2008 Bills

3,557 bills found.

# Title Status
HB1 Disabled veteran; definition thereof. dead
HB2 License plates, special; eliminates fee to family of persons who have died in military service. signed by governor
HB3 Screened Family Day Home Provider List; created. signed by governor
HB4 Credit reports; authorizes consumer to freeze access thereto. in subcommittee
HB5 Gas chambers; prohibits use thereof for euthanizing companion animals. signed by governor
HB6 Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (submitting to qualified voters). in subcommittee
HB7 Charter; Town of Brodnax. signed by governor
HB8 Water and sewer charges; adds Town of Kenbridge to localities that may attach lien on real estate. signed by governor
HB9 Health insurance credits; increased for certain retired employees of local social services boards. dead
HB10 Line of Duty Act; coverage for fire company personnel of National Guard and Air National Guard. dead
HB11 Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (voter referendum). dead
HB12 Payday Loan Act; requires SCC to contract with one or more parties to develop, etc. database. passed house
HB13 Stalking; enhanced penalty if victim is a minor. dead
HB14 Higher educational institutions; aliens unlawfully present not eligible for admission thereto. in subcommittee
HB15 Vehicle warning lights; allows forensic crash reconstructionists to equip their vehicles therewith. dead
HB16 Credit reports; authorizes an individual to freeze access thereto. in subcommittee
HB17 Disabled veteran; definition thereof. in subcommittee
HB18 Environmental Quality, Department of; consolidation of various boards, increase of authority. dead
HB19 Environmental Quality, Department of;consolidation of various boards, increase of authority. dead
HB20 Primary elections; voter registration by political party. dead
HB21 Schedule I hallucinogenic drugs; includes salvia divinorum and salvinorin A thereas. signed by governor
HB22 Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus; required to be reported to Department of Health. dead
HB23 License plates, special; eliminates fee to family of persons who have died in military service. in subcommittee
HB24 Employment Commission; required to close Commonwealth-operated employment offices. dead
HB25 Safe driving points; allows drivers to accumulate up to 10 in one year and 5 for safe driving class. dead
HB26 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers. dead
HB27 Possession of open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle; penalty. dead
HB28 Titling vehicles; gives applicants the option of providing license number in lieu of Soc. Sec. no. dead
HB29 Budget Bill. signed by governor
HB30 Budget Bill. passed house
HB31 Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2008; created. signed by governor
HB32 Fighting of cocks and other animals; increases penalty. dead
HB33 Sheriffs' office vehicles; allowed to be painted solid colors other than brown or white. signed by governor
HB34 Sexual offenses against children; person over 18 guilty of Class 1 misdemeanor with child under 13. signed by governor
HB35 Credit reports; authorizes consumer to freeze access thereto. in subcommittee
HB36 Fair housing law; unlawful discriminatory housing practice. dead
HB37 Higher educational institutions; selective service registration required. dead
HB38 Incarcerated persons; court orders credit for time served in jail pending trial. dead
HB39 Wireless telecommunications device; prohibits use of text messaging while driving certain vehicles. dead
HB40 Gas chambers; prohibits use thereof for animal euthanasia. in committee
HB41 Motor fuels tax; modifies rates of taxation thereof. dead
HB42 Electoral College; votes therein shall be allocated by popular vote for President & Vice President. dead
HB43 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act of 2006; review of reports for candidates. dead
HB44 Manufactured Housing Board; grounds for denial, suspension, or revocation of a license. signed by governor
HB45 Illegal aliens; fraudulently assisting thereof, penalty. dead
HB46 Campaign finance disclosure reports; identification of all contributors. dead
HB47 Illegal aliens; adds presumption, subject to rebuttal, against admitting to bail any alien charged. in committee
HB48 Motorcycles; driving two abreast in a single lane. dead
HB49 Utility easements; conveyance thereof subject to condition is void if not used within 20 years. dead
HB50 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers. dead
HB51 Immigration laws; immunity to State agencies and employees, etc. for authorized enforcement. dead
HB52 Antique motor vehicles; eliminates notarization requirements of certain information thereof. signed by governor
HB53 Campaign contributions; requires PACs to report contributions for election of particular candidate. in subcommittee
HB54 Campaign contributions; requires PACs to report contributions for election of particular candidate. in subcommittee
HB55 English; designating as official language of State. dead
HB56 Retail Sales and Use Tax exemption; certain energy-efficient products. dead
HB57 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include computers and computer-related peripheral equipment. dead
HB58 Keep Our Promise Act of 2008; reinstates Personal Property Tax Relief Act of 1998, report. dead
HB59 Income tax, state; tax credit for health insurance premiums paid by small business employers. dead
HB60 School divisions, local; requires 65% of each education dollar to be spent in classroom, report. dead
HB61 Special license plates for immediate family members of persons who have died in military service to in subcommittee
HB62 State Corporation Commission; introduction of evidence from certain experts. dead
HB63 Motor vehicle; forfeiture thereof for two or more offenses of driving without valid license. in subcommittee
HB64 Polling places; governing body to post notice of voting qualifications. dead
HB65 Voters and voting; photo identification required to vote. dead
HB66 Cord Blood Bank Initiative; removes certain language. signed by governor
HB67 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers. dead
HB68 Voter registration applications; proof of citizenship. dead
HB69 Print media advertisements; requirement for those sponsored by political party committee. dead
HB70 Elections; nominations, and form of ballots. dead
HB71 Building permit; localities may adopt provisions for assessment of impact fees prior to issuance. dead
HB72 Building permit; localities may use impact fees for capital improvements. dead
HB73 Tranpsortation Board; naming of highways, etc., and cost of construction. in committee
HB74 Real estate tax; limitation on rates by localities. dead
HB75 Attorney General; general registrar added to list of individuals that may request official opinions. dead
HB76 Recordation tax; changes basis on which are calculated. dead
HB77 Recordation tax; expands exemption for certain nonprofit providers of affordable housing. dead
HB78 Health insurance; credits for certain retired public officers and employees. dead
HB79 License plates, special; issuance to members and supporters of Citizens Defense League. dead
HB80 Zoning ordinance violation; action on which lis pendens is based. signed by governor
HB81 Abortion; illegal upon overturning of Roe v. Wade. dead
HB82 Single-family dwellings; fines for zoning violations related to overcrowding. dead
HB83 Children; insurance companies to provide coverage for habilitative services. dead
HB84 Virginia-North Carolina Interstate Toll Road Compact; repealing Compact. enacted
HB85 Prescription Medication Donation Program; established. signed by governor
HB86 Unused Pharmaceuticals Disposal Program; created. dead
HB87 License plates, special; repeals authorizations for issuance of certain license plates. signed by governor
HB88 Voter registration; adds party affiliation to information applicant to provide. dead
HB89 Human papillomavirus vaccine; removes requirement for girls to receive immunization. dead
HB90 Public Procurement Act; verification of legal presence of contractors for employment. dead
HB91 Driver's license; penalty for driving without. dead
HB92 Standards of Quality; requires that average teacher salary not be less than annual national salary. dead
HB93 Public defenders; permits county or city offices to supplement compensation thereof. signed by governor
HB94 Secondary highway system; allocates construction funds among counties based on population. dead
HB95 Traffic infractions; deferral of proceedings. dead
HB96 Unemployment compensation; provides benefits based on service in employ of an Indian tribe. signed by governor
HB97 Diploma, advanced technical; Board of Education to establish requirements therefor. signed by governor
HB98 Medicaid; eligibility for young adults transitioning from foster care. dead
HB99 Ballots; identification of political party of candidate on form. dead
HB100 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; includes deputy sheriffs under coverage. dead
HB101 Telephone solicitations; charitable organizations for law-enforcement officers. dead
HB102 Real estate tax; limitation on tax rate in localities. dead
HB103 Correctional facility; verification of citizenship and alien status of person committed. dead
HB104 Driver's license; penalty for driving without. in subcommittee
HB105 Courts of Justice Committees; appointment of designees by chairmen. signed by governor
HB106 Utility Transfers Act; acquisition or disposal of assets or of control of telephone companies. dead
HB107 Public schools; grade placement test. dead
HB108 Reckless driving; drivers of certain heavy trucks exceeding posted speed limit guilty thereof. dead
HB109 Firearms; regulation thereof by state entities. dead
HB110 Trucks; maximum allowable weights of vehicle combinations. dead
HB111 Highway systems; revenue-sharing funds therefor in certain counties, cities, and towns. dead
HB112 Retirement System; early retirement provisions for certain local government officials. signed by governor
HB113 Disregarding signal to stop; endangerment of operation of law-enforcement officer, penalty. signed by governor
HB114 Trap identification; permits hunters to attach an identification number to traps. signed by governor
HB115 Submerged traps; Board may adopt regulations for trappers to visit less under specified conditions. signed by governor
HB116 Foreign title insurance companies; unearned premium reserves. signed by governor
HB117 Community College Scholarship Match Program; created. dead
HB118 Higher education; required to report to SCHEV on steps taken to ensure academic freedom, etc. in subcommittee
HB119 Soil and water conservation districts; Attorney General to represent in any suits or actions. signed by governor
HB120 Educational programs; computation of composite index. dead
HB121 Mental health treatment for minors; parental notification required. in subcommittee
HB122 Campaign fundraising; broadens prohibition during legislative sessions. in subcommittee
HB123 Higher educational institutions; enrollment of aliens. in committee
HB124 Machinery and tools taxation; exempts certified pollution control equipment and facilities. dead
HB125 Nanotechnology businesses; tax credit provided in form of equity or subordinated debt. dead
HB126 House Appropriations Committee; staff to report on total new state government positions created. dead
HB127 Alcoholic beverages; penalty for providing to an underaged person. dead
HB128 Retirement System; creating new defined contribution retirement plan. dead
HB129 Physicians; what constitutes medical practice. dead
HB130 Death certificates; local health departments to have available upon request. dead
HB131 Child-restraint devices in motor vehicles; penalties if convicted two or more times. signed by governor
HB132 Handicap placards; fine for inappropriately displaying when parking in space for handicapped. signed by governor
HB133 Vehicle registration; refusal to issue or renew because of fees or taxes owed to counties, etc. dead
HB134 Bingo; prohibited practices for jackpot games. signed by governor
HB135 High-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes; prohibits designation thereof on certain portions of I-95. dead
HB136 School; definition thereof for purposes of prohibiting weapons on school grounds. dead
HB137 Textbook purchases; permits local school boards to enter into contracts with publishers. signed by governor
HB138 Adoption; filing of petition. signed by governor
HB139 Income tax, state; tax credit for certain biodiesel fuels producers. enacted
HB140 Governing bodies & school boards, local; required to annually publish their approved budgets online. signed by governor
HB141 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of the Road to Revolution state heritage trail. dead
HB142 Successor Asbestos-Related Liability Fairness Act; created. dead
HB143 Medical bills and charges; patient, patient's attorney, etc. may obtain list at no cost. dead
HB144 Coal trucks, overweight; permit not valid for distance more than 85 miles from railroad, etc. signed by governor
HB145 Medical records; fees for copying. dead
HB146 Disabled veteran; redefines term to govern eligibility to obtain special license plates. in subcommittee
HB147 Transportation Plan; to include regional goals and performance measures for highway districts. passed senate
HB148 Vehicle weight law enforcement; authorizes enforcement by full-time sworn members of DMV. dead
HB149 Independent living services & arrangements; requires inclusion of plan for children 14 yrs. & older. enacted
HB150 School boards, local; safety hotline established. dead
HB151 Name change; proof that applicant is citizen of United States. passed senate
HB152 Governmental employees; permission to form associations. dead
HB153 Solar water heating system pay-as-you-save pilot program; SCC to analyze and establish, report. dead
HB154 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those paid, imposed on certain drivers, refund fees. dead
HB155 Illegal aliens; presumption against admission to bail for those charged with criminal offense. dead
HB156 Mortgage loans; evidence of legal presence required. dead
HB157 Immigration laws; immunity to State agencies and employees, etc. for authorized enforcement. dead
HB158 Littering; illegal dumping or disposal of unsightly matter from motor vehicle. dead
HB159 Stolen goods; person guilty of larceny if knowledge of property buying or receiving is stolen. signed by governor
HB160 Larceny; punishment for using emergency exit to exit premises. dead
HB161 Traffic crimes; mandatory minimum fines. in committee
HB162 Income tax, state; certified EarthCraft House tax credit. dead
HB163 Real estate tax; exemption or deferral for certain elderly and handicapped persons. signed by governor
HB164 Buildings, state-owned and occupied; use of compact fluorescent light bulbs, report. dead
HB165 Higher educational institutions; automatic admission to certain students. dead
HB166 Venture capital investments; creates program which makes investment return guarantees for certain. dead
HB167 Tuition, in-state; reclassification of student. dead
HB168 Motor vehicle liability insurance; increases coverage limits. dead
HB169 Concealed weapons; adds box cutters to list. dead
HB170 Income tax, corporate; sales tax exemption for space flight entities. in subcommittee
HB171 Resources Authority; authorized to finance energy conservation and energy efficiency projects. signed by governor
HB172 Insurance liability; disclosure of limits prior to filing a lawsuit. signed by governor
HB173 Emergency custody orders; magistrate may designate police department or sheriff to execute. dead
HB174 Uniform Statewide Building Code; rental inspections. dead
HB175 Credit reports; authorizes military personnel and their spouses to freeze access thereto. in subcommittee
HB176 Payday Loan Act; requires SCC to contract with one or more parties to develop, etc. database. in committee
HB177 Charter; Town of Appomattox. signed by governor
HB178 Motor vehicle; forfeiture thereof for two or more offenses of driving without insurance. dead
HB179 Civil remedial fees; alternatives to fee for certain offenses. dead
HB180 Motor vehicle; forfeiture thereof for two or more offenses of driving without valid license. dead
HB181 Juror information; court may in criminal trial issue an order regulating disclosure thereof. signed by governor
HB182 Virginia Museum of Natural History and Science Museum of Virginia; consolidation thereof. dead
HB183 Real estate tax; exemption for elderly and handicapped persons legally present in United States. dead
HB184 Real estate tax; relief for certain rehabilitated, renovated, or replacement real property. dead
HB185 Trucks and combination vehicles; Transportation Board to impose fee for use in maintaining highways. dead
HB186 Driver's license, etc.; DMV to require proof of U.S. citizenship prior to issuance and renewal. dead
HB187 Public Procurement Act; expands forms of bid, payment, and performance security. dead
HB188 Human papillomavirus vaccine; extends sunset provision requirement for 6th grade girls to receive. in committee
HB189 Payday lending charges; power of localities to regulate. dead
HB190 Subdivision of lot; stepchildren included as immediate family for conveyance thereof. signed by governor
HB191 Emergency medical services; temporary suspension of permits and certificates pending hearing. signed by governor
HB192 Volunteer rescue squads; replaces term with agency, etc. licensed or certified by Office of EMS. signed by governor
HB193 Wells, private; prohibition on construction of certain. signed by governor
HB194 Retail Sales and Use Tax; absorption and payment by seller. dead
HB195 Subdivision plats; clarifies definitions related thereto. signed by governor
HB196 Accident and sickness insurance, group; coverage for full-time students. signed by governor
HB197 Recordation tax; refinancing or modification of terms of debt. dead
HB198 Human Rights, Division of; establishment within Department of Law. dead
HB199 Registered voters; Board of Elections to furnish lists to school superintendents to conduct census. dead
HB200 Single-family dwellings; fines for zoning violations related to overcrowding. dead
HB201 Appropriation act and budget bills; searchable electronic copies. in subcommittee
HB202 Ordinances; adoption of certain after general elections. dead
HB203 Planning and Budget, Director of Department; required to have searchable budget database website. in subcommittee
HB204 Richard Bland College; integrates into Virginia Community College System. dead
HB205 Zoning ordinance; provisions for issuance of inspection warrants by magistrate. dead
HB206 Consumer Affairs, Office of; removed from Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. dead
HB207 Animal pounds, local; clarifies definition. signed by governor
HB208 Public facilities; deferral of subdivision plats or site plans when inadequate. dead
HB209 Standards of Quality; school board to employ school resource officer. dead
HB210 Private schools and child day centers; armed security officers may carry firearms onto property. dead
HB211 Water Protection Permit; exempts landowners whose construction or maintenance may impact wetlands. enacted
HB212 Firearms taxes, certain; destruction of records. dead
HB213 Income tax, state; TRICARE physicians tax credit. dead
HB214 Public entities; rights of persons with disabilities. signed by governor
HB215 Real estate tax; classification of residential property. dead
HB216 Organs and tissue, transplantable; consent to remove. signed by governor
HB217 Tethering of animals; makes certain acts associated therewith Class 3 misdemeanor. dead
HB218 Notaries public; clarifies provisions relating to adoption of electronic notarization, etc. signed by governor
HB219 Retail Sales and Use Tax; Energy Star products tax holiday. dead
HB220 Admissions tax; authorizes Scott County to impose. signed by governor
HB221 Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; duty of landlord and managing agent for visible mold. signed by governor
HB222 Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Act; right to confront and cross-examine witnesses. dead
HB223 Sex offenders; prohibiting proximity to children. signed by governor
HB224 Driving while intoxicated; elimination of requirement that intoxicant be self-administered. dead
HB225 Child restraint devices; exempts children being transported in minibuses and certain vans. dead
HB226 Charitable gaming; use of proceeds. dead
HB227 Contractors, Board for; applications for licensure. in committee
HB228 Reduced cigarette ignition propensity; prohibits manufacture, etc. thereof unless meets standards. signed by governor
HB229 Veterans services; Dept. to establish guidelines for eligibility for domiciled veterans, etc. signed by governor
HB230 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts contractor when property used to construct, etc. public schools. dead
HB231 Law-enforcement officer; uniform requirement for arrests for speeding. dead
HB232 Magistrates; power to issue felony arrest warrants. dead
HB233 Dishwashing detergents; bans use of phosphorus therein for household dishwashing machines. signed by governor
HB234 Technology Research Fund; adds sensor sciences to eligible research programs. signed by governor
HB235 License plates; replacement of certain. dead
HB236 Identification cards, licenses, etc.; documents to be made of material to prevent duplication, etc. dead
HB237 Health insurance; mandated coverage for hearing aids for minors. dead
HB238 Income tax, state; exemption for launch services and payload to space flight participants. signed by governor
HB239 Real estate tax; classification of certain energy-efficient buildings. signed by governor
HB240 Charter; Town of Troutville. signed by governor
HB241 Children's teaching hospital; Board of Education to supervise programs for school-age children. signed by governor
HB242 Standards of Learning; physical education requirements. signed by governor
HB243 Human immunodeficiency virus; informed consent for testing. in committee
HB244 Campaign finance reports; custody and retention requirements. dead
HB245 Virginia Retirement System group insurance program; exemption from process. signed by governor
HB246 Nutrition and physical activity best practices database; Department of Education to develop. signed by governor
HB247 Hospital emergency departments; ability to access electronic health records. dead
HB248 Emergency medical services personnel; clarifies definitions. signed by governor
HB249 Payday lending charges; establishes maximum annual interest rate. in committee
HB250 Health maintenance organization; obtaining HMO license without certificate of quality assurance. dead
HB251 Adult Fatality Review Team; created, report. signed by governor
HB252 Health insurance; mandated coverage for evaluations of brain tumors. dead
HB253 Health Insurance, Bureau of; establishes division within State Corporation Commission. dead
HB254 Licenses, local; issued free of charge to certain vehicles owned by museums. signed by governor
HB255 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting. dead
HB256 Involuntary outpatient commitment; five day review of compliance. dead
HB257 Sexual predator determination proceedings, violent; court may require empanelment of jury. dead
HB258 Voluntary commitment; acknowledgement as sexually violent predator. dead
HB259 Students; transferring out of a public school. signed by governor
HB260 Abandoned railroad corridors; allows Department of Conservation and Recreation to acquire. dead
HB261 Law-enforcement and rescue vehicles; use of flashing lights. dead
HB262 Housing loans and grants; localities to authorize in conservation or rehabilitation districts. signed by governor
HB263 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include computers and computer-related equipment thereto. in subcommittee
HB264 Service of process; mail to address as shown on official tax records. signed by governor
HB265 Wood burning fireplaces; regulation by locality. dead
HB266 Mixed beverage restaurant licensees; liquor sale calculations. dead
HB267 Involuntary admission; court determines petitioner is indigent, court shall appoint counsel. dead
HB268 High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; violations in Hampton Roads Planning District. passed committee
HB269 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital Foundatn. signed by governor
HB270 Real estate tax; exemptions for elderly and handicapped persons in certain cities and counties. in subcommittee
HB271 Line of Duty Act; amends definition of deceased person. dead
HB272 Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (submitting to qualified voters). in subcommittee
HB273 Interscholastic activities; exclusive use of wood baseball bats. dead
HB274 Parental rights; appeal when terminated. dead
HB275 Motor fuels tax; rate increase. dead
HB276 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); noncash benefits. dead
HB277 Traffic control measures; allows installation and application on secondary system components. signed by governor
HB278 Decedent; identification of body by next of kin. signed by governor
HB279 Small Estate Act; updates certain banking and fiduciary statutes to make them consistent with Act. dead
HB280 Decedent's will; unsupervised probate. dead
HB281 Protective orders; possession of firearms. dead
HB282 Parentage proceedings; circuit courts, etc. have concurrent jurisdiction. signed by governor
HB283 Family life education; parental notification. dead
HB284 Income tax credit, earned; employers to provide notice to employees. dead
HB285 Adoptions; consent revocation period for parental placement. signed by governor
HB286 Income tax credit, earned; Department of Social Services to provide notice to all applicants. dead
HB287 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers. dead
HB288 Indoor Clean Air Act; smoking in restaurants. dead
HB289 Rental assistance pilot project; Department of Housing and Community Development to establish. dead
HB290 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers. dead
HB291 School bus stop locations; school boards to develop written plans prescribing procedure therefor. dead
HB292 State Lottery; privatization of administration of the lottery, report. dead
HB293 Vehicle weight limit enforcement; county enforcement on highways within its boundaries. dead
HB294 Water and sewage connections; New Kent County to require connection by certain property owners. dead
HB295 Claims; Sumpter and Robin Priddy. dead
HB296 Death penalty; moratorium on executions. dead
HB297 Governmental employees; use of association membership fees. dead
HB298 Surplus lines insurance; diligent effort requirement. signed by governor
HB299 Death penalty; abolishes for all Class 1 felonies committed on or after July 1, 2007. dead
HB300 Higher educational institutions; sexual violence prevention. dead
HB301 Federal immigration functions; performance of certain. dead
HB302 Uniform Statewide Building Code; use of diesel fuel or motor oil as release agent prohibited. dead
HB303 Menhaden fishery; moratorium on harvesting for commercial purposes. dead
HB304 Single-family dwellings; localities to limit occupancy. dead
HB305 State Police, Department of; creates division of legal presence investigation & enforcement within. dead
HB306 Animal control officers; training. dead
HB307 Crime victims and witnesses; immigration status. dead
HB308 License plates, special; eliminates fee to family of persons who have died in military service. in subcommittee
HB309 Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee without providing a reason. dead
HB310 Absentee voting; persons with a disability or illness may vote absentee. dead
HB311 Mopeds; driving on suspended license. dead
HB312 Miscarriage or stillbirth; unintentional cause thereof. dead
HB313 Freedom of Information Act; working papers and correspondence. dead
HB314 Assessors and appraisers; Department of Taxation to establish certification program. signed by governor
HB315 Marijuana; expungement of charges. dead
HB316 Neighborhood Assistance Act; organization to make available to donors balance of tax credit. dead
HB317 State employees; increases health insurance credits for those retired. dead
HB318 Hospitalization insurance; balance billing by nonparticipating physicians. dead
HB319 Fishing permit, special; issued to patients from veterans or military hospitals. signed by governor
HB320 Fire Prevention Code; fees for inspection, exceptions. signed by governor
HB321 Juvenile correctional officer; assault or an assault and battery upon is Class 6 felony. dead
HB322 Campaign fundraising; broadens prohibition during legislative sessions. in committee
HB323 Traffic infractions, prepayable; payment of costs. dead
HB324 Accounts, Department of; oversee prompt collection of delinquent accounts receivable. signed by governor
HB325 Guardians ad litem; dissemination of criminal records. dead
HB326 Speed limits; maximum on rural, rustic roads. signed by governor
HB327 Early Graduation Incentive Grant Program; established for purpose of providing grants to students. dead
HB328 November elections; filing deadlines, and requirements for certain city and town officials. dead
HB329 Gift certificates; certain information required for those charged a fee. dead
HB330 Affordable housing; price controls. in subcommittee
HB331 Real estate; assessments on damaged or destroyed buildings. dead
HB332 Spot blight abatement; alternative procedure when owner of record fails to respond. dead
HB333 Automatic sprinkler systems; tax credit for initial installation. dead
HB334 Cats; Class 5 felony to steal. dead
HB335 Stalking; enhanced penalties. in subcommittee
HB336 Insurance market analyses; confidentiality. signed by governor
HB337 Handbills, etc.; distribution in highway rights-of-way in certain localities. signed by governor
HB338 Emergency plans; fee for review. dead
HB339 Advisory Redistricting Commission; created, report. dead
HB340 Disabled veteran; definition thereof. in subcommittee
HB341 Dishwashing detergents; bans use of phosphorus therein for household dishwashing machines. in committee
HB342 High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; use by vehicles bearing special fuel vehicle license plates. in subcommittee
HB343 Cathode ray tubes; disposal bans. signed by governor
HB344 Computer Recovery and Recycling Act; adoption and implementation of recovery plan. signed by governor
HB345 Credit reports; authorizes an individual to freeze access thereto. in subcommittee
HB346 Property owners' associations; Real Estate Board to develop classification. dead
HB347 Transportation Commissioner; contracts for grounds keeping, mowing, etc. on highways in Reston. dead
HB348 VDOT; supplying information to and soliciting comments from Reston. dead
HB349 Insurance licensing; certificates of authority. signed by governor
HB350 Zoning ordinance; powers of zoning administrators. signed by governor
HB351 Income tax, state; exemption for launch services and payload to space flight participants. in subcommittee
HB352 Motor carriers; liability insurance for buses with capacity of no more than 40 passengers. dead
HB353 Campaign finance; reporting certain designated contributions. in subcommittee
HB354 Textbook purchases; Board of Education shall publish list of approved textbooks, publisher, etc. signed by governor
HB355 General Education Development testing program; lowers age requirement. dead
HB356 Impact fees; assessment, collection, and imposition of certain. dead
HB357 Electric utility special rate districts; adds Fauquier County to those localities that may request. signed by governor
HB358 Water hook-up permits; suspending during certain emergencies. dead
HB359 Campaign contributions; requires PACs to report contributions for election of particular candidate. signed by governor
HB360 Nonpoint source pollution reduction; Governor & General Assembly to provide funding therefor. signed by governor
HB361 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include towing & emergency road services in certain localities. enacted
HB362 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; materials provided by Board of Elections and Attorney General. dead
HB363 Escheat funds; requirement to report and remit to State Treasurer dead
HB364 Hospital-Emergency Treatment Reimbursement Fund; established. dead
HB365 Substance abuse screening; person become ineligible for public assistance if using illegal drugs. dead
HB366 Unemployment compensation; testing for controlled substances. signed by governor
HB367 Sanctuary cities; prohibits localities from adopting policy that protects undocumented immigrants. dead
HB368 Inmates; officer of correctional facility to inquire of alien status. in committee
HB369 Retirement System; state & local law-enforcement officers may take full retirement if have 25 yrs. dead
HB370 Concealed handgun permit applications; access to personal information. dead
HB371 Firearm control; locality to pay attorney fees resulting from taking actions prohibited. dead
HB372 Motor vehicle dealer; advertising. signed by governor
HB373 Highway welcome and exit signs; localities may put up within highway rights-of-way. dead
HB374 CHILD WITH AUTISM signs; VDOT to post within an area in which child resides. dead
HB375 School students, nonpublic; participation in interscholastic sports. dead
HB376 Driver's license; examinations of applicants to be conducted exclusively in English language. dead
HB377 Civil remedial fees; court to order community service in lieu of imposition of fees. dead
HB378 Golden Age Card Program; Department of Conservation and Recreation to establish. dead
HB379 Public schools; permitted fees and charges. dead
HB380 Motor vehicle; impoundment thereof after issuance of ticket for driving without license. in subcommittee
HB381 Certificate of public need; exempting certain facilities from the requirement of obtaining. dead
HB382 Medical advisory committees and consultants; privileged communications. dead
HB383 Occupational therapy assistants; licensing and regulation. signed by governor
HB384 Computer trespass; alters elements of crime. dead
HB385 Computer invasion of privacy; personal information. dead
HB386 Computer crimes; exclusion of evidence. dead
HB387 Public use; determining whether locality is authorized to acquire property. dead
HB388 State agencies; conveyance of easements. signed by governor
HB389 Highway systems; allocation of maintenance funds. dead
HB390 Compromised Data Notification Act; created. in subcommittee
HB391 Uniform Statewide Building Code; rental inspection districts. dead
HB392 Stormwater ordinances; authorizes localities classified as MS4 to enact. signed by governor
HB393 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; changes applicability of certain fund distribution. dead
HB394 Water and waste authorities; powers. signed by governor
HB395 Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children; established, report. dead
HB396 Medical Facilities Plan; Board of Health to appoint and convene task force. signed by governor
HB397 Health maintenance organizations; removes certain limitations on deductibles. signed by governor
HB398 Certificate of public need; relocation of nursing home beds. signed by governor
HB399 Dialysis patient care technician; adds administration of erythropoeitic agents to list. passed committee
HB400 Inpatient treatment; parental admission of minors incapable of giving consent. signed by governor
HB401 Emergency custody; who may accept custody. signed by governor
HB402 Involuntary commitment petition; dismissal or withdrawal. signed by governor
HB403 Health care providers; those responding to disaster immune from liability. signed by governor
HB404 Wells, private; prohibition on construction of certain. dead
HB405 Interstate Routes 64 & 664; prohibits imposition & collection of tolls for use of certain portions. dead
HB406 BPOL tax; proof of state licensure for contractors. dead
HB407 Freedom of Information Act; exemptions for certain records of public institutions of higher ed. signed by governor
HB408 Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices involving residential real property. enacted
HB409 Website address; unauthorized use of person's name. dead
HB410 Appointment of counsel; indigent defendants. signed by governor
HB411 Judges; member who is at least 50 yrs. of age, etc. to retire with full benefits. dead
HB412 Decedents' estates; priority of debts. signed by governor
HB413 Medical assistance services; increases amount disregarded from countable resources. dead
HB414 Income tax, state; deduction for naturalization fees. dead
HB415 Competition Council; repeals Council. dead
HB416 Innovative Technology Authority and Center; repealed, adding certain Funds, report. dead
HB417 Public schools; certain information required on birth certificates for entrance. dead
HB418 Uniform Statewide Building Code; energy efficiency rating to be included in final inspection. dead
HB419 Educational programs; computation of composite index. dead
HB420 Income tax, state; qualifying educational expenses tax credit. dead
HB421 Alcoholic beverage control; privatization of ABC stores, report. dead
HB422 Abortion; post-viability. dead
HB423 Planning and Budget, Director of Department of; required to have searchable budget database website. in subcommittee
HB424 Higher educational institutions; possession of concealed handguns by faculty members. dead
HB425 Higher educational institutions; birth certificate required for admission, report. in committee
HB426 Public Procurement Act; expands forms of bid, payment, and performance security. dead
HB427 William and Mary Board of Visitors; election by alumni. dead
HB428 Supreme Court of Virginia; adoption of certain rules. dead
HB429 Abortion; forced or coerced prohibited, penalty. in committee
HB430 Zoning ordinance; provisions for issuance of inspection warrants by magistrate. signed by governor
HB431 Title insurance agents; pre-licensing education course. signed by governor
HB432 Arts and cultural districts; adds City of Manassas to those localities authorized to create. signed by governor
HB433 Motor vehicle; forfeiture thereof for three or more offenses of driving without valid license. in subcommittee
HB434 Defacement of buildings; immunity. signed by governor
HB435 Law-enforcement officer; penalty for failure to identify oneself when requested. dead
HB436 Arrest or summons; charge for misdemeanor at discretion of law-enforcement officer. dead
HB437 Public schools; composite index formula for basic state aid. dead
HB438 Learner's permits; issuance to minors when school records show they have unexcused absences. dead
HB439 Aliens, certain; eligibility for state and local public benefits. dead
HB440 Illegal aliens; presumption of no bail for those charged with certain crimes. signed by governor
HB441 Correctional facilities; enforcement of federal civil immigration laws. in committee
HB442 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include computers and computer-related peripheral equipment. in subcommittee
HB443 Loudoun County; rights and duties of county chairman. signed by governor
HB444 Inmates; officer of correctional facility to inquire of alien status. in committee
HB445 Single-family dwellings; fines for zoning violations related to overcrowding. signed by governor
HB446 Motor vehicle; forfeiture thereof for two offenses of driving without operator's license. in subcommittee
HB447 Driver's license; punishment for third or subsequent violation. dead
HB448 Civil remedial fees; fees shall be assessed on person who operates motor vehicle on highways. dead
HB449 School boards, local; unexpended funds. dead
HB450 Motor vehicle repair services; those embraced by Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads Authorities. dead
HB451 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; increases membership. signed by governor
HB452 Residential dwellings; penalties related to overcrowding. dead
HB453 School bus stops; local school boards may install signs or other devices to indicate. signed by governor
HB454 High-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes; revises procedures for enforcing violations. signed by governor
HB455 North and South Mayo Rivers; designating portions thereof in Henry County as State scenic rivers. signed by governor
HB456 Charter; City of Martinsville. signed by governor
HB457 Veterinarian & animal licensure; repeals requirement to provide treasurer with rabies information. in subcommittee
HB458 Correctional facilities, local; City of Danville & Pittsylvania County to enter into jail project. dead
HB459 Correctional facility; verification of citizenship and alien status of person committed. dead
HB460 Off-road motorcycles; limitations on operation. dead
HB461 Bond; conditions of release without. dead
HB462 Locksmiths; regulatory scheme for licensing by Criminal Justice Services Board. signed by governor
HB463 Farm wineries; list of usual and customary activities that will be permitted. dead
HB464 Humane investigators; appointment by circuit court. dead
HB465 Real estate tax; exemptions for certain elderly and disabled persons with income limits. dead
HB466 Zoning ordinance; administrator or locality may record a memorandum of lis pendens to enforce. signed by governor
HB467 Voting equipment; authorizes wireless communications after polls are closed to transmit results. in subcommittee
HB468 Special license plates for immediate family members of persons who have died in military service. in subcommittee
HB469 Motor vehicle license fees; prohibits dealers from collecting in certain localities. signed by governor
HB470 Loitering; prohibited in right-of-way of certain highways with posted signs. signed by governor
HB471 Highway construction, primary system; funds allocation. in subcommittee
HB472 Income tax, state, and personal property tax; local piggyback imposition. dead
HB473 Income tax, state; subtraction for National Guard or Reserve personnel pay. dead
HB474 Virginia War Memorial; State Treasurer to advance loan for construction of an educational wing. signed by governor
HB475 Veterans; Commissioner et al., to establish comprehensive program to address mental health needs. signed by governor
HB476 Doctrine of necessaries; repealed. dead
HB477 Veterans Services Foundation; established as body politic and to fund veteran services and programs. enacted
HB478 Child Day-Care Council; appoints one representative of YMCA to Council. signed by governor
HB479 Stroke Triage Plan; Board of Health to develop and maintain as component of EMS Plan. signed by governor
HB480 Conditional release; voluntary admission to state hospital. dead
HB481 Driver's license, provisional; primary offense. in subcommittee
HB482 Higher educational institutions; optional retirement plan for certain employees. dead
HB483 Higher educational institutions; retirement plan for teachers and administrative faculty. dead
HB484 Retirement System; average final compensation retirement multiplier for teachers. dead
HB485 Carbon monoxide detectors; locality to require installation in certain buildings. dead
HB486 Blacksburg, Town of; authority to bring civil action for failure to provide adequate crowd control. in committee
HB487 Communications sales and use tax; allows Bath County to receive percentage of revenues apportioned. signed by governor
HB488 Escheat land; notice of sale. dead
HB489 Higher educational institutions; crisis and emergency management plans. in committee
HB490 Transportation funding; increases motor fuels tax and repeals certain abusive driver fees. dead
HB491 Indecent exposure; penalty. dead
HB492 Motor vehicles, used; prohibits displaying, parking, etc. for sale, penalty. signed by governor
HB493 Virginia Criminal Information Network (VCIN); protective order information sent thereto. dead
HB494 Project Lead the Way Launch Program; created. dead
HB495 Police officer, impersonating; punishment of offense. dead
HB496 Crimes by Gangs Act; definition of predicate criminal act . dead
HB497 Center for Innovative Technology; duties, report. dead
HB498 Uniform Statewide Building Code; standards for installation of in-building antenna systems. dead
HB499 Involuntary commitment; establishes new standard for outpatient commitment. passed house
HB500 Smoke Free Air Act; smoking in public places. dead
HB501 Medical malpractice; definition of professional services. signed by governor
HB502 Certificate of public need; introduce institutional competition into a health planning region. signed by governor
HB503 Comprehensive Services Act; Executive Council oversee development of services for at-risk children. signed by governor
HB504 Health insurance; insurers to offer individual or group exclusive policies or contracts. signed by governor
HB505 Interagency Civil Admissions Advisory Council; removes sunset provision. signed by governor
HB506 Teaching Scholarship Loan Program; program to award scholarships to certain students. signed by governor
HB507 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; revises number of members needed for quorum at meetings. dead
HB508 Annexation; approval by referendum. dead
HB509 Annexation, granting of city charters, etc.; repealing temporary restrictions. dead
HB510 Medical assistance plan; DMAS to contract with DMHMRSAS for mental health services. dead
HB511 Vacant building registration; increases annual fee. dead
HB512 Community College Scholarship Match Program; created. dead
HB513 Virginia State University; increases number of members of Board of Visitors enacted
HB514 Fossil fuel combustion products permit; requirements for applicant. in committee
HB515 Incarceration; waiving interest during period thereof. dead
HB516 Common Interest Communities passed house
HB517 Onsite soil evaluators; classes. signed by governor
HB518 Onsite soil evaluators; exemptions from license requirements. signed by governor
HB519 Eminent domain; offer of repurchase to former owner. dead
HB520 Freedom of Information Act; exemptions for local or regional military organizations. signed by governor
HB521 Mechanics' lien; those against vehicles owned by active duty members of military. signed by governor
HB522 Jet bases; land use adjacent to certain. signed by governor
HB523 Vehicle safety inspection; extends time for members of armed services. signed by governor
HB524 Tuition, in-state; eligibility for certain military personnel. signed by governor
HB525 Vehicle registration fees; exempts member and dependent of armed forces of United States. signed by governor
HB526 Peninsula Ports Authority; creates procedure for dissolution thereof. signed by governor
HB527 Juveniles; retention of fingerprints for those given deferred disposition in criminal case. signed by governor
HB528 Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act; ordinance appeals. signed by governor
HB529 Concealed handgun permits; renewal and replacement thereof. signed by governor
HB530 Freestanding birth centers; licensing. dead
HB531 Gang-related criminal information;law-enforcement agencies to forward to Department of State Police. in committee
HB532 Infectious disease presumption; emergency declaration by Governor. dead
HB533 Traffic infraction; driving with an animal impeding control prohibited. dead
HB534 Driver's license; State Police shall electronically transmit registry data of sex offenders to DMV. enacted
HB535 Involuntary mental health treatment; prohibition from purchasing, etc. firearms. in committee
HB536 Court-appointed counsel; compensation in district court for those defending juvenile offenders. dead
HB537 Rabies vaccination certificates; exempts certain records sent to local treasurer from public access. signed by governor
HB538 Commercial dog breeders; definition, requirements, penalty. passed house
HB539 Nonrepairable vehicles; title and registration. dead
HB540 Deed; cemetery usage disclosed. dead
HB541 Uniform Statewide Building Code; statute of limitation for prosecution of violations. dead
HB542 Insurance agents; notice of appointment. signed by governor
HB543 Natural gas utilities; alternative ratemaking plan, report. signed by governor
HB544 Richmond Metropolitan Authority (RMA); powers and duties of Authority. dead
HB545 Telephone service; alternatives to regulation. dead
HB546 Telephone systems, multiline; alternative method of providing emergency calls. passed house
HB547 Unemployment compensation; maximum weekly benefit. signed by governor
HB548 Alcoholic mixed beverages; holder of license to sell and serve dessert wine. signed by governor
HB549 Insurance accounts; funding agreements. signed by governor
HB550 Consent law, implied; applicability. dead
HB551 Medical records; fees for copying. dead
HB552 Sex offender registry; removal of name and information. dead
HB553 Criminal case; deferred disposition. dead
HB554 Computer crimes; website redirection, penalty. dead
HB555 Wetlands; localities to establish and operate mitigation banks. signed by governor
HB556 Retirement System; investments related to Sudan. dead
HB557 Witnesses; provisions applicable to those in criminal as well as civil cases. signed by governor
HB558 Driving while intoxicated; elimination of requirement that intoxicant be self-administered. in subcommittee
HB559 Emergency custody orders, temporary detention orders, and involuntary commitment; criteria. signed by governor
HB560 Commitment hearing; community services board representative, treating physician, etc. to attend. signed by governor
HB561 Educational facility staff; training of administration of drugs. in committee
HB562 Criminal Justice Services Board; increases membership of Committee on Training. dead
HB563 Criminal Justice Services Board; increases membership. dead
HB564 Fire Prevention Code; fees for inspection, exceptions. in subcommittee
HB565 State song; designates 'Carry Me Back to Old Virginia,' by James A. Bland to be adopted. dead
HB566 Literary Fund; distributions. in subcommittee
HB567 Sexual offenses; those convicted prohibited entry onto school property. signed by governor
HB568 Tractor-trailer combinations; local ordinances prohibiting use of certain highways. dead
HB569 Registered nurse, professional; local school boards to employ. dead
HB570 Nurses, licensed; local school boards to employ. dead
HB571 Highway systems; revenue-sharing funds for certain counties. in subcommittee
HB572 Smoke Free Air Act; smoking in public places. dead
HB573 Visitation, supervised;restrictions and conditions necessary to minimize any risk of harm to child. in subcommittee
HB574 Child sexual offenses; creates number of new crimes labeled indecent liberties with children. dead
HB575 Consumer Protection Act; prohibited acts by a contractor. signed by governor
HB576 Mental health records; health provider shall disclose information to provide care, etc. of minor. signed by governor
HB577 Campus police; report of certain incidents to local law-enforcement agency. dead
HB578 Innovative Technology Authority; powers of board of directors. signed by governor
HB579 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include compensation to dealers. enacted
HB580 Landlords and tenants; mold remediation and process for notice regarding. signed by governor
HB581 Tow truck driver; exempts requirement of having authorization documents. in subcommittee
HB582 Psychiatric inpatient treatment of minors; timing of petition and hearing. signed by governor
HB583 Emergency custody orders; extension of time. signed by governor
HB584 Nurses, licensed; presumption of knowledge of statewide standard of care. signed by governor
HB585 Juvenile care facilities; Board of Juvenile Justice to est. regulations for smoke detectors, etc. dead
HB586 Appellate court; remand of bail appeal. signed by governor
HB587 Juvenile convicts; payment of restitution. dead
HB588 Concealed weapons; prohibits carrying of concealed pneumatic guns. dead
HB589 Gangs; voluntarily submitting to hazing as part of initiation. dead
HB590 Predicate criminal act; adds simple larceny of motor vehicle to list. dead
HB591 Probation officers; removes court services staff from list to advise child of right to counsel. dead
HB592 Criminal history record information; required for transfer of firearms. in committee
HB593 VirginiaShare Health Insurance Program; established, report. dead
HB594 Educational Facilities Bond Act of 2008; created. dead
HB595 State officials and employees; payment of state funds for certain communication devices prohibited. dead
HB596 Retirement System; benefits for superintendents and sworn officers of regional jails. dead
HB597 Marriage, subsequent; effect thereof to child over 14 years of age. signed by governor
HB598 Uniform Statewide Building Code; notice to owner prior to issuance of building permits. dead
HB599 Unemployment compensation; services not constituting employment. dead
HB600 Neighborhood watch vehicles; allowance of amber warning lights thereon. dead
HB601 Alcoholic beverage control; localities to regulate the sale for off-premises consumption, etc. dead
HB602 Real estate assessments; burden of proof on appeal. dead
HB603 Health insurance carriers; hospital disclosure of contractual arrangements. signed by governor
HB604 Hospice facilities; continued operation of certain. signed by governor
HB605 Nonprofessional entities; practice of medicine. signed by governor
HB606 Juvenile defendants; electronic recording of interrogations. dead
HB607 Credit reports; authorizes consumer to freeze access thereto. in subcommittee
HB608 Protective orders; possession of firearms. dead
HB609 Wireless telecommunications device; prohibits use of text messaging while driving certain vehicles. dead
HB610 Hate crimes; adds homeless persons to categories of acts. dead
HB611 Alcoholic beverage control; privatization of ABC stores, report. dead
HB612 Income tax, state; toll payment tax credit. dead
HB613 Teachers; must be licensed to teach in public schools. dead
HB614 Charter school, public; definition. dead
HB615 Health insurance; mandated coverage for medically necessary amino acid-based elemental formulas. dead
HB616 Malpractice actions; limitations. signed by governor
HB617 Virginia Housing Trust Fund; creates dedicated source of funding via percentage of recordation tax. in subcommittee
HB618 Highway construction; power of Transportation Commissioner includes construction of sidewalks. dead
HB619 Polls; prohibiting campaign advertisements. dead
HB620 Setoff Debt Collection Act; setoff against federal tax refunds for local tax debt. dead
HB621 Voters; those registered may vote prior to election day. dead
HB622 Sexual offender; prohibited from residing within 500 feet of public park in proximity to children. signed by governor
HB623 Immigration laws; Governor to enter into memorandum of agreement with Immigration and Customs. in committee
HB624 Interpreters; cost for those appointed for non-English-speaking defendant. dead
HB625 Personal property tax; extends sunset provision for separate classification for tax purposes. signed by governor
HB626 Investment of Public Funds Act; investment of funds for volunteer fire & rescue squad pension prog. signed by governor
HB627 PPTA; private entity to pay costs for independent audit of all traffic and cost estimates. signed by governor
HB628 Antique, vintage, and collectible items; designating items, penalty. dead
HB629 VDOT regulations; fiber optic facilities. dead
HB630 VDOT regulations; placement of customer service drop cables. dead
HB631 Special license plates; sesquicentennial of the American Civil War. signed by governor
HB632 Resources Authority; provisions of broadband services. signed by governor
HB633 Personal Information Privacy Act; prohibits dissemination of another's social security number. signed by governor
HB634 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; disclosure of personal information. signed by governor
HB635 Impact fees; expands existing road impact fee provisions to include school improvements, etc. dead
HB636 Insurance notices; electronic delivery. dead
HB637 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act of 2006; applicability to town elections. signed by governor
HB638 Voting equipment; acquisition and securing by localities. dead
HB639 Charter; Town of Purcellville. signed by governor
HB640 Voting; extending hours polls are open in Northern Virginia. dead
HB641 Southern Virginia Higher Education Center; exempt from requirements of Personnel Act. dead
HB642 Motor vehicles; yielding right-of-way when approaching mail delivery vehicles. dead
HB643 Air emissions; operators of major stationary sources of air pollution to comply with NAAQS. dead
HB644 Master Settlement Agreement; enforcement requirements for tobacco product manufacturers. signed by governor
HB645 Water Protection Permit; Board to consider project as part local or regional water supply plans. dead
HB646 Electrical transmission lines; State Corporation Commission review. dead
HB647 Energy production; renewable and alternative tax credit. in subcommittee
HB648 Health reimbursement arrangements; prohibits health insurers from canceling, etc. on certain ground. dead
HB649 Motor vehicle dealers; collection of annual license and registration fees in certain localities. vetoed by governor
HB650 Environmental Quality, Department of; authority of citizen boards. dead
HB651 Reentry planning; Department of Corrections to develop and implement comprehensive plan. signed by governor
HB652 Regional jail vehicles; equipped with colored warning lights. dead
HB653 Concealed handgun permit applications; access to personal information. dead
HB654 Math, Science, and Career and Technical Education Grant Program and Fund; established. dead
HB655 Dogs, dangerous; judicial discretion. signed by governor
HB656 Animal protection and fighting; broadens penalty. signed by governor
HB657 Involuntary mental health treatment; prohibition from purchasing, etc. firearms. in committee
HB658 Preliminary hearings; court reporter or mechanical or electronic device to record. dead
HB659 Evidence; defense motions to suppress. dead
HB660 Manufactured homes; deemed real estate when equipment previously used for mobility removed. signed by governor
HB661 Agritourism and marine tourism; activity liability. dead
HB662 Land preservation tax credit program; confidentiality of taxpayer information. signed by governor
HB663 Zoning administrator; expands authority related to enforcement of residential occupancy limits. signed by governor
HB664 Court-appointed attorneys; workers' compensation coverage. dead
HB665 Utility Transfers Act; SCC to find that acquisition will not cause rates of cooperative to increase. dead
HB666 Utility Transfers Act; prohibits SCC from approving an application by an investor-owned elec. util. dead
HB667 Health insurance; coverage for alternatives to surgery. dead
HB668 Health insurance, individual; statements regarding grounds for refusal to cover. dead
HB669 Health insurance; mandated coverage for medically necessary amino acid-based elemental formulas. dead
HB670 Abortion; regulation of provider businesses. dead
HB671 Parental notification; student's receipt of mental health treatment. in committee
HB672 Higher educational institutions; establishing policies to provide single-sex housing to students. dead
HB673 Animals; clarifies several standards of welfare. signed by governor
HB674 Aging, Department for; four-year plan therefor, report. signed by governor
HB675 Discrimination; Fairfax County to prohibit in executive form of government. dead
HB676 Climate Change, Commission on; created, report. in committee
HB677 Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002; public hearing. signed by governor
HB678 Income tax, state; filing of tax returns. signed by governor
HB679 Zoning ordinance; civil penalties for violations. signed by governor
HB680 Neighborhood Assistance Act; moves tax credit program to taxation. signed by governor
HB681 Real estate tax; exemptions and deferrals for certain residential or farm property. dead
HB682 Detention center incarceration program; placement of defendant with Department of Corrections. signed by governor
HB683 Real estate tax; reports by owners of income-producing property. dead
HB684 Ballots; replaces current law provisions specifying details for form. signed by governor
HB685 Voting equipment; wireless communications at polling places. in subcommittee
HB686 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include Energy Star-rated fluorescent light bulbs. dead
HB687 Campaign telephone calls; disclosure requirements. dead
HB688 Claims; Anthony Fields. signed by governor
HB689 Combined Sewer Overflow Fund; designating funds to be deposited therein for use by certain cities. dead
HB690 Companion animals; commercial breeding, penalty. in subcommittee
HB691 Animal control officers; inspection of breeding facilities. dead
HB692 Highway welcome and exit signs; localities may put up within highway rights-of-way. dead
HB693 Health insurance pools; technical assistance for small businesses. in subcommittee
HB694 Alcoholic beverage control; wine and beer tastings by gourmet shop licensees signed by governor
HB695 Retirement System; loss of retirement benefits for certain felony convictions. dead
HB696 Substance Abuse Treatment Fund; created. dead
HB697 Libraries; localities may adopt an ordinance prohibiting firearms, etc. on premises. dead
HB698 Real estate tax; exemption for elderly and handicapped persons in certain counties and cities. signed by governor
HB699 Real estate tax; classification of residential property from commercial property. dead
HB700 Child support; responsibility of incarcerated obligor. dead
HB701 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Act; registration procedures. dead
HB702 Tax information; local commissioners of revenue to provide access to their local police & fire dept. dead
HB703 Comprehensive Parole Reduction Act; Parole Board to adopt an analytical scale to assess risk. in committee
HB704 Residential community programs; Department of Corrections give nonviolent prisoners opportunity. dead
HB705 Children; person convicted of sexual offenses prohibited near recreation centers, etc. in subcommittee
HB706 Temporary detention order; transportation to medical facility for assessment. dead
HB707 Involuntary commitment hearings; person shall be held in custody until released to secure facility. signed by governor
HB708 Temporary detention orders; admission as evidence. signed by governor
HB709 Firearms; person legally incompetent, etc. prohibited from purchasing. passed house
HB710 Self defense and defense of others; person occupying dwelling may justify when unlawful entry. in subcommittee
HB711 Retail Sales and Use Tax; extends sunset provision for audio and video works. signed by governor
HB712 Judicial vacancies; removes requirement that Committee on District Courts and Supreme Court certify. dead
HB713 Protective orders, preliminary; court to extend if respondent fails to appear at hearing. signed by governor
HB714 Traffic lights; creates Class 6 felony for running red light. dead
HB715 Arrest; resetting of bail or amending bail set. signed by governor
HB716 Disorderly conduct; removes certain proviso. in subcommittee
HB717 Child or spousal support cases; posting of bonds. signed by governor
HB718 Courts; authority to order payment of fine, costs, forfeitures, penalties, or alternatives. dead
HB719 Underage drinking and driving; penalty. signed by governor
HB720 Landlord and tenant; definition of application fee, etc. and manner of serving notice to tenants. enacted
HB721 Plats; approval process by local planning commission. passed house
HB722 School boards; policies for classroom placement of twins or higher order multiples. dead
HB723 Resources Authority; authorized to finance park and recreation projects. signed by governor
HB724 Absentee voting; electoral board may delay opening voter precinct. signed by governor
HB725 Equine dental technicians; practice of equine dentistry under supervision of licensed veterinarian. enacted
HB726 Conditional zoning; purchase of development rights. dead
HB727 Natural resources funding; allocates annually percentage of revenue generated by sales & use tax. dead
HB728 Health insurance; State Corporation Commission to develop uniform group application form. signed by governor
HB729 Marriage license; marriage record prepared includes portion of social security number of each party. dead
HB730 Payday Loan Act; repealing Act referring thereto. in committee
HB731 Economic Development Partnership Authority; adds Chancellor of Community College System to Board. signed by governor
HB732 Income tax, corporate and state; energy-efficient equipment tax credit. dead
HB733 Restroom Access Act; created. dead
HB734 Public libraries; possession of firearms on premises prohibited. dead
HB735 Involuntary commitment hearings; third-year law students may represent petitioner. dead
HB736 Retirement System; average final compensation retirement multiplier for teachers. dead
HB737 Independent examiner; records to be reviewed. in subcommittee
HB738 Retirement System; purchase of prior service credit. dead
HB739 Retirement System; retired members to continue receiving retirement allowance. dead
HB740 Underaged drinking; eligibility for deferred disposition. dead
HB741 Involuntary mental health treatment; prohibition from purchasing, etc. firearms. in subcommittee
HB742 Corporations; business office of registered agent. dead
HB743 Income tax, state; qualified adoption expenses tax credit. dead
HB744 Income tax, state; deduction for energy-efficient equipment. dead
HB745 Criminal history record information; adds definition of firearms show vendor. in committee
HB746 Child day center; possession of firearms on premises prohibited. dead
HB747 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those paid, imposed on certain drivers, refund fees. dead
HB748 Innovative Technology Authority; board of directors. signed by governor
HB749 Standards of Quality; apportionment of state & local share for costs of giving educational programs. dead
HB750 Parental rights; appeal when terminated. dead
HB751 Involuntary commitment hearings; accessibility of results by colleges and universities. dead
HB752 Higher educational institutions; mental health record release authorization when enrolling. dead
HB753 Virginia Criminal Information Network (VCIN); protective order information sent thereto, expiration. signed by governor
HB754 Horse racing; local referendum. dead
HB755 Deputies; personnel costs in preparation for new regional jail facility. dead
HB756 Registration fees; vehicle equipped for persons with disabilities. signed by governor
HB757 Illegal aliens; adds presumption, subject to rebuttal, against admitting to bail any alien charged. in committee
HB758 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include computers and related equipment. in subcommittee
HB759 School boards; annual report of expenditures. dead
HB760 Mentally retarded; replaces term with intellectually disabled. signed by governor
HB761 Charter; Town of Herndon. dead
HB762 Illegal aliens; presumption against admission to bail for those charged with criminal offense. in committee
HB763 Central Criminal Records Exchange; required to notify U.S. Bureau of Immigration & Customs. in committee
HB764 Correctional facilities; inquiries to U.S. Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. in committee
HB765 Emergency custody or temporary detention order; payment of cost of transportation. dead
HB766 Fraudulent academic credentials; misdemeanor to use to obtain employment, promotion, etc. passed house
HB767 Home instruction of children; eliminates certain requirements. signed by governor
HB768 Freedom of Information Act; active investigations of teacher licensing. signed by governor
HB769 Literary Fund; memorandum of lien. signed by governor
HB770 Public schools; establishes technology as major classification of school funds. signed by governor
HB771 Schools, joint and regional; may request waiver from any new regulation requirements. signed by governor
HB772 Retirement System; exemption from liability for advisory committees appointed thereby. enacted
HB773 Retirement System; prior service credit. signed by governor
HB774 State Police Officers' Retirement System; time within which compulsory retirement shall occur. signed by governor
HB775 State employees; cash match plan. signed by governor
HB776 Higher Education Board Appointments, Commission on; removes sunset provision. signed by governor
HB777 Civics Education, Commission on; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
HB778 Recordation of deeds; required to be filed within 120 days of transaction. dead
HB779 Illegal aliens; presumption of no bail for those charged with certain crimes. in committee
HB780 Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act; reorganizes provisions. signed by governor
HB781 Southwest Virginia Cultural Heritage Commission, created. signed by governor
HB782 Mental health records; disclosure, etc. dead
HB783 Judges; increases mandatory retirement age. dead
HB784 Naturopathic doctors; licensure requirements for practice. dead
HB785 Credit reports; authorizes consumer to freeze access thereto. in subcommittee
HB786 Vehicle registration; refusal to issue or renew because of fees or taxes owed to counties, etc. in subcommittee
HB787 Transient occupancy tax; extends date to January 1, 2012, for Arlington County. signed by governor
HB788 Highway maintenance payments; Arlington and Henrico Counties receive payments for roads. dead
HB789 Campaign finance disclosure; filings by PACs. signed by governor
HB790 Retirement System; retired members to continue receiving retirement allowance. dead
HB791 Fort Lee Housing Enterprise Zone, created. dead
HB792 Parental leave for school involvement; employers to permit employees annual leave. dead
HB793 Greenhouse gas emissions; Secretary of Natural Resources to develop strategy to reduce. dead
HB794 Retail Sales and Use Tax; Energy Star sales tax holiday. dead
HB795 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include WaterSense qualified products. in subcommittee
HB796 Climate Change, Commission on; created, report. in committee
HB797 Traffic signs and markings; VDOT to transfer control to Fairfax County. dead
HB798 Absentee ballot applications; may receive by electronic transmission. signed by governor
HB799 Voters; information to be provided prior to election. dead
HB800 Acts of Assembly; implementation of certain laws to special elections. signed by governor
HB801 Voting equipment; wireless communications at polling places. in subcommittee
HB802 Candidates; Board of Elections to publish list on Internet. dead
HB803 VDOT; authority to account for workforce housing. dead
HB804 Consumer Real Estate Settlement Protection Act; interest on escrow accounts. dead
HB805 Advance Health Care Directive Registry; created. signed by governor
HB806 Infectious diseases; residential or day program, etc. licensed by State to report cases. signed by governor
HB807 Health insurance pools; technical assistance for small businesses. dead
HB808 Special education services; parental consent. dead
HB809 Teachers; provisional and local eligibility licenses if military personnel. signed by governor
HB810 Machine gun registration; Superintendent of State Police to be notified of change of address. dead
HB811 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); waiver of ineligibility period. signed by governor
HB812 Foster Care Scholarship Program and Fund; created. dead
HB813 Independent living services; person shall not become ineligible for services upon refusing. in committee
HB814 Protective orders; to include information on whether or not respondent possesses firearm. dead
HB815 Voluntary admission; report to Central Criminal Records Exchange. signed by governor
HB816 Outpatient treatment; community services board et al., to report any material noncompliance. in subcommittee
HB817 Judges; increases number in various general district courts. dead
HB818 Judges; increases number in circuit court. dead
HB819 Nursing facilities; those in continuing care retirement communities to participate in program. passed house
HB820 Inmates; officer of correctional facility to inquire of alien status. signed by governor
HB821 Smoke Free Air Act; smoking in public places. dead
HB822 Dishwashing detergents; bans use of phosphorus therein for household dishwashing machines. in committee
HB823 Oripavine and lisdexamfetamine; adds to list of Schedule II drugs. signed by governor
HB824 Water quality information; Secretary of Natural Resources to be lead Secretary to coordinate. signed by governor
HB825 Foster & adoption workers; Department of Social Services to establish minimum training requirments. signed by governor
HB826 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; expanding Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel first tier project. dead
HB827 State Lottery Department; powers of Director and Board. signed by governor
HB828 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; removes York County & Cities of Hampton & Poquoson. dead
HB829 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; abolishes Authority, taxes, etc., dedicated to operation. dead
HB830 Sex offender; affidavit as evidence when failure to register. signed by governor
HB831 State Corporation Commission; confidentiality of information. signed by governor
HB832 Towing and recovery operators; removal of trespassing vehicles. dead
HB833 Automotive manufacturers; specialized registration & titling of company vehicles. signed by governor
HB834 Irrigation systems; state-owned buildings and private property. dead
HB835 Firearms; misdemeanor to possess, etc. if mentally incompetent. in committee
HB836 Bipartisan Redistricting Commission; created, report. dead
HB837 Dam break inundation zones; localities with authority to address development. enacted
HB838 Criminal Justice Services Board; establishment of Executive Committee. signed by governor
HB839 Interoperability Executive Committee; established, report. signed by governor
HB840 Capitol Police, Division of; powers and duties. signed by governor
HB841 Capitol District; established as geographic seat of government. signed by governor
HB842 Concealed weapons; exempts retired Capitol Police officers from permit requirements. signed by governor
HB843 Concealed handgun permit applications; access to personal information. in committee
HB844 Crimes Against Minors and Sex Offender Registry; use of data by SAVIN. signed by governor
HB845 Charter; City of Winchester. signed by governor
HB846 State Police, Department of; variable housing allowance. dead
HB847 Charter; City of Winchester. signed by governor
HB848 Development rights program; Board of Farmland Preservation to create lease. dead
HB849 Land preservation tax credit; taxpayer to give consent when tax credit, etc. has been transferred. signed by governor
HB850 Foster care; require code of ethics agreement signed by head of every foster home, etc. signed by governor
HB851 Crowd control; authority to bring civil action against person who negligently fails to provide. dead
HB852 Governmental employees; repeals provisions that prohibit bargaining with labor union. dead
HB853 Service dogs; persons training entitled to be accompanied thereby in public places. signed by governor
HB854 Freedom of Information Act; local public bodies may meet by electronic communication. signed by governor
HB855 Pedestrian and bicycle advisory committees, regional; VDOT to establish. dead
HB856 Rail Enhancement Fund; allows Director to waive certain requirements regarding project funding. dead
HB857 Adult Fatality Review Team; created, report. dead
HB858 Freedom of Information Act; exemption for certain publicly owned museum records. dead
HB859 Gift certificates; prohibited practices. dead
HB860 Elections, Board of; special emergency power. dead
HB861 Caregivers Grant Program; physician assistant or nurse practitioner to certify. signed by governor
HB862 Alcoholic beverage control; alcohol content in prepared foods. in subcommittee
HB863 School boards; policies regarding certain activities. dead
HB864 Alcoholic mixed beverages; ABC Board to grant special events licenses to local governments. dead
HB865 Group life insurance; coverage to be extended to insure any class of persons. dead
HB866 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; limitation on licensure for bail bondsmen. signed by governor
HB867 Public Procurement Act; regional industrial facility authorities to enter into certain contracts. signed by governor
HB868 Setoff Debt Collection Act; setoff against federal tax refunds for local tax debt. dead
HB869 Personal property tax; uncollected balances added to delinquent list maintained by Treasurer. signed by governor
HB870 Mineral Resources, Division of; name changed to Division of Geology and Mineral Resources. signed by governor
HB871 Marriage & family programs; Department of Social Services to establish. signed by governor
HB872 Hunting; persons required to wear blaze orange clothing during deer season. dead
HB873 Concealed handgun permits; proof of competency with handgun. signed by governor
HB874 Income tax, state; exemption for launch services and payload to space flight participants. in subcommittee
HB875 Handbills, etc.; distribution in Spotsylvania County and City of Richmond. signed by governor
HB876 DUI Court; establishing in City of Colonial Heights and Chesterfield County. dead
HB877 Community development authority board; City of Richmond appoint seven members. signed by governor
HB878 School divisions, local; requires 65% of each education dollar to be spent in classroom, report. dead
HB879 Affordable dwelling unit ordinances; may establish requirement that prices for resale be controlled. signed by governor
HB880 Incarceration; waiving interest during period thereof. dead
HB881 Employment Commission; authorizes final orders to be recorded and satisfied as orders. enacted
HB882 Administrative orders; collection of interest. signed by governor
HB883 Affordable housing; permitting certain densities in plan in City of Charlottesville. signed by governor
HB884 School buses; prohibits idling of engines of those diesel-powered on school premises. dead
HB885 Bus engine idling; allows all counties, cities, and towns power to adopt ordinances limiting. signed by governor
HB886 Bear hunting; clarifies time of day during hound training season. signed by governor
HB887 Scrap metal processors; seller to provide his driver's license number. dead
HB888 Oversize trucks; permits issued by DMV for operation. dead
HB889 Learner's permits; certification statement required for persons under age 18. enacted
HB890 Emergency vehicles; flashing warning lights. signed by governor
HB891 Driver's license; discretionary arrest for third offense of driving on suspended license. dead
HB892 Annexation; extends from 2010 to 2020 temporary restriction on city annexation authority, etc. dead
HB893 Juvenile detention facility employee; assault and battery against, penalty. dead
HB894 Abortion; licensure of clinics. in committee
HB895 Uniform Statewide Building Code; definition of amusement devices. dead
HB896 Students, first-time; preadmission physical examinations. in committee
HB897 Credit reports; authorizes consumer to freeze access thereto. in subcommittee
HB898 Retail Sales and Use Tax; Exemptions include additional one-half percent authorized for localities. dead
HB899 Semiautomatic handguns; sale thereof, microstamping. dead
HB900 Value engineering; submission thereof to report to Division of Engineering & Buildings. signed by governor
HB901 Employee benefits; provision for funding of employee's principal residence in City of Alexandria. dead
HB902 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act; registration procedures. signed by governor
HB903 Magistrates; reforms system by transferring appointment and supervisory responsibilities. signed by governor
HB904 Mobile telephone and other wireless electronic devices; use of hands-free accessory while driving. dead
HB905 Statutory burglary; increased punishment. dead
HB906 Prisoners; earned sentence credits. dead
HB907 Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee for any reason. dead
HB908 Alcoholic beverage control; operation of government stores on Sunday. signed by governor
HB909 Nanotechnology Authority Act of 2007; created, report. dead
HB910 Technology, Nanotechnology and Biotechnology Investment Fund; created. dead
HB911 Intangible personal property; classifies certain items thereas. dead
HB912 Income tax, state; conformity of system with Internal Revenue Code. signed by governor
HB913 Arborists; regulation of titles. dead
HB914 Liability, fire, & motor vehicle insurance policies; establishes exceptions to prohibitions. signed by governor
HB915 Credit Counseling Act; removes two factors that SCC is required to use when setting fees. signed by governor
HB916 Supreme Court; circuit court case management system changes to be approved by Executive Secretary. dead
HB917 Clerk's office; preservation of papers. signed by governor
HB918 Corporations and professional limited liability companies; conforms provisions that govern mergers. signed by governor
HB919 Underinsured motorist insurance coverage; establishes mechanism by which liability insurer pays. dead
HB920 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; prohibited conduct concerning certain transactions. dead
HB921 Jail construction, local; State will reimburse up to one-half of capital costs. dead
HB922 Registration fees; increase for firefighting and emergency medical services vehicles. signed by governor
HB923 School Construction Revolving Fund; created, report. dead
HB924 Income tax and sales and use tax; credit and exemption for certain telecommunications service. dead
HB925 Employment Commission; employment stabilization. signed by governor
HB926 Illegal aliens; corporate existence terminated involuntarily for employing. signed by governor
HB927 Tax rates; requires localities to fix for ensuing year at least 30 days prior to approval of budget. dead
HB928 Illegal immigration; adopts several measures aimed at curbing in State, report. dead
HB929 Illegal aliens; presumption against admission to bail for those charged with criminal offense. in committee
HB930 Retirement System; investments related to countries sponsoring terrorism. dead
HB931 Methamphetamine; manufacturing, selling, giving, and distributing thereof, penalty. passed house
HB932 Firearms; reckless handling, penalty. dead
HB933 Triggerman rule; redefinition thereof. vetoed by governor
HB934 Jail inmates; no parole for those convicted of multiple misdemeanors & sentenced more than 12 month. signed by governor
HB935 Criminal cases; admissibility of prior inconsistent statements. dead
HB936 Composite index, local; number of students. signed by governor
HB937 Involuntary outpatient treatment; disclosure of medical information. dead
HB938 Involuntary commitment hearings; petitioner right to appeal. dead
HB939 Involuntary commitment order; detainee may petition court to transfer to outpatient treatment. dead
HB940 Evidence; defense motions to suppress. dead
HB941 Search warrants; allows an affidavit to be delivered by facsimile after it is certified. signed by governor
HB942 Driver's license, provisional; repeals provision allowing use of wireless devices when stopped. dead
HB943 Veterans services; changes references, etc. of Commissioner to Secretary of Public Safety. in subcommittee
HB944 Public Procurement Act; procurement of professional services for certain transportation projects. signed by governor
HB945 Court of Appeals; en banc hearings. signed by governor
HB946 Adoption; period of validity of home study. enacted
HB947 Homeowners foreclosure protection; Attorney General may enforce violations. in subcommittee
HB948 Community services board employees; legal fees and expenses. dead
HB949 Slayer statute; insurance company not liable for policies acquired by slayer of decedent. signed by governor
HB950 Uniform Power of Attorney Act; established. dead
HB951 Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act; created. signed by governor
HB952 Insanity plea; time period for notice. signed by governor
HB953 Abuse or neglect proceedings; videotaped statement. dead
HB954 Conditional zoning; purchase of development rights. dead
HB955 Public-Private Education Facilities & Infrastructure Act of 2002; definition of qualifying projects. signed by governor
HB956 Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; physical evidence recovery kit examinations reimbursements. signed by governor
HB957 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; increases membership. dead
HB958 Residential dwellings, non-owner occupied; local government authority to require registration. dead
HB959 Uniform Statewide Building Code; grading limitations. dead
HB960 Retirement System; optional increase for local employees. dead
HB961 Highway maintenance; provides for increased payments where traffic volumes exceed statewide average. dead
HB962 Residential Property Disclosure Act; disclosure of stormwater detention facilities. dead
HB963 Legislative efficiency review program; JLARC to review operations in all legislative branches. dead
HB964 Sex offender registry; penalty for failure to register. dead
HB965 Victims Compensation Fund; amends definition to include stalking victims. signed by governor
HB966 ABC agent; assault and battery against, penalty. dead
HB967 DMV; fees imposed on vehicle dealers. dead
HB968 District courts; withdrawal of appeals. dead
HB969 Criminal street gangs; causing or encouraging acts rendering children delinquent. dead
HB970 Protective orders; probation violation. dead
HB971 Identity theft; notice of database breach. in subcommittee
HB972 Ford and Pullman grants; ratifies conveyance of certain lands in County of Fairfax. signed by governor
HB973 Children; what constitutes taking indecent liberties, penalty. dead
HB974 Virginia Criminal Information Network (VCIN); establishing precise time protective orders expire. in subcommittee
HB975 Income tax, corporate; Real Estate Investment Trusts. dead
HB976 Single lot development; developers to provide stormwater management. dead
HB977 Statistical information; VDOT to collect and report. in subcommittee
HB978 VPI & SU; Board of Visitors to convey certain property to Virginia Tech Foundation, Inc. signed by governor
HB979 TAG; eligibility for students attending Edward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine. signed by governor
HB980 Career coaches; Board for Community Colleges to establish guidelines for in public high schools. dead
HB981 Retirement System; benefits for local law-enforcement officers. dead
HB982 Concealed handgun permit applications; access to personal information. dead
HB983 Charter; City of Radford. signed by governor
HB984 Math specialist pilot program; Department of Education to establish, report. dead
HB985 Income tax, state; teacher expenses for materials tax credit. dead
HB986 Income tax, state; tax credit for health insurance premiums paid by small business employers. dead
HB987 SCHEV; creation of nonstock corporation to support academic research. dead
HB988 State song; designates 'Virginia: Where Heaven Touches Earth' . dead
HB989 University of Virginia; appointment of board of visitors. signed by governor
HB990 Pyramid promotional schemes; definition thereof, penalty. signed by governor
HB991 Development rights; allows Albemarle County to enact an ordinance for severance and transfer. signed by governor
HB992 Prostitution; definition thereof. dead
HB993 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Destination Imagination. dead
HB994 Motor fuels tax; exemption for waste vegetable oil that has been collected and purified. dead
HB995 Unlawful filming of another; guilty of Class 6 felony. signed by governor
HB996 Felony, violent; presumption of no bail upon conviction. dead
HB997 Residential Property Disclosure Act; condition of real property to include evidence of mold presence dead
HB998 Line of Duty Act; definition of disabled person to include local employees. dead
HB999 Animals; posting of bond by owners of those abandoned or cruelly treated. signed by governor
HB1000 Community College Education, Foundation for; contribution to be deposited for State residents. signed by governor
HB1001 Bomb threat; restitution for cost of response. dead
HB1002 Condominium Act; notice of increased assessments. dead
HB1003 Nursing workforce information; publication on website. signed by governor
HB1004 Advance directives; mental health directives follows same procedures as for medical. dead
HB1005 Higher educational institutions; notification to parent of mental health treatment for student. signed by governor
HB1006 Emergency custody order and temporary detention order hearings; evidence. dead
HB1007 Fusion Intelligence Center; confidentiality and immunity from service of process. signed by governor
HB1008 Derelict structures; locality authorized to impose fee on record owner. dead
HB1009 Real estate taxes; assessments, bills, and deferral by localities. dead
HB1010 Illegal aliens; ineligibility for in-state tuition and educational benefits. in committee
HB1011 Higher educational institutions; admission of in-state students. dead
HB1012 Towing; regulations for those seeking tow truck authorization documents and provisional changes. signed by governor
HB1013 Newman Road; designating as State byway in Fairfax County. signed by governor
HB1014 High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; use by vehicles bearing special fuel vehicle license plates. signed by governor
HB1015 Motor vehicle air conditioners; allows explosive, flammable, or toxic refrigerants. signed by governor
HB1016 Deer; Department of Game and Inland Fisheries to allow killing thereof over bait. signed by governor
HB1017 Telework Promotion and Broadband Assistance, Office of; established, report. signed by governor
HB1018 Telecommuting; definition. signed by governor
HB1019 Telecommuting; state agencies to keep savings. dead
HB1020 Freedom of Information Act; electronic meetings of interim study committees. dead
HB1021 Telecommuting; establishes goal for state agencies. signed by governor
HB1022 Disabled parking; amends definition. dead
HB1023 Collection of debts; reciprocal agreement with federal government to include nontax payments. signed by governor
HB1024 Military personnel; extension of deadlines for driver's license renewal, etc. signed by governor
HB1025 Breast tumor treatment; repeals requirement that patient sign consent form. signed by governor
HB1026 Public benefits; restrictions on granting. dead
HB1027 Motor vehicles; regulation of parking of certain vehicles in certain counties. dead
HB1028 Speed limits; signs posted in school zones. dead
HB1029 Inmates; officer of correctional facility to inquire of alien status. in committee
HB1030 Telecommuting; state contractors to offer to employees. dead
HB1031 Income tax, corporate; telework expenses tax credit. dead
HB1032 Traffic control measures; financing for application and installation. signed by governor
HB1033 Urban transportation service districts; grants towns authority to create. dead
HB1034 Vehicle registrations and certificates of title; individual applying to prove legal residency. dead
HB1035 Law-enforcement officers; required to pull vehicle off roadway when stopping motorists. dead
HB1036 Tax rates; localities to fix before approval of budget and notices of reassessments. dead
HB1037 Nonprofit entities; public meeting prior to disposition of assets. signed by governor
HB1038 Minimum wage law; enforcement. dead
HB1039 Regional jail authorities; capital costs. dead
HB1040 Health records; providing information after execution of search warrant, etc. signed by governor
HB1041 Sexually violent predators; revises provisions relating to civil commitment & conditional release. dead
HB1042 Homestead deeds; previous filings. signed by governor
HB1043 Polygraph; no sexual offense victim shall be requested to submit for investigation to proceed. signed by governor
HB1044 Sex Offenders and Crimes Against Minors Registry; registration requirements. signed by governor
HB1045 Real estate tax; exemptions and deferrals for certain residential or farm property. dead
HB1046 Nursing homes; Board of Health to establish staffing levels. dead
HB1047 Illegal immigrants; document verification for employment. dead
HB1048 Education; computation of composite index. dead
HB1049 Income tax, state; deduction for licensed medical caregivers. dead
HB1050 Income tax, state; in-home health care tax credit. dead
HB1051 Medical malpractice; definition of professional services. in subcommittee
HB1052 Identity theft; notice of database breach. in subcommittee
HB1053 Standards of Quality; increased positions for students having limited English proficiency. in subcommittee
HB1054 Involuntary mental health treatment; prohibition from purchasing, etc. firearms. in committee
HB1055 Firearms; possession by certain persons who have had parental rights terminated. dead
HB1056 Charter; City of Falls Church. signed by governor
HB1057 Cockfighting; imposes penalty of Class 6 felony on any person who knowingly engages in venture. in subcommittee
HB1058 Higher educational institutions; release of educational records. enacted
HB1059 Emergency custody orders, temporary detention orders, and involuntary commitment; criteria. in subcommittee
HB1060 Higher educational institutions; tuition waiver for senior citizens. dead
HB1061 Zoning ordinances; may prescribe an appeal period of less than 30 days. signed by governor
HB1062 Absentee ballot and voting; adds women who are pregnant at time of applying to list of eligible. signed by governor
HB1063 Indoor Clean Air Act; smoking in restaurants in Northern Virginia. dead
HB1064 Veterans; Commissioner et al., to establish comprehensive program to address mental health needs. in subcommittee
HB1065 Safety belts; makes non-use thereof primary offense. dead
HB1066 Public Procurement Act; methods of procurement. signed by governor
HB1067 School employees; school board to develop policies to address complaints of sexual abuse thereby. in subcommittee
HB1068 Service of process; cost of return. dead
HB1069 Absentee voting and ballot applications; persons performing volunteer service may vote absentee . dead
HB1070 Citizen Advisory Redistricting Board; created. dead
HB1071 Birth control; adds definition. dead
HB1072 Fire-safe cigarettes; prohibits manufacture, etc. unless tested to meet performance standard. in committee
HB1073 Housing and Community Development, Department of; administration of the Private Activity Bonds. signed by governor
HB1074 Custody & visitation orders; expedited hearings for those on active military duty. dead
HB1075 Alcoholic beverage control; powers and duties of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. signed by governor
HB1076 Property Owners' Association Act; adds new definitions and sets limits for disclosure packet fees. in subcommittee
HB1077 Real Estate Time Share Act; obligation for fees and limitation on actions. signed by governor
HB1078 Vested rights and nonconforming uses; changes to provisions. signed by governor
HB1079 Zoning, Board of; structure permitted by variance may be expanded under certain conditions. signed by governor
HB1080 Income tax, state; credits for care, protection, and adoption of certain animals. dead
HB1081 Elevator mechanics; Board for Contractors to issue temporary certifications in event of shortage. dead
HB1082 Virginia Housing Trust Fund; creates dedicated source of funding via percentage of recordation tax. dead
HB1083 Environmental impact reports; exempts state/local authority from submission on major state project. in committee
HB1084 Zoning; approval of certain proffered conditions. signed by governor
HB1085 Fair housing law; unlawful discriminatory housing practice. dead
HB1086 Zoning appeals; written notice of zoning violation. signed by governor
HB1087 Social security numbers; public access, exceptions. dead
HB1088 Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; disclosure of official records. dead
HB1089 Toxic substances; removes requirement Board of Health report to General Assembly biennially. signed by governor
HB1090 Zoning ordinance; civil penalties for violations. in committee
HB1091 Mortgage loans; escrowing taxes and insurance. dead
HB1092 Income tax, corporate; biotechnology investment tax credit. in subcommittee
HB1093 Mortgages; requirements for certain. dead
HB1094 Standards of Quality; online instructional programs. dead
HB1095 Bioscience and Biotechnology, Commission on; created, report. dead
HB1096 Protection of Social Security Numbers Act; created. dead
HB1097 Mortgage lenders and brokers; licensure and regulations. dead
HB1098 Wet Settlement Act; adds to definition of settlement. signed by governor
HB1099 Voter registration records; access to date of birth information. signed by governor
HB1100 Human immunodeficiency virus; informed consent for testing. signed by governor
HB1101 Zoning ordinances; notice of certain violations. in committee
HB1102 Freedom of Information Act; records containing social security numbers. dead
HB1103 Payday Loan Act; requires SCC to contract with one or more parties to develop, etc. database. dead
HB1104 Veterans services; changes references under powers and duties to Secretary of Public Safety. in subcommittee
HB1105 Outdoor advertising; local governments ability to limit or remove signs.. dead
HB1106 Circuit court clerks; clarifies issues regarding electronic filing & recording of land records, etc. signed by governor
HB1107 Single-family dwellings; fines for zoning violations related to overcrowding. signed by governor
HB1108 Highway construction, primary system; funds allocation. dead
HB1109 Veterans; tuition waiver for certain. dead
HB1110 Motor carrier liability insurance; required for operators of trolleys. dead
HB1111 Income tax, state; historic rehabilitation tax credit. dead
HB1112 Weight limit violations; disposition of penalties by Stafford County. dead
HB1113 Certificate of occupancy; imposition of fee for issuance. dead
HB1114 Real Estate Board; real estate firm licenses. signed by governor
HB1115 Forest protection; increases annual amount a locality pays to State Forester therefor. signed by governor
HB1116 Environmental impact reports; required for any major state construction project over $500,000. signed by governor
HB1117 Alcoholic beverage control; suspension and revocation of licenses if meeting place of street gang. signed by governor
HB1118 Real estate tax; exemptions and deferrals for certain residential or farm property. dead
HB1119 Derelict structures; locality authorized to impose fee on record owner. dead
HB1120 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include compensation to dealers. in subcommittee
HB1121 Weights and measures; permissible to possess for commercial purposes. signed by governor
HB1122 Weights and measures; permissible to possess for commercial purposes. dead
HB1123 Real estate and personal property taxes; applied to property of public service corporations, etc. signed by governor
HB1124 Virginia Commonwealth University; management agreement with State. signed by governor
HB1125 Port Authority; Marine Resources Commission to grant easements and rights-of-way. signed by governor
HB1126 Abortion or miscarriage; intent to destroy unborn child, penalty. in committee
HB1127 Campaign finance disclosure; required special reports for certain large contributions. signed by governor
HB1128 Pharmacists; continuing education requirements. signed by governor
HB1129 Pharmacy, Board of; expiration of licenses. signed by governor
HB1130 VDOT logo signs; businesses that cater to recreational vehicle users. dead
HB1131 Children's Ombudsman, Office of; created, report. signed by governor
HB1132 Wine and beer; City of Roanoke can obtain retail on-premises licenses for outdoor amphitheaters. signed by governor
HB1133 Deed of trust or mortgage; reduces time in which one may enforce. signed by governor
HB1134 Campaign contributions; requires PACs to report contributions for election of particular candidate. in subcommittee
HB1135 Public schools; student's voluntary expression of a religious viewpoint. passed house
HB1136 Jury; sentencing proceeding after conviction. in subcommittee
HB1137 Green roof incentive programs; Board of Housing & Community Development to develop guidelines. dead
HB1138 Petitioner during civil commitment hearing; representation by an attorney from local State office. dead
HB1139 Involuntary commitment; consideration of preadmission screening report. in committee
HB1140 Tolls; State Corporation Commission authority to approve or revise rates charged. signed by governor
HB1141 Foster care; independent living services. signed by governor
HB1142 Recreational Facilities Authority; delays reversion of title to real property. signed by governor
HB1143 Foster care; visitation rights for siblings. signed by governor
HB1144 Temporary detention order; magistrate may consider recommendation of examining physician, etc. signed by governor
HB1145 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain works of art. dead
HB1146 Medical records; persons involved in civil commitment process to access. dead
HB1147 Controlled substances; nonresident pharmacies reporting and approval requirements. signed by governor
HB1148 Local Government Manager Retention Program; retirement benefits for chief local executive employee. dead
HB1149 Recreation facilities; locality may establish trails for all-terrain vehicles, etc. signed by governor
HB1150 Oil or gas operations; identify in permit application any cemetary located within 100 feet. signed by governor
HB1151 Income tax, corporate; sales tax exemption for space flight entities. in subcommittee
HB1152 Vehicle window tinting films; exempts rear or rear side windows of ambulances, etc. signed by governor
HB1153 Electric utilities; notice of rate increase. dead
HB1154 Sick leave; retirement credit for unused balances of state & local employees. dead
HB1155 Income tax, corporate; Habitat for Humanity tax credit. dead
HB1156 Drug distribution; penalties if results in death or serious bodily injury. dead
HB1157 State Police, Department of; investigation of accidents involving state-owned vehicles. dead
HB1158 Aircraft accident investigations; joint jurisdiction to local police & Department of State Police. dead
HB1159 Zoning ordinance; provisions for issuance of inspection warrants by magistrate. dead
HB1160 School bus drivers; removes exclusion from existing provision that prohibits employment of children. signed by governor
HB1161 Income tax, state; exemption for education outreach programs. dead
HB1162 Campaign finance disclosure; special reports of certain large contributions by candidates. dead
HB1163 Auditor of Public Accounts; database to contain information for state taxpayers. in subcommittee
HB1164 Income tax, corporate; public/private education investment tax credit. dead
HB1165 Teaching Scholarship Loan Program; expands program to include candidates pursuing. dead
HB1166 Onsite treatment works; Board of Health et al., to accept designs from professional engineers. signed by governor
HB1167 Administrative Process Act; public participation guidelines for executive branch agencies. signed by governor
HB1168 Temporary detention order; prohibits purchasing firearms if agrees to mental health treatment. in committee
HB1169 Misdemeanor and felony fees; increases fixed fees. dead
HB1170 Driver's license, commercial; passenger-carrying vehicle transporting fewer than 16 required. dead
HB1171 Alcoholic mixed beverages; grounds for suspension, etc. of license if obscene material upon premise. signed by governor
HB1172 Charter; Town of Pound. signed by governor
HB1173 Motorcyclists; allows certain persons at least 21 years of age to ride without helmets. dead
HB1174 Immigrant Assistance, Office of; created. dead
HB1175 Apprentice hunting license; Department of Game and Inland Fisheries to issue. signed by governor
HB1176 Motor vehicle insurance settlement practices; cap on reimbursement for paint and materials. signed by governor
HB1177 Plats; length of validity after all or portion of property recorded. signed by governor
HB1178 Forgery; penalty. signed by governor
HB1179 Assault & battery; admission to bail person committing second or subsequent offense against family. signed by governor
HB1180 Assault and battery; second offense against family member, penalty. dead
HB1181 Conservators of the peace, special; circuit court judge required to appoint. signed by governor
HB1182 Predicate criminal act; adds grand larceny thereas for gang membership. dead
HB1183 Home instruction of children; requirements. signed by governor
HB1184 Financial and management review; Governor to initiate for all state agencies, report. dead
HB1185 Voter registration; cancellation on basis of non-citizenship. signed by governor
HB1186 Incompetent defendants; dismissal of charges when charged with nonviolent misdemeanor. signed by governor
HB1187 Reckless driving; penalty for person convicted. dead
HB1188 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those paid, imposed on certain drivers, refund fees. dead
HB1189 Alicia's Law; funding for child exploitation law enforcement efforts. dead
HB1190 Infant mortality; requires certain measures designed to lower. dead
HB1191 Income tax; tax credit for long-term care insurance premiums paid by small business employers. dead
HB1192 Child Toy Safety Act of 2008; penalty for failure to remove recalled goods, report. dead
HB1193 Military Service Personnel Bill of Rights of 2008; established. dead
HB1194 Income tax, corporate; higher education research and development tax credit. in subcommittee
HB1195 Green Buildings Act; established. dead
HB1196 Charter; City of Bristol. signed by governor
HB1197 Voter registration; period of time that registration records must be closed before primary election. signed by governor
HB1198 Driver's license, commercial; State law conformance with federal requirements. signed by governor
HB1199 Wines; ABC Board to sell in stores magazines, etc. whose purpose is to educate consumers. dead
HB1200 Contracts; improper use of payment device numbers. dead
HB1201 Motor Vehicle Dealer Board; executive director and staff employees of DMV. dead
HB1202 Towing and Recovery Operators, Board for; executive director and staff to be employees of DMV. dead
HB1203 Mental health and substance abuse treatment providers; background checks. signed by governor
HB1204 Retail Sales and Use Tax; custom structural metal fabrication in an economically distressed area. dead
HB1205 Diversion center incarceration program; placement of defendant with Department of Corrections. signed by governor
HB1206 Port Authority; police officer to provide security beyond locality where property is located. signed by governor
HB1207 Serious juvenile offenders; those convicted as an adult to gain earned sentence credits. signed by governor
HB1208 Subaqueous lands; Marine Resources Commission to convey parcels thereof. signed by governor
HB1209 Criminal case; deferred disposition. dead
HB1210 Vacant building registration; enhances penalties for failure to register. passed committee
HB1211 Port Authority; establish a trust to offset other postemployment benefits. signed by governor
HB1212 Port Authority; encourages employees thereof to save for retirement. signed by governor
HB1213 HIV/Hepatitis testing; parental consent for minors. signed by governor
HB1214 Trees, state-owned; increases minimum threshold for sales thereof from state forests. signed by governor
HB1215 Charter; City of Emporia. signed by governor
HB1216 Planning time for school teachers. dead
HB1217 Charter; Town of Lawrenceville. signed by governor
HB1218 School buses; prohibits use of wireless telecommunications devices by persons driving. signed by governor
HB1219 Law Officers' Retirement System; supplemental allowance paid until Social Security retirement age. dead
HB1220 Concealed handguns; allows law-enforcement officers on long-term leave to carry without permit. signed by governor
HB1221 Drivers, commercial; DUI testing after accident. dead
HB1222 Charitable medical events; lack of notice to licensing board. signed by governor
HB1223 Employment Commission; must maintain at least one regional office in each planning district. dead
HB1224 Driver's, commercial; random drug and alcohol tests required. dead
HB1225 Fire Programs Fund; increases rate of assessment. dead
HB1226 Regional jail vehicles; equipped with colored warning lights. dead
HB1227 Breast and cervical cancer; coverage of treatment. dead
HB1228 Electric utilities; notice of renewable power options. signed by governor
HB1229 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include WaterSense qualified products. signed by governor
HB1230 Greenhouse gas emissions; mandatory reporting. dead
HB1231 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed certain drivers. dead
HB1232 Cats and dogs; prohibits any dealer from overbreeding. in subcommittee
HB1233 Reckless driving; suspension of license on conviction of minor. dead
HB1234 Standards of Learning; growth model for student academic achievement. dead
HB1235 Voting equipment; locking and securing after an election. signed by governor
HB1236 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; powers and duties. signed by governor
HB1237 Inmates; emergency psychiatric treatment. in subcommittee
HB1238 Realignment Commission; created, report. dead
HB1239 Gourmet shop licenses; licensee shall maintain certain amount of cheeses and gourmet food monthly. signed by governor
HB1240 Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act.; access of tenant to cable, satellite, etc. signed by governor
HB1241 Credit card theft; person who uses, possesses, etc. card of another without cardholder's consent. signed by governor
HB1242 School employees; prohibits employment if subject of a founded case of child abuse and neglect. signed by governor
HB1243 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers. signed by governor
HB1244 Driver training schools & instructors; changes terminology required to pass DMV instruction course. dead
HB1245 Driver's license; certain restrictions for first-time applicants failing behind wheel three times. signed by governor
HB1246 Retail Sales and Use Tax; taxability of certain transactions by government contractors. dead
HB1247 Income tax, state; indexes to rate of inflation amount in income tax brackets for tax rates, etc. dead
HB1248 Illegal alien; concealing or transporting, penalty. dead
HB1249 Unfair employment practices; discharging employees when unauthorized aliens are employed. dead
HB1250 Personal flotation devices; requirements for children. dead
HB1251 Institutions of higher education; notification of mental health treatment. in committee
HB1252 Child custody; court ordered investigations. dead
HB1253 Smoking; prohibited in restaurants. dead
HB1254 Juvenile records; intake officer to report to Bureau of Immigration & Customs if in U.S. illegally. signed by governor
HB1255 Juveniles; transfer of jurisdiction. dead
HB1256 Individual retirement accounts (IRAs); exemption from civil judgments. dead
HB1257 Child support enforcement; establishing Intensive Case Monitoring pilot programs. signed by governor
HB1258 Juvenile records; notification of expungement. signed by governor
HB1259 Environmental impact reports; requires county, city, or town to submit report on highway projects. signed by governor
HB1260 Blood donations; allowance of minors age 16 or older to donate. signed by governor
HB1261 Income tax, state; repeals provisions allowing additional withholding exemptions. signed by governor
HB1262 Absentee ballot applications; address given shall be where person is located while confined. signed by governor
HB1263 Truancy and school dropout prevention; school boards must implement programs & services to include. dead
HB1264 Consumer Real Estate Settlement Protection Act; licensing standards. passed committee
HB1265 Health, Department of; payment for medical care services. signed by governor
HB1266 Motor fuels tax; rate increase. dead
HB1267 Income tax, state; veterinarian pro bono services and companion animal adoption tax credits. dead
HB1268 Higher educational institutions; crisis and emergency management plans. in committee
HB1269 Alcoholic mixed beverages; allows licensee to make sangria. in subcommittee
HB1270 Pedestrians and drivers; sets out responsibilities at marked and unmarked crosswalks. dead
HB1271 Freedom of Information Act; exemption for local franchises, exception. signed by governor
HB1272 School boards; financial literacy education. in committee
HB1273 Prisoners; health care costs. in committee
HB1274 Real estate tax; exemptions for elderly and handicapped persons in certain cities and counties. in subcommittee
HB1275 Real estate tax; localities to grant higher percentages of tax relief to elderly. dead
HB1276 Absentee voting; adds persons age 65 and older to list of persons eligible. dead
HB1277 Firearms; possession prohibited on Capitol Square. in committee
HB1278 Voters; those registered may vote prior to election day. dead
HB1279 Transportation district commissioners; raises per diem. dead
HB1280 Charitable gaming; regulation under Board and Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. signed by governor
HB1281 License plates, special; persons convicted of DUI third or subsequent time to use. dead
HB1282 Medical Malpractice Settlement Offer and Recovery Act; established. dead
HB1283 Land preservation tax credit; elimination of verification of conservation value. dead
HB1284 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for non-profit schools accredited by certain entity. dead
HB1285 Protective orders; transport of firearms by certain law-enforcement officers. dead
HB1286 Highway systems; eliminates three-tier aspect of revenue-sharing program. in subcommittee
HB1287 Electric energy conservation; SCC to conduct meeting to establish goals. dead
HB1288 Bridge and safety funding; prioritization by Transportation Board. dead
HB1289 Gas chambers; prohibits use thereof for animal euthanasia. in committee
HB1290 Restorative justice programs; established. dead
HB1291 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed certain drivers. dead
HB1292 Concealed weapons; possession in vehicles. dead
HB1293 Community College Scholarship Match Program; created. dead
HB1294 Good Samaritan statute; immunity extends to those providing care at location for screening, etc. signed by governor
HB1295 Supreme Court; direct appeals. dead
HB1296 Towing and Recovery Operator, Board for; postpones effective date of any regulations. dead
HB1297 Public facilities; locality may by ordinance adopt provision for adequacy. in committee
HB1298 Contractors; shall not knowingly employ unauthorized alien. signed by governor
HB1299 Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act; resolve situations when conflict between health care directive. signed by governor
HB1300 State employee; penalty for threatening. dead
HB1301 Bridge replacement & repair; Transportation Board to award contracts for design-build procurement. dead
HB1302 Incident management; makes several changes to law in order to increase effectiveness & efficiency. signed by governor
HB1303 Residential Property Disclosure Act; property located within historic district. dead
HB1304 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; procedures to be followed. dead
HB1305 Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; increases annual assessment for physicians. signed by governor
HB1306 Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; increases annual assessment for physicians. dead
HB1307 Credit reports; fee exemption for security freezes for military personnel in committee
HB1308 Coastal primary sand dunes; authorizes additional localities to adopt ordinance. signed by governor
HB1309 Income tax, state; riparian waterway tax credit. signed by governor
HB1310 State Corporation Commission; grants provisional certification of gas distributors. dead
HB1311 Credit reports; authorizes consumer to freeze access thereto. enacted
HB1312 Workforce development; Governor's responsibilities. signed by governor
HB1313 Unclaimed property; credit union accounts. signed by governor
HB1314 Employment Commission; transfers responsibility for collection of employment taxes to Dept. of Tax. dead
HB1315 Informed consent for abortion; ultrasound required before performing to determine gestation age. in committee
HB1316 Higher educational institutions; board of visitors, etc. to establish threat assessment team. in committee
HB1317 Subaqueous lands; Marine Resources Commission to convey parcels of previously filled lands. signed by governor
HB1318 Taxpayer Surplus Relief Fund; established to provide tax relief. dead
HB1319 Underground transmission lines; pilot program established. signed by governor
HB1320 Public road easements; maintenance of certain roads not abandoned. signed by governor
HB1321 Foster care; transition plan for children 16 years of age or older. dead
HB1322 Involuntary outpatient treatment; court to determine treatment of orders. in subcommittee
HB1323 Temporary detention order; magistrates to issue based on recommendation of treating physicians. signed by governor
HB1324 Mental health records; mandatory sharing. in subcommittee
HB1325 Child support; exemption for parents who are imprisoned for life. dead
HB1326 Retail Sales and Use Tax: exemptions for textbooks extended to students at institutions of learning. dead
HB1327 Custody and visitation; ex parte orders. dead
HB1328 Stalking; enhanced penalties. dead
HB1329 Communication towers, state-owned; wireless broadband service in unserved areas. signed by governor
HB1330 Aerospace Engine Manufacturing Performance Grant Program; established. signed by governor
HB1331 Agriculture and Consumer Services, Department of; recodifying laws pertaining to agriculture, etc. passed house
HB1332 DEQ; authority to issue and enforce permits, etc. related to air and water pollution. signed by governor
HB1333 Sexual battery; manner by which committed. dead
HB1334 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; acceptance of awards. enacted
HB1335 Natural Resources Commitment Fund; created. signed by governor
HB1336 Criminal case; deferred disposition. dead
HB1337 Children; unlawful for any person to leave in motor vehicle unattended child under age six. dead
HB1338 Firearm, etc.; increases from misdemeanor to felony for brandishing. dead
HB1339 Credit reports; authorizes consumer to freeze access thereto. in subcommittee
HB1340 Fire Programs Fund; increases rate of assessment. in subcommittee
HB1341 Indoor Clean Air Act; smoking in restaurants. dead
HB1342 Water and sewer charge; adds Isle of Wight County to localities that may attach lien on real estate. signed by governor
HB1343 Zoning ordinance; rezoning property to previous designation. dead
HB1344 License plates, special; issuance to United States Navy chief petty officers. dead
HB1345 Parking violations; grants James City County ability to impose civil penalties. signed by governor
HB1346 Parking ordinances; those adopted by James City County . dead
HB1347 Cigarette tax; authorizes any county to impose. dead
HB1348 Consumer utility tax; tax rate for residential customers. dead
HB1349 Unemployment compensation; leaving employment to follow spouse of clergy. dead
HB1350 Charter; City of Williamsburg. passed committee
HB1351 Payday Loan Act; requires SCC to contract with one or more parties to develop, etc. database. dead
HB1352 Game and Inland Fisheries, Board of; membership. passed committee
HB1353 Fire Prevention Code; prohibits locality from restricting manufacture, etc. of permissible firework. dead
HB1354 Substance abuse services; applications for funding. signed by governor
HB1355 Sewage treatment plants; expanded or upgraded facility may limit amount of septage. signed by governor
HB1356 Lottery Department; lottery sales agents. dead
HB1357 Taxpayer Surplus Relief Fund; established to provide tax relief. in subcommittee
HB1358 State agencies; procurement of nonprofessional services by certain. dead
HB1359 Planning and Budget, Department of; submissions of agency budget estimates to General Assembly. dead
HB1360 Planning and Budget, Director of Department; required to have searchable budget database website. dead
HB1361 Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; duties of Director. in committee
HB1362 Misuse of public assets; penalty. signed by governor
HB1363 Trademarks and service marks; registration and protection, penalties. signed by governor
HB1364 Income tax, state; subtraction for National Guard or Reserve personnel pay. dead
HB1365 Income tax, state; animal adoption fee tax credit. dead
HB1366 Probation; waiver of fourth amendment rights as condition. passed committee
HB1367 Freedom of Information Act; exemption for local government investment pool. signed by governor
HB1368 Judges, substitute or retired; increases per diem compensation. dead
HB1369 Incarceration of defendant; pending appeal of bond by attorney for State. dead
HB1370 Interpreters; use during testifying. dead
HB1371 Concealed handgun permittees; carrying firearms on public property. dead
HB1372 Honey houses; repeals inspection thereof. signed by governor
HB1373 Tuition, in-state; eligibility for Native Americans. dead
HB1374 Restricted permit; issuance thereof for license suspension for nonpayment of fines and costs. in subcommittee
HB1375 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed certain drivers. dead
HB1376 Crimes Against Minors and Sex Offender Registry; use of data by SAVIN. in committee
HB1377 Payday lending charges; establishes maximum annual interest rate.. in committee
HB1378 Incompetent defendants; disposition. in subcommittee
HB1379 Public Procurement Act; exempts purchase of product used with distilled spirits intended for resale. signed by governor
HB1380 Sewage systems; counties and towns may approve. dead
HB1381 Corporations; may be represented by an officer or an employee pro se before general district courts. dead
HB1382 Social Services, Department of; nonattorney employees to complete, sign, and file petitions, etc. signed by governor
HB1383 Life expectancy; evidence. dead
HB1384 Grand jurors; impartial and disinterest in outcome required when selecting. signed by governor
HB1385 Highway construction funds, primary and secondary; funds allocation. dead
HB1386 Service-disabled veteran-owned small business programs; aligns state's requirements with federal. signed by governor
HB1387 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); waiver of ineligibility period. in committee
HB1388 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain computer equipment. signed by governor
HB1389 Campaign contributions; requires PACs to report contributions for election of particular candidate. in subcommittee
HB1390 Higher educational institutions; operational authority therefor in information technology. signed by governor
HB1391 Bicentennial of American War of 1812 Commission and Fund; created, report. signed by governor
HB1392 Jail construction, local; State will reimburse up to one-half of capital costs. dead
HB1393 Motion picture production companies; expands tax incentives. dead
HB1394 Recordation tax; changes basis of calculation on transfer of real estate. dead
HB1395 Sexual assault; Dept. of State Police, etc. establish policies for responding to crimes involving. signed by governor
HB1396 Agritourism; Commissioner of Agriculture & Consumer Services to promote. dead
HB1397 Real estate brokers and salespersons; required disclosures. signed by governor
HB1398 Tire recycling fee; extended until July 1, 2011. signed by governor
HB1399 Alcoholic beverage control; farm wineries. signed by governor
HB1400 Minor's drug test; disclosure of results. in subcommittee
HB1401 Child support; administrative fees. dead
HB1402 Driver's license; provision of foreign language interpreter for applicant. dead
HB1403 Family life education; instruction on use of Food & Drug Administration contraception methods. dead
HB1404 Payday lending charges; establishes maximum annual interest rate. in committee
HB1405 Residential Property Disclosure Act; disclosure of storage tanks. dead
HB1406 Rural rustic road program; increases maximum average daily traffic volume for roads. signed by governor
HB1407 Restricted driver's license; issuance to operate motor vehicle during period of suspension passed house
HB1408 Betterment loans; Director of Department of Environmental Quality to determine eligibility therefor. dead
HB1409 Electric utility rates; incentives for use of alternatives and distributed generation. dead
HB1410 Campaign finance disclosure; political campaign advertisement requirements. signed by governor
HB1411 Income tax, state; age deduction income indexing. dead
HB1412 Railroad corporations; prohibits foreign control without approval of State Corporation Commission. dead
HB1413 Public utilities; required to use competitive bidding in purchasing and construction practices. signed by governor
HB1414 Concealed handgun permits; revocation upon notification of State Police. signed by governor
HB1415 Health insurance; extension of coverage funded by localities. dead
HB1416 Alcoholic beverage control; ABC Board to deduct percentage from its net profits. dead
HB1417 Claims; Kay F. Couch Johnson. dead
HB1418 State song; designates 'Cradle of Liberty'. dead
HB1419 Health insurance; coordination of benefits. dead
HB1420 Health, Department of; established as radiation control agency. enacted
HB1421 Renewable Energy Research Grant Program; established. dead
HB1422 Cemeteries; access thereto located on private property. signed by governor
HB1423 Cemeteries; purchasing property containing private cemetery shall not be moved, relocated, etc. dead
HB1424 Avian influenza; requires importer of poultry to test therefor. signed by governor
HB1425 No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education to make recommendation in regard to participation. signed by governor
HB1426 Juvenile and domestic relations district court; recording courtroom proceedings. dead
HB1427 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: SHAG DANCE CLUBS OF VIRGINIA. dead
HB1428 Real estate tax; Powhatan County may use higher income limits for exemptions for elderly, etc. in subcommittee
HB1429 Golf carts; operation on public highways within boundaries of Town of Claremont. signed by governor
HB1430 Single-family dwellings; extends effective date requiring Surry County to provide for clustering. dead
HB1431 Dental assistants; Board of Dentistry to regulate practice thereof. signed by governor
HB1432 Indoor Clean Air Act; smoking in restaurants in certain cities. dead
HB1433 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for telecommunication companies. dead
HB1434 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include Energy Star-rated light bulbs. dead
HB1435 Illegal aliens; presumption against admission to bail for those charged with criminal offense. in committee
HB1436 Line of Duty Act; funding for Line of Duty Health Benefits Trust Fund. dead
HB1437 Trees; conservation during land development process for air quality improvement. signed by governor
HB1438 Richard Bland College; specified as governmental instrumentality. signed by governor
HB1439 School employees; school board to develop policies to address complaints of sexual abuse thereby. signed by governor
HB1440 Public school students; school board to provide program for kidney disease screening. dead
HB1441 Legislative Services, Division of; responsible for annual report to all standing committee chairmen. signed by governor
HB1442 Ignition interlock limitations; persons with restricted license not to operate certain vehicles. passed house
HB1443 Energy generators; streamlined permitting process for those qualified. signed by governor
HB1444 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; abolishes Authority, taxes, etc., dedicated to operation. dead
HB1445 Schools for students with disabilities; administration of prescription medications. signed by governor
HB1446 Campaign finance disclosure reports; filing schedule for May elections. signed by governor
HB1447 Long-term care services; adds representatives of housing, etc. to coordination committees. signed by governor
HB1448 State park employees; Department of Conservation & Recreation to lease private residential property. signed by governor
HB1449 Higher educational institutions; crisis and emergency management plans. signed by governor
HB1450 Food and beverages tax; allows any county to impose. dead
HB1451 Limited partnerships; distributions of assets. dead
HB1452 Display of offensive objects or devices; prohibited on any vehicle. dead
HB1453 Transient occupancy tax; allows all 34 counties listed in statute to impose. signed by governor
HB1454 VDOT; waiver of certain entrance sight-distance requirements. dead
HB1455 Provisional ballot procedures; corrects reference in Code concerning handling thereof. signed by governor
HB1456 Hunting; persons with bow and arrow or crossbow may hunt on Sundays. dead
HB1457 Resources Authority; authorized to finance construction of local government buildings. signed by governor
HB1458 Freedom of Information Act; records and meetings of Innovative Technology Authority. signed by governor
HB1459 Small Business Financing Act; preferred lenders. signed by governor
HB1460 Retirement System; investments related to state sponsors of terrorism. dead
HB1461 Assisted living facilities; exempting certain from requirement to have license. dead
HB1462 Motor vehicle insurance; provide reductions to certain persons who complete DMV approved course. dead
HB1463 Group homes; no more than eight mentally ill, disabled, etc. to reside therein. signed by governor
HB1464 Trooper Robert A. Hill Memorial Bridge; designating as bridge over Route 58 in Southampton County. signed by governor
HB1465 Dogfighting; violations include attending such fights. in subcommittee
HB1466 Energy electric generating facilities; environmental impact of renewable. dead
HB1467 Leases; prohibited covenants. dead
HB1468 Laboratory results; exception to releasing records directly to patient. dead
HB1469 Identity theft; notice of database breach. signed by governor
HB1470 Homeowner warranty breach; tolling of limitations period. signed by governor
HB1471 Death certificates; clarifies who shall file. signed by governor
HB1472 Discrimination; employee's failure to speak English shall not constitute cause of action. dead
HB1473 Animal Identification System, National; Dept. of Agriculture & Consumer Services not to support. dead
HB1474 Citizenship Assistance Initiative Program; established. dead
HB1475 Central Criminal Records Exchange; clarifies orders for mental health treatment forwarded by court. in subcommittee
HB1476 Voting equipment; wireless communications at polling places, exceptions. signed by governor
HB1477 Elections; town election polling places and processes. signed by governor
HB1478 Pedestrian control signals; abide by words or symbols displayed thereon. signed by governor
HB1479 Real estate tax; relief for nonrelatives of owner or certain caregivers of elderly and handicapped. signed by governor
HB1480 Deputy sheriffs; locality allow those injured to use accrued leave to supplement workers' comp. signed by governor
HB1481 Contractors on school property; may request waiver from disqualification of providing services. passed committee
HB1482 Bears; non-lethal control measures. signed by governor
HB1483 Certified home inspection; revises definition. dead
HB1484 Funerals and burials; designation of persons authorized to make decisions. dead
HB1485 Native American Month and Day of Appreciation; changing reference thereto. in committee
HB1486 Dealer permits; local ordinances pertaining to real estate taxes for euthanizing companion animals. dead
HB1487 Mortgage Lender & Broker Act; SCC to enforce certain laws for home ownership protection. passed house
HB1488 Polygraph; no sexual offense victim shall be requested to submit for investigation to proceed. in subcommittee
HB1489 Foster care plan; eliminates requirement for child placed out of his home be filed by public agency. signed by governor
HB1490 Foreign business entities; must register with State and State Corporation Commission. signed by governor
HB1491 Temporary detention order; shall not exceed 96 hours. dead
HB1492 Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc., Board for; land surveyors. dead
HB1493 Nondiscrimination; prohibits discrimination in state government employment based on race, etc. dead
HB1494 Congressional, Senate, & House of Delegates districts; makes technical adjustment between districts. signed by governor
HB1495 Real estate lending practices; prohibits prepayment penalty if owner has occupied home over 2 years. dead
HB1496 Southwest Regional Recreation Authority; established. signed by governor
HB1497 Small business health insurance advisor; Sec. of Health and Human Resources to create position. dead
HB1498 Nursing home or facility beds; Health Commissioner may accept and issue applications therefor. signed by governor
HB1499 Legal aid services; increases fees collected by court therefor. dead
HB1500 Aerospace Advisory Council, Directors of NASA Langley and NASA Wallops, etc.; appointments. signed by governor
HB1501 Firefighters; task force to develop training standards, report. in committee
HB1502 Alcoholic beverage control; canal boat operator license created. signed by governor
HB1503 Real estate tax; exemptions for elderly and handicapped persons in certain cities and counties. signed by governor
HB1504 Compromised Data Notification Act; created. in subcommittee
HB1505 Payday Loan Act; requires SCC to contract with one or more parties to develop, etc. database. in committee
HB1506 Reckless driving; violation of right-of-way resulting in death of another. dead
HB1507 Trooper Charles Mark Cosslett Memorial Highway; designating as portion of Fairfax County Parkway. signed by governor
HB1508 Extended service contracts; revises definition thereof. signed by governor
HB1509 Oral and maxillofacial surgeons; certain data required dead
HB1510 Gang-related criminal information; Department of State Police to include in Crime in Va. report. signed by governor
HB1511 Changeable electronic variable message signs; imposes a moratorium on erection of advertisements. dead
HB1512 Health care sharing ministries; insurance laws do not apply. signed by governor
HB1513 Income tax; deduction for donations to health care sharing organizations. dead
HB1514 Income tax, corporate; apportionment for manufacturers. dead
HB1515 Public-Private Transportation Act; prohibits private entity from imposing tolls on Interstates. in committee
HB1516 Public-Private Transportation Act; prohibits private entity from imposing tolls on Interstate 81. signed by governor
HB1517 Criminal Records Exchange; prohibits person with mental health treatment from purchasing firearms. in committee
HB1518 Emergency protective orders; Executive Secretary to allow magistrates to use preliminary orders. dead
HB1519 Juveniles; released to detention home between 11 and 13 years of age. dead
HB1520 Sentencing order; creates a Class 1 misdemeanor for failing to comply. dead
HB1521 Embalmers and funeral directors; continuing education signed by governor
HB1522 Business Assistance, Department of; abolish & transfer duties to Economic Development Partnership. in committee
HB1523 Electric utilities; resource planning. signed by governor
HB1524 License and registration fees, additional; method of collection in certain localities. dead
HB1525 Infectious animal diseases; scrapie regulations for goats and sheep. dead
HB1526 Virginia Career Readiness Certificate Program; created, report. signed by governor
HB1527 Sewer charges; enforcement of certain when authority doesn't provide water services. signed by governor
HB1528 Southwest Virginia Health Facilities Authority; change in membership of board of directors. signed by governor
HB1529 Brown v. Board of Education Scholarship Awards Committee; clarifies awarding of scholarship. signed by governor
HB1530 Foster children; placement of siblings together. signed by governor
HB1531 Railroad corporation and railway company; liability for injury. dead
HB1532 Nursing home beds; Health Commissioner may accept applications & issue certificates of public need. dead
HB1533 Television Waste Recycling Act; established. dead
HB1534 Plastic carryout bags; retail merchant not to provide unless durable. dead
HB1535 Safety belts; makes non-use thereof primary offense. dead
HB1536 Constitutional officers; election for abolition thereof. passed committee
HB1537 Simulcast horse racing; redefines to include live or pre-recorded races. dead
HB1538 Public schools; abortion services prohibited. dead
HB1539 Income tax, state; tax credit for certain biodiesel fuels producers in State. in subcommittee
HB1540 Driver training schools; regulation by Department of Motor Vehicles. dead
HB1541 Vehicle protection product warranties; establishes requirements regarding provision thereof. dead
HB1542 District court employees; certain localities may supplement salaries. signed by governor
HB1543 Surgical complications; requires physicians to report. in subcommittee
HB1544 Concealed handguns; prohibits person from carrying into a restaurant. dead
HB1545 Consumer Protection Act; advertising at price after rebate. dead
HB1546 Weight limit; town ordinance thereof on certain roads. in committee
HB1547 21st Century Capital Improvement Program; created, report. passed senate
HB1548 Landfills; prohibits those publicly owned from accepting construction and demolition debris. dead
HB1549 Glass containers; on-premises licensees required to recycle. dead
HB1550 Service of process; plaintiff requesting on defendant where service was not had, plaintiff must pay. dead
HB1551 Overweight and overload permits; creates fee schedules therefor to help recover maintenance costs. passed house
HB1552 Erosion and sediment control plan; file specifications for stream restoration banks annually. signed by governor
HB1553 Motor fuels tax; prohibits Tax Commissioner from compromising & settling without consent. dead
HB1554 Public Procurement Act; awarding of contracts to small, women-, or minority-owned businesses. dead
HB1555 Lance Corporal Daniel Todd Morris Bridge; designating as bridge over I-81 at Steeles Tavern. signed by governor
HB1556 Unborn child pain information; requires doctors to offer to anesthetize fetus prior to abortion. in committee
HB1557 Mopeds; limitations on operation thereof. signed by governor
HB1558 Public Procurement Act; verification of legal presence of contractors for employment. dead
HB1559 Individual retirement accounts (IRAs); exemption from civil judgments. dead
HB1560 Real estate taxes; requires localities to permit real property owners to defer portion thereof. in subcommittee
HB1561 Local license tax; exemption for new businesses. dead
HB1562 Alcoholic beverage control; allows transfer of ABC license for purchaser of a licensed premises. signed by governor
HB1563 Telecommuting; Secretary of Technology report annually to General Assembly. dead
HB1564 Regional Industrial Facility Authority; provides that Wythe County may withdraw therefrom. dead
HB1565 Multicounty/City Transportation District; created. dead
HB1566 Speed limits; grants counties certain powers with regard to setting. dead
HB1567 Nutrient management training; voluntary program for commercial providers of lawn care, etc. dead
HB1568 Transfer of juveniles; consider after-discovered evidence not considered during transfer hearing. in subcommittee
HB1569 Deferred disposition; court dismiss any criminal case set forth re deferral & dismissal for crimes. dead
HB1570 Companion animals; sellers of dogs & cats adhere to sterilization requirements applied to shelters. dead
HB1571 Impact fees; restores provisions to how existed prior July 1, 2007 & repeals those passed in 2007. dead
HB1572 Comprehensive highway access management standards; Commissioner to promulgate in phases. signed by governor
HB1573 Central Virginia Regional Transportation Authority; created. dead
HB1574 Photo-monitoring systems; counties and cities may install to operate a traffic light signal. dead
HB1575 Oath of office; person elected to State office to make oath before notary if in military. signed by governor
HB1576 Pruitt, William A.; awarded handgun for noteworthy service to Marine Resources Commission. signed by governor
HB1577 Polling places; provides for extension of polling hours in emergency situations. dead
HB1578 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; refund of certain fees and taxes imposed thereby. signed by governor
HB1879 Real estate tax relief for the elderly and handicapped. introduced
HB5001 Capital outlay projects; issuance of bonds for facilities and other projects therefor, etc. signed by governor
HB6001 Highway construction funds; provides for allocation thereof for primary, urban, & secondary systems. in committee
HB6002 Transportation Trust Fund; increases amount of sales and use tax revenue dedicated thereto. in committee
HB6003 Highway construction funds; provides for allocation thereof for primary & secondary systems. in committee
HB6004 Highway maintenance funds; provides for allocation thereof by Transportation Board. in committee
HB6005 Transportation, Department of; independent audit required. in committee
HB6006 Transportation Trust Fund; revenues and royalties to State from offshore drilling dedicated thereto. in committee
HB6007 Motor fuels tax; eliminates current cents per gallon and replaces it with 5% sales and use tax. in committee
HB6008 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; abolishes Authority & taxes, fees, etc. dedicated thereto. in committee
HB6009 Trooper Robert Tinsley Lohr Memorial Bridge; designating as Rt. 207 bridge over I-95 in Caroline. in committee
HB6010 Trooper Robin Lee Farmer Memorial Bridge; designating as Rt. 639 bridge over I-95 in Caroline Co. in committee
HB6011 Highway systems; Transportation Board to determine allocation of maintenance funds therefor. in committee
HB6012 Highway maintenance; increase of sales and use tax, provided approved by voter referendum. in committee
HB6013 Transportation Board; election of non-at-large members, and Transportation Commissioner. in committee
HB6014 Interstate Public-Private Partnership Compact; repeals establishment thereof. in committee
HB6015 Park-and-ride facilities; Transportation Board to establish expansion fund. in committee
HB6016 Secondary highway system; improvements of existing highways not subject to certain standards, etc. in committee
HB6017 Food and beverage tax; allows counties to impose without referendum. in committee
HB6018 Retail Sales and Use Tax; dedication of portion of current revenue for transportation. in committee
HB6019 Hampton Roads highway districts; requests for proposals or tolling of certain highway facilities. in committee
HB6020 PPTA of 1995; issuance of requests for proposals thereunder for Hampton Roads highway projects. in committee
HB6021 Highway maintenance funds; provides method by which Transportation Board is to allocate funds. in committee
HB6022 License plates, special; issuance to veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom. in committee
HB6023 Transportation agencies; Auditor of Public Accounts to administer an operational, etc. audit. in committee
HB6024 Income tax, state; telework tax credit to aide transportation, report. in committee
HB6025 Highway maintenance; allocation of funds by Transportation Board to counties for highway systems. in committee
HB6026 Transportation; provides statewide and regional transportation funding by increasing certain taxes. in committee
HB6027 Transportation Board; may enter into fixed-price contracts for materials, etc. for construction. in committee
HB6028 Light rail system; proposal for extension from Norfolk to beachfront in Virginia Beach. in committee
HB6029 Transportation administration and funding; eliminating and replacing certain state fees and taxes. in committee
HB6030 Transportation Capital Projects Bond Act of 2008; created. in committee
HB6031 Vehicle overweight and overload fees; establishment by Transportation Board of new schedule thereof. in committee
HB6032 Efficiency in Government Advisory Councils; established. in committee
HB6033 Commonwealth Competition Council; repeals, monetary savings applied to Transportation Trust Fund. in committee
HB6034 Law, Department of; establishment of Division of Human Rights; elimination of Human Rights Council. in committee
HB6035 Virginia Museum of Natural History and Science Museum of Virginia; consolidation thereof. in committee
HB6036 Alcoholic beverage control; Board to study on how to privatize government stores, etc. in committee
HB6037 Consumer Affairs, Department of; established, removed from Dept. of Agriculture & Consumer Services. in committee
HB6038 Letting of contracts; Transportation Board to determine which transportation projects to be funded. in committee
HB6039 Motor fuels; quarterly reporting thereof sold to retailers. in committee
HB6040 Highway construction funds, primary; allocates funds among State's 23 planning districts. in committee
HB6041 Secondary highway system; excludes certain subdivision & local subdivision streets from being taken. in committee
HB6042 Transportation administration and funding; eliminating and replacing certain state fees and taxes. in committee
HB6043 Commercial motor vehicles; driving on right-most lane of any interstate highway. introduced
HB6044 PPTA; schedule of deadlines for consideration of solicited or unsolicited proposals made to VDOT. introduced
HB6045 Motor vehicle titles; transfer of titles for vehicles brought into State from another state. introduced
HB6046 Transportation agencies; Auditor of Public Accounts to administer an operational, etc. audit. introduced
HB6047 Highway bridge maintenance & reconstruction; Transportation Board to issue contracts for projects. introduced
HB6048 Transportation Trust Fund; dedication of existing retail sales and use tax revenues thereto. introduced
HB6049 Naming rights to highways, etc.; Transportation Board to grant to individuals & certain businesses. introduced
HB6050 Transportation Board; repeals authorization to issue bonds in an amount not to exceed $3 billion. introduced
HB6051 Joint Commission on Transportation Accountability. introduced
HB6052 Commonwealth Transportation Capital Projects Bond Act of 2007. introduced
HJ1 Commending the William Fleming High School boys' basketball team passed house
HJ2 Requesting the Governor to implement recommendations of 2002 Governor's Commission on Efficiency. dead
HJ3 Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (second reference). in subcommittee
HJ4 Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (second reference). dead
HJ5 Right Choices for Youth Month in Virginia; designating as October 2008, and each succeeding year. passed committee
HJ6 Commending the Highland Springs High School boys' basketball team passed house
HJ7 Celebrating the life of Finnella Saunders Fearnow. passed house
HJ8 Celebrating the life of Theodore F. Woody, Jr. passed house
HJ9 Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Jeremy L. Tinnel. passed house
HJ10 Celebrating the life of Robert H. Shackelford, Jr. passed house
HJ11 Celebrating the life of Murice Grayson Balderson. passed house
HJ12 Commending Dr. Farrar W. Howard. passed house
HJ13 Celebrating the life of Rebecca Clary Harris. passed house
HJ14 Celebrating the life of Robert M. Sager. passed house
HJ15 Consumer credit reports; joint subcommittee to study security freezes thereon. dead
HJ16 Celebrating the life of Garry Harrison Clatterbuck. passed house
HJ17 Commending the the SPCA of Winchester, Frederick, and Clarke Counties on its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ18 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans (first reference). dead
HJ19 Constitutional amendment; assessments of real property and tax rates (first reference). dead
HJ20 Constitutional amendment; restriction on entities that may impose taxes (first reference). dead
HJ21 Constitutional amendment; restriction on entities that may impose taxes (first reference). dead
HJ22 Residential and commercial development, new; joint subcommittee to study identifiable costs. in committee
HJ23 Commending the University of Virginia Hospital Auxiliary on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ24 Commending Sweet Union Baptist Church on the occasion of its 97th anniversary passed house
HJ25 Commending William Sinkler. passed house
HJ26 Dyslexia Awareness Month; designating as October 2008, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed committee
HJ27 Valentines, Virginia Day; designating as February 14, 2008, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed committee
HJ28 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
HJ29 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). dead
HJ30 Commending the 82nd Airborne Division on the occasion of its 90th anniversary. passed house
HJ31 General Assembly; establishing schedule for conduct of business during 2008 Regular Session. passed house
HJ32 General Assembly; establishing prefiling schedule for 2009 Regular Session. passed house
HJ33 Celebrating the life of Marion Wingfield Johnson. passed house
HJ34 Commending Dr. Robert Powell. passed house
HJ35 Health care, indigent; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. dead
HJ36 Constitutional amendment; appointment of members to Board of Education (first reference). dead
HJ37 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ38 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans (first reference). dead
HJ39 Commending the Eastern Shore Chapter of the Colonial Dames XVII Century on the occasion of its 40th. passed house
HJ40 Commending Dr. Robert Bruce Stroube. passed house
HJ41 Adoption Awareness Month; recognizing as November 2008, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed committee
HJ42 Real ID Act; memorializing Congress to repeal or amend. dead
HJ43 Higher educational institutions, online; Council of Higher Education to study establishment thereof. dead
HJ44 Service Fee Directory; comprehensive information system to replace or revise. dead
HJ45 Commending Gail Lee. passed house
HJ46 Service Fee Directory; comprehensive information system to replace or revise. dead
HJ47 Medical doctors; joint subcommittee to study current and impending severe shortage thereof. dead
HJ48 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds. dead
HJ49 Celebrating the life of Richard Earl Connellee, Sr. passed house
HJ50 Commending the Town of Elkton on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ51 Unemployment compensation benefits; Commission on Unemployment Compensation to study. passed house
HJ52 Circuit Court Clerks' Offices, Joint Subcommittee Studying Operations of; continued. dead
HJ53 Health insurance market, commercial; JLARC to study measures to increase competition. dead
HJ54 Commending the Epilepsy Foundation of Virginia's Use a Helmet:Prevent Epilepsy program. passed house
HJ55 Commending Dr. Marcella F. Fierro. passed house
HJ56 Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (second reference). in subcommittee
HJ57 Celebrating the life of George Robert Preas. passed house
HJ58 Celebrating the life of Commander William Boyle Bagbey. passed house
HJ59 Celebrating the life of Ann Weinstein. passed house
HJ60 Commending the American Red Cross Roanoke Valley Chapter. passed house
HJ61 Commending First Baptist Church on the occasion of its 140th anniversary passed house
HJ62 Public service academy, national; urging Congress to create. dead
HJ63 Fort Belvoir; joint subcommittee to study impact of Defense Base Closure. dead
HJ64 DC Metro; Secretary of Transportation to study extension from Woodbridge and Potomac Mills. dead
HJ65 Celebrating the life of William Littleton Winston. passed house
HJ66 Commending Hopeful Baptist Church on the occasion of its 200th anniversary. passed house
HJ67 Constitutional amendment; payment of sales or use taxes in advance of collections (first reference). dead
HJ68 LEED; DGS to adopt standards for new state office buildings. dead
HJ69 Long-term care needs; Joint Commission on Health Care to study alternative solutions. dead
HJ70 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
HJ71 Small businesses; joint subcommittee to study procurement of health insurance. dead
HJ72 Seaports; joint subcommittee to study public-private partnership. passed house
HJ73 Governor's Nutrition and Physical Activity Award Program; school divisions to implement standards. dead
HJ74 Childhood Obesity in Public Schools, Joint Subcommittee Studying; continued. dead
HJ75 Businesses, private; joint subcommittee to study local incentives provided for economic development. passed house
HJ76 Recognizing the Town of Independence as the Official Home of the Grand Privy Race in Virginia. passed committee
HJ77 Resolution; Commending "Cool Cities" and "Cool Counties" of the Commonwealth. passed house
HJ78 Commending Virginia Commonwealth University Institute for Women's Health. passed house
HJ79 Physicians, etc.; barring from prescribing an alternative brand of medicine for financial incentive. passed house
HJ80 Consolidating certain departments; Governor to determine appropriate methods and timing, report. dead
HJ81 Lottery Department; consolidating certain departments into one, report. dead
HJ82 Budget database; House and Senate Committees recognizing need to establish searchable website. in subcommittee
HJ83 Elementary and Secondary School Funding, 2002 Review of; joint subcommittee to examine. dead
HJ84 Affordable housing; Housing Commission to study methods for procuring units for public employees. dead
HJ85 School boards; JLARC to study implications of granting fiscal autonomy to those elected. dead
HJ86 Security & Prosperity Partnership of North America; U.S. to withdraw threrefrom. dead
HJ87 Real estate tax; joint subcommittee to study treatment of income & asset qualifications for relief. dead
HJ88 Students with disabilities; joint subcommittee to study transition process from school to work. dead
HJ89 Southeastern Public Service Authority; Auditor of Public Accounts to collect, receive, etc. data. passed house
HJ90 Science, etc. Education in State at Elementary, etc. Levels, Joint Subcom. studying; continued. passed house
HJ91 Higher educational institutions; joint subcommittee to study ways State may work closer therewith. passed house
HJ92 Electronic license plate recognition systems; Secretary of Public Safety to study. dead
HJ93 Foster care; Department of Social Services to study and develop code of ethics and responsibilty. dead
HJ94 Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS); encouraging Governor to initiate memorandum of agreement. dead
HJ95 Memorial resolution; Dr. Milton Ende. passed house
HJ96 Celebrating the life of Albert J. Wright, Sr. passed house
HJ97 Commending Juanita Blick Evans-Fells. introduced
HJ98 Bus rapid transit corridors; joint subcommittee to study establishment thereof in Northern VA. dead
HJ99 Colleges and universities; joint subcommittee to study merits of operating in State year-round. in committee
HJ100 Hospitality-related services & functions; Dept. of Conservation & Recreation to study privatization. dead
HJ101 Medical errors; Joint Commission on Health Care to study various responses. dead
HJ102 Health insurance; JLARC to study providing income tax credit to employers that provide to employees. dead
HJ103 Redistricting process; joint subcommittee to study. dead
HJ104 Standards of Quality and Standards of Learning; Board of Education to recommend changes, report. dead
HJ105 Autism services; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. passed house
HJ106 Fluorescent light bulbs; Recycling Markets Development Council to study costs and benefits of recy. dead
HJ107 Underage drinking prevention programs; Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control to study. dead
HJ108 Affordable housing; Departments of Housing and Community Development, and Taxation to study. dead
HJ109 Coal-fired generation facilities; JLARC to study risk of further investment. dead
HJ110 Law-enforceent and judicial personnel; JLARC to study autism education and training available. in committee
HJ111 Dillon Rule; joint subcommittee to study. dead
HJ112 Beverage containers; JLARC to include in two-year study analysis of effectiveness of recovery, etc. dead
HJ113 Juvenile justice system; State Crime Commission to continue its study. passed house
HJ114 Public's right to float, fish, and navigate waters of State; joint subcommittee to study. dead
HJ115 Science and Engineering Graduates, Joint Subcommittee Studying Shortage of; continued. in committee
HJ116 Energy-efficient office buildings and public buildings; joint subcommittee to study option therefor. dead
HJ117 Craney Island Dredged Materials Management Area; JLARC to study impact of greater elevations. dead
HJ118 Legislative efficiency; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study & recommend improv. dead
HJ119 Small business; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study impact of eVirginia thereon. passed house
HJ120 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
HJ121 Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (second reference). in subcommittee
HJ122 Constitutional amendment; localities computation of real estate taxes (first reference). dead
HJ123 Constitutional amendment; defines term public uses & specifies which private property may be taken. dead
HJ124 Constitutional amendment; provides that English is official language of State. dead
HJ125 Illegal immigration; memorializing Congress to pursue solutions. dead
HJ126 Ecumenical Patriarch; encouraging Government of Turkey to grant certain rights. dead
HJ127 Project Lead the Way Launch program; encouraging school divisions to consider launching. dead
HJ128 International education programs; encouraging higher educ. institutions to enhance opportunities. dead
HJ129 25X25 Project; General Assembly to support to increase energy security. dead
HJ130 Ronald Reagan Day; designating as February 6, 2008, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed committee
HJ131 Plumbing Industry Week; designating as April 27 through May 3, 2008. passed committee
HJ132 Brain Injury Awareness Month; designating as March 2008, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed committee
HJ133 Celebrating the life of William Baldwin Bynum. passed house
HJ134 Celebrating the life of Bruce Dallas. passed house
HJ135 Celebrating the life of Benjamin R. Gardner. passed house
HJ136 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Mason Lee Lewis. passed house
HJ137 Celebrating the life of Nelson Showalter Gardner. passed house
HJ138 Celebrating the life of Mary Coyle. passed house
HJ139 Commending Dr. William Ferguson Reid. passed house
HJ140 Commending Juanita Blick Evans-Fells. passed house
HJ141 Commending William H. Kline, Jr. passed house
HJ142 Commending Downing's United Methodist Church on the occasion of its 225th anniversary. passed house
HJ143 Commending the Edward H. Nabb Research Center. passed house
HJ144 Commending the Richmond Gay Community Foundation. passed house
HJ145 Commending the Westfield High School football team. passed house
HJ146 Commending the Chantilly High School cheerleading squad. passed house
HJ147 V-Prize Foundation; commending and encouraging the Space Transportation Office to study. passed house
HJ148 Commending the Virginia Forest Products Association on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ149 Commending Charles W. Ahrend. passed house
HJ150 Commending Donald J. Ford. passed house
HJ151 Commending the Turner Ashby High School baseball team. passed house
HJ152 General Assembly; notifying the Governor of organization. passed house
HJ153 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; study competitive bidding on projects thereunder. dead
HJ154 Firearms; joint subcommittee to study laws and policies relating to purchase, etc. in state. dead
HJ155 Emergency responses; Hampton Roads Planning District Commission to study automatic aide. passed house
HJ156 Public health emergencies; Commission on Local Government to study need for contingency plans. dead
HJ157 State entities; Joint Commission on Transportation Accountability to study functions & authorities. dead
HJ158 Highway Trust Fund, federal; joint subcommittee to study impact on State of decline in funding. dead
HJ159 U.S. Route 460 Communications Committee; extends mandate, report. passed house
HJ160 Juvenile justice system; joint subcommittee to study efficacy and possible changes to improve. in committee
HJ161 Public school teachers; joint subcommittee to study establishing merit pay and bonus system. dead
HJ162 Bonds or other investment activity of state government; JLARC to study issuance and administration. dead
HJ163 Companion animals; joint subcommittee to study issues relating thereto. dead
HJ164 Contractors, licensed; Commission on Immigration to study hiring of undocumented workers & impact. dead
HJ165 Aging; joint subcommittee to study reducing cost of caring for population in State. dead
HJ166 Public schools; Board of Education et al. to study use of certain cleaning & maintenance products. dead
HJ167 Vacant residential units; Housing Commission to study problem in densely populated urban areas. dead
HJ168 Payday lending industry; JLARC to study. dead
HJ169 Plastic bags; Department of Environmental Quality to study policies to mitigate negative effects. dead
HJ170 Teachers; joint subcommittee to study shortage in State. dead
HJ171 Endocrine disrupting compounds; Department of Environmental Quality to study effects on environment. dead
HJ172 Vision care services and products; JLARC to study impact of current law impeding accessibility. dead
HJ173 Consumers; joint subcommittee to study access to credit in State. dead
HJ174 Health care professionals, licensed; Joint Commission on Health Care to study competence. dead
HJ175 School boards; JLARC to study implications of granting fiscal autonomy to those elected. dead
HJ176 Public schools; Joint Commission on Technology and Science to study open education resources. dead
HJ177 Multistate corporations; joint subcommittee to study benefits of adopting a single sales factor. passed house
HJ178 Development and land use tools; joint subcommittee to study. passed house
HJ179 Chronic truancy and dropout preventions; Board of Education to study need for and ways of improving. dead
HJ180 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ181 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
HJ182 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference). dead
HJ183 Immigration Agreement; requesting Governor to enter into. dead
HJ184 Wild Spanish mustangs; recognizing historic value and importance of last known herd living. passed committee
HJ185 Governor's Schools; school divisions to consider forming committees to establish in math, etc. dead
HJ186 Celebrating the life of Roy Otis Brown, Sr. passed house
HJ187 Celebrating the life of Howard Nathaniel Williams. passed house
HJ188 Celebrating the life of Obadiah Colander. passed house
HJ189 Celebrating the life of Herman T. Benn. passed house
HJ190 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Thelma Norfleet. passed house
HJ191 Commending Chums Club of Suffolk on the occasion of its 70th anniversary. passed house
HJ192 Commending the North Tazewell Lions Club on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ193 Vision care services and products; JLARC to study impact of current law impeding accessibility. dead
HJ194 Hampton Roads; joint subcommittee to study transportation network. passed house
HJ195 Development rights; joint subcommittee to study transfer thereof. passed house
HJ196 Insurance agents; SCC's Bureau of Insurance to collect certain demographic & other information. passed house
HJ197 Commending the University of Mary Washington and James Madison University passed house
HJ198 Commending Charles F. Bryan, Jr. passed house
HJ199 Commending the Monticello High School football team. introduced
HJ200 Williamsburg Session; to be held at Colonial Williamsburg on January 26, 2008. passed committee
HJ201 Commending the Town of Kenbridge on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ202 Commending the Fishburne Military School rifle team. passed house
HJ203 Commending the Hanover High School girls's softball team. passed house
HJ204 Commending the Hanover High School wrestling team. passed house
HJ205 Commending the Hanover High School football team. passed house
HJ206 Commending the Monticello High School football team. passed house
HJ207 Health care professionals, licensed; Joint Commission on Health Care to study competence. dead
HJ208 Celebrating the life of Allan McClain. passed house
HJ209 Celebrating the life of Edwin Green Penn IV. passed house
HJ210 Commending Jane E. Ogletree. passed house
HJ211 Commending the Thomas Dale High School boys' volleyball team. passed house
HJ212 Commending Deep Run High School Key Club. passed house
HJ213 Commending Alyssa Lang. passed house
HJ214 Commending Susan Worley. passed house
HJ215 Jails, local and regional; joint subcommittee to study mental health services. dead
HJ216 Celebrating the life of Mary Ann Sanders Brandt. passed house
HJ217 Commending Northeast Solite Corporation on the occasion of its 60th anniversary. passed house
HJ218 Commending Inova Alexandria Hospital. passed house
HJ219 Judges; election in circuit, general district, and juvenile & domestic relations district courts. passed house
HJ220 Philippine Independence Day; designating as June 12, 2008, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed committee
HJ221 Celebrating the life of Lester P. Fitzwater, Jr. passed house
HJ222 Celebrating the life of John T. Fisher, Jr. passed house
HJ223 Celebrating the life of Collins H. Howlett III. passed house
HJ224 Memorial resolution; Dr. Francis Merrill Foster, Sr passed house
HJ225 Commending The Lincoln Society of Virginia. passed house
HJ226 Commending the Jewish families of Berkley, Virginia. passed house
HJ227 Commending the National/International Cultural Exhibits on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ228 Commending Dr. Ralph Stanley. passed house
HJ229 Commending the Richmond Crusade for Voters. passed house
HJ230 Commending Robert F. Horan, Jr. passed house
HJ231 Game and Inland Fisheries, Board of; public participation when proposing regulations. passed house
HJ232 Memorial resolution; Edward Lee Andrews, Jr. passed house
HJ233 Celebrating the life of Jack Carper. passed house
HJ234 Commending Jeanette Lancaster. passed house
HJ235 Commending TWIG Junior Auxiliary of Inova Alexandria Hospital on the occasion of its 75th anniver. passed house
HJ236 Commending Stop Child Abuse Now of Northern Virginia on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. passed house
HJ237 Innovative Technology, Center for; innovation index, report. dead
HJ238 Family caregivers; Joint Commission on Health Care to study support services therefor. dead
HJ239 Celebrating the life of Robert Filmore Jones. passed house
HJ240 Celebrating the life of Emory Larkin Turner. passed house
HJ241 Celebrating the life of Howard Donald King. passed house
HJ242 Celebrating the life of William White Deskins. passed house
HJ243 Commending Catherine Carson Rigg. passed house
HJ244 Commending Elk Knob Elementary School. passed house
HJ245 Constitutional amendment; supervision of schools by local government & administrative officer. dead
HJ246 Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS); encouraging utilization thereof. dead
HJ247 International education; recognizing importance in higher educational institutions. dead
HJ248 Biosciences and biotechnology; joint subcommittee to study and advance development and enhancement. passed house
HJ249 Celebrating the life of Sergeant David Eugene Lambert. passed house
HJ250 Celebrating the life of Frank Randall Marrs. passed house
HJ251 Celebrating the life of Oliver White Hill, Sr. passed house
HJ252 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Darrel Rollins. passed house
HJ253 Celebrating the life of M. Ralph Page. passed house
HJ254 Celebrating the life of Walter A. Bowry, Jr. passed house
HJ255 Celebrating the life of Rhoda Brown Sisisky. passed house
HJ256 Celebrating the life of Dr. Isabel Wood Rogers. passed house
HJ257 Celebrating the lfe of Robert W. Speight, Sr. passed house
HJ258 Celebrating the life of Margaret Estes Hupp. passed house
HJ259 Celebrating the life of Vivian May Nilsen. passed house
HJ260 Commending Joseph Viar, Jr. passed house
HJ261 Commending Hilda M. Barg. passed house
HJ262 Commending New Kent County which joined the 'Cool Counties' initiative. passed house
HJ263 Speaker of House of Delegates; confirming appointments. passed house
HJ264 Celebrating the life of Travis William Rogers. passed house
HJ265 Commending Lonnie Forest Craft. passed house
HJ266 Commending Jon Fried. passed house
HJ267 Commending BRCC SIFE -- Blue Ridge Community College Students in Free Enterprise team. passed house
HJ268 Commending Augusta and Rockbridge Counties 4-H livestock judging team. passed house
HJ269 Celebrating the life of Lee Campbell Tait. passed house
HJ270 Celebrating the life of Arthur M. Ratliff, Jr. passed house
HJ271 Celebrating the life of Thomas E. Bowling, Jr. passed house
HJ272 Celebrating the life of Sue-Sheila Strong Keener. passed house
HJ273 Commending the Virginia Holocaust Museum. passed house
HJ274 Commending the Gretna High School football team. passed house
HJ275 Commending Theodore V. Morrison, Jr. passed house
HJ276 Celebrating the life of Adele A. Zmarzly. passed house
HJ277 Celebrating the life of James Tolleison Morriss V. passed house
HJ278 Commending Grace Anne Braxton. passed house
HJ279 Commending the valuable work of Virginias health safety net and its many private sector supporters. passed house
HJ280 Commending Thomas R. Smigiel, Jr. passed house
HJ281 Commending Chris Long. passed house
HJ282 Commending Shelby J. Marshall. passed house
HJ283 Celebrating the life of Claude Harrison Van Dyke. passed house
HJ284 Commending Jeffrey C. Dietze. passed house
HJ285 Celebrating the life of William Howard Van Dyke. passed house
HJ286 Celebrating the life of Jo Ann Davis. passed house
HJ287 Celebrating the life of Eve Marie Wilson. passed house
HJ288 Celebrating the life of Private First Class Thomas Randolph Wilson. passed house
HJ289 Celebrating the life of Emily Jane Hilscher. passed house
HJ290 Celebrating the life of John Neff Neese. passed house
HJ291 Commending the Richmond Area Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America. passed house
HJ292 Commending the Virginia Institute of Pastoral Care. passed house
HJ293 Commending Jennifer Mitchell. passed house
HJ294 Commending Jon Fried. passed house
HJ295 Commending the Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy. passed house
HJ296 Commending Shannon Beam. passed house
HJ297 Commending Evelyn Aguirre. passed house
HJ298 Commending William H. Leighty. passed house
HJ299 Joint Assembly; receiving Governor and other distinguished guests, and establish rules of conduct. passed house
HJ300 Celebrating the life of Joseph C. Carter, Jr. passed house
HJ301 Celebrating the life of Philip Bagley III. passed house
HJ302 Commending Virginia Lodge No. 177 AF&AM on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed house
HJ303 Williamsburg session. passed house
HJ304 Commending the National Fruit Product Company, Inc. passed house
HJ305 Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm and the Bay Friendly Farms. passed house
HJ306 Celebrating the life of Deputy Jason Edward Mooney. passed house
HJ307 Celebrating the life of William A. Strauss. passed house
HJ308 Celebrating the life of W. Barry Lisagor. passed house
HJ309 Celebrating the life of Erling Bailey, Sr. passed house
HJ310 Celebrating the life of Mildred Callahan Jones. passed house
HJ311 Commending Janet Zitt. passed house
HJ312 Commending Hunter Walker. passed house
HJ313 Commending Glenn Proctor. passed house
HJ314 Commending the Strasburg High School baseball team. passed house
HJ315 Commending the Strasburg High School girls' volleyball team. passed house
HJ316 Celebrating the life of A. W. Horton, Jr. passed house
HJ317 Celebrating the life of Vincent James Olson. passed house
HJ318 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Jonathan M. Forde. passed house
HJ319 Commending the Vienna Police Department on the occasion of its 60th anniversary. passed house
HJ320 Commending First Baptist Church of Vienna on the occasion of its 140th anniversary. passed house
HJ321 Celebrating the life of Regina Ann Brewer. passed house
HJ322 Celebrating the life of George C. Austin. passed house
HJ323 Commending the Graves family. passed house
HJ324 Commending Melanie Norris. passed house
HJ325 Commending Margaret Lucille Waggoner Young. passed house
HJ326 Commending the Eastern Shore of Virginia Chapter of the National Society of the DAR. passed house
HJ327 Commending William H. Littlepage. passed house
HJ328 Commending the Town of Phenix on the occasion of its 100th anniversary passed house
HJ329 Commending NASA on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ330 Celebrating the life of Petty Officer Second Class (SEAL) Joseph Clark Schwedler. passed house
HJ331 Celebrating the life of Petty Officer First Class (SEAL) Jason D. Lewis. passed house
HJ332 Celebrating the life of Petty Officer First Class Robert R. McRill. passed house
HJ333 Celebrating the life of Petty Officer First Class Steven P. Daugherty. passed house
HJ334 Celebrating the life of Seaman Freddie Neal Porter, Jr. passed house
HJ335 Celebrating the life of Chief Petty Officer (SEAL) Mark T. Carter. passed house
HJ336 Commending Barter Theatre on the occasion of its 75th anniversary. passed house
HJ337 Commending Special Operator Senior Chief Petty Officer (SEAL) Douglas M. Day. passed house
HJ338 Commending Jerusalem Baptist Church on the occasion of its 130th anniversary. passed house
HJ339 Commending the Town of Chincoteague on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ340 Commending Rebecca Pepin. passed house
HJ341 Commending the State of Israel on the occasion of its 60th anniversary. passed house
HJ342 Commending the Norfolk Botanical Garden on the occasion of its 70th anniversary. passed house
HJ343 Celebrating the life of Edna Cregger Clark. passed house
HJ344 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Jonathan Kilian Dozier. passed house
HJ345 Celebrating the life of Kyle Robert Wilson. passed house
HJ346 Celebrating the life of Myron Boyd Jones. passed house
HJ347 Celebrating the life of Jerry Laymon Falwell. passed house
HJ348 Celebrating the life of Martha K. Glennan. passed house
HJ349 Celebrating the life of Peter Don Rose. passed house
HJ350 Celebrating the life of Jane Maury Denton. passed house
HJ351 Commending Hugh Rosser. passed house
HJ352 Commending Buddy Hayes. passed house
HJ353 Commemorating the 40th anniversary of Charles C. Green, et al. v. County School Board of New Kent. passed house
HJ354 Commending Quinton Volunteer Fire & EMS, New Kent Company Two on its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ355 Commending the Fairfax County school winners of the Governor's Award for Educational Execllence. passed house
HJ356 Commending Margaret Thomas. passed house
HJ357 Commending Joey Goodrich. passed house
HJ358 Commending the Chesapeake Bay Foundation on the 20th anniversary of Clean the Bay Day. passed house
HJ359 Commending Nick Manning. passed house
HJ360 Commending the Virginia National Guard. passed house
HJ361 Commending the Garden Club of Virginia on the occasion of its 75th anniversary of Historic Gard. Wk passed house
HJ362 Ms. Wheelchair Virginia Day. passed committee
HJ363 Celebrating the life of Richard G. Darman. passed house
HJ364 Commending Peter Zaino. passed house
HJ365 Commending John Thomas. passed house
HJ366 Commending Jack Moline. passed house
HJ367 Commending the Stone Bridge High School football team. passed house
HJ368 Commending Sterling Grooms. passed house
HJ369 Commending Tina H. Allman. passed house
HJ370 Commending the Virginia Law Foundation. passed house
HJ371 Commending Virginia Councils of the Boy Scouts of America. passed house
HJ372 Judges; election in Supreme Court of Virginia and Court of Appeals. passed house
HJ373 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Derek Ramond Banks. passed house
HJ374 Celebrating the life of Welty H. Hensley. passed house
HJ375 Celebrating the life of Marvin Lee Nida. passed house
HJ376 Celebrating the life of Erin Peterson. passed house
HJ377 Celebrating the life of Reema Samaha. passed house
HJ378 Commending Bill Aden. passed house
HJ379 Commending Roseann Runte. passed house
HJ380 Commending the United States Army Reserve on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ381 Celebrating the life of Kathy Rae Frahm. passed house
HJ382 Commending Diana F. Cantor. passed house
HJ383 Celebrating the life of Steven Lowell Nock. passed house
HJ384 Commending the Western Albemarle High School field hockey team. passed house
HJ385 Celebrating the life of Carl Gladstone Peterson. passed house
HJ386 Celebrating the life of Alex John Keepers. passed house
HJ387 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Richard Francis Andersen, Jr. passed house
HJ388 Commending the Mills E. Godwin High School girls' tennis team. passed house
HJ389 Commending Ruth Overton. passed house
HJ390 Commending Tetra Partnerships. passed house
HJ391 Commending JBG Companies. passed house
HJ392 Commending Judith Hines. passed house
HJ393 Commending James W. Dunn. passed house
HJ394 Commending the Patrick County Music Association. passed house
HJ395 Celebrating the life of Mitchell Van Yahres. passed house
HJ396 Celebrating the life of Private Daniel Patrick Fisher. passed house
HJ397 Celebrating the life of Private First Class Rush Marshall Jenkins. passed house
HJ398 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Ryan K. Betton. passed house
HJ399 Commending Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed house
HJ400 Celebrating the life of Joseph A. Johnson. passed house
HJ401 Celebrating the life of Sarah Eldred Terry. passed house
HJ402 Commending the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership on the occasion of its 15th anniversary. passed house
HJ403 Commending the Town of Ashland on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed house
HJ404 Commending Inova Fair Oaks Hospital on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. passed house
HJ405 Commending the Viking Patrol of Falls Church. passed house
HJ406 Commending Mount Calvary Baptist Church on the occasion of its 115th anniversary. passed house
HJ407 Celebrating the life of D. Henry Almond. passed house
HJ408 Celebrating the life of Junior James Spurrier. passed house
HJ409 Celebrating the life of Louise Towles English. passed house
HJ410 Commending the DuPont James River Plant. passed house
HJ411 Commending Hill Street Baptist Church on the occasion of its 115th anniversary. passed house
HJ412 Commending the Tennessee Valley Authority. passed house
HJ413 Commending Angela G. Lawson. passed house
HJ414 Commending Leah Paige Truitt. passed house
HJ415 Commending Joe Fleming. passed house
HJ416 Commending the Honorable Robert Brooks Edwards. passed house
HJ417 Commending William E. Laine, Jr. passed house
HJ418 Commending Tidewater Community College on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. passed house
HJ419 Celebrating the life of Thomas W. Farrell. passed house
HJ420 Celebrating the life of Posey Glenn Oyler. passed house
HJ421 Celebrating the life of Samuel H. Rosenblatt. passed house
HJ422 Celebrating the life of Laurens Lee Miles. passed house
HJ423 Celebrating the life of Thomas Roswell Mayfield. passed house
HJ424 Commending the Honorable Julian Hines Raney, Jr. passed house
HJ425 Commending Edward Jackson LeSueur. passed house
HJ426 Commending the Richmond Council of the U.S. Navy League on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ427 Commending Patricia Herr. passed house
HJ428 Commending Trantwood Elementary School. passed house
HJ429 Commending the Frank W. Cox High School boys' volleyball team. passed house
HJ430 Commending the Frank W. Cox High School athletic program. passed house
HJ431 Commending the Frank W. Cox High School field hockey team. passed house
HJ432 Commending the Frank W. Cox High School golf team. passed house
HJ433 Commending Eugenia West Ferrell. passed house
HJ434 Commending Saint Gregory the Great School. passed house
HJ435 Commending Nancy Davenport. passed house
HJ436 Commending Ahmad Bradshaw. passed house
HJ437 Commending the Town of Pearisburg on the occasion of its 200th anniversary. passed house
HJ438 Commending Vandeventer Black LLP on the occasion of its 125th anniversary. passed house
HJ439 Commending the Potomac Senior High School football team. passed house
HJ440 Commending W. Samuel Sadler. passed house
HJ441 Celebrating the life of Ralph D. Stevenson. passed house
HJ442 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Chad A. Barrett. passed house
HJ443 Commending Forest G. Jones. passed house
HJ444 Commending Vincent F. Callahan, Jr. passed house
HJ445 Commending Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Langley High, and Oakton High. passed house
HJ446 Commending 'Our Place' Shenandoah. passed house
HJ447 Commending the Christiansburg Rescue Squad on the occasion of its 60th anniversary. passed house
HJ448 Commending Hokies United. passed house
HJ449 Commending the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center on the occasion of its 10th anniversary. passed house
HJ450 Commending the Honorable George Mason III. passed house
HJ451 Commending the Knights of Columbus on the occasion of its 125th anniversary. passed house
HJ452 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Jason R. Arnette. passed house
HJ453 Celebrating the life of Sergeant William R. Howdeshell. passed house
HJ454 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Bruce E. Horner. passed house
HJ455 Celebrating the life of Roy F. Pritchard, Jr. passed house
HJ456 Celebrating the life of Thelma E. Monroe. passed house
HJ457 Celebrating the life of Eunique Whitaker. passed house
HJ458 Celebrating the life of Clara Johnson Pollard. passed house
HJ459 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Scott Lange Kirkpatrick. passed house
HJ460 Commemorating the 250th anniversary of the birth of James Monroe. passed house
HJ461 Commending Virginia's Rx Partnership and its partners for service to the Commonwealth. passed house
HJ462 Commending Charles R. Obaugh, Jr. passed house
HJ463 Commending Mount Ararat Baptist Church on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ464 Commending American Red Cross Greater New River Valley Chapter. passed house
HJ465 Commending American Red Cross Montgomery-Floyd Chapter. passed house
HJ466 Commending the rescue squads, police departments, fire departments, sheriff's offices, and agencies. passed house
HJ467 Commending the Riner Volunteer Fire Department on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ468 Commending Christmas Kitchen. passed house
HJ469 Commending the Elliston Volunteer Fire Department. passed house
HJ470 Commending Command Sergeant Major Robert W. Huffman. passed house
HJ471 Celebrating the life of Maxine Shelly Turner. passed house
HJ472 Celebrating the life of Mary Virginia Pancotti. passed house
HJ473 Celebrating the life of Mary Karen Read. passed house
HJ474 Celebrating the life of George W. Brown. passed house
HJ475 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Michael D. Moody, Jr. passed house
HJ476 Celebrating the life of Edward Ching-Te Chao. passed house
HJ477 Commending Cecil E. McFarland. passed house
HJ478 Commending nine hospitals in the Commonwealth that have achieved recognition as Magnet Healthcare. passed house
HJ479 Commending James E. Copp. passed house
HJ480 Celebrating the life of Chief Warrant Officer Jackie L. McFarlane, Jr. passed house
HJ481 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Christopher S. Kiernan. passed house
HJ482 Celebrating the life of Beulah Boothe Owens. passed house
HJ483 Celebrating the life of Chief Warrant Officer Dwayne L. Moore. passed house
HJ484 Commending the Virginia Port Authority. passed house
HJ485 Commending Montgomery Regional Hospital, Lewis-Gale Medical Center, Carilion New River Valley ... passed house
HJ486 Commending Kathy Mantz. passed house
HJ487 Commending Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. passed house
HJ488 Commending Alpha Omicron Circle on the occasion of its 75th anniversary. passed house
HJ489 Commending the Ocean View Lions Club on the occasion of its 75th anniversary. passed house
HJ490 Commending Howard Springsteen. passed house
HJ491 Commending Nielsen Builders, Inc., on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ492 Commending John Kidd. passed house
HJ493 Commending Kenneth C. Horne, Jr. passed house
HJ494 Commending Samantha Urquhart. passed house
HJ495 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Dustin John Perrott. passed house
HJ496 Celebrating the life of Colonel Jon M. Lockey. passed house
HJ497 Celebrating the life of First Lieutenant Benjamin J. Hall. passed house
HJ498 Celebrating the life of Laura Anne Yacobi Bateman. passed house
HJ499 Commending the Riverbend High School girls' soccer team. passed house
HJ500 Commending Arthur T. Hart II. passed house
HJ501 Commending Brenda Brokaw. passed house
HJ502 Commending Irvine Byrd Hill. passed house
HJ503 Commending Ernest L. Gray, Jr. passed house
HJ504 Commending Robert L. Sinclair. passed house
HJ505 Commending Jay E. VanGelder. passed house
HJ506 Commending Harry F. Atherton. passed house
HJ507 Commending William G. Downey IV. passed house
HJ508 Commending Richard W. Robison. passed house
HJ509 Commending Steven R. Staples. passed house
HJ510 Commending the Deep Run High School girls' volleyball team. passed house
HJ511 Commending the Organized Women Voters of Arlington on the occasion of its 85th anniversary. passed house
HJ512 Commending Doris Jackson. passed house
HJ513 Commending Carole Lopez. passed house
HJ514 Commending Bread and Water for Africa. passed house
HJ515 Commending the Alexandria Gay and Lesbian Community Association on its 25th anniversary. passed house
HJ516 Commending Sidney Rawls III. passed house
HJ517 Commending Anita Renee Ricks. passed house
HJ518 Commending the City of Hampton for its successful collaboration to help youth succeed. passed house
HJ519 Commending the ACCESS College Foundation on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. passed house
HJ520 Commending Richard A. Justice. passed house
HJ521 Commending the National Park System for its valuable contributions to the Commonwealth. passed house
HJ522 Celebrating the life of Private First Class Christopher Edward Murphy. passed house
HJ523 Commending Norge Community Hall on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ524 Commending the James City-Bruton Volunteer Fire Department. passed house
HJ525 Commending Hubert L. Quinn. passed house
HJ526 Commending W. Q. Overton. passed house
HJ527 Commending Alice Sigmon Hall. passed house
HJ528 Commending Sarasi Jayaratne. passed house
HJ529 Commending Lloyd Chittum. passed house
HJ530 Commending Bob Gibbons. passed house
HJ531 Commending Sharon Ann Crouch Steidel. passed house
HJ532 Commending Mike Harris. passed house
HJ533 Commending Dr. Peter M. Mulkey. passed house
HJ534 Commending Jarcelynn M. Hart. passed house
HJ535 Commending John Albertella. passed house
HJ536 Commending the Catlett-Calverton-Casanova Ruritan Club. passed house
HJ537 Commending Hope Porter. passed house
HJ538 Commending Andy Budd. passed house
HJ539 Commending Allan C. Burke. passed house
HJ540 Commending W. Wayne Angell. passed house
HJ541 Celebrating the life of Cayce Eileen Castelow. passed house
HJ542 Celebrating the life of Special Operator Senior Chief Petty Officer (SEAL) Thomas John Valentine. passed house
HJ543 Celebrating the life of Special Operator Chief Petty Officer passed house
HJ544 Celebrating the life of Special Operator Chief Petty Officer (SEAL) Nathan Hall Hardy. passed house
HJ545 Celebrating the life of Petty Officer First Class Luis Ariel Souffront. passed house
HJ546 Celebrating the life of Whitney Harwood Menning Adams. passed house
HJ547 Celebrating the life of Fred Parkis Yates, Jr. passed house
HJ548 Celebrating the life of Richard Allen Young. passed house
HJ549 Commending Lawrence R. Ambrogi. passed house
HJ550 Commending T. Carter Melton, Jr. passed house
HJ551 Commending Richard H. Graham. passed house
HJ552 Commending the Norfolk 17. passed house
HJ553 Commending the historic Town of Potomac on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ554 Commending R. Michael Mohler. passed house
HJ555 Commending Douglas Graney. passed house
HJ556 Commending Jennifer Phillips. passed house
HJ557 Commending Mohammed Odeh Al-Rehaief. passed house
HJ558 Commending Boy Scouts in Troop 1187 and 1930 who received 2007 Citizens of the Year Awards. passed house
HJ559 Commending Shiloh Baptist Church on the occasion of its 145th anniversary. passed house
HJ560 Commending Jake Mayes. passed house
HJ561 Commending Paul Berger. passed house
HJ562 Commending the Falls Church Kiwanis Little League. passed house
HJ563 Commending Jay Nedry. passed house
HJ564 Commending the Rotary Clubs of Hanover and Mechanicsville. passed house
HJ565 Commending Paul Hatcher. passed house
HJ566 Commending Deloris Lee Borum. passed house
HJ567 Commending Paige Reid Archer. passed house
HJ568 Commending Nancy B. Kane. passed house
HJ569 Commending Libby Garrett. passed house
HJ570 Commending ABC 13 WSET. passed house
HJ571 Commending Mosby Memorial Baptist Church on the occasion of its 100th anniversary passed house
HJ572 Commending Reverend Dr. Marjorie Leeper Booker. passed house
HJ573 Commending Perry Cole. passed house
HJ574 Commending the Clean the Bay Days 20th anniversary. passed house
HJ575 Commending the TriPower Cycling Club. passed house
HJ576 Commending Maynard Reynolds. passed house
HJ577 Commending Linda Krantz. passed house
HJ578 Commending Harvey L. Hotinger. passed house
HJ579 Commending K. L. Fix. passed house
HJ580 Commending the Virginia World War II Heritage Alliance. passed house
HJ581 Commending the Amherst County High School football team. passed house
HJ582 Commending Thomas Wayne Fore, Sr. passed house
HJ583 Commending Joseph Albert. passed house
HJ584 Commending Elon Elementary School. passed house
HJ585 Commending Pleasant View Elementary School. passed house
HJ586 Commending Jason Campbell. passed house
HJ587 Commending C. Manly Rucker III. passed house
HJ588 Commending Max R. Glass. passed house
HJ589 Commending John C. Hamlin. passed house
HJ590 Commending the Danville Community Emergency Response Team. passed house
HJ591 Commending Avicia Hooper Thorpe. passed house
HJ592 Commending Russell Scruggs. passed house
HJ593 Commending Richard Turner. passed house
HJ594 Commending Our Military Kids, Inc. passed house
HJ595 Celebrating the life of Alec T. Monroe. passed house
HJ596 Celebrating the life of Stephen H. Snell. passed house
HJ597 Celebrating the life of Mary Walton McCandlish Livingston. passed house
HJ598 Celebrating the life of John McWethy. passed house
HJ599 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Barry T. Young. passed house
HJ600 Celebrating the life of John Oliver Green, Jr. passed house
HJ601 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Darrel Rollins. introduced
HJ602 Celebrating the life of Hunter Coleman Purdie, Jr. passed house
HJ603 Celebrating the life of Alice Kellam. passed house
HJ604 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Forrest Dane Cauthorn. passed house
HJ605 Celebrating the life of Jocelyn Pretlow Goss. passed house
HJ606 Celebrating the life of Joan Frances Weber Gignac. passed house
HJ607 Celebrating the life of William Isaac Lee Sydnor. passed house
HJ608 Celebrating the life of Dr. Herbert Ralph Silverman. passed house
HJ609 Celebrating the life of Robert Lawrence McGinnis. passed house
HJ610 Celebrating the life of Sarah Jordan Buchanan. passed house
HJ611 Judges; election in Court of Appeals, members of SCC, and of Workers' Compensation Commission. dead
HJ612 Joint Rules Committee; confirming various appointments. passed house
HJ613 Commending the agencies and vendors involved in moving the Commonwealth's computing center. passed house
HJ614 General Assembly; amending schedule for conduct of business during 2008 Regular Session. passed committee
HJ615 General Assembly; amending schedule for conduct of business during 2008 Regular Session. passed committee
HJ616 General Assembly; Governor to call for special session after adjournment of 2008 Regular Session. passed committee
HJ617 General Assembly; Governor to call for 2008 Sp. II Session, & establishes conduct of business. dead
HJ618 General Assembly; adjournment sine die. passed house
HJ5001 General Assembly; notifying Governor of organization. passed house
HJ5002 General Assembly; limiting legislation for 2008 Sp. I Session, & establishes conduct of business. passed house
HJ5003 Celebrating the life of George Plummer Beard, Jr. passed house
HJ5004 Celebrating the life of Earl Henson Henley. passed house
HJ5005 Celebrating the life of Evelyn Jeanne Aubry McMann. passed house
HJ5006 Celebrating the life of Charles Harvey Stebbins, Sr. passed house
HJ5007 Celebrating the life of Albert G. Van Metre, Sr. passed house
HJ5008 Celebrating the life of Frances Nelson Gray. passed house
HJ5009 Celebrating the life of Robert Elester Caple. passed house
HJ5010 Commending Benjamin P. Scafidi. passed house
HJ5011 Commending Mount Holly Baptist Church on the occasion of its 175th anniversary. passed house
HJ5012 Commending E. Stokes Daniels, Jr. passed house
HJ5013 Commending the Danville Pittsylvania County Chamber of Commerce. passed house
HJ5014 Commending T. Taylor Warren. passed house
HJ5015 Commending Peter A. Castiglione, Jr. passed house
HJ5016 Commending the Hidden Valley High School girls' basketball team. passed house
HJ5017 Commending the Most Reverend Paul S. Loverde. passed house
HJ5018 Commending the Chantilly High School robotics team. passed house
HJ5019 Commending the Colonial Forge High School wrestling team. passed house
HJ5020 Commending Virginia International University on the occasion of its accreditaion and 10th anniv. passed house
HJ5021 Commending the Floyd County High School girls' basketball team. passed house
HJ5022 Commending Mike Williams. passed house
HJ5023 Commending Dr. Jim Shaw and Cooka Shaw. passed house
HJ5024 Commending the Honorable Thomas H. Wood, Jr. passed house
HJ5025 Commending the Heritage High School girls' basketball team. passed house
HJ5026 Commending Sergeant Calvin Linnette. passed house
HJ5027 Celebrating the life of MaryEllen Cliborne Cox. passed house
HJ5028 Celebrating the life of Alson Howard Smith, Jr. passed house
HJ5029 Judges; election in Court of Appeals, circuit court, general district court, etc. passed house
HJ6001 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). in committee
HJ6002 General Assembly; notifying Governor of organization. passed house
HJ6003 General Assembly; provides for joint assembly of 2008 Special Session II to receive Governor. passed committee
HJ6004 General Assembly; limitation of legislation for 2008 Sp. II Session. passed committee
HJ6005 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Trust Fund (first reference). in committee
HJ6006 Constitutional amendment; establishment of special regional transportation funds (first reference). in committee
HJ6007 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). in committee
HJ6008 Biogas; joint subcommittee to study use thereof for transportation purposes. in committee
HJ6009 State employees; Dept. of Human Resource Management to study establishment of four-day work week. in committee
HJ6010 Fuel costs, rising; joint subcommittee to study role of State & its localities in response thereto. in committee
HJ6011 Ethanol production; EPA to grant waiver from Renewable Fuel Standard. in committee
HJ6012 Celebrating the life of Mildred Jeter Loving. introduced
HJ6013 Celebrating the life of Don R. Christian, Jr. introduced
HJ6014 Celebrating the life of of the Honorable David Tillman Stitt. introduced
HJ6015 Celebrating the life of Eugene Williamson McCaul. introduced
HJ6016 Celebrating the life of Admiral, USN Ret., Donald Lee Pilling. introduced
HJ6017 Celebrating the life of Thomas Keister Greer. introduced
HJ6018 Celebrating the life of Chief Special Warfare Operator (SEAL) Lance M. Vaccaro. introduced
HJ6019 Celebrating the life of of Russell Y. Garth. introduced
HJ6020 Celebrating the life of Kevin Mason Cheatham. introduced
HJ6021 Celebrating the life of James Marvin Farlow, Sr. introduced
HJ6022 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Doctor William L. Hales. introduced
HJ6023 Celebrating the life of Officer Todd Allen Bahr. introduced
HJ6024 Celebrating the life of William Jay Fields. introduced
HJ6025 Commending Donald G. Austin. introduced
HJ6026 Commending the Historic 1908 Courthouse in Independence. introduced
HJ6027 Commending the Powhatan High School baseball team. introduced
HJ6028 Commending the Millbrook High School boys' basketball team introduced
HJ6029 Commending Daniel Gropper. introduced
HJ6030 Commending Mount Olive Baptist Church on the occasion of its 190th anniversary. introduced
HJ6031 Commending Raul Danny Vargas. introduced
HJ6032 Commending Pat Williams. introduced
HJ6033 Commending Christopher Fairman. introduced
HJ6034 Commending the Grafton High School boys' soccer team. introduced
HJ6035 Commending the the Jamestown High School boys' soccer team. introduced
HJ6036 Commending the Floyd County High School golf team. introduced
HJ6037 Commending the Crossing of the Dan exhibit. introduced
HJ6038 Commending Ann Pesiri Swanson. introduced
HJ6039 Commending the Deep Run High School boy's soccer team. introduced
HJ6040 Commending Erika C. Hitchcock. introduced
HJ6041 Commending Amanda Ash. introduced
HJ6042 Commending DVF FoodService, Inc. introduced
HJ6043 Commending One-Stop Cellular. introduced
HJ6044 Commending the Dan River Business Development Center. introduced
HJ6045 Commending Helm Dobbins. introduced
HJ6046 Commending Jerry L. Gwaltney. introduced
HJ6047 Commending Virginia D. Hall. introduced
HJ6048 Commending Davis Newman. introduced
HJ6049 Commending Dr. Max E. Lassiter. introduced
HJ6050 Commending Landon R. Wyatt, Jr. introduced
HJ6051 Commending the James River High School baseball team. introduced
HJ6052 Commending Oliver James Tate. introduced
HJ6053 Commending Joan Manley. introduced
HJ6054 Commending Patrice M. Winter. introduced
HJ6055 Commending the Metropolitan Community Church of Richmond. introduced
HJ6056 Commending the Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Academy. introduced
HJ6057 Commending Edward J. Evers. introduced
HJ6058 Commending River Road Church Preschool Development Center. introduced
HJ6059 Commending the Gretna High School softball team. introduced
HJ6060 Consolidation of certain state departments; Governor to analyze & determine methods and timeline. in committee
HJ6061 2002 Governor's Commission on Efficiency and Effectiveness; requesting Governor to implement. in committee
HJ6062 Lottery Department; Governor to determine method & timing for consolidating departments thereunder. in committee
HJ6063 Celebrating the life of Charles A. Potter, Sr. introduced
HJ6064 Commending the George Wythe High School boys' basketball team. introduced
HJ6065 Commending Eva Teig Hardy. introduced
HJ6066 Commending Samuel M. Boston, Jr. introduced
HR1 Commending Steven E. Wilson. passed house
HR2 Budget database; directing House Committee on Appropriations to establish searchable website. in subcommittee
HR3 House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed house
HR4 Personal rapid transit pilot program; Secretary of Transportation to consider City of Portsmouth. dead
HR5 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed house
HR6 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed house
HR7 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR8 Electric transmission lines; SCC to require compliance with conservation & energy requirements. dead
HR9 House of Delegates; amends and readopts Rule 84, and adds Rule 85. introduced
HR10 House of Delegates; amends and readopts Rule 18. introduced
HR11 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed house
HR12 Judge; nomination for election to Court of Appeals. passed house
HR13 Commending Mary Elizabeth McElroy Weil. passed house
HR14 Commending Carmela Bills Putney. passed house
HR15 Commending Lois Vivian Johnson. passed house
HR16 Commending Roger Scruton. passed house
HR17 Commending Quintus Jerrell Sober. passed house
HR18 House Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming nominations. passed house
HR19 Commending Caroline, King William, King and Queen, New Kent, and Spotsylvania Counties. passed house
HR20 House of Delegates; amends and readopts Rule 37. passed house
HR21 Celebrating the life of John Ashby Bowden, Jr. passed house
HR22 Celebrating the life of James Paul Shaw. passed house
HR23 Commending Randolph Stewart Wright. passed house
HR24 Commending Kenneth G. Feng. passed house
HR25 Commending Ebenezer Baptist Church. passed house
HR26 Honoring Ira Noel Gabrielson. passed house
HR27 Celebrating the life of John Vincent Shand. passed house
HR28 Celebrating the life of George Loyall Gordon, Jr. passed house
HR29 Celebrating the life of James Telford Edmunds. passed house
HR30 Celebrating the life of Inez Butler. passed house
HR31 Celebrating the life of Nicole Regina White. passed house
HR32 Celebrating the life of Augustus Dale Brown. passed house
HR33 Celebrating the life of Sam T. Barfield. passed house
HR34 Commending Kwon, Jae-Hwa. passed house
HR35 Commending the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HR36 Commending Brown's African Methodist Episcopal Church passed house
HR37 Celebrating the life of Georgina Marraccini Rawles. passed house
HR501 House of Delegates; salaries, contingent, and incidental expenses. passed house
HR502 Judges; nominations for election to Court of Appeals. passed house
HR503 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed house
HR504 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed house
HR505 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR506 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nominations for election of member. passed house
HR507 Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed house
HR601 House of Delegates; salaries, contingent, and incidental expenses. passed house
# Title Status
SB1 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers. signed by governor
SB2 Retail Sales and Use Tax; eliminates exemption for certain fuels. dead
SB3 Indecent exposure; penalty. in subcommittee
SB4 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those paid, imposed on certain drivers, refund fees. in committee
SB5 Retail Sales and Use Tax exemption; extends sunset date for exemption of certain printed material. signed by governor
SB6 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those paid, imposed on certain drivers, refund fees. in committee
SB7 Absentee voting; persons with a disability or illness may vote absentee. passed senate
SB8 Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee without providing a reason. in committee
SB9 Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (voter referendum). dead
SB10 Real estate tax; exemptions and deferrals for certain residential or farm property. in committee
SB11 Rail Enhancement Fund; allows Director to waive certain requirements regarding project funding. in committee
SB12 Service of process; cost of return. dead
SB13 Health insurance; mandated coverage for prosthetic devices and components. in committee
SB14 Income tax credit, earned; employers to provide notice to employees. dead
SB15 Income tax credit, earned; Department of Social Services to provide notice to all applicants. signed by governor
SB16 Crisis intervention team pilot programs; established for persons with mental illness, report. dead
SB17 Medical services; State's lien for payment. dead
SB18 Mental health courts; establishment of pilot program, report. dead
SB19 Judges; increases mandatory retirement age. dead
SB20 Carbon monoxide alarms; locality to require installation in certain buildings. dead
SB21 Electric utility rates; margins from off-system sales. dead
SB22 Foster care background check; fingerprints required for an individual with whom child may be placed. in committee
SB23 Judgment; assignment shall be noted upon judgment docket. in subcommittee
SB24 Payday lending charges; establishing maximum annual interest rate. dead
SB25 Payday Loan Act; repealing Act referring thereto. dead
SB26 Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act; adds organized dogfighting as qualifying offense. signed by governor
SB27 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); time limit on receipt thereof. in committee
SB28 Child-friendly visiting rooms; state correctional facilities may provide. dead
SB29 Budget Bill. dead
SB30 Budget Bill. dead
SB31 Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2008; created. signed by governor
SB32 Libraries; localities may adopt an ordinance prohibiting firearms, etc. on premises. dead
SB33 Outdoor theaters, cabarets, etc.; localities may adopt an ordinance to prohibit firearms on premise. dead
SB34 Judges; increases mandatory retirement age. in subcommittee
SB35 Recount procedures; ensures that logic and accuracy tests are performed after programming tabulator. signed by governor
SB36 Child support; administrative fees. dead
SB37 Alicia's Law; funding for child exploitation law enforcement efforts. dead
SB38 Bipartisan Redistricting Commission; created, report. dead
SB39 Traffic accident reports; increases amount of damage threshold to be reported by law enforcement. dead
SB40 North and South Mayo Rivers; designating portions thereof in Henry County as State scenic rivers. signed by governor
SB41 Line of Duty Act; definition, and funding for Line of Duty Death and Health Benefits Trust Fund. dead
SB42 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers. in committee
SB43 Environmental impact reports; requires county, city, or town to submit report on highway projects. enacted
SB44 At-risk students; local school boards may establish after school programs. signed by governor
SB45 Charter; City of Norfolk. signed by governor
SB46 Parentage proceedings; circuit courts, etc. have concurrent jurisdiction. signed by governor
SB47 Advance directives; mental health directives follows same procedures as for medical. dead
SB48 School teachers; school boards to ensure that all are provided planning time. dead
SB49 Zoning ordinances and districts; matters to be considered in drawing and applying. dead
SB50 Zoning ordinances; purpose thereof. dead
SB51 Health insurance; extension of coverage funded by localities. dead
SB52 Voting equipment; wireless communications at polling places, exceptions. signed by governor
SB53 Paper and electronic pollbooks; permits localities to use own funds to purchase approved by Board. signed by governor
SB54 Charter; City of Falls Church. signed by governor
SB55 Tank wagons; increases total gross weight for overweight permits. signed by governor
SB56 Resources Authority authorized to; finance construction of local government buildings. signed by governor
SB57 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers. in committee
SB58 Emergency custody order; renewal. in committee
SB59 Community services board; requires employee that prepared report to attend hearing. in committee
SB60 Involuntary commitment; criteria. in committee
SB61 Nutrition and physical activity best practices database; Department of Education to develop. signed by governor
SB62 Voter registration; procedures for applications and receipts. passed senate
SB63 Nursing, Board of; membership. signed by governor
SB64 Community services board; adds crisis stabilization, outpatient, etc. to list of core services. dead
SB65 Community criminal justice boards; membership. dead
SB66 Emergency custody; who may accept custody. in subcommittee
SB67 Inpatient treatment; parental admission of minors incapable of giving consent. signed by governor
SB68 Involuntary commitment petition; dismissal or withdrawal. signed by governor
SB69 Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee without providing reason. dead
SB70 Sample ballots; Board of Elections shall assign different color to each political party. dead
SB71 Transportation Commissioner; contracts for grounds keeping, mowing, etc. on highways in Reston. in committee
SB72 Breast tumor treatment; repeals requirement that patient sign consent form. signed by governor
SB73 License plates, special; issuance marking sesquicentennial of Civil War. signed by governor
SB74 Crimes Against Minors and Sex Offender Registry; use of data by SAVIN. signed by governor
SB75 Community services board; requires employee that prepared report to attend hearing. in subcommittee
SB76 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; changes to process and procedures. dead
SB77 Eminent domain; offer of repurchase to former owner. in subcommittee
SB78 Involuntary commitment; time frame for examination of person by independent examiner. in subcommittee
SB79 Independent examiner; records to be reviewed. in subcommittee
SB80 Involuntary commitment; electronic examination by independent examiner. in subcommittee
SB81 Emergency custody; who may accept custody. signed by governor
SB82 Ballots; identification of political party of candidate on form. in committee
SB83 Political candidate contribution tax credit; increases maximum amount. dead
SB84 License plates, special; issuance to U.S. Air Force retirees. dead
SB85 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers. in committee
SB86 Involuntary commitment hearings; third-year law students may represent petitioner. dead
SB87 Retirement System; investments related to Sudan. dead
SB88 Marijuana; expungement of charges. dead
SB89 Retail Sales and Use Tax; custom structural metal fabrication in an economically distressed area. dead
SB90 Employment; verification of eligibility. in subcommittee
SB91 Electricity rates; adjustment clauses. dead
SB92 Charter; City of Martinsville. signed by governor
SB93 Electric Utility Restructuring Act; repeals certain provisions. dead
SB94 Covered Bridge Capital; designating Patrick County thereas. signed by governor
SB95 Pyramid promotional schemes; definition thereof, penalty. signed by governor
SB96 Involuntary commitment hearings; confidentiality of records. in subcommittee
SB97 Mental health records; disclosure. in subcommittee
SB98 Longwood University; increases number of members of Board of Visitors. signed by governor
SB99 Highway systems; revenue-sharing funds therefor in certain counties, cities, and towns. signed by governor
SB100 Protective orders; child custody and visitation. in subcommittee
SB101 Emergency custody order; renewal. in subcommittee
SB102 Three-tiered system of transportation; established. dead
SB103 Independent examiner's report; admissibility of written certification. in subcommittee
SB104 Outpatient treatment; community services board et al., to report any material noncompliance. in subcommittee
SB105 General Assembly and Congressional redistricting plans; new method for preparation. in committee
SB106 Involuntary commitment; criteria for determining outpatient treatment. dead
SB107 State Law Library; authorized users. dead
SB108 Motor vehicle; forfeiture thereof for two offenses of driving without operator's license. in subcommittee
SB109 Criminal history record information; required for transfer of firearms. dead
SB110 Retirement benefits; applicable to certain public safety officers and state police officers. dead
SB111 Indigent defendants; right to ex parte hearing for appointment of experts in capital cases. in subcommittee
SB112 District court employees; local salary supplements. signed by governor
SB113 Driver's license; penalty for driving without. signed by governor
SB114 Sex Offenders and Crimes Against Minors Registry; registration requirements. signed by governor
SB115 Traffic lights; creates Class 1 misdemeanor for running red light. dead
SB116 Motor Vehicles, Department of; service charges. passed senate
SB117 Income tax and sales and use tax; credit and exemption for telecommunications service providers. in committee
SB118 Notarial certificates; removes requirement that wording appear on same page as signature. signed by governor
SB119 VPI & SU; board of visitors to convey certain property to Virginia Tech Foundation, Inc. signed by governor
SB120 Blacksburg, Town of; authority to bring civil action for failure to provide adequate crowd control. dead
SB121 TransDominion Express Commission; created. dead
SB122 Rail Transportation Development Authority; created. dead
SB123 Evidence; destruction of trial exhibits. signed by governor
SB124 Public schools; Superintendent to develop guidelines eliminating trans fatty foods served. dead
SB125 Community College Scholarship Match Program; created. dead
SB126 Dependent Children of University and College Faculty Tuition Grant Program; created. dead
SB127 Higher educational institutions; retirement plan for teachers and administrative faculty. dead
SB128 Higher educational institutions; optional retirement plan for certain employees. dead
SB129 Emergency custody orders, temporary detention orders, and involuntary commitment; criteria. in subcommittee
SB130 Freedom of Information Act; exemptions for certain records of public institutions of higher ed. signed by governor
SB131 Freedom of Information Act; local public bodies may meet by electronic communication. signed by governor
SB132 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; disclosure of personal information. signed by governor
SB133 Personal Information Privacy Act; prohibits dissemination of another's social security number. signed by governor
SB134 Occupational therapy assistants; licensing and regulation. signed by governor
SB135 Fertilizers; Board of Agriculture et al, to adopt nonagricultural application regulations. signed by governor
SB136 School buses; prohibits use of wireless telecommunications devices by persons driving. signed by governor
SB137 Unclaimed property; credit union accounts. signed by governor
SB138 Prisoners; medical and psychiatric benefits. dead
SB139 Community services board; requires employee that prepared report to attend hearing. in subcommittee
SB140 Independent examinations; training of persons conducting. in subcommittee
SB141 State hospitals; discharge plans upon release. signed by governor
SB142 Involuntary commitment hearings; recordings. signed by governor
SB143 Temporary detention order; extends time period. dead
SB144 Emergency custody orders, temporary detention orders, and involuntary commitment; criteria. in subcommittee
SB145 Natural gas utilities; recovery of funds for capital projects. passed senate
SB146 Stock and nonstock corporations; authorizes SCC to correct Commission records at any time. signed by governor
SB147 Retail Sales and Use Tax; absorption and payment by seller. dead
SB148 Two-Year College Transfer Grant; clarification for eligibility. dead
SB149 Surety bond; increases amount under CRESPA. signed by governor
SB150 Wilderness Road: Virginia's Heritage Migration Route; designating certain highway segments thereas. signed by governor
SB151 Dental assistants; Board of Dentistry to regulate practice thereof. signed by governor
SB152 Illegal aliens; adds presumption, subject to rebuttal, against admitting to bail any alien charged. in subcommittee
SB153 Community service landscaping program; VDOT Commissioner to establish. signed by governor
SB154 License plates, special; issuance promoting tourism and conservation on the Northern Neck. dead
SB155 Family life education; instruction on use of Food & Drug Administration contraception methods. passed committee
SB156 Payday Loan Act; repealing Act referring thereto. dead
SB157 Mortgage lenders and brokers; duties to borrowers. dead
SB158 Wet Settlement Act; lender's disclosure of charges for appraisal and valuation. signed by governor
SB159 Deputies; number appointed by sheriff of county w/o police force to be fixed by Compensation Brd. dead
SB160 Handbills, etc.; distribution in highway rights-of-way in certain localities. signed by governor
SB161 Workers' compensation; alternative dispute resolution systems. passed committee
SB162 Vacant building registration; enhances penalties for failure to register. dead
SB163 Derelict structures; locality authorized to impose fee on record owner. dead
SB164 Polygraph; no sexual offense victim shall be requested to submit for investigation to proceed. signed by governor
SB165 Golf cart and utility vehicles; crossing of highways at certain intersections in Colonial Beach. signed by governor
SB166 Trees; replacement during development process in certain localities. dead
SB167 Uniform Statewide Building Code; use of noncombustible materials in certain structures construction. dead
SB168 Income tax, state; volunteer firefighters and emergency medical services personnel tax credit. dead
SB169 Teaching Scholarship Loan Program; program to award scholarships to certain students. signed by governor
SB170 Custody and visitation orders; modification based on active military duty. in subcommittee
SB171 Adoption; former adoptive parent who stood in loco parentis may petition to adopt child. passed senate
SB172 Horses; regulates sales thereof for showing or racing by dealers. dead
SB173 Domestic violence cases; retention of records. signed by governor
SB174 Real estate tax; classification of certain energy-efficient buildings. signed by governor
SB175 Sex offenders; prohibiting proximity to children. dead
SB176 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; changes to taxes and fees that may be imposed. dead
SB177 Assisted outpatient treatment program; established for severely mentally ill. dead
SB178 Judges; increases number in circuit court. dead
SB179 Judges; increases number in various general district courts. dead
SB180 Clerk's office; preservation of papers. signed by governor
SB181 Supreme Court; circuit court case management system changes to be approved by Executive Secretary. dead
SB182 Insurance company investments; preferred stocks. signed by governor
SB183 Illegal aliens; presumption against admission to bail for those charged with criminal offense. in subcommittee
SB184 Advertisement of plans; no person who received written notice may challenge validity of plan, etc. dead
SB185 Impact fees; grants authority to high-growth localities. dead
SB186 Statewide Transportation Plan; VDOT, etc. to include regional goals and performance measures. dead
SB187 Retirement System; average final compensation retirement multiplier for teachers. dead
SB188 Military Parents Equal Protection Act; created. signed by governor
SB189 Highway construction; increases cost of project using state or local employees. signed by governor
SB190 Registered voters; Board of Elections to furnish lists to school superintendents to conduct census. dead
SB191 Vehicle license fees, local; localities to exempt those owned by citizen support units. signed by governor
SB192 Personal property tax; extends sunset provision for separate classification for tax purposes. signed by governor
SB193 Income tax, corporate; telework expenses tax credit. dead
SB194 Income tax, state; toll payment tax credit. dead
SB195 Personal property tax; separate classification for low-speed vehicles. signed by governor
SB196 Hazardous materials; localities to prohibit initiation of new storage in floodplains. in committee
SB197 Brain injuries; eliminates requirement that hospitals report to registry. signed by governor
SB198 Alcoholic beverage control; operation of government stores. signed by governor
SB199 Charitable gaming; regulation under Board and Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. signed by governor
SB200 Reentry planning; Department of Corrections to develop & implement comprehensive plan. signed by governor
SB201 Midwifery, Advisory Board on; removes sunset provision. signed by governor
SB202 Indoor Clean Air Act; smoking in restaurants. dead
SB203 Real estate tax; exemptions for elderly and handicapped persons in certain cities and counties. signed by governor
SB204 Freestanding birth centers; licensing. in subcommittee
SB205 Prisoners; mandatory release on parole. in committee
SB206 Communication towers, state-owned; wireless broadband service in unserved areas. signed by governor
SB207 Foreign and alien insurers; exemption for insuring industrial insureds. signed by governor
SB208 Reduced cigarette ignition propensity; prohibits manufacture, etc. thereof unless meets standards. signed by governor
SB209 Professional corporations & limited liability companies; those licensed to be shareholders, etc. signed by governor
SB210 Freedom of Information Act; certain audit records of Department of Transportation. signed by governor
SB211 Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; increases annual assessment for physicians. signed by governor
SB212 Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Act; right to confront witnesses. signed by governor
SB213 Pleadings; naming represented person or fiduciary as party to an action. in subcommittee
SB214 Special justices; required to complete minimum training program. dead
SB215 Charter; Town of Narrows. signed by governor
SB216 Voluntary admission; report to Central Criminal Records Exchange. signed by governor
SB217 Involuntary commitment; independent examination. in subcommittee
SB218 Health Professions, Department of; investigative procedures. signed by governor
SB219 Roanoke Higher Education Authority; removes Virginia Intermont College from Board of Trustees. signed by governor
SB220 Outpatient treatment order; community services board to monitor person's compliance with order. in subcommittee
SB221 Reckless driving; penalty for person convicted. dead
SB222 Firearms; possession by persons who committed felonies while juveniles. signed by governor
SB223 Wages and salaries; employers may pay by credit to prepaid debit card or card account. dead
SB224 Driver's license and registration; failure to carry. dead
SB225 Appellate court; remand of bail appeal. signed by governor
SB226 Firearms; answering mental health questions on consent form required when purchasing. passed senate
SB227 HIV/Hepatitis testing; parental consent for minors. signed by governor
SB228 Child abuse and neglect; emergency medical services personnel added to list of mandatory reporters. signed by governor
SB229 Search warrants; allows an affidavit to be delivered by facsimile after it is certified. signed by governor
SB230 Subdivision of lot; stepchildren included as immediate family for conveyance thereof. signed by governor
SB231 Involuntary mental health treatment; prohibition from purchasing, etc. firearms. in subcommittee
SB232 Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; duty of landlord and managing agent for visible mold. signed by governor
SB233 Transportation Plan; include quantifiable measures & achievable goals for greenhouse gas emission. dead
SB234 Greenhouse gas emissions; mandatory reporting. dead
SB235 Innovative Technology Authority; powers of board of directors. signed by governor
SB236 Innovative Technology Authority; board of directors. signed by governor
SB237 Localities; allowed to make donations to nonprofit association furnishing services to community. signed by governor
SB238 Payday lending charges; establishes maximum annual interest rate. dead
SB239 Taxpayer information; local officials to provide direct access for use by fire, rescue, etc. in committee
SB240 Martin Luther King, Jr. Living History & Public Policy Center;tax refunds paid to Board of Trustees. signed by governor
SB241 School employees; school board to develop policies to address complaints of sexual abuse thereby. enacted
SB242 Resources Authority; financing energy conservation and energy efficiency projects. signed by governor
SB243 Redistricting Commission; created. in committee
SB244 Magistrates; reforms system by transferring appointment and supervisory responsibilities. signed by governor
SB245 Psychiatric inpatient treatment of minors; timing of petition and hearing. in subcommittee
SB246 Involuntary commitment; establishes new standards for outpatient commitment. passed senate
SB247 Involuntary commitment of minors; appointment of counsel and guardians ad litem. signed by governor
SB248 Circuit and district courts; use by Virginia State Bar of additional fees. signed by governor
SB249 Independent living services & arrangements; requires inclusion of plan for children 14 yrs. & older. enacted
SB250 Independent living service & arrangements; require inclusion of plan for persons until 21 yrs. in committee
SB251 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); waiver of ineligibility period. signed by governor
SB252 Workforce development; Governor's responsibilities. signed by governor
SB253 Employment Commission; employment stabilization. signed by governor
SB254 Staunton River State Park; authorizes 20-foot wide easement across portion. signed by governor
SB255 Involuntary mental health treatment; possession of firearms. dead
SB256 Public institutions of higher education; crisis and emergency management plans. signed by governor
SB257 Interoperability Executive Committee; codifies Committee, report. in committee
SB258 Mortgage lending and brokering practices; prohibitions and penalties. dead
SB259 Land preservation tax credit; elimination of verification of conservation value. dead
SB260 State employees; increases health insurance credits for those retired. dead
SB261 Law Officers' Retirement System; adds conservation officers as member. dead
SB262 Communications sales and use tax; allows Bath County to receive percentage of revenues apportioned. signed by governor
SB263 Hunting dogs; carrying weapons on another person's property to retrieve prohibited. dead
SB264 Fire insurance; prohibits insurer from refusing to issue policy for family day homes. dead
SB265 False academic credentials; creates civil cause of action for person who is damaged thereby. dead
SB266 License plates, special; issuance to Purple Heart recipients. signed by governor
SB267 Teacher salary; requires that state average to be competitive with national salary. dead
SB268 Affordable housing; permitting certain densities in plan in City of Charlottesville. signed by governor
SB269 Law-enforcement employees; extends coverage under overtime compensation. dead
SB270 Indecent exposure; penalty. in subcommittee
SB271 Schools for students with disabilities; administration of prescription medications. signed by governor
SB272 Food establishments; inspection of preparation, exception for private homes. signed by governor
SB273 Emergency custody orders, temporary detention orders, etc.; eliminates & adds requirements. in subcommittee
SB274 Involuntary commitment order; detainee may petition court to transfer to outpatient treatment. dead
SB275 Inmates; emergency psychiatric treatment. dead
SB276 Psychiatric inpatient treatment of minors; timing of petition and hearing. signed by governor
SB277 Electoral College; votes therein shall be allocated by popular vote for President & Vice President. dead
SB278 Payday Loan Act; repealing Act referring thereto. dead
SB279 Payday lending charges; establishes maximum annual interest rate. dead
SB280 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include EnergyStar-rated fluorescent light bulbs. dead
SB281 Offender registration; local law-enforcement agencies may charge fee. in subcommittee
SB282 Newport News Economic Development Authority; powers. dead
SB283 Real estate tax; authorizes certain counties & cities to adopt income limit for elderly & disabled. signed by governor
SB284 DMV special agents; full-time sworn members of enforcement division authority to enforce laws. signed by governor
SB285 Driver's license; issuance to an applicant who doesn't provide social security number. in committee
SB286 Income tax, state; exemption for launch services and payload to space flight participants. signed by governor
SB287 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers. in committee
SB288 Health insurance program; local officers & employees of state-funded centers for independent living. signed by governor
SB289 Real estate tax, local; deferral programs. dead
SB290 Advance Health Care Directive Registry; created. signed by governor
SB291 Automotive manufacturers; specialized registration & titling of company vehicles. signed by governor
SB292 Optical scan tabulators; pilot programs for, audits thereof. signed by governor
SB293 Income tax, state; subtraction for military pay of members of National Guard or Reserves. dead
SB294 ABC Board; grounds for when may revoke or suspend license. dead
SB295 Parole interviews; allows videoconferencing. dead
SB296 TANF; eligibility for food stamps when convicted of drug-related felonies. dead
SB297 Veterans; Commissioner et al., to establish comprehensive program to address mental health needs. signed by governor
SB298 Smoke Free Air Act; smoking in public places. dead
SB299 Real estate taxes; classifies affordable rental housing. dead
SB300 Dangerous weapons; governing body has authority to restrict in governmental facilities. dead
SB301 Common Interest Community Board; established. passed senate
SB302 Higher Education Board Appointments, Commission on; removes sunset provision. in subcommittee
SB303 Lake Anna State Park; authorizes right-of-way easement. signed by governor
SB304 Veterans; Commissioner et al., to develop various mental health programs. in subcommittee
SB305 Health insurance; credits for certain retired public officers and employees. dead
SB306 Civics Education, Commission on; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
SB307 Identity theft; notice of database breach. signed by governor
SB308 Forester, State; right of entry to inspect any forest lands. dead
SB309 Restricted driver's license; issuance to operate motor vehicle during period of suspension dead
SB310 Restricted driver's license; court to provide during period of suspension. dead
SB311 Electric utilities; resource planning. enacted
SB312 Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; physical evidence recovery kit examinations reimbursements. signed by governor
SB313 Child support; exemption for parents who are imprisoned for life. signed by governor
SB314 Veterans Services Foundation; established to provide funding for veteran services and programs. passed senate
SB315 Children's Ombudsman, Office of; created, report. signed by governor
SB316 Sickness and Disability Program; open-enrollment period. dead
SB317 Income tax, state; Certified EarthCraft House tax credit. dead
SB318 Wind Underwriting Association; established. dead
SB319 Technology Research Fund; adds sensor sciences to eligible research programs. signed by governor
SB320 Solar energy collection devices; covenants restricting. passed senate
SB321 Energy electric generating facilities; DEQ to consult with others to consider environmental impact. signed by governor
SB322 Electric Utility Restructuring Act; defines municipal solid waste as source of renewable energy. signed by governor
SB323 Alcoholic mixed beverages; restaurant licensee food sale requirement. dead
SB324 Utility Facilities Act; renewable energy facilities. dead
SB325 Credit reports; authorizes armed services members and spouses to freeze. in subcommittee
SB326 Career and technical education; industry certification and State licensure. signed by governor
SB327 Notarial certificates; removes requirement that wording appear on same page as signature. in subcommittee
SB328 Divorce; order shall be mailed and posted on courthouse door of nonresident defendant. signed by governor
SB329 Line of Duty Act; definition, and funding for Line of Duty Death and Health Benefits Trust Fund. dead
SB330 Custody and visitation cases; admissibility of mental health care records. signed by governor
SB331 Custody and visitation cases; admissibility of mental health care records. in subcommittee
SB332 Concealed handgun permits; access to personal information of permittees. dead
SB333 Independent examiners; dismissal of involuntary commitment petitions. dead
SB334 Property tax bills; localities to include additional information. dead
SB335 Voluntary outpatient treatment; provides option therefor prior to commitment hearing. dead
SB336 Temporary detention order; encryption of medical records not required. signed by governor
SB337 Courtroom proceedings; provides general & juvenile & domestic relations district courts may record. in subcommittee
SB338 Public funds; payment for membership to professional associations in certain instances prohibited. dead
SB339 Unemployment compensation; employee's inability to speak English at workplace is misconduct. in committee
SB340 Hospitals and health care providers; reducing medical fraud. dead
SB341 Temporary detention order; time for hearing. in subcommittee
SB342 Toll facilities, state; purchaser thereof that is non-State entity to agree to open meetings. dead
SB343 Toll facilities, state; approval by local referendum of any contract that would transfer control. in committee
SB344 Stroke Triage Plan; Board of Health to develop and maintain as component of EMS Plan. signed by governor
SB345 Conditional release; voluntary admission to a state hospital. signed by governor
SB346 Accountability, State Office of; established. in committee
SB347 Smoking; prohibited in restaurants in Planning District 23. dead
SB348 Risk management plan; coverage for area agencies on aging. in committee
SB349 Charter; City of Bristol. signed by governor
SB350 Misuse of public assets; penalty if used for personal purposes. signed by governor
SB351 Grand larceny; threshold amount. dead
SB352 Public Private Education Facilities & Infrastructure Act of 2002; definition of qualifying projects. signed by governor
SB353 Long-term care coverage; transfers administration thereof for public employees to Retirement System. signed by governor
SB354 Medical examiner's investigation; examination of body. dead
SB355 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; changes process and procedures. in subcommittee
SB356 Textbook purchases; permits local school boards to enter into contracts with publishers. signed by governor
SB357 Children's teaching hospital; Board of Education to supervise programs for school-age children. signed by governor
SB358 Virginia Commonwealth University; management agreement with State. signed by governor
SB359 Unemployment compensation; provides benefits based on service in employ of an Indian tribe. signed by governor
SB360 Business Trust Act; reorganizes provisions. signed by governor
SB361 Stream mitigation banks; Henrico County to establish and operate. dead
SB362 Carbon monoxide detectors; prohibits removal or tampering by tenant installed by landlord. signed by governor
SB363 Automatic sprinkler systems; tax credit for initial installation. dead
SB364 Bad checks; attorneys for State to establish programs that allow persons to avoid prosecution. dead
SB365 Turkeys; localities to prohibit hunting with rifle. in committee
SB366 Alcoholic beverage control; creates new nonresident winery distributor license. dead
SB367 Forest wardens, special; retirement credits. dead
SB368 Disregarding signal to stop; endangerment of operation of law-enforcement officer, penalty. signed by governor
SB369 Indigent defendants; right to ex parte hearing for appointment of experts in capital cases. dead
SB370 Comprehensive highway access management standards; Commissioner to promulgate in phases. signed by governor
SB371 Statewide Rail Plan; Transportation Board to establish. dead
SB372 Sex offender registry; placement of certain juveniles required. dead
SB373 Invasive plants; nurseries to label all species of plants. dead
SB374 Real Estate Board; extension of deadline for compliance with education requirements. in committee
SB375 Charter; Town of Colonial Beach. signed by governor
SB376 School divisions, local; required to publish budget on website. signed by governor
SB377 Crab pots; unauthorized taking of crabs Class 3 misdemeanor. in committee
SB378 Stormwater; Soil and Water Conservation Board to promote reuse and reclamation thereof. signed by governor
SB379 Concealed weapons; adds box cutters to list. in subcommittee
SB380 Incompetent defendants; dismissal of charges when charged with nonviolent misdemeanor. signed by governor
SB381 Mental health and substance abuse treatment providers; background checks. signed by governor
SB382 Firearms; sale to persons not lawfully present in United States. signed by governor
SB383 Bicentennial of American War of 1812 Commission and Fund; created, report. signed by governor
SB384 Firefighters and emergency rescue personnel; capital murder thereof, penalty. dead
SB385 Business, Professional and Occupational License (BPOL) tax; applicants not to employ illegal worker. in subcommittee
SB386 Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act; redefines localities that are under jurisdiction. in committee
SB387 Guardian ad litem; mandatory reporting of child abuse or neglect, exception. dead
SB388 License plates, special; issuance to active and retired members of United States Air Force. in committee
SB389 Virginia State University; increases number of members of Board of Visitors enacted
SB390 Emergency medical services; director may serve same function as chief of fire department. signed by governor
SB391 DUI Court; establishing in City of Colonial Heights and Chesterfield County. dead
SB392 Retail Sales and Use Tax: exemptions for textbooks extended to students at institutions of learning. signed by governor
SB393 Zoning ordinance; owner of residential building, etc. allowed to rebuild after natural disaster. signed by governor
SB394 Parental rights; appeal when terminated. dead
SB395 Death sentence; execution dates passed committee
SB396 Health insurance carriers; hospital disclosure of contractual arrangements. signed by governor
SB397 Methamphetamine precursors; electronic log to be maintained by sellers of products. in subcommittee
SB398 Security of Public Deposits Act; eligible collateral & amends definition of public depository. signed by governor
SB399 Investment of Public Funds Act; authorized through Certificate of Deposit Account Registry Service. signed by governor
SB400 Deputy sheriffs; certain retired under disability retirement. dead
SB401 Income tax exemption for launch services and payload. in committee
SB402 Law Officers' Retirement System; supplemental allowance paid until Social Security retirement age. dead
SB403 Pharmacy benefits; claims and payments submitted electronically. signed by governor
SB404 Substance abuse screening; person become ineligible for public assistance if using illegal drugs. dead
SB405 Controlled substances; nonresident pharmacies reporting and approval requirements. signed by governor
SB406 Prescription drug benefits; penalty for conviction of certain drug-related crimes. in subcommittee
SB407 Tractor-trailer combinations; local ordinances prohibiting use of certain highways. dead
SB408 Literary Fund; distributions. dead
SB409 Conservator of the peace, special; disqualification for appointment. in subcommittee
SB410 State Police dogs; provision of care. in committee
SB411 Motor fuels tax; funding for transportation-related alternatives. passed committee
SB412 Fire Programs Fund; increases rate of assessment. dead
SB413 Mining operations; permit fees to be submitted from applicants that discharge waters. signed by governor
SB414 Nonemergency medical transportation; creates new DMV permit for providers. in committee
SB415 Industrial Development and Revenue Bond Act; officers of Buchanan County may serve as directors. signed by governor
SB416 Insurance agent license examinations; demographic data. in committee
SB417 Sickness and Disability Program; open-enrollment period. dead
SB418 Real Estate Board; waiver of broker education requirements. dead
SB419 Cable television services; provision by localities in certain planning districts. in committee
SB420 Telephone utilities; cable service for those locally operated . in committee
SB421 Bland County; State to convey an easement across certain property therein along Route 665. dead
SB422 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Appalachian Trail. signed by governor
SB423 DEQ; authority to issue and enforce permits, etc. related to air and water pollution. signed by governor
SB424 Real property tax; relief for certain new or rehabilitated, renovated, or replacement real property. in subcommittee
SB425 Real property tax; exemptions and deferrals for persons having legal right to be present in U.S. in subcommittee
SB426 Public Procurement Act; verification of legal presence of contractors for employment. in subcommittee
SB427 Zoning ordinance violation; action on which lis pendens is based. signed by governor
SB428 Zoning ordinance; provisions for issuance of inspection warrants by magistrate. signed by governor
SB429 Opiate addiction treatment providers; daily service fee. dead
SB430 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers. in committee
SB431 Transmission lines; utility to submit to SCC plan to install underground. in subcommittee
SB432 Electrical transmission lines; damages to adjoining landowners. in subcommittee
SB433 Immigration laws; Governor to enter into memorandum of agreement w/Immigration and Customs. in subcommittee
SB434 Illegal aliens; ineligibility for in-state tuition and educational benefits. in subcommittee
SB435 Educational programs; computation of composite index. in committee
SB436 Concealed weapons; allows person to carry in private motor vehicle, etc. if locked in container. vetoed by governor
SB437 Abortion; licensure of clinics. in committee
SB438 Character education; adds humane education in treatment of companion animals to programs. in subcommittee
SB439 Human immunodeficiency virus, etc.; testing of persons charged with crime against women. signed by governor
SB440 Inmates; emergency psychiatric treatment. dead
SB441 Crime victims and witnesses; prohibits inquiry of immigration status. passed committee
SB442 Higher educational institutions; operational authority therefor in information technology. signed by governor
SB443 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers. in committee
SB444 Motor fuels tax; funding for transportation-related alternatives. in committee
SB445 Motor fuels tax; funding for transportation-related alternatives. dead
SB446 Clean energy future; electric energy sold to be generated from renewable generation energy sources. dead
SB447 Green Buildings Act; Department of General Services determines when project qualifies for exemption. dead
SB448 Trees; conservation thereof during development process for air quality improvement in localities. in committee
SB449 Public-Private Transportation Act; competitive bidding. dead
SB450 Slayer statute; insurance company not liable for policies acquired by slayer of decedent. signed by governor
SB451 Diversion center incarceration program; placement of defendant with Department of Corrections. signed by governor
SB452 Campaign contributions; requires PACs report contributions for election of particular candidate. signed by governor
SB453 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; increases membership. dead
SB454 Residential Property Disclosure Act; disclosure of stormwater detention facilities. dead
SB455 Local government authority; registration of non-owner occupied residential dwellings; civil penalty. in committee
SB456 Uniform Statewide Building Code; grading limitations. dead
SB457 Single lot development; developers to provide stormwater management. in committee
SB458 Rental inspection districts; removes certain language that expressly rejects construction thereof. dead
SB459 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for nonprofit entities exempt from federal income taxes. dead
SB460 Charter; Town of Brodnax. signed by governor
SB461 Credit reports; authorizes armed services members and spouses to freeze. in subcommittee
SB462 Transient occupancy tax; extends sunset date to January 1, 2012, for Arlington County. signed by governor
SB463 Infectious diseases; residential or day program, etc. licensed by State to report cases. signed by governor
SB464 Energy and Climate Change, Commission on; established, report. passed senate
SB465 Port Authority; police officer to provide security beyond locality where property is located. signed by governor
SB466 Port Authority; encourages employees thereof to save for retirement. signed by governor
SB467 Port Authority; establish trust to help offset its postemployment benefits liability. signed by governor
SB468 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts 4-H Clubs therefrom in fundraising. dead
SB469 Transportation funding; repeals certain abusive driver fee, changes to motor fuels tax rate, etc. in committee
SB470 Natural resources; provides annual funding therefor. dead
SB471 Short-term real property rental businesses; taxations applied. dead
SB472 Group homes & residential facilities for children; regulations for licensure of programs offered. passed senate
SB473 Resources Authority; authorized to finance park and recreation projects. signed by governor
SB474 Sheltered workshop; Department of Minority Business Enterprises to establish certification program. dead
SB475 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing symbols, etc. of business entities. dead
SB476 Concealed handguns; prohibits person from carrying into a restaurant. vetoed by governor
SB477 Development rights programs; State grants shall be distributed to local purchase thereof. signed by governor
SB478 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; acceptance of awards. enacted
SB479 Comprehensive Services Act; annual workshop to train on best practices and evidence-based practices. signed by governor
SB480 Comprehensive Services Act; utilization review. in committee
SB481 Residential service providers; Executive Council to develop, etc. uniform data collection standards. in committee
SB482 Data collection; Executive Council to oversee development & implementation of program therefor. in committee
SB483 Comprehensive Services Act; Executive Council to oversee development, etc. of performance measures. signed by governor
SB484 Comprehensive Services Act; cost of services. in committee
SB485 Comprehensive Services Act; child-level data collection. in committee
SB486 Comprehensive Services Act; data collection for client-specific database. in committee
SB487 Comprehensive Services Act; Executive Council oversee development of services for at-risk children. signed by governor
SB488 Comprehensive Services, Executive Council for; duties. in committee
SB489 Community policy and management teams; required to identify children in residential care facilities. in committee
SB490 No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education to make recommendation regard to participation therein. signed by governor
SB491 Retirement System; retirement credits for special forest wardens. in committee
SB492 Vital Records, Office of, et al.; development of alternative verification system. dead
SB493 Foster & adoption workers; Department of Social Services to establish minimum training requirments. signed by governor
SB494 Neurotrauma Initiative Advisory Board; changes reporting requirments. signed by governor
SB495 Medicine, Board of; certain information to be made available thereto. enacted
SB496 Real property tax; exemptions and deferrals for certain residential or farm property. dead
SB497 Abraham's law; definition of abused or neglected child. in committee
SB498 Gas chambers; prohibits use thereof for euthanizing companion animals. in committee
SB499 Inmates; permitting work on public or private property. signed by governor
SB500 Infectious disease presumption; emergency declaration by Governor. dead
SB501 Smoking; prohibited in restaurants. dead
SB502 Income tax, state; subtraction for National Guard or Reserve personnel pay. dead
SB503 Emergency Medical Services, Department of; established. in committee
SB504 Assault and battery; penalty when against attorneys for State. dead
SB505 Charter; Town of Bowling Green. signed by governor
SB506 Arrest; resetting of bail or amending bail set. signed by governor
SB507 Underage drinking and driving; punishment. dead
SB508 Absentee ballot applications; may receive by electronic transmission. signed by governor
SB509 Voting equipment; locking and securing after an election. signed by governor
SB510 Higher educational institutions; policies addressing student loan vendors. signed by governor
SB511 Natural Resources Commitment Fund; created. signed by governor
SB512 DMV fees; surcharge of issuance of any driver's license other than commercial driver. in committee
SB513 Nonpoint source pollution reduction; Governor & General Assembly to provide funding therefor. signed by governor
SB514 Health, Department of; established as radiation control agency. signed by governor
SB515 Driver's license; fingerprinting person who drives without, impoundment of vehicle. in subcommittee
SB516 State & public employment; required eligibility verification documentation. in subcommittee
SB517 Contractors; shall not knowingly employ unauthorized alien. signed by governor
SB518 Custody and visitation; ex parte orders. in subcommittee
SB519 Zoning appeals, Board of; petitioner to be awarded reasonable attorney fees and court costs. dead
SB520 Interoperability Executive Committee; established, report. signed by governor
SB521 Veterans services; changes references under powers & duties of Commissioner of Veterans Services. in committee
SB522 Law-enforcement officer; assault and battery against, penalty. dead
SB523 Ballots, paper & machine; write-in votes will be counted if last name is spelled correctly. in committee
SB524 Hunting on Sunday; allows hunting thereon. in committee
SB525 Uranium Mining Commission; established, report. dead
SB526 Vehicle safety inspections; required every 24 months instead of every 12 months. dead
SB527 Regional jail vehicles; equipped with colored warning lights. dead
SB528 Marine Resources Commission; permits in emergency situations. dead
SB529 Concealed handgun permits; access to personal information of permittees. dead
SB530 Crowd control; authority to bring civil action against person who negligently fails to provide. dead
SB531 Zoning ordinances; certain disclosures of real parties in interest. dead
SB532 Land use proceedings; disclosures in Loudoun County. signed by governor
SB533 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; disclosure of real estate interests. signed by governor
SB534 Campaign finance disclosure; requires certain candidates to file reports electronically. dead
SB535 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; prohibited conduct for certain officers, etc. dead
SB536 Elections; additional testing of voting equipment in certification process. signed by governor
SB537 School boards, local; required to develop policies for changing students grades. dead
SB538 Higher educational institutions; first warning and emergency notification system required. signed by governor
SB539 Higher educational institutions; board of visitors, etc. to establish violence prevention committee. signed by governor
SB540 Virginia Criminal Information Network (VCIN); protective order information sent thereto, expiration. signed by governor
SB541 Electrical transmission lines; State Corporation Commission review. in subcommittee
SB542 Public schools; abortion services prohibited. in committee
SB543 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for non-profit schools licensed by Department of Education. dead
SB544 Master Settlement Agreement; makes several changes to enhance criminal enforcement activities. dead
SB545 Master Settlement Agreement; regulation of cigarette manufacturers. signed by governor
SB546 Correctional facilities, local; City of Danville & Pittsylvania County to enter into jail project. dead
SB547 Criminal appeals; to appeal conviction defense counsel must certify there is legitimate issue. in subcommittee
SB548 Bail; presumption against thereof for person charged with failure to appear. dead
SB549 Identity theft & etc.; multijurisdictional grand jury may investigate. signed by governor
SB550 Notarial certificates; removes requirement that wording appear on same page as signature. in subcommittee
SB551 Recordation tax; changes basis of calculation on transfer of real estate. dead
SB552 Fishing license; exemptions for persons assisting disabled persons. signed by governor
SB553 Appointment of counsel; indigent defendants. signed by governor
SB554 Elections; voter identification requirements. dead
SB555 Auditor of Public Accounts; auditing services. dead
SB556 Reckless driving; violation of right-of-way resulting in death of another. dead
SB557 Students, first-time; preadmission physical examinations. in committee
SB558 Vehicle weight limit statutes; enforcement by local law-enforcement agencies. dead
SB559 Composite index, local; number of students. signed by governor
SB560 Triggerman rule; redefinition thereof. vetoed by governor
SB561 Community foundations; added to list of organizations that may receive contributions of tax refunds. signed by governor
SB562 Methamphetamine; manufacturing, selling, giving, and distributing thereof, penalty. passed senate
SB563 Civil cases; time limit for those held under advisement. signed by governor
SB564 Support cases; appeal bonds. in subcommittee
SB565 Motor vehicle equity loans; caps interest thereon. in committee
SB566 Circuit and district courts; withdrawal of appeals. signed by governor
SB567 Standards of Quality; increased positions for students having limited English proficiency. dead
SB568 Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; increases annual assessment for physicians. in committee
SB569 University of Virginia; appointments of Board of Visitors. signed by governor
SB570 High-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes; revises procedures for enforcing violations. signed by governor
SB571 Telephone service; alternatives to regulation. dead
SB572 Utility Transfers Act; acquisition or disposal of assets or of control of telephone companies. in committee
SB573 Limited Liability Company Act; reorganizes provisions thereof. signed by governor
SB574 Virginia's Future, Council on; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
SB575 Electric Utility Restructuring, Commission on; renamed Commission on Electric Utility Regulation. in committee
SB576 Credit reports; authorizes consumer to freeze access thereto. enacted
SB577 Trademarks and service marks; registration and protection, penalties. signed by governor
SB578 VirginiaShare Health Insurance Program; established, report. dead
SB579 Health, Department of; payment for medical care services. signed by governor
SB580 War Memorial Foundation; increase in membership. signed by governor
SB581 Educational Facilities Bond Act of 2008; created. in committee
SB582 Income tax, state; conformity of system with Internal Revenue Code. signed by governor
SB583 Unclaimed property; reduces holding period for abandonment for banks & financial organizations. dead
SB584 Alcoholic beverage control; prohibits certain acts by licensees, exceptions for sangria. passed senate
SB585 Planning and Budget, Director of Department; required to have searchable budget database website. dead
SB586 Gas and Oil Act; notification of interested parties. signed by governor
SB587 Local Government Manager Retention Program; retirement benefits for chief local executive employee. dead
SB588 Payday Loan Act; requires SCC to contract with one or more parties to develop, etc. database. passed senate
SB589 Jail construction, local; State will reimburse up to one-half of capital costs. dead
SB590 Sex Offender & Crimes Against Minors Registry; person may petition circuit court about registration. passed senate
SB591 Tourism zones, local; increases number of years which tax incentives may be provided therein. signed by governor
SB592 Animal protection and fighting; broadens penalty. signed by governor
SB593 Freedom of Information Act; confidential records discussion to be conducted in non-public meeting. signed by governor
SB594 Dams; exempts owners of those not dangerous & historically significant from correcting deficiencies. dead
SB595 Regional jails; extends deadline for consideration of construction, enlargement, etc. thereof. in committee
SB596 Electric Utility Restructuring, Commission on; continue as Commission on Electric Utility Regulation passed senate
SB597 Simulcast horse racing; Racing Commission authorizes wagering thereon & allocates proceeds. dead
SB598 ABC agent; assault and battery against, penalty. in subcommittee
SB599 Retirement System; additional creditable service for special forest wardens. in committee
SB600 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. signed by governor
SB601 Alcoholic beverages; changes penalty for underage possession. dead
SB602 Medical malpractice; definition of professional services. signed by governor
SB603 Charter; City of Williamsburg. signed by governor
SB604 Secondhand dealers; regulation thereof to current statutes regulating pawnbrokers. passed committee
SB605 Court of Appeals; en banc hearings. signed by governor
SB606 Real Estate Cooperative Act; assessments for certain cooperatives. signed by governor
SB607 Towing and recovery operator; definition excludes franchised motor vehicle dealer. signed by governor
SB608 Crimes; effect of subsequent marriage to child over 14 years of age. signed by governor
SB609 Inmates; officer of correctional facility to inquire of alien status. signed by governor
SB610 Court-appointed counsel; compensation in district court for those defending juvenile offenders. signed by governor
SB611 Detention center incarceration program; placement of defendant with Department of Corrections. signed by governor
SB612 Liability, fire, & motor vehicle insurance policies; establishes exceptions to prohibitions. signed by governor
SB613 Eastern Virginia Medical School; length of term for Board of Visitors. signed by governor
SB614 Retirement System; authority to manage and invest certain funds. dead
SB615 Workers' compensation; expands definition of law-enforcement officer to include Capitol Police. signed by governor
SB616 Real Estate Cooperative Act; amendment of declaration. signed by governor
SB617 Apprentice hunting license; Department of Game and Inland Fisheries to issue. signed by governor
SB618 Petit larceny; person who is convicted for second time must undergo substance abuse screening. signed by governor
SB619 Retirement System; average final compensation retirement multiplier. dead
SB620 Mentally retarded; replaces term with intellectually disabled. signed by governor
SB621 Notaries public; clarifies provisions relating to adoption of electronic notarization, etc. signed by governor
SB622 Circuit court clerks; clarifies issues regarding electronic filing & recording of land records, etc. signed by governor
SB623 Illegal aliens; presumption of no bail for those charged with certain crimes. signed by governor
SB624 Retirement System; benefits for superintendents and sworn officers of regional jails. dead
SB625 Bipartisan Redistricting Commission; created, report. in committee
SB626 Incompetent defendants; disposition. in subcommittee
SB627 Climate Change, Commission on; created, report. in committee
SB628 Incarceration; waiving interest during period thereof. dead
SB629 Child support; tolling thereof for incarcerated parents. dead
SB630 Child support; accrual of interest on debts due. dead
SB631 Accident and sickness insurance; coverage for the treatment of infertility. dead
SB632 Trees; conservation of during land development process for air quality improvement. in committee
SB633 Prisoners; notification of child support payments. signed by governor
SB634 Public defenders; permits county or city offices to supplement compensation thereof. signed by governor
SB635 Alcoholic beverage control; alcohol content in prepared foods. signed by governor
SB636 Higher educational institutions; requesting complete student record from high school. signed by governor
SB637 Child abuse; animal control officers required to report. signed by governor
SB638 Protective orders; notification of service. dead
SB639 Crime victims and witnesses; immigration status. in subcommittee
SB640 Family life education; adds mental health education & awareness to list of topics to be covered. signed by governor
SB641 Land preservation tax credit; conveyance for public parks, recreational areas, or trails. dead
SB642 TANF; eligibility for food stamps when convicted of drug-related felonies. in committee
SB643 Foster care; require code of ethics agreement signed by head of every foster home, etc. signed by governor
SB644 Pedestrians and drivers; sets out responsibilities at marked and unmarked crosswalks. dead
SB645 Health insurance; mandated coverage for prosthetic devices and components. dead
SB646 Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee in person without providing reason. in committee
SB647 Freedom of Information Act; exemption for certain publicly owned museum records. dead
SB648 Motor oil, used; annual survey of individual practices. signed by governor
SB649 Motor vehicle safety belt systems; repeals language that makes nonuse secondary offense. dead
SB650 Waste motor oil equipment; repeals provision that provides tax credit for purchase price paid. dead
SB651 Aerospace Engine Manufacturing Performance Grant Program; created. signed by governor
SB652 Higher educational institutions; prohibits certain persons from eligibility for in-state tuition. dead
SB653 Southwest Virginia Cultural Heritage Commission, created. signed by governor
SB654 Jerry Falwell Parkway; designating as portion of Route 460 between City of Lynchburg & Campbell Co. signed by governor
SB655 Contractors; employees having direct contact with students on school property. dead
SB656 Annexation; extends current annexation moratorium to 2018. dead
SB657 Health care providers; those responding to disaster immune from liability. signed by governor
SB658 Comprehensive Services Act Program; case management and residential care plan. in committee
SB659 Gang-related activities; Office of Commonwealth Preparedness to identify links between terrorism. in committee
SB660 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; power to enter into design-build contracts. passed committee
SB661 Virginia Housing Trust Fund; creates dedicated source of funding via percentage of recordation tax. dead
SB662 Virginia War Memorial; State Treasurer to advance loan for construction of an educational wing. signed by governor
SB663 Companion animals; authorizes localities to charge for the repeated impoundment thereof. signed by governor
SB664 Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers. in committee
SB665 Tire recycling fee; extended until July 1, 2011. signed by governor
SB666 Utility Transfers Act; person shall not acquire or dispose of control of public utility, etc. in committee
SB667 Motion picture production companies; expands tax incentives. dead
SB668 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain computer. signed by governor
SB669 Alcoholic beverage control; ABC agents check national criminal database for background checks. signed by governor
SB670 Payday lending charges; establishes a maximum annual interest rate. dead
SB671 Single-family dwellings; extends effective date requiring Surry County to provide for clustering. dead
SB672 Nursing facility beds; Health Commissioner to issue Request for Applications in Planning District 9. dead
SB673 Deputy sheriffs; locality allow those injured to use accrued leave to supplement workers' comp. signed by governor
SB674 Health insurance credits; all retired employees of local school divisions to receive. dead
SB675 Credit unions; added to institutions that may be qualified public depositories. in committee
SB676 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; abolishes Authority, taxes, etc., dedicated to operation. dead
SB677 Criminal jurors; disqualifications. dead
SB678 Drug Treatment Court Act; authorized drug treatment court for Tazewell County. dead
SB679 Forest firefighting by localities or volunteer fire or rescue; recovery of costs. signed by governor
SB680 Service-disabled veteran-owned small business programs; aligns state's requirements with federal. signed by governor
SB681 Water well systems providers; required to be onsite at all times for drilling, etc. signed by governor
SB682 State Police, Department of; variable housing allowance. dead
SB683 Higher Education Board Appointments, Commission on; removes sunset provision. signed by governor
SB684 Provisional ballot procedures; corrects reference in Code concerning handling thereof. signed by governor
SB685 Voting equipment; acquisition and securing by localities. dead
SB686 Storage facility operators; duty to file lists of tenants, etc. with commissioner of revenue. passed committee
SB687 Mentally retarded; replaces term with intellectually disabled. in committee
SB688 Motor vehicle insurance; provide reductions to certain persons who complete DMV approved course. in committee
SB689 Biodiesel and green diesel fuel; definition thereof. signed by governor
SB690 Water Quality Improvement Fund; reimbursment to localities for costs of nutrient removal upgrades. signed by governor
SB691 Towing; regulations for those seeking tow truck authorization documents and provisional changes. signed by governor
SB692 Insurance agents; revises definition of limited burial insurance authorities. dead
SB693 Physician assistants; agreement with supervising physician detailing activities delegated thereto. signed by governor
SB694 Payday loans; prohibits lender from harrassing, oppressing, or abusing when collecting a debt. dead
SB695 Retirement System; benefits for local school superintendents. dead
SB696 Charitable gaming; conduct of raffles. signed by governor
SB697 Motor vehicle insurance settlement practices; cap on reimbursement for paint and materials. signed by governor
SB698 Motorcycle helmets; penalty for failure to wear a helmet. passed committee
SB699 Computation of time; when statute of limitations ends on Saturday, Sunday, legal holiday, etc. signed by governor
SB700 Neighborhood Assistance Act; changes tax credit program. signed by governor
SB701 Long-term care services; adds representatives of housing, etc. to coordination committees. signed by governor
SB702 Influenza vaccinations; Department of Health to publish on its website information thereon. dead
SB703 Motion Picture Incentive Performance Grant Fund; created. dead
SB704 Nonprofit foundations; gifts & donations by localities thereto support public parks, libraries, etc. signed by governor
SB705 William and Mary, College of; management agreement with State. dead
SB706 Hampton Roads Sanitation District; redefines term sewage disposal system. signed by governor
SB707 Towing and Recovery Operators, Board of; powers, duties, and regulations. signed by governor
SB708 Urban archery season; incorporate regulations consistent with daily hunting provisions. dead
SB709 Mortgage lenders, etc.; prohibits making a mortgage that is more expensive than borrower qualifies. dead
SB710 Trees; conservation during the land development process for air quality improvement. signed by governor
SB711 Plastic carryout bags; retail merchant shall provide durable plastic bag, with handles, etc. dead
SB712 Cap and trade system for NOx and SO2; nonattainment areas. dead
SB713 Motor fuels tax; rate increase. dead
SB714 Petroleum products franchises; rights of dealers upon sale or assignment of franchise agreement. signed by governor
SB715 Election precincts; prohibits counties & cities from abolishing, etc. precincts. signed by governor
SB716 Asbestos, Lead, & Home Inspectors, Board for; home inspection include evaluation of heating systems. dead
SB717 Coal combustion byproduct; use, reuse, or reclamation in a floodplain dead
SB718 Renewable energy; investor-owned electric utilities report annually on efforts to conserve energy. signed by governor
SB719 Railroad corporations; prohibits foreign control without approval of State Corporation Commission. dead
SB720 HOT lanes; additional lanes on I-95 or I-395 in or between Arlington County & Spotsylvania County. dead
SB721 Foods in public schools; Board & Department of Health update regulations for nutrition. dead
SB722 Human papillomavirus vaccine; removes requirement for girls to receive immunization. in committee
SB723 Driver's license, provisional; primary offense. dead
SB724 Hampton Roads & Northern Virginia Transportation Authorities; repeal authority impose fees or taxes. dead
SB725 Grounds for divorce; minor children. dead
SB726 Freedom of Information Act; exempts from public disclosure certain proprietary records. signed by governor
SB727 Charter; City of Fredericksburg. signed by governor
SB728 Motor vehicle dealers; collection of annual license and registration fees in certain localities. dead
SB729 Retail Sales & Use Tax; Northern Virginia Transportation Authority authorized to impose. dead
SB730 Concealed handgun permits; access to permittee information. in committee
SB731 Central Criminal Records Exchange; clarifies orders for mental health treatment forwarded by court. in subcommittee
SB732 Class 1 misdemeanors; local law-enforcement shall report to school superintendent, etc. in subcommittee
SB733 Illegal aliens; presumption against admission to bail for those charged with criminal offense. in subcommittee
SB734 Administrative Process Act; public participation guidelines for executive branch agencies. signed by governor
SB735 Decedents' estates; priority of debts. signed by governor
SB736 State song; designates 'Cradle of Liberty'. dead
SB737 School Construction Revolving Fund; created, report. dead
SB738 Adult protective services; reporting of suspected financial abuse of elderly & dependent persons. dead
SB739 Noise emissions; DMV to establish for motor vehicles. dead
SB740 Southwest Regional Recreation Authority; established. signed by governor
SB741 Human Resources Management; develop expedited processes for procurement of staff augmentation. signed by governor
SB742 Annexation proceedings; extends moratorium. signed by governor
SB743 Group life insurance; permits retiree to make beneficiary designation to purchase funeral services. dead
SB744 Land preservation tax credit; establishes process where properties are registered with Dept. of Tax. dead
SB745 Verification, legal presence; public schools and higher education. in subcommittee
SB746 Frontier Culture Museum; allowed to lease structures on state property, with Governor's consent. signed by governor
SB747 State Police Staffing, Special Commission on; established. dead
SB748 Alternative fuels & air emissions; no permit modifications, etc. required under certain conditions. signed by governor
SB749 Public-Private Partnership Advisory Commission; technical assistance shall be provided by DGS. signed by governor
SB750 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of National D-Day Memorial Foundation. signed by governor
SB751 Water and sewer rates; towns may charge higher rates for out of town customers. dead
SB752 Brownfields; public notice of voluntary remediation plans. dead
SB753 Public-Private Transportation Act; prohibits private entity from imposing tolls on Interstates. in committee
SB754 Public-Private Transportation Act; prohibits private entity from imposing tolls on Interstate 81. signed by governor
SB755 Water and Waste Authorities Act; powers of political subdivision. in committee
SB756 Virginia Career Readiness Certificate Program; created, report. signed by governor
SB757 Elections; town election polling places and processes signed by governor
SB758 License plates, special; issuance to family members of certain persons killed in military service. in committee
SB759 Concealed handgun permits; access to permittee information. in committee
SB760 Veterans services; Dept. to establish guidelines for eligibility for domiciled veterans, etc. signed by governor
SB761 Rental assistance pilot project; Department of Housing and Community Development to establish. dead
SB762 Abortion; forced or coerced prohibited, penalty. in committee
SB763 Changeable electronic variable message signs; imposes a moratorium on erection of advertisements. dead
SB764 Address confidentiality for victims of domestic violence; program expanded. signed by governor
SB765 Water safety enforcement; provide enhanced enforcement effort on Smith Mountain Lake in summer. signed by governor
SB766 Demolition of historic structures, cemeteries and graves; civil penalty. dead
SB767 Richmond Metropolitan Authority; revises composition of Board of Directors. dead
SB768 Conditional zoning; replaces cash proffer system with system of impact fees. dead
SB769 Commitment hearing; independent examiner or community services board member attending. in subcommittee
SB770 Transient occupancy tax; used for advertising Historic Triangle area. signed by governor
SB771 Extradition; sheriff or police chief may hire private entity to perform on behalf of State. dead
SB772 Conditions of bond; court may bar person in elected office from returning to constitutional office. passed senate
SB773 Identity theft; statute of limitations. signed by governor
SB774 Property value assessments; Campbell County notice to include date and time of public hearing. dead
SB775 Drug Treatment Court Act; authorized drug treatment court, etc. for Franklin County. dead
SB776 Concealed weapons; attorney for Commonwealth may carry without a permit. signed by governor
SB777 Sewage systems; counties and towns may approve. dead
SB778 Tolls; State Corporation Commission authority to approve or revise rates charged. signed by governor
SB779 Real estate taxes; assessments, bills, and deferral by localities. dead
SB780 School Construction Revolving Fund; created, report. dead
SB781 Higher educational institutions; enrollment of aliens. in committee
SB782 Illegal aliens; corporate existence terminated involuntarily for employing. signed by governor
SB783 Tax rates; locality to fix at least 30 days prior to approval of budget for ensuing year. dead
SB784 ABC Board; sell magazines in government stores that educate public about Virginia wine industry. dead
SB785 Health insurance; repeals provision requiring coverage for bone marrow transplants. signed by governor
SB786 Sexual assault; Dept. of State Police, etc. establish policies for responding to crimes involving. signed by governor
SB787 Bioscience and Biotechnology, Commission on; created, report. dead
SB788 Social Services, Department of; nonattorney employees to complete, sign, file petitions & motions. signed by governor
SB789 Real estate assessments; burden of proof on appeal. dead
SB790 Candidates for office; repeals provision that provides method of making party nominations. dead
SB791 Incentive zoning; definition. signed by governor
SB792 Real estate tax; purchaser of property belonging to State, etc. entitled to tax credit. dead
SB793 Oath of office; person elected to State office make oath before notary if in US Armed Forces. signed by governor
SB794 Clarksville-Boydton Airport Commission; authorized to issue bonds. signed by governor
SB795 College Building Authority; certain projects financed thereby. dead
SB796 Polling places; provides for extension of polling hours in emergency situations. dead
SB797 Mortgage lenders or servicers; notice and additional time before foreclosure on high-risk loans. passed senate
SB798 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; establishes certain state taxes and fees with revenues. dead
SB799 Move-over law; drivers must move to lane not adjacent emergency vehicle displaying emergency lights. signed by governor
SB800 State lottery revenues; transferred to Lottery Proceeds Fund for payment to counties, cities, etc. dead
SB5001 Capital outlay projects; issuance of bonds for facilities and other projects therefor, etc. signed by governor
SB6001 Transportation funding; dedication of retail sales and use tax revenues to the Transportation Trust in committee
SB6002 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority. in committee
SB6003 Long-range transportation plan of Hampton Roads MPO. in committee
SB6004 Highway maintenance by certain counties. in committee
SB6005 Offshore natural gas and petroleum resources. in committee
SB6006 Transportation funding and administration for Hampton Roads. in committee
SB6007 Tolls for use of Interstate Highway System components; disposition of revenue; motor fuel tax rate r in committee
SB6008 Virginia Racing Commission; simulcast horse racing; allocations. in committee
SB6009 Statewide and regional transportation funding. in committee
SB6010 Transportation funding and administration. in committee
SB6011 Offshore Energy Revenue Fund. in committee
SB6012 Flextime income tax credit. in committee
SB6013 Income tax; telework expenses tax credit. in committee
SB6014 Income tax deduction; utilization of alternative modes of transportation. in committee
SB6015 Revenues of the Commonwealth; transportation funding. in committee
SB6016 Virginia Property Owners Association Act; reformation of declarations. in committee
SB6017 Board for Contractors. in committee
SB6018 Certificate of free sale; Department of Health. introduced
SJ1 Celebrating the life of Walter R. Stickel, Jr. passed senate
SJ2 Celebrating the life of Harry Lee Boaz. passed senate
SJ3 Celebrating the life of Randolph Wade. passed senate
SJ4 Celebrating the life of Elbert E. Stone. passed senate
SJ5 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
SJ6 Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (second reference). dead
SJ7 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference). dead
SJ8 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans (first reference). dead
SJ9 Celebrating the life of Dorothy Adams Burwell. passed senate
SJ10 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans (first reference). dead
SJ11 Celebrating the life of Rosa Bernice Cannon Boush. passed senate
SJ12 Celebrating the life of Marilyn L. Jones. passed senate
SJ13 Celebrating the life of Sara Hamburg Tonelson. passed senate
SJ14 Celebrating the life of William H. Wright. passed senate
SJ15 Celebrating the life of Geraldine Evans Bond. passed senate
SJ16 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Willie R. Ponds, Sr. passed senate
SJ17 Service Fee Directory; comprehensive information system to replace or revise. dead
SJ18 Celebrating the life of R. Lindsay Gordon III. passed senate
SJ19 Celebrating the life of Evelyn Daniel Chandler. passed senate
SJ20 Celebrating the life of Charles E. Flowers. passed senate
SJ21 Celebrating the life of Dr. Lorenzo Pharr Archer. passed senate
SJ22 Celebrating the life of Willie Etta Fayton. passed senate
SJ23 Celebrating the life of Herbert M. Collins, Sr. passed senate
SJ24 Dyslexia Awareness Month; designating as October 2008, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
SJ25 65 percent Solution; General Assembly recognize problems with and implications thereof. dead
SJ26 Illegal immigration; Attorney General to pursue all remedies through litigation for reimbursement. dead
SJ27 Commending the Westfield High School football team. passed senate
SJ28 Children; Commission to study use of enhanced punishment for crimes committed in presence thereof. dead
SJ29 Celebrating the life of Collins H. Howlett III. passed senate
SJ30 Celebrating the life of Marion Wingfield Johnson. passed senate
SJ31 Parole; Department of Corrections to report on pilot study use of risk assessment instrument. dead
SJ32 Energy-efficient office & public buildings; Commission on Energy & Climate Change to study options. dead
SJ33 Celebrating the life of Margie M. Jumper. passed senate
SJ34 Commending the William Fleming High School boys' basketball team. passed senate
SJ35 Celebrating the life of F. Rodney Fitzpatrick. passed senate
SJ36 Celebrating the life of Thomas B. Mason. passed senate
SJ37 Celebrating the life of William Andrew Dickinson. passed senate
SJ38 Celebrating the life of Jack B. Coulter. passed senate
SJ39 Celebrating the life of Byron Adna Hicks. passed senate
SJ40 Commending Virginia Commonwealth University on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. passed senate
SJ41 Virginia Commonwealth University Day; designating as July 1, 2008. passed senate
SJ42 Mental health system; Joint Commission on Health Care to review recommendations and legislation. passed senate
SJ43 Memorial resolution; Yolanda Denise King. passed senate
SJ44 Celebrating the life of Irene Amos Morgan Kirkaldy passed senate
SJ45 Juveniles; Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice to study process of whether to try as adult. in committee
SJ46 Mental Health Needs & Treatment of Minority Young Adults; Joint Commission on Health Care Studying. passed senate
SJ47 Medicine; JLARC to conduct review of effectiveness of Board of Medicine in regulating practice. dead
SJ48 Constitutional amendment; localities to tax historical property on basis of its use value. dead
SJ49 Parkinsons Disease Awareness Month; designating as April 2008, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
SJ50 Craney Island Dredged Materials Management Area; JLARC to study impact of greater elevations. in committee
SJ51 Celebrating the life of Roger William Edwards. passed senate
SJ52 Celebrating the life of George Christopher Cypress, Jr. passed senate
SJ53 Celebrating the life of Gregory Cherry. passed senate
SJ54 Celebrating the life of passed senate
SJ55 Teachers; joint subcommittee to study shortage in State. dead
SJ56 Vacant residential units; Housing Commission to study problem in densely populated urban areas. passed senate
SJ57 Local government; joint subcommittee to study organization thereof. dead
SJ58 World Health Organization; Congress to support participation of Republic of China (Taiwan). dead
SJ59 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
SJ60 Constitutional amendment; assessment of real property for tax purposes (first reference). dead
SJ61 Public schools; joint subcommittee to study ways to promote reading proficiency & comprehension. dead
SJ62 Local government; joint subcommittee to study method to alleviate circumstance that prevent meeting. in committee
SJ63 Commending Chancellor Volunteer Fire and Rescue. passed senate
SJ64 Plumbing Industry Week; designating as April 27 through May 3, 2008. passed senate
SJ65 Southeastern Public Service Authority; Auditor of Public Accounts to collect, receive data, etc. passed senate
SJ66 School boards; JLARC to study implications of granting fiscal autonomy to those elected. dead
SJ67 Commending the Thomas Dale High School boy's volleyball team. passed senate
SJ68 School facilities; joint subcommittee to study state assistance to localities for financing, etc. dead
SJ69 Humane Education Week; designating as first full week in February 2008, and each succeeding year. in committee
SJ70 Development and land use tools; joint subcommittee to study. passed senate
SJ71 High voltage transmission lines; SCC to require electric utility applying for approval to construct. in committee
SJ72 Commending the Town of Elkton on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed senate
SJ73 Constitutional amendment; partial exemption of local real estate taxes (first reference). dead
SJ74 Foster care families; Department of Social Services to study options for increasing number in State. dead
SJ75 Comprehensive Services Program for At-Risk Youth & Families Program; Joint Subcommittee Studying. passed senate
SJ76 Open-Space Land & Farmlands, Long-Term Funding for Purchase of Development Rights; Study. dead
SJ77 Substance abuse; joint subcommittee to study strategies and models for prevention and treatment. passed senate
SJ78 Commending BRCC SIFE - Blue Ridge Community College Students in Free Enterprise team. passed senate
SJ79 Teacher salaries; joint subcommittee to study feasibility of creating dedicated revenue stream. in committee
SJ80 Affordable housing; Housing Commission to study incentives for targeted development, etc. dead
SJ81 Homeowners; Dept of Tax. to study implications of income tax credit based upon property taxes. dead
SJ82 Plastic bags; Department of Environmental Quality to study policies to mitigate negative effects. in committee
SJ83 Mass transit; Department of Rail & Public Transportation to study for Northern Virginia. in committee
SJ84 Celebrating the life of Emily Weese Purdy. passed senate
SJ85 Celebrating the life of Francis Bell, Jr. passed senate
SJ86 Celebrating the life of Emily Jane Hilscher. passed senate
SJ87 Celebrating the life of John Neff Neese. passed senate
SJ88 Constitutional amendment; defines term public uses & specifies which private property may be taken. dead
SJ89 Unclaimed Property Act; Department of Treasury to study reporting requirements established by State. dead
SJ90 Restorative justice; Crime Commission to study. dead
SJ91 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). dead
SJ92 Transportation entities; joint subcommittee to study functions and authorities of entities. passed senate
SJ93 Illegal immigration; memorializing Congress to pursue solutions. in committee
SJ94 Climate Change, Commission on; need to provide leadership & assist General Assembly & Governor. in committee
SJ95 Commending Suzanne Lank. passed senate
SJ96 Private landowners; Board of Forestry to study provision of ecological services incentives. in committee
SJ97 Celebrating the life of Marion Gibbs Galland. passed senate
SJ98 Foster care; Department of Social Services to study and develop code of ethics and responsibilty. in committee
SJ99 Circuit Court Clerks' Offices, Joint Subcommittee Studying Operations of; continued. passed senate
SJ100 Nuclear power; joint subcommittee to study power within State. in committee
SJ101 Multistate corporations; joint subcommittee to study benefits of adopting a single sales factor. passed senate
SJ102 Family caregivers; Joint Commission on Health Care to study support services therefor. passed senate
SJ103 Celebrating the life of Francis Thornton West. passed senate
SJ104 Celebrating the life of Bruce H. T. Dallas, Sr. passed senate
SJ105 Celebrating the life of Bill Arnold Adkins. passed senate
SJ106 Celebrating the life of John Tennesson Ticer. passed senate
SJ107 Uranium; joint subcommittee to study mining in State. in committee
SJ108 Children's Miracle Network Day; designating as October 2008, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
SJ109 Commending the Exchange Club of Martinsville on the occasion of its 70th anniversary. passed senate
SJ110 Celebrating the life of Allan McClain. passed senate
SJ111 Celebrating the life of Oliver White Hill, Sr. passed senate
SJ112 Commending NASA on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed senate
SJ113 Commending the Hampton High School girls' basketball team passed senate
SJ114 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ115 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ116 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ117 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ118 Memorial resolution; Dr. Francis Merrill Foster, Sr. passed senate
SJ119 Stop and yield sign posts; DOT to study costs and befefits of applying retroreflective material. dead
SJ120 Comprehensive immigration policy; memorializing Congress of the United States to develop. dead
SJ121 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ122 Rapid transit network, regional; joint subcommittee to study feasibility of creating. passed senate
SJ123 Celebrating the life of Benjamin R. Gardner. passed senate
SJ124 Commending the Town of Kenbridge on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed senate
SJ125 Commending Fairfax County Future Problem Solvers. passed senate
SJ126 Innovative Technology, Center for; innovation index, report. passed senate
SJ127 Commending Jennifer Mitchell. passed senate
SJ128 Health care professionals, licensed; Joint Commission on Health Care to study competence. dead
SJ129 Information Technologies Agency; JLARC to study quality, etc. of services to state agencies. passed senate
SJ130 International education; recognizing importance in higher educational institutions. dead
SJ131 Birthright citizenship; memorializing Congress to amend Fourteenth Amendment of U.S. Constitution. dead
SJ132 Commemorating the 250th anniversary of the birth of James Monroe. passed senate
SJ133 Radioactive waste, low level; Department of Health to study long-term options for disposal thereof. dead
SJ134 Commending Ebenezer Baptist Church on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed senate
SJ135 Celebrating the life of Magdalene Pat Hall. passed senate
SJ136 Commending Grace Anne Braxton. passed senate
SJ137 Commending Jon Fried passed senate
SJ138 Commending Evelyn Aguirre. passed senate
SJ139 Commending Joey Goodrich. passed senate
SJ140 Commending Gordon Churchill Willis, Sr. passed senate
SJ141 Commending Marcus Williams. passed senate
SJ142 Commending Leadership Arlington. passed senate
SJ143 Commending the Virginia National Guard. passed senate
SJ144 Commending the Virginia Tech football team. passed senate
SJ145 Commending Doug Oldham. passed senate
SJ146 Commending Melanie Norris. passed senate
SJ147 Commending TWIG Junior Auxiliary of Inova Alexandria Hospital on its 75th anniversary. passed senate
SJ148 Celebrating the life of William B. Muse, Jr. passed senate
SJ149 Celebrating the life of Julia Campbell. passed senate
SJ150 Commending Timothy Cocrane. passed senate
SJ151 Commending the National Fruit Product Company, Inc. passed senate
SJ152 Commending Steven R. Staples. passed senate
SJ153 Celebrating the life of E. Joseph West. passed senate
SJ154 Celebrating the lives of those lost in the Virginia Tech tragedy. passed senate
SJ155 Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Order Sons of Italy in America. passed senate
SJ156 Commending the All Saints Choir of Men and Boys on the occasion of its 110th anniversary. passed senate
SJ157 Commending the Graves family. passed senate
SJ158 Commending Virginia Citizens for Water Quality, community watershed organizations, and Roundtables. passed senate
SJ159 Commending Joseph Viar, Jr. passed senate
SJ160 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ161 Celebrating the life of George W. Quarles Jr. passed senate
SJ162 Commending Dr. David T. Clark and the Loudoun Archaeological Foundation. passed senate
SJ163 Celebrating the life of Norma Bornarth. passed senate
SJ164 Commending the Town of Leesburg on the occasion of its 250th anniversary. passed senate
SJ165 Commending Jane Garrant Roane. passed senate
SJ166 Celebrating the life of Eve Douglas Prime Fout. passed senate
SJ167 Celebrating the life of Claude Baker Smalts, Jr. passed senate
SJ168 Commending Lucy Swart Beauchamp. passed senate
SJ169 Celebrating the life of G. Bill Backus. passed senate
SJ170 Celebrating the life of Peter Eustis. passed senate
SJ171 Battle of Craney Island Day. passed senate
SJ172 Judges; election in Supreme Court of Virginia and Court of Appeals. passed committee
SJ173 Commending Mary Kostel. passed senate
SJ174 Commending the Jessup family and the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Central Virginia. passed senate
SJ175 Commending the Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center. passed senate
SJ176 Celebrating the life of Marvin Lee Nida. passed senate
SJ177 Celebrating the life of Michael E. Shaheen, Jr. passed senate
SJ178 Celebrating the life of Martin McLaughlin. passed senate
SJ179 Celebrating the life of Dennis W. Webb. passed senate
SJ180 Celebrating the life of Jarrod Brent Shivers. passed senate
SJ181 Celebrating the life of Private First Class David H. Sharrett II. passed senate
SJ182 Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; confirming appointment of Director. passed senate
SJ183 Commending the Buffalo Gap High School football team. passed senate
SJ184 Commending James Madison University on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of its founding. passed senate
SJ185 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Forrest Dane Cauthorn. passed senate
SJ186 Commending the United States Army Reserve on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed senate
SJ187 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Jason R. Arnette. passed senate
SJ188 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Michael D. Moody, Jr. passed senate
SJ189 Celebrating the life of James C. Strickler. passed senate
SJ190 Celebrating the life of Daniel Ray Worsley. passed senate
SJ191 Commending Stop Child Abuse Now of Northern Virginia on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. passed senate
SJ192 Commending Diana F. Cantor. passed senate
SJ193 Commending John Coleman. passed senate
SJ194 Commending VISTA Wealth Strategies and Judy Redpath. passed senate
SJ195 Commending the Jeanie Schmidt Free Clinic and its volunteer medical providers and staff. passed senate
SJ196 Commending the Reston Garden Club. passed senate
SJ197 Celebrating the life of Peter Don Rose. passed senate
SJ198 Celebrating and remembering the life and career of Kenneth McNabb Hicks. passed senate
SJ199 Commending Charles David Robbins. passed senate
SJ200 Celebrating the life of Adolphus Glenroy Small. passed senate
SJ201 Commending the Gretna High School football team. passed senate
SJ202 Commending Yuji Hairston, Jr. passed senate
SJ203 Commending Arva Priola. passed senate
SJ204 Commending the Historic 1908 Courthouse on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed senate
SJ205 Celebrating the life of Private First Class Christopher Edward Murphy. passed senate
SJ206 Celebrating the life of Louise Towles English. passed senate
SJ207 Commending Roanoke Valley Amateur Radio Club, Inc., on the occasion of its 75th anniversary. passed senate
SJ208 State Corporation Commission; election of member. dead
SJ209 Celebrating the life of Nelson Showalter Gardner. passed senate
SJ210 Commending the Menchville High School marching band. passed senate
SJ211 Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the founding of Frederick Military Academy. passed senate
SJ212 Commending G. Harold Plaster. passed senate
SJ213 Celebrating the life of Eve Marie Wilson. passed senate
SJ214 Commending Helen L. Smith. passed senate
SJ215 Commending Alice Sigmon Hall. passed senate
SJ216 Commending W. Q. Overton. passed senate
SJ217 Celebrating the life of James Edward Burton III. passed senate
SJ218 Celebrating the life of Jason Lee Saunders. passed senate
SJ219 Commending the Town of Ashland on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed senate
SJ220 Celebrating the life of Keon S. Chi. passed senate
SJ221 Celebrating the life of Sergeant John Carl Osmolski. passed senate
SJ222 Commending Robert B. Richardson. passed senate
SJ223 Celebrating the life of Kennan Joseph Garvey. passed senate
SJ224 Celebrating the life of J. Trigg Fields. passed senate
SJ225 Vietnam Anti-Trafficking Day; designating as December 2, 2008 and each succeeding year thereafter. dead
SJ226 Commending the William Campbell High School softball team. passed senate
SJ227 Celebrating the life of Travis A. Tennessee. passed senate
SJ228 Commending Sterling Grooms. passed senate
SJ229 Commending Peter Zaino. passed senate
SJ230 Commending R. Scott Silverthorne. passed senate
SJ231 Commending Gail C. Lyon. passed senate
SJ232 Commending the Honorable George Mason III. passed senate
SJ233 Commending Forest G. Jones. passed senate
SJ234 Celebrating the life of Richard A. Williamson. passed senate
SJ235 Celebrating the life of James S. Burgett. passed senate
SJ236 Celebrating the life of Walter B. Dutton. passed senate
SJ237 Celebrating the life of Carl A. Barrs. passed senate
SJ238 Commending Nolan T. Yelich. passed senate
SJ239 Commending the Colonial Williamsburg Fifes and Drums on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed senate
SJ240 Commending Nielsen Builders, Inc., on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed senate
SJ241 Celebrating the life of Eugene C. Renzi. passed senate
SJ242 Commending Leland D. Melvin. passed senate
SJ243 Celebrating the life of Bishop John Gimenez. passed senate
SJ244 Celebrating the life of Laura Anne Yacobi Bateman. passed senate
SJ245 Commending the Freemasons of Virginia for their contributions to the nation and the Commonwealth. passed senate
SJ246 Celebrating the life of George Robert Waymack, Jr. passed senate
SJ247 Commending Stephen Presley. passed senate
SJ248 Commending Moira Callahan. passed senate
SJ249 Commending the Patriot District of the National Capital Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America. passed senate
SJ250 Commending Walter Barr. passed senate
SJ251 Commending John Horejsi. passed senate
SJ252 Commending Elaine McConnell. passed senate
SJ253 Commending Dana Kauffman. passed senate
SJ254 Commending Catherine A. Belter. passed senate
SJ255 Commending Gregory C. Evans. passed senate
SJ256 Commending Maynard Reynolds. passed senate
SJ257 Commending the United Way Thomas Jefferson Area on the occasion of its 65th anniversary. passed senate
SJ258 Celebrating the life of Fred Parkis Yates, Jr. passed senate
SJ259 Celebrating the life of Beulah Boothe Owens. passed senate
SJ260 Celebrating the life of Hughes Westcott Cunningham. passed senate
SJ261 Commending the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics and its alumni. passed senate
SJ262 Commending Otis Taylor. passed senate
SJ263 Commending June Vinson. passed senate
SJ264 Commending the Honorable John K. Cullen. passed senate
SJ265 Commending WFLS News. passed senate
SJ266 Celebrating the life of Harold Hidmore Purcell. passed senate
SJ267 Commending Petty Officer Second Class Arthur Stoddard and Chief Petty Officer Tarry Jones. passed senate
SJ268 Celebrating the life of James Telford Edmunds. passed senate
SJ269 Celebrating the life of Susan McFarland Markel. passed senate
SJ270 Commending the Douglas S. Freeman High School boys indoor track and field team. passed senate
SJ271 Commending and expressing appreciation to the hosts, planners, organizers, volunteers, and sponsors passed senate
SJ5001 Celebrating the life of Charles A. Potter, Sr. passed senate
SJ5002 Celebrating the life of David Vernon Layman. passed senate
SJ5003 Celebrating the life of George Plummer Beard, Jr. passed senate
SJ5004 Celebrating the life of the Honorable John Whittier Scott, Jr. passed senate
SJ5005 Celebrating the life of Sattie Joyce Harris Byrd. passed senate
SJ5006 Celebrating the life of Jocelyn Pretlow Goss. passed senate
SJ5007 Celebrating the life of Zenobia Johnson Poyner. passed senate
SJ5008 Celebrating the life of June Oblinger Shott. passed senate
SJ5009 Celebrating the life of Charlton Heston. passed senate
SJ5010 Commending the Nelson County High School boys' basketball team. passed senate
SJ5011 Commending Rose Williams. passed senate
SJ5012 Commending J. Stewart Bryan III. passed senate
SJ5013 Commending Norma Dunwody. passed senate
SJ5014 Commending Edward J. Evers. passed senate
SJ5015 Commending Albert G. Johnson. passed senate
SJ5016 Commending Xavier R. Richardson. passed senate
SJ5017 Commending the Heritage High School girls' basketball team. passed senate
SJ5018 Commending the Floyd County High School girls' basketball team. passed senate
SJ5019 Commending the George Wythe High School boys' basketball team. passed senate
SJ5020 Commending Elmer C. Hodge, Jr. passed senate
SJ5021 Commending Malvin Wells. passed senate
SJ5022 Commending William Earl Wilson. passed senate
SJ5023 Celebrating the life of Justin L. Whitaker. passed senate
SJ6001 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); establishment of special funds. in committee
SJ6002 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Transportation Funds. in committee
SJ6003 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Transportation Funds. in committee
SJ6004 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Transportation Funds. in committee
SJ6005 Appointments by the Senate Committee on Rules. in committee
SJ6006 Celebrating the life of Charles W. Jackson introduced
SJ6007 Commending the Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad. introduced
SJ6008 Celebrating the life of Shirley Ann Irby Patteson Simpson. introduced
SJ6009 Celebrating the life of Thomas Keister Greer. introduced
SJ6010 Commending the Faith Christian Academy softball team. introduced
SJ6011 Commending the Faith Christian Academy on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. introduced
SJ6012 Commending the Faith Christian Academy varsity baseball team. introduced
SJ6013 Celebrating the life of Therl Edward Leonard. introduced
SJ6014 Celebrating the life of Drew Benny Williams. introduced
SJ6015 Celebrating the life of Owen Charles Yates, Jr. introduced
SJ6016 Commending the Reverend Dr. Robert G. Murray. introduced
SJ6017 Commending the James City-Bruton Volunteer Fire Department. introduced
SJ6018 Commending Norge Community Hall on the occasionof its 100th anniversary. introduced
SJ6019 Celebrating the life of Russell Y. Garth. introduced
SJ6020 Celebrating the life of Robert Lee Johns. introduced
SJ6021 Commending Joan Manley. introduced
SJ6022 Celebrating the life of William C. Battle. introduced
SJ6023 Celebrating the life of Harrol Andrew Brauer, Jr. introduced
SJ6024 Commending the James River High School baseball team. introduced
SJ6025 Celebrating the life of Hisham Mohammed Sadiq Younus Al-Noaimy. introduced
SJ6026 Commending the Floyd County High School golf team. introduced
SJ6027 Commending Troy Wells. introduced
SJ6028 Commending Thomas L. Gribble. introduced
SJ6029 Commending Cheryl L. Stevens. introduced
SR1 Rules of Senate; establishing, previous provisions superseded. passed senate
SR2 Senate; 2008 operating budget. passed senate
SR3 Senate Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming nominations. passed senate
SR4 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed senate
SR5 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed senate
SR6 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed senate
SR7 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed senate
SR8 Judge; nomination for election to Court of Appeals. passed senate
SR9 Commending the Republic of Korea and the Korean-American community in Virginia. passed senate
SR10 Commending Dr. Ralph Stanley. passed senate
SR11 Judges; nominations for election to Court of Appeals. dead
SR12 Commending Charles Reamy. passed senate
SR13 Celebrating the life of Tommy Jo West. passed senate
SR14 Commending Senior Services of Alexandria on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. passed senate
SR15 Rules of Senate; proposed amendment. dead
SR16 Judges; nominations for election to Court of Appeals. dead
SR17 Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. dead
SR18 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nominations for election of member. dead
SR501 Senate; salaries, contingent, and incidental expenses. passed senate
SR502 Judges; nominations for election to Court of Appeals. passed committee
SR503 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed committee
SR504 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed committee
SR505 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed committee
SR506 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nominations for election of member. passed committee
SR507 Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed committee
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