2009 Bills

2,972 bills found.

# Title Status
HB11 Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (voter referendum). dead
HB13 Stalking; enhanced penalty if victim is a minor. dead
HB20 Primary elections; voter registration by political party. dead
HB51 Immigration laws; immunity to State agencies and employees, etc. for authorized enforcement. dead
HB55 English; designating as official language of State. 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
HB65 Voters and voting; photo identification required to vote. dead
HB76 Recordation tax; changes basis on which are calculated. dead
HB77 Recordation tax; expands exemption for certain nonprofit providers of affordable housing. dead
HB79 License plates, special; issuance to members and supporters of Citizens Defense League. dead
HB86 Unused Pharmaceuticals Disposal Program; created. dead
HB88 Voter registration; adds party affiliation to information applicant to provide. dead
HB94 Secondary highway system construction allocations; allocates among counties based on population. dead
HB124 Machinery and tools taxation; exempts certified pollution control equipment and facilities. dead
HB141 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of the Road to Revolution state heritage trail. dead
HB215 Real estate tax; classification of residential property. dead
HB230 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts contractor when property used to construct, etc. public schools. dead
HB235 License plates; replacement of certain. dead
HB244 Campaign finance reports; custody and retention requirements. dead
HB247 Hospital emergency departments; ability to access electronic health records. dead
HB253 Health Insurance, Bureau of; establishes division within State Corporation Commission. dead
HB273 Interscholastic activities; exclusive use of wood baseball bats. dead
HB279 Small Estate Act; updates certain banking and fiduciary statutes to make them consistent with Act. dead
HB280 Decedent's will; unsupervised probate. 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
HB315 Marijuana; expungement of charges. dead
HB323 Traffic infractions, prepayable; payment of costs. dead
HB327 Early Graduation Incentive Grant Program; established. dead
HB329 Gift certificates; certain information required for those charged a fee. dead
HB331 Real estate; assessments on damaged or destroyed buildings. dead
HB338 Emergency plans; fee for review. dead
HB356 Impact fees; assessment, collection, and imposition of certain. dead
HB362 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; materials provided by Board of Elections and Attorney General. dead
HB364 Hospital-Emergency Treatment Reimbursement Fund; established. dead
HB374 CHILD WITH AUTISM signs; VDOT to post within an area in which child resides. dead
HB378 Golden Age Card Program; Department of Conservation and Recreation to establish. dead
HB379 Public schools; permitted fees and charges. dead
HB382 Medical advisory committees and consultants; privileged communications. dead
HB395 Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children; established, report. 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
HB437 Public schools; composite index formula for basic state aid. dead
HB438 Learner's permits; DMV to refuse application for minor who has had more than 5 unexcused absenses. dead
HB463 Farm wineries; list of usual and customary activities that will be permitted. dead
HB465 Real estate tax; exemptions for certain elderly and disabled persons with income limits. dead
HB473 Income tax, state; subtraction for National Guard or Reserve personnel pay. dead
HB510 Medical assistance plan; DMAS to contract with DMHMRSAS for mental health services. dead
HB544 Richmond Metropolitan Authority (RMA); powers and duties of Authority. dead
HB545 Telephone service; alternatives to regulation. dead
HB551 Medical records; fees for copying. dead
HB553 Criminal case; deferred disposition. dead
HB587 Juvenile convicts; payment of restitution. dead
HB618 Highway construction; power of Transportation Commissioner includes construction of sidewalks. dead
HB619 Polls; prohibiting campaign advertisements. dead
HB621 Voters; those registered may vote prior to election day. dead
HB628 Antique, vintage, and collectible items; designating items, penalty. dead
HB636 Insurance notices; electronic delivery. dead
HB638 Voting equipment; acquisition and securing by localities. dead
HB641 Southern Virginia Higher Education Center; exempt from requirements of Personnel Act. dead
HB648 Health reimbursement arrangements; prohibits health insurers from canceling, etc. on certain ground. dead
HB687 Campaign telephone calls; disclosure requirements. dead
HB699 Real estate tax; classification of residential property from commercial property. dead
HB700 Child support; responsibility of incarcerated obligor. dead
HB735 Involuntary commitment hearing; certain requirement for 3rd yr. law student to represent petitioner. dead
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
HB759 School boards; annual report of expenditures. dead
HB761 Charter; Town of Herndon. dead
HB784 Naturopathic doctors; licensure requirements for practice. dead
HB794 Retail Sales and Use Tax; Energy Star sales tax holiday. dead
HB802 Candidates; Board of Elections to publish list on Internet. dead
HB808 Special education services; parental consent. dead
HB848 Development rights program; Board of Farmland Preservation to create lease. dead
HB858 Freedom of Information Act; exemption for certain publicly owned museum records. dead
HB878 School divisions, local; requires 65% of each education dollar to be spent in classroom, report. dead
HB887 Scrap metal processors; seller to provide his driver's license number. dead
HB892 Annexation; extends to 2020 temporary restriction on city authority on granting of city charters. dead
HB904 Mobile telephone and other wireless electronic devices; use of hands-free accessory while driving. dead
HB921 Jail construction, local; State will reimburse up to one-half of capital costs. dead
HB923 School Construction Revolving Fund; created, report. dead
HB924 Income tax and sales and use tax; credit and exemption for certain telecommunications service. dead
HB942 Driver's license, provisional; repeals provision allowing use of wireless devices when stopped. dead
HB953 Abuse or neglect proceedings; videotaped statement. dead
HB982 Concealed handgun permit applications; access to personal information. dead
HB987 Higher Education, Council of; creation of nonstock corporation to support academic research. dead
HB994 Motor fuels tax; exemption for waste vegetable oil that has been collected and purified. dead
HB996 Felony, violent; presumption of no bail upon conviction. dead
HB1004 Advance mental health directives; may set procedures or instructions with regard to treatment. dead
HB1009 Real estate taxes; assessments, bills, and deferral by localities. dead
HB1049 Income tax, state; deduction for licensed medical caregivers. dead
HB1068 Service of process; cost of return. dead
HB1074 Custody & visitation orders; expedited hearings for those on active military duty. dead
HB1082 Virginia Housing Trust Fund; creates dedicated source of funding via percentage of recordation tax. dead
HB1091 Mortgage loans; escrowing taxes and insurance. dead
HB1093 Mortgages; requirements for certain. dead
HB1105 Outdoor advertising; local governments ability to limit or remove signs.. dead
HB1109 Veterans; tuition waiver for certain. dead
HB1174 Immigrant Assistance, Office of; created. dead
HB1192 Child Toy Safety Act of 2008; penalty for failure to remove recalled goods, report. dead
HB1204 Retail Sales and Use Tax; custom structural metal fabrication in an economically distressed area. dead
HB1209 Criminal case; deferred disposition. dead
HB1225 Fire Programs Fund; increases rate of assessment. dead
HB1234 Standards of Learning; growth model for student academic achievement. dead
HB1238 Realignment Commission; created, report. dead
HB1252 Child custody; court ordered investigations. dead
HB1263 Truancy and school dropout prevention; school boards must implement programs & services to include. dead
HB1275 Real estate tax; localities to grant higher percentages of tax relief to elderly. dead
HB1281 License plates, special; persons convicted of DUI third or subsequent time to use. dead
HB1284 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for non-profit schools licensed by Dept. of Education. dead
HB1288 Bridge and safety funding; prioritization by Transportation Board. dead
HB1296 Towing and Recovery Operator, Board of; postpones effective date of any regulations. dead
HB1301 Bridge replacement & repair; Transportation Board to award contracts for design-build procurement. dead
HB1310 State Corporation Commission; grants provisional certification of gas distributors. dead
HB1318 Taxpayer Surplus Relief Fund; established to provide tax relief. dead
HB1321 Foster care; transition plan for children 16 years of age or older. dead
HB1326 Retail Sales and Use Tax: exemptions for textbooks extended to students at institutions of learning. dead
HB1336 Criminal case; deferred disposition. dead
HB1338 Firearm, etc.; increases from misdemeanor to felony for brandishing. dead
HB1348 Consumer utility tax; tax rate for residential customers. dead
HB1360 Planning and Budget, Director of Department; required to have searchable budget database website. dead
HB1364 Income tax, state; subtraction for National Guard or Reserve personnel pay. dead
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
HB1409 Electric utility rates; incentives for use of alternatives and distributed generation. dead
HB1419 Health insurance; coordination of benefits. dead
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
HB1454 VDOT; waiver of certain entrance sight-distance requirements. dead
HB1484 Funerals and burials; designation of persons authorized to make decisions. dead
HB1509 Oral and maxillofacial surgeons; certain data required dead
HB1511 Changeable electronic variable message signs; imposes a moratorium on erection of advertisements. dead
HB1513 Income tax, state; deduction for donations to health care sharing organizations. dead
HB1514 Income tax, corporate; apportionment for manufacturers. dead
HB1518 Emergency protective orders; Executive Secretary to allow magistrates to use preliminary orders. dead
HB1520 Sentencing order; guilty of Class 1 misdemeanor for failing to comply. dead
HB1525 Infectious animal diseases; scrapie regulations for goats and sheep. in subcommittee
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
HB1538 Public schools; abortion services prohibited. dead
HB1548 Landfills; prohibits those publicly owned from accepting construction and demolition debris. dead
HB1550 Service of process; plaintiff requesting on defendant where service was not had, plaintiff must pay. dead
HB1558 Public Procurement Act; verification of legal presence of contractors for employment. dead
HB1559 Individual retirement accounts (IRAs); exemption from civil judgments. dead
HB1564 Regional Industrial Facility Authority; provides that Wythe County may withdraw therefrom. dead
HB1567 Nutrient management training; voluntary program for commercial providers of lawn care, etc. dead
HB1573 Central Virginia Regional Transportation Authority; created. dead
HB1577 Polling places; provides for extension of polling hours in emergency situations. dead
HB1579 Transportation funding, etc; certain revenues attributable to economic growth in Hampton Roads, etc. dead
HB1580 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; abolished, disposition of revenues, etc. signed by governor
HB1581 Highway logo and tourist-oriented directional sign programs; VDOT & Transportation Bd. to provide. dead
HB1582 Home access businesses; owner/operator thereof to conduct criminal background check of employees. dead
HB1583 License plates, special; issuance to those celebrating State's tobacco heritage. incorporated
HB1584 Common Interest Community Board; managers must hold valid licenses issued thereby. dead
HB1585 Check cashers; required to obtain customer identification, penalty. dead
HB1586 License plates, special; expired authorizations for certain foundations. incorporated
HB1587 REAL ID Act; State will not comply with provision thereof that they determine would compromise. signed by governor
HB1588 Autism spectrum disorder; mandated health insurance coverage therefor. dead
HB1589 Retirement System; duty of employers to provide accurate information to correct erroneous records. dead
HB1590 Income tax, state; toll payment tax credit. dead
HB1591 Ombudsman, Office of State; created. dead
HB1592 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for donations to out-of-state governmental entities. dead
HB1593 Perpetual care trust fund overpayments; permits a cemetery company to recover. dead
HB1594 Middle Peninsula Chesapeake Bay Public Access Authority; added to list of organizations. signed by governor
HB1595 Middle Peninsula Chesapeake Bay Public Access Authority; receive and expend public funds, etc. signed by governor
HB1596 Protective order; notification of service by local police department, sheriff's office, etc. dead
HB1597 Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit; makes localities' health care programs eligible to receive. dead
HB1598 Certificate of public need; criteria for determining need and method of filing. signed by governor
HB1599 Grants; modifies eligibility for certain individuals at two-year educational institution. signed by governor
HB1600 Budget Bill. enacted
HB1601 Administration of prescription drugs; expands authority of persons allowed to administer. signed by governor
HB1602 School divisions, local; must employ one teacher who has board certification as behavior analyst. dead
HB1603 Schools, middle and secondary; requires local school boards to establish uniform grading policy. dead
HB1604 Parking Facilities Bond Act of 2009; created. signed by governor
HB1605 Certificate of public need; Commissioner of Health to accept & approve request to amend. signed by governor
HB1606 Grant program; modifies eligibility for certain individuals at a two-year higher ed. institution. incorporated
HB1607 Voter registration, online; applicants who have driver's license, etc. issued by DMV eligible. dead
HB1608 Higher educational institutions; automatic acceptance of certain students applying for admission. dead
HB1609 Foxhound training preserve; establishes license for nonresidents to hunt therein for $12. signed by governor
HB1610 Elections; creates exceptions to prohibited activities at polls. incorporated
HB1611 Veterans Memorial Bridge; designating as Interstate Route 64 bridge near Town of Clifton. signed by governor
HB1612 Community College Scholarship Match Program; created. dead
HB1613 Polygraph examiners; only a federal, state, or local law-enforcement officer shall operate device. vetoed by governor
HB1614 Alcoholic beverages; penalty for possession of open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle. dead
HB1615 Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits use of text messaging while driving certain vehicles. incorporated
HB1616 Conflict of Interests Act, State & Local Government; disclos. by certain members of advisory agency. dead
HB1617 Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Commission; extends sunset until July 1, 2014, etc. signed by governor
HB1618 Hunting permit, special; issued to patients from veterans or military hospitals. signed by governor
HB1619 Distribution of handbills in highway right-of-way; grants City of Falls Church, etc. to prohibit. signed by governor
HB1620 Early voting; qualified registered voter may vote in person from 14 to three days before election. dead
HB1621 Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee for any reason, special provisions for military. dead
HB1622 Weight limits for gravel trucks; repeals sunset provision on statute. incorporated
HB1623 Marine tourism activity liability; uses similar language from Agritourism Activity Liability Act. signed by governor
HB1624 Code of student conduct; bullying, harassment, etc., for Bd. of Ed. to include in model policy. signed by governor
HB1625 Fair housing protections; allows localities to expand beyond classes protected by state law. dead
HB1626 License plates, special; issuance to members & supporters of Friends of Blue Ridge Parkway, Inc. dead
HB1627 Motor carrier liability insurance; reduces minimum amount thereof required of operator of trolleys. dead
HB1628 Contractor performance bonds; amount for locally administered transportation improvement projects. signed by governor
HB1629 Pedestrians; grants counties same authority as cities & towns to prohibit loitering on bridges, etc. signed by governor
HB1630 Voter registration; residence requirement for full-time students enrolled in higher ed. institution. incorporated
HB1631 Interstate Public-Private Partnership Compact; repealing establishment thereof. signed by governor
HB1632 Retirement System; adds full-time employees of Va. Municipal League & Va. Association of Counties. dead
HB1633 Offshore drilling; apportions royalties that State receives to certain funds and programs. in committee
HB1634 Campaign finance; prohibited activities during regular sessions of General Assembly. dead
HB1635 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; prohibits gifts made to legislators. dead
HB1636 Telephone utilities; SCC authorized to make changes to certain certificated service territories. signed by governor
HB1637 Boards of zoning appeals; when actions may be taken. signed by governor
HB1638 College Scholarship Assistance Program; out-of-state student surcharge to be collected. dead
HB1639 Human beings, preborn; constitutional right to enjoyment of life from moment of fertilization. dead
HB1640 Deeds & deeds of trust; when corporation, etc., is grantee deed or trust must contain certain names. dead
HB1641 Efficiency in Government Advisory Councils; established. incorporated
HB1642 Highways, bridges, or interchanges; Transportation Board may name for living person, etc. dead
HB1643 Elections; electoral board may provide for oaths of officers. signed by governor
HB1644 Early voting; qualified registered voter may vote in person from 19 to three days before election. dead
HB1645 Highway system construction, urban; not more than 1/3 of funds to be used to reimburse locality. signed by governor
HB1646 Charter; City of Danville. signed by governor
HB1647 Retirement benefits; City of Danville to provide for deputy sheriffs. signed by governor
HB1648 Virginia byways; requires every agency, etc. to consider impact of its' plans on roads designated. dead
HB1649 Telegraph or telephone companies; not required to accept franchise, etc., that restricts services. signed by governor
HB1650 Pharmacy contracts; establishes requirements for audit procedures and claims review process. dead
HB1651 Line of Duty Act; short-term disability benefits for state police officers. dead
HB1652 Confederate cemeteries & graves; adds Skinquarter Baptist Church Cemetery & McKenzie Cemetery. signed by governor
HB1653 Driver's license; provisional; issuance to person less than 19 yrs. old. signed by governor
HB1654 Driver's licensees; examination of one believed to be incompetent. dead
HB1655 Firearms; award of court costs, etc., to entity that prevails in action challenging locality. signed by governor
HB1656 Concealed handguns; allows faculty members at institutions of higher education to carry on campus. dead
HB1657 Appointment of guardian/conservator; when court hearing petition therefor, spouse may be appointed. signed by governor
HB1658 Campaign contributions; prohibits candidate from accepting stored value cards. in committee
HB1659 Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits use of while driving except in an emergency. dead
HB1660 Telework assistance; Director may advise and assist private employers upon request, report. signed by governor
HB1661 Motor fuels tax; converts rates to percentage that shall be calculated by DMV Commissioner. dead
HB1662 Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2009; created. signed by governor
HB1663 Higher Education, Council of; shall appoint certain students to advisory committee. signed by governor
HB1664 Higher Education, Council of; eliminates requirement to develop crisis & emergency management plan. signed by governor
HB1665 Higher Education, Council of; eliminates requirement to develop strategic statewide plan. signed by governor
HB1666 Hunting permit, special; issued to patients from veterans or military hospitals. incorporated
HB1667 American Former Prisoners of War Memorial Hwy.; extends hwy. northward from Russell/Tazewell County. signed by governor
HB1668 Garnishment; exemption for parent who supports dependent child or children residing with him. signed by governor
HB1669 Income tax, state; State shall return to cities & counties 50% of growth in collections. dead
HB1670 Fines and costs; waiver of payment of interest for incarcerated persons. dead
HB1671 Derelict buildings and structures; locality authorized to require removal, repair, etc., thereof. signed by governor
HB1672 Absentee voting; deletes requirement that a witness sign envelope containing voted absentee ballot. dead
HB1673 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; includes certain deputy sheriffs under coverage. dead
HB1674 Workers' Compensation; pharmacist filling a prescription to dispense therapeutically equivalent. signed by governor
HB1675 Pedestrians; grants counties same authority as cities & towns to prohibit loitering on bridges, etc. incorporated
HB1676 Distribution of handbills, etc. on highways; grants Spotsylvania County power to regulate. incorporated
HB1677 Contractor performance bonds; amount for locally administered transportation improvement projects. incorporated
HB1678 Grievance procedure; gives localities authority to use an administrative hearing officer. signed by governor
HB1679 Child abuse and neglect data; school board applicants. signed by governor
HB1680 Vested rights; defines term 'act of God' to include any natural disaster or phenomena. enacted
HB1681 Wells, private; requires site plan to be included in an application for permit to construct. signed by governor
HB1682 Town of Nassawadox; charter. signed by governor
HB1683 Checks; additional recovery if stop-payment order placed in bad faith. signed by governor
HB1684 Retirement System; retirees may be hired as nurses without interrupting retirement benefits. dead
HB1685 Bipartisan Redistricting Commission; created. dead
HB1686 State Lottery; privatization of administration of lottery, report. dead
HB1687 Motor vehicle dealers; disclosure if financing, cancellation of purchaser's contract to buy vehicle. enacted
HB1688 Deed of trust; additional requirements applicable to foreclosures, notices, and reinstatement right. incorporated
HB1689 Illegal aliens; fraudulently assisting, penalty. dead
HB1690 Identification cards, special; allows persons at least 70 years old to exchange driver's licenses. dead
HB1691 Retail Sales and Use Tax; City of Virginia Beach entitled to certain. signed by governor
HB1692 Indoor Clean Air Act; prohibits smoking in all indoor restaurants and bar and lounge areas in State. incorporated
HB1693 Driving under influence; mandatory punishment when concentration is elevated above certain amount. signed by governor
HB1694 Parking; allows certain counties and towns to prohibit parking of certain vehicles on streets. signed by governor
HB1695 Driving without a license; person may be placed under arrest if previously convicted of offense. in subcommittee
HB1696 Higher education; increase of admission of in-state students at public institutions. dead
HB1697 Annexation; extends to 2018 temporary restriction on city authority on granting of city charters. signed by governor
HB1698 Scrap metal processors; adds catalytic converters to list of proprietary articles. signed by governor
HB1699 Biofuels; broadens Right to Farm Act to allow farmers to engage in small-scale production. dead
HB1700 Statewide uniform grading policy; Board of Education to establish. dead
HB1701 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: SEAFOOD LOVER. dead
HB1702 Charitable gaming; use of proceeds. dead
HB1703 Indoor Clean Air Act; prohibits smoking in certain public buildings, restaurants, etc., exceptions. signed by governor
HB1704 Smoke Free Air Act; smoking in public places, civil penalties. incorporated
HB1705 Community net metering; requires State Corporation Commission to establish. dead
HB1706 T&M trailer & motorcycle dealers; provides for collection of purchaser's on-line filing fee thereby. signed by governor
HB1707 Energy performance-based contracts; Department of Mines, Minerals, and Energy to provide advice. signed by governor
HB1708 Elevator mechanics; Board of Contractors to delegate certification in event of emergency. signed by governor
HB1709 Payday lenders; prohibited from making an unsecured loan, etc., with interest rate in excess of 36%. enacted
HB1710 Contracts; certain indemnification provisions in construction contracts declared void. dead
HB1711 Civil immunity for charitable food donation & distribution; exemption from civil liability in cases. dead
HB1712 Federal write-in absentee ballots; witness requirement. signed by governor
HB1713 Holland-Councill Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 58 business bridge over Blackwater River. signed by governor
HB1714 Diversionary cash assistance; revises limitation on receipt of one-time assistance to one payment. signed by governor
HB1715 Admissions tax; adds Greensville County to list of those that may impose at events. dead
HB1716 Killing of bear or deer; Class 3 misdemeanor to impede someone who has obtained a kill permit. signed by governor
HB1717 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Special Olympics. dead
HB1718 Estheticians; extends grandfather period for licensure thereas until July 31, 2009. signed by governor
HB1719 Hunting and fishing licenses; clarifies authority to revise cost of license. signed by governor
HB1720 Virginia Bicentennial of American War of 1812 Commission; extending time Commission may be funded. signed by governor
HB1721 Income tax, state; homebuyer tax credit. dead
HB1722 Repossessed vehicles; person purchasing in another state may sell in State without obtaining title. signed by governor
HB1723 Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund; provides a formula for allocating proceeds. dead
HB1724 Trespassing vehicle; local regulation of removal and immobilization thereof. signed by governor
HB1725 Visitors, board of; College of William & Mary, VCU, & VPI&SU boards authorized to invest funds, etc. signed by governor
HB1726 Group life insurance; allows coverage to be extended to insure any class of persons. dead
HB1727 Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children; created, report. signed by governor
HB1728 Road impact fees; allows localities to reduce or exempt fee for commercial development. dead
HB1729 Electric transmission lines; locality may request an electric utility to install underground, etc. signed by governor
HB1730 Tax legislation; requires a sunset date of no more than four years on all. dead
HB1731 Vehicle license plates; provides for display of one license plate on vehicles. dead
HB1732 Veterans Services, Department of; processing of disability claims. signed by governor
HB1733 Charter; County of Chesterfield. dead
HB1734 Concealed handgun permits; amends various processes, procedures, and requirements for obtaining. dead
HB1735 Arts and cultural districts; grants statewide authority for creation thereof. signed by governor
HB1736 Charter; Town of Blacksburg. signed by governor
HB1737 Income tax, state; conforms State with Internal Revenue Code. signed by governor
HB1738 Conflicts of interests; expands period for former legislator, employees, etc. may not lobby. dead
HB1739 Ports, state; requires approval of Governor & General Assembly before change in ownership. dead
HB1740 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act of 2006; unlawful to convert any contributed money to personal use. signed by governor
HB1741 Firearms; possession or transportation thereof by persons under the age of 18, penalty. dead
HB1742 Deferred compensation plans, local; locality to provide automatic enrollment of all employees. dead
HB1743 Law-enforcement officer; expands definition to include auxiliary deputy sheriffs appointed. dead
HB1744 Natural health care providers; not licensed may provide care to consumer for use of natural foods. dead
HB1745 Victim witness fee; increases fee in criminal cases. dead
HB1746 Family life education; adds benefits, etc., of marriage for men, etc., to list of topics covered. signed by governor
HB1747 Towing & Recovery Operators, board of; public safety towing. signed by governor
HB1748 Concealed handgun permit; no requirement for fingerprinting if previously issued permit. dead
HB1749 Workers' compensation; infectious disease presumption for wastewater systems employees. dead
HB1750 Campus police; report of certain incidents to State Police. dead
HB1751 Admissions tax; adds Carroll County to list of localities that may impose at events. dead
HB1752 Weight limits for gravel trucks, coal haulers, etc.; extends sunset provision thereon. signed by governor
HB1753 Judges; if convicted of felony, etc., and all apeal rights terminated, his next term shall expire. dead
HB1754 Unlawful use of filling, etc. in containers; Class 3 misdemeanor to evacuate liquid petroleum gas. dead
HB1755 Death penalty; abolished for all Class 1 felonies committed on or after July 1, 2009. dead
HB1756 Workers' compensation insurance; written agreement approved by State Corporation Commission. signed by governor
HB1757 Charter; City of Colonial Heights. signed by governor
HB1758 Flood Mitigation Bond Act of 2009; created. dead
HB1759 Transportation Capital Projects Bond Act of 2009; created. dead
HB1760 Claims; Mr. and Mrs. Brian Cebula. dead
HB1761 Security for Public Deposits Act; establish guidleines to permit banks to withdraw from procedures. signed by governor
HB1762 Successor corporations; asbestos-related liability. dead
HB1763 Naming of bridges; repeals section of Code that overlaps with provisions in another Code section. signed by governor
HB1764 Battery of teacher, principal, etc.; increases mandatory minimum term of person convicted thereof. dead
HB1765 Charter; City of Petersburg. signed by governor
HB1766 Treasurers; mailing of certain bills at least 30 days prior to due date instead of 14 days. dead
HB1767 Honorary diplomas; requires Board of Education award to certain veterans of Vietnam War. signed by governor
HB1768 Certificate of public need; DOC exempt from definition of medical care facility for purpose thereof. signed by governor
HB1769 Mobile telephone and other wireless electronic devices; use of hands-free accessory while driving. dead
HB1770 Telephone companies; offering additional services in underserved localities. dead
HB1771 Constitutional offices; provides special election to fill vacancy therein in certain localities. signed by governor
HB1772 License plates, special; issuance to members of Virginia State Defense Force. incorporated
HB1773 Golf carts; allows governing body of Towns of Irvington or Saxis to authorize operation thereof. signed by governor
HB1774 Tidal creeks; establishes no discharge zones for vessels operating in designated areas. signed by governor
HB1775 Invasive species; Sec. of Natural Resources & of Agriculture & Forestry to develop management plan. enacted
HB1776 Mortgage Lender and Broker Act; broker duties and liability. signed by governor
HB1777 Common interest communities; eliminates assessment against and limit enforcement authority of Board. dead
HB1778 Motor vehicle dealers; revises & clarifies responsibilities of manufacturers. signed by governor
HB1779 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption of sales by nonprofit entities. signed by governor
HB1780 Elections, special; filling vacancies in certain local offices. passed senate
HB1781 Juvenile records; allows Department of Juvenile Justice to share information with law enforcement. dead
HB1782 Driver's license; minors in planning district 8 to show completion of 90 min. driver safety course. enacted
HB1783 Government, local; equalizes municipal and county taxing authority. dead
HB1784 Government, local; equalizes municipal and county taxing authority. dead
HB1785 Disclosure requirements; adds to list of exceptions. signed by governor
HB1786 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for purchases of audiovisual works. dead
HB1787 Mortgage Lender and Broker Act; homeownership education program. dead
HB1788 Alternative on-site sewage systems; no locality shall prohibit use thereof. enacted
HB1789 Family life education; instruction on all topics must be both medically accurate & age appropriate. dead
HB1790 Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credits; adds veterinarians to list of professionals eligible. signed by governor
HB1791 Officers of election; authorizes local electoral board to appoint independent voters to serve. signed by governor
HB1792 Long-term care support service; Dept. for Aging to designate area agencies for No Wrong Door system. signed by governor
HB1793 Citizen Advisory Redistricting Board; created. dead
HB1794 Suspension; sufficient cause necessary to suspend student cannot rest solely on instance of truancy. signed by governor
HB1795 Provisional ballots; voter whose name did not appear in pollbook may be counted after election day. dead
HB1796 Unsolicited bulk electronic mail; penalty. in subcommittee
HB1797 Unsolicited bulk electronic mail (spam); penalty. dead
HB1798 Rental agreement; early termination by military personnel. dead
HB1799 The Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Protection Act; established. signed by governor
HB1800 School divisions, local; requires 65% of each education dollar to be spent in classroom, report. dead
HB1801 Conservators of peace, special; those employed by locality authorized to use flashing blue lights. dead
HB1802 Behavioral health authority; allows member of local government to member of board of directors. signed by governor
HB1803 Retail Sales and Use Tax; revenues generated on premises of new stadium to be used to pay bonds. signed by governor
HB1804 Judges and justices; General Assembly to approve those retired for recall as substitutes. dead
HB1805 Ignition interlock; operation of motor vehicle without, penalty. signed by governor
HB1806 Disorderly conduct; conduct punishable thereas. dead
HB1807 Marijuana; illegal to transport into State unless authorized under Drug Control Act, penalty. dead
HB1808 Income tax, state; homebuyer tax credit. dead
HB1809 Consumer Finance Act; open-end loan plans secured by motor vehicle titles. dead
HB1810 Course credit; students called to active military duty may receive full credit. signed by governor
HB1811 Deferred disposition; allows court to defer & dismiss any criminal case other than Class 4 felonies. dead
HB1812 Questioning employees about criminal convictions; prohibits employer from asking about certain. dead
HB1813 Criminal conviction; expungement of record upon showing opportunities for employment are prejudiced. dead
HB1814 Plastic bags; bans use by retailers at point of sale unless designed & manufactured for reuse. dead
HB1815 Questioning employees about criminal convictions; prohibits employer from asking about certain. dead
HB1816 Unemployment benefits; eligibility of seasonal or temporary workers. dead
HB1817 Speed limit; provides for 70 mph speed limit on certain portions of I-95 and I-295. dead
HB1818 Judges; increases mandatory retirement age from age 70 to age 75. dead
HB1819 Electric rates; any distribution electric cooperative may, without SCC approval, make adjustment. signed by governor
HB1820 Naturopathy; establishes licensure requirements for practice thereof. dead
HB1821 Concealed handguns; prohibited from carrying onto premises of restaurants and consuming alcohol. dead
HB1822 Handguns; exempts permit holders from prohibition against carrying onto school property. dead
HB1823 Recordation taxes; changes basis on which taxes are calculated on transfer of real estate. incorporated
HB1824 Branding of titles; title for repaired or rebuilt vehicle shall be printed on title. dead
HB1825 Accreditation status; requires Board to publish annually for each school by August 1. dead
HB1826 Driver's licenses; suspension thereof for minor who has 10 or more unexcused absences from school. signed by governor
HB1827 Retirement System; authority to manage and invest certain funds for postemployment benefits. dead
HB1828 Green roof construction; localities and water authorities to offer rate incentives therefor. signed by governor
HB1829 Health insurance, individual; requires SCC establish, by regulation, etc., for underwriting thereof. dead
HB1830 Setoff Debt Collection Act; allows local governments to collect past due local taxes. enacted
HB1831 Recreational Facilities Authority; delays reversion of title to real property to State. signed by governor
HB1832 Elections; electoral board of city contained within one county may appoint city general registrar. signed by governor
HB1833 Indoor Clean Air Act; allows localities to exceed requirements that regulate smoking. incorporated
HB1834 University of Virginia; repeals requirement that board of visitors submit annual report of progress. signed by governor
HB1835 Rail Enhancement Fund; may be used to subsidize railroad operations. signed by governor
HB1836 Pesticides; schools shall permit immediate application thereof to eradicate pest infestations. signed by governor
HB1837 Speed limit; adds Albemarle County to list of maximum speed limit on nonsurface treated highways. signed by governor
HB1838 Disposition of surplus materials; authorizes local public bodies to use services of DGS. signed by governor
HB1839 Commercial real estate tax; used for local projects and construct new roads. dead
HB1840 Gas and Oil Act; exempts well from minimum distance limit if plan for plugging well before mining. dead
HB1841 Extortion; person who extorts money, etc., by threatening to report another as illegally present. dead
HB1842 Emergency protective order; authority of magistrate or judge to issue in cases of sexual battery. signed by governor
HB1843 Civil commitment of sexually violent predators; changes including access to sealed records, etc. signed by governor
HB1844 Charter school, public; applicant of governing body, etc. to disclose interests during charter term. signed by governor
HB1845 Remote access to land records; Prince William County may establish a pilot program assessing fee. signed by governor
HB1846 Motor fuels tax; converts rates to percentage that shall be calculated by DMV Commissioner. dead
HB1847 Dove hunting; exempts persons from wearing blaze orange clothing. signed by governor
HB1848 Transportation; Auditor of Public Accounts to administer operational performance audit. dead
HB1849 Post-Disaster Anti-Price Gouging Act; expands definition of disaster for purposes thereof. dead
HB1850 Medical examiner reports; admissibility of contents in any preliminary hearing. signed by governor
HB1851 Firearms; purchase by members of United States Armed Forces or Virginia National Guard. vetoed by governor
HB1852 Health Professions, Department of; confidentiality of investigations. signed by governor
HB1853 Mental Retardation Waiver and IFDDS Waiver; Governor to plan to eliminate urgent care waiting lists. dead
HB1854 Grievance procedure; gives localities authority to use an administrative hearing officer. dead
HB1855 West Grant; conveyance of certain subaqueous lands in County of Fairfax. dead
HB1856 Residential Property Disclosure Act; disclosure of stormwater detention facilities. signed by governor
HB1857 Protective orders; issuance upon conviction in cases of family abuse. signed by governor
HB1858 Retirement System; locality may increase retirement allowance for its employees. dead
HB1859 Elected or appointed officials; limit attorney-issued subpoenas unless subject matter is unrelated. dead
HB1860 Impoundment of motor vehicle; provides if person driving without license was previously convicted. incorporated
HB1861 Street maintenance payments; increased where traffic volumes exceed statewide average by 20%. dead
HB1862 Sex offender registry; failure to register is Class 6 felony. dead
HB1863 Jail construction, local; State will reimburse up to one-half of capital costs. dead
HB1864 Viatical Settlements Act; incorporates regulating issuance of stranger-originated life insurance. dead
HB1865 Chief judges of district & circuit courts; authority for recalling judges for duty after retirement. incorporated
HB1866 Court-established community service programs; court shall establish. signed by governor
HB1867 Jury costs; plaintiff who requests trial in civil case shall be assessed. dead
HB1868 Driving under influence of alcohol; clarifies punishment for underage drinking. signed by governor
HB1869 Boiler inspections; extends protection of civil immunity to agents, etc., authorized to conduct. dead
HB1870 Motorcycles; prohibits two to be operated abreast in single lane, civil penalty. dead
HB1871 Southeastern Public Service Authority; authorized to file petition in bankruptcy. dead
HB1872 Hampton Roads area; requirements for refuse collection and disposal system authorities. signed by governor
HB1873 Motorcycles; issuance by DMV certain classifications. signed by governor
HB1874 Magistrates; issuance of felony arrest warrants. signed by governor
HB1875 War Memorial Foundation; establish criteria to honor Virginia's war casualties. signed by governor
HB1876 Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits use of text messaging while driving certain vehicle. signed by governor
HB1877 Absentee voting; firefighters and other first responders are entitled thereto. signed by governor
HB1878 Elections; clarifications and revisions to registration and election processes. signed by governor
HB1879 Government, local; alternatives to publication of notices for charter changes, referenda, etc. dead
HB1880 Rail & Public Transportation, Dept. of; carry out state safety & security oversight responsibility. enacted
HB1881 Absentee voting; ballot may be sent electronically, if voter requests so, if located outside State. signed by governor
HB1882 Richmond Metropolitan Authority (RMA); revises composition of Board of Directors. dead
HB1883 Commonwealth, Secretary of; redesigns Lobbyist Disclosure Statement to clarify information. dead
HB1884 Credit reports; consumer reporting agency's duty to place security freeze thereon. signed by governor
HB1885 Telephone regulatory alternatives; determination of competitiveness. enacted
HB1886 Money order sales and transmission services; expands existing authority of SCC to regulate. signed by governor
HB1887 Cancellation of property insurance policy; authorizes on grounds of foreclosure of deed of trust. signed by governor
HB1888 Writ of fieri facias; repeals statutory mandate that every officer endorse thereon date & time. signed by governor
HB1889 Unemployment benefits; minimum earnings requirement, extended benefits. enacted
HB1890 Housing authorities; changes number of qualified voters in locality needed to have referendum. signed by governor
HB1891 Land preservation tax credit; reduces amount that may be claimed for taxable years 2009 & 2010. signed by governor
HB1892 Elections, Board of; powers and duties. signed by governor
HB1893 Brown v. Board of Education Scholarship Program; may be used to cover costs of required fees. signed by governor
HB1894 Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee in person without providing an excuse, etc. dead
HB1895 Estate tax; reinstates federal credit amount State would receive payments from deaths. dead
HB1896 Absentee voting; adds persons disabled & entitled to request assistance in voting who are age 65. dead
HB1897 Visitation, supervised; contact between parent & child that occurs with court-approved supervisor. dead
HB1898 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act; registration requirements. dead
HB1899 Jury commissioners; changes date which judge of circuit court may appoint jury commissioners. enacted
HB1900 Common Interest Community Board; allowed to assess monetary penalty paid to Fund. dead
HB1901 Cavalier Wildlife Management Area; Board of Game & Inland Fisheries to convey certain property. signed by governor
HB1902 Admissions tax; adds Carroll County to list of localities that may impose at events. dead
HB1903 Post-Disaster Anti-Price Gouging Act; prohibition on price gouging during time of resource shortage. dead
HB1904 Virginia Child Protection Accountability System; established. signed by governor
HB1905 Golf carts; allows operation on secondary highways within 3 miles of motor speedway on day of race. signed by governor
HB1906 Motorcycle brake lights; to be equipped with means of varying brightness thereof. signed by governor
HB1907 Twin County Airport Commission; change in membership. signed by governor
HB1908 Assault and battery of family/household member; court to order person to obtain certain services. signed by governor
HB1909 Funerals and burials; designation of persons authorized to make decisions. dead
HB1910 Firearms; localities may adopt ordinance prohibiting thereof in libraries owned by locality. dead
HB1911 Retirement System; retirees may be hired as teachers without interrupting retirement benefits. dead
HB1912 Grass and weeds; permits City of Newport News to require property owner to cut if excessively high. signed by governor
HB1913 Child support; court shall recalculate obligation of obligor who is incarcerated. dead
HB1914 Foster care; deletes certain Code references, guidelines for continuation thereof. signed by governor
HB1915 Line of Duty Act; exempts police department, etc., from requirement to reimburse investigation cost. dead
HB1916 State song; designates Ol Virginia by Daniel K. Lawson to be adopted. dead
HB1917 Transient occupancy tax; Giles County may impose at rate not to exceed 5% to promote tourism. signed by governor
HB1918 Coal combustion by-products; use, reuse, or reclamation in a flood plain. signed by governor
HB1919 Prisoner keep; increases amount locality may charge inmate to defray costs associated therewith. vetoed by governor
HB1920 Revenue-sharing funds; allows town with populations of no more than 15,000 to use those allocated. dead
HB1921 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; Board to waive fee for licensure & renewal thereof. dead
HB1922 Civics Education, Commission on; move from executive to legislative branch, may seek other funding. dead
HB1923 Textbooks; local school boards may assess reasonable fee or charge for loss or damage to. signed by governor
HB1924 Tuition grants; provide for commercial crab fishermen attending two-year educational institution. signed by governor
HB1925 Clean Water Farm Award Program; identifies type of agricultural best management practices. signed by governor
HB1926 Wallops Research Park; aerospace-related economic development. signed by governor
HB1927 Commercial Space Flight Authority; increases membership of board of directors. signed by governor
HB1928 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; registration requirements. dead
HB1929 Decedent's account balance; increases amount thereof to be paid to spouse or other distributees. dead
HB1930 Certification of stormwater development property; Dept. of Conservation & Recreation to certify. signed by governor
HB1931 Water Facilities Revolving Loan Fund; authorizes Resources Authority to provide portion of fees. signed by governor
HB1932 HOV lanes; extend sunset provision allowing those vehicles bearing clean special fuel license plate. incorporated
HB1933 Urban county executive form of government; adds sexual orientation as prohibited discrimination. dead
HB1934 Income tax, state; age deduction income indexing. dead
HB1935 Confidentiality of insurance information; provides therefor of company licensing applications, etc. signed by governor
HB1936 Resources Authority; authorized to finance any program to perform site acquisition develop work. signed by governor
HB1937 Adoption records; all shall be available to birth parents, etc., upon showing of good cause. dead
HB1938 Income tax, state; increases livable home tax credit. signed by governor
HB1939 Radiologist assistants; licensure. signed by governor
HB1940 Open Education Resource Center Grant Fund; established, development of two-year pilot project. signed by governor
HB1941 Patent and copyright policies; requires Secretaries of Administration and Technology to establish. enacted
HB1942 Single-sex education; clarifies manner school boards may establish program in school division. signed by governor
HB1943 Optometrists; those licensed may sell contact lenses & allowed to dispense ophthalmic devices. signed by governor
HB1944 Succession; determination of parent-child relationship in determining rights to property. signed by governor
HB1945 Regional alternative education programs; certain students may be administratively assigned thereto. enacted
HB1946 Case and financial management systems; Ex. Secretary of Supreme Court responsible for. enacted
HB1947 Transient occupancy tax; Bath County to impose additional not to exceed two percent. signed by governor
HB1948 Involuntary commitment; allow examination by licensed marriage and family therapists. signed by governor
HB1949 Retirement System; teachers and administrative faculty of institutions of higher education. dead
HB1950 Hunting license; authorizes Dept. of Game & Inland Fisheries to issue at no cost if active military. dead
HB1951 Dangerous Dog Registry; authorizes use of copies of all records, etc., associated therewith. signed by governor
HB1952 Health Care, Joint Commission on; repeals provision sunsetting the Commission on July 1, 2012. passed senate
HB1953 Guidelines on recycling and waste reduction activities; requires Board of Education to establish. dead
HB1954 Driving under influence of alcohol; law-enforcement officer to arrest without warrant. incorporated
HB1955 Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits use of while driving except in an emergency. dead
HB1956 Alcoholic beverage control; long-term care facility license. dead
HB1957 Limited liability companies; may change its principal office by filing statement of change on form. signed by governor
HB1958 Infectious disease presumption; emergency declaration by Governor. incorporated
HB1959 Workers' compensation; prohibits State from terminating employment for line of duty injury, etc. dead
HB1960 Line of Duty Act; continued health insurance coverage for disabled employee, etc. dead
HB1961 Special conservation police officers; those appointed after 10/1/09 shall have valid registration. signed by governor
HB1962 Sex Offender & Crimes Against Minors Registry; provision in conviction order, sentencing order, etc. dead
HB1963 Sex Offender & Crimes Against Minors Registry; condition of registration. dead
HB1964 Banking institutions; reclassification or conversion of shares of stock. signed by governor
HB1965 Public/Private Education Investment Tax Credit; created for business entities making contributions. in committee
HB1966 Business Assistance, Department of; eliminates Department & transfers its duties. dead
HB1967 Taxpayer Surplus Relief Fund; established to provide tax relief. dead
HB1968 Sentencing order; failing to comply. signed by governor
HB1969 Administrative Process Act; required review of feasibility of electronic submission. signed by governor
HB1970 Underground distribution system; delivery of propane service. enacted
HB1971 Credit life insurance; reserve standards. signed by governor
HB1972 Credit insurance; require that debtors be provided with notice disclosing right to refund premium. signed by governor
HB1973 Litter Control and Recycling Fund; limits awarding of grants to localities. signed by governor
HB1974 Crash prevention courses; reduction in rates for certain persons attending. signed by governor
HB1975 Green roofs; authorizes counties, cities, and towns, by ordinance, to grant incentives, etc. signed by governor
HB1976 Income tax, state; school supply expense tax credit for public, private, or home schooled students. dead
HB1977 Health insurance; mandated coverage for prosthetic devices and components. dead
HB1978 Voter registration; residence requirements for certain full-time students. incorporated
HB1979 Stalking; penalty when person commits second offense within 5 years. dead
HB1980 Family life education; right of parents to review certain materials. signed by governor
HB1981 Certificate of public need; plan of correction for failure to meet conditions. incorporated
HB1982 Insurance; makes forms for commercial automobile policies written to large risks eligible. signed by governor
HB1983 Governor-declared emergency; provides civil immunity for private & charitable organizations. signed by governor
HB1984 Physicians and patients; eliminates limiting patient's health information introduced at trial . dead
HB1985 Autism Tuition Assistance Grant Program; established. incorporated
HB1986 Medication aide training programs; requirements therefor. signed by governor
HB1987 Driver's license; suspension for failure to pay jail fees related to prisoner's keep. signed by governor
HB1988 Elections; removes curbside voting for persons age 65 and older, are entitled to vote absentee. dead
HB1989 Civil immunity; officers and directors of certain local civic league or community organizations. dead
HB1990 George Mason University; board of visitors to enter in memorandum of agreement with Fairfax. dead
HB1991 Stormwater management programs; establishment by localities. signed by governor
HB1992 Outdoor signs and advertising; all penalties & costs collected for violations of advertising. dead
HB1993 Highway maintenance funds; requirements for Commonwealth Transportation Board in allocating. dead
HB1994 Renewable portfolio standard program; establish goal for investor-owned incumbent electric utility. signed by governor
HB1995 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; adds Cities of Alexandria, etc., to use % of revenues. signed by governor
HB1996 Grievance procedure; permits grievant to have witness present during second & third steps. dead
HB1997 Line of Duty Act; includes local employees disabled on or after January 1, 1966, in definition. dead
HB1998 Retirement System; removes cap on number of years of creditable service member may purchase. dead
HB1999 Parental liability; damage to property or injury to person by minor. dead
HB2000 Electric utility rate structures; advancing conservation and efficiency. dead
HB2001 Biofuels Production Incentive Grant Program; producer of non-advanced neat biofuels eligible. signed by governor
HB2002 Energy Plan; promotes use of sustainable biofuels made from traditional agricultural crops, etc. signed by governor
HB2003 Charter; Town of Pearisburg. signed by governor
HB2004 Firearm silencer; shifts burden of proof that firearm is registered from State to defendant. dead
HB2005 Charter; City of Bristol. dead
HB2006 Local government; equalizes municipal & county taxing authority. dead
HB2007 Indoor Clean Air Act; smoking in restaurants in Northern Virginia. incorporated
HB2008 Electric personal assistive mobility devices; operation of bicycles on Interstate Highway System. enacted
HB2009 Incandescent light bulbs; bans sale or distribution in State, effective July 1, 2010. dead
HB2010 Paper and plastic bags; imposes fee on those used by purchasers to carry tangible personal property. dead
HB2011 Pedestrians; prohibits crossing of railroad grade crossings if train is present or approaching. dead
HB2012 Appliances, certain; bans sale or distribution in State of any clothes washer, dehumidifer, etc. dead
HB2013 Alcoholic mixed beverages; ABC Board to grant annual special events licenses to local governments. dead
HB2014 Alcoholic mixed beverages; ABC Board to grant annual special events licenses to local governments. dead
HB2015 Elections; hours that polls are open for voting, makes conforming changes to absentee voting laws. dead
HB2016 Abduction and kidnapping; definition. signed by governor
HB2017 Transient occupancy tax; Fairfax County limitations. passed committee
HB2018 School Construction Revolving Fund; created. dead
HB2019 Transportation corridors; Transportation Board to establish connection with Transportation Plan. signed by governor
HB2020 Highway maintenance funds; provides method Transportation Board is to allocate additional funds. dead
HB2021 Driving without license; motor vehicle impounded if previously convicted of certain offenses. dead
HB2022 Technology Services, Council on; eliminates Council. signed by governor
HB2023 Virginia Information Technologies Agency; to delegate powers & responsibilities. signed by governor
HB2024 Health insurance, basic; increasing availability thereof in State. enacted
HB2025 Charitable gaming; allows proceeds to be used for expenses relating to acquisition, etc. dead
HB2026 Employee Voluntary Accounts Program; created, report. dead
HB2027 Derelict buildings; recycled goods. dead
HB2028 Surplus materials; DGS to establish procedure to allow members to purchase certain laptop computers. dead
HB2029 Subdivision ordinances; bonding requirements. signed by governor
HB2030 Mortgage Lender and Broker Act; eliminates provision that lenders, etc., are required to conduct. signed by governor
HB2031 Mortgage loan originators; definition, establishes licensure and registry. signed by governor
HB2032 Mold inspectors and remediators; licensure thereof by Board for Asbestos, Lead, & Home Inspectors. signed by governor
HB2033 State employees; four-day work week. dead
HB2034 Plats; extends period of validity with phased developments. signed by governor
HB2035 Life expectancy table; changes table's figures that represent continued life expectancy. signed by governor
HB2036 Vehicle safety inspections; no issuance of inspection sticker for vehicle with tires 10 years old. dead
HB2037 Debt Collection Recovery Fund; established. enacted
HB2038 Judgments; limitations on enforcement of certain. dead
HB2039 Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practice to sell, etc., a children's recalled product. signed by governor
HB2040 Real Estate Board; compensation to referring attorneys prohibited, exception. signed by governor
HB2041 Ignition interlock limitations; person convicted of DUI required to have device on first offense. dead
HB2042 Handguns; allows retiring law-enforcement officer of State Lottery Department to purchase. signed by governor
HB2043 Port Authority; records of allowance or reimbursement for expenses paid officer, etc., to be open. dead
HB2044 Health information technology; Information Technology Investment Board establish advisory committee. signed by governor
HB2045 Students, full-time; exemption from jury service while classes are in session. in subcommittee
HB2046 Unemployment compensation; employees at seasonal establishment shall not be paid benefits. dead
HB2047 Electoral boards, local; allows judge to appoint voter of adjacent county who meets requirements. dead
HB2048 Child day programs; exemption from licensure. dead
HB2049 Removal of public official; no person who signs petition for removal of shall be liable for costs. incorporated
HB2050 Claims; Teddy Pierries Thompson. signed by governor
HB2051 Alcoholic beverage control; ABC Board to establish schedule of offenses which penalty may be waived. signed by governor
HB2052 Alcoholic mixed beverages; exception for certain spirits that licensee cannot deliver to consumer. signed by governor
HB2053 Charitable gaming; prohibited acts, exceptions. dead
HB2054 Novelty cigarette lighters; prohibiting purchase, distribution, etc. to persons under age of 18. incorporated
HB2055 Development rights; makes extensive changes to provisions for making transfer process more usable. signed by governor
HB2056 Advanced shipbuilding training facility grant program; established. enacted
HB2057 Health care providers; expands list of expressions of sympathy that are not admissible. signed by governor
HB2058 Dentistry, Board of; recovering monitoring costs. signed by governor
HB2059 Food and beverage taxes; provides numerous exemptions to meals imposed by cities & towns. signed by governor
HB2060 Mental health law; amends statutes to address issues resulting from overhaul thereof. signed by governor
HB2061 Psychiatric Inpatient Treatment of Minors Act; mandatory outpatient treatment. signed by governor
HB2062 Incapacitated person; admission to a mental health facility by an agent or guardian. incorporated
HB2063 Triennial census of school population; sales and use tax distribution. dead
HB2064 Interagency Civil Admissions Advisory Council; eliminates Council. signed by governor
HB2065 Retirement System; provide benefits for regional jail's sworn officers and superintendent. signed by governor
HB2066 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; establishes provisions that apply. dead
HB2067 Smoke Free Air Act; smoking in public places, civil penalties. incorporated
HB2068 Retirement System; removes requirement that certain forms be notarized. signed by governor
HB2069 Retirement System; health insurance credits for retired teachers. signed by governor
HB2070 Classroom placement of twins or multiples; school board to develop policies to allow parental input. signed by governor
HB2071 Licensed farm wineries; restrictions on activities. signed by governor
HB2072 Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc., Board for; exemptions from licensure. dead
HB2073 Weight limit extension; vehicles using an auxiliary power unit or idle reduction technology. signed by governor
HB2074 Wastewater treatment plant; Board to accept petition from facility subject to waste load allocation. signed by governor
HB2075 Overweight/oversize vehicle permits; violation of terms and conditions thereof does not invalidate. signed by governor
HB2076 Tolls; prohibits imposition & collection of tolls for use of portions of I-64 & I-664. dead
HB2077 Land use actions; extension of approvals to address housing crisis. signed by governor
HB2078 Uniform Statewide Building Code; authority of local building officials to issue summons. dead
HB2079 Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel; VDOT to accept unsolicited proposals to add capacity thereto. dead
HB2080 Landlord and tenant laws; landlord to give same notice to tenant for application of insecticides. signed by governor
HB2081 Underground gas service; unlawful to sell & distribute natural gas, etc., to public via underground. incorporated
HB2082 Early Graduation Incentive Grant Program; established. dead
HB2083 State employees; increases paid leave allowed for volunteer fire department & rescue squad services. signed by governor
HB2084 Real and personal property taxes; exempts certain pollution control equipment & facilities. signed by governor
HB2085 Government, local; budget shall contain statement of current & proposed total debt. dead
HB2086 Retail Franchise Act; replaces references to grants of franchises with sales of franchises. signed by governor
HB2087 Alcoholic beverages; Class 3 misdemeanor when person permits underage person to consume. dead
HB2088 Rail and Public Transportation, Dept. of, etc.; develop process to evaluate safety issues, etc. signed by governor
HB2089 School boards, local; grievance procedure. signed by governor
HB2090 School calendar; adds to good cause circumstances for which school divisions may be granted waiver. dead
HB2091 Retail Sales and Use Tax; entitlement to revenues. signed by governor
HB2092 Budget, State; changes from biennial to covering single fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012. dead
HB2093 Composite index, local; adjustment for state share of basic aid for certain school divisions. dead
HB2094 Income tax, state; provides tax credit for certain individuals & corporations for renewable energy. dead
HB2095 Contractors, Board for; adds building framers & masonry contractors to definition of tradesman. dead
HB2096 Affordable housing; localities waive certain fee for organization with primary purpose of assisting. enacted
HB2097 Animal shelter and pounds; allowed to purchase, etc., certain controlled substances for euthanizing. signed by governor
HB2098 Real property tax; agricultural use assessment. enacted
HB2099 George Washington Toll Road Authority; created, encompasses City of Fredericksburg, etc. enacted
HB2100 License plates, special; issuance to clean special fuel vehicles. dead
HB2101 Taxation, Department of; changes annual report date from April 15 to October 1 on corporate tax. signed by governor
HB2102 Pittsylvania County; Board of Department of Game and Inland Fisheries to adopt regulations. dead
HB2103 Charter; Town of Hurt signed by governor
HB2104 Students with Disabilities Tuition Assistance Grant Program; created. dead
HB2105 Electric utility regulation; directs SCC to take into account whether facility consistent. dead
HB2106 Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credits; landlords participating in housing choice voucher programs. dead
HB2107 Public use; definition thereof. dead
HB2108 Electronic video and audio communication, two-way; if available for a hearing, judge shall use. signed by governor
HB2109 Economic Development Authority; allows City of Chesapeake to increase size of board of directors. signed by governor
HB2110 Early voting; any qualified voter may vote in person from 17-3 days before election, etc. dead
HB2111 Workers' Compensation; adds sworn Port Authority police officers to those entitled to presumption. signed by governor
HB2112 Financial literacy education; school board to implement objectives in middle and high schools. enacted
HB2113 Absentee voting; persons age 65 and older may vote absentee. dead
HB2114 Payroll processing services; require provider to register annually with Commissioner of Agriculture. dead
HB2115 Common Interest Community Management Information Fund; assessments not to apply to volunteer. dead
HB2116 Common interest communities; eliminates assessment against and limit enforcement authority of Board. dead
HB2117 HOT lanes; prohibits on any portion of I-95 between Potomac River and City of Fredericksburg. dead
HB2118 Secondary highway system construction allocations; allocates among counties on basis of population. dead
HB2119 Rail Enhancement Fund; waive requirement that projects funded thereby include minimum 30% cash . dead
HB2120 Graffiti abatement; permits localities to charge property owner for cost thereof. incorporated
HB2121 Public Procurement Act; verification of legal presence of contractors for employment. dead
HB2122 Outdoor advertising; increases penalties for violation thereof. dead
HB2123 Mutual aid agreement; institution of higher learning having police force appointed to enter therein. signed by governor
HB2124 Rental agreement; early termination by military personnel. dead
HB2125 Zoning; person to post sign notifying public of place & time of public hearing regarding property. dead
HB2126 Employing illegal aliens; relocate provision requiring cancellation of limited liability companies. signed by governor
HB2127 Bank accounts, minors'; authorizes bank to establish deposit account in which minors are sole owner. signed by governor
HB2128 Retirement System; modifies several provisions governing benefits of members disabled or killed. signed by governor
HB2129 Landlord and tenant laws; notice to tenant in event of foreclosure. passed senate
HB2130 Supplemental Highway Construction Fund; established. dead
HB2131 Gang-free zones; established on certain types of public and private property upon petition. dead
HB2132 Workforce housing; locality may offer housing assistance grants to school division personnel. signed by governor
HB2133 Equalization, Boards of; removes nine-year term limit for members. signed by governor
HB2134 State song; Virginia, Birth Place of Our Nation by Lorraine Neill & Lynn Czarny be adopted. dead
HB2135 Recordation/grantor tax; penalty if understatement of consideration is false with intent to evade. signed by governor
HB2136 Misdemeanor arrest or summons; gives law-enforcement officer choice of issuing summons & releasing. dead
HB2137 Outdoor advertising; increases penalties for violation thereof. dead
HB2138 Graffiti abatement; permits localities to charge property owner for cost thereof. signed by governor
HB2139 Retirement System; retirees hired as school board security personnel without benefit interuption. dead
HB2140 Learner's permits; DMV to refuse application for minor who has had more than 5 unexcused absenses. dead
HB2141 Infectious disease; deemed consent for testing for HIV or hepatitis B or C, etc. signed by governor
HB2142 Statewide Healthcare Workforce Authority; created, report.. dead
HB2143 Retirement System; purchase of prior service credit by teachers. dead
HB2144 Concealed handgun permit applications; access to personal information. signed by governor
HB2145 Health insurance provider contracts; access to coverage information by Internet, etc. dead
HB2146 Retirement System; adds school board members to membership. dead
HB2147 Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc., Board for; land surveyors. dead
HB2148 Onsite treatment works; designs therefor include a report by professional soil scientist. signed by governor
HB2149 Higher Education, Council of; task force to plan to expand teacher preparation. dead
HB2150 Notice of sale; locality in Planning District 8 to adopt ordinance to give notice to admin. officer. enacted
HB2151 Retention of energy savings; school boards required to prepare approved energy conservation. dead
HB2152 Stand-by service charges; SCC to adopt regulations requiring rates charged by electric utility. signed by governor
HB2153 BPOL tax; allows towns to levy on any person, firm, etc., in business of renting real property. dead
HB2154 Retirement System; creates new defined contribution retirement plan for certain employees. dead
HB2155 Electric utility service; net energy metering. enacted
HB2156 Involuntary commitment hearing; upon request, district court judge, etc. may restrict attendance. dead
HB2157 Biodiesel & green diesel; all diesel fuel sold, etc. in State to consumers to contain at least 2%. dead
HB2158 Charlottesville-Albemarle Regional Transit Authority; established. signed by governor
HB2159 Adoption of a child; amends statutes governing. enacted
HB2160 Post-adoption contact and communication; establishes procedures between birth parents, etc. signed by governor
HB2161 Retail Sales and Use Tax; additional tax authorized in City of Charlottesville & Albemarle County. dead
HB2162 Timberville, Town of; advisory referendum in on question of water fluoridation. dead
HB2163 Midwifery; regulations governing practice thereof. signed by governor
HB2164 Mechanics' liens; standards & procedures for abandoned vehicle, storage and repair of motor vehicle. signed by governor
HB2165 Zoning; locality shall not require special use permit for certain small-scale conversion of biomass. signed by governor
HB2166 Schools; delayed implementation of certain statutes, etc. upon which accreditation is based. signed by governor
HB2167 Midwives, professional; reimbursement of services of those certified. dead
HB2168 Stormwater offsets; authorizes permit-issuing authorities to allow permit holders to comply. signed by governor
HB2169 Towing and Recovery Operators, Board of; membership, powers & duties relating to suspension, etc. enacted
HB2170 Fire training; training provided to be scheduled to allow person in school to complete requirements. dead
HB2171 Agricultural waste; excludes any farm, etc., that owns & operates facilities within State. signed by governor
HB2172 Renewable energy sources; location of facilities for distribution of electricity, steam, etc. enacted
HB2173 Utility Facilities Act; excludes certain companies from regulation as public utility, etc. dead
HB2174 Retention of energy savings by state agencies; established. dead
HB2175 Small renewable energy projects; DEQ to develop procedure permitting construction and operation. enacted
HB2176 Energy Efficiency and Conservation Fund; established. incorporated
HB2177 Rechargeable battery recycling; authorizes localities to ban disposal of certain. signed by governor
HB2178 Possession of ammunition by convicted felons; prohibited. signed by governor
HB2179 Trials; credit for time spent in confinement discretionary with court. dead
HB2180 Dental hygienists; those who hold a license, etc., may provide educational and preventative care. signed by governor
HB2181 Freedom of Information Act; protection of internal controls of State's financial systems. signed by governor
HB2182 Vehicle license fees and taxes, local; allows localities to exempt veterans and surviving spouses. signed by governor
HB2183 All-terrain vehicles; allows over-the-road operation for distances of no more than 2 miles. dead
HB2184 Southwest Virginia Health Facilities Authority; changes name to Southwest Virginia Health Authority. signed by governor
HB2185 Weight limits for gravel trucks; extends sunset provision on. incorporated
HB2186 Coal and gas road improvement tax; extends sunset date. signed by governor
HB2187 Economic Development Authority; allowed to include 5 members appointed by town council. signed by governor
HB2188 Onsite sewage system; Board of Health shall establish procedures for requiring survey plat. signed by governor
HB2189 Disposal of dead body; prohibited, increases from Class 1 misdemeanor to Class 6 felony. dead
HB2190 Archery and muzzleloading license; established special lifetime license for disabled residents. dead
HB2191 Health insurance; mandated coverage for telehealth services. dead
HB2192 Virginia War Memorial; term killed in action to include any deployed active duty military personnel. incorporated
HB2193 Nursing homes; report quarterly to Dept. of Health direct care service hours provided. dead
HB2194 Motor fuels tax; rate increase used for transportation purposes. dead
HB2195 Income tax; in-home health care tax credit. dead
HB2196 Income tax, state; deduction for certified nursing assistants and home health aides. dead
HB2197 Assistance for certain voters; provides certain procedures in language other than English. enacted
HB2198 Standards of Quality; apportionment of state & local share for costs of giving educational programs. dead
HB2199 Veterans Services Foundation; Board of Trustees may be removed by appointing authority. signed by governor
HB2200 Every Woman's Life Breast and Cervical Cancer Fund; established. signed by governor
HB2201 Innovation and Entrepreneurship Investment Authority; created, responsible for research, etc. enacted
HB2202 Greenhouse gas emissions; State Air Pollution Control Board to adopt regulation requiring reporting. dead
HB2203 Keep Our Promise Act of 2009; reinstates Personal Property Tax Relief Act of 1998. dead
HB2204 Instructional spending in classroom; local school division to allocate 65% of operating budget. dead
HB2205 BPOL taxes; repeals local business taxes. dead
HB2206 Budget Bill; Governor to include funding for transportation in biennium equal to at least 10%. dead
HB2207 Virginia Budget Office; established. dead
HB2208 Grass, weeds, etc.; locality may, after reasonable notice, have growth on vacant, etc. property cut. dead
HB2209 Health insurance; policy offered to small employer with 50 or less employees to protect uninsured. dead
HB2210 Enforcement of traffic light signals; allows law-enforcement officers to arrest or detain persons. dead
HB2211 Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure of information. signed by governor
HB2212 Automated drug dispensing systems; allows drugs in multi-dose packaging to be placed therein. signed by governor
HB2213 Baylor Grounds; removes Marine Resources authority to grant easement for natural gas pipeline. signed by governor
HB2214 Bulk donation programs; pharmacy may charge reasonable dispensing or administrative fee. signed by governor
HB2215 Economic Development Authority; allows City of Suffolk to increase size of board of directors. signed by governor
HB2216 Subdivision ordinance; delete City of Suffolk from locality that shall provide reasonable provision. signed by governor
HB2217 Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, etc.; required insurance for certain licensees. dead
HB2218 Soil and water conservation district directors; notice of election. signed by governor
HB2219 Qualified voter; definition of residence. incorporated
HB2220 Animal control officers; localities may raise cap on salaries. dead
HB2221 Federal write-in absentee ballots; witness requirement. incorporated
HB2222 Limited liability companies; domestications and cancellations thereof. signed by governor
HB2223 Recreational saltwater license; authorizes Resources Commission to charge nonresidents higher fee. signed by governor
HB2224 Braille; certification of instructors. signed by governor
HB2225 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; State Police shall publish on Internet database. dead
HB2226 Prisoner Litigation Reform Act; court serve Office of Attorney General with motion for judgement. signed by governor
HB2227 Airsoft guns; added to list of prohibited concealed weapons. dead
HB2228 Juveniles; restitution payments paid thereby. dead
HB2229 Retirement plan; no person acting as trustee or custodian with respect thereto may exercise setoff. in subcommittee
HB2230 Highway construction allocations; Transportation Board allocate projects in Northern Virginia, etc. dead
HB2231 Parking; adds pickup and panel trucks to list of vehicles that Fairfax, etc. may prohibit therefrom. dead
HB2232 Crashes on HOT lanes under construction; if no apparent bodily injuries, drivers must move vehicles. dead
HB2233 Electronic filings; DMV may require certain filings or submissions be made electronically. signed by governor
HB2234 State agencies; prohibit companies that have certain business operations in Sudan from bidding. dead
HB2235 Clean Energy Manufacturing Incentive Grant Fund; created. dead
HB2236 Security officer, private; changed from private security guard. passed committee
HB2237 Contracts; improper use of payment device numbers, penalty. signed by governor
HB2238 Hazardous materials; extends disqualification for violation of out-of-service order. signed by governor
HB2239 Compulsory training standards; persons designated to provide courthouse security. dead
HB2240 Economic Development Partnership Authority; board of directors authority to appoint thereto. signed by governor
HB2241 Detector canine handler & examiner; Dept. of Criminal Justice Service to provide partial exemption. signed by governor
HB2242 Accident reports by watercraft passengers; person 16 years of age or older required to give notice. dead
HB2243 Claims; Kurt E. Beach. signed by governor
HB2244 Holland-Councill Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 58 business bridge over Blackwater River. incorporated
HB2245 Driving under influence of alcohol; law-enforcement officer to arrest without warrant. dead
HB2246 Indoor Clean Air Act; localities to adopt ordinances containing standards, etc. relating to smoking. incorporated
HB2247 Water and waste authorities; lien may apply for delinquent rates applicable to 3 or fewer months. signed by governor
HB2248 Marine Resources Commission; Commissioner to establish permanent office on Virginia Peninsula. signed by governor
HB2249 Cigarette tax, local; any county to impose not to exceed $0.05 per pack or amount levied by State. dead
HB2250 Severance tax; adds sand, marl, and gravel to list which localities may impose. dead
HB2251 City of Williamsburg; charter. signed by governor
HB2252 Workers' compensation; establishes limitations period in which public safety employee may claim. dead
HB2253 Safety belts; makes non-use of a primary offense. dead
HB2254 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of the International Association of Fire Fighters. dead
HB2255 Solid waste disclosure statements; eliminates requirement applicants provide social security number. signed by governor
HB2256 Fixed fishing devices; Marine Resources Commission to adopt regulations that set distance between. signed by governor
HB2257 Outpatient treatment; allows court to order mandatory treatment following involuntary admission. signed by governor
HB2258 Organ and tissue donation; funeral homes receiving body following donation, immune from liability. enacted
HB2259 Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure of information. incorporated
HB2260 Claims; Botswanna Imani. dead
HB2261 Consumer Protection Act; foreclosure rescues. signed by governor
HB2262 Mortgage Lender and Broker Act; authorizes SCC to request Attorney General to investigate violation. signed by governor
HB2263 Animal control officers; moves oversight & governance thereof to Dept. of Criminal Justice Services. dead
HB2264 Sales tax revenue; includes debt service on bond issued for renovation to certain public facilities. incorporated
HB2265 Voluntary registration of family day homes; Commissioner may contract to certify. signed by governor
HB2266 Freedom of Information Act; exemption for name, address, etc., of complainants relating to zoning. signed by governor
HB2267 Renewable energy facilities; definition. dead
HB2268 Renewable energy; definition thereof. signed by governor
HB2269 Expenditures; annual report thereof provided by school board to be made available to public. signed by governor
HB2270 Private residential wells; regulations shall include minimum storage capacity and yield requirement. signed by governor
HB2271 Telephone trespass; penalty. dead
HB2272 Workers' Compensation; person contracting for subcontractor to perform work not required to insure. dead
HB2273 Driver's licenses; Commissioner of DMV to strengthen examination. dead
HB2274 Sex Offender Registry; not required to provide list of registrants' wanted offenses on Internet. dead
HB2275 Drug treatment courts; authorized for County of Franklin if funded through local sources. signed by governor
HB2276 Towing and Recovery Operators, Board of; exemption in locality imposing a coal severance tax. dead
HB2277 Natural gas; distribution service by municipalities and authorities. signed by governor
HB2278 Richlands Coal Miners' Memorial in Tazewell County; designating as official Coal Miners' Memorial. enacted
HB2279 Benefit claims assistance; requires Commissioner Dept. of Veterans Services to ensure assistance. signed by governor
HB2280 Law Officers' Retirement System; supplemental allowance paid until Social Security retirement age. dead
HB2281 Wildlife Violator Compact; Department of Game and Inland Fisheries to adopt regulations. signed by governor
HB2282 Hunting deer; allows .223 and .22-250 caliber rifles to be used therefor. dead
HB2283 Ohio Valley Water Sanitation Commission; replaces one of three commissioners. signed by governor
HB2284 State song; designates 'Cradle of Liberty'. dead
HB2285 Auditor of Public Accounts; duties, standard vendor accounting information to include certain info. enacted
HB2286 Procurement of services; Director of Division of Purchases to require certain agencies to procure. dead
HB2287 Planning and Budget, Department of; required to provide copies of all agency budget estimates. dead
HB2288 Community services board; removes provision allowing employment of person convicted of assault. dead
HB2289 Real and personal property taxes; duty to provide information to commissioner of revenue. signed by governor
HB2290 Income tax, state; animal adoption fee tax credit. dead
HB2291 Release of deed of trust; prohibits settlement agents, etc. from facilitating an assignment. signed by governor
HB2292 Workers' Compensation Act; insurance notices. signed by governor
HB2293 Alcoholic Beverage Control Board; creates 2-year pilot project for certain mixed beverage licensees. signed by governor
HB2294 Alternative on-site sewage systems; no locality shall prohibit use thereof. incorporated
HB2295 Two-Year College Transfer Grant; increases annual amount. dead
HB2296 Income tax, corporate; extends sunset date of major business facility job tax credit. dead
HB2297 Underaged drinking; person charged with who summons assistance is eligible for deferred disposition. dead
HB2298 Income tax, state; qualified adoption expenses tax credit. dead
HB2299 HOV lanes; extend sunset provision allowing those vehicles bearing clean special fuel license plate. incorporated
HB2300 Mental Health, Mental Retardation & Substance Abuse Services, Department of; name change. enacted
HB2301 Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee for any reason, special provisions for military. dead
HB2302 Fiduciaries; naming fiduciary or subject of fiduciary relationship as party to an action. in subcommittee
HB2303 DUI blood test refusal; if person refuses, Ex. Secretary of Supreme Court to have form on Internet. signed by governor
HB2304 Special education; 180 days to appeal due process hearing decisions. signed by governor
HB2305 Property Owners' Association Act; salary information of employee shall be available for examination. signed by governor
HB2306 Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; rent escrow pending appeal. signed by governor
HB2307 Early voting; any qualified voter may vote in person from 17 to three days before election. dead
HB2308 Public hearings; notice of and locality must hold prior to increasing its real property tax. signed by governor
HB2309 Probationer, supervised; not be kept under probation solely because of failure to make payment. signed by governor
HB2310 Confidentiality of court records; person inspecting is authorized to have copies made of records. signed by governor
HB2311 Courthouses; localities to assess fee as part of costs in each criminal or traffic case, etc. enacted
HB2312 Writs; requirements for actual innocence. signed by governor
HB2313 Illegal software, ticket sales; penalty. signed by governor
HB2314 State Police Volunteer Chaplaincy Program; established. in committee
HB2315 Electric utility rates; deferral of increases. dead
HB2316 Transient occupancy tax; adds Smyth County to those permitted to impose an additional 3%. signed by governor
HB2317 Vehicle safety inspections; State Police to accept electonic form of data required to be submitted. signed by governor
HB2318 Firearms; any person who sells three or more firearms at show be licensed as a firearms dealer. dead
HB2319 Overload and overweight permits; revises fees. dead
HB2320 Financial Guaranty Insurance; established. dead
HB2321 Dangerous dog; court may order owner to pay to any injured person costs of medical care. incorporated
HB2322 Urban development areas; counties shall have until July 1, 2011, to amend comprehensive plans. signed by governor
HB2323 Fauquier County Water and Sanitation Authority/Vint Hill; wastewater treatment facility. incorporated
HB2324 Higher educational institutions; at least 80% of transfer students admitted be Virginia domiciles. dead
HB2325 Higher educational institutions; at least 70% of students admitted be Virginia domiciles. dead
HB2326 Zoning appeals, board of; changes standard by which variance can be granted. signed by governor
HB2327 Community College Scholarship Match Program; created. dead
HB2328 Adult abuse, suspected; requires local departments to take photographs, etc., thereof. signed by governor
HB2329 Physician assistants; provides immunity therefor under supervision for review or action. dead
HB2330 Retail Sales and Use Tax exemption; exemption for certain nonprofit entities. signed by governor
HB2331 Raffle tickets; proceeds shall not be included to determine gross receipt of qualified organization. dead
HB2332 Enterprise zone economic incentive grants; increases amount of investment made to be eligible. signed by governor
HB2333 P-16 Education Council; makes permanent advisory council within executive branch. dead
HB2334 Advance medical directives; physician determining patient is incapable of making informed decision. incorporated
HB2335 Standards of Quality; state average teacher salary not be less than national average. dead
HB2336 Governments, local; adoption of ordinances prohibiting delivery of unsolicited newspapers. dead
HB2337 Health insurance; mandated coverage for amino acid based elemental formulas. dead
HB2338 Birth control; definition. dead
HB2339 Safety belts; makes non-use of a primary offense. dead
HB2340 Child protective services differential response system report; repealed. signed by governor
HB2341 Suspension of a student, short-term; pending principal, etc., decision on alternative education. signed by governor
HB2342 Tuition assistance; member National Guard have minimum of 2 years remaining on service requirement. signed by governor
HB2343 Livable home tax credit; increases limit from $500 annually to $1,000. incorporated
HB2344 Benchmarks for student reading achievement; Board of Education to establish in grades 6-12. dead
HB2345 Animal laws; correct error in 2008 recodification of Title 3.1 to allow town to adopt by reference. signed by governor
HB2346 Pensions paid to widows and maiden or widowed daughters of Confederate veterans; repealed. signed by governor
HB2347 Income tax, state; repeals obsolete code sections for purchasing of machinery and equipment. signed by governor
HB2348 Fiduciaries distributing intangible personal property to file informative tax returns; repealed. signed by governor
HB2349 Richmond Metropolitan Authority; created. signed by governor
HB2350 Transportation of troops by railroad; repeals obsolete section. signed by governor
HB2351 Natural Resources Commitment Fund; Dept. of Conservation, etc., to provide annual funding needed. signed by governor
HB2352 Donation of prescription medication; clarifies liability of pharmaceutical manufacturers. signed by governor
HB2353 School for Deaf and Blind; re-establishes Board of Visitors thereof. signed by governor
HB2354 Suspension of mandates; requires Governor to temporarily suspend on locality facing fiscal stress. dead
HB2355 Local government; publication of notices for charter changes, referenda, and public hearings, etc; dead
HB2356 Budget Bill; requires 2010-12 biennium and future bills to be prepared using zero-based principles. dead
HB2357 Retirement System; investments related to state sponsor of terrorism. dead
HB2358 Triggerman rule; redefinition thereof, penalty. vetoed by governor
HB2359 Ephedrine and pseudoephedrine; pilot program for tracking distribution thereof. dead
HB2360 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts fabrication of animal meat. signed by governor
HB2361 Sex offender registration; juveniles adjudicated delinquent of sexually violent offense to register. dead
HB2362 Drug offenses; person convicted of second offense would be a felon if committed in State. signed by governor
HB2363 Criminal cases; admissibility of prior inconsistent statements. dead
HB2364 Dangerous or vicious dog; court may order owner to pay restitution for damages to injured person. signed by governor
HB2365 Restriction on Supreme Court; shall not promulgate any rule that prohibits conduct of an attorney. dead
HB2366 Charter; Town of Strasburg. enacted
HB2367 Protective order; aiding and abetting violation thereof, penalty. dead
HB2368 Income tax, state and Retail Sales and Use Tax; credit, etc. for certain telecommunication provider. dead
HB2369 Prescription medication; Substance Abuse Services Council, to conduct 1 year study, report. dead
HB2370 Virginia's Future, Council on; assessment of the impact of prescription drug abuse. incorporated
HB2371 Rates; SCC to conduct proceeding relating thereto for certain sales of electric power to customers. enacted
HB2372 Electric utility rates; curtailing peak power purchases. dead
HB2373 Birth control prescriptions; pharmacist who refuses to fill ensure patient treated nonjudgmentally. dead
HB2374 Income tax, state; Renewable Energy Job tax credit. dead
HB2375 Application for social or health services; for purposes of qualifying for any program. dead
HB2376 Estate tax; reinstates federal credit amount State will receive payments from deaths after Jan. 1. dead
HB2377 Animals as prizes and gifts; Class 3 misdemeanor to raffle, give away, offer for sale as novelty. dead
HB2378 Noncorporate entities; minimum tax is imposed on telecommunications and electric suppliers. signed by governor
HB2379 Cigarette tax rate; funding education and Medicaid. dead
HB2380 Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits use of text messaging while driving certain vehicles. incorporated
HB2381 Protective orders; court may include therein provisions for protection of companion animals, etc. in subcommittee
HB2382 Governor's Advisory Board for National and Community Service; established. passed committee
HB2383 Tax and fee discounts and allowances; eliminates dealer tax and fee discounts and allowances. dead
HB2384 Safety belt ordinances; allows local body to enact consistent with state law. dead
HB2385 Discrimination; prohibited in public employment based on race, color, religion, etc. dead
HB2386 Pedestrians and drivers; responsibilities thereof at marked & unmarked crosswalks. dead
HB2387 Green Public Buildings Act; certain new or renovated buildings to be built to certain standards. dead
HB2388 Uniform Statewide Building Code; DGS to act as building official to determine compliance therewith. dead
HB2389 Cigarette tax and tobacco products tax; increased. dead
HB2390 Alcoholic beverage control; designates as agents of ABC Board any licensed distiller who blends. dead
HB2391 Foreign service; search warrant for electronic communications. signed by governor
HB2392 License plates, special; issuance to veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom. incorporated
HB2393 Animal control officers; inclusion thereof in classification of law-enforcement officers. signed by governor
HB2394 Personal information privacy; prohibits sale of credit inquiry information to third parties. dead
HB2395 Pressure sores; requires nursing homes, etc., to report data on occurrence thereof among patients. dead
HB2396 Advance medical directives; revises Health Care Decisions Act to clarify process. signed by governor
HB2397 Child pornography; venue for prosecution where unlawful act thereof is produced, stored, etc. signed by governor
HB2398 Commonwealth Law-Enforcement Mutual Aid Agreement; established. dead
HB2399 License plates, special; issuance to Purple Heart recipients. dead
HB2400 Criminal sexual assault; establishment of a multidisciplinary response thereto. enacted
HB2401 Fallen Heroes Memorial Bridge, etc.; designating as memorial bridges. signed by governor
HB2402 Identity theft; obtaining money, credit, etc. without authorization is prohibited under statutes. signed by governor
HB2403 Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; electronic filing of claims. signed by governor
HB2404 Virginia Universities Clean Energy Development and Economic Stimulus Foundation; created. dead
HB2405 Health Professions, Department of; may release information for determining shortage designations. signed by governor
HB2406 School records; may be received as evidence in cases involving custody of students, etc. signed by governor
HB2407 Health Practitioners' Intervention Program; revisions, changes name. signed by governor
HB2408 Community development authorities; makes comprehensive changes to provisions related thereto. signed by governor
HB2409 Holocaust education; Board of Education to establish objectives therefor. signed by governor
HB2410 Richmond Ambulance Authority; adds board thereof to entities that local government may appoint. signed by governor
HB2411 Retail Sales and Use Tax; City of Virginia Beach entitled to certain. incorporated
HB2412 Subaqueous lands; Marine Resources Commission sell and convey certain parcels to City of Va. Beach. dead
HB2413 Craney Island Disposal Area; constructing marine terminal with dredge material is authorized. signed by governor
HB2414 Military Family Relief Fund; provides calculating taxable income for individuals receiving benefits. dead
HB2415 Technology Research Fund; robotics & unmanned vehicle systems, etc., to eligible research programs. signed by governor
HB2416 Photo-monitoring systems; removes approval of VDOT of proposed intersections for system. dead
HB2417 Covenants regarding solar power; clarifies community associations may prohibit or restrict. signed by governor
HB2418 Solar energy; optional provisions of subdivision ordinance. dead
HB2419 Fossil fuel; requires solid waste permit when using unamended coal combustion waste as land cover. dead
HB2420 Intermodal Planning and Investment, Office of; updates responsibilities. incorporated
HB2421 Freedom of Information Act; definition of public record. dead
HB2422 Voting equipment; locality that acquired DREs prior to 7-1-07 may temporarily conduct election.. signed by governor
HB2423 Broadband Advisory Council; established. enacted
HB2424 Graffiti; restitution for abatement costs. signed by governor
HB2425 Highways, primary and secondary; transfer roads, bridges, etc., therefrom to local system of roads. signed by governor
HB2426 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; extends implementation of prohibition. signed by governor
HB2427 Protection of Social Security Numbers Act; first five digits to be confidential from disclosure. signed by governor
HB2428 Distribution of handbills, etc. on highways; grants Loudoun County power to regulate. signed by governor
HB2429 Land development plans; adds Town of Leesburg to localities that may develop procedure for review. signed by governor
HB2430 Electronic delivery of insurance notices; authorizes insurers to electronically transmit. signed by governor
HB2431 Underinsured motorist insurance coverage; claim settled for amount exhausting policy limits. dead
HB2432 Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Board for; regulation of lead-based paint renovation, etc. enacted
HB2433 Eastern Virginia Medical School; alters manner in which Board of Visitors is appointed. enacted
HB2434 Corporations; allows certain to be represented by an officer before general district courts. signed by governor
HB2435 Uniform Principal and Income Act; trustee required to demand certain distributions if requested. signed by governor
HB2436 Assault and battery; penalty when against emergency room personnel. dead
HB2437 Income tax, corporate; apportionment for manufacturers. enacted
HB2438 Electronic reforms; various amendments to Title 24.2 that authorize State Board of Elections. dead
HB2439 Income tax, state; honorably discharged veteran job creation tax credit. dead
HB2440 Alcoholic beverage control; privatization of ABC stores. dead
HB2441 Corrections, Department of; powers and duties of Director. signed by governor
HB2442 Investment Performance Grants; raises per project amount thereof. signed by governor
HB2443 Zoning ordinances; restrictions on ABC licenses in City of Portsmouth. dead
HB2444 Bioscience and technology-related development; Economic Development Partnership promote biosciences. dead
HB2445 Stock and Nonstock Corporation Acts; conforms provisions and makes technical amendments. signed by governor
HB2446 Motor fuels and lubricating oils; updates referenced standard for testing thereof. signed by governor
HB2447 Influenza vaccination; requires Board of Health to develop and issue guidelines for administration. signed by governor
HB2448 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of D.C. United soccer team. dead
HB2449 Infectious disease; establishes deemed consent to test for HIV & hepatitis B & C and release result. signed by governor
HB2450 Elections; repeal special provision that provided additional time for printing presidential ballots. dead
HB2451 Certificate of public need; applications for increase in psychiatric treatment beds. incorporated
HB2452 Prescription information; confidentiality. dead
HB2453 Electronic prescribing; Secretary of Health and Human Services, etc. to establish a website. signed by governor
HB2454 Uniform Commercial Code; financing statements. signed by governor
HB2455 Biosciences and other technology industries; qualified equity and subordinated debt investments. dead
HB2456 Tobacco Settlement Foundation; changes name to Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth. signed by governor
HB2457 Retirement System; divest itself of investments in companies investing in Iran's petroleum sector. dead
HB2458 Posting of charity care policies; requires hospitals to post information related thereto. signed by governor
HB2459 Right to notify; consumer in mental health facility to have opportunity thereto of his condition. signed by governor
HB2460 Transportation of person under emergency custody, etc.; allowed to be transported by family member. signed by governor
HB2461 Notification of family member in commitment process; disclosure of certain information of patient. signed by governor
HB2462 Patient level data system; reporting requirement. signed by governor
HB2463 Government Efficiency Review Commission; established. in subcommittee
HB2464 Higher educational institutions, certain; management agreements with State. signed by governor
HB2465 Removal of public official; no person who signs petition for removal of shall be liable for costs. signed by governor
HB2466 Removal of public official; no person who signs petition for removal of shall be liable for costs. dead
HB2467 Life insurance; funding preneed funeral contracts. signed by governor
HB2468 Marijuana; expungement of charges. dead
HB2469 Waste Management Board; permit issuance process. dead
HB2470 Northern Virginia Transportation District Fund; dedication of state matching funds. dead
HB2471 Freedom of Information Act; disclosure of names of teachers not required in response to request . dead
HB2472 Short-term rental property; definition/removes daily rental property defin. from merchants' capital. signed by governor
HB2473 Public use; term to include public libraries for purposes to prohibit loitering on grounds. signed by governor
HB2474 Planning time for school teachers; Superintendent to ensure elementary school teachers are provided. signed by governor
HB2475 Higher educational institutions; at least 75% of students admitted be Virginia domiciles. dead
HB2476 HOV lanes; extend sunset provision allowing those vehicles bearing clean special fuel license plate. signed by governor
HB2477 Popes Head Road; designating as State byway in Fairfax County. signed by governor
HB2478 Infectious disease presumption; emergency declaration by Governor. in committee
HB2479 Real property tax rate; reduces tax imposed on commercial property in Northern Virginia. enacted
HB2480 Real property tax; commercial property in Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads. signed by governor
HB2481 Machine guns; requires any registrant to notify Superintendent of State Police of change of address. dead
HB2482 Prescription donation; clarifies hospital and clinic may redispense donation medication to indigent. signed by governor
HB2483 Indoor Clean Air Act; prohibit presence of minors in all indoor restaurants and bar, etc., in State. incorporated
HB2484 Duty of care; owners of privately owned airports, etc. used to operate aircraft exempt therefrom. passed senate
HB2485 Vehicle safety inspections; codifies exceptions thereto set forth in proclamation of July 2006. signed by governor
HB2486 Emergency custody; authority of law-enforcement officer. signed by governor
HB2487 Library aid; period in which transition of city to town status may continue to receive. signed by governor
HB2488 Common Interest Community Board; clarifies powers and duties, technical changes. dead
HB2489 Assault and battery; penalty when against family or household member. dead
HB2490 Claims; Daniel and Brenda Brewer. dead
HB2491 Charter; City of Galax. enacted
HB2492 Assault & battery; penalty when committed against Metro Washington Airport Authority police officer. dead
HB2493 Prisoner keep; increases amount locality may charge inmate to defray costs associated therewith. incorporated
HB2494 Charter; City of Hopewell. signed by governor
HB2495 Child labor; permits children 17 years of age satisfying enumerated criteria to drive automobiles. signed by governor
HB2496 Early voting pilot projects; State Board of Elections to establish for general elections in 2010. dead
HB2497 Electronic government; Secretary of Technology to develop and implement strategies therefor. dead
HB2498 Assault and battery; authority to defer and dismiss against family or household member. in committee
HB2499 Aerospace Advisory Council; adds Director of Space Grant Consortium to serve as ex officio. signed by governor
HB2500 'A Place of My Own' Program; Department of Social Services to develop. signed by governor
HB2501 Department of Housing and Community Development; rental assistance pilot project. dead
HB2502 Transient occupancy tax; adds representatives of lodging properties to local tourism organizations. signed by governor
HB2503 Juveniles; collection of DNA to include that of any age 14 whose delinquency charges are deferred. dead
HB2504 Income tax, corporate; real estate investment trusts. signed by governor
HB2505 Towing and recovery licensure; extends date which a person needs valid license from Board. signed by governor
HB2506 Energy efficiency programs; investor-owned electric utilities to recover costs of designing, etc. enacted
HB2507 Fishing licenses; Marine Resources Commission to issue refunds on prorated basis. signed by governor
HB2508 Electronic filing; Secretary of Technology to assist state agencies in expanding citizen access. incorporated
HB2509 Elections; voter integrity and identification provisions. passed committee
HB2510 Repossessed vehicles; person purchasing in another state may sell in State without obtaining title. incorporated
HB2511 Notice to sex offenders of law changes; State Police, Dept. of Corrections, etc. to give notice. dead
HB2512 Income tax, state; subtraction for Virginia Military Family Relief Fund. dead
HB2513 Mob violence; adds act of violence to listing of offenses reported by juvenile intake officer. signed by governor
HB2514 Elder abuse; staff members of financial institutions to report. dead
HB2515 Workers' Compensation Act; increases maximum tax rate that may be assessed on uninsured, etc. signed by governor
HB2516 Crash prevention courses; to be delivered via Internet or other electronic means if approved by DMV. dead
HB2517 Standards of Learning; directs Board of Education provide option of industry certification, etc. enacted
HB2518 Royalty payments from gas or oil drilling; property owners whose interest has been force-pooled. passed committee
HB2519 Electric utilities; SCC to establish procedures regarding refunds of moneys collected. signed by governor
HB2520 Pedestrians and drivers; responsibilities thereof at marked and unmarked crosswalks. incorporated
HB2521 Health insurance; coverage for length of hospital inpatient stay for mother and newborn. dead
HB2522 Health insurance plan for state employees; coverage for employees of small employers. dead
HB2523 Alcoholic beverage control; grounds for suspension or revocation of a license. signed by governor
HB2524 Personal property tax; classification. signed by governor
HB2525 Small wind energy projects; DEQ to develop procedure permitting construction and operation thereof. dead
HB2526 Judicial performance evaluation program; Survey & Evaluation Research Laboratory, etc. administer. dead
HB2527 Chief Justice of Virginia Supreme Court; shall serve thereas for only two consecutive terms. dead
HB2528 Disposition of firearms; no participation in program if individuals are given valuable in exchange. vetoed by governor
HB2529 National Defense Industrial Authority; adds Secretary of Commerce and Trade to board of directors. signed by governor
HB2530 Secondary school teachers; required to complete course on current structure & historic development. in subcommittee
HB2531 Electricity; SCC to conduct proceeding to determine appropriate energy conservation, etc. signed by governor
HB2532 Reimbursement of expenses in DUI incidents; locality entitled to restitution from person convicted. signed by governor
HB2533 Studded tires; emergency vehicles to operate therewith. signed by governor
HB2534 License plates, special; issuance to veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom, etc. signed by governor
HB2535 Arts and cultural or education districts; any locality may create. dead
HB2536 Easements; injury to servient estate. dead
HB2537 Special education; definition of a parent to make decisions relating thereto. signed by governor
HB2538 Virginia Advisory Redistricting Commission; created. dead
HB2539 Enterprise Applications, Division of; established within VITA, appoint Chief Applications Officer. enacted
HB2540 Resources Authority; additional powers. dead
HB2541 Criminal records checks; required for licensure to practice as real estate licensees. signed by governor
HB2542 Move-over law; motorists must, if safe, move left when approaching stationary emergency vehicles. dead
HB2543 Campaign fundraising; requires contributions over $500 received by statewide officials be reported. dead
HB2544 Election recounts; losing candidate may initiate when difference less than 5% of total vote cast. signed by governor
HB2545 Aquarium and Marine Science Center; adds to list of organizations to receive contributions. signed by governor
HB2546 Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation; America's 400th Anniversary Commemoration, report. signed by governor
HB2547 Federal economic stimulus funds; available for State use exclusively for transportation & education. dead
HB2548 Learner's permits; requires applicants to prove legal presence in U.S. dead
HB2549 College Savings Plan; exclusion of certain financial records from Freedom of Information Act, etc. enacted
HB2550 Economic development; incentive financing for major employment and investment projects, report. signed by governor
HB2551 Onsite treatment works; provides specific requirements therefor designed by professional engineer. signed by governor
HB2552 Diploma requirements; Board of Education to include standard credit in economics & personal finance. dead
HB2553 Suspended operators license; forfeiture of motor vehicle for driving therewith. dead
HB2554 State song; designates The Banner Yet Wave written by Frank Pugh to be adopted. dead
HB2555 Development rights; permits Fauquier County to enact an ordinance for severance & transfer thereof. dead
HB2556 Special license plates for disabled veterans; amends definition of disabled veteran. dead
HB2557 Health insurance plan, State; coverages and benefits. signed by governor
HB2558 Biosolids permit; if amended to increase acreage by 50% more than initial permit give public notice. signed by governor
HB2559 Homestead exemption; increases for householders who are 65 years of age or older. signed by governor
HB2560 Homestead exemption; increased for veterans. signed by governor
HB2561 Suspension of license; failure or refusal to pay fines or costs. dead
HB2562 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts solar photovoltaic systems, solar thermal systems, etc. dead
HB2563 Street construction; allows locality to withhold acceptance of plat approval if street not complete. dead
HB2564 Three-time-loser parole eligibility; Parole Board petition for reconsideration of ineligibility. dead
HB2565 Farmland Preservation, Office of; to provide technical assistance to local governments interested. signed by governor
HB2566 Purchase of land by Department of Forestry; used for nonstate forest purposes. signed by governor
HB2567 Probation; Department of Corrections to develop supervision plan when offender placed on probation. dead
HB2568 Consumer Real Estate Settlement Protection Act; disclosures. signed by governor
HB2569 Manufactured Housing Licensing and Transaction Recovery Fund Law; limits amount of actual damages . signed by governor
HB2570 Inoperable motor vehicles; allows City of Newport News to adopt ordinance prohibiting. dead
HB2571 Restricted driver's license; court to provide during period of suspension. signed by governor
HB2572 Income tax, state; energy-efficient equipment tax credit. dead
HB2573 Income tax, state; energy-efficient equipment tax credit. dead
HB2574 Line of Duty Act; amends definition of deceased person thereunder, payment to beneficiaries. dead
HB2575 Income tax, corporate; extends sunset date of major business facility job tax credit. signed by governor
HB2576 Solid waste; electricity generated therefrom. signed by governor
HB2577 Highway noise abatement; Transportation Board or VDOT to plan therefor when constructing. signed by governor
HB2578 Novelty cigarette lighters; prohibiting purchase to persons under age of 18. signed by governor
HB2579 Informed consent; ultrasound required before performing abortion to determine gestation age. in committee
HB2580 Illegal immigrants; removes Code provision that prohibits an arrest thereof more frequently. signed by governor
HB2581 Tuition, in-state; eligibility for Native Americans. dead
HB2582 Charter; Town of Clarksville. signed by governor
HB2583 Local government investment pool; limitations. signed by governor
HB2584 Spirits delivery permit; authorizes permittee to purchase spirit from Board and deliver to business. dead
HB2585 Capital murder; adds uncompensated auxiliary police officers, etc. to definition of law-enforcement. incorporated
HB2586 Sandbridge Beach Subdivision; Board to determine which structures, etc., are in imminent danger. signed by governor
HB2587 Transient occupancy tax; any county ordinance may levy on single-family residences rented out. dead
HB2588 Individual income, corporate income, and sales and use taxes; restructuring various taxes. dead
HB2589 Students; assessment of those limited English proficient. signed by governor
HB2590 Financial accounting and reporting system; establish alternative system for postemployment benefits. dead
HB2591 Sewage sludge; DEQ to collect samples during unannounced inspection of land where biosolids applied. dead
HB2592 Electric vehicles; creates separate class of property tax for rate purposes. signed by governor
HB2593 Income tax, state; deduction for military retirement pay. dead
HB2594 Vietnam Human Rights Day. signed by governor
HB2595 Charitable gaming; raises permit exemption threshold for volunteer fire department or rescue squad. signed by governor
HB2596 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; amends Compact relating to Board membership, etc. enacted
HB2597 Alcoholic beverage control; ABC Board to adopt regulation that require off-premise retail licensees. signed by governor
HB2598 Conservation and Recreation, Department of; purchasing certain abandoned railroad rights-of-way. dead
HB2599 Real Estate Cooperative Act; amendment of declaration, revival of expired declarant rights. signed by governor
HB2600 Transportation-disadvantaged persons; requires State to develop plans and programs to assist. dead
HB2601 Real estate tax; notice of change in assessment. dead
HB2602 Conservation and Recreation, Department of; power to establish non-competitively procured contracts. signed by governor
HB2603 Locksmiths; repeals regulation thereof. dead
HB2604 Racing Commission; advance deposit account wagering. signed by governor
HB2605 Driver training programs; transfers to DMV responsibility therefor established for public schools. dead
HB2606 Farm wineries; county operating under urban county executive form of government to impose limits. in committee
HB2607 Communications sales and use tax; distributions to Bath County and Town of Clifton. signed by governor
HB2608 State employees; Secretary of Administration to measure effectiveness of telecommuting, etc. dead
HB2609 Digital media fee; created. dead
HB2610 Charitable Gaming, Division of; authorized to contract with State Lottery one-time raffle. dead
HB2611 Protective orders; law-enforcement officer may effect service by serving person subject to order. dead
HB2612 Emergency response plans; ensuring victims' rights. signed by governor
HB2613 Cash proffers; requires localities to phase out acceptance thereof. dead
HB2614 Absentee ballot; delete requirement that voter print full residence address on envelope with ballot. dead
HB2615 Public Procurement Act; increases amount for single or term contracts for professional services. signed by governor
HB2616 Tuition, in-state; person holding student or other temporary visa may establish eligibility. dead
HB2617 Realignment Commission; created, report. incorporated
HB2618 Interagency Dispute Resolution Advisory Council; membership terms. signed by governor
HB2619 Transfer students; credits earned for online courses taken in Virtual Virginia program to transfer. signed by governor
HB2620 Divorce; appointment of counsel by court. dead
HB2621 Campaign finance; imposes limits on contributions to candidates for Governor, etc. dead
HB2622 Salem Highway Construction District Transportation Revenue Fund; established. incorporated
HB2623 Multijurisdiction grand jury; jurisdiction to include investigation of trademark infringement. signed by governor
HB2624 Central Va. Criminal Justice Acad.; may enter into agreemt. to train private correctional personnel. signed by governor
HB2625 Emergency medical services provider; procedure upon receipt of complaint. dead
HB2626 Line of Duty Act; investigation of claims by police departments and sheriffs offices. signed by governor
HB2627 Alcoholic beverage control; unlawful possession, affirmative defense. signed by governor
HB2628 Public Procurement Act; cooperative procurement. dead
HB2629 Antifreeze bittering agent; engine coolant, etc., manufactured after Jan. 1, 2011, must contain. signed by governor
HB2630 Law-Enforcement Officers' Privacy Protection Act; allows personal information to be withheld. dead
HB2631 Firearms show; Fairfax County may require criminal history record information from promoter thereof. dead
HB2632 Health insurance; development of optional proposed program for school board, etc. dead
HB2633 Assault and battery; penalty when against campus police officer. dead
HB2634 Unborn child pain information; requires doctors to offer to anesthetize fetus prior to abortion. in committee
HB2635 Warrants, local; authorizes local governments to publish information relating thereto. dead
HB2636 Hunting and fishing; special license for youth groups. signed by governor
HB2637 Arrests; requires fingerprints be taken and forwarded to Central Criminal Records Exchange. signed by governor
HB2638 Capital murder; add auxiliary police officer, etc. to definition of law-enforcement officer statute. vetoed by governor
HB2639 Freedom of Information Act; exempts certain records of Department of Veterans Services, etc. signed by governor
HB2640 Criminal Justice Services Board; increase of membership. dead
HB2641 Regional Industrial Facilities Act; allows locality to withdraw from such authority. dead
HB2642 Elections; verification of registered voter lists. signed by governor
HB2643 Economic development entities; extension of performance agreements. signed by governor
HB2644 Locksmiths; certain exempt from certification if employed by licensed private security business. signed by governor
HB2645 Tobacco products tax; changes tax on moist snuff. passed committee
HB2646 Betterment loans; established, eligibility therefor to repair, etc., failing onsite sewage systems. enacted
HB2647 Cemetery Board; exemptions from licensure. dead
HB2648 Absentee ballots; methods for counting. dead
HB2649 Recycling reports; a solid waste planning unit shall not be required to submit until July 1, 2012. dead
HB2650 Citizens' Right to Know: Pretrial Release Act; pretrial agencies keep detailed record & case record. dead
HB2651 Real property tax; sale of tax-delinquent property. signed by governor
HB2652 Campaign contributions; limits thereon for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, etc. dead
HB2653 Zoning ordinance enforcement; not to be charged therewith unless locality provided written notice. dead
HB2654 Public Education Distribution; Governor, etc. to develop plan to lower maximum Composite Index rate. dead
HB2655 Accident and sickness claim proceeds; provider services rendered outside of State. signed by governor
HB2656 School for Deaf, Blind, and Multi-Disabled; Bd. of Ed., etc., hold in abeyance conveyance thereof. signed by governor
HB2657 Executive Mansion; use thereof for purpose of soliciting funds. dead
HB2658 Elections, State Board of; fees to cover expense of regulation. dead
HB2659 Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; duplex shall be deemed to be one single-family residence. dead
HB2660 Capital outlay plan; constitutes State's six-year proposal for projects. signed by governor
HB2661 Recordation tax; exemption. dead
HB2662 Community development authorities; allowed to request additional taxes from locality. dead
HB2663 Water and waste authorities; appointment of industrial or economic development authority directors. signed by governor
HB2664 Access management; Transportation Commissioner to take measures to develop local corridor plans. dead
HB2665 Broadband Infrastructure Loan Fund; created. enacted
HB2666 Elections; authorizes candidate representatives to observe part of election day, no assisting voter. signed by governor
HB2667 Central Virginia Regional Transportation Authority; created. dead
HB2668 Fair Housing Law; unlawful discrimination when based on sexual orientation. dead
HB2669 Humane investigators; allows new appointments. dead
HB2670 Common Interest Community Board; increases filing fee for persons to register written complaints. dead
HB2671 Cabin Capital of Virginia; designating Page County thereas. signed by governor
HB2672 Minority Business Enterprise, Dept. of; definitions to include individual who is U.S. citizen, etc. signed by governor
HB2673 Investment Partnership Act; amends definition of 'eligible company.' signed by governor
HB2674 Mental Retardation Waiver and IFDDS Waiver; Governor to plan to eliminate urgent care waiting lists. signed by governor
HB5001 Evidence, testimonial; criminal defendant right to demand testimony of preparer of certificate, etc. incorporated
HB5002 Evidence, testimonial; procedure notifying defendant of introduction of certificate of analysis. incorporated
HB5003 Evidence, testimonial; criminal defendant right to demand testimony of preparer of certificate, etc. incorporated
HB5004 Evidence, testimonial; criminal defendant right to demand testimony of preparer of certificate, etc. incorporated
HB5005 Evidence, testimonial; procedure notifying defendant of introduction of certificate of analysis. incorporated
HB5006 Evidence, testimonial; procedure notifying defendant of introduction of certificate of analysis. incorporated
HB5007 Evidence, testimonial; procedure notifying defendant of introduction of certificate of analysis. signed by governor
HB5008 Claims; Arthur Lee Whitfield. signed by governor
HB5009 Claims; Arthur Lee Whitfield. incorporated
HB5010 Claims; Arthur Lee Whitfield. incorporated
HJ4 Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (second reference). dead
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
HJ28 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
HJ29 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). 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
HJ48 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds. dead
HJ67 Constitutional amendment; payment of sales or use taxes in advance of collections (first reference). dead
HJ70 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
HJ120 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
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
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
HJ245 Constitutional amendment; supervision of schools by local government & administrative officer. dead
HJ620 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Fund, Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund, etc. passed committee
HJ621 Ethanol production; requests U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to grant temporary waiver. dead
HJ622 Celebrating the life of Dr. Charles Lewis Baird, Jr. passed house
HJ623 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference). dead
HJ624 Commending David Ogle. passed house
HJ625 Commending Shirley Boggs. passed house
HJ626 Motor fuel tax; joint subcommittee to study replacement with mileage-based fee. dead
HJ627 Children's life jacket requirements; Game & Inland Fisheries to consult boating community regarding. dead
HJ628 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference). dead
HJ629 Celebrating the life of Sally Braun Ormsby. passed house
HJ630 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ631 Constitutional amendments; Governor's term of office & appointment of members of Board of Education. dead
HJ632 Human services & social policy; JLARC to study feasibility of adopting 'housing first' approach. dead
HJ633 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly may agree to delay reconvened session. dead
HJ634 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly may provide by law school boards responsibility. dead
HJ635 Women's Heart Day; designating as May 17, 2009, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
HJ636 Commending the Handley High School girls' tennis team. passed house
HJ637 Commending Callas Contractors, Inc. passed house
HJ638 Commending James Arnold Davis. passed house
HJ639 Commending Jno. S. Solenberger & Co. Inc. True Value Hardware. passed house
HJ640 Constitutional amendment; right to work (first reference). in committee
HJ641 School choice programs; joint subcommittee to study programs for secondary school students. dead
HJ642 Celebrating the life of Esten O. Rudolph, Jr. passed house
HJ643 Commending Kari Pope and Headley Wilson. passed house
HJ644 Kaine, Timothy M.; portrait to be painted, framed and placed in Capitol. passed house
HJ645 Joint Assembly; receiving Governor and to establish schedule for conduct of business. passed house
HJ646 General Assembly; establishing prefiling schedule for 2010 Regular Session. passed house
HJ647 Constitutional amendment; limit on taxes or revenues and Revenue Stabilization Fund. passed house
HJ648 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans (first reference). passed house
HJ649 Celebrating the life of Carter Randolph Allen. passed house
HJ650 Celebrating the life of Lemuel Edward Irvin. passed house
HJ651 Project Lead the Way (PLTW) program; school divisions to launch in division's high schools. passed house
HJ652 K-8 Mathematics Specialists; school divisions to hire to improve performance of students. passed house
HJ653 PRODUCED in Virginia program; UVA School of Engineering & CVCC recognized for establishing. passed house
HJ654 Higher Education, State Council of; to study establishing four year institution in Virginia Beach. dead
HJ655 Commending the Virginia Farm Bureau's Young Farmers. passed house
HJ656 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference). incorporated
HJ657 Constitutional amendment; repealing amendment dealing with marriage that was approved by referendum. dead
HJ658 Medical doctors; joint subcommittee to study current and impending severe shortage thereof. dead
HJ659 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Andrew Jackson Ellis, Jr. passed house
HJ660 Career & technical education; joint subcommittee to study ways to increase in secondary schools. dead
HJ661 Feral cats; Dept. of Agriculture & Consumer Services to convene workgroup to address issues. dead
HJ662 Commending William H. Baxter. passed house
HJ663 Windmill turbines; joint subcommittee to study efficacy of generating electricity therefrom. dead
HJ664 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference). dead
HJ665 Celebrating the life of Dr. Eugene Abram Foster. passed house
HJ666 Adoptions, public agency; joint subcommittee to study. dead
HJ667 Infant mortality; joint subcommittee to study methods and practices for reducing in State. dead
HJ668 JLARC; directed to study legislative efficiency and recommend improvements. dead
HJ669 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemptions for certain veterans (1st reference). incorporated
HJ670 Celebrating the life of Charles Francis, Jr. passed house
HJ671 Commending Ocean View Elementary School. passed house
HJ672 Commending Willoughby Elementary School. passed house
HJ673 Commending the Tidewater Winds on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed house
HJ674 Older Virginians Mental Health Month; designating as September, 2009 and each year thereafter. passed house
HJ675 Home energy consumption; Housing Commission directed to study. dead
HJ676 Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission; JLARC to conduct review. dead
HJ677 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference). dead
HJ678 Classroom teachers; SCHEV Community College System to study shortage thereof. passed house
HJ679 Children; joint subcommittee to study feasibility of establishing statewide minimum standards. dead
HJ680 Native Americans of Virginia; General Assembly to support establishment of commemorative commission. passed house
HJ681 Corporate income tax system; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. passed house
HJ682 Residential electric consumption tax; Department of Taxation to examine implementation thereof. dead
HJ683 Retailers for Life Month; designating as April 2009, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
HJ684 Congenital Heart Defects Awareness Week; designating as February 7-14, 2009, and each year. passed house
HJ685 Commemorating the bicentennial of the birth of Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States. passed house
HJ686 Constitutional amendment; certain property exempt from taxation (first reference). dead
HJ687 Highways; Joint Commission on Transportation Accountability to develop plan to toll certain. dead
HJ688 Constitutional amendment; real property tax relief for persons 65 years old, etc. (first reference). passed house
HJ689 Public's use of state waters; Dept. of Game and Inland Fisheries and Marine Resources to clarify. dead
HJ690 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Jesse A. Ault. passed house
HJ691 Celebrating the life of Robert Edward Shepherd, Jr. passed house
HJ692 Celebrating the life of Michael Sean Tansey. passed house
HJ693 Celebrating the life of Malcolm Upshur Pitt, Jr. passed house
HJ694 Celebrating the life of Dr. Louis Michael Breeden. passed house
HJ695 Commending New Kent County Courthouse on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ696 Commending the Mills E. Godwin High School girls' tennis team. passed house
HJ697 Commending Tony Squire and Squires Boys Basketball Education, Inc., on its 20th anniversary. passed house
HJ698 Commending Lisa G. Kaplowitz. passed house
HJ699 Commending G. Slaughter Fitz-Hugh, Jr. passed house
HJ700 General Assembly; notifying Governor of Organization. passed house
HJ701 Government stores; ABC Board to study retail privatization thereof. dead
HJ702 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
HJ703 Waterfowl; joint subcommittee to study hunting in urban and suburban areas. dead
HJ704 Smart meter technologies; SCC to study advisability of increasing implementation in State. dead
HJ705 Higher education; joint subcommittee to study affordability in State. dead
HJ706 High school graduation; joint subcommittee to study ways to increase rate in State. dead
HJ707 Sheriffs' dispatchers offices; State Compensation Board to study pay grades to determine inequities. dead
HJ708 Pharmaceutical manufacturers; joint subcommittee to study feasibility of requiring gross receipts. dead
HJ709 Constitutional amendment; assessments of real property and tax rates (first reference). dead
HJ710 Constitutional amendment; spending limits on government (first reference). dead
HJ711 Transportation Network of Hampton Roads, Joint Subcommittee studying; continued. passed house
HJ712 Craney Island Eastward Expansion Project; U.S. Congress urged to appropriate its funds to construct. dead
HJ713 Compact fluorescent light bulb; Department of Environmental Quality to study impact of expanded use. dead
HJ714 Passenger and freight rail transportation programs; JLARC to study long-term funding needs of State. dead
HJ715 Disability History and Awareness Month; designating as October 2009, & each year therafter. passed house
HJ716 Affordable housing; Department of Housing and Community Development and Taxation to jointly study. dead
HJ717 Native Americans; honoring their contributions to State, etc. stricken
HJ718 Utility-scale energy; joint subcommittee to study generation from offshore winds and investment. dead
HJ719 Medicaid; joint subcommittee to study reducing costs by increasing efficiencies and reducing fraud. dead
HJ720 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Fund, Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund, etc. incorporated
HJ721 Waterfowl; joint subcommittee to study hunting in urban and suburban areas. dead
HJ722 Lyndhurst Station; recognized for its distinctive and historic place in State history. passed house
HJ723 No Child Left Behind; Division of Legislative Services to collect data and information on impact. dead
HJ724 Constitutional amendment; limits appropriations in fiscal year to preceding year's (1st reference). incorporated
HJ725 Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public uses (first reference). in committee
HJ726 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference). dead
HJ727 Veterans; JLARC to study ways to reduce homelessness among those in State. dead
HJ728 Constitutional amendment; defines term public uses & specifies which private property may be taken. incorporated
HJ729 Constitutional amendment; provides that English is official language of State. dead
HJ730 Large animal veterinarians; Va.-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Med. to study shortage of. passed house
HJ731 Constitutional amendment; regulation of powers of General Assembly (first reference). dead
HJ732 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Gregory Stephen Matney. passed house
HJ733 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Wade St. Clair Coates. passed house
HJ734 Celebrating the life of C. Porter Vaughan, Jr. passed house
HJ735 Celebrating the life of Odell Hobbs. passed house
HJ736 Celebrating the life of Spottswood W. Robinson IV. passed house
HJ737 Commending Southside Baptist Church on the occasion of its 50th anniversary passed house
HJ738 Commending the Oscar Smith High School football team. passed house
HJ739 Commending William Bennett. passed house
HJ740 Commending Andrew Fine an Harry Lester. passed house
HJ741 Commending Mary Russo. passed house
HJ742 Poverty; joint subcommittee to study methods of reducing. dead
HJ743 Celebrating the life of Joan Gifford. passed house
HJ744 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Theodore Alfred Bashford. passed house
HJ745 Celebrating the life of Frederick Wayne Hutchins, Jr. passed house
HJ746 Commending Sanford B. Wanner. passed house
HJ747 Commending Fauquier County on the occasion of its 250th anniversary. passed house
HJ748 Commending the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. passed house
HJ749 Celebrating the life of James R. Whorley. passed house
HJ750 Commending the James Monroe High School football team. passed house
HJ751 Commending Hunter Stephens. passed house
HJ752 Commending the William Campbell High School drama team. passed house
HJ753 Commending Stephanie A. Doyle passed house
HJ754 Virginia Caregivers Week; designating as November 2009, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
HJ755 Will F. Jenkins Day; designating as June 27, 2009. passed house
HJ756 VAMPO; General Assembly recognizes need and encourages Secretary of Transportation to support, etc. passed house
HJ757 Celebrating the life of Nancy P. Thalhimer. passed house
HJ758 Commending the Gate City High School girls' volleyball team. passed house
HJ759 Commending the 1032nd Transportation Company, Virginia Army National Guard, based in Gate City. passed house
HJ760 Commending Willis Davis. passed house
HJ761 Commending the Town of Culpeper on the occasion of its 250th anniversary. passed house
HJ762 Commending the Charlotte County AAA Dixie Youth baseball team. passed house
HJ763 Commending Virginia's Olympic athletes of the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing. passed house
HJ764 Commending the Commonwealth Protection Institute. passed house
HJ765 Commending Woodlawn Baptist Church on the occasion of its 140th anniversary. passed house
HJ766 Celebrating the life of George Rogers Clark Stuart. passed house
HJ767 Celebrating the life of Josephine Compton Rife. passed house
HJ768 Commending Kelly Lambert. passed house
HJ769 Commending the Tabb High School field hockey team. passed house
HJ770 Virginia's Transportation Needs, Commission on; created, report. dead
HJ771 Patient Advocate Day; designating as April 4, 2009, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
HJ772 Celebrating the life of Charles A. Perlik, Jr. passed house
HJ773 Celebrating the life of Virginia Tubbs Caskie. passed house
HJ774 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Jeremiah Emmanuel McNeal. passed house
HJ775 Commending homeschoolers in Virginia on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of homeschooling. passed house
HJ776 Commending the University of Richmond football team on its 2008 NCAA Div. I Football Championship. passed house
HJ777 Commending Elvira Shaw. passed house
HJ778 Commending Lamese Essey. passed house
HJ779 Commending Lucas Brown. passed house
HJ780 Commending the American Cancer Society. passed house
HJ781 Commending the Virginia Credit Union League. passed house
HJ782 Judges; election circuit court, general district court, juvenile & domestic relation district court. passed house
HJ783 Virginia's Rail Heritage Region; established to promote and encourage rail tourism. passed house
HJ784 Commending the Gretna High School football team. passed house
HJ785 Commending Cadet Gregory E. Lippiatt. passed house
HJ786 Commending the Hoof Beats by the Beach 4-H Club of Accomack County. passed house
HJ787 Celebrating the life of Archie Lee Harris, Sr. passed house
HJ788 Day of Remembrance; designating April 21, 2009, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
HJ789 Constitutional amendment; limits appropriations in fiscal year to preceding year's (1st reference). dead
HJ790 Inspector general, office of; joint subcommittee study need to establish to investigate fraud, etc. dead
HJ791 Rules, and Speaker of House of Delegates, Joint Committee on; confirming appointments passed house
HJ792 Assisted Living Awareness Day; designating September 15, 2009, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
HJ793 Deep Vein Thrombosis Awareness Month; designating March 2009, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
HJ794 Celebrating the life of Jesse Baker Mills, Sr. passed house
HJ795 Celebrating the life of George Frank Harris. passed house
HJ796 Celebrating the life of Calvin Perrow Carter. passed house
HJ797 Celebrating the life of James William Burks, Jr. passed house
HJ798 Commending Eugene P. Trani. passed house
HJ799 Commending United Network for Organ Sharing. passed house
HJ800 Commending the Phoebus High School football team. passed house
HJ801 Commending Ernest Allen Talbert. passed house
HJ802 Commending Building Goodness Foundation. passed house
HJ803 Commending the Friends of Vale Schoolhouse, Inc., on the occasion of its 75th anniversary. passed house
HJ804 Commending the Virginia Association of Governmental Purchasing on its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ805 Commending the literary legacy of Edgar Allan Poe. passed house
HJ806 Commending the shipbuilders of Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding. passed house
HJ807 Commending the Old Dominion Association of Church Schools. passed house
HJ808 Celebrating the life of James Marshall Smith. passed house
HJ809 Celebrating the life of Jean Claire Smith. passed house
HJ810 Commending Sandra Moss. passed house
HJ811 Commending Laura Marshall. passed house
HJ812 Celebrating the life of Harold D. McGuire. passed house
HJ813 Celebrating the life of Melvin Brevard Alsbrooks. passed house
HJ814 Commending the Virginia Tech football team as Atlantic Coast Conference Champions. passed house
HJ815 Commemorating the life of Edgar Allan Poe on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of his birth. passed house
HJ816 Commending Commonwealth's public schools, 50th anniversary of desegregation in Virginia. passed house
HJ817 Commending Ruby Turner. passed house
HJ818 Commending the Bon Secours St. Mary's Hospital nursing team. passed house
HJ819 Commending the Virginia Scenic Rivers Program. passed house
HJ820 Commending Carolyn LeCroy. passed house
HJ821 Commending Buckner Gamby. passed house
HJ822 Commending Lee Congdon. passed house
HJ823 Adolescent Well Health visit; recognizing importance thereof for health and well-being. passed house
HJ824 Celebrating the life of John Ashley Blackburn. passed house
HJ825 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Charles Wesley Gunn, Jr. passed house
HJ826 Commending the Town of Victoria on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ827 Commending Nancy Parr. passed house
HJ828 Commending William D. Henderson, Jr. passed house
HJ829 Commending Virginia Catholic Schools. passed house
HJ830 Commending T. L. Neal. passed house
HJ831 Celebrating the life of Leslie Herdegen Rohrer. passed house
HJ832 Celebrating the life of Edwin Carter Nettles, Jr. passed house
HJ833 Commending Meyera E. Oberndorf. passed house
HJ834 Commending Carol B. Motley. passed house
HJ835 Commending Carol Metz. passed house
HJ836 Commending Bishop George B. Quick. passed house
HJ837 Commending Edith Fleming. passed house
HJ838 Commending Richard Fleming. passed house
HJ839 Commending the Franklin High School football team passed house
HJ840 Commending Nicole Winter. passed house
HJ841 Commending Joe Cotter. passed house
HJ842 Commending Voices for Virginia's Children on the occasion of its 15th anniversary. passed house
HJ843 Commending the Virginia Council for Private Education on the occasion of its 35th anniversary. passed house
HJ844 Commending Macedonia Baptist Church on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ845 Commending Beth El Hebrew Congregation on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed house
HJ846 Commending St. Joseph's Villa. passed house
HJ847 Commending Timothy J. Gette. passed house
HJ848 Celebrating the life of Chester Louis Rodio. passed house
HJ849 Commending Recharta C. Walston. passed house
HJ850 Commending William L. Sterrett. passed house
HJ851 Commending Holy Trinity School on the occasion of its 85th anniversary. passed house
HJ852 Commending W. Randy Wright. passed house
HJ853 Celebrating the life of William B. Hurd. passed house
HJ854 Celebrating the life of Ethel Mary Beun. passed house
HJ855 Celebrating the life of Colonel Gerald Kenneth Johnson. passed house
HJ856 Celebrating the life of Zenobia Lawrence Hikes. passed house
HJ857 Celebrating the life of William E. Skelton. passed house
HJ858 Celebrating the life of Willie Saunders Watkins III. passed house
HJ859 Celebrating the life of Shelton L. Darden, Sr. passed house
HJ860 Celebrating the life of Diane H. Hicks. passed house
HJ861 Celebrating the life of Master Sergeant, USA Ret., Robert Lee Smith. passed house
HJ862 Commending the Byrd Theatre. passed house
HJ863 Commending the State Lottery Department on its 20th anniversary. passed house
HJ864 Commending Johnny Rocca. passed house
HJ865 Commending the Virginia Natural Resources Leadership Institute. passed house
HJ866 Commending Daisaku Ikeda. passed house
HJ867 Commending Lorraine Lange. passed house
HJ868 Commemorating the 400th anniversary of Bermuda. passed house
HJ869 Celebrating the life of Ronald Lee Jackson. passed house
HJ870 Celebrating the life of Jameer Khamarie Woodley. passed house
HJ871 Commending J. Roy Geiger. passed house
HJ872 Commemorating the tercentenary of the birth of Samuel Johnson. passed house
HJ873 Commending Rick Cole. passed house
HJ874 Commending Virginia Councils of the Boy Scouts of America. passed house
HJ875 Commending the Richmond Royals U18AA youth ice hockey team. passed house
HJ876 Commending the Richmond Royals Bantam A youth ice hockey team. passed house
HJ877 Commending Colonel Dionysios Anninos. passed house
HJ878 Celebrating the life of Anne Martin Wilson Rowe. passed house
HJ879 Celebrating the life of Nguyen Tu Cuong. passed house
HJ880 Celebrating the life of Jane Rowe Reynolds Murray. passed house
HJ881 Commending Lindsay Bowman. passed house
HJ882 Commending Nicole Wimmer. passed house
HJ883 Commending the Virginia Governmental Employees Association. passed house
HJ884 Commemorating the life of Charles Darwin on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of his birth. passed house
HJ885 Judges; election in Supreme Court of Virginia, Court of Appeals, circuit court, and member of SCC. passed house
HJ886 Celebrating the life of Louis J. Hausrath. passed house
HJ887 Celebrating the life of Eric J. Olsen. passed house
HJ888 Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Daniel Ryan Bennett. passed house
HJ889 Commending Bruce Smith. passed house
HJ890 Celebrating the life of Edgar Kermit Wharton. passed house
HJ891 Celebrating the life of Georgie Mae Drummond Taylor. passed house
HJ892 Celebrating the life of Thomas Vander Woude. passed house
HJ893 Sheinwald, Sir Nigel; honoring his visit and welcoming him to Capitol and General Assembly of Va. passed house
HJ894 Commending James R. Perkins. passed house
HJ895 Commending the Weyers Cave Ruritan Club. passed house
HJ896 Commending the New Hope Ruritan Club. passed house
HJ897 Commending the Mt. Sidney Ruritan Club. passed house
HJ898 Commending the Camelot Neighborhood Watch Program on the occasion of its 30th anniversary. passed house
HJ899 Commending the Raven Restaurant of Virginia Beach on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. passed house
HJ900 Commending Steinhilber's Thalia Acres Inn Restaurant on the occasion of its 70th anniversary. passed house
HJ901 Commending Paul O. Hirschbiel, Jr. passed house
HJ902 Commending Monticello and Thomas Jefferson. passed house
HJ903 Commending mental health professionals in the public schools of the Commonwealth. passed house
HJ904 Celebrating the life of Johnny Earl Morphew, Jr. passed house
HJ905 Celebrating the life of Sami Azzam Kalifa. passed house
HJ906 Celebrating the life of Richard Bryant Anthony, Sr. passed house
HJ907 Celebrating the life of Dr. Ota Treville Graham, Jr. passed house
HJ908 Celebrating the life of Barbara Dovel Daniel. passed house
HJ909 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant General, USA Ret., William Henry Sterling Wright. passed house
HJ910 Celebrating the accomplishments of the Virginia National Guard and Virginia Defense Force in 2008. passed house
HJ911 Commending the Richmond Lawyers Auxiliary. passed house
HJ912 Commending Audrey Harris. passed house
HJ913 Commending three hospitals in the Commonwealth. passed house
HJ914 Commending Tuckahoe Elementary School. passed house
HJ915 Commending the School of the Performing Arts in the Richmond Community. passed house
HJ916 Commending the Reverend Dr. Edward Daniel McCreary, Jr. passed house
HJ917 Commending Annie Hughes. passed house
HJ918 Commending Reba S. McClanan. passed house
HJ919 Commending the Herndon Chamber of Commerce on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ920 Commending the Frank W. Cox High School girls' field hockey team. passed house
HJ921 Commending Saint Bridget Catholic Church on the occasion of its 60th anniversary. passed house
HJ922 Commending Kathy Budner. passed house
HJ923 Commending the Virginia National Guard's 3rd Battalion, 116th Brigade Combat Team. passed house
HJ924 Celebrating the life of George S. Hughes. passed house
HJ925 Celebrating the life of Jerome Joseph Mastal. passed house
HJ926 Celebrating the life of Albert J. Boudreau. passed house
HJ927 Celebrating the life of Delilah Mangum. passed house
HJ928 Celebrating the life of Shirley Louise LaPrade. passed house
HJ929 Celebrating the life of Klell Bayne Napps. passed house
HJ930 Celebrating the life of J. Irving Baines. passed house
HJ931 Commending the Remote Area Medical Volunteer Corps on the occasion of its 10th anniversary. passed house
HJ932 Commending the Virginia Economic Bridge on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. passed house
HJ933 Commending Maud Robinson. passed house
HJ934 Commending the Iron Titans Motorcycle Club, Inc. passed house
HJ935 Commending Ralph South. passed house
HJ936 Commending Daniel R. Waters. passed house
HJ937 Commending William H. Fuller III. passed house
HJ938 Commending Frank R. Campbell. passed house
HJ939 Commending Pamela D. Murray. passed house
HJ940 Commending Canon Virginia, Inc. passed house
HJ941 Commending Robert H. Cooley, Jr. passed house
HJ942 Commending Lynnhaven River NOW. passed house
HJ943 Commending Virginia's sheriffs on the occasion of their 375th anniversary. passed house
HJ944 Celebrating the life of Susan Frieda Kaczmarek Gregori. passed house
HJ945 Celebrating the life of John B. Patton, Jr. passed house
HJ946 Celebrating the life of Kenneth Wade Parr. passed house
HJ947 Celebrating the life of Carlton Miles Southworth. passed house
HJ948 Celebrating the life of Shirley Lee Turner Williams. passed house
HJ949 Commending Broad Run High School on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. passed house
HJ950 Commending the Broad Run High School girls' soccer team. passed house
HJ951 Commending the Stone Bridge High School cheerleading team. passed house
HJ952 Commending the Broad Run High School football team. passed house
HJ953 Commending John Brewer. passed house
HJ954 Commending the Honorable A. Lee McGratty. passed house
HJ955 Commending Virginia Crime Stoppers Association, Inc. passed house
HJ956 Commending Victoria Masonic Lodge No. 304 on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ957 Commending Horace E. Meyers. passed house
HJ958 Commending the St. Christopher's School wrestling team. passed house
HJ959 Commending St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ960 Commending Lee's Friends on the occasion of its 30th anniversary. passed house
HJ961 Commending Dr. Richard N. Baylor. passed house
HJ962 Commemorating the life of Zachary Taylor on the 225th anniversary of his birth. passed house
HJ963 Commending John Schied. passed house
HJ964 Commending Ann Davis. passed house
HJ965 Commending Bill and Jeri Noel Jackson. passed house
HJ966 Commending Becky Crouch. passed house
HJ967 Commending Donald Mason. passed house
HJ968 Commending Team Fairfax. passed house
HJ969 Commending the Honorable Jean Harrison Clements. passed house
HJ970 Commending the Town of Timberville on the occasion of its 125th anniversary. passed house
HJ971 Commending the Virginia State Bar Young Lawyers Conference. passed house
HJ972 Commending the Virginia Institute of Forensic Science and Medicine. passed house
HJ973 Commending Sarah Lichtel. passed house
HJ974 Commending Robert S. Bowers, Jr. passed house
HJ975 Commending the Bradley Free Clinic on the occasion of its 35th anniversary. passed house
HJ976 Commending Nicole Guggenheim Yancey. passed house
HJ977 Commending Gabby Gatten. passed house
HJ978 Celebrating the life of Carroll E. Harris. passed house
HJ979 Celebrating the life of Anita G. Brown. passed house
HJ980 Celebrating the life of Willie Steven Alston. passed house
HJ981 Celebrating the life of Stuart I. Shotwell. passed house
HJ982 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel, USAF Ret., Joseph Nathan Bell. passed house
HJ983 Celebrating the life of Nancy Bradford McCord. passed house
HJ984 Commending Trooper Kurt J. Johnson. passed house
HJ985 Commending Walter Alexander Sheffield. passed house
HJ986 Commending Allen Bell and Chris Bell. passed house
HJ987 Commending First Lieutenant Joe Louis Hairston. passed house
HJ988 Commending Macon F. Brock. passed house
HJ989 Commending Escuela Bolivia, Inc. on the occasion of its 10th anniversary. passed house
HJ990 Commending Saint Mary of Sorrows Church on the occasion of its 150th anniversary passed house
HJ991 Commending Evelyn Chaychuk Kowalchuk. passed house
HJ992 Commending the Lynchburg Life Saving and First Aid Crew, Inc., on its 75th anniversary. passed house
HJ993 Commending the George Pearis Cemetery Committee. passed house
HJ994 Commending Equality Virginia on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. passed house
HJ995 Celebrating the life of Clay T. Whitehead. passed house
HJ996 Celebrating the life of William Edward Lavery. passed house
HJ997 Celebrating the life of Barbara Moxley Spencer. passed house
HJ998 Commemorating the life and accomplishments of Nathaniel B. Early, Jr. passed house
HJ999 Commending St. Peter's Catholic Church on the occasion of its 175th anniversary. passed house
HJ1000 Commending Lee-Davis High School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ1001 Commending the James River Advisory Council. passed house
HJ1002 Commending Michael Hershman. passed house
HJ1003 Commending the Potomac School forensics team. passed house
HJ1004 Commending Leland D. Melvin. passed house
HJ1005 Commending the Reston Chapter of the Links, Inc. passed house
HJ1006 Commending the Reston Triathlon. passed house
HJ1007 Commending David Eisenman. passed house
HJ1008 Commending Charles Wight. passed house
HJ1009 Commending Robert E. Simon. passed house
HJ1010 Commending DuPont Community Credit Union on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ1011 Commending Thomas E. Keiser, Jr. passed house
HJ1012 Commending David Dickinson. passed house
HJ1013 Commending Laura Lee Hostetter. passed house
HJ1014 Commending Vann E. Staton. passed house
HJ1015 Commending the Honorable John W. Knapp, Sr. passed house
HJ1016 Commending Roberta B. Lyle. passed house
HJ1017 Commending James Todd Jones. passed house
HJ1018 Commending John C. Walker. passed house
HJ1019 Commending the Amherst Life Saving & First Aid Crew, Inc. passed house
HJ1020 Commending the Phenix Volunteer Fire Department. passed house
HJ1021 Commending Upward Basketball. passed house
HJ1022 Commending Herndon-Reston FISH, Inc. passed house
HJ1023 Commending the Reverend Robert A. Brownell. passed house
HJ1024 Commending Dovie Ferrell. passed house
HJ1025 Commending Averett University on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed house
HJ1026 Commending James E. Dooley. passed house
HJ1027 Commending the American National Bank and Trust Company. passed house
HJ1028 Commending the Vietnamese-American Voters Association, Inc. passed house
HJ1029 Commending Gerry Connolly. passed house
HJ1030 Commending Ed Strait. passed house
HJ1031 Celebrating the life of Pamela Hall Staats. passed house
HJ1032 Celebrating the life of Frances Ellen Daly. passed house
HJ1033 Celebrating the life of Samuel Clifford Crutchfield. passed house
HJ1034 Celebrating the life of Flora M. Crater. passed house
HJ1035 Celebrating the life of Sue Edmondson Wilder. passed house
HJ1036 Celebrating the life of Martha Chewning Carter. passed house
HJ1037 Celebrating the life of Ollie J. Amon, Jr. passed house
HJ1038 Celebrating the life of Peggy Brown Byrd. passed house
HJ1039 Celebrating the life of Levi E. Willis, Sr. passed house
HJ1040 Commending David Payne. passed house
HJ1041 Commending the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America and the National Scout Jamboree. passed house
HJ1042 Retirement System; confirming appointment by Joint Rules Committee for member to Board of Trustees. passed house
HJ1043 Judicial and elective officers; extends deadline to fill certain vacancies. passed house
HJ1044 Commending the Town of Shenandoah on the occasion of its 125th anniversary. passed house
HJ1045 General Assembly; nomination for election of Attorney General. passed house
HJ1046 Celebrating the life of Dick Price. passed house
HJ1047 Commending the Glenvar High School wrestling team. passed house
HJ1048 Judges; election in circuit, general district, juvenile & dom. relations courts & members of JIRC. passed house
HJ1049 General Assembly; adjournment sine die. passed house
HJ5001 Notifying the Governor of Organization. passed house
HJ5002 Video conferencing, two-way; Crime Commission to study feasibility of use in criminal trial, etc. dead
HJ5003 General Assembly; limitation of legislation for 2009 Special Session I. passed house
HJ5004 General Assembly; adjournment sine die. 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
HR38 Security & Prosperity Partnership of North America; Congress urged to withdraw U.S. therefrom. dead
HR39 ROTC program; higher educational institutions encouraged to support by providing academic credit. passed house
HR40 House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed house
HR41 Adolescent well health visit; recognizing importance thereof for health and well-being. stricken
HR42 House of Delegates; amends and readopts Rules 18(a) and 18(c). introduced
HR43 House of Delegates; amends and readopts Rules 18(a) and 18(c). introduced
HR44 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed house
HR45 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed house
HR46 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR47 Auditor of Public Accounts; nomination for election. passed house
HR48 House Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming nomination. passed house
HR49 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed house
HR50 Judges; nominations for election to Court of Appeals of Virginia. passed house
HR51 Judge; nomination for election to circuit court. passed house
HR52 State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed house
HR53 Commemorating the 30th anniversary of the enactment of the Underground Utility Damage Prev. Act. passed house
HR54 Commending Ward R. Scull III. passed house
HR55 Commending Paul Garman. passed house
HR56 Commending Lieutenant General James Judson Lovelace. passed house
HR57 Commending the USO of Hampton Roads on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed house
HR58 Attorney General; nomination of person for election. passed house
HR59 Celebrating the life of Mary Austin Campbell Hughes. passed house
HR60 Celebrating the life of Ida M. James. passed house
HR61 State sovereignty; urging Congress to honor under tenth amendment of U. S. Constitution. in committee
HR62 Commending Kent Masonic Lodge No. 305 on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HR63 Commending the Family Foundation of Virginia. passed house
HR64 Celebrating the life of Kristin Safran. passed house
HR65 Commending the First National Bank of Altavista. passed house
HR66 Commending Central Elementary School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HR67 Commending Colonel Tim Golden. passed house
HR68 Commending Ron Smith. passed house
HR69 Commending the Vietnamese Boat People. passed house
HR70 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed house
HR71 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed house
HR72 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR73 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nominations for election of members. passed house
HR501 House of Delegates; salaries, contingent, and incidental expenses. passed house
HR502 Interstate rest areas; Transportation Board to take steps to reopen those closed in July 2009. dead
HR503 Interstate rest areas; Department of Transportation requested to reopen those closed in July 2009. dead
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
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SB2 Retail Sales and Use Tax; eliminates exemption for certain fuels. dead
SB12 Service of process; cost of return. dead
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
SB36 Child support; administrative fees. dead
SB39 Traffic accident reports; increases amount of damage threshold to be reported by law enforcement. signed by governor
SB65 Community criminal justice boards; membership. dead
SB70 Sample ballots; Board of Elections shall assign different color to each political party. dead
SB89 Retail Sales and Use Tax; custom structural metal fabrication in an economically distressed area. dead
SB115 Traffic lights; creates Class 1 misdemeanor for running red light. dead
SB120 Blacksburg, Town of; authority to bring civil action for failure to provide adequate crowd control. dead
SB122 Rail Transportation Development Authority; created. dead
SB138 Prisoners; medical and psychiatric benefits. dead
SB147 Retail Sales and Use Tax; absorption and payment by seller. dead
SB157 Mortgage lenders and brokers; duties to borrowers. dead
SB162 Vacant building registration; enhances penalties for failure to register. dead
SB163 Derelict structures; locality authorized to impose fee on record owner. dead
SB166 Trees; replacement during development process in certain localities. dead
SB172 Horses; regulates sales thereof for showing or racing by dealers. 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
SB185 Impact fees; grants authority to high-growth localities. dead
SB223 Wages and salaries; employer to pay by credit to prepaid debit card or card account. dead
SB224 Driver's license and registration; failure to carry. dead
SB233 Transportation Plan; include quantifiable measures & achievable goals for greenhouse gas emission. dead
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
SB264 Fire insurance; prohibits insurer from refusing to issue policy for family day homes. dead
SB274 Involuntary commitment order; detainee may petition court to transfer to outpatient treatment. dead
SB275 Inmates; emergency psychiatric treatment. dead
SB294 ABC Board; grounds for when may revoke or suspend license. dead
SB299 Real estate taxes; classifies affordable rental housing. dead
SB305 Health insurance; credits for certain retired public officers and employees. dead
SB308 Forester, State; right of entry to inspect any forest lands. dead
SB310 Restricted driver's license; court to provide during period of suspension. dead
SB316 Sickness and Disability Program; open-enrollment period. dead
SB318 Wind Underwriting Association; established. dead
SB323 Alcoholic mixed beverages; restaurant licensee food sale requirement. dead
SB324 Utility Facilities Act; renewable energy facilities. dead
SB342 Toll facilities, state; purchaser thereof that is non-State entity to agree to open meetings. dead
SB351 Grand larceny; threshold amount. dead
SB354 Medical examiner's investigation; examination of body. dead
SB361 Stream mitigation banks; Henrico County to establish and operate. dead
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
SB366 Alcoholic beverage control; creates new nonresident winery distributor license. dead
SB369 Indigent defendants; right to ex parte hearing for appointment of experts in capital cases. dead
SB372 Sex offender registry; placement of certain juveniles required. dead
SB373 Invasive plants; nurseries to label all species of plants. dead
SB384 Firefighters and emergency rescue personnel; capital murder thereof, penalty. dead
SB387 Guardian ad litem; mandatory reporting of child abuse or neglect, exception. dead
SB394 Parental rights; appeal when terminated. dead
SB400 Deputy sheriffs; certain retired under disability retirement. dead
SB402 Law Officers' Retirement System; supplemental allowance paid until Social Security retirement age. dead
SB407 Tractor-trailer combinations; local ordinances prohibiting use of certain highways. dead
SB408 Literary Fund; distributions. dead
SB412 Fire Programs Fund; increases rate of assessment. dead
SB417 Sickness and Disability Program; open-enrollment period. dead
SB421 Bland County; State to convey an easement across certain property therein along Route 665. dead
SB429 Opiate addiction treatment providers; daily service fee. dead
SB440 Inmates; emergency psychiatric treatment. dead
SB445 Motor fuels tax; funding for transportation-related alternatives. dead
SB449 Public-Private Transportation Act; competitive bidding. dead
SB454 Residential Property Disclosure Act; disclosure of stormwater detention facilities. dead
SB458 Rental inspection districts; removes certain language that expressly rejects construction thereof. dead
SB470 Natural resources; provides annual funding therefor. dead
SB471 Short-term real property rental businesses; taxations applied. dead
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
SB492 Vital Records, Office of, et al.; development of alternative verification system. dead
SB519 Zoning appeals, board of; petitioner to be awarded reasonable attorney fees and court costs. 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
SB535 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; prohibited conduct for certain officers, etc. dead
SB543 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for non-profit schools licensed by Department of Education. dead
SB546 Correctional facilities, local; City of Danville & Pittsylvania County to enter into jail project. dead
SB551 Recordation tax; changes basis of calculation on transfer of real estate. dead
SB555 Auditor of Public Accounts; auditing services. dead
SB558 Vehicle weight limit statutes; enforcement by local law-enforcement agencies. dead
SB571 Telephone service; alternatives to regulation. dead
SB583 Unclaimed property; reduces holding period for abandonment for banks & financial organizations. dead
SB585 Planning and Budget, Director of Department; required to have searchable budget database website. dead
SB589 Jail construction, local; State will reimburse up to one-half of capital costs. dead
SB601 Alcoholic beverages; changes penalty for underage possession. dead
SB619 Retirement System; average final compensation retirement multiplier. dead
SB638 Protective orders; notification of service. dead
SB641 Land preservation tax credit; conveyance for public parks, recreational areas, or trails. dead
SB645 Health insurance; mandated coverage for prosthetic devices and components. dead
SB650 Waste motor oil equipment; repeals provision that provides tax credit for purchase price paid. dead
SB656 Annexation; extends to 2018 temporary restriction on city authority on granting of city charters. dead
SB661 Virginia Housing Trust Fund; creates dedicated source of funding via percentage of recordation tax. dead
SB667 Motion picture production companies; expands tax incentives. dead
SB672 Nursing facility beds; Health Commissioner to issue Request for Applications in Planning District 9. dead
SB674 Health insurance credits; all retired employees of local school divisions to receive. dead
SB676 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; abolishes Authority, taxes, etc., dedicated to operation. dead
SB685 Voting equipment; acquisition and securing by localities. dead
SB692 Insurance agents; revises definition of limited burial insurance authorities. dead
SB703 Motion Picture Incentive Performance Grant Fund; created. dead
SB705 William and Mary, College of; management agreement with State. dead
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
SB716 Asbestos, Lead, & Home Inspectors, Board for; home inspection include evaluation of heating systems. dead
SB719 Railroad corporations; prohibits foreign control without approval of State Corporation Commission. dead
SB723 Driver's license, provisional; primary offense. dead
SB725 Grounds for divorce; minor children. dead
SB736 State song; designates 'Cradle of Liberty'. dead
SB737 School Construction Revolving Fund; created, report. dead
SB738 Adult abuse; financial institution employees to report suspected financial abuse of elder persons. dead
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
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
SB763 Changeable electronic variable message signs; imposes a moratorium on erection of advertisements. dead
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
SB771 Extradition; sheriff/police chief of locality may hire private entity to perform on behalf of State. dead
SB777 Sewage systems; counties and towns may approve. dead
SB779 Real estate taxes; assessments, bills, and deferral by localities. dead
SB780 School Construction Revolving Fund; created, report. dead
SB783 Tax rates; locality to fix at least 30 days prior to approval of budget for ensuing year. dead
SB789 Real estate assessments; burden of proof on appeal. dead
SB796 Polling places; provides for extension of polling hours in emergency situations. dead
SB801 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: CHOOSE LIFE. dead
SB802 Holland-Councill Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 58 bridge over Blackwater River. signed by governor
SB803 Motorcycles, off-road; prohibits operation thereof on highways. dead
SB804 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Virginia Kids Eat Free program. stricken
SB805 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of National Ovarian Cancer Coalition. stricken
SB806 Nonresident decedents' personal property in State; transferor thereof may comply with law of state. signed by governor
SB807 Mobile camps; establishes standards for rooms at terminals, etc. provided by a railroad company. dead
SB808 Foreign service officers of U.S.; provides certain requirements in suits for divorce and annulment. signed by governor
SB809 License plates, special; members and supporters of International Association of Fire Fighters. stricken
SB810 Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee in person without providing an excuse, etc. dead
SB811 Elevator mechanics, certified; Board for Contractors shall extend time for compliance for certain. signed by governor
SB812 Warrants, local; authorizes local governments to publish information relating thereto. dead
SB813 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include fabrication of animal meat. incorporated
SB814 Retirement System; changes formula for purchase of service by school division superintendents. dead
SB815 Intestate succession; if parent willfully deserts child, no person may inherit from child's estate. dead
SB816 Fire marshals; increased to a Class 6 felony for assault and battery thereof. dead
SB817 License plates, special; issuance to members and supporters of various organizations. signed by governor
SB818 Opiate addiction treatment providers; daily service fee. stricken
SB819 Early voting; qualified registered voter may vote in person from 15 to eight days before election. dead
SB820 Motorboats; authorizes county, city, or town to impose registration fee on certain. dead
SB821 Workers' compensation; presumption that injury arises out of employment. dead
SB822 Autopsy reports; release to mental health facilities. stricken
SB823 Transportation of person under emergency custody, etc.; allowed to be transported by family member. signed by governor
SB824 Presidential elections; enters compact Agreement Among States to Elect Pres. by Nat'l Popular Vote. dead
SB825 Involuntary commitment hearing; certain requirement for 3rd yr. law student to represent petitioner. in subcommittee
SB826 Federal write-in absentee ballots; witness requirement. incorporated
SB827 Family life education; adds benefits, etc., of marriage for men, etc., to list of topics covered. signed by governor
SB828 License plates, special; issuance to members & supporters of Friends of Blue Ridge Parkway, Inc. incorporated
SB829 Registered voters; registration residence requirements for person attending accredited institution. dead
SB830 Advertising; allows local governing bodies to remove certain. dead
SB831 Zoning ordinances; restrictions on ABC licenses in City of Portsmouth. dead
SB832 Firearms; possessing or carrying dangerous weapon in public buildings during official meetings. dead
SB833 Notaries public; electronic notarization to be developed by Secretary of Commonwealth, etc. signed by governor
SB834 Public Procurement Act; procurement of architectural & professional engineering service for project. signed by governor
SB835 Va. Alcohol Safety Action Program (VASAP); increase of fee for person entering program. in subcommittee
SB836 Toll Facilities Revolving Account; balance remaining on any loan issued to political subdivision. stricken
SB837 State Law Library; authorized users. signed by governor
SB838 Land preservation tax credit; conveyance for public parks or public recreational facilities. dead
SB839 Protective order; notification of service by local police department, sheriff's office, etc. dead
SB840 Outpatient treatment; allows court to order mandatory treatment following involuntary admission. dead
SB841 REAL ID Act and citizens' privacy; prohibits DMV, etc., from using any type of computer chip, etc. stricken
SB842 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions from foreign nationals. in subcommittee
SB843 Medical malpractice limit; raises total amount recoverable in certain. in subcommittee
SB844 Fines and costs; waiver of payment of interest while defendant was incarcerated. dead
SB845 Livable home tax credit; increase limit on or after January 1, 2010. signed by governor
SB846 License plates, special; issuance to members of International Association of Fire Fighters. stricken
SB847 Emergency vehicles proceeding past red lights; when proceeding past moving traffic shall stop, etc. dead
SB848 Elections; clarifications and revisions to registration and election processes. signed by governor
SB849 Vacant building registration; Towns of Blacksburg and Vienna may require owner to register. dead
SB850 Budget Bill. passed senate
SB851 Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2009; created. signed by governor
SB852 Parking Facilities Bond Act of 2009; created. signed by governor
SB853 Carbon monoxide detectors; Board of Housing & Community Development to establish requirements. dead
SB854 Mental health courts; Office of Ex. Secretary of Supreme Court to establish for nonviolent offender. dead
SB855 Uniform Power of Attorney Act; created. enacted
SB856 Judges; increases mandatory retirement age. dead
SB857 Charter; Town of Blacksburg. enacted
SB858 Transient occupancy tax; Giles County may impose at rate not to exceed 5% to promote tourism. signed by governor
SB859 Divorce; equitable distribution. dead
SB860 Income tax credit, earned; employers to provide notice to employees that may be eligible. signed by governor
SB861 Children's Ombudsman, Office of; created, report. dead
SB862 License plates, special; issuance to members and supporters of Friends of Blue Ridge Parkway, Inc. incorporated
SB863 TransDominion Express Commission; created. dead
SB864 Rail Transportation Development Authority; created. dead
SB865 Coal combustion by-products; use, reuse, or reclamation in a flood plain. signed by governor
SB866 Community College Scholarship Match Program; created. incorporated
SB867 Elections; creates exceptions to prohibited activities at polls. dead
SB868 Retail Sales & Use Tax; expands definition of public facility for purpose of using certain revenues. signed by governor
SB869 Charter; City of Fredericksburg. signed by governor
SB870 Indoor Clean Air Act; allows localities to exceed requirements that regulate smoking. incorporated
SB871 Health, Department of; relieves Department of its responsibility of certain reports. signed by governor
SB872 TANF; eligibility for food stamps when convicted of drug-related felonies. dead
SB873 Plastic bags; bans use by retailers at point of sale unless designed & manufactured for reuse. dead
SB874 Mobile telephone and other wireless electronic devices; use of hands-free accessory while driving. dead
SB875 Jury costs; plaintiff who requests trial in civil case shall be assessed. in subcommittee
SB876 Voter identification provisions; revises in-person and absentee voting procedures. incorporated
SB877 Law-enforcement officers, retired; meets training and qualification standards to carry weapon. enacted
SB878 Massage Therapy, Advisory Board on; created. signed by governor
SB879 Uninsured motorist insurance; authorizes insurer to assume control of defense of a certain action. stricken
SB880 Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; disclosure of official records, exceptions. dead
SB881 Grass; adds Stafford County to counties authorized to require property owners to cut. signed by governor
SB882 Parking; regulation thereof of watercraft, boat trailers, etc., in certain counties. signed by governor
SB883 Charter; Town of Warsaw. enacted
SB884 Banking institutions; reclassification or conversion of shares of stock. signed by governor
SB885 Drug-related personal injury actions; extends two-year statute of limitations. in subcommittee
SB886 Elevator mechanics; Board of Contractors to delegate certification in event of emergency. signed by governor
SB887 Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians Procedural Guarantee Act; conduct of interrogations. dead
SB888 Deed of trust; assignment of penalty for failure to release. signed by governor
SB889 Ignition interlock; operation of motor vehicle without, penalty. signed by governor
SB890 Motor vehicles; collection of court costs. signed by governor
SB891 Communications sales and use tax; distributions to Bath County and Town of Clifton. signed by governor
SB892 Information technology projects; Governor to include a biennial appropriation therefor. signed by governor
SB893 Submission of executive budget; personnel costs for state agencies. signed by governor
SB894 Biennial appropriation act; State's appropriations shall start on July 1 of odd-numbered years. in committee
SB895 Governor's revenue forecasts; submission to include alternative revenue estimates. signed by governor
SB896 Duty to file lists of renters, etc.; provide name & address thereof to commissioner of revenue. signed by governor
SB897 Animal shelter and pounds; allowed to purchase, etc., certain controlled substances for euthanizing. signed by governor
SB898 Elder or dependent adult abuse; emergency services personnel to report suspected abuse, etc. signed by governor
SB899 Distribution of handbills in highway right-of-way; grants City of Falls Church, etc. to prohibit. signed by governor
SB900 Contractor performance bonds; amount for locally administered transportation improvement projects. dead
SB901 Shane Timothy Adcock Memorial Bridge; designating as Rt. 835 bridge over I-95 in Hanover County. stricken
SB902 Confidentiality of law-enforcement records; disclosures to school principal. dead
SB903 Corporate directors and officers; indemnification thereof. signed by governor
SB904 Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credits; extends sunset date to July 1, 2011. signed by governor
SB905 Power of attorney; Dept. of Taxation to provide taxpayer's representative copies of correspondence. signed by governor
SB906 Income tax, state; homebuyer tax credit. dead
SB907 Powers of personal representatives and trustees; power to donate open-space easements. signed by governor
SB908 Public service corporation; prohibits acquiring land, etc. therein subject to conservation easement. dead
SB909 Income tax, state; credit for blood donations. in committee
SB910 Automatic dialing-announcing devices; prohibits use of if making commercial telephone solicitation. signed by governor
SB911 Golf carts; allows governing body of Towns of Irvington or Saxis to authorize operation thereof. signed by governor
SB912 Interpreter; appointed for non-English-speaking defendant. in subcommittee
SB913 Forest products; removes certain requirements if participating in renewable portfolio standard prog. dead
SB914 Substance abuse screening & assessment for VIEW; person ineligible to receive TANF if using drugs. dead
SB915 Children; court to obtain & submit to Dept. of Social Services names, etc. of defendants' children. in subcommittee
SB916 Fees in civil cases; increases fee for filing in general district court and in circuit court. in subcommittee
SB917 Unemployment compensation; wage offset for concurrent job. in committee
SB918 New College Institute & Southern Virginia Higher Education Center; exempt from Personnel Act. signed by governor
SB919 Retirement System; retirees may be hired as teachers without interrupting retirement benefits. signed by governor
SB920 Health insurance; policy offered to small employer with 50 or less employees to protect uninsured. incorporated
SB921 Health insurance; eliminates all mandated benefits from inclusion in individual policies. dead
SB922 Larceny of money; to be charged as grand larceny and petit larceny statutes. signed by governor
SB923 Circuit court judges; repeals section granting mileage reimbursement therefor. signed by governor
SB924 Retail Sales and Use Tax; refund of tax paid for certain machinery or equipment. dead
SB925 Grievance procedure; permits grievant to have a witness present during all stages. dead
SB926 Bipartisan Redistricting Commission; created. dead
SB927 Death certificates; disclosure to grandchildren and great-grandchildren. signed by governor
SB928 Confidentiality of court records; person inspecting is authorized to have copies made of records. signed by governor
SB929 Charter; City of Alexandria. signed by governor
SB930 Waste Management Plan; requires Department of Environmental Quality to prepare. dead
SB931 Animal cruelty; animal control officers, etc., obligated to prevent act thereof in their presence. dead
SB932 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission; mayor of D.C. to appoint member to represent D.C. signed by governor
SB933 Mufflers on motorcycles; muffler system must be in good working order that meets federal standards. in committee
SB934 General Assembly; consideration of certain documents related to the Budget. dead
SB935 Remote access to land records; Prince William County may establish a pilot program, assessing fee. signed by governor
SB936 Auditor of Public Accounts; duties, standard vendor accounting information to include certain info. signed by governor
SB937 Vehicle license plates; provides for display of one license plate on vehicles. stricken
SB938 CRESPA; settlement agent registration; shifts duty to register settlement agents. signed by governor
SB939 Indigent defendants; right to ex parte hearing for appointment of experts in capital cases. dead
SB940 Board for Architects, Professional Engineer, Land Surveyor, etc.; licensure of landscape architects. signed by governor
SB941 SSG Jason R. Arnette (U.S.A.) Memorial Bridge; designating as Rt. 360 bridge over Goodes Bridge Rd. enacted
SB942 Charter; County of Chesterfield. dead
SB943 Line of Duty Act; amends definition of deceased person thereunder, payment to beneficiaries. dead
SB944 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts fabrication of animal meat, grains, vegetables, etc. enacted
SB945 Group life insurance; allows coverage to be extended to insure any class of persons. dead
SB946 Noncorporate entities; minimum tax is imposed on telecommunications and electric suppliers. signed by governor
SB947 State cigarette tax and tobacco products tax; increased. dead
SB948 Federal write-in absentee ballots; witness requirement. incorporated
SB949 Donor Registry and Public Awareness Fund; changes name of Transplant Council Education Fund thereto. enacted
SB950 Dogs, dangerous and vicious; any person may apply to magistrate for issuance of summons. dead
SB951 Assault & battery; penalty when committed against Metro Washington Airport Authority police officer. signed by governor
SB952 Dextromethorphan; sale of over-the-counter medicines containing thereof on school property. dead
SB953 Graduate teaching assistants; allows member in service to purchase retirement credit. dead
SB954 Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practice to sell, offer for sale, etc., recalled product. signed by governor
SB955 Charter; City of Petersburg. signed by governor
SB956 Autism Tuition Assistance Grant Program; established. in subcommittee
SB957 Rivanna Scenic River; expands to include length of waterway from South Fork Rivanna River reservoir. signed by governor
SB958 Uniform Interstate Depositions and Discovery Act; created. signed by governor
SB959 Fraudulent conveyances; attorney fees. signed by governor
SB960 Credit cards; clarifies language allowing acceptance thereof by clerks to make it clear. signed by governor
SB961 Triggerman rule; redefinition thereof, penalty. vetoed by governor
SB962 Fetal deaths; when occurs without medical attendance, mother, etc., must report within 24 hours. stricken
SB963 Elections; voter identification requirements, absentee voting eligibility and procedures. in committee
SB964 Health insurance; requires health insurer, etc., to calculate amount based on actual charge. in committee
SB965 Preventive medications for sexual assault victims; may authorize registered nurses to administer. signed by governor
SB966 Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits use of while driving except in an emergency. incorporated
SB967 Sales of equines by dealers; requires receipt accompany any sale of horse greater than $10,000. in subcommittee
SB968 Radiologist assistants; licensure. signed by governor
SB969 Unlicensed child day centers; permitted to reduce number of staff per child during rest time. signed by governor
SB970 Safety belts; makes non-use of a primary offense. incorporated
SB971 Plastic bags; requires that certain stores provide on-premises recycling, therefor. stricken
SB972 Building Code; enforcement of Property Maintenance Code by local governing body. dead
SB973 Virginia Resources Authority; loans for renewable energy. stricken
SB974 Golf carts; may cross at intersection controlled by a traffic light in Town of Colonial Beach. enacted
SB975 Subdivision roadways; conveys through quitclaim any interest of Dept. of Conservation & Recreation. signed by governor
SB976 Basic health benefit plans; requires health insurer, etc., to offer to eligible individuals. in committee
SB977 SCHEV guidelines; State Council of Higher Education to develop guidelines for curriculum adjustment. dead
SB978 Income taxes, state; recognition of income from dealer disposition of property under installment. signed by governor
SB979 Fuel fee; allows authorities to pass an ordinance to impose a fee on motor vehicle violations. dead
SB980 Manufacturing Development Commission; repeals July 1, 2009, sunset date. signed by governor
SB981 Manufacturing Development Commission; increases size to 14 members by adding a representative. signed by governor
SB982 Stormwater; requires localities to regulate. signed by governor
SB983 Alcoholic mixed beverages; exception for certain spirits that licensee cannot deliver to consumer. signed by governor
SB984 Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act; stormwater regulations. stricken
SB985 Income tax, state; conforms State tax system with Internal Revenue Code. signed by governor
SB986 Land preservation tax credit; reduces amount that may be claimed for taxable years 2009 and 2010. signed by governor
SB987 Retail Sales and Use Tax; requirements for dealer or direct permit holder discount. dead
SB988 Voting equipment; locality that acquired DREs prior to 7-1-07 may temporarily conduct election. signed by governor
SB989 Resources Authority; authorized to finance projects of local government buildings. signed by governor
SB990 Incremental investment tax credit; machinery and equipment. dead
SB991 Mortgage lending practice; borrower right of action for violation of certain prohibited practices. dead
SB992 Red or red/white warning lights; updates existing authorization for use thereof on security vehicle. signed by governor
SB993 Federal write-in absentee ballots; witness requirement. signed by governor
SB994 Campus police; allows any educational institution police officers not be governed by Personnel Act. signed by governor
SB995 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; abolished, makes several technical changes. passed committee
SB996 Payday Loan Act; repealed limiting interest at maximum annual rate of 36 percent. incorporated
SB997 Trespassing vehicle; local regulation of removal and immobilization thereof. signed by governor
SB998 Process and service fees; increases certain sheriffs' fees. dead
SB999 Gambling, illegal; revises portion of definition. dead
SB1000 Sexual abuse; history thereof considered factor in determining best interests of child for custody. signed by governor
SB1001 Economic development authority; allows City of Suffolk to increase size of board of directors. signed by governor
SB1002 Indoor Clean Air Act; localities to adopt ordinances containing standards, etc. relating to smoking. incorporated
SB1003 Public hearings; notice of and locality must hold prior to increasing its real property tax. signed by governor
SB1004 Energy-efficient buildings for local taxes; adds architects to those persons authorized to certify. signed by governor
SB1005 Holland-Councill Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 58 business bridge over Blackwater River. incorporated
SB1006 Line of Duty Act; funding for Line of Duty Death and Health Benefits Trust Fund. dead
SB1007 Garnishment; parent who does not receive child support payments may hold exempt therefrom. in subcommittee
SB1008 Board for Architects, Professional Engineer, Land Surveyor, etc.; exemptions from licensure. stricken
SB1009 Electronic communication service providers, etc.; search warrants executed upon. signed by governor
SB1010 Absentee voting; persons age 65 and older may vote absentee. dead
SB1011 Post-adoption contact and communication; authorizes & establishes procedures governing. signed by governor
SB1012 Foster care; placement of a child pursuant to agreement between parents & local board. signed by governor
SB1013 Crash prevention courses; to be delivered via Internet or other electronic means if approved by DMV. signed by governor
SB1014 Freedom of Information Act; exemption for name, address, etc., of complainants relating to zoning. incorporated
SB1015 Child support enforcement order; eliminates requirement obligor & obligee maintain marital domicile. signed by governor
SB1016 P-16 Education Council; established as an advisory council within executive branch. dead
SB1017 Roanoke Higher Education Authority; removes Ferrum College from & corrects name. signed by governor
SB1018 Hampton Roads Transportation Authority; abolished, disposition of revenues, etc. signed by governor
SB1019 Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credits; landlords participating in housing choice voucher programs. dead
SB1020 Mortgage Lender and Broker Act; broker duties and liability. signed by governor
SB1021 Retail Sales and Use Tax; revenues generated on premises of new stadium to be used to pay bonds. enacted
SB1022 Wastewater treatment plants; State Water Control Board to accept petitions relating therto. signed by governor
SB1023 Resident verification system; Dept. of Health's Office of Vital Records, etc. to develop a plan. in committee
SB1024 Open-Space Lands Preservation Trust Fund; removes requirement to have additional local coholder. signed by governor
SB1025 Transient occupancy tax; authorizes Greene County to impose. signed by governor
SB1026 Nonprofit corporation; authorizes Foundation for Natural Resources to establish. signed by governor
SB1027 Vehicle safety inspections; exemptions for certain commercial motor vehicles, trailers, etc. signed by governor
SB1028 Adult neglect; religious treatment exemption. signed by governor
SB1029 Transient occupancy tax; any county ordinance may levy on single-family residences rented out. dead
SB1030 Commonwealth Law-Enforcement Mutual Aid Agreement; established. stricken
SB1031 Real estate brokers; exempt license requirement in certain circumstances. signed by governor
SB1032 Medication aide training programs; requirements therefor . enacted
SB1033 Licensed farm wineries; restrictions on activities. signed by governor
SB1034 Law-enforcement officers; deemed consent. incorporated
SB1035 Concealed handguns; prohibited in restaurants, etc when consuming alcohol. vetoed by governor
SB1036 Rappahannock River Basin Commission; membership. signed by governor
SB1037 Tuition, in-state; denied to illegal aliens. dead
SB1038 Qualified voter; definition of residence. incorporated
SB1039 Environmental laboratory certification & inspection; Consolidated Lab. to enter into memorandum. stricken
SB1040 No Child Left Behind Act; prohibits Board of Education from complying with any provisions unfunded. dead
SB1041 Fuels taxes; annually adjusted. dead
SB1042 Transfer on Death Real Property Act; created. dead
SB1043 Roll-back taxes; locality to assess and collect for up to 15 years under value assessment program. in committee
SB1044 Insurers; SCC with discretion to prescribe method of filing annual statements. signed by governor
SB1045 Diversionary cash assistance; revises limitation on receipt of one-time assistance to one payment. signed by governor
SB1046 REAL ID Act, federal; amends provisions for obtaining driver's license. signed by governor
SB1047 Workers' Compensation; respiratory disease, etc. causing death of Port Authority police compensable. signed by governor
SB1048 Temporary vehicle registrations and overload and overweight permits; revises fees. dead
SB1049 Grant program; modifies eligibility of certain foster care and special needs adoption students. signed by governor
SB1050 Natural Resources Commitment Fund; Dept. of Conservation, etc., to provide annual funding needed. signed by governor
SB1051 Mental health; admission of incapacitated person to a facility by an agent or guardian. incorporated
SB1052 Affordable housing assessments; determination of fair market value of affordable rental housing. signed by governor
SB1053 Government facilities; local government may by ordinance, make unlawful to possess dangerous weapon. dead
SB1054 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Washington Capitals hockey team. incorporated
SB1055 Housing Trust Fund; dedicating revenues to provide affordable housing. dead
SB1056 Retirement System; retirees hired as nurses without interrupting their benefits. dead
SB1057 Smoke Free Air Act; smoking in public places, civil penalties. incorporated
SB1058 Green roofs; authorizes counties, cities, and towns, by ordinance, to grant incentives, etc. signed by governor
SB1059 Child support orders; revises requirements for court and administrative. signed by governor
SB1060 Health Care, Joint Commission on; shall expire on July 1, 2012. signed by governor
SB1061 House location survey; shall be recorded in deed book of clerk's office of county, etc., where lies. in subcommittee
SB1062 Community Integration Advisory Commission; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
SB1063 Virginia Board for People with Disabilities; report. signed by governor
SB1064 Comprehensive plan; local planning commission to post plan being considered on their website. signed by governor
SB1065 Wind energy drying devices; no community association shall prohibit an owner from installing, etc. passed committee
SB1066 Trains; fine for boarding or riding with fraudulent or counterfeit ticket, etc. signed by governor
SB1067 Governments, local; adoption of ordinances prohibiting delivery of unsolicited newspapers. dead
SB1068 Virginia Child Protection Accountability System; established. stricken
SB1069 Fire marshals and assistant fire marshals; capital murder thereof. vetoed by governor
SB1070 Absentee voting; firefighters and other first responders are entitled thereto. signed by governor
SB1071 Charter; City of Colonial Heights. signed by governor
SB1072 Prayer at public events; governmental agency shall have no authority to regulate religious content. passed committee
SB1073 Sheriff department; performance of law-enforcement service requires no pre-notification to Division. signed by governor
SB1074 BPOL tax; allows towns to levy on any person, firm, etc., in business of renting real property. dead
SB1075 Optometrists; those licensed may sell contact lenses & allowed to dispense ophthalmic devices. signed by governor
SB1076 Right to notify; consumer in mental health facility to have person of choice notified of condition. signed by governor
SB1077 Notification of family member in commitment process; disclosure of certain information of patient. signed by governor
SB1078 Special justices; expenses when presiding over certain hearings. signed by governor
SB1079 Emergency custody; authority of law-enforcement officer. signed by governor
SB1080 Involuntary commitment hearing; upon request, district court judge, etc. may restrict attendance. dead
SB1081 Special justices; appointment, duties. signed by governor
SB1082 Voluntary and involuntary commitment; Executive Secretary of Supreme Court to prepare petitions. signed by governor
SB1083 Mental health law; amends statutes to address issues resulting from overhaul thereof. enacted
SB1084 Driver's license; requires minors to show completion of a 90-minute driver safety course. stricken
SB1085 Durable Do Not Resuscitate Orders; revocation. signed by governor
SB1086 Harvester's license, commercial; increases fee for nonresidents for those fishing in tidal waters. stricken
SB1087 Marine Resources Commission; membership. dead
SB1088 Jail projects; requires Newport News to file its community-based corrections plan on Nov. 1, 2009. stricken
SB1089 Investment Performance Grants; raises per project amount thereof. signed by governor
SB1090 Annual and biennial reports; requires agencies, institutions, etc., to report to Governor, etc. signed by governor
SB1091 Elections; removes curbside voting for persons age 65 and older, are entitled to vote absentee. stricken
SB1092 Charitable food donations and distributions; civil immunity. in subcommittee
SB1093 Mutual aid agreement; institution of higher learning having police force appointed to enter therein. signed by governor
SB1094 Derelict buildings and structures; locality authorized to require removal, repair, etc., thereof. signed by governor
SB1095 Land development plans; adds Town of Leesburg to localities that may develop procedure for review. signed by governor
SB1096 Design-Build Construction Management Review Board; authorized to make a one-time determination. signed by governor
SB1097 Income tax, state; tax credit to employers for expenses incurred in allowing employees to telework. dead
SB1098 Income tax, state; tax credit to employers for employees who enter into flextime agreements. dead
SB1099 Incapacitated adults; financial exploitation thereof, penalty. dead
SB1100 Uniform Commercial Code; financing statements. signed by governor
SB1101 Racing Commission; authorizes wagering on historical horse racing. stricken
SB1102 Campaign finance disclosure; where and how to file candidate reports. dead
SB1103 Campaign finance disclosure; where and how to file candidate reports. dead
SB1104 Income tax, state; temporary protective enclosures for oysters tax credit. dead
SB1105 Indoor Clean Air Act; prohibits smoking in certain public buildings, restaurants, etc., exceptions. signed by governor
SB1106 Smoking in cars; unlawful for a person thereto when minor is present, civil penalty. dead
SB1107 Exposure to communicable diseases; first responders. signed by governor
SB1108 License plates, special; issuance to those bearing logotype Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS). incorporated
SB1109 Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Commission; extends sunset until July 1, 2014, etc. signed by governor
SB1110 Town of Nassawadox; charter. signed by governor
SB1111 Crab season; Marine Resources Commission to establish periods of time when crabs caught for resale. signed by governor
SB1112 Tobacco Settlement Foundation; changes name to Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth. signed by governor
SB1113 Governments, local; adoption of ordinances prohibiting delivery of unsolicited newspapers. incorporated
SB1114 Stormwater management; emerging technology. signed by governor
SB1115 Land Conservation Fund; public access parkland. dead
SB1116 Health insurance; mandated coverage for prosthetic devices and components. enacted
SB1117 Mental Health, Mental Retardation & Substance Abuse Services, Department of; name change. enacted
SB1118 Community College Scholarship Match Program; created. dead
SB1119 Economic development; incentive financing for major employment and investment projects, report. signed by governor
SB1120 Tax Amnesty Program; State Tax Commissioner to operate program during 2009-2010 fiscal year. signed by governor
SB1121 Charitable Gaming, Division of; conduct of fifty-fifty certain raffles. dead
SB1122 Psychiatric Inpatient Treatment of Minors Act; mandatory outpatient treatment; etc. signed by governor
SB1123 Admissions tax; adds Greensville County to list of those that may impose at events. dead
SB1124 Income tax, state; tax credit for electricity that is produced using solar photovoltaic technology. dead
SB1125 Income tax, state; green jobs tax credit. dead
SB1126 Electric energy consumption; revises State's stated goal to reduce. dead
SB1127 State energy efficiency program; require Division of Purchase and Supply to ensure 20% sustainable. dead
SB1128 Wells; issuance of an express geothermal permit for construction therof. signed by governor
SB1129 Warrants, local; local governments to publish information relating thereto. dead
SB1130 Regional Criminal Justice Academy Training Fund; limits fee that locality may charge to support. dead
SB1131 Notice for setting local real property tax rate; public notice required for increasing rate. dead
SB1132 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include fabrication of animal meat. incorporated
SB1133 Estate tax; reinstates federal credit amount State would receive payments from estates. dead
SB1134 Electronic summons system; localities to assess an additional fee as part of costs. dead
SB1135 Parole Board; ensure each person eligible for parole receives a timely and thorough review. dead
SB1136 Grand larceny; threshold amount. dead
SB1137 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; adds Cities of Alexandria, etc., to use % of revenues. signed by governor
SB1138 Parking on public highways; allows counties and towns, by ordinance, to regulate. dead
SB1139 Uniform Statewide Building Code; rental occupancy permits. stricken
SB1140 General Services, Department of; clarifies authority for management of real estate assets. signed by governor
SB1141 Income tax, state; renewable energy property tax credit. dead
SB1142 Advance medical directives; revises Health Care Decisions Act to clarify process. signed by governor
SB1143 Common Interest Community Board; clarifies powers and duties, technical changes. signed by governor
SB1144 Every Woman's Life Breast and Cervical Cancer Fund; established. signed by governor
SB1145 Greenhouse gas emissions; State Air Pollution Control Board to adopt regulation requiring reporting. dead
SB1146 Biodiesel & green diesel; requires state public bodies to procure only diesel fuel containing 2%. dead
SB1147 Income tax, corporate; real estate investment trusts. signed by governor
SB1148 Income tax, state; livable home tax credit. incorporated
SB1149 Juvenile law; makes changes in code pertaining to juveniles and juvenile court provisions. signed by governor
SB1150 Emergency response plans; ensuring victims' rights. signed by governor
SB1151 Companion animals; owner reclaiming dog or cat from pound to have animal spayed or neutered. dead
SB1152 Infectious disease; eliminates requirement that law-enforcement officer give notice. incorporated
SB1153 Public-Private Education Facilities & Infrastructure Act of 2002; definitions, review, report. signed by governor
SB1154 Copies of medical bills and charges; no cost to patient up to three times every twelve months. signed by governor
SB1155 Absentee voting; electoral board shall make printed ballots available. signed by governor
SB1156 Higher educational institutions, certain; management agreements with State. signed by governor
SB1157 Recordation and grantor taxes; penalty for misrepresentation. signed by governor
SB1158 Workers' Compensation; pharmacist filling a prescription to dispense therapeutically equivalent. signed by governor
SB1159 Vehicle safety inspection; extends to 5 business days amount of time person in armed forces has. signed by governor
SB1160 Indoor Clean Air Act; prohibits smoking in all indoor restaurants and bar and lounge areas in State. incorporated
SB1161 Safety belts; makes non-use of a primary offense. dead
SB1162 Certificate of public need; plan of correction for failure to meet conditions. signed by governor
SB1163 Wireless E-911 Services Board; adds Director of Dept. of Emergency Management as a member. signed by governor
SB1164 Wireless E-911 Fund; operating expense & administrative cost of Div. of Public Safety Communication. signed by governor
SB1165 Enterprise zone economic incentive grants; eligibility therefor. signed by governor
SB1166 Firearms; increases fee paid to dealers for criminal history record information checks. dead
SB1167 Transportation surcharge; special license plates bearing reserved numbers or letters. passed committee
SB1168 DMV records; contract with Postal Service to obtain updated addresses for Department's records. passed house
SB1169 Consumer Protection Act; foreclosure rescues. signed by governor
SB1170 Mortgage Lender and Broker Act; SCC to request Attorney Gen. to investigate violations thereunder. signed by governor
SB1171 Mortgage loan originators; definition, establishes licensure and registry. signed by governor
SB1172 Mortgage Lender and Broker Act; eliminates provision that lenders, etc., are required to conduct. stricken
SB1173 Open Education Resource Center Grant Fund; established, development of two-year pilot project. signed by governor
SB1174 Patent and copyright policies; requires Secretary of Administration to establish policies regarding. enacted
SB1175 Property owned by locality; Cumberland County may levy and collect service charge. passed committee
SB1176 Transient occupancy tax; consultation with lodging industry. signed by governor
SB1177 Regional Industrial Facilities Act; expands scope of act statewide. signed by governor
SB1178 Independent cities; eliminates presumption that all are independent by deleting word in statutes. dead
SB1179 State Executive Council; increases membership and establishes term limits. signed by governor
SB1180 State Executive Council for Comprehensive Services; powers and duties. signed by governor
SB1181 Office of Comprehensive Services; report expenditures on children receiving pool-funded services. signed by governor
SB1182 Office of Comprehensive Services; report cost of services for at-risk and troubled children. incorporated
SB1183 Office of Comprehensive Services; develop coordinator job description. incorporated
SB1184 Office of Comprehensive Services; guidelines for multidisciplinary teams. incorporated
SB1185 Retail Sales and Use Tax Act; conforms State's sales and use tax laws to provisions. dead
SB1186 Biofuels Production Incentive Grant Program; producer of non-advanced neat biofuels may receive. signed by governor
SB1187 Garbage and refuse services; eliminates provision that barred localities from preventing disposal. in committee
SB1188 Elections; clarifications and revisions to registration and election processes; penalties. signed by governor
SB1189 Law libraries, local; authorized to use space at public libraries, which may include flat rate. signed by governor
SB1190 Local exchange telephone service; SCC to sustain levels of intrastate access rates. stricken
SB1191 Process and service fees; increases certain sheriffs' fees. incorporated
SB1192 Voter registration drives; must register with Board of Elections and fulfill training requirements. in committee
SB1193 Law Officers' Retirement System; reemployment after break in service not exceeding 12 months. dead
SB1194 Renewable energy projects; DEQ develop a permit by rule for construction of electrial facilities. incorporated
SB1195 Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure of information. signed by governor
SB1196 Behavioral Correction Program; created. dead
SB1197 Identity theft; relieves victim thereof of any fees for filing petition to expunge. signed by governor
SB1198 State parks; establishes a Disabled Veterans Passport for disabled persons for free entry, etc. signed by governor
SB1199 Prisoner keep; increases amount locality may charge inmate to defray costs associated therewith. enacted
SB1200 Vehicle license fees and taxes; localities to exempt veterans and surviving spouses of veterans. enacted
SB1201 Home Energy Assistance Program; report effectiveness of low-income energy assistance programs. signed by governor
SB1202 Dental hygienists; those who hold a license, etc., may provide educational and preventative care. signed by governor
SB1203 Public Procurement Act; prequalification for certain transportation contracts. signed by governor
SB1204 Royalty payments from gas or oil drilling; property owners whose interest has been force-pooled. in committee
SB1205 Officials and officers, local; retirement benefits for certain. dead
SB1206 Reciprocal agreements with other states; guilty of a Class 4 misdemeanor if not in compliance. signed by governor
SB1207 Unused Pharmaceutical Disposal Program; created. dead
SB1208 Commercial goods or services; obtaining or attempting to obtain without payment, penalty. in subcommittee
SB1209 License plates, special; Appalachian School of Law and University of Appalachia College of Pharmacy. incorporated
SB1210 Real Estate Board; waiver of broker education requirements. dead
SB1211 Invasive species; Sec. of Nat. Resources, etc., to develop a plan to prevent introduction thereof. signed by governor
SB1212 Clean Energy Financing Program; locality may authorize contracts to finance by ordinance. signed by governor
SB1213 Alcoholic beverage control; designates as agents any licensed distiller who blends alcoholic bev. signed by governor
SB1214 Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; eligibility. dead
SB1215 Clean Energy Manufacturing Incentive Grant Fund; created. dead
SB1216 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include solar photovoltaic systems, etc. purchased. dead
SB1217 Employment Dispute Resolution, Department of; powers and duties of Director. dead
SB1218 Juveniles; transmission of probation and parole reports to school superintendent. signed by governor
SB1219 Noose; hanging thereof on property of another or in public place with intent to intimidate, felony. signed by governor
SB1220 Securities Act; sale of business doctrine. in committee
SB1221 Businesses; tax credits for donations to nonprofit organizations providing educational funding. dead
SB1222 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for nonprofit entities. signed by governor
SB1223 Corrections, Department of; powers and duties of Director. signed by governor
SB1224 Littering; person to perform community service if matter illegally dumped or ejected from vehicle. dead
SB1225 Charter; Town of Fincastle. signed by governor
SB1226 School Construction Revolving Fund; created. dead
SB1227 Driver's license, provisional; makes cell phone use while driving a primary offense. dead
SB1228 Community services board; removes provision allowing employment if convicted of assault of family. dead
SB1229 Medical information; protection by adding definition of personal information. dead
SB1230 Elections; extension of polling hours in emergency declared by Governor. dead
SB1231 Income tax, state; energy-efficient equipment tax credit. dead
SB1232 HOT lane construction contracts; requirements for minimum average speed for vehicles using. dead
SB1233 Common Interest Community Board; increases filing fee for persons to register written complaints. passed committee
SB1234 Retirement System; retirees hired as school board security personnel, no interruption of benefits. dead
SB1235 Disabled prisoners; those terminally ill, etc. may petition Parole Board for conditional release. dead
SB1236 Health, Board of; adds two members. signed by governor
SB1237 Child support; amends guidelines related to provision of health insurance or health care costs. signed by governor
SB1238 Rail and Public Transportation, Department of; Director may procure architectural, etc. services. signed by governor
SB1239 Pedestrians and drivers; responsibilities thereof at marked and unmarked crosswalks. dead
SB1240 Two-Year College Transfer Grant; increases annual amount thereof. dead
SB1241 Limited liability companies; bound by its operating agreement whether or not executes. signed by governor
SB1242 Small Business Financing Authority; activities under Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995. signed by governor
SB1243 Securities Act; increases maximum civil penalty that SCC may impose for violation thereof. signed by governor
SB1244 Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002; qualifying project definition. incorporated
SB1245 Public Building Authority; financing energy performance-based contract projects. dead
SB1246 Retaliatory costs tax credit; extends carry-over period to 10 years. signed by governor
SB1247 Human Rights Act; adds sexual orientation to definition of unlawful discriminatory practice. stricken
SB1248 Electrical generation; base rates of return for certain types thereof. vetoed by governor
SB1249 Eastern Virginia Medical School; alters manner in which Board of Visitors is appointed. enacted
SB1250 Civil immunity; officers and directors of certain local civic league and community organizations. in subcommittee
SB1251 College Savings Plan; provide for exclusion of certain financial record from Freedom of Information. enacted
SB1252 Green Public Buildings Act; certain new or renovated buildings to be built to certain standards. dead
SB1253 Electric service; prohibits electric utilities from charging public schools for service provided. dead
SB1254 Concealed handguns; when permit from reciprocal State, person shall carry permit at all times. dead
SB1255 Radio frequency identification systems; suppliers of consumer products to affix to product, etc. in committee
SB1256 Homicide; prosecution regardless of amount of time that has passed between act or omission. signed by governor
SB1257 Firearms; criminal records check performed at a gun show before vendor may transfer. dead
SB1258 Alcoholic beverage control; requires ABC Board to establish a schedule of offenses. signed by governor
SB1259 Land preservation; increases cap on aggregate amount of tax credits. stricken
SB1260 Health insurance; mandated coverage for autism spectrum disorder. dead
SB1261 Speed limit; allows towns to increase 25 mph limit on roads in business and residence districts. stricken
SB1262 Interrogatories; execution debtors may be reissued one or more summonses to answer in 6 months. signed by governor
SB1263 Nursing homes; authorization and acceptance of certain certificate of public need applications. in subcommittee
SB1264 Wages and salaries; employer to pay by credit to prepaid debit card or card account. signed by governor
SB1265 Unattended children in a motor vehicle; definition of child abuse and neglect. dead
SB1266 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and eliminates post-Labor Day opening. dead
SB1267 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; licensure of business brokers. dead
SB1268 Electronic video and audio communication, two-way; if available in criminal proceeding, judge use. signed by governor
SB1269 Land development plans; adds Town of Leesburg to localities that may develop procedure for review. incorporated
SB1270 Abortion clinics; requires all to be licensed. in committee
SB1271 Treasury, Department of; liability coverage for Risk Management Division for certain volunteers. signed by governor
SB1272 Tax and fee legislation; requires sunset dates on all and on those existing that are increased. in subcommittee
SB1273 Electric utility regulation; SCC to determine rates of investor-owned electric utilities. in committee
SB1274 Health insurance; business practices. dead
SB1275 Privileged communications; provides communications between physicians and patients thereof. signed by governor
SB1276 Alternative on-site sewage systems; no locality shall prohibit use thereof. enacted
SB1277 Land records; may contain only last four digits of social security numbers therein on Internet. signed by governor
SB1278 Income tax, state; school supplies expense tax credit. dead
SB1279 Economic Development Partnership Authority; powers of board of directors. signed by governor
SB1280 Economic Development Partnership Authority; issuance of export documentation. stricken
SB1281 Advertising structures; prohibition thereon within 660 feet of parkway except Jerry Falwell Parkway. stricken
SB1282 Health Professions, Department of; prohibited from providing personal information of individuals. signed by governor
SB1283 Motor fuels tax; change in tax basis. stricken
SB1284 Compulsory training standards; courthouse and courtroom security. in subcommittee
SB1285 School budgets; local school divisions to publish on website. signed by governor
SB1286 Health, Department of; extends sunset provision for certain certificates of free sale. dead
SB1287 Annexation; extends to 2018 temporary restriction on city authority on granting of city charters. signed by governor
SB1288 Parkway; term used in 33.1-369 of Code does not include Jerry Falwell Parkway. signed by governor
SB1289 Criminal conviction record; person convicted of certain criminal offenses to petition. dead
SB1290 District courts; appeal may be taken to circuit court & heard de novo. signed by governor
SB1291 Deed of trust or mortgage; limitation on enforcement. signed by governor
SB1292 Setoff Debt Collection Act; allows local governments to collect past due local taxes.. signed by governor
SB1293 Persons under a disability; approval of compromises on behalf thereof in suits or actions. signed by governor
SB1294 Crisis intervention team programs; established, report. signed by governor
SB1295 Silvicultural activities; State Forester to inspect land to determine if activity causing pollution. signed by governor
SB1296 Energy efficiency & demand response goal; every investor-owned utility in State reduce consumption. dead
SB1297 Juvenile dispositions; juvenile who has previously been adjudicated delinquent of violent felony. dead
SB1298 Juvenile disposition; allows court to reduce a felony to a misdemeanor after deferring adjudication. dead
SB1299 Administrative Process Act; certain requirement for agencies that submit documents or payments, etc. signed by governor
SB1300 Assault and battery of family or household member; court may order person to obtain certain service. signed by governor
SB1301 Identity theft; penalty. signed by governor
SB1302 Master Settlement Agreement; makes several changes to enhance criminal enforcement activities. enacted
SB1303 Involuntary commitment; court may appoint counsel for a minor in proceedings seeking approval. in subcommittee
SB1304 Drug treatment courts; authorized for County of Franklin if funded through local sources. signed by governor
SB1305 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; exempts from public assistance fraud. signed by governor
SB1306 Retirement benefits; City of Danville to provide for deputy sheriffs. signed by governor
SB1307 Transport of prisoners; minimum standards therefor by persons other than law-enforcement officers. enacted
SB1308 Planning or zoning matters; locality to require person applying therefor to post sign notifying. in committee
SB1309 Recordation tax; expands exemption statewide. signed by governor
SB1310 Altavista Armory; Governor to convey to Town of Altavista. in subcommittee
SB1311 Correctional facilities, local; Danville and Pittsylvania to enter into a regional jail project. passed committee
SB1312 Pittsylvania County; Department of Corrections to convey certain real property thereto. signed by governor
SB1313 Charter; Town of Hurt. signed by governor
SB1314 Purchases of Services From People with Severe Disabilities, Board for; established. dead
SB1315 Machinery and tools; separate classification for local taxation. signed by governor
SB1316 Freedom of Information Act; strikes requirement to publish a database index, etc. signed by governor
SB1317 Electronic meetings by Air Pollution Control Board and State Water Control Board; in compliance. signed by governor
SB1318 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; extends implementation. enacted
SB1319 Freedom of Information Act; meeting minutes. signed by governor
SB1320 Electronic reforms; makes various amendments to Title 24.2 that authorize Board of Elections. dead
SB1321 Advanced shipbuilding training grant program; established. enacted
SB1322 Food allergies; Board of Education to establish guidelines for managing children in public schools. incorporated
SB1323 Charter; Town of Floyd. stricken
SB1324 Notice of election of district directors; posted in prominent location at each district office. signed by governor
SB1325 Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit; changes administration of and eligibility for an allocation. enacted
SB1326 DMV fees; allows to collect for processing applications for titles. signed by governor
SB1327 Health insurance credits; all retired employees of local school divisions to receive. dead
SB1328 Limited liability partnerships; cancellation of status. signed by governor
SB1329 Crim. conviction; responsibility of Attorney Gen. relating to collection of collateral consequences. dead
SB1330 Personnel Act; willfully disclosing personal information prohibited by law, guilty of malfeasance. dead
SB1331 Health benefits plans; insurers licensed to sell in any other state may sell to Virginia residents. dead
SB1332 Private entities; operating, managing, or supervising any portion of state highway system. dead
SB1333 Paramilitary activity; Class 5 felony to provide land, etc. knowing it's used for illegal activity. in subcommittee
SB1334 Certificate of Public Need; increases maximum amount for fees for an application therefor. dead
SB1335 Conditional zoning; amendment to proffered condition is requested by proferror local body may waive. signed by governor
SB1336 Broadband Advisory Council; established, report. enacted
SB1337 Coal and gas road improvement tax; revenues generated designated for local water or sewer projects. dead
SB1338 Science and technology development and commercialization; promotion thereof in State. enacted
SB1339 Electric utility regulation; directs SCC to require utilities to offer service under tariffs. signed by governor
SB1340 School teachers as witnesses; party in any case involving custody of minor child may have subpoena. in subcommittee
SB1341 Alcoholic beverages; Class 3 misdemeanor when person permits underage person to consume. in subcommittee
SB1342 Triennial census of school population; eliminates requirement every 3 years a census take place. dead
SB1343 Restricted license eligibility while license is suspended; allows court to issue restricted license. signed by governor
SB1344 Freedom of Information Act; amends an existing records exemption for economic development records. signed by governor
SB1345 Energy efficiency in state government; goal of reducing annual cost nonrenewable energy purchases. dead
SB1346 Coastal Energy Research Consortium; makes certain technical corrections to membership. signed by governor
SB1347 Small renewable energy projects; DEQ to develop procedure permitting construction and operation. enacted
SB1348 Electricity; SCC to conduct proceeding to determine appropriate energy conservation, etc. enacted
SB1349 Mid-Atlantic Offshore Wind Energy Infrastructure Development Compact; established. signed by governor
SB1350 Marine Resources Commission; authority to lease subaqueous lands for generating electrical energy. signed by governor
SB1351 Health insurance plan; insurance mandate for accident, etc. apply to plans for state employees. signed by governor
SB1352 Insurance holding companies; SCC to approve any ordinary dividend by a registered insurer. signed by governor
SB1353 Bank franchise tax; deductions from gross capital. stricken
SB1354 Conveyance to a family member; City of Suffolk no longer required to provide reasonable provisions. signed by governor
SB1355 Trusts, state and local; created to fund costs for providing postemployment public benefits. dead
SB1356 Reassessments; Augusta County to elect its board of supervisors to conduct at 5 or 6-year intervals. signed by governor
SB1357 Clean fuel vehicle job creation tax credit; adds advanced biofuels. signed by governor
SB1358 Alternative fuel tax; exemption for agricultural operations. signed by governor
SB1359 Locksmiths; transfers regulation thereof to State Board for contractors. dead
SB1360 Motor vehicle liability insurance coverage limits; increases, penalty. in subcommittee
SB1361 State park funds; transfers all moneys in State Park Operated Concessions Fund to Conservation Fund. enacted
SB1362 Suppress evidence, etc.; criminal defendant to state grounds for a motion thereto. in subcommittee
SB1363 Criminal procedure; compensation of court-appointed counsel. signed by governor
SB1364 Civics Education, Commission on; moves from executive to legislative branch. stricken
SB1365 Elections; addresses of protected voters. signed by governor
SB1366 Property Owners' Association Act; control of association by declarant. dead
SB1367 Food allergies; school board develop, etc. policy for management of students with life-threatening. passed committee
SB1368 Highway systems; allocation of maintenance funds. dead
SB1369 Graffiti abatement; permits localities to charge property owner for cost thereof. signed by governor
SB1370 Branding of titles; title for repaired or rebuilt vehicle shall be printed on title. stricken
SB1371 Land exchange; exchange of parcels of land between Departments of Conservation & Rec. & Forestry. signed by governor
SB1372 Workers' compensation insurance; SCC establishes a mechanism for merger. signed by governor
SB1373 Property owned by locality; service charge levied when property in boundary of another locality. incorporated
SB1374 Polygraph examiners; only a federal, state, or local law-enforcement officer shall operate device. vetoed by governor
SB1375 Charter; Town of Clarksville. signed by governor
SB1376 Unemployment compensation; eliminates requirement that applicants wait one week for benefits. stricken
SB1377 Juvenile arrest information; police and sheriff departments may release current information. signed by governor
SB1378 Retirement System; purchase of prior service credit by teachers. dead
SB1379 Revocation/suspension of license to practice law; violation of Va. Rules of Professional Conduct. signed by governor
SB1380 Probation revocation and suspended sentence revocation worksheets; court to utilize in all cases. dead
SB1381 Writs of actual innocence; ability to petition for, based on previously unknown biological evidence. signed by governor
SB1382 Smoking in restaurants; creates a statewide ban thereon. dead
SB1383 Firearm silencer; repeals provision that makes it a Class 6 felony to possess if not registered. signed by governor
SB1384 Illegal software, ticket sales; penalty. signed by governor
SB1385 Firearms shows; state police presence. dead
SB1386 Jail construction, local and regional; adjusts state reimbursement therefor. dead
SB1387 Courthouses; localities to assess fee as part of costs in each criminal or traffic case, etc. enacted
SB1388 Retirement System; provide benefits for regional jail's superintendent and sworn officers. dead
SB1389 Medical malpractice; judgement in excess of $2 million to be paid from Patient's Compensation Fund. dead
SB1390 Judges; designates specific districts and circuits to provide judicial assistance to each other. in subcommittee
SB1391 Criminal convictions; DNA Notification, report. signed by governor
SB1392 Children in Need of Supervision or Services; created. in subcommittee
SB1393 Removal of public official; no person who signs petition for removal of shall be liable for costs. in subcommittee
SB1394 Removal of public official; no person who signs petition for removal of shall be liable for costs. signed by governor
SB1395 Visitors, board of; William & Mary, VCU, & VPI&SU boards authorized to invest & manage funds. signed by governor
SB1396 Purchase of service handgun; certain law-enforcement officers to purchase their handgun. signed by governor
SB1397 Racing Commission; allocations from simulcast horse racing. stricken
SB1398 Transportation corridors; Transportation Board to establish connection with Transportation Plan. signed by governor
SB1399 Commission for Allocating Funds to Nonstate Agencies; created. dead
SB1400 Rebuttable presumption; proceedings to establish boundary lines of lands. in subcommittee
SB1401 Budget Bill(s); Chairman of House Appropriations Committee, etc. to issue reports concurrently. dead
SB1402 Improper driving; increases maximum penalty. dead
SB1403 General Assembly; compensation during regular session extension. in committee
SB1404 Public service towing services; prohibits establishment of any regulatory scheme therefor. signed by governor
SB1405 Richard Daley Mahone Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 143 bridge over Queens Creek. signed by governor
SB1406 City of Williamsburg; charter. signed by governor
SB1407 Criminal history record checks; adds Rita Welsh Adult Literacy Program to agencies to receive free. dead
SB1408 Safety belt enforcement; allows for when violations are observed by officers at checkpoints. dead
SB1409 Capital murder; adds auxiliary police officers, etc., to definition of law-enforcement officer. vetoed by governor
SB1410 Motor vehicle dealers; revises responsibility of manufacturers toward dealers. signed by governor
SB1411 Health insurance, basic; increasing availability thereof in State. signed by governor
SB1412 Charter; City of Bristol. passed committee
SB1413 Adult abuse; financial institution employees to report suspected financial abuse of elder persons. dead
SB1414 Alcoholic beverage control; exemption for those owning rural event and entertainment park, etc. signed by governor
SB1415 Repossessed vehicles; person purchasing in another state may sell in State without obtaining title. signed by governor
SB1416 Preservation of historical sites and architectural areas; local governing bodies may include. signed by governor
SB1417 Claims; Howard M. and Inez O. Berry. stricken
SB1418 Development rights; permits localities to enact an ordinance for severance & transfer thereof. signed by governor
SB1419 Daily rental property tax; definition. signed by governor
SB1420 Charitable Gaming, Division of; authorized to contract with State Lottery one-time raffle. dead
SB1421 Digital media purchase or rental; fee created. signed by governor
SB1422 Crimes, several; penalties. dead
SB1423 Subdivision ordinances; requirement that each locality provide a checklist to potential developers. in committee
SB1424 DUI; definition of substantially similar laws for determining number of prior offenses. dead
SB1425 Conflict of interests; Secretary of Commonwealth shall establish a disclosure database. dead
SB1426 Magistrates; refer complaints alleging felony offense to law-enforcement agency. signed by governor
SB1427 Energy Plan; promotes use of sustainable biofuels made from traditional agricultural crops, etc. signed by governor
SB1428 Safety lap belts and shoulder harness; admissibility of evidence of nonuse in civil actions. in subcommittee
SB1429 Marriage license tax; allocation to services for children exposed to sexual or domestic violence. dead
SB1430 Residential homes; bonds to fund grants for purchasers of newly constructed. dead
SB1431 REAL ID Act of 2005; State will not comply with provision thereof that compromises economic privacy. signed by governor
SB1432 Notification of family member; disclosure of information regarding patient's location and condition. incorporated
SB1433 Right to notify; consumer in mental health facility to have person of choice notified of condition. incorporated
SB1434 Chief Justice of Virginia Supreme Court; shall serve thereas for only two consecutive terms. in subcommittee
SB1435 Forensic Science Board; adds chairmen of Senate and House Committees for Courts of Justice, etc. signed by governor
SB1436 Crime victims; no law-enforcement officer shall inquire into immigration status of victim of crime. dead
SB1437 Surgeon General, State; established. dead
SB1438 Urban highway system construction funds; 2/3 portion of a city's funds can be used to service debt. signed by governor
SB1439 Protective orders; removes provision to contain identifying information. signed by governor
SB1440 Electric utilities; include in integrated resource plan reduce customers' electricity consumption. dead
SB1441 Income tax, state; homebuyer tax credit. incorporated
SB1442 Case and financial management systems; Ex. Secretary of Supreme Court responsible for. enacted
SB1443 Income tax, state; tax credit for health insurance premiums paid by small business employers. dead
SB1444 Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits use of while operating commercial motor vehicles. in committee
SB1445 Alcoholic beverage control; location of sale for shipper's license. signed by governor
SB1446 Income tax, state; homebuyer tax credit. dead
SB1447 Energy Efficiency Commission; established, report. in subcommittee
SB1448 Indigent Health Care Trust Fund; repealed. signed by governor
SB1449 Towing and recovery licensure; extends date which a person engaging in, etc. towing needs license. signed by governor
SB1450 Cemeteries; those on private property may be required to register. signed by governor
SB1451 Resources Authority; increases debt ceiling for bonds issued by and local obligations guaranteed by. signed by governor
SB1452 Energy Efficiency Programs; created. dead
SB1453 Civics Education, Commission on; established. enacted
SB1454 Aging, Department for; designate area agencies on aging as lead agencies for No Wrong Door system. signed by governor
SB1455 Elected or appointed officials; limit attorney-issued subpoenas unless subject matter is unrelated. in subcommittee
SB1456 Innovation and Entrepreneurship Investment Authority; created by merging. signed by governor
SB1457 Hampton Roads Metropolitan Planning Organization; increases size. stricken
SB1458 Health insurance; mandated coverage for telehealth services. dead
SB1459 Manufactured Housing Licensing and Transaction Recovery Fund Law; raises maximum claim amount. signed by governor
SB1460 Replacement of water by gas well operators; replace water supply contaminated, etc. by an operation. signed by governor
SB1461 Southwest Regional Recreation Authority; governing body to appoint members thereto. signed by governor
SB1462 Drug treatment courts; authorized for County of Tazewell. signed by governor
SB1463 DUI; installation of ignition interlock as condition of license restoration for second conviction. signed by governor
SB1464 Chief Executive Officer for Transportation; abolished Commonwealth Transportaion Commissioner. dead
SB1465 Standards of Learning; delay of textbook adoption cycle. dead
SB1466 Standards of Quality; school division to use state and local funds for elementary resource teachers. dead
SB1467 Certificate of public need; exempts requirements up to 10 beds for inpatient psychiatric services. in committee
SB1468 Onsite treatment works; provides specific requirements therefor designed by professional engineer. signed by governor
SB1469 Annexation; extends to 2018 temporary restriction on city authority on granting of city charters. signed by governor
SB1470 Payday lenders; prohibits any person licensed under Payday Loan Act from making open end loan. enacted
SB1471 Stormwater control and water or waste systems; allows Governor to disclaim rights, etc., of State. enacted
SB1472 Wireless E-911; establishes procedure for collection and remittance of prepaid charges by sellers. stricken
SB1473 Forestry permits; State Forester require person who fishes, rides mountain bikes, etc., to obtain. signed by governor
SB1474 Retail Sales and Use Tax; dealer discounts. stricken
SB1475 Intermodal Planning and Investment, Office of; updates responsibilities. incorporated
SB1476 Resources Authority; authorized to finance any program to perform site acquisition develop work. signed by governor
SB1477 Aerospace Advisory Council; adds Director of Space Grant Consortium to serve as ex officio. signed by governor
SB1478 Freedom of Information Act; building and fire code complaints. signed by governor
SB1479 Marine Resources Commission; authorized to grant easements and rights-of-way on Elizabeth River. signed by governor
SB1480 Life insurance policies; delivery method. signed by governor
SB1481 Criminal cases; allows circuit court clerk to assess local fee of up to 10% of total fees charged. dead
SB1482 Transportation Capital Projects Bond Act of 2007; repeals Act. dead
SB1483 Arts and cultural districts; adds Cities of Lynchburg, etc., to localities authorized to create. signed by governor
SB1484 Lake Anna; lake level contingency plan developed therefor. dead
SB1485 Southwest Virginia Cultural Heritage Commission; provides that 5 ex officio members shall vote. signed by governor
SB1486 Domestic insurers; SCC delay application of provision applicable to investment of those petitioning. stricken
SB1487 Comprehensive plan; requires urban development areas to provide for mix of residential housing, etc. signed by governor
SB1488 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of MAPGA Scholarship Foundation. incorporated
SB1489 Property Owners' Association Act; reformation of declarations. stricken
SB1490 Consumer Finance Act; open-end loan plans secured by motor vehicle titles. dead
SB1491 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Shenandoah National Park Association. incorporated
SB1492 Wallops Research Park; aerospace-related economic development. signed by governor
SB1493 Successor corporations; asbestos-related liability. stricken
SB1494 Spirits delivery permit; authorizes permittee to purchase spirit from Board and deliver to business. dead
SB1495 Unemployment compensation; voluntarily leaving employment to accompany military spouse. signed by governor
SB1496 Sentence credits; rate at which may be earned, prerequisites. dead
SB1497 Virginia Network for Geospatial Health Research Authority; created, report. dead
SB1498 Motor fuels tax; converts rates to percentage that shall be calculated by DMV Commissioner. dead
SB1499 E-Verify program; state agencies, etc. to verify social security number of newly hired employees. dead
SB1500 Overload and overweight permits; to establish a new schedule of fees. dead
SB1501 Mental Retardation Medicaid Waiver, etc.; elimination of waiting lists. signed by governor
SB1502 Safety belt use; extends requirement for all occupants of a motor vehicle. dead
SB1503 Mental health court; Executive Secretary of the Supreme Court to establish in City of Richmond. incorporated
SB1504 Eastern Box Turtle; designating as official state reptile. passed committee
SB1505 Freedom of Information Act; proceedings for enforcement, relating to writs of mandamus, etc. signed by governor
SB1506 Comprehensive Services Act Program; judicial assignment of services for children. signed by governor
SB1507 Gas wells and related improvements; may be assessed on an annual basis in Buchanan County. signed by governor
SB1508 Breaks Regional Airport Authority Act; created. signed by governor
SB1509 Residential onsite sewage systems; replacement or modifications thereof to include nitrogen removal. signed by governor
SB1510 Felons, nonviolent; those serving time in local facilities to receive good conduct credits. dead
SB1511 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; amends Compact relating to Board membership, etc. signed by governor
SB1512 Veterans Services, Department of; required to provide burial vaults at no cost to eligible veterans. dead
SB1513 Firearms; award of court costs, etc., to entity that prevails in action challenging locality. signed by governor
SB1514 Real estate tax; notice of change in assessment. dead
SB1515 Wildlife; authorizes issuance of kill permit to an airport operator if finds creating a hazard. signed by governor
SB1516 Tobacco products tax; changes tax on moist snuff. dead
SB1517 Home/electronic incarceration program; provides that is deemed term of confinement for offender. dead
SB1518 Charitable gaming; use of proceeds. dead
SB1519 Career and technical education diploma; delays implementation thereof. dead
SB1520 General registrars; appointment and compensation therefor. dead
SB1521 Economics education and financial literacy; repeals requirement in middle and high schools. stricken
SB1522 Line of Duty Act; short-term disability benefits for state police officers. dead
SB1523 Southeastern Public Service Authority; required to entertain reasonable landfill gas contract offer. signed by governor
SB1524 Zoning ordinances; broadens administrator's authority to determine vested rights. signed by governor
SB1525 Conflicts of Interests Act, State and Local; prohibited contracts. enacted
SB1526 License plates, special; issuance to those bearing legend: REMEMBERING PEARL HARBOR. incorporated
SB1527 Estheticians; extends grandfather period for licensure thereas until July 31, 2009. signed by governor
SB1528 Concealed handgun permits; completion of firearms training, etc., may be done electronically. enacted
SB1529 Employees, local; right to participate in political activities. signed by governor
SB1530 Subdivision streets; acceptance into state secondary highway system. signed by governor
SB1531 Capital outlay plan; constitutes State's six-year proposal for projects to be funded. signed by governor
SB1532 Motor fuels tax; changes percentage in Northern Virginia. signed by governor
SB1533 Special use permits; extension of expiration dates. signed by governor
SB1534 Central Virginia Regional Transportation Authority; created. passed house
SB1535 Planning district commissions; designates Planning District Commissions 1, 2, and 13. enacted
SB1536 Subdivision ordinances; landlocked property. in committee
SB1537 Arts and cultural districts; adds City of Fredericksburg to those localities authorized to create. signed by governor
SB1538 Motorcycles; provides certain three-wheeled motor vehicles will be deemed passenger cars. in committee
SB1539 Line of Duty Act; investigation of claims by police departments and sheriffs offices. signed by governor
SB1540 Home/electronic incarceration; sentencing guidelines. dead
SB1541 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; officer be given notice before being questioned . dead
SB1542 Alcoholic beverage control; privatization of ABC stores. in committee
SB1543 Assisted living facility staff; requirement of work experience for administrators, etc. dead
SB1544 Autism Tuition Assistance Grant Program; established. dead
SB1545 Retirement System; divest itself of investments in companies investing in Iran's petroleum sector. dead
SB1546 Deed of trust; written notice of proposed sale by trustee to owners, etc. signed by governor
SB1547 Financial aid programs, state; persons who have successfully completed home school instruction, etc. signed by governor
SB1548 Investment Partnership Act; amends definition of 'eligible company.' signed by governor
SB1549 Income tax, state; individual credit for certain new motor vehicle purchases. dead
SB1550 Jordan Bridge; Chesapeake City Council to provide for emergency replacement thereof. signed by governor
SB1551 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Gov.; disclosure by certain nonsalaried citizen members. dead
SB1552 Home/electronic incarceration program; provides that is deemed term of confinement for offender. in committee
SB5001 Evidence, testimonial; criminal defendant right to demand testimony of preparer of certificate, etc. incorporated
SB5002 Evidence, testimonial; procedure notifying defendant of introduction of certificate of analysis. incorporated
SB5003 Evidence, testimonial; procedure notifying defendant of introduction of certificate of analysis. signed by governor
SB5004 Claims; Arthur Lee Whitfield. signed by governor
SJ5 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first 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
SJ10 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans (first reference). dead
SJ26 Illegal immigration; Attorney General to pursue all remedies through litigation for reimbursement. dead
SJ48 Constitutional amendment; localities to tax historical property on basis of its use value. dead
SJ59 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
SJ60 Constitutional amendment; assessment of real property for tax purposes (first reference). dead
SJ73 Constitutional amendment; partial exemption of local real estate taxes (first reference). dead
SJ88 Constitutional amendment; establishes limitations on takings of private property. dead
SJ91 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). dead
SJ272 Commending Gladys Cook Bushrod. passed senate
SJ273 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference). dead
SJ274 Mitochondrial Disease Awareness Week; designating as third week of September 2009. passed senate
SJ275 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans (first reference). passed senate
SJ276 Medicine, Board of; JLARC to review effectiveness thereof in regulating practice of medicine. dead
SJ277 Tort claims brought against entities; JLARC to study costs incurred by State or its localities. dead
SJ278 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ279 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ280 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ281 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
SJ282 Celebrating the life of Mary Mildred Carrington. passed senate
SJ283 Celebrating the life of Arnetta Gilmore Washington. passed senate
SJ284 Celebrating the life of Dorothy Davis Gardner. passed senate
SJ285 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Clifton R. Wilson. passed senate
SJ286 Celebrating the life of Ruby Warren Thompson. passed senate
SJ287 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Theodore Alfred Bashford. passed senate
SJ288 Commending Jack and Jill of Norfolk. passed senate
SJ289 Criminal Sentencing Commission; confirming appointment of Chairman. passed senate
SJ290 Constitutional amendment; establishes limitations on takings of private property. in committee
SJ291 Celebrating the life of E.C. Warren II. passed senate
SJ292 Cancer research; joint subcommittee to study benefits to State of appropriating additional funds. dead
SJ293 Commending Laura Marshall. passed senate
SJ294 Commending the Urban League of Greater Richmond on exemplary community service. passed senate
SJ295 Constitutional amendment; reversing present schedule of sessions of General Assembly. dead
SJ296 General Assembly; joint committee to be established to oversee provision of revenue estimates. dead
SJ297 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Andrew Jackson Ellis, Jr. passed senate
SJ298 Celebrating the life of Benjamin H. Bolen. passed senate
SJ299 Celebrating the life of William Randolph Dyer. passed senate
SJ300 Celebrating the life of Jessie Hanby Key. passed senate
SJ301 Celebrating the life of Avis H. Collier passed senate
SJ302 Celebrating the life of Leigh Buckner Hanes, Jr. passed senate
SJ303 Year of Astronomy; designating as year 2009. passed senate
SJ304 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans (first reference). incorporated
SJ305 Steamboat Era Day; designating as Sept. 14, 2009, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
SJ306 Constitutional amendment; supervision of schools by school boards (first reference). dead
SJ307 Public schools and families; joint subcommittee to study effects of economic recession thereon. stricken
SJ308 Celebrating the life of Macon Peyton Booker. passed senate
SJ309 Commending Eugene P. Trani. passed senate
SJ310 Shooting preserves; Dept. of Game & Inland Fisheries to establish task force to analyze laws. dead
SJ311 Blue crabs; Congress of U.S. urged to examine equitability of allocation of licenses to harvest. dead
SJ312 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
SJ313 Public schools; JLARC to study ways to promote and ensure early reading proficiency. dead
SJ314 Virginia's Rail Heritage Region; established to promote and encourage rail tourism. passed senate
SJ315 U.S. Constitution; Congress to call convention to propose an amendment for balanced budget. dead
SJ316 Surgeon General, State; Joint Commission on Health Care to study feasibility, etc. of establishing. dead
SJ317 Celebrating the life of Delessie Hall Floyd Dempsey. passed senate
SJ318 Strategies & Models for Subtance Abuse Prevention & Treatment; Joint Subcommittee Studying. passed senate
SJ319 Home energy consumption; Housing Commission to study. dead
SJ320 Commending the Mount Vernon Unitarian Church. passed senate
SJ321 Disability History and Awareness Month, designating as October 2009, and each succeeding year. passed senate
SJ322 Waterfowl; joint subcommittee to study hunting in urban and suburban areas. dead
SJ323 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Transportation Funds. dead
SJ324 Multistate service corporations; joint committee of Senate and House Committees on Finance to study. dead
SJ325 Chronic diseases; Joint Commission on Health Care to study opportunities for early identification. passed senate
SJ326 Commending the Phoebus High School football team passed senate
SJ327 Celebrating the life of Henry Whitehead, Jr. passed senate
SJ328 Voting equipment; joint subcommittee to study postelection audits. passed senate
SJ329 George Mason University; GMU, Loudoun County and Town of Leesburg to study permanent campus. dead
SJ330 State Employee Total Compensation, Review of; joint subcommittee study findings prepared by JLARC. dead
SJ331 School dropout prevention; joint subcommittee to study. stricken
SJ332 Constitutional amendment; tax exemptions for buildings constructed or designed to conserve energy. passed senate
SJ333 Constitutional amendment; certain property exempt from taxation (first reference). stricken
SJ334 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ335 Constitutional amendment; removes requirement that cities be established as entity independent. dead
SJ336 High caffeine energy drinks; joint subcommittee to study the risks of consuming with alcohol. stricken
SJ337 Federal grants; Department of Planning and Budget, etc., to advise State agencies thereof. passed senate
SJ338 Public schools; state assistance for construction and renovation, report. dead
SJ339 Individuals with life-threatening conditions; Joint Commission on Health Care to study. dead
SJ340 Commending the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants on its 100th anniversary. passed senate
SJ341 Public officials; joint subcommittee to study conduct of state legislative and executive branches. dead
SJ342 Commemorating the Centennial of the NAACP. passed senate
SJ343 Commemorating the bicentennial of the birth of Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States. passed senate
SJ344 Commending Dr. Deborah Moira Jewell-Sherman, former division superintendent of Richmond City Schools passed senate
SJ345 Recycling receptacles; state and local governmental entities to increase usage thereof. passed senate
SJ346 Local government; joint subcommittee to study organization thereof. dead
SJ347 Constitutional amendment; right to work (first reference). in committee
SJ348 Abandoned property; Department of Treasury to study reporting and remittance requirements. stricken
SJ349 Constitutional amendment; localities to cap annual increase in assessed values of real estate. in committee
SJ350 Commending the Lynchburg Area Center for Independent Living 10th anniversary. passed senate
SJ351 Celebrating the life of Thomas Benjamin Noland, Sr. passed senate
SJ352 Celebrating the life of David Ferl Deel. passed senate
SJ353 Local government; distribution of state and local taxes therefor. dead
SJ354 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference). passed committee
SJ355 Commending Luca Paschina. passed senate
SJ356 Teenage driving; joint subcommittee to study. dead
SJ357 Rapid transit service network; continues mandate of study. passed senate
SJ358 Hospital emergency rooms; Crime Commission to study issues of public safety. passed senate
SJ359 Operations of Circuit Court Clerks' Offices, Joint Subcommittee Studying; continued. passed senate
SJ360 Judicial personnel; joint committee of Senate and House Committee for Courts of Justice to study. dead
SJ361 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). dead
SJ362 Restorative justice; Crime Commission shall investigate legal and practical issues surrounding. dead
SJ363 False Identification cards; Crime Commission to study issues regarding apprehension and prosecution. passed senate
SJ364 Commending the Midlothian High School girls. passed senate
SJ365 Commending the Powhatan High School baseball team. passed senate
SJ366 Commending Mary Russo. passed senate
SJ367 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ368 Commending Brandon Feagan. passed senate
SJ369 Commending Friends of Wilderness Battlefield. passed senate
SJ370 Commending Action in Community Through Service of Prince William, Inc. 40th anniversary. passed senate
SJ371 Commending Michael J. Polychrones. passed senate
SJ372 Commending Louise Archer Elementary School on the occasion of its 70th anniversary. passed senate
SJ373 American Cancer Society Day; designating as February 5, 2009, and each succeeding year. passed senate
SJ374 Commending the Peninsula Pastoral Counseling Center on the occasion of its 35th anniversary. passed senate
SJ375 Clean Water Farm Award and the Bay Friendly Farm Award. passed senate
SJ376 Celebrating the life of Bruce W. Dewing. passed senate
SJ377 Celebrating the life of Duane Irving Preston. passed senate
SJ378 Commending the Henrico County Division of Police on the occasion of its 75th anniversary. passed senate
SJ379 Hurricane Camille; designating as August 20, 2009, and day of remembrance of the 40th anniversary. passed senate
SJ380 Commending the Virginia Credit Union League. passed senate
SJ381 Commending the White Rock Baptist Church on the occasion of its 120th anniversary. passed senate
SJ382 Commending the University of Richmond football team. passed senate
SJ383 Celebrating the life of Felicia Bryan Farrar Johnson. passed senate
SJ384 Commending the James Monroe High School football team. passed senate
SJ385 Commending homeschoolers in Virginia on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of homeschooling. passed senate
SJ386 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Jesse A. Ault. passed senate
SJ387 HOT lanes; expressing sense of General Assembly concerning contracts entered into by VDOT. dead
SJ388 Resolution; Commending United Network for Organ Sharing. passed senate
SJ389 Celebrating the life of William E. Fears. passed senate
SJ390 U.S. Constitution; memorializing Congress to propose an amendment for balanced budget requirement. dead
SJ391 Celebrating the life of Leslie Funk Herdegen Rohrer. passed senate
SJ392 National School Breakfast Week; designating as week of first Sunday in March 2009, and each year. passed senate
SJ393 Commending the Children's Hospital at Johnson City Medical Center. passed senate
SJ394 Commending the crew of John Adams. passed senate
SJ395 Commemorating the life of Thomas Jefferson on the occasion of the 265th anniversary of his birth. passed senate
SJ396 Global warming and energy problems; recognizing need to utilize scientific principles to address. dead
SJ397 Saltwater anglers; Marine Resources Commission to examine creation of comprehensive registry. passed senate
SJ398 Celebrating the life of Joseph V. Gartlan, Jr. passed senate
SJ399 Federal budget, balanced; Congress urged to propose legislation requiring. dead
SJ400 Celebrating the life of Edgar Hall Bartley, Jr. passed senate
SJ401 Law Day; designating as May 1, 2009, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
SJ402 Commending the Montgomery-Penson-Watkins family. dead
SJ403 Celebrating the life of Ashley McIntosh. passed senate
SJ404 Commending the King George Ruritan Club on the occasion of its 70th anniversary. passed senate
SJ405 Commending the Virginia Tech football team as the Atlantic Coast Conference Champions. passed senate
SJ406 Celebrating the life of Ernest Eugene Saulmon. passed senate
SJ407 Celebrating the life of John Julius Korte, Jr. passed senate
SJ408 Celebrating the life of Joan D. Gifford. passed senate
SJ409 Celebrating the life of Michael Smith Phillips. passed senate
SJ410 Celebrating the life of Edwin Carter Nettles, Jr. passed senate
SJ411 Oysters; sterile non-native; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to support responsible cultivation. passed committee
SJ412 Human trafficking; notes General Assembly's concern regarding and repudiation thereof in State. passed senate
SJ413 Commending the Town of Culpeper on the occasion of its 250th anniversary. passed senate
SJ414 Commending the Virginia Governmental Employees Association. passed senate
SJ415 Commending Virginia Intermont College on the occasion of its 125th anniversary. passed senate
SJ416 Celebrating the life of Ellen Marie Bozman. passed senate
SJ417 Commending the Virginia Natural Resources Leadership Institute. passed senate
SJ418 Celebrating the life of George W. Cecil, Sr. passed senate
SJ419 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Wade St. Clair Coates. passed senate
SJ420 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Gregory Stephen Matney. passed senate
SJ421 Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Daniel Ryan Bennett. passed senate
SJ422 Commending Sandra Moss. passed senate
SJ423 Celebrating the life of Corporal Jonathan T. Yale. passed senate
SJ424 Celebrating the life of Amy Elizabeth Leatherberry Warder. passed senate
SJ425 Commending Voices for Virginia's Children on the occasion of its 15th anniversary. passed senate
SJ426 Celebrating the life of William Jennings Hargis, Jr. passed senate
SJ427 Celebrating the life of Alvin P. Anderson. passed senate
SJ428 Commending Sanford B. Wanner. passed senate
SJ429 Celebrating the life of Robin Preston Stanaway. passed senate
SJ430 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Norvell Prentis Smiley, Jr. passed senate
SJ431 Lawyer Professionalism Day; designating as April 13, 2009. in committee
SJ432 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ433 Commending Mark Russell Smith. passed senate
SJ434 Commending the Hickory High School softball team. passed senate
SJ435 Celebrating the life of Anne Martin Wilson Rowe. passed senate
SJ436 Celebrating the life of Mary Phoebe Enders Willis. passed senate
SJ437 Commending Bruce Smith. passed senate
SJ438 Celebrating the life of Bessie Friend Bocock Carter. passed senate
SJ439 Commending Joan Fenton. passed senate
SJ440 Commending the Tuskegee Airmen. passed senate
SJ441 Budget bill; extends deadline for houses to consider. passed committee
SJ442 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Charles Wesley Gunn, Jr. passed senate
SJ443 Commending three hospitals in the Commonwealth, Winchester Medical Center, Sentara Norfolk General.. passed senate
SJ444 Commending the Virginia National Guards 3rd Battalion, 116th Brigade Combat Team. passed senate
SJ445 Commending Farm Fresh Food and Pharmacy. passed senate
SJ446 Celebrating the life of Volney Maurice Taylor. passed senate
SJ447 Commending Commander David W. Alldridge and the crew of the USS Newport News. passed senate
SJ448 Commending the Virginia Economic Bridge on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. passed senate
SJ449 Commending Food City. passed senate
SJ450 Celebrating the life of Thomas A. Colley. passed senate
SJ451 Celebrating the life of Sergeant James Howard Altizer. passed senate
SJ452 Commending Harriet N. Storm. passed senate
SJ453 Celebrating the life of Sue Edmondson Wilder. passed senate
SJ454 Celebrating the life of Clarence Wesley Harris. passed senate
SJ455 Celebrating the accomplishments of the Virginia National Guard and Virginia Defense Force in 2008. passed senate
SJ456 Celebrating the life of John Michael Finn. passed senate
SJ457 Commending Robert H. Cooley, Jr. passed senate
SJ458 Celebrating the life of Bates McCluer Gilliam. passed senate
SJ459 Celebrating the life of Albert G. Johnson. passed senate
SJ460 Commending Laird and Company. passed senate
SJ461 Commending Building Goodness Foundation. passed senate
SJ462 Celebrating the life of First Lieutenant Thomas J. Brown. passed senate
SJ463 Commending First Baptist Church, Martinsville on the occasion of its 125th anniversary. passed senate
SJ464 Celebrating the life of Melvin Ross Simpson. passed senate
SJ465 Commending Bruce M. Farrell. passed senate
SJ466 Celebrating the life of Captain, USN Ret., Frederick W. Silverthorne. passed senate
SJ467 Commending Terri Hobson. passed senate
SJ468 Celebrating the life of Dorothy Buck Boucher. passed senate
SJ469 Celebrating the life of Frances Ellen Daly. passed senate
SJ470 Celebrating the life of Calvin Perrow Carter. passed senate
SJ471 Commending William H. Fuller III. passed senate
SJ472 Commending T. L. Neal. passed senate
SJ473 Commending the Gretna High School football team. passed senate
SJ474 Commemorating the life of Zachary Taylor on the 225th anniversary of his birth. passed senate
SJ475 Celebrating the life of Flora M. Crater. passed senate
SJ476 Commending Diane M. Reese. passed senate
SJ477 Celebrating the life of Terrell J. Reid. passed senate
SJ478 Celebrating the life of William Edward Lavery. passed senate
SJ479 Celebrating the life of Willie Saunders Watkins III. passed senate
SJ480 Celebrating the life of James Berry Mohler. passed senate
SJ481 Celebrating the life of Laura Camm Slaughter. passed senate
SJ482 Commending Marjorie Kain Cole. passed senate
SJ483 Commending the 40th Anniversary of Virginia is for Lovers. passed senate
SJ484 Commending the Rt. Rev. Peter James Lee. passed senate
SJ485 Commending Matt Hayden. passed senate
SJ486 Commending the City of Bristol. passed senate
SJ487 Commending Frank McCarty. passed senate
SJ488 Celebrating the life of Jane Rowe Reynolds Murray. passed senate
SJ489 Commending Kohann Williams. passed senate
SJ490 Commending Verdia Haywood. passed senate
SJ491 Commending Eve and Rick Thompson. passed senate
SJ492 Commending Helios HR. passed senate
SJ493 Celebrating the life of Levi E. Willis, Sr. passed senate
SJ494 Celebrating the life of Robert Saunier Hornsby, Jr. passed senate
SJ495 Commending Mike Tomlin. passed senate
SJ496 Commending the United Way of Greater Williamsburg. passed senate
SJ497 Commending Bishop-elect William M. Dawson. passed senate
SJ498 Commending the September 11th National Memorial Trail Alliance. passed senate
SJ499 Celebrating the life of Henry D. Gregory III. passed senate
SJ500 Celebrating the life of James Arnold Jones. passed senate
SJ501 Commending the Childrens National Medical Center. passed senate
SJ502 Commending Franklin Delano Robertson. passed senate
SJ503 Commending the Honorable J. Samuel Johnston, Jr. passed senate
SJ504 Celebrating the life of Herman Ginther. passed senate
SJ505 Commending Hargrave Military Academy on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed senate
SJ506 Celebrating the life of Clyde L. Banks, Sr. passed senate
SJ507 Celebrating the life of Claude L. Emerson. passed senate
SJ508 Commending George Mason University, Northern Virginia Community College, Loudoun County Public... passed senate
SJ509 Celebrating the life of Nancy Bradford McCord. passed senate
SJ510 Celebrating the life of Jean Waltrip. passed senate
SJ511 Commending the City of Bristol Chamber of Commerce on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed senate
SJ5001 Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts; Crime Commission to study impact of holding thereof on prosecutions. dead
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
SR19 Senate; 2009 operating budget. passed senate
SR20 Senate; encourages timely communication and reports from any conference on budget bills. passed senate
SR21 Senate Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming nominations. passed senate
SR22 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed senate
SR23 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed senate
SR24 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed senate
SR25 Auditor of Public Accounts; nomination for election. passed senate
SR26 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed senate
SR27 Judges; nominations for election to Court of Appeals of Virginia. passed senate
SR28 Nominating a person to be elected to circuit court judgeship. passed senate
SR29 State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed senate
SR30 Commending the Town of Shenandoah on the occasion of its 125th anniversary. passed senate
SR31 Commending the Alexandria Transit Company. passed senate
SR32 Attorney General; nomination of person for election. passed senate
SR33 Commending the West Springfield High School debate team. passed senate
SR34 Commending Mano Talaiver. passed senate
SR35 Commending Jean Clary Bagley. passed senate
SR36 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed senate
SR37 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed senate
SR38 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed senate
SR39 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nominations for election of members. passed senate
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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