2010 Bills

2,964 bills found.

# Title Status
HB1 Electronic mail, unsolicited commercial; narrows scope of spam statute, penalty. signed by governor
HB2 Income tax, state; small business investment tax credit. dead
HB3 State parks; expands Disabled Veteran's Passport program. dead
HB4 Roanoke River Basin Advisory Committee; removes cap on reappointments for nonlegislative citizens. signed by governor
HB5 Claims; Victor Anthony Burnette. signed by governor
HB6 Charter; Town of Duffield. signed by governor
HB7 Higher Education, Council of; duties. signed by governor
HB8 Concealed handgun permit; renewal by mail. signed by governor
HB9 State Police Volunteer Chaplaincy Program; established. dead
HB10 Individual health insurance coverage; resident of State not required to obtain, etc., policy. enacted
HB11 Health care services; peer utilization reviews on reconsideration of an adverse decision. signed by governor
HB12 Group health insurance; allows coverage to be extended to full-time students under age 27. dead
HB13 Presentence reports; available to counsel for convicted person. signed by governor
HB14 Domestic relations cases; witness refusal to answer question on ground that it may self-incriminate. in subcommittee
HB15 Terrorism, federal; those accused or convicted shall not be held in custody in state/local facility. dead
HB16 Constitutional amendment; localities to establish either income or financial worth limitations. signed by governor
HB17 Taxes, state; reduces period of limitation for collection from 20 to 10 years. signed by governor
HB18 Commerce; goods manufactured or made in State shall not be authority of U.S. Congress to regulate. dead
HB19 VRE; allows Potomac-Rappahannock Transportation Commission to charge higher fares. dead
HB20 Disabled veteran; definition. dead
HB21 Space flight liability and immunity; repeals sunset provision. signed by governor
HB22 Handheld personal communications device; prohibits use while operating motor vehicle, etc., penalty. dead
HB23 Children; prohibited photography, penalty. dead
HB24 Drug treatment court; established in City of Bristol. dead
HB25 Greenhouse gas emissions; Statewide Transportation Plan to include quantifiable measures and goals. dead
HB26 Concealed handgun permit; documentation and information provided by applicant. dead
HB27 Bristol Virginia Utilities (BVU) Authority; created. signed by governor
HB28 Credit default insurance; definition. dead
HB29 Budget Bill. signed by governor
HB30 Budget Bill. signed by governor
HB31 Health benefits plans; sale by foreign health insurers to persons in State. dead
HB32 Concealed handguns; possession by faculty members at state institutions of higher education. dead
HB33 Debt, state and local; estimates of debt service costs to be included in ballot question. dead
HB34 Health insurance; mandated coverage for autism spectrum disorder. dead
HB35 Inpatient and outpatient surgical complications; physician to report to Board. dead
HB36 Lyme disease; added to list of diseases required to be reported to Department of Health. dead
HB37 Overload and overweight permits; fees established by Commissioner. dead
HB38 Grass; adds Spotsylvania County to list of counties authorized to require property owners to cut. signed by governor
HB39 Bigamy; person found guilty may be ordered by court to make restitution to other party of marriage. in subcommittee
HB40 Disabled parent; subject to prosecution for desertion or nonsupport of another child. signed by governor
HB41 Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2010; created. signed by governor
HB42 Transportation programs; JLARC to administer a performance audit, report. enacted
HB43 VPI&SU; authorizes rector and board of visitors to lease titled real estate. dead
HB44 Fire or homeowners insurance policy; coverage for damages or replacement of Chinese drywall. dead
HB45 Homeowners insurance; prohibits insurance company from canceling due to Chinese drywall. dead
HB46 Virginia Defective Drywall Correction and Restoration Assistance Fund; created. enacted
HB47 Income tax, state; telework expenses tax credit. dead
HB48 Debt Capacity Advisory Committee; adds State Comptroller and Staff Directors to membership. signed by governor
HB49 Handguns; repeals one-gun-a-month limitation. dead
HB50 Absentee ballots; duties of electoral board to send within three business days, penalty. signed by governor
HB51 Comprehensive plan amendment; grants authority to local gov't to prepare & submit to public hearing. enacted
HB52 Concealed handgun permit; failure to produce upon demand of a law-enforcement officer, penalty. dead
HB53 Human tracking devices; unlawful use thereof by insurer or employer. dead
HB54 Handgun; person with lawful possession may carry into courthouse. dead
HB55 Virginia Railway Express service; assessment of localities. dead
HB56 Testamentary trustees; relief of duty to file an inventory or annual accounts. signed by governor
HB57 Business, professional, and occupational license (BPOL) tax; limits on rates and imposition. dead
HB58 Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits talking on such device unless in hands-free mode. dead
HB59 General registrar; appointment by electoral board. dead
HB60 Food safety preparation inspections; exempts private homes that process certain foods. dead
HB61 Driver's licenses; release by DMV of photographs of deceased persons to family members. signed by governor
HB62 Budget bill; required reports from House Appropriations and Senate Finance Committees. dead
HB63 Absentee voting; expands scope of persons defined as members of voter's immediate family. signed by governor
HB64 Absentee ballots; authorizes State Board of Elections to develop procedures for counting. dead
HB65 Print-on-demand ballots; restrictions on printing. dead
HB66 Child and spousal support; court to appoint vocational expert to conduct testing and interviews. signed by governor
HB67 Domestic relations cases; witness refusal to answer question on ground that it may self-incriminate. incorporated
HB68 Preliminary hearing; district court judge may order witness testimony to be reduced to writing. dead
HB69 Firearms, ammunition, etc.; those manufactured and retained in State not subject to federal law. dead
HB70 Students, nonpublic school; participation in public school interscholastic programs. incorporated
HB71 Line of Duty Act; short-term disability benefits for state police officers. dead
HB72 Firearms; possession with intent to use on school property is a Class 1 misdemeanor. dead
HB73 Income tax, state; additional personal exemption for surviving spouse or head of household. dead
HB74 Boating safety course; exempts person from taking if possess valid license issued by Coast Guard. dead
HB75 License plates, special; issuance to those bearing national motto: 'In God We Trust.' dead
HB76 Instructional spending; local school board to report expenditures annually. in subcommittee
HB77 Credit life insurance; disclosure requirement. signed by governor
HB78 Political candidates; removes exception by which an incumbent may determine method of nomination. dead
HB79 Concealed handgun permit; prohibits clerk of court from providing public access to applications. dead
HB80 Statewide Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program Funding Pool; created. dead
HB81 Jurors; equalizes pay of those in condemnation cases with that of regular jurors. signed by governor
HB82 Public sewer system; locality may adopt ordinance establishing standard for use & services; penalty. signed by governor
HB83 Pawnbrokers; local government may by an ordinance require daily report to be electronically filed. signed by governor
HB84 Search warrants, out-of-state; to be honored by State corporation or other entity. signed by governor
HB85 Umbilical cord blood education; Commissioner of Health to develop and post information on website. signed by governor
HB86 SCC; proposed rate, charge, etc., of public service company should be in best interest of citizens. dead
HB87 Medical incident compensation; penalties. dead
HB88 Electric utility service; cooperative to install & operate prepaid metering equipment upon request. signed by governor
HB89 Virginia Wind Underwriting Association; created. dead
HB90 Circuit courts; clerks within 30th Judicial Circuit to establish electronic filing in civil actions. incorporated
HB91 Retirement System; creditable compensation of teachers. dead
HB92 Renewable energy certificates; tariff filed by cooperative for electric energy. signed by governor
HB93 Uninsured motorist insurance; liability insurer relieved of costs of defending owner in claim. signed by governor
HB94 Income tax, corporate; reduction of rate for up to three years for certain small businesses. dead
HB95 Secondary highway system; requirements for taking new streets into system. dead
HB96 Instructional spending; local school board to report expenditures annually. incorporated
HB97 Driver's license, restricted; issuance to out-of-state drivers. signed by governor
HB98 Learner's permit, restricted; DMV to issue to certain persons 25 years of age or older. signed by governor
HB99 Appeal bonds; adds unlawful detainer cases to list of actions for which an indigent must post bond. signed by governor
HB100 Assault and battery; penalty when against magistrate. dead
HB101 General registrar; power to request information to determine applicant's qualification to vote, etc. dead
HB102 Petit larceny; allows court to defer and dismiss first-offense charge. dead
HB103 Fair Housing Law; removes exemption of private individuals who sell or rent by owner, etc. dead
HB104 Elections; increases duration of time between filing deadlines and November elections. signed by governor
HB105 Appeals; court may impose additional requirements to security posted. signed by governor
HB106 Concealed handguns; person with valid permit allowed to carry in place of worship with permission. dead
HB107 Adult students; notifying schools when charged with certain crimes, etc. signed by governor
HB108 Firearms; disposition of those acquired by localities. dead
HB109 Firearms; repealing requirement for sellers of pistols to send report to clerk of circuit court. signed by governor
HB110 BPOL tax; localities to decide to impose on business's gross receipts or its State taxable income. dead
HB111 Schools; delayed implementation of statutes and regulations upon which full accreditation is based. signed by governor
HB112 Unborn children; constitutionally guaranteed rights. dead
HB113 Assault and battery; penalty when against fire marshals with police powers. dead
HB114 Campaign contributions; stored value cards prohibited. dead
HB115 Underground Utility Damage Prevention Act; sewer laterals. dead
HB116 Mail order pharmacy; insurer not limited to a single provider for services. signed by governor
HB117 Continuing care retirement community board of directors; resident representation. dead
HB118 Retirement System; disability retirement for local employees. dead
HB119 Income tax, corporate; eliminates State tax for taxable years on and after January 1, 2010. dead
HB120 Local debt; locality's budget shall contain statement of current and proposed total debt. dead
HB121 Virginia ports; requires approval of Governor and General Assembly before any change in ownership. dead
HB122 Conflict of interests; prohibited conduct for certain officers and employees of state government. dead
HB123 Virginia Nanotechnology Authority Act; created. dead
HB124 Alcoholic beverages; penalty for possession of open container in a motor vehicle. dead
HB125 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; materials provided by State Board of Elections & Attorney General. signed by governor
HB126 Judges; increases mandatory retirement age. dead
HB127 Overweight permits; makes carriers of coal, etc., responsible for obtaining. dead
HB128 Fishing license, special; DGIF to issue free licenses to disabled active duty military personnel. enacted
HB129 Land-disturbing activities; exempts certain activities from Erosion and Sediment Control Law. dead
HB130 Composite index, local; adjustment for state share of basic aid for certain school divisions. dead
HB131 Hunters for the Hungry; DGIF to include in hunting license application for donation of at least $2. signed by governor
HB132 Onsite sewage systems; prohibits VDH from issuing permits that are located in a wetland. dead
HB133 Personal property tax relief; removes weight limitation. dead
HB134 Outdoor advertising; 501(c)(3) sponsorships seen from highways are not deemed to be advertisement. dead
HB135 Budget process; changes from biennial budget to a budget covering a single fiscal year. dead
HB136 Blackwater River; designates a portion as component of State Scenic Rivers System. incorporated
HB137 Solid waste disposal; Isle of Wight and Southampton Counties to levy fees upon each household. dead
HB138 Aquaculture opportunity zones; Marine Resources Commission establish for propagation of shellfish. signed by governor
HB139 Correctional facilities, state; allows exception for purchase of products by state agencies. dead
HB140 Animal cruelty; narrows exemption to penalties available to owner of dog or cat. dead
HB141 Land preservation tax credit; nonprofit organizations holding a easement are ineligible to receive. signed by governor
HB142 Menhaden fisheries; extends sunset provision for harvest. signed by governor
HB143 Practitioner self-referral; clarifies those that may make a referral. signed by governor
HB144 DUI; DCJS to establish model policy for law-enforcement personnel for questioning those suspected. signed by governor
HB145 Reflectors on trailers; required on those that have an empty weight of 3,000 pounds or less. dead
HB146 Child support; court may order continuation for child over age 18 who is attending college. dead
HB147 Constitutional amendment; limit on taxes or revenues and Revenue Stabilization Fund. signed by governor
HB148 Certificate of public need; Commissioner of Health to issue additional beds for nursing homes. dead
HB149 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans. signed by governor
HB150 Prescription drugs; stored, etc., by community services board, behavioral health authorities, etc. signed by governor
HB151 Home/electronic incarceration program; deemed to be term of confinement for convicted offender. dead
HB152 Electronic security employees; those with valid permits may carry concealed handguns. dead
HB153 Physical therapy; advertising prohibited if not a licensed physical therapist or assistant. signed by governor
HB154 SOL; assessment to be included with initial administration scores and relevant accreditation rating. dead
HB155 Stormwater management programs; delays for two years DCR's regulations governing. incorporated
HB156 Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumption. dead
HB157 Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee for any reason. dead
HB158 Elections; qualified registered voter may vote in person 14 to three days before election. dead
HB159 Noise ordinance; authorizes governing body to adopt civil penalties. incorporated
HB160 Prisoners; mandatory testing for HIV. dead
HB161 Absentee voting; qualified voters to provide a reason for not being able to vote on election day. dead
HB162 Distribution of handbills, etc.; adds medians to list of places certain localities can prohibit. incorporated
HB163 Motor vehicles; prohibition on driving abreast does not apply to passing other vehicles. signed by governor
HB164 Protective orders; authorizes judicial officer to require respondent be subject to GPS monitoring. dead
HB165 Virginia Military Parents Equal Protection Act; stay of proceedings. dead
HB166 Capital murder; adds fire marshals, etc., to statute so death sentence can be imposed. signed by governor
HB167 Criminal Street Gang Act; adds burglary and shooting to list of predicate criminal acts. dead
HB168 Personal flotation devices; requires children 12 and under to wear. dead
HB169 Intellectual disability services system; restructuring. dead
HB170 Prostitution; penalty. dead
HB171 Firearms in locked vehicles; immunity from liability. dead
HB172 Sex offenders; prohibiting proximity to children. dead
HB173 Influenza vaccine; certified emergency medical services personnel may administer and dispense. signed by governor
HB174 Veterans Services; eliminates requirement that Wounded Warrior Program cover only combat injuries. signed by governor
HB175 Barrier crimes; limits assault-related crimes to felony assault crimes only. dead
HB176 Speed limits; provides for 70 mph on certain portions of I-95 and I-295. incorporated
HB177 Seasonal tax preparation employees; disqualifies employee from receiving unemployment compensation. dead
HB178 Seasonal or temporary workers; disqualifies employee from unemployment compensation benefits. dead
HB179 Nonpartisan Redistricting Commission Act; created. dead
HB180 Marijuana; loss of driving privilege if convicted for possession in a motor vehicle. dead
HB181 Gift cards; prohibits issuance of those that automatically expire as a result of passage of time. dead
HB182 Incarcerated defendant; waiver of payment of interest on fines and costs accrued. dead
HB183 Expungement of criminal record; allows a person to have his conviction expunged after 10 years. dead
HB184 Petition to vacate finding of guilt of convicted person; upon discovery of new evidence. dead
HB185 Elections; qualified registered voter may vote in person from 14 to three days before election. dead
HB186 Smoking in cars with minor present; civil penalty. dead
HB187 Open-end lending; provides extensions of credit secured by motor vehicle titles, caps interest. dead
HB188 Payday Loans; limiting interest to a maximum annual rate of 36 percent. dead
HB189 Immunizations; philosophical exemption. dead
HB190 Motor vehicle buyer's order; revises kinds of transactions involving dealer-arranged financing. signed by governor
HB191 Common Interest Community Board; clarification for complaints. signed by governor
HB192 Fair Housing Board; establishes educational materials on Fair Housing Law. signed by governor
HB193 Aerospace Advisory Council; removes July 1, 2010, sunset provision. signed by governor
HB194 Filled subaqueous land; person who purchases lands to pay cost of preparing transfer documents. dead
HB195 Community services boards; reduces period of time a person must wait before being reappointed. signed by governor
HB196 Graduation requirements; delayed implementation. signed by governor
HB197 Secondary highway system; requirements for taking new streets into system. signed by governor
HB198 Pharmacy contracts; establishes requirements for audit procedures. dead
HB199 MEI Project Approval Commission; expands scope of incentive packages to be reviewed. signed by governor
HB200 Service districts annual tax; shall only be levied upon specific classification of real estate. signed by governor
HB201 Human remains; proper handling by funeral establishment. enacted
HB202 Campaign finance disclosure; person filing to attach a copy of most recent bank statement. dead
HB203 Wrongful incarceration; definition, compensation. signed by governor
HB204 Customer telecommunications services; authorization and verification for products on telephone bill. signed by governor
HB205 Residential property insurance; duty of insurer to repair damages. dead
HB206 Aboveground liquid fertilizer storage tanks; requires localities to adopt ordinance that regulates. incorporated
HB207 Police lineups; establishes a uniform procedure to be used by all law-enforcement agencies. dead
HB208 School divisions, local; policy on Internet shall be posted on its website. signed by governor
HB209 Outdoor signs and advertising; penalties collected for violations of provisions. signed by governor
HB210 Extortion; person who threatens injury to property including sale, etc., of identifying information. signed by governor
HB211 Freedom of Information Act; definition of scholastic record. signed by governor
HB212 Handheld personal communications device; texting while driving primary offense. dead
HB213 Residential Landlord and Tenant Act and Landlord and Tenant law; definition of landlord. signed by governor
HB214 HOV lanes; extends date for use by vehicle with clean special fuel license plates. signed by governor
HB215 Campaign telephone calls; prohibits campaign person from falsifying identification information. signed by governor
HB216 Assault and battery against a family or household member; protective order, penalty. dead
HB217 Absentee ballot lists; SBE to provide an electronic copy of applicant list to any political party. signed by governor
HB218 Stalking; enhanced penalties. dead
HB219 Adverse possession; abolition. dead
HB220 Polling places; clarifies exemption allowing a voter to enter wearing apparel with candidate's name. signed by governor
HB221 Handheld personal communication device; person guilty of careless driving unless in hands-free mode. dead
HB222 Secondary highway system; VDOT & DRPT to review new design standards components therefor. signed by governor
HB223 Estate tax; dedication of revenues collected. dead
HB224 Highways; payments to cities and towns for maintenance. dead
HB225 Standards of Quality; apportionment of state and local share. dead
HB226 TANF; eligibility of assistance when convicted of drug-related felonies. dead
HB227 Sex offender; prohibiting entry onto school property of those that are violent, exceptions. signed by governor
HB228 Personal property tax relief; deletes requirement that vehicle held in trust can qualify. signed by governor
HB229 Driver's license, provisional; restriction for those transporting up to three children under age 15. dead
HB230 Motor fuels tax rate increase; allocation of construction funds for primary highway system. dead
HB231 Interpleader of real estate escrows; suits shall go to district court in event of foreclosure. signed by governor
HB232 Rental property; civil penalty imposed on certain property owners. dead
HB233 Affordable housing units; assessments. enacted
HB234 License plates, special; issuance to members and former members of U.S. Navy. dead
HB235 Banking institutions; criminal punishment for false statements regarding financial condition. dead
HB236 Firearms; Class 1 misdemeanor to discharge in certain areas. dead
HB237 Income tax, state; job creation tax credit. dead
HB238 Students with Disabilities Tuition Assistance Grant Program; created. dead
HB239 Animal protection officers; powers of those in localities with county manager form of government. signed by governor
HB240 Judicial Council and Committee on District Courts; repeals statutory provisions. dead
HB241 Judges; mandatory retirement, General Assembly to approve retired judges under temporary recall. in subcommittee
HB242 Judicial vacancies; removes requirement of certifying prior to legislature filling vacancies. dead
HB243 Accessories after the fact; increased to Class 6 felony for person guilty in capital murder case. dead
HB244 Possession of contraband by a prisoner; guilty of Class 1 misdemeanor. dead
HB245 Gate City, Town of; Transportation Board to allow provision of access roads. dead
HB246 Local government investment pool; limitations. dead
HB247 Involuntary commitment order; reduces length of time a person can appeal to circuit court. signed by governor
HB248 Psychiatric treatment; revises Psychiatric Inpatient Treatment of Minors Act. enacted
HB249 School calendar; opening of 2010-2011 school year in Planning Districts 5 and 12. dead
HB250 Contractors, Board for; raises threshold for Class C contractors license. signed by governor
HB251 Self-defense; person who lawfully occupies dwelling may use degree of force against an intruder. incorporated
HB252 Unemployment benefits; waiver of overpayment due to administrative error. dead
HB253 Registered and practical nurses; licensure qualifications. dead
HB254 Juvenile records; DJJ to provide information in an investigation of criminal street gang. incorporated
HB255 Gang membership reporting; Juvenile Justice to enter names in Organized Criminal Gang File. incorporated
HB256 Prisons; disposal of unclaimed personal property of prisoner. signed by governor
HB257 Homebound instruction services; Board of Education shall review its regulations. signed by governor
HB258 Individual health insurance coverage; expands scope of who is eligible. signed by governor
HB259 Transportation-disadvantaged persons; requires State to develop plans to assist. dead
HB260 Insurance; SCC to require person to make restitution if improperly withholds money. signed by governor
HB261 Low-profit limited liability companies; definition. dead
HB262 One-stop small business permitting program; exemption of handling fee for veterans. signed by governor
HB263 Grass; adds City of Winchester to list of localities authorized to require cutting. signed by governor
HB264 Housing authorities; no trespass notices. dead
HB265 Medicare supplement policies; available to individuals under age 65 due to a disability. dead
HB266 Commonwealth Teachers Program; established. dead
HB267 Advance Health Care Directive Registry; notification to physicians. signed by governor
HB268 Income tax, corporate; Renewable Energy Job Creation tax credit. dead
HB269 Retail Sales and Use Tax; increases rate on motor fuels in Northern Virginia. dead
HB270 Vaccination of school children; Department of Health to develop plan for all students in State. signed by governor
HB271 Individual income, corporate income, and sales and use taxes; restructuring various taxes. dead
HB272 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; definition of law-enforcement officer. dead
HB273 Retirement System; benefits for deputy sheriffs. signed by governor
HB274 Higher educational institution; governing board to provide automatic acceptance of resident student. dead
HB275 Estate Tax; tax rate is one-half of amount of federal credit as it existed on January 1, 1978. dead
HB276 Highway maintenance funds; requires CTB to allocate funds on basis of achieving level of disparity. dead
HB277 Washington Bypass transportation corridor; Transportation Board to establish. dead
HB278 Human remains; provider to maintain refrigeration at 40 degrees or embalmed if stored over 48 hours. signed by governor
HB279 Alcoholic beverage control; third party shipment of wine and beer. incorporated
HB280 Fraud to accomplish vote on union organization; person guilty of misdemeanor. dead
HB281 Animal cruelty; increases penalties. signed by governor
HB282 Newspapers; may petition circuit court for authority to publish legal notices and publications. dead
HB283 General district courts; electronic filing of civil cases. signed by governor
HB284 Investment of public funds; removes requirement that public funds must be invested in certificates. signed by governor
HB285 Companion animals; court may include in protective order provisions prohibiting harm. dead
HB286 Schedule VI prescriptions; allows practitioner to prescribe if there is an urgency for treatment. signed by governor
HB287 Marinas; regulation, establishment of Marina Fund. dead
HB288 Stalking; penalty. dead
HB289 Retirement System; authority to manage and invest certain funds. dead
HB290 Fire programs; fire/EMS departments donating equipment shall be immune from civil liability. signed by governor
HB291 Bail decision; specifies court which bond amount or term of recognizance should be appealed. signed by governor
HB292 Circuit courts; shall have original and general jurisdiction over certain cases. dead
HB293 Circuit courts and judges; clarifies authority. passed senate
HB294 Menhaden fishery; Marine Resources Commission to adopt regulations. dead
HB295 Oceana/Fentress Military Advisory Council; membership. signed by governor
HB296 Water safety zones; authorizes marine patrol divisions in Tidewater localities to patrol. signed by governor
HB297 Noise ordinance; authorizes governing body to adopt civil penalties. signed by governor
HB298 Removal of motor vehicles; adds Prince William Co. to localities that may remove or immobilize. incorporated
HB299 Uniform Statewide Building Code; increases civil penalty. incorporated
HB300 Tuition, in-state; eligibility for dependents of civilian personnel of the military. dead
HB301 Autopsy; retention and disposal of specimens. dead
HB302 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain computer equipment and enabling software. enacted
HB303 Health insurance; mandated coverage for autism spectrum disorder. dead
HB304 Va. Grade Level Alternative; justification shall be provided for each student considered therefor. signed by governor
HB305 Voluntary admission; person admitted to facility for mental health treatment after detention order. dead
HB306 Adverse medical outcomes; pilot program created. dead
HB307 Involuntary temporary detention order; hearing after execution. dead
HB308 Mobile dental clinics; Board of Dentistry to develop regulations. signed by governor
HB309 Summary judgment; documents that can serve as basis for motion. dead
HB310 Offers of judgment; costs. dead
HB311 Inmates; hospitalization in local correctional facilities. signed by governor
HB312 Building Code; appeals to local board and State Technical Review Board. signed by governor
HB313 Industrialized Building Safety Law; appeals to State Building Code Technical Review Board. signed by governor
HB314 DNA data bank; DFS to receive samples of human biological evidence to analyze, etc., results of DNA. signed by governor
HB315 Health insurance; continuation of group health coverage upon termination of eligibility. signed by governor
HB316 VRS; permits general registrars to retire with 20 years at an unreduced allowance at age 50. dead
HB317 Group health insurance; enrollment opportunities. signed by governor
HB318 Manufacturing facility; expands definition to include those used in creation of intangible property. signed by governor
HB319 Funeral services; prerequisites for cremation. signed by governor
HB320 HOV lanes; extends date for use by vehicle with clean special fuel license plates. incorporated
HB321 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; disclosure of government employment. incorporated
HB322 Rabies vaccination; exempts certain dogs and cats. signed by governor
HB323 Bipartisan Redistricting Commission; created. dead
HB324 Retirement System; increases service retirement allowance. dead
HB325 Respite Care Registry and Fund; Department for Aging to establish. incorporated
HB326 Mercury thermostats; Waste Management Board to adopt regulations to encourage recycling. signed by governor
HB327 Electric energy efficiency standard; established. dead
HB328 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; Clerks of House & Senate establish searchable database. dead
HB329 Lawn fertilizers; prohibits use and application of those that contain phosphorus. dead
HB330 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; jurisdiction of House & Senate Ethics Advisory Panels. incorporated
HB331 Charter schools, public; Board may submit recommendation to school board to approve applications. dead
HB332 Alternative onsite sewage systems; routine testing. dead
HB333 Naming highways, etc.; allows Transportation Board to name. dead
HB334 Abortion; information required for informed consent. in committee
HB335 Residency training; accredited courses to be completed for licensure to practice medicine. dead
HB336 Cash proffers; broadens locality's ability to use for capital projects. dead
HB337 Charter; Town of Middleburg. signed by governor
HB338 Claims; Mr. and Mrs. Brian Cebula. dead
HB339 Foreign insurers; requires SCC to issue a license authorizing insurer to transact business in State. dead
HB340 Elections; evidence of qualifications from candidate. dead
HB341 Elections; voter integrity and identification provisions. dead
HB342 Alcoholic beverage control; privatization of ABC stores. dead
HB343 Community development authorities; permitted to request locality levy and collect special tax. dead
HB344 Efficiency in Government Advisory Councils; established. dead
HB345 Medicaid; withdrawal upon passage of federal health reform. dead
HB346 Small Estate Act; revises by repealing related provisions in Code. signed by governor
HB347 Anesthesia; hospitals develop procedure for discharge of individuals who had procedures requiring. dead
HB348 Common Interest Community Board; increase in annual assessment. dead
HB349 Veterans services agencies; designees for certain ex officio members. signed by governor
HB350 Distribution of handbills, etc.; adds median & public roadway to places locality can regulate, etc. signed by governor
HB351 Virginia School Construction Revolving Fund; created, report. dead
HB352 Group life insurance coverage; extended to persons mutually agreed upon by insurer and policyholder. signed by governor
HB353 Standards of Quality; average teacher salary. dead
HB354 Alcoholic beverage control; creates hotel manager's reception license. dead
HB355 State Tax Expenditure Report; State Tax Commissioner to issue annually and post on its website. signed by governor
HB356 Campaign finance; print media requirements. signed by governor
HB357 Jail farms; transportation of prisoners. signed by governor
HB358 Regional Industrial Facilities Act; method by which member locality of authority may withdraw. incorporated
HB359 Community development authorities; permitted to request locality levy and collect special tax. dead
HB360 Jail superintendent and jail officers; powers and authority of sheriff or sheriff's deputy. dead
HB361 Regional jails; disposition of fees for prisoners' keep. signed by governor
HB362 Early voting; any registered voter may vote in person from 19 to three days before election. dead
HB363 Vacant building registration; increases fee required of an owner of building vacant for 12 months. dead
HB364 Local business license tax; payment of all taxes prior to license renewal or issuance. dead
HB365 Local vehicle licenses; agreements with DMV. signed by governor
HB366 Rabies vaccination certificates; veterinarians to forward copies to treasurer of locality. in subcommittee
HB367 Bad checks; recovery if stop-payment order placed in bad faith. signed by governor
HB368 Regional criminal justice academy training; local fee charged to support. signed by governor
HB369 Statewide Building Code; rental inspection ordinance may require certain owners to post signs. dead
HB370 Transient occupancy tax; adds Alleghany County to those that may impose. signed by governor
HB371 Certificate of public need; establishment of psychiatric services. signed by governor
HB372 Minors; name change presumed to be in minor's best interest. dead
HB373 Hunting, trapping, and fishing; courts may revoke license and privilege if convicted of violations. signed by governor
HB374 Cash proffers; collected or accepted by locality after completion of final inspection. signed by governor
HB375 Removal of mercury switches from scrap and recycled vehicles; manufacturers to submit plans to DEQ. dead
HB376 Service by publication; validates orders of those processed by a clerk or deputy clerk. enacted
HB377 Equitable distribution; monetary award in divorce case may be enforceable same as judgment. signed by governor
HB378 Golf carts; may cross at any intersection marked as a golf cart crossing in certain towns. signed by governor
HB379 Credit line deeds of trust; under same statute of limitation as other deeds of trust and mortgages. dead
HB380 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; criteria for awarding grants and loans. signed by governor
HB381 Motor vehicle titles; exempts special construction and forestry equipment from being titled. dead
HB382 Funeral services; burial power of attorney. signed by governor
HB383 Utility cooperatives; electing members of board of directors by proportional representation. dead
HB384 Income tax, individual; reporting requirements. signed by governor
HB385 Suspension of state mandates; Governor may suspend any mandate, not to exceed two years. signed by governor
HB386 Deposits; removes stated maturity date. signed by governor
HB387 Telephone utilities; SCC to treat all providers of local exchange telephone service equitably. signed by governor
HB388 Register Act; final regulations must be accompanied by statement in original or electronic form. signed by governor
HB389 Virginia Offshore Wind Development Authority; created. signed by governor
HB390 Voting equipment requirements; electoral board may exclude absentee voters in calculation thereof. signed by governor
HB391 Highways; payments to cities and towns for maintenance of certain. dead
HB392 Vehicles damaged by water; increases threshold for reporting water damage. dead
HB393 Abortion clinics; licensure and regulation. dead
HB394 Standards of Quality; requirements for standard, modified, or advanced studies diploma. signed by governor
HB395 Helmet use; exempts operators and passengers riding on motorcycles with wheels of 8' or less. dead
HB396 Water and wastewater utilities; delinquent payment of rates and charges. dead
HB397 Statewide uniform grading policy; requires Board of Education to establish. incorporated
HB398 Virginia-grown food products by state agencies; DGS to establish procurement procedures to purchase. dead
HB399 Bear, deer, & wildlife kill permits; utilize bear, deer, & wildlife only for human consumption. signed by governor
HB400 Centennial of Woodrow Wilson's Presidency, Virginia Commission on; established. dead
HB401 Local government; publication of notices for charter changes, referenda, and public hearings. dead
HB402 Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel; VDOT to accept for review unsolicited proposals to add capacity. signed by governor
HB403 Move over law; drivers to move left when approaching certain vehicles displaying flashing lights. incorporated
HB404 Transportation funding and administration; provides funding in certain localities. dead
HB405 Fair Housing Board; establish program for persons subject to Fair Housing Law. incorporated
HB406 Contractors, Board for; certification of accessibility mechanics. signed by governor
HB407 Landlord and tenant laws; landlord and tenant obligations. signed by governor
HB408 Real Estate Appraiser Board; regulation of appraisal management companies, penalty. signed by governor
HB409 Contractors, Board for; prerequisite for obtaining business license. signed by governor
HB410 Certificate of public need; Commissioner of Health to accept for relocation of certain beds. dead
HB411 Shaken baby syndrome; Department of Social Services to develop information, its effect, etc. signed by governor
HB412 Payday and open-end credit lenders; local regulation and limits number thereof. dead
HB413 Lending activities; locality to adopt ordinance requiring special exception or special use permit. dead
HB414 Motor vehicle equity loans; establishes requirements, penalties. dead
HB415 Certificate of public need; relocation of nursing home beds from one facility to another facility. signed by governor
HB416 Contractors, Board for; adds certified water well systems provider. signed by governor
HB417 Exchange Facilitators Act; established. signed by governor
HB418 Transportation Board; rules and regulations. signed by governor
HB419 Veterans Services, Department of; processing of disability claims. signed by governor
HB420 License plates, special; issuance to those with certain medical conditions. dead
HB421 Transportation Board; may allocate funds in Mass Transit Fund designated for capital purposes. signed by governor
HB422 Uniform Statewide Building Code; regulations of Board of Housing and Community Development. dead
HB423 Food Standards for Agency Meals; Secretary of Health and Human Resources to develop. dead
HB424 Audiologists; authority to dispense hearing aids. dead
HB425 Income tax, state; voluntary contributions for nonprofit human services programs. dead
HB426 Public Procurement Act; cooperative procurement. signed by governor
HB427 Revenue Estimates, Advisory Council on; permits Governor to add any member of General Assembly. dead
HB428 Legislative bills; repeals provisions requiring certain bills to be filed on first day of session. signed by governor
HB429 Animal welfare; prohibits city or county from euthanizing or adoption of any dog solely on breed. dead
HB430 Real property tax assessment; Department of Taxation to establish qualifications for certification. signed by governor
HB431 Freedom of Information Act; proceedings for enforcement. signed by governor
HB432 FOIA; exemption for working papers and correspondence of Clerks of House and Senate. signed by governor
HB433 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; collection of social security numbers. signed by governor
HB434 Freedom of Information Act; exemption for credit card and bank account data. signed by governor
HB435 Identity fraud using identifying information of a minor; penalty. dead
HB436 Donations by localities; may donate to nonprofit organizations providing energy efficiency services. signed by governor
HB437 Real property tax; permits localities to collect roll-back taxes. dead
HB438 Dam safety; Soil and Water Conservation Board to establish incremental damage analysis procedure. signed by governor
HB439 Common Interest Community Board; provisional licenses for property managers. dead
HB440 Accident and sickness insurance policies; coverage of children who are under age 27. dead
HB441 Community and agricultural net metering; requires State Corporation Commission to establish program. dead
HB442 Electric utilities; authorizes retail customer to continue purchasing renewable energy. signed by governor
HB443 Adoption; amends eligibility and application process requirements for assistance. signed by governor
HB444 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; prohibited contracts, exceptions. signed by governor
HB445 DMV eye exams; allows greater flexibility assessing applicants' and licensees' horizontal vision. signed by governor
HB446 Workers' compensation; exclusion of certain employees. dead
HB447 Income tax, state; remainder of revenues transferred to Land Conservation Fund for distribution. signed by governor
HB448 Virginia Life, Accident & Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association; coverage for polices & contracts. signed by governor
HB449 Freedom of Information Act; injunctive relief for public bodies under certain circumstances. dead
HB450 Elections; person appointed to fill a vacancy shall exercise all powers of elected office. signed by governor
HB451 Rental assistance pilot project; established, report. dead
HB452 Limited service pregnancy centers; Department of Health to promulgate regulations for registration. dead
HB453 Protective orders; service of notice by law-enforcement officer. dead
HB454 Human Rights Council; expands protection for employees for discrimination by certain employers. dead
HB455 Discrimination by public employers; based on genetic characteristics prohibited. dead
HB456 Preliminary hearing; admissibility of certificates of analysis at trial. dead
HB457 Tax information; disclosure of to Executive Director of Northern Virginia Transportation Commission. signed by governor
HB458 Attorney-issued summons; protective orders. signed by governor
HB459 Pedestrians and drivers; sets out responsibilities at marked and unmarked crosswalks. dead
HB460 Minority Business Enterprise; changes name to Supplier Diversity & Procurement Advocacy. dead
HB461 Photo-monitoring systems; operator may enter into agreement with DMV to obtain vehicle information. dead
HB462 Aftermarket exhaust system components; prohibits sale when in violation of exhaust noise limits. dead
HB463 Hospital emergency departments; required to develop and maintain electronic health records. dead
HB464 Respite Care Registry and Fund; Department for Aging to establish. dead
HB465 Jury verdict; allows court to amend pleadings to conform to amount awarded. passed subcommittee
HB466 Charter; City of Hampton. dead
HB467 Hampton Federal Area Development Authority; expands membership. signed by governor
HB468 Common interest communities; exemptions from licensure, powers and duties. signed by governor
HB469 War Memorial Foundation; inclusion in Virginia War Memorial. dead
HB470 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; foreclosure on lien for unpaid assessments. dead
HB471 Community College Scholarship Match Program; created. dead
HB472 License plates, special; issuance to those bearing legend: FRIENDS OF COAL, etc. passed senate
HB473 Weight limits; extends sunset provision for trucks hauling gravel, etc., in coal-producing counties. signed by governor
HB474 Public utility lines; procedure municipality may obtain to place across a railroad right-of-way. dead
HB475 Concealed handgun permit; permit to carry in part of school building not being used for activities. dead
HB476 Polygraphs & other detection devices; Director of DPOR to approve use to detect deception or truth. signed by governor
HB477 Electric utilities; limit on increases in base rates. dead
HB478 Citizen reported issues and requests; locality to establish database for information. dead
HB479 Veterans Services, Department of; shall provide burial vaults at no cost to eligible veterans. signed by governor
HB480 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; CTB to conduct third party audits of agreements executed. dead
HB481 Claims; Lois Ann Grimes. dead
HB482 Credit unions; conversion to a state mutual savings institution. signed by governor
HB483 Juvenile correctional centers; appointment of counsel to assist confined individuals. dead
HB484 Water or sewer companies; serving more than 25 customers to incorporate as public service company. dead
HB485 Governor; shall initiate an operational and programmatic performance review of state agencies. enacted
HB486 Impeding hunting; unlawful for person to put out bait or salt for wildlife in place used by hunters. signed by governor
HB487 Game and Inland Fisheries, Board of; expands authority to adopt regulations on feeding game, etc. signed by governor
HB488 Model bow hunting; ordinances are to include times of day in which hunting can occur and limits. signed by governor
HB489 Concealed weapon and concealed handgun permits; reorganizes existing law. dead
HB490 Concealed handguns; development of plan for issuance of lifetime permit by State Police. dead
HB491 Consumable materials; authorizes a school board to charge fees. signed by governor
HB492 Removal of motor vehicles; adds Prince William Co. to localities that may remove or immobilize. incorporated
HB493 Uniform Statewide Building Code; increases civil penalty. incorporated
HB494 Notary public; civil immunity for local government officers, employees, and volunteers. dead
HB495 Churches; exempts serving meals prepared in homes of members from licensure requirements. signed by governor
HB496 Condominium & Property Owners Association Acts; increases time charge for violation may be assessed. dead
HB497 Voter registration applications; proof of citizenship. dead
HB498 Voter identification requirements; may vote a provisional ballot if can't provide proof of ID. dead
HB499 Candidates for office; required to file copy of petition signed by qualified voters. signed by governor
HB500 Preliminary hearing; admissibility of certificates of analysis at hearing and trial. signed by governor
HB501 Jordan River; designates portion thereof as component of State Scenic Rivers System. signed by governor
HB502 Triggerman rule; redefinition thereof. in committee
HB503 Hughes River; designates portion thereof as component of State Scenic Rivers System. signed by governor
HB504 Speed limits; unposted maximum speed on nonsurface treated highways in Rappahannock County, 35 mph. signed by governor
HB505 Concealed handguns; prohibits person carrying onto premises of restaurants from consuming alcohol. signed by governor
HB506 Roy D. Smith III Memorial Bridge; designating as Island Ford Road bridge over Shenandoah River. dead
HB507 Transportation services; those that operate as nonprofit organization & serve senior citizens, etc. signed by governor
HB508 Sewage sludge; Water Control Board to notify owners of land of proposed land application site. dead
HB509 Alcoholic beverage control; disposition of net profits. dead
HB510 State Inspector General; established. dead
HB511 Retirement System; modifies retirement plans. dead
HB512 Lyme disease; allows a licensed physician to prescribe long-term antibiotic therapy. dead
HB513 Motor vehicles; administrative impoundment thereof when driving without an operator's license. enacted
HB514 Long-term services; SHHR develop blueprint for livable communities for people with disabilities. signed by governor
HB515 Wetlands and stream mitigation; prohibits localities from regulating location of projects. signed by governor
HB516 Condemnations; highway construction. signed by governor
HB517 Uniform Statewide Building Code; court may order violations on nonresidential buildings be abated. signed by governor
HB518 Freedom of Information Act; public body shall remain responsible for retrieving public records, etc. signed by governor
HB519 Minority Business Enterprise, Department of; enhancement measures for small, women-owned, etc. dead
HB520 Sale of firearms at firearms shows; person who sells 3 or more to be licensed as a firearms dealer. dead
HB521 Plastic bags; bans use by retailers at point of sale unless designed and manufactured for reuse. dead
HB522 Deferred disposition in criminal cases; allows court to dismiss cases other than Class 4 felonies. dead
HB523 Income tax, state; exemption for any income taxed as long-term capital gain for federal income tax. enacted
HB524 Lobbyist's disclosure statement; Secretary of Commonwealth to redesign form. dead
HB525 Medical information; notification to residents if their information is subject of database breach. incorporated
HB526 State Corporation Commission; filings that contain personal identifying information. signed by governor
HB527 Elections, State Board of; provides for position of Director of Elections. dead
HB528 Physical restraint of student; requires school principal or his designee to notify parents. dead
HB529 Electronic notary public; evidence of identity in case of an electronic notarization. in committee
HB530 Route 1; designating as Historic Route 1 in State. enacted
HB531 Insurance rate filings; exempts insurance rate-related information filed with SCC from inspection. signed by governor
HB532 Home service contract providers; exempts those that have certain worth from licensure regulation. signed by governor
HB533 Steps to Advance Virginia's Energy Plan (SAVE) Act; created. signed by governor
HB534 Distribution of handbills, etc.; grants Chesterfield County power to regulate and prohibit. incorporated
HB535 Unemployment benefits; minimum earnings requirement, postpones scheduled increase. signed by governor
HB536 Individual health insurance coverage; resident of State shall not be required to obtain a policy. dead
HB537 Golden Age Card; Department of Conservation and Recreation to establish. dead
HB538 Amber warning lights; allows non-tow trucks owned by towing and recovery businesses to be equipped. signed by governor
HB539 Group accident and sickness insurance coverage; minimum number of covered persons. dead
HB540 Salem Highway Construction District Transportation Revenue Fund; established. dead
HB541 Group accident and sickness insurance; coverage extended to insure parent of insured group member. dead
HB542 Minority Business Enterprise, Department of; includes retired military personnel-owned business. dead
HB543 Prisoners; use to maintain medians or other nontraveled portions of state highways. signed by governor
HB544 Hunting license; DGIF to issue at no cost to state residents who are on active military service. dead
HB545 Machinery & tools; tax exemption when used to create production components using recycled materials. dead
HB546 Motor carriers of passengers; requires permits from DMV before operating on highways. dead
HB547 Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System & Registry; requires mortgage lenders and brokers to register. enacted
HB548 Group health insurance policies; provide a discount to employers who institute wellness programs. signed by governor
HB549 Driver licenses and permits; requirement for renewal, etc., for person under medical review by DMV. signed by governor
HB550 Unemployment benefits; VEC to negotiate terms of repayment benefits which recipient is not entitled. signed by governor
HB551 Animal care; adoption of regulations permitting non-commercial intrastate transportation by officer. dead
HB552 Vested rights; includes right to replace existing on-site sewage system. signed by governor
HB553 Signs; provides local government authority to regulate. enacted
HB554 COBRA; continuation coverage following termination of employment. signed by governor
HB555 Enterprise Zone Grant Program; preference for allocating grant funds. signed by governor
HB556 Health insurance, basic; HMOs to offer plans that do not include state-mandated benefits. signed by governor
HB557 School calendar; requirement that school begin after Labor Day may be waived by Board of Education. signed by governor
HB558 Standards of Quality; changes in provisions. dead
HB559 Wrongful incarceration for felony conviction; individuals granted an absolute pardon. signed by governor
HB560 Retirement System; changes to sickness and disability plan. signed by governor
HB561 Retirement System; optional life insurance. signed by governor
HB562 Retirement System; retirement supplement. signed by governor
HB563 Decibel level of sound; authorizes a law-enforcement officer to use certain equipment to determine. signed by governor
HB564 Norfolk/Virginia Beach light rail project; funds will be expended in accordance with FTA. signed by governor
HB565 School calendar; local school boards to set first day of school. dead
HB566 Standards of Quality; local school board to include in its annual report. signed by governor
HB567 Public Procurement Act; state-aid construction projects. signed by governor
HB568 Capital murder; notice to State of expert testimony 60 days before trial. signed by governor
HB569 Juveniles; adds specific offenses to provisions of transfer statute requiring preliminary hearing. dead
HB570 Real property tax assessments; appeals. dead
HB571 Accessories after the fact; increased to Class 6 felony for person guilty in capital murder case. dead
HB572 District court; procedure for assumption of duties of chief judge. signed by governor
HB573 Public nuisances; locality to include activity or conduct that causes annoyance, etc. dead
HB574 Virginia Life, Accident and Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association; coverage. incorporated
HB575 School divisions, local; flexibility in meeting specific state education mandates. incorporated
HB576 Individual health insurance coverage; resident of State shall not be required to obtain a policy. incorporated
HB577 Real property tax; time to appeal assessments extended. dead
HB578 Trapping of rabbits; person may use box trap to transport for release onto other property in State. dead
HB579 Motorcycles; required to use muffler system in good working order that meets federal standards. dead
HB580 Vehicle license fees; allows localities to exempt members of certain sheriff's volunteer units. signed by governor
HB581 Paraprofessional training; person seeking licensure to obtain certificate in autism disorders. dead
HB582 Center for Rural Virginia; expansion and promotion of agricultural opportunities. enacted
HB583 Farm businesses; local restrictions. dead
HB584 Highway rest areas and residency offices; VDOT to reopen. dead
HB585 VCIN; person who has violated provisions of his post-release supervision to be entered into system. signed by governor
HB586 Local government; publication of notices for charter changes, referenda, and public hearings. dead
HB587 Pharmacists; supervision of pharmacy technicians. signed by governor
HB588 Alcoholic beverages; portion of wine liter tax collected to be deposited in Wine Promotion Fund. signed by governor
HB589 Code Commission; expands membership. signed by governor
HB590 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; removes obsolete language from Title 54.1. signed by governor
HB591 Administrative Process Act; removes obsolete exemptions. signed by governor
HB592 Federal rent control; repealing Code that declared unneccessary. signed by governor
HB593 License plates, special; repeals authorizations for issuance when required minimum not received. incorporated
HB594 Revenue Stabilization Fund; establishes a mechanism to provide tax relief to taxpayers. dead
HB595 Business Assistance, Department of; transfer duties to Economic Development Partnership Authority. dead
HB596 State Corporation Commission; filing fee moratorium for new business entities. dead
HB597 Signing death certificates; continuing education upon receipt of three or more complaints. dead
HB598 Cemetery Board; exemptions. dead
HB599 Income tax, state; Public/Private Education Investment Tax Credit, created. in committee
HB600 Criminal justice training academies; locality may eliminate requirement to contain word training. signed by governor
HB601 Medical laboratory scientists technicians; may practice if registered with Board of Medicine. dead
HB602 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; authority of Governor to award grants. incorporated
HB603 Workers' Compensation Commission; notices, orders, etc., by electronic communications. signed by governor
HB604 Center for Rural Virginia Board of Trustees; membership. signed by governor
HB605 Housing and Community Development, Board for; powers. signed by governor
HB606 Investor-owned electric utilities; establishes process used by SCC in reviews of rates, etc. incorporated
HB607 Technology, Nanotechnology, and Biotechnology Investment Fund; created. dead
HB608 Contributions from certain attorneys; penalty. dead
HB609 Government Efficiency Review Commission; established. dead
HB610 Retirement System; defined contribution retirement plan for eligible members. dead
HB611 Budget Bill; Director of House Appropriations Committee estimate net change in number of employees. dead
HB612 Corporations; payment of annual registration fees. signed by governor
HB613 Machinery and tools; classification as intangible personal property, exemption from local tax. dead
HB614 Income tax laws; conformity to Internal Revenue Code. dead
HB615 Public Procurement Act; small, women, minority, and service disabled veteran-owned businesses. dead
HB616 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Relay for Life. dead
HB617 House and Senate Ethics Advisory Panels; completion of inquiry once initiated. dead
HB618 Local ordinances; permits locality to obtain determination by circuit court as to constitutionality. signed by governor
HB619 Erosion and sediment control; may assess civil penalty. signed by governor
HB620 Alcoholic beverages; designates as agents of ABC Board distiller who blends alcoholic beverages. signed by governor
HB621 Rabies; clarifies procedures and responsibilities to prevent and control. enacted
HB622 Education & financial literacy; implement through relevant SOL and career and technical programs. dead
HB623 Substitute teachers; may be employed longer than 90 teaching days in a school year. signed by governor
HB624 Major business facility job tax credit; business that creates at least 50 qualified full-time jobs. signed by governor
HB625 Real Estate Board; waive broker education requirement for certain applicants. dead
HB626 Tobacco products tax; moist snuff tax shall be computed based on net weight listed by manufacturer. signed by governor
HB627 Cultural heritage sites; Director of DCR to establish directory of historical facilities and sites. signed by governor
HB628 Electric transmission lines; amends existing provisions related to undergrounding of certain lines. dead
HB629 Successor corporations; applicability of limitations on asbestos-related liabilities. in committee
HB630 Wine and beer; licensee may ship through approved fulfillment warehouse. signed by governor
HB631 Commonwealth Transportation Commissioner; advertising for bids. signed by governor
HB632 Income tax, corporate and individual; credit for land conservation. dead
HB633 Conflict of Interests Act; prohibited conduct relating to contracts, exceptions. signed by governor
HB634 Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc., Board for; exceptions from licensure. dead
HB635 Subdivision of land; dividing lot for sale or gift may include family member's spouse. signed by governor
HB636 Appeal of bail decision; court is determined based on where initial determination was made, etc. dead
HB637 Concealed handgun permit; waives fee for certain members of United States Coast Guard. signed by governor
HB638 Bipartisan Redistricting Commission; created. dead
HB639 Investor-owned electric utilities; regulation of rates by State Corporation Commission. dead
HB640 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; changes name to Commonwealth Economic Development Fund. passed subcommittee
HB641 Freedom of Information Act; requests for records may be made by any citizen of United States. dead
HB642 General Assembly; allowance to members for office expenses and supplies. dead
HB643 House and Senate Ethics Advisory Panels; completion of inquiry once initiated. incorporated
HB644 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; clarifies that member commits knowing violation of Act. incorporated
HB645 Enterprise zone job creation grants; business firm is eligible for up to five years for each grant. dead
HB646 Candidates; qualification considered a case decision and subject to Administrative Process Act. dead
HB647 Unemployment benefits; eligibility of individuals part-time employed and in training programs. dead
HB648 Candidates in election; required filings to be submitted to State Board of Elections. dead
HB649 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; lowers minimum private investment to qualify therefor. dead
HB650 Funeral services; disputes between next of kin. signed by governor
HB651 Eminent domain cases; reinstates option of landowner to choose between commissioner & jury to hear. enacted
HB652 Eminent domain; restricting access to or from property taken to be considered in assessing damages. passed committee
HB653 Investor-owned electric utilities; establishes process used by SCC in reviews of rates, etc. incorporated
HB654 Administrative Process Act; final decision reviewable by a de novo appeal. dead
HB655 Conflicts of Interests Act; revisions applicable to House and Senate Ethics Advisory Panels. signed by governor
HB656 Protective orders; authorizes judicial officer require that respondent be subject to GPS monitoring. dead
HB657 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; establishment of General Assembly Ethics Review Panel. incorporated
HB658 Enterprise Zone Grant Program; lowers threshold for qualified real property investments. dead
HB659 Funeral services; burial power of attorney. dead
HB660 Enterprise zone job creation grants; business firm is eligible for up to five years for each grant. incorporated
HB661 Line of Duty Death and Health Benefits Trust Fund; established. dead
HB662 Health professions; disciplinary actions. signed by governor
HB663 Servicemembers and Veterans Court Act; created, report. dead
HB664 Commissioner of accounts; prohibiting General Assembly members from serving. dead
HB665 Budget bill; Governor to provide for additional appropriations to Transportation Trust Fund. dead
HB666 Transportation Capital Projects Revenue Bonds; used for new road or highway construction projects. dead
HB667 Residential Property Disclosure Act; seller required to disclose presence of wastewater system. signed by governor
HB668 Electric transmission line verification costs; applicant to pay SCC or third-party consultant. dead
HB669 Triennial census; eliminates three-year requirement, distribution of sales & use tax. signed by governor
HB670 Electronic tracking devices; unauthorized installation or placement in motor vehicle, penalty. dead
HB671 Electrical Utility facility; requires SCC to conduct public hearing for approval of construction. dead
HB672 Virginia Infrastructure Project Loan Fund; created. signed by governor
HB673 State Corporation Commission; increases number of members. dead
HB674 Radar detectors; use thereof considered traffic infraction. passed committee
HB675 Transmission lines; SCC to establish certain conditions to minimize adverse environmental impact. dead
HB676 Aerospace Advisory Council; adds five members, powers and duties. enacted
HB677 Specialized Biotechnology Research Performance Grant Program; established. signed by governor
HB678 Innovation & Entrepreneurship Investment Authority & Commonwealth Research & Commercialization Fund. signed by governor
HB679 Social security numbers; no state or local agency may collect under certain circumstances. dead
HB680 Recordation fees; increases every deed, deed of trust, etc., conveying an interest in real property. dead
HB681 Jailable offense; discretion of law-enforcement officer to arrest or issue summons therefor. in committee
HB682 Gang-free zones; expanded to include public buildings and grounds, penalty. signed by governor
HB683 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption on gold, silver, and platinum bullion costing over $1,000. dead
HB684 Concealed weapon; prohibits a person from carrying a concealed butterfly knife. dead
HB685 Child pornography; solicitation, possession, or production thereof by a minor, penalty. dead
HB686 Human papillomavirus vaccine; eliminates requirement for females. dead
HB687 Uniform Statewide Building Code; increases civil penalty. signed by governor
HB688 Transportation district trains; unlawful to board or ride without a valid ticket. enacted
HB689 FOIA; party whom writ is served must be served a copy of petition prior to filing. incorporated
HB690 Criminal background checks; fingerprinting of applicants and employees of public transit services. signed by governor
HB691 Nolle prosequi; entered only in discretion of court. dead
HB692 Removal of motor vehicles; adds Prince William Co. to localities that may remove or immobilize. signed by governor
HB693 Health insurance program; develop plan for school divisions & local government similar to state. dead
HB694 Notary public; civil immunity for local government officers, employees, and volunteers. incorporated
HB695 Retirement System; retirees hired as school board security personnel. dead
HB696 Surface & groundwaters; Water Control Board impose penalty when failure to report water withdrawal. dead
HB697 Water Protection Permit; proposed activity should be in accordance with state water resources plan. dead
HB698 Nursing homes, assisted living facilities, etc.; licensure required to submit emergency plans. dead
HB699 Uniform Commercial Code; prohibits inclusion in a sales agreement. dead
HB700 Grievance procedures; local government to permit an observer for each party. dead
HB701 Anti-prostitution community service program; suspension of sentence for first-time offenders. dead
HB702 Property Owners' Association Act; fees for disclosure packet paid when delivered. enacted
HB703 Vocational programs; definition. signed by governor
HB704 School board; may have staggered terms for members in Loudoun County. signed by governor
HB705 Workers' Compensation Commission; repeals requirement of sending copies of awards by priority mail. signed by governor
HB706 General Assembly deadlines; computation of time. signed by governor
HB707 Water and sewer charges; adds Counties of Caroline and New Kent to those localities that may impose. signed by governor
HB708 Home health care organization; establish policies for maintaining a drug-free workplace. signed by governor
HB709 Electronic textbooks; allows for purchase of printed textbooks, etc., for public schools. signed by governor
HB710 Health care data and reporting; increase awareness thereof through nonprofit organization websites. signed by governor
HB711 Judgment; circuit court may decree sale of real estate used as owner's primary residence to enforce. dead
HB712 Law-enforcement employees; overtime compensation. dead
HB713 Contractors, Board for; prerequisite for obtaining business license. signed by governor
HB714 Foreclosure sales; trustee to pay taxes. signed by governor
HB715 Deed of trust; allows title insurance companies authority settlement agents have to release lien. signed by governor
HB716 Intellectual property created by state employees; adds new reporting requirements. dead
HB717 Civil War Site Preservation Fund; established. signed by governor
HB718 Children; Governor and DSS to develop and implement plan to reduce number in foster care. signed by governor
HB719 Uniform Power of Attorney Act; established within Code of Virginia. signed by governor
HB720 Health insurance choice; created. dead
HB721 Courthouse and courtroom security; sheriff to contract to private security business therefor. dead
HB722 Individual health insurance coverage; resident of State shall not be required to obtain a policy. incorporated
HB723 Podiatry; testifying as an expert witness, definition of practice. signed by governor
HB724 Open Education Curriculum Board; established. dead
HB725 Polysomnographic Technology, Advisory Board on; established. enacted
HB726 Mandated health insurance benefits; Commission to review for medical efficacy. signed by governor
HB727 Retirement plan; any locality or school board may establish defined contribution plan. dead
HB728 Conditions of release; person arrested for felony released to pretrial services agency if indigent. dead
HB729 Involuntary admission; allows court to enter an order for mandatory outpatient treatment following. signed by governor
HB730 Health insurance; coverage for early intervention services of autism. dead
HB731 School calendar; local school boards to set first day of school. incorporated
HB732 Tuition, in-state; students entitled to who have completed 8 semesters will be assessed a surcharge. dead
HB733 Medicaid fraud; Director may deny Medicaid provider contracts for violation of statutes. signed by governor
HB734 Income tax, state; public school renovation tax credit. dead
HB735 Fair Housing Law; recovery of damages against private individual by fair housing organizations. dead
HB736 Child Protection Accountability System; VSP and circuit courts required to report information. signed by governor
HB737 E-Verify Program; requires state agencies and those newly hired to perform work in State. signed by governor
HB738 Claimants; certain persons paying claims to attorneys to provide direct notification. dead
HB739 Foreign business entities; temporary certificates of authority. incorporated
HB740 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; disclosure of salary. signed by governor
HB741 Telephone email or texting; use of indecent or threatening language, penalty. signed by governor
HB742 Impoundment of vehicle; driving while license suspended for DUI. signed by governor
HB743 Ballot security; prohibits person from reproducing or copying ballot that has been cast in election. dead
HB744 Assault and battery; person bullying, etc., of student on school property punishable for assault. dead
HB745 Income tax, state; telework expenses tax credit. dead
HB746 Tolls; installation of video-monitoring/automatic vehicle identification systems for toll facility. enacted
HB747 Stepparent and close relative adoption; appointment of guardian ad litem not required. signed by governor
HB748 Parental rights; final orders for termination are appealed directly to Court of Appeals. dead
HB749 Parental placement adoption; birth parent waiver of consent for out-of-state placement. signed by governor
HB750 Adoption; birth & adoptive parents may enter into post-adoption contact & communication agreements. signed by governor
HB751 Charter; City of Charlottesville. signed by governor
HB752 Traffic lights; allows motorcycle, etc., to proceed through intersections showing steady red signal. dead
HB753 Alcoholic beverages; possession without a license, exemptions. signed by governor
HB754 Wireless E-911 charges; establishes rate & procedures for collection & remittance of by sellers. signed by governor
HB755 Wills & trusts; formula clauses referring to federal estate, generation-skipping transfer tax laws. signed by governor
HB756 Offshore drilling; royalties to be deposited in Transportation Trust Fund, etc. signed by governor
HB757 Prisoners; allowed on private property to remove graffiti in certain localities. signed by governor
HB758 Workforces; allowed on private property owned by elderly or indigent persons if needing repair. enacted
HB759 HOV lanes; allows certain military personnel to use in Hampton Roads regardless of passengers. signed by governor
HB760 Veterans Skills Database; established. signed by governor
HB761 Workers' Compensation Commission; filing materials by electronic transmission. signed by governor
HB762 State song; designates 'O Virginia' by Pauline and Pauron Wheeler to be adopted. dead
HB763 Charter; City of Richmond. signed by governor
HB764 Income tax credits; landlords participating in housing choice voucher programs. signed by governor
HB765 Communications sales & use tax; net revenue distributed according to each locality's pro rata. signed by governor
HB766 Legal notices; failure by publisher of newspaper to properly publish shall not invalidate action. dead
HB767 Virginia War Memorial; codifies criteria for memorialization of fallen Virginians. passed senate
HB768 Political contributions; prohibition during procurement process. dead
HB769 DUI; suspension of driving privilege shall run consecutively with any other court-ordered period. signed by governor
HB770 DUI arrests; officer at a medical facility may issue summons for violation thereof, etc. enacted
HB771 School calendar; opening of school year in City of Roanoke. dead
HB772 Elections; qualifications of general registrars. incorporated
HB773 DUI laws of other states; allows analogous state laws to be used as prior DUI convictions. dead
HB774 Va. Recreational Facilities Authority & Roanoke County; delays reversion of title to real property. signed by governor
HB775 DUI; serious bodily injury resulting from another driving while intoxicated. dead
HB776 Locksmiths; repeals 2008 law that requires regulation thereof. dead
HB777 Land use taxation; localities to adopt value assessment & taxation on four classifications of land. dead
HB778 Legislative Support Commission; publication of House and Senate voting records. dead
HB779 Northern Virginia transportation projects; VDOT to evaluate and make periodic reports. dead
HB780 Open school enrollment policies; local school divisions to have policies in place by August 1, 2010. dead
HB781 School divisions, local; certain reporting requirements. incorporated
HB782 Surplus real property; DGS to inventory all real property owned and update at least annually. dead
HB783 Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits talking on such device unless in hands-free mode. dead
HB784 Income tax, state; indexing rates, filing thresholds, personal exemptions, and standard deductions. dead
HB785 Equalization, Board of; local government to appoint. signed by governor
HB786 Polling hours; extends hours on election day. dead
HB787 Offshore energy resources; production & development permitted 50 miles off Atlantic shoreline. signed by governor
HB788 HOV lanes; allows certain military personnel to use in Hampton Roads regardless of passengers. incorporated
HB789 Public Procurement Act; increases cost of construction for which state or local public body may use. signed by governor
HB790 Defacement removal; localities to charge owners of occupied property actual cost. dead
HB791 Retail Sales and Use Tax; taxes on room rentals. dead
HB792 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; issuance of temporary licenses, etc. signed by governor
HB793 Criminal confessions; inadmissible unless videotaped. dead
HB794 Home access businesses; establish standards, penalty. dead
HB795 Harvell Dam; exempts part of Appomattox River from fish passageway requirements. dead
HB796 Richmond, City of; tax amnesty program established. signed by governor
HB797 Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc.; limitation of liability contract clauses. signed by governor
HB798 Drugs; certified emergency medical services personnel may administer and dispense. incorporated
HB799 School calendar; local school boards responsible for determining opening of school year. dead
HB800 Life and annuities licenses; removes certain requirement for nonresident insurance agent. signed by governor
HB801 Fishing license; state residents to fish and harvest trout in waters of South Holston Reservoir. signed by governor
HB802 Antique motorboats; establishes a special one-time $100 registration fee. dead
HB803 Income tax, state; green jobs tax credit. signed by governor
HB804 Personal information; prohibits person from sending a solicitation material that includes. dead
HB805 Offshore drilling; portion of royalties to be deposited in Transportation Trust Fund. incorporated
HB806 Alternative Fuels Revolving Fund; adds improvement of infrastructure such as refueling stations. signed by governor
HB807 Workers' compensation; insurance carriers to file proof of coverage within 30 days of inception. signed by governor
HB808 State and local transportation planning; provides for coordination with DRPT. dead
HB809 Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; dangerous and vicious dogs. dead
HB810 Vehicle lengths; increases triple saddle mount combination vehicles. signed by governor
HB811 Zoning appeals, Board of; review of decision. incorporated
HB812 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; rules regarding operation of motor vehicles. dead
HB813 Conflicts of Interests Act; review of Statement of Economic Interests by Ethics Advisory Panel. dead
HB814 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; establishment of General Assembly Ethics Review Panel. incorporated
HB815 General Assembly members; bright-line rule. dead
HB816 House and Senate Ethics Advisory Panels; completion of inquiry once initiated. incorporated
HB817 Garnishment; deposit of earnings. dead
HB818 Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB); composition. dead
HB819 Business entities; when referring to service of process includes any subpoena, summons, etc. dead
HB820 Cigarette tax; penalties for unstamped cigarettes. signed by governor
HB821 Child custody; record of in camera interview. dead
HB822 Child support, etc.; single petition may be filed in juvenile & domestic relations district court. dead
HB823 District court; expungement of police and court records. dead
HB824 Melendez-Diaz notice; 6th Amendment rights to be given to an accused who is proceeding pro se. dead
HB825 Civil or criminal actions; allows circuit court clerks to establish electronic filing. incorporated
HB826 Electronic summons system; locality to assess an additional sum in district or circuit court. dead
HB827 Electronic recording of court proceedings; circuit & district court clerks have system in courtroom. dead
HB828 Larceny; increases threshold amount of goods that determines petit larceny to grand larceny. dead
HB829 Expert witnesses; extends application of two evidentiary statutes applicable in certain cases. dead
HB830 Food and beverage tax; adds Fairfax County to those that may impose. dead
HB831 Public Procurement Act; foreign & domestic businesses authorized to transact business in State. signed by governor
HB832 Absentee voting; requires election results for central absentee voter precinct to indicate precinct. dead
HB833 Asbestos, Lead, Mold, and Home Inspectors, Board for; regulation of home energy auditors. dead
HB834 Delmarva Peninsula Compact; repeals provision therefor. signed by governor
HB835 Nonpartisan Redistricting Commission; created. dead
HB836 Social security numbers; no state or local agency may collect under certain circumstances. dead
HB837 Taxation, Department of; limiting contact with taxpayers via email. signed by governor
HB838 Correctional facilities, local; use of state funds for local alternative incarceration programs. dead
HB839 Literary Fund; fines under local ordinances to be transmitted to state treasury & deposited in Fund. dead
HB840 License plates, special; issuance to members and former members of U.S. Navy. dead
HB841 DMV; authorized to use National Change of Address System to update customer records. signed by governor
HB842 Health care facilities; Board of Health to establish annual licensure and renewal fees. dead
HB843 Medical emergency response plan & automated external defribrillators; required in certain buildings. dead
HB844 Homeless persons; may file an action for damages for harassment, etc. dead
HB845 Income tax, individual and corporate; tax credit to taxpayers for easements to recreation authority. dead
HB846 Southwest Regional Recreation Authority; localities may allocate portion of civil penalties. passed senate
HB847 Social services, local board of; removes membership limit for certain counties. dead
HB848 Route 711; Buchanan County may enter into an agreement with Pike County, Kentucky to improve. signed by governor
HB849 Off-road recreational vehicles; localities to allow on certain highways within their boundaries. signed by governor
HB850 Roadways; authorizes Buchanan County Board of Supervisors to maintain those within right-of-way. dead
HB851 Buchanan County Public Service Authority; membership. dead
HB852 Southwest Regional Recreational Authority; board to establish ranger police division. dead
HB853 Major business facility job tax credit; reduces number of employees required in new jobs to qualify. dead
HB854 Castle doctrine; right to use physical force against an intruder, immune from civil liability. in committee
HB855 Sex offender registry; Internet registry information system to include person wanted for crime. dead
HB856 Speed limits; increases on highways where it is presently 65 mph to 70 mph. signed by governor
HB857 Line of Duty Act; access to records of investigation. signed by governor
HB858 Procurement of services; requires each state agency to procure certain services from private sector. dead
HB859 State Corporation Commission; processing business entity formation documents. dead
HB860 Income tax, corporate; reduces rate from 6 percent to 5.75 percent. dead
HB861 Motion picture film production; provides income tax credits to any company with qualifying expenses. signed by governor
HB862 Juveniles; punishment for possession, etc., of alcohol. signed by governor
HB863 Driver's license, restricted; eliminates authority of court to issue for travel to and from school. signed by governor
HB864 Court-appointed counsel; requires detailed accounting for representation expenses for each charge. dead
HB865 Assault and battery; if person commits against campus police officers, guilty of Class 6 felony. dead
HB866 Mutual aid agreements; includes private police forces of higher educational institutions. signed by governor
HB867 Community services boards; removes provision allowing employment of certain persons. dead
HB868 Criminal street gang; any person who by telephone solicits another is guilty of a Class 6 felony. dead
HB869 Masks; prohibition on wearing in certain places, exception. signed by governor
HB870 Concealed handgun permit; removes option for locality to require applicant to submit fingerprints. dead
HB871 Concealed handgun permit applications; upon denial, clerk to provide notice of right to hearing. signed by governor
HB872 Credit Services Businesses Act; prohibited practices. signed by governor
HB873 Juvenile correctional facilities; DJJ to maintain at least one facility for nonviolent offenders. dead
HB874 Cigarette tax; changes time for affixing tax stamps to cigarette packs. signed by governor
HB875 Charter; Town of Amherst. signed by governor
HB876 Fences along Interstate highways; VDOT to adhere to local policies in installing. dead
HB877 Volunteer property maintenance and zoning inspectors; adds Newport News to cities who may utilize. signed by governor
HB878 Community-based probation service agency, local; supervise offenders referred from drug courts. dead
HB879 Firearms; locality may adopt an ordinance that prohibits use thereof in libraries. dead
HB880 Derelict buildings; expands definition. dead
HB881 Solar energy collection devices; no community association shall prohibit installation or use. dead
HB882 Development rights; permitted to be attached in receiving areas to be equal or greater than rights. signed by governor
HB883 Declaration of judicial emergency; procedures for Supreme Court to follow. signed by governor
HB884 Animal welfare laws; sheriffs & police chiefs designate & utilize volunteer deputies to enforce. dead
HB885 Concealed weapons; person may carry a handgun in motor vehicle or vessel if secured in compartment. enacted
HB886 Firearms, ammunition, etc.; those manufactured and retained in State not subject to federal law. incorporated
HB887 Jet bases; removes localities that have auxiliary landing fields from certain existing provisions. dead
HB888 Peanut Board; authorized to enter into an agreement with Federal Commodity Credit Corporation. signed by governor
HB889 Cigarette tax, local; authorizes any county to impose. dead
HB890 Blackwater River; designates a portion as component of State Scenic Rivers System. incorporated
HB891 Cigarette tax, local; allows Isle of Wight County to levy tax. dead
HB892 Retirement System; member with less than 5 years service can withdraw under certain circumstances. signed by governor
HB893 Retail Sales and Use Tax; taxes on room rentals. dead
HB894 Solid waste disposal; Isle of Wight and Southampton Counties to levy fees upon each household. dead
HB895 Charter; Town of Windsor. enacted
HB896 Income tax, corporate; rate reduction for small businesses. dead
HB897 Lyme disease; required to be reported to Board of Health and prescription for long-term use. incorporated
HB898 Instructional spending; local school board to report expenditures annually. incorporated
HB899 Higher educational institutions; certain governing bodies to establish rules to increase domiciles. dead
HB900 Offshore drilling; portion of royalties to be deposited in Transportation Trust Fund. incorporated
HB901 Safety belts; makes nonuse thereof a primary offense. dead
HB902 Financial exploitation of elderly or disabled; property taken by intimidation or deception, penalty. dead
HB903 Threat assessment teams; exempts certain records established at higher educational institutions. signed by governor
HB904 Animal control officers; magistrate to issue arrest warrant for complaint for felony offense. signed by governor
HB905 Automatic dialing-announcing devices; prohibits calling if subscriber is on Do Not Call Registry. dead
HB906 Security for Public Deposits Act; includes extracurricular public school activities funds. incorporated
HB907 Reports of certain acts to school authorities; local law-enforcement authorities to report. signed by governor
HB908 Juveniles; loss of driving privileges for alcohol, firearm, and drug offenses. signed by governor
HB909 Unclaimed property; storage fee for those in possession of sheriff or police. signed by governor
HB910 Income tax, state; increases deduction for organ donation. dead
HB911 Juveniles; any transfer to circuit court shall include ancillary charges. dead
HB912 Sex offender registry; person to designate location where spending night if no legal residence, etc. enacted
HB913 Victims of crime; may visit perpetrator in prison facility. enacted
HB914 Barking dog ordinances; locality may require parties to use mediation in resolving dispute. in subcommittee
HB915 Towing and Recovery Operators, Board of; regulation exemptions. dead
HB916 Driver's license, commercial; disqualification of license if convicted of manslaughter. signed by governor
HB917 Business entity fees; reductions for veterans. dead
HB918 Juvenile records; release of identifying information of juvenile who is a fugitive from justice. signed by governor
HB919 Sex offender; prohibits proximity to children's museums. dead
HB920 Computer Crimes Act; definition of computer and computer network. dead
HB921 Retention of records; all records of Board of Social Services shall be retained for at least 25 yrs. signed by governor
HB922 Charter; Town of Scottsville. signed by governor
HB923 DUI; ignition interlock required to have on first offense as a condition of a restricted license. incorporated
HB924 DUI; post-arrest testing to determine drug or alcohol content of blood. passed senate
HB925 VIEW; screening and assessment for use of illegal substances. dead
HB926 Students, nonpublic school; participation in public school interscholastic programs, fees. dead
HB927 Immediate sanction probation program; established. enacted
HB928 Virginia Universities Clean Energy Development and Economic Stimulus Foundation; created. enacted
HB929 State Library Board; retention of certificates of occupancy. dead
HB930 Protective orders; allows petitioner to obtain extension of order for no more than two years. signed by governor
HB931 Protective orders; coordination with other states. signed by governor
HB932 Identity theft; distribution of information acquired through theft is a Class 4 felony. dead
HB933 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; disposition of cases. signed by governor
HB934 Capital murder; auxiliary police officers & deputy sheriffs added to statute. signed by governor
HB935 Assault and battery; adult allows child to be present during assault, guilty of Class 6 felony. dead
HB936 Unlawful entry into a motor vehicle; penalties. dead
HB937 Boiler and pressure vessels; fees for certification. dead
HB938 Child pornography; penalty for possession or reproduction thereof by a minor. dead
HB939 Insurance agents; continuing education program. signed by governor
HB940 Hunting and trapping; reduces penalty for violations. signed by governor
HB941 Charitable gaming; regulations of Charitable Gaming Board defining electronic, etc., equipment. signed by governor
HB942 Charitable gaming; limits authority of VDACS to revoke permits. signed by governor
HB943 Small Business Jobs Grant Fund; created. signed by governor
HB944 Governor's reports; to provide monthly reports on revenue collections and quarterly assessments. signed by governor
HB945 Disability services boards; eliminates requirement that localities establishes. dead
HB946 Financial institutions; method of obtaining records concerning banking and credit cards. signed by governor
HB947 Restricted permit; adds driving to and from grocery store to list of places person can drive. dead
HB948 HOT lanes; VDOT to conduct a NEPA study prior to construction on any portion of I-95 or I-395. dead
HB949 Qualifications of candidates; false statement is Class 5 felony. dead
HB950 Charitable gaming; regulations of Charitable Gaming Board, report. signed by governor
HB951 Blackwater River; designates a portion as component of State Scenic Rivers System. signed by governor
HB952 Alcoholic beverages; tasting event to be conducted at government stores under certain circumstances. signed by governor
HB953 Schedule II, III, IV, and V drugs; adds various controlled substances to list. signed by governor
HB954 Uniform Statewide Building Code; rental inspections, penalty. dead
HB955 Workers' compensation; adds salaried & volunteer lifesaving & rescue squad members to list entitled. dead
HB956 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; establish restrictions on display of U.S. flag. enacted
HB957 Motor vehicles; requires traffic on limited access highways to drive in right-most lane. dead
HB958 Check cashers; customer identification required, penalty. dead
HB959 Check cashers; unlawful for person required to be registered thereas to fail to make copies of item. dead
HB960 Local or regional housing fund; locality may establish to make grants to housing sponsers, etc. dead
HB961 Community College Scholarship Match Program; created. dead
HB962 Claims; Daniel and Brenda Brewer. dead
HB963 Real Estate Board; requirements for licensure, allows broker to enter into a voluntary program. signed by governor
HB964 Schedule II drugs; pharmacist shall require identification in filling prescriptions. signed by governor
HB965 Consumer protection laws; transfers investigative and consumer complaint to OAG. dead
HB966 State Corporation Commission; processing business entity formation documents. incorporated
HB967 Assisted living facility and group home; no more than 8 aged, infirmed, etc., persons shall reside. enacted
HB968 HOT lanes; violations are traffic infractions. dead
HB969 PPTA; preconditions to certain comprehensive agreements. dead
HB970 Transportation Trust Fund; increases amount of general fund surplus. dead
HB971 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority Sales and Use Tax Fund; established. dead
HB972 Transient occupancy tax; Fairfax County limitations. signed by governor
HB973 Line of Duty Death and Health Benefits Trust Fund; funding therefor. dead
HB974 Circuit court clerks' offices; makes technical changes in handling of electronic or digital filing. signed by governor
HB975 Motor vehicle titles; exempts special construction and forestry equipment from being titled. signed by governor
HB976 FOIA; party whom writ is served must be served a copy of petition prior to filing. dead
HB977 Freedom of Information Act; record exclusion for visitor information systems in public schools. dead
HB978 Statewide uniform grading policy; requires Board of Education to establish. dead
HB979 Exhibits; relieves clerk of notifying defendant of destruction, etc., of evidence used at trial. signed by governor
HB980 HOV lanes; extends date for use by vehicle with clean special fuel license plates. incorporated
HB981 Income tax, state; deduction for military retirement pay. dead
HB982 Precious metals dealers; penalties for violation of law. signed by governor
HB983 Contractors, Board for; installation of HVAC systems. incorporated
HB984 Declarations of estimated tax; changes date that farmers and fishermen must file. dead
HB985 BPOL tax; gross receipts of security brokers and dealers. signed by governor
HB986 Abortion or miscarriage; penalty. dead
HB987 Stormwater regulation; amends current law. dead
HB988 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; grants to localities for certain federal programs. dead
HB989 Bad checks; any person making, drawing, or delivering any check in payment of rent, penalty. dead
HB990 Web-based procurement program; DGS to establish a fee schedule for all procurement contracts. dead
HB991 Truck weights; exempts vehicles hauling wood pellets from weight limits and permit fees. dead
HB992 Law-enforcement employees; overtime compensation. dead
HB993 DUI; unlawful for any person under age 21 to operate motor vehicle. in subcommittee
HB994 Charter; Town of Christiansburg. enacted
HB995 Firearms; purchaser may present military identification card or concealed handgun permit. dead
HB996 Education, Secretary of; name changed to Secretary of Education and Workforce Development. dead
HB997 Eminent domain; applicability of requirements to acquisition of property by City of Norfolk, etc. signed by governor
HB998 Income tax, corporate; renewable energy products tax credit. dead
HB999 Certified renewable energy manufacturing equipment, etc.; separate classification for property tax. enacted
HB1000 Polling places; requires electoral board to give notice of alternative place to vote. signed by governor
HB1001 Students, nonpublic school; participation in public school interscholastic programs. incorporated
HB1002 New River Valley Emergency Communications Regional Authority; created. signed by governor
HB1003 Regional Industrial Facilities Act; method by which member locality of authority may withdraw. incorporated
HB1004 Sex offender; prohibits residing in proximity to children. dead
HB1005 Community College Scholarship Match Program; created. dead
HB1006 Higher educational institutions; funding disbursed based on total number of Virginia domiciles. dead
HB1007 Higher educational institutions; governing body establish rules & regulations for undergraduates. dead
HB1008 Contractors, Board for; license renewal and continuing education for contractors. dead
HB1009 Drug possession case; person placed on probation violating probation shall have no right of appeal. dead
HB1010 Illegal gambling; definition, requirements for lawful game, contest, lottery, etc., to be conducted. signed by governor
HB1011 Community College System; establish programs and grant baccalaureate degrees in nursing, etc. dead
HB1012 Motor vehicle dealers and manufacturers; addresses certain practices relating to warranty, etc. signed by governor
HB1013 Virginia Infrastructure in Urban Development Areas Loan Fund; created. dead
HB1014 Elections; filling vacancies in certain local offices, requirements for special elections. signed by governor
HB1015 Telecommuting & alternative work schedules; Secretary of Administration shall measure effectiveness. dead
HB1016 Higher Education, State Council of; abolished. dead
HB1017 Lyme disease; required to be reported to Board of Health and prescription for long-term use. incorporated
HB1018 Insurance policies; repeals a provision for countersignature requirements. signed by governor
HB1019 Public Procurement Act; alternative dispute resolution. dead
HB1020 Loitering; locality may prohibit congregating around any public place for purposes of solicitation. dead
HB1021 State Asset Maximization Commission; created. dead
HB1022 RPS program; electric utility to receive triple credit when energy derived from offshore wind. enacted
HB1023 General Assembly Personnel Act; created. dead
HB1024 Funeral services; designation of authorized persons to make arrangements. dead
HB1025 Medical assistance services; provision of speech-language therapy. dead
HB1026 Higher educational institutions; certain governing bodies to establish rules to increase domiciles. dead
HB1027 Investor-owned electric utilities; rate of return. dead
HB1028 Freedom of Information Act; recording of public meetings. signed by governor
HB1029 Special species fishing license; established. dead
HB1030 Charitable gaming; limits oversight by Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. dead
HB1031 Correctional enterprises; intentional violations constitute malfeasance, exception. in committee
HB1032 Capital outlay review and approval process; certain construction projects shall be exempt. dead
HB1033 Human infant; determining whether an infant has achieved an independent and separate existence. enacted
HB1034 Information Technology; Governor to appoint Chief Information Officer of VITA, etc. signed by governor
HB1035 Information Technology; governance in State, substantive and technical changes. incorporated
HB1036 Security for Public Deposits Act; makes several amendments to Act, administered by Treasury Board. signed by governor
HB1037 Clean Energy Manufacturing Incentive Grant Fund; created. dead
HB1038 Conflict of Interests Act; certain relatives of school board member to be considered for employment. signed by governor
HB1039 Medical information; notification to residents, etc., if information is subject of database breach. enacted
HB1040 Limited liability companies; SCC to correct its records to eliminate effects of clerical error, etc. signed by governor
HB1041 Workforce Council; reduces membership, Executive Committee shall review & recommend grant proposals. dead
HB1042 Informed consent; includes ultrasound to determine gestation age. dead
HB1043 Chief Workforce Development Officer; responsibilities. signed by governor
HB1044 Income tax, state; renewable energy property and energy audit tax credit. dead
HB1045 Tax returns; electronic filing by certain tax preparers, employers, and dealers. signed by governor
HB1046 Income tax, state; nonprofit charitable donations for Energy Star qualified products tax credit. dead
HB1047 Mass Transit Fund; increases percentage of Transportation Trust Fund revenues flowing therein. dead
HB1048 Motor vehicles; increases passing distance when approaching bicycles, etc. dead
HB1049 Mandatory self-identification; identifying self to law-enforcement officer when lawfully detained. dead
HB1050 Income tax, state; long-term care insurance tax credit. dead
HB1051 Retail Sales & Use Tax; eliminates dealer discount for communications tax, state cigarette tax, etc. dead
HB1052 Electric utilities; prevents temporary and interim increase of rates. dead
HB1053 Legislative study commissions; staffing support for certain Commissions. in committee
HB1054 Health insurance; coverage funded by localities. dead
HB1055 Retirement System; increases amount of monthly health insurance credits. dead
HB1056 Animal control officers; clarifies duties and responsibilities. dead
HB1057 Qualifications of candidates; evaluate whether a person meets residency requirements. dead
HB1058 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; amending association documents using technology. signed by governor
HB1059 Transportation Capital Projects Bond Act of 2010; created. dead
HB1060 School boards; any locality in Planning District 8 may establish system of staggered elections. dead
HB1061 Transportation Bond Act of 2010; created. dead
HB1062 Zoning administrator; reduces time for response to request for decision on zoning matters. dead
HB1063 Zoning appeals, Board of; fee for filing appeal by person aggrieved by decision, etc. signed by governor
HB1064 Zoning appeals, Board of; fee for filing an appeal by person aggrieved by decision of administrator. incorporated
HB1065 Circuit courts; electronic filing of cases. signed by governor
HB1066 Higher Education, State Council of; develop uniform certificate of general studies program. signed by governor
HB1067 Nutritional guidelines; Board & VDH to develop for all competitive foods in public schools, report. dead
HB1068 Overweight vehicles; penalties. dead
HB1069 Adult abuse; mandatory reporting by person employed in emergency department of any hospital. dead
HB1070 Concealed handguns; person who possesses valid permit may carry into emergency shelter. dead
HB1071 Urban development; sets certain densities in areas according to population of locality. signed by governor
HB1072 Mining; ownership of underground void. dead
HB1073 Tobacco Indemnification & Community Revitalization Commission; proprietary record disclosed thereto. signed by governor
HB1074 Motor vehicle insurance; consideration of driving record. dead
HB1075 Motor vehicle insurance; premiums based on credit information. dead
HB1076 Grass and weeds; adds City of Colonial Heights to list of localities authorized to require cutting. signed by governor
HB1077 Lieutenant Governor; membership on certain boards, councils, and commissions. signed by governor
HB1078 Charitable gaming; exempts volunteer fire departments & rescue squads from filing quarterly reports. dead
HB1079 Cemetery companies; exempt from reporting requirements for family burial plots. dead
HB1080 Police chaplains; certification. dead
HB1081 Highway rest areas and welcome centers; requires VDOT to reopen all on Interstate Highway System. dead
HB1082 State soil; designates Pamunkey soil as official soil of State. dead
HB1083 Mopeds; prohibits driving on highways with speed limits greater than 45 mph. dead
HB1084 Mopeds; traffic infraction when operator and passenger are not wearing a helmet. dead
HB1085 Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; lessens several obligations currently imposed on landlord of park. dead
HB1086 Comprehensive services; local match rates for purchase of services shall be consistent. dead
HB1087 Drug recognition experts; law-enforcement officer be trained by Department of Forensic Science. dead
HB1088 Cooperative Coyote Control Program; reestablished. signed by governor
HB1089 Cold War Service Medal; authorizes Adjutant General to issue. dead
HB1090 Communications sales & use tax; net revenue distributed according to each locality's pro rata. signed by governor
HB1091 Major business facility job tax credit; reduces number of employees required in new jobs to qualify. dead
HB1092 Concealed handgun; certain retired law-enforcement officer may carry wherever he travels in State. signed by governor
HB1093 Open-end loans; secured by a nonpurchase money lien on a motor vehicle, report. dead
HB1094 Health insurance; mandated benefits for colorectal cancer screening. dead
HB1095 Individual health insurance coverage; sets parameters of period an individual is not covered. signed by governor
HB1096 Vehicles towed; written notice within 24 hours to owners towed because of medical emergencies. dead
HB1097 Health directors, local; Commissioner of Health may appoint non-physician qualified by experience. dead
HB1098 State and local transportation planning; provides for coordination with DRPT. incorporated
HB1099 Autism Spectrum Disorders; expand employment programs for individuals therewith. signed by governor
HB1100 Stormwater management; common interest community, etc., shall be immune from civil liability. enacted
HB1101 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; appeals from local fire codes. signed by governor
HB1102 Property Owners' Association Act; board of directors have authority to adopt rules & regulations. enacted
HB1103 Primary system highway construction funds; allocation. dead
HB1104 Newspapers; notice to stop delivery, civil penalty. dead
HB1105 Business entities; statement of change of registered agent, etc., may be filed electronically. signed by governor
HB1106 Insurance policy limits; allows personal representative of estate of decedent to request disclosure. signed by governor
HB1107 Surplus property; proceeds from sale or lease of State Police communication towers or sites. signed by governor
HB1108 License plates, special; issuance to those bearing legend: TRUST WOMEN/RESPECT CHOICE. dead
HB1109 9/11 Heroes Memorial Highway; Route 27 adjacent to Pentagon in Arlington County designated thereas. enacted
HB1110 Unauthorized account access; Class 1 misdemeanor for person accessing password-protected database. dead
HB1111 School calendar; certain school divisions granted waiver from regular opening schedule. dead
HB1112 P-16 Education Council; established, reports. dead
HB1113 Abduction or pandering; forfeiture of vehicle when involving a minor. signed by governor
HB1114 Impersonation; Class 1 misdemeanor for any person who assumes identity of another. dead
HB1115 Virginia Waterways Clean Up and Consumer Choice Act; paper and plastic bag fee. dead
HB1116 Public employment; prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, etc. dead
HB1117 Highway work zones; increases penalty for speeding violation. dead
HB1118 Virginia Military Family Relief Fund; State policy to exclude from taxation payments made from Fund. signed by governor
HB1119 Charter schools, public; Board of Education may submit recommendation as to approvl of application. dead
HB1120 Juveniles; offenses for which juvenile is subject to transfer and trial as an adult. dead
HB1121 Juvenile records; DJJ to provide information in an investigation of a criminal street gang. signed by governor
HB1122 Income tax, corporate; apportionment of income for manufacturers. dead
HB1123 Second Chance Act; Secretary of Public Safety, et al. to study and make recommendations. dead
HB1124 Street maintenance payments; provides for increased payments where traffic volumes exceed average. dead
HB1125 Motor vehicles; administrative impoundment thereof when driving without an operator's license. dead
HB1126 Uniform Statewide Building Code; grading limitations. dead
HB1127 Elected or appointed officials; limit on attorney-issued subpoenas. dead
HB1128 Composite index of local ability-to-pay; cap. dead
HB1129 Standards of Quality; increase positions for students with limited English proficiency. dead
HB1130 Health insurance purchasing pool; SOA to prepare a program design for businesses with 50 or fewer. dead
HB1131 Transportation Board; formulas for allocating funds. dead
HB1132 Income tax, corporate; Renewable Energy Job Creation tax credit. dead
HB1133 Adoptions; prior to placement, agency must provide explanation of adoption process. enacted
HB1134 Marijuana; decriminalizes simple possession thereof, civil penalty. dead
HB1135 Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit; certain conditions for owner of sewage facility. signed by governor
HB1136 Marijuana for medical purposes; no person shall be prosecuted for possession when issued by doctor. dead
HB1137 Groundwater withdrawal permit fees; increases maximum amount State Water Control Board can charge. dead
HB1138 Food and beverage tax; all counties may impose. dead
HB1139 Distribution of handbills, etc.; grants Town of West Point power to regulate and prohibit. incorporated
HB1140 State and Local Government Ethics Advisory Council; established. dead
HB1141 Composite index; General Assembly to modify Standards of Quality funding formula and calculation. dead
HB1142 Hate crimes; includes category of acts committed against person because person's sexual orientation. dead
HB1143 Humane investigators; allows appointment thereof. dead
HB1144 Telecommuting; increases target for eligible state employee participation to 40 percent. dead
HB1145 Animal cruelty; requires veterinarian to report. signed by governor
HB1146 Firearms; possession by certain persons who have had parental rights terminated. dead
HB1147 Computer trespass; civil damages to include all eight statutory definitions thereof. signed by governor
HB1148 Campaign finance disclosure reports; procedure for review thereof for certain candidates. dead
HB1149 Campaign finance; campaign, political, and out-of-state political committees to report name, etc. dead
HB1150 Retail Sales and Use Tax; any county or city to levy additional tax for education purposes. dead
HB1151 Concealed weapon; prohibits a person from carrying a concealed butterfly knife. dead
HB1152 Foreclosure of affordable dwelling units; redevelopment & housing authority to purchase. dead
HB1153 Motor fuels tax; converts rates of taxation from cents per gallon to percentage rates. dead
HB1154 Crimes against seniors; increases criminal penalties when victim is 60 years of age or older. dead
HB1155 Income tax, state; imposes surtax on taxable income to provide new source of revenue for localities. dead
HB1156 Protective orders; minor may petition. dead
HB1157 General Assembly; office equipment allowances. dead
HB1158 Primary & secondary road projects; establishment & use of regional accounts by Transportation Board. dead
HB1159 Move over law; drivers to move left when approaching stationary vehicles displaying warning lights. signed by governor
HB1160 Fire Prevention Code, Statewide; authority to set fees to cover actual cost of administering. dead
HB1161 Jailer issued identification; allows sheriffs to issue special identification card to prisoners. enacted
HB1162 Fire Prevention Code, Statewide; pyrotechnician or fireworks operator must be certified. signed by governor
HB1163 Bottomlands rents and royalties; removes authority of Marine Resources Commission to charge rent. dead
HB1164 Schedule IV; adds carisoprodol to list. dead
HB1165 Schedule IV; adds tramadol to list. dead
HB1166 Controlled substances; unlawfully obtaining or attempting to obtain, report required. signed by governor
HB1167 Schedule II, III, or IV controlled substances; request and review information about patient. dead
HB1168 Health professionals; instruction on pain management and addiction. dead
HB1169 Education, continuing; on substance abuse, addiction & related pain management for those licensed. dead
HB1170 Drug screens; random for certain prescriptions. dead
HB1171 Coal mining; increases license fee. dead
HB1172 Virginia Index of Performance incentive program; to recognize and reward fully accredited schools. signed by governor
HB1173 Public Safety Fund; imposes an assessment on property and casualty insurance companies. dead
HB1174 Housing authorities; compensation of commissioners. signed by governor
HB1175 Off-road recreational vehicles; localities to allow on certain highways within their boundaries. incorporated
HB1176 License plates, state; Cumberland Plateau Regional Housing Authority to use on vehicles. in committee
HB1177 Southwest Regional Recreation Authority; board to establish ranger police division. dead
HB1178 Combative fighting; prohibition, penalty. dead
HB1179 Coalbed methane gas; presumption of ownership. signed by governor
HB1180 Russell Fork River; designates portion thereof as component of State Scenic Rivers System. signed by governor
HB1181 Hunting license; establishes special lifetime license for permanently disabled. dead
HB1182 Health insurance; mandated coverage for telemedicine services. dead
HB1183 Mineral mining; increases license fee. dead
HB1184 Gas and oil wells; establishes annual permit renewal fee. dead
HB1185 Coal mine safety; requirements for surface foreman certification. enacted
HB1186 Income tax, individual and corporate; tax credit to taxpayers for easements to recreation authority. dead
HB1187 Southwest Virginia Health Authority; adds four additional appointments to board of directors. signed by governor
HB1188 Social services, local board of; counties that have county board form of government to appoint. signed by governor
HB1189 Retirement System; modifies for new employees all defined benefit retirement plans. signed by governor
HB1190 Investor-owned incumbent electric utility; regulation. incorporated
HB1191 Concealed handgun permit; clerk immune from suit arising from acts or omissions related thereto. signed by governor
HB1192 Homestead deeds for personal property; previous filings. signed by governor
HB1193 Fiduciaries; actions or suits involving. signed by governor
HB1194 Bail; terms set by court on a capias to be honored by magistrate. signed by governor
HB1195 Multi-jurisdiction grand jury; impanelment. signed by governor
HB1196 Circuit court system; Executive Secretary of Supreme Court to employ staff from state funds. dead
HB1197 DUI ignition interlock; required to have on first offense as a condition of a restricted license. dead
HB1198 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; Department to give notice to committed respondent. enacted
HB1199 Waiver of certain graduation requirements; Board of Education to provide only for good cause. signed by governor
HB1200 Slave Commission; established, report. dead
HB1201 Driver instruction program; DMV shall provide at a reduced fee, etc., to person unable to pay cost. dead
HB1202 Elections, State Board of; supervisory authority over local electoral boards and general registrars. dead
HB1203 Candidates; recognized political parties to receive consent therefrom before nominating. signed by governor
HB1204 Conservators of the peace, special; authorized to use seal of State. signed by governor
HB1205 College Building Authority; acquire credit enhancements to secure payment of bonds issued. dead
HB1206 Regional Industrial Facilities Act; method by which member locality of authority may withdraw. signed by governor
HB1207 Computer trespass; expands crime to include video and image capture hardware or software, penalty. dead
HB1208 State attorneys; increase of fees in criminal cases. dead
HB1209 Machine guns; Superintendent of VSP to be notified in writing of change of address of registrant. dead
HB1210 Judges; allowed to carry a concealed handgun without a permit at all times. dead
HB1211 Aboveground liquid fertilizer storage tanks; may require permit from local fire official. signed by governor
HB1212 Norfolk State University, Visitors of; with approval of Governor, to lease titled real estate. dead
HB1213 Historic preservation grants; technical and procedural changes to authority of DHR. signed by governor
HB1214 Firearm on public school property; prohibits those in closed container in motor vehicle. dead
HB1215 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; penalties. dead
HB1216 Public defenders; supplemental compensation. signed by governor
HB1217 Firearm safety education program; school boards may offer in elementary grades. enacted
HB1218 Waterfowl blinds; shifts times to obtain licenses to earlier in year. signed by governor
HB1219 Polygraph examiners; Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation to regulate. signed by governor
HB1220 Stormwater management regulations; changes effective date that establishes local program criteria. signed by governor
HB1221 Water Facilities Revolving Fund; loans for stormwater runoff control best management practices. signed by governor
HB1222 Voluntary Solar Resource Development Fund; established. dead
HB1223 HOT lanes; requires shoulder widths are sufficient for safe operation of transit vehicles. dead
HB1224 Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit; certain health clinics eligible to receive. dead
HB1225 Voting equipment; allows acquisition of direct recording electronic machines by any locality. signed by governor
HB1226 Veterans Day; adds Global War on Terrorism, etc., to wars that are honored. enacted
HB1227 Brown v. Board of Education Scholarship Program; those awarded may be used to cover certain costs. signed by governor
HB1228 Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Zones; established. dead
HB1229 Higher educational institutions; active duty military students may return without reapplying. dead
HB1230 Underground Utility Damage Prevention Act; sewer laterals. signed by governor
HB1231 Income tax, state; deduction for Virginia Military Family Relief Fund payments. dead
HB1232 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Washington Capitals hockey team. incorporated
HB1233 Virginia National Guard; if called to active duty by Governor, health care, etc., will continue. enacted
HB1234 Criminal history record check; required to transfer firearm from firearms show vendor. dead
HB1235 Absentee ballots; procedure for various deadlines and ballot requirements. signed by governor
HB1236 Energy conservation; investor-owned electric utilities, etc., to provide information to customers. dead
HB1237 Economic development incentive rates; electric utilities to offer service to certain customers. dead
HB1238 Higher educational institutions; crisis and emergency management. signed by governor
HB1239 Tuition, in-state; certain Department of Defense employees as result of Base Realignment & Closure. dead
HB1240 Taxicab; shall bear roof sign & markings permanently affixed to exterior, etc., identifying vehicle. signed by governor
HB1241 Metropolitan planning organizations; membership. enacted
HB1242 Voter lists; expands list of people & organizations who may purchase list of registered voters. dead
HB1243 Driver's license applications; DMV to provide electronic means for certain contributions. dead
HB1244 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; authority of Governor to award grants. signed by governor
HB1245 Surplus property; school boards may donate obsolete technology hardware to nonprofit organizations. signed by governor
HB1246 Public utilities; limits disclosure requirement for any officer or director. signed by governor
HB1247 Real property tax classifications; Culpeper County permitted different tax rate on improvements. dead
HB1248 Prostitution; expands to a Class 1 misdemeanor. dead
HB1249 Health Spa Act; clarifies by instituting usage of term facility where services are offered. signed by governor
HB1250 Vested rights; issuance of written order, etc., by zoning administrator regarding use of property. signed by governor
HB1251 State employees; restoration of health insurance plan options in Hampton Roads area. dead
HB1252 Electronic communication service providers; obtaining records by law-enforcement officers. signed by governor
HB1253 Release on recognizance; accused shall be released on his own by a judicial officer. dead
HB1254 DUI arrestee; arresting officer may transfer custody to another officer. incorporated
HB1255 Bail bondsman; provided copy of criminal history information. enacted
HB1256 Concealed weapon; certain law-enforcement officers who have resigned eligible to carry. enacted
HB1257 Service handguns; certain law-enforcement officers eligible for retirement may purchase. enacted
HB1258 Construction contracts; indemnification provisions. dead
HB1259 Criminal records; shall contain last four digits of person's social security number. dead
HB1260 Uniform Statewide Building Code; buildings or structures built on state-owned property. signed by governor
HB1261 Political campaign advertisements; disclosure requirements. dead
HB1262 Absentee voting procedures; deletes certain requirements. dead
HB1263 Dentists and oral surgeons; reimbursement for certain services. signed by governor
HB1264 Green Public Buildings Act; created. dead
HB1265 Professional corporations; includes certified interior designers in organizations managed by board. signed by governor
HB1266 School board, local; annual report. dead
HB1267 Motorcycle helmets; penalty. dead
HB1268 Recreational gill net license; established for owners of piers. dead
HB1269 Motor vehicle dealers; establishes conditions under which dealers may sell demonstrator vehicles. signed by governor
HB1270 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans. incorporated
HB1271 Firearms; governing body of an educational institution has power to establish rules therefor. dead
HB1272 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; powers and duties. signed by governor
HB1273 Governor; prohibited from holding an official leadership position in a national political party. dead
HB1274 Energy mandates; SCC and JLARC to prepare an assessment of economic impact on customers. dead
HB1275 Va. High-Speed Rail Commission; established, replaces Va-North Carolina High Speed Rail Compact. dead
HB1276 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Friends of Blue Ridge Parkway, Inc. dead
HB1277 Vehicle registration; limits certain exemptions to pickup and panel trucks, etc. signed by governor
HB1278 Income tax, state; changes filing and estimated tax returns date. dead
HB1279 Public Procurement Act; certain amount of contracts to be awarded to small businesses, etc. dead
HB1280 Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. dead
HB1281 Appomattox State Scenic River; increases length of portion thereof designated as scenic river. dead
HB1282 Prayer at public events; governmental agency to have no authority to regulate. dead
HB1283 Shed antlers; allows a person to possess. signed by governor
HB1284 Distribution of handbills, etc., on highways; gives local government power to regulate and prohibit. incorporated
HB1285 Certificate of public need; Department of Health to provide public notice. signed by governor
HB1286 Magistrate; may issue arrest warrants for a felony only if complaint by law-enforcement officer. dead
HB1287 Human Rights Act; adds sexual orientation to definition of unlawful discriminatory practice. dead
HB1288 Lyme disease; Board of Health shall include on list of diseases required to be reported. incorporated
HB1289 School boards, local; permitted fees and charges. dead
HB1290 Nutrient trading; Eastern Shore facility to acquire credits in Potomac & Rappahannock tributaries. signed by governor
HB1291 Harvester's license; prohibits Commission from issuing to certain nonresidents. signed by governor
HB1292 Photo-monitoring system; may enter into agreement with DMV to obtain vehicle owner information. enacted
HB1293 Alcoholic beverage control; consumption by underaged persons accompanied by parent or guardian. signed by governor
HB1294 Health insurers; efficiency information. dead
HB1295 Dulles Access Highway; enforcement through use of photo-monitoring system in conjunction with usage. enacted
HB1296 Obscenity law for colleges; limitations, exception. dead
HB1297 Fort Monroe Authority; created. signed by governor
HB1298 Retail Sales and Use Tax; lowers job threshold to receive exemption for certain computer equipment. enacted
HB1299 Enterprise zone grants; value of qualified investments. incorporated
HB1300 Air Pollution Control Board; regulations under the Clean Air Interstate Rule. enacted
HB1301 Short-term rental property; local government may tax or may impose tax. signed by governor
HB1302 Roanoke River Rails-to-Trails, Inc.; conveyance of certain property in Town of Lawrenceville. signed by governor
HB1303 Jet bases; removes localities that have auxiliary landing fields from certain existing provisions. dead
HB1304 Virginia Workforce Development Authority; created. signed by governor
HB1305 Community action boards; membership and duties. signed by governor
HB1306 Jurors; to provide identification. signed by governor
HB1307 Family health care; zoning provisions for temporary structures. signed by governor
HB1308 Investor-owned public utility; SCC to suspend enforcement of all proposed rates, toll, charges, etc. signed by governor
HB1309 Public Procurement Act; procurement of certain professional services by Transportation Commissioner. signed by governor
HB1310 Contractors, Board for; certification of geothermal heat pump ground loop system providers. dead
HB1311 Stormwater management regulations; extends effective date that establishes local program criteria. incorporated
HB1312 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of James River Park System. dead
HB1313 Prince William County Metro Rail Improvement District; created. dead
HB1314 State taxes, delinquent; persons appointed by State to collect shall be compensated. dead
HB1315 State agencies, department, etc.; funds received from federal government not subject to state audit. dead
HB1316 Residential community programs; DOC to give nonviolent prisoners opportunity to participate. dead
HB1317 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; funds to financial institutions for small business loans. dead
HB1318 Governor; prohibited from holding an official leadership position in a national political party. incorporated
HB1319 Carbon dioxide emissions; defers USEPA enforcement of any standards or cap and trade provisions. dead
HB1320 Dam safety; DCR to award grants to local government and private entity for dam break analysis, etc. signed by governor
HB1321 Fire Prevention Code; regulation of open burning by localities. passed committee
HB1322 Waste kitchen grease; any person who transports must register with VDACS, exceptions. enacted
HB1323 Tolls; provided at Monitor Merrimac Memorial Bridge-Tunnel & Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel. dead
HB1324 ABC; consumption of lawfully acquired wine at certain licensed establishments. dead
HB1325 ABC; Board to conduct a study that assesses economic impact of marking up spirits, report. dead
HB1326 Workers' compensation; medical services. dead
HB1327 Bristol Virginia Utilities (BVU) Authority; created. dead
HB1328 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; written notice of applicable law to offenders. dead
HB1329 Motor fuels sales tax; defines gross sales and sales price for purposes of tax in Northern Virginia. signed by governor
HB1330 Real Estate Time-Share Act; right of time-share owner to surrender time-share. dead
HB1331 Efficient Government, Council on; established. dead
HB1332 Cotton Board; notice of referenda to all cotton producers listed. signed by governor
HB1333 Preneed funeral contracts; SCC to oversee contracts funded by proceeds of life insurance policy. dead
HB1334 Littering; prohibits disposal of cigarette butts on public property. in subcommittee
HB1335 Mail voter registration application form; SBE to make form available where hunting licenses sold. dead
HB1336 Commercial dumpsters; VDOT shall issue permits for temporary placement in residential neighborhoods. dead
HB1337 Veterans Bill of Rights; Commissioner and Board of Veterans Services to develop and implement. signed by governor
HB1338 Interpreters for non-English-speaking persons; compensation. in subcommittee
HB1339 Retirement System; retired teachers returning to work. dead
HB1340 Sewage sludge; localities located in karst region to prohibit application in their boundaries. dead
HB1341 Income tax; credit for electric energy facility producing electricity from livestock waste nutrient. dead
HB1342 Renewable energy portfolio standard; electric generation facilities fueled by poultry litter, etc. dead
HB1343 Ephedrine and pseudoephedrine; Board of Pharmacy to establish program to implement tracking sales. dead
HB1344 Coalbed methane gas; Gas & Oil Board to order arbitration to resolve conflicting claim of ownership. signed by governor
HB1345 Probate; list of heirs must be filed with clerk of court. signed by governor
HB1346 Workers' compensation; establishes a limitations period for claims for hepatitis. dead
HB1347 Sales and use and BPOL taxes; exemptions for certain aviation companies. in committee
HB1348 Subdivision ordinance; designated administrative agency means planning commission of locality, etc. signed by governor
HB1349 Virginia Free File program; Tax Commissioner to establish and model after IRS Free File program. signed by governor
HB1350 Post-Disaster Anti-Price Gouging Act; time of disaster. dead
HB1351 Indoor Clean Air Act; smoking in public buildings prohibited, penalty. dead
HB1352 Marijuana field test results; may be given by law-enforcement officer to defendant or guardian. dead
HB1353 DUI; prohibited while operating a school bus, penalty. enacted
HB1354 Uninsured motorist insurance; coverage for nonresident motor vehicle insured in another state. stricken
HB1355 Bifurcated trial; when jury cannot agree on punishment, court shall impanel different jury. dead
HB1356 License fees and taxes, local; exempts campgrounds and bed and breakfast establishments. signed by governor
HB1357 Carbon dioxide; prohibits Air Polution Control Board and DEQ to restrict emission thereof. dead
HB1358 Electric utility rate structures; advancing conservation and efficiency. dead
HB1359 Income tax, corporate; tax credit for investments in machinery or equipment by small businesses. dead
HB1360 Income tax, state; telework expenses tax credit. dead
HB1361 Computer & digital forensic services; exempt from regulation as a private security service business. dead
HB1362 Motor fuels tax; DMV Commissioner to revoke licenses issued to persons violating tax provisions. dead
HB1363 Title loans; establishes a system for regulating. dead
HB1364 National Guard; eligibility for in-state tuition for members to allow for religious training, etc. dead
HB1365 Motor carriers; regulation of transportation of railroad employees by contract carriers. dead
HB1366 Sex offender; prohibition of entry onto school or child day care center property. dead
HB1367 Health insurance; coverage for treatment of autism spectrum disorder. dead
HB1368 Vehicle engine idling; allowed for unattended motor vehicles on residential streets, exceptions. dead
HB1369 Secondary Street Acceptance Requirements; VDOT to reconsider. dead
HB1370 License plates, special; issuance to members and former members of U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force. dead
HB1371 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; provides exception for locality to obtain grant or loan. incorporated
HB1372 Economic Development Partnership; change title for Executive Director. enacted
HB1373 Telephone service; telephone company to provide credit to subscribers affected by any outage. dead
HB1374 Manufactured Housing Licensing & Transaction Recovery Fund Law; dealer may retain damages. enacted
HB1375 Prescription drug benefits; replace obsolete publications from list of standard reference compendia. signed by governor
HB1376 Students; Board of Nursing to revise guidelines on seizure management for those with epilepsy. signed by governor
HB1377 Health services plan; hearings and investigations on effect of other state's law. signed by governor
HB1378 Medical Assistance Services, Department of; establishing pilot program for use of biometric data. enacted
HB1379 Child-care facilities; local regulation of possession and storage of firearms, etc., at facilities. signed by governor
HB1380 RPS program; removes certain requirements for forest products. dead
HB1381 Major Employment and Investment Project Site Planning Grant Fund; established. signed by governor
HB1382 Law-enforcement officers; prohibits public disclosure of personal information on Internet. signed by governor
HB1383 Zoning appeals, Board of; no action of board shall be valid unless authorized by majority. signed by governor
HB1384 License tax credit; credit against state license tax liability on certain insurance companies. dead
HB1385 Cemetery Board; exemptions from licensure. dead
HB1386 Constitutional amendments; information provided to voters on State Board of Elections' website. dead
HB1387 Campaign finance information and reports; public access. signed by governor
HB1388 Virtual school programs; established. signed by governor
HB1389 College Partnership Laboratory Schools; established. enacted
HB1390 Charter schools, public; review & consideration of application by Board of Education & school board. signed by governor
HB1391 Investor-owned electric utilities; establishes process used by SCC in reviews of rates, etc. dead
HB1392 New Bohemia Region of Prince George County; designating as Bohemian Czech & Slovak Historic Region. dead
HB1393 Misdemeanors; incarceration options, appointment of counsel or waiver of right. dead
HB1394 Misdemeanors; appointment of counsel, imposition of penalty of incarceration in certain cases. in committee
HB1395 Public-Private Acts of 1995 and 2002; certain grant agreements. dead
HB1396 Economic development incentives; aggregate amount of awarded grants for eligible projects. signed by governor
HJ1 Celebrating the life of Al Rosenbaum. passed house
HJ2 Commending Steve Sherwood. passed house
HJ3 Commending T. K. Weiler. passed house
HJ4 Commending the Grafton High School baseball team. passed house
HJ5 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Transportation Funds. dead
HJ6 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for persons convicted of nonviolent felonies. dead
HJ7 Constitutional amendment; health care freedom (first reference). dead
HJ8 Commending Jasmine Williams-Hayes. passed house
HJ9 General Assembly; establish schedule for conduct of business & provide legislative continuity. passed house
HJ10 General Assembly; establishing prefiling schedule for 2011 Regular Session. passed house
HJ11 Constitutional amendment; localities to establish either income or financial worth limitations. passed house
HJ12 Commending Norfolk State University on the occasion of its 75th anniversary. passed house
HJ13 Celebrating the 40th birthday of Secretariat on March 30, 2010. passed house
HJ14 Defensive medicine; joint subcommittee to study alternatives that will reduce costs. dead
HJ15 Celebrating the life of Robert Carson Wininger. passed house
HJ16 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of felonies, etc. dead
HJ17 Commending Sally H. Thomas. passed house
HJ18 Commending the Bruton High School football team. passed house
HJ19 Commending the Tabb High School field hockey team. passed house
HJ20 Commending Brigadier General John W. Nicholson (Ret.). passed house
HJ21 Commending the Warhill High School football team. passed house
HJ22 No Child Left Behind; joint committee to study impact on SOLs and high school graduation rates. dead
HJ23 Unemployment Compensation Act; JLARC to study effectiveness of deputy-level hearings on claims. dead
HJ24 Commending the Norfolk State University Spartan 'Legion' Marching Band. passed house
HJ25 Virginia Rail Heritage Region; designating various counties, cities, and towns to be included. passed house
HJ26 Constitutional amendment; limits total appropriations in a year to preceding year's total. dead
HJ27 Health care, indigent; Joint Commission on Health Care to study. passed house
HJ28 Small businesses; joint subcommittee to study state laws and regulations that impede. dead
HJ29 Medical doctors; joint subcommittee to study current and impending severe shortage in State. dead
HJ30 Constitutional amendment; appointment of members of Board of Education (first reference). dead
HJ31 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ32 Nottoway Indian Tribe; State extends recognition and grants representation on VCI. passed house
HJ33 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans (second reference). passed house
HJ34 Constitutional amendment; limit on taxes or revenues and Revenue Stabilization Fund. passed house
HJ35 Health insurance system, private; joint subcommittee on Healthcare Reform to recommend reforms. dead
HJ36 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Major Lawrence T. Parker. passed house
HJ37 Celebrating the life of Dr. Carl William Armstrong. passed house
HJ38 Celebrating the life of Harvey Lee Hudson, Jr. passed house
HJ39 Commending Michael A. Jones. passed house
HJ40 Commending Delia H. Atwood. passed house
HJ41 Commending the Virginia Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads on the 75th anniversary. passed house
HJ42 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of felonies, etc. dead
HJ43 Constitutional amendments; Governor's term of office, appointment of members to Board of Education. dead
HJ44 Commending Denise Moser. passed house
HJ45 Commending Brain Injury Services, Inc., on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. passed house
HJ46 Celebrating the life of Oliver James Tate. passed house
HJ47 Commending the Ginter Park Residents' Association on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ48 Hunger and malnutrition; joint subcommittee to study extent and cost thereof in State. dead
HJ49 Unemployment compensation benefits; JLARC to study overpayment as result of errors by VEC. dead
HJ50 Textile Heritage Week; designating as first week of September 2010, and each succeeding year. passed house
HJ51 Commending the Daily Planet on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. passed house
HJ52 Hurricane Awareness and Preparedness Week; designating as last week of May 2010. passed house
HJ53 Honor and Remember Flag; U.S. Congress urged to designate as national emblem of service. dead
HJ54 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly may agree to delay reconvened session (first reference). dead
HJ55 Constitutional amendment; repeals 2006 referendum dealing with marriage (first reference). dead
HJ56 Virginia Cancer Plan Action Coalition; requested to report changes to Governor, etc. passed house
HJ57 Animal welfare and enforcement; joint subcommittee to study institutional design. dead
HJ58 Commending the Honorable Richard S. Bray. passed house
HJ59 Celebrating the life of Leo T. Griffin, Sr. passed house
HJ60 School divisions; JLARC to study those contracting collectively in certain areas of procurement. passed house
HJ61 Transportation Needs, Commission on; established, report. dead
HJ62 Banks; joint subcommittee to study whether to establish those to be operated by State. dead
HJ63 State government efficiency; joint subcommittee to study. dead
HJ64 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ65 Commending Lillie Cox Branch. passed house
HJ66 Commending INC.spire, the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce business incubator program. passed house
HJ67 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first resolution). dead
HJ68 Highway; Joint Commission on Transportation Accountability to develop plan to place toll on certain. dead
HJ69 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). dead
HJ70 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for persons convicted of felonies. dead
HJ71 Celebrating the life of William E. Obenchain, Jr. passed house
HJ72 Celebrating the life of Wilbur Ira Reid, Sr. passed house
HJ73 Celebrating the life of Jessie Lee Lewis. passed house
HJ74 State-owned submerged land; Institute of Marine Science to study management option on Eastern shore. dead
HJ75 Celebrating the life of Jeter Guy Lawson. passed house
HJ76 Celebrating the life of Kenneth Fox Arnold. passed house
HJ77 Commending the Wallops Flight Facility on the occasion of its 65th anniversary. passed house
HJ78 Commending John H. Campbell. passed house
HJ79 Localities; JLARC to study costs and benefits to State for providing financial incentives. dead
HJ80 Zero-based budgeting; joint subcommittee to study implementing to determine its utility in State. dead
HJ81 Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel; VDOT to implement recommendations of Independent Review Panel. in subcommittee
HJ82 Health care homes, chronic; Joint Commission on Health Care to study feasibility of developing. passed house
HJ83 Home and Community-Based Services State Plan Option; JLARC to study cost & benefits of implementing. dead
HJ84 Constitutional amendment; limits total appropriations in a year to preceding year's total. dead
HJ85 Absentee ballots; SBE to develop secure procedures for active military and overseas voters to cast. dead
HJ86 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Trust Fund (first reference). dead
HJ87 TANF; JLARC to study costs of drug testing recipients of cash assistance in order to reduce costs. dead
HJ88 Federal budget; Congress to propose amendment to U.S. Constitution for balanced budget requirement. dead
HJ89 Children's mental health services; joint subcommittee to study option for improving & accessibility. dead
HJ90 Nursing homes; DHP to study advisability of permitting use of medication aides. passed house
HJ91 Alcoholic Beverage Control Board; disposition of real estate used for government stores. dead
HJ92 College graduates; joint subcommittee to study ways to increase certain baccalaureate degrees. dead
HJ93 Federal stimulus; joint subcommittee to study impact of spending in State. dead
HJ94 Health care and health care professionals; DHP to study access thereto in Southwest Virginia. incorporated
HJ95 Virginia Farm-to-School Week; designating as second full week of November 2010. passed house
HJ96 Transportation Needs, Commission on; established, report. dead
HJ97 Children; Crime Commission to study penalties for taking indecent liberties involving minors. passed house
HJ98 Constitutional amendment; recall of elected officers (first reference). dead
HJ99 Health insurance coverage, catastrophic; Joint Commission on Health Care to study options. passed house
HJ100 Governor's schools; Board of Education encouraged to support establishment of additional schools. dead
HJ101 Virginia Workplace Readiness Skills and test; Board of Education to approve revised version, report. passed house
HJ102 Celebrating the life of First Lieutenant Leevi K. Barnard. passed house
HJ103 Celebrating the life of John Harding Ball, Jr. passed house
HJ104 Commending the Collegiate School boys' tennis team. passed house
HJ105 Commending the Collegiate School girls' tennis team. passed house
HJ106 Commending Tara Zimak. passed house
HJ107 Commending the Center for the Constitution at James Madisons Montpelier. passed house
HJ108 Commending the City of Fairfax Band on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. passed house
HJ109 Commending Fairfax Spotlight on the Arts, Inc., on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed house
HJ110 Commending the County of Henrico on the occasion of its 400th anniversary. passed house
HJ111 Commending Fan Free Clinic on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. passed house
HJ112 General Assembly; notifying Governor of organization. passed house
HJ113 Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
HJ114 Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public use (first reference). dead
HJ115 Constitutional amendment; establishes limitations on taking of private property (first reference). dead
HJ116 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for persons convicted of felonies. dead
HJ117 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ118 Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public use (first reference). dead
HJ119 Route 1 Corridor; joint subcommittee to study creation thereof. dead
HJ120 Higher educational institutions; joint subcommittee to study ways to increase bachelor's degrees. dead
HJ121 Gas & Oil Act; Coal & Energy Commission to study ownership rights of coalbed methane & natural gas. passed house
HJ122 Children; joint subcommittee to study minimum standards for supervised visitation. dead
HJ123 Revenue sources, local; joint subcommittee to study ways to improve balance thereof. dead
HJ124 Medical care; Joint Commission on Health Care to study access thereto in rural Southwest Virginia. dead
HJ125 State sovereignty; Congress urged to honor Tenth Amendment of U.S. Constitution. dead
HJ126 Interstate safety rest areas; Virginia Transportation Research Council to study. passed house
HJ127 Medicaid; JLARC to study program to identify opportunity to reduce waste, etc. passed house
HJ128 Pharmaceutical manufacturers; JLARC to study feasibility of gross receipts assessment. dead
HJ129 Public defender; Indigent Defense Commission to study creation of office to serve Montgomery County. dead
HJ130 Standard software package; Sec. of Tech. to study feasibility of developing for local governments. passed house
HJ131 International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme; State Council of Higher Education to study. dead
HJ132 Senior citizens; SHHR to establish mechanism to facilitate coordination & access to service thereto. passed house
HJ133 Mammograms, yearly; Health Commissioner to promote as an effective tool in breast cancer prevention. passed house
HJ134 Transportation Network of Hampton Roads, Joint Subcommittee Studying; continued. passed house
HJ135 Development and Land Use Tools in State's Localities, Joint Subcommittee Studying; continued. passed house
HJ136 Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day; designating as March 30, 2010, & each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
HJ137 Honor and Remember Flag; State's emblem of service and sacrifice by members of U.S. Armed Forces. passed house
HJ138 Lumpkin's Slave Jail and Slave Burial Ground for Negroes; encourages preservation of historic site. passed house
HJ139 Celebrating the life of M. Catherine Wiant. passed house
HJ140 Celebrating the life of Hugh Robert Morrison. passed house
HJ141 Celebrating the life of James L. McLemore III. passed house
HJ142 Celebrating the life of Nathan T. Hardee. passed house
HJ143 Commending Mountain View High School. passed house
HJ144 Commending the King's Fork High School boys' basketball team. passed house
HJ145 Commending the Nansemond-Suffolk Academy football team. passed house
HJ146 Commending Virginia's Rx Partnership and its partners. passed house
HJ147 Commending Norman Mullins. passed house
HJ148 Commending the Honorable Richard S. Bray. passed house
HJ149 Commending the Altavista High School football team. passed house
HJ150 Patawomeck Indian Tribe; General Assembly to extend state recognition & representation on VCI. passed house
HJ151 Norfolk's Light Rail project; Auditor of Public Accounts to conduct financial audit, report. dead
HJ152 Commending the University of Virginia men's soccer team. passed house
HJ153 General Assembly; establishing an inaugural committee. passed house
HJ154 Mental health courts; Crime Commission to study costs and benefits of establishing courts. dead
HJ155 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Jeffrey Alexander Reed. passed house
HJ156 National Earned Income Tax Credit Awareness Day; designating as January 29, 2010. passed house
HJ157 Celebrating the life of Dr. Robert Latham Brundred Murray. passed house
HJ158 Commemorating the life of Paul G. McIntire on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of his birth. passed house
HJ159 Celebrating the life of J. Lloyd Gregory. passed house
HJ160 Celebrating the life of Robert Henkel Spilman, Sr. passed house
HJ161 Nonprofit employment service organizations; recognizing services thereof vended through DRS. passed house
HJ162 Celebrating the life of Richard Lewis Shelton. passed house
HJ163 Celebrating the life of Alexander Victor Kissal. passed house
HJ164 Commending the Northside High School football team. passed house
HJ165 Commending Parklawn Elementary School. passed house
HJ166 Commending Lizzie Powell. passed house
HJ167 Commending People, Inc., on the occasion of its 45th anniversary. passed house
HJ168 Commending John T. Whelan. passed house
HJ169 Celebrating the life of Louise Hope Pitt Miller. passed house
HJ170 Commending Virginia Task Force 1. passed house
HJ171 Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Tribe; General Assembly to extend state recognition thereto, etc. passed house
HJ172 Celebrating the life of Marcus Pinson Neal, Jr., M.D. passed house
HJ173 Celebrating the life of L. Clarke Jones, Jr. passed house
HJ174 Celebrating the life of Elizabeth Harding LeRoy. passed house
HJ175 Celebrating the life of Dr. Everette Lee May. passed house
HJ176 Celebrating the life of Robert N. Twigg. passed house
HJ177 Commending the Virginia Capital Trail Foundation. passed house
HJ178 Commending Ryan Krank. passed house
HJ179 Commending Pete T. Twisdale II. passed house
HJ180 Commending the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ181 Commending the Town of Boyce on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ182 Philanthropy and private foundations; recognizing and encouraging formation & creation of entities. passed house
HJ183 Constitutional convention; urges U.S. Congress to call for purposes of amending U.S. Constitution. dead
HJ184 Celebrating the life of E. Alvin Small. passed house
HJ185 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Dale Russel Griffin. passed house
HJ186 Commending Titan America. passed house
HJ187 Commending the Mills E. Godwin High School boys' tennis team. passed house
HJ188 Commending the Mills E. Godwin High School girls' tennis team. passed house
HJ189 Commending the Cold War Museum. passed house
HJ190 Teen Organ Donation Awareness Day; designating as April 9, 2010, and each succeeding year. passed house
HJ191 Health insurance choice; SCT, et al. to appropriate trade associations, etc., to develop blueprint. dead
HJ192 Judges; election in Supreme Court of Virginia, Court of Appeals, circuit court, etc. passed house
HJ193 Parental Rights Amendment; urging Congress to pass amendment to Constitution and submit to states. dead
HJ194 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Robert James Smith. passed house
HJ195 Lupus Awareness Month; designating as May 2010, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
HJ196 Commending the Chesapeake Bioscience Education Foundation. passed house
HJ197 Judges; nomination for election to general district & juvenile & domestic relations district courts. passed house
HJ198 Youth Fitness Day; designating as April 25, 2010, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
HJ199 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Phillip Myers. passed house
HJ200 Commending Theresa L. Tapscott. passed house
HJ201 Commending The First Tee. passed house
HJ202 Commending Catherine S. Webb. passed house
HJ203 Joint Rules Committee and Speaker of House of Delegates; confirming appointments. passed house
HJ204 Celebrating the life of Shirley Hairston Wilson. passed house
HJ205 Celebrating the life of Thomas Emmanuel Larner. passed house
HJ206 Celebrating the life of George Barnett, Sr. passed house
HJ207 Commending the Southside Rescue Squad, Inc., on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ208 Commending Mary Calcott Elementary School. passed house
HJ209 Commending Scott and Mendy Sink. passed house
HJ210 Commending the League of Women Voters of Virginia on the occasion of the 90th anniversary. passed house
HJ211 Commending the Texas Tavern. passed house
HJ212 Commending the E.C. Glass Theatre on the occasion of its 30th anniversary. passed house
HJ213 Commending the Chatham High School baseball team. passed house
HJ214 Commending Brittany Arnn. passed house
HJ215 Commending John Hanna. passed house
HJ216 Commending the Virginia Nurses Association. passed house
HJ217 Celebrating the life of David Wayne DeHart. passed house
HJ218 Celebrating the life of John Warren Cooke. passed house
HJ219 Celebrating the life of Ann Rodriguez. passed house
HJ220 Commending Radford University on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ221 Commending the Radford High School boys' basketball team. passed house
HJ222 Commending the Frank W. Cox High School girls' field hockey team. passed house
HJ223 Commending Doug Tarring. passed house
HJ224 Commending St. Anne's-Belfield School boys' lacrosse team. passed house
HJ225 Commending the Virginia Health Care Foundation on its 18 years of service to the Commonwealth. passed house
HJ226 Commending the Thomas Dale High School football team. passed house
HJ227 Commending Colonel Robert C. Barrett, USA Ret. passed house
HJ228 Commending Reston Town Center on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. passed house
HJ229 Commending Captain Richard Phillips. passed house
HJ230 Celebrating the life of Jerrell Gideon Huneycutt. passed house
HJ231 Commending Irvin Lewis Powell. passed house
HJ232 Commending Lester L. Burnett. passed house
HJ233 Commending Sheriff Charles E. Jett and the Stafford County Sheriff's Office. passed house
HJ234 Commending Angela Tincher. passed house
HJ235 Commending Head Coach Frank Beamer and the Virginia Tech football team. passed house
HJ236 Commending the Virginia Councils of the Boy Scouts of America. passed house
HJ237 Celebrating the life of Oriana Robertson Hargrove. passed house
HJ238 Celebrating the life of Margaret Louise Lee Hahn. passed house
HJ239 Celebrating the life of Samuel Morgan Church, Jr. passed house
HJ240 Celebrating the life of John Spencer Kelly, Sr. passed house
HJ241 Commending the Virginia Symphony Orchestra. passed house
HJ242 Commending Roger Cook. passed house
HJ243 Commending the Richmond City Promise Neighborhood Initiative. passed house
HJ244 Commending Gail D. Davis. passed house
HJ245 Commending the Wise County and City of Norton Bar Association and the Clerk of Circuit Court for Wis passed house
HJ246 Celebrating the life of Donald Lynn Meredith. passed house
HJ247 Commending MINDS WIDE OPEN: Virginia Celebrates Women in the Arts. passed house
HJ248 Commending Captain Jabari B. Craddock. passed house
HJ249 Celebrating the life of Alexander Lebenstein. passed house
HJ250 Celebrating the life of Carl Joseph Koenig, Sr. passed house
HJ251 Celebrating the life of Michael E. Mares. passed house
HJ252 Celebrating the life of S. John Davis. passed house
HJ253 Commending Highlands Union Bank on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed house
HJ254 Commending Our Lady of Mount Carmel School. passed house
HJ255 Commending the Christopher Newport University men's soccer team. passed house
HJ256 Commending the Christopher Newport University women's volleyball team. passed house
HJ257 Commending Hilton Elementary School. passed house
HJ258 Celebrating the life of Charles J. Davis, Jr. passed house
HJ259 American Heart Month; designating as February 2010, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
HJ260 Commending the Honorable Kenneth Wilson Nye. passed house
HJ261 Commending the Asian American residents of Virginia on their celebration of the Lunar New Year. passed house
HJ262 Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award and the Bay Friendly Farm passed house
HJ263 Commending Leonard W. Sandridge. passed house
HJ264 Commending Jane Garrant Roane. passed house
HJ265 Commending the Old Dominion University Monarchs football team. passed house
HJ266 Commending Virginia Task Force 2. passed house
HJ267 Celebrating the life of Betty Cross Pretlow. passed house
HJ268 Celebrating the life of Blackwell J. Hawthorne. passed house
HJ269 Commending the South Central Fair on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ270 Commending Vector Industries, Inc., on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. passed house
HJ271 Commending the Peter Paul Development Center on the occasion of its 30th anniversary. passed house
HJ272 Commending Verdia L. Haywood. passed house
HJ273 Commending Joan Manley. passed house
HJ274 Commending Creeds Elementary School on the occasion of its 70th anniversary. passed house
HJ275 Virginia Confederate soldiers; memorial at Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park. passed house
HJ276 Commending Karen Halsey. passed house
HJ277 Celebrating the life of Rabbi Richard Sternberger. passed house
HJ278 Celebrating the life of William McGarvey Dudley. passed house
HJ279 Commending the "Richmond 34" on the fiftieth anniversary of the Thalhimers Department Stor passed house
HJ280 Commending Louise Rooney. passed house
HJ281 Commending Ted Hochstein. passed house
HJ282 Commending the Herndon Fortnightly Club on the occasion of its 120th anniversary. passed house
HJ283 Commending The Closet of the Greater Herndon Area, Inc. passed house
HJ284 Commending the Herndon Rotary Club on the occasion of its 70th anniversary. passed house
HJ285 Commending Herndon Volunteer Fire Department on the occasion of its 80th anniversary. passed house
HJ286 Commending Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University's landscape architecture program in t passed house
HJ287 Commending John W. Burrow. passed house
HJ288 Commending the Life Center of Galax. passed house
HJ289 Celebrating the life of Theodore Edward BaCote, Jr. passed house
HJ290 Commending John Thomas Casteen III. passed house
HJ291 Commending Patrick W. Finnerty. passed house
HJ292 Commending the 29th Infantry Division of the Virginia-Maryland-District of Columbia National Guard a passed house
HJ293 Commending the Division of Capitol Police. passed house
HJ294 Commending Eddie N. Moore, Jr. passed house
HJ295 Commending the Honorable James E. Hume, Judge of the Petersburg Juvenile and Domestic Relations Dist passed house
HJ296 Commending the Blessed Sacrament Huguenot Catholic School football team. passed house
HJ297 Commending Lester Harold Hutchinson, Jr. passed house
HJ298 Celebrating the life of William Clark Jordan. passed house
HJ299 Celebrating the life of Carter Randolph Allen. passed house
HJ300 Celebrating the life of Rose Marie Morgan Worthy. passed house
HJ301 Celebrating the life of Dr. Henry B. Larzelere. passed house
HJ302 Commending the Honorable Thomas H. Wood. passed house
HJ303 Commending Sean Gleason. passed house
HJ304 Commending the Historical Truxtun Civic League. passed house
HJ305 Celebrating the accomplishments of the Virginia National Guard and the Virginia Defense Force. passed house
HJ306 Commending Rotary International. passed house
HJ307 Commending Mark Coward. passed house
HJ308 Celebrating the life of Raymond Lewis Venator. passed house
HJ309 Celebrating the life of Rebecca Perdue Lumsden. passed house
HJ310 Commending Dana B. Hamel. passed house
HJ311 Commending the Salem Choral Society, Aaron Garber, and Richard Bansemer. passed house
HJ312 Commending Janice Holland. passed house
HJ313 Commending Elisa Lueck. passed house
HJ314 Commending Julie Knight. passed house
HJ315 Commending Gary J. Rasmussen. passed house
HJ316 Commending Thomas Owens. passed house
HJ317 Commending Farooq Akbar, M.D. passed house
HJ318 Commending Gary B. O'Connell. passed house
HJ319 Commending Jack Taylor. passed house
HJ320 Commending Helen Dragas. passed house
HJ321 Celebrating the life of Charles S. Kiley. passed house
HJ322 Celebrating the life of Dr. James H.M. Henderson. passed house
HJ323 Celebrating the life of Major Harold E. Brown, Jr. passed house
HJ324 Celebrating the life of Raymond Celester Crittenden, Jr. passed house
HJ325 Commending Cities of Waynesboro, Staunton, and County of Augusta on partnership with Augusta Health. passed house
HJ326 Commending Girls on the Run of Northern Virginia. passed house
HJ327 Celebrating the life of James I. Mayer. passed house
HJ328 Celebrating the life of Marvin L. Gillum. passed house
HJ329 Celebrating the life of Kelly Noel Combs Necessary. passed house
HJ330 Celebrating the life of Thomas Alan Reid. passed house
HJ331 Commending the Columbia Pike on the occasion of its 200th anniversary. passed house
HJ332 Commending the Women's Suffrage Museum and the Workhouse Arts Center. passed house
HJ333 Commending Caressa Cameron. passed house
HJ334 Commending Amy Phillips. passed house
HJ335 Commending Abingdon Baptist Church on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ336 Commending Rabbi Amy M. Schwartzman. passed house
HJ337 Commending Rosebud Baptist Church on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ338 Commending the Town of Boykins on the occasion of its 125th anniversary. passed house
HJ339 Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Blue Ridge Parkway. passed house
HJ340 Celebrating the life of R. Wendell Midkiff. passed house
HJ341 Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week; designating as second week of March 2010, & each year thereafter. passed house
HJ342 Celebrating the life of Edward L. Brown, Sr. passed house
HJ343 Celebrating the life of Mary Ann Brinkley Ingram. passed house
HJ344 Celebrating the life Robert David Smith, Sr. passed house
HJ345 Celebrating the life of Philip LeeAllen Minor, M.D. passed house
HJ346 Celebrating the life of Paul Randolph McNeer, M.D. passed house
HJ347 Celebrating the life of Jeanice Elaine McMillan. passed house
HJ348 Commending the Sheraton and the Westin hotels in Reston Heights. passed house
HJ349 Commending the Virginia Spine Institute. passed house
HJ350 Commending Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc. passed house
HJ351 Commending Imam Mohamed Magid and Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk. passed house
HJ352 Commending the Honorable Thomas V. Warren. passed house
HJ353 Commending Millard D. Stith, Jr. passed house
HJ354 Commending the Prince Hall Masons of Virginia. passed house
HJ355 Celebrating the life of Major General (USA Ret.) Alvin Bryant, M.D. passed house
HJ356 Celebrating the life of James Blair Bibby. passed house
HJ357 Celebrating the life of Morgan Dana Harrington. passed house
HJ358 Celebrating the life of Charles Harmon Robson, Jr. passed house
HJ359 Celebrating the life of Donald Robert Colburn. passed house
HJ360 Celebrating the life of Andrew Lucius Turner, Jr. passed house
HJ361 Commending Clayton T. Lester. passed house
HJ362 Commending the New Bohemia Region of Prince George County. passed house
HJ363 Commending Carson United Methodist Church on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ364 Commending Lenard Delon Lackey, Jr. passed house
HJ365 Commending Robert T. Chappell. passed house
HJ366 Commending Rosemary Tran Lauer and Devotion to Children. passed house
HJ367 Commending Carolyn Winstead Meyers. passed house
HJ368 Celebrating the life of John M. DeMaria, Sr. passed house
HJ369 Commending John Patrick Haymore. passed house
HJ370 Commending Berry H. Sossoman, Jr. passed house
HJ371 Commending Zion Baptist Church on the occasion of its 145th anniversary. passed house
HJ372 Commending the Nelson County High School one-act play ensemble. passed house
HJ373 Celebrating the life of J. Michael Lunsford. passed house
HJ374 Celebrating the life of Orvin Herman Kiser, Sr. passed house
HJ375 Celebrating the life of Helen Hudson Shelburne passed house
HJ376 Commending the St. Christopher's School wrestling team. passed house
HJ377 Commending Bethany Baptist Church on the occasion of its 240th anniversary. passed house
HJ378 Commending Alan Cantrell. passed house
HJ379 Celebrating the life of Ralph William Carroll, Sr. passed house
HJ380 Commending the Frank W. Cox High School wrestling team. passed house
HJ381 Commending Terry Alford, Ph.D. passed house
HJ382 Commending Joe Frank. passed house
HJ383 Commending Barbara Williams. passed house
HJ384 Commending the Capitol Security Working Team. passed house
HJ385 Commending the Hampton Roads Small Business Development Center. passed house
HJ386 Commending Spotsylvania County Crime Solvers. passed house
HJ387 Celebrating the life of Lawona R. Spencer. passed house
HJ388 Celebrating the life of Patricia Royal Perkinson. passed house
HJ389 Celebrating the life of Specialist Christopher James Coffland. passed house
HJ390 Celebrating the life of Carolyn Simpson Gay. passed house
HJ391 Celebrating the life of JoAnne M. Jorgenson. passed house
HJ392 Commending Mt. Zion Baptist Church. passed house
HJ393 Commending the Fork Church on the occasion of its 275th anniversary. passed house
HJ394 Commending the Campus Kitchen at the College of William and Mary. passed house
HJ395 Commending Barbara Severin. passed house
HJ396 Commending David and Jolly DeGive. passed house
HJ397 Commending Cindee Cordova. passed house
HJ398 Commending the Boys and Girls Club of Fauquier County. passed house
HJ399 Commending the Southern Fauquier Historical Society, Inc. passed house
HJ400 Commending the Honorable Thomas V. Warren. passed house
HJ401 Commending E. Harris Spindle. passed house
HJ402 Commending the George C. Marshall Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America. passed house
HJ403 Commending Donald T. Wood. passed house
HJ404 Commending Vernon L. Wood. passed house
HJ405 Commending Leon J. Parrish. passed house
HJ406 Commending Steve Crowder. passed house
HJ407 Commending Pleasant View Elementary School. passed house
HJ408 Commending Robert Christopher Trani. passed house
HJ409 Commending Ben Youngstone. passed house
HJ410 Celebrating the life of George Wesley Moshenek. passed house
HJ411 Celebrating the life of William Eugene Gallahan, Jr. passed house
HJ412 Celebrating the life of Lt. Colonel Herman M. Craig, Sr., USA Ret. passed house
HJ413 Celebrating the life of Sergeant William John Cahir, USMC. passed house
HJ414 Celebrating the life of Anna Leola Jones Studivant. passed house
HJ415 Celebrating the life of E. George Middleton, Jr. passed house
HJ416 Commending Pilgrim Baptist Church on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ417 Commending the Wilson Memorial High School debate team. passed house
HJ418 Commending Jane Hawker. passed house
HJ419 Commending First Baptist Church in Danville on the occasion of its 175th anniversary. passed house
HJ420 Commending John C. Hamlin. passed house
HJ421 Commending Colonial Baptist Church on the occasion of its 30th anniversary. passed house
HJ422 Commending the Faith Baptist School girls' basketball team. passed house
HJ423 Commending Nannie P. Calloway. passed house
HJ424 Commending Portia Wilson McClenny. passed house
HJ425 Commending the Cavalier Manor Police Community Relations Advisory Committee. passed house
HJ426 Commending the Christiansburg High School wrestling team. passed house
HJ427 Commending James Wesley Epperly. passed house
HJ428 Commending Jack E. Harcourt. passed house
HJ429 Commending Dr. M.G. 'Pat' Robertson. passed house
HJ430 Commending Ventures Outreach, New Hope Housing and the Rising Hope United Methodist Mission church. passed house
HJ431 Commending West Potomac High School on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed house
HJ432 Commending the agencies, companies, organizations, and people who assisted Virginians in the afterma passed house
HJ433 Commending Emmanuel Episcopal Church on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed house
HJ434 Commending Joseph H. Maroon. passed house
HJ435 Commending pregnancy care centers. passed house
HJ436 Commending Aragona Pembroke Little League on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ437 Commending the Belle View Condominium Community. passed house
HJ438 Commending the Episcopal Church of the Advent on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ439 Commending the Piedmont Virginia Dental Health Foundation. passed house
HJ440 Commending Ron Meadows. passed house
HJ441 Commending Paulette Dean. passed house
HJ442 Commending Ben David Jewelers. passed house
HJ443 Commending Fort A.P. Hill. passed house
HJ444 Commending Patricia Macintyre. passed house
HJ445 Commending Richard F. Downer. passed house
HJ446 Commending Dennis D. Husch. passed house
HJ447 Commending Jean Goldsby. passed house
HJ448 Commending Patrick Henry High School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ449 Commending Roger Lee Bradley. passed house
HJ450 Commending the Town of Amherst on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ451 Commending Michael Ryan. passed house
HJ452 Commending Anita Vassar. passed house
HJ453 Commending Amelia County on the occasion of its 275th anniversary. passed house
HJ454 Commending Bruce Lemmert. passed house
HJ455 Commending the Kilmarnock Volunteer Fire Department's Annual Firemen's Carnival on the occasion of i passed house
HJ456 Commending the Carlisle School golf team. passed house
HJ457 Commending the Carlisle School field hockey team. passed house
HJ458 Commending Betty A. Thompson. passed house
HJ459 Commending Judy Walker. passed house
HJ460 Commending Jeanne O. Cox. passed house
HJ461 Commending Randal E. Arno. passed house
HJ462 Commending Gary L. Fitts. passed house
HJ463 Commending Ronald B. McCormick, Jr. passed house
HJ464 Commending Judith Childress. passed house
HJ465 Commending Charles G. Ellis. passed house
HJ466 Commending Ronald C. Ball. passed house
HJ467 Commending Ruby Batts Archie. passed house
HJ468 Commending Don Lawson. passed house
HJ469 Commending the North Richmond YMCA of Greater Richmond. passed house
HJ470 Commending the Virginia Chapter of The Nature Conservancy on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ471 Commending Kevin Michaels. passed house
HJ472 Commending English Construction Company, Inc., on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ473 Commending Zion Baptist Church. passed house
HJ474 Commending the City of Richmond on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the consolidation of the passed house
HJ475 Celebrating the life of Mary Lotz Kauffmann. passed house
HJ476 Celebrating the life of Omer Clyde Stone, Jr. passed house
HJ477 Celebrating the life of Millie Hairston Eggleston. passed house
HJ478 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Lawrence G. "J.R." Sprader, Jr., United States Army. passed house
HJ479 Celebrating the life of Charles Francis Curtis. passed house
HJ480 Celebrating the life of Matthew Lyle Lacy III. passed house
HJ481 Celebrating the life of Willie D. Cosby III. passed house
HJ482 Celebrating the life of John Gruber Fox. passed house
HJ483 Commending Teresa Keller. passed house
HJ484 Commending the Southwest Virginia 4-H Educational Center on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ485 Commending the Alexandria Commission for Women. passed house
HJ486 Commending Fieldale-Collinsville Middle School. passed house
HJ487 Commending Team Fairfax and Fairfax County as the host of the 2015 World Police and Fire Games. passed house
HJ488 Commending Dr. Quan Nguyen. passed house
HJ489 Commending Falls Church's Premier Athletics Club '97 Fusion girls' soccer team. passed house
HJ490 Commending the Nansemond-Suffolk Volunteer Rescue Squad. passed house
HJ491 Commending Mark Kane. passed house
HJ492 Commending the Robinson High School girls' swim team. passed house
HJ493 Judges; election in Supreme Court of Virginia, circuit court, and general district court. passed house
HJ494 General Assembly; deadline for first conference on Budget Bill and session adjournment. passed house
HJ495 General Assembly; adjournment sine die. passed house
HR1 State government efficiency; House of Delegates subcommittees to study. dead
HR2 Electronic legislative information system; Clerk of House of Delegates to post votes of members. dead
HR3 House of Delegates; establishing Rules for 2010-2011 Session. passed house
HR4 House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed house
HR5 State sovereignty; Congress urged to honor Tenth amendment of U.S. Constitution. dead
HR6 Commending the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation and the Virginia Department of Tra passed house
HR7 Celebrating the life of Christopher J. Klicka. passed house
HR8 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed house
HR9 Judge; nomination for election to Court of Appeals. passed house
HR10 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed house
HR11 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed house
HR12 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR13 State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed house
HR14 Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed house
HR15 Judge; nomination for election to general district court. passed house
HR16 Judge; nomination for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR17 Celebrating the life and letters of William Hoffman. passed house
HR18 Quentin Compson; memorializing centenary of his death & expressing appreciation of William Faulkner. passed house
HR19 U.S. Navy's East Coast aircraft carriers; Governor to take action to ensure remain in Hampton Roads. passed house
HR20 Commending Anne Larrick and her Powhatan High School students. passed house
HR21 Commending the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport passed house
HR22 Commending Derrick Borlie. passed house
HR23 Commending Kiara N. Lee. passed house
HR24 Celebrating the life of Earl Ambrose Game. passed house
HR25 Celebrating the life of Wilbert Theodore Borum. passed house
HR26 Celebrating the life of Myrna Miller Wellons. passed house
HR27 Celebrating the life of Lucias T. Mitchell. passed house
HR28 Celebrating the life of Robert Ratliff. passed house
HR29 Commending Friends of the Rappahannock. passed house
HR30 Commending Lt. Robert C. Marland. passed house
HR31 Commending Jermon Terrell Bushrod. passed house
HR32 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed house
HR33 Judge; nomination for election to circuit court. passed house
HR34 Judges; nomination for election in general district court. passed house
HR35 Commending the Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School Blue Crab Bowl team. passed house
HR36 Commending Michael Eddy, Michael Frames, and Scott Pifer. passed house
HR37 Commending John T. Asper. passed house
HR38 Celebrating the life of Keith Kessler. passed house
HR39 Commending the I.C. Norcom High School boys' basketball team. passed house
HR40 House of Delegates; per diem during 2010 Regular Session extension. passed house
# Title Status
SB1 Relief for purchaser of property sold at treasurers' sales; Charles L. Kingrea. signed by governor
SB2 Charter; Town of Duffield. signed by governor
SB3 Concealed handgun permits; renewal by mail. signed by governor
SB4 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; disclosure of government employment. incorporated
SB5 Budget; consideration of certain documents related to. in subcommittee
SB6 Outlying landing fields; G. Assembly to approve any acquisition of land for purpose of establishing. in committee
SB7 Triggerman rule; redefinition thereof. dead
SB8 Fire Prevention Code, Statewide; pyrotechnician or fireworks operator must be certified. signed by governor
SB9 Safety belts; makes nonuse thereof a primary offense. dead
SB10 Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits talking on such device unless in hands-free mode. incorporated
SB11 Claims; Botswanna Imani. dead
SB12 Bristol Virginia Utilities (BVU) Authority; created. signed by governor
SB13 Critical care specialist; added to list of specialists who can determine when patient is brain dead. signed by governor
SB14 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; disclosure of government employment. incorporated
SB15 Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2010; created. signed by governor
SB16 Distribution of handbills, etc.; grants City of Portsmouth power to regulate and prohibit. dead
SB17 Blackwater River; designates portion thereof as component of State Scenic Rivers System. signed by governor
SB18 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Virginia Kids Eat Free program, etc. enacted
SB19 Solid waste disposal; Isle of Wight and Southampton Counties to levy fees upon each household. dead
SB20 Open-end loan plans; caps finance charges and fees that may be charged on extension of credit. dead
SB21 Payday loans; limiting interest to a maximum annual rate of 36 percent. dead
SB22 Assault and battery; penalty when against fire marshals and assistant fire marshals. dead
SB23 Aerospace Advisory Council; powers and duties, membership. signed by governor
SB24 Teachers; extends sunset provision on requirements for identifying and reporting critical shortage. stricken
SB25 Trains; unlawful to board or ride with fraudulent or counterfeit ticket, penalty. signed by governor
SB26 Alcoholic beverages; tasting event to be conducted at government stores under certain circumstances. enacted
SB27 Warranty registration cards; prohibits seller from conditioning coverage or performance of warranty. signed by governor
SB28 Criminal background checks; fingerprinting of applicants and employees of public transit services. signed by governor
SB29 Budget Bill. dead
SB30 Budget Bill. dead
SB31 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans. signed by governor
SB32 Peanut Board; authorized to enter into an agreement with Federal Commodity Credit Corporation. signed by governor
SB33 Mobile camps and other railway work facilities; establishes standards therefor. dead
SB34 Worker Misclassification Act; created. dead
SB35 Distribution of handbills, etc.; adds median & public roadway to places locality can regulate, etc. signed by governor
SB36 Residential property insurance; duty of insurer to repair damages. dead
SB37 License plates, special; issuance to those bearing legend: BUY LOCAL. incorporated
SB38 Charter; City of Norfolk. signed by governor
SB39 RPS program; removes certain requirements for forest products. in committee
SB40 Flying fields and landing areas; exempts certain owners from duty of care and liability. in committee
SB41 Driver's licence, restricted; person allowed to drive to and from a place of worship. signed by governor
SB42 Service handgun; allows law-enforcement officer retiring at age 70 with 10 yrs. service to purchase. signed by governor
SB43 Testamentary trustees; relief of duty to file an inventory or annual accounts. signed by governor
SB44 Judges; increases mandatory retirement age. incorporated
SB45 Disabled parking; windshield placard shall not show certain personal information. signed by governor
SB46 Special education program for children with disabilities; recovery of attorney fees. signed by governor
SB47 Menhaden fisheries; extends sunset provision for harvest. signed by governor
SB48 Absentee ballots; increases deadline for each electoral board to make available for all elections. incorporated
SB49 Handheld wireless communications device; authorized representative at polling place may use certain. signed by governor
SB50 Officers of election; SBE to develop course and examination concerning training standards. signed by governor
SB51 Absentee ballot; person designated by political party to represent inside polling place may cast. signed by governor
SB52 Police dogs; authority to sell dogs trained therefor. signed by governor
SB53 Registered voters; court clerks receiving notice of non-qualified juror to furnish list to SBE. in subcommittee
SB54 Capital murder; fire and emergency personnel added to capital murder statute. in committee
SB55 Absentee ballots; procedure for various deadlines and ballot requirements. signed by governor
SB56 Prayer at public events; governmental agency to have no authority to regulate. passed committee
SB57 RS&UT; dealers selling and installing countertops shall be deemed retailers for purposes thereof. signed by governor
SB58 Certificate of public need; Commissioner of Health to issue addition of beds for nursing homes. dead
SB59 VIEW; screening and assessment for use of illegal substances. dead
SB60 Absentee ballot application; available for inspection by registered voter during office hours. signed by governor
SB61 Officers of election; appointment. signed by governor
SB62 Claims; Howard M. and Inez O. Berry. dead
SB63 Involuntary commitment order; reduces length of time a person can appeal to circuit court. signed by governor
SB64 Signs; provides local government authority to regulate. enacted
SB65 Psychiatric treatment; revises Psychiatric Inpatient Treatment of Minors Act. enacted
SB66 State employment; discrimination prohibited. dead
SB67 Adverse possession; abolition. dead
SB68 Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians Procedural Guarantee Act; conduct of interrogations. enacted
SB69 Surrogacy; permits contract to be entered into by an unmarried person, a surrogate, etc. signed by governor
SB70 Criminal conviction record; person convicted of certain offenses to petition for expungement. in subcommittee
SB71 Energy efficiency resource standard; established. dead
SB72 Unexecuted warrants; allows motion for dismissal by state attorney for warrants unserved. signed by governor
SB73 Charter; Town of Floyd. signed by governor
SB74 Electric utility regulation; SCC to regulate rate for services of investor-owned electric utilities. in committee
SB75 Appeal of bail decision; court is determined based on where initial determination was made, etc. signed by governor
SB76 Salem Highway Construction District Transportation Revenue Fund; established. dead
SB77 School calendar; removes restrictions for post-Labor Day school opening. dead
SB78 Capital murder; jury sentencing of a defendant who has entered a plea of guilty. in committee
SB79 Concealed handgun permit; removes option for locality to require applicant to submit fingerprints. dead
SB80 Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act; established. dead
SB81 Agricultural, forestal, or agricultural and forestal districts; use value assessment. signed by governor
SB82 Podiatry; testifying as an expert witness, definition of practice. signed by governor
SB83 Absentee voting; qualified voters to provide a reason for not being able to vote on election day. dead
SB84 Voluntary admission; person admitted to facility for mental health treatment after detention order. dead
SB85 Involuntary temporary detention order; hearing after execution. dead
SB86 Voluntary admission; person admitted to facility for mental health treatment after detention order. dead
SB87 Inmates; court or person having custody to determine if treatment of mental illness is necessary. signed by governor
SB88 Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; Worker's Compensation Commission to adopt rates for payment. enacted
SB89 Firearms; petition to restore right to possess or transport to be mailed to attorney for State. enacted
SB90 BPOL tax; gross receipts of security brokers and dealers. signed by governor
SB91 Charter; Town of Windsor. signed by governor
SB92 Law Officers' Retirement System; allowance would be paid until social security retirement age. dead
SB93 Personal flotation devices; requires children 12 and under to wear. dead
SB94 Blackwater River; designates portion thereof as component of State Scenic Rivers System. incorporated
SB95 Line of Duty Act; short-term disability benefits for state police officers. signed by governor
SB96 Eluding police; person is guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor. signed by governor
SB97 Line of Duty Death and Health Benefits Trust Fund; funding from additional surcharge. dead
SB98 Preliminary removal order hearings; court not to accept waiver by parent unless ascertain voluntary. in subcommittee
SB99 Pass-through entities; penalty for failure to file timely return. stricken
SB100 Stock Corporation Act; conforms provisions of Act to revisions to Model Business Corporation Act. enacted
SB101 Public-Private Partnership Advisory Commission; DLS shall provide legal and research services. signed by governor
SB102 Budget process; biennial appropriations shall start on July 1 of odd-numbered years. dead
SB103 Transportation, Chief Executive Officer for; abolishes office of Transportation Commissioner. dead
SB104 Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc.; limitation of liability contract clauses. signed by governor
SB105 Mechanics' and materialmen's liens; removes certain requirements. signed by governor
SB106 Certificates of analysis and affidavits; State shall notify defendant if used in lieu of testimony. signed by governor
SB107 Learner's permit, restricted; DMV to issue to certain persons at least 25 years of age or older. signed by governor
SB108 Pawnbrokers; required to file daily reports electronically with local law enforcement. signed by governor
SB109 Green Public Buildings Act; created. dead
SB110 Clean energy financing; localities authorized to place liens against any property. signed by governor
SB111 Electric utilities; SCC to review rate structure during biennial review process. in committee
SB112 Steps to Advance Virginia's Energy Plan (SAVE) Act; created. signed by governor
SB113 Constitutional amendment; tax exemptions for buildings, etc., constructed to conserve energy. dead
SB114 Motor fuels tax; rate increase or decrease each year using fuel efficiency index. dead
SB115 Surcharge on fuels sales; locality to impose a one percent surcharge. dead
SB116 Consumer Protection Act; consumer transactions involving churches and other religious bodies. signed by governor
SB117 Churches; exempts serving meals prepared in homes of members from licensure requirements. signed by governor
SB118 Conflict of interest disclosure forms; shall be posted on website of clerk for five years. dead
SB119 Campaign finance; contribution limits for candidates for statewide offices and General Assembly. dead
SB120 Noise ordinance; authorizes governing body to adopt civil penalties. incorporated
SB121 Real property tax; notice of public hearing when locality's assessment results in increase. dead
SB122 Administrative impoundment of motor vehicles; when driving without an operator's license. dead
SB123 Stormwater management; developer of single lot to provide where redevelopment is proposed. dead
SB124 Electronic summons system; cities, etc., to assess fee as part of costs in criminal or traffic case. dead
SB125 Larceny; increases threshold amount of goods that determines petit larceny to grand larceny. dead
SB126 Incarcerated defendant; waiver of payment of interest on fines and costs accrued. dead
SB127 Declaration of judicial emergency; procedures for Supreme Court to follow. signed by governor
SB128 Air Pollution Control Board; regulations under Clean Air Interstate Rule. enacted
SB129 Clean Energy Manufacturing Incentive Grant Fund; created. dead
SB130 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain computer equipment and enabling software. enacted
SB131 Nonstock Corporation Act; conforms revisions to Model Business Corporation Act. enacted
SB132 Retail Sales and Use Tax; increases distribution to Transportation Trust Fund. dead
SB133 Nonprofit education organization; tax credit for business donations that provide educational funds. dead
SB134 Absentee voting eligibility and procedures; voter identification requirements. in committee
SB135 Public schools; school divisions shall not be required to purchase new textbooks until 2011-2012. dead
SB136 License plates, special; issuance to those bearing legend: IN GOD WE TRUST. stricken
SB137 Lists of registered voters; disclosure to commissioners of the revenue and treasurers. signed by governor
SB138 Payday loans; permitted interest. incorporated
SB139 Absentee voting; persons age 65 and older may vote absentee. dead
SB140 Virginia ports; Governor may enter into agreement that transfers to a nongovernmental entity. dead
SB141 Higher educational institutions; shall not be prohibited from selling complimentary materials. dead
SB142 Criminal Street Gang Act; adds burglary and shooting to list of predicate criminal acts. dead
SB143 Green Jobs Grant Program; established. dead
SB144 Absentee voting; Board of Elections shall implement a system to accept ballot electronically. dead
SB145 Virginia Index of Performance incentive program; established. signed by governor
SB146 District court; procedure for assumption of duties of chief judge. signed by governor
SB147 Freedom of Information Act; proceedings for enforcement. dead
SB148 Community Integration Advisory Commission; extends sunset provision, includes DRS for staff support. signed by governor
SB149 Certificates of analysis and affidavits; admission into evidence. incorporated
SB150 Energy efficiency programs; rate recovery options for utilities. in committee
SB151 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; establish restrictions on display of U.S. flag. signed by governor
SB152 Absentee ballot deadline; military voters ballot to be counted if received by 5 pm on tenth day. incorporated
SB153 Exhibits; relieves clerk of notifying defendant of destruction, etc., of evidence used at trial. signed by governor
SB154 Inflationary effects; increasing various costs, fees, etc., penalties. signed by governor
SB155 Medical services; State's lien for payment. dead
SB156 Uniform Arbitration Act; vacating arbitration award. dead
SB157 Preliminary removal orders; required to specify frequency, location, and duration of visitation. in subcommittee
SB158 Mental health courts; definition, district and circuit courts may establish in any jurisdiction. dead
SB159 Uniform Power of Attorney Act; established within Code of Virginia. signed by governor
SB160 Children's Ombudsman, Office of; created, report. dead
SB161 Divorce proceedings; service requirements and waiver of notice of further proceedings. dead
SB162 Capital cases; sentencing proceeding. signed by governor
SB163 Health savings accounts; exemption from creditors' claims. signed by governor
SB164 Transportation; source of revenue by increase of motor vehicle sales and use tax. dead
SB165 Roanoke Higher Education Authority; replaces President of Hampton University with that of JMU. signed by governor
SB166 Community College Scholarship Match Program; created. dead
SB167 Open-end loan plans; caps finance charges and fees that may be charged on extension of credit. dead
SB168 License plates, special; issuance of revenue-sharing plates to supporters of Garfield Foundation. incorporated
SB169 Pawnbrokers; allows Spotsylvania County to maintain and file a daily report electronically. incorporated
SB170 License plates, special; makes those issued to Association of Realtors revenue-sharing. dead
SB171 Clean Energy Manufacturing Incentive Grant Fund; created. incorporated
SB172 Speed limits; unposted maximum speed on nonsurface treated highways in Nelson County is 35 mph. signed by governor
SB173 Bipartisan Redistricting Commission; created. dead
SB174 Retail Sales & Use Tax; exempts solar thermal systems, etc., purchased for installation on property. dead
SB175 Law Officers' Retirement System; adds conservation officers as members. dead
SB176 Preliminary hearing; district court judge may order witness testimony to be reduced to writing. in subcommittee
SB177 Juvenile court docket; cases of assault and battery against family or household member. dead
SB178 Pass-through entities; penalties. signed by governor
SB179 Income tax laws; conformity to Internal Revenue Code. dead
SB180 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; lease of certain property. stricken
SB181 Public-Private Acts of 1995 and 2002; certain grant agreements. dead
SB182 Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; eligibility. dead
SB183 Search and rescue personnel; enhanced penalty for malicious or unlawful wounding. signed by governor
SB184 MEI Project Approval Commission; shall review financing for individual incentive packages, etc. signed by governor
SB185 Menhaden fishery; Marine Resources Commission to adopt regulations. stricken
SB186 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; House or Senate Ethics Advisory Panel investigations. dead
SB187 Anti-epileptic drug; prohibits pharmacist from dispensing without prior notification from physician. stricken
SB188 Limited service pregnancy centers; Department of Health to promulgate regulations for registration. in subcommittee
SB189 Space flight liability and immunity; repeals sunset provision. signed by governor
SB190 Judicial retirement; publication of notice by Supreme Court or Committee on District Courts. in subcommittee
SB191 Privileged communications; exchanging health care-related information between committees, etc. signed by governor
SB192 Harvester's license; prohibits Marine Resources Commission from issuing certain nonresident license. signed by governor
SB193 Medicaid provider agreements; Director of Medical Assistance Services has authority to terminate. enacted
SB194 Health professions; nothing shall prevent person performing state, etc., funded health care tasks. signed by governor
SB195 Physical therapy; advertising prohibited if not a licensed physical therapist or assistant. signed by governor
SB196 School nonattendance; attendance officer, volunteers, school personnel, & principal notifies parent. signed by governor
SB197 Public schools; maintaining records of pesticide application on school grounds. signed by governor
SB198 Aboveground liquid fertilizer storage tanks; requires localities to adopt ordinance that regulates. stricken
SB199 Circuit courts; City of Virginia Beach to assume salaries and expenses of clerk's office. dead
SB200 Rumble strips; installation on sides of highways having speed limits of at least 55 miles per hour. dead
SB201 JLARC; shall administer an operational/programmatic performance audit on transportation programs. enacted
SB202 Marine Resources Commission; state-owned bottomlands, fees. stricken
SB203 School calendar; local school boards to set first day of school. passed committee
SB204 Uniform Power of Attorney Act; established within Code of Virginia. incorporated
SB205 Juveniles; right in certain violent felony cases to appeal to circuit court. dead
SB206 Judges; increases mandatory retirement age. dead
SB207 Threat assessment teams; exempts certain records established at higher educational institutions. signed by governor
SB208 Family or household member; expands definition. dead
SB209 International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement courses; course credit. signed by governor
SB210 Nutritional guidelines; Board & VDH to develop for all competitive foods in public schools, report. incorporated
SB211 School boards, local; disciplinary authority. dead
SB212 Overload and overweight permits; Transportation Board, et al. to establish new schedule of fees. dead
SB213 Retirement System; retirees hired as school board security personnel. dead
SB214 Fair Housing Board; establishes educational materials concerning Fair Housing Law. stricken
SB215 Contractors, Board for; certification of accessibility mechanics. signed by governor
SB216 Fair Housing Board; establishes educational materials on Fair Housing Law. signed by governor
SB217 Motorboat; a locality may, by ordinance, impose annual registration fee. dead
SB218 Transient occupancy tax; governing body may increase in Fairfax County after July 1, 2010. signed by governor
SB219 Safety belts; those 18 and under who are occupying a vehicle are required to wear. signed by governor
SB220 Circuit courts; electronic filing of cases. signed by governor
SB221 Natural drying devices; no community association shall prohibit owner from installing or using. dead
SB222 Land use proposals; exempts localities and citizens' organization from payment of certain VDOT fees. signed by governor
SB223 Motor fuels tax; converts rates of taxation from cents per gallon to percentage rates. dead
SB224 Medical information; notification to residents if their information is subject of database breach. dead
SB225 Public Procurement Act; verification of legal presence for employment in U.S. dead
SB226 Polling hours; provides for a court-ordered extension thereof in emergency situations. dead
SB227 Irrigation systems; installation of an outdoor automatic sprinkler in state-owned buildings. dead
SB228 Pedestrians crossing highways; duties of vehicles to stop to allow at marked crosswalks. dead
SB229 Safety belts; use required for all occupants of a motor vehicle. incorporated
SB230 Driver's license, provisional; restriction of cell phone use while driving. dead
SB231 Charter; County of Chesterfield. dead
SB232 Retirement System; purchasing service at normal cost rate when person deemed member on July 1, 2010. signed by governor
SB233 Income tax, corporate and individual; credit for land conservation. signed by governor
SB234 Hazardous waste permit fees; Waste Management Board authorized to collect fees. dead
SB235 Nonhazardous solid waste permit fees; Waste Management Board shall periodically review anual fees. dead
SB236 Information Technology; Governor to appoint Chief Information Officer of VITA, etc. signed by governor
SB237 Alcoholic beverages; portion of wine liter tax collected to be deposited in Wine Promotion Fund. signed by governor
SB238 Enhanced Public Safety Telephone Services Act; certain requirements for CMRS resellers. dead
SB239 Unemployment benefits; eligibility criteria. dead
SB240 Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System & Registry; mortgage lenders & brokers required to register. signed by governor
SB241 Open Education Curriculum Board; established. enacted
SB242 Intellectual property created by state employees; adds new reporting requirements. dead
SB243 Fishing license; exempts active duty military personnel who are residents. signed by governor
SB244 Dam Safety Act; Soil & Water Conservation Board to adopt regulations concerning low traffic roadway. signed by governor
SB245 Stormwater management regulations; extends effective date that establishes local program criteria. incorporated
SB246 Noise ordinance; authorizes governing body to adopt civil penalties. enacted
SB247 Carbon dioxide; regulation of geologic storage. dead
SB248 Indigent defendants; right to ex parte hearing for appointment of experts in capital cases. enacted
SB249 Animal care; adoption of regulations permitting non-commercial intrastate transportation by officer. dead
SB250 Open-end credit plan loans; established, penalties. dead
SB251 Dangerous and vicious dogs; expands definition. dead
SB252 Manufacturing facility; expands definition to include those used in creation of intangible property. signed by governor
SB253 School calendar; requirement that school begin after Labor Day may be waived by Board of Education. signed by governor
SB254 Commonwealth Transportation Commissioner; advertising for bids. signed by governor
SB255 Commonwealth Transportation Board; rules and regulations. signed by governor
SB256 Driver's licenses & ID cards; documents required for renewal, etc., to be compliant with REAL ID. dead
SB257 Motion picture film production; provides income tax credits to any company with qualifying expenses. signed by governor
SB258 Circuit court; creates local fee retention funding method for clerks' offices. dead
SB259 Juveniles; detention of those transferred or certified. signed by governor
SB260 Mental health and substance abuse providers; background checks. dead
SB261 Weights and measures; moneys collected from imposition of fees shall be deposited into Fund. dead
SB262 Aging, Department for; publicize guidelines on universal design and visitability features. signed by governor
SB263 Nurse practitioners; moves responsibility for licensure and regulation to Board of Nursing. dead
SB264 Income tax, state; remainder of revenues transferred to Land Conservation Fund for distribution. signed by governor
SB265 Hospice, home health care or personal care services; licensure for home care organizations. enacted
SB266 Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan; changes eligibility. dead
SB267 Energy and Environment, Commission on; responsibility to review, etc., impacts of energy production. dead
SB268 Weapons; localities may make it unlawful for any person to possess in government facilities. dead
SB269 Driver education programs; fuel efficient driving practices to be included in curriculum. signed by governor
SB270 Common Interest Community Board; clarification for complaints. signed by governor
SB271 Equalization, Board of; board of supervisors with county manager plan of government to appoint. stricken
SB272 Biodiesel or green diesel fuel; minimum content in state contracts for vehicle fuel. signed by governor
SB273 Affordable housing units; assessments. enacted
SB274 Animal control records; exempt from release to public name & address of owner of an animal taken in. dead
SB275 Advance medical directives; clarifies authority. enacted
SB276 Dam safety; requirements of Soil and Water Conservation Board's Impounding Structure Regulations. signed by governor
SB277 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); allows applicants to retain pre-existing support. signed by governor
SB278 Solid waste disposal; Isle of Wight and Southampton Counties to levy fees upon each household. incorporated
SB279 Line of Duty Death and Health Benefits Trust Fund; established. dead
SB280 Food and beverage tax; locality to set amount. dead
SB281 Child labor; authorizes participation by children in activities of any nonprofit entity. stricken
SB282 Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; eviction procedure, acceptance of redemption tenders. enacted
SB283 Individual health insurance coverage; resident of State shall not be required to obtain a policy. enacted
SB284 Child Protection Accountability System; VSP and circuit courts required to report information. signed by governor
SB285 Unpaved secondary road fund; use of proceeds. dead
SB286 State Executive Council for Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families; membership. signed by governor
SB287 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; definition of law-enforcement officer. dead
SB288 Security for Public Deposits Act; includes school activity funds in definition of public deposits. stricken
SB289 Hunting and fishing licenses; establishes infant lifetime licenses for those under age two. signed by governor
SB290 Housing and Community Development, Board for; promulgation of Green Building Code. dead
SB291 Donation by locality; may donate to nonprofit organizations that are exempt under 501 (c)(3) of IRC. signed by governor
SB292 Charter; City of Charlottesville. signed by governor
SB293 Motor vehicle dealers; establishes conditions under which dealers may sell demonstrator vehicles. signed by governor
SB294 Mortgage Lender and Broker Act; definition of principal. signed by governor
SB295 Financial institutions and services; revising and recodifying laws. enacted
SB296 Bipartisan Redistricting Commission; created. incorporated
SB297 Veterans Services Fund; may be used for Veterans Services Foundation with approval of Board. signed by governor
SB298 Homeowners insurance; prohibits insurance company from canceling due to Chinese drywall. dead
SB299 Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children, Council on; DOE liaison. signed by governor
SB300 DUI; penalty for transporting person 18 years of age or younger. dead
SB301 Voter identification requirements; may vote a provisional ballot if cannot provide proof of id. dead
SB302 Voter registration application; proof of citizenship. dead
SB303 Provisional and paper ballots; information to be made available on the Internet. stricken
SB304 Voter registration exchange; pilot program to determine number of duplicate registrations. in committee
SB305 Voter registration applications; State Board of Elections to promulgate rules and regulations. stricken
SB306 Political parties and candidates; copies of instructions or information provided by State Board. signed by governor
SB307 Absentee voting; shall submit a copy of valid photo identification or current utility bill, etc. stricken
SB308 Absentee ballot applications; general registrar may retain until electoral board has results. signed by governor
SB309 Voter changes of address; retention of copies by general registrar. enacted
SB310 Income tax, state; long-term care insurance tax credit. dead
SB311 Individual health insurance coverage; resident of State shall not be required to obtain a policy. enacted
SB312 Tuition, in-state; provides for dependents of civilian Department of Defense employees. in subcommittee
SB313 Central absentee voter precinct; person may vote at polling place if didn't return absentee ballot. signed by governor
SB314 Absentee ballot return; person must physically deliver. dead
SB315 Fort Monroe Authority; created. signed by governor
SB316 Telecommunications relay service; defines end-user equipment, sunset provision. dead
SB317 Roanoke River Basin Advisory Committee; removes cap on reappointments for nonlegislative citizens. signed by governor
SB318 Subdivision ordinance; dedication of public improvements. signed by governor
SB319 Child support; court may order continuation for child over age 18 who is attending college. in subcommittee
SB320 Law-enforcement officials; Class 6 felony when falsely summoning or gives false report to officials. dead
SB321 Motorcycles; allows law-enforcement officers on official duty to drive two abreast in a single lane. signed by governor
SB322 Clarksville-Boydton Airport Commission; name changed to Lake Country Airport Commission. signed by governor
SB323 Education, Secretary of; name changed to Secretary of Education and Workforce Development. dead
SB324 Charter; Town of Amherst. signed by governor
SB325 Income tax, corporate; lower rate for certain businesses. in committee
SB326 Universities Clean Energy Development and Economic Stimulus Foundation; created. stricken
SB327 Enjoyment of easement; owner of estate shall not cause to be present any debris within 25 feet. in subcommittee
SB328 Emergency medical technicians; certain are allowed to administer vaccines to adults and minors. signed by governor
SB329 District and circuit courts; increases court fees. dead
SB330 Virginia Council on Military Base and Mission Support; created. stricken
SB331 Firearm; if person files petition to restore his right to possess, copy shall be served on attorney. in subcommittee
SB332 School for Deaf and Blind; VITA exemption. dead
SB333 School for Deaf and Blind; allows children from birth through age 21 to be eligible for services. signed by governor
SB334 Concealed handguns; prohibits person who carries into restaurant from consuming alcoholic beverage. signed by governor
SB335 Group life insurance; permits state retiree to make irrevocable beneficiary designation for funeral. dead
SB336 Community services boards; access to medication assisted treatment. dead
SB337 Community services boards; providing information about substance abuse services. dead
SB338 Assisted living facility; considered occupancy by single family if no more than 8 persons reside. enacted
SB339 Adult facilities; interviews with residents of facilities seeking licensure by DSS. signed by governor
SB340 Retail Sales and Use Tax Act; conforms State to provisions of Streamlined Sales & Use Tax Agreement. dead
SB341 Land preservation tax credit; DCR to provide estimate of land used for production agriculture, etc. signed by governor
SB342 Transient occupancy tax; any county may levy tax on single-family residences. dead
SB343 Fuels taxes; annually adjusted. dead
SB344 Voltage regulation technologies; electric utilities to recover costs and earn 15 percent rate. dead
SB345 Oyster restoration projects; authorizes Resources Authority to finance. signed by governor
SB346 Land conservation practices; information management. enacted
SB347 Center for Rural Virginia; expansion and promotion of agricultural opportunities, report. enacted
SB348 Farm businesses; local restrictions. stricken
SB349 Virginia National Guard, State Defense Force, or naval militia; reemployment rights of members. signed by governor
SB350 Centennial of Woodrow Wilson's Presidency, Virginia Commission on; established. signed by governor
SB351 Transportation programs; performance audit by Secretary of Transportation, report. in subcommittee
SB352 Schools; delayed implementation of statutes and regulations upon which accreditation is based. signed by governor
SB353 Public schools; redirecting of class size reduction funds. dead
SB354 No Child Left Behind Act; school divisions shall administer limited English proficiency assessment. signed by governor
SB355 Short-term rental property; shall classify as a separate classification of merchants' capital. signed by governor
SB356 Child visitation; court may order ignition interlock system installed on vehicle of certain parents. dead
SB357 Tax returns; electronic filing by certain tax preparers, employers, and dealers. signed by governor
SB358 Certificate of public need; schedule of fees. stricken
SB359 Statement of organization; fee for filing with State Board of Elections. dead
SB360 Involuntary admission; court to enter an order for mandatory outpatient treatment. signed by governor
SB361 Religious holidays; student's absence because of observance thereof must be recorded as excused. signed by governor
SB362 Constitutional amendment; limit on taxes or revenues and Revenue Stabilization Fund. signed by governor
SB363 Civil remedies; depositions as basis for motion of summary judgment or to strike evidence. in subcommittee
SB364 School Construction Revolving Fund; created, report. dead
SB365 HOT lane construction contracts; requirements for minimum average speed for vehicles using facility. in committee
SB366 Offers of judgment; costs. in subcommittee
SB367 Workers' compensation; employer liability for medical services. dead
SB368 Retirement System; creditable compensation of teachers. dead
SB369 Buchanan County Public Service Authority; membership. stricken
SB370 Social services, local board of; county supervisors may choose board consisting of five citizens. signed by governor
SB371 Route 711; Buchanan County may enter into an agreement with Pike County, Kentucky to improve. signed by governor
SB372 Roadways; authorizes Buchanan County Board of Supervisors to maintain those within right-of-way. signed by governor
SB373 Off-road recreational vehicles; localities to allow on certain highways within their boundaries. signed by governor
SB374 Alternative onsite sewage systems; waiver from examination applicants for licensure as an installer. dead
SB375 Title loans; establishes a system for regulating. incorporated
SB376 Coalbed methane gas; presumption of ownership, report. signed by governor
SB377 Workplace Fraud Act; established. dead
SB378 Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUB Zones); established. incorporated
SB379 Southwest Regional Recreation Authority; localities may allocate portion of civil penalties. enacted
SB380 Southwest Regional Recreational Authority; board to establish ranger police division. stricken
SB381 Communications sales and use tax; Tazewell County shall receive its share of tax revenues. signed by governor
SB382 Jury panel; disclosure to counsel thereof within three business days. enacted
SB383 Claims against county; attorney of county shall notify claimant by certified mail of date. signed by governor
SB384 Attorney-client privilege and work product protection; limitations on waivers. signed by governor
SB385 Affidavits; admissibility as evidence by government official regarding search of government records. signed by governor
SB386 Motor fuel or lubricating oils; admission into evidence of certificates of analysis. signed by governor
SB387 Certificates of analysis; two-way video conferencing in criminal cases. enacted
SB388 Consumer protection law; transfers investigative & consumer complaint to Office of Attorney General. dead
SB389 Juveniles; offenses for which juvenile is subject to transfer and trial as an adult. dead
SB390 Information Technology Investment Board; abolished, Governor will appoint Chief Information Officer. incorporated
SB391 Toll facilities; civil penalties for failure to pay. dead
SB392 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for production of electricity from offshore winds. dead
SB393 Offshore Wind Project Development Commission; established. incorporated
SB394 Offshore energy resources; production and development permitted 50 miles off Atlantic shoreline. signed by governor
SB395 Stormwater management regulations; changes effective date that establishes local program criteria. signed by governor
SB396 Courthouse assessments; localities may raise fee for construction, etc., above current amount. in subcommittee
SB397 Misdemeanor fines; maximum fine is raised each July 1 by amount approximately equal to inflation. in subcommittee
SB398 Water safety zones; authorizes marine patrol divisions of police in Tidewater localities to patrol. signed by governor
SB399 Motor vehicle insurance; premiums based on credit information. stricken
SB400 State Corporation Commission; authorized to establish fees for furnishing copies of documents, etc. signed by governor
SB401 Local government; use of county tax revenue for secondary road improvements. dead
SB402 Local government; adoption of ordinances prohibiting delivery of unsolicited newspapers. stricken
SB403 SCHEV; publication of administrators salaries. in subcommittee
SB404 Clean special fuel vehicles; removes requirement that Commissioner provide written regulations. signed by governor
SB405 Condemnations; highway construction. signed by governor
SB406 Salvage vehicles; allows locality to require records to be reported to police. signed by governor
SB407 Income tax, corporate; required for royalty and similar payments made to intangible holding company. stricken
SB408 Concealed weapons; person may carry a handgun in motor vehicle or vessel if secured in compartment. signed by governor
SB409 Circuit court; duties of clerk. signed by governor
SB410 Long-term services; SHHR to develop blueprint for livable communities for people with disabilities. enacted
SB411 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; foreclosure on lien for unpaid assessments. stricken
SB412 School calendar; local school boards to set first day of school. passed committee
SB413 Triennial census; eliminates three-year requirement, distribution of sales and use tax. signed by governor
SB414 Nutritional guideline; Board and VDH to develop for all competitive foods in public schools, report. signed by governor
SB415 Foster care; local departments to provide independent living services to person between age 18 & 21. signed by governor
SB416 Election laws; gives Attorney General authority to enforce and prosecute violations. passed committee
SB417 Individual health insurance coverage; resident of State shall not be required to obtain a policy. enacted
SB418 Infrastructure in Urban Development Areas Loan Fund; created. dead
SB419 Property Owners' Association Act; control of association by declarant. dead
SB420 Urban development; sets certain densities in areas according to population of locality. signed by governor
SB421 Income tax, corporate; rate reduction for small businesses. stricken
SB422 Drug treatment court; established in City of Bristol. signed by governor
SB423 Health care practitioners; exempt from liability when rendering services to patients of clinics. signed by governor
SB424 Motor vehicle equity loans; establishes requirements, penalties. dead
SB425 Open-end credit plan loans; prohibits person extending credit from charging interest at higher rate. dead
SB426 Absentee voting; Board of Elections shall implement a system to accept ballot electronically. incorporated
SB427 Insurance policy limits; allows personal representative of estate of decedent to request disclosure. signed by governor
SB428 Income tax, state; exemption for any income taxed as long-term capital gain for federal income tax. enacted
SB429 Electric utilities; required to develop tariffs offering real-time rates. dead
SB430 State and Local Government Conflict of Interests Act; disclosure of interest in real estate. signed by governor
SB431 Auditor of Public Accounts; post certain information on its Internet website, a searchable database. signed by governor
SB432 Freedom of Information Act; record exemption for the Statewide Agencies Radio System (STARS). signed by governor
SB433 New River Valley Emergency Communications Regional Authority; created. signed by governor
SB434 VPI&SU; authorizes rector and board of visitors to lease titled real estate. stricken
SB435 TransDominion Express Commission; established. dead
SB436 Emergency protective and removal orders; party shall file in circuit court any petition therefor. dead
SB437 License plates, special; issuance to residents and supporters of Ocean View community. stricken
SB438 Vital records; Board of Health shall prescribe fee for certified copy thereof. dead
SB439 Home service contract providers; exempts those that have certain worth from licensure regulation. signed by governor
SB440 Credit unions; conversion to a state mutual savings institution. signed by governor
SB441 Wireless E-911 charges; establishes rate and procedures for collection and remittance by dealers. signed by governor
SB442 Administrative Rules, Joint Commission on; authority to suspend regulation with concurrence of GOV. in subcommittee
SB443 Alcoholic beverage control; privatization of ABC stores. dead
SB444 Marijuana plants; destruction thereof if more than 10 is seized in connection with drug prosecution. dead
SB445 Financial institutions; serving notice of lien. signed by governor
SB446 Crimes against seniors; increases criminal penalties when victim is 60 years of age or older. incorporated
SB447 Crabmeat and shellfish; requires operator of establishment for processing to have permit. dead
SB448 Onsite sewage systems, alternative; locality to enact an ordinance prohibiting use thereof. dead
SB449 Equalization, Board of; local government with county manager plan of government to appoint. signed by governor
SB450 Renewable energy portfolio standard program; mandatory program for investor-owned utilities. in committee
SB451 Health insurance; coverage funded by localities. dead
SB452 Retail Sales and Use Tax; taxes on room rentals. dead
SB453 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Washington Capitals hockey team. incorporated
SB454 College Building Authority; acquire credit enhancements to secure payment of bonds issued. dead
SB455 One-stop small business permitting program; exemption of handling fee for veterans. signed by governor
SB456 Security for Public Deposits Act; makes several amendments to Act, administered by Treasury Board. signed by governor
SB457 Real Estate Board; requirements for licensure, allows broker to enter into a voluntary program. signed by governor
SB458 Income tax credits; landlords participating in housing choice voucher programs. signed by governor
SB459 Workforce development; data sharing by certain agencies. enacted
SB460 Uninsured motorist insurance; coverage for nonresident motor vehicle insured in another state. dead
SB461 Partnerships; redesignates specified office as its principal office. signed by governor
SB462 Crime victims; no law-enforcement officer shall inquire into immigration status thereof. dead
SB463 Primary & filing schedule; State Board of Elections to reschedule November 2011 election, etc. dead
SB464 Health insurance; mandated coverage for autism spectrum disorder. dead
SB465 Group life insurance coverage; extended to persons mutually agreed upon by insurer and policyholder. signed by governor
SB466 Public Safety Fund; imposes an assessment on property and casualty insurance companies. dead
SB467 Protective orders; coordination with other states. signed by governor
SB468 Protective orders; allows petitioner to obtain extension of order for no more than two years. signed by governor
SB469 P-16 Education Council; established, reports. dead
SB470 Certificate of public need; definition of project. signed by governor
SB471 Defective drywall; penalties. dead
SB472 Major business facility job tax credit; reduces number of qualified full-time jobs required. signed by governor
SB473 Center for Rural Virginia Board of Trustees; membership. signed by governor
SB474 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; issuance of temporary licenses, etc. signed by governor
SB475 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; criteria for awarding grants and loans. signed by governor
SB476 Cigarette tax; penalties for unstamped cigarettes. signed by governor
SB477 Group health insurance policies; policies sold to small employer to include mammogram coverage, etc. signed by governor
SB478 Tobacco products tax; moist snuff tax shall be computed based on net weight listed by manufacturer. enacted
SB479 DMV; authorized to use National Change of Address System to update customer records. signed by governor
SB480 Information Technology Investment Board; abolished, Governor will appoint Chief Information Officer. incorporated
SB481 Major business facility job tax credit; reduces number of employees required in new jobs to qualify. incorporated
SB482 Absentee ballots; increase deadline to make available from 45 to 50 days prior to November election. incorporated
SB483 Wine and beer; licensee may ship through approved fulfillment warehouse. signed by governor
SB484 Local government investment pool; limitations. dead
SB485 Enjoining violations of consumer laws; Attorney General to investigate. incorporated
SB486 Juvenile records; DJJ to provide information in an investigation of a criminal street gang. signed by governor
SB487 Criminal street gangs; adds certain breaking and entering offenses and grand larceny to list. incorporated
SB488 Witnesses; State attorney to designate in felony cases a law-enforcement official in courtroom. in subcommittee
SB489 Juvenile court; allows State to appeal a suppression ruling to circuit court and Court of Appeals. in subcommittee
SB490 Bail; terms set by court on a capias to be honored by magistrate. signed by governor
SB491 Sale of used building fixtures; recordkeeping requirements. enacted
SB492 Search warrants, out-of-state; to be honored by State corporation or other entity. signed by governor
SB493 Electronic communication service; foreign corporation to disclose record of subscriber to officer. signed by governor
SB494 Electronic communication or remote computing service; providermay verify authenticity of reports. signed by governor
SB495 DUI; definition of substantially similar laws for determining number of prior offenses. dead
SB496 Charter; Town of Chatham. enacted
SB497 Charter; Town of Gretna. enacted
SB498 School calendar; opening of school year in Pittsylvania County. passed committee
SB499 Conflict of Interests Act; certain relatives of school board member to be considered for employment. signed by governor
SB500 Hunting and fishing licenses; allows any active member of military to obtain. stricken
SB501 Concealed handgun permit; DUI from another state disqualifies individual from obtaining. signed by governor
SB502 Virginia Recreational Facilities Authority; delays reversion of title to real property to State. signed by governor
SB503 Charter; Town of Fincastle. signed by governor
SB504 Abortion; any person who forces or coerces pregnant female to have is guilty of Class 1 misdemeanor. dead
SB505 Political parties; to determine method of nominating candidates. dead
SB506 Political contributions; prohibition during procurement process. signed by governor
SB507 Lobbyist's disclosure statement; Secretary of Commonwealth to redesign form. dead
SB508 House and Senate Ethics Advisory Panels; completion of inquiry once initiated. incorporated
SB509 Charter; Town of Vinton. enacted
SB510 New River Valley Emergency Communications Regional Authority Act; created. incorporated
SB511 Settlement payment; insurer to provide notice to a judgment creditor upon payment of $5,000. dead
SB512 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; disclosure of salary. signed by governor
SB513 Racing Commission; distribution of allocations from live and simulcast horse racing. dead
SB514 General Assembly; compensation during regular session extension. dead
SB515 Budget bill; required reports from House Appropriations and Senate Finance Committees. dead
SB516 Electric Utility Regulation, Commission on; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
SB517 Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits talking on such device unless in hands-free mode. dead
SB518 Safety belts; primary enforcement when violations are observed at traffic safety checkpoints. dead
SB519 License plates; provides for issuance of only one plate for all registered vehicles. in committee
SB520 Capital murder; auxiliary police officers and deputy sheriffs added to statute. signed by governor
SB521 Local ordinances; determination of constitutionality. signed by governor
SB522 Motorcycle dealers; increases radius of relevant market areas as that term applies thereto. signed by governor
SB523 Disaster Response Fund; funds to be disbursed for removal of Chinese drywall hazardous materials. dead
SB524 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; establishment of General Assembly Ethics Review Panel. incorporated
SB525 Cooperative Marketing Fund; dedicates revenues from soft drink excise tax and litter tax thereto. dead
SB526 Mandatory dispute resolution; parties in cases involving custody, visitation, etc., must attend. in subcommittee
SB527 Motor vehicle dealers and manufacturers; addresses certain practices relating to warranty, etc. signed by governor
SB528 Prisoners; licensed psychiatrist or clinical psychologist to oversee sex offender treatment program. signed by governor
SB529 Sexually violent predators; evaluation determining whether a prisoner meets definition thereof. signed by governor
SB530 Criminal street gang; any person who by telephone solicits another is guilty of a Class 6 felony. dead
SB531 State attorneys; increase of fees in criminal cases. dead
SB532 Masks; prohibition on wearing in certain places, exception. signed by governor
SB533 Concealed handgun permit applications; upon denial, clerk to provide notice of right to hearing. signed by governor
SB534 Administration of higher education; restructures system. dead
SB535 Mail order pharmacy; insurer not limited to a single provider for services. signed by governor
SB536 Water quality analysis; adds Bedford County to list that may establish testing requirements. stricken
SB537 Speed limits; increases on highways where it is presently 65 mph to 70 mph. signed by governor
SB538 Physicians, license; DBHDS to require presence thereof in any state training center. signed by governor
SB539 Water-damaged vehicles; obtaining salvage certificate. stricken
SB540 Nursing homes; rights of patients. signed by governor
SB541 Transportation Capital Projects Revenue Bonds; used for new road or highway construction projects. dead
SB542 Retail Sales & Use Tax; eliminates dealer discount for communications tax, state cigarette tax, etc. dead
SB543 Income tax, state; imposes surtax on taxable income to provide new source of revenue for localities. dead
SB544 Tuition, in-state; certain Department of Defense employees as result of Base Realignment & Closure. incorporated
SB545 Income tax laws; conformity to Internal Revenue Code. dead
SB546 Railroad rights-of-way; passage permitted for access to lands used for recreational purposes, etc. signed by governor
SB547 Constitutional amendment; localities to establish either income or financial worth limitations. signed by governor
SB548 Restroom Access Act; created. dead
SB549 Geospatial Health Research; Secretaries of Health and Human Resources and Technology to evaluate. signed by governor
SB550 State and local transportation planning; provides for coordination with DRPT. dead
SB551 Rezoning actions, local; provides for more limited review by VDOT. dead
SB552 HOV lanes; extends date for use by vehicle with clean special fuel license plates. signed by governor
SB553 Increase transit use strategies; Secretary of Transportation to report annually to General Assembly. signed by governor
SB554 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; authority of Governor to award grants. signed by governor
SB555 Tobacco Indemnification & Community Revitalization Commission; excludes grant application records. enacted
SB556 Crimes against incapacitated or elder adults; penalty. dead
SB557 Triennial census; eliminates three-year requirement, distribution of sales and use tax. incorporated
SB558 Coal mining; increases license fee. dead
SB559 Mineral mining; increases license fee. dead
SB560 Gas and oil wells; increase annual permit fee. dead
SB561 Coal mine safety; requirements for surface foreman certification. enacted
SB562 Unemployment benefits; eligibility of individuals part-time employed and in training programs. incorporated
SB563 Charitable organizations; veterans' posts or organizations exempt from reporting requirements. signed by governor
SB564 Coal surface mining; refuse control. dead
SB565 Voltage regulation technologies; electric utilities to recover costs and earn 15 percent rate. stricken
SB566 Passing vehicles; any vehicle passing a bicycle, etc., shall pass at least three feet to left. dead
SB567 Adoptee access; grants adult adoptees by-right access to original birth certificate. dead
SB568 Charitable organizations; veterans' posts or organizations exempt from reporting requirements. stricken
SB569 State Water Supply Plan Advisory Committee; established. enacted
SB570 Primates; prohibits any person from acquiring after July 1, 2010, penalty. dead
SB571 Zoning; transfer of development rights. dead
SB572 Charter; City of Alexandria. signed by governor
SB573 Kinesiotherapists; licensure. dead
SB574 Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits talking on such device unless in hands-free mode. incorporated
SB575 Endangered and threatened species; Board of Game and Inland Fisheries to adopt regulations. dead
SB576 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); not be denied due to previous felony drug offense. dead
SB577 Virginia Offshore Wind Development Authority; created. signed by governor
SB578 Cigarette tax, local; authorizes Counties of James City and Spotsylvania to impose. dead
SB579 Detention; allows juvenile to be moved to a less restrictive placement when is warranted or earned. in subcommittee
SB580 Airsoft guns; prohibited on school property. dead
SB581 State Law Library Database; created, Supreme Court of Virginia to oversee. dead
SB582 Fertilizer products; requires labeling include directions for proper use & precautionary statement. dead
SB583 Pesticides and fertilizers; prohibits providers of lawn care services from applying onto streets. stricken
SB584 Transportation district trains; unlawful to ride without a valid ticket. incorporated
SB585 Juvenile correctional facilities; counsel appointed for persons confined in correctional centers. dead
SB586 Juveniles; petition filed by intake officer to schools for certain crimes committed. dead
SB587 Juvenile and domestic relations district courts; retention of jurisdiction. in subcommittee
SB588 Public transportation service; obstructing operation of transit vehicle is Class 1 misdemeanor. dead
SB589 Child support; punishment and options for person convicted of nonpayment. signed by governor
SB590 Alcoholic beverage control; third party shipment of wine and beer. incorporated
SB591 Juveniles; detention in secure facility for possession of certain firearms. signed by governor
SB592 Veterans' mental health courts; allows Hampton Roads to establish. incorporated
SB593 Direct recording electronic machines (DREs); permit localities to obtain DREs already owned. signed by governor
SB594 Charter; City of Richmond. signed by governor
SB595 Criminal background check; requirement of firearms show vendor and promoter of gun show. dead
SB596 Architects, Professional Engineers, etc., Board for; establishes emeritus designation for licensees. signed by governor
SB597 Workers' compensation; insurance carriers to file proof of coverage within 30 days of inception. signed by governor
SB598 Vocational programs; definition. signed by governor
SB599 Electronic tracking devices; unauthorized installation or placement in motor vehicle, penalty. dead
SB600 Transportation Trust Fund; increases amount of general fund surplus. dead
SB601 Offshore drilling; royalties to be deposited in Transportation Trust Fund, etc. dead
SB602 Human infant; determining whether an infant has achieved an independent and separate existence. enacted
SB603 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; penalties. stricken
SB604 Assault and battery; if person commits against ABC agent, guilty of Class 6 felony. dead
SB605 Virginia ports; requires approval of General Assembly before any sale or lease is permitted. incorporated
SB606 Motor vehicle title loans; establishes requirements, penalties. signed by governor
SB607 Comptroller; changes description in annual report of allocation of surplus general funds. signed by governor
SB608 Higher educational institutions; annual review of crisis and emergency management plan. signed by governor
SB609 Carbon monoxide detectors; locality to enact ordinance requiring installation in certain places. dead
SB610 Workers' Compensation Commission; filing materials by electronic transmission. signed by governor
SB611 Workers' Compensation Commission; notices, orders, etc., by electronic communications. signed by governor
SB612 Workers' Compensation Commission; repeals requirement of sending copies of awards by priority mail. signed by governor
SB613 Virginia National Guard; if called to active duty by Governor, health care, etc., will continue. enacted
SB614 Civil War Site Preservation Fund; established. signed by governor
SB615 Conditions of sentence suspension; allows credits to be applied toward reducing offender's time. in subcommittee
SB616 Rental assistance pilot project; Department of Housing and Community Development to establish. dead
SB617 Criminal procedure; sentencing revocation report worksheets. in subcommittee
SB618 Virginia Slave Commission; established. stricken
SB619 Income tax, state; excludes from taxation benefits paid into Virginia Military Family Relief Fund. signed by governor
SB620 Internet Crimes Against Children task forces; created. signed by governor
SB621 Virginia Defense Force; exempt from Administrative Process Act. signed by governor
SB622 Dentists and oral surgeons; reimbursement for certain services. signed by governor
SB623 Income tax, corporate and individual; green job tax credit. signed by governor
SB624 Voter lists; expands list of people and organizations who may purchase list of registered voters. dead
SB625 Grass and weeds; adds City of Colonial Heights to list of localities authorized to require cutting. signed by governor
SB626 Bipartisan Redistricting Commission; created. incorporated
SB627 Nutrient reduction credits; nonpoint nutrient offsets to be credited against a nutrient allocation. signed by governor
SB628 Mixed beverage licensees; ABC Board to prescribe terms under which licensees may infuse spirits. signed by governor
SB629 Standards of Quality; requirement for standard diploma. signed by governor
SB630 Standards of Quality; local school board to include in its annual report. signed by governor
SB631 Gang-free zones; expanded to include any school bus stop or public buildings, etc. dead
SB632 Cash proffers; delays collection or acceptance by locality until completion of final inspection. signed by governor
SB633 Neighborhood assistance tax credits; changes definition of impoverished people. signed by governor
SB634 Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB); composition. dead
SB635 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; name of offender's employer not to be published. dead
SB636 Zoning; transfer of development rights. stricken
SB637 Jail superintendent and officers; service of civil and criminal process of jailed inmates. in committee
SB638 Disclosure of insurance liability limits; attorney of representative of deceased to obtain. incorporated
SB639 Health records; penalty for delay. dead
SB640 Cash proffer guidelines; rate policy or guideline established by ordinance. stricken
SB641 Rabies vaccination certificates; removes responsibility from treasurer. in committee
SB642 Health insurance, basic; HMOs to offer plans that do not include state-mandated benefits. signed by governor
SB643 Jailable offense; discretion of law-enforcement officer to arrest or issue summons therefor. dead
SB644 Specialized Biotechnology Research Performance Grant Program; established. signed by governor
SB645 Electric transmission lines; prohibits SCC approving agreements for underground installation. signed by governor
SB646 Tow trucks; certain requirements for connection between vehicles. signed by governor
SB647 Energy mandates; SCC and JLARC to prepare an assessment of economic impact on customers. dead
SB648 Humane investigators; allows appointment thereof. stricken
SB649 Autism Tuition Assistance Grant Program; established. dead
SB650 Stormwater regulation; amends current law. dead
SB651 Small claims court; increases ceiling of jurisdictional amount thereof. dead
SB652 Concussions; Board of Education to develop guidelines dealing with in student-athletes. signed by governor
SB653 Certificate of public need; Commissioner of Health to accept & approve request to amend conditions. signed by governor
SB654 Elections and electronic reforms; State Board of Elections to use various electronic systems. enacted
SB655 Racing Commission; allocations from simulcast horse racing. incorporated
SB656 Property tax, local; separate classification for renewable energy manufacturing tangible property. signed by governor
SB657 Income tax, corporate; renewable energy products tax credit. dead
SB658 Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Zones; established. dead
SB659 Outer Continental Shelf; air pollution control regulations. signed by governor
SB660 Retail Sales and Use Tax; requires dealer to register if sufficient business activity within State. dead
SB661 Land preservation tax credit; verification of conservation value of certain donations. signed by governor
SB662 Short-term rental property; local government to exempt person engaged in rental business. incorporated
SB663 State taxes, delinquent; persons appointed by State to collect shall be compensated. dead
SB664 Insurance information; agent to disclose information about policy to funeral services licensee. dead
SB665 Common Interest Community Board; powers and duties. signed by governor
SB666 Unemployment compensation; employee voluntarily leaving employment to accompany military spouse. incorporated
SB667 Dulles Access Highway; enforcement through use of photo-monitoring system in conjunction with usage. enacted
SB668 Saltwater recreational fishing; licensing in conformance with national registry. signed by governor
SB669 Virginia Capitol Preservation Foundation; may receive contributions of taxpayer refunds. signed by governor
SB670 Correctional facility work program; person who participates to contribute part of his pay for fines. signed by governor
SB671 Income tax, corporate; eliminates for taxable years beginning on or after July 1, 2012. dead
SB672 Governor; compacts with federally recognized Virginia Indian tribes. dead
SB673 School boards; salary in Amherst County. signed by governor
SB674 Automobile clubs; shall not include services offered or provided through a telematics system. dead
SB675 Health insurance; mandated coverage for telemedicine services. signed by governor
SB676 Abandoned graveyards; when locality acquires title they may continue to maintain property. signed by governor
SB677 Stormwater management regulations; extends effective date that establishes local program criteria. incorporated
SB678 Income tax; credit for electric energy facility producing electricity from livestock waste nutrient. dead
SB679 Restorative justice programs; established for offenders and victims. dead
SB680 Electric utility regulation; SCC to regulate rate for services of investor-owned electric utilities. signed by governor
SB681 Stormwater management regulations; extends effective date that establishes local program criteria. incorporated
SB682 Public schools; school board to report to Superintendent of Public Instruction recycling policies. dead
SB683 Absentee voting procedures; deletes certain requirements. dead
SB684 Transportation; provides new and increased taxes, tolls, etc., & general fund revenues for funding. dead
SB685 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; use of fireworks on residential property. dead
SB686 Uniform Environmental Covenants Act; established. signed by governor
SB687 Schedule IV; adds carisoprodol and tramadol to list. dead
SB688 DUI; expands crimes for which officer may arrest without warrant to include driving watercraft. dead
SB689 Protection and Advocacy, Office for; establish policy and guideline for approval of legal remedies. signed by governor
SB690 Voter registration drives; definition, payment or receipt of compensation for circulating petitions. dead
SB691 Minority Business Enterprise, Department of; enhancement measures for small, etc., businesses. dead
SB692 Probate tax; establishes tax on recordation of list of heirs, etc. signed by governor
SB693 Major business facility job tax credit; reduces threshold amount of jobs that must be created. incorporated
SB694 Budget bill; Governor to provide for additional appropriations to Transportation Trust Fund. dead
SB695 Public Procurement Act; cooperative procurement. dead
SB696 HOV lanes; allows certain military personnel to use in Hampton Roads regardless of passengers. signed by governor
SB697 Medicaid; DMAS to continue efforts to expand managed care of recipients throughout State. dead
SB698 State Veterinarian; privatization of recordkeeping and inspection responsibilities, penalty. stricken
SB699 Transportation improvement district; county to change zoning to conform property with plan. stricken
SB700 Management-to-staff ratios; DHRM to develop procedures for implementation of schedule. dead
SB701 Cigarettes; assessment fee on manufacturers that do not participate in Master Settlement Agreement. stricken
SB702 Child welfare; placement of children. dead
SB703 Public Procurement Act; preference for construction contractors hiring local residents. dead
SB704 Special license plates; TRUST WOMEN/RESPECT CHOICE. incorporated
SB705 Taxation, new and increased; additional revenues to be appropriated for funding SOQ. dead
SB706 Health insurance; coverage for mental health and substance abuse services. signed by governor
SB707 Autism Advisory Council; created, report. dead
SB708 Nutrient Offset Fund; established. dead
SB709 Special license plates; members and supporters of the Virginia Recycling Association. incorporated
SB710 Utility Transfers Act; SCC to approve acquiring or disposal of control of public utility. in committee
SB711 Freedom of Information Act; disclosure of criminal investigative records. dead
SB712 George Mason University; establishment of branch campus in Republic of Korea. signed by governor
SB713 Coastal Energy Research Consortium; increase in membership and board of directors. signed by governor
SB714 Estate tax; reinstates federal credit amount. dead
SB715 Civics education; teachers training to include local government and civics specific to State. enacted
SB716 Conditions of release; posting of bond for person arrested for a felony. in subcommittee
SB717 Regional VDOT construction accounts; established. dead
SB718 Private capital lending; allows local government, etc., to enter into certain conduit agreements. dead
SB719 Courts not of record; appeals in civil cases. in subcommittee
SB720 Tuition; covered higher educational institutions to charge based on ability to pay. dead
SB721 Attorney-issued summons; eliminates prohibition of summonses in cases involving protective orders. signed by governor
SB722 Health insurance; credits for retired school division employees. dead
SB723 Campaign finance disclosure; reports of large contributions by governing body members. signed by governor
SB724 Bail decision; appeal by an attorney for State. in subcommittee
SB725 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include pet carriers to list of hurricane preparedness items. dead
SB726 Hampton Roads Maritime Association; changes name to Virginia Maritime Association. enacted
SB727 Kinesiotherapists; licensure. dead
SB728 Child support orders; eliminates ability of DSS to order 2.5 percent cash medical support payments. signed by governor
SB729 Electric utilities; alternative energy research and demonstration projects. dead
SB730 Major Employment and Investment Project Site Planning Grant Fund; established. signed by governor
SB731 Virginia Health Workforce Development Authority; created, report. signed by governor
SB732 Direct recording electronic (DRE) machines; acquisition of voting equipment by localities. stricken
SB733 License tax, state; credit for investment in small business investment companies. dead
SB734 Charter; Town of Dumfries. passed committee
SB735 National Guard; provides in-state tuition for person who met requirements prior to active duty, etc. dead
SB736 College Partnership Laboratory Schools; established. enacted
SB737 Charter schools, public; review & consideration of application by Board of Education & school board. signed by governor
SB738 Virtual school programs; established. enacted
SB739 Economic development incentives; aggregate amount of awarded grants for eligible projects. signed by governor
SJ1 Commending the Colonial Beach High School boys' basketball team. passed senate
SJ2 Commending Sean Fleming. passed senate
SJ3 Celebrating the life of Thomas Boone Nottingham. passed senate
SJ4 Celebrating the life of Douglas Junious DePriest. passed senate
SJ5 Celebrating the life of Harriet Nachman Storm. passed senate
SJ6 Celebrating the life of Master Sergeant Jerome David Hatfield. passed senate
SJ7 Celebrating the life of First Lieutenant Leevi K. Barnard. passed senate
SJ8 Celebrating the life of Charles Columbus Bassett III. passed senate
SJ9 Celebrating the life of Ralph William Carroll, Sr. passed senate
SJ10 Celebrating the life of H. Lewis Compton. passed senate
SJ11 Commemorative commission; established to recommend monument to honor contributions of women. passed senate
SJ12 Nottoway Indian Tribe; extending state recognition thereto and grants representation on VCI. passed senate
SJ13 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans (second reference). passed senate
SJ14 Celebrating the life of George G. King. passed senate
SJ15 Constitutional amendment; two or more counties and cities may share one electoral board, etc. dead
SJ16 Celebrating the life of Brenda Friend Briggs. passed senate
SJ17 State sovereignty; Congress urged to honor Tenth amendment of U.S. Constitution. dead
SJ18 Celebrating the life of Robert Ward Armstrong. passed senate
SJ19 Celebrating the life of Dick Thompson. passed senate
SJ20 Celebrating the life of Theo Bryant Marsh. passed senate
SJ21 Tax preferences; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study effectiveness. passed senate
SJ22 Celebrating the life of Jack R. Lilienthal, Sr. passed senate
SJ23 Professional Social Work Month; designating as March 2010, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
SJ24 Constitutional amendment; powers of General Assembly (first reference). dead
SJ25 Constitutional amendment; tax exemption for buildings, etc., constructed to conserve energy. dead
SJ26 Public schools and families; joint subcommittee to study effects of economic recession in State. dead
SJ27 Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public use (first reference). dead
SJ28 Celebrating the life of David Kenneth Lisk. passed senate
SJ29 Commending the Virginia Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads, Inc., on the 75th anniversary. passed senate
SJ30 Tort claims; JLARC to study costs incurred by State or its localities. dead
SJ31 Public schools; JLARC to study reading proficiency among third graders. passed senate
SJ32 Community colleges & higher educational institution, etc.; JLARC to study role of SOE in improving. passed senate
SJ33 Celebrating the life of Bernard Joseph Natkin. passed senate
SJ34 Uniform grading policy; Department of Education to study impact in State. stricken
SJ35 Tidal shoreline management; Virginia Institute of Marine Science to study. passed senate
SJ36 Celebrating the life of Gladys Schuster Carter. passed senate
SJ37 Celebrating the life of Woodley J. Koonce III. passed senate
SJ38 Commending W. Randolph Nichols. passed senate
SJ39 Celebrating the life of Clifton A. Bernard. passed senate
SJ40 Celebrating the life of Nathan T. Hardee. passed senate
SJ41 Commending the Northside High School football team. passed senate
SJ42 Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day; designating as March 30, 2010, & each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
SJ43 Celebrating the life of Colonel, USA Ret., Quintus Cincinnatus Atkinson V. passed senate
SJ44 Commending the League of Women Voters of Virginia on the occasion of its 90th anniversary. passed senate
SJ45 Adults and children with disabilities; DSS to conduct program on identifying abuse, neglect, etc. passed senate
SJ46 Medicine, practice of; JLARC to conduct review of effectiveness of Board of Medicine in regulating. dead
SJ47 Commending William A. Garrett. passed senate
SJ48 Commending Maureen F. Ribble. passed senate
SJ49 Celebrating the life of Joseph William Minter. passed senate
SJ50 Virginia Workplace Readiness Skills and test; Board of Education to approve revised version, report. passed senate
SJ51 Long-Term Care Ombudsman, Office of State; JLARC to examine need for additional funding therefor. in subcommittee
SJ52 Continuing care retirement community; SCC to study management and need for resident representation. dead
SJ53 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ54 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ55 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ56 Commending Lester L. Burnett. passed senate
SJ57 Celebrating the life of Frank K. Batten, Sr. passed senate
SJ58 Celebrating the life of George Washington Warden, Sr. passed senate
SJ59 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Samuel L. Varner. passed senate
SJ60 Celebrating the life of Geraldine Elizabeth Gatlin Smith. passed senate
SJ61 Celebrating the life of Rudolph T. Gordon. passed senate
SJ62 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for persons convicted of felonies. dead
SJ63 DRPT; study funding of high-speed and intercity passenger rail operations in State. passed senate
SJ64 SOLs; DOE to study feasibility of adding curriculum relating to healthy lifestyle choices. in subcommittee
SJ65 Youth Art Month; designating as March 2010, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
SJ66 Commending Charles D. Crowson, Jr. passed senate
SJ67 Commending Lorraine Thompson. passed senate
SJ68 Voter registration and election system; joint subcommittee to study administration thereof. dead
SJ69 Constitutional amendment; property tax relief for certain businesses. dead
SJ70 Commending Frank Les Sisson. passed senate
SJ71 Commending Sheriff Charles E. Jett and the Stafford County Sheriffs Office. passed senate
SJ72 Commending Stanley Schoppe and the Montross Dairy Freeze on the occasion of their 40th anniversary. passed senate
SJ73 Strategy & Model for Substance Abuse Prevention & Treatment, Joint Subcommittee Studying; continued. passed senate
SJ74 Substance abuse treatment services; Bureau of Insurance of SCC to collect data, etc., on, report. incorporated
SJ75 Prescription Monitoring Program; DHP to collect data about utilization by prescribers & dispensers. incorporated
SJ76 Commending Vector Industries, Inc., on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. passed senate
SJ77 Commending the Virginia Resources Authority on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed senate
SJ78 Celebrating the life of William Michaux Sydnor, Sr. passed senate
SJ79 Celebrating the life of the Reverend James H. Alsop. passed senate
SJ80 Nursing homes; DHP to study advisability of permitting use of medication aides. passed committee
SJ81 Constitutional amendment; limit on taxes or revenues and Revenue Stabilization Fund. passed senate
SJ82 Commending Jacqueline and Frederick J. Napolitano, Sr. passed senate
SJ83 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Lawrence T. Parker. passed senate
SJ84 Commending the City of Fairfax Band on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. passed senate
SJ85 Childhood obesity; encouraging physical activity in public schools to reduce. passed senate
SJ86 Commending the Virginia Ballet Company and School on the occasion of its 60th anniversary. passed senate
SJ87 Kindergarteners; Department of Education to study dyslexia screening therefor. passed senate
SJ88 Local government reorganization; joint subcommittee to study. dead
SJ89 Development and Land Use Tools in State's Localities, Joint Subcommittee Studying; continued. passed senate
SJ90 Community services boards; DBHDS to study funding formula used to distribute resources. stricken
SJ91 Public School Teacher Compensation; JLARC to study methodology employed to develop biennial report. stricken
SJ92 Constitutional amendment; conference committee report for general appropriation bills. dead
SJ93 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ94 Motor fuels tax; Virginia Transportation Research Council to study desirability, etc., of replacing. dead
SJ95 Constitutional amendment; forest harvesting & silvicultural activity equipment exempt from taxation. dead
SJ96 Honor and Remember Flag; Congress urged to designate as national emblem of service and sacrifice. dead
SJ97 Constitutional amendment; localities to establish either income or financial worth limitations. passed senate
SJ98 Regional rapid transit network; continues mandate of study. passed committee
SJ99 Interstate safety rest areas; Virginia Transportation Research Council to study public funding. passed senate
SJ100 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). dead
SJ101 Commending Doorways for Women and Families. passed senate
SJ102 Commending Wright to Read on the occasion of its 30th anniversary. passed senate
SJ103 Commending the Moose Lodge in Bedford, Virginia Moose and Moose International. passed senate
SJ104 Celebrating the life of Samuel Wallace Cundiff. passed senate
SJ105 Celebrating the life of William Glynn Loope. passed senate
SJ106 Commending Irvin Lewis Powell. passed senate
SJ107 Celebrating the life of Elsie Taylor Brown. passed senate
SJ108 Celebrating the life of John Hope Franklin, revered dean of African American historians. passed senate
SJ109 Commending Reverend Willie Woodson. passed senate
SJ110 Celebrating the life of the Honorable George M. Warren, Jr. passed senate
SJ111 Celebrating the life of Christine Ann Cooke. passed senate
SJ112 Commending Virginia Task Force 1. passed senate
SJ113 Commending William F. Mezger. passed senate
SJ114 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ115 Commending the Poquoson High School baseball team. passed senate
SJ116 Celebrating the life of Anargyros Lolos. passed senate
SJ117 Commending the Menchville High School baseball team. passed senate
SJ118 Commending Joe Frank. passed senate
SJ119 Commending Historic Hilton Village. passed senate
SJ120 Celebrating the life of William Samuel Carnes. passed senate
SJ121 Commending the Lonesome Dove Equestrian Center. passed senate
SJ122 Celebrating the life of John Warren Cooke. dead
SJ123 Commending the Wallops Flight Facility on the occasion of its 65th anniversary. passed senate
SJ124 Healthy Youth Day; designating as January 20, 2010. passed senate
SJ125 Commending the Virginia Symphony Orchestra. passed senate
SJ126 Celebrating the life of Robert Henkel Spilman, Sr. passed senate
SJ127 Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Tribe; extending state recognition thereto, representation on VCI. passed senate
SJ128 Commending Virginia Task Force 1. passed senate
SJ129 Commending Howard Kempter. passed senate
SJ130 Celebrating the life of Deshannon Artemis Taylor. passed senate
SJ131 Commending Lieutenant General Samuel Vaughan Wilson, USA Ret. passed senate
SJ132 Commending the Riverside Elementary School ThinkQuest competition team. passed senate
SJ133 Commending Thomas Martin Oliver. passed senate
SJ134 Celebrating the life of Raymond Celester Crittenden, Jr. passed senate
SJ135 Commending the James Madison High School Robotics Club. passed senate
SJ136 Engineering curriculum; DOE to establish and define goals therefor in public schools. stricken
SJ137 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). dead
SJ138 Commending the Reverend Dr. Kirkland R. Walton. passed senate
SJ139 Commending Elam Baptist Church on the occasion of its 200th anniversary. passed senate
SJ140 Celebrating the life of Constance M. Houston. passed senate
SJ141 Commending MINDS WIDE OPEN: Virginia Celebrates Women in the Arts. passed senate
SJ142 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. John Henry Foster. passed senate
SJ143 Celebrating the life of Lillie Elizabeth Bradley Teasley. passed senate
SJ144 Commending the Nansemond-Suffolk Academy football team. passed senate
SJ145 Appalachian Power; Commission on Electric Utility Regulation to study monopoly services. dead
SJ146 Commending the Childrens Home Society of Virginia on the occasion of its 110th anniversary. passed senate
SJ147 General Assembly; joint committee of Senate and House to be established to study ethic issues. dead
SJ148 Commending All Saints Catholic School. passed senate
SJ149 General Assembly; support revocation of State's consent to transfer of Jens Soering. passed senate
SJ150 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ151 Commending Joseph S. Crane. passed senate
SJ152 Commending the Phoebus High School football team. passed senate
SJ153 Celebrating the life of Hannibal E. Howell, Jr., M.D. passed senate
SJ154 Celebrating the life of Edward Delk. passed senate
SJ155 Celebrating the life of Thomas Chandler Northam. passed senate
SJ156 Celebrating the life of Theodore Edward BaCote, Jr. passed senate
SJ157 Commending Khalil Hassan. passed senate
SJ158 Commending John R. Henry. passed senate
SJ159 Celebrating the life of John Graves Sanders. passed senate
SJ160 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ161 Commending Radford University on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed senate
SJ162 Celebrating the life of Oriana Robertson Hargrove. passed senate
SJ163 Celebrating the life of Albert R. Meadows. passed senate
SJ164 Philanthropy and private foundations; recognizing and encouraging formation & creation of entities. passed senate
SJ165 Commending the Hampton Roads Chapter of the Virginia Counselors Association on the occasion of its 6 passed senate
SJ166 Celebrating the life of Joseph Robert Roy. passed senate
SJ167 Commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the Thalhimers Department Store Lunch Counter Sit-In. passed senate
SJ168 Celebrating the life of Hale Hunter Hepler. passed senate
SJ169 Celebrating the life of Frank Raflo. passed senate
SJ170 Celebrating the life of George William Titus. passed senate
SJ171 Celebrating the life of Carl F. Emswiller, Jr. passed senate
SJ172 Celebrating the life of Mervin Jackson. passed senate
SJ173 Celebrating the life of Alfred P. Dennis. passed senate
SJ174 Commending Peter A. Fulcer. passed senate
SJ175 Commending the Broad Run High School football team. passed senate
SJ176 Commending Patricia Picard Cormier. passed senate
SJ177 Celebrating the life of Earl Eugene Meese. passed senate
SJ178 Commending Eddie N. Moore, Jr. passed senate
SJ179 Celebrating the life of Irving Filmore Truitt, Jr. passed senate
SJ180 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Carleton Penn II. passed senate
SJ181 Commending Abbs Valley-Boissevain Elementary School. passed senate
SJ182 Commending the 29th Infantry Division of the Virginia-Maryland-District of Columbia National Guard. passed senate
SJ183 Commending Caressa Cameron, Miss America. passed senate
SJ184 Celebrating the life of Marvin L. Gillum. passed senate
SJ185 Commending Vincent A. Tassa, Jr. passed senate
SJ186 Commending Lee Bell. passed senate
SJ187 Commending Sharon Dravvorn. passed senate
SJ188 Commending Ann Lam Wong. passed senate
SJ189 Celebrating the life of General John Reiley Guthrie, USA Ret. passed senate
SJ190 Commending the Central Virginia Community Health Center on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. passed senate
SJ191 Commending John Thomas Casteen III. passed senate
SJ192 Celebrating the life of Specialist Stephan Lee Mace. passed senate
SJ193 Commending Leonard W. Sandridge. passed senate
SJ194 Commending Trooper Justin T. Mahalik. passed senate
SJ195 Celebrating the life of Major Harold E. Brown, Jr. passed senate
SJ196 Celebrating the accomplishments of the Virginia National Guard and the Virginia Defense Force in 200 passed senate
SJ197 Celebrating the life of Samuel Morgan Church, Jr. passed senate
SJ198 Commending the City of Alexandrias Archaeological Protection Code on the occasion of its 20th anniv passed senate
SJ199 Governor; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ200 Celebrating the life of Adolphus Gilliam Bradshaw. passed senate
SJ201 Celebrating the life of Michael E. Mares. passed senate
SJ202 Celebrating the life of Nathaniel H. Reid, Jr. passed senate
SJ203 Celebrating the life of Robert J. Frank, M.D. passed senate
SJ204 Celebrating the life of Charles D. Curley, Jr. passed senate
SJ205 Senate Committee on Rules; confirming appointments. passed senate
SJ206 Commending Friends of the Rappahannock. passed senate
SJ207 Celebrating the life of George Chancellor Rawlings, Jr. passed senate
SJ208 Celebrating the life of Arthur V. Holloway. passed senate
SJ209 Commending the City of Waynesboro, the City of Staunton, and the County of Augusta for their success passed senate
SJ210 Commending Barbara O. Carraway. passed senate
SJ211 Commending the Loudoun County High School girls volleyball team. passed senate
SJ212 Celebrating the life of Sidney A. Reyes. passed senate
SJ213 Commending Temple Douglas. passed senate
SJ214 Commending Paul J. Lanteigne. passed senate
SJ215 Celebrating the life of Kelly Noel Combs Necessary. passed senate
SJ216 Celebrating the life of Captain Thurlow Q. Hutchinson, USNR Ret. passed senate
SJ217 Commending Ronald McNew and Craig Furneisen. passed senate
SJ218 Commending Eric R. Glueckert. passed senate
SJ219 Commending the Reston Historic Trust. passed senate
SJ220 Commending Holly Norris. passed senate
SJ221 Commending Emily Ward. passed senate
SJ222 Commending Jack Taylor. passed senate
SJ223 Commending Head Coach Frank Beamer and the Virginia Tech football team. passed senate
SJ224 Celebrating the life of Margie Fisher. passed senate
SJ225 Commending the Family Foundation of Virginia on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed senate
SJ226 Commending the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport passed senate
SJ227 Commending Colonel, USA Ret., Van T. Barfoot. passed senate
SJ228 Commending C.J. Woollum. passed senate
SJ229 Celebrating the life of JoAnne M. Jorgenson. passed senate
SJ230 Commending Jeanne F. Zeidler. passed senate
SJ231 Commending Myrtle Bailey. passed senate
SJ232 Commending Virginia Green. passed senate
SJ233 Commending the Virginia Gentlemen Foundation. passed senate
SJ234 Celebrating the life of Gene Paul Moore. passed senate
SJ235 Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Blue Ridge Parkway. passed senate
SJ236 Commending Titan America. passed senate
SJ237 Commending the Virginia Community Healthcare Association for 30 years of service to the Commonwealth passed senate
SJ238 Commending World Help. passed senate
SJ239 Commending Phillip C. Stone. passed senate
SJ240 Celebrating the life of Major General (USA Ret.) Alvin Bryant, M.D. passed senate
SJ241 Commending Linda Costanzo. passed senate
SJ242 Celebrating the life of Thomas Alan Reid. passed senate
SJ243 Celebrating the life of William McGarvey Dudley. passed senate
SJ244 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Brandon T. Islip, USA. passed senate
SJ245 Commending Will Mason. passed senate
SJ246 Celebrating the life of Jeremy Jason Wise. passed senate
SJ247 Celebrating the life of J.A.G. Parrish. passed senate
SJ248 Commending Elizabeth DiJulio. passed senate
SJ249 Commending Amanda C. Ash. passed senate
SJ250 Commending Community Housing Partners. passed senate
SJ251 Commending the Chatham High School baseball team. passed senate
SJ252 Commending the Altavista High School softball team. passed senate
SJ253 Celebrating the life of Carolyn Moses Lusardi. passed senate
SJ254 Commending Michael A. Jones. passed senate
SJ255 Celebrating the life of Matthew Lyle Lacy III. passed senate
SJ256 Celebrating the life of William Eugene Gallahan, Jr. passed senate
SJ257 Commending the Isle of Wight TRIAD program. passed senate
SJ258 Celebrating the life of Anna Leola Jones Studivant. passed senate
SJ259 Commending HCA Virginia Health System and its newest facility, Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center. passed senate
SJ260 Commending Helen Marie Taylor. passed senate
SJ261 Commending Edward W. Jones. passed senate
SJ262 Commending Culpeper Regional Hospital on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed senate
SJ263 Commending Sally Davis. passed senate
SJ264 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Paul E. Dumont, Jr., USA. passed senate
SJ265 Commending pregnancy care centers. passed senate
SJ266 Celebrating the life of Marie Teresa Jennings Massie. passed senate
SJ267 Commending Barry Green. passed senate
SJ268 Celebrating the life of Ralph H. Dean. passed senate
SJ269 Celebrating the life of Margaret C. Allen. passed senate
SJ270 Celebrating the life of Joseph V. Gorman, Jr. passed senate
SJ271 Commending the City of Bristol on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of its iconic sign. passed senate
SJ272 Commending David A. Lawrence. passed senate
SJ273 Commending Diana Wallace. passed senate
SJ274 Commending Reverend Dr. Devlaming A. Peace, Sr. passed senate
SR1 Senate; 2010 operating budget. passed senate
SR2 Rules of Senate; proposed amendment. passed senate
SR3 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed senate
SR4 Judge; nomination for election to Court of Appeals. passed senate
SR5 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed senate
SR6 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed senate
SR7 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed senate
SR8 State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed senate
SR9 Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed senate
SR10 Investment portfolio managed by Retirement System; Senate Committee on Finance to study. passed senate
SR11 Judge; nomination for election to general district court. passed senate
SR12 Judge; nomination for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed senate
SR13 Commending Gwendolyn F. Bailey. passed senate
SR14 Commending Jane R. Atkinson. passed senate
SR15 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed senate
SR16 Judge; nomination for election to circuit court. passed senate
SR17 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed senate
SR18 Commending Zion Baptist Church. passed senate
SR19 Commending the I.C. Norcom High School boys basketball team. passed senate
SR20 Commending the Cave Spring High School boys' basketball team. passed senate
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