2011 Bills

2,969 bills found.

# Title Status
HB2 Income tax, state; small business investment tax credit. dead
HB12 Group health insurance; allows coverage to be extended to full-time students under age 27. dead
HB15 Terrorism, federal; those accused or convicted shall not be held in custody in state/local facility. dead
HB20 Disabled veteran; definition. dead
HB47 Income tax, state; telework expenses tax credit. dead
HB57 Business, professional, and occupational license (BPOL) tax; limits on rates and imposition. dead
HB59 General registrar; appointment by electoral board. dead
HB73 Income tax, state; additional personal exemption for surviving spouse or head of household. dead
HB75 License plates, special; issuance to those bearing national motto: 'In God We Trust.' dead
HB89 Virginia Wind Underwriting Association; created. dead
HB94 Income tax, corporate; reduction of rate for up to three years for certain small businesses. dead
HB110 BPOL tax; localities to decide to impose on business's gross receipts or its State taxable income. dead
HB122 Conflict of interests; prohibited conduct for certain officers and employees of state government. dead
HB123 Virginia Nanotechnology Authority Act; created, report. dead
HB164 Protective orders; authorizes judicial officer to require respondent be subject to GPS monitoring. dead
HB207 Police lineups; establishes a uniform procedure to be used by all law-enforcement agencies. dead
HB216 Assault and battery against a family or household member; protective order, penalty. dead
HB219 Adverse possession; abolition. dead
HB226 TANF; eligibility of assistance when convicted of drug-related felonies. dead
HB234 License plates, special; issuance to members and former members of U.S. Navy. dead
HB242 Judicial vacancies; removes requirement of certifying prior to legislature filling vacancies. dead
HB245 Gate City, Town of; Transportation Board to allow provision of access roads. dead
HB246 Local government investment pool; limitations. dead
HB252 Unemployment benefits; waiver of overpayment due to administrative error. dead
HB259 Transportation-disadvantaged persons; requires State to develop plans to assist. dead
HB261 Low-profit limited liability companies; definition. dead
HB276 Highway maintenance funds; requires CTB to allocate funds on basis of achieving level of disparity. dead
HB280 Fraud to accomplish vote on union organization; person guilty of misdemeanor. dead
HB282 Newspapers; may petition circuit court for authority to publish legal notices and publications. dead
HB285 Companion animals; court may include in protective order provisions prohibiting harm. dead
HB292 Circuit courts; shall have original and general jurisdiction over certain cases. dead
HB301 Autopsy; retention and disposal of specimens. dead
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
HB309 Summary judgment; documents that can serve as basis for motion. dead
HB310 Offers of judgment; costs. dead
HB327 Electric energy efficiency standard; established. dead
HB329 Lawn fertilizers; prohibits use and application of those that contain phosphorus. dead
HB338 Claims; Mr. and Mrs. Brian Cebula. dead
HB347 Anesthesia; hospitals develop procedure for discharge of individuals who had procedures requiring. dead
HB372 Minors; name change presumed to be in minor's best interest. dead
HB383 Utility cooperatives; electing members of board of directors by proportional representation. dead
HB392 Vehicles damaged by water; increases threshold for reporting water damage. dead
HB420 License plates, special; issuance to those with certain medical conditions. dead
HB424 Audiologists; authority to dispense hearing aids. 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
HB453 Protective orders; service of notice by law-enforcement officer. dead
HB464 Virginia Respite Care Registry and Fund; established. dead
HB474 Public utility lines; procedure municipality may obtain to place across a railroad right-of-way. dead
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
HB494 Notary public; civil immunity for local government officers, employees, and volunteers. dead
HB508 Sewage sludge; Water Control Board to notify owners of land of proposed land application site. dead
HB512 Lyme disease; allows a licensed physician to prescribe long-term antibiotic therapy. dead
HB524 Lobbyist's disclosure statement; Secretary of Commonwealth to redesign form. dead
HB528 Physical restraint of student; requires school principal or his designee to notify parents. dead
HB536 Individual health insurance coverage; resident of State shall not be required to obtain a policy. dead
HB539 Group accident and sickness insurance coverage; minimum number of covered persons. dead
HB541 Group accident and sickness insurance; coverage extended to insure parent of insured group member. dead
HB546 Motor carriers of passengers; requires permits from DMV before operating on highways. dead
HB573 Public nuisances; locality to include activity or conduct that causes annoyance, etc. dead
HB597 Signing death certificates; continuing education upon receipt of three or more complaints. dead
HB601 Medical laboratory scientists technicians; may practice if registered with Board of Medicine. dead
HB607 Technology, Nanotechnology, and Biotechnology Investment Fund; created. dead
HB616 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Relay for Life. dead
HB622 Education & financial literacy; implement through relevant SOL and career and technical programs. dead
HB632 Income tax, corporate and state; credit for land conservation. dead
HB641 Freedom of Information Act; requests for records may be made by any citizen of United States. dead
HB656 Protective orders; authorizes judicial officer require that respondent be subject to GPS monitoring. dead
HB661 Line of Duty Death and Health Benefits Trust Fund; established. dead
HB665 Budget bill; Governor to provide for additional appropriations to Transportation Trust Fund. dead
HB675 Transmission lines; SCC to establish certain conditions to minimize adverse environmental impact. dead
HB683 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption on gold, silver, and platinum bullion costing over $1,000. dead
HB685 Child pornography; solicitation, possession, or production thereof by a minor, penalty. dead
HB696 Surface & groundwaters; Water Control Board impose penalty when failure to report water withdrawal. 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
HB720 Health insurance choice; created. dead
HB724 Open Education Curriculum Board; established. dead
HB730 Health insurance; coverage for early intervention services of autism. dead
HB734 Income tax, state; public school renovation tax credit. dead
HB743 Ballot security; prohibits person from reproducing or copying ballot that has been cast in election. dead
HB748 Parental rights; final orders for termination are appealed directly to Court of Appeals. dead
HB773 DUI laws of other states; allows analogous state laws to be used as prior DUI convictions. 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
HB782 Surplus real property; DGS to inventory all real property owned and update at least annually. dead
HB784 Income tax, state; indexing rates, filing thresholds, personal exemptions, and standard deductions. dead
HB790 Defacement removal; localities to charge owners of occupied property actual cost. dead
HB795 Harvell Dam; exempts part of Appomattox River from fish passageway requirements. dead
HB808 State and local transportation planning; provides for coordination with DRPT. dead
HB822 Child support, etc.; single petition may be filed in juvenile & domestic relations district court. dead
HB840 License plates, special; issuance to members and former members of U.S. Navy. dead
HB845 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit to taxpayers for easements to recreation authority. dead
HB860 Income tax, corporate; reduces rate from 6 percent to 5.75 percent. dead
HB864 Court-appointed counsel; requires detailed accounting for representation expenses for each charge. dead
HB867 Community services boards; removes provision allowing employment of certain persons. dead
HB876 Fences along Interstate highways; VDOT to adhere to local policies in installing. dead
HB881 Solar energy collection devices; no community association shall prohibit installation or use. dead
HB905 Automatic dialing-announcing devices; prohibits calling if subscriber is on Do Not Call Registry. dead
HB910 Income tax, state; increases deduction for organ donation. dead
HB925 VIEW; screening and assessment for use of illegal substances. dead
HB926 Students, nonpublic school; participation in public school interscholastic programs, fees. dead
HB958 Check cashers; customer identification required, penalty. dead
HB971 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority Sales and Use Tax Fund; established. dead
HB976 FOIA; party whom writ is served must be served a copy of petition prior to filing. dead
HB978 Statewide uniform grading policy; requires Board of Education to establish. dead
HB987 Stormwater regulation; amends current law. dead
HB995 Firearms; purchaser may present military identification card or concealed handgun permit. dead
HB998 Income tax, corporate; renewable energy products tax credit. dead
HB1009 Drug possession case; person placed on probation violating probation shall have no right of appeal. dead
HB1013 Virginia Infrastructure in Urban Development Areas Loan Fund; created. dead
HB1015 Telecommuting & alternative work schedules; Secretary of Administration shall measure effectiveness. dead
HB1019 Public Procurement Act; alternative dispute resolution. dead
HB1020 Loitering; locality may prohibit congregating around any public place for purposes of solicitation. dead
HB1024 Funeral services; designation of authorized persons to make arrangements. dead
HB1037 Clean Energy Manufacturing Incentive Grant Fund; created. dead
HB1041 Workforce Council; reduces membership, Executive Committee shall review & recommend grant proposals. dead
HB1050 Income tax, state; increases long-term care insurance tax credit. dead
HB1056 Animal control officers; clarifies duties and responsibilities. dead
HB1057 Qualifications of candidates; evaluate whether a person meets residency requirements. dead
HB1060 School boards; any locality in Planning District 8 may establish system of staggered elections. dead
HB1069 Adult abuse; mandatory reporting by person employed in emergency department of any hospital. dead
HB1094 Health insurance; mandated benefits for colorectal cancer screening. dead
HB1097 Health directors, local; Commissioner of Health may appoint non-physician qualified by experience. dead
HB1119 Charter schools, public; Board of Education may submit recommendation as to approvl of application. dead
HB1123 Second Chance Act; Secretary of Public Safety, et al. to study and make recommendations. dead
HB1143 Humane investigators; allows appointment thereof. dead
HB1144 Telecommuting; increases target for eligible state employee participation to 40 percent. dead
HB1156 Protective orders; minor may petition. dead
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
HB1167 Schedule II, etc., controlled substances; prescriber to request information about patient. dead
HB1177 Southwest Regional Recreation Authority; board to establish ranger police division. dead
HB1205 College Building Authority; acquire credit enhancements to secure payment of bonds issued. dead
HB1207 Computer trespass; expands crime to include video and image capture hardware or software, penalty. dead
HB1229 Higher educational institutions; active duty military students may return without reapplying. dead
HB1236 Energy conservation; investor-owned electric utilities, etc., to provide information to customers. dead
HB1243 Driver's license applications; DMV to provide electronic means for certain contributions. dead
HB1259 Criminal records; shall contain last four digits of person's social security number. dead
HB1268 Recreational gill net license; established for owners of piers. 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 members and supporters of Friends of Blue Ridge Parkway, Inc. dead
HB1281 Appomattox State Scenic River; increases length of portion thereof designated as scenic river. dead
HB1312 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of James River Park System. dead
HB1313 Prince William County Metro Rail Improvement District; created. dead
HB1316 Residential community programs; DOC to give nonviolent prisoners opportunity to participate. dead
HB1319 Carbon dioxide emissions; defers USEPA enforcement of any standards or cap and trade provisions. dead
HB1323 Tolls; provided at Monitor Merrimac Memorial Bridge-Tunnel & Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel. dead
HB1326 Workers' compensation; medical services. 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
HB1357 Carbon dioxide; prohibits Air Polution Control Board and DEQ to restrict emission thereof. dead
HB1361 Computer & digital forensic services; exempt from regulation as a private security service business. dead
HB1367 Health insurance; coverage for treatment of autism spectrum disorder. dead
HB1370 License plates, special; issuance to members and former members of U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force. dead
HB1373 Telephone service; telephone company to provide credit to subscribers affected by any outage. dead
HB1384 License tax credit; credit against state license tax liability on certain insurance companies. dead
HB1385 Cemetery Board; exemptions from licensure. dead
HB1397 Residential energy efficiency standards; exempts certain homes from federal cap & trade legislation. dead
HB1398 Carbon dioxide emissions; defers USEPA enforcement of any standards or cap and trade provisions. dead
HB1399 Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act; waiver of sovereign immunity. signed by governor
HB1400 Elections; qualified registered voter may vote in person from 14 to 3 days before election. dead
HB1401 Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee for any reason, special provisions. dead
HB1402 Elections; qualified voters may vote absentee in person without providing an excuse or reason. dead
HB1403 Eluding police; vehicle driven shall be forfeited and sold by sheriff. in subcommittee
HB1404 Handheld personal communications devices; prohibits use thereof while operating motor vehicle, etc. dead
HB1405 Revocation of law license; petition for reinstatement of law license of members of General Assembly. dead
HB1406 Pretrial appeal by State attorney; ruling by juvenile & domestic relations district court, etc. dead
HB1407 Underage drinking and driving; punishable as Class 1 misdemeanor. signed by governor
HB1408 License plates, special; issuance to those bearing national motto: 'In God We Trust.' incorporated
HB1409 Prayer at public events; governmental agency shall have no authority to regulate, etc. dead
HB1410 Income tax, corporate; small business reduced rate. dead
HB1411 Reckless handling of firearms; revocation of hunting license. signed by governor
HB1412 Vehicles damaged by water; increases threshold for reporting water damage, etc. signed by governor
HB1413 Motor fuels tax rate; converts rate of taxation from cents per gallon to a percentage rate. dead
HB1414 Campaign finance; contributions from entities, disclosure of controlling individuals. dead
HB1415 Campaign finance disclosure reports; reviews. dead
HB1416 Instructional spending; expenditures and reports. dead
HB1417 Abusive conduct or actions; penalty for engaging in or using. dead
HB1418 License plates, special; issuance to those bearing legend: DONT TREAD ON ME. enacted
HB1419 Human papillomavirus vaccination; eliminates requirement of vaccination for female children. in committee
HB1420 Immigration laws; State Police to enter into agreement with U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement. incorporated
HB1421 Immigration laws, federal; enforcement by State, political subdivisions, or localities. dead
HB1422 Homestead exemptions; adds one firearm, not to exceed $3,000 value, to list of exemptions. enacted
HB1423 Marijuana, synthetic; penalties for possession, intent to sell, distribute, etc. incorporated
HB1424 Wireless telecommunications devices; extends prohibition on use in motor vehicles, etc. dead
HB1425 Taxes, local; collection. signed by governor
HB1426 Taxicabs; markings and roof signs. signed by governor
HB1427 Marijuana, synthetic; penalties for possession, intent to sell, distribute, etc. incorporated
HB1428 Abortion clinics; licensure and regulation. in committee
HB1429 DUI Personal Responsibility Initiative Fund; created. dead
HB1430 Citizenship of arrestee; if accused is not committed to jail, arresting officer to ascertain. dead
HB1431 Recordation tax; reduces state tax on deeds of trust. dead
HB1432 HOV lanes; use by vehicle with clean special fuel license plates. signed by governor
HB1433 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting & determining opening of school year. dead
HB1434 Cannabinoids, synthetic; penalties for transport, possession, sale, or distribution, etc. signed by governor
HB1435 American Sign Language; recognition for completed coursework. enacted
HB1436 Automatic dialing-announcing devices; debt collections. dead
HB1437 BPOL tax; localities to decide to impose on business gross receipts or State taxable income. signed by governor
HB1438 Goods; those produced or manufactured within State are not subject to federal law, regulation, etc. dead
HB1439 Cable television system, etc.; contracts with electric cooperative facilities for pole attachments. dead
HB1440 Unborn children; construing the word 'person' under Virginia law to include. in committee
HB1441 Motor vehicle title loans, payday loans, and open-end credit plans; caps interest rate. dead
HB1442 Hunting; practice of falconry, penalty. signed by governor
HB1443 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple possession. dead
HB1444 Voluntary admission; eliminates option therefor to training center upon request of person, etc. dead
HB1445 Land preservation tax credit; limits maximum amount that any taxpayer may receive. incorporated
HB1446 General district court; extends concurrent jurisdiction. incorporated
HB1447 Income tax, state; research and development expenses tax credit. signed by governor
HB1448 Juvenile court deferral and dismissal; cases ineligible for expungement of records. dead
HB1449 Methamphetamines; possession of certain substances with intent to manufacture, penalty. passed committee
HB1450 Pressurized gas dusters; prohibits person from selling, etc., in open displays or unlocked cases. dead
HB1451 Transient occupancy and food and beverage taxes; adds Madison County to those that may impose. signed by governor
HB1452 Transient occupancy tax; adds Counties of Madison, etc., to list of localities that may impose. signed by governor
HB1453 Hearings in Supreme Court of Virginia; complaints filed by Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission. dead
HB1454 License plates, special; repeals references to those with expired authorizations. signed by governor
HB1455 Wiretap devices; supervision and control by sheriff or chief of police. signed by governor
HB1456 Certificate of public need; authorization of certain amendment. signed by governor
HB1457 Freedom of Information Act; violations and penalties. signed by governor
HB1458 Retained asset accounts; disclosures to beneficiaries. signed by governor
HB1459 Medical malpractice; increases cap on recovery in actions against health care providers. enacted
HB1460 Public officials; any person who threatens to kill or injure is guilty of Class 1 misdemeanor. dead
HB1461 No trespassing signs; authority for posting on property. signed by governor
HB1462 Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; definition of crime. dead
HB1463 Drug charges; expungement of records. dead
HB1464 Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, Department of; disposition of unclaimed bodies. signed by governor
HB1465 Higher educational institutions; policies prohibitting admission of illegal aliens. dead
HB1466 Surgical procedures; registered nurse shall perform circulator duties. dead
HB1467 Transient occupancy tax; adds Accomack County to those localities that may impose. incorporated
HB1468 Citizenship or legal presence required for public assistance; verification required. dead
HB1469 Reckless driving; failing to stop at a school bus. incorporated
HB1470 Real property tax; membership of boards of equalization. signed by governor
HB1471 Homestead and other exemptions; exemption of real or personal property. incorporated
HB1472 License plates, special; fees for certain disabled veterans. dead
HB1473 Marijuana, synthetic; penalties for possession, intent to sell, distribute, etc. incorporated
HB1474 Erosion and sediment control; allows public service authorities to file specifications. dead
HB1475 Workers' compensation; presumption that certain injuries are work related. signed by governor
HB1476 Sexual abuse; limitations period. signed by governor
HB1477 Risk management plan; amends to include prison chaplains. signed by governor
HB1478 Elections, Director of; Governor shall appoint. in committee
HB1479 Search warrant affidavit; public availability. signed by governor
HB1480 School calendar; opening of school year in City of Roanoke. dead
HB1481 Marijuana, synthetic; penalties for possession, intent to sell, distribute, etc. incorporated
HB1482 Driver's license; use of birth registration cards to obtain. dead
HB1483 School calendar; certain school divisions granted waiver from regular opening schedule. signed by governor
HB1484 Food Standards for Agency Meals; Secretary of Health and Human Resources to develop. dead
HB1485 Medical emergency response plan and automated external defibrillator; required in certain buildings. dead
HB1486 Nursing homes; investigation of complaints by VDH, in-person interviews of residents. dead
HB1487 Criminal sexual assault; venue for trial. enacted
HB1488 Prisoners; prohibits use of restraints on those who are pregnant, exception. dead
HB1489 Handheld personal communications device; texting while driving. dead
HB1490 Elections; acquisition of voting equipment by localities. incorporated
HB1491 Highway maintenance funds; requires CTB to allocate funds on basis of achieving level of disparity. in committee
HB1492 Water well systems providers; definition. signed by governor
HB1493 Career and technical education; industry certification is mandatory. signed by governor
HB1494 Homestead exemption; increases from $5,000 to $15,000 for every householder. incorporated
HB1495 Erosion & sediment control plans; may charge fee to cover costs associated with certain review, etc. signed by governor
HB1496 Providing alcohol to an underage person; person who purchases is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor. signed by governor
HB1497 Judicial retirement; mandatory retirement. dead
HB1498 Plastic bags; use by retailers. dead
HB1499 Unlawful detainer, etc.; storage of tenant's property. dead
HB1500 Budget Bill. Appropriations for 2010-2012 biennium. signed by governor
HB1501 Elections; distribution of mail voter registration application forms. signed by governor
HB1502 License plates, special; issuance to members and supporters of Friends of Blue Ridge Parkway, Inc. incorporated
HB1503 General registrar; appointment by electoral board. dead
HB1504 Insurance companies; investments in derivative transactions, etc. signed by governor
HB1505 Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2011; created. signed by governor
HB1506 Foreclosure procedures; assignment of deed of trust. dead
HB1507 Primary schedule in 2011; moves primary date to August 23, 2011, in anticipation of redistricting. enacted
HB1508 Elections; certain prohibitions for local electoral boards. enacted
HB1509 Employment; prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation. dead
HB1510 Pawnbrokers & precious metals dealers; records required to be maintained, daily electronic reports. dead
HB1511 Cold case searchable database; Superintendent of State Police may establish. dead
HB1512 Crimes against incapacitated adults; penalty. incorporated
HB1513 Transient occupancy tax; extends sunset date provision for additional tax in Arlington County. dead
HB1514 Virginia Disability Commission; clarifies that Commission shall serve as primary forum in State. signed by governor
HB1515 Traffic lights; use of a red light activation terminal approved by State Police Superintendent. in subcommittee
HB1516 Assault and battery; if person commits against ABC agent, guilty of Class 6 felony. signed by governor
HB1517 Criminal street gangs; broadens definition. dead
HB1518 Economics education and financial literacy; school boards to implement requirements. dead
HB1519 Adoption; absence of parental consent. dead
HB1520 Drivers licenses; birth certificate issued by state agency sufficient proof of U.S. citizenship. dead
HB1521 Water authorities, sewer authorities, etc.; specified as political subdivisions of State. signed by governor
HB1522 Water and waste authorities; eminent domain powers. signed by governor
HB1523 Sex offenders; prohibiting entry onto school grounds or other property, penalty. dead
HB1524 Retail Sales and Use Tax; collection by certain contractors. signed by governor
HB1525 Elections; form of ballots to be used in local elections in Loudoun County. dead
HB1526 Real property tax appeal; information regarding income and expenses of income-producing property. signed by governor
HB1527 Firefighters; exemption from jury service. signed by governor
HB1528 Precious metals dealers; required to prepare daily reports. dead
HB1529 Pendente lite support orders; payment of debts. signed by governor
HB1530 Alcoholic beverage control; banquet licenses for event planners. dead
HB1531 Motor fuels tax; increases rate and dedicates additional revenue to transportation system. dead
HB1532 Tax administration, local; special commissioner to execute title to real estate in certain cities. signed by governor
HB1533 Parole; eligibility for certain inmates otherwise ineligible. dead
HB1534 General district court; civil jurisdiction in actions of unlawful entry or detainer. signed by governor
HB1535 Licensure or certification by Board of Medicine, etc.; consideration of military experience. signed by governor
HB1536 Charter; City of Martinsville. signed by governor
HB1537 School calendar; opening of school year in certain school divisions. dead
HB1538 Health insurance; multiple employer welfare arrangements. signed by governor
HB1539 Tolls on Dulles Toll Road and Dulles Greenway; requires advance approval by local government, etc. dead
HB1540 Legislative Services, Division of; clarifies duties. enacted
HB1541 Agricultural animals; care by owner, penalty. signed by governor
HB1542 Income tax, state; renewable energy property and energy audit tax credits. dead
HB1543 School calendar; Board of Education may waive requirement that school opens after Labor Day. dead
HB1544 Commonwealth Mass Transit Fund; increases percentage of Transportation Trust Fund revenues, etc. dead
HB1545 Smoking; prohibition on grounds of public elementary, intermediate, and secondary schools. dead
HB1546 Handheld personal communications device; texting while driving. dead
HB1547 Income tax, state; nonprofit charitable donations for Energy Star qualified products tax credit. dead
HB1548 Parental notification; school board policy violations. dead
HB1549 Virginia-grown food products; purchase by state agencies and institutions, etc. dead
HB1550 Textbook publishers; Board of Education shall certify publishers. dead
HB1551 Parking; regulation of certain vehicles in Hanover County. signed by governor
HB1552 Concealed handgun permits; amends language relating to issuance of de facto permits. signed by governor
HB1553 Deer, bear or turkey hunting; Board of Game and Inland Fisheries to establish separate licenses. dead
HB1554 Accreditation of schools; delayed implementation of certain statutes and regulations. signed by governor
HB1555 Minority Business Enterprise, Department of; definition of small business. dead
HB1556 Bear hound training; allows training of dogs to hunt bears to occur at night. in committee
HB1557 Veterans Services, Department of; ratio of department staff to veterans residing in State. signed by governor
HB1558 Overweight farm machinery, etc.; prohibits operation on any Interstate Highway System component. signed by governor
HB1559 Audiologists; those with doctoral degree shall not be required to pass exam to obtain a license. in subcommittee
HB1560 Elections; voting procedures and voter identification requirements. dead
HB1561 Zoning administrator; appeal of decisions. dead
HB1562 Home/electronic incarceration; good conduct credits. dead
HB1563 Good conduct credits; failure to comply with order or decree for support. dead
HB1564 Lien of keeper of garage; storage charges. dead
HB1565 Court records; secure remote access restrictions do not apply to secure access by attorneys, etc. signed by governor
HB1566 House and Senate voting records; publication on legislative electronic information system. dead
HB1567 Alcoholic beverage control; members of certain private smoking lounges exempt from licensure. dead
HB1568 Elections; counting absentee ballots of deceased voters. signed by governor
HB1569 Marital debts; equitable distribution. signed by governor
HB1570 Court fees; increases from $10 to $14 additional fees that are collected. dead
HB1571 Lawyers; client accounts. dead
HB1572 ROTC cadets, certain; cadet attending any higher educational institution shall pay in-state tuition. dead
HB1573 Castle doctrine; encodes version allowing use of deadly force against an intruder in dwelling. in committee
HB1574 Mandatory self-identification; failure to identify oneself to law-enforcement officer. dead
HB1575 Public schools; antibullying measures. dead
HB1576 Bullying; definition, punishment for actions. dead
HB1577 Lien and secured creditors; duties. dead
HB1578 Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory practice on applications that are for affordable housing. dead
HB1579 Sex offender registry; penalties when registrants do not disclose all real property owned in State. dead
HB1580 Firefighters, certain; allowed to purchase service-issued helmets or boots at fair market value. signed by governor
HB1581 Public Procurement Act; establishment of historically underutilized business zones (HUB zones). dead
HB1582 Virginia Transportation Infrastructure Bank; created. incorporated
HB1583 School breakfast & lunch program; Bd. of Education to ensure nutritional content of food is posted. dead
HB1584 Illegal gambling; amends definition. signed by governor
HB1585 Child support; court shall make a determination and enter an order containing such determination. in committee
HB1586 Insurance policies; exemptions of large commercial risks. signed by governor
HB1587 Business license incentive program; Cities of Va. Beach & Chesapeake may establish for businesses. signed by governor
HB1588 Real property tax assessments; appeals. signed by governor
HB1589 DUI ignition interlock; limitations on driver convicted of DUI. dead
HB1590 Jurisdictional limits of courts; increases maximum civil limit of general district courts. signed by governor
HB1591 DUI breath test certificates; notice is to be provided to clerk of court under certain time frame. signed by governor
HB1592 Public procurement; state agencies to put requests for bids, etc., on DGS' website. signed by governor
HB1593 Court-ordered disclosure of electronic communication service records; sealing of order. signed by governor
HB1594 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; adds attorneys for State, etc., as members. dead
HB1595 Public Procurement Act; procurement of professional services by local public bodies. signed by governor
HB1596 Gang-free zones; expanded to include any school bus stop or public buildings, etc. dead
HB1597 Secondhand metal articles; expands requirements imposed on purchasers. dead
HB1598 Solar energy collection devices; no community association shall prohibit installation or use. dead
HB1599 Enterprise zone incentive grants; policies and procedures for allocation. signed by governor
HB1600 Libraries; locality may adopt an ordinance that prohibits firearms, etc., on premises. dead
HB1601 Aggravated involuntary manslaughter; punishment when committed by unlicensed driver. dead
HB1602 Virginia War of 1812 Heritage Trail; established. signed by governor
HB1603 License plates, special; issuance to those marking bicentennial of American War of 1812. signed by governor
HB1604 Income tax, corporate; market-based sourcing. dead
HB1605 Patient records; falsifying records with intent to defraud is guilty of Class 1 misdemeanor. signed by governor
HB1606 Incapacitated adults; abuse and neglect. dead
HB1607 Crimes against adults 60 years of age or older; increases criminal penalties. dead
HB1608 TANF; establishes Fund, State to support agencies, etc., seeking to assist low-income Virginians. signed by governor
HB1609 Public Procurement Act; definition of public body. signed by governor
HB1610 Defective Chinese drywall; disclosure of information, real estate tax exemption. signed by governor
HB1611 Landlord and tenant laws; service of process may be accomplished by a sheriff, etc. enacted
HB1612 Patriots Crossing project; requires VDOT to accept for review unsolicited proposal for construction. signed by governor
HB1613 Prisoner programs, local; allows workforces to assist with maintaining certain cemeteries. enacted
HB1614 Prepaid cards; disclosure requirements. dead
HB1615 Cemeteries and graves of historic significance; expands an existing program to include. dead
HB1616 Assault and battery against family or household member; penalty. dead
HB1617 Virginia School for the Deaf, Blind and Multi-Disabled; Governor to convey certain property. dead
HB1618 Mopeds; any city by ordinance may prohibit operation on certain highways. dead
HB1619 Virginia College Savings Plan; clarifies roles of two advisory committees to Board, annual report. signed by governor
HB1620 Virginia National Defense Industrial Authority; increases membership. dead
HB1621 Open-space land; expands definition. signed by governor
HB1622 Reckless operation of watercraft; includes paddleboards and other self-propelled watercraft. dead
HB1623 Wetlands; requirement of individual or general Virginia Water Protection Permit. dead
HB1624 Environmental Quality, Department of; powers of Executive Director. in committee
HB1625 Fumigation facilities; exempted from various state and federal regulations. signed by governor
HB1626 Onsite sewage systems; voluntary upgrades. signed by governor
HB1627 Common Interest Community Board; annual payment by common interest communities. dead
HB1628 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act; makes procedural changes. dead
HB1629 Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; parking violations on their properties, civil penalty. enacted
HB1630 Cell phones or other wireless telecommunications devices; prohibited use while driving, exception. dead
HB1631 Highway maintenance; payments to cities and towns. dead
HB1632 TANF; eligibility of assistance when convicted of drug-related felonies. dead
HB1633 Financial exploitation of elderly or vulnerable adults; penalty. dead
HB1634 Transient occupancy tax; adds Washington County to those localities authorized to impose. incorporated
HB1635 Virginia ports; requires approval of both Governor & General Assembly before change in ownership. dead
HB1636 Intangible personal property tax; classification of certain machinery and tools. dead
HB1637 Open container of alcohol; passenger in motor vehicle shall not possess, civil penalty. dead
HB1638 Commercial and industrial sales and use tax; extends sunset date for certain machinery, etc. dead
HB1639 Virginia Nanotechnology Authority; created, report. incorporated
HB1640 Offers of judgment; costs. dead
HB1641 Uniform Child Abduction Prevention Act; established. dead
HB1642 Dental school faculty; licensure. stricken
HB1643 Certificate of public need; Commissioner of Health to issue for certain nursing home beds. signed by governor
HB1644 Public schools; physical education requirement, exception. stricken
HB1645 Real property tax; exemption for disabled veterans. enacted
HB1646 Referendum elections; voter petition requirements. signed by governor
HB1647 Higher educational institutions; military reinstatement guidelines. signed by governor
HB1648 Rail Enhancement Fund; allocation and use of funds. signed by governor
HB1649 Virginia Water Protection Permit; fee exemption for U.S. Navy dredging projects. signed by governor
HB1650 Magistrates; power to issue felony arrest warrants. signed by governor
HB1651 Driver's licenses, permits, and special identification cards; issuance only to U.S. citizens. signed by governor
HB1652 Personal property tax; valuation of certain motor vehicles. dead
HB1653 Motor fuels tax; imposes additional tax in certain transportation districts, referendum. dead
HB1654 Motor fuels tax rate; adjusted by motor fuel price index. dead
HB1655 Retirement System; early retirement for certain employees. dead
HB1656 Menhaden fishing; prohibited in waters adjacent to certain localities. dead
HB1657 Retirement System; calculation of pension fund liabilities & assumed rate of return on investments. dead
HB1658 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; public entities shall provide notice of receipt, etc. signed by governor
HB1659 Funeral services; prerequisites for cremation. signed by governor
HB1660 Special elections; filling vacancies in certain local offices. signed by governor
HB1661 Disposition of dead bodies; payment of expenses. signed by governor
HB1662 Prisoners; mandatory testing for human immunodeficiency virus. incorporated
HB1663 Mental health services; conditions for licensure of providers. dead
HB1664 Products liability; when cause of action accrues. dead
HB1665 Mortgage foreclosures; notices and reinstatement right. dead
HB1666 Veterans Services, Department of; duties of Commissioner, establishment of advisory committees. signed by governor
HB1667 Presidential primary; moves date to first Tuesday in March. incorporated
HB1668 Community revitalization fund; City of Richmond to establish fund for preventing deterioration. enacted
HB1669 Firearms; criminal records check be performed at a gunshow before vendor may transfer. dead
HB1670 Notaries; conflicts of interests. signed by governor
HB1671 Public procurement; includes person with disability-owned businesses in provisions. dead
HB1672 Real property tax; adds James City County to those permitted to enact provisions regarding zoning. signed by governor
HB1673 Prostitution; establishment of enhanced enforcement areas to deter. dead
HB1674 Common interest communities; definitions, fees for disclosure packets. signed by governor
HB1675 Emergency medical services; requirements for submission of applications for variances & exemptions. signed by governor
HB1676 Sales tax registration; allows dealers to register with local commissioner of revenue. incorporated
HB1677 Parking in spaces reserved for persons with disabilities; increases maximum fine. dead
HB1678 Correctional officers; overtime compensation. dead
HB1679 Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth & Families, State Executive Council for; powers and duties. signed by governor
HB1680 Charter schools, public; modifies definition to include virtual school programs. dead
HB1681 State agencies; those submitting budget request to utilize zero-based budgeting methodology. dead
HB1682 Subordinate mortgage; increases maximum amount upon refinancing of primary mortgage. signed by governor
HB1683 Motor vehicles; passing of bicycles, etc. dead
HB1684 Voter registration; identification requirements for first-time voters who register by mail. dead
HB1685 Agricultural net energy metering; creates a category of eligible customer-generators. dead
HB1686 Distributed solar generation demonstration programs; SCC to consider approval of facilities. enacted
HB1687 State property; leases to private entities by higher educational institutions. dead
HB1688 Prisoners; mandatory testing for human immunodeficiency virus. signed by governor
HB1689 Pound net licenses; prohibits Marine Resources Commission from issuing in waters of Chesapeake Bay. dead
HB1690 Battery; if person commits against emergency health care providers, penalty. signed by governor
HB1691 Veterans and military servicemembers; specialty treatment procedures. enacted
HB1692 Speed limits; City of Va. Beach may, by ordinance, change on any highway in its jurisdiction. signed by governor
HB1693 Eminent domain; changes maximum limit on waiver of appraisals. signed by governor
HB1694 Driver's license; suspension for failure to pay child support. enacted
HB1695 Unexecuted warrants; State attorney may move court for dismissal if issued by magistrate, exception. signed by governor
HB1696 Motor vehicle dealers and manufacturers; places limitations and conditions on relationship. enacted
HB1697 Medical care facility; exempts facility of Department of Veterans Services. signed by governor
HB1698 Sexually violent predators; procedure for rescission of respondent's refusal to take examination. signed by governor
HB1699 Restoration of firearms rights; any person may petition court to restore his right, etc. enacted
HB1700 Illegal gambling; amends definition. incorporated
HB1701 Retail Sales & Use Tax; exempts gold or silver bullion coins, bars, and ingots. dead
HB1702 Elections; member of local office, elected school board, etc., to take oath before first meeting. signed by governor
HB1703 Alcoholic beverage control; mandated recycling at government stores. dead
HB1704 Retail Sales & Use Tax; exemption for spaceport activities. incorporated
HB1705 Workers' compensation; modifications to employee's home and automobile. signed by governor
HB1706 Judicial records; admissibility into evidence. passed senate
HB1707 Criminal history record information; Department of Rehabilitative Services to obtain for employment. signed by governor
HB1708 Pittsylvania County school board; staggered terms. enacted
HB1709 Pawnbrokers and precious metals dealers; records required to be maintained. incorporated
HB1710 Public schools; physical fitness requirement. incorporated
HB1711 Transient occupancy tax; adds Brunswick County to those localities authorized to impose. incorporated
HB1712 Fishing; if person is in interjurisdictional inland waters he is subject to laws of jurisdiction. signed by governor
HB1713 Presumption against admission to bail; adds to list of crimes committed. signed by governor
HB1714 Identity Theft Passport; provisions for issuance. signed by governor
HB1715 Conservation easements; removes requirement that person recording easement mail certified copy. signed by governor
HB1716 Protective orders; court may include in provisions prohibiting harm to companion animal, etc. incorporated
HB1717 Insurance fraud; clarifies definition of insurer includes self-insured private & public employers. signed by governor
HB1718 Uniform Commercial Code; negotiable instruments and bank deposits and collections. dead
HB1719 Vital records; certified copies for veterans or his survivor, free of charge. signed by governor
HB1720 Autism spectrum disorder; training of teachers and aides. dead
HB1721 Urban development areas; makes incorporation of areas optional rather than mandatory. in committee
HB1722 Freedom of Information Act; designation of records, penalties for certain violations. dead
HB1723 Virginia Marine Resources Commission; permits for encroachment on subaqueous beds. signed by governor
HB1724 Crab dredging season; Virginia Marine Resources Commission to adjust opening or closing dates. in committee
HB1725 Virginia Farmland Preservation Fund; created. signed by governor
HB1726 Bridge vertical clearance; responsibility of signage. signed by governor
HB1727 Virginia Fair Employment Act; certain public contractors, etc., to enroll in E-Verify Program. dead
HB1728 Vehicle window tinting films; not to be applied to certain windows reducing light to less than 35%. in committee
HB1729 Criminal background checks; DBHDS to use for employment of certain persons. signed by governor
HB1730 State Corporation Commission; moratorium on filing fees for business entities. dead
HB1731 Firearms, etc.; those manufactured and retained in State exempted from federal regulation. dead
HB1732 Concealed handgun permits; recognition of out-of-state permits. dead
HB1733 Commercial vehicles; person required to register with Sex Offender & Crimes Against Minors Registry. incorporated
HB1734 Professional Soil Scientists and Wetland Professionals, Board for; licensed soil scientists. enacted
HB1735 Blue Star Memorial Highway; designates entire length of Route 3 in Lancaster County. signed by governor
HB1736 Investor-owned electric utilities; rate of return. dead
HB1737 Stormwater management systems; local regulation. signed by governor
HB1738 Reporting of water withdrawals; State Water Control Board to impose a civil penalty. vetoed by governor
HB1739 Municipal separate storm sewer facilities; right of entry of operators to certain properties. signed by governor
HB1740 Special safety corridors; county or city to designate for vehicles transporting explosives, etc. dead
HB1741 Common interest communities; charges for access to association books and records. signed by governor
HB1742 Charter; City of Fairfax. signed by governor
HB1743 Nottoway River; extends portion that is designated as a component of Virginia Scenic Rivers System. signed by governor
HB1744 Redesignation of joint enterprise zones; Department of Housing & Community Development to expand. incorporated
HB1745 Retirement System; purchase of additional prior service credit by school division superintendents. dead
HB1746 Biennial county supervisor elections; staggered terms. signed by governor
HB1747 Child pornography; possession by law-enforcement agency. signed by governor
HB1748 Public schools; antibullying measures. dead
HB1749 Redistricting process; new method for preparation of state legislative and redistricting plans. dead
HB1750 Cigarettes; increases tax rate. dead
HB1751 Lawn fertilizers; prohibits use and application of those that contain phosphorus. incorporated
HB1752 Virginia Respite Care Registry and Fund; established. incorporated
HB1753 Income tax, state; livable home tax credit. incorporated
HB1754 HOV lanes; use by vehicle with clean special fuel license plates. incorporated
HB1755 Human Rights Act; adds sexual orientation, etc., to safeguards for all individuals in State. dead
HB1756 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for sales of nongraded U.S. gold or silver bullion coins. incorporated
HB1757 Victims of domestic violence; expands Address Confidentiality Program to all jurisdictions in State. signed by governor
HB1758 Local roads; cities and towns responsible for construction programs. signed by governor
HB1759 Agriculture and Consumer Services, Board of; presidents of VPISU & VSU may appoint designees, etc. signed by governor
HB1760 Stormwater management fees; localities shall provide waivers to federal, state, etc., agencies. incorporated
HB1761 Human Resource Management, Department of; TRICARE supplemental health coverage to military retirees. signed by governor
HB1762 Schedule I; adds 5-methoxy-N,N-dimethyltryptamine to list. dead
HB1763 Charter; Town of Rich Creek. enacted
HB1764 Mopeds; riders and passengers required to wear helmets. dead
HB1765 Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; makes several changes regarding obligations imposed on landlord. dead
HB1766 Meth lab; penalty if present in same place as child, mentally incapacitated person, etc. dead
HB1767 Foster care; placement of child through an agreement between parents and local board. signed by governor
HB1768 Mold remediation; tenant shall be responsible for payment of rent, etc. enacted
HB1769 Annexations; amends law to allow townships to use traditional process to seek to expand boundaries. signed by governor
HB1770 Charter; City of Alleghany Highlands. signed by governor
HB1771 Law-enforcement deputies; allocation to city sheriff in certain cities without a police force. signed by governor
HB1772 Water and sewer charges; charges imposed by Town of Clifton Forge shall be lien on real estate. signed by governor
HB1773 Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security, Secretary of; establishes position. enacted
HB1774 State of emergency; preparation for response. signed by governor
HB1775 Students; school boards report to Board of Education number enrolled in English as second language. dead
HB1776 Police and court records; expungement. signed by governor
HB1777 Fake birth certificate; one who manufactures, etc., for false identity is guilty of misdemeanor. signed by governor
HB1778 Marijuana, synthetic; penalties for possession, intent to sell, distribute, etc. incorporated
HB1779 Protective orders, preliminary; prohibition on purchase & transport of firearms for certain persons. signed by governor
HB1780 Communications intercepts; broadens court jurisdiction of order sought by Attorney General. signed by governor
HB1781 Street gang; punishment for predicate act. dead
HB1782 Speed limit; shall be 35 mph on nonsurface treated highways for certain counties, where unposted. signed by governor
HB1783 Juvenile Justice, Department of; confidentiality of records. signed by governor
HB1784 Defined contribution retirement plan, local; locality to establish in lieu of other retirement plan. dead
HB1785 Local treasurer; authorized to be compensated when collecting fines, costs, etc. in subcommittee
HB1786 School boards; funds appropriated by locality shall be reappropriated to board. dead
HB1787 Child custody, shared; establishes a presumption that award thereof is in best interests of child. dead
HB1788 Charitable gaming; winner-take-all games. dead
HB1789 Norfolk/Virginia Beach light rail project; clarifies extension of system. signed by governor
HB1790 Discharge from a training center; consent of legal authorized responsible person required. signed by governor
HB1791 Driver's license reinstatement fees; additional fees for persons with multiple suspensions, etc. signed by governor
HB1792 Standards of Quality; flexibility to use funds for staffing related to math, reading, etc. signed by governor
HB1793 Diploma seals; allows local school boards to award. signed by governor
HB1794 Retirement System; collection of overpayments. signed by governor
HB1795 Retirement System; difference in benefits for employee who becomes member on or after July 1, 2010. signed by governor
HB1796 Retirement System; technical changes. signed by governor
HB1797 Long-term care insurance; State employees in Sickness and Disability Program are to benefit. signed by governor
HB1798 Motor vehicle rental tax; shall be determined by Tax Commissioner, exemptions. signed by governor
HB1799 License plates, special; issuance to certain business entities with fleets of vehicles. signed by governor
HB1800 Tobacco Indemnification & Community Revitalization Commission; establish position of Inspector Gen. incorporated
HB1801 Transportation Board; changes composition. dead
HB1802 Personal property tax; classification of certain fuel-efficient motor vehicles. dead
HB1803 Contractors, Board for; provides for certification of home energy auditors. dead
HB1804 House of Delegates; digital recordings of meetings of standing committees and subcommittees. dead
HB1805 Tax administration; awards for detection of tax underpayments. dead
HB1806 Award of credit; Board of Education to provide an elective credit for applied music study of piano. dead
HB1807 Child custody, etc.; single petition may be filed in juvenile & domestic relations district court. dead
HB1808 Arrearages; payments collected by DSS shall be applied first to interest associated with arrearage. dead
HB1809 Attorneys for State and their assistants; duties. signed by governor
HB1810 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount of money or value of goods. dead
HB1811 Child care services; DSS to identify strategies to increase reimbursement rates. dead
HB1812 Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumption for certain police officers. signed by governor
HB1813 Handguns; prohibits possession of firearm in Capitol and General Assembly Building. dead
HB1814 Virginia Indoor Clean Air Act; smoking in public buildings prohibited, penalty. dead
HB1815 Cigarette and other tobacco products; increases tax rate. dead
HB1816 License plates, special; issuance to those bearing legend; A LIFE LIKE YOURS, etc. dead
HB1817 Green Public Buildings Act; definitions, building standards. dead
HB1818 Nursing homes; required by Board of Health to send notices and information about family council. signed by governor
HB1819 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; registration of athlete agents, penalty. vetoed by governor
HB1820 Land preservation tax credit; limits maximum amount that any taxpayer may receive. signed by governor
HB1821 License plates, special; issuance to veterans who are members of American Legion. dead
HB1822 Local Defense Production Zone; created and creates a separate classification of machinery and tools. signed by governor
HB1823 Sexual offenses; prohibits convicted adult from residing in proximity to children, penalty. dead
HB1824 Commonwealth, Secretary of the; authentication of certain documents executed or issued in State. dead
HB1825 Commissioner of Highways; changes title from Transportation Commissioner, report. signed by governor
HB1826 Virginia Housing Development Authority; loan servicing agreements. signed by governor
HB1827 Overweight permits; issuance for operation of certain vehicles used for hauling farm animal feed. dead
HB1828 Virginia Pollution Abatement Permit; inspection requirements. signed by governor
HB1829 Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board; increases voting membership. signed by governor
HB1830 Resource management plans; effect of implementation, exclusions. enacted
HB1831 Fertilizer; regulation of application and labeling. signed by governor
HB1832 Virginia Racing Commission; authorized restricted wagering facilities, penalty. signed by governor
HB1833 Alcoholic beverage control; annual fee for brewery licenses. signed by governor
HB1834 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; permissible fireworks. in committee
HB1835 Service of notices from DMV; fee for renewal of driver's license, exchange of license plates. signed by governor
HB1836 Infants; blood sample provided to parents. signed by governor
HB1837 Income tax, state; farm wineries and vineyards tax credit. signed by governor
HB1838 Motor vehicle dealers; bonding requirements, limitations on Motor Vehicle Transaction Recovery Fund. signed by governor
HB1839 Rehabilitative Services, Department of; powers and duties. signed by governor
HB1840 Income tax, state; increases long-term care insurance tax credit. signed by governor
HB1841 Obstetrical and pediatric pilot programs; annual report. signed by governor
HB1842 Boards, commissions, and councils; makes policy improvements and clarifications. signed by governor
HB1843 Presidential primary; moves date to first Tuesday in March. signed by governor
HB1844 Zoning determination; providing notice to landowners when their real property is subject thereof. signed by governor
HB1845 Appeal bond; requirement if defendant's liability insurance doesn't confirm coverage. signed by governor
HB1846 Neighborhood Assistance Program; definition of professional services to include mediators. dead
HB1847 Health workforce activities; repeals requirement for Commissioner of Health to submit annual report. signed by governor
HB1848 Tuition, in-state; eligibility for spouse of an active duty military service member. enacted
HB1849 Criminal street gangs; clarification of definition. dead
HB1850 Motorcycles; prohibits children under age eight from riding. dead
HB1851 Real property tax; classification of certain historical buildings. signed by governor
HB1852 State military laws; several technical changes and amendments. signed by governor
HB1853 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Funding Pool; established. dead
HB1854 Local mandates; mandate shall include fiscal impact statement and identify funding source. dead
HB1855 Harvell Dam; DGIF shall submit a report evaluating alternatives to proposed breach thereof. signed by governor
HB1856 Concealed handgun permits; holder may obtain replacement for lost or destroyed permits. signed by governor
HB1857 Firearms; documentation of residence for certain military members. signed by governor
HB1858 Elections; voter registration for certain overseas voters, absentee voting by certain overseas. signed by governor
HB1859 Public Procurement Act; state agencies to include in contract that contractor use E-Verify program. signed by governor
HB1860 Freedom of Information Act; proceedings for enforcement. enacted
HB1861 Tuition, in-state; eligibility for veterans who elect to establish Virginia as residence. signed by governor
HB1862 Spouse of member of armed forces; provides extension of expiration of certain licenses, etc. signed by governor
HB1863 Illegal gambling; amends definition. incorporated
HB1864 Urban development areas; developable acreage is redefined to exclude certain lands. dead
HB1865 Transportation districts; membership by portions of counties, etc., collection of motor fuels taxes. passed committee
HB1866 Real estate tax relief; local government may cap taxes of elderly and disabled. incorporated
HB1867 Gang-free zones; expanded to include any school bus stop or public buildings, etc. dead
HB1868 Adult adopted person; access to identifying information. enacted
HB1869 General Assembly; reports to accompany general appropriation bills. dead
HB1870 VEDPA; reports by businesses receiving development subsidies. dead
HB1871 Length of school term; minimum number of required days or hours. dead
HB1872 Public infrastructure maintenance bonds; City of Charlottesville may require from developers, etc. signed by governor
HB1873 Converted vehicles; definition, certain vehicles need not be examined by DMV. dead
HB1874 State's tax code; advances conformity with federal law. enacted
HB1875 Income tax, state; extends sunset date for rent reduction tax credit. dead
HB1876 Protective orders; expands class of persons who may be issued order from victims of stalking, etc. incorporated
HB1877 Immunity of officers, etc., of nonprofit organizations; termination, etc., of corporation. signed by governor
HB1878 Marijuana, synthetic; penalties for possession, intent to sell, distribute, etc. incorporated
HB1879 School zones; designation of zones in unincorporated planned residential communities. dead
HB1880 Disabled individuals; taxation of trusts established therefor. dead
HB1881 Composite index of local ability to pay; cap. dead
HB1882 Public Procurement Act; use of best value contracting by localities. dead
HB1883 Crimes against incapacitated or elder adults; penalty. dead
HB1884 Highway maintenance funds; requires CTB to allocate funds on basis of achieving level of disparity. incorporated
HB1885 Public schools; unfunded programs. signed by governor
HB1886 Crabbing area; clarifies boundaries where taking or catching of crabs is prohibited. signed by governor
HB1887 VHDA Act; terms and conditions of purchases from and sales to lenders of mortgage loans. signed by governor
HB1888 Water and sewer charges; liens imposed by localities. dead
HB1889 Tracking dogs; may be used to find wounded or dead bear or deer. signed by governor
HB1890 Judicial retirement; mandatory retirement. dead
HB1891 Governor's warrant; changes requirement that warrant of arrest be received within four days. signed by governor
HB1892 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority Sales & Use Tax Fund; established, etc. dead
HB1893 Abduction; penalty when person recruits, etc., child under 16 years of age for prostitution. incorporated
HB1894 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; foreclosure on lien for unpaid assessments. incorporated
HB1895 Illegal immigrants; document verification for employment, penalty for false representation. dead
HB1896 School health services; school board to employ nurses to have ratio of one nurse per 1,000 students. dead
HB1897 Probationer; required to pay support to those legally responsible. dead
HB1898 Abduction of minors; for sexual purposes, penalty. enacted
HB1899 Real property tax assessment; partial exemption for certain improvements. signed by governor
HB1900 Compton Road; designating as Virginia byway in Fairfax County. signed by governor
HB1901 Alcoholic beverage control; prohibited sale of prepackaged alcoholic beverages containing caffeine. dead
HB1902 Public Procurement Act; alternative dispute resolution. dead
HB1903 Temporary transport license plates; use of print-on-demand program for delivery to dealers, etc. enacted
HB1904 License plates; issuance to persons delivering unladen vehicles. signed by governor
HB1905 Child day programs; exemption from licensure requirements. signed by governor
HB1906 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts gold, silver, and platinum bullion. dead
HB1907 Real Estate Board; requirements for licensure and practice of real estate. signed by governor
HB1908 Recordation and grantor taxes; changes basis on which taxes are calculated on property conveyance. dead
HB1909 Search warrants; allows court to temporarily seal. signed by governor
HB1910 Cambridge Advanced Exams; course credit. signed by governor
HB1911 School buses; installation of video-monitoring systems thereon by school divisions. enacted
HB1912 Commonwealth Energy Policy; SCC to consider effect of proposed facility on economic development. signed by governor
HB1913 Menhaden fishing; prohibits from taking with purse nets in Rappahannock River & its tributaries. dead
HB1914 E-Verify program; requires Virginia Employment Commission to use. dead
HB1915 Local grievance procedure; circuit court shall make determination as to whether relief granted. dead
HB1916 Virginia's Heritage Music Trail: The Crooked Road; adds portion of U.S. Route 58. dead
HB1917 Health professionals; assisted living facility administrator report those with mental health issues. signed by governor
HB1918 Uniform Statewide Building Code; limitation on prosecutions for violation. incorporated
HB1919 Virginia Defective Drywall Correction and Restoration Assistance Fund; SCC to collect from insurer. dead
HB1920 Recording assignment of deed of trust; prerequisite to sale. dead
HB1921 Sale by trustee; recordation of assignments. dead
HB1922 Criminal records; clerk of court ensure nonconfidential records contain last two digits of social. passed subcommittee
HB1923 Criminal history records; supplied at no charge for volunteers with Boy Scouts of America, etc. dead
HB1924 Vehicles damaged by water; increases threshold for reporting water damage, etc. incorporated
HB1925 Garnishment; clarifies person's earnings that may be subject thereto including deposits into bank. passed subcommittee
HB1926 Salem Highway Construction District Transportation Revenue Fund; established. dead
HB1927 Inspection reports; required to display a copy if licensed by State Board of Health. dead
HB1928 Health insurance; independent external reviews. enacted
HB1929 Public Procurement Act; price matching by State's businesses. signed by governor
HB1930 Animal abuser registry; established. dead
HB1931 Zoning; cluster development subject to land use ordinance of locality. signed by governor
HB1932 Domestic abuser registry; established. dead
HB1933 Smoking; prohibited on any public playground, penalty. dead
HB1934 Immigration laws; State Police to enter into agreement with U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement. dead
HB1935 Legal notices; locality to meet notice requirements by utilizing their websites, radio, etc. dead
HB1936 Family abuse protective orders; upon conviction of assault & battery, court may enter for a period. dead
HB1937 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage licenses for event management companies. dead
HB1938 Budget process; changes State's budget from biennial budget to budget covering single fiscal year. dead
HB1939 Administrative Process Act; timing for filing certain regulations. signed by governor
HB1940 Restaurant regulations; exemption for certain nonprofit fund-raisers. signed by governor
HB1941 Retail Sales & Use Tax; changes distribution formula for communications sales tax in Lancaster Co. signed by governor
HB1942 Retail Sales & Use Tax; exempts certain agricultural produce when sold in farmers markets. signed by governor
HB1943 No discharge zones; criteria shall be premised on improvement of impaired tidal creeks. signed by governor
HB1944 Public oyster ground; increases amount of time MRC is required to post public notice before closing. signed by governor
HB1945 Motor carriers; regulation by DMV. signed by governor
HB1946 Commercial vehicles; prohibits driving on left-most lanes of certain interstate highways. dead
HB1947 Right to enter on land; removes requirement for notice of intent be sent by certified mail. signed by governor
HB1948 Virginia Fusion Intelligence Center; changes requirement that data be reviewed every three years. signed by governor
HB1949 Virginia Small Business Financing Authority; definition of eligible business. dead
HB1950 Livable home tax credit; increases maximum amount, real estate developers eligible to receive. signed by governor
HB1951 Public Procurement Act; raises minimum contract amount required for bid, performance, etc. enacted
HB1952 Circuit courts; City of Virginia Beach to assume salaries and expenses of clerk's office. dead
HB1953 Virginia Fusion Intelligence Center; receive & integrate criminal-related intelligence information. dead
HB1954 Obscenity; modifies educational, artistic, and theatrical exemption to laws. in subcommittee
HB1955 NCMEC; law enforcement to forward digital images of child pornography to Center. dead
HB1956 Trespassing vehicles; regulation of removal by localities. in committee
HB1957 Transportation Board; powers and duties. signed by governor
HB1958 Health insurance; federal market reforms. signed by governor
HB1959 Administrative impoundment of vehicle; adds driving on suspended offenses to list of instances. dead
HB1960 Tuition Assistance Grant Program; amends criteria to be eligible to receive tuition assistance. signed by governor
HB1961 Pharmacy, Board of; recusal requirement. dead
HB1962 Toll violations; sets out procedures for issuance of notices. signed by governor
HB1963 Resident curator programs; locality may develop for managing, etc., historic areas owned or leased. signed by governor
HB1964 Public employment; prohibits discrimination based on race, color, etc. dead
HB1965 Local capital improvement programs; adds life cycle costs to facilities estimates. signed by governor
HB1966 Pharmacists; allows anyone to report to Board of Pharmacy those who may have substance abuse issue. dead
HB1967 Attorney fees; collection of unpaid fines, etc. passed committee
HB1968 Physician assistants; signature to be included when law requires signature, etc., of a physician. signed by governor
HB1969 Sewage disposal systems; locality to use licensed contractor to issue civil summonses. dead
HB1970 Move over law; driver to slow down when approaching stationary emergency vehicle. dead
HB1971 Acquisition of title to an abandoned vessel; changes notification procedures. signed by governor
HB1972 Golf carts and utility vehicles; authorizes limited over-the-road operation by DCR employees. signed by governor
HB1973 Court clerks' office; may transmit copies of orders for transfer of prisoners, etc. signed by governor
HB1974 Professional & Occupational Regulation, Department of; prerequisites for obtaining business license. signed by governor
HB1975 Alcoholic beverage control; no banquet licenses required for private meetings or parties. signed by governor
HB1976 Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children, Council on; membership. signed by governor
HB1977 Problem Gambling Treatment Fund; established. dead
HB1978 Substitute judges; allows an assistant attorney for State to be appointed. dead
HB1979 ABC; exemption from payment of tax on wine and alcoholic beverages shipped out of state. signed by governor
HB1980 Juveniles; transfer to circuit court for criminal trial. dead
HB1981 Traffic lights; motorcycle drivers, etc., in certain situations, to proceed through intersections. signed by governor
HB1982 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; criteria for grants or loans from Fund. signed by governor
HB1983 Net energy metering program; SCC shall approve a supplier's proposed standby charge methodology. signed by governor
HB1984 Child welfare; placement of children. signed by governor
HB1985 Underinsured motorist; insurance coverage. signed by governor
HB1986 Charter; Town of Weber City. signed by governor
HB1987 Methamphetamines; possession of certain substances with intent to manufacture, penalty. dead
HB1988 Property conveyances; broadens statutory for ownership of space opened underground by coal removal. in committee
HB1989 General Assembly members; leaves of absence from employment. dead
HB1990 Judicial circuits and districts; establishes new boundaries & reallocates number of judges serving. dead
HB1991 Traffic lights; motorcycle drivers, etc., in certain situations, to proceed through intersections. incorporated
HB1992 Banks; capital stock. signed by governor
HB1993 Reckless driving offenses; person who recklessly violates a traffic light. in subcommittee
HB1994 National Guard; failure to report for duty, penalty. signed by governor
HB1995 Child pornography; restitution for victims. signed by governor
HB1996 Child endangerment; willful act or omission, etc., to provide necessary care for child's health. dead
HB1997 Accused released on recognizance; report to Central Criminal Records Exchange. dead
HB1998 Northern Virginia Transportation District; long-range transportation planning. dead
HB1999 Northern Virginia Transportation District; revises criteria for allocation of revenues. passed committee
HB2000 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority board of directors; appointments. passed committee
HB2001 Quiet pavement technology; requires VDOT to expedite development. enacted
HB2002 Tuition, out-of-state; boards of visitors to set charges based on competitive market rates. dead
HB2003 Real property; DGS to inventory all property owned and update at least annually. signed by governor
HB2004 Bonds; public notice issued prior to public hearing shall state use of proceeds. signed by governor
HB2005 Firearms shows; promoter shall display materials developed by State Police at entrance. dead
HB2006 Small businesses; clarifies process review of existing regulations. signed by governor
HB2007 Intergovernmental Cooperation, Virginia Commission on; powers and duties. in subcommittee
HB2008 School calendar; school divisions to set so first day is no earlier than fourth Monday in August. dead
HB2009 Open enrollment policy; any pupil residing in school division may attend school of choice. dead
HB2010 Southwest Virginia Cultural Heritage Foundation; created. signed by governor
HB2011 Motor Vehicle Dealer Board; motor vehicle dealers to have Internet connections, etc. enacted
HB2012 Law-enforcement employment; disclosure of juvenile records. signed by governor
HB2013 Community services boards; Commissioner to establish workgroup to develop a drug formulary for use. signed by governor
HB2014 Students; Disability Commission to study continued access to assistive technology devices. dead
HB2015 Charter; Town of Bluefield. signed by governor
HB2016 Northern VA Transportation Authority, Northern VA Transportation Commission, etc.; consolidation. dead
HB2017 Death certificates; organ procurement organizations to determine suitability of organs for donation. signed by governor
HB2018 Cemetery Board; establish requirements for resale of interment rights in cemetery, exemptions. enacted
HB2019 Town and county treasurers; reciprocal agreements. signed by governor
HB2020 Freedom of Information Act; definition of public records. signed by governor
HB2021 Allocation of revenue-sharing funds; removes priority structure to localities. incorporated
HB2022 Overweight vehicles; Commissioner of DMV to develop comprehensive, tiered schedule for fees, etc. enacted
HB2023 Elections; acquisition of voting equipment by localities on or after July 1, 2011. incorporated
HB2024 Electrical transmission lines; to assist in approval of lines applicant to minimize adverse impact. signed by governor
HB2025 Noise abatement practices; use of noise reducing design and pavement materials for highway projects. signed by governor
HB2026 Commercial vehicles; person required to register with Sex Offender & Crimes Against Minors Registry. signed by governor
HB2027 Underground transmission lines; extends scheduled expiration date of pilot program. signed by governor
HB2028 Motor vehicle registration; federal and state safety requirements. signed by governor
HB2029 Vehicle emissions inspection program; provides for an on-road clean screen program, etc. dead
HB2030 Strategic Manufacturing and Job Repatriation Act; created, report. dead
HB2031 Charter; Town of Purcellville. signed by governor
HB2032 Electronic tracking devices; prohibits person from placing in or on vehicle, penalty. in subcommittee
HB2033 Prepayment of fines; circuit court may enter order for paying those under traffic infraction. signed by governor
HB2034 Attorney General; investigation of complaints. signed by governor
HB2035 Medicaid fraud; restitution. signed by governor
HB2036 Commitment on parole supervision; court services unit to consult with local social services. signed by governor
HB2037 Social work; unlawful for person not licensed by Board of Social Work to use title social worker. enacted
HB2038 Cigarette tax; Tax Commissioner shall convene a working group to review current policies, report. signed by governor
HB2039 Construction management; limits use of at-risk method for building construction projects. dead
HB2040 Inmate labor; authorizes use thereof at rest areas along Interstate Highway System. signed by governor
HB2041 Freedom of Information Act; record and meeting exemption for certain commissions. signed by governor
HB2042 Veterans Services Foundation; annual report to Secretary of Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security. enacted
HB2043 Reckless driving; failing to stop at a school bus. signed by governor
HB2044 Statewide uniform grading policy; requires Board of Education to establish. dead
HB2045 Blighted property; expands definition to include any residential structure. dead
HB2046 Public employment; nondiscrimination. dead
HB2047 Virginia Waterways Clean Up and Consumer Choice Act; paper and plastic bag fee. dead
HB2048 Packaged ice; person who establishes ice plant or offers to sell ice needs a license. dead
HB2049 Marijuana, synthetic; penalties for possession, intent to sell, distribute, etc. dead
HB2050 Secondhand metal articles; sales procedures. signed by governor
HB2051 Size and weight compliance agents; citations for overweight vehicles. signed by governor
HB2052 Labor organization representation; right to vote by secret ballot. in committee
HB2053 Higher educational institutions; board of visitors set rules so 75% enrolled be Virginia domiciles. dead
HB2054 License plates, special; issuance to those celebrating Smith Mountain Lake. dead
HB2055 Statutory rules of evidence in civil actions; defines terms official publication and publish. signed by governor
HB2056 Income tax, corporate; tax credit for travel expenses reimbursement. dead
HB2057 Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services; regulation of fertilizer, penalties. signed by governor
HB2058 Water quality reports; consolidates several reports on progress in cleaning State's impaired waters. signed by governor
HB2059 Telecommunications devices; prohibiting use of obscene language including electronic messages. signed by governor
HB2060 Bail; magistrate shall set in accordance with order of court that issued capias. signed by governor
HB2061 Subordinate mortgage; increases maximum amount upon refinancing of primary mortgage. incorporated
HB2062 Concealed weapons; allows Department of Corrections correctional officer to carry without a permit. dead
HB2063 Protective orders; expands class of persons eligible to obtain. signed by governor
HB2064 Assault and battery; penalty when against an employee of prison contractor. dead
HB2065 D N A samples; taken of those convicted of sexual battery when victim is a minor. signed by governor
HB2066 Sex offenders; prohibiting entry onto school grounds or other property, penalty. enacted
HB2067 Criminal proceedings; investigative costs of law-enforcement agency. dead
HB2068 Health Care Decisions Act; medically inappropriate treatment. dead
HB2069 Concealed handguns; person to inform law-enforcement officer of his possession, penalty. dead
HB2070 Uniform Statewide Building Code; regulations of Board of Housing and Community Development. dead
HB2071 Stormwater utility fees; an exemption for certain religious and nonprofit uses. dead
HB2072 Charter; City of Hopewell. enacted
HB2073 Redistricting local districts; local government may exclude from its calculations. in committee
HB2074 Check cashers; copy of customer identification, civil penalty. dead
HB2075 Local governments; private capital lending. signed by governor
HB2076 Inspector General, Office of; established. enacted
HB2077 Mandatory testing; exclusion of certain students. signed by governor
HB2078 Agricultural and Forestal Districts Act; creates program administrator, review of applications. signed by governor
HB2079 Local government; publication of notices for charter changes, referenda, and public hearings, etc. dead
HB2080 Elections; acquisition of voting equipment by localities. signed by governor
HB2081 Death certificates; up to 10 certified copies shall be provided not to exceed fee for one copy. dead
HB2082 School boards; prohibited from charging fees for Advanced Placement testing, etc. dead
HB2083 Prescription requirements; treatment of sexually transmitted disease. dead
HB2084 Rapid re-housing pilot project; Department of Housing and Community Development to establish. dead
HB2085 Guardianship; child custody. signed by governor
HB2086 Virginia Respite Care Registry and Fund; established. dead
HB2087 Workers' compensation; adds methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus to infectious disease list. dead
HB2088 Absentee voting; expands provisions on late in-person voting in business and medical emergencies. dead
HB2089 Emergency protective orders; law-enforcement officer may serve notice. signed by governor
HB2090 Emergency custody orders; increases hours in which orders must be executed after its issuance. signed by governor
HB2091 Uniform Statewide Building Code; air conditioning in certain residential buildings. dead
HB2092 Death sentence; removes some circumstances which circuit courts are required to set execution dates. dead
HB2093 Conflict of Interests Act, State & Local Government; prohibited conduct by constitutional officers. signed by governor
HB2094 Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation; updates powers and duties. signed by governor
HB2095 Retirement System; loss of benefits for certain felony convictions. signed by governor
HB2096 Retirement System; benefits for constitutional officers. signed by governor
HB2097 Architect or professional engineers; required to maintain an error and omissions policy. dead
HB2098 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; conversion of contributions to personal use. dead
HB2099 Real estate settlements; disclosures may be provided electronically and overnight delivery. signed by governor
HB2100 Child care facility; some localities require certification from national criminal background check. signed by governor
HB2101 Landlord enforcement; locality may hold landlords responsible for certain violations of tenants. dead
HB2102 Retirement System; benefits for certain local employees. dead
HB2103 Aboveground storage tanks; Water Control Board to develop performance standards for certain tanks. signed by governor
HB2104 Retirement System; exempts certain employees from higher retirement age. dead
HB2105 Electric vehicle charging service; excludes certain persons from retail sale of electricity. signed by governor
HB2106 Global Positioning System (GPS); tracking for person on bond or as a condition of probation. enacted
HB2107 Low-income residential customers; investor-owned electric utilities to offer reduced rates. dead
HB2108 Humane investigators; allows appointment thereof. dead
HB2109 Income tax, state; credit for diesel power to natural gas power truck conversion. dead
HB2110 Eminent domain; just compensation, restricted access to property. dead
HB2111 Enterprise zone job creation grants; eligibility of business firm. dead
HB2112 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; lowers minimum private investment to qualify for incentive. incorporated
HB2113 State-owned or leased vehicles; Governor to develop plan to eliminate use of foreign motor fuels. dead
HB2114 Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission; membership. dead
HB2115 Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission; performance audit, report. dead
HB2116 The Road to Revolution; adds Leatherwood Plantation in Henry County to this heritage trail. signed by governor
HB2117 Electric utilities; reinstates part of system under which investor-owned were regulated. dead
HB2118 Electric utility regulation; rebundles charges for transmission, etc., into base rates. dead
HB2119 Illegal gambling; amends definitions. incorporated
HB2120 Patriot Crossing; VDOT to review unsolicited proposal to add capacity to Intermodal Connector I-664. incorporated
HB2121 Substitute judges; judge of district court shall live within boundaries which he serves. dead
HB2122 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain computer equipment and enabling software. dead
HB2123 Coal surface mining operations; authority to issue pollutant discharge elimination permits. signed by governor
HB2124 Restaurants; State Board of Health to establish licensure fee based on size & annual gross receipts. dead
HB2125 Electric utilities; SCC to enter its final order in biennial rate review proceedings. signed by governor
HB2126 Wetland mitigation banks; removes references to an outdated map used to identify. signed by governor
HB2127 Income tax, state; deduction for certain volunteer services. dead
HB2128 License plates, special; increases number of prepaid applications DMV must receive to issue. signed by governor
HB2129 Small Business Financing Authority; definition of eligible business. dead
HB2130 Charter; City of Franklin. signed by governor
HB2131 Joint enterprise zone; authorizes DHCD to expand an existing zone consisting of two localities, etc. signed by governor
HB2132 Grass and weeds; adds James City County to list authorized to require cutting on occupied property. signed by governor
HB2133 Land trusts; trustee named in deed is unable to serve, beneficiaries shall name a successor trustee. signed by governor
HB2134 Law-enforcement canines; regulation of rabies. dead
HB2135 Motor vehicles; provides an option for permanent registrations. dead
HB2136 Motor vehicle safety belts; makes nonuse a primary offense. dead
HB2137 Nottoway River; extends portion that is designated as a component of Virginia Scenic Rivers System. incorporated
HB2138 Cigarette tax; authorizes any county to impose. dead
HB2139 Charter; City of Williamsburg. signed by governor
HB2140 UVA; to make full use of additional financial authority granted in management agreement. signed by governor
HB2141 Tax returns; filing by overnight delivery service. signed by governor
HB2142 Bad checks; raises fee locality may charge. signed by governor
HB2143 Notice of seizure; when property is seized for forfeiture, notice is provided to treasurer. signed by governor
HB2144 Retirement System; increases health insurance credits for certain employees. dead
HB2145 Tax documents; specifies those admissible in court. enacted
HB2146 State training centers and hospitals; same requirements for closure shall apply. dead
HB2147 Health benefits exchanges; abortion coverage not permitted. in committee
HB2148 Trademark infringement; court in criminal proceeding to order that material be destroyed, etc. enacted
HB2149 Commonwealth, Secretary of; elimination of need to publish printed certified list of local officers. signed by governor
HB2150 Court fees; fixed misdemeanor and fixed felony fees. signed by governor
HB2151 Income tax, corporate; eliminates State's tax for taxable years beginning January 1, 2011. dead
HB2152 Retirement System; purchase of prior service credit by certain retirees. dead
HB2153 Tuition, in-state; unlawfully present aliens in U.S. shall not be eligible. incorporated
HB2154 Virginia Initiative for Employment Not Welfare (VIEW) Program; eligibility. dead
HB2155 Warrants; authorizes local governments to regularly publish information relating thereto. signed by governor
HB2156 Procurement of services; DGS to require state agency to procure certain services to private sector. dead
HB2157 Foreign adoptions; eliminates requirement for re-adoption in State. signed by governor
HB2158 Bonds; in criminal or juvenile cases shall be payable to county, etc., where recognizance taken. enacted
HB2159 Electric utility service; termination of service of customers with a serious medical condition. signed by governor
HB2160 Implied warranties; allows vendee to give notice of breach to vendor by hand delivery. enacted
HB2161 Eminent domain; condemnor is required to provide an appraisal to owner of condemned property. signed by governor
HB2162 Mennel Milling Company; DGS to convey certain real property located in Roanoke County. signed by governor
HB2163 Abandoned motor vehicle; definition. signed by governor
HB2164 Railroad tracks; funding for construction of industrial access. signed by governor
HB2165 Menhaden fishing; Marine Resource Commission to assess fee for those caught with purse net. dead
HB2166 Summer flounder; MRC to adopt regulations that establish size limits for commercial fishermen. dead
HB2167 Biscuit Run; DCR to negotiate land exchange of certain acres in Albemarle County. signed by governor
HB2168 Uniform Statewide Building Code; harmonizes statute of limitations for criminal prosecutions. signed by governor
HB2169 Continuing education for prescriber; completion of certain coursework for renewal, etc., of license. dead
HB2170 Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; parties' expenses. signed by governor
HB2171 Coeburn, Town of; real and personal property taxes interest and penalties. signed by governor
HB2172 Virginia Index of Performance program; Board of Education to encourage achievement in science, etc. signed by governor
HB2173 Drinking water consumer confidence reports; publication. enacted
HB2174 Nonemergency medical transport; DMAS to issue request for proposal for service in certain districts. dead
HB2175 Health, Department of; dental and oral health programs for children. dead
HB2176 Game & Inland Fisheries, Board of; to introduce new species of game, approval by local government. enacted
HB2177 Private cemeteries; prevents landowner from erecting wall, etc., that prevents ingress and egress. signed by governor
HB2178 Smoking; prohibited in emergency medical services vehicles and other emergency response vehicles. dead
HB2179 Choice health insurance pool; local inclusion of employees of area agencies on aging. signed by governor
HB2180 Drug treatment courts; established in Dickenson, Russell, and Wise Counties. dead
HB2181 Coalbed methane gas; conflicting claims to ownership. dead
HB2182 Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority; created, replaces Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. dead
HB2183 Sales tax registration; allows dealers to register with local commissioner of the revenue. signed by governor
HB2184 Wireless E-911 surcharge; definition. signed by governor
HB2185 Sewage systems; submission of onsite soil evaluations for permits or letters. dead
HB2186 Chesapeake Bay crab meat; containers should include at least 51% by weight, crab taken from Bay. dead
HB2187 Baylor Ground; removes certain area in waters of Crippen Creek from natural oyster beds, etc. dead
HB2188 Common interest communities; payment of resale disclosure packet fees. signed by governor
HB2189 Information Technologies Agency; assist in determining rules for distribution of electronic records. dead
HB2190 Victims of human trafficking; DSS to develop plan for provision of services. signed by governor
HB2191 Voluntary Solar Resource Development Fund; established. enacted
HB2192 Medicaid; coverage for pregnant women and children lawfully admitted non-permanent residents. dead
HB2193 Podiatry; expands definition. signed by governor
HB2194 Motor vehicles; passing of bicycles, etc. dead
HB2195 Cats and dogs; requires veterinarians to keep records of devocalization procedures, penalty. dead
HB2196 Government Transparency Advisory Council; established, searchable database website established. dead
HB2197 Income tax, corporate; telework expenses tax credit. signed by governor
HB2198 Employment of personnel; if executive branch employee is promoted, requires probationary period. signed by governor
HB2199 Journalists; prohibits a body authority to issue a subpoena to testify regarding any information. dead
HB2200 Computers; facilitating certain offenses involving children. dead
HB2201 Payroll Services Bureau; DPB to require participation of executive branch state agencies. signed by governor
HB2202 Child support arrearage; Division of Child Support Enforcement to publish name of delinquent parent. in committee
HB2203 Allocation of revenue-sharing funds; removes priority structure to localities. incorporated
HB2204 School divisions, local; use any unexpended state funds to provide a one-time bonus to all teachers. dead
HB2205 Commonwealth, Secretary of the; acceptance of certain electronic signatures. signed by governor
HB2206 Bulk Sales; repeals Title 8.6A of Code of Virginia which is considered obsolete. signed by governor
HB2207 State employees; removes statutory formulas for calculating sick leave & personal leave. dead
HB2208 Gang activities, etc.; enhanced penalties within 1,000 feet of housing for older persons. dead
HB2209 Virginia Commonwealth University; board of visitors to convey certain property to City of Richmond. signed by governor
HB2210 Repair of derelict buildings; authority of locality to appoint receivers. dead
HB2211 Eluding police; vehicle driven shall be forfeited and sold by sheriff. incorporated
HB2212 Law-Enforcement Pursuit Database; State Police to develop and maintain. dead
HB2213 Driver training standards; establish for law-enforcement emergency calls and pursuits. signed by governor
HB2214 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; develop plan for prevention of juvenile delinquency. dead
HB2215 Local Defense Manufacturing Zones; created, allows local governments to designate. incorporated
HB2216 Laboratory results; authority to provide directly to insurance carrier, etc. enacted
HB2217 Local disability services; agencies may convene local interagency services teams. signed by governor
HB2218 Health care providers; third-party reimbursement programs. signed by governor
HB2219 Correctional facilities, local; jailers have written policy for revocation of good conduct credits. signed by governor
HB2220 Pharmacies; implement continuous quality improvement program for analysis of dispensing errors. signed by governor
HB2221 Aircraft sales and use tax; exemption for qualified companies headquartered in Virginia. signed by governor
HB2222 Transportation funding and administration; funding in Northern Virginia, Hampton Roads, etc. dead
HB2223 Tobacco products; wrappings may be sold in places not open to public and not accessible to minors. dead
HB2224 Illegal gambling; amends definition. incorporated
HB2225 Inmates; Department of Corrections to establish a personal trust account therefor. signed by governor
HB2226 Alcoholic beverage control; notice for registered public objections to new licensee applications. signed by governor
HB2227 Assessment of sexually violent predators; qualifications. signed by governor
HB2228 Open-end credit plans; prohibits anyone other than seller of certain goods from extending credit. dead
HB2229 Practitioners; competency assessments. enacted
HB2230 Aircraft based in this Commonwealth; definition. enacted
HB2231 Neighborhood Assistance Act; permits trusts to be eligible for income tax credit. signed by governor
HB2232 Personal property tax; valuation of motor vehicles. dead
HB2233 Transportation agency efficiencies & cost recoveries; exempts VDOT, etc., paying remote access fee. signed by governor
HB2234 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; criteria for grants or loans from Fund. incorporated
HB2235 Lyme disease; adds confirmed and suspected cases to list of diseases required to be reported. dead
HB2236 Commercial use of State seals; State Treasurer to mint gold, etc., coins for commemorative use. signed by governor
HB2237 Electric generation facilities; incentives for construction of using coalbed methane gas. signed by governor
HB2238 Prince William County Metrorail Improvement District; created. dead
HB2239 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts certain computer equipment and enabling software. dead
HB2240 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; criteria for awarding grants or loans from the Fund. incorporated
HB2241 Length of school term; minimum number of teaching days if closed due to bad weather. dead
HB2242 School divisions, local; annual notification of estimated average per pupil cost to put on website. incorporated
HB2243 School board policies; adopt policies which certain electronic records and signatures are accepted. signed by governor
HB2244 Personal Property Tax Relief Act; transmission of certain information by DMV. signed by governor
HB2245 License plates, special; issuance to those bearing legend: IN REMEMBRANCE, APRIL 16, 2007. dead
HB2246 Tuition, in-state; certain civilian employees of Department of Defense employees shall pay. dead
HB2247 Repair of potholes on private property; localities to require on certain parking areas and roads. dead
HB2248 Public transportation service; obstructing operation of transit vehicle is Class 1 misdemeanor. dead
HB2249 Elections, State Board of; powers and duties. dead
HB2250 SCHEV; creation of nonstock corporation to support academic research. incorporated
HB2251 Pollbooks; when electronic version fails to operate, officers shall maintain a written list. enacted
HB2252 Prescription Monitoring Program; report required for certain prescriptions. dead
HB2253 Health professions; reciprocity exemption from licensing. enacted
HB2254 Drug treatment court; established in Montgomery County. dead
HB2255 Health records; health care providers who prescribe or dispense controlled substances. enacted
HB2256 Schedule II drugs; identification required for filling prescriptions. signed by governor
HB2257 Surreptitious photographs; person who publishes is in violation of prohibiting upskirting. dead
HB2258 Nonpublic school students; participation in interscholastic sports. incorporated
HB2259 Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act; identity credentials. dead
HB2260 Contractors, Board for; well water systems provider license, exception. dead
HB2261 Guardian ad litem; requires preliminary hearing be held prior to appointment. dead
HB2262 Green Public Buildings Act; definitions, building standards. dead
HB2263 Commercial fisheries; provides for state and local tax, regulatory relief, and preservation thereof. dead
HB2264 Higher educational institutions; Virginia College Building Authority to issue credit enhancements. dead
HB2265 Local disability services boards; clarification of assistance to local governments. dead
HB2266 Pendente lite custody orders; may be appealed to appropriate appellate court. dead
HB2267 Preneed funeral contracts; final expenses insurance. dead
HB2268 Virginia Peninsula area solid waste management system authority; appointing Board of Directors. dead
HB2269 Freedom of Information Act; criminal records are exempt from mandatory provisions. dead
HB2270 Electric utility rate structures; advancing conservation and efficiency. dead
HB2271 Computer and digital forensic services; exempt from regulation as private security service business. signed by governor
HB2272 Local professional license violations; creates a statute of limitations. signed by governor
HB2273 Local building officials; authority to issue summonses for violations of statutes. dead
HB2274 Claims-made liability insurance policies; prohibits insurer from denying coverage. dead
HB2275 Spousal support; court shall have authority to order party to maintain existing life insurance. dead
HB2276 Commitment on parole supervision; court services unit to consult with local department. incorporated
HB2277 State boards, commissions, and other collegial bodies; compensation paid to citizen members. signed by governor
HB2278 Real estate tax; relief for elderly and permanently and totally disabled. signed by governor
HB2279 Emergency medical services personnel; certification of applicants. signed by governor
HB2280 Menhaden fishing; Marine Resource Commission to assess fee for those caught with purse net. dead
HB2281 D N A data bank; modifies entities which Department of Forensic Science may release information. signed by governor
HB2282 Centralized fleet; DGS, et al., to establish plan for vehicles to use alternative fuels. enacted
HB2283 Small business investment companies; creates credit against insurance license tax for investments. dead
HB2284 Jail processing fee; allows sheriff's department, regional jail, or police department to receive. signed by governor
HB2285 Tourism zones; tax revenues for tourism projects. enacted
HB2286 Surplus lines insurance; eliminates requirement that broker be licensed in Virginia. signed by governor
HB2287 Nonhazardous solid waste management facilities; annual fee. dead
HB2288 Political campaign advertisements; disclosure requirements. dead
HB2289 Common interest communities; court may enter default judgment against unit owner on sworn affidavit. signed by governor
HB2290 Virginia Property Owners Association Act; notice to lot owners of pesticide use. signed by governor
HB2291 Health requirements for home-instructed children; immunizations. signed by governor
HB2292 Health records; electronic access. signed by governor
HB2293 Alcoholic beverage control; restricted sale of malt beverages. dead
HB2294 Unemployment compensation; eliminates requirement that certain benefits be reduced by 50 percent. dead
HB2295 Alcoholic beverage control; definition of chaptalization and cider. signed by governor
HB2296 Commonwealth Scholars Program and Investment Fund; established. dead
HB2297 Termination of water services; SCC to establish limitations for those with medical condition. signed by governor
HB2298 Marijuana; reduces penalty for possession by prisoner. dead
HB2299 Income and sales & use taxes; removes remaining portion of tax from food for human consumption, etc. dead
HB2300 Planning and Budget, Department of; budget performance data provided by state agencies. dead
HB2301 Conflict of Interests Acts, State & Local Government & General Assembly; disclosure of income. in committee
HB2302 Virginia Early Childhood Investment Fund; established. dead
HB2303 Health Care, Joint Commission on; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
HB2304 Community boards; suspension of certain owner rights for rules violations. dead
HB2305 Healthcare Organizations, Joint Commission on Accreditation of; truncates references in Code. dead
HB2306 Health Professions, Board of; membership. dead
HB2307 Handheld personal communications devices; fines for texting while driving doubled in work zones. dead
HB2308 Income tax, state; clean special fuels motor vehicle and plug-in electric motor vehicle tax credit. dead
HB2309 General fund balance; assignment of year-end general fund surplus. dead
HB2310 Filled subaqueous bottomlands; Marine Resources Commission to convey title if lawfully deposited. signed by governor
HB2311 Virginia State Virtual School, Board of Visitors of; established. dead
HB2312 Animal care; redefines home-based rescue. dead
HB2313 Charter schools, public; amends definition. dead
HB2314 Education Improvement Scholarships; tax credit for donations by business entities. in committee
HB2315 Breach of medical information; adds private entities are required to provide notice. stricken
HB2316 Clean Energy Manufacturing Incentive Grant Program; created. enacted
HB2317 Information Technology Advisory Council; advise CIO on creation of technology application framework. signed by governor
HB2318 Electronic notary; notary to notarize document if signer is not present if identity is established. signed by governor
HB2319 State agency mandates; assessment imposed on local governments. signed by governor
HB2320 Electronic tracking devices; placement on vehicle of person for use in opposition research. incorporated
HB2321 Virginia Free File tax program; Tax Commissioner to renegotiate agreement with Consortium of Va. dead
HB2322 Reckless driving; raises threshold for speeding from 80 miles per hour to 90 miles per hour. dead
HB2323 State lottery; instant ticket game to benefit veterans. dead
HB2324 Virginia Research and Technology Investment Program; created, report. enacted
HB2325 Income tax, state; research and development expenses tax credit. incorporated
HB2326 Waterworks systems; regulation. signed by governor
HB2327 Photo monitoring systems; limitations on local adoption of systems. dead
HB2328 Six-Year Capital Outlay Plan; process by which agencies' requests for capital project are presented. signed by governor
HB2329 Authorities for development of former federal areas; dissolution. signed by governor
HB2330 Information exchange program; Secretary of Public Safety to establish. signed by governor
HB2331 Allocation of highway maintenance & construction funds; alters manner Transportation Bd. allocates. dead
HB2332 Citizenship of arrestee; arresting officer to ascertain. dead
HB2333 Virginia Public Procurement Act; preference for Virginia firms using E-Verify program. dead
HB2334 Fish and Wildlife, Commission on; established, report. dead
HB2335 Insurance premiums tax; retaliatory costs tax credit. enacted
HB2336 Save Our Sight Fund and Advisory Board; established. dead
HB2337 State agencies; use of certified mail for certain notices. signed by governor
HB2338 Local government; alternative method is to give notice by mail. signed by governor
HB2339 Smoking in cars with minor present; civil penalty. dead
HB2340 Protective orders; expands class of persons eligible to include those in dating relationship. incorporated
HB2341 Plastic bags; imposed tax of $0.20 on plastic bags used by purchasers. dead
HB2342 Income tax, state; tax credit for hiring employees with disabilities. dead
HB2343 Handgun; Class 1 misdemeanor for carrying while under influence of alcohol or drugs. dead
HB2344 Cigarette butts; imposes civil penalty for improper disposal for each butt. dead
HB2345 National Guard; eligibility for service. in committee
HB2346 Higher educational institutions; compensation of athletic coaches. in subcommittee
HB2347 Incarcerated defendant; waiver of payment of interest on fines and costs for certain cases. dead
HB2348 Fertilizer and deicing agents; requires certain localities to regulate sale and application. incorporated
HB2349 Maximum speed limits; shall be 60 miles per hour where indicated by lawfully placed signs. dead
HB2350 Reckless driving; person driving in excess of 20 mph over speed limit is guilty. dead
HB2351 Writ of actual evidence; allows testing of biological evidence to be conducted. dead
HB2352 Motor fuels tax; rate increase. dead
HB2353 Renewable energy portfolio standard program; investor-owned electric utility, etc., to participate. dead
HB2354 Charter; City of Franklin. incorporated
HB2355 Transient Occupancy Tax; adds Brunswick County to those localities authorized to impose. dead
HB2356 Stalking; enhanced penalties. dead
HB2357 Unemployment compensation; eliminates requirement that certain benefits be reduced by 50 percent. signed by governor
HB2358 Benefit corporations; definition, requirements. signed by governor
HB2359 Study; Composite Index of Local Ability to Pay; report. in committee
HB2360 Income tax, corporate; tax credit to employers that provide employee transportation assistance. dead
HB2361 Child abduction; money, property, etc., owned by person are subject to lawful seizure, etc. enacted
HB2362 Restricted license; court to issue to travel to and from jail when defendant is on work release. signed by governor
HB2363 Multijurisdiction grand jury; investigate violation including insurance fraud. signed by governor
HB2364 Joint aid agreements by localities; localities to arrange aid to and from other localities. signed by governor
HB2365 Virginia Racing Commission; authorization to join Interstate Racing and Wagering Compact. signed by governor
HB2366 Out-of-state trust institutions; any national bank to serve as trustee without office in State. signed by governor
HB2367 Telecommunications services; eliminates certain requirements. signed by governor
HB2368 Supplemental environmental projects; Department of Conservation and Recreation to establish. signed by governor
HB2369 Menhaden; cap on harvesting will be reduced 20 percent annually. dead
HB2370 Multiple-year licenses; Board of Game & Inland Fisheries to issue for hunting, fishing, etc. enacted
HB2371 Real property tax assessment; notice to be published in newspaper 30 to 45 days prior. dead
HB2372 Flashing amber warning lights; state vehicles performing environmental functions to be equipped. signed by governor
HB2373 Medical malpractice; privileged communications of certain committees. signed by governor
HB2374 Moped; definition. signed by governor
HB2375 Commonwealth Project Management Standard; created for information technology projects, etc. signed by governor
HB2376 Agency mandates; DSS to eliminate those related to office space, etc., of local social services. signed by governor
HB2377 Medical malpractice; privileged communications of certain committees. incorporated
HB2378 Accreditation of schools; delayed implementation of certain statutes and regulations, etc. incorporated
HB2379 Discontinued secondary system highways; shall be available for use by public as a road. signed by governor
HB2380 Firearms; civil immunity for employers who do not prohibit employees from storing in their vehicles. dead
HB2381 Street gang prosecution; expands definition of predicate criminal act to include burglary, etc. dead
HB2382 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; written notice to sex offenders of applicable laws. dead
HB2383 Freedom of Information Act; court review in cases of requester harassment. dead
HB2384 Medicaid Works program; DMAS to increase maximum allowable earnings for individuals. signed by governor
HB2385 Income tax, state; barge and rail usage tax credit. enacted
HB2386 Concealed weapons permit; authorizes person to obtain permit to carry any lawfully possessed weapon. dead
HB2387 Criminal Justice Services Board and Department of Criminal Justice Services; powers and duties. enacted
HB2388 Nursing homes & assisted living facilities; required to provide info. about family councils, etc. incorporated
HB2389 Virginia Resources Authority; renewable energy projects. signed by governor
HB2390 Income tax, state; exemption for certain small businesses. dead
HB2391 Disposition of driver's licenses; court not to order surrender of license under certain conditions. signed by governor
HB2392 Risk management plan; local participation. dead
HB2393 Human trafficking hotline; posted notices required in business providing certain entertainment. dead
HB2394 State health insurance plan; state employees who are nonclassified, hourly employees to participate. dead
HB2395 Students, nonpublic school; participation in public school interscholastic programs, fees. dead
HB2396 Solicitation of children; unlawful for adult to entice minor to enter motor vehicle. in subcommittee
HB2397 Insured persons; attorney employed by insurance company shall not represent person insured. dead
HB2398 Treasurer; collection of local taxes. dead
HB2399 Snow and ice; requires operators to remove from their vehicles, penalty. dead
HB2400 Income tax, corporate; subcontracts tax credit. dead
HB2401 Workers' compensation; increases farm and horticultural laborers to remain exempt from requirements. signed by governor
HB2402 Interbasin water transfers; establishes a procedure. dead
HB2403 Oversize and overweight permits; Transportation Board has authority to limit control on highways. dead
HB2404 State sales & use tax revenue; dedicates portion for transportation projects in Hampton Roads, etc. dead
HB2405 Certificate of analysis; blood alcohol test equipment shall be presumed to be accurate. dead
HB2406 Charter; Town of South Boston. signed by governor
HB2407 Charter; Town of Halifax. signed by governor
HB2408 State agencies; requires notice to localities of certain state projects. signed by governor
HB2409 Water and sewer charges; charges imposed by Town of Abingdon shall be lien on real estate. signed by governor
HB2410 Retirement System; optional defined contribution retirement program for state and local employees. in committee
HB2411 Land use approvals; existing performance bonds may be waived if locality has bonding moratorium. signed by governor
HB2412 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; court order plea. in committee
HB2413 All-terrain vehicles; allows over-the-road operation at certain locations in Tazewell County. enacted
HB2414 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of the James River Park System. incorporated
HB2415 Hunting license, special; established for partially disabled veterans. signed by governor
HB2416 Accountability and Performance Review Commission; established. dead
HB2417 Cable television system, etc.; contracts with electric cooperative facilities for pole attachments. dead
HB2418 Virginia Railway Express; passenger surcharge when boarding in Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park. dead
HB2419 Retail Sales & Use Tax; revenue distribution to certain public facilities. signed by governor
HB2420 Televisions; prohibits use in a motor vehicle where screen is visible to driver while driving. signed by governor
HB2421 Adoption procedures; makes numerous changes. dead
HB2422 Protective orders; makes numerous changes to laws governing family abuse and stalking, penalty. incorporated
HB2423 Drunk boating; reinstates language allowing for transfer of custody of person arrested. signed by governor
HB2424 Appomattox State Scenic River; designating lower portion thereof as a scenic river. signed by governor
HB2425 Delinquent sewer & water fees; authority to provide 30 days notice prior to recording lien. signed by governor
HB2426 Marital privilege; person may refuse to disclose communication between his spouse and him. dead
HB2427 Certificate of public need; Commissioner of Health to approve request to amend certain conditions. signed by governor
HB2428 Homestead and other exemptions; exemption of real or personal property. incorporated
HB2429 Golf cart and utility vehicle; fixes a punctuation error to clarify exceptions for use on highways. signed by governor
HB2430 Family and Medical Leave Act; allows employees to take leave under certain circumstances. dead
HB2431 Drug treatment courts; established in Counties of Buchanan, Dickenson, Russell, etc. dead
HB2432 Law-enforcement officer; definition. dead
HB2433 Abortion; shall undergo ultrasound imaging and view image of her fetus. in subcommittee
HB2434 Health benefits exchange; intent to develop. enacted
HB2435 Corrections, Department of; elimination of agency mandates. signed by governor
HB2436 Abortion coverage; offering through health benefits exchange. dead
HB2437 Bail bondsmen; regulation. signed by governor
HB2438 Criminal cases; delayed appeal. signed by governor
HB2439 Driver education; school boards in Planning District 8 to make available to certain students. signed by governor
HB2440 Prostitution; expungement of charge if person was forced. dead
HB2441 Cemeteries; required to publish notice of intent to declare interment rights abandoned in newspaper. passed committee
HB2442 Hunting; allows a person to hunt any wild bird or wild animal on Sundays. dead
HB2443 Hunting deer; allows persons to hunt with a bow and arrow or crossbow on Sundays. dead
HB2444 Commissioners of the revenue; authorized to examine books and records for sales tax purposes. dead
HB2445 Juvenile information dissemination; info. disseminated to State Police or U.S. Attorney General. dead
HB2446 Renewable energy portfolio standard program; credit multipliers. in committee
HB2447 Renewable energy incentives; created for development of renewable energy facilities in State. dead
HB2448 Political contributions; prohibition during procurement process, penalty. signed by governor
HB2449 Computer analysis; clerk may assess person fee performed by law-enforcement agency when convicted. signed by governor
HB2450 Pretrial services agencies; removes mandatory requirement for locality to establish. in subcommittee
HB2451 State Corporation Commission staff; discovery of settlement negotiations. dead
HB2452 Virginia Tort Claims Act; abolishes sovereign immunity up to maximum limits of statutory cap. dead
HB2453 Certificate of public need; addition of nursing facility beds in Planning District 11, etc. signed by governor
HB2454 Medical Fraud Control Unit; authorizes Attorney General to appoint investigators. dead
HB2455 Municipal utility services; notice of adverse judgment. dead
HB2456 Alcoholic beverage control; privatization of government stores. dead
HB2457 Abandoned and salvage vehicles; revises definition, penalty. enacted
HB2458 Demolished or dismantled motor vehicles; licensee requirements. signed by governor
HB2459 Absentee voting; persons age 65 and older will be entitled. dead
HB2460 Political contributions; prohibition during procurement process, penalty. dead
HB2461 Trucks; maximum weight limits for those hauling gravel, sand, etc. signed by governor
HB2462 Juveniles; filing of petition not necessary for certain misdemeanor offenses. enacted
HB2463 Fertilizer and deicing agents; regulation of application, report. incorporated
HB2464 Drug Control Act; conforms Schedule II to federal drug classification schedule. signed by governor
HB2465 Virginia Retirement System; defined contribution retirement program for state and local employees. incorporated
HB2466 Virginia Biased-Based Profiling & Traffic Statistics Reporting Act; officers to record certain data. dead
HB2467 Health insurance; mandated coverage for autism spectrum disorder. signed by governor
HB2468 Attorney General; representation of Commonwealth in civil actions. dead
HB2469 Utility facilities; relocation or removal shall not be placed any closer to private residence. dead
HB2470 Carbon dioxide; prohibits Air Polution Control Board and DEQ to restrict emission thereof. dead
HB2471 Coal Mine Safety Act; updated to reflect current federal law and industry standards, penalty. enacted
HB2472 Performance guarantees; no locality shall require those furnished include cost unless shown on plat. signed by governor
HB2473 Foreclosure procedures; assignment of deed of trust. dead
HB2474 National Guard; eligibility for service. in committee
HB2475 Wilderness Road; designating certain highway segments as Virginia byways. dead
HB2476 Estate tax; reinstated for persons dying on or after July 1, 2011. dead
HB2477 Workers' compensation coverage; revises requirements for determining coal worker's pneumoconiosis. signed by governor
HB2478 Southwest Virginia Health Authority; appointments. signed by governor
HB2479 Virginia Liaison Office; changes title to Office of Intergovernmental Affairs. enacted
HB2480 Portable electronics insurance; provides coverage for repair or replacement of such devices. signed by governor
HB2481 U.S. Route 29; designating from Va.-North Carolina line to north of Town of Altavista as I-785. dead
HB2482 Animal care; enforcement procedures and standards related to animal cruelty. dead
HB2483 Court records; secure remote access restrictions do not apply to secure access by attorneys, etc. signed by governor
HB2484 Standards of Quality; apportionment of state and local share. dead
HB2485 Reckless driving; expands list to include parking lot, etc. signed by governor
HB2486 Impaired waters; requires plan developed and implemented to restore waters be controlling. signed by governor
HB2487 Naturopaths; Board of Medicine to license and regulate. dead
HB2488 Claims; Carol Arwood Rivers. dead
HB2489 Sheriffs' offices vehicles; allows a sheriff to approve display of advertisements. dead
HB2490 Campus police; report of certain incidents to local law-enforcement agency. dead
HB2491 Virginia Correctional Enterprises; mandatory procurement, exception. dead
HB2492 Onsite sewage systems; certain owners may be exempt from requirements for operation and maintenance. dead
HB2493 Public officials; any person who threatens to kill or injure is guilty of Class 1 misdemeanor. dead
HB2494 Standards for Accreditation; any school board may seek approval of alternative plan for its schools. signed by governor
HB2495 Advanced Shipbuilding Training Facility Grant Program; revises Program. signed by governor
HB2496 Capital outlay plan; sets forth 6-year plan for project funded entirely from general fund resources. passed senate
HB2497 Towing and Recovery Operators, Board of; abolishes Board. dead
HB2498 Isle of Wight County; authorizes Department of General Services to convey certain property. signed by governor
HB2499 Insurance license tax; dedicates to Highway Maintenance & Operating Fund one-third of total revenue. dead
HB2500 Omnibus Citizen Bill of Rights; created. dead
HB2501 Alcoholic beverage control; creates a new wine and beer license for gourmet oyster houses. signed by governor
HB2502 Oysters; measurement standard. signed by governor
HB2503 Governor's Transportation Regulatory Review Commission; created. dead
HB2504 Transportation District Commission of Hampton Roads; appointments by Governor. signed by governor
HB2505 Alcoholic beverage control; creates art instruction studio license. dead
HB2506 Health benefits plans; sale by foreign health insurers to persons in State. dead
HB2507 Deeds and deeds of trust; when trust is grantor or grantee, it shall contain certain names. signed by governor
HB2508 Transportation Board; transfer of interest in and control over landings. signed by governor
HB2509 Employer's records; required to maintain and preserve payroll, etc., for their employees. dead
HB2510 Virginia Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2011; established, report. enacted
HB2511 Civil immunity; provided for persons acting in defense of property. in subcommittee
HB2512 State employee health insurance plan; coverage for autism spectrum disorder. incorporated
HB2513 Deferred dispositions; no court shall have authority to defer and dismiss a criminal case. in subcommittee
HB2514 Electric utility regulation; excludes certain investor-owned electric utility. dead
HB2515 Health records; disclosure requirements. signed by governor
HB2516 Income tax, state; allows taxpayer to transfer certain tax credits to another. dead
HB2517 Budget bill; basis for preparation. dead
HB2518 Income tax, state; mine inspection tax credit. dead
HB2519 Virginia Water Protection Permit; state agencies asked to review to provide comments within 45 days. enacted
HB2520 Advisory boards, councils, and other advisory collegial bodies, certain; elimination. signed by governor
HB2521 Virginia Motor Vehicle Warranty Enforcement Act; relating to consumers. dead
HB2522 Virginia Home Solicitation Sales Act; form of notice. dead
HB2523 Alcoholic beverage control; license suspension or revocation. dead
HB2524 Firearms; prohibition of sale, etc., of magazines that hold 20 or more rounds of ammunition. dead
HB2525 Judicial review of school board decision; aggrieved person. dead
HB2526 Service handguns; purchase of weapon when resignation in good standing. signed by governor
HB2527 Va. Transportation Infrastructure Fund and Va. Transportation Infrastructure Bank; created, report. enacted
HB2528 Motor Vehicles, Department of; vision screening. dead
HB2529 Life insurance; required disclosure. dead
HB2530 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; foreclosure on lien for unpaid assessments. dead
HB2531 Income tax, corporate; Virginia port volume increase tax credit. enacted
HB2532 Charter; Town of Urbanna. signed by governor
HB2533 Behavioral Health and Developmental Services Trust Fund; administration of Fund, report. signed by governor
HB5038 Celebrating the life of Laurence Butler Dillard. introduced
HJ49 Unemployment compensation benefits; JLARC to study overpayment as result of errors by VEC. dead
HJ124 Medical care; Joint Commission on Health Care to study access thereto in rural Southwest Virginia. dead
HJ496 Constitutional amendment; restriction on content of a law that appropriates funds (first reference). dead
HJ497 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of felonies, etc. dead
HJ498 Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public uses. incorporated
HJ499 Constitutional amendment; limits total on appropriations (first reference). dead
HJ500 Constitutional amendment; right to work (first reference). dead
HJ501 Commending the Lake Taylor High School girls' basketball team. passed house
HJ502 Commending the Kecoughtan High School Anti-Sagging Campaign. passed house
HJ503 Celebrating the life of Alyce Juanita Lightfoot Hicks. passed house
HJ504 Celebrating the life of Dalton Rotruck Duling. passed house
HJ505 Commending V. Stuart Cook. passed house
HJ506 Celebrating the life of Albert L. Hobbs, Jr. passed house
HJ507 Celebrating the life of Lora McGlasson Robins. passed house
HJ508 Celebrating the life of William Michael Pandak. passed house
HJ509 Celebrating the life of Thomas Clyde McSwain. passed house
HJ510 Sovereign immunity; JLARC to study costs incurred by localities resulting from claims, etc. dead
HJ511 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds. passed committee
HJ512 Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month; designating as November 2011, and each succeeding year. passed committee
HJ513 Commending Highland County 6 - 12 School. passed house
HJ514 Commending the Town of Bridgewater on the occasion of its 175th anniversary. passed house
HJ515 Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public uses (first reference). incorporated
HJ516 Celebrating the life of Lynwood Leonard Coiner, Jr. passed house
HJ517 Commending the Virginia Child Identification Program. passed house
HJ518 Celebrating the life of Private First Class Alvaro R. Regaledo-Sessarego. passed house
HJ519 Commending David P. Klisz. passed house
HJ520 Celebrating the life of Daniel Price. passed house
HJ521 Commending Philip A. Leone. passed house
HJ522 Commending the Honorable Thomas L. Murphey. passed house
HJ523 Commemorating Henricus Historical Park and the Henricus Foundation. passed house
HJ524 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of felonies. dead
HJ525 Celebrating the life of Lynda Lee Waddill. passed house
HJ526 Celebrating the life of Elizabeth Woods Morrison Dooley. passed house
HJ527 Commending Caralene Mathis Lewis. passed house
HJ528 Commending Herndon High School on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ529 Celebrating the life of Kirby Hugh Porter. passed house
HJ530 Celebrating the life of Dean Ridings. passed house
HJ531 Celebrating the life of Thelma Rose Crump Wilson. passed house
HJ532 Commending John H. Hodges. passed house
HJ533 Commending Robert M. Ostergren. passed house
HJ534 Celebrating the life of Charles E. Tull. passed house
HJ535 Celebrating the life of William Clark. passed house
HJ536 Celebrating the life of Sharone Denise White Bailey. passed house
HJ537 Commending The George Washington University's Virginia Science and Technology Campus. passed house
HJ538 Commending Alvin Wyman. passed house
HJ539 Constitutional amendment; imposition of taxes and fees by General Assembly or local governing body. dead
HJ540 Constitutional amendment; state and local budgets, limits on appropriations. passed committee
HJ541 Celebrating the life of Dorothy Irene Height. passed house
HJ542 U.S. Constitution; application to U.S. Congress to call convention to propose an amendment. dead
HJ543 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of nonviolent felonies. dead
HJ544 Celebrating the life of Elwood Floyd Yates. passed house
HJ545 Commending Hugh Dwyer Keogh. passed house
HJ546 Commending Josiah P. Rowe III. passed house
HJ547 Commending Mary Joanne Tuck Blanton. passed house
HJ548 Celebrating the life of William Alexander Williamson. passed house
HJ549 Celebrating the life of William Lloyd Sherman. passed house
HJ550 Celebrating the life of Harry William Butler, Jr. passed house
HJ551 Celebrating the life of Colonel Walter Wayne Miller, USAF (Ret.). passed house
HJ552 Commending the Millbrook High School girls' basketball team. passed house
HJ553 Commending Ben Grove. passed house
HJ554 Celebrating the life of Specialist Brian Michael Anderson, United States Army. passed house
HJ555 Commending Donald J. Ford. passed house
HJ556 Family life education; subcommittee to study fiscal impact of changing from an opt-out program, etc. dead
HJ557 Alternative currency; subcommittee to study whether should adopt if breakdown of Federal Reserve. dead
HJ558 U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights; subcommittee to study compliance of federal government, etc. dead
HJ559 Celebrating the life of Hermanze Edwin Fauntleroy, Jr. passed house
HJ560 Commending the National Aeronautics and Space Administration on the celebration of 30th anniversary. passed house
HJ561 Global Human Trafficking Awareness Day; designating as January 11, 2011, and each succeeding year. passed committee
HJ562 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Ronald Ariel Rodriguez, United States Marine Corps. passed house
HJ563 Commending Mount Pleasant Baptist Church on the occasion of its 144th anniversary. passed house
HJ564 Commending the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. passed house
HJ565 Amendments convention; expresses sense of General Assembly that Congress call convention. dead
HJ566 Oral chemotherapy drugs; Joint Commission on Health Care to study access thereto. dead
HJ567 General Assembly; establishing schedule for conduct of business. passed committee
HJ568 General Assembly; establishing prefiling schedule for 2012 Regular Session. passed committee
HJ569 Uniform statewide grading policy; joint subcommittee to study feasibility & efficacy thereof. dead
HJ570 Costs and benefits of providing financial and other incentives to localities; JLARC to study. passed committee
HJ571 Celebrating the life of Owen Bradford Pickett. passed house
HJ572 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). incorporated
HJ573 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ574 Medical doctors; joint subcommittee to study current & impending severe shortage thereof in State. dead
HJ575 Commending Access Now. passed house
HJ576 Commending William F. Egelhoff. passed house
HJ577 Internet; urging Congress to recognize importance of unfettered access and limit regulation by FCC. dead
HJ578 Federal Trade Commission; urging Congress to refrain from granting expanded rulemaking authority. dead
HJ579 Prescription medications; Joint Commission on Health Care to study impacts of cost sharing, etc. dead
HJ580 Assisted living services; JLARC to study State's third-party payments. passed committee
HJ581 Commending Cheryl Mathis. passed house
HJ582 Commending Sentara Healthcare. passed house
HJ583 Commending Josephine Demmons McBride. passed house
HJ584 Celebrating the life of Edith R. Jones. passed house
HJ585 Celebrating the life of Raymond H. Norman, Sr. passed house
HJ586 Producer licensing examination candidates; Bureau of Insurance within SCC to collect information. passed committee
HJ587 Constitutional amendment; limits total on appropriations (first reference). dead
HJ588 Commending Stewart D. Roberson. passed house
HJ589 Commending L. Bruce Holland. passed house
HJ590 Celebrating the life of Donald J. Leonard. passed house
HJ591 Celebrating the life of Frances Beatrice Bibbins Latimer. passed house
HJ592 Commending Chase City Lodge 119 AF&AM on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed house
HJ593 Constitutional amendment; free exercise of religion (first reference). dead
HJ594 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; efficacy of establishing additional registries. dead
HJ595 Commending the Virginia Association of Counties and Virginia Cooperative Extension's. passed house
HJ596 Corrections Officer Day; designating as March 16, 2011, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed committee
HJ597 Celebrating the life of Robert Andrew Fleming, Jr. passed house
HJ598 Commending the Chesterfield Baseball Clubs Inc. passed house
HJ599 Commending Marilyn Garnto. passed house
HJ600 Commending Bland County on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed house
HJ601 Celebrating the life of Henry Theodore Northcott Graves. passed house
HJ602 Celebrating the life of Robert Alton Danley, Jr. passed house
HJ603 U.S. Route 1 Corridor; joint subcommittee to study creation of Corridor. dead
HJ604 Constitutional amendment; repeal of state law or regulation by localities (first reference). dead
HJ605 National Offshore Wind Technology Center; General Assembly to support establishing in Hampton Roads. passed committee
HJ606 Commending Robert W. Tucker, Jr. passed house
HJ607 Commending Rabbi Bruce Aft. passed house
HJ608 Commemorating Veterans Day. passed committee
HJ609 Continuing care retirement communities; SCC to study management & need for resident representation. dead
HJ610 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of felonies. dead
HJ611 Celebrating the life of Samuel Dale Phillips. passed house
HJ612 General Assembly; notifying Governor of organization. passed house
HJ613 Constitutional amendment; limitation on debt (first reference). dead
HJ614 Constitutional amendment; aid for nonpublic higher education, religious or theological education. dead
HJ615 Constitutional amendment; restriction on contents of bill or law that appropriates funds. passed committee
HJ616 TANF cash assistance; JLARC to study costs and benefits of drug testing recipients. dead
HJ617 Auditor of Public Accounts; joint committee to study method of selecting. dead
HJ618 Health insurance; small business acting collectively to obtain, report. dead
HJ619 Tolling of certain highways; Joint Commission on Transportation Accountability, et al., to study. dead
HJ620 Public schools; Joint Legislative Audit & Review Commission to study post-Labor Day school opening. dead
HJ621 Cell phone; Virginia Tech Transportation Institute to study disincentives for use in motor vehicles. dead
HJ622 Histiocytosis Awareness Month; designating as September 2011, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed committee
HJ623 Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month; designating September 2011, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed committee
HJ624 Shellfish industry and state regulators; USFDA, et al., to work to improve shellfish safety. dead
HJ625 School divisions, local; DOE to study nature and effectiveness of antibullying policies. passed committee
HJ626 Defendants; VSCC to study disposition of those unrestorably incompetent. dead
HJ627 Celebrating the life of Marshal B. McAden. passed house
HJ628 Commending Daren Gardner. passed house
HJ629 Commending the Potomac Falls High School boys' basketball team. passed house
HJ630 Commending Alfred W. Gross. passed house
HJ631 Commending Kyle King. passed house
HJ632 Shaken Baby Syndrome and abusive head trauma; Joint Commission on Health Care to study. passed committee
HJ633 Employment First initiative; Secretary of Health & Human Resources to develop & implement in State. dead
HJ634 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of felonies. dead
HJ635 PPACA; Joint Commission on Health Care to study implementation of insurance provisions thereof. in subcommittee
HJ636 Engineering curriculum; Department of Education to development in public schools, report. dead
HJ637 Veterans; Department of Veterans Services to study certification and licensing opportunities. dead
HJ638 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). dead
HJ639 Community-based services for intellectual & developmental disabilities; JLARC to study system. dead
HJ640 U.S. Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment. dead
HJ641 Full-day kindergarten program; subcommittee to study efficacy & appropriateness of requiring. dead
HJ642 VAT; urging Virginia delegation of Congress to oppose legislation that would levy on certain goods. dead
HJ643 Lyme Disease Awareness Month; designating as May 2011, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed committee
HJ644 United Cherokee Indian Tribe of Virginia, Incorporated; extends official state recognition. dead
HJ645 Local governments; procurement and sharing of technology applications, report. passed committee
HJ646 Year-round schools; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study efficacy thereof. passed committee
HJ647 Constitutional amendment; taking or damaging of private property for public use (first reference). incorporated
HJ648 Uniform Statewide Building Code; DHCD, et al., to study feasibility of amendments, etc. passed committee
HJ649 Virginia Retirement System; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. dead
HJ650 Adults; JCHC to study State's procedures for receiving, etc., reports of abuse, neglect, etc. dead
HJ651 Commending Norman McIntosh. passed house
HJ652 Commending the Lakeland High School field hockey team. passed house
HJ653 Commending the Riverheads High School football team. passed house
HJ654 Commending Amherst County on the occasion of its 250th anniversary. passed house
HJ655 Commending Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts. passed house
HJ656 Commending the Arlington County Commission on the Status of Women. passed house
HJ657 Commending Eileen and Larry Kugler. passed house
HJ658 Commending Chief Petty Officer AndraD. Austin. passed house
HJ659 Commending the Altavista Combined School boys' cross country team. passed house
HJ660 Commending Norma Hoffman. passed house
HJ661 Celebrating the life of Joseph J. Moraski. passed house
HJ662 Celebrating the life of Cora Baxley Thomasson. passed house
HJ663 Celebrating the life of Richard Lynn Williamson. passed house
HJ664 Celebrating the life of Sam Lorenzo Callis. passed house
HJ665 Celebrating the life of Charles Leonard Willis, Sr. passed house
HJ666 Celebrating the life of Ellen Dickson Pearson. passed house
HJ667 Celebrating the life of Anthony L. Taylor. passed house
HJ668 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel John Woodell, Jr., USAF Ret. passed house
HJ669 Plug-in electric vehicles; Governor to appoint an interagency task force to study use thereof. dead
HJ670 Commending Nicole Mariarose Ferraro. passed house
HJ671 Commending Shenandoah University on the occasion of its 50th anniversary in Winchester. passed house
HJ672 Commending Nick Bakos. passed house
HJ673 Commending Gage Swartz. passed house
HJ674 Commending the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association Winchester Chapter 180. passed house
HJ675 Commending Austin Woodall. passed house
HJ676 Commending Reston Hospital Center. passed house
HJ677 Virginia State Police workforce; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study pay equity. dead
HJ678 Motor Vehicles, Virginia Department of; JLARC to study implementation of 'legal presence'. dead
HJ679 Constitutional amendment; legislative sessions. passed
HJ680 Constitutional amendment; contributions to defined benefit retirement plans maintained for employee. dead
HJ681 Composite Index of Local Ability to Pay; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. dead
HJ682 Substance abuse treatment; JCHC to study involuntary admission of persons in need in State. dead
HJ683 Osteoporosis Awareness Day; designating as May 10, 2011, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed committee
HJ684 Commending Emory & Henry College. passed house
HJ685 Commending William Lloyd. passed house
HJ686 Commending the Council for the Arts of Herndon on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed house
HJ687 Constitutional amendment; powers of General Assembly (first reference). dead
HJ688 Celebrating the life of Mair Williams Conrad. passed house
HJ689 Celebrating the life of John Howlett Woodfin. passed house
HJ690 Celebrating the life of Frank P. Soden. passed house
HJ691 Commending St. Catherine's School. passed house
HJ692 Commending Gary Franke. passed house
HJ693 Constitutional amendment; taking or damaging of private property for public use (first reference). passed
HJ694 Virginia Sports Hall of Fame and Museum; recognizing its outstanding program. passed house
HJ695 Celebrating the life of Grover Ralph Eakin. passed house
HJ696 Celebrating the life of Bradford Burleson Self. passed house
HJ697 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel John F. McDonnell, USAF (Ret.). passed house
HJ698 Celebrating the life of Sidney Boyd Savage. passed house
HJ699 Commending Herndon Community Television Corporation. passed house
HJ700 Commending Winns Baptist Church on the occasion of its 235th anniversary. passed house
HJ701 Commending Stephen L. Oesch. passed house
HJ702 Commending the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation. passed house
HJ703 Celebrating the life of James A. Eichner. passed house
HJ704 Judges; election in Court of Appeals, circuit court, general district court, etc. passed house
HJ705 Celebrating the life of Shirley Quarles Whorley. passed house
HJ706 Celebrating the life of Donna Rose Feldman Bergheim. passed house
HJ707 Commending the Chantilly High School Touch of Class Show Choir. passed house
HJ708 Commending Frying Pan Farm Park. passed house
HJ709 Commending the Surry County High School girls' basketball team. passed house
HJ710 Commending the Northside High School softball team. passed house
HJ711 Commending the Hanover Ruritan Club. passed house
HJ712 Commending the South Richmond Adult Day Care Center. passed house
HJ713 Commending Big Blue of Old Dominion University, 2010 Capital One Mascot of the Year. passed house
HJ714 Commending the Gate City High School football team. passed house
HJ715 Commending the Town of Strasburg on the occasion of its 250th anniversary. passed house
HJ716 Commending the Reverend Dr. Curtis W. Harris. passed house
HJ717 Commending Major General Jerrold P. Allen, USAF (Ret.). passed house
HJ718 Celebrating the life of Frederick W. Peatross. passed house
HJ719 Patient Safety Day; recognizing as February 2, 2011. passed committee
HJ720 Celebrating the life of J. Clyde Hooker, Jr. passed house
HJ721 Celebrating the life of Melvin Brown. passed house
HJ722 Celebrating the life of Walter Holladay Yeaman. passed house
HJ723 Celebrating the life of Leonard Coleman. passed house
HJ724 Celebrating the life of Jean Beaumont Merritt Mihalyka. passed house
HJ725 Commending Rosalyn H. and J.V. White. passed house
HJ726 Commending Save a Life - Save the World Foundation. passed house
HJ727 Celebrating the life of Posey W. Dillon. passed house
HJ728 Celebrating the life of William Daniel Altice. passed house
HJ729 Commending Jack Swicegood. passed house
HJ730 Commending the Gretna High School softball team. passed house
HJ731 Commending James Bernard Scott. passed house
HJ732 Speaker of the House of Delegates; confirming appointments. passed committee
HJ733 FERPA and HIPAA, federal; urges Congress to restore in loco parentis, etc. dead
HJ734 Pope John Paul II's Pilgrimage Day; designating as June 2, 2011, & each succeeding year thereafter. passed committee
HJ735 Manufacturing jobs; Manufacturing Development Commission directed to develop plan for repatriating. passed committee
HJ736 Commending Eldridge N. Cook. passed house
HJ737 Commending Brittany Nicole Poteet. passed house
HJ738 Celebrating the life of James L. Ruffa. passed house
HJ739 Celebrating the life of John Alison Baum. passed house
HJ740 Celebrating the life of David B. Nichols. passed house
HJ741 Celebrating the life of Jason Allen Long. passed house
HJ742 Commending Heidi Peterson. passed house
HJ743 Commending the Rappahannock High School baseball team. passed house
HJ744 Celebrating the life of Creston Martin Owen. passed house
HJ745 Celebrating the life of Paul Michael Dittamo. passed house
HJ746 Celebrating the life of Edwin F. Gulick. passed house
HJ747 Celebrating the life of Specialist Sean Russell Cutsforth. passed house
HJ748 Commending Mark Twain Middle School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ749 Commending Senior Lieutenant Phillip Harrover, Jr. passed house
HJ750 Commending William F. Fox Model School. passed house
HJ751 Commending Janice Holland. passed house
HJ752 Commending Victoria Christian Church on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ753 Commending Lucille Liechty. passed house
HJ754 Commending Dave Edwards. passed house
HJ755 Commending Marian A. White. passed house
HJ756 Commending Tommy Woodson. passed house
HJ757 Commending Abingdon Masonic Lodge No. 48 on the occasion of its 215th anniversary. passed house
HJ758 Commending Charles A. Sledd. passed house
HJ759 Celebrating the life of Colonel Edward J. Burke, USA (Ret.). passed house
HJ760 Celebrating the life of Timothy Wayne Pigg. passed house
HJ761 Celebrating the life of Susan Lowell Butler. passed house
HJ762 Commending Inova Fairfax Hospital on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ763 Commending Reston Interfaith. passed house
HJ764 Commending the Veterans Independence Program. passed house
HJ765 Commending Niki Swann. passed house
HJ766 Commending the Equipping Businesses for Success Institute. passed house
HJ767 Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the birth of President Ronald Wilson Reagan. passed committee
HJ768 Celebrating the life of Taylor McGregor. passed house
HJ769 Celebrating the life of Obediah Gladen Baker, Sr. passed house
HJ770 Celebrating the life of Johnnie Knight. passed house
HJ771 Celebrating the life of Henry W. Hicks. passed house
HJ772 Celebrating the life of Mel Leaman. passed house
HJ773 Commending Virginia's Rx Partnership and its partners. passed house
HJ774 Commending the Washington County Technology Student Association chapters. passed house
HJ775 Commending Chris and Jennie Simms. passed house
HJ776 Commending the Mills E. Godwin High School girls' tennis team. passed house
HJ777 Commending Joy Ranch on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ778 Celebrating the life of Robert B. Smithwick. passed house
HJ779 Celebrating the life of Francis V. Gardner. passed house
HJ780 Commending the Mosby Spartans. passed house
HJ781 Commending Dr. George P. Scouras. passed house
HJ782 Commending the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts on the occasion of its 75th anniversary. passed house
HJ783 Commending the McLean Orchestra. passed house
HJ784 Commending the McLean Youth Orchestra. passed house
HJ785 Commending Arthur W. Arundel. passed house
HJ786 Celebrating the life of Edward E. Purcell, Jr. passed house
HJ787 Celebrating the life of Wilbert Thomas Cooke, Jr. passed house
HJ788 Celebrating the life of Josephine Faoro Weber. passed house
HJ789 Celebrating the life of Khristin Kyllo. passed house
HJ790 Celebrating the life of Cynthia Alice Martin. passed house
HJ791 Commending Michael Wardian. passed house
HJ792 Celebrating the accomplishments of the Virginia National Guard in 2010. passed house
HJ793 Commending Chief Justice Leroy Rountree Hassell, Sr. passed house
HJ794 Commending the Huguenot Republican Womens Club. passed house
HJ795 Celebrating the life of Wilbur Coleman Allen. passed house
HJ796 Celebrating the life of Janie E. Bowen. passed house
HJ797 Celebrating the life of the Honorable James Bernard Wilkinson. passed house
HJ798 Celebrating the life of Private First Class David Taylor Miller. passed house
HJ799 Celebrating the life of Alphonse Stroobants. passed house
HJ800 Commending the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance on its 30th anniversary. passed house
HJ801 Commending Priscilla Ames. passed house
HJ802 Commending Patricia Nicoson. passed house
HJ803 Commending Lindsay Trout. passed house
HJ804 Commending the Martin Luther King, Jr., Cultural Foundation, Inc. passed house
HJ805 Commending the Gems of Rockbridge Geocaching Trail. passed house
HJ806 Commending the Virginia Tech Lumenhaus team. passed house
HJ807 Commending Suffolk Christian Church on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed house
HJ808 Celebrating the life of William Baxter Perkinson, Sr. passed house
HJ809 Celebrating the life of B. Mark Fried. passed house
HJ810 Celebrating the life and accomplishments of John Preston Hill. passed house
HJ811 Celebrating the life of Colonel Andrew Todd. passed house
HJ812 Commending the James River High School boys' volleyball team. passed house
HJ813 Celebrating the life of Samuel Hughes, Jr. passed house
HJ814 Commending the Herndon Womans Club. passed house
HJ815 Commending Carl I. Sivertsen. passed house
HJ816 Commending Charlie D. Waddell. passed house
HJ817 Commending David A. Kirby. passed house
HJ818 Commending the County of Henrico on the occasion of its 400th anniversary. passed house
HJ819 Commending The Little Oil Company, Incorporated on the occasion of its 90th anniversary. passed house
HJ820 Commending LaTonya E. Waller. passed house
HJ821 Commending the United States Army's First Infantry Division. passed house
HJ822 Commending those who have immigrated to the United States while adhering to the immigration laws. passed committee
HJ823 Celebrating the life of Martin Fillmore Clark, Sr. passed house
HJ824 Commending the Norfolk Christian High School boys' basketball team. passed house
HJ825 Commending the Norfolk Christian High School girls' basketball team. passed house
HJ826 Commending the Norfolk Christian High School football team. passed house
HJ827 Commending Dan Howard. passed house
HJ828 Commending Edison2. passed house
HJ829 Commending Trooper S. Matthew Cochran. passed house
HJ830 Celebrating the life of Joseph Glenwood Baker. passed house
HJ831 Commending Fran Rooker. passed house
HJ832 Commending Thomas L. Starnes. passed house
HJ833 Commending the Operation Pedro Pan Exodus on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ834 Celebrating the life of Richard DeForest Robertson. passed house
HJ835 Celebrating the life of Thomas Landis Nicewarner, Jr. passed house
HJ836 Celebrating the life of the Honorable George Moffett Cochran. passed house
HJ837 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas H. Wood, Sr. passed house
HJ838 Celebrating the life of James L. Smith, Jr. passed house
HJ839 Celebrating the life of Samuel Ernest Bush, Jr. passed house
HJ840 Commending B. David Canada. passed house
HJ841 Commending Warren County on the occasion of its 175th anniversary. passed house
HJ842 Commending Eugene R. Tewalt. passed house
HJ843 Commending Lance Corporal Mark Sackett. passed house
HJ844 Commending Chief Douglas Davis. passed house
HJ845 Commending Augusta Health. passed house
HJ846 Commending White Oaks Elementary School. passed house
HJ847 Commending Lake Braddock Secondary School on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. introduced
HJ848 Commending the 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment, 116th Brigade Combat Team. passed house
HJ849 Commending Longfellow Middle School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ850 Commending Kinhaven School on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. passed house
HJ851 Commending Pinnacle Academy. passed house
HJ852 Federal budget; General Assembly to make application to U.S. Congress to call a convention, etc. dead
HJ853 Celebrating the life of Stephen Gregory Barker. passed house
HJ854 Celebrating the life of Ronald Earl Price. passed house
HJ855 Commending Katherine Johnson. passed house
HJ856 Commending the Shenandoah Babe Ruth boys' baseball team. passed house
HJ857 Commending Jack Knapp. passed house
HJ858 Commending WHRO on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ859 Commending the Medical Care for Children Partnership. passed house
HJ860 Commending the Fairfax County Park Authority. passed house
HJ861 Celebrating the life of Merrill Sickles, Jr. passed house
HJ862 Commending James I. Robertson, Jr. passed house
HJ863 Commemorating the life of Dr. James Leonard Farmer, Jr., and the 50th anniversary of Freedom Ride. passed committee
HJ864 Commending the Charlottesville High School Orchestra. passed house
HJ865 Commending Jerry Fischer. passed house
HJ866 Commending Richard M. Nelms. passed house
HJ867 Commending Claudia Ann Brown Hunter. passed house
HJ868 Commending Valerie Scott Price. passed house
HJ869 Commending Minnie A. Stiff, M.D. passed house
HJ870 Commending the Honorable Aundria D. Foster. passed house
HJ871 Commending Centra Health. passed house
HJ872 Celebrating the life of Dr. Howard William Lee. passed house
HJ873 Celebrating the life of Dr. George J. Falk. passed house
HJ874 Celebrating the life of Leroy Rountree Hassell, Sr. passed house
HJ875 Celebrating the life of Felicia Coleman Matheny. passed house
HJ876 Celebrating the life of Dr. Robert John Robertson, Jr. passed house
HJ877 Commending Virginia Wesleyan College on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ878 Celebrating the life of Joseph J. Kokalas. passed house
HJ879 Celebrating the life of Walter Ernest Mettler, Jr. passed house
HJ880 Celebrating the life of Albert Teich, Jr. passed house
HJ881 Celebrating the life of Sara Boone Baird. passed house
HJ882 Commending Russell Claar. passed house
HJ883 Commending Anne C. Hall. passed house
HJ884 Commending Harvey and Ellen Ussery. passed house
HJ885 Commending Ed Dandar. passed house
HJ886 Commending Cecil Campbell. passed house
HJ887 Commending Caitlin Connor Uze. passed house
HJ888 Commending Virginia Warren Garrett. passed house
HJ889 Commending Christine Loveday Hall. passed house
HJ890 Commending Boy Scout Troop 1140 on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ891 Celebrating the life of Edward J. LeSueur. passed house
HJ892 Celebrating the life of Thomas E. Sawner. passed house
HJ893 Celebrating the life of Jack Edward Corkey. passed house
HJ894 Celebrating the life of Sarah Elizabeth Umphlette Bane. passed house
HJ895 Celebrating the life of Dr. Gordon Kyle Leonard. passed house
HJ896 Celebrating the life of Former Delegate FitzGerald Bemiss. passed house
HJ897 Celebrating the life of Clarence W. Burton. passed house
HJ898 Celebrating the life of John Harvey Ariail, Jr. passed house
HJ899 Celebrating the life of Earl Augustine Robinson. passed house
HJ900 Celebrating the life of C. Braxton Parks. passed house
HJ901 Commending Donald W. Comer, Jr. passed house
HJ902 Commending the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed house
HJ903 Commending Christopher Newport University on the occasion of its semicentenary. passed house
HJ904 Commending Megan P. Lawless. passed house
HJ905 Commending the Sherwood Regional Library. passed house
HJ906 Commending the Military Aviation Museum. passed house
HJ907 Commending Ernest Guill. passed house
HJ908 Commending Ray Vandall. passed house
HJ909 Commending Gretchen Blair Clark. passed house
HJ910 Commending E. Budge Kent. passed house
HJ911 Commending Jim Gianniny. passed house
HJ912 Commending William and Philomena O'Connell. passed house
HJ913 Commending Patrick Henry Boys and Girls Plantation. passed house
HJ914 Commending Jeff Todd. passed house
HJ915 Commending Pastor Don C. Forrester. passed house
HJ916 Commending the Fairfax County Public Schools winners of Governor's Awards. passed house
HJ917 Celebrating the life of Philip John Farley III. passed house
HJ918 Celebrating the life of Carl Douglas Adams. passed house
HJ919 Celebrating the life of William Walker Edwards, Jr. passed house
HJ920 Celebrating the life of Patrick W. Ephriam. passed house
HJ921 Celebrating the life of John Wesley Hill. passed house
HJ922 Commending Lawrence Distributing Co., Inc. passed house
HJ923 Commending Robert W. Dowd. passed house
HJ924 Commending T. Wayne Oakes. passed house
HJ925 Commending Major Kenneth D. Fitzgerald. passed house
HJ926 Celebrating the life of Gladys Evans Jones. passed house
HJ927 Celebrating the life of Arthur W. Arundel. passed house
HJ928 Celebrating the life of Alfred James Dumas. passed house
HJ929 Celebrating the life of Betty Harrington Macdonald. passed house
HJ930 Celebrating the life of Darrell Patton Dougherty. passed house
HJ931 Celebrating the life of Billy Wayne Craig. passed house
HJ932 Celebrating the life and accomplishments of Thomas Nelson, Jr. passed house
HJ933 Celebrating the life and accomplishments of Benjamin Rush. passed house
HJ934 Celebrating the life of William Edward Taylor. passed house
HJ935 Commending Frank W. Cox High School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ936 Commending the Alexandria Domestic Violence Program. passed house
HJ937 Commending the Hampton Roads Stuff the Bus toy collection program. passed house
HJ938 Commending Charles Maurice Robinson. passed house
HJ939 Commending Richmond City Public Schools. passed house
HJ940 Celebrating the life of Laird Peterson. passed house
HJ941 Celebrating the life of David A. Edwards. passed house
HJ942 Celebrating the life of Kirby T. Smith, Jr. passed house
HJ943 Celebrating the life of Joseph Preble Weeks. passed house
HJ944 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Willard Rhoades Finney. passed house
HJ945 Celebrating the life of Gregory J. Gilker. passed house
HJ946 Celebrating the life of James Frank Phelps. passed house
HJ947 Celebrating the life of Shawnell Hess. passed house
HJ948 Commending Wayside Theatre. passed house
HJ949 Commending Franklin Foster Smith. passed house
HJ950 Commending the Honorable Lewis F. Payne. passed house
HJ951 Commending Peppy Linden. passed house
HJ952 Commending Dr. Harry D. Simpson. passed house
HJ953 Commending St. John's Church on its 400th anniversary. passed house
HJ954 Commending the Honorable Benjamin N.A. Kendrick. passed house
HJ955 Commending Lucy E. Denney. passed house
HJ956 Commending Betty and Chris Welch. passed house
HJ957 Commending Walt Whitman Middle School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ958 Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Virginia Uniform Disposition of Unclaimed Property Act. passed house
HJ959 Commending Jason Alsbaugh, Anthony Burtt, Justin Hacker, David Hyde, and Pamela Anthony. passed house
HJ960 Commending Francis T. Eck. passed house
HJ961 Commending the City of Fairfax on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ962 Commending Mantua Elementary School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
HJ963 Commending Esson McKenzie Miller, Jr. passed house
HJ964 Commending James E. Bundschuh. passed house
HJ965 Commending John S. Rorer. passed house
HJ966 Commending the Korean-American Association of Virginia. passed house
HJ967 Commending Kenneth Rasmussen. passed house
HJ968 Commending Eden King. passed house
HJ969 Commending Frank Friedman. passed house
HJ970 Commending Jack Page. passed house
HJ971 Commending the Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. passed house
HJ972 Commending Nu Xi Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., on occasion of its 25th anniversary. passed house
HJ973 Commending John Blair Gilmer. passed house
HJ974 Commending Benedictine High School in Richmond, Va, on the Occasion of the Centennial of Founding. passed house
HJ975 Commending Corbin Alexander Anglin. passed house
HJ976 Commending the Reverend Cessar L. Scott, Sr. passed house
HJ977 Commending Ron Dunlap. passed house
HJ978 Commending Howard Herman. passed house
HJ979 Celebrating the life of Billie Ray Burchett. passed house
HJ980 Celebrating the life of Lewis Wardlaw Parker, Jr. passed house
HJ981 Commending Union Cycliste Internationale. passed house
HJ982 General Assembly; extends deadline for first conference on budget bill until Feb. 24, 2011. passed committee
HJ983 Judge; election of a Supreme Court of Virginia Justice. dead
HJ984 Joint Rules Committee; confirming appointments. passed committee
HJ985 General Assembly; extends deadline for first conference on budget bill until Feb. 26, 2011. passed committee
HJ986 Redistricting special session; applies to Governor to call therefor and establish schedule, etc. passed committee
HJ987 General Assembly; extends deadline for first conference on budget bill until midnight 2/26/11, etc. passed committee
HJ988 General Assembly; adjournment sine die. passed house
HR41 Celebrating the life of Beth A. Brown. passed house
HR42 Celebrating the life of Ronald John Lloyd Terry. passed house
HR43 Commending Frances Price Ragsdale. passed house
HR44 Commending E.D. Hirsch. passed house
HR45 Commending Virginia National Guard 1030th Transportation Battalion, 329th Regional Support Group. passed house
HR46 State sovereignty; Congress urged to honor Tenth Amendment to U.S. Constitution. passed house
HR47 Scott, William Campbell; in remembrance of his services to Virginia. passed house
HR48 Cox, James Henry; in remembrance of his service to Virginia. passed house
HR49 House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed house
HR50 Partnership for Air Mobility Innovation in the 21st Century; establishes. passed house
HR51 Judges; nominations for election to Court of Appeals of Virginia. passed house
HR52 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed house
HR53 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed house
HR54 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR55 House of Delegates; amends and readopts Rules 18 and 18(a). in committee
HR56 House of Delegates; amends and readopts Rules 18(a) and 18(c). in committee
HR57 Celebrating the life of Homer R. Pond. passed house
HR58 Commending Sam Chelanga. passed house
HR59 Celebrating the life of Dr. William Otey McCabe, Jr. passed house
HR60 Celebrating the life of Dr. Charles Henry Sackett. passed house
HR61 Commending the Monument Terrace 'Support Our Troops' rallies. passed house
HR62 House Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming nomination. passed house
HR63 Commending the Battlefield High School football team. passed house
HR64 Clerk of House of Delegates; posting recorded votes to the legislative information system. passed house
HR65 Commending Freedom 4/24. passed house
HR66 Commending the Richmond Boys Choir. passed house
HR67 Commending the Honorable Robert H. Bork. passed house
HR68 Celebrating the life of Joseph Robert Brooks, Jr. passed house
HR69 Commending Tommy Garner. passed house
HR70 Celebrating the life of Raymond Pegram DuVal. passed house
HR71 Celebrating the life of Betty Frazer Greer. passed house
HR72 Greenhouse gas emissions; urging Congress of United States to address proposed regulations of EPA. passed house
HR73 Federal ethanol policy; U.S. Congress urged to address issues of liability, etc. passed house
HR74 Celebrating the life of Henrietta Lacks. passed house
HR75 Commending Manual Rios and the Midlothian Middle School 'We the People' Team. passed house
HR76 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Benjamin W. Robertson. passed house
HR77 Commending Horace Seymour Savage, Jr. passed house
HR78 Commending the Honorable Edward M. Turner III. passed house
HR79 Celebrating the life of James M. Reeves. passed house
HR80 Celebrating the life of Kathy Gear Owens. passed house
HR81 Celebrating the life of Karen Cronin. passed house
HR82 Celebrating the life of Robert H. Cooley, Jr. passed house
HR83 Commending the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., Petersburg (VA) Alumni Chapter. passed house
HR84 Commending Justin Grant. passed house
HR85 Commending the Honorable Dorothy H. Clarke. passed house
HR86 Commending David Alan Harless. passed house
HR87 Commending Paul R. Deel. passed house
HR88 Celebrating the life of Turpin A. Saunders, Jr. passed house
HR89 Commending Donald C.J. Gehring. passed house
HR90 General Assembly; extension of regular session, per diem payment to House of Delegates members, etc. passed house
HR667 Commending the Honorable Robert H. Bork. introduced
# Title Status
SB22 Assault and battery; penalty when against fire marshals and assistant fire marshals. dead
SB34 Worker Misclassification Act; created. dead
SB67 Adverse possession; abolition. dead
SB80 Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act; established. 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
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
SB113 Constitutional amendment; tax exemptions for buildings, etc., constructed to conserve energy. dead
SB115 Surcharge on fuels sales; locality to impose a one percent surcharge. dead
SB119 Campaign finance; contribution limits for candidates for statewide offices and General Assembly. dead
SB129 Clean Energy Manufacturing Incentive Grant Fund; created. 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
SB147 Freedom of Information Act; proceedings for enforcement. dead
SB155 Medical services; State's lien for payment. dead
SB156 Uniform Arbitration Act; vacating arbitration award. dead
SB170 License plates, special; makes those issued to Association of Realtors revenue-sharing. dead
SB177 Juvenile court docket; cases of assault and battery against family or household member. dead
SB179 Income tax laws; conformity to Internal Revenue Code. dead
SB186 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; House or Senate Ethics Advisory Panel investigations. dead
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
SB205 Juveniles; right in certain violent felony cases to appeal to circuit court. dead
SB208 Family or household member; expands definition. dead
SB238 Enhanced Public Safety Telephone Services Act; certain requirements for CMRS resellers. dead
SB249 Animal care; adoption of regulations permitting non-commercial intrastate transportation by officer. dead
SB250 Open-end credit plan loans; established, penalties. dead
SB256 Driver's licenses & ID cards; documents required for renewal, etc., to be compliant with REAL ID. dead
SB258 Circuit courts; creates local fee retention funding method for clerks' offices. dead
SB266 FAMIS Plan; eligibility. dead
SB287 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; definition of law-enforcement officer. dead
SB290 Housing and Community Development, Board for; promulgation of Green Building Code. dead
SB300 DUI; penalty for transporting person 18 years of age or younger. dead
SB310 Income tax, state; long-term care insurance tax credit. dead
SB320 Law-enforcement officials; Class 6 felony when falsely summoning or gives false report to officials. dead
SB332 Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind; VITA exemption. dead
SB336 Community services boards; access to medication assisted treatment. dead
SB337 Community services boards; providing information about substance abuse services. dead
SB340 Retail Sales and Use Tax Act; conforms State to provisions of Streamlined Sales & Use Tax Agreement. dead
SB343 Fuels taxes; annually adjusted. dead
SB344 Voltage regulation technologies; electric utilities to recover costs and earn 15 percent rate. dead
SB367 Workers' compensation; employer liability for medical services. dead
SB374 Alternative onsite sewage systems; waiver from examination applicants for licensure as an installer. dead
SB377 Workplace Fraud Act; established. dead
SB389 Juveniles; offenses for which juvenile is subject to transfer and trial as an adult. dead
SB401 Local government; use of county tax revenue for secondary road improvements. dead
SB418 Infrastructure in Urban Development Areas Loan Fund; created. dead
SB419 Property Owners' Association Act; control of association by declarant. dead
SB435 TransDominion Express Commission; established. dead
SB452 Retail Sales and Use Tax; taxes on room rentals. dead
SB454 College Building Authority; acquire credit enhancements to secure payment of bonds issued. dead
SB484 Local government investment pool; limitations. dead
SB505 Political parties; to determine method of nominating candidates. dead
SB507 Lobbyist's disclosure statement; Secretary of Commonwealth to redesign form. dead
SB530 Criminal street gangs; any person who by telephone solicits another is guilty of a Class 6 felony. dead
SB550 State and local transportation planning; provides for coordination with DRPT. dead
SB551 Rezoning actions, local; provides for more limited review by VDOT. dead
SB556 Crimes against incapacitated or elder adults; penalty. dead
SB567 Adoptee access; grants adult adoptees by-right access to original birth certificate. dead
SB571 Zoning; transfer of development rights. dead
SB573 Kinesiotherapists; licensure. 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
SB588 Public transportation service; obstructing operation of transit vehicle is Class 1 misdemeanor. dead
SB599 Electronic tracking devices; unauthorized installation or placement in motor vehicle, penalty. dead
SB601 Offshore drilling; royalties to be deposited in Transportation Trust Fund, etc. dead
SB604 Assault and battery; if person commits against ABC agent, guilty of Class 6 felony. dead
SB609 Carbon monoxide detectors; locality to enact ordinance requiring installation in certain places. dead
SB624 Voter lists; expands list of people and organizations who may purchase list of registered voters. dead
SB631 Gang-free zones; expanded to include any school bus stop or public buildings, etc. dead
SB639 Health records; penalty for delay. dead
SB647 Energy mandates; SCC and JLARC to prepare an assessment of economic impact on customers. dead
SB650 Stormwater regulation; amends current law. dead
SB657 Income tax, corporate; renewable energy products tax credit. dead
SB663 State taxes, delinquent; persons appointed by State to collect shall be compensated. dead
SB672 Governor; compacts with federally recognized Virginia Indian tribes. dead
SB674 Automobile clubs; shall not include services offered or provided through a telematics system. dead
SB678 Income tax; credit for electric energy facility producing electricity from livestock waste nutrient. dead
SB682 Public schools; school board to report to Superintendent of Public Instruction recycling policies. dead
SB685 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; use of fireworks on residential property. dead
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
SB697 Medicaid; DMAS to continue efforts to expand managed care of recipients throughout State. dead
SB700 Management-to-staff ratios; DHRM to develop procedures for implementation of schedule. dead
SB702 Child welfare; placement of children. dead
SB703 Public Procurement Act; preference for construction contractors hiring local residents. dead
SB711 Freedom of Information Act; disclosure of criminal investigative records. dead
SB720 Tuition; covered higher educational institutions to charge based on ability to pay. dead
SB727 Kinesiotherapists; licensure. dead
SB733 License tax, state; credit for investment in small business investment companies. dead
SB740 Motorcycles and mopeds; use of bridges in high winds. stricken
SB741 Terminations of electric utility service; endangerment of customer's health. dead
SB742 Neighborhood assistance tax credits; eligibility of certain pharmacists. signed by governor
SB743 Transient occupancy tax; adds Washington County to those localities authorized to impose. incorporated
SB744 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; employees of school boards, exception. signed by governor
SB745 Cannabinoids, synthetic; penalties for transport, possession, sale, or distribution, etc. signed by governor
SB746 Marijuana, synthetic; penalties for possession, intent to sell, distribute, etc. in subcommittee
SB747 Nondiscrimination in state employment; prohibited based on race, color, religion, etc. dead
SB748 Marijuana, synthetic; penalties for possession, intent to sell, distribute, etc. incorporated
SB749 Marijuana, synthetic; penalties for possession, intent to sell, distribute, etc. incorporated
SB750 Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act; established. signed by governor
SB751 Motor vehicle title loans; caps interest rate. dead
SB752 Payday loans; permitted interest. dead
SB753 Business, professional, and occupational license (BPOL) tax; administrative appeals process. stricken
SB754 Protective orders, preliminary; prohibition on purchase & transport of firearms for certain persons. signed by governor
SB755 Concealed handgun permits; disqualification for residential mental health or subst. abuse treatment. in subcommittee
SB756 Unexecuted warrants; clarifies that can be destroyed if dismissed, exceptions. signed by governor
SB757 Pneumatic guns; regulations, exceptions. enacted
SB758 Preliminary protective orders; purchase or transportation of firearms by persons subject to orders. in subcommittee
SB759 Workers' compensation; compensable consequences. dead
SB760 Child support; suspension of drivers license for failure to pay. stricken
SB761 License plates, special; issuance to supporters celebrating centennial of Fort Belvoir. signed by governor
SB762 Emergency vehicles; proceeding past red lights. signed by governor
SB763 Freedom of Information Act; proceedings for enforcement. signed by governor
SB764 Adoption; absence of parental consent. in subcommittee
SB765 Menhaden fishery; directs MRC to adopt regulations to implement Interstate Fishery Management Plan. in committee
SB766 Water well systems providers; definition. signed by governor
SB767 Protective orders; expungement of police and court records. in subcommittee
SB768 School zones; designation of zones in certain residential communities. dead
SB769 Reckless driving; failing to stop at a school bus. signed by governor
SB770 Underage drinking and driving; punishable as Class 1 misdemeanor. signed by governor
SB771 Remedies; increases cap on recovery in certain medical malpractice actions. enacted
SB772 Assault and battery; penalty when against fire marshals with police powers. signed by governor
SB773 Aircraft noise attenuation features; adoption, etc. of regulations with regard to installation. signed by governor
SB774 Jurisdictional limits of courts; increases maximum civil limit of general district courts signed by governor
SB775 Incarcerated defendant; waiver of payment of interest on fines and costs for certain cases. dead
SB776 DMV offices and agencies; agreements with commissioner of the revenue. passed committee
SB777 Jail processing fee; allows sheriff's department, regional jail, or police department to receive. signed by governor
SB778 Nottoway River; extends portion that is designated as a component of Virginia Scenic Rivers System. signed by governor
SB779 Joint enterprise zone; authorizes DHCD to expand an existing zone consisting of two localities, etc. signed by governor
SB780 Recordation and grantor taxes; expands reduced tax accorded to deeds of trust. dead
SB781 VIEW; screening and assessment for use of illegal substances. dead
SB782 Magistrates; power to issue felony arrest warrants. signed by governor
SB783 Zoning; cluster development subject to land use ordinance of locality. signed by governor
SB784 Affordable housing; assessments of real property. signed by governor
SB785 Real property tax assessment; partial exemption for certain improvements. signed by governor
SB786 Mortgage loan originator for residential mortgage loan; allows for exception under definition. signed by governor
SB787 Wireless E-911 Services Board; changes name to E-911 Services Board. signed by governor
SB788 Wireless E-911 Fund; amends procedure by which Wireless E-911 Services Board distributes funds. signed by governor
SB789 E-Verify program; requires Virginia Employment Commission to use. in committee
SB790 Unemployment compensation bills; impact statement. signed by governor
SB791 Extended unemployment benefits; clarifies expiration of provisions that expanded certain criteria. signed by governor
SB792 Airport shuttle service; same treatment of carriers in Henrico County as for those in Norfolk. signed by governor
SB793 Mercury switches; extends sunset provision that requires removal in certain motor vehicles. signed by governor
SB794 Electric utilities; integrated resource plans. dead
SB795 Foreclosure procedures; makes various changes to procedures. passed committee
SB796 Rehabilitative programming; earned sentence credits. dead
SB797 Human Rights Act; adds sexual orientation to definition of unlawful discriminatory practice. dead
SB798 Judicial foreclosure; court must order sale of property subject to foreclosure for deeds of trust. in subcommittee
SB799 Community revitalization fund; City of Richmond to establish fund for preventing deterioration. enacted
SB800 Budget Bill. Appropriations for 2010-2012 biennium. dead
SB801 Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2011; created. signed by governor
SB802 Child day programs; regulation, use of outdoor play equipment and areas. signed by governor
SB803 Public schools; physical fitness requirement. incorporated
SB804 License plates, special; issuance to those bearing legend: IN REMEMBRANCE, APRIL 16, 2007. dead
SB805 Health insurance; credits for retired school division employees. dead
SB806 Expert witnesses; literature designations. dead
SB807 Commercial vehicles; person required to register with Sex Offender & Crimes Against Minors Registry. in subcommittee
SB808 Elections; voter identification requirements, absentee voting eligibility and procedures. dead
SB809 Attorney liability to client; removes language from statute authorizing malpractice actions, etc. signed by governor
SB810 Accreditation of schools; delayed implementation of certain statutes and regulations. signed by governor
SB811 License plates, special; issuance to those bearing national motto: IN GOD WE TRUST. signed by governor
SB812 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; access to salary information, etc., of public employees. in subcommittee
SB813 Threats of death or bodily injury; penalty. dead
SB814 Offshore energy resources; State to support oil and natural gas exploration, etc., exception. in committee
SB815 State Grievance Procedure; scope of hearing officer's decision, reinstatement. signed by governor
SB816 Civil cases; increases filing fees to finance judicial salaries. in subcommittee
SB817 Lawyers; client accounts. dead
SB818 Certificate of public need; exempts construction of an outpatient radiation therapy facility, etc. stricken
SB819 Two-Year College Scholarship Match Program; established. dead
SB820 Mental health courts; any district court or circuit court may establish. dead
SB821 Children's Ombudsman, Office of; created, report. dead
SB822 Circuit courts; juvenile's right to appeal transfer of case. dead
SB823 Workers' compensation; presumption that certain injuries are work related. signed by governor
SB824 Tuition, in-state; waiver of one-year residency requirement for veterans. signed by governor
SB825 Open-end loan plans; caps finance charges. dead
SB826 Publication of unlawful photographs; penalty. dead
SB827 Electronic notary; notary to notarize document if signer is not present if identity is established. enacted
SB828 Health professions; reciprocity exemption from licensing. signed by governor
SB829 Tenants' assertion; rent escrow. signed by governor
SB830 Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory practice on applications that are for affordable housing. dead
SB831 Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act; issuance of civil investigative demands. dead
SB832 Green Public Buildings Act; definitions, building standards. dead
SB833 Motor fuels taxes; indexing of tax rates. dead
SB834 VDOT; highway maintenance contracts. in committee
SB835 Disabled parking; contents of permanent windshield placards. dead
SB836 Notice of foreclosure; notify owner 30 days before proposed sale. dead
SB837 Foreclosure; use of false records, documents, or statements. dead
SB838 Debt secured by deed of trust; recordation of certificate of assignment. dead
SB839 Homestead exemptions; adds one firearm, not to exceed $3,000 value, to list of exemptions. enacted
SB840 Judicial review of school board decision; aggrieved person. dead
SB841 Immunity of officers, etc., of nonprofit organizations; termination, etc., of corporation. signed by governor
SB842 Humane investigators; appointment. in committee
SB843 Aboveground storage tanks; Water Control Board to develop performance standards for certain tanks. signed by governor
SB844 Warrants; authorizes local governments to regularly publish information relating thereto. signed by governor
SB845 Local officials; shall not be questioned on any legislative speech, etc., without leave of court. dead
SB846 Water and sewer charges and taxes; liens imposed by localities. dead
SB847 Charter; City of Fairfax. signed by governor
SB848 Retirement System; benefits for certain local employees. dead
SB849 Illegal gambling; clarifies that poker games are deemed games of skill and are not illegal. in subcommittee
SB850 Hunting; allows a person to hunt any wild bird or wild animal on Sundays. dead
SB851 Temporary injunctions; considerations in awarding. dead
SB852 Lobbyists; annual statement of expenditures, penalty for failure to file. dead
SB853 Vital records; State Registrar to develop system for secure posting and retrieval of records online. stricken
SB854 Sales of secondhand building materials; police chief may refuse to issue permit if a felon. enacted
SB855 Courthouse assessments; localities to raise fee assessed for courthouse construction, etc. in subcommittee
SB856 Patriots Crossing project; requires VDOT to accept unsolicited proposals for development, etc. signed by governor
SB857 Misdemeanor; maximum fine is raised each July 1, starting July 1, 2012. in subcommittee
SB858 Vehicles; right turns by those facing left green arrow signals. dead
SB859 Mid-Atlantic Offshore Wind Energy Infrastructure Development Compact; repealing Compact. signed by governor
SB860 Real property tax; classification of certain historical buildings. signed by governor
SB861 Defined contribution retirement plan, local; locality to establish in lieu of other retirement plan. dead
SB862 Commonwealth Energy Policy; local renewable energy facility siting ordinances. signed by governor
SB863 Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit; amends definition of impoverished people. signed by governor
SB864 Elections; voting procedures and voter identification requirements. dead
SB865 Vital records; records becoming public after a certain amount of time having elapsed. in subcommittee
SB866 VIEW work requirement; exemption for parent or caretaker-relative of child under 12 months of age. signed by governor
SB867 Budget bill; Conference Committee Report shall not be considered until on website for 72 hours. dead
SB868 Damage of crops and livestock; lawful killing of deer, elk, and bear. dead
SB869 Urban development areas; developable acreage is redefined to exclude certain lands. in committee
SB870 Blue Alert Program; established. signed by governor
SB871 Golf carts; clarifies existing law pertaining to crossing highways. signed by governor
SB872 Gang-free zones; expanded to include any school bus stop or public buildings, etc. dead
SB873 Subdivision of lot; localities to provide for conveyance to family member if land is held in trust. signed by governor
SB874 George Washington Toll Road Authority; adds Stafford County as participating locality. signed by governor
SB875 Renewable portfolio standard program; forest products. in committee
SB876 Castle doctrine; encodes version allowing use of deadly force, etc. against an intruder in dwelling. in subcommittee
SB877 Family or household member; redefines and expands definition. incorporated
SB878 Pseudoephedrine; prohibited from being sold without a prescription. in subcommittee
SB879 Pharmacy; conforms elements of State's freedom of choice law to North Carolina's law. dead
SB880 Charter; City of Martinsville. signed by governor
SB881 Integrated Directional Sign Program; fees charged for participation. dead
SB882 Electric utility regulation; rebundles charges for transmission, etc., into base rates. in committee
SB883 Electric utilities; reinstates part of system under which investor-owned were regulated. in committee
SB884 Elections; acquisition of voting equipment by localities. dead
SB885 Wetlands; requirement of individual or general Virginia Water Protection Permit. dead
SB886 Elections; clarifications related to absentee voting and identification required. signed by governor
SB887 Special elections; adjusts various deadlines. signed by governor
SB888 Temporary voter registration; provision for voters overseas, spouses, and dependents, etc. dead
SB889 Referendum petitions; voter who signs may provide last four digits of his social security number. signed by governor
SB890 Cable television system, etc.; contracts with electric cooperative facilities for pole attachments. dead
SB891 State of emergency; preparation for response. signed by governor
SB892 Human Resource Management, Department of; TRICARE supplemental health coverage to military retirees. signed by governor
SB893 Southwest Virginia Cultural Heritage Foundation; created. signed by governor
SB894 Transportation Board; cooperation with persons maintaining marine museums. signed by governor
SB895 Turnpike or ferry corporations; donation of capital stock. signed by governor
SB896 State and municipal turnpike projects; repeals certain Code provisions. signed by governor
SB897 Interstate 66 Economic Development Program; repealed. signed by governor
SB898 Photo-monitoring systems; repeals requirement that localities submit list of intersections approved. dead
SB899 Charter; City of Alleghany Highlands. signed by governor
SB900 Annexations; amends law to allow townships to use traditional process to seek to expand boundaries. signed by governor
SB901 Law-enforcement deputies; allocation to city sheriff in certain cities without a police force. signed by governor
SB902 Judicial Retirement System; retired judges or justices appearing as counsel. signed by governor
SB903 Violent felony; possession of firearm on school property prohibited, penalty. signed by governor
SB904 Assault and battery; penalty when against family to be elevated to Class 6 felony. dead
SB905 Bicycles; prohibits operating in willful or wanton disregard of safety of persons or property. stricken
SB906 Family life education; SOL objectives related to dating violence, etc., to be taught in school. signed by governor
SB907 Electric utilities; inclining block rate schedules. dead
SB908 Court fees; increases from $10 to $14 additional fees that are collected. in subcommittee
SB909 Town and county treasurers; reciprocal agreements. signed by governor
SB910 Military parents; delegation of visitation rights. signed by governor
SB911 Local grievance procedures; allows local government at its option to permit observer for each party. dead
SB912 Biennial appropriation act; shall start on July 1 of odd-numbered years. dead
SB913 Chief Executive Officer for Transportation; replaces Transportation Commissioner, etc. in committee
SB914 Juveniles; offenses for which juvenile is subject to transfer and trial as an adult. in subcommittee
SB915 Inspection of motor vehicles; exceptions to requirements. signed by governor
SB916 Virginia Life, Accident and Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association; notice to policy owners. signed by governor
SB917 Virginia Life, Accident & Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association; increase life insurance coverage. dead
SB918 Virginia Fusion Intelligence Center; receive & integrate criminal-related intelligence information. dead
SB919 Crimes against adults 60 years of age or older; increases criminal penalties. incorporated
SB920 Home food inspections; exempts private homes that process certain pickles and vegetables. dead
SB921 Pianakatank River & Narrows; VMRC to convey easements for purpose of installing, etc. cable system. signed by governor
SB922 Fertilizer; regulation of application and labeling. incorporated
SB923 Inmates; Department of Corrections to establish a personal trust account therefor. signed by governor
SB924 Hospitals, nursing homes, etc.; regulations required of Board of Health. signed by governor
SB925 Global Positioning System (GPS); tracking for person on bond or as a condition of probation. enacted
SB926 Marijuana, synthetic; penalties for possession, intent to sell, distribute, etc. incorporated
SB927 Sex offender registry; affidavits. signed by governor
SB928 Motor vehicles; passing of bicycles, etc. dead
SB929 Tobacco products; wrappings may be sold in places not open to public and not accessible to minors. in subcommittee
SB930 Debt management plan providers; exempts licensed certified public accountants or firms. signed by governor
SB931 Transfer fee covenants; shall not run with title to real property & not enforceable against owner. signed by governor
SB932 Virginia Redistricting Commission; created. dead
SB933 Payday loans; permitted interest. dead
SB934 Public schools; physical education requirement. incorporated
SB935 Healthy lifestyles education; Board of Education to develop and approve instructional objectives. in subcommittee
SB936 Virginia War Memorial; memorialization of fallen Virginians. stricken
SB937 Absentee voting; persons age 65 and older will be entitled. dead
SB938 Absentee voting; application by electronic mail or other electronic means. dead
SB939 Visitors, boards of; adds two members to each public college and university. in subcommittee
SB940 Striped bass; designated as official state saltwater fish. signed by governor
SB941 Uniform Statewide Building Code; harmonizes statute of limitations for criminal prosecutions. signed by governor
SB942 Defective Chinese drywall; disclosure of information, real estate tax exemption. signed by governor
SB943 Information Technology Advisory Council; advise CIO on creation of technology application framework. signed by governor
SB944 Driver training standards; establish for law-enforcement pursuits and for emergency calls. signed by governor
SB945 Voters; when name is erroneously omitted from pollbook. signed by governor
SB946 School buses; installation of video-monitoring systems thereon by school divisions. enacted
SB947 Primary schedule in 2011; moves primary date to September 13, 2011 in anticipation of redistricting. stricken
SB948 Juvenile dispositions; gives circuit court authority to modify finding of guilt, etc. dead
SB949 Elections; qualified voters may vote absentee in person without providing an excuse or reason. dead
SB950 Confederate grave sites; authorizes $5 per grave site for 310 graves in Fredericksburg Cemetery. signed by governor
SB951 Freedom of Information Act; Library of Va. is custodian of records transferred to it for archiving. signed by governor
SB952 Lake Anna; names six bridges in vicinity. signed by governor
SB953 Virginia Index of Performance program; Board of Education to encourage achievement in science, etc. signed by governor
SB954 Juvenile work programs; adds additional members to committee reviewing those employing offenders. signed by governor
SB955 Craney Island Disposal Area; Port Authority to take material dredged during expansion and dispose. stricken
SB956 Criminal history record information; Department of Rehabilitative Services to obtain for employment. signed by governor
SB957 Real estate tax rates; authorizes City of Poquoson to impose on improvements to real property. signed by governor
SB958 Veterans care centers; removes requirement for Commissioner to establish an advisory committee. signed by governor
SB959 Vital records; certified copies for veterans or his survivor, free of charge. signed by governor
SB960 Children's hospitals; definition. signed by governor
SB961 Virginia Water Protection Permit; fee exemption for U.S. Navy dredging projects. signed by governor
SB962 Methamphetamines; possession of certain substances with intent to manufacture, penalty. dead
SB963 Aquaculture opportunity zones; removes authority of MRC to establish commercial shellfish zones. signed by governor
SB964 Coastal resource management; Marine Resources Commission, et al., to develop integrated guidance. signed by governor
SB965 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for spaceport activities. signed by governor
SB966 Public schools; physical education requirement, exception. vetoed by governor
SB967 Family life education; requires school division to implement standards of learning program. dead
SB968 Endangered and threatened species; consolidates various programs administered by VDACS, et al. stricken
SB969 Local Defense Manufacturing Zones; created, allows local governments to designate. stricken
SB970 Local Defense Manufacturing Zones; created, allows local governments to designate. incorporated
SB971 Virginia Commonwealth University; board of visitors to convey certain property to City of Richmond. signed by governor
SB972 Retail Sales & Use & transient occupancy taxes; taxes on room rentals computed based on total price. dead
SB973 Weights and measures; imposition of fee used for inspecting and testing petroleum dispensing pumps. dead
SB974 Income tax, state; agricultural best management practices tax credits. signed by governor
SB975 Voluntary Solar Resource Development Fund; established. enacted
SB976 Nursing homes; required by Board of Health to send notices and information about family council. signed by governor
SB977 Nursing homes; investigation of complaints by VDH, in-person interviews of residents. stricken
SB978 FAMIS Plan; eligibility. dead
SB979 Land preservation tax credit; DCR to report on land qualifying for credit to protect water quality. signed by governor
SB980 Transient occupancy tax; extends sunset date provision for additional tax in Arlington County. dead
SB981 Renewable energy sources; tax credit for producing energy, exception. dead
SB982 Endangered and threatened species; Board of Game and Inland Fisheries to adopt regulations. signed by governor
SB983 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; common interest communities, etc. signed by governor
SB984 Transient occupancy tax; Counties of Brunswick and Washington authorized to impose. signed by governor
SB985 Housing Development Authority Act; terms and conditions of purchases, etc., to lenders of mortgages. signed by governor
SB986 Certificate of public need; exempts Veterans Services facilities. signed by governor
SB987 Real property tax; exemption for disabled veterans. enacted
SB988 Health Care, Joint Commission on; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
SB989 Sheriffs & jail superintendents; written reports also to be received by local community boards, etc. stricken
SB990 Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services; regulation of fertilizer. signed by governor
SB991 Acquisition of title to an abandoned vessel; changes notification procedures. signed by governor
SB992 Marijuana, imitation; same penalties for sale, gift, distribution, etc., as for marijuana. incorporated
SB993 Motor vehicle emissions; testing procedures. in committee
SB994 Best interests of child; jurisdiction to resolve a dispute how child shall be educated. in subcommittee
SB995 Special combined individual sportfishing licenses; boat license. signed by governor
SB996 Cash proffers; acceptance by localities. in committee
SB997 Street construction; no bond, escrow, etc., may be released until streets are accepted by agency. dead
SB998 Income tax, corporate; lower rate for certain businesses. dead
SB999 Local Defense Production Zone; created and creates a separate classification of machinery and tools. signed by governor
SB1000 Alcoholic beverage control; definition of chaptalization and cider. signed by governor
SB1001 Corrections, State Board of; powers and duties. signed by governor
SB1002 Vehicle emissions inspection program; provides for an on-road clean screen program. passed committee
SB1003 Service of notices from DMV; fee for renewal of driver's license, exchange of license plates. signed by governor
SB1004 Transportation agency efficiencies & cost recoveries; exempts VDOT, etc., paying remote access fee. signed by governor
SB1005 Transportation Commissioner; changes title to Commissioner of Highways, report. signed by governor
SB1006 Income tax, corporate; market-based sourcing. in committee
SB1007 Permit fees for solid waste facilities; establishes same fee structure for sanitary landfills, etc. signed by governor
SB1008 Retirement System; creates an optional defined contribution retirement plan for state employees. in committee
SB1009 Mortgage loan originators; prohibits SCC from issuing provisional licenses on or after July 1, 2011. signed by governor
SB1010 Unemployment benefits; minimum earnings requirement, postpones scheduled increase. signed by governor
SB1011 Low-income residential customers; investor-owned electric utilities to offer reduced rates. passed committee
SB1012 Marijuana plants; when seizure of 10 or more, law-enforcement agency may destroy. in subcommittee
SB1013 License plates, special; eliminates fee for issuance or renewal of Purple Heart license plates. signed by governor
SB1014 Dental hygienists; extension of educational and preventive care protocol. signed by governor
SB1015 Insurance policies; exemptions of large commercial risks. signed by governor
SB1016 Public Procurement Act; establishment of historically underutilized business zones (HUB zones). dead
SB1017 Game & Inland Fisheries, Board of; to introduce new species of game, approval by local government. enacted
SB1018 Vehicle race; raises penalty for causing death of another person while engaging. dead
SB1019 Fire Prevention; transfers to Fire Services Board authority for approving fee structure. stricken
SB1020 Driver's license reinstatement fees; additional fees for persons with multiple suspensions, etc. signed by governor
SB1021 Virginia Water Protection Permit; state agencies asked to review to provide comments within 45 days. enacted
SB1022 Retirement System; creditable compensation of teachers. dead
SB1023 Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; authority to create damage stamp compensation program. incorporated
SB1024 Drinking water community confidence reports; publication. enacted
SB1025 Coal surface mining operations; authority to issue pollutant discharge elimination permits. signed by governor
SB1026 Agricultural animals; care by owner, penalty. signed by governor
SB1027 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; tax credit for hiring recipients thereof. dead
SB1028 Drug treatment courts; established in various counties. dead
SB1029 Health records; health care providers who prescribe or dispense controlled substances. enacted
SB1030 Primaries; state will reimburse localities for costs of statewide and federal elections. dead
SB1031 Public schools; allows local school divisions to keep any funds from State for use next year. dead
SB1032 Revenue Stabilization Fund; Auditor of Public Accounts to calculate maximum size of Fund. signed by governor
SB1033 Continuing care retirement community; no less than 20% of board shall be residents of facility. in committee
SB1034 HOV lanes; use by vehicle with clean special fuel license plates. dead
SB1035 Open container of alcohol; passenger in motor vehicle shall not possess, civil penalty. dead
SB1036 Direct recording electronic voting machines (DREs); localities to modify to meet legal mandates. signed by governor
SB1037 Foster care plan; eliminates independent living as permanency goal option. signed by governor
SB1038 Foster care; allows child placed in care to remain at his original school. signed by governor
SB1039 Certificate of public need; removes an exception for requirements for certain nursing facilities. signed by governor
SB1040 Foster care; placement of child through an agreement between parents and local board. signed by governor
SB1041 Breach of medical information; adds private entities are required to provide notice. in committee
SB1042 Handheld personal communications device; texting while driving. dead
SB1043 Claims; certain employees of the Prince William Health Department. in committee
SB1044 Highway maintenance allocations; allocation by CTB for maintenance of assets. dead
SB1045 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain computer equipment and enabling software. dead
SB1046 Retirement System; benefits for law-enforcement retirees hired as school board security personnel. dead
SB1047 Driver's license holders, provisional; makes cell phone use while driving a primary offense. dead
SB1048 HOT lane construction contracts; requirements for minimum average speed for vehicles using facility. dead
SB1049 Public Procurement Act; state agencies to include in contract that contractor use E-Verify program. signed by governor
SB1050 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; criteria for grants or loans from Fund. incorporated
SB1051 Elections; extension of polling hours. dead
SB1052 Domestic absentee voters; provide information concerning legal residence in Virginia. stricken
SB1053 General fund balance; assignment of year-end general fund surplus. dead
SB1054 Civics Education, Commission on; continuation of Commission until July 1, 2012. signed by governor
SB1055 Fertilizer; regulation of application and labeling, report. signed by governor
SB1056 Wastewater treatment; State Water Control Board develop policies eliminating wastewater discharges. dead
SB1057 State agencies; reports to General Assembly. enacted
SB1058 Air emissions; repeal of laws and regulations related to Clean Air Interstate Rule. signed by governor
SB1059 Master Settlement Agreement; regulation of cigarette manufacturers. enacted
SB1060 Impounding structure; determination of hazard potential classification, development of permit. signed by governor
SB1061 State employee health insurance plan; coverage for autism spectrum disorder. stricken
SB1062 Health insurance; mandated coverage for autism spectrum disorder. signed by governor
SB1063 Veterans and military servicemembers; specialty treatment procedures. enacted
SB1064 Erosion & sediment control plans; may charge fee to cover costs associated with certain review, etc. signed by governor
SB1065 Charter; Town of Narrows. signed by governor
SB1066 Judicial retirement; mandatory retirement. dead
SB1067 Unauthorized practice of law; increases statute of limitations on prosecutions. signed by governor
SB1068 Circuit court clerks; collection of fees. signed by governor
SB1069 Virginia Code Commission; changes appointment authority. enacted
SB1070 Small businesses; clarifies process review of existing regulations. signed by governor
SB1071 Irrevocable trusts; trustee's power to appoint assets into second trust. in subcommittee
SB1072 Inter vivos QTIP trusts; if established by donor spouse not to be included in estate. signed by governor
SB1073 Real estate tax relief; for the elderly and permanently and totally disabled. signed by governor
SB1074 Tuition, in-state; person of other state meeting requirements called to National Guard is eligible. signed by governor
SB1075 Administrative suspension of license; changes period upon arrest for a DUI from seven to 60 days. in subcommittee
SB1076 Elections; recount procedures. signed by governor
SB1077 International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement examinations; clarifies eligibility for credit. signed by governor
SB1078 Child care; administration of certain medicines of those regulated by local government. signed by governor
SB1079 Cattle Industry Board; name change to Beef Industry Council. signed by governor
SB1080 Virginia Condominium Act; limitation of future sales as smoke-free units. stricken
SB1081 Charter; Town of Dayton. signed by governor
SB1082 Marijuana, synthetic; added to Schedule I, penalty for possession. incorporated
SB1083 ABC; exemption from payment of tax on wine and alcoholic beverages shipped out of state. signed by governor
SB1084 Concealed handgun permittee information; prohibits clerk of court from disclosing information. in subcommittee
SB1085 Cigarette tax; Tax Commissioner shall convene a working group to review current policies, report. signed by governor
SB1086 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; exemption to include certain four-wheel plug-in electric vehicles. dead
SB1087 Land preservation tax credits; requires use of licensed transfer agent to transfer to taxpayer. incorporated
SB1088 Land preservation tax credits; refunded by the Tax Commissioner. in committee
SB1089 Psychological tests; court may, upon motion, seal test received in evidence. in subcommittee
SB1090 Virginia-grown food products; purchase by state agencies and institutions, etc. stricken
SB1091 Protective orders; expands class of persons who may be issued order from victims of stalking, etc. incorporated
SB1092 Agricultural and Forestal Districts Act; creates program administrator, review of applications. signed by governor
SB1093 Assisted living facilities; may continue to operate with an acting administrator. signed by governor
SB1094 Youth health risk survey; Department of Health to develop and notify parents of students selected. signed by governor
SB1095 Schedule II, etc., controlled substances; prescriber to request information about patient. stricken
SB1096 Pharmacies; shall have access to Prescription Monitoring Program. signed by governor
SB1097 Continuing education for prescriber; completion of certain coursework for renewal, etc., of license. stricken
SB1098 ABC; public warning regarding alcohol consumption during pregnancy. dead
SB1099 Stormwater nonpoint nutrient offsets; establish priorities to be used by permit issuing authorities. signed by governor
SB1100 Nutrient Offset Fund; created. signed by governor
SB1101 Income tax, state & corporate; tax credit for using livestock waste nutrient to produce electricity. dead
SB1102 Point source nutrient trading; shall not be subject to a two-for-one trading ratio. signed by governor
SB1103 Forensic Science, Department of; powers and duties. signed by governor
SB1104 Open-space land; expands definition. signed by governor
SB1105 Virginia Farmland Preservation Fund; created. signed by governor
SB1106 Centralized fleet; Department of General Services, et al., to promulgate minimum mileage standards. signed by governor
SB1107 Public Procurement Act; increases small purchases exemption. signed by governor
SB1108 Home food inspections; exempts private home whose resident processes honey produced from hives. signed by governor
SB1109 Inmate labor; authorizes use thereof at rest areas along Interstate Highway System. signed by governor
SB1110 UVA; to make full use of additional financial authority granted in management agreement. signed by governor
SB1111 Virginia Coal Employment and Production Incentive Tax Credit; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
SB1112 Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs); duties and responsibilities. signed by governor
SB1113 Unemployment compensation; eliminates requirement that certain benefits be reduced by 50 percent. signed by governor
SB1114 DGS; review of proposed use and occupancy of real property by state agencies. signed by governor
SB1115 Retirement System; optional defined contribution retirement program for state & local employees. in committee
SB1116 Laboratory results; authority to provide directly to insurance carrier, etc. passed
SB1117 Death certificates; allows supervised nurse practitioners and physician assistants to sign. signed by governor
SB1118 DUI ignition interlock; person convicted is required to have on first offense, restricted license. dead
SB1119 Permit compliance; Department of Environmental Quality increases limit of civil penalty issued. vetoed by governor
SB1120 Judgment lien; court shall not decree real estate to be sold to enforce. in subcommittee
SB1121 Local government; establishment and administration of personnel system. dead
SB1122 State employees; health insurance benefits. dead
SB1123 Wireless E-911 surcharge; required to be remitted to Department of Taxation. signed by governor
SB1124 Gross premiums of certain insurance; administration of tax. enacted
SB1125 Labor organization representation; right to vote by secret ballot. dead
SB1126 Public Procurement Act; transportation-related construction projects. signed by governor
SB1127 Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002; review of proposals. signed by governor
SB1128 National Guard; failure to report for duty, penalty. signed by governor
SB1129 Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit program; extends sunset date. signed by governor
SB1130 Taxation; removes obsolete language from various sections of Title 58.1. enacted
SB1131 State Corporation Commission; prohibited conflicts of interest. signed by governor
SB1132 Motor vehicle rental tax; shall be determined by Tax Commissioner, exemptions. signed by governor
SB1133 Filled subaqueous bottomlands; Marine Resources Commission to convey title if lawfully deposited. signed by governor
SB1134 Offshore Wind Development Authority; membership. signed by governor
SB1135 Transportation Board; powers and duties. signed by governor
SB1136 Income tax, state; international trade facility tax credit. signed by governor
SB1137 Virginia Fuels Tax Act; definition of commercial watercraft. signed by governor
SB1138 Charter; City of Portsmouth. signed by governor
SB1139 Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation; updates powers and duties. signed by governor
SB1140 Bad checks; person writing for child or spousal support is subject to criminal penalties. in subcommittee
SB1141 Child abduction; money, property, etc., owned by person are subject to lawful seizure, etc. enacted
SB1142 Criminal case; allows court to defer disposition. in subcommittee
SB1143 Child support; court shall make determination and enter an order at initial court date. in subcommittee
SB1144 Drivers license holders; DMV-required examinations of holders thought to be incompetent. signed by governor
SB1145 Sexual abuse; limitations period. signed by governor
SB1146 Dentists; sedation and anesthesia permits. signed by governor
SB1147 Health professions; social security numbers for investigations. signed by governor
SB1148 Rehabilitative Services, Department of; powers and duties. signed by governor
SB1149 Certificate of public need; Commissioner of Health to approve request to amend certain conditions. signed by governor
SB1150 Schedule II drugs; identification required for filling prescriptions. signed by governor
SB1151 Surgical assistants; required to be licensed by Board of Medicine, Advisory Board created. dead
SB1152 Assessments in dispute; accrual of interest. signed by governor
SB1153 Land preservation tax credit; credit shall not be reduced by amount of unused credit in prior year. signed by governor
SB1154 License plates, special; DMV identify those which portion of fee benefits charitable organization. stricken
SB1155 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; supplemental allowance paid to certain members. dead
SB1156 General registrar, electoral board, and their employees; exemption from jury service. signed by governor
SB1157 Citations for vehicle equipment violations; if defects are remedied within 24 hours, case dismissed. in subcommittee
SB1158 Primary schedule in 2011; moves primary date to September 13, 2011 in anticipation of redistricting. stricken
SB1159 Charter; City of Hopewell. enacted
SB1160 Water and sewer systems; authority may require adjacent property owners to connect their buildings. signed by governor
SB1161 The Road to Revolution; adds Leatherwood Plantation in Henry County to this heritage trail. signed by governor
SB1162 Warrantless arrest; special agents authority to arrest person committing crime in his presence. signed by governor
SB1163 Criminal Justice Services Board and Department of Criminal Justice Services; powers and duties. enacted
SB1164 Illegal gambling; amends definition. incorporated
SB1165 Electric utility service; termination of service of customers with a serious medical condition. signed by governor
SB1166 Juvenile Justice, Department of; confidentiality of records. signed by governor
SB1167 HOT lanes; when a vehicle crashes on certain interstates, driver must move to nearest pull-off area. dead
SB1168 Juvenile; may be detained in secure facility for violation if fail to adhere to conditions of court. signed by governor
SB1169 Subpoenaed nonjudicial records; party requesting is liable for charges. in subcommittee
SB1170 Commitment on parole supervision; court services unit to consult with local department. signed by governor
SB1171 Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth & Families, State Executive Council for; powers and duties. signed by governor
SB1172 Tracking devices; Department of Criminal Justices establish training standards. dead
SB1173 Planning and Budget, Department of; reestimate of agency needs. dead
SB1174 Public Procurement Act; provisions for construction contracts involving certain schools. stricken
SB1175 Disabled individuals; taxation of trusts established therefor. dead
SB1176 Claims; Michele G. Stevener. in committee
SB1177 Public Procurement Act; use of best value contracting by localities. in committee
SB1178 Child welfare; placement of children. signed by governor
SB1179 Trespassing vehicles; regulation of removal by localities. dead
SB1180 Pretrial deposition; creates a mechanism of a witness who is unavailable because of sickness, etc. dead
SB1181 DUI; raises penalty for maiming, etc. dead
SB1182 Bar Examiners, Board of; expands methods of submitting an application to take bar exam. signed by governor
SB1183 Legislative sessions; no bills may introduced in an odd-year regular session, exception. dead
SB1184 Certificates of analysis; adds Forensic Document Laboratory as authorized lab in criminal matters. signed by governor
SB1185 Sex offenders; prohibiting entry onto school grounds during school-related activities. enacted
SB1186 Marijuana, synthetic; penalties for possession, intent to sell, distribute, etc. incorporated
SB1187 Law-enforcement training; reimbursement for. in subcommittee
SB1188 Aircraft sales and use tax; exemption for qualified companies headquartered in Virginia. signed by governor
SB1189 Charter; City of Williamsburg. signed by governor
SB1190 Aquaculture production activities; authority of local governments. dead
SB1191 Motor vehicle dealers and manufacturers; places limitations and conditions on relationship. enacted
SB1192 Alcoholic beverage control; ownership interests of manufacturers. in subcommittee
SB1193 Tourism zones; tax revenues for tourism projects. signed by governor
SB1194 Income tax, corporate; tax credits for donations to nonprofit organizations providing scholarships. dead
SB1195 Illegal gambling; amends definition. signed by governor
SB1196 Voter registration system; State Board of Elections may share voter information with other states. signed by governor
SB1197 DNA data bank; modifies entities to which Department of Forensic Science may release information. signed by governor
SB1198 Communications intercepts; broadens court jurisdiction of order sought by Attorney General. signed by governor
SB1199 Victims of domestic violence; expands Address Confidentiality Program to all jurisdictions in State. signed by governor
SB1200 Criminal law; redefinition of triggerman rule, penalty. in subcommittee
SB1201 Medicaid; JLARC to study feasibility, etc., of withdrawal in favor of state-run program. in subcommittee
SB1202 Health benefits exchanges; abortion coverage not permitted. in committee
SB1203 Primary elections; political party shall pay costs. dead
SB1204 Cash proffers; allows an award of fees, etc., to prevailing party when contesting certain actions. signed by governor
SB1205 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for sales of nongraded U.S. gold or silver bullion coins. dead
SB1206 Traffic impact analysis; removes certain requirements. signed by governor
SB1207 Unborn children; constitutionally guaranteed rights. in committee
SB1208 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; court order plea. in subcommittee
SB1209 Personal jurisdiction or defective process; waiver of objection. signed by governor
SB1210 Motor fuel inspection; affixation of decal showing state and federal taxes. passed committee
SB1211 Mennel Milling Company; DGS to convey certain real property located in Roanoke County. signed by governor
SB1212 Certificate of public need; Commissioner of Health to approve request to amend certain conditions. signed by governor
SB1213 Voter registration applications; Board of Elections to make available where fishing license is sold. signed by governor
SB1214 Attorney General; investigation of complaints of abuse of person in care of others. signed by governor
SB1215 Medicaid fraud; restitution. signed by governor
SB1216 Delinquent sewer & water fees; authority to provide 30 days notice prior to recording lien. signed by governor
SB1217 Abortion; person who forces or coerces pregnant female against her will is guilty of misdemeanor. in committee
SB1218 Nominating candidates; political parties to determine method. dead
SB1219 Medical services at hospitals; charges by physician & surgeon who are not members of provider panel. in subcommittee
SB1220 Va. Residential Landlord Tenant Act; landlord to provide notice to tenant in event of foreclosure. signed by governor
SB1221 Local rezoning actions; limited review by VDOT. signed by governor
SB1222 Protective orders; expands class of persons eligible to obtain. signed by governor
SB1223 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Funding Pool; established. signed by governor
SB1224 TANF; establishes Fund, State to support agencies, etc., seeking to assist low-income Virginians. enacted
SB1225 DMV offices and agencies; agreements with commissioner of the revenue, treasurers, or localities. incorporated
SB1226 Commissioners of the revenue; powers and duties. signed by governor
SB1227 Electronic visitation and messaging with prisoners; sheriffs, etc., to charge fee for use. signed by governor
SB1228 Water and sewer charges; charges imposed by Town of Clifton Forge shall be lien on real estate. signed by governor
SB1229 Clean Energy Manufacturing Incentive Grant Program; created. incorporated
SB1230 Hearings in Supreme Court of Virginia; complaints filed by Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission. in subcommittee
SB1231 Public infrastructure maintenance bonds; City of Charlottesville may require from developers, etc. signed by governor
SB1232 Land preservation tax credits; changes to procedures. signed by governor
SB1233 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; adds certain conservation officers as members. dead
SB1234 Bicycle operation; City of Charlottesville to permit in both directions of traffic on one-way roads. dead
SB1235 Charitable organizations; exemptions to reporting requirements for certain veterans' posts, etc. signed by governor
SB1236 Income tax, state; clean fuel vehicle job creation tax credit. signed by governor
SB1237 Ground water withdrawal permit fees; increases maximum amount State Water Control Board can charge. dead
SB1238 TANF; eligibility for assistance when convicted of drug-related felonies. dead
SB1239 Personal Information Privacy Act; makes several amendments to Act. stricken
SB1240 Courts; establishes new boundaries for judicial circuits and districts. dead
SB1241 Medical services; State's lien for payment. dead
SB1242 Transportation; creates additional revenue by increasing motor vehicle sales & use and rental taxes. dead
SB1243 Barrier crimes; listing of crimes. dead
SB1244 Common Interest Community Board; provisional common interest community manager licenses. incorporated
SB1245 Registered nurses; provisional licensure for applicant. signed by governor
SB1246 Presidential primary; moves date to first Tuesday in March. signed by governor
SB1247 Commonwealth, Secretary of the; acceptance of certain electronic signatures. signed by governor
SB1248 Passing a stopped school bus; punishes as reckless driving. incorporated
SB1249 ABC; designates distillery licensee certified as an organic distillery to be an agent of ABC Board. signed by governor
SB1250 Firearms; regulation by state entities. in subcommittee
SB1251 Electronic tracking devices; prohibits person from placing in or on vehicle, penalty. in subcommittee
SB1252 Voter registration; certain overseas voters. incorporated
SB1253 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; control of association by declarant. in committee
SB1254 Uniform Statewide Building Code; locality to reduce permit fees levied for construction, etc. dead
SB1255 Freedom of Information Act; exempts certain records provided to Attorney General from disclosure. signed by governor
SB1256 Authorities for development of former federal areas; dissolution. signed by governor
SB1257 Real property; DGS to inventory all property owned and update at least annually. signed by governor
SB1258 Prisoners; mandatory testing for human immunodeficiency virus. signed by governor
SB1259 Virginia Fusion Intelligence Center; changes requirement that data be reviewed every three years. signed by governor
SB1260 Child pornography; possession by law-enforcement agency. signed by governor
SB1261 Fair Housing Law; concurrence of Office of Attorney General to determine housing discrimination. stricken
SB1262 Va. Fraud Against Taxpayers Act; designee of Attorney General may issue civil investigative demands. signed by governor
SB1263 Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security, Secretary of; establishes position. enacted
SB1264 Income tax, state; farm wineries and vineyards tax credit. signed by governor
SB1265 Professional Soil Scientists and Wetland Professionals, Board for; licensed soil scientists. enacted
SB1266 Size and weight compliance agents; citations for overweight vehicles. signed by governor
SB1267 Contraband and unstamped cigarettes; decreases threshold possession amount that triggers jail time. dead
SB1268 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement; bond requirements and escrow payments by certain manufacturers. signed by governor
SB1269 Autism Advisory Council; created, report. signed by governor
SB1270 Standards of Quality; flexibility to use funds for staffing related to math, reading, etc. signed by governor
SB1271 Auditor of Public Accounts; required to review collection, etc., of local retail sales & use tax. signed by governor
SB1272 Alcoholic beverage control; privatization of ABC stores. dead
SB1273 Minority Business Enterprise, Department of; small, women-owned, and minority-owned businesses. enacted
SB1274 Court records; secure remote access restrictions do not apply to secure access by attorneys, etc. signed by governor
SB1275 Sexually violent predators; procedure for rescission of respondent's refusal for examination. signed by governor
SB1276 Local disability services; agencies may convene local interagency services teams. signed by governor
SB1277 Onsite treatment works; Department of Health oversight of requirements for review. stricken
SB1278 Airports and landing areas; provides for removal of natural growth at grandfathered airports. signed by governor
SB1279 Tuition, in-state; eligibility for spouse of an active duty military service member. enacted
SB1280 Boards, commissions, and councils; makes policy improvements and clarifications. signed by governor
SB1281 Commercial drivers licenses; revises statutes for issuance of overweight and oversize permits. signed by governor
SB1282 Income tax, state; barge and rail usage tax credit. enacted
SB1283 Year-end surplus of general fund balance; changes priority of assignment. stricken
SB1284 Real estate lending; creditworthiness of victims of Chinese drywall. stricken
SB1285 Highway contractors; state taxes paid to be dedicated for transportation purposes. stricken
SB1286 Medicaid; DMAS to continue efforts to expand managed care of recipients throughout State. stricken
SB1287 Jails; localities responsibility to pay jail expenses. signed by governor
SB1288 Electronic Work Verification Program, federal; public contractors to register. incorporated
SB1289 Tuition; eligibility for in-state veterans who elect to establish Virginia residence. incorporated
SB1290 Pearl Harbor Memorial Highway; designating as I-664 and I-264 in Hampton Roads Highway District. signed by governor
SB1291 Continuing care retirement community; no less than 20% of board shall be residents of facility. stricken
SB1292 Alcoholic beverage control; consumption of lawfully acquired wine at licensed establishments. signed by governor
SB1293 Disabled parking placards; valid for no more than five years. stricken
SB1294 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practice for supplier to sell defective drywall. signed by governor
SB1295 Transportation funding; provides new and increased taxes, tolls, and general fund revenues. stricken
SB1296 Freedom of Information Act; record and meeting exemption for certain commissions. signed by governor
SB1297 State Law Library; responsibility for placement of certain law books. signed by governor
SB1298 Virginia Pollution Abatement Permit; inspection requirements. signed by governor
SB1299 Fishing; if person is in interjurisdictional inland waters he is subject to laws of jurisdiction. signed by governor
SB1300 DCR; authorized to divest itself of certain properties conveyed to it by Norfolk Southern Railroad. signed by governor
SB1301 Public Procurement Act; exemptions for certain transactions. signed by governor
SB1302 Special meeting notification; member of local governing body to be notified via electronic mail. signed by governor
SB1303 Air pollution; Board shall develop a model ordinance to regulate outdoor hydronic heaters, etc. dead
SB1304 Electronic transfer of funds; required approval to transfer into consumer deposit account. stricken
SB1305 Virginia Sickness and Disability Program; open-enrollment period. dead
SB1306 Higher Educational Institutions; Virginia College Building Authority to issue credit enhancements. dead
SB1307 Interbasin waters transfers; establishes a procedure. stricken
SB1308 Alcoholic beverage control; referendum on mixed beverage sales in counties. signed by governor
SB1309 Virginia Resources Authority; modifies provisions to conform to Public Finance Act. signed by governor
SB1310 Coal Mine Safety Act; updated to reflect current federal law and industry standards, penalty. enacted
SB1311 Dental school faculty; licensure. stricken
SB1312 Derelict buildings; authority of locality to appoint receivers to repair. in committee
SB1313 Income tax, corporate; tax credit to employers that provide employee transportation assistance. dead
SB1314 Fraud Against Taxpayers Act; repeals certain authority of Attorney General. incorporated
SB1315 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; contract between political subdivision and beneficiary. signed by governor
SB1316 Sentence credits; allows a maximum of seven and one-half for each 30 days served. in subcommittee
SB1317 Prescription requirements; treatment of sexually transmitted disease. stricken
SB1318 Sex offenders; prohibiting entry onto school grounds during school-related activities. signed by governor
SB1319 Insurance companies; investments in derivative transactions, etc. dead
SB1320 Charter schools; allows employees to choose whether to participate in Virginia Retirement System. in subcommittee
SB1321 Certificate of public need; relocation of nursing home beds. signed by governor
SB1322 Virginia Research and Technology Investment Program; created, report. incorporated
SB1323 Common interest communities; payment of resale disclosure packet fees. signed by governor
SB1324 Incapacitated or elder adults; person who commits crimes against is guilty of misdemeanor. dead
SB1325 Financial exploitation of elderly or vulnerable adults; penalty. in subcommittee
SB1326 Income tax, state; research and development expenses tax credit. signed by governor
SB1327 Common interest communities; court may enter default judgment against unit owner on sworn affidavit. signed by governor
SB1328 Magistrates; ascertaining citizenship of arrested persons. in subcommittee
SB1329 Highway revenue sharing construction funds; removes $1 million cap. incorporated
SB1330 Medical malpractice action; plaintiff must provide defendant certification form within so many days. in subcommittee
SB1331 Speed limits; certain municipalities may increase or decrease on highways following investigation. signed by governor
SB1332 Virginia Racing Commission; limited licenses, licensing of limited duration meetings. incorporated
SB1333 Virginia Racing Commission; powers and duties; allocation of retainage. incorporated
SB1334 State military laws; several technical changes and amendments. signed by governor
SB1335 Income tax, corporate; telework expenses tax credit. signed by governor
SB1336 Aerospace Advisory Council; membership. signed by governor
SB1337 Freedom of Information Act; exempts Commercial Space Flight Authority from disclosure requirements. signed by governor
SB1338 Governor; submission of financial plan to General Assembly. dead
SB1339 Urban development areas; population projections. signed by governor
SB1340 Elections; acquisition of voting equipment by localities. signed by governor
SB1341 Locksmiths; licensure and registration. dead
SB1342 Uniform Statewide Building Code; buildings used by fraternal organizations. in committee
SB1343 Retail Sales and Use Tax; commercial and industrial exemptions. signed by governor
SB1344 Historic Triangle area; additional transient occupancy tax. signed by governor
SB1345 Legislative Services, Division of; provide support only to commissions created by General Assembly. dead
SB1346 Elections; distribution of mail voter registration application forms. incorporated
SB1347 Virginia Racing Commission; authorizes wagering on horse historical racing. dead
SB1348 Enterprise zone incentive grants; policies and procedures for allocation. signed by governor
SB1349 Small Business Financing Authority; definition of eligible business. passed committee
SB1350 Real property tax assessments; appeals. signed by governor
SB1351 Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits answering a call unless in hands-free mode. dead
SB1352 Local governments; private capital lending. signed by governor
SB1353 Appropriation bills; Chairmen of House Appropriations & Senate Finance Committees to issue reports. dead
SB1354 Grass and weeds; adds James City County to list authorized to require cutting on occupied property. signed by governor
SB1355 General Assembly; compensation during regular session extension. dead
SB1356 Limited liability companies; derivative actions. signed by governor
SB1357 Veterans Services Officer pilot program; Commissioner of Dept. of Veterans Services to establish. dead
SB1358 Real property tax; exemption for disabled veterans. incorporated
SB1359 Insurance premiums tax; retaliatory costs tax credit. enacted
SB1360 Clean Energy Manufacturing Incentive Grant Program; created. enacted
SB1361 Spouse of member of armed forces; provides extension of expiration of certain licenses, etc. signed by governor
SB1362 Virginia College Savings Plan; clarifies roles of two advisory committees to Board, annual report. signed by governor
SB1363 Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; increases amount, students enrollment requirements. dead
SB1364 Protective orders; definition, makes numerous changes to laws governing family abuse, etc. incorporated
SB1365 Virginia small business investment companies; state insurance license tax credit. in committee
SB1366 Health benefits exchange; intent to develop. passed house
SB1367 Motor vehicle title loans; loans to nonresidents. signed by governor
SB1368 Telecommunications services; eliminates certain requirements. signed by governor
SB1369 Clerks; may provide official certificates and certified records in digital form, etc. signed by governor
SB1370 Highway rumble strips; requires installation along all highways with speed limits of 55 mph or more. in committee
SB1371 Capital outlay plan; sets forth 6-year plan for project funded entirely from general fund resources. dead
SB1372 Motor Vehicle Transaction Recovery Fund; increases maximum claim of one judgment creditor. in committee
SB1373 Cannabinoids, synthetic; penalties for possession, sale, etc. incorporated
SB1374 Social work; unlawful for person not licensed by Board of Social Work to use title social worker. stricken
SB1375 Contractors, Board for; regulation of building analysts. enacted
SB1376 Hunter safety education; requires 18 year old or younger to pass before obtaining hunting license. stricken
SB1377 Claims-made liability insurance policies; prohibits an insurer from denying coverage. in committee
SB1378 Unborn children; constitutionally guaranteed rights. in committee
SB1379 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; criteria for grants or loans from Fund. signed by governor
SB1380 Agriculture and Consumer Services, Board of; presidents of VPISU & VSU may appoint designees, etc. signed by governor
SB1381 Sovereign immunity; State, etc., have appeal right to Supreme Court of any order denying a plea. in subcommittee
SB1382 State agency mandates; assessment imposed on local governments. signed by governor
SB1383 Retirement System; certain retirees hired as law-enforcement officers of certain towns. dead
SB1384 State's tax code; advances conformity with federal law. enacted
SB1385 Year-end surplus of general fund balance; changes priority of assignment. dead
SB1386 Lottery Proceeds Fund; appropriates a portion to Department of Veterans Services. dead
SB1387 Automobile clubs; exempts an entity from licensing and other requirements under certain conditions. signed by governor
SB1388 Retained asset accounts; to provide beneficiary at time a claim is made. signed by governor
SB1389 Driver information; DMV to release to Virginia Council of Girl Scouts about volunteers. signed by governor
SB1390 Life insurance; specified disease coverage or limited benefit health coverage. signed by governor
SB1391 Tuition, in-state; eligibility for veterans who elect to establish Virginia as residence. incorporated
SB1392 Electric generation facilities; incentives for construction of using coalbed methane gas. signed by governor
SB1393 Utility poles; vehicles transporting do not need over-length permits and escort vehicles. stricken
SB1394 State sales & use tax revenue; dedicates portion for transportation projects in Hampton Roads, etc. in committee
SB1395 Handgun; Class 1 misdemeanor for carrying while under influence of alcohol or drugs. dead
SB1396 Podiatry; expands definition. signed by governor
SB1397 Homeowners associations; funds for highway maintenance to be distributed. dead
SB1398 Coalbed methane gas; conflicting claims to ownership. dead
SB1399 Veterans Services, Department of; ratio of department staff to veterans residing in State. signed by governor
SB1400 Fort Monroe Authority Act; created. signed by governor
SB1401 Unemployment benefits; eligibility criteria. dead
SB1402 Law-enforcement officer; definition. dead
SB1403 Income tax, corporate; eliminates State's tax for taxable years beginning January 1, 2011. dead
SB1404 Income tax, state; clean fuel vehicle job creation tax credit. incorporated
SB1405 Alcoholic Beverage Control; allows retail licensees to give gifts of alcohol to patrons. dead
SB1406 Impounding structure; definition, exempts certain dams. incorporated
SB1407 Line of Duty Act; fire company personnel of National Guard and Air National Guard. dead
SB1408 Business, professional, occupational license tax; exemption for unprofitable business. signed by governor
SB1409 Sex offender registry; if person 18 must register if convicted of consensual sex with 15 year old. dead
SB1410 Confederate graves, etc.; provides funds for maintenance at Portsmouth Cedar Grove Cemetery. signed by governor
SB1411 Bad checks; person writing for payment of rent is subject to criminal penalties. in subcommittee
SB1412 Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board; increases voting membership. signed by governor
SB1413 State Corporation Commission staff; discovery of settlement negotiations. dead
SB1414 Virginia Liaison Office; changes title to Office of Intergovernmental Affairs. enacted
SB1415 Methamphetamines; manufacturing, selling, giving, possessing with intent to manufacture, penalties. dead
SB1416 Vehicles damaged by water; increases threshold for reporting water damage, etc. signed by governor
SB1417 Alcoholic beverage control; privatization of government stores. dead
SB1418 State training centers & hospitals; same requirements for closure shall apply. dead
SB1419 Continuing education for prescriber; completion of certain coursework for renewal, etc., of license. stricken
SB1420 Controlled substances; mandatory reporting by prescriber. in subcommittee
SB1421 Correctional facilities, local; collection of fees and costs. in subcommittee
SB1422 Law; certain acts not deemed practice thereof. in subcommittee
SB1423 Wills & trusts; formula clauses referring to federal estate & generation-skipping transfer tax laws. signed by governor
SB1424 Virginia Public Procurement Act; action against contractor's payment bond. signed by governor
SB1425 Virginia Public Procurement Act; process for withdrawal of bid due to error. signed by governor
SB1426 Child pornography; restitution for victims. signed by governor
SB1427 Water reuse; Secretary of Natural Resources to develop guidelines that include criteria & incentive. signed by governor
SB1428 Six-Year Capital Outlay Plan; process by which agencies' requests for capital project are presented. signed by governor
SB1429 Virginia Racing Commission; net pool wagering, retainage. dead
SB1430 Motor vehicle insurance; premiums based on credit information. in committee
SB1431 Retailers of motor vehicle tires; sufficient activity to require collection of certain state taxes. signed by governor
SB1432 Income tax, state; industrial building rehabilitation tax credit. in committee
SB1433 Nursing homes; notice of liability insurance coverage. dead
SB1434 Certificate of public need; addition of nursing facility beds in Planning District 11, etc. signed by governor
SB1435 Abortion; person shall undergo ultrasound imaging and view image of her fetus. in committee
SB1436 Eminent domain; condemnor is required to provide an appraisal to owner of condemned property. signed by governor
SB1437 Motor vehicle dealers, etc.; burden of proof of evidence in hearings before DMV Commissioner. signed by governor
SB1438 Virginia Racing Commission; authorizes wagering on historical horse racing. incorporated
SB1439 Tuition Assistance Grant Program; amends criteria for higher educational institutions. signed by governor
SB1440 Commonwealth Innovation Investment Fund; created, report. in committee
SB1441 Impaired waters; requires plan developed and implemented to restore waters be controlling. signed by governor
SB1442 Income tax, state; small employer health insurance tax credit. in committee
SB1443 Public Procurement Act; establishes preference in state contracting for goods produced in State. stricken
SB1444 Prison printing shops; higher educational institutions are not required to purchase products. dead
SB1445 Fines, costs, and fees; requires cost of collecting be added to total amounts due, etc. in subcommittee
SB1446 Virginia Transportation Infrastructure Bank; created, report. enacted
SB1447 Virginia Commercial Space Flight Authority; tax revenues generated by commercial spaceflight. signed by governor
SB1448 Cambridge Advanced Exams; course credit. signed by governor
SB1449 Bisphenol A-Free Children and Babies Act; created, prohibiting sale of certain child-care products. in subcommittee
SB1450 Fillable tax forms; Tax Commissioner to ensure all are in a portable document format, etc. signed by governor
SB1451 Behavioral health services; posting of certain information to be available on its website. dead
SB1452 Local Government, Commission on; shall assist a 5-member task force to review state mandates. signed by governor
SB1453 Human trafficking; DCJS, etc., regarding identification, etc., of offenses using existing statutes. signed by governor
SB1454 General fund revenues; assignment of year-end surplus to Revenue Stabilization Fund. dead
SB1455 Amusement Device Act; excludes snow tubing parks, etc., from definition of amusement device, etc. signed by governor
SB1456 Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board; requires owners of dams to submit annual certifications. signed by governor
SB1457 Alcoholic beverage control; prorated license fees for act of God. signed by governor
SB1458 Claims; Richard Hitt and Charles P. Jarrett. signed by governor
SB1459 Virginia Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2011; established, report. enacted
SB1460 Workforce skills enhancement training program; established for unemployed workers. dead
SB1461 Universal Broadband Deployment Act; establishes process for SCC to certify priority suppliers. dead
SB1462 VDOT; review and adopt revisions to certain regulations applicable to transportation planning. enacted
SB1463 Kinesiotherapists; requires Board of Medicine to license and regulate. dead
SB1464 Medicaid; eligibility for legal permanent residents. dead
SB1465 Lawn fertilizers; regulation of application and labeling. incorporated
SB1466 Liens; water and waste authorities required to notify property owner of those that may be placed. dead
SB1467 Freedom of Information Act; criminal investigative records. in subcommittee
SB1468 Rail Transportation Development Authority; established, abolishes Rail Advisory Board. dead
SB1469 Medical malpractice; privileged communications of certain committees. signed by governor
SB1470 Sexually violent predators; conditional release of those civilly committed. dead
SB1471 Advisory boards, councils, and other advisory collegial bodies, certain; elimination. signed by governor
SB1472 Electric utilities; SCC to enter its final order in biennial rate review proceedings. signed by governor
SB1473 Business Assistance, Department of; job retraining account program created within Department. dead
SB1474 Shared work programs; established. in committee
SB1475 Water and sewer services; fees & charges imposed by Town of Leesburg to out of town customers. dead
SB1476 Charitable gaming; progressive games shall be sold and priced separately from other bingo games. dead
SB1477 Inspector General, Office of State; established. enacted
SB1478 Judicial sale of real estate; authorizes locality to institute proceedings to sell certain property. signed by governor
SB1479 Rapid re-housing pilot project; Department of Housing and Community Development to establish. stricken
SB1480 Teachers; those seeking renewal of license to complete study of civics education. stricken
SB1481 Income tax, corporate; Virginia port volume increase tax credit. enacted
SB1482 Virginia Life, Accident and Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association; surplus funds. signed by governor
SB1483 State and local government entities; limitation of authority over certain charitable organizations. enacted
SB1484 Restructured Higher Education Financial and Administrative Operations Act; use of nongeneral fund. dead
SB1485 Investment in research and technology; expands Commonwealth Research Commercialization Fund, etc. enacted
SB1486 Behavioral Health and Developmental Services Trust Fund; administration of Fund, report. signed by governor
SJ15 Constitutional amendment; two or more counties and cities may share one electoral board, etc. dead
SJ24 Constitutional amendment; powers of General Assembly (first reference). dead
SJ25 Constitutional amendment; tax exemption for buildings, etc., constructed to conserve energy. dead
SJ27 Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public use (first reference). dead
SJ52 Continuing care retirement community; SCC to study management and need for resident representation. dead
SJ62 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of nonviolent felonies. dead
SJ68 Voter registration and election system; joint subcommittee to study administration thereof. dead
SJ69 Constitutional amendment; property tax relief for certain businesses. dead
SJ88 Local government reorganization; joint subcommittee to study. dead
SJ92 Constitutional amendment; conference committee report for general appropriation bills. dead
SJ95 Constitutional amendment; forest harvesting & silvicultural activity equipment exempt from taxation. dead
SJ100 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). dead
SJ137 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). dead
SJ145 Appalachian Power; Commission on Electric Utility Regulation to study monopoly services. dead
SJ275 Commending Jackson-Feild Homes on the occasion of its 155th anniversary. passed house
SJ276 Celebrating the life of Edith R. Jones. passed house
SJ277 Celebrating the life of William Hickerson Thomas. passed house
SJ278 Celebrating the life of Yvonne Satterfield Six. passed house
SJ279 Celebrating the life of Patrice R. Calloway. passed house
SJ280 U.S. Constitution; application to U.S. Congress to call convention to propose an amendment. dead
SJ281 Commending David B. Nichols. passed house
SJ282 Commending the Rappahannock High School baseball team. passed house
SJ283 Celebrating the life of Dorothy Irene Height. passed house
SJ284 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of nonviolent felonies. dead
SJ285 Celebrating the life of Owen Bradford Pickett. passed house
SJ286 Celebrating the life of Hubert Carlyle Church, Sr. passed house
SJ287 Commending Bishop Levi Edgar Willis II. passed house
SJ288 Celebrating the life of Maxine Roberta Knight. passed house
SJ289 Celebrating the life of Marcus Alton Johnson, Sr. passed house
SJ290 Celebrating the life of Adlena Holloman Coleman. passed house
SJ291 Family History Month; designating as October, 2011, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ292 Public transportation; DRPT to evaluate level of study for improved services in Route 1 corridor. passed house
SJ293 Commending the Va Association of Counties and Va Cooperative Extension; Supervisor Certification. passed house
SJ294 Eating disorders; Joint Commission on Health Care to study those diagnosed within State, etc. dead
SJ295 Commending Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., in Virginia. passed house
SJ296 Commending Virginia's Operational Integration Cyberspace Center of Excellence and City of Hampton. passed house
SJ297 Transit-related issues; Department of Rail and Public Transportation to study those in State. passed house
SJ298 Celebrating the life of William Carroll. passed house
SJ299 Celebrating the life of John L. Roper III. passed house
SJ300 Constitutional amendment; two or more counties and cities may share one electoral board, etc. dead
SJ301 Constitutional amendment; right to a secret ballot (first reference). dead
SJ302 Celebrating the life of David Paul Randlett. passed house
SJ303 Celebrating the life of James L. Guffey. passed house
SJ304 Celebrating the life of Douglas Reed Oldham. passed house
SJ305 Celebrating the life of Brian Anthony Carderelli. passed house
SJ306 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of certain felonies. incorporated
SJ307 Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public use (first reference). dead
SJ308 Engineering curriculum; Department of Education to development in public schools, report. passed house
SJ309 Celebrating the life of United States Army Corporal William Kyle Middleton. passed house
SJ310 Celebrating the life of J. Clyde Hooker, Jr. passed house
SJ311 Celebrating the life of Walter Holladay Yeaman. passed house
SJ312 Celebrating the life of John S. Adams. passed house
SJ313 Celebrating the life of William Raymond Martin, Sr. passed house
SJ314 Celebrating the life of Irene Pratt Taylor Martin. passed house
SJ315 E-ZPass Program; subcommittee to study policies & procedures of other states participating therein. dead
SJ316 Commending Joel Christopher Robins. passed house
SJ317 Commending Ray A. Conner. passed house
SJ318 Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Cody Steven Childers. passed house
SJ319 Celebrating the life of Russell E. Jones. passed house
SJ320 Virginia school children; joint subcommittee to study academic achievement. dead
SJ321 Constitutional amendment; establishes Virginia Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
SJ322 Eating Disorder Awareness Week; designating as last full week in February 2011. passed house
SJ323 Constitutional amendment; right to work (first reference). dead
SJ324 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ325 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ326 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ327 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ328 Motor fuel tax; Center for Transportation Innovation & Research to study replacing with alternative. dead
SJ329 Economic development incentive grants; JLARC to study effectiveness in State. passed house
SJ330 Subaqueous bottomland; VIMS and VMRC to jointly study ways to better utilize those on seaside. passed house
SJ331 Light Rail Safety Day; designating as April 29, 2011, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ332 Celebrating the life of Anthony L. Taylor. passed house
SJ333 Celebrating the life of Hermanze Edwin Fauntleroy, Jr. passed house
SJ334 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Nutrient Credit Exchange Program; Secretary of Natural Resources to study. passed house
SJ335 Land conservation; JLARC to study long-term dedicated funding sources. passed house
SJ336 Celebrating the life of Katherine A. Treherne, M.D. passed house
SJ337 Celebrating the life of Mattrude Person Sharpe. passed house
SJ338 Commending Cranford United Methodist Church on the occasion of its 110th anniversary. passed house
SJ339 Commending Colonel Claude M. Schonberger, USAFR Ret. passed house
SJ340 Celebrating the life of B. Mark Fried. passed house
SJ341 Composite Index of Local Ability to Pay; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. dead
SJ342 Celebrating the life of James Riley Knight, Jr. passed house
SJ343 Commending Sheriff Clarence W. Dobson. passed house
SJ344 Constitutional amendment; personal property tax exemption on boats and watercraft (first reference). passed committee
SJ345 Independent contractors; JLARC to study misclassification of employees. passed house
SJ346 Public schools; requests Department of Education to study recycling education in schools. dead
SJ347 Commending Linda Huntley. passed house
SJ348 Sex offender registry; Virginia State Crime Commission to study requirements. passed house
SJ349 Death deeds; Virginia Bar Association to study merits of legislation authorizing transfer. dead
SJ350 Joint Subcommittee to Study Strategies and Models for Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment. dead
SJ351 Commending the Lakeland High School field hockey team. passed house
SJ352 Commending Trooper Samuel Matthew Cochran. passed house
SJ353 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds. dead
SJ354 State employee compensation; JLARC to study salary structure and pay. dead
SJ355 Zero-based budgeting; requesting Governor to consider, report. dead
SJ356 Commending the Nelson County High School volleyball team. passed house
SJ357 U.S. Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment that was proposed by Congress in 1972. dead
SJ358 Cancer Prevention Day; designating as February 4, 2011, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ359 Auditor of Public Accounts; joint committee to study method of selecting. in subcommittee
SJ360 Constitutional amendment; establishment of charter schools (first reference). dead
SJ361 Constitutional amendment; limitation on debt (first reference). dead
SJ362 Commending James Whitaker. passed house
SJ363 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds. dead
SJ364 Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission; confirming appointment. passed house
SJ365 Commending St. Christophers School on the occasion of its centennial anniversary. passed house
SJ366 Celebrating the life of Mae Ernestine Hamlin Scott. passed house
SJ367 Celebrating the life of Gordon Churchill Willis, Sr. passed house
SJ368 Commending the Northside High School softball team. passed house
SJ369 Celebrating the life of Dolly Rose Murphy Goodwyn. passed house
SJ370 Celebrating the life of Richard Aubrey Farmar, Jr. passed house
SJ371 Constitutional amendment; contributions to defined benefit retirement plans maintained for employee. dead
SJ372 Commending Marie Ridder. passed house
SJ373 Commending Stewart D. Roberson. passed house
SJ374 Commending V. Stuart Cook. passed house
SJ375 Celebrating the life of Albert Eugene Simpson. passed house
SJ376 Celebrating the life of Jube B. Shiver, Sr. passed house
SJ377 Commending The George Washington Universitys Virginia Science and Technology Campus. passed house
SJ378 Commending NASA on the celebration of the 30th anniversary of the first flight of the Space Shuttle. passed house
SJ379 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel John Woodell, Jr., USAF Ret. passed house
SJ380 Commending the Altavista Combined School boys cross country team. passed house
SJ381 Celebrating the life of Leonard Coleman. passed house
SJ382 Celebrating the life of Charles Leonard Willis, Sr. passed house
SJ383 Commending the Surry County High School girls basketball team. passed house
SJ384 Commending Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts. passed house
SJ385 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ386 Virginia Sports Hall of Fame and Museum; recognizing its outstanding program. passed house
SJ387 Commending Sheriff B.J. Roberts. passed house
SJ388 Commending the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation. passed house
SJ389 Celebrating the life of Fred Dempsey Smith, Sr. passed house
SJ390 Celebrating the life of Melvin Wilson Brown. passed house
SJ391 Celebrating the life of John DeWitt Whitlow. passed house
SJ392 Celebrating the life of Martin Fillmore Clark, Sr. passed house
SJ393 Celebrating the life of Silas Asa Hall. passed house
SJ394 Commending Bland County on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. passed house
SJ395 Celebrating the life of David B. Nichols. passed house
SJ396 Constitutional amendment; limitation on debt (first reference). stricken
SJ397 Person-centered practice; SHHR & human services agencies to adopt & implement in providing services. passed house
SJ398 Celebrating the life of Emyl Jenkins. passed house
SJ399 FERPA and HIPAA, federal; urges Congress to restore in loco parentis, etc. in subcommittee
SJ400 Development loan defaults; Bureau of Financial Institutions of SCC to review certain issues, report. in subcommittee
SJ401 Constitutional amendment; reversing present schedule of General Assembly sessions (first reference). dead
SJ402 Commending Jane Carter Branson. passed house
SJ403 Commending Major General Jerrold P. Allen, USAF (Ret.). passed house
SJ404 Terrorist attacks; remembering Virginians lost and injured on September 11, 2001. passed house
SJ405 Commending Loudoun Countys observance of Earth Day. passed house
SJ406 Celebrating the life of Barbara Ann Simpson LeSeur. passed house
SJ407 Celebrating the life of Patricia McCormick Delano. passed house
SJ408 Commending David G. Dickson. passed house
SJ409 Commending Thurston Spring Service Inc. passed house
SJ410 Commending the Veterans Independence Program. passed house
SJ411 Commending the Richmond Boys Choir. passed house
SJ412 Celebrating the life of Jason Allen Long. passed house
SJ413 Celebrating the life of Specialist Brian Michael Anderson, United States Army. passed house
SJ414 Commending Donald J. Ford. passed house
SJ415 Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award Program. passed house
SJ416 Commending the students, etc., of Virginia College and University Legislative Redistricting Comp. passed house
SJ417 Commending Hardy W. Cash, Sr. passed house
SJ418 Commending Colonial Behavioral Health. passed house
SJ419 Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the birth of President Ronald Wilson Reagan. passed house
SJ420 Celebrating the life of Alan Watson Dutton. passed house
SJ421 Commending Chief Justice Leroy Rountree Hassell, Sr. passed house
SJ422 Celebrating the life of David J. Edwards, Sr. passed house
SJ423 Commending Inova Fairfax Hospital on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
SJ424 Commending the Fairfax Stars U12 Girls National basketball team. passed house
SJ425 Commending John Schoeberlein. passed house
SJ426 Commending the Vienna Steelers football team. passed house
SJ427 Commending the Town of Strasburg on the occasion of its 250th anniversary. passed house
SJ428 Celebrating the life of William Baxter Perkinson, Sr. passed house
SJ429 Commending James and Karen Connell Cleveland. passed house
SJ430 Commending Beverly Cosham. passed house
SJ431 Commending Boston Properties. passed house
SJ432 Commending Sandy Amato. passed house
SJ433 Commending Maude Hair Salon. passed house
SJ434 Celebrating the life of Alexander Charles Ernandes. passed house
SJ435 Commending Fairfax High School on the occasion of its 75th anniversary. passed house
SJ436 Celebrating the life of William Edward Taylor. passed house
SJ437 Commending DeAngelo Eugene Hall. passed house
SJ438 Commending the Virginia State Parks on the occasion of their 75th anniversary. passed house
SJ439 Celebrating the life of Alan Ivan Kay. passed house
SJ440 Celebrating the life of Francois R. Haeringer. passed house
SJ441 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Walter Henry Maxwell, Sr. passed house
SJ442 Commending Linda Nichols Daniels. passed house
SJ443 Commending Harley Swift. passed house
SJ444 Celebrating the life of Private First Class Benjamin Jaewon Park. passed house
SJ445 Celebrating the life of Henry Theodore Northcott Graves. passed house
SJ446 Celebrating the life of Fred H. Scott. passed house
SJ447 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas H. Wood, Sr. passed house
SJ448 Celebrating the life of the Honorable George Moffett Cochran. passed house
SJ449 Celebrating the life of Richard DeForest Robertson. passed house
SJ450 Celebrating the life of Mukit Hossain. passed house
SJ451 Commending R. DuVal and Anne D. Dickinson. passed house
SJ452 Commending the Operation Pedro Pan Exodus on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
SJ453 Commending Terra Centre Elementary School. passed house
SJ454 Commending the Fairfax County Cemetery Preservation Association, Inc. passed house
SJ455 Contributions of Turkish-American community of Virginia. passed house
SJ456 Commending Joe C. Tate. passed house
SJ457 Commending the Westmoreland Ruritan Club. passed house
SJ458 Celebrating the life of Andra Kern Foss. passed house
SJ459 Commending Sean Brown. passed house
SJ460 Commemorating the life of Dr. James Leonard Farmer, Jr., and the 50th Anniversary of Freedom Ride. passed house
SJ461 Celebrating the life of First Lieutenant Todd W. Weaver. passed house
SJ462 Celebrating the life of Nancy Smith Bradshaw. passed house
SJ463 Celebrating the life of Suzanne P. Scull. passed house
SJ464 Celebrating the life of Patty Lee Gilbertson. passed house
SJ465 Celebrating the life of William Edward Dudley Digges. passed house
SJ466 Celebrating the life of Sophocles John Dokos. passed house
SJ467 Celebrating the life of Ann Richardson Yankovich. passed house
SJ468 Commending The College of William and Mary School of Education on its 50th anniversary. passed house
SJ469 Commending Fran Rooker. passed house
SJ470 Commending Robert T. Williams. passed house
SJ471 Celebrating the life of Vincent Joseph Genson, Jr. passed house
SJ472 Celebrating the life of Louis P. Chisholm, Jr. passed house
SJ473 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ474 Commending Christopher Newport University on the occasion of its semicentenary. passed house
SJ475 Commending WHRO on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed house
SJ476 Celebrating the life of Wilbur Coleman Allen. passed house
SJ477 Commending Buckingham County on the occasion of its 250th annviversary. passed house
SJ478 Senate Committee on Rules; confirming appointment. passed house
SJ479 Commending Mark Bendorf. passed house
SJ480 Commending Pinnacle Academy. passed house
SJ481 Commending George E. Lovelace. passed house
SJ482 Celebrating the life of the Honorable James Bernard Wilkinson. passed house
SJ483 Celebrating the life of Leroy Rountree Hassell, Sr. passed house
SJ484 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Milton A. Reid. passed house
SJ485 Celebrating the life of Dr. Claudette Laverne Black McDaniel. passed house
SJ486 Commending Fort Gibson United Methodist Church on the occasion of its 225th anniversary. passed house
SJ487 Celebrating the life of Colonel Horace Mann III, USA Ret. passed house
SJ488 Celebrating the life of Gerald Marshall Cubbage. passed house
SJ489 Celebrating the life of the Reverend McKinley J. Hamilton. passed house
SJ490 Celebrating the life of George Borum Little. passed house
SJ491 Commending Henry W. McLaughlin. passed house
SJ492 Celebrating the life of Arthur W. Arundel. passed house
SJ493 Celebrating the life of FitzGerald Bemiss. passed house
SJ494 Commending the George Washington Regional Commission. passed house
SJ495 Commending Margo Deihl. passed house
SJ496 Celebrating the life of Keith Wayne Sprouse. passed house
SJ497 Celebrating the life of Dr. John Francis Dammann. passed house
SJ498 Celebrating the life of Captain Grace E. Sharp. passed house
SJ499 Commending Jasmine Brown. passed house
SJ500 Commending the Reverend Joe B. Fleming. passed house
SJ501 Celebrating the life of Mary Elizabeth Jones. passed house
SJ502 Commending the Staunton Augusta Art Center. passed house
SJ503 Celebrating the life of Mary Alice Burch. passed house
SJ504 Commending H. Carter Myers III. passed house
SJ505 Commending the Womans Club of Newport News. passed house
SJ506 Commending Esson McKenzie Miller, Jr. passed house
SJ507 Commending Robert M. Stanton. passed house
SJ508 Commending Loraine Lemoine. passed house
SJ509 Commending the Louisa Little League Association. passed house
SJ510 Celebrating the life of Helen Fowlkes Dixon. passed house
SJ511 Commending Colonel Henry Winfred Stanley, Jr. passed house
SJ512 Commending Frances Hallam Hurt. passed house
SJ513 Celebrating the life of John P. Fishwick. passed house
SJ514 Commending the Honorable Edward M. Turner III. passed house
SJ515 Commending the Piedmont Arts Association. passed house
SJ516 Commending Daniel M. Chichester. passed house
SJ517 Celebrating the life of Earl Eugene Dellinger. passed house
SJ518 Commending E. Kenneth Wysor. passed house
SJ519 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Calvin Coolidge Green. passed house
SJ520 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Benjamin W. Robertson. passed house
SJ521 Commending Bahjet "Bob" J. Nassif. passed house
SJ522 Commending the UCI World Road Cycling Championship on the occasion of the 2015 Championship. introduced
SJ523 Celebrating the life of Henry S. Branscome. passed house
SJ524 Commending James Alfred Farrior. passed house
SJ525 Commending the Reverend Dr. Curtis W. Harris. passed house
SR21 Senate; 2011 operating resolution. passed committee
SR22 VRS; Senate Committee on Finance to study investment portfolio managed thereby. passed committee
SR23 Judges; nominations for election to Court of Appeals of Virginia. passed committee
SR24 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed committee
SR25 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed committee
SR26 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed committee
SR27 Commending Marian A. White. introduced
SR28 Natural right of an individual; memorializing Congress of United States to honor. dead
SR29 Greenhouse gas emissions; urging Congress of United States to address proposed regulations of EPA. dead
SR30 Commending the Honorable Dorothy H. Clarke. introduced
SR31 Commending the Virginia State Bars Diversity Conference. introduced
SR32 Celebrating the life of Frank Joseph Wittman. introduced
SR33 Celebrating the life of Donald Pomerening. introduced
SR34 Commending Wood Brothers Racing. introduced
SR35 Commending the Richmond Outreach Center. introduced
SR36 Celebrating the life of Connie Amos Thurston. introduced
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