2012 Bills

3,064 bills found.

# Title Status
HB1 Unborn children; construing the word 'person' under Virginia law to include. dead
HB2 Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project; prohibits use of state funds for Phase II of Project, etc. dead
HB3 Child abuse or neglect; athletic coaches, etc. of private sports teams required to report to DSS. signed by governor
HB4 Child abuse or neglect; athletic coach or director of public school, etc. required to report to DSS. dead
HB5 Constitutional amendment; taking or damaging of private property for public use (voter referendum). signed by governor
HB6 Death of child; parent, guardian, etc., failure to report to local law-enforcement agency, etc. dead
HB7 Bicycles; riders approaching intersection controlled by traffic lights need not to wait two minutes. in committee
HB8 Vessel accident; requires passengers 18 years of age or older to report, penalty. dead
HB9 Voting procedures; voter identification requirements, provisional ballots. signed by governor
HB10 BPOL tax; maximum fee and tax rates established by a locality. dead
HB11 Transportation; bonds for specific project on northbound and southbound lanes of Interstate 95. dead
HB12 Boating; operator of a vessel to report accident to law enforcement, notification to DGIF, penalty. dead
HB13 Redistricting local districts; local government may exclude prison populations from its calculation. signed by governor
HB14 Persons acting in defense of property; civil immunity provided for an occupant of dwelling, etc. dead
HB15 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year. dead
HB16 Civil rights; automatically restored to certain persons for eligibilty to register to vote. dead
HB17 Search warrant affidavits; allows for electronic filing by means other than electronic facsimile. signed by governor
HB18 Space flight entities; transfer of certain revenue to Va. Commercial Space Flight Authority, etc. incorporated
HB19 Income tax, state; deduction for certain purchases from space flight entities. dead
HB20 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; constitutional rights of citizens to keep and bear arms. signed by governor
HB21 Polling places; requirements for county precinct. signed by governor
HB22 Firearms; disposition thereof acquired by localities. enacted
HB23 Transportation Trust Fund; increases amount of sales and use tax revenue dedicated to Fund. dead
HB24 BPOL tax; certain localities required to assess on Virginia taxable income. dead
HB25 Concealed handgun permit; confidentiality of permittee information. in committee
HB26 Concealed handgun permits; failure to produce upon demand of a law-enforcement officer, penalty. signed by governor
HB27 Residential energy efficiency standards; exempts certain homes from federal cap & trade legislation. dead
HB28 Foreclosure procedures; assignment of deed of trust. dead
HB29 Budget Bill. dead
HB30 Budget Bill. dead
HB31 Real property tax valuation; fair market value shall be based on non-restricted uses. dead
HB32 Charter; Town of Brodnax. signed by governor
HB33 Public procurement; state agency agreements with labor organizations. signed by governor
HB34 Signs or advertising, unlawful; Commissioner of Highways agreements with local government. signed by governor
HB35 State taxes; period of limitation on collection reduced to seven years. signed by governor
HB36 Primary elections; political party shall pay costs of primary. dead
HB37 Officer of election; option to waive compensation and serve as an unpaid volunteer officer. signed by governor
HB38 Absentee voting; duties of general registrar and electoral board. signed by governor
HB39 Telephones or digital pagers; second violation is a Class 2 misdemeanor. signed by governor
HB40 Coastal primary sand dunes; standards for use, exemption. dead
HB41 Personal property tax; situs of certain motor vehicles. signed by governor
HB42 Line of Duty Act; expands definition of a deceased person. signed by governor
HB43 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year. dead
HB44 Workers' Compensation Commission; authorized to award interest on expenses to claimant's attorney. dead
HB45 General Assembly; continuance of case. signed by governor
HB46 Food inspections; exempts private homes that process and prepare pickles, relishes, and salsas. dead
HB47 Persons acting in defense of property; civil immunity provided for an occupant of dwelling, etc. dead
HB48 Castle doctrine; self-defense and defense of others. dead
HB49 DUI; raises penalty for aggravated involuntary manslaughter. passed committee
HB50 DUI; penalty for maiming shall include a mandatory minimum term of confinement of one year. incorporated
HB51 Deferred disposition; trial court shall announce judgment within 72 hours of guilt phase of trial. incorporated
HB52 Tax information; reports/information provided by Attorney General to tobacco products manufacturer. signed by governor
HB53 Tangible personal property; tax relief for qualifying vehicles. dead
HB54 Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2012; created. signed by governor
HB55 Primary dates; presidential primary. dead
HB56 Voter registration applications; protection of certain residence address information. signed by governor
HB57 Voter registration; registrars with respect to voter registration records. signed by governor
HB58 Urban county executive form; filling vacancy on board of supervisors. signed by governor
HB59 Elections; persons entitled to have name placed on ballot, etc. dead
HB60 Illegal voting and registrations; prohibition against voting more than once. signed by governor
HB61 Absentee ballot applications; unlawful to solicit in person from individuals in any hospital, etc. dead
HB62 Abortion funding; repealed. passed committee
HB63 Provisional ballots; electoral board meeting opened only to authorized party to determine validity. signed by governor
HB64 Elections; assistance to voters. dead
HB65 Human papillomavirus vaccine; eliminates requirement of vaccination for female children. dead
HB66 Incandescent light bulbs; creates procedure by which manufacturer may obtain a license from SCC. dead
HB67 Nonnavigable state waters; regulation exclusively by Commonwealth. dead
HB68 Legislation; introduction of bills referring to taxes. dead
HB69 Renewable energy portfolio standard program; required participation of electric utility. dead
HB70 Energy conservation; establishes statewide goal of reducing consumption of electric energy. dead
HB71 Integrated Directional Sign Program; adds term retail. dead
HB72 Highway work zones; required to be marked with warning signs with attached flashing lights. signed by governor
HB73 VIEW; substance abuse screening and assessment of public assistance applicants and recipients. dead
HB74 Child abuse or neglect; reduces mandatory time limit for reporting, requirements of certain persons. signed by governor
HB75 Home/electronic incarceration; court may allow person convicted credit for time served. dead
HB76 Teachers; date changes for contract renewal for those without continuing contract status. signed by governor
HB77 Jury sentencing; provides criminal sentencing by different jury when original cannot agree. signed by governor
HB78 Instructional spending; local school board to report expenditures annually. incorporated
HB79 Disability Commission; establishing work groups to assist in carrying out powers and duties, etc. signed by governor
HB80 Real property tax; assessment of wetlands. signed by governor
HB81 Real property tax; prior use of any property shall not be considered in land use valuation. signed by governor
HB82 Real property tax; roll-back taxes shall not apply to property that loses its designation, etc. dead
HB83 Mammograms; information on breast density. signed by governor
HB84 Child custody; judge shall communicate basis for decision, except in certain cases. signed by governor
HB85 HOV lanes; extends sunset provision on use by vehicles with clean special fuel license plates. signed by governor
HB86 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year. dead
HB87 Aircraft; person who projects point of light from laser at an aircraft is guilty of misdemeanor. signed by governor
HB88 Menhaden harvest; removes cap. dead
HB89 Citizenship of arrestee; if accused is not committed to jail, arresting officer to ascertain. incorporated
HB90 Correctional enterprises; exemption from mandatory purchase provisions. incorporated
HB91 Higher educational institutions; possession of concealed handguns by faculty members. dead
HB92 Urban development areas; incorporation of areas optional rather than mandatory, etc. dead
HB93 Pupil transportation; increases minimum amount of vehicle liability insurance and medical coverage. signed by governor
HB94 School boards, local; meeting procedures. stricken
HB95 Bear hound training; allows training of dogs to hunt bears to occur from 4:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. signed by governor
HB96 Accreditation of schools; delayed implementation of statutes and regulations. signed by governor
HB97 Motorcycles; driving two abreast in a single lane. signed by governor
HB98 Athletic training; amends definition. signed by governor
HB99 Leased vehicles' registration; DMV to obtain name of business, street address, etc. of lessees. signed by governor
HB100 Lawyers; client accounts. dead
HB101 Rules of Evidence; adoption of amendments or additions of Rules by Supreme Court of Virginia, etc. signed by governor
HB102 Injunctions; requirement for bond. signed by governor
HB103 Consumer utility tax; exemption for public utilities, etc. on natural gas used to make electricity. signed by governor
HB104 Divorce; failure to respond by defendant. signed by governor
HB105 Machinery and equipment recyclable materials; tax credit for those used by certain manufacturers. dead
HB106 Driver's licenses; required to show street address of licensee's principal residence in State. dead
HB107 Richmond Metropolitan Authority; composition of Board of Directors, powers. dead
HB108 Federal immigration law; enforcement by State and its political subdivisions. dead
HB109 Personal Localized Alerting Network. in committee
HB110 Student driver education; instruction on organ donation. dead
HB111 Small business job creation tax credit; creates credit for those creating new full-time jobs. dead
HB112 Executive budget; submission of budget using zero-based budgeting principles. dead
HB113 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year. dead
HB114 Cigarettes; deemed litter for purposes of criminal punishment for improper disposal of trash. dead
HB115 Smoking in cars with a minor present; civil penalty. dead
HB116 Higher educational institutions; clarifies policies & procedures for violence prevention on campus. dead
HB117 Taxes, local; interest on refunds and delinquent taxes. passed senate
HB118 Vessel accident; requires operator who damages property in a collision, etc., to report, penalty. dead
HB119 Golf carts; allows governing body of Town of Urbanna to authorize operation on highways. signed by governor
HB120 Tappahannock-Essex County Airport Authority; removes Tappahannock's name from Authority. signed by governor
HB121 Virginia Housing Trust Fund Authority; created, report. dead
HB122 Drivers licenses; allows military veterans who are at least 21 to have veteran status indicated. dead
HB123 Specialty criminal court dockets; court may establish to address specialized needs of defendants. dead
HB124 Plastic bags; imposes a tax of 20 cents on those used by purchasers. dead
HB125 Uniform Power of Attorney Act; liability of agent, penalty. dead
HB126 Affidavits; use in no-fault divorce cases. signed by governor
HB127 Property and casualty insurance policies; forms and endorsements. signed by governor
HB128 Workers' compensation; records referring to accidents, etc., available for file match program. dead
HB129 Electric utilities; purchases from net metering sellers. dead
HB130 Income tax, state; military retirement pay subtraction. dead
HB131 Income tax, state; tax credit for disabled military veterans. dead
HB132 Affidavits; allows for electronic filing of search warrant. dead
HB133 Insurance information; posting on insurer's website. signed by governor
HB134 Court distributions; dollar limits. signed by governor
HB135 Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families, State Executive Council for; membership. signed by governor
HB136 Drug treatment courts; established in Counties of Buchanan, Dickenson, Goochland, etc. dead
HB137 Workers' compensation; injuries presumed to be in course of employment. signed by governor
HB138 Public schools; impact of unlawful aliens, report. dead
HB139 Concealed handguns; persons who may lawfully carry hidden from common observation, penalty. dead
HB140 State Police Officers Retirement System (SPORS); mandatory retirement requirement exemptions. signed by governor
HB141 Freedom of Information Act; exempts personal information in constituent correspondence. signed by governor
HB142 Smoking; allows localities to ban in designated public parks. dead
HB143 Preschool programs; private funding. dead
HB144 Virginia Preschool Initiative Local Grant Program; created. dead
HB145 Retail Sales and Use Tax; removes $2,000 cap on amount of tax imposed on watercraft. dead
HB146 Virginia's Tax Preferences, Commission to Review the Effectiveness of; established, report. dead
HB147 Statewide fraud control program; medical assistance overpayment moneys to be paid into Fund. dead
HB148 Unemployment benefits; each applicant, for eligibility, to provide VEC results of a drug test. dead
HB149 Income tax, corporate; lower rate for certain businesses. dead
HB150 Conservation police officers; Board to adopt regulations prohibiting hunting in certain areas. dead
HB151 Higher Education, State Council of; development of uniform lower division curriculum. dead
HB152 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; insurance requirements for certain fireworks shows. dead
HB153 Workers' compensation; exclusion of certain employees. signed by governor
HB154 Income tax, corporate; requires retail companies to use single-sales factor apportionment formula. signed by governor
HB155 Revenue sharing funds for highways; funds provided to localities are a grant, etc. dead
HB156 Housing and Community Development, Board of; terms of certain members. signed by governor
HB157 Party identification on ballots; requirement extends to local elections. dead
HB158 Devocalization of cats and dogs; veterinarians to keep records of procedures, etc., penalty. dead
HB159 Nursing home patients; notice to Long-Term Care Ombudsman when patient is discharged or transferred. dead
HB160 Cigarette and other tobacco products; increases tax rates. dead
HB161 State employees; Director of DHRM to provide next of kin with flag when killed in line duty. dead
HB162 Telecommunications services; SCC to excercise jurisdiction over rates and charges for prisoners. dead
HB163 Judicial retirement; increases mandatory retirement age to 73. dead
HB164 Virginia Indoor Clean Air Act; smoking in public buildings prohibited, penalty. dead
HB165 Geriatric prisoners; those at 60 may petition Parole Board for conditional release. dead
HB166 Zoning administrator; narrows instances in which administrator may modify certain orders. signed by governor
HB167 Child labor; exemption for children employed in family business. dead
HB168 Campaign practices; final disposition of surplus funds by General Assembly members. dead
HB169 Enterprise zones; criteria for designation. dead
HB170 Zoning administrator; decisions reviewed by governing body shall be appealable to circuit court. signed by governor
HB171 Motor Vehicle Transaction Recovery Fund; bonding requirements. signed by governor
HB172 Hunting; knowingly trespassing while carrying a firearm, penalty. dead
HB173 Interpreters; cost shall be borne by non-English-speaking defendant if he is convicted of offense. dead
HB174 Bail bondsmen; requirements for property bail bondsmen, suspension of license. dead
HB175 Duck blinds; limits placement by riparian landowners in Back Bay. signed by governor
HB176 Nutrient credit certification; regulations, Nutrient Trading Act is established, penalty. signed by governor
HB177 Health records privacy; disclosure to emergency medical services councils. signed by governor
HB178 Continuing care facilities; resident's meetings. dead
HB179 Uninsured motorists; raises uninsured motor vehicle fee. dead
HB180 Commonwealth Health Research Board; certain employees shall be entitled to state employee benefits. signed by governor
HB181 Registered nurse or physician assistant; authority to pronounce death. signed by governor
HB182 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: PEACE BEGINS AT HOME. dead
HB183 Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan; coverage for certain children and pregnant women. signed by governor
HB184 Medical Assistance Services, Board of; requires two members of Board to be fraud investigators. signed by governor
HB185 Criminal cases; fines collected upon conviction shall be credited to Literary Fund. signed by governor
HB186 Sewage sludge; authorizes a locality to prohibit land application. dead
HB187 Police check-points; prohibits establishment of motorcycle only check-points. signed by governor
HB188 State secondary highway system; makes certain road and bridge in Shenandoah County part of system. in committee
HB189 Child-placing agency; shall not be required to participate in placement of child for foster care. signed by governor
HB190 Real estate tax; exemption for disabled veterans. signed by governor
HB191 Small businesses; tax credit for those hiring graduates of Virginia's colleges. dead
HB192 State facilities; reporting requirements of critical incidents involving consumers. signed by governor
HB193 Property conveyance; DGS to convey to County of Accomack certain real property. dead
HB194 Driver's licenses, commercial; requires DMV to consider applicants' military experience. signed by governor
HB195 Higher educational institutions; course credit for military service. signed by governor
HB196 Haul seine nets; required to be anchored at one end to shore and other end mechanically drawn. signed by governor
HB197 Grass, etc.; adds Town of Chincoteague to list authorized to require cutting on occupied property. signed by governor
HB198 Voter registration; requires a receipt be given to person completing form at DMV office. dead
HB199 Town of Onancock; liens for water charges. signed by governor
HB200 Assault and battery; any adult who commits on school grounds is guilty of Class 1 misdemeanor. dead
HB201 Real estate tax; exemption for elderly and disabled. dead
HB202 Hampton, City of; special commissioner to execute title to real estate with delinquent taxes, etc. signed by governor
HB203 Assessments for local improvements, special; adds City of Hampton to localities that may impose. signed by governor
HB204 Franklin, City of; charter. dead
HB205 Law-Enforcement Procedural Guarantee Act; definition of law-enforcement officer. dead
HB206 Real Estate Board; continuing education, duties of real estate brokers and salespersons. signed by governor
HB207 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes gold, silver, and platinum bullion. dead
HB208 Virginia Retirement System; retirees hired as school board security personnel. dead
HB209 Insurance agents; continuing education requirements. signed by governor
HB210 Real estate appraisal management companies; includes feed paid to appraiser in appraisal reports. signed by governor
HB211 Forward energy pricing; authorizes any public body to use mechanisms for budget risk reduction. signed by governor
HB212 Asset forfeiture; forfeited drug assets are to be distributed in accordance with Constitution. in committee
HB213 Mandated health insurance; benefits not applicable if exceed essential benefits package. dead
HB214 Credit unions; amendments to organizational documents. signed by governor
HB215 Child abuse and neglect; mandatory reporting, penalties. dead
HB216 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes certain computer equipment and enabling software. signed by governor
HB217 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; not applicable to certain records. signed by governor
HB218 Deaf or hard-of-hearing children; special education. dead
HB219 Unemployment benefits; volunteer service requirement, report. dead
HB220 Home care organizations; licensure. signed by governor
HB221 VIEW; substance abuse screening and assessment of public assistance applicants and recipients. dead
HB222 Legal notices; allows localities to meet notice requirements by utilizing their websites, etc. dead
HB223 Writ of actual innocence; juvenile adjudicated delinquent of felony charge may petition court. dead
HB224 Standards of Learning; Board of Education to adopt regulations allowing students to retake. dead
HB225 Standards of Learning; establishes alternative accreditation and student growth measures. dead
HB226 Workers' Compensation Commission; terms of deputy commissioners. dead
HB227 Nolle prosequi; expungement of police records and court records two years from date taken. dead
HB228 Income tax, corporate; credit for contracting with small or minority-owned businesses. dead
HB229 Doctrine of necessaries; lien not to attach on residence held by spouses as tenants by entireties. signed by governor
HB230 Alcoholic beverage control; suspension of license for local tax delinquency. dead
HB231 Gas pipeline safety; information disclosures. dead
HB232 Renewable energy; expands definition. signed by governor
HB233 Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; resale of time-shares, disclosures. signed by governor
HB234 Time-share estates; advertisement of foreclosure sales, information to be hard copy and electonic. signed by governor
HB235 Motor vehicle, T&M, etc., dealers; limits number of supplemental sales licenses that can be issued. signed by governor
HB236 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes hurricane preparedness products, etc. dead
HB237 Criminal history record information checks upon handgun purchases; dissemination of information. dead
HB238 Blue crabs; Marine Resources Commission to manage harvesting in Albemarle and Currituck counties. signed by governor
HB239 Forestry, Department of; use of methyl bromide gas fumigation. signed by governor
HB240 Amherst County; conveyance of certain property by Department of Conservation and Recreation. signed by governor
HB241 Solid waste landfill; allows Rockbridge County to operate for an additional two years. dead
HB242 Cooperative Extension Service; requires maintaining local office in each county. dead
HB243 Virginia Investment Partnership Act; definitions. signed by governor
HB244 Planning and Budget, Department of; submissions to General Assembly and Governor. dead
HB245 State agencies; procurement of nonprofessional services. dead
HB246 Legislation; prohibits any committee of General Assembly from reporting new state tax credit, etc. signed by governor
HB247 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes computers and related computer equipment. dead
HB248 Income tax, corporate; eliminates tax for taxable years beginning on and after January 1, 2013. dead
HB249 VIEW; substance abuse screening and assessment of public assistance applicants and recipients. dead
HB250 Instructional spending; DOE to include in School Performance Report Card for school divisions. enacted
HB251 Congressional districts; changes in boundaries. signed by governor
HB252 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority; changes in composition. passed committee
HB253 Virginia Personnel Act; hiring preference for veterans, surviving spouses, and children. signed by governor
HB254 School calendar; local school boards allowed to set opening of school year. dead
HB255 Warrants; those maintained by treasurers shall not disclose certain information. signed by governor
HB256 HOV lanes; extends sunset clause in Northern Virginia and in Hampton Roads. passed subcommittee
HB257 Defined contribution retirement plan; permits any locality or school board to establish. dead
HB258 Fishing piers, commercial; regulation of net fishing in the vicinity. dead
HB259 House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustments in boundaries. dead
HB260 Health care providers; prohibited acts. dead
HB261 Abortion; ultrasound required at least 48 hours prior to undergoing procedure. incorporated
HB262 Transportation Board; adds urban and rural at-large members. dead
HB263 Correctional enterprises; Director of Purchases & Supply et al., to grant certain exemption, report. signed by governor
HB264 Interstate Health Care Compact; established. dead
HB265 Health Professions, Board of; required to meet annually rather than quarterly. signed by governor
HB266 Surgery; definition and who may perform. signed by governor
HB267 Dental laboratories; register with Board of Dentistry. dead
HB268 Occupational therapy; definition. signed by governor
HB269 Certificate of public need; process for review & approval of psychiatric & substance abuse services. signed by governor
HB270 Public guardianship and conservator program; VDA to adopt person-centered practice procedures. signed by governor
HB271 Substance Abuse Recovery Support Services Grant Program; established, report. signed by governor
HB272 Death, marriage, or divorce records; changes time period before becomes public. signed by governor
HB273 DCJS; requires provide minimum training standards for juvenile correctional officers. signed by governor
HB274 Circuit court judges; increases number in Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, decreases in Seventeenth. dead
HB275 Accountancy, Board of; confidentiality of certain information. signed by governor
HB276 Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credits; eligibility of certain mediators. dead
HB277 Cigarette tax stamps, local; same technology used or required by State. signed by governor
HB278 Bonds in recognizances; how payable. signed by governor
HB279 DUI ignition interlock; required on first offense as a condition of a restricted license. signed by governor
HB280 Deeds; affidavit by an attorney involved in transaction may be used in correcting errors. dead
HB281 Shoplifting and employee theft; civil action. dead
HB282 Divorce or annulment; revocation of death benefits. signed by governor
HB283 Divorce; ordered to maintain life insurance policy. in committee
HB284 District court; appeal of judgment in civil case to circuit court. dead
HB285 Foreign adoption; procedure to obtain State certificate of birth. signed by governor
HB286 Garnishment, previous; allows costs incurred by judgment creditor are chargeable to judgment debtor. signed by governor
HB287 Gang-free zones; expansion of zone areas. dead
HB288 Courthouses; exception from prohibition against carrying weapon for city and county treasurers. signed by governor
HB289 Handicapped parking; allows localities by ordinance to grant free parking. signed by governor
HB290 Taxes, local; authorizes localities not to pay interest on refund when error made by taxpayer. dead
HB291 Timber; property owners to send written notice to all adjoining property owners prior to cutting. dead
HB292 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; increases membership of board of directors. signed by governor
HB293 Dam safety; consultation with Department of Emergency Management. signed by governor
HB294 Public libraries; qualifications of librarian, use of state funds. signed by governor
HB295 House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustment in Culpeper County. incorporated
HB296 Charter; Town of Gordonsville. signed by governor
HB297 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; increases charge for rules violations. dead
HB298 Machinery and tools tax; classifies car washing businesses as separate class of property. signed by governor
HB299 Retail Sales and Use Tax; extends sunset date for exemption of certain educational materials. signed by governor
HB300 Beehive Grant Fund and Beehive Grant Program; created. signed by governor
HB301 Cool-season lawn and turf seed; permits sale of after completion of required germination test. signed by governor
HB302 Environmental laboratory certification program; exempts certain laboratories. signed by governor
HB303 Overweight permits; Issuance for haulers of farm animal feed. dead
HB304 DMV service charge; eliminates fee. dead
HB305 Higher educational institutions; crisis and emergency management plans. signed by governor
HB306 Cemeteries; owner shall publish notice of intent to declare interment rights abandoned in newspaper. signed by governor
HB307 Rural Retreat Lake Park in Wythe County; DGIF to waive facility use permit fee. signed by governor
HB308 Driver's licenses etc.;all issued by DMV that include a photograph must be produced by DMV. dead
HB309 Absentee voting; persons age 65 and older on day of election may vote absentee. dead
HB310 Driver's licenses; applicants may designate insulin-dependent or a hearing or speech impairment. dead
HB311 Bears; Board of Game and Inland Fisheries establishes an open season for hunting. dead
HB312 Electric and natural gas utilities; energy efficiency programs. dead
HB313 State Corporation Commission; required to review pass rate of licensing examination. signed by governor
HB314 Roll-your-own cigarette machines; person who operates at a retail establishment is a manufacturer. signed by governor
HB315 Check cashers; practice for customer identification, civil penalty. dead
HB316 Cemeteries; definition for purposes of zoning. signed by governor
HB317 Mechanics' lien agent; building permit. dead
HB318 Virginia Retirement System; exception for early retirement for general registrars. dead
HB319 Elections; requires observers to respect area around voters and secrecy of ballot. signed by governor
HB320 Citizenship of arrestee; if accused is not committed to jail, arresting officer to ascertain. incorporated
HB321 Income tax, corporate; tax credits for donations to non-profit organizations, etc. signed by governor
HB322 Motor vehicle rental tax; exclusions from tax. dead
HB323 Bank franchise tax; apportionment. dead
HB324 Tax-supported debt; method of calculating total principal amount issued by any state agency, etc. signed by governor
HB325 Students with autism spectrum disorders; school board to require training of personnel. signed by governor
HB326 Proffered conditions; amendments or variations. signed by governor
HB327 Historic structures; demolition. signed by governor
HB328 Uniform Statewide Building Code; online submission of building permit applications. dead
HB329 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; exemptions. signed by governor
HB330 Transplant Council; authorized to hire its own employees, etc. signed by governor
HB331 Obscenity; modifies educational, artistic, and theatrical exemption to obscenity laws. in committee
HB332 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; general provisions applicable to penalties. signed by governor
HB333 Economic development sites; fund for access roads. signed by governor
HB334 Public Procurement Act; bid match preference for State businesses. dead
HB335 Income tax, state and corporate; deduction for investors in small businesses. dead
HB336 Virginia Land Conservation Fund; distribution of revenues. signed by governor
HB337 Professions and occupations; unlawful procurement of certificate, license, or permit. signed by governor
HB338 Hunting licenses, special; create separate licenses for hunting of bear, deer, and turkey. dead
HB339 Budget development; each state agency to submit a prioritized list of its programs to Governor. dead
HB340 Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit Program; requires organization must meet for tax credits. dead
HB341 Auditor of Public Accounts; procurement of private accountants and auditing firms. dead
HB342 Deer or bear; person whose property may be damaged are authorized to kill. dead
HB343 Virginia All-Payer Claims Database; created, report. signed by governor
HB344 Dental and dental hygiene school faculty; licensure. signed by governor
HB345 Dietitians; requires Board of Medicine to promulgate regulations for licensure. dead
HB346 Nurse practitioners; practice as part of patient care teams that includes a physician. enacted
HB347 Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosures. signed by governor
HB348 Asset forfeitures; consolidates certain provisions and eliminates redundancies. signed by governor
HB349 Virginia Bicentennial of American War of 1812 Commission; extends time Commission may be funded. signed by governor
HB350 Virginia Retirement System; modifies disability benefits provided to state employees. signed by governor
HB351 Party identification on ballots; gives candidates in local elections option. dead
HB352 Emergency management plans; victims' rights. signed by governor
HB353 Motor carrier and commercial driver's licensing; amends several licensing laws. signed by governor
HB354 Benefit limited liability companies; purpose is to create general public benefit. dead
HB355 Automobile insurance policies; use of credit and driving record information. dead
HB356 Check cashing fees; collection and dissemination of information. dead
HB357 Virginia Health Benefit Exchange Authority; created. dead
HB358 Tax amnesty program; expands scope of City of Richmond to include local taxes and accrued interest. signed by governor
HB359 Alcoholic Beverage Control Board; prescribe terms under which licensed brewery may manufacture beer. signed by governor
HB360 Methamphetamine precursors; acceptable identification to purchase. dead
HB361 Stalking; enhanced penalties. dead
HB362 Garnishment; corrects form listing exemptions. signed by governor
HB363 Protective orders; animals. dead
HB364 Criminal history record information check; record check to be performed on prospective transferee. dead
HB365 Student suspension or expulsion from school; requires superintendent to ensure continued education. dead
HB366 Suspension and expulsion; prohibits instances of disorderly or disruptive behavior offenses. dead
HB367 Education, Department of; shall annually publish disciplinary offense and outcome data. signed by governor
HB368 Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credits; eligibility of certain mediators. signed by governor
HB369 Hunting; allows any person to hunt on private lands on Sunday with permission of owner. dead
HB370 Highway median maintenance; VDOT to enter into agreements with local governments. dead
HB371 Agricultural and forestal districts; adds James City County to list authorized to create. signed by governor
HB372 Pawnbrokers; digital images required to be maintained. dead
HB373 Locksmiths; transfers regulatory authority for licensing to DPOR. dead
HB374 Party identification on ballots; requirement extends to local elections. dead
HB375 Firearms; workplace rule by locality that prevents storing in locked motor vehicle, exceptions. signed by governor
HB376 Driver's licenses; storage of driver's license information. dead
HB377 Condominium Act; exemptions from registration. signed by governor
HB378 Funeral services licensees; continuing education requirements. signed by governor
HB379 Funeral services; alkaline hydrolysis prohibited, penalty. dead
HB380 Regional emergency services councils; plan requirements related to crime victims. incorporated
HB381 Motorboat registration; changes expiration date. signed by governor
HB382 Assistive technology devices; transfer of by school division. enacted
HB383 Zoning ordinances; attorney fees. dead
HB384 Virginia Personnel Act; hiring preference in state employment for members of National Guard, etc. signed by governor
HB385 Industrial development authorities; removes prohibition for refinancing debt of organizations. signed by governor
HB386 Virginia Retirement System; investments in certain companies related to Iran. dead
HB387 Clerks of courts; increases fee when payment with dishonored check or credit card. signed by governor
HB388 Drivers licenses; allows military veterans to have their veteran status indicated. dead
HB389 Criminal law; redefinition of triggerman rule, penalty. dead
HB390 General Assembly; creation of new regulatory program, etc. dead
HB391 Confidential juvenile records; sharing with state and local correctional facilities, confidential. signed by governor
HB392 Parole; eligibilty for certain inmates otherwise ineligible. dead
HB393 Motor fuels tax; dedicates additional revenue to operation, etc., of transportation system. dead
HB394 Handheld personal communications devices; prohibits use while operating motor vehicle, etc. dead
HB395 Line of Duty Act; expeditious payment for burial expense for person whose death is in line of duty. signed by governor
HB396 Invasive plants; Board of Agriculture and Consumer Services to adopt regulations to control. dead
HB397 Parole Board; exceptions to Freedom of Information Act. dead
HB398 Radiology benefits managers; decision to deny physician's order for diagnostic radiology test. dead
HB399 Congenital cyanotic heart disease, critical; VDH to implement program for screening infants. vetoed by governor
HB400 School boards, local; policies permitting parents to observe children. dead
HB401 Landlord and tenant laws; landlord obligations, receipt required for certain rent payments. dead
HB402 Health Benefit Exchange Authority; created, report. dead
HB403 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; criteria. dead
HB404 Handheld personal communication devices; prohibits use while driving. dead
HB405 Planning commissions; appointments. dead
HB406 Incentives, local; local government to provide regulatory flexibility to defense contractors. signed by governor
HB407 Prince William County Metrorail Improvement District; created. dead
HB408 Real property tax; exemption for elderly and disabled. signed by governor
HB409 Financial exploitation of elderly or incapacitated adults; guilty of a Class 5 felony, etc. incorporated
HB410 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; recovery of attorney fees, costs, and interest. signed by governor
HB411 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; recovery of costs and interest. dead
HB412 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; foreclosure on lien for unpaid assessments. dead
HB413 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; prohibited publication of employment information. dead
HB414 Safe deposit boxes; bank to permit limited access upon death of lessee. dead
HB415 Wireless telecommunications device; prohibits using while operating a moving motor vehicle, penalty. dead
HB416 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act; procedural changes. dead
HB417 Polling places; prohibited campaign area. signed by governor
HB418 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; imposition of late fees on assessments. dead
HB419 Estate tax; reinstated for persons dying on or after July 1, 2012. dead
HB420 Eligibilty for TANF; drug-related felonies. dead
HB421 Standards of Quality; apportionment of state and local share. dead
HB422 Transportation; additional funding by imposing and increasing certain taxes. dead
HB423 Common Interest Community Board; duties. vetoed by governor
HB424 School records; self-authentication. signed by governor
HB425 Telephone carriers; prohibited from billing customers for certain services, etc. dead
HB426 Planning districts; requires preparation of regional strategic plans for guidance of district. dead
HB427 Highway maintenance funds; CTB to allocate funds on basis of achieving level of disparity. dead
HB428 Virginia Retirement System; benefits for certain local employees. dead
HB429 Telephone bills; blocking third-party charges. dead
HB430 Inter-local service delivery; expands scope of Regional Cooperation Incentive Fund to foster. signed by governor
HB431 Charter; City of Fairfax. signed by governor
HB432 Motor vehicle insurance; premiums based on credit information prohibited. dead
HB433 Real Estate Appraiser Board; shall develop continuing education curriculum for licensees, report. signed by governor
HB434 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year. dead
HB435 Juveniles; certain persons imprisoned for felony offense eligible for parole. dead
HB436 Juveniles; certain persons imprisoned for life eligible for parole. dead
HB437 Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; Expected Family Contribution. dead
HB438 Virginia Retirement System; benefits for certain local law-enforcement employees. signed by governor
HB439 Veterans; disposition and identification of unclaimed cremains. signed by governor
HB440 Vessels; prohibits VDOT from making fast to or lying alongside certain bridges. dead
HB441 Uniform Certificate of General Studies; credits earned in academic subject area coursework. signed by governor
HB442 Notaries; conflict of interests. dead
HB443 Debt collection practices; penalty. dead
HB444 Public Procurement Act; certain payments under state plan for medical assistance services exempted. dead
HB445 Adoption; various changes to procedures. signed by governor
HB446 Coal tax credits; termination of certain credits. dead
HB447 Appropriation bills; House Appropriations and Senate Finance issue reports with budget conference. dead
HB448 Net energy metering program; standby charges. dead
HB449 Virginia Public Procurement Act; preferences by localities, etc. dead
HB450 Parental rights; procedure for restoration. dead
HB451 Adoption; appointment of counsel if parent is determined to be indigent. signed by governor
HB452 Virginia Employment Commission; transcripts. signed by governor
HB453 Workers' compensation; penalty for State's failure to pay. signed by governor
HB454 Workers' compensation; penalty for State's failure to pay. dead
HB455 Wireless E-911 Fund; distribution of funds on monthly basis to public safety answering point. signed by governor
HB456 Riparian forest tax credit; refund. dead
HB457 Charter; City of Newport News. signed by governor
HB458 Firearms; locality may adopt an ordinance that prohibits in libraries. dead
HB459 Pawnbrokers and precious metals dealers; photograph required of person pawning, selling, etc. dead
HB460 Income tax, corporate; basis by which TAX shall assess manufacturing companies with additional tax. signed by governor
HB461 Taxes, local; rate of interest capped at five percent annually, penalties. passed committee
HB462 Abortion; informed consent, shall undergo ultrasound imaging, exceptions. signed by governor
HB463 Juveniles; legal custody transferred to Department of Juvenile Justice. dead
HB464 Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; created, report. dead
HB465 Commonwealth, Secretary of; required to prepare an organizational chart of state government. signed by governor
HB466 Alcoholic beverage control; outdoor advertising. signed by governor
HB467 Ignition interlock; removes certain installation requirement. incorporated
HB468 Public school funding; Department of Education to adjust local composite index (LCI) calculation. dead
HB469 Algebra readiness assessment; Board of Education to develop or approve for students. dead
HB470 Alcoholic beverage control; retail licensee advertising Happy Hour on its website. stricken
HB471 Alcoholic beverage control; outdoor advertising, penalty. signed by governor
HB472 Immigration query at arrest; law-enforcement officer to determine status after lawful traffic stop. dead
HB473 Charitable gaming; authorizes jumbo bingo. dead
HB474 Higher educational institutions; employee salaries from state funds. dead
HB475 Involuntary commitment; alters criteria for ordering mandatory outpatient treatment. signed by governor
HB476 Mandatory outpatient treatment hearing; determination of treatment prior to release from commitment. signed by governor
HB477 Interstate Highway System; allocation of funds for maintenance. dead
HB478 Gunston Hall; administrative head is appointed by Governor, report. dead
HB479 Tax-paid contraband cigarettes; possession with intent to distribute, penalties. signed by governor
HB480 FOIA; attendance by certain members in a closed meeting. signed by governor
HB481 State and Local Government Conflict of Interests Act; disclosure forms. signed by governor
HB482 Circuit court clerks; technology fee. dead
HB483 Real property tax; concerning validity of valuation of property, etc. dead
HB484 Court records; secure remote access to records includes locating technology to offsite facility. signed by governor
HB485 Drug charges; expungement of marijuana conviction and those dismissed. dead
HB486 VRS; certain higher educational institution employees in optional retirement plan. dead
HB487 Prisoners; allows localities to charge persons for costs of transporting them to jail. dead
HB488 Interscholastic activities; requires Board of Education to act as liaisons. dead
HB489 Fees; additional fees for conviction. Domestic violence offenses; dead
HB490 Executive branch boards and councils, certain; staggering of terms, etc. signed by governor
HB491 Derelict and blighted buildings; authorizes locality to serve as receiver to repair. signed by governor
HB492 Grass and weeds; authorizes City of Hopewell to require by ordinance to cut on certain property. signed by governor
HB493 Grass and weeds; authorizes Prince George County to require by ordinance to cut on certain property. signed by governor
HB494 Death of child; parent, guardian, etc., failure to report to local law-enforcement agency, etc. dead
HB495 Virginia Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission; adds membership. dead
HB496 Discharge planning from state hospital or training center; right to return to place of residence. signed by governor
HB497 Handheld personal communications devices; prohibits use thereof while operating motor vehicle, etc. dead
HB498 Funeral processions; local sheriff and police department escorts. signed by governor
HB499 Vacant building registration; increases annual fee. dead
HB500 Foster care; DSS policies and procedures to protect personal identifying information of children. signed by governor
HB501 General fund; assignment of year-end balance. dead
HB502 Landlord and tenant laws; receipt required for payments in form of cash or money order. signed by governor
HB503 Shelters of last resort; civil immunity during disasters. dead
HB504 Virginia Center for School Safety; provide training to public school personnel on antibullying. signed by governor
HB505 Income tax, state; increases long-term care insurance credit. dead
HB506 Surgery; definition and who may perform. dead
HB507 Child abuse; increases reporting period by health care providers on substance exposed infants. signed by governor
HB508 Cannabinoids, synthetic; amends provisions regarding criminalization. signed by governor
HB509 Recordation tax; clarifies tax for deeds of trust is based on value of security interest. signed by governor
HB510 Virginia ports; change in ownership. dead
HB511 VRS; calculation for pension fund liabilities and assumed rate of return on its investments. dead
HB512 Intangible personal property tax; classification of certain machinery and tools. passed committee
HB513 Retail Sales and Use Tax; extends sunset dates for limited exemption periods for certain products. signed by governor
HB514 Tax credits; for costs to comply with excessive state regulations. dead
HB515 Campaign finance; authorizes investment of campaign committee funds. dead
HB516 Income tax, state; advances conformity with federal law. signed by governor
HB517 Income tax, state; creates deductions for life, medical, and dental insurance premiums. dead
HB518 Income tax, state; deductions for life, medical, and dental insurance premiums for certain people. dead
HB519 Corporations and other business entities; conversion and termination. enacted
HB520 State Inspector General, Office of; performance review of state agencies. dead
HB521 Indemnifying bond; not required of Commonwealth. signed by governor
HB522 Statewide system of trails; use of wheelchairs or other power-driven mobility devices permitted. signed by governor
HB523 Fire insurance policy; notice regarding earthquake exclusion. signed by governor
HB524 Driver's license holders; transmssions of medical examinations to DMV electronically. dead
HB525 Private security services businesses; exceptions for those out-of-state. dead
HB526 Helicopters; local regulation of use. signed by governor
HB527 Virginia Slave Commission; established, report. dead
HB528 Drug-free and gang-free zones; penalties. dead
HB529 Virginia Public Procurement Act; preference for local products and firms. dead
HB530 Virginia Public Procurement Act; permissive contract provisions for localities. dead
HB531 Historic rehabilitation tax credit; certain income under federal law is not income for State tax. signed by governor
HB532 Motor vehicles; prohibits operator from engaging in activities that impair operation of vehicle. dead
HB533 Four-for-Life; substantive review. dead
HB534 Certificate of public need; exemption from Request for Applications (RFAs) process. dead
HB535 Certificate of public need; relocation and certificates for certain nursing home beds. signed by governor
HB536 Motor fuels tax; removes requirement that bulk users & retailers of undyed diesel fuel be licensed. signed by governor
HB537 Dangerous dog registry; changes procedure for registering. signed by governor
HB538 Hunter education program; establishes a full-time position for each administrative region in DGIF. signed by governor
HB539 Private road; county ordinance may require maintenance by certain lot purchasers. dead
HB540 Construction projects; prohibits use of state or local funds if subject to project labor agreement. dead
HB541 DMV; collection of fees. enacted
HB542 Highway maintenance projects; allows localities to use revenue-sharing funds. dead
HB543 Massage therapists; licensure required by Board of Nursing. signed by governor
HB544 Suspension and expulsion; prohibits instances of disorderly or disruptive behavior offenses. dead
HB545 VDOT; allowed to drive on portion of highway other than a roadway to/from scene of traffic accident. signed by governor
HB546 Gang crimes; includes definition of predicate criminal act. signed by governor
HB547 School divisions, local; may use unexpended state funds to provide one-time bonus to teachers. dead
HB548 Higher educational institution; implement policies that recognize scheduling obligation by military. signed by governor
HB549 Child support arrearages; publication of names. dead
HB550 Agency reports; submission in written or electronic format. signed by governor
HB551 Telework expenses tax credit; extended for employers through December 31, 2016. signed by governor
HB552 Mental health and developmental services; replaces certain terminology, technical amendments. signed by governor
HB553 Airports, privately owned; duty of care and liability of landowners. signed by governor
HB554 Political subdivisions; Department of Aviation lease approval requirement. signed by governor
HB555 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage license for certain motor sports facilities. signed by governor
HB556 Internet; publication of personal information of certain public officials prohibited. signed by governor
HB557 Virginia Housing Development Authority; powers. signed by governor
HB558 Virginia Housing Development Authority; mortgage credit certificates. signed by governor
HB559 Natural gas utilities; qualified projects. signed by governor
HB560 Driver's licenses; prohibits issuance to certain persons. in committee
HB561 Solid waste disposal fee; adds Pittsylvania County to list of counties authorized to levy fee. signed by governor
HB562 Substance abuse assessment and screening; unemployment benefits. dead
HB563 Drug treatment court; established in City of Danville. dead
HB564 Electric utilities; ratemaking incentives, landfill gas. signed by governor
HB565 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes computers and related computer equipment. dead
HB566 Rental inspections; City of Fairfax to identify which residential dwelling units meet requirements. dead
HB567 Water and sewer authorities; may put lien on property for delinquent rates, etc., on real estate. signed by governor
HB568 Driver's licenses; allows military veterans to have their veteran status indicated. in committee
HB569 Elections; identification to register to vote and to vote at polls. dead
HB570 Mortgage loan originators; exempts from licensing employees of bona fide nonprofit organizations. signed by governor
HB571 Housing crisis; extends sunset date for several measures related to various land use approvals, etc. signed by governor
HB572 Owner financing for real property; licensing. signed by governor
HB573 Uniform Flag Act; flags shall be flown at half-mast for one day to honor fallen Virginians. signed by governor
HB574 House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustment in boundaries in Pittsylvania County. incorporated
HB575 Salem Highway Construction District Transportation Fund; established. dead
HB576 Public schools; teacher contract and evaluation policies. dead
HB577 Teachers of online courses and college partnership laboratory schools; background checks. signed by governor
HB578 Teacher licensure; Board of Education to develop criteria for those who teach only online courses. signed by governor
HB579 Applications for public assistance; may be made electronically. signed by governor
HB580 Fort Monroe Authority Act; declaration of policy, Governor to approve Fort Monroe Master Plan. signed by governor
HB581 Retail Sales and Use Tax; clarifies amount of revenue authorized tourism project is entitled. signed by governor
HB582 VITA; excludes procurement of information technology and telecommunications goods and services. dead
HB583 Mobile infrared transmitters; allows local governments to use devices to change traffic lights. dead
HB584 Highway median maintenance; VDOT to enter into agreements with local governments. dead
HB585 Small Business Investment Grant Fund; created. signed by governor
HB586 Corrections, Department of; confinement of local inmates in state correctional facilities. dead
HB587 Electric transmission lines; approval process. signed by governor
HB588 Speed limits; maximum speed limit in an industrial park is 35 miles per hour. in subcommittee
HB589 Repo men; traffic laws applicable. dead
HB590 Renewable energy facilities; eligibility for incentives. dead
HB591 School calendar; opening of school year in certain school divisions prior to Labor Day. dead
HB592 Concealed handgun permittees; criminal history record information check exemption for some firearms. dead
HB593 VEDP; required provisions in economic development agreements. dead
HB594 Virginia Retirement System; general registrars. dead
HB595 Aging services; changes deadlines for submission of four-year plan. signed by governor
HB596 Methamphetamine laboratory; if presence of lab in same place as child, etc. person guilty of felony. dead
HB597 Eminent domain; definitions of lost profits and access. incorporated
HB598 VIEW; screening and assessment of public assistance recipients for use of illegal substances. dead
HB599 Northern Virginia Transportation District; responsibilities of Department of Transportation. signed by governor
HB600 Transportation Board; changes composition. dead
HB601 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; board membership. signed by governor
HB602 School calendar; local school divisions to set. dead
HB603 School divisions, local; open enrollment policies. signed by governor
HB604 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: IN REMEMBRANCE, APRIL 16, 2007. dead
HB605 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; duty of care for board of directors. dead
HB606 Child custody; cases that award joint custody. dead
HB607 Unlawful filming of another; penalty. dead
HB608 Unlawful filming of another; creates civil cause of action for victims. dead
HB609 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; duties of regulatory boards. signed by governor
HB610 Corporations; filing articles of dissolution. dead
HB611 Competitive Government Act; Governor requires commercial activity procured from private sector. dead
HB612 Virginia Code Commission; public comment on revision, repeal, and recodification of Code sections. dead
HB613 Public employment; prohibits discrimination. dead
HB614 Comprehensive plan; controls future land use decisions of governing body. dead
HB615 Zoning; clarifies that localities may approve by special exception all modifications to property. dead
HB616 Advertising; within the limits of the highway, increases civil penalty, localities to share penalty. dead
HB617 Grass; authorizes locality to require by ordinance that owners of certain real estate cut. dead
HB618 Soil and water conservation boards, local; appointment of members of board of directors. dead
HB619 Convention to amend US Constitution; selection and participation of Virginia delegates. dead
HB620 Information Technology and Management Internal Service Fund; established for VITA. signed by governor
HB621 Veterans; repeals obsolete defense housing projects laws. signed by governor
HB622 Elections; authorizes any locality to provide for party identification of candidates on ballots. dead
HB623 Elections; administrative matters and duties of electoral board and general registrar. signed by governor
HB624 Sex offender registry; juvenile registration. passed senate
HB625 Transportation planning; proposed comprehensive plans in Northern Virginia. signed by governor
HB626 Highway noise; governing body of locality may evaluate from highways it may designate for analysis. signed by governor
HB627 Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project; use of state funds. dead
HB628 Voter registration; applicant to provide political party affiliation when registering to vote. dead
HB629 University of Virginia; increases size of board of visitors. signed by governor
HB630 Racketeering; amends provisions that allow for forfeiture of real or personal property. signed by governor
HB631 Application of foreign law; court decisions and contracts will be void as violation of policy. dead
HB632 Charter; Town of Windsor. signed by governor
HB633 Senate and House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustments in boundaries. dead
HB634 Franklin, City of; charter. dead
HB635 Equitable distribution; change of venue. signed by governor
HB636 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; adds attorneys for State and their assistants as members. dead
HB637 Grievance procedure; eliminates certain steps. signed by governor
HB638 Judicial authorization of treatment; advance directives. signed by governor
HB639 Higher Education, State Council of; publication of graduate employment rates on its website. signed by governor
HB640 Public schools; clarifies language relating to enrollment of military children. signed by governor
HB641 Children; employment certificate requirements. dead
HB642 High school accreditation; Board of Education to adopt regulation adjusting formula for calculating. signed by governor
HB643 Virginia Telephone Privacy Protection Act; telephone call includes any text message sent. dead
HB644 In-state tuition; eligibility of members of Virginia National Guard residing in state. dead
HB645 Renewable energy; expands definition. dead
HB646 Outdoor advertising; permit application fees. signed by governor
HB647 Driver's licenses; minors to be accompanied by parent, guardian, etc., to ceremony. signed by governor
HB648 Judgment; payee, etc., may appoint substitute for any attorney-in-fact authorized to confess. signed by governor
HB649 Vehicle odometers; increases penalty for tampering. signed by governor
HB650 Companion animals; notice to organizations of scheduled euthanizations. dead
HB651 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: I SUPPORT ANIMAL RESCUE. dead
HB652 Handheld personal communications devices; penalty if text messaging and emailing while driving. dead
HB653 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year. dead
HB654 Smoking; prohibition on grounds of public schools, etc. dead
HB655 Higher educational institutions; graduation rates. dead
HB656 Parental notification; school investigations. dead
HB657 Renewable energy portfolio standard program; adjusts mix of energy sources that qualify. dead
HB658 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local; definition of personal interest in a transaction. signed by governor
HB659 Transportation Board; increases number of members. dead
HB660 Solar photovoltaic power production projects; VDOT to lease space within highway rights-of-way. dead
HB661 Workers' compensation benefits; refusal of employment by disabled employee. dead
HB662 Community Colleges, State Board for; development of mental health services. dead
HB663 Child care subsidies; time limits. dead
HB664 Tax credits, state; publication of names on Department of Taxation's website. dead
HB665 Lobbying and finance disclosure; disclosure of gifts and contributions. dead
HB666 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; disclosure requirements. dead
HB667 Political contributions; prohibitions during procurement process. dead
HB668 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; posting of documents on association website. dead
HB669 Absentee voting; persons age 65 and older on day of election may vote absentee. dead
HB670 Voter registration; copy of change of address made at DMV shall be forwarded to Board of Elections. dead
HB671 Tax administration; awards for detection of tax underpayments. dead
HB672 Community Solar Gardens; created. dead
HB673 Protective orders; Allows general distict court to transfer case to appropriate court. dead
HB674 Protective orders; minor may petition on his own behalf without consent of parent or guardian. dead
HB675 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount from $200 to $500. dead
HB676 Child support; interest on arrearage. dead
HB677 Power of attorney; termination. signed by governor
HB678 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; local towing ordinances. dead
HB679 Criminal history information; prohibits sale of person's conviction when record is expunged. dead
HB680 Driving under influence of alcohol; award of exemplary damages. dead
HB681 Interest on appeal; computed from date of filing notice of to date appellate court issues mandate. signed by governor
HB682 Child custody or visitation; issues may be included in single petition in JDRC; etc. dead
HB683 Courthouses and courtrooms; assessment for security. dead
HB684 Coal mine safety; operator of coal mine to submit map and revisions that show directional changes. signed by governor
HB685 Emergency lights; removes member of fire department, rescue squad, etc. dead
HB686 License plates, special; issuance to veterans of Operation Desert Shield or Operation Desert Storm. signed by governor
HB687 Virginia Resources Authority; designees for Board of Directors. signed by governor
HB688 Driver's license, special; required for convicted methamphetamine offenders. dead
HB689 Driver's license; allows issuance to an applicant who fails to provide a social security number. dead
HB690 Financial exploitation of elderly or vulnerable adults; penalty. incorporated
HB691 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; disclosure requirements of certain large gifts. dead
HB692 Public employment; prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation, race, etc. dead
HB693 HOV lanes; extends sunset provision on use by vehicles with clean special fuel license plates. dead
HB694 Virginia Human Rights Act; policy of State. dead
HB695 Fox and coyote penning; Class 1 misdemeanor for purpose of hunting or killing with dogs. dead
HB696 Virtual programs; state funding. dead
HB697 Higher educational institutions; mental health policies. dead
HB698 Budget; conference report to be posted on Internet. dead
HB699 Highway maintenance funds; allocation of funds. dead
HB700 Crimes against incapacitated or elder adults; penalty. incorporated
HB701 Campus police; report of certain incidents to local law-enforcement agency. dead
HB702 Health insurance; credits provided for retired school division employees. dead
HB703 Higher educational institutions; policies related to student nonpayment to be established. signed by governor
HB704 Death of child; parent, guardian, etc., failure to report to local law-enforcement agency, etc. dead
HB705 Health insurance; diagnostic procedures resulting from preventive care or screening. dead
HB706 Pedestrians; requires vehicle drivers to stop at marked crosswalks, etc. dead
HB707 Funeral protests; penalty. dead
HB708 Bank-owned real estate; repeals provision that limits period that banks may hold. signed by governor
HB709 Motor vehicle insurance; medical expense benefits, assignments. dead
HB710 Coal mining; right to use shell, void opened underground, etc., created by removal of coal. signed by governor
HB711 Nursing education programs; due process procedures. dead
HB712 Coal severance tax; codifies manner in which it is calculated. dead
HB713 Power of attorney; embezzlement by agent, penalty. dead
HB714 Major business facility job tax credit; extends time credit may be taken over a two-year period. signed by governor
HB715 Health plan, State; makes changes to appeals process for complaints. signed by governor
HB716 Auxiliary police officers; training standards. dead
HB717 Methamphetamine manufactory; allowing child to be present, penalty. dead
HB718 Juveniles; transfer and trial as adults charged with certain offenses. signed by governor
HB719 Hunting and fishing license, special; permanently disabled veteran to apply and receive at no cost. signed by governor
HB720 Worker retraining tax credit; increase in credit amount. dead
HB721 Towing and Recovery Operators, Board of; abolishes Board. dead
HB722 Charter; City of Newport News. incorporated
HB723 Transportation; funding and administration in various construction districts. dead
HB724 False advertising; exempts real estate brokers and salespersons from criminal and civil liability. dead
HB725 Motor vehicle title loans, payday loans, and open-end credit plans; caps interest rate. dead
HB726 Sale of property; City of Newport News to sell certain property for nominal amount. signed by governor
HB727 Statewide uniform grading policy; requires Board of Education to establish. dead
HB728 Transportation impact fees; when amount assessed and imposed. dead
HB729 Urban development areas; increases population thresholds to determine applicability of requirements. dead
HB730 Veterans Services, Board of; voting by ex officio members. signed by governor
HB731 Performance guarantees; street construction. dead
HB732 Transfer of development rights; ordinance may permit a sending property to be used for parks, etc. signed by governor
HB733 Pharmacists; compounding authority. signed by governor
HB734 Recordation tax; a deed to have amount of consideration stated on its first page of document. signed by governor
HB735 Community-based continuing care (CBCC) providers; required to be registered with SCC. signed by governor
HB736 Primary schedule; moves primary date in anticipation of redistricting process, etc. vetoed by governor
HB737 Modeling and Simulation Advisory Council; adds two citizen members representing higher education. signed by governor
HB738 Human Resource Management, Department of; health and related insurance for state employees. signed by governor
HB739 Virginia College Savings Plan; JLARC to oversee and evaluate, report. signed by governor
HB740 Line of Duty Act; political subdivisions to make an irrevocable election to self-fund benefits. dead
HB741 Public-Private Partnership Advisory Commission; powers. dead
HB742 Farm vehicles; distance limit. in subcommittee
HB743 Farm utility vehicles; tax exemption. signed by governor
HB744 Interstate Compact on Placement of Children; placement of children in residential facility. signed by governor
HB745 Supreme Court of Virginia; required to develop weighted caseload system to assess caseloads, report. signed by governor
HB746 Farm vehicles; exemption from registration. signed by governor
HB747 Juvenile delinquency records; destruction of court records for underage possession of alcohol. dead
HB748 Expungement of cases; ineligibility for those deferred and dismissed. dead
HB749 Assault and battery; adds campus police officers to list for enhanced punishment. dead
HB750 Inherent authority; deferred disposition in criminal case. in committee
HB751 Criminal street gang; recruitment of persons by telephone or electronic communication, penalty. dead
HB752 Strangulation of another; penalty. signed by governor
HB753 Juvenile offenses; State attorney to file motion with court of offenses requiring registration. signed by governor
HB754 Concealed handgun permit applications; removes option for locality to require fingerprints. signed by governor
HB755 Judgments; statute of limitations. dead
HB756 Innovation Technical Advisory Group; established. signed by governor
HB757 Town of Urbanna; liens for water charges. signed by governor
HB758 Littering; defines and provides for penalties based on gravity of offense. dead
HB759 Public libraries; adds County of Middlesex to localities that are not required to have boards. dead
HB760 Water and sewer system connections; adds Gloucester County to those counties that may require. dead
HB761 Recording deeds; statement of preparation. signed by governor
HB762 License plates, special; changes those promoting tourism on Virginia's Eastern Shore. dead
HB763 Nonresident executors and testamentary trustees; conveyance of real estate located in State. signed by governor
HB764 Higher educational institutions; indemnification agreements. signed by governor
HB765 College partnership laboratory schools; development of programs with public school divisions. signed by governor
HB766 Governor's Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development Fund; established, report. signed by governor
HB767 Small Business Jobs Grant Fund Program; developed to assist small businesses job creation. signed by governor
HB768 Virginia Jobs Investment Program; created, Dept. of Business Assistance to administer programs. signed by governor
HB769 Elections; party identification on ballots in local elections. dead
HB770 Emergency protective orders; not to be issued against law-enforcement officer performing his duties. signed by governor
HB771 Campus police officers; included in definition of law-enforcement officers. signed by governor
HB772 Inspector General, State; investigator included in definition of law-enforcement officer. dead
HB773 Local government; publication of notices for charter changes, etc. dead
HB774 License plates, special; repeals issuance to supporters celebrating centennial of Fort Belvoir. signed by governor
HB775 Public assistance; social services to collect accurate contact information from applicants. signed by governor
HB776 Federal Oversight, Commission on; created, report. dead
HB777 Evaluate Tax Preferences, Joint Subcommittee to; established, report. signed by governor
HB778 Tolls; prohibits on Interstate 95 without approval of General Assembly. dead
HB779 In-state tuition; undocumented persons eligibility. dead
HB780 Converted electric vehicles; creates definition for vehicles converted from gas to electric power. signed by governor
HB781 Minority Business Enterprises, Department of; changes definition of small business, etc. dead
HB782 Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan; coverage for certain children and pregnant women. dead
HB783 Microenterprise investment tax credits; created for individuals who make qualified investment. dead
HB784 Exercise due care; requires drivers to avoid colliding with pedestrian. dead
HB785 Following too closely; includes bicycles, electric personal assistive mobility devices, mopeds, etc. dead
HB786 Elections; absentee voting. dead
HB787 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption on renewable energy equipment. dead
HB788 Green Public Buildings Act; created. incorporated
HB789 Electrical utility facilities; consideration of stability of fuel prices. dead
HB790 Virginia Housing Partnership Revolving Fund; renamed Virginia Housing Trust Fund. incorporated
HB791 Virginia Retirement System; technical changes to programs administered. signed by governor
HB792 Virginia Retirement System; deferred compensation for local employees. signed by governor
HB793 Drug treatment court; established in County of Montgomery. dead
HB794 Urban development areas; incorporation of areas optional rather than mandatory, etc. dead
HB795 Food and beverage tax; authorizes Floyd County to impose. dead
HB796 Health, State Board of; guidelines for cleanup of residential property used as clandestine drug lab. signed by governor
HB797 Handguns; carrying while under influence of alcohol or drugs in a public place, penalty. dead
HB798 Salvage vehicles; consumer awareness of issues that may occur from purchasing at auction. dead
HB799 Wetlands and streams; water protection permits, conditions for contribution to Board-approved fund. dead
HB800 Speed limits; shall be 35 miles per hour on nonsurface treated highways. signed by governor
HB801 Equalization, Board of; Loudoun County board of supervisors to appoint members. dead
HB802 Virginia Pump Toll; established. dead
HB803 Charter; Town of Hillsboro in Loudoun County. signed by governor
HB804 Charter; Town of Purcellville. signed by governor
HB805 Motor vehicles; authorized on-road clean screen program and emissions inspection. enacted
HB806 Overweight and oversize vehicle permits and fees; provides a method of assigning cost-based fees. signed by governor
HB807 Electronic tracking devices; person who uses without consent to track location of another, penalty. dead
HB808 Senate and House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustments in boundries. incorporated
HB809 Insurance; employees of political subdivisions of State may receive from a locality. signed by governor
HB810 Transportation Accountability, Joint Commission on; admin. staff support by House Clerk's Office. signed by governor
HB811 Corporate tax credit; taxes paid in another state. dead
HB812 Historic district; notice of public hearing on designation of district. dead
HB813 Commercial space flight; funding and oversight. signed by governor
HB814 Virginia Public Health Foundation; established, report. dead
HB815 University of Virginia; university-related foundation funds used in relation to FOIA. dead
HB816 Freedom of Information Act; university-related foundation funds. dead
HB817 FOIA; use of general fund appropriations by colleges or universities. dead
HB818 Freedom of Information Act; use of general fund appropriations. dead
HB819 Virginia College Savings Plan; acceptance of commemorative coins minted by State Treasurer. dead
HB820 National Guard; eligibility for service. dead
HB821 Wrongful foreclosure; creates civil cause of action for owner of any residential real property, etc. dead
HB822 Mortgage modification; application, limitations on foreclosure. dead
HB823 Planning district commissions; functional areas warranting regional cooperation shall be limited. dead
HB824 HPV vaccine; State shall assume liability for any injury resulting from administration. dead
HB825 Application of foreign law; court decisions will be void as violation of public policy of State. dead
HB826 Bigamy; penalty. dead
HB827 Transportation districts; repeals allocation of funds. dead
HB828 Elections; voter integrity and identification provisions. dead
HB829 Virginia Immunization Information System; linkages to other VDH databases. signed by governor
HB830 Arts and cultural districts; allows a locality to create more than one. signed by governor
HB831 Nonpartisan Redistricting Commission; created. dead
HB832 Retail Sales and Use Tax; distribution of revenue to localities based on school-age population. dead
HB833 At Home in Virginia; designating as official state song. dead
HB834 Fines and fees; imposed under certain local ordinances are to be paid to school division, etc. dead
HB835 Shared work programs; established, report. dead
HB836 Pregnant prisoners; prohibits use of restraints by any correctional facility. dead
HB837 District court employees; local salary supplements may be paid wholly out of local funds. signed by governor
HB838 House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustment in boundaries. incorporated
HB839 Defective drywall; redefines term. signed by governor
HB840 Charter; City of Portsmouth. signed by governor
HB841 Major business facility job credits & enterprise zone job creation grants; not allowed for same job. signed by governor
HB842 Business license or land use authorization, local; conditions of issuance. signed by governor
HB843 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Trees Virginia. dead
HB844 Edgar Mullins Bridge; designating as bridge on Route 666 and on South Mountain Road in Wise County. dead
HB845 Business entities; clarifies that name of entity cannot imply that is another type of business. signed by governor
HB846 Jake brakes; Town of St. Paul to regulate use when operating motor vehicles within Town. dead
HB847 Charter; Town of Coeburn. signed by governor
HB848 Methamphetamine lab cleanup costs; localities may charge for reimbursement. signed by governor
HB849 Juveniles; court to conduct review hearing in secure facility via two-way electronic video. signed by governor
HB850 General registrars; shall serve on a full-time basis. dead
HB851 Higher education; establishing violence prevention committees and threat assessment teams. dead
HB852 Higher educational institutions; may require any accepted student provide complete record. signed by governor
HB853 Suicidal students; higher educational institutions shall develop policies addressing. signed by governor
HB854 Drug treatment court; established in County of Montgomery. dead
HB855 Nuisance species; definitionto include coyotes and feral swine. signed by governor
HB856 Critical incident stress management teams; privileged information regarding criminal acts, etc. signed by governor
HB857 Bicycles; Town Council of Blacksburg to permit operation in either direction on one-way streets. in subcommittee
HB858 Tramadol; added to list of Schedule IV controlled substances. dead
HB859 Concealed handgun permittees; criminal history record information check exemption for some firearms. dead
HB860 Towing ordinances; localities in Northern Virginia to require companies to submit to inspection. signed by governor
HB861 Vehicle and trailer immobilization; subject to removal for outstanding parking violations. signed by governor
HB862 Income tax, state; deduction for tolls. dead
HB863 Zoning; civil penalties constitute liens on real property. dead
HB864 Transportation Board; changes composition, Governor shall appoint or remove members, etc. dead
HB865 Taxicabs; local regulation. signed by governor
HB866 Fairfax County School Board; staggered elections. dead
HB867 Certificates of insurance; unfair insurance trade practices. signed by governor
HB868 Plug-in electric-drive vehicles; may park free of charge in certain parking spaces when recharging. in subcommittee
HB869 Urban development areas; makes designation optional rather than mandatory for all localities. signed by governor
HB870 Repairable vehicles; definition, exemption. signed by governor
HB871 Limited burial insurance authority; changes definition. signed by governor
HB872 Property and casualty insurance; provides for SCC licensing and regulation of public adjusters. passed
HB873 Direct Aid to Public Education; amends by lowering maximum Composite Index rate. dead
HB874 Handheld personal communications devices; penalty if text messaging and emailing while driving. dead
HB875 Motor vehicle insurance; places time limits on appeals to DMV for suspension of driver's license. signed by governor
HB876 Motor vehicle fuels sales tax; transfer administration and collection to DMV. enacted
HB877 Comptroller; assignment of general fund balance remaining at year end. dead
HB878 Motor vehicles, certain; raises amount localities may charge for an annual license tax upon owners. enacted
HB879 Income tax, state; subtraction for certain death benefit payments. signed by governor
HB880 Fishing license, special; established for partially disabled veterans. signed by governor
HB881 Political campaign advertisements; disclosure requirements. signed by governor
HB882 Financial exploitation of elderly or vulnerable adults; penalty. incorporated
HB883 Income tax, state; credit for solar energy equipment systems. dead
HB884 DMV; privileged records of law-enforcement officers. dead
HB885 Nurses; licensure exemption. signed by governor
HB886 Truancy; Board of Education shall promulgate regulations to address. vetoed by governor
HB887 Student suspension or expulsion from school; requires superintendent to ensure continued education. dead
HB888 Companion animals, tethering of; allows any locality to regulate by ordinance. dead
HB889 Tolls; collected for use of Midtown or Downtown Tunnels between Norfolk and Portsmouth. dead
HB890 Mortgage foreclosure; right to reinstatement. dead
HB891 Mobile infrared transmitters; violation of prohibition on operation of nonemergency vehicles. dead
HB892 Highway Construction Projects Trust Fund; established. dead
HB893 E-911 Services Board; Commonwealth Interoperability Coordinator to serve as advisor. signed by governor
HB894 Electric and natural gas utilities; energy efficiency programs. enacted
HB895 Voter registration; requires proof of U.S. citizenship, residence, and photo ID to register. dead
HB896 Alcoholic beverage control; Sunday operation of government stores after 1:00 p.m. signed by governor
HB897 Virginia Child Protection Accountability System; reporting of certain information by VCSC, etc. signed by governor
HB898 Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund; for transportation funding. dead
HB899 Retail Sales and Use Tax and motor fuels tax; funds for transportation. dead
HB900 Higher educational institutions; mental health and parental notification policies. signed by governor
HB901 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; suspension of rights, rules violations. dead
HB902 Condominium Act; time limits for expansion, contraction, or conversion of condominium. signed by governor
HB903 Proffered conditions; landowners may apply to governing body for amendments, etc., of conditions. dead
HB904 Charter; Town of Middleburg. signed by governor
HB905 Nonpublic school students; organizations governing participation in interscholastic programs. dead
HB906 Charter; Town of Leesburg. signed by governor
HB907 House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustment in boundaries in Clarke County. dead
HB908 Land preservation tax credit; application for credits prior to any donation. dead
HB909 Highway maintenance and construction; allocation of funds. dead
HB910 Cash proffers; expands existing provisions that allow certain alternative uses. signed by governor
HB911 Renewable energy; requires SCC to establish a program of community net metering. dead
HB912 Virginia Intrastate Commerce Act; created. dead
HB913 Solid waste management plan, regional or local; making such plans optional. in committee
HB914 Children at play signs; allows county or town governments to install. signed by governor
HB915 Habeas corpus; oral argument on motion. in committee
HB916 Prisoners; harassment by use of computer, penalty. dead
HB917 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; required meetings of regulatory boards. signed by governor
HB918 Medicaid; appeals of agency determinations. Regarding overpayments. dead
HB919 Personal property tax; vehicle distrained and sold for delinquent taxes, penalty & accrued interest. signed by governor
HB920 Medicaid Managed Care Ombudsman, Office of; established. dead
HB921 Hunting; allows person to hunt wild bird or wild animal on Sundays. dead
HB922 Real estate tax; exemption for disabled veterans. signed by governor
HB923 Concealed handgun permits and carrying concealed weapons; reorganizing and recodifying law. dead
HB924 Larceny; conspiracy to commit, penalty. dead
HB925 Castle doctrine; codifies version allowing use of deadly force against an intruder in dwelling. dead
HB926 Circuit court; Prince William County authorizing clerk to charge convenience fee for land records. signed by governor
HB927 Secondhand articles; includes certain telecommunications cable. signed by governor
HB928 Mechanics' liens; allows contractors to obtain liens in amount of value of work contracted for lots. signed by governor
HB929 Concealed weapons; exemption of former attorneys for State to obtain permit. passed subcommittee
HB930 Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act; administration of election laws for military voters. dead
HB931 Elections; party identification on ballots in local elections. dead
HB932 Voluntary Nutrient Management Plan Program; DCR to develop training and certification program. signed by governor
HB933 Real estate tax; exemption for disabled veterans. signed by governor
HB934 Bottomlands conveyed by special grant; establishes presumption in civil action for trespass, etc. dead
HB935 Medical College of Virginia; naming conventions. dead
HB936 Senate and House Committees on Standards of Conduct; requires each house to establish. dead
HB937 Spouses of military service members; expediting issuance of business licenses, etc. signed by governor
HB938 Military training, etc.; regulatory boards to accept as equivalent to requirements for licensures. signed by governor
HB939 Accounts, Department of; recovery of erroneous or improper payments to state officer or employee. signed by governor
HB940 Handguns; eliminates prohibition on purchasing more than one in a 30-day period. signed by governor
HB941 Fire investigation warrant; State Police arson investigators may obtain. signed by governor
HB942 Alternative onsite sewage system; locality can not require owner to enter in performance agreement. dead
HB943 Service handguns; certain law-enforcement officers to purchase. enacted
HB944 Sexually violent predators; conducting probable cause hearing. signed by governor
HB945 Virginia Public Procurement Act; performance and payment bonds on transportation-related projects. signed by governor
HB946 Political action committees; campaign finance filings. signed by governor
HB947 Nonpublic school students; organizations governing participation in interscholastic programs. dead
HB948 Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; crimes included. signed by governor
HB949 Virginia Retirement System (VRS); optional defined contribution retirement plan for state employees. dead
HB950 Transcripts; provided to defendant in all felony cases. dead
HB951 DUI ignition interlock; required on first offense as a condition of a restricted license. incorporated
HB952 Carrying concealed weapons; correctional officers. dead
HB953 Assault and battery; adds prison contractor to class of people victimized in prisons, penalty. dead
HB954 Criminal law; redefinition of triggerman rule, penalty. incorporated
HB955 VIEW; screening and assessment of public assistance recipients for use of illegal substances. dead
HB956 Immediate sanction probation; removes two program limit. dead
HB957 Zero tolerance; shall continue for two years following restoration of driving privileges for DUI. dead
HB958 Citizenship of arrestee; if accused is not committed to jail, arresting officer to ascertain. passed senate
HB959 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption on certain tangible personal property. signed by governor
HB960 Certificates of insurance; no person shall issue those with false or misleading information. dead
HB961 Shoplifting and employee theft; merchant allowed to recover damages under certain circumstances. signed by governor
HB962 DUI; penalty for maiming shall include a mandatory minimum term of confinement of one year. dead
HB963 Child pornography; possession, distribution, solicitation, etc., penalty. signed by governor
HB964 Child pornography or grooming video; person 18 years of age or older displaying to a minor, penalty. signed by governor
HB965 Campus police; mutual aid agreements with local law-enforcement agencies and State Police. signed by governor
HB966 Guardian ad litem; shall not be appointed to represent child, etc. if committed delinquent act. dead
HB967 Campus police officers; included in definition of law-enforcement officers. dead
HB968 Drug trafficking; 3 years shall be mandatory minimum term of imprisonment for subsequent offense. signed by governor
HB969 Sexual assault response teams; State attorney to invite chiefs of campus police to annual meeting. signed by governor
HB970 Child abuse and neglect; mandatory reporting, penalties. signed by governor
HB971 Barrier crimes; adds extortion and felony violations of protective orders to statute. signed by governor
HB972 Involuntary commitment; criteria for commitment. signed by governor
HB973 Sex crimes; penalties for offender who is 18 or older for rape, etc. of child under age 13. signed by governor
HB974 Campaign finance disclosure reports; requires SBE to replace residence address of certain voters. signed by governor
HB975 Governmental utility corporation; acting as public service corporation or public service company. signed by governor
HB976 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; DSS to annually review amount of payment made to recipient. dead
HB977 Virginia Human Rights Act; prohibits discrimination employment based on sexual orientation. dead
HB978 Charter; City of Falls Church. signed by governor
HB979 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; adoption and enforcement of rules. dead
HB980 Health insurance; time limit on submitting claims. dead
HB981 Dead or missing child; failure by parent, etc., to report, penalty. dead
HB982 Crimes against incapacitated adults; penalty. incorporated
HB983 Motor fuels tax rate; converts rate from cents per gallon to a percentage rate. dead
HB984 Department of State Police; establishment of cold case searchable database. dead
HB985 Pawnbrokers and precious metals dealers; photograph required of person pawning, selling, etc. dead
HB986 Cannabinoids, synthetic; amends provisions regarding criminalization. dead
HB987 Financial exploitation of incapacitated adults; penalties. dead
HB988 Medical Fraud Control Unit; Attorney General to appoint investigators. dead
HB989 Hunting; removes prohibition to hunt on Sunday between hours of 2:00 p.m. and sunset. dead
HB990 Elk; authorization of nonlethal control measures against. signed by governor
HB991 Charter schools; school personnel need not be employees of local school board. dead
HB992 Assault and battery; Class 1 misdemeanor against a family or household member. dead
HB993 Homestead exemption; increases if householder is 65 years of age or older. dead
HB994 Broadband Advisory Council; certain designees to serve on the Council. signed by governor
HB995 Forestry, Department of; limits payments from timber sales to localities. signed by governor
HB996 Minority Business Enterprise, Department of; authorizes electronic certification process. signed by governor
HB997 Public assistance; written and oral information to applicant. signed by governor
HB998 Farm stores; exempts stores that are owned and operated by farmer from State inspection. dead
HB999 Teleworks tax credit; for individual who teleworks a minimum of 20 hours per week. dead
HB1000 Telework expenses tax credit; raises cap on aggregate amount available in years 2012 and 2013. dead
HB1001 Immigration laws; agreement with United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement. dead
HB1002 Hunting; allows person to hunt wild animal on Sunday, on private lands in certain counties. dead
HB1003 Employment discrimination; no employer shall discharge on basis of age. dead
HB1004 Tuition; higher educational institutions to determine undergraduate out-of-state charges. dead
HB1005 Nonpublic school students; organizations governing participation in interscholastic programs. dead
HB1006 Home school instruction tax credit; includes amount paid for materials and correspondence courses. dead
HB1007 Voter registration; DMV to transmit voter registration applications to State Board of Elections. signed by governor
HB1008 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; rights of owners. dead
HB1009 Land-disturbing activities; service of order for violation shall be posted on site, etc. signed by governor
HB1010 Guardian appointment; concurrent commitment hearing. dead
HB1011 Abatement of criminal conviction; effect of death of person convicted in circuit court, etc. dead
HB1012 Criminal history record information check; elimination of fees. dead
HB1013 Income tax, state & corporate; extends subtraction for capital gains from investments in businesses. signed by governor
HB1014 State employee associations; prohibits payroll deductions. dead
HB1015 Public Procurement Act; bid match preference for State businesses. dead
HB1016 Alternative Fuel Vehicle Conversion Fund; established. signed by governor
HB1017 Renewable energy portfolio standard program; eliminates Performance Incentive provision. dead
HB1018 Route 58 Corridor Completion Fund; created. dead
HB1019 Charter; City of Chesapeake. signed by governor
HB1020 Precious metal dealers; retention of purchases for a minimum of 15 calendar days. signed by governor
HB1021 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly to delay reconvened session (voter referendum). signed by governor
HB1022 Confederate cemeteries and graves; changes organization responsible for Presbyterian Cemetery. signed by governor
HB1023 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for hiring certain individuals. dead
HB1024 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; use of Fund. dead
HB1025 Drivers licenses; allows military veterans to have their veteran status indicated. in committee
HB1026 Alcoholic beverage control; advertising 'Happy Hour.' incorporated
HB1027 Motor fuels tax; permits two or more localities to impose. in subcommittee
HB1028 Electrical utility facilities; State Corporation Commission to consider public health impacts. dead
HB1029 Real property; removes requirement that certain planning commissioners own. dead
HB1030 Income tax, corporate; corporations not allowed to claim tax credit to reduce tax below $250. dead
HB1031 Advanced placement tests; course credit. dead
HB1032 Tax bills; sunset provisions. dead
HB1033 Protective orders, permanent; provides circuit court jurisdiction to hear petitions to modify. signed by governor
HB1034 Interstate agreements, certain; State withdrawal from Southern Growth Policies Agreement. signed by governor
HB1035 Eminent domain; definitions of lost access and lost profits, determining compensation. signed by governor
HB1036 Primary elections expenses; local electoral boards authorized to establish procedures. dead
HB1037 Methamphetamine site cleanup; court shall order reasonable costs to be paid by defendant, etc. enacted
HB1038 Overweight and oversize vehicle permits and fees; provides a method of assigning cost-based fees. dead
HB1039 Highway maintenance payments; increased by Commisioner where traffic volumes exceed certain average. dead
HB1040 License plates, special; issuance of those commemorating America's buffalo soldiers. dead
HB1041 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for hiring veterans. dead
HB1042 Driver's licenses; extends expiration date for certain active military personnel. signed by governor
HB1043 Vehicle registration; grace period for replacement of plates, etc., for member of armed forces, etc. signed by governor
HB1044 Minority Business Enterprises, Department of; changes definition of small business. dead
HB1045 Uniform Statewide Building Code; requires Board of Housing and Community Development to revise. dead
HB1046 Real property tax; exemption for elderly and disabled. dead
HB1047 Elections; authorizes locality to extend hours polls are open. dead
HB1048 Miranda rights; to be read in arrestee's native language. dead
HB1049 Income tax, state; tax credit for taxpayers employing persons in STEM internship positions. dead
HB1050 Income tax, state; tax credit for hiring military persons as STEM interns. dead
HB1051 Primary elections; adds party affiliation to application when registering to vote. dead
HB1052 Firearms and other weapons; removing prohibition against carrying in air carrier airport terminals. dead
HB1053 Handheld personal communications devices; penalty if text messaging and emailing while driving. dead
HB1054 Public records; retention and destruction of original records by clerk of circuit court. dead
HB1055 Voter registration; military and overseas voters to return application by fax. dead
HB1056 Veterans; determination of status of unclaimed cremains. dead
HB1057 Absentee voting; procedures for military and overseas voters. dead
HB1058 Advertising; within the limits of a highway, increases civil penalty. dead
HB1059 Zoning Appeals, Board of; jurisdictions imposing civil penalties for violations of ordinances, etc. signed by governor
HB1060 Citizenship of arrestee; if accused is not committed to jail, arresting officer to ascertain. dead
HB1061 Secondary school graduation requirements; diplomas. signed by governor
HB1062 Virginia Employment Commission; Office of Attorney General may represent interests of State. signed by governor
HB1063 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year. dead
HB1064 Geriatric prisoners; removes petition requirement for Parole Board to consider conditional release. dead
HB1065 Erosion & Sediment Control, Stormwater, & Chesapeake Bay Preservation Acts; integration of programs. signed by governor
HB1066 Absentee voting; unlawful to notify a voter that his ballot rejected until polls have closed. dead
HB1067 Virginia Public Procurement Act; alternative dispute resolution. dead
HB1068 Real estate tax; commercial and industrial property in localities in Northern Virginia. signed by governor
HB1069 Primary elections; adds party affiliation to application when registering to vote. dead
HB1070 All-terrain and utility vehicles; expands definition. dead
HB1071 Alternative onsite sewage system; owner exempt from requirements for operation and maintenance. dead
HB1072 Motor vehicle emissions inspections; privatizes services now provided by DEQ, etc. dead
HB1073 Residential rental properties; appeal of real property assessments, fair market value. signed by governor
HB1074 Prostitution; Class 1 misdemeanor for solicitation from a minor. dead
HB1075 Hospital discharge procedures; community services boards to provide information on certain services. signed by governor
HB1076 Special use permit; locality may require permit for storage or disposal of certain waste. signed by governor
HB1077 Day labor centers; use of E-Verify program. dead
HB1078 Deferred Retirement Option Program; Fairfax County to exclude elected officials from participating. dead
HB1079 Cigarette tax; prohibits locality from restricting owner from transferring stamped cigarettes. dead
HB1080 Student discipline; parental notification. dead
HB1081 Cigarettes; repeals statute authorizing localities in administering and enforcing local taxes. dead
HB1082 Recordation tax; eliminates exemption for certain deeds of trust securing a refinanced obligation. dead
HB1083 In-state students; admission at certain higher educational institutions. dead
HB1084 Voter identification requirements; provisional ballot to be offered if voter has no photo ID. dead
HB1085 Persons entitled to register and vote; person shall be deemed a resident of State. dead
HB1086 Restitution; allows victim to authorize State attorney to collect. dead
HB1087 Nursing home patients; notice of discharge or transfer to State Long-Term Care Ombudsman. dead
HB1088 Reduced cigarette ignition propensity; eliminates an exemption. signed by governor
HB1089 Public schools; immunization requirements. signed by governor
HB1090 Medicaid eligibility; determination of assets. dead
HB1091 Alcoholic beverages; unlawful possession. signed by governor
HB1092 Physical education; Board of Education to develop guidelines governing requirements in schools. signed by governor
HB1093 Garnishment; garnishee shall pay money on behalf of judgment debtor directly to judgment creditor. dead
HB1094 Personal jurisdiction; expands long-arm statute, acknowledging parentage. dead
HB1095 Qualified domestic relations order; enforcement of support. signed by governor
HB1096 Attorney fees; awarding of fees to be reasonable in juvenile and domestic relations district courts. dead
HB1097 Judicial retirement; increases mandatory retirement age to 72. dead
HB1098 Civil rights; automatically restored to certain persons for eligibilty to register to vote. dead
HB1099 Employment discrimination; expands circumstances creating an individual cause of action. dead
HB1100 Virginia Housing Trust Fund Authority; created, report. dead
HB1101 Critical incident stress management teams; privileged information, penalty. incorporated
HB1102 Renewable energy portfolio standard program; credits for investments. signed by governor
HB1103 Criminal history record information check; making false statements, penalty. dead
HB1104 Va. Fire Services Board and State Board of Juvenile Justice; powers & duties. signed by governor
HB1105 Freedom of Information Act; electronic communication meetings. dead
HB1106 Behavior and assistant behavior analysts; licensure by Board of Medicine. signed by governor
HB1107 Public schools; possession and administration of auto-injectable epinephrine. signed by governor
HB1108 Career and technical education; industry certifications mandatory part of program. signed by governor
HB1109 Problem Gambling Treatment Fund; established. dead
HB1110 Landlord and tenant laws; dwelling units. signed by governor
HB1111 Statewide Fire Prevention Code & Uniform Statewide Building Code; fees for enforcement and appeals. signed by governor
HB1112 Human papillomavirus vaccine; eliminates requirement of vaccination for female children. dead
HB1113 Biscuit Run; DCR to negotiate land exchange of certain acres in Albemarle County. signed by governor
HB1114 Sport shooting ranges, certain; applicability of local ordinaces. dead
HB1115 Solemnization of marriage; eliminating government oversight of religious rites. dead
HB1116 Retail Sales and Use Tax; distribution of revenue collected in certain public facilities. signed by governor
HB1117 Annexation by cities; continuation of moratorium. signed by governor
HB1118 Elections; persons eligible to obtain lists of persons voting. signed by governor
HB1119 Wake surfing; unlawful to operate certain watercraft within 50 feet of docks, etc., exception. signed by governor
HB1120 Circuit court judges; increases number in Tenth Judicial Circuit. dead
HB1121 Veterans Services, Department of; ratio of claims agents to number of veterans in State. signed by governor
HB1122 Derelict and blighted buildings; authorizes locality to serve as receiver to repair. dead
HB1123 Criminal history record information; access by State Treasurer. signed by governor
HB1124 Capital outlay plan; projects to be funded from general fund-supported resources. passed senate
HB1125 Dead bodies; requires court authorization for locality to pay reasonable expenses for disposition. dead
HB1126 Sanctions with Unified Rapid Enforcement (SURE); created. dead
HB1127 Charter; Town of Virgilina. signed by governor
HB1128 Real property tax; attorney to request commissioner of revenue to correct assessment of property. signed by governor
HB1129 Virginia Retirement System; modifies several provisions of defined benefit retirement plan. incorporated
HB1130 Retirement System; hybrid retirement program created, optional defined retirement plan created, etc. signed by governor
HB1131 Elections; municipalities will pay expenses associated with May elections after June 30, 2009, etc. in committee
HB1132 Primary elections; allows write-in votes, etc. dead
HB1133 Candidate petitions for primaries and general elections; requirements for petition circulators. signed by governor
HB1134 Line of Duty Act; definition of deceased person. signed by governor
HB1135 Concealed handgun permit; removes certain requirements for out-of-state permits. dead
HB1136 Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety Act; exemptions for certain liquefied propane gas containers. signed by governor
HB1137 Historic districts; any locality that establishes or expands district shall identify all landmarks. signed by governor
HB1138 Civil remedies; use of depositions. dead
HB1139 Reinsurance credits; conforms State's law to Credit for Reinsurance Model Law of NAIC. signed by governor
HB1140 Carisoprodol; added to list of Schedule IV controlled substances. signed by governor
HB1141 Ezogabine; added to list of Schedule V controlled substances. signed by governor
HB1142 Charter; Town of Glen Lyn. signed by governor
HB1143 Public records; retention and destruction of original records by clerk of circuit court. dead
HB1144 Contractors, Board for; waiver of license requirement for Habitat for Humanity. signed by governor
HB1145 Virginia Public Procurement Act; preference for local businesses. dead
HB1146 Charter; Town of Stephens City. signed by governor
HB1147 Garnishment; venue, garnishment without judgement debtor's social security number. signed by governor
HB1148 Tangible personal property; volunteer deputy sheriffs. signed by governor
HB1149 Freedom of Information Act; electronic communication meetings by local and regional public bodies. dead
HB1150 Cash proffers; removes provision allowing court to award attorney fees in certain cases. dead
HB1151 Congressional districts; petition requirements for candidates for statewide offices. signed by governor
HB1152 Threat assessment teams; authorized to receive health and criminal history records of students. signed by governor
HB1153 Income tax, state; conformity with federal law. signed by governor
HB1154 State Police, Department of; access to electronic evidence. signed by governor
HB1155 Income tax, state; taxation of trusts established for disabled individuals. dead
HB1156 Public schools; administration of auto-injectable epinephrine. dead
HB1157 Local governments; equalizes city and county taxing authority. dead
HB1158 Virginia Water Protection Permit; issuance of permit by State Water Control Board. signed by governor
HB1159 Shark fins; bans possession, sale, etc., penalty. dead
HB1160 Unlawful detention of U.S. citizens; prevents any agency, etc., from assisting in investigation. signed by governor
HB1161 Methamphetamine precursors; sale and tracking, penalties. signed by governor
HB1162 Human embryos; research prohibited, penalty. dead
HB1163 Alcoholic beverage control; proof of legal age required. dead
HB1164 Secondary and urban system highways; STO to conduct periodic examination of process. signed by governor
HB1165 Richmond Metropolitan Authority; may establish and maintain police department, etc. dead
HB1166 Renewable energy portfolio standard program; reporting requirements to State Corporation Commission. signed by governor
HB1167 High Performance Buildings Act; created. signed by governor
HB1168 Trust institutions; entities authorized to engage in trust business in State includes out-of-state. signed by governor
HB1169 Workers' compensation; WCC shall retain jurisdiction for employees to pursue payment of charges. signed by governor
HB1170 Income tax, state and corporate; credit for service renewable energy property. dead
HB1171 Electoral college; candidates for President who win popular vote will receive votes of electors. dead
HB1172 Human Rights Council; authority to act. dead
HB1173 Charter schools, public; funding and service contracts. signed by governor
HB1174 Health insurance; policies without abortion coverage. dead
HB1175 Employment discrimination; prohibited. dead
HB1176 Juvenile law-enforcement records; disclosure of certain confidential records to school principal. dead
HB1177 Virginia Energy Plan; adds to list of State's energy objectives. signed by governor
HB1178 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; offenders. signed by governor
HB1179 Public schools; providing character education program during regular school year or summer. signed by governor
HB1180 Wastewater treatment facilities; Virginia Public Building Authority to issue an additional bond. dead
HB1181 Public schools; reading intervention. signed by governor
HB1182 Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Fund; uses. signed by governor
HB1183 Virginia Port Authority; amends several provisions governing conduct of business. signed by governor
HB1184 Public education; dual enrollment for high school students. signed by governor
HB1185 The Road to Revolution; expands potential for sites on state heritage trail. signed by governor
HB1186 Telecommunications service provider or cable television system; rates for pole attachments. signed by governor
HB1187 Noncompetition agreements; prohibits contract that serves to restrict an employee from engaging. dead
HB1188 Human trafficking; Board of Education to provide information for public schools. signed by governor
HB1189 Public schools; student data requests. signed by governor
HB1190 Workers' compensation; injured employee's choice of pharmacy providers shall not be restricted. dead
HB1191 Cable television systems and cooperatives; nogotiate in good faith to resolve certain issues. dead
HB1192 Coalfield employment enhancement tax credit; extends sunset date. signed by governor
HB1193 Public procurement; posting by local public bodies of procurement opportunities. in committee
HB1194 Farm wineries and vineyards tax credit; raises credit beginning on or after January 1, 2012. dead
HB1195 Vehicle weight limits; increases tandem axle weight limit. dead
HB1196 Zoning provisions; private schools and child day centers operated by religious institutions. dead
HB1197 Firearms; failure to report those lost or stolen, penalties. dead
HB1198 Circuit court hearing; termination of juvenile court jurisdiction. dead
HB1199 Administrative Process Act; right to counsel in rule-making proceedings. signed by governor
HB1200 Human trafficking hotline; posted notices, civil penalty. signed by governor
HB1201 Foreign service workers and military; exemptions from jury service signed by governor
HB1202 Fire policy; shall provide coverage for cost charged by volunteer fire department, etc. signed by governor
HB1203 Research & Technology Investment Advisory Committee; Authority shall administer. signed by governor
HB1204 Domestic tobacco; incentive payments for use by nonparticipating manufacturers. dead
HB1205 Charter; Town of South Hill. signed by governor
HB1206 Preneed funeral contracts; requirements. dead
HB1207 Higher education; right of students to assert objection to requirement of academic degree program. dead
HB1208 Home instruction of children; limits required description of curriculum. signed by governor
HB1209 Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; developer control period. dead
HB1210 Lawn maintenance fertilizer; nitrogen application rates, labeling. signed by governor
HB1211 Assisted living facilities and adult foster care homes; may accept third-party payments. signed by governor
HB1212 Storage of health records; replaces obsolete terminology and cross-references referred to records. signed by governor
HB1213 Virginia Condominium Act; removes cap on charges that unit owners' association may assess. dead
HB1214 Suspended license; when court may reduce charge. dead
HB1215 Virtual schools, public; Board of Education shall establish standards for accreditation. signed by governor
HB1216 Zoning amendment; notice of proposed change to zoning ordinance that involve State or federal land. signed by governor
HB1217 Sergeants David Lambert Highway & Brandon Asbury Highway; designates portions of Routes 19 and 609. signed by governor
HB1218 Stream mitigation banks; established. signed by governor
HB1219 Common Interest Community Board; authorized to terminate inactive condominium, etc., registrations. signed by governor
HB1220 Industrial development authorities; allows Roanoke County and City of Norfolk to expand board. signed by governor
HB1221 Training center; a consumer shall only be discharged upon consent of consumer or representative. dead
HB1222 Public Procurement Act; definition of employment services organization, technical changes. signed by governor
HB1223 Weapons; possession in legislative buildings. dead
HB1224 Real property; VDOT to exchange real property in Tazewell County for private property. signed by governor
HB1225 State parks; Department of Conservation and Recreation to set camping fees annually, etc. dead
HB1226 Higher educational institutions; regulation of firearms. dead
HB1227 Presidential primaries; prohibits a political party from requiring a loyalty oath. dead
HB1228 State employees and members of General Assembly; compensation and fringe benefits. dead
HB1229 Persons with disabilities; SHHR to convene work group to develop plan to address needs. incorporated
HB1230 Protection and Advocacy, Virginia Office for; conversion to a nonprofit entity, report. signed by governor
HB1231 Onsite sewage systems; inspections. signed by governor
HB1232 Virginia Public Procurement Act; resident employment and apprenticeship participation, required. dead
HB1233 License tax, local; ordinances for severance oil, coal, or gas from earth, report. signed by governor
HB1234 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; appointment of executive director. dead
HB1235 Virginia Public Procurement Act; contract pricing arrangements. dead
HB1236 License plates, special; issuance to members and former members of U.S. Army Rangers. dead
HB1237 Child abuse and neglect; mandatory reporting, penalties. signed by governor
HB1238 Forfeited drug assets; redirection of assets to construction of Public Safety Memorial. signed by governor
HB1239 Retail Sales and Use Tax; increased from four percent to five percent, and distribution of revenues. dead
HB1240 Certificate of public need; establishing psychiatric service and addition of inpatient beds. dead
HB1241 Motor fuels tax; required to be indexed starting on January 1, 2014. dead
HB1242 Dangerous wild animals; Class 1 misdemeanor to privately possess, sell, transfer, etc. dead
HB1243 Charter; Town of Middletown. signed by governor
HB1244 Arrest; adult charged when a juvenile may be released on bail or recognizance. signed by governor
HB1245 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority; changes in composition. signed by governor
HB1246 Dulles Greenway; allowed to lease property for outdoor advertising, SCC to approve toll rates. dead
HB1247 Higher educational institutions; governing body to ensure funds received are spent properly. dead
HB1248 Transportation; provides revenues for construction, maintenance, and funding. signed by governor
HB1249 Duck blind license; renewal date changed. dead
HB1250 Judicial Conference of Virginia; membership. signed by governor
HB1251 Charter; Town of Cedar Bluff. signed by governor
HB1252 Construction of structures affecting navigable airspace; technical review. in subcommittee
HB1253 Cash proffers; prohibits locality from accepting those purporting to contain waiver of legal rights. signed by governor
HB1254 Unemployment benefits; symphony orchestra performers. dead
HB1255 Cable franchise; right of cable operator to renew its authority by means of an ordinance. dead
HB1256 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; lien for assessments, priority. dead
HB1257 Firearms; carrying while under influence of alcohol or drugs in a public place, penalty. dead
HB1258 Ignition interlock permit; replaces restricted license post DUI. incorporated
HB1259 State Compensation Board; abolishes Board and assigns its duties. dead
HB1260 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; disclosure requirements of gifts of travel. dead
HB1261 Landlord and tenant laws; energy submetering. signed by governor
HB1262 Waterworks & Wastewater Works Operators & Onsite Sewage System Professionals, Board for; licensure. signed by governor
HB1263 VDOT Integrated Directional Sign Program; maintenance, etc., of signs and impact of changes. signed by governor
HB1264 Income tax, state; extension of time to file tax return. dead
HB1265 Mechanics' lien' notice; claimant must send to property owner 30 days before filing. dead
HB1266 Child abuse; mandatory reporting by employees of certain public organizations, penalty. dead
HB1267 Income tax corporate; combined reporting requirements. dead
HB1268 Land preservation tax credit; reduces amount that may be claimed for taxable years 2012 and 2013. dead
HB1269 Zoning appeals, board of; appeals resulting in tie vote may be carried over until next meeting. signed by governor
HB1270 Hampton, City of; Department of General Services to transfer certain property located within City. signed by governor
HB1271 Sexually violent predators; Director of DOC shall develop protocol for assessing prisoner, etc. signed by governor
HB1272 Virtual school program; Standards of Quality per pupil funding transferred from school division. dead
HB1273 Chemotherapy; requirements for orally administered cancer drugs. signed by governor
HB1274 Nursing facility transfer & discharge procedures; workgroup to clarify requirements and guidelines. signed by governor
HB1275 Concealed handgun permit; demonstrated competency by applicants. dead
HB1276 Virginia Private Recreational Club Act; created. dead
HB1277 Contractors; licensing by localities, civil penalty. signed by governor
HB1278 Writ of actual innocence; person convicted of felony may petition Supreme Court. dead
HB1279 Felonies by prisoners; penalties. dead
HB1280 Psychiatric hospital admissions; local inmates. signed by governor
HB1281 Wetland and dredge and fill programs, federal; authorizes State Water Control Board to regulate. dead
HB1282 Tuition, in-state; and educational benefits for unlawfully present aliens. dead
HB1283 Child custody or visitation; person with a legitimate interest. dead
HB1284 Circuit court clerks; duties. signed by governor
HB1285 Virginia Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act; created, penalty. dead
HB1286 Capital projects, local; planning commission to study impact of public facilities, etc. signed by governor
HB1287 Development; clarifies definition. signed by governor
HB1288 Charter Amendment; Town of Boyce. signed by governor
HB1289 Impaired health care providers; amends definition of impairment. dead
HB1290 Pedestrians; posting of right-of-way signs in City of Falls Church. signed by governor
HB1291 Governor's reorganization of executive branch of state government. signed by governor
HB1292 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; grandfathering certain kitchens. dead
HB1293 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; local inspection fee in City of Chesapeake. signed by governor
HB1294 Churches, synagogues, etc.; localities shall not charge any fee unless authorized by general law. signed by governor
HB1295 State mandates; eliminating on local and regional government entities relating to education, etc. signed by governor
HB1296 Huguenot Memorial Bridge; sets maximum speed limit on Bridge in City of Richmond. stricken
HB1297 Tolls; use to fund other facility. dead
HB1298 GPS tracking device; provides authority & protocol for law enforcement to apply for search warrant. signed by governor
HB1299 Immediate sanction probation program; created. dead
HB1300 Budget Bill. in committee
HB1300 Budget Bill. passed
HB1301 Budget Bill. passed
HB1301 Budget Bill. in committee
HJ1 Celebrating the life of Patricia Roupas Sotos. passed senate
HJ2 Taxation of local government property physically located in a different locality; JLARC to study. dead
HJ3 Constitutional amendment; taking or damaging of private property for public use (second reference). passed
HJ4 License tax business classifications and tax rates, local; Department of Taxation to study. dead
HJ5 General Assembly; establishing schedule for conduct of business for 2012 Session. passed senate
HJ6 General Assembly; establishes schedule for prefiling period for 2013 Session. passed senate
HJ7 Constitutional amendment; right to work (first reference). dead
HJ8 Commending the Hidden Valley High School boys' 200-yard medley relay swim team. passed senate
HJ9 Constitutional amendment; religious or theological education for military chaplains, etc. dead
HJ10 Commending the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center. passed senate
HJ11 Commending Oak Grove Baptist Church on the occasion of its 250th anniversary. passed senate
HJ12 Banks; joint subcommittee to study whether to establish a bank to be operated by State. dead
HJ13 Ignition interlock; State Crime Commission to study installation for DUI first offender, etc. dead
HJ14 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Lemuel Early DeBerry. passed senate
HJ15 Celebrating the life of A.B. Harrelson, M.D. passed senate
HJ16 Celebrating the life of Guy Milton Cheatham, Jr. passed senate
HJ17 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of felonies, etc. dead
HJ18 Community-based mental health services; individuals transitioning from state hospitals, report. dead
HJ19 Organ, eye, and tissue donation; options for establishing opt-out program in State, report. dead
HJ20 Celebrating the life of Gayle G. Arnold, M.D. passed senate
HJ21 Celebrating the life of David K. Wiecking, M.D. passed senate
HJ22 Commending Tyler Whitley. passed senate
HJ23 Employment First initiative; Secretary of Health and Human Resources to develop in State, report. dead
HJ24 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Leslie Longstreet Mason, Jr. passed senate
HJ25 Commending Dr. Nancy Hoover. passed senate
HJ26 Celebrating the life of Alice Clarke Lynch. passed senate
HJ27 Mandatory renewable energy portfolio standard program; Commission to study establishment for State. dead
HJ28 Celebrating the life of Bruce Samuel Paone. passed senate
HJ29 Celebrating the life of Suzanne Savedge Wescoat. passed senate
HJ30 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Charles F. Mapp. passed senate
HJ31 Celebrating the life of William Revell Lewis, Jr. passed senate
HJ32 Commending the Cave Spring High School girls' 200-yard freestyle relay swim team. passed senate
HJ33 Commending Kristin Harter and Emily Seibert. passed senate
HJ34 Commending Rochelle Evans. passed senate
HJ35 Commending the Christiansburg High School wrestling team. passed senate
HJ36 Commending the Hidden Valley High School girls' track team. passed senate
HJ37 Commending Kristin Harter. passed senate
HJ38 Commending Lauren Gray. passed senate
HJ39 Commending Leah Piemonte. passed senate
HJ40 Commending Patrick O'Keefe. passed senate
HJ41 Commending Annie Houston LeHardy. passed senate
HJ42 Commending Alexander Nicholas Vance. passed senate
HJ43 Commending Alexandria Kinsley Colby Horn. passed senate
HJ44 Commending Haley Cutright. passed senate
HJ45 Commending Travis Hudson. passed senate
HJ46 Commending Jerry Campbell. passed senate
HJ47 Commending Milan Tobacconists on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed senate
HJ48 Commending Company C, 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment of the Virginia National Guard. passed senate
HJ49 Governor's Executive Reorganization Plan; approval by each house of General Assembly. passed senate
HJ50 Flooding; Institute of Marine Science to study strategies to prevent in Tidewater localities. passed senate
HJ51 Health care provider; option for accepting military training, etc., as requirements for licensure. dead
HJ52 Tax structure, State's; joint subcommittee to study reforming. dead
HJ53 Commending Catherine Muldoon. passed senate
HJ54 Commending Physicians for Peace. passed senate
HJ55 Celebrating the life of Edith M. Harrington. passed senate
HJ56 Commending the Lee-Davis High School softball team. passed senate
HJ57 Commending the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station. passed senate
HJ58 Commending the Reverend Dr. Robert D. Friend. passed senate
HJ59 Commending Marshall W. Trammell, Jr. passed senate
HJ60 Celebrating the life of Charles Glenn Rosemond III. passed senate
HJ61 Commending the Randolph-Macon College volleyball team. passed senate
HJ62 Methamphetamine precursors; Virginia State Crime Commission to study regulation of sale. dead
HJ63 Composite Index Local Ability to Pay; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. dead
HJ64 Virginia General Assembly; recognizing African American members elected during Reconstruction. incorporated
HJ65 Sesquicentennial of Emancipation Proclamation; recognizing African American members. passed senate
HJ66 Public schools; JLARC to study suspension and expulsion practices, etc. dead
HJ67 Commending the Patient Advocate Foundation on the occasion of its 15th anniversary. passed senate
HJ68 Commending Care Net Resource Pregnancy Center. passed senate
HJ69 Celebrating the life of Adam Maynard Bowen. passed senate
HJ70 Celebrating the life of Ronald Dare Hundley. passed senate
HJ71 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds. dead
HJ72 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. William James Marshall. passed senate
HJ73 Celebrating the life of Dorothy Rouse-Bottom. passed senate
HJ74 Celebrating the life of Elmon Taylor Gray, former member of the Senate of Virginia. dead
HJ75 Celebrating the life of Sabra Ann Bonds Bratton. passed senate
HJ76 Celebrating the life of Arthur Jan Jernigan. passed senate
HJ77 Celebrating the life of Mary Frances Coles. passed senate
HJ78 Celebrating the life of Ulysses Randolph. passed senate
HJ79 Commending Sweet Union Baptist Church on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. passed senate
HJ80 Commending Marion Ware. passed senate
HJ81 Commending the Jefferson Forest High School boys' soccer team. passed senate
HJ82 Commending Frances Atkins Foster. passed senate
HJ83 Commending Peter Holland Luke. passed senate
HJ84 Medical doctors; joint subcommittee to study current and impending severe shortage in State. dead
HJ85 Income tax credits, partnerships, etc.; House & Senate to study multiplier effects of various types. passed senate
HJ86 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ87 Prostate cancer prevention; Health Commissioner to promote screening as an effective tool, report. dead
HJ88 Food deserts; SHHR to explore strategies to eliminate to make healthy food affordable, report. dead
HJ89 Public schools; JLARC to study suspension and expulsion practices, etc. dead
HJ90 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). dead
HJ91 National Women's History Museum; Congress to support establishing in Washington, D.C. dead
HJ92 Value-added tax; memorializing members of Va. Delegation of Congress of United States to oppose. dead
HJ93 Local Government Education Week; designating as first week in April 2012, and each succeeding year. passed senate
HJ94 School prayer and prayer in public meetings, public voluntary; urges Congress to propose amendment. dead
HJ95 Baccalaureate degrees, selected; feasibility for community colleges to offer, report. dead
HJ96 Summer flounder; Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission to allow options for harvest. passed senate
HJ97 Regional higher education centers; SCHEV to study management and structure. dead
HJ98 First Lady Edith Bolling Wilson Day; designating as October 15, 2012, and each succeeding year. passed senate
HJ99 Commending John Strothers Pearson. passed senate
HJ100 U.S. Constitution; application to Congress to call constitutional convention. dead
HJ101 Public policy issues; meetings with U.S. Senate members of Va. Congressional Delegation & State. dead
HJ102 United States Constitution; applies to Congress to call an amendment convention. dead
HJ103 General Assembly; notifying Governor of organization. passed senate
HJ104 American hall of fame and museum; Dept. of Historic Resources to study feasibility of constructing. dead
HJ105 Virginia Cider Week; designating full week before Thanksgiving 2012, and each succeeding year. passed senate
HJ106 National Women's History Museum; supports creation thereof on National Mall in Washington, D.C. dead
HJ107 Hold Out for Hunger Day; designating as April 14, 2012, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ108 Higher educational institutions; JLARC to study cost efficiency and opportunities to reduce cost. passed senate
HJ109 United States Constitution; urges Congress to propose an amendment to impose a balance budget. dead
HJ110 School divisions; JLARC to study efficiency of regionalizing and consolidating personnel, etc. dead
HJ111 Court of Appeals of Virginia; Judicial Council of Virginia to study jurisdictional capacity. passed senate
HJ112 Early childhood education; recognizes value to children and sets goal of extending availability. dead
HJ113 ICPRB; joint subcommittee to study State's withdrawal & effects upon source of drinking water, etc. dead
HJ114 State renewable energy utility; joint subcommittee to study feasibility of establishing. dead
HJ115 United States Constitution; General Assembly of Va. to ratify and affirm Equal Rights Amendment. dead
HJ116 Constitutional amendment; establishes Virginia Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
HJ117 Unfunded mandates; General Assembly to recognize difficulties caused upon State localities. dead
HJ118 Alternate medium of commerce or currency; joint subcommittee to study whether State should adopt. dead
HJ119 Medicaid; joint subcommittee to study reducing costs by increasing efficiencies and reducing fraud. dead
HJ120 Mesothelioma Awareness Day; designating as September 26, 2012, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ121 Horse Month; designating as month of May 2012, and each succeeding year thereafter. dead
HJ122 Parole; joint subcommittee to study reinstituting in State. dead
HJ123 School attendance; Board of Education to study causes of chronic school absenteeism, etc. dead
HJ124 Public Safety Memorial; requests Governor to include names of state and local parole officers, etc. dead
HJ125 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of felonies, etc. dead
HJ126 Solitary confinement; JLARC to study uses including segregation, isolation, etc., by DOC. dead
HJ127 Nonviolent felony offenders; VSCC to determine best use of resources for helping those released. dead
HJ128 Shaken Baby Syndrome Awareness Week; designating third week in April 2013, and each succeeding year. passed senate
HJ129 TMDL; Attorney General to explore challenge to constitutionality of regulations by USEPA. dead
HJ130 United States Constitution; urging Congress to honor state sovereignty under Tenth Amendment. dead
HJ131 Route 28; VDOT to study feasibility of extending across Potomac River into Maryland, etc. dead
HJ132 Homeland security and emergency management; JLARC to study planning & preparedness efforts in State. passed senate
HJ133 Child protective services; JLARC to study operation and performance of State's system. dead
HJ134 Bi-County Parkway and Tri-County Parkway; JLARC to study economic impact of proposed projects. dead
HJ135 U.S. Constitution; application to Congress to call constitutional convention. dead
HJ136 Virginia Retirement System; JLARC to study system for determining eligibility for disability claims. dead
HJ137 Land-disturbing activities; Secretary of Natural Resources to study modification of requirements. dead
HJ138 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly to delay reconvened session (second reference). passed
HJ139 Marijuana; Governor requested to petition DEA for rescheduling from Schedule I to Schedule II. dead
HJ140 Marijuana; revenue impact to State on legalizing sale and use, selling through ABC stores, report. dead
HJ141 Unfunded federal mandates; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. dead
HJ142 Asian Lunar New Year Day; designates day designated as new year on Asian lunar calendar 2012. passed senate
HJ143 Spay Day; designating February 28, 2012, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ144 Small Business Day; designating as September 21, 2012, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ145 Preeclampsia Month; designating as May 2012, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ146 High capacity transit; Transportation Board to make priority for funding by State. dead
HJ147 Expedited partner therapy; Joint Commission on Health Care to study options for implementing. dead
HJ148 Turkey, Government of; General Assembly to encourage to grant certain right to Ecumenical Patriarch. dead
HJ149 Celebrating the life of James Warren Geurin. passed senate
HJ150 Celebrating the life of Julia Anderson Williams. passed senate
HJ151 Commending the Plaza Volunteer Rescue Squad. passed senate
HJ152 Commending the Cave Spring High School volleyball team. passed senate
HJ153 Commending Shane Wolfe. passed senate
HJ154 Commending Menchville House Ministries, Inc. passed senate
HJ155 Commending the Honorable G. Glenn Oder. passed senate
HJ156 Commending Patsy Joyner. passed senate
HJ157 Commending George and Laura Price. passed senate
HJ158 Commending Holly Frost. passed senate
HJ159 Commending RideFinders. passed senate
HJ160 Commending Brad Kennedy. passed senate
HJ161 Commending the Oscar Smith High School football team. passed senate
HJ162 Commending Kate Trussell. passed senate
HJ163 Commending the Centreville High School football team. passed senate
HJ164 Commending Margaret A. Focarino. passed senate
HJ165 Commending WETA on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed senate
HJ166 Commending the Fairfax Choral Society. passed senate
HJ167 Commending the Poquoson Little League 9 - 10 Baseball All-Star team. passed senate
HJ168 Commending the Poquoson Little League 10 - 11 Baseball All-Star team. passed senate
HJ169 Commending the Poquoson Little League 11 - 12 Baseball All-Star team. passed senate
HJ170 Commending the Poquoson High School football team. passed senate
HJ171 Medicaid; joint subcommittee to study reducing costs using telemedicine. dead
HJ172 Horse racing industry; joint subcommittee to study. dead
HJ173 Eastern Virginia Medical School; SCHEV to study merging with Old Dominion University. dead
HJ174 Commending the Montford Point Marine Association Tidewater, Virginia Chapter #14. passed senate
HJ175 Commending the Virginia Academy of Family Physicians. passed senate
HJ176 Commending Robert R. Cosby. passed senate
HJ177 Celebrating the life of Augustine Bellamy. passed senate
HJ178 Commending Dulles Chapter 1241 of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association. passed senate
HJ179 Commending Lawrence G. Sprader. passed senate
HJ180 Commending Mercedes-Benz of Arlington on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of its founding. passed senate
HJ181 Commending the Honorable James F. Almand. passed senate
HJ182 Celebrating the life of Wanda June M. Roberts. passed senate
HJ183 Commending Michael J. Quillen. passed senate
HJ184 Williamsburg Session; use of Colonial Capitol in City of Williamsburg on January 28, 2012. passed senate
HJ185 Highway and monorail transportation, combined; Congress to support funding for hybrid systems, etc. dead
HJ186 Celebrating the life of Alvin York Bandy. passed senate
HJ187 Commending Deventae Mooney. passed senate
HJ188 Commending the Clintwood High School football team. passed senate
HJ189 Commending the Honaker High School baseball team. passed senate
HJ190 Commending the West Springfield High School Dance Team. passed senate
HJ191 Commending Tucker Pavilion. passed senate
HJ192 Celebrating the life of Sophie Ann Relson Salley. passed senate
HJ193 Celebrating the life of Mary Lou Decossaux. passed senate
HJ194 Celebrating the life of Richard P. Kern. passed senate
HJ195 Celebrating the life of Betty Louise Jones Gilliam. passed senate
HJ196 Celebrating the life of Warren Calvin Falwell. passed senate
HJ197 Commending Rock Spring Congregational United Church of Christ. passed senate
HJ198 Commending Alan G. Merten. passed senate
HJ199 Commending Pastor George Beaven. passed senate
HJ200 Commending Margaret A. Smith. passed senate
HJ201 Commending the Honorable William Kyle Barlow. passed senate
HJ202 Commending the Brookville High School football team. passed senate
HJ203 Commending the Honorable Lacey E. Putney. passed senate
HJ204 Commending the Liberty High School girls' basketball team. passed senate
HJ205 Commending Wendell L. Coleman. passed senate
HJ206 Commending Gerald W. Garber. passed senate
HJ207 Commending Larry C. Howdyshell. passed senate
HJ208 Commending the Fort Defiance High School Envirothon team. passed senate
HJ209 Commending Bob Hill. passed senate
HJ210 Commending the Gretna High School football team. passed senate
HJ211 Commending Major Justin Constantine, United States Marine Corps Reserves. passed senate
HJ212 Commending Luigi and Anna Maria Tonizzo. passed senate
HJ213 Commending Dr. Philip J. Schwarz. passed senate
HJ214 Celebrating the life of Gilbert S. McCutcheon. passed senate
HJ215 Celebrating the life of the Honorable A. Lee McGratty. passed senate
HJ216 X & Y Chromosomal Variation Awareness Month; designating as May 2012, and each succeeding year. passed senate
HJ217 Celebrating the life of Ben Pope Phillips. passed senate
HJ218 Celebrating the life of Chester R. Lane. passed senate
HJ219 Celebrating the life of Mary Ann Gaudette Buffington. passed senate
HJ220 Celebrating the life of Richard Paul Kern. passed senate
HJ221 Commending J. Samuel Burton. passed senate
HJ222 Commending the Town of Boydton on the occasion of its 200th anniversary. passed senate
HJ223 Commending John R. Newhart. passed senate
HJ224 Commending Terrence L. Nyhous. passed senate
HJ225 Commending Raymond E. Graham. passed senate
HJ226 Chincoteague, Town of; U.S. Department of Interior urged to oppose federal purchase of land. dead
HJ227 National energy policy; urging President of U.S. and Congress of U.S. to adopt. dead
HJ228 U.S. Constitution; Congress of U.S. to report to states on all pending applications. dead
HJ229 Defined contribution pension; Va. Congressional Delegation urged to oppose for U.S. Armed Forces. dead
HJ230 Wilson, Edith Bolling; General Assembly to recognize Birthplace and Childhood Home in Wythe County. passed senate
HJ231 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ232 Celebrating the life of F. Wayne McLeskey, Jr. passed senate
HJ233 Celebrating the life of Fred Elvin Yohey, Jr. passed senate
HJ234 Commending John Herschel Glenn, Jr. passed senate
HJ235 Commending Virginia R. Diamond. passed senate
HJ236 Commending Virginia school boards that employ Mathematics Specialists. passed senate
HJ237 Commending Elizabeth Coakley. passed senate
HJ238 Commending Dr. Linwood H. Rose. passed senate
HJ239 Commending Hadden Culp. passed senate
HJ240 Commending Girl Scouts of the United States of America. passed senate
HJ241 Commending Bishop Peter James Lee. passed senate
HJ242 Commending Hunt Riegel. passed senate
HJ243 Wetlands; DEQ to study benefits and costs of seeking authority from USEPA to administer program. passed senate
HJ244 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Billie Meriwether Millner. passed senate
HJ245 Commending Nottingham Enterprises, Inc. passed senate
HJ246 Judges; election in Supreme Court of Virginia, circuit court, district court, etc. dead
HJ247 Celebrating the life of Marion A. Boush. passed senate
HJ248 Celebrating the life of Charles Richard Foxx, Jr. passed senate
HJ249 Celebrating the life of Joseph Dixon, Jr. passed senate
HJ250 Celebrating the life of Alice R. Morris. passed senate
HJ251 Celebrating the life of Eunice White Terry. passed senate
HJ252 Celebrating the life of Addie Beatrice Weaver Christian. passed senate
HJ253 Celebrating the life of Shirley A. Freeman. passed senate
HJ254 Celebrating the life of Dr. Cynthia Patricia Chapman. passed senate
HJ255 Celebrating the life of Bishop Anthony E. Moses. passed senate
HJ256 Celebrating the life of Joseph Temple Henley, Jr. passed senate
HJ257 Celebrating the life of Lawrence S. Eagleburger. passed senate
HJ258 Commending Earlie Blount, Sr., and Blanche Blount. passed senate
HJ259 Commending the White Hall Ruritan Club on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed senate
HJ260 Commending Adam Boehley. passed senate
HJ261 Commending Emily Boda. passed senate
HJ262 Celebrating the life of Lucy Love Wells Clark. passed senate
HJ263 Celebrating the life of Nick Prillaman, Jr. passed senate
HJ264 Celebrating the life of Deborah Ann Cradle Harris. passed senate
HJ265 Celebrating the life of Dowell Richardson. passed senate
HJ266 Celebrating the life of Kathleen Lyons Hester. passed senate
HJ267 Celebrating the life of Jim 'Coach' Riggs. passed senate
HJ268 Commending the Clay Springs Ruritan Club. passed senate
HJ269 Commending William Harvey Pritchett. passed senate
HJ270 Commending Blair Construction, Inc. passed senate
HJ271 Commending Marilyn Pace Maxwell. passed senate
HJ272 Judges; election in Supreme Court of Virginia, circuit court, district court, etc. passed senate
HJ273 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court and general district. dead
HJ274 Commending the Virginia Wine Industry on the occasion of its 250th anniversary. passed senate
HJ275 Commending W.T. Woodson High School. passed senate
HJ276 Commending United Auto Workers Local 2069. passed senate
HJ277 Commending Kevin Lunsmann. passed senate
HJ278 Commending Donna M. Blatecky. passed senate
HJ279 Commending Bobby Bondurant. passed senate
HJ280 Commending Harold Swisher. passed senate
HJ281 Joint Assembly; receiving Governor and other distinguished guests. passed senate
HJ282 Williamsburg Session; expressing appreciation for hospitality of Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. passed senate
HJ283 Celebrating the life of W. Todd Benson. passed senate
HJ284 Celebrating the life of George Linwood Beavers, Sr. passed senate
HJ285 Celebrating the life of Mary Ann Wilder Elwood. passed senate
HJ286 Celebrating the life of Alicia Inez Bowler Lugo. passed senate
HJ287 Celebrating the life of Dr. Raymond C. Bice, Jr. passed senate
HJ288 Commending the McLean Project for the Arts on its 50th anniversary. passed senate
HJ289 Commending Joseph Servideo, M.D. passed senate
HJ290 Commending the Reverend Dr. Constantine Rogakos. passed senate
HJ291 Commending the City of Charlottesville on its 250th anniversary. passed senate
HJ292 Commending David W. Ingram. passed senate
HJ293 Commending Stephen J. DeBenedittis. passed senate
HJ294 Celebrating the life of Russell V. Palmore, Jr. passed senate
HJ295 Celebrating the life of William Mathias Jones. passed senate
HJ296 Celebrating the life of Frances Wood McClenney. passed senate
HJ297 Commending Rose Pleskow. passed senate
HJ298 Commending Helen Burnett Shields. passed senate
HJ299 Commending Daniel Certa. passed senate
HJ300 Commending David Curtin. passed senate
HJ301 Commending the Right Reverend David Colin Jones. passed senate
HJ302 Commending Ashland Boy Scout Troop No. 700. passed senate
HJ303 Commending Elizabeth Klein. passed senate
HJ304 Commending Boaz & Ruth, Inc. passed senate
HJ305 Commending Union Presbyterian Seminary on the occasion of its 200th anniversary. passed senate
HJ306 Commending Karen Dickerson. passed senate
HJ307 Commending Jon Fried. passed senate
HJ308 Commending Winford Wayne Angell. passed senate
HJ309 Commending Bishop Charlene Payne Kammerer. passed senate
HJ310 Commending Ethan Ohriner. passed senate
HJ311 Commending Ahmed Skaljic. passed senate
HJ312 Commending Jacqueline Shue. passed senate
HJ313 Commending Alton Kim. passed senate
HJ314 Commending the work of the Fort Monroe Authority. dead
HJ315 Celebrating the life of Dr. Kermit H. Diggs, Sr. passed senate
HJ316 Celebrating the life of Francis U. Askew. passed senate
HJ317 Celebrating the life of Arkley Dillard Johnson, Jr. passed senate
HJ318 Celebrating the life of Max Morris Dewey, Jr. passed senate
HJ319 Celebrating the life of Wallace F. Hardaway. passed senate
HJ320 Celebrating the life of the Honorable James Robert Dobyns. passed senate
HJ321 Commending the Norfolk State University men's cross country team. passed senate
HJ322 Commending the Norfolk State University football team. passed senate
HJ323 Commending the agencies, companies, organizations, individuals, and governments. passed senate
HJ324 Commending Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic. passed senate
HJ325 Commending Belle View Elementary School. passed senate
HJ326 Commending Ambassador William Green Miller (Ret.). passed senate
HJ327 Commending Manchester Lodge No. 14, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons. passed senate
HJ328 Commending the Smith Mountain Lake Lions Club. passed senate
HJ329 Commending Doug Marrs. passed senate
HJ330 Commending Emma Harris. passed senate
HJ331 Commending Grace Anne Braxton. passed senate
HJ332 Commending Vanessa Reese Crawford, Sheriff of the City of Petersburg. passed senate
HJ333 Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award Program. passed senate
HJ334 Commending Carroll LaHaye. passed senate
HJ335 Commending Jennifer Ruley. passed senate
HJ336 Commending Cynthia N. Hull. passed senate
HJ337 Commending Bon Secours St. Mary's Hospital on the occasion of its 45th anniversary. passed senate
HJ338 Commending Louisa County High School. passed senate
HJ339 Celebrating the life of Champlin Fletcher Buck III. passed senate
HJ340 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Glenwood Paris Roane, Sr. passed senate
HJ341 Commending Jeremy L. Shifflett. passed senate
HJ342 Commending Patrick Hammes. passed senate
HJ343 Commending Joey Layton. passed senate
HJ344 Celebrating the life of Carolyn L. Kauffman. passed senate
HJ345 Celebrating the life of Sylvia Jennings Henderson. passed senate
HJ346 Celebrating the life of Jay Dixon. passed senate
HJ347 Commending John Henry Weigel III. passed senate
HJ348 Commending Juanita Roberson. passed senate
HJ349 Commending the Virginia State Police. passed senate
HJ350 Celebrating the life of George A. Macdonald. passed senate
HJ351 Celebrating the life of James Basis. passed senate
HJ352 Celebrating the life of Hal P. Demuth. passed senate
HJ353 Celebrating the life of Delia Henderson Atwood. passed senate
HJ354 Celebrating the life of Martha Ann Matthews Ayers. passed senate
HJ355 Celebrating the life of Marvin Warren Davis, Jr. passed senate
HJ356 Celebrating the life of Kevin Timothy English. passed senate
HJ357 Commending the Town of Luray on the occasion of its 200th anniversary. passed senate
HJ358 Commending the Rotary Club of Yorktown. passed senate
HJ359 Commending Martinsville Speedway on the occasion of its 65th anniversary. passed senate
HJ360 Commending A.R. Dunning, Jr. passed senate
HJ361 Commending Stacy Hoeflich. passed senate
HJ362 Commending CACI International Inc. on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. dead
HJ363 Commending the Bath County High School volleyball team. passed senate
HJ364 Commending the Honorable Samuel Edgar Campbell. passed senate
HJ365 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Peter George Decker, Jr. passed senate
HJ366 Commending Grove Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ367 Commending Dr. Norris Royston, Jr. passed senate
HJ368 Commending Mary Lettie Toodle Norman. passed senate
HJ369 Commending Dr. Deborah M. DiCroce. passed senate
HJ370 Commending the Fauquier Livestock Exchange, Inc. passed senate
HJ371 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Hal J. Bonney, Jr. passed senate
HJ372 Celebrating the life of Milton Conway Mitter. passed senate
HJ373 Celebrating the life of Frederick J. Robinson, Sr. passed senate
HJ374 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Robert Louis Taylor. passed senate
HJ375 Commending the Volcom Give Jeans a Chance 2011 program in Virginia. passed senate
HJ376 Commending the work in establishing Fort Monroe National Monument. passed senate
HJ377 Commending Ray Mingee. passed senate
HJ378 Commending Thomas A. Edison High School. passed senate
HJ379 Commending the City of Chesapeake on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. passed senate
HJ380 Commending the Sinomlando Centre for Oral History and Memory Work passed senate
HJ381 Celebrating the life of David Yost Boyce. passed senate
HJ382 Commending the Turner Ashby High School one-act play ensemble. passed senate
HJ383 Commending the Johnson sisters. passed senate
HJ384 Commending George Mason University. passed senate
HJ385 Commending Robert A. Carlson. passed senate
HJ386 Commending Albert T. Mitchell. passed senate
HJ387 Commending Steven C. Smith. passed senate
HJ388 Commending Barbara Thomas. passed senate
HJ389 Commending the School of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Virginia. passed senate
HJ390 National Guard Day; designating as third Monday in January 2013, & each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ391 Celebrating the life of Richard Deane. passed senate
HJ392 Celebrating the life of Steve Appleton. passed senate
HJ393 Celebrating the life of Frank Hundley Fulton. passed senate
HJ394 Celebrating the life of Andrea Lynch Lohr. passed senate
HJ395 Celebrating the life of Specialist Levi Efrain Nuncio. passed senate
HJ396 Celebrating the accomplishments of the Virginia National Guard in 2011. passed senate
HJ397 Commending Eugene J. Coleman III. passed senate
HJ398 Commending Samuel A. Kushner. passed senate
HJ399 Commending Reston Little League. passed senate
HJ400 Commending Boofie and Joe O'Gorman. passed senate
HJ401 Commending Dominion Virginia Power. passed senate
HJ402 Commending Chris Fisher. passed senate
HJ403 Commending Frank Miriello. passed senate
HJ404 Commending Carlton W. Collins, Sr. passed senate
HJ405 Commending Frances W. Porter. passed senate
HJ406 Celebrating the life of Mary Ann Pace McGee. passed senate
HJ407 Celebrating the life of David J. Prior. passed senate
HJ408 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas Nelson Nance. passed senate
HJ409 Commending the Greater Lynchburg Community Trust. passed senate
HJ410 Commending Terri Robertson. passed senate
HJ411 Commending Tiana Dockery. passed senate
HJ412 Commending Warren A. Arthur. passed senate
HJ413 Commending the Virginia Biotechnology Association. passed senate
HJ414 Celebrating the life of Stephen J. Snow. passed senate
HJ415 Commending the United States Coast Guard for its American War of 1812 Revenue Cutters Service. passed senate
HJ416 Commending LINK, Inc. passed senate
HJ417 Commending George C. Marshall High School. passed senate
HJ418 Commending Timothy A. Rudy. passed senate
HJ419 Commending the Richmond Symphony Youth Orchestra Program. passed senate
HJ420 Commending Robert F. Lederer. passed senate
HJ421 Commending Ann Monday. passed senate
HJ422 Commending Kirk Rohle. passed senate
HJ423 Celebrating the life of Joshua Weissman. passed senate
HJ424 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Richard Harding Poff. passed senate
HJ425 Commending Belvedere Elementary School. passed senate
HJ426 Commending the Honorable Robert Morgan Armstrong. passed senate
HJ427 Commending the Briar Woods High School football team. passed senate
HJ428 Commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birth of the Reverend John Jasper. passed senate
HJ429 Commending Dr. Ralph Stanley. passed senate
HJ430 Commending The Links, Incorporated Central Virginia Cluster. passed senate
HJ431 Celebrating the life of Alfred Landon Harris. passed senate
HJ432 Celebrating the life of Andrew Haliday McCutcheon, Jr. passed senate
HJ433 Celebrating the life of Police Officer Specialist Timothy Brian Schock. passed senate
HJ434 Celebrating the life of Bishop Barnett Karl Thoroughgood. passed senate
HJ435 Commending the Rappahannock Valley Amateur Radio Club. passed senate
HJ436 Commending Trey Edmunds. passed senate
HJ437 Commending Timothy B. Scearce. passed senate
HJ438 Commending Kenneth A. Guthrie. passed senate
HJ439 Commending Sharon Wilson. passed senate
HJ440 Commending Brenda Hooper Campbell. passed senate
HJ441 Commending Edward F. Lewis. passed senate
HJ442 Commending John Thomas Hennessy. passed senate
HJ443 Celebrating the life of John Weldon McCain. passed senate
HJ444 Celebrating the life of James Willard Lineweaver. passed senate
HJ445 Commending Matt Hagan. passed senate
HJ446 Commending the Maggie L. Walker Governor's School for Government and International Studies. passed senate
HJ447 Commending Emily-Anne Rigal. passed senate
HJ448 Commending Fort Belvoir. passed senate
HJ449 Commending Sara Fartro. passed senate
HJ450 Commending the Reverend Lawrence A. Davies. passed senate
HJ451 Celebrating the life of Sergeant T.J. Conrad. passed senate
HJ452 Celebrating the life of Edgar Clarence Eck, Jr. passed senate
HJ453 Celebrating the life of Captain Ronald Anton Erchul, USN (Ret.). passed senate
HJ454 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Glenn Brooks McClanan, Sr. passed senate
HJ455 Commending the Christiansburg High School wrestling team. passed senate
HJ456 Commending Gleaning For The World. passed senate
HJ457 Commending E. Brock Price. passed senate
HJ458 Commending Patrick D. Nutz. passed senate
HJ459 Commending Robert and Betty Niles. passed senate
HJ460 Commending Kenneth S. Watts. passed senate
HJ461 Commending Mack Smith. passed senate
HJ462 Commending Boyd Walker. passed senate
HJ463 Commending Carroll Comstock. passed senate
HJ464 Celebrating the life of Roger Lee Zirkle. passed senate
HJ465 Celebrating the life of John William Pumphrey, Jr. passed senate
HJ466 Commending the Dulles Area Association of Realtors. passed senate
HJ467 Commending Saint Anthony Maronite Catholic Church. passed senate
HJ468 Celebrating the life of Zachary Taylor Whitacre. passed senate
HJ469 Celebrating the life of Chris Breiner. passed senate
HJ470 Celebrating the life of Thomas Raysor Salley, Jr. passed senate
HJ471 Commending the Virginia Health Care Foundation on its 20 years of service to the Commonwealth. passed senate
HJ472 Commending the Colonial Forge High School wrestling team. passed senate
HJ473 Commending Becky Wales. passed senate
HJ474 Commending Sharlet Rowley Bouchelle. passed senate
HJ475 Commending Sam Mays. passed senate
HJ476 Commending J. Mikel Clements. passed senate
HJ477 Commending Nancy Sorrells. passed senate
HJ478 Commending Suzanne Harsel. passed senate
HJ479 Commending Dr. Charles P. Poland, Jr. passed senate
HJ480 Commending Dr. Robert M. Hazen. passed senate
HJ481 Commending Dr. Giorgio A. Ascoli. passed senate
HJ482 Commending Cody Allala. passed senate
HJ483 Celebrating the life of Herbert W. Guthrie. passed senate
HJ484 Celebrating the life of Bernard Henry Ferron. passed senate
HJ485 Celebrating the life of J. Clifford Hutt. passed senate
HJ486 Commending Billy Sydnor. passed senate
HJ487 Commending Virgil R. Hazelett. passed senate
HJ488 Commending the Patrick Henry College moot court national championship team. passed senate
HJ489 Commending 'The Forget Me Not Project'. passed senate
HJ490 Celebrating the life of Alicia Marie Lannes. passed senate
HJ491 Celebrating the life of Young Woo Kang, Ph.D. passed senate
HJ492 Commending Friends of Cedar Mountain Battlefield, Inc. passed senate
HJ493 Commending William R. Snead. passed senate
HJ494 Commending Annin Flagmakers. passed senate
HJ495 Commending the Indian American community of Northern Virginia. passed senate
HJ496 Commending the St. Christopher's School wrestling team on winning its eleventh consecutive VISAA. passed senate
HJ497 Commending the Francis Scott Key Elementary School Dual Language (Two-Way Immersion) Program. passed senate
HJ498 Commending Stephen L. Thompson, M.D. passed senate
HJ499 Commending Hugh W. Rosser. passed senate
HJ500 Commending Dr. Thomas G. Digges, Jr. passed senate
HJ501 Commending James D. Swinson. passed senate
HJ502 Commending Iris E. Holliday. passed senate
HJ503 Commending Carole Weinstein. passed senate
HJ504 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Marjorie Leeper Booker. passed senate
HJ505 Celebrating the life of J. Curtis Fruit. passed senate
HJ506 Commending Snow's Garden and Landscaping Center. passed senate
HJ507 Commending the Smith Mountain Lake Association Water Quality Monitoring Program. passed senate
HJ508 Commending Micron Technology, Inc. passed senate
HJ509 Commending the Newport News Green Foundation. passed senate
HJ510 Commending the E.C. Glass High School boys' track team. passed senate
HJ511 Commending Abingdon-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom. passed senate
HJ512 Commending John Henry Anderson Smith IV. passed senate
HJ513 Commending Grace Edmondson Harris. passed senate
HJ514 Commending Dr. James B. McNeer. passed senate
HJ515 Commending the Jefferson Pools at The Homestead. passed senate
HJ516 Commending Opal R. Hall. passed senate
HJ517 Commending the Augusta Regional Free Clinic. passed senate
HJ518 Commemorating the life of Oscar Scott Woody. passed senate
HJ519 Commending Anthony H. Griffin. passed senate
HJ520 Commending Boy Scout Troop 400. passed senate
HJ521 Commending the Richmond Free Press. passed senate
HJ522 Commending the Virginia Craft Brewers Guild. passed senate
HJ523 Celebrating the life of Ivan Benton McEachin, Jr. passed senate
HJ524 Celebrating the life of Paul Schratwieser. passed senate
HJ525 Celebrating the life of John Boyd Noftsinger, Jr., Ed.D. passed senate
HJ526 Celebrating the life of Charles D. Glaze. passed senate
HJ527 Commending the Oakton High School girls' varsity swim and dive team. passed senate
HJ528 Commending Carole Brown. passed senate
HJ529 Commending Jack Gates III. passed senate
HJ530 Celebrating the life of Lenwood Harold Harris. passed senate
HJ531 General Assembly; legislation may be carried over from 2012 Regular Session to 2012 Special Session. passed senate
HJ532 General Assembly; applies to Governor to call special session to consider budget bill, etc. passed senate
HJ533 Judges; election in Court of Appeals, circuit court, general district court, etc. dead
HJ534 General Assembly; adjournment sine die. passed senate
HJ5001 General Assembly; notifying Governor of organization. passed senate
HJ5002 General Assembly; limits legislation for 2012 Special Session I, etc. passed senate
HJ5003 Celebrating the life of Frederick M. Crabtree, Sr. passed senate
HJ5004 Commending the Oakton High School girls' basketball team. passed senate
HJ5005 Commending the Honorable Joanne F. Alper. passed senate
HJ5006 Commending the Lancaster High School boys' basketball team. passed senate
HJ5007 Commending Fran Rooker. passed senate
HJ5008 Commending Gordon J. Walker. passed senate
HJ5009 Commending the Robert E. Lee High School girls' basketball team. passed senate
HJ5010 Commending Geline Bowman Williams. passed senate
HJ5011 Commending the Joseph W. Bliley Company. passed senate
HJ5012 Commending Jamieson Alexander Ledoux. passed senate
HJ5013 Commending John Marshall Bank. passed senate
HJ5014 Commending The Salvation Army's Charlottesville Corps. passed senate
HJ5015 Celebrating the life of Joe Darrell Meade. passed senate
HJ5016 Celebrating the life of Michael Allen Jenkins. passed senate
HJ5017 Celebrating the life of Captain Carroll LeFon, USN (Ret.). passed senate
HJ5018 Celebrating the life of Dr. John Earle Petersen. passed senate
HJ5019 Celebrating the life of Charles Steven Martin. passed senate
HJ5020 Celebrating the life of Nancy Fleshman Jiranek. passed senate
HJ5021 Commending Dr. Mervyn and Virginia King. passed senate
HJ5022 Commending Clayton T. Lester. passed senate
HJ5023 Commending Peter K. Mueller. passed senate
HJ5024 Commending the Millbrook High School girls' basketball team. passed senate
HJ5025 Commending the Virginia Commonwealth University 2011-2012 men's basketball team. passed senate
HJ5026 Commending Marshall Road Elementary School. passed senate
HJ5027 Celebrating the life of Susan Bentley Joseph. passed senate
HJ5028 Commending Horace Julian Bond. passed senate
HJ5029 Commending the James Madison High School band program. passed senate
HJ5030 Judges; election in Court of Appeals, circuit court, general district court, etc. passed senate
HR1 Commending Dianne E. Pettitt. passed house
HR2 House of Delegates; establishes Rules for 2012-2013 Sessions of General Assembly. passed house
HR3 House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed house
HR4 House of Delegates; recording of standing committee and subcommittee meetings. in committee
HR5 General Assembly; invites Governor and other distinguished guests to Hall of House of Delegates. passed house
HR6 Commending the Future Farmers of America of Powhatan Junior High School. passed house
HR7 Commending Big Brothers Big Sisters Virginia Alliance. passed house
HR8 Commending the 2012 inductees into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame. passed house
HR9 Political robocalls; House of Delegate member to refrain from calling person on do not call listing. dead
HR10 Federal immigration training and enforcement authority; supporting Governor's 287(g) request. passed house
HR11 Celebrating the life of Cathy Belter. passed house
HR12 Commending Forrest Daniel South. passed house
HR13 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed house
HR14 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed house
HR15 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed house
HR16 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR17 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nomination for election of member. passed house
HR18 State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed house
HR19 Commending the legacy of John Randolph of Roanoke. passed house
HR20 Celebrating the life of David Goodrich Monette. passed house
HR21 Commending Norfolk State University on hosting Sesquicentennial of Civil War Conference. passed house
HR22 Commending Dr. Frances R. Williams. passed house
HR23 Commending Francena McCorory. passed house
HR24 Commending Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, Inc. passed house
HR25 Celebrating the life of Martha Anderson Rollings. passed house
HR26 Commemorating the life of Charles Dickens. passed house
HR27 Commending Bennett Feild Owen. passed house
HR28 Commending Robert H. Conner. passed house
HR29 Commending Jeryl Rose Phillips. passed house
HR30 Commending Heinrich A. Gideons. passed house
HR31 Commending Tony Hackenberg. passed house
HR32 Celebrating the life of Iris Countee Hemmings Davis. passed house
HR33 Commending Beulah Baptist Church. passed house
HR34 Celebrating the life of Elbernia Elizabeth Copeland Lee. passed house
HR35 Encourage the Government of Turkey to grant certain rights to the Ecumenical Patriarch. passed house
HR36 Celebrating the life of Barbara Williams Hahne. passed house
HR37 Commending Molly Ward. passed house
HR38 Commending Temple Rodef Shalom. passed house
HR39 Celebrating the life of Percy Plemmer, Jr. passed house
HR40 Celebrating the life of Jizeng Chen. passed house
HR41 Celebrating the life of Robert Anthony Snow. passed house
HR42 Commending the Older Dominion Partnership. passed house
HR43 Commending the Lenoid and Bessie Fowlkes family. passed house
HR44 Commending Walter D. Brown III. passed house
HR45 Celebrating the life of Colonel Van T. Barfoot. passed house
HR46 Celebrating the life of John J. Toner. passed house
HR47 Celebrating the life of Billy E. Cuddington. passed house
HR48 Commending Randolph Elementary School. passed house
HR49 Commending Edna Frady. passed house
HR50 Commemorating the 130th anniversary of the birth of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. passed house
HR51 Commending Glen Manor Vineyards. passed house
HR52 Commending Marc L. Finney. passed house
HR53 Commending Linda B. Richardson. passed house
HR54 Celebrating the life of Susie Beatrice Nickens James. passed house
HR55 Celebrating the life of Karen N. McAllister. passed house
HR56 Celebrating the life of Harris L. Parker. passed house
HR57 Commemorating the arrival of Africans to Virginia. passed house
HR58 Commending the Wesley Grove United Church of Christ. passed house
HR59 Commending Doretha E. Moody. passed house
HR60 Commending John V. Talmage. passed house
HR61 Commending Glover W. Pegram. passed house
HR62 Commending T. Wayne Birdsong. passed house
HR63 Commending Wayne M. Harrell. passed house
HR64 Commending Anita Felts. passed house
HR65 Commending Moses Wyche. passed house
HR66 Commending Rock Hill Baptist Church. passed house
HR67 Celebrating the life of John Watts Bowditch. passed house
HR68 Commending Simple Changes, Inc. passed house
HR69 Commending Carolyn Gamble. passed house
HR70 Commemorating the life and legacy of Anna Eleanor Roosevelt. passed house
HR71 Commending Dr. William M. Kelso. passed house
HR72 Celebrating the life of Kenneth Vincent Geroe. passed house
HR73 Commending the Battlefield High School marching band. passed house
HR74 Commending Ken Sorenson. passed house
HR75 Celebrating the life of Amarria Denise Johnson. passed house
HR76 Celebrating the life of Anthony Joseph Basile. passed house
HR77 Commending the Reverend Dr. A. Lincoln James, Jr. passed house
HR78 Commending Community Baptist Church. passed house
HR79 Commending Park Valley Church. passed house
HR80 Commending Community Church. passed house
HR81 Commending the Arcola-Pleasant Valley Volunteer Fire Department. passed house
HR82 Commending Liberty Elementary School. passed house
HR501 House of Delegates; per diem payment to members during recess of Special Session I. passed house
HR502 House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed house
HR503 Commending Walter Luther Young, Jr. passed house
HR504 Commending Nellie Dugger Williams. passed house
HR505 Commending Heritage Presbyterian Church. passed house
HR506 Commending the Mount Vernon Athletic Club. passed house
HR507 Commending Louise Mont-Tucker. passed house
HR508 Commending Robert Christian Rickers. passed house
HR509 Celebrating the life of Dr. John Christopher Fiege. passed house
HR510 Celebrating the life of William Clark. passed house
HR511 Celebrating the life of Adelaide Arthur. passed house
HR512 Celebrating the life of Richard Lee Lawrence. passed house
HR513 Celebrating the life of Dorothy Hall Fowler Sheffey. passed house
HR514 Commending the Portsmouth Christian School cheerleading squad. passed senate
HR515 Commending Fred Holland. passed house
HR516 Commending L. Bruce Holland. passed house
HR517 Commending J. Harwood Cochrane. passed house
HR518 Commending Madison Emergency Services Association. passed house
HR519 Commending the King George High School Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps rifle team. passed house
HR520 Commending Legacy Elementary School. passed house
HR521 Commending Rosa Lee Carter Elementary School. passed house
HR522 Commending Brambleton Presbyterian Church. passed house
HR523 Commending the Rotary Club of Sterling. passed house
HR524 Commending the Briar Woods High School cheer team. passed house
HR525 Commending Arcola Elementary School. passed house
HR526 Commending Mercer Middle School. passed house
HR527 Commending the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office Dulles South Public Safety Center. passed house
HR528 Commending the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office Eastern Loudoun Station. passed house
HR529 Commending the Reverend Charles Grant. passed house
HR530 Commending the 2011 - 2012 Potomac Falls High School boys' basketball team. passed house
HR531 Commending the 2010 - 2011 Potomac Falls High School boys' basketball team. passed house
HR532 Commending Forest Grove Elementary School. passed house
HR533 Commending Community Lutheran Church. passed house
HR534 Commending Guilford Elementary School. passed house
HR535 Commending Creighton's Corner Elementary School. passed house
HR536 Commending the Denbigh House. passed house
HR537 Commending the Christiansburg High School boys' basketball team. passed house
HR538 Commending the Mermaid Winery. passed house
HR539 Commending Orbital Sciences Corporation. passed house
HR540 Commending the Lawrenceville Volunteer Fire Department. passed house
HR541 Commending the 2011 Briar Woods High School softball team. passed house
HR542 Commending Corpus Christi Catholic Mission. passed house
HR543 Commending Sterling Middle School. passed house
HR544 Commending Dulles Community Church. passed house
HR545 Commending Gateway Community Church. passed house
HR546 Commending Beth Chaverim Reform Congregation. passed house
HR547 Commending Stone Hill Middle School. passed house
HR548 Commending Sterling United Methodist Church. passed house
HR549 Commending Park View High School. passed house
HR550 Commending J. Michael Lunsford Middle School. passed house
HR551 Commending Dominion High School. passed house
HR552 Commending Horizon Elementary School. passed house
HR553 Commending Rolling Ridge Elementary School. passed house
HR554 Commending Ronald Wilson Reagan Middle School. passed house
HR555 Commending Freedom High School. passed house
HR556 Commending J.W. Alvey Elementary School. passed house
HR557 Commending Samuel L. Gravely, Jr. Elementary School. passed house
HR558 Commending the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Loudoun County. passed house
HR559 Commending First Baptist Church of Sterling. passed house
HR560 Commending Pinebrook Elementary School. passed house
HR561 Commending Potowmack Elementary School. passed house
HR562 Commending Sterling Elementary School. passed house
HR563 Commending Hutchison Farm Elementary School. passed house
HR564 Commending William B. Overstreet, Jr. passed house
HR565 Commending Project CARE of the Greater Virginia Peninsula. passed house
HR566 Commending the Manassas Volunteer Fire Company. passed house
HR567 Commending the East Rockingham High School girls basketball team. passed house
HR568 Commending Countryside Elementary School. passed house
HR569 Commending Ed McCann. passed house
HR570 Celebrating the life of William G. Laws. passed house
HR571 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel Robert Roy Begland, USA (Ret.). passed house
HR572 Celebrating the life of Mary Carol Matt Beirne. passed house
HR573 Commending Suzanne Levy. passed house
HR574 Commending the Galax High School golf team. passed house
HR575 Commending the Galax High School boys' basketball team. passed house
HR576 Commending Herndon Elementary School. passed house
HR577 Commending the Salem High School forensics team. passed house
HR578 Commending the Williamsburg Christian Academy boys' basketball team. passed house
HR579 Commending the Williamsburg Christian Academy girls' basketball team. passed house
HR580 Commending the Buffa family. passed house
HR581 Commending Irene Saunders Hoffler. passed house
HR582 Celebrating the life of Michael Earl Smith. passed house
HR583 Commending the Salem High School of Salem yearbook staff. passed house
HR584 Commending Bobby P. Burnett. passed house
HR585 Celebrating the life of Donald K. Lawson. passed house
HR586 Celebrating the life of the Honorable William Carrington Thompson. passed house
HR587 Celebrating the life of John Carroll Collins. passed house
HR588 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Brandon F. Eggleston. passed house
HR589 Commending Mark Outlaw. passed house
HR590 Commending the Virginia Beach Volunteer Rescue Squad. passed house
HR591 Commending the Frank W. Cox High School boys' swim and dive team. passed house
HR592 Commending the Frank W. Cox High School gymnastics team. passed house
HR593 Commending Charles Edward Turner. passed house
HR594 Commending Gesher Jewish Day School. passed house
HR595 Celebrating the life of Gerald Michael Pace, Sr. passed house
HR596 Commending Dr. Cheryl Newton. passed house
HR597 Commending Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools Robotics Team 4394. passed house
HR598 Commending T. David Luther. passed house
HR599 Commending Dr. Malcolm Huckabee. passed house
HR600 Commending Millie Dunston. passed house
HR601 Commending Elizabeth Tyler Marshall. passed house
HR602 Commending the Reverend R.J. Barber, Jr. passed house
HR603 Commending Amanda H. Redd. passed house
HR604 Commending Robert Henkel Spilman, Jr. passed house
HR605 Commending Elizabeth H. Haskell. passed house
HR606 Commending the Oyster Pointer. passed house
HR607 Commending People to People. passed house
HR608 Commending Jasbinder Singh. passed house
HR609 Commending William B. Tirrell, Sr. passed house
HR610 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Robert C. Vaughan, Jr. passed house
HR611 Commending the Reverend Judith Ellen Short. passed house
HR612 Commending the Westfield High School boys' 4 x 800 relay team. passed house
HR613 Commending the Honorable Donald M. Haddock, Sr. passed house
HR614 Commending Steve Stewart. passed house
HR615 Commending Dennis J. Hanrahan. passed house
HR616 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Thomas J. Quinlan. passed house
HR617 Judge; nomination for election to Court of Appeals of Virginia. passed house
HR618 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed house
HR619 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed house
HR620 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR621 Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed house
HR622 Commending the Richmond Metropolitan Chapter of The Charmettes, Incorporated. passed house
HR623 Commending Richmond Christian School. passed house
# Title Status
SB1 Voter procedures; voter shall be offered provisional ballot, etc. signed by governor
SB2 Claims; Melissa Scianna. signed by governor
SB3 Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project; prohibits use of state funds for Phase II of Project, etc. dead
SB4 Castle doctrine; self-defense and defense of others. dead
SB5 Claims; Kenneth and Leslie VanAuken. stricken
SB6 VIEW; substance abuse screening and assessment of public assistance applicants and recipients. dead
SB7 Charter; Town of Brodnax. signed by governor
SB8 Guardians; disposition of remains. signed by governor
SB9 Guardianship; restriction of visitation. in committee
SB10 Line of Duty Act; coverage for fire company personnel of National Guard and Air National Guard. incorporated
SB11 Self-settled spendthrift trusts; created. signed by governor
SB12 Elections; absentee voting. dead
SB13 Lyme disease; adds both confirmed & suspected cases to list to be reported to Department of Health. stricken
SB14 Methamphetamine precursors; sale and tracking, penalties. incorporated
SB15 Grass and weeds; adds Town of Ashland to list of localities authorized to require cutting. signed by governor
SB16 Children; raises age for indecent liberties to under age of 16 years, penalty. in committee
SB17 Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; changes name of conservation police officers. in committee
SB18 Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Compact; removes authorization for State's membership. dead
SB19 Cash proffers; changes sunset date on provisions that state collection or acceptance by locality. dead
SB20 Rape; accomplished by ruse or trickery. in committee
SB21 Rape; person who has sexual intercourse with complaining witness accomplished by coercion. dead
SB22 Real estate tax; exemption for disabled veterans. signed by governor
SB23 Adultery and fornication by persons forbidden to marry; penalty. in committee
SB24 Welfare and other entitlement fraud; penalties. dead
SB25 Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; appointment of Director. dead
SB26 Conservation police officers; clarifies authority. dead
SB27 License plates; display of single plate on registered vehicles. dead
SB28 Payday loans; permitted interest. in subcommittee
SB29 Budget Bill. dead
SB30 Budget Bill. dead
SB31 Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2012; created. signed by governor
SB32 Assessments for local improvements, special; adds City of Hampton to localities that may impose. signed by governor
SB33 Hampton, City of; special commissioner to execute title to real estate with delinquent taxes, etc. signed by governor
SB34 Rental payments; landlord accounting of tenant credits and debits upon written request. signed by governor
SB35 Landlords; recovery of possession limited, changes definition of dwelling unit, etc. signed by governor
SB36 Proffered conditions; amendments or variations. signed by governor
SB37 Retail Sales and Use Tax; extends sunset provision for certain educational materials. signed by governor
SB38 Life, Accident, and Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association; guidelines for use of logo. dead
SB39 Life, Accident, and Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association; increases maximum amount of coverage. in committee
SB40 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption on certain tangible personal property. signed by governor
SB41 Claims; Thomas Edward Haynesworth. signed by governor
SB42 Tax amnesty program; expands scope of City of Richmond to include local taxes and accrued interest. signed by governor
SB43 Washington-Lincoln Day; designating as third Monday in February. passed committee
SB44 Virginia State Bar; allows full-time law school professors to be admitted as an active member. dead
SB45 Open Education Curriculum Board; alters function from a policy board to an advisory board. signed by governor
SB46 On-road clean screen program; vehicle emissions inspection. stricken
SB47 Certificates of insurance; unfair insurance trade practices. signed by governor
SB48 Residential rental properties; establishes criteria by which an assessor determines market value. stricken
SB49 Income tax, corporate; requires retail companies to use single-sales factor apportionment formula. signed by governor
SB50 Corporations and limited liability companies; conversions, dissolution, and procedures. signed by governor
SB51 Uniform Commercial Code; secured transactions. signed by governor
SB52 Environmental laboratory certification program; exempts certain laboratories. signed by governor
SB53 Commonwealth Health Research Board; certain employees shall be entitled to state employee benefits. signed by governor
SB54 Unemployment benefits; minimum earnings requirement, postpones scheduled increase. signed by governor
SB55 Voter identification requirements; revises list of items a voter may show to prove identification. incorporated
SB56 Elections; party identification on ballots in local elections. dead
SB57 Absentee voting; applications shall be processed 5 days after person registers to vote, exceptions. signed by governor
SB58 Criminal law; redefinition of triggerman rule, penalty. dead
SB59 Injunctions; requirement for bond. signed by governor
SB60 Divorce; failure to respond by defendant. signed by governor
SB61 Income tax, corporate; lower rate for certain businesses. dead
SB62 Primary elections; adds party affiliation to application when registering to vote. dead
SB63 Absentee ballot applications; unlawful to solicit in person from individuals in any hospital, etc. in subcommittee
SB64 Castle doctrine; self-defense and defense of others. incorporated
SB65 Nursing homes; notice of liability insurance coverage. dead
SB66 Abuse and neglect of a child; failure to report missing, penalty. dead
SB67 Concealed handgun permit applications; removes option for locality to require fingerprints. signed by governor
SB68 Income tax, corporate; creates industrial building rehabilitation tax credit. dead
SB69 Unemployment benefits; volunteer service requirement. in committee
SB70 Retail Sales and Use Tax; two-year sales tax moratorium for construction materials & supplies. dead
SB71 Larceny; court may require accused to undergo an assessment and enter treatment program, etc. dead
SB72 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount from $200 to $750. in committee
SB73 Residential rental apartments; appeal of real property assessments, fair market value. signed by governor
SB74 Roll-your-own cigarette machines; person who operates at a retail establishment is a manufacturer. signed by governor
SB75 Mortgage loan originators; exempts from licensing employees of bona fide nonprofit organizations. signed by governor
SB76 Owner financing for real property; licensing. signed by governor
SB77 Nutrient credit certification; regulations, Nutrient Trading Act is established, penalty. signed by governor
SB78 Income tax, corporate; taxes paid in another state. stricken
SB79 Public Procurement Act; bid match preference for State businesses. in subcommittee
SB80 Virginia Beach, City of; concurrent jurisdiction over adjoining waters. signed by governor
SB81 Accident and sickness insurance; coverage for hospitalization and anesthesia for dental procedures. in committee
SB82 Absentee voting; military and overseas voters. dead
SB83 VIEW; screening and assessment of public assistance recipients for use of illegal substances. incorporated
SB84 Foster care; extends option of independent living services to person between 18 and 21 years old. dead
SB85 Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; Expected Family Contribution. dead
SB86 Solicitation of contributions; registration of charitable organizations. signed by governor
SB87 Charter; City of Falls Church. signed by governor
SB88 Driver's licenses; requires DMV send initial notice of suspension or revocation by certified mail. dead
SB89 Garnishment; corrects form listing exemptions. signed by governor
SB90 Private security services; allows those out-of-state to contract with those licensed in State. dead
SB91 Sexually violent predators; civil commitment, report. incorporated
SB92 Nursing homes; involuntary discharge notification. dead
SB93 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing word: RESTON! and legend: LIVE WORK PLAY. dead
SB94 Rules of Evidence; amendments or additions to Rule shall be adopted by Supreme Court of Va., etc. signed by governor
SB95 Mandatory judicial retirement; increases age from 70 to 73. dead
SB96 Unlawful photographs or video; Class 6 felony for a person to publish on Internet, penalty. dead
SB97 Barrier crimes; clarifies individual crimes included in background check and barrier crime statutes. dead
SB98 Open-end loan plans; caps finance charges. in subcommittee
SB99 Line of Duty Act; expands definition of a deceased person. incorporated
SB100 Two-Year College Scholarship Match Program; created. dead
SB101 Bicycles; Town Council of Blacksburg to permit operation in either direction on one-way streets. stricken
SB102 Water and waste authorities; liens. dead
SB103 Transient occupancy tax; authorizes Roanoke County to impose. signed by governor
SB104 Dependent Children of University and College Faculty Reduced Tuition Program; created. dead
SB105 Roanoke Higher Education Authority; removes president of Jefferson College of Health Sciences. signed by governor
SB106 Physician assistants; use of fluoroscopy. signed by governor
SB107 Freedom of Information Act; criminal investigative records. in subcommittee
SB108 Power of attorney; embezzlement by agent, penalty. dead
SB109 Land trusts; beneficiaries shall name a successor trustee. signed by governor
SB110 Irrevocable trusts; trustee's power to appoint assets into second trust. signed by governor
SB111 Sanctions with Unified Rapid Enforcement (SURE); created. dead
SB112 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes certain computer equipment and enabling software. signed by governor
SB113 Drivers licenses; minors to be accompanied by parent, guardian, etc., to ceremony. signed by governor
SB114 Retail Sales and Use Tax; adds veterans organizations to nonprofit entities that qualify. dead
SB115 Wills, trusts, and fiduciaries; revising and recodifying laws. signed by governor
SB116 Court costs, fines, etc.; extends from 15 to 30 number of days a person has to pay. signed by governor
SB117 Biennial appropriation act; shall start on July 1 of odd-numbered years. dead
SB118 Virginia Public School Improvement Program; established. dead
SB119 Teachers, temporarily employed; prohibits school board from hiring in core subjects of English, etc. dead
SB120 Risk-Based Capital Act; way to measure minimum capital appropriate for insurer based on size & risk. signed by governor
SB121 Bank-owned real estate; repeals provision that limits period that banks may hold. signed by governor
SB122 Derelict and blighted buildings; authorizes locality to serve as receiver to repair. enacted
SB123 Environmental covenants; compliance with Uniform Environmental Covenants Act, etc. signed by governor
SB124 Mortgage lenders and mortgage brokers; criminal background checks. signed by governor
SB125 Line of Duty Act; political subdivision, etc., irrevocable election to self-fund benefits. dead
SB126 Forestry, Department of; use of methyl bromide gas fumigation. signed by governor
SB127 Sex offender registry; juvenile registration. dead
SB128 Governor's Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development Fund; established, report. signed by governor
SB129 State mandates on localities; Governor to temporarily suspend certain unfunded. dead
SB130 Building Revitalization Grant Fund; established, report. dead
SB131 Income tax, corporate; tax credits for donations to non-profit organizations, etc. signed by governor
SB132 Credit unions; amendments to organizational documents. signed by governor
SB133 Fire investigation warrant; State Police arson investigators may obtain. signed by governor
SB134 County precincts; separate precinct for certain towns. stricken
SB135 Virginia All Payer Claims Database; created, report. signed by governor
SB136 Virginia Retirement System; retirees hired as police chief in certain towns. dead
SB137 Gunston Hall; administrative head is appointed by Governor, report. dead
SB138 Motor vehicle fuels sales tax; transfers administration and collection to DMV. incorporated
SB139 County precincts; separate precinct for certain towns. dead
SB140 Fire policy; shall provide coverage for cost charged by volunteer fire department, etc. signed by governor
SB141 St. Paul, Town of; authority to prohibit use of compression release engine brakes. in committee
SB142 Charter; Town of Pocahontas. signed by governor
SB143 Mining permit; use of mine voids. stricken
SB144 Virginia Gas and Oil Act; production of plats or maps. stricken
SB145 Coalbed methane drilling; pooling orders. stricken
SB146 Dental hygienists; remote supervision by a public health dentist. signed by governor
SB147 Bear hound training; allows training of dogs to hunt bears to occur from 4:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. signed by governor
SB148 Methamphetamine lab cleanup costs; localities may charge for reimbursement . signed by governor
SB149 Charter; Town of Bluefield. signed by governor
SB150 Mineral rights; presumption of ownereship. in committee
SB151 Hunting; allows person to hunt wild bird or wild animal on Sundays. incorporated
SB152 Virginia Gas and Oil Act; penalties for operating without permit, disregarding orders, etc. dead
SB153 Gas or oil wells; records of pooled operations income and costs. stricken
SB154 License tax; uniform ordinances. stricken
SB155 Repairable vehicles; definition, exemption from certain provisions, exceptions. signed by governor
SB156 Adoption; increases age at which assistance for children with special needs terminates. in committee
SB157 Asbestos, Lead, Mold, and Home Inspectors, Virginia Board for; examination for license applicants. stricken
SB158 Admission to bail; notice to State attorney. signed by governor
SB159 Drug trafficking; 3 years shall be mandatory minimum term of imprisonment for subsequent offense. signed by governor
SB160 High Performance Buildings Act; created. signed by governor
SB161 Transportation Board; increases number of membership. dead
SB162 Fuels taxes; indexing of tax rates. incorporated
SB163 Foreclosure; use of false records, documents, or statements. dead
SB164 Fraudulent conveyance and voluntary transfer; power of court to set aside, sanctions. signed by governor
SB165 Limited liability company; charging orders entered against sole member of company. dead
SB166 Homestead exemption; exemptions in bankruptcy petition, etc. in committee
SB167 Student discipline; parental notification by school principal or his designee. dead
SB168 Public schools; closed-circuit cameras prohibited for purpose of monitoring student conduct. dead
SB169 Private or out-of-state higher educational institutions; revoked certification. stricken
SB170 Charter; City of Fairfax. enacted
SB171 Virginia Retirement System; benefits for firefighter, emergency medical technician, etc. signed by governor
SB172 Poker; definition of illegal gambling and charitable gaming, etc. dead
SB173 Hunting; allows landowners to hunt on their property on Sunday, and with permission of owner. incorporated
SB174 Stormwater program assistance; DCR to provide technical and staff assistance in managing. dead
SB175 Postrelease supervision of felons; amends provisions. dead
SB176 Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; removes jurisdiction to enforce fishing and boating laws. dead
SB177 Performance guarantees; street construction. in committee
SB178 Satellite office expenses tax credit; creates a $250,000 tax credit for certain businesses. dead
SB179 Bond administration; reimbursement of administrative costs. signed by governor
SB180 Trustees, certain; protection from liability. signed by governor
SB181 Retail Sales and Use Tax; use tax be reported annually. dead
SB182 Penalty for DUI manslaughter. dead
SB183 Virginia Outdoors Foundation; exempt from paying clerk for remote access to land records. signed by governor
SB184 Interpreters; cost shall be borne by non-English-speaking defendant if he is convicted of offense. dead
SB185 SOL assessments; Board of Education to require only math and English for third graders. dead
SB186 Payday loans; permitted interest. incorporated
SB187 Absentee voting; persons age 65 and older on day of election may vote absentee. dead
SB188 Absentee voting; application for absentee ballots by electronic mail or other electronic means. dead
SB189 Virginia Redistricting Commission; created. incorporated
SB190 Public schools; clarifies language relating to enrollment of military children. signed by governor
SB191 Intellectual disability and developmental services; replaces certain terminology, tech. amendments. incorporated
SB192 Pawnbrokers; digital images required to be maintained. in subcommittee
SB193 Freedom of Information Act; exemption for cell phone numbers for EMS personnel and firefighters. signed by governor
SB194 Virginia War Memorial; memorialization of fallen Virginian, Governor may establish certain criteria. dead
SB195 Towing ordinances; localities in Northern Virginia to require companies to submit to inspection. signed by governor
SB196 Fairfax County Parkway; requires CTB to transfer to state primary highway system. dead
SB197 Attorney General; may represent in civil matters a person appointed by circuit court judge. signed by governor
SB198 Health insurance; credits provided for retired school division employees. dead
SB199 Pedestrians; requires vehicle drivers to stop at marked crosswalks, etc. dead
SB200 Public school textbooks; when referring to Sea of Japan, note that is also referred to as East Sea. dead
SB201 Hospital discharge procedures; community services boards to provide information on certain services. signed by governor
SB202 Fox and coyote penning; Class 1 misdemeanor for purpose of hunting or killing with dogs. dead
SB203 Adjudication of certain crimes; penalty. dead
SB204 Children in foster care; school placement. signed by governor
SB205 Forensic evidence; delay in collecting for sexual assault cases. dead
SB206 Alcohol, open container; no person shall possess in passenger area of motor vehicle, civil penalty. incorporated
SB207 Elections; extension of polling hours. dead
SB208 Driver's license; changes period of administrative suspension for a DUI from seven to 60 days. passed committee
SB209 HOV lanes; extends sunset provision on use by vehicles with clean special fuel license plates. signed by governor
SB210 Driver's license holders, provisional; makes cell phone use while driving a primary offense. dead
SB211 Comptroller; assignment of general fund balance remaining at year end. dead
SB212 High occupancy toll (HOT) lanes; construction contracts. in committee
SB213 Highway maintenance; allocation of funds by CTB for maintenance of assets within Interstate System. dead
SB214 Breach of medical information; notification. dead
SB215 Bond administration; reimbursement of administrative costs. incorporated
SB216 Retirement System; law-enforcement officer retirees hired as school board security personnel. dead
SB217 Public schools; residency of children in kinship care. vetoed by governor
SB218 Parental rights; procedure for restoration. dead
SB219 Handheld personal communications devices; penalty if text messaging and emailing while driving. dead
SB220 General fund; assignment of year-end surplus. dead
SB221 Cottage food production operation; sales directly to consumers only. stricken
SB222 Financial exploitation of elderly or incapacitated adults; punishable as larceny, etc. incorporated
SB223 Cannabinoids, synthetic; amends provisions regarding criminalization. incorporated
SB224 Assault and battery; Class 1 misdemeanor against a family or household member. dead
SB225 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: PEACE BEGINS AT HOME. dead
SB226 Income tax, state & corporate; extends subtraction for capital gains from investments in businesses. signed by governor
SB227 Stormwater service district; allocation of revenues. signed by governor
SB228 Vehicle and trailer immobilization; subject to removal for outstanding parking violations. signed by governor
SB229 Zoning; civil penalties constitute liens on real property. dead
SB230 Highway projects; VDOT to provide for training and certification of local government employees. signed by governor
SB231 Taxicabs; local regulation. signed by governor
SB232 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes certain computer equipment and enabling software. incorporated
SB233 Proffered conditions; landowners may apply to governing body for amendments, etc., of conditions. stricken
SB234 Charter; Town of Leesburg. signed by governor
SB235 Insurance; employees of political subdivisions of State may receive from a locality. signed by governor
SB236 Virginia Public Procurement Act; multiple project contracts for services relating to construction. dead
SB237 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority; changes in composition. signed by governor
SB238 Telework expenses tax credit; extended for employers through December 31, 2016. signed by governor
SB239 Child abuse and neglect; mandatory reporting, penalties. signed by governor
SB240 Constitutional amendment; taking or damaging of private property for public use (voter referendum). signed by governor
SB241 Tax credits; businesses providing assistance to low-income families, etc., in private schools. incorporated
SB242 Public procurement; state agency agreements with labor organizations. signed by governor
SB243 Charter schools, public; allowed to choose whether its employees will participate in VRS, etc. incorporated
SB244 Primary elections; adds party affiliation to information an applicant to provide when registering. incorporated
SB245 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; constitutional rights of citizens to keep & bear arms. signed by governor
SB246 Winter Sports Safety Act; limits liability of ski resorts and other winter sports area operators. signed by governor
SB247 Child support; DCE to withhold payments from prisoners who maintain job within Department. dead
SB248 Employers of domestic service individuals; reporting and paying unemployment insurance taxes. signed by governor
SB249 Marriage ceremonies; performance by a minister commissioned to pastoral ministry. signed by governor
SB250 Small, women-owned, and minority-owned businesses; enhancement or remedial measures. dead
SB251 Circuit court clerks; fees charged and collected. signed by governor
SB252 Elections; party identification on ballots in local elections. incorporated
SB253 Dam safety; consultation with Department of Emergency Management. signed by governor
SB254 Veterans Services, Department of; ratio of claims agents to number of veterans in State. signed by governor
SB255 Thoms Nelson Community College; creates pilot program for certain high school seniors. dead
SB256 Public schools; physical activity requirement. stricken
SB257 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year. incorporated
SB258 Minority Business Enterprises, Department of; changes definition of small business. dead
SB259 Human trafficking; Board of Education to provide information for local school division staff. signed by governor
SB260 Virginia Public Procurement Act; use of best value procurement by certain localities. dead
SB261 Virginia Preschool Initiative Local Grant Program; created. dead
SB262 Microenterprise Investment Grant Fund and Program; created. dead
SB263 Public employment; prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation, race, etc. in committee
SB264 Following too closely; includes bicycles, electric personal assistive mobility devices, mopeds, etc. dead
SB265 Child abuse or neglect; athletic coach or director of public school, etc. required to report to DSS. incorporated
SB266 Community-based continuing care (CBCC) providers; required to be registered with SCC. signed by governor
SB267 Appropriation bills; House Appropriations and Senate Finance issue reports with budget conference. dead
SB268 Virginia Racing Commission; authorizes wagering on historical horse racing & allocation of proceeds. dead
SB269 Physical education, high school; JROTC participation fulfills requirement. dead
SB270 Notaries; shall not perform notarial acts to which he or his spouse is a party, exceptions. signed by governor
SB271 Virginia Center for School Safety; provide training to public school personnel on antibullying. signed by governor
SB272 General Assembly; consideration of certain documents related to budget bill. dead
SB273 Cannabinoids, synthetic; amends provisions regarding criminalization. signed by governor
SB274 Urban development areas; makes designation optional rather than mandatory for all localities. signed by governor
SB275 Elections; party identification on ballots in local elections. incorporated
SB276 Elections; method of nominating party candidates. dead
SB277 Abortion, forced or coerced; prohibited, penalty. passed subcommittee
SB278 Teachers; date changes for contract renewal for those without continuing contract status. signed by governor
SB279 Abortion; informed consent, shall undergo ultrasound imaging. incorporated
SB280 Motor vehicle insurance; places time limits on appeals to DMV for suspension of driver's license. signed by governor
SB281 Elections; persons entitled to place on ballot when in compliance with campaign finance disclosure. dead
SB282 Voter registration; cancellation of registrations from persons reported to be deceased. stricken
SB283 Illegal voting and registrations; prohibition against voting more than once. signed by governor
SB284 Commercial space flight; funding and oversight. signed by governor
SB285 Crimes against incapacitated or elder adults; penalty. incorporated
SB286 Sale of property; City of Newport News to sell certain property for nominal amount. signed by governor
SB287 Charter; City of Newport News. signed by governor
SB288 Alcoholic beverage control; recycling for certain retail on-premises licensees required. dead
SB289 Alcohol, open container; no person shall possess in passenger area of motor vehicle, civil penalty. dead
SB290 Geriatric prisoners; removes petition requirement for Parole Board to consider conditional release. dead
SB291 Urban development areas; makes incorporation optional rather than mandatory for all localities. incorporated
SB292 Charter; City of Chesapeake. signed by governor
SB293 DCJS; provides minimum training standards for juvenile correctional officers. signed by governor
SB294 Methamphetamine precursors; sale and tracking, penalties. signed by governor
SB295 Virginia Employment Commission; Office of Attorney General may represent interests of State. signed by governor
SB296 Child abuse and neglect; mandatory reporting, penalties. incorporated
SB297 Veterans Services, Board of; voting by ex officio members. signed by governor
SB298 Virginia Retirement System; fiscal impact analysis of employer contribution rates. dead
SB299 Kinship foster care placements; Commissioner of Social Services may grant variance from requirement. signed by governor
SB300 Protective orders; various changes to provisions governing those issued by court, venue. signed by governor
SB301 Sexual assault response teams; State attorney to invite chiefs of campus police to annual meeting. signed by governor
SB302 Campus police; mutual aid agreements with local law-enforcement agencies and State Police. signed by governor
SB303 Child abuse; mandatory reporting by public and private college employees. incorporated
SB304 License plates; display of a single plate on registered vehicles. dead
SB305 Dangerous dog registry; changes procedure for registering. signed by governor
SB306 Tax increment financing; blighted areas. in committee
SB307 Reduced cigarette ignition propensity; eliminates an exemption. signed by governor
SB308 Business license or land use authorization, local; conditions of issuance. signed by governor
SB309 Marriages, divorces, and annulments; disclosure of records. dead
SB310 Death records; disclosure of records. dead
SB311 Charter; City of Franklin. dead
SB312 Four-for-Life; substantive review. dead
SB313 Surgical assistants and surgical technologists; licensure and certification by Board of Medicine. dead
SB314 Sexually violent predators; Director of DOC determines if prisoner meets definition. signed by governor
SB315 VDOT; allowed to drive on portion of highway other than a roadway to/from scene of traffic accident. signed by governor
SB316 Dulles Greenway; SCC to hold a public hearing in Loudoun County prior to granting a toll increase. in committee
SB317 Drug treatment courts; established in Buchanan, Dickenson, Goochland, Montgomery & Russell Counties. dead
SB318 VIEW; screening and assessment of public assistance recipients for use of illegal substances. incorporated
SB319 Unemployment compensation; misconduct and qualification for benefits, etc. in committee
SB320 Schedule II, Schedule III, etc, controlled substances; required check with Program. dead
SB321 Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosures. signed by governor
SB322 Motor carriers; insurance requirements. signed by governor
SB323 Handguns; eliminates prohibition on purchasing more than one in a 30-day period. signed by governor
SB324 Limitation on Administrative Actions Relating to Firearms Act; established. dead
SB325 Asset forfeitures; consolidates certain provisions and eliminates redundancies. signed by governor
SB326 Asset forfeiture; forfeited drug assets are to be distributed in accordance with Constitution. in committee
SB327 Workers' compensation; presumptions, members of enforcement division of DMV. dead
SB328 Workers' compensation; establishes presumption, officers processing clandestine drug laboratories. in committee
SB329 Early education; parental obligation. in subcommittee
SB330 Coal mine safety; operator of coal mine to submit map and revisions that show directional changes. signed by governor
SB331 Law enforcement officers; early retirement. dead
SB332 Charter; Town of Troutdale. signed by governor
SB333 Mopeds; prohibited on highways with speed limits in excess of 35 miles per hour. dead
SB334 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of NASCAR. dead
SB335 Weight limits; haulers of sand, gravel, and crushed stone. signed by governor
SB336 All-terrain and utility vehicles; expands definition. dead
SB337 DMV; collection of fees. enacted
SB338 Virginia Investment Partnership Act; definitions. signed by governor
SB339 Advertising & advertisements; allows running animation on structures. dead
SB340 Occupational therapy; definition. signed by governor
SB341 Income tax, state; increases long-term care insurance credit. dead
SB342 Dental laboratories; register with Board of Dentistry. dead
SB343 Motor carrier and commercial driver's licensing; amends several licensing laws. signed by governor
SB344 Small Business Investment Grant Fund; created. signed by governor
SB345 Criminal street gang; recruitment of persons, penalty. dead
SB346 Higher educational institutions; crisis and emergency management plans. signed by governor
SB347 Tax-paid contraband cigarettes; possession with intent to distribute, penalties. signed by governor
SB348 Agency Effectiveness Review Commission; established, report. dead
SB349 Child-placing agency; shall not be required to participate in placement of child for foster care. signed by governor
SB350 Motor vehicle insurance; premiums based on credit information prohibited. dead
SB351 Limited liability companies; provides for designation of a type of company as low-profit. in committee
SB352 Land conservation tax credit; transfer in event of death. in committee
SB353 Alcoholic beverage control; agents of Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. signed by governor
SB354 Beehive Grant Fund and Beehive Grant Program; created. signed by governor
SB355 Land preservation tax credit; information about issued credits. dead
SB356 Alternative onsite sewage system; owner exempt from requirements for operation and maintenance. dead
SB357 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; adds conservation officers of DCR as members. dead
SB358 Mobile infrared transmitters; local governments by ordinance to permit use by fire-fighting vehicle. dead
SB359 Trap, Neuter, and Return programs; permits operation of formal program relating to feral cats. dead
SB360 Supreme Court of Virginia; complaints filed by JIRC are to be evidentiary hearings. dead
SB361 Solid waste landfill; allows Rockbridge County to operate for an additional two years. stricken
SB362 Critical incident stress management teams; privileged information regarding criminal acts, etc. signed by governor
SB363 Virginia Child Protection Accountability System; reporting of certain information by VCSC, etc. signed by governor
SB364 Towing; allows police-requested towing to be initiated by employees authorized by local agency. signed by governor
SB365 Motor vehicle accidents; satisfaction of judgments for damages, suspensions requested by creditor. dead
SB366 Interstate Compact on Placement of Children; interstate placement of children. signed by governor
SB367 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local; definition of personal interest in a transaction. signed by governor
SB368 Major business facility job tax credit; extends time credit may be taken over a two-year period. signed by governor
SB369 Fire insurance policy; notice regarding earthquake exclusion. signed by governor
SB370 Virginia Resources Authority; designees for Board of Directors. signed by governor
SB371 Judicial authorization of treatment; advance directives. signed by governor
SB372 Community Colleges, State Board for; development of mental health services. dead
SB373 Higher educational institutions; establishment of violence prevention committees, etc. stricken
SB374 Higher educational institutions; mental health and parental notification policies. signed by governor
SB375 Higher educational institutions; may require any accepted student provide complete record. signed by governor
SB376 Shared work programs; established, report. dead
SB377 Construction projects using public funds; iron, steel, manufactured goods must be produced in USA. dead
SB378 DUI ignition interlock; required on first offense as a condition of a restricted license. signed by governor
SB379 Firearms transfers; penalties. in committee
SB380 Birth control; definition. in committee
SB381 Electric utilities; integrated resource plans. in committee
SB382 Renewable energy portfolio standard program; reporting requirements to State Corporation Commission. signed by governor
SB383 Virginia Health Benefit Exchange Authority; created. in subcommittee
SB384 Dental and dental hygiene school faculty; licensure. signed by governor
SB385 Candidate campaign committees; prohibited interest payments on certain loans, penalty. signed by governor
SB386 Fraudulent conversion of leased property; removes provision. dead
SB387 Mental health and developmental services; replaces certain terminology, technical amendments. signed by governor
SB388 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: IN REMEMBRANCE, APRIL 16, 2007. dead
SB389 Pneumatic gun ordinance; allows locality to prohibit possession on school property, etc., exception. dead
SB390 Juvenile life sentences; proceding for sentence modification. dead
SB391 Parental notification; school investigations. incorporated
SB392 Transportation Board; increases number of membership, residence requirement for redistricting. dead
SB393 Media-related tax exemptions; extends sunset provision until 2017. signed by governor
SB394 Cigarette tax stamps, local; same technology used or required by State. signed by governor
SB395 Woodrow Wilson's Presidency, Virginia Commission on the Centennial of; extends date for funding. signed by governor
SB396 Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families, State Executive Council for; membership. enacted
SB397 Electric vehicles; exempts qualified plug-in electric on-road vehicles from emissions inspections. stricken
SB398 Alcoholic beverage control; outdoor advertising regulations, etc. signed by governor
SB399 Deaf or hard-of-hearing children; special education. dead
SB400 Two-Year Transfer Grant Program; Expected Family Contribution. incorporated
SB401 Taxes, local; interest on refunds and delinquent taxes. dead
SB402 Nutrient Offset Fund; priority for funding for certain facilities. dead
SB403 Land preservation tax credit; increased for working farmers. dead
SB404 Riparian Forest Grant Program; created, sunset date for riparian forest tax credit. passed committee
SB405 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; increases membership of board of directors. signed by governor
SB406 Alcoholic beverages; unlawful possession. signed by governor
SB407 Erosion & Sediment Control, Stormwater, & Chesapeake Bay Preservation Acts; integration of programs. signed by governor
SB408 Alcoholic beverage control; outdoor advertising. signed by governor
SB409 Recordation tax; eliminates exemption for deeds of trust securing a refinanced obligation. signed by governor
SB410 Wetlands and streams; water protection permits, conditions for contribution to Board-approved fund. dead
SB411 Va. Fire Services Board and State Board of Juvenile Justice; powers & duties. signed by governor
SB412 Sex offender registry; juvenile registration. incorporated
SB413 Renewable energy portfolio standard program; credits for investments. signed by governor
SB414 Retail Sales and Use Tax; clarifies amount of revenue authorized tourism project is entitled. signed by governor
SB415 Nurses; licensure exemption. signed by governor
SB416 Judgment; payee, etc., may appoint substitute for any attorney-in-fact authorized to confess. signed by governor
SB417 Grievance procedure; eliminates certain steps. signed by governor
SB418 Electric transmission lines; approval process. signed by governor
SB419 Juveniles; trial as adults. in committee
SB420 Sex Offender Registry; notification of laws. dead
SB421 Motor vehicle dealers; recovering title. signed by governor
SB422 Commissioners of accounts; certified public accountants may serve thereas. in committee
SB423 License plates; required to display only single plate on rear of vehicle. dead
SB424 Line of Duty Act; under coverage individuals employed as fire company personnel for National Guard. signed by governor
SB425 Interbasin transfer of water resources; State Water Control Board to establish procedures, etc. signed by governor
SB426 Medicaid; appeals of agency determinations. Regarding overpayments. dead
SB427 Information Technology and Management Internal Service Fund; established for VITA. signed by governor
SB428 Forestry, Department of; limits payments from timber sales to localities. signed by governor
SB429 Criminal history record information check; required forms upon sale of a firearm. dead
SB430 Cemeteries; definition for purposes of zoning. signed by governor
SB431 Financial exploitation of elderly or incapacitated adults; penalty. dead
SB432 Grantor trusts; settlor's creditors; payment of taxes. signed by governor
SB433 Veterans; determination of status of unclaimed cremains. signed by governor
SB434 Funeral or memorial service disruption; penalty. dead
SB435 Criminal history record information check; making false statements, penalty. dead
SB436 Sex crimes; penalties. signed by governor
SB437 Eminent domain; definitions of lost access and lost profits, determining compensation. signed by governor
SB438 Public schools; teacher contract and evaluation policies. dead
SB439 Medical Fraud Control Unit; Attorney General to appoint investigators. dead
SB440 Charter schools, public; funding and service contracts. signed by governor
SB441 Line of Duty Act; expeditious payment for burial expense for person whose death is in line of duty. signed by governor
SB442 Onsite sewage systems; design and inspection. dead
SB443 Financial exploitation of elderly or vulnerable adults; penalty. incorporated
SB444 Historic rehabilitation tax credit; certain income under federal law is not income for State tax. signed by governor
SB445 Protective orders, permanent; provides circuit court jurisdiction to hear petitions to modify. signed by governor
SB446 Bipartisan Redistricting Commission; created. dead
SB447 Charter; Town of Middleburg. enacted
SB448 Child abuse; increases reporting period by health care providers on substance exposed infants. signed by governor
SB449 Soccer goals, movable; Board of Housing & Community Development to develop guidelines for anchoring. in committee
SB450 Chemotherapy; requirements for orally administered cancer drugs. signed by governor
SB451 Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act; regulation of medical assistance. signed by governor
SB452 Charitable gaming; authorizes network bingo. dead
SB453 Charter; City of Winchester. signed by governor
SB454 Handicapped parking; allows localities by ordinance to grant free parking. signed by governor
SB455 Congressional districts; changes in boundaries. dead
SB456 School calendar; allows local school boards to determine opening date date. incorporated
SB457 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year. in committee
SB458 Suicidal students; higher educational institutions shall develop policies addressing. signed by governor
SB459 Strangulation of another; penalty. signed by governor
SB460 Immigration query at arrest; law-enforcement officer to determine status after legal stop, etc. dead
SB461 Sexually violent predators; conducting probable cause hearing. signed by governor
SB462 Income tax, state; conformity with federal law. signed by governor
SB463 Income tax, state; advances conformity with federal law. signed by governor
SB464 Hunting; allows person to hunt wild bird or wild animal on Sundays, exceptions. dead
SB465 General registrars; shall serve on a full-time basis. dead
SB466 Menhaden management; authorizes Marine Resources Commission to adopt certain regulations. dead
SB467 Smoking; prohibition on public school grounds and public school administration building. dead
SB468 Virginia Indoor Clean Air Act; smoking in certain public buildings prohibited, penalty. dead
SB469 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; comprehensive agreements. in committee
SB470 Sportfishing licenses, special combined; costs. signed by governor
SB471 Physical education; Board of Education to promulgate regulations governing programs in schools. vetoed by governor
SB472 Common Interest Community Board; authorized to terminate inactive condominium, etc., registrations. signed by governor
SB473 Fort Monroe Authority Act; declaration of policy, Governor to approve Fort Monroe Master Plan. signed by governor
SB474 Freedom of Information Act; exemption for cell phone numbers for EMS personnel and firefighters. incorporated
SB475 College partnership laboratory schools; development of programs with public school divisions. signed by governor
SB476 Confidential juvenile records; sharing with state and local correctional facilities, confidential. signed by governor
SB477 Dangerous wild animals; Class 1 misdemeanor to privately possess, sell, transfer, etc. dead
SB478 Charter; City of Portsmouth. signed by governor
SB479 Weighing of vehicles; exempts those owned or leased by City of Suffolk. dead
SB480 Senate Districts; technical adjustments in boundaries in Isle of Wight County. stricken
SB481 Vehicle odometers; increases penalty for tampering. signed by governor
SB482 Asbestos, Lead, Mold, and Home Inspectors, Virginia Board for; examination for disciplinary actions. dead
SB483 Asbestos workers; reporting violations, penalties for noncompliance. dead
SB484 Abortion; ultrasound required at least 24 hours prior to undergoing procedure. passed house
SB485 Alternative Fuel Vehicle Conversion Fund; established. signed by governor
SB486 Prisoners; harassment by use of computer, penalty. dead
SB487 Certificate of public need program; annual report. signed by governor
SB488 Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; created, report. incorporated
SB489 Secondary school graduation requirements; diplomas. signed by governor
SB490 Senate Districts; technical adjustment in boundaries. incorporated
SB491 Senate Districts; technical adjustments in boundaries in City of Richmond. incorporated
SB492 Renewable energy; expands definition. signed by governor
SB493 Electric and natural gas utilities; energy efficiency programs. signed by governor
SB494 Wastewater treatment facilities; Virginia Public Building Authority to issue an additional bond. dead
SB495 Wireless E-911 Fund; distribution of funds on monthly basis to public safety answering point. signed by governor
SB496 Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; created, report. dead
SB497 Virginia Retirement System; local government and school board employees, contributions. signed by governor
SB498 Retirement System; hybrid retirement program created, optional defined retirement plan created, etc. signed by governor
SB499 Health plan, state; makes changes to appeals process for complaints. signed by governor
SB500 Interstate highway, etc.; fines and fees for violations of laws. dead
SB501 Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program; under authority of Criminal Justice Services Board. in committee
SB502 Motor vehicle emissions inspections; privatizes services now provided by DEQ, etc. signed by governor
SB503 Motor vehicle fuels sales tax; transfers administration and collection to DMV. enacted
SB504 Air quality, water quality or solid waste permits; facilities upgrading and requiring new permit. signed by governor
SB505 Combined heat and power facilities; incentives. dead
SB506 Defined contribution retirement plan; permits any locality or school board to establish. stricken
SB507 Real Estate Appraiser Board; shall develop continuing education curriculum for licensees, report. signed by governor
SB508 Tuition, in-state; members of Virginia National Guard. dead
SB509 State Water Control Board; powers and duties. stricken
SB510 Primary elections; allows write-in votes. stricken
SB511 Natural gas utilities; qualified projects. signed by governor
SB512 Hunting; allows person to hunt wild bird or wild animal on Sundays. incorporated
SB513 Career and technical education; substitution for required credits. stricken
SB514 High school accreditation; Board of Education to adopt regulation adjusting formula for calculating. signed by governor
SB515 Alcoholic beverage control; no retail licensee shall employ as manager any unauthorized alien. signed by governor
SB516 Motor vehicle insurance; medical expense benefits, assignments. dead
SB517 Nursing education programs; requires Board of Nursing to implement certain due process requirements. signed by governor
SB518 Mandated health insurance; not applicable if exceed essential benefits package. dead
SB519 Consumer utility tax; exemption for public utilities, etc. on natural gas used to make electricity. signed by governor
SB520 Property and casualty insurance; provides for SCC licensing and regulation of public adjusters. passed
SB521 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage license for certain motor sports facilities. signed by governor
SB522 Group health insurance; small employer is one who employs between 2 and 50 employees. stricken
SB523 Minority Business Enterprise, Department of; certification of employment services organizations. signed by governor
SB524 Certificate of public need; establishing psychiatric service and addition of inpatient beds. dead
SB525 Virginia Public Procurement Act; preference for local products and firms. in subcommittee
SB526 Virginia Public Procurement Act; permissive contract provisions for localities. in subcommittee
SB527 Virginia Personnel Act; hiring preference in state employment for members of National Guard. signed by governor
SB528 Hunting and fishing license, special; permanently disabled veteran to apply and receive at no cost. signed by governor
SB529 Real estate tax; exemption for disabled veterans. incorporated
SB530 Colleges, etc., projects, certain; required to hold at least one public hearing before undertaking. signed by governor
SB531 Northern Virginia Transportation District; responsibilities of Transportation Board. signed by governor
SB532 Insurance, Bureau of; maintenance assessment. signed by governor
SB533 Virginia Petroleum Products Franchise Act; revises requirements for operation of retail outlets. signed by governor
SB534 Tangible personal property; volunteer deputy sheriffs. signed by governor
SB535 Capital outlay plan; projects to be funded from general fund-supported resources. dead
SB536 Absentee voting; unused, lost, and defaced ballots. signed by governor
SB537 Elections; requires observers to respect area around voters and secrecy of ballot. signed by governor
SB538 Presidential primary; allows a voter to vote uncommitted. dead
SB539 Forward energy pricing; authorizes any public body to use mechanisms for budget risk reduction. signed by governor
SB540 Real estate tax; exemption for disabled veterans. signed by governor
SB541 Auxiliary police forces; Department of Criminal Justice Services to establish training requirements. signed by governor
SB542 Health insurance coverage for autism spectrum disorder; deletes certain requirements for analysts. stricken
SB543 Surgery; definition and who may perform. signed by governor
SB544 Mammograms; information on breast density. signed by governor
SB545 Charter; Town of Glen Lyn. signed by governor
SB546 Industrial development authorities; allows Roanoke County and City of Norfolk to expand board. signed by governor
SB547 Assault and battery; adds prison contractor to class of people victimized in prisons, penalty. dead
SB548 Property conveyance; DGS to convey to County of Accomack certain real property. passed committee
SB549 Machinery and Tools Investment Grant Program; created. dead
SB550 Oyster beds; adjustment of boundaries on Eastern Shore. dead
SB551 Real estate tax; counties may establish discount for early payment or payment in full. signed by governor
SB552 Eligibilty for TANF; drug-related felonies. dead
SB553 School divisions, local; may use unexpended state funds to provide one-time bonus to teachers. dead
SB554 Firearms; possession within residence of victim by persons subject to protective orders. dead
SB555 Parental rights; procedure for restoration. dead
SB556 Pawnbrokers; holding period for any pawn or pledge item is minimum of 30 days plus grace period. signed by governor
SB557 Assistive Technology Loan Fund Authority; approval of loan applications. signed by governor
SB558 Forfeited drug assets; redirection of assets to construction of Public Safety Memorial. signed by governor
SB559 State forest lands; special use permits. signed by governor
SB560 Sanitary districts; authorizes board of supervisors to construct and maintain dams within district. signed by governor
SB561 Garnishment, previous; allows costs incurred by judgment creditor are chargeable to judgment debtor. signed by governor
SB562 Transient occupancy tax; adds Campbell County to list authorized to impose. signed by governor
SB563 Concealed handgun permit; alters certain application procedures to obtain. signed by governor
SB564 Home instruction of children; limits required description of curriculum. signed by governor
SB565 Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act; administration of election laws for military voters. signed by governor
SB566 Elections; administrative matters and duties of electoral board and general registrar. signed by governor
SB567 Low-income and student toll tax credit; established. dead
SB568 Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan; coverage for certain children and pregnant women. signed by governor
SB569 Child-placing agencies; prohibits DSS from contracting or funding those agencies that discriminate. in subcommittee
SB570 Circuit court judges; increases number in Tenth Judicial Circuit. dead
SB571 Camping grounds; competition with private businesses. in committee
SB572 Virginia Public Procurement Act; preference for local businesses. in subcommittee
SB573 Capitol Police; disposal of unclaimed firearms. signed by governor
SB574 Forfeited drug assets; redirection of assets to construction of Public Safety Memorial. incorporated
SB575 Alcoholic beverage control; transfers of wine or beer. in committee
SB576 Workers' compensation; uninsured employer's fund financing tax. signed by governor
SB577 VWC; majority of members constitutes a quorum for purposes of exercising functions of Commission. signed by governor
SB578 Virginia Port Authority; amends several provisions governing conduct of business. signed by governor
SB579 Commonwealth Innovation Investment Fund; created. passed committee
SB580 Virtual programs; state funding. incorporated
SB581 Fairfax County school board; staggered elections. dead
SB582 Net energy metering; SCC shall approve utility's proposed standby charge methodology. dead
SB583 Circuit court hearing; termination of juvenile court jurisdiction. dead
SB584 Kinesiotherapists; licensure required. dead
SB585 Psychiatric hospital admissions; local inmates. dead
SB586 Felonies by prisoners; penalties. dead
SB587 License plates, special; changes those promoting tourism on Virginia's Eastern Shore. dead
SB588 Town of Onancock; liens for water charges. signed by governor
SB589 Virginia Public Procurement Act; resident employment and apprenticeship participation. in subcommittee
SB590 Bristol Virginia Utilities (BVU) Authority; purchase of private cable system. stricken
SB591 MEWA; increases number of residents employed at bank who may receive accident & sickness benefits. signed by governor
SB592 Tramadol; added to list of Schedule IV controlled substances. dead
SB593 Back of Dragon; designates portion of Route 16 in Tazewell and Smyth Counties. signed by governor
SB594 Towns; allowed to acquire land, not by condemnation, within their boundaries or 3 miles outside. signed by governor
SB595 Railroad grade crossings; vehicles who are required to stop for trains. signed by governor
SB596 Assisted living facilities and adult foster care homes; may accept third-party payments. signed by governor
SB597 Retail Sales and Use Tax; presumption of sufficient activity to require dealer to register. signed by governor
SB598 Virtual school program; Standards of Quality per pupil funding transferred from school division. dead
SB599 Virginia College Savings Plan; JLARC to oversee and evaluate, report. signed by governor
SB600 Senate Districts; technical adjustment in boundaries in Culpeper County. in committee
SB601 Public procurement; requirement that American iron, steel, etc., be used in public works projects. passed committee
SB602 Charter; Town of West Point. signed by governor
SB603 Driver's licenses; allows suspension of or refusal to renew of prisoners who do not pay fees. signed by governor
SB604 Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of brewery licensees. signed by governor
SB605 Tuition, in-state; military personnel eligibility. dead
SB606 Genetically-engineered food; requirement to be labeled; penalty. in committee
SB607 Retail Sales and Use Tax; distribution of revenue collected in certain public facilities. signed by governor
SB608 Charter; Town of Gate City. signed by governor
SB609 Coalfield employment enhancement tax credit; extends sunset date. signed by governor
SB610 Agricultural animals; regulation of care and handling. dead
SB611 Prefiled legislation; electronic signature may be used. signed by governor
SB612 Criminal history record information check; transfer of rifles and shotguns. dead
SB613 Candidate petitions for primaries and general elections; requirements for petition circulators. signed by governor
SB614 Local sales tax distribution; correction of erroneous payments. signed by governor
SB615 Health Benefit Exchange Authority; created, report. in subcommittee
SB616 Coalfield employment enhancement tax credit; eliminates sunset date. incorporated
SB617 Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center; adds King College to Board of Trustees. dead
SB618 Domestic tobacco; incentive payments for use by nonparticipating manufacturers. stricken
SB619 Commonwealth Tolling Assistance Program; established. dead
SB620 Federal Government Contractor Grant Fund and Program; created & established for certain businesses. dead
SB621 State-owned buildings; DGS to establish program requiring energy efficiency data. dead
SB622 Child abuse; mandatory reporting, penalty. incorporated
SB623 Higher educational institutions; mental health treatment coordination. dead
SB624 Higher educational institutions; required to notify parents that student may be suicidal. dead
SB625 Garnishment; venue, garnishment without judgement debtor's social security number. signed by governor
SB626 Urinating in public; penalty. in committee
SB627 Solar panels; restrictions by community associations. vetoed by governor
SB628 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; limitation on certain contracts and leases by declarant. signed by governor
SB629 Sanitation districts; commission expenses. vetoed by governor
SB630 Appeals, Court of; abolishes Court effective October 1, 2012. in committee
SB631 Motor fuels tax; required to be indexed starting January 1 of year preceeding affected year. passed committee
SB632 Wireless E-911 Fund; distribution of funds. signed by governor
SB633 Bicycles; makes hitherto local-option bicycle helmet law applicable statewide. dead
SB634 Impaired health care providers; amends definition of impairment. dead
SB635 Senate Districts; technical adjustments in boundaries. dead
SB636 Senate Districts; technical adjustments in boundaries. stricken
SB637 Virginia Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act; created, penalty. dead
SB638 Cemeteries; allocation of perpetual care trust fund. signed by governor
SB639 Transportation; provides revenues for construction, maintenance, and funding. signed by governor
SB640 Capital improvements; no locality shall approve project involving locality's courthouse, etc. dead
SB641 Air pollution; regulating emissions resulting from use of outdoor wood-burning heaters. dead
SB642 Retail Sales and Use Tax; amends definition of retail sale to include lottery tickets. dead
SB643 Health information; Department of Health to establish work group to examine needs related to reform. incorporated
SB644 Foreclosure counseling pilot program; established in Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park, etc. dead
SB645 Alcoholic beverage control; prohibited practice by retail wine and beer licensees, penalty. dead
SB646 Life insurance benefits; providing additional benefits incidental to a loss in event of death, etc. signed by governor
SB647 Child-placing agencies; prohibits DSS from contracting or funding those agencies that discriminate. in subcommittee
SB648 Firearms; carrying while under influence of alcohol or drugs in a public place, penalty. dead
SB649 Haynesworth, Thomas Edward; awarded 27 years of creditable service in Virginia Retirement System. incorporated
SB650 Hospitals and physicians; processing health insurance claims. dead
SB651 Women-owned and minority-owned businesses; enhancement measures. dead
SB652 Cable television systems and cooperatives; negotiate in good faith to resolve certain issues. signed by governor
SB653 Condemnation; proceedings generally. signed by governor
SB654 Claims-made liability insurance policies; notice of potential claim. stricken
SB655 Compensation for wrongful incarceration; eliminates 20-year maximum for calculating. signed by governor
SB656 Public schools; possession and administration of auto-injectable epinephrine. signed by governor
SB657 Boarding or riding transportation district train with fraudulent ticket; penalty. signed by governor
SB658 License tax, local; ordinances for severance oil, coal, or gas from earth, report. signed by governor
SB659 Medicaid; DMAS to develop and implement long-term care system. dead
SB660 Vital records; records of public information shall be turned over to Library of Va. for safekeeping. signed by governor
SB661 Shenandoah; designating as official state song. dead
SB662 Waterworks & Wastewater Works Operators & Onsite Sewage System Professionals, Board for; licensure. signed by governor
SB663 Voter identification requirements; concealed handgun permits as acceptable form of identification. signed by governor
SB664 Legal notices; allows localities to meet notice requirements by utilizing their websites, etc. dead
SB665 Standards of Learning; method of administration. dead
SB666 Fines and fees; disposition of fines in traffic cases. dead
SB667 Child endangerment; relocated to Title 18.2, cruelty and injuries to children, penalty. dead
SB668 Sex offense; felony punishment for subsequent misdemeanor. dead
SB669 Voter registration records; general registrar to cancel registration of voter shown to be a felon. dead
SB670 Concealed handgun permit applications; removes option for locality to require fingerprints. incorporated
SB671 Retail sales and transient occupancy taxes; taxes on room rentals based upon charges for use, etc. dead
SB672 Hampton Roads Sanitation District; amends enabling act, etc. signed by governor
SB673 Income tax, state; deconforms State laws from provision of Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act. dead
SB674 Death by wrongful act; whenever fetal death, natural mother may bring an action against person, etc. signed by governor
SB675 Confederate Memorial Chapel; Governor to designate as an official state war memorial. in committee
SB676 Recycling survey; requires solid waste planning units and localities to submit report every 4 years. signed by governor
SB677 State Inspector General, Office of; performance review of state agencies. dead
SB678 Governor's reorganization of executive branch of state government. signed by governor
SB679 State mandates; eliminating on local and regional government entities relating to education, etc. signed by governor
SB680 Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credits; at least 40 percent of those served are impoverished. signed by governor
SB681 Income tax; definition. signed by governor
SB682 Humphries, Kevin W.; transfers his service pistol to his widow, Kristen P. Humphries. signed by governor
SB683 Tick control; Sunday hunting of deer and permits for application of acaricides in Loudoun County. dead
SB684 RS&UT; adds Cities of Winchester and Lynchburg to list of localities entitled to revenues. signed by governor
SB685 GPS tracking device; provides authority & protocol for law enforcement to apply for search warrant. signed by governor
SB686 Electronic titling program; allows DMV to establish for new motor vehicles. signed by governor
SB5001 Electric Utility Regulation, Commission on; postpones scheduled expiration date of existence. signed by governor
SJ1 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Elmon Taylor Gray, former member of the Senate of Virginia. dead
SJ2 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). dead
SJ3 Constitutional amendment; taking or damaging of private property for public use (second reference). passed
SJ4 Celebrating the life of Alvin York Bandy. passed house
SJ5 Constitutional amendment; contributions to defined benefit retirement plan maintained for employees. dead
SJ6 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). dead
SJ7 Commending Union Presbyterian Seminary on the occasion of its 200th anniversary. passed house
SJ8 Celebrating the life of retired Admiral Noel Arthur Meredyth Gayler, USN passed house
SJ9 Celebrating the life of Thomas Wilson Chadwick. passed house
SJ10 Celebrating the life of Jeffrey Martin Todd. passed house
SJ11 Celebrating the life of Carl David Silver. passed house
SJ12 Celebrating the life of Alice Clarke Lynch. passed house
SJ13 Sesquicentennial of Emancipation Proclamation; recognizing African American members. passed house
SJ14 Composite Index of Local Ability to Pay; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. dead
SJ15 Electronic identity credentials; JCOTS to study and determine possible liability concerns therewith. passed house
SJ16 Unemployment Compensation Act; Commission on Unemployment Compensation to study federal Act. passed house
SJ17 Constitutional amendment; Board of Education authorized to establish charter schools. dead
SJ18 Commending the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center. passed house
SJ19 Community colleges; SCHEV to study offering selected baccalaureate degrees. stricken
SJ20 Commending Virginia R. Diamond. passed house
SJ21 Cigarette trafficking, illegal; Virginia State Crime Commission to study practice thereof. passed house
SJ22 Celebrating the life of Austin L. Roberts III. passed house
SJ23 Celebrating the life of Robert Alfred Heinz. passed house
SJ24 Celebrating the life of Paul Benjamin Ferrara. passed house
SJ25 Constitutional amendment; right to work (first reference). dead
SJ26 Celebrating the life of Walter Clarence VanHook. passed house
SJ27 Celebrating the life of Rudolph Bernard Brown, Sr. passed house
SJ28 Commending Joyce Gilliam Brown. passed house
SJ29 Celebrating the life of Francis U. Askew. passed house
SJ30 Celebrating the life of Thelma Ferguson Harrison. passed house
SJ31 Commending the Honorable Peter G. Decker, Jr. passed house
SJ32 Celebrating the life of Reginal Clyde Church. passed house
SJ33 Commending Clarence E. Holmes, Jr. passed house
SJ34 Celebrating the life of Clarence Emmel Bunch. passed house
SJ35 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of nonviolent felonies. dead
SJ36 Commending Captain Cathy Ann Harrison. passed house
SJ37 Celebrating the life of Stephen Hartwell. passed house
SJ38 Celebrating the life of John Edward Byrne. passed house
SJ39 Commending the Cople Elementary School Future Problem Solving Team. passed house
SJ40 Celebrating the life of Ronald Dare Hundley. passed house
SJ41 Commending Billy Sydnor. passed house
SJ42 Celebrating the life of J. Clifford Hutt. passed house
SJ43 Celebrating the life of Adam Maynard Bowen. passed house
SJ44 Constitutional amendment; maximum lawful rate of interest (first reference). dead
SJ45 Property owners, low-income; JLARC to study real property tax relief. dead
SJ46 Peninsula Fine Arts Center; commemorating its 50th anniversary. passed house
SJ47 Commending the Hampton Roads Case Management Society. passed house
SJ48 Virginia Retirement System; JLARC to study system for determining eligibility for disability claims. dead
SJ49 Retirement Communities, Continuing Care; Virginia Housing Commission to study. stricken
SJ50 Dental disease, untreated; Joint Commission on Health Care to study fiscal impact to State. dead
SJ51 Celebrating the life of C. Ann Sprouse. passed house
SJ52 High capacity transit; Transportation Board to make priority for funding by State. in committee
SJ53 Elderly and incapacitated adults; Crime Commission to study ways to prevent, etc., exploitation. stricken
SJ54 Celebrating the life of Cynthia Bentley Collings Andrews. passed house
SJ55 Celebrating the life of Ronald Anthony Campana. passed house
SJ56 Commending Garretts Grocery. passed house
SJ57 Property owners, low-income; JLARC to study real property tax relief. dead
SJ58 Shaken Baby Syndrome Awareness Week. passed house
SJ59 Commending the Montford Point Marine Association Tidewater, Virginia Chapter #14. passed house
SJ60 Celebrating the life of Royzell L. Dillard. passed house
SJ61 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. William James Marshall. passed house
SJ62 Commending the Phoebus High School football team. passed house
SJ63 Celebrating the life of Shirley Ann Martin. passed house
SJ64 Offender classification; Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission to study. dead
SJ65 Vital records; JLARC to study feasibility of automation indexing. stricken
SJ66 Governor's Executive Reorganization Plan; approval by each house of General Assembly. passed house
SJ67 Constitutional amendment; taking or damaging of private property for public use (second reference). incorporated
SJ68 Virginia Department of Transportation; JLARC to study efficiency of Department. stricken
SJ69 Judges; Virginia State Crime Commission to study mandatory retirement age. dead
SJ70 Constitutional amendment; establishes Virginia Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
SJ71 Foreclosure procedures; Virginia Housing Commission to study. dead
SJ72 Commending the Tidewater Chapter of the PKD Foundation. passed house
SJ73 Appalachian Cherokee Nation of Virginia; recognizes existence within State, etc. dead
SJ74 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for surviving spouse of disabled veterans. dead
SJ75 Atlantic Menhaden; Marine Resources Commission to study management plan requirements. stricken
SJ76 Flooding; Institute of Marine Science to study strategies to prevent recurrent flooding. passed house
SJ77 Commending the Coastal Virginia Wildlife Observatory. passed house
SJ78 Celebrating the life of Richard Fuller Hall, Jr. passed house
SJ79 Celebrating the life of Thomas R. Pellegrino, M.D. passed house
SJ80 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Charles F. Mapp. passed house
SJ81 Celebrating the life of Bruce Samuel Paone. passed house
SJ82 Commending the 2012 inductees into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame. passed house
SJ83 Celebrating the life of Willie Alice Crowell Ferguson. passed house
SJ84 Celebrating the life of Helen Pope Shropshire. passed house
SJ85 Income tax, corporate; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study phase-out of tax. dead
SJ86 Machinery and tools, local; TAX to study impact of income tax credit for taxes paid by manufacturer. stricken
SJ87 Manufacturing sector; JLARC to study measures to eliminate disparity of tax burden on State. stricken
SJ88 Constitutional amendment; right to a secret ballot (first reference). dead
SJ89 Virginia General Assembly; recognizing African American members elected during Reconstruction. incorporated
SJ90 Juvenile facilities, secure; JLARC to study excess capacity. dead
SJ91 U.S. Constitution; application to Congress to call constitutional convention. dead
SJ92 Medicaid; JLARC to study payment policies for hospitals, nursing home, etc., on access to services. passed house
SJ93 Solitary confinement; JLARC to study uses including segregation, isolation, etc., by DOC. dead
SJ94 Celebrating the life of Michael D. Salster. passed house
SJ95 Commending Pastor Victor Torres. passed house
SJ96 ICPRB; joint subcommittee to study State's withdrawal & effects upon source of drinking water, etc. dead
SJ97 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ98 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ99 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ100 Commending the Reverend Dr. Kenny Smith, Sr. passed house
SJ101 Celebrating the life of Carol Ann Orndorff. passed house
SJ102 Celebrating the life of Simone Savia. passed house
SJ103 Celebrating the life of Sybil Moore Walker. passed house
SJ104 Commending MillerCoors. passed house
SJ105 Commending the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station. passed house
SJ106 Commending Tucker Pavilion. passed house
SJ107 Commending Surry County. passed house
SJ108 Celebrating the life of Peter Davis Coe. passed house
SJ109 Celebrating the life of William Francis Rountree, Jr. passed house
SJ110 Celebrating the life of Carolyn Bond Coleman. passed house
SJ111 Commending Tony and Monica Brothers. passed house
SJ112 Celebrating the life of Francis Snead Ferguson. passed house
SJ113 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Elmon T. Gray. dead
SJ114 Commending the Virginia Wine Industry on the occasion of its 250th anniversary. passed house
SJ115 Celebrating the life of Orlin L. Oatman. passed house
SJ116 Celebrating the life of Richard Paul Kern. passed house
SJ117 Constitutional amendment; taking or damaging of private property for public use (second reference). incorporated
SJ118 Celebrating the life of James Frederick Flint. passed house
SJ119 Commending Girl Scouts of the United States of America. passed house
SJ120 Commending the First Colonial High School field hockey team. passed house
SJ121 Commending Christian Stewardship Ministries on the occasion of its 30th anniversary. passed house
SJ122 Celebrating the life of Patrick A. Rodio. passed house
SJ123 Commending the Bath County High School volleyball team. passed house
SJ124 Celebrating the life of John C. Holland, Jr. passed house
SJ125 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ126 Commending Dr. Linwood H. Rose. passed house
SJ127 Employment First practices; SHHR, et al., to adopt, etc., in providing service to certain persons. passed house
SJ128 Commending Staunton Steam Laundry. passed house
SJ129 Breast Cancer Awareness Day; designating as February 14, 2012. passed house
SJ130 United States Constitution; General Assembly of Va. to ratify and affirm Equal Rights Amendment. dead
SJ131 Abraham Lincoln Day; designating as February 12, 2012 and each succeeding year thereafter. dead
SJ132 Celebrating the life of Clarence Wendall Famer. passed house
SJ133 Celebrating the life of Deriek Wayne Crouse. passed house
SJ134 Commending Karen Dickerson. passed house
SJ135 Commending Norfolk State University on hosting Sesquicentennial of Civil War Conference. passed house
SJ136 Commending the Norfolk State University football team. passed house
SJ137 Commending the Norfolk State University mens cross country team. passed house
SJ138 Commending Jennifer Ruley. passed house
SJ139 Commending Jon Fried. passed house
SJ140 Celebrating the life of Daniel B. Fleming, Jr. passed house
SJ141 Commending the Virginia State Police on the occasion of its 80th anniversary. passed house
SJ142 Celebrating the life of Kenneth Vincent Geroe. passed house
SJ143 Celebrating the life of Dr. James E. Etheridge, Jr. passed house
SJ144 Celebrating the life of William Alfred Smith. passed house
SJ145 Commending Charles J. Colgan, Jr. passed house
SJ146 Commending the work of the Fort Monroe Authority, Citizens for a Fort Monroe National Park, Hampton passed house
SJ147 Commending Grace Anne Braxton. passed house
SJ148 Commending Roy Gordon. passed house
SJ149 Commending Daniel Certa. passed house
SJ150 Celebrating the life of Virginius Harding Nusbaum, Jr. passed house
SJ151 Celebrating the life of Herbert William Fink, M.D. passed house
SJ152 Celebrating the life of Bernard Jaffe. passed house
SJ153 Commending David Curtin. passed house
SJ154 Commending Elizabeth Klein. passed house
SJ155 Celebrating the life of Russell V. Palmore, Jr. passed house
SJ156 Commending the McLean Project for the Arts. passed house
SJ157 Commending Rose Pleskow. passed house
SJ158 Commending Joey Layton. passed house
SJ159 Commending the West Potomac High School dance team. passed house
SJ160 Celebrating the life of United States Army Specialist Douglas J. Green. passed house
SJ161 Celebrating the life of James Warren Geurin. passed house
SJ162 Commending John Henry Anderson Smith IV. passed house
SJ163 Commending Clyde W. Bowling. passed house
SJ164 Commending the Whitetop Mountain Band. passed house
SJ165 Commending Dr. Alan Merten. passed house
SJ166 Celebrating the life of Benjamin Frank Boyd. passed house
SJ167 Commending the Great Bridge High School baseball team. passed house
SJ168 Celebrating the life of Waverly Manson Cole, M.D. passed house
SJ169 Commending Leland M. Nye. passed house
SJ170 Commending Glen Wood. passed house
SJ171 Commending Julie Ball. passed house
SJ172 Celebrating the life of Peter George Decker, Jr. passed house
SJ173 Celebrating the life of Francis Nelson Crenshaw. passed house
SJ174 Commending Toby Owens. passed house
SJ175 Commending Robert F. Lederer. passed house
SJ176 Commending Graceful Spaces. passed house
SJ177 Commending Wee Play. passed house
SJ178 Commending Janet and Vade Bolton. passed house
SJ179 Celebrating the life of Rachel Guerrero Ayoub. passed house
SJ180 Commending Richmond International Raceway on the occasion of its 60th anniversary of operation. passed house
SJ181 Commending the Sinomlando Centre for Oral History and Memory Work. passed house
SJ182 Commending Vanessa Reese Crawford, Sheriff of the City of Petersburg. passed house
SJ183 Celebrating the life of Reverend Dr. Robert Louis Taylor. passed house
SJ184 Commending Virginia Advanced Study Strategies, Inc. passed house
SJ185 Celebrating the life of John Martin Couric. passed house
SJ186 Commending Timothy A. Rudy. passed house
SJ187 Celebrating the life of Bishop Barnett Karl Thoroughgood. passed house
SJ188 Commending Donnie Keene. passed house
SJ189 Celebrating the life of Charles Curtis Grindstaff. passed house
SJ190 Commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Reverend John Jasper. passed house
SJ191 Celebrating the life of Steve Appleton. passed house
SJ192 Commending George Mason University. passed house
SJ193 Celebrating the life of Kathleen Nunn Walker. passed house
SJ194 Commending Officer Candidate Joshua Moore and Midshipman Jason Benning. passed house
SJ195 Commending the Hampton-Newport News Community Services Board. passed house
SJ196 Celebrating the life of George T. Keller, Jr. passed house
SJ197 Celebrating the life of William Andrew Patton. passed house
SJ198 Celebrating the life of Michael A. Bucci. passed house
SJ199 Commemorating the centennial of the Carroll County Courthouse tragedy. passed house
SJ200 Commending the Gar-Field High School boys basketball team. passed house
SJ201 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ202 Celebrating the life of Debra Chittum Cox. passed house
SJ203 Commending the Colonial Forge High School wrestling team. passed house
SJ204 Celebrating the life of Donald Wray Lewis, M.D. passed house
SJ205 Commending James C. Rees IV. passed house
SJ206 On the death of Charlotte Ann Wynn Pollard. passed house
SJ207 Celebrating the life of Andrea Lynch Lohr. passed house
SJ208 Celebrating the life of Cassandra Olson Scholte. passed house
SJ209 Commending the Town of Luray. passed house
SJ210 Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act. passed house
SJ211 Commending the Oscar Smith High School football team. passed house
SJ212 Commending the Charlotte County Dixie Youth Baseball Majors team. passed house
SJ213 Celebrating the life of Robert Williams Daniel, Jr. passed house
SJ214 Celebrating the life of Edward James McPherson. passed house
SJ215 Celebrating the life of Reverend Heslip Malbert Lee. passed house
SJ216 Commending Washington Dulles International Airport. passed house
SJ217 Celebrating the life of Patricia Anne Zimmerman. passed house
SJ218 Celebrating the life of John Boyd Noftsinger, Jr., Ed.D. passed house
SJ219 Commending the Page County High School baseball team. passed house
SJ220 Celebrating the life of Donald Douglas Litten. passed house
SJ221 Commending the Sunnyside Presbyterian Retirement Home. passed house
SJ222 Commending the East Rockingham High School girls tennis team. passed house
SJ223 Celebrating the life of J. Curtis Fruit. passed house
SJ224 Celebrating the life of Willie Junius Bradley, Jr. passed house
SJ225 Celebrating the life of Robert McCraw Gilbert, Jr. passed house
SJ226 Celebrating the life of Captain Michael M. Quin. passed house
SJ227 Commending Jerry Cutright. passed house
SJ228 Celebrating the life of Louisa County Sheriffs Office K-9 Unit Bloodhound Maggie. passed house
SJ229 Celebrating the life of Henry Thomas Grindstaff. passed house
SJ230 Celebrating the life of Judith Lee Utterback Lowe. passed house
SJ231 Commending the Alexandria Library on the occasion of its 75th anniversary as a public library. passed house
SJ232 Commending Polaris Project. passed house
SJ233 General Assembly; change of date for completion of first conference on revenue bills. passed senate
SJ234 Celebrating the life of Mary Ann Weirich Benedett. passed house
SJ235 Commending Willie F. Bailey. passed house
SJ236 Celebrating the life of Wallace T. McKeel. passed house
SJ237 Commending the Grundy High School wrestling team. passed house
SJ238 Commending Allison R. Lineberry. passed house
SJ239 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Elmon Taylor Gray. passed house
SJ240 Commending Inova Loudoun Hospital. passed house
SJ241 Commending Moses Eugene Malone passed house
SJ242 Celebrating the life of Larry J. Saunders. passed house
SJ243 Celebrating the life of Susie Beatrice Nickens James. passed house
SJ244 Celebrating the life of Randolph Cooper Kendall, Jr. passed house
SJ245 Commending Harold J. Haughton, Sr. passed house
SJ246 Commending the Petersburg High School Crimson Wave boys basketball team. passed house
SJ247 Celebrating the life of Stafford Alvin Flowers. passed house
SJ248 Celebrating the life of Dr. Samuel Alfred Madden, Sr. passed house
SJ249 Commending the Reverend Dr. Andrew J. White, Sr. passed house
SJ250 Commending Opal R. Hall. passed house
SJ251 Celebrating the life of Colonel Van T. Barfoot. passed house
SJ252 Commending the Fairfax Police Youth Club. passed house
SJ253 Commending Steven G. Bowman. passed house
SJ5001 Commending George Robert Hamlet. passed house
SJ5002 Commending the Brunswick High School boys basketball team. passed house
SJ5003 Commending the Literacy Council of Northern Virginia. passed house
SJ5004 Commending the Virginia Commonwealth University 2011-2012 men's basketball team. passed house
SJ5005 Celebrating the life of Robert Nelson Fishburn. passed house
SJ5006 Celebrating the life of Richard Lee Lawrence. passed house
SJ5007 Celebrating the life of Charles Steven Martin. passed house
SJ5008 Celebrating the life of Urban O. Cleek. passed house
SJ5009 Commending Naval Air Station Oceana. passed house
SJ5010 Celebrating the life of Susan Bentley Joseph. passed house
SR1 Rules of Senate; establishing, previous provisions superseded. passed senate
SR2 2012 Operating Resolution. passed senate
SR3 Commending Patricia J. Lung. passed senate
SR4 Commending Gwendolyn F. Bailey. passed senate
SR5 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed senate
SR6 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. dead
SR7 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. dead
SR8 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed senate
SR9 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nomination for election of member. passed senate
SR10 State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed senate
SR11 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed senate
SR12 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed senate
SR13 Judge; nomination for election to circuit court. dead
SR14 Judge; nomination for election to general district court. dead
SR15 Commending Hadassah, the Womens Zionist Organization of America, Inc. passed senate
SR16 Celebrating the life of Colonel William Howard Dabney, USMC (Ret.). passed senate
SR17 Religious freedom; supporting those suffering religious persecution and discrimination. dead
SR18 Commending Nathan Hatfield. passed senate
SR19 Commending Michael P. Adams. passed senate
SR20 Celebrating the life of Amarria Denise Johnson. passed senate
SR501 2012 Special Session I operating resolution. passed senate
SR502 Celebrating the life of Thomas Llewellyn Bricken. passed senate
SR503 Commending the King George High School Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps rifle team. passed senate
SR504 Celebrating the life of Carlos F. Wilson. passed senate
SR505 Commending Guss Hot Dog King. passed senate
SR506 Commending the Paul VI Catholic High School boys basketball team. passed senate
SR507 Celebrating the life of Lehman H. Young, Sr. passed senate
SR508 Commending the City of Alexandrias observance of the Days of Remembrance. passed senate
SR509 Commending Mount Zion Baptist Church. passed senate
SR510 Commending First Mount Zion Baptist Church. passed senate
SR511 Celebrating the life of Dr. John Earle Petersen. passed senate
SR512 Celebrating the life of Harold Shipp Whitehurst. passed senate
SR513 Senate Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming nominations. passed committee
SR514 Commending William E. Echelberger, Jr. passed senate
SR515 Commending the 2011 Stafford Babe Ruth 15U Baseball All-Star team. passed senate
SR516 Commending the 2011 Stafford Babe Ruth 14U Softball All-Star team. passed senate
SR517 Commending the James Madison High School band program. passed senate
SR518 Judge; nomination for election to Court of Appeals of Virginia. passed senate
SR519 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed senate
SR520 Nominating persons to be elected to juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeships. passed senate
SR521 Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed senate
SR522 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed senate
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