2016 Bills

3,286 bills found.

# Title Status
HB1 Interstate 66; tolls on existing components east of mile marker 67 prohibited. dead
HB2 Clean Power Plan; state implementation plan, General Assembly approval. vetoed by governor
HB3 Constitutional amendment; charter schools (submitting to qualified voters). dead
HB4 Constitutional amendment; right to work (submitting to qualified voters). signed by governor
HB5 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. dead
HB6 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; unlawful conversion of political contributions to personal use. in subcommittee
HB7 Sick leave; certain private employers to provide employees with paid benefits. dead
HB8 Virginia Virtual School; Board established. passed
HB9 Voter registration; required information on application form. vetoed by governor
HB10 Motorcycles; general illumination lights. signed by governor
HB11 Gift certificates; prohibited practices by merchant issuing certificate issued in the Commonwealth. dead
HB12 Concealed handgun permits, out-of-state; photo identification. incorporated
HB13 Primaries; reimbursement of cost to localities by proper political party committee. dead
HB14 Columbia, Town of; repealing charter for town. signed by governor
HB15 Personal property tax; classifications. signed by governor
HB16 Health insurance; payment for services by dentists and oral surgeons. signed by governor
HB17 Industrial waste and sewage sludge; disclosure of storage or land application on property. dead
HB18 Franchisees; status thereof and its employees as employees of the franchisor. passed
HB19 Ministers or other persons authorized to celebrate rites of matrimony; no oath required. passed
HB20 Peanuts; extends sunset provision to July 1, 2021, of excise tax on those grown and sold in Va. signed by governor
HB21 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain nonprofit veteran entities. dead
HB22 Income tax, state; sunset provision for tax credit for contributions to political candidates. signed by governor
HB23 Fuels tax; refunds of taxes to certain nonprofit entities. signed by governor
HB24 Charter; Town of South Hill. signed by governor
HB25 Firefighting equipment or emergency medical services vehicle; penalty for tampering with, etc. passed
HB26 Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria for drawing districts. dead
HB27 Local fiscal impact bills; first-day introduction. dead
HB28 Qualified equity and subordinated debt investments tax credit; sunset provision. dead
HB29 Budget Bill. passed
HB30 Budget Bill. passed
HB31 Automobile, commercial liability, and homeowners insurance policies; notices. signed by governor
HB32 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification. dead
HB33 Small businesses; parental leave tax credit. dead
HB34 Motor vehicle safety inspections; appointments. dead
HB35 Hate crimes; reporting to State Police. dead
HB36 Government courses at public high schools; civics portion of the U.S. Naturalization Test. passed
HB37 Towing motor vehicles; companion animals. dead
HB38 Civil immunity; forcible entry of motor vehicle to remove unattended companion animal. dead
HB39 Court reporters; indigent persons in a civil case. dead
HB40 Public safety answering points; deployment of text-to-9-1-1. in subcommittee
HB41 Thomas Jefferson Scenic Byway Loop; Virginia byway designation. passed
HB42 Spousal support awards; limit duration. dead
HB43 Abortion; removes requirement that a woman undergo ultrasound prior to procedure. dead
HB44 Workers' compensation; injuries or deaths presumed to be in course of employment. signed by governor
HB45 Payday loan offices and motor vehicle title loan offices; distance from casino facility. dead
HB46 School Readiness Committee; Secretary of Education, et al., shall establish, increases membership. passed
HB47 Mixed-Delivery Preschool Fund and Grant Program; established, report, sunset provision. passed
HB48 Forfeiture of property used in connection with the commission of crimes; finding of guilt required. passed committee
HB49 Right to keep & bear arms; codifies opinion of Supreme Court of U.S. in D.C. v. Heller. dead
HB50 Passing stopped school buses; mailing of summons to owner of vehicle. dead
HB51 Weapons other than handguns; purchase by certain officers. signed by governor
HB52 Structured Settlement Protection Act; amends Act so obligor and issuer may rely on court order. passed
HB53 Juvenile offenders; sentence modification procedure. dead
HB54 False representation of military status; stolen valor, penalty. incorporated
HB55 Health benefit plans; large and small employers. dead
HB56 Elections; absentee voting by persons age 70 or older. dead
HB57 Student attendance; withdrawal of students absent without excuse. dead
HB58 Health benefit plans; large and small employers. signed by governor
HB59 Certificate of public need; definition of medical care facility. dead
HB60 Income tax, state; subtraction for National Guard pay. in subcommittee
HB61 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; misdemeanor violations, penalty. dead
HB62 Milk production; exemptions from certain requirements. dead
HB63 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain nonprofit entities. signed by governor
HB64 Transmission of case papers to appellate court, etc.; acceptability of electronic case papers. passed
HB65 Bedford; references to the former city of Bedford. signed by governor
HB66 New Economy Workforce Credential Grant Fund & Program; established. signed by governor
HB67 Voter registration; automatic voter registration. dead
HB68 Elections; early voting. dead
HB69 Health insurance; credits for retired school division employees. dead
HB70 Warrants; issuance of arrest warrants against law-enforcement officers. vetoed by governor
HB71 Standards of Learning assessments; receipt and administration date. dead
HB72 Health benefit plans; large and small employers. dead
HB73 Driving while texting; fines. dead
HB74 Drug offenses, misdemeanor; expungement of records. dead
HB75 Reckless driving; right to appeal. in subcommittee
HB76 Concealed handguns; authorization and training for persons designated to carry on school property. dead
HB77 Sex or gender discrimination; applicable federal law. dead
HB78 Failure to drive on right side of highways or observe traffic lanes; penalties. dead
HB79 Concealed handguns; possession by full-time faculty members at higher educational institutions. dead
HB80 Property certified as tax exempt; effective date of tax exemption. signed by governor
HB81 Foster care records; retention and destruction. dead
HB82 Elections; changes definition of 'party' or 'political party.' dead
HB83 Federal firearms laws; enforcement. dead
HB84 Capital cases; sentencing defendant, jury instructions. dead
HB85 Cigarettes; levying of taxes by counties. dead
HB86 VIEW; pilot program for substance abuse screening and assessment. dead
HB87 Health Insurance Reform Commission; assessments of legislation. signed by governor
HB88 General registrars and members of electoral boards; annual training, office closures for training. signed by governor
HB89 Unmanned aircraft system; use during commission of a crime, penalty. dead
HB90 Virginia National Guard; possession of handguns by members at certain facilities. passed
HB91 Telephone systems within correctional facilities; commission payments. dead
HB92 Local taxes; interest on refunds. dead
HB93 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening day of school. dead
HB94 Abortion; informed written consent. dead
HB95 Income tax, corporate; addback for Captive REIT dividends. signed by governor
HB96 Problem-Solving Court Act; established, report. in subcommittee
HB97 Interstate 95; VDOT, et al., to evaluate traffic congestion in Stafford and Spotsylvania Counties. passed
HB98 License plates, special; issuance to family members of persons who have died in military service. passed
HB99 High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; certain vehicles use of HOT lanes on Interstate 395, exceptions. dead
HB100 Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older. dead
HB101 Elections; early voting by persons age 65 or older. dead
HB102 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses, penalty. passed committee
HB103 Consumer finance loans; caps maximum rate of interest. dead
HB104 Voting equipment; locking and sealing of voting and counting machines after election. enacted
HB105 Contests of election for certain elections; service of process. signed by governor
HB106 Charter; Town of Herndon. signed by governor
HB107 Restoration of civil right to vote; eligibility for persons convicted of nonviolent felonies. dead
HB108 Industrial development authorities; clarifies term industrial park. dead
HB109 Secondary state highway system; maintenance or improvement of components within county. dead
HB110 Income tax, state; deductions for H-1B visa employees. dead
HB111 Virginia National Guard; extends reemployment & nondiscrimination rights. signed by governor
HB112 Police and court records; expungement of certain offenses. dead
HB113 Retention of case records; electronic format. dead
HB114 Agritourism; notice posted on signs to read 'ATTENTION' rather than 'WARNING' at locations. signed by governor
HB115 Agriculture commodity funds; removes authority of General Assembly to disburse unexpended balances. signed by governor
HB116 Jury commissioners; reappointment. signed by governor
HB117 Boats or other watercraft; excess width permits for transporting vehicles. signed by governor
HB118 Urban county executive form of government; animal protection police officer. signed by governor
HB119 Virginia National Guard; possession of handguns by members. incorporated
HB120 Data centers, certain; income tax apportionment and sales and use tax exemption. dead
HB121 Data centers, certain; income tax apportionment and sales and use tax exemption. dead
HB122 Preservation of History of Formerly Enslaved African Americans in Va., Commission on; established. dead
HB123 Real estate loans; disclosure of terms of mortgage application. signed by governor
HB124 Mortgage lenders and mortgage brokers; licenses, reports. signed by governor
HB125 Mortgage loan originators; inactive licenses. signed by governor
HB126 Speed limits; establishes minimum speed of 45 miles per hour on interstate highways, etc. dead
HB127 Real property tax; exemption on residence of spouse of military service member killed in action. signed by governor
HB128 Weapons; possession prohibited in state legislative buildings, penalty. dead
HB129 Local government; publication of notices for charter changes, referenda, and public hearings, etc. in subcommittee
HB130 Limited liability companies; series. in committee
HB131 Students who receive home instruction; participation in interscholastic programs. vetoed by governor
HB132 Risk management plan; coverage for injury or death on state property, concealed handgun prohibition. dead
HB133 Risk management plan; coverage for injury/death on college property, concealed handgun prohibition. dead
HB134 Grass, weeds, and other foreign growth; cutting ordinances include overgrown shrubs, trees, etc. dead
HB135 In-state tuition charges; eligibility of members of state-recognized Virginia tribes. dead
HB136 Duck blinds; damaged stationary blinds in Virginia Beach, notification to DGIF. signed by governor
HB137 Feral hogs; employees of DGIF & federal agencies allowed to hunt or kill from aircraft, etc. signed by governor
HB138 Virginia Beach arena; extends an existing contingent sunset provision. signed by governor
HB139 Virginia Human Rights Act; pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, causes of action. dead
HB140 Weight limits; increases maximum gross weight of a motor vehicle eligible for an overload permit. dead
HB141 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; license plate readers. dead
HB142 Use of X-rays, etc.; search warrant required. dead
HB143 Alcoholic beverage control; neutral grain spirits or alcohol sold at government stores, proof. vetoed by governor
HB144 Indigenous Peoples Day; designating as fourth Wednesday in November and each succeeding year. stricken
HB145 Virginia Public Procurement Act; public works contracts, prevailing wage provisions. vetoed by governor
HB146 Jury commissioners; list of persons qualified to serve as jurors. dead
HB147 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; issuance of photo-identification cards. signed by governor
HB148 Real property tax assessment; changes date counties, cities, and towns are required to fix tax rate. passed
HB149 Concealed handgun permits; individuals on federal Terrorist Screening Database. dead
HB150 Menhaden fishery; VMRC to adopt regulations to implement Interstate Fishery Management Plan. dead
HB151 Purse nets; prohibits fishing for menhaden in certain waters. dead
HB152 Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; investigative authority. dead
HB153 Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; semiannual inspection of disclosures. dead
HB154 Conflicts of Interests Acts, State & Local Government and General Assembly; bundled gifts, penalty. dead
HB155 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; disclosure of tax credits, penalty. dead
HB156 Private animal shelter; a facility operates for purpose of finding permanent homes for animals. dead
HB157 Agriculture and Consumer Services, Department of; approval of guidance document prior to adoption. in committee
HB158 Grass cutting; Caroline County may apply its ordinance to portions of agricultural land. dead
HB159 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of congenital heart defect awareness. dead
HB160 Motorboats; minimum age requirement for operating. dead
HB161 November elections; elections and terms for mayors, councils, and elected school boards. dead
HB162 Incapacitated persons; expands class of victims of crime of financial exploitation. dead
HB163 Income tax, state; deduction for senior citizens. in subcommittee
HB164 High school graduation; verified units of credit. dead
HB165 Meals and food and beverage taxes, local; exemption for sales of meals for fundraising purposes. in subcommittee
HB166 Visually impaired students; each student to be evaluated and receive instruction in Braille. dead
HB167 School board employees; possession of firearms by employees who are former law-enforcement officers. dead
HB168 Passing stopped school buses; rebutting presumption, mailing of summons. passed
HB169 HOT lanes; enforcement and notification by lanes operator when person used without payment, etc. incorporated
HB170 Controlled paraphernalia; unlawful to possess or distribute, exceptions, penalty. signed by governor
HB171 Alcoholic beverage control; food-beverage ratio for certain mixed beverage licensees. in committee
HB172 Habitual offenders; evaluation of person be conducted by VASAP & recommendations submitted to court. signed by governor
HB173 Alcoholic beverage control; prohibited practices by mixed beverage licensees, exception. dead
HB174 Insurance agents; financial hardship waiver of continuing education requirements. dead
HB175 Foreign business entities; service of process on registered agent. dead
HB176 Pen register or trap and trace device; court allowed to issue an order for installation. signed by governor
HB177 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act; crimes against nature, penalty. signed by governor
HB178 Commercial motor vehicles; limited to use of certain lanes of Interstate 64, penalty. dead
HB179 Virginia Human Rights Act; prohibits discrimination in employment. dead
HB180 Drug treatment courts; establish in City of Winchester and Counties of Clarke, Frederick, & Warren. passed senate
HB181 Northern Virginia Transportation Commission; increases membership. signed by governor
HB182 Transient occupancy tax; authorizes Frederick County to impose an additional tax. signed by governor
HB183 Hopewell, City of; charter, passage of emergency measures, Hopewell Water Renewal Commission. signed by governor
HB184 Trooper Nathan-Michael W. Smith Memorial Bridge; designating as Rt. 301 bridge over Interstate 95. signed by governor
HB185 Va. Economic Development Partnership; import of products and services from international markets. signed by governor
HB186 Port-related tax credits; sunset extension. signed by governor
HB187 New public school buildings; plans or blueprints, indoor active shooter gunshot detection and alert. dead
HB188 Police and court records; expungement of certain offenses. dead
HB189 Satisfactory evidence of identity; United States Passport Book and United States Passport Card. signed by governor
HB190 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; use of population estimate in connection with decisions. signed by governor
HB191 Composite index of local ability-to-pay; use value of real estate in certain localities. dead
HB192 Towns, certain; provides an exception to current moratorium on granting of new city charters. dead
HB193 Certificates of public need; creates three-phase process to sunset requirements for medical care. in committee
HB194 Competency and sanity evaluations; capital murder, audiovisual recording. dead
HB195 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. dead
HB196 Public elementary and secondary schools and local school divisions; information and forms. signed by governor
HB197 Commonwealth Mental Health First Aid Program; established. signed by governor
HB198 Conservator of the peace, special; application for appointment by locality. signed by governor
HB199 Fire or rescue volunteers; mental health treatment; funding by locality. dead
HB200 State parks; establishing fee schedule. signed by governor
HB201 Commercial motor vehicles; limited to use of certain lanes of certain highways. dead
HB202 Anatomical gifts; search and rescue dog training. signed by governor
HB203 Extended Foster Care Services and Support Program; established. dead
HB204 Marine Resources Commission; increases membership. dead
HB205 Election day program; permitted activities of participants. signed by governor
HB206 Firearms, certain; identification requirement. passed
HB207 Workers' compensation; recovering damages from other party. dead
HB208 Tributary plans; repeals provisions that prescribe content of plans as part of tributary strategies. signed by governor
HB209 Educational Institutions; revising and recodifying laws. passed
HB210 Housing; removal of obsolete provisions, correction of citation. signed by governor
HB211 Civil immunity; forcible entry of motor vehicle to remove unattended companion animal. dead
HB212 Veterinary establishments; regulations, presentation of a deceased companion animal. dead
HB213 Motor vehicle safety inspection; exceptions to inspection requirement. passed
HB214 Tax reform, state and local; joint subcommittee to study. dead
HB215 Income tax, state; annual adjustment for inflation. in subcommittee
HB216 Sales and use tax; tax on food purchased for human consumption. dead
HB217 Machinery and tools, merchants' capital, and BPOL taxes; maximum rates established. dead
HB218 Income tax, state, tax credit; return of budget surplus. dead
HB219 Alcoholic beverage control; food-beverage ratio. passed subcommittee
HB220 Virginia FOIA; public access to resumes and other information related to gubernatorial appointee. passed
HB221 Active duty health care providers at public or private health care facilities; services and duties. signed by governor
HB222 Recognition of EMS Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact; created. signed by governor
HB223 Courthouse and courtroom security; assessment. dead
HB224 Interstate System components; approval of tolls. dead
HB225 Interstate System components; approvals of tolls on I-395. dead
HB226 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage licenses, performing arts facilities. signed by governor
HB227 Hearsay exceptions; admissibility of statements by children in certain cases. signed by governor
HB228 Graduation requirements; computer programming as foreign language. dead
HB229 SCHEV; uniform bachelor's degree credit hours and lower division curriculum. dead
HB230 Trusts; a circuit court may create and establish upon petition of an interested party. signed by governor
HB231 Augmented estate; elective share of surviving spouse. signed by governor
HB232 Medical bills; authenticity and reasonableness, who may identify & provide testimony. signed by governor
HB233 Fire or rescue volunteers; mental health treatment; funding by locality. signed by governor
HB234 Nonstock corporations; action without board of directors meeting. signed by governor
HB235 Absentee ballots; electronic transmission by general registrars. dead
HB236 Teacher Emeritus Fund and Program; established. dead
HB237 Absentee voting by electronic means; overseas military voters. dead
HB238 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; prohibited contracts, exceptions. signed by governor
HB239 Physicians; division of fees. signed by governor
HB240 Homeless veterans; Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs to assist in a identification. passed
HB241 Students who are English language learners; BOE to consider certain assessment. signed by governor
HB242 Virginia Preschool Initiative; local matching funds. dead
HB243 Passing stopped school buses; mailing of summons. dead
HB244 Nuisance; property where breach of peace recurs. dead
HB245 Keeper of the Rolls; authority to correct errors in legislation. signed by governor
HB246 Discovery in criminal cases; duty to provide. dead
HB247 Voter referendum; independent redistricting commission. dead
HB248 Financial exploitation of adults; documentation referred to local law-enforcement agency. signed by governor
HB249 National Guard; recruitment and application policies, female applicants. dead
HB250 Consumer loans; interest rate limits and lending practices. dead
HB251 Cover sheets; multiple deeds or instruments concerning the same interest in real property. passed subcommittee
HB252 Assistant speech-language pathologists; duties, report. signed by governor
HB253 Local license tax and state contractor's license; certificate of workers' compensation compliance. in subcommittee
HB254 House of Delegates districts; technical adjustment. vetoed by governor
HB255 Health insurance; coverage for mental health and substance abuse disorders. dead
HB256 Relief; Robert Scott. passed
HB257 Fire or rescue volunteers; mental health treatment; funding by locality. dead
HB258 Form of ballot; party identification of candidates. dead
HB259 SOL; Bd. of Education prohibited from adopting revisions that implement Common Core State Standards. vetoed by governor
HB260 Firearms; law-enforcement certification of transfer. dead
HB261 Armed Forces of the U.S. or Va. National Guard, former members of; provisional teaching licenses. signed by governor
HB262 Wildlife; manufacture and sale of products made from parts. signed by governor
HB263 Western Virginia Public Education Consortium; decreases membership. signed by governor
HB264 Local government; prohibiting certain practices requiring contractors to provide compensation, etc. vetoed by governor
HB265 Charter schools, public; amount appropriated to local school boards. dead
HB266 Law libraries; assessment as part of cost in civil actions. dead
HB267 Length of vehicle combinations; clarification of provision limiting vehicles coupled with another. signed by governor
HB268 Land Bank Entities Act; established. signed by governor
HB269 Invasion of privacy; civil action, damages, attorney fees and costs. dead
HB270 Persons with disabilities; rights in public places, fraudulent representation of service dog. dead
HB271 Parenting time; replaces 'visitation' in statutory language. in subcommittee
HB272 Illegally obtained information; receipt and publication, penalty. dead
HB273 Transfer of certain firearms; identification requirement. dead
HB274 Hampton Roads Transportation Fund; distribution of Fund. incorporated
HB275 Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission; composition. dead
HB276 Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission; administrative expenses. dead
HB277 Heroin; manufacture, selling, etc., mandatory minimum sentence. dead
HB278 Prescription of opioids and benzodiazepines; urine drug screening. dead
HB279 Career and technical education; three-year licenses. passed
HB280 Site plans; submission for approval by local planning commission, Freedom of Information Act. dead
HB281 FOIA; exclusion pursuant to nondisclosure agreement, building permits. dead
HB282 FOIA; exclusion pursuant to nondisclosure agreement. dead
HB283 Electrical transmission line siting; hearing requested by locality. signed by governor
HB284 Controlled substances; manufacturing, etc., resulting in overdose. dead
HB285 Oyster grounds; dredging projects in waters of Lynnhaven River. dead
HB286 Legal notices; advertisement by locality. in subcommittee
HB287 Mediation; fee paid to mediators appointed in certain cases. signed by governor
HB288 Disposable plastic shopping bags; local option to prohibit distribution. dead
HB289 Driving in flooded areas; localities may by ordinance prohibit, exception. passed senate
HB290 Prescription Monitoring Program; indicators of misuse, disclosure of information. dead
HB291 Financial exploitation of adults. dead
HB292 Voter registration; preregistration for persons age 16 or older. dead
HB293 Prescription Monitoring Program; requirements of prescribers of benzodiazepine or opiates. signed by governor
HB294 Southwestern Virginia Training Center and Southeastern Virginia Training Center; closure prohibited. dead
HB295 School sports officials; penalty for battery against official. dead
HB296 Eluding police; penalty. dead
HB297 Assisted living facility; definition, number of individuals receiving care. dead
HB298 Coal tax; limits aggregate amount of credits that may be allocated or claimed for employment, etc. vetoed by governor
HB299 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; conservation officers. dead
HB300 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discrimination, definition of sexual orientation, etc. dead
HB301 Officer-involved shootings; VSP shall include in annual Crime in Virginia report. signed by governor
HB302 Elephants; prohibits use of devices for training, etc., that inflict pain or cause physical injury. dead
HB303 Virginia Interim Redistricting Commission; criteria for remedial redistricting plans. dead
HB304 Home service contract providers; SCC authorized to deny an initial application based on its review. signed by governor
HB305 License plates, special; prohibits DMV from issuing certain plates to registered sex offenders. dead
HB306 School buses; display of advertising material on sides and rear. dead
HB307 Insurance companies; clarifies and updates provisions regarding notices to applicants, etc. signed by governor
HB308 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; use of government email accounts required. dead
HB309 School boards, local; licensed behavior analysts and assistant, support services positions. dead
HB310 Mobile dental clinics; exemption from registration requirements. signed by governor
HB311 Emergency medical services providers; interstate agreements. signed by governor
HB312 SHHR; increase sharing of electronic health records, report. signed by governor
HB313 Immunizations; adds type of health professionals who may administer. signed by governor
HB314 Drugs; administration by certain school employees. signed by governor
HB315 Conservation police officers; certain officers of Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. signed by governor
HB316 Income tax, state; subtraction for military veterans with a service-connected, permanent disability. dead
HB317 Hunter education courses; Board of GIF to provide incentives for completing safety course. signed by governor
HB318 Nutrient management plans; phosphorous standards, regulations. dead
HB319 Health regulatory boards; continuing education for certain individuals. signed by governor
HB320 Port-related tax credits; sunset extension. dead
HB321 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; powers, employment of attorneys. signed by governor
HB322 Alcoholic beverage control; summary suspension of license in emergency circumstances. signed by governor
HB323 Alcoholic beverage control; purchase and sale of products. signed by governor
HB324 Insurance rates; authority of an insurer to limit decreases. signed by governor
HB325 Veterinarians; practice of medicine. signed by governor
HB326 Electronic communication service or remote computing service records; obtaining records. passed
HB327 Beach restoration; expedited permit. signed by governor
HB328 Transient occupancy tax; Botetourt County may impose additional tax. signed by governor
HB329 Amber lights, flashing; allows publicly owner or operated transit buses to use. signed by governor
HB330 Clinical nurse specialists; Board of Nursing may register applicant. signed by governor
HB331 Line of Duty Act; training and beneficiary identification. dead
HB332 Concealed handgun permits; judge, etc., may carry wherever he travels in the Commonwealth. passed
HB333 School property; use by youth groups federally listed as patriotic & national organizations. dead
HB334 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; proceeding for enforcement. dead
HB335 Official emblems and designations; addition of Eastern Garter Snake. signed by governor
HB336 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; public access to library records of minors. dead
HB337 Neurodegenerative diseases; informed consent to experimental treatment. signed by governor
HB338 Affordable Care Act; use of resources to enforce. dead
HB339 Recordation tax; securing of loan by locality for certain borrower. passed
HB340 Private animal shelters; Board of Agriculture and Consumer Services shall adopt regulations. signed by governor
HB341 Passing stopped school bus; video-monitoring system. dead
HB342 Guardianship; communication between incapacitated person and others. signed by governor
HB343 Nursing homes; reimbursement of unexpended patient funds within 30 days of written request. signed by governor
HB344 Health benefit plans; large and small employers. dead
HB345 Income tax, state; medical care itemized deductions. dead
HB346 Consumer finance companies; motor vehicle title loans, prohibited practices. in subcommittee
HB347 Laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) eye surgery; certificate of public need not required. dead
HB348 Certificate of public need; exception for certain medical care equipment and services. dead
HB349 Certificate of public need; removes requirements for certain medical care facilities. dead
HB350 Certificate of public need; changes to Medical Care Facilities Certificate of Public Need Program. passed committee
HB351 Virginia Alternative Energy and Coastal Protection Act; created. dead
HB352 Electric utilities; energy efficiency programs. in subcommittee
HB353 School boards, local; transportation agreements with nonpublic schools. signed by governor
HB354 Lyme disease; prevention pilot program. dead
HB355 Forensic Science Board; membership. signed by governor
HB356 Tanning facilities; prohibits use by persons under age 18. dead
HB357 Public schools; physical activity requirement for students in grades kindergarten through five. signed by governor
HB358 School security funds; certain private elementary and secondary schools. dead
HB359 Multistate Tax Commission; the Commonwealth to become associate member. dead
HB360 Turkey parts; making or selling of tools made from carcasses. dead
HB361 Search warrants; person subject to arrest or who is unlawfully restrained. dead
HB362 Accident and sickness insurance; step therapy protocols, disclosure of information. in subcommittee
HB363 State Sickness and Disability Program; benefits. dead
HB364 Court-appointed attorney; increases fee paid for providing representation in commitment proceedings. signed by governor
HB365 Adaptive Learning Tools Grant Fund; established. dead
HB366 Disposition of unclaimed property; intangible property held by locality. dead
HB367 Nonconforming uses; uses that do not conform to zoning prescribed for district, etc. signed by governor
HB368 Firearms; disposition of those acquired by localities. dead
HB369 State Executive Council for Children's Services; state and local advisory team; membership. signed by governor
HB370 Elections; run-off elections for statewide offices and United States Senate. dead
HB371 Maritime cargo terminal owners or operators; vehicles owned or leased. dead
HB372 Arrests; issuance of warrants for felonies, written complaint. dead
HB373 Victims of certain crimes; confidentiality of information. passed
HB374 Registration of vehicles owned or used by emergency medical services agencies. signed by governor
HB375 Ballots; political party affiliation for certain local candidates. dead
HB376 Law-enforcement officer; definition includes municipal park rangers. dead
HB377 Felons; restoration of firearms rights, report to State Police. dead
HB378 Workers' compensation; fee schedules for medical and legal services. signed by governor
HB379 Electric utility; customer account information, warrant required. in subcommittee
HB380 Interstate 66; tolls prohibited from Haymarket to Interstate 495. dead
HB381 Standards of Learning; alternative means for children with disabilities to demonstrate achievement. signed by governor
HB382 Firearms; control by state agencies, rights of employees. vetoed by governor
HB383 FOIA; exclusion pursuant to nondisclosure agreement, building permit application, site plans. dead
HB384 Commonwealth Transportation Board; meeting. signed by governor
HB385 Discrimination; ordinances or regulations prohibiting. dead
HB386 Certified nurse aides; training in observational and reporting techniques. signed by governor
HB387 Secure Commonwealth Panel; increase of membership, report. signed by governor
HB388 Uninsured motor vehicle fee payment plan; DMV may establish. passed
HB389 Virginia Parental Choice Education Savings Accounts; established, report, effective clause. passed
HB390 Parole; limitation on the application of parole statutes. dead
HB391 Motor vehicle title loan offices; distance from military base. dead
HB392 Family and Children's Trust Fund; revenue matching for special license plates for supporters. dead
HB393 Insurance agencies; designated licensed producers. signed by governor
HB394 Port Opportunity Fund; transfers to Fund, exception. dead
HB395 Juvenile records; expungement of records for nonviolent misdemeanors. dead
HB396 Grand larceny; threshold. dead
HB397 Discrimination; specification of certain terms relating to sex or gender. dead
HB398 Sales and use tax; refunds. signed by governor
HB399 Income tax, state; withholding taxes, penalties. dead
HB400 Virginia Student Loan Refinancing Authority established. in subcommittee
HB401 Student loan servicers; student loan ombudsman. in subcommittee
HB402 Commonwealth's tax code; conformity with federal law, emergency. signed by governor
HB403 Northern Va. Transportation Authority; use of population estimates in connection with decisions. dead
HB404 Equitable distribution; transfer of separate property. signed by governor
HB405 Professional and occupational licenses; temporary licenses for spouses of military service members. signed by governor
HB406 Local school boards; transportation agreements with nonpublic schools. dead
HB407 Interstate 66; designation of HOV lanes. passed
HB408 Virginia Retirement System; benefits. dead
HB409 The Virginia Retirement System; technical corrections. signed by governor
HB410 Toy vehicles; prohibits use on any roadway or highway. dead
HB411 Unemployment compensation; part-time employment. dead
HB412 Aircraft, certain; local regulation. signed by governor
HB413 Fly Wisely Unmanned Aerial Systems Accelerator Authority; created. dead
HB414 Toll violations at all-electronic toll facilities; administrative fees and period of nonpayment. dead
HB415 People with Disabilities, Virginia Board for; powers and duties, report. signed by governor
HB416 Voter registration; automatic voter registration. dead
HB417 DMV; contracts with state or federal agencies to conduct customer service transactions. signed by governor
HB418 Elections; absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person. dead
HB419 Local cigarette tax. dead
HB420 Auxiliary grants; regulations adopted by Commissioner of DARS for adult foster care home, etc. passed
HB421 Real property tax; exemptions for military members and their surviving spouses. signed by governor
HB422 Firearms dealers; local regulation of dealers in proximity of schools. dead
HB423 Firearms; possession in school zone, penalty. dead
HB424 Firearms; possession in school zone, regulation by locality. dead
HB425 Firearms; prohibits person in Terrorist Screening Database to purchase, etc. dead
HB426 Battery; punishment when against public transportation operators, penalty. dead
HB427 Conversion therapy; prohibited, no state funds shall be expended for purpose of therapy. dead
HB428 Prisoner's spouse or children; support payments by county or city. signed by governor
HB429 Virginia Human Rights Act; public employment, prohibited discrimination. dead
HB430 Elections; absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person. dead
HB431 Certificate of birth; amendment; designation of sex. dead
HB432 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; public access to certain criminal investigative files. dead
HB433 Concealed handguns; revocation of permit. dead
HB434 Private security services providers and personnel; licensure, waiver, etc. signed by governor
HB435 Adult day care centers; exempt from licensure, Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly. signed by governor
HB436 Standards of Learning assessments in English reading and mathematics; retake, recovery credit. signed by governor
HB437 Security for appeal; clarifies difference between an appeal bond and a suspending bond, etc. signed by governor
HB438 Sediment reduction credits; use by Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4) permittees. signed by governor
HB439 Firearms; use or display while committing a felony, increases penalty. dead
HB440 Impaired waters clean-up plan; progress report, annual submission. signed by governor
HB441 Nonsuits; tolling of limitations; contractual limitation periods. signed by governor
HB442 Circuit courts; Judicial Council may determine when shall be open for business. signed by governor
HB443 Carrying a concealed handgun; permit not required. dead
HB444 Electric utilities; notice of renewable power options. signed by governor
HB445 Clean fuel vehicle and advanced cellulosic biofuels job creation; reestablishes tax credit. dead
HB446 Civil judgment procedure; damages, witnesses, failure of defendants to appear. signed by governor
HB447 Industrial wastes and biosolids; regulation of land application. dead
HB448 Nutrient offset credits; allows new and expanding wastewater discharge facilities to acquire. signed by governor
HB449 VPPA; procurement of construction by certain localities using competitive negotiation. dead
HB450 Comprehensive community colleges, certain; veterans advisors and veterans resource centers. signed by governor
HB451 Economic Opportunity for Virginians in Aspiring & Diverse Communities, Commission on; report. passed
HB452 Virginia Energy Storage Consortium; created, report. passed subcommittee
HB453 Northern Neck-Middle Peninsula Public Education Consortium; regional boundaries and governing board. signed by governor
HB454 Motor vehicles; vehicles not to be equipped with televisions and video within view of driver. passed
HB455 Virginia Employment Commission; work group, unemployment benefit charges. dead
HB456 Absentee ballots; electronic transmission by general registrars. signed by governor
HB457 Full-day kindergarten programs; availability and building capacity. dead
HB458 Protective orders; assault and battery against protected person, penalty. dead
HB459 Teacher licensure; industry certification credential, local waiver. dead
HB460 City council members; raises maximum salary. dead
HB461 Handheld personal communications devices; use while driving, penalty. passed subcommittee
HB462 Administrative Process Act; contents of notices for case proceedings. signed by governor
HB463 Transfer of medical equipment; certificate of public need not required. dead
HB464 Behavioral Health and Developmental Services Trust Fund; use of funds. dead
HB465 Private wells; validity of permits. dead
HB466 Environmental permits; issuance to businesses near greenways. dead
HB467 Manufacturing companies; limited standing to seek injunctive relief against companies. passed
HB468 VIEW; pilot program for substance abuse screening and assessment. dead
HB469 Local taxes; rate of interest on certain refunds. dead
HB470 Middle Peninsula Chesapeake Bay Public Access Authority Act; legal advice. signed by governor
HB471 Service agencies and technicians; certification qualifications. dead
HB472 Service agencies and technicians; certification qualifications. signed by governor
HB473 Palliative Care Information and Education Program; established. in subcommittee
HB474 Child-care providers; criminal history background checks. dead
HB475 Students who have been treated for pediatric cancer; return to learn protocol. signed by governor
HB476 Animal intake policy; animal control officers, etc., shall annually file with State Veterinarian. passed
HB477 Veterans care centers; issuance of bonds for certain projects. signed by governor
HB478 High school graduation and dropout data; on-time graduation. dead
HB479 Water pollution; signage notice to public. dead
HB480 Renewable energy property; tax credit for placing into service. dead
HB481 Compliance with detainers; U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. passed
HB482 Transfer of firearms; criminal history record information check, penalties. dead
HB483 Judicial authorization of treatment; adults incapable of making a decision. dead
HB484 Custodial interrogations; recording by law-enforcement officer. dead
HB485 Assault; person charged with simple assault against family or household member. passed
HB486 Compulsory school attendance cases; prosecution by attorneys for the Commonwealth. dead
HB487 School resource officers; those employed pursuant to School Resource Officer Grants Program. signed by governor
HB488 Status offenders; willful and material violation of court order or terms of probation. dead
HB489 Sexual assault evidence; collection and storage. dead
HB490 Workers' compensation; cost of living supplements. passed subcommittee
HB491 Marriage license; authorization for marriage officiant. dead
HB492 Pregnant woman; coercion related to birth of child prohibited. dead
HB493 Virginia Energy Efficiency Revolving Fund; created. dead
HB494 Refugees, certain; assisting federal government with resettling. dead
HB495 Synthetic turf; three-year moratorium on installation at schools and parks. dead
HB496 Attorney-issued summons; proof of payment to clerk's office. signed by governor
HB497 Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act; exclusive, continuing jurisdiction. signed by governor
HB498 TPA-certified optometrists; prescription of certain Schedule II controlled substances. signed by governor
HB499 Professions and occupations; regulation, petitions, review by Board, report. signed by governor
HB500 Child care providers; criminal history background checks. in subcommittee
HB501 Request for Proposal; design-build transportation projects. signed by governor
HB502 Humane Cosmetics Act; prohibits testing cosmetics on animals, penalty. dead
HB503 Public Instruction, Superintendent of; tracking teacher turnover, report. dead
HB504 Nurse aide; renewal of certification. signed by governor
HB505 Consumer-directed personal care services; allows parent to be reimbursed for providing dead
HB506 Trespassing vehicles; towing vehicle. dead
HB507 Motor vehicle safety inspection; requirement for purchaser of a trailer, etc., from an auto auction. signed by governor
HB508 Worker retraining and career pathway tax credit; modification of credit. dead
HB509 Security of government information; creation of the position of Chief Information Security Officer. dead
HB510 Sexual crimes against minors; extends statute of limitations. signed by governor
HB511 Tax returns; subject to perjury. dead
HB512 Subdivision ordinance; provisions. dead
HB513 Financial exploitation of adults; documentation referred to State Police, etc. dead
HB514 Governor's Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development Fund; wild fish and shellfish. signed by governor
HB515 Higher educational institutions; institutional 6-year plan, economic development, report. signed by governor
HB516 Education, Board of; policy on sexually explicit instructional material. passed
HB517 Warrantless arrest; certain cases. dead
HB518 School boards, local; to provide students with option to transfer to another school division. passed
HB519 School-affiliated entities; definition, providing protection for student personal information. signed by governor
HB520 Redistricting of school boundaries; assignment of students. dead
HB521 Education, Board of; annual report includes reporting requirements of local school divisions. signed by governor
HB522 Standards of Learning Innovation Committee; list of restrictive federal laws and regulations, report dead
HB523 Higher educational institutions; student mental health policies. passed
HB524 Teacher performance and quality; confidentiality. signed by governor
HB525 Standards of Learning Innovation Committee; review of standardized testing in public high schools. passed
HB526 Living shorelines; tax exemption from local property taxes. passed
HB527 Nonresident medical equipment suppliers; registration with Board of Pharmacy signed by governor
HB528 Prescription drugs; manufacture and distribution in the Commonwealth. signed by governor
HB529 Treasury Board; changes required number of meetings. signed by governor
HB530 Public employment; inquiries by state agencies and localities regarding criminal convictions. dead
HB531 Absentee voting; no-excuse in-person available 21 days prior to election. dead
HB532 Composite index of local ability to pay; additional factors to be considered. dead
HB533 Electrical transmission line siting; hearing requested by locality. dead
HB534 General Services, Department of; shall post reports from statewide electronic procurement system. signed by governor
HB535 Beekeepers; limited liability. signed by governor
HB536 Sponsored residential and shared living services; background checks for providers. signed by governor
HB537 Clerk of circuit court; local fees and fines paid directly to local government. signed by governor
HB538 Use of unmanned aircraft to trespass; penalty. dead
HB539 Income tax, corporate; lowers rate of taxation. in subcommittee
HB540 Income tax, state; increases deduction for personal exemptions. in subcommittee
HB541 Juveniles; disclosure of law-enforcement records. signed by governor
HB542 Unlawful inducement; contracts or payments for goods or services, penalty. dead
HB543 Involuntary psychiatric treatment of an inmate; petition filed by sheriff. passed
HB544 Retail sales and transient occupancy taxes; taxes on room rentals. dead
HB545 License tax, local; staffing firm deductions. in subcommittee
HB546 Certain counties; additional powers. dead
HB547 Standards of Quality; apportionment of state and local share. dead
HB548 Property Owners' Association Act; conforms maximum fees for disclosure packets. dead
HB549 Birth control; definition. dead
HB550 Bar exam; preservation of examination papers, access available to applicant. dead
HB551 Certified nurse aides; Board of Nursing shall require continuing education. dead
HB552 Adult protective services; investigations. dead
HB553 Congressional and state legislative districts; criteria for General Assembly to observe in drawing. dead
HB554 Confidentiality of information about victims of certain crimes. incorporated
HB555 Congressional and state legislative districts. dead
HB556 Abuse and neglect of children; a child includes a viable fetus. dead
HB557 School efficiency reviews; scope and costs. signed by governor
HB558 Onsite sewage systems and private wells; evaluation and design, report. signed by governor
HB559 Social Services, Department of; eliminates obsolete reporting requirements. signed by governor
HB560 Brandishing a firearm; intent to induce fear, etc., penalty. passed
HB561 Unmanned aircraft system; use for surveillance, penalty. dead
HB562 Massage therapists; licensure, exemption of certain practitioner of healing arts. enacted
HB563 Firearms; disposition by locality, licensed dealer right of action. dead
HB564 Optometrists; increases number of hours of continuing education requirements. signed by governor
HB565 Charter schools, public; changes to provisions for establishment and operation. dead
HB566 Licensed onsite soil evaluators; changes references in terminology. signed by governor
HB567 Real Estate Board; duties of real estate licensees, exemption, etc., of continuing education hours. signed by governor
HB568 Virginia Guaranteed Assistance Program; changes to grants. passed senate
HB569 Motor vehicles; vehicles in operation to display headlights at all times. dead
HB570 County police chief; election. dead
HB571 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening day of school. dead
HB572 Fines and costs; statutes of limitation on collection, etc. signed by governor
HB573 Students with limited English proficiency; alternatives to SOL English reading assessments. dead
HB574 Dietitians and nutritionists; clarifies the situations under which they may practice. signed by governor
HB575 Energy efficiency programs; total resource cost test. in subcommittee
HB576 Electric and natural gas utilities; energy efficiency goals established, report. in subcommittee
HB577 Interpleader; funds held in escrow. passed
HB578 Virginia Public Procurement Act; architectural and engineering services, etc. signed by governor
HB579 Optometry; repeals certain provision for license to practice. signed by governor
HB580 Nurses; adds definitions of certified nurse midwife, etc. signed by governor
HB581 Nurse practitioners; practicing outside of a patient care team. signed by governor
HB582 Criminal defendants; evaluation for insanity or competence. signed by governor
HB583 Peer providers; Commissioner of BHDS to certify individuals in accordance with regulations. signed by governor
HB584 Deer; any city or town may, by ordinance, prohibit feeding deer within its jurisdiction, penalty. signed by governor
HB585 General registrars; appointment from adjoining locality. dead
HB586 Health regulatory boards; confidentiality of certain information obtained by boards. signed by governor
HB587 Memorials and monuments; protection of all memorials, etc. vetoed by governor
HB588 Protective orders; definition of 'physical presence,' authorization of emergency orders. signed by governor
HB589 Social Services, Department of; filing of petitions by designated nonattorney employees. dead
HB590 Research and development expenses tax credit; eliminates reporting requirement. signed by governor
HB591 Administrative subpoenas; provider of electronic communication service. dead
HB592 Health insurance; dispensing of generic prescription oral contraceptives. dead
HB593 General Services, Department of; regulation of firearms. incorporated
HB594 Traffic or motor vehicle laws; enforcement of laws, marked law-enforcement vehicles. dead
HB595 Married women; property rights. dead
HB596 Recordation tax; exemption of certain deeds of partition and deeds transferring property. signed by governor
HB597 Minimum wage; increases minimum wage from its current federally mandated level. dead
HB598 Income tax, state; low-income taxpayer tax credit. dead
HB599 Transfer of firearms; criminal history record information check, penalties. dead
HB600 Child welfare; imposes certain mandates related to protection and encouragement of children. passed
HB601 Health insurance; mandated coverage for treatment of inborn errors of metabolism. in committee
HB602 Petit larceny; prior convictions, penalty. passed committee
HB603 Veterans Services Foundation; Department of Veterans Services to provide support. dead
HB604 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; receiving money from earnings of a prostitute. incorporated
HB605 Restitution; extension of probation. passed
HB606 Temporary detention order; voluntary admission. dead
HB607 Violent felony offenses; prostitution. dead
HB608 Immediate sanction probation programs; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
HB609 Protective orders; assault and battery; penalty. dead
HB610 Protective orders; penalty. signed by governor
HB611 Water and sewer utilities; regulation. signed by governor
HB612 Diminished financial capacity; execution of revocable letter. dead
HB613 Rail and Public Transportation, Department of; acquisition of real estate and rights-of-way. signed by governor
HB614 Organ donation; mandated choice. dead
HB615 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses; penalty. dead
HB616 Discharge from involuntary admission; advance directive. passed
HB617 Concealed handgun permit; demonstration of competence. dead
HB618 Distributed electric generation; establishment of community solar gardens. in subcommittee
HB619 Home-produced or farm-produced food products; exempts certain foods from Board of ACS regulations. dead
HB620 Elderly or disabled adults; financial exploitation. dead
HB621 Certificates of public need; requirements for certain projects involving mental hospitals, etc. dead
HB622 Entering occupied motor vehicle; interference with rights of owner, penalty. passed senate
HB623 Minimum wage; increases minimum wage from its current federally mandated level. dead
HB624 Retention of court records; violent felonies and acts of violence. signed by governor
HB625 Minors; abduction for purpose of prostitution. passed committee
HB626 Admission to bail; includes any offense of strangulation on list of crimes. dead
HB627 Vapor products; establishing state and local taxes. dead
HB628 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act; public dissemination. signed by governor
HB629 Prescription drugs; pharmacies may participate in voluntary drug disposal programs. signed by governor
HB630 Correctional officers; survey upon resignation, termination, or employment transition. dead
HB631 Tolling on Interstate 66. dead
HB632 Transfer of firearms; criminal history record information check, penalties. dead
HB633 Standards of Learning; history and social science instruction. dead
HB634 Payday loan offices and motor vehicle title loan offices; distance from military installation. dead
HB635 Criminal convictions; procedure for petition certificate of relief. dead
HB636 Clerk of circuit court; recordation of certain deeds. dead
HB637 Medical malpractice actions; extends limitations period. signed by governor
HB638 Higher educational institutions; public-private partnerships, wind and solar power. dead
HB639 Workers' compensation; disease presumptions, correctional officers. dead
HB640 Oyster leases; moratorium. dead
HB641 General district court; arbitration. signed by governor
HB642 Divorce; submission of oral testimony or affidavits in a proceeding. signed by governor
HB643 Taxation, Department of; limitations on collecting taxes. passed
HB644 Administrative Process Act; judicial review of certain regulations. signed by governor
HB645 Criminal defendants; orders for evaluation or treatment, duties of clerk of court. signed by governor
HB646 Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, Commissioner of; duties and powers. passed
HB647 Tree conservation; locality to post signs on private property that is proposed to be redeveloped. signed by governor
HB648 Sewage system or nonconforming system; development of procedure for processing requests. signed by governor
HB649 Charter; Town of Damascus. signed by governor
HB650 Local government; mandatory provisions of a subdivision ordinance, notice to homeowner associations. dead
HB651 Certificate of public need; increase of beds at certain facilities. dead
HB652 Neurological death; updates terminology. signed by governor
HB653 Consent to organ donation. passed
HB654 Alcoholic beverage control; distribution of liter tax on cider produced by farm wineries. signed by governor
HB655 Sexual assault; physical evidence recovery kits collection by Department of State Police, etc. dead
HB656 Syringes services program; public health emergency. dead
HB657 Prescription Monitoring Program; indicators of misuse, disclosure of information. signed by governor
HB658 Protective orders; possession of firearms; penalty. dead
HB659 High school family life education curriculum; programs on prevention of dating violence, etc. signed by governor
HB660 Qualified equity and subordinated debt investments tax credit. dead
HB661 Outdoor advertising; fee schedule established by Commonwealth Transportation Board. dead
HB662 Higher Education for Virginia, State Council of; open educational resources. dead
HB663 Restroom facilities; use of facilities in public buildings or schools. dead
HB664 Keeper of garage; lien on vehicles, notification to owner. dead
HB665 Employee Retirement Security & Pension Reform, Commission on; established, report, sunset provision. passed
HB666 Contracts; certain provisions for sale or lease of consumer goods or services declared void. in subcommittee
HB667 Criminal Injury Compensation Fund; filing of claims. signed by governor
HB668 Spousal support factors; factors contributing to dissolution, including any ground for divorce. passed
HB669 CASA Program, Advisory Committee to; membership shall include one judge. signed by governor
HB670 Truancy; educational neglect, penalty. dead
HB671 Appointed counsel for parents or guardians; attorneys who qualify as guardian ad litem. signed by governor
HB672 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; malicious wounding, aggravated malicious wounding. incorporated
HB673 Minors; abduction for purpose of prostitution or child pornography, penalty. dead
HB674 Kinship foster care; waiver of foster home approval standards. signed by governor
HB675 Auxiliary grants; supportive housing providers. signed by governor
HB676 Financial exploitation of adults; DARS work group to study. signed by governor
HB677 Security freezes; fee exemption. dead
HB678 Human trafficking training; DCJS to establish for law-enforcement, etc. passed committee
HB679 Prostitution; affirmative defense. dead
HB680 Deferred disposition; first offense solicitation of prostitution. dead
HB681 Trafficking in persons; civil action. passed
HB682 Teacher licensure; waiver of requirements, trade and industrial education programs. signed by governor
HB683 Virginia Housing Trust Fund; revenue deposits. dead
HB684 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; rental of units and lots; disclosure packets. signed by governor
HB685 Direct primary care agreements; Commonwealth's insurance laws do not apply. passed
HB686 General Assembly; Clerks' offices allowed access to confidential bill request information. dead
HB687 Campaign finance; digital currency as an accepted form of contribution. dead
HB688 Certificate of public need; requirements before commencing a project. dead
HB689 Certificate of public need; exception for certain medical care equipment and services. dead
HB690 Immunity of persons at public hearing; attorney fees and costs. incorporated
HB691 Workplace safety; employer reporting requirements for work-related incidents. signed by governor
HB692 Cities and towns; payments for maintenance of certain highways. dead
HB693 Income tax, state; adjusts standard deduction for inflation. in subcommittee
HB694 State funding; ratio of full-time equivalent instruction to students with limited English. dead
HB695 Aliens, certain; issuance of licenses, permits, and special identification cards. dead
HB696 Teacher licensure; technology education, military technology training. dead
HB697 Teachers; probation and dismissal. dead
HB698 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; right to speak at open meetings. dead
HB699 Industrial hemp; lawful for a person with a license to manufacture products or engage in research. signed by governor
HB700 Claims; Michael Kenneth McAlister. passed
HB701 Felony conviction; compensation for wrongful incarceration. dead
HB702 Health benefit plans; prescription drugs, tiers. dead
HB703 Legal age for marriage; emancipation petitions for minors intending to marry, etc. signed by governor
HB704 Electronic communications; disclosure, verification and admissibility of contents. dead
HB705 Campaign finance; campaign fundraising prohibited during certain periods. dead
HB706 Alcoholic beverage control; corkage fee for beer and cider. signed by governor
HB707 Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Board for; licensure of former methamphetamine property. signed by governor
HB708 Expungement of certain charges and convictions. dead
HB709 Juvenile records; expungement for certain felony larceny offenses. dead
HB710 Property Owners' Association Act; conforms maximum fees for disclosure packets. in subcommittee
HB711 Protective orders in cases of family abuse; possession of premises. passed
HB712 Interstate 66; tolls prohibited from Haymarket to Interstate 495. dead
HB713 Interstate 66; advisory referendum on collection of tolls. dead
HB714 Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program; electronic benefit transfer card. dead
HB715 Interstate 66; requirements that VDOT must satisfy prior to change in HOV-2 designation. passed
HB716 Commonwealth Transportation Board; project evaluation. dead
HB717 Transportation projects; evaluation of in Northern Virginia. dead
HB718 Commonwealth Transportation Board; project proposals to regional organizations. dead
HB719 Commonwealth Transportation Board; value of statewide prioritization factors. signed by governor
HB720 Transportation projects in Planning District 8; public hearings. dead
HB721 Toll Facilities Revolving Account; statewide prioritization process. dead
HB722 Tolls; prohibits imposition or collection of tolls on certain highways in Planning District 8. dead
HB723 NOVA; transfer of powers and duties to NOVA Authority. dead
HB724 Northern Virginia Transportation Commission; quorum and voting procedures. dead
HB725 Northern Virginia Transportation Commission; membership. dead
HB726 Northern Virginia Excess Toll Revenue Fund; created. dead
HB727 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; decision-making procedure. signed by governor
HB728 State and local transportation planning; results of reviews related to homeland security. signed by governor
HB729 Transportation, Department of; electronic toll collection account notification. dead
HB730 Commuter parking; lot signage in Planning District 8. passed
HB731 Members of transportation district commissions; compensation. signed by governor
HB732 State and local transportation planning; review of proposed rezoning, impact on roads. dead
HB733 VDOT and DRPT employees; performance evaluations. dead
HB734 Noxious weeds; advisory committee to evaluate risks of a plant. signed by governor
HB735 Landlord and tenant laws; responsibility of landlord to pay certain costs, etc. passed
HB736 Property tax; repeals certain exemptions in Frederick County. dead
HB737 Unmanned aircraft system; use for capturing photographic or video images, penalty. dead
HB738 Registered surgical technologists and surgical assistants; extends registration deadline. signed by governor
HB739 Virginia Flooding Adaptation Office; established. dead
HB740 Federal Rehabilitation Act and Older Americans Act; amends certain language in Code. signed by governor
HB741 Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Virginia Board for; licensing of home inspectors. signed by governor
HB742 Neighborhood Assistance Program; eligibility for tax credits. signed by governor
HB743 Employment records; employers required to provide to Commissioner of Labor upon request. dead
HB744 Electoral boards and general registrars; may apply for legal defense if subpoenaed. dead
HB745 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; required disclosures, septic tanks. passed house
HB746 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; required disclosures, zoning and permitted uses. signed by governor
HB747 Service facilities; manufacturer of engines for certain trucks to own a facility. signed by governor
HB748 Driver education; certification of online courses. signed by governor
HB749 School service providers; protection of student personal information. signed by governor
HB750 Student personal information; definition of school services, college & career readiness assessment. signed by governor
HB751 Fantasy Contests Act; created, civil penalty. dead
HB752 Stalking; penalty. passed
HB753 School calendar. dead
HB754 Domestic violence-related misdemeanors; enhanced penalty. passed committee
HB755 Alcoholic beverage control; annual mixed beverage performing arts facility license. signed by governor
HB756 E-911 Services Board; renamed 9-1-1 Services Board, powers and duties. signed by governor
HB757 Local or regional public bodies; public comment. dead
HB758 Auditor of Public Accounts; Commonwealth Data Point, incorporation of graphs, charts, etc. dead
HB759 Taxes for certain local improvements; Orange County. dead
HB760 Auditor of Public Accounts; Auditor to incorporate in Commonwealth Data Point. signed by governor
HB761 Concealed handguns; possession by females on campus. dead
HB762 Electric Transmission Line Planning Association; political subdivisions to form and maintain. dead
HB763 Law enforcement, local, and State Police; enforcement of federal regulations. dead
HB764 Virginia Behavioral Health Practitioner Student Loan Repayment Fund and Program; created. dead
HB765 Assault and battery against a family or household member; first offense, enhanced penalties. passed committee
HB766 Concealed handguns; carrying with a valid protective order. passed
HB767 Assault and battery against a family or household member; eliminates deferral and dismissal. dead
HB768 Victims of domestic violence, etc.; firearms safety or training course. passed committee
HB769 Statute of limitations; sexual crimes against minors. dead
HB770 Conditional zoning; provisions applicable to all rezoning proffers, definitions. dead
HB771 Asset forfeiture; seizure of property, report. signed by governor
HB772 Shenandoah County Farm; authorizes conveyance of farm near Maurertown to County of Shenandoah. dead
HB773 Government Nondiscrimination Act; created. passed senate
HB774 Conditions of release; pretrial services agency. dead
HB775 Fantasy Contests Act; created, registration required, conditions of registration, civil penalty. passed
HB776 Conditions of release; pretrial services agency. dead
HB777 Redevelopment or conservation areas or rehabilitation districts; partial tax exemption. dead
HB778 Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Protection Act; application for grievance procedure. signed by governor
HB779 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; required filings for multiple positions. incorporated
HB780 Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; technical amendments. dead
HB781 Restroom facilities; use of facilities in public buildings or schools, definition of biological sex. dead
HB782 Social services, local board of; proceedings against persons liable for support. signed by governor
HB783 Firearms; pointing, holding, or brandishing in presence of a law-enforcement officer, penalty. dead
HB784 Firearms; possession by persons adjudicated delinquent, military service exception. signed by governor
HB785 Emergency custody and temporary detention; clarifies definition of law-enforcement agency. dead
HB786 Virginia Public Procurement Act; authorized enhancement or remedial measures. passed
HB787 Construction activities; acquisition of nutrient credits. dead
HB788 School calendar. dead
HB789 Exhumations; clerk of circuit court to send notice to next of kin, exception. signed by governor
HB790 Solid waste disposal fee; removes Pittsylvania County from list of counties authorized to levy. in committee
HB791 Act for Religious Freedom; reaffirms religious rights. signed by governor
HB792 Virginia Pathway to Middle Class: Noncredit Workforce Credentials Act; established, report. dead
HB793 Academic credit; industry credentials. dead
HB794 Death penalty; severe mental illness. dead
HB795 Chesapeake, City of; pilot program for problem-solving docket, report. dead
HB796 Practical design standards; VDOT to employ standards for any highway system project. dead
HB797 State plan for medical assistance; eligibility of individuals. dead
HB798 School divisions, certain; development of plan to fund and phase in full-day kindergarten. dead
HB799 Income tax, state; subtractions and credits for investments in technology businesses. dead
HB800 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; audio recording of closed meetings required. dead
HB801 Charges imposed by the Commonwealth or localities; fees prohibited, exception. dead
HB802 Veterinary technicians; supervision, reporting of animal cruelty. signed by governor
HB803 Higher educational institutions; recognized student organizations. dead
HB804 Firearms; person to report loss or theft to any local law-enforcement agency or VSP. dead
HB805 Virginia High-Demand Occupation Forecast Advisory Committee; established, report. dead
HB806 Primary elections; voter registration by political party. dead
HB807 Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation; planning, coordination, and implementation of 400th anniversary. signed by governor
HB808 Outdoor lighting fixtures; governmental agencies to use light-emitting diode (LED) lighting. dead
HB809 Firearms; selling, bartering, etc., to persons not lawfully present in United States, penalty. passed committee
HB810 Assault weapon; transfer of firearm, proof of citizenship. passed
HB811 Involuntary admission procedures; notification to family member about proceedings. dead
HB812 Limited Residential Lodging Act; established, penalty. dead
HB813 Offshore waters and submerged lands; Commonwealth jurisdiction of three geographical miles. signed by governor
HB814 Virginia Indian advisory board; Secretary of the Commonwealth may establish, membership. passed
HB815 Execution; if lethal injection is not available, electrocution shall be used. passed
HB816 Public Guardian and Conservator Advisory Board; established, membership, report. signed by governor
HB817 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; record exclusions, rule of redaction, etc. passed
HB818 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; designation of officer, posting of rights and responsibilities. passed
HB819 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; public access to certain audio and video recordings. dead
HB820 Insurance policies; electronic delivery of information to policyholder, etc. signed by governor
HB821 Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Protection Act; applicability to local governmental entities. signed by governor
HB822 Cable television operators; billing, explanation of tax charges. dead
HB823 Governmental agencies; contracting for items from another governmental commercial activities list. passed
HB824 Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program; limitations. dead
HB825 Military medical personnel; pilot program for personnel to practice medicine. signed by governor
HB826 Prince William County Metrorail Improvement District; created. dead
HB827 Concussions in student-athletes; guidelines for school division policies and procedures. dead
HB828 TANF eligibility; drug-related felonies. dead
HB829 Prescribers of covered substances; continuing education. signed by governor
HB830 Cigarettes and other tobacco products; increases state tax rate. dead
HB831 Standards of Learning; curriculum shall include computer science and computational thinking. signed by governor
HB832 Vacancies in constitutional offices; petition to circuit court to request no special elections. signed by governor
HB833 Standards of Learning; elementary school assessments; time length. dead
HB834 Virginia Growth and Opportunity Board and Fund; established, report. passed
HB835 Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of licensed art instruction studios. in committee
HB836 VIEW; substance abuse screening and assessment of public assistance applicants and recipients. dead
HB837 Medicare; supplement policies for individuals under age 65. dead
HB838 Professions, occupations, and trades; applicant's criminal history. in subcommittee
HB839 State Library Board; retention of surveillance videos. in subcommittee
HB840 Possession of handguns by members of the Virginia National Guard. dead
HB841 Interstate 66; prohibits tolls on any component. dead
HB842 Teachers; preparation and licensure, professional development in indicators of dyslexia. passed
HB843 Income tax, state; reduces top marginal tax rate. in subcommittee
HB844 Insurance agents; continuing education program changes. signed by governor
HB845 Driving under influence of alcohol; first offenders, locality may establish 24/7 sobriety program. dead
HB846 Virginia Collaborative Economic Development Act; established, sunset provision. passed
HB847 Higher educational institutions; tuition assistance for non-Virginia students. dead
HB848 Health insurance; programs for local government employees. dead
HB849 Retail Sales and Use Tax; reduces tax rate on food. dead
HB850 DMV; removes $5 service charge imposed and collected for in-person transactions. dead
HB851 Insurance policy; electronic delivery of information, repeals sunset provision. signed by governor
HB852 Refugees, certain; assisting federal government with resettling. incorporated
HB853 Traffic lights; use of photo-monitoring systems. dead
HB854 Firefighter or emergency medical services; personnel interrogation, observer. signed by governor
HB855 Judges; adding maximum number in 25th Judicial District. dead
HB856 Women's Right to Vote, Commission for Commemoration of Centennial of; established. dead
HB857 Lobbyist disclosure; clarifies definition of gift. incorporated
HB858 Virginia International Trade Corporation; established, report. passed
HB859 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for beer-making equipment and materials. passed
HB860 Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; public access to requests for opinions. incorporated
HB861 Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; extension of filing deadlines. incorporated
HB862 Conflicts of Interests Acts, State and Local Government and General Assembly; prohibited gifts. incorporated
HB863 Higher educational institutions; admission of undergraduate students domiciled in Virginia. dead
HB864 Public elementary and secondary schools; teacher grievance procedures. dead
HB865 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemptions. signed by governor
HB866 Hospitals; advance disclosure of allowed amount or charge for procedure. dead
HB867 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exemption related to mandatory disclosures. dead
HB868 Lobbyist disclosure; definition of procurement transaction. incorporated
HB869 Definitions; nonresident. signed by governor
HB870 Unfair claim settlement practices; appraisal of automobile repair costs. signed by governor
HB871 Virginia Security for Public Deposits Act; adds credit unions as a qualified public depository. dead
HB872 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain data centers. signed by governor
HB873 Public & private schools & higher educational institutions; for-hire motor carriers. dead
HB874 Credit unions; voluntary mergers. signed by governor
HB875 Real-time location data; disclosure in emergencies. signed by governor
HB876 Higher educational institutions; student health insurance coverage. dead
HB877 Taxation, Department of; increases period taxpayer may file an amended return. in subcommittee
HB878 Invasion of privacy; civil action, damages, attorney fees and costs. dead
HB879 Alcoholic beverage control; farm wineries and limited brewery licenses, 'land zoned agricultural.' passed
HB880 Income tax, state; withholding tax for an employee. in subcommittee
HB881 Child day programs; exempts from licensure certain martial arts programs. in subcommittee
HB882 Judge; adds juvenile and domestic relations district court (Fairfax, Fairfax County). incorporated
HB883 Telecommunications towers; in accordance with comprehensive plan. passed
HB884 Research and development expenses tax credits. passed
HB885 Driver's licenses; treatment of federal convictions. dead
HB886 Stalking; second offense, Class 6 felony. passed
HB887 Virginia Public Procurement Act; requirements for use of construction management. in subcommittee
HB888 Virginia Public Procurement Act; requirements for certain construction projects. dead
HB889 Lobbyist disclosure; filing and inspection. incorporated
HB890 Candidates; filing of statements of economic interests. incorporated
HB891 Conflicts of Interests Acts, State and Local Government and General Assembly; definition of gift. incorporated
HB892 Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; required information on disclosure forms. incorporated
HB893 Profane swearing or cursing in public; eliminates crime. dead
HB894 Standards of Learning Innovation Committee; change in membership. passed
HB895 High school graduation; graduation requirements. passed
HB896 Private school employees, certain; requirement of background checks. signed by governor
HB897 Tow truck drivers; registration of drivers convicted of violent crimes. in subcommittee
HB898 Administrative Process Act; contents of economic impact statements. dead
HB899 Elections; early voting by persons age 65 or older. dead
HB900 Associate physicians; requirements for licensure, practice agreements. in subcommittee
HB901 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; use of certain revenues. dead
HB902 Commonwealth Genomics and Personalized Medicine Authority; created, report. dead
HB903 Recurrent Flooding Resiliency, Commonwealth Center for; at various educational institutions. signed by governor
HB904 Alcoholic beverage control; limited mixed beverage license for retail cigar shops. in committee
HB905 Hospitals; advance disclosure of charge for elective procedure, test, or service. signed by governor
HB906 Ministers; communications between persons they counsel or advise. dead
HB907 Virginia Public Procurement Act; term contracts for architectural and engineering services. signed by governor
HB908 Electrical transmission lines; SCC to consider impact on historic resources. passed subcommittee
HB909 Nurse practitioners; practicing outside of a patient care team. dead
HB910 Appeal of tax assessments; prior to receipt of information, person to sign acknowledgment of order. signed by governor
HB911 Dulles Greenway Authority; created. dead
HB912 Transportation, Department of; installation of broadband conduit on public highways. passed
HB913 Discrimination; prohibited in employment and housing. dead
HB914 Campaign finance; fundraising during special sessions prohibited. dead
HB915 Passing stopped school buses; mailing of summons. dead
HB916 Interstate 66; prohibits imposition or collection of tolls on any component. dead
HB917 Neighborhood Assistance Act; reduces tax credit. dead
HB918 Limited liability companies; members provided access as an electronic record on a network, etc. signed by governor
HB919 Water and sewer service; canceling service for nonpayment of charges. signed by governor
HB920 Barrier crimes; conviction or finding not guilty by reason of insanity. signed by governor
HB921 National Guard members of other states; employment protection. incorporated
HB922 Computer trespass; increases penalty if government computer and computer used for public utilities. passed committee
HB923 Computer trespass; penalty. dead
HB924 Electronic communications; disclosure, verification and admissibility of contents. signed by governor
HB925 Virginia Preschool Initiative; student eligibility. dead
HB926 Higher educational institutions; letter certifying good standing of certain students. dead
HB927 Flamethrowers; criminalizes purchase, possession, or transportation, penalty. dead
HB928 Redevelopment and housing authority; increases compensation of commissioners. dead
HB929 Cybersecurity; promotion of industry in the Commonwealth. dead
HB930 Virginia Public Procurement Act; procurement of information technology goods and services. signed by governor
HB931 Campaign finance; certain contributions prohibited. dead
HB932 Court-appointed counsel; compensation, increases frequency of reporting. dead
HB933 High school graduation and dropout data; students who have been placed in custody of DSS. dead
HB934 Police and court records; expungement of certain misdemeanors. dead
HB935 Extended Foster Care Services and Support Program; created. dead
HB936 Students, certain, with limited English proficiency; Board shall make provision in its regulations. in subcommittee
HB937 Vote centers; State Board of Elections to conduct pilot program. dead
HB938 Commercial driver's licenses; third party testers. signed by governor
HB939 Motorcycles; auxiliary lighting. passed
HB940 Mechanics' liens; increases amount of lien, nonresident notice requirements. signed by governor
HB941 Clean energy programs; expands scope by including certain residential properties. dead
HB942 School boards; reasonable access by certain youth groups. passed
HB943 Title to motor vehicle, manufactured home, etc.; lost certificate of title. dead
HB944 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; installation or use of landscape cover materials. passed senate
HB945 Annexation; extends current moratorium on city annexations and county immunity actions. signed by governor
HB946 Tow truck drivers and towing and recovery operators; regulation of towing. dead
HB947 Transportation, Department of; induced demand considered in certain projects. dead
HB948 License plates, special; revenue sharing for elementary or secondary education. dead
HB949 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA); membership composition. dead
HB950 Military decorations; fraudulent representation about being a recipient, penalty. incorporated
HB951 Taxation, Department of; disclosure of certain tax information. signed by governor
HB952 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for tampons and sanitary napkins. dead
HB953 Imitation controlled substances; maximum disciplinary action for student. dead
HB954 Concussions; local school division policy to include Return to Learn Protocol for student-athletes. signed by governor
HB955 Limited liability companies; entity conversions. signed by governor
HB956 Legal notices; advertisement by certain towns. in subcommittee
HB957 Laser hair removal technicians; licensure by Board of Medicine. in subcommittee
HB958 Cruelty to animals; drowning of an animal subject to criminal penalties. dead
HB959 Women's Right to Vote, Commission for Commemoration of Centennial of; established. dead
HB960 Fines under certain local ordinances; payment to local school division and Literary Fund. dead
HB961 Higher educational institutions; alternative tuition or fee structures to students, report. signed by governor
HB962 Lyme disease; testing disclosure. dead
HB963 Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act; created, penalty. passed subcommittee
HB964 Contractors, Board for; exemptions from licensure. dead
HB965 Public schools; organizations governing interscholastic programs. dead
HB966 Income tax, corporate; apportionment of income to Virginia. in subcommittee
HB967 School term; waiver of length of school term, early course mastery. dead
HB968 Mortgage lenders and mortgage brokers, licensed; posting license. signed by governor
HB969 Virginia Retail Sales and Use Tax Act; conforms the Commonwealth's sales and use tax laws. in subcommittee
HB970 Fetal remains; disposition, penalty. dead
HB971 Small businesses; implementation of certification programs, report. dead
HB972 Virginia Housing Trust Fund; revenue deposits. dead
HB973 Renewable energy; efficient biomass. dead
HB974 Open-end credit; allows only a seller of goods to extend credit under agreement. dead
HB975 Pesticides; aerial application near public or private schools. dead
HB976 Environmental boards; special orders, increases penalties for violations. dead
HB977 State waters; unlawful discharge of deleterious substance into waters. dead
HB978 Health insurance; proton radiation therapy coverage decisions. in subcommittee
HB979 Firearms; buyers or transferee, criminal history record check delay. dead
HB980 Transfer of handguns; permit required, penalties. dead
HB981 Concealed handgun permit; eliminates proof of competence. dead
HB982 Firearm or pneumatic gun; allowing access by children age four or younger, penalty. dead
HB983 Firearms magazines, certain; prohibition of sale, transfer, etc., prohibited, penalty. dead
HB984 Health insurance; mandated coverage for autism spectrum disorder. dead
HB985 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; record exclusions; rule of redaction; no weight accorded. dead
HB986 Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council; increases membership. dead
HB987 Issuance of licenses, permits, and special identification cards to certain aliens. dead
HB988 Minimum wage; determining wages of tipped employees. dead
HB989 Child labor; employment of children on tobacco farms. dead
HB990 TANF; federal funds not used to supplant nonfederal funds. dead
HB991 Virginia Initiative for Employment Not Welfare (VIEW); education and training programs. signed by governor
HB992 TANF eligibility; drug-related felonies. dead
HB993 Voter registration; preregistration for persons age 16 or older. dead
HB994 Attorney General; investigation of complaint of discrimination. dead
HB995 Minimum wage; establishes a procedure by which a local alternative wage may be imposed. dead
HB996 Police and court records; expungement of certain misdemeanor drug offenses. dead
HB997 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple marijuana possession. dead
HB998 Law-enforcement agencies, local; body-worn cameras. dead
HB999 Family and Medical Insurance Leave Program; review of eligibility and benefit payments. dead
HB1000 Online firearm sale; criminal history record information check, penalties. dead
HB1001 Terrorist Screening Database; check of Database required prior to purchasing firearm from dealer. dead
HB1002 Voter registration; automatic voter registration. dead
HB1003 Voting systems; voter-verifiable paper record. dead
HB1004 Provisional voting; voter photograph taken at polling place. dead
HB1005 VA Human Rights Act; public employment, public accommodation, & housing, prohibited discrimination. dead
HB1006 Marriage; persons other than ministers who may celebrate rites. dead
HB1007 Recognition of EMS Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact; created. dead
HB1008 Motor vehicle fuels; sales tax in certain transportation districts, price floor. dead
HB1009 Custody and visitation agreements; court to consider best interests the of child. dead
HB1010 Tire chains; Department of Transportation to require semitrailers to use from Oct. 15 to April 15. dead
HB1011 Rental inspection programs; exemptions. signed by governor
HB1012 Virginia College Building Authority; financing projects, participating institutions. signed by governor
HB1013 Threat assessment teams; dissemination of certain records and information. signed by governor
HB1014 Neighborhood Assistance Act; increases maximum amount of tax credits that may be issued. dead
HB1015 Higher educational institutions; memorandum of understanding with local law-enforcement agencies. signed by governor
HB1016 Sexual assault response teams; participants in annual meeting, FOIA exclusion for records. signed by governor
HB1017 Education improvement scholarships; tax credit, reporting and other requirements. passed
HB1018 Educational improvement scholarships; modifies tax credit program. dead
HB1019 Educational improvement scholarships; modifies tax credit program, pre-kindergarten eligibility. dead
HB1020 Unclaimed property; payment of property of deceased owner. signed by governor
HB1021 Medicaid nonemergency transportation providers; criminal history background checks. in subcommittee
HB1022 Virginia Guaranteed Assistance Program; eligibility, use of funds. dead
HB1023 Alcoholic beverage control; limited distiller's licenses. dead
HB1024 Court costs; collection by DMV. dead
HB1025 Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk, penalties. dead
HB1026 Social Services, Department of; electronic notices. signed by governor
HB1027 Special elections; quarterly schedule, exception. dead
HB1028 TANF; federal funds not used to supplant nonfederal funds. dead
HB1029 Critical National Security Language Grant Fund and Program; established. dead
HB1030 Officers of election; required training every two years. passed
HB1031 Parole Board; required release, Board to issue a reasoned decision for deferral. dead
HB1032 Vehicle registration; locality may impose penalty on owner annually as long as vehicle unregistered. signed by governor
HB1033 Absentee ballots; emergency voting, repeals provisions relating to late applications. dead
HB1034 Personal property tax; transmittal of certain information to commissioner of the revenue. dead
HB1035 Elderly care savings trust accounts; established, administered by the Virginia College Savings Plan. in subcommittee
HB1036 Longitudinal data system; SCHEV to develop and maintain, report. dead
HB1037 Voting systems; prohibits use of direct recording electronic machines on or after July 1, 2017. dead
HB1038 Motor vehicle safety inspections; window tinting. dead
HB1039 Sanctuary policies; prohibited. dead
HB1040 Voter-nominated primary elections; established for offices of Governor, etc. dead
HB1041 Marijuana offenses; driver's license forfeiture. dead
HB1042 Toll facility operators or their agents; exempted from charges for information supplied by DMV. in subcommittee
HB1043 Reckless driving; raises threshold for speeding. dead
HB1044 Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure of certain information. signed by governor
HB1045 Threats of death or bodily injury; penalty. dead
HB1046 Youth services citizen boards; clarifies membership. dead
HB1047 Alcohol; use of premises for illegal consumption, civil penalty. dead
HB1048 Chief Resiliency Officer; Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security to designate. dead
HB1049 Firearms show; list of vendors or exhibitors submitted to State Police. dead
HB1050 Solar thermal system tax credit. dead
HB1051 Virginia Defense Force and Virginia National Guard; military discipline. signed by governor
HB1052 Virginia Defense Force; clarifies definition of training duty. passed
HB1053 Investor-owned electric utilities; establishment of protocols for energy efficiency programs. signed by governor
HB1054 Alcoholic beverage control; certain laws transferred to State Police. dead
HB1055 Foster care homes; firearm storage on premises. dead
HB1056 Family abuse protective orders; extension of orders. signed by governor
HB1057 Separate court dockets; establishment, guidelines. dead
HB1058 Veterinarians; exemption from licensure, practice of veterinary medicine. signed by governor
HB1059 Heroin possession; Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission to evaluate sentencing guidelines. signed by governor
HB1060 Towing fees; localities in Northern Virginia shall establish by ordinance. signed by governor
HB1061 Students; expulsion and referral to a local law-enforcement agency. dead
HB1062 Higher educational institutions; management agreements. signed by governor
HB1063 Bonds for institutions of higher education. passed
HB1064 Virginia Information Technologies Agency; duties and responsibilities, etc. signed by governor
HB1065 Ground water conservation incentive program; State Water Control Bd. to establish voluntary program. in subcommittee
HB1066 Disbursement of funds for Confederate gravesites. signed by governor
HB1067 Bonds; tolls on I-66. in subcommittee
HB1068 Advanced Shipbuilding Production Facility Grant Program; established, Fund created. passed
HB1069 Tolls; toll collection procedures, fees, etc. passed
HB1070 Toll violations; reciprocity agreements, enforcement. incorporated
HB1071 Electronic tolls; nonpayment civil actions. dead
HB1072 Virginia Retirement System; modifies hybrid retirement program. in subcommittee
HB1073 Police and court records; expungement. dead
HB1074 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple possession. dead
HB1075 Consumer finance loans; rate of interest. dead
HB1076 Employment; break time and location for employees to express breast milk. dead
HB1077 Drug Control Act; adds certain chemical substances to Schedule I. signed by governor
HB1078 Advertisement of legal notices by certain towns. in subcommittee
HB1079 Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission; distribution of funds. dead
HB1080 Onsite sewage systems; designs for treatment works from professional engineers. in subcommittee
HB1081 Alcoholic beverage control; police power of members, agents, etc., of ABC Board. dead
HB1082 Driving privilege card; eligibility. dead
HB1083 Medical Care Facilities Certificate of Public Need Program; changes to Program, report. dead
HB1084 Minors; abduction for purpose of prostitution. dead
HB1085 Stormwater Local Assistance Fund; established. dead
HB1086 Certificates of death; electronic registration. dead
HB1087 Protective order; violation of order, possession of a firearm or other deadly weapon, penalty. signed by governor
HB1088 Magistrates; appointment and supervision. dead
HB1089 Virginia Lottery Fund; administrative expenses, reduces cap on appropriations to Fund. in committee
HB1090 Health, Department of; expenditure of funds related to abortions and family planning services. vetoed by governor
HB1091 Settlement statements; definition, certain disclosures required. dead
HB1092 Charitable Gaming Board; powers and duties. dead
HB1093 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credits for food crop donations to nonprofit food bank. signed by governor
HB1094 Commodity boards; member nominations and terms, assessments, report. signed by governor
HB1095 Income tax, state; reduces top marginal individual tax rate. in subcommittee
HB1096 Firearms; regulation by state entities prohibited. vetoed by governor
HB1097 Federal government; detention or removal of a person from the Commonwealth. dead
HB1098 Practice of chiropractic; expands definition. in subcommittee
HB1099 Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; eligibility. dead
HB1100 Research and development expenses tax credits. dead
HB1101 Automatic notification of registration of sex offenders; common interest communities. signed by governor
HB1102 Trauma-informed sexual assault investigation; DCJS to establish. signed by governor
HB1103 ABLE savings trust accounts; exclusion from determination of state means-tested assistance, etc. passed
HB1104 Firefighters employed by localities; entitlement to continued compensation. in subcommittee
HB1105 Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission; recidivism rate for certain released federal prisoners. signed by governor
HB1106 Firearms; possession or transportation following certain convictions. dead
HB1107 Concealed handgun permit; reciprocity, report. dead
HB1108 Virginia Public Procurement Act; contracting generally, use of experience modification factor. passed
HB1109 Concealed handgun permit; application; disqualification. dead
HB1110 Temporary detention; notice of recommendation, communication with magistrate. signed by governor
HB1111 Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission; distribution of moneys. passed
HB1112 Involuntary admission; contents of preadmission screening report, notice of hearing. dead
HB1113 Prescription drugs; price transparency. in subcommittee
HB1114 Colonial Heights, City of; charter, clarifies responsibilities of director of finance and treasurer. signed by governor
HB1115 Zebra mussels; education program. signed by governor
HB1116 Receipt of pleadings; failure to pay fees in a civil case. dead
HB1117 Immunity of persons at public hearing; awarding of reasonable attorney fees and costs. signed by governor
HB1118 Natural gas companies; right of entry upon property. dead
HB1119 Motor vehicles; exhaust system in good working order. dead
HB1120 Unemployment compensation; use of E-Verify program. dead
HB1121 Absentee voting; verification of signatures by officers of elections. passed subcommittee
HB1122 Commonwealth Space Flight Fund; transfer of funds. signed by governor
HB1123 Restrooms; retail establishment with toilet facility to allow customer access. dead
HB1124 Consumer finance companies; regulation of companies. dead
HB1125 Number of judges; general district court; 25th Judicial District. dead
HB1126 DCJS; training standards and model policies for law-enforcement personnel, powers and duties. signed by governor
HB1127 Forest fire protection compacts; codification. signed by governor
HB1128 Spouse's liability for medical care; exemption for principal residence. signed by governor
HB1129 DSS; annual review of payments made to TANF recipients, report. dead
HB1130 Medical records; fee limits and penalty for failure to provide. in subcommittee
HB1131 Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments. dead
HB1132 School principals; incident reports. dead
HB1133 Paid Sick Leave Pilot Program; established, paid sick leave tax credit. in subcommittee
HB1134 Disorderly conduct; provisions shall not apply to certain students if occurs on school property. dead
HB1135 Virginia-grown food products; purchase by state agencies & institutions & local school divisions. signed by governor
HB1136 Capital outlay plan; revises six-year plan for projects. in subcommittee
HB1137 Electric utilities; net energy metering, energy balancing devices. dead
HB1138 RICO; computer crimes, penalties. dead
HB1139 Hunting from a waterfowl blind; penalty. dead
HB1140 Subdivision plats; approval before recordation. dead
HB1141 Invasion of privacy; civil action; damages; attorney fees and costs. dead
HB1142 Slingshot; hunting of wild birds and wild animals, except deer, etc., unless shooting is prohibited. signed by governor
HB1143 Body-worn cameras; required policies. dead
HB1144 Local taxes; interest on refunds. dead
HB1145 Electoral boards, local; reassigning certain duties related to elections administration. signed by governor
HB1146 Local permitting or licensure; consent of common interest community association prohibited. signed by governor
HB1147 Transient occupancy tax; reinstates authority of Arlington County to impose, sunset provision. signed by governor
HB1148 Recognizances; person subject to immigration detainer. dead
HB1149 Police & court records; if order of expungement, clerk of court shall refund petitioner costs paid. passed
HB1150 Wages; employer who willfully fails to pay, penalty. passed
HB1151 School boards; applicants for employment. dead
HB1152 Local gas road improvement and Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority tax. signed by governor
HB1153 Retired judges; temporary recall, persons retired under Virginia Retirement System. dead
HB1154 Electronic communications; contents; admissibility. dead
HB1155 Civil immunity; forcible entry of motor vehicle to remove unattended companion animal. dead
HB1156 Protective orders; expungement of order if denied or dissolved by court. dead
HB1157 Driving under influence of alcohol; subsequent offenses, penalty. dead
HB1158 Physical evidence; procedure for collection, etc., of recovery kits. incorporated
HB1159 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; revises powers and duties, community policing. dead
HB1160 Physical evidence recovery kits. passed
HB1161 Correctional Officer Procedural Guarantee Act. in subcommittee
HB1162 Ground water conservation incentive program; State Water Control Bd. to establish voluntary program. dead
HB1163 Concealed handgun permits; recognition of out-of-state permits. signed by governor
HB1164 Local stormwater utility; waiver of charges for church or religious body. dead
HB1165 Virginia Grade Level Alternative; electronic submission of evidence. dead
HB1166 Virginia Public Procurement Act; small purchase procedures, transportation-related construction. passed
HB1167 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount of money taken, etc., to $1,000. dead
HB1168 Convictions & deferred disposition dismissals; person allowed to petition for expungement, etc. dead
HB1169 Mineral mining; bonding program, reclamation. dead
HB1170 Real property tax; members of board of equalization. signed by governor
HB1171 Corrections, Board of; notification of tertiary care of prisoner. in subcommittee
HB1172 Unemployment compensation; notice of penalties for false or misleading statements. dead
HB1173 Careless driving; cause of injury to vulnerable road user, penalty. dead
HB1174 Electric energy; consumption reduction goal, report. dead
HB1175 Virginia National Guard and Virginia Defense Force; pay allowance. signed by governor
HB1176 In-state tuition; members of the Virginia National Guard. dead
HB1177 Bail bondsmen; licensure of nonresidents. dead
HB1178 Campground; definition. dead
HB1179 Unemployment compensation; deprivation of benefits. dead
HB1180 Utility Transfers Act; telephone companies. dead
HB1181 Electoral college; revises process of allocation of electoral votes. dead
HB1182 Sheriffs; standard vehicle markings. signed by governor
HB1183 Party candidates; method of nominating, incumbent selection. dead
HB1184 Social Services, Department of; increase of TANF benefits. dead
HB1185 Reckless driving; raises threshold for speeding. dead
HB1186 Advanced studies diploma; foreign language requirements, technical programming languages. dead
HB1187 Sales and Use Tax; exempts parking charges by providers of accommodations to transients. dead
HB1188 Senate districts; changes assignments of two census precincts in Louisa County. vetoed by governor
HB1189 Child welfare agency; operating without a license, abuse and neglect of child, penalty. passed
HB1190 License plates, special; prohibits DMV from issuing certain plates to registered sex offenders. signed by governor
HB1191 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain items sold by a sheriff at a correctional facility. signed by governor
HB1192 Cigarettes; levying of taxes by counties. dead
HB1193 Line of Duty Act; probation and parole officers. in subcommittee
HB1194 Transient occupancy tax; Bedford County permitted to impose. signed by governor
HB1195 Threats of death or bodily injury; penalty. dead
HB1196 Arrest; failure to be physically taken into custody by using physical means to resist. in committee
HB1197 Law-enforcement officers; Internet publication of personal information, penalty. dead
HB1198 Cigarette taxes; increase of tax in Fairfax and Arlington Counties. dead
HB1199 School resource officers; prohibits possession of firearms and other weapons, penalty. dead
HB1200 Assault and battery; certain students. incorporated
HB1201 Concealed handgun permits; reciprocity. dead
HB1202 State Inspector General; lean government initiative. dead
HB1203 Real property tax; exemption for disabled veterans and spouse of a service member killed in action. signed by governor
HB1204 Virginia Health Care Access Fund; created. dead
HB1205 Secretary of Health and Human Resources; increase sharing of electronic health records, report. dead
HB1206 Comprehensive community colleges; Noncredit Workforce Credentials Act. dead
HB1207 Family and Children's Trust Fund; exempt from taxation. passed
HB1208 Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission; local representation. dead
HB1209 Landlord and tenant law; tenant remedies. signed by governor
HB1210 Gun safes; establishes an exemption from retail sales tax. passed subcommittee
HB1211 Animal control officers; training. signed by governor
HB1212 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan; excludes Chesapeake Bay coastal watershed from Basins. dead
HB1213 Minors; certain education records as evidence. passed
HB1214 Tazewell, Town of; amending charter, election to fill vacancies for mayor or town council, etc. signed by governor
HB1215 Health insurance; programs for local employees. dead
HB1216 Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older. dead
HB1217 Law enforcement, local and State Police; enforcement of executive actions or orders. dead
HB1218 Virginia Public Procurement Act; bid, performance, and payment bonds, waiver by localities. dead
HB1219 Graduation requirements; computer programming as foreign language. dead
HB1220 Electric utility; recover of cost of purchasing certain solar energy facilities. signed by governor
HB1221 Motor vehicle bumper heights; decreases from 14 inches to nine the distance must be from the ground. dead
HB1222 Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; eligibility. dead
HB1223 Polling place; voter may give full name and current residence address orally or in writing. signed by governor
HB1224 Bank franchise tax; sets a cap of $18 million on total annual tax liability per taxpayer. passed
HB1225 Essential health benefits; abortion coverage. dead
HB1226 Assault and battery; Department of Corrections investigators, penalty. signed by governor
HB1227 Securities Act; registration exemptions. signed by governor
HB1228 Boxing and wrestling events; provisions for sanctioning organizations. passed
HB1229 Excursion trains; certification requirements, liability of railroad company. signed by governor
HB1230 Higher educational institutions; student intellectual property rights. signed by governor
HB1231 Dogs chasing livestock; district court may order dog to be transferred to a different owner, etc. passed
HB1232 Recalled motor vehicles; disclosures by and compensation of dealers. signed by governor
HB1233 Charitable gaming; conduct of bingo games. in subcommittee
HB1234 School security officers; carrying a firearm. passed
HB1235 Impaired waters clean-up plan; progress report; annual submission. dead
HB1236 Unpaid toll collection; toll facility operator prohibited from charging administrative fees. dead
HB1237 Richmond Metropolitan Transportation Authority; powers. passed
HB1238 General Services, Department of; disposition of surplus materials, police animals. signed by governor
HB1239 Fire Programs Fund; increases rate of assessment for Fund. in subcommittee
HB1240 Virginia War Memorial; designation for Virginians killed during line of duty training. dead
HB1241 Guardians ad litem appointed in custody and visitation cases; certification form. in subcommittee
HB1242 Restaurants; separate stations for deep-fat frying. dead
HB1243 Interstate 66; referendum for tolling. dead
HB1244 Interstate 66; referendum for tolling. dead
HB1245 Judicial Retirement System; mandatory judicial retirement. passed
HB1246 Bail bondsmen; solicitation of business from person in court, etc., penalty. dead
HB1247 Higher educational institutions; student expulsion, appeal. dead
HB1248 Private property; landowner also owns airspace. dead
HB1249 York River; scenic and historic designations. dead
HB1250 Virginia Erosion and Stormwater Management Act; consolidation of programs, opt-out for locations. passed
HB1251 Health insurance; assignment of benefits. in subcommittee
HB1252 Neighborhood assistance tax credit program; low-income persons. dead
HB1253 Norfolk, City of; repeals obsolete provisions for appointment of members to school board. signed by governor
HB1254 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend STOP GUN VIOLENCE. dead
HB1255 BVU Authority; alters Board powers and duties, change in membership, conflict of interest policy. passed
HB1256 Improper driving; jury may find accused not guilty. dead
HB1257 Personal injury and wrongful death actions; disclosure of address. signed by governor
HB1258 Minimum wage; increases wage from federally mandated level to $8.50 per hour. dead
HB1259 Auctioneers Board; requirement for continuing education, exception. signed by governor
HB1260 Declaration of local emergency; increases time in which localities call a session. signed by governor
HB1261 State Corporation Commission; interstate gas pipeline safety program. signed by governor
HB1262 Charitable gaming; conduct of instant bingo, network bingo, pull tabs, and seal cards. in subcommittee
HB1263 Small, Women-owned, and Minority-owned Business Loan Fund; Va. Small Business Financing Authority. signed by governor
HB1264 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; representations related to covenants, report. signed by governor
HB1265 Practitioner of medicine, osteopathy, etc.; limits on dispensing of certain drugs, penalty. dead
HB1266 Guardianship appointments, modifications, and terminations; notice sent to DMAS. signed by governor
HB1267 Guardianship or conservatorship; orders prior to the respondent's 18th birthday. signed by governor
HB1268 Limited Residential Lodging and Short-term Rental Lodging Act; established, penalty. dead
HB1269 Vehicles owned or leased by maritime cargo terminal owners or operators. signed by governor
HB1270 Companion animal care advisory committee; State Veterinarian to establish. dead
HB1271 Practical design standards for projects. dead
HB1272 Claims; Frank and Amy Taylor. dead
HB1273 X-ray machines; expands authority of Department of Health to regulate. passed
HB1274 Judicial officers; recording of citizen complaints. dead
HB1275 Magistrates; complaint made by complainant, the written complaint shall be returned to complainant. signed by governor
HB1276 Motorcycle rider safety training courses; clarification of definition. signed by governor
HB1277 Restaurants; annual inspections. signed by governor
HB1278 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Compact of 1966; membership. dead
HB1279 Public schools; fire drills and lock-down drills. signed by governor
HB1280 Virginia Public Procurement Act; competitive negotiation, professional services. dead
HB1281 Concealed weapons; exemption for certain retired officers from prohibition to carry. signed by governor
HB1282 Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement; SCT to work with Virginia-Israel Advisory Board. in committee
HB1283 Line of Duty Act; certification expiration for temporarily disabled persons. dead
HB1284 Lyme disease; certain treatment of a patient. dead
HB1285 Community energy programs; investor-owned electric utilities and electric cooperatives to establish. in subcommittee
HB1286 Distributed and renewable generation of electric energy; net energy metering. in subcommittee
HB1287 Behind-the-wheel and knowledge examinations; retake of examinations. signed by governor
HB1288 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Dept. of; certification of employment services organizations. signed by governor
HB1289 Blind and Vision Impaired, Department for the; contracts for operation of certain vending machines. passed
HB1290 Timber cutting; unlawful removal, determination of damages. signed by governor
HB1291 Virginia Lottery; prohibits ticket courier services in the Commonwealth. signed by governor
HB1292 Schedule IV drugs; adds eluxadoline to list. signed by governor
HB1293 Employee grievance procedure, local; impartial panel hearing, etc. dead
HB1294 Multi-jurisdiction grand juries; access to record of testimony and evidence. signed by governor
HB1295 Abuse or neglect of child; definitions, penalty. dead
HB1296 All-terrain vehicles and off-road motorcycles; local regulation. dead
HB1297 Certain uses in industrial zones; cost of infrastructure. dead
HB1298 Sentencing guidelines; written explanation that court must file. dead
HB1299 U. S. of America and the Commonwealth of Virginia; purchase of flags by public bodies. signed by governor
HB1300 Mathews County; appointment of members to economic development authority. signed by governor
HB1301 Pharmacy benefits administrators; explanation of benefits. dead
HB1302 Charitable gaming; conduct of bingo games, prohibited practices. in subcommittee
HB1303 Higher educational institutions; educational programs for members of board of visitors. signed by governor
HB1304 Bonds in recognizances; satisfaction. dead
HB1305 Solar and wind energy equipment, etc.; tax exemptions. signed by governor
HB1306 Family day homes; voluntary listing of certain homes. in subcommittee
HB1307 Vacant building; locality may by ordinance establish certain criteria. dead
HB1308 School board policies, local; students volunteering at polling places. dead
HB1309 Office of Immigrant Assistance created. dead
HB1310 Failure to appear; service of process. signed by governor
HB1311 Snakes; DGIF may authorize use of snake exclusion devices by public utilities. signed by governor
HB1312 Special license plates; MEG'S MILES. passed
HB1313 Concealed handguns; protective orders, surrender of firearms, penalty. dead
HB1314 Grapevine Grant Fund and Program; created. in committee
HB1315 General Assembly; introduction of legislation, recorded vote in committee or subcommittee. dead
HB1316 Driver's licenses, temporary; eligibility. dead
HB1317 Sexual abuse of certain children; penalty. passed committee
HB1318 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; noncriminal incidents and reports. signed by governor
HB1319 Military status or decorations; false representation with intent to obtain services, penalty. signed by governor
HB1320 Port Opportunity Fund; transfers to Fund. dead
HB1321 Higher educational institutions, private; memoranda of understanding, sexual assaults. signed by governor
HB1322 Correctional officers; survey upon resignation, termination, or employment transition. signed by governor
HB1323 Civil immunity; forcible entry of motor vehicle to remove unattended companion animal. dead
HB1324 Loans; maximum amount of interest and fees permitted. dead
HB1325 BVU Authority; Board powers and duties, broadband, repeals certain provision. incorporated
HB1326 Abortion; informed written consent, civil penalty. dead
HB1327 Local law-enforcement agencies; body-worn cameras. dead
HB1328 Unfaithful delegates; constitutional convention, penalty. in committee
HB1329 Trespass by hunters using dogs; penalty. signed by governor
HB1330 Private police departments; successors in interest of an entity. passed
HB1331 Income tax, state; withholding taxes, penalties. passed
HB1332 The Virginia Electronic Communications Privacy Act; report. in committee
HB1333 Bill drafting, certain; designated access to information. dead
HB1334 Assault and battery; persons charged with first offense against family or household member, penalty. signed by governor
HB1335 Highway maintenance payments; bicycle lanes. dead
HB1336 Precincts; establishment based on number of registered voters with active status. dead
HB1337 Local fiscal stress; task force appointed by Governor to review state mandates imposed on locality. dead
HB1338 Law-enforcement officers; personal security for Governor. dead
HB1339 Localities; regulation of firearms in government buildings. dead
HB1340 Stormwater management programs; DEQ to operate. dead
HB1341 Veterans Services Foundation; membership. signed by governor
HB1342 Immunizations; requirements related to administration of vaccinations. dead
HB1343 Research & development in the Commonwealth; Va. Research Investment Fund & Committee, created, etc. passed
HB1344 Bonds; certain capital projects. passed
HB1345 Line of Duty Act; revises Act by codifying revisions. passed
HB1346 Commonwealth Transportation Board; regional membership. passed subcommittee
HB1347 Wireless communications; infrastructure established. in committee
HB1348 Smoking in motor vehicles; presence of minor under age eight, civil penalty. signed by governor
HB1349 Resettlement of refugees; review process. incorporated
HB1350 Alcoholic beverage control; spirits tastings by distiller licensee. signed by governor
HB1351 Virginia Sports Hall of Fame. dead
HB1352 Public elementary and secondary schools; teacher grievance procedures. dead
HB1353 U.S. of America and the Commonwealth of Virginia; purchase of flags by public bodies. dead
HB1354 Virginia Public Procurement Act; use of best value contracting, etc. dead
HB1355 Research and development expenses tax credit; refundability. dead
HB1356 Impersonation of a minor; use of communications system, penalty. dead
HB1357 Income tax, state; statute of limitations for certain amended returns. dead
HB1358 Gas emissions; control systems for certain landfills. in subcommittee
HB1359 Transit Capital Project Revenue Advisory Board; established, report, sunset provision. passed
HB1360 Bicycles; helmets required to be worn by riders less than 18 years of age. dead
HB1361 Lobbyist reporting; disclosure of certain persons attending entertainment events prohibited. incorporated
HB1362 Conflicts of Interests Acts, State & Local Government & General Assembly, etc.; lobbyist reporting. passed
HB1363 Local officers; petition requirements for removal of county supervisor, etc. in subcommittee
HB1364 Uniform Statewide Building and Statewide Fire Prevention Codes; revision. dead
HB1365 High school graduation; Board of Education's requirements. dead
HB1366 Motor vehicle title loans and payday loans; military personnel. dead
HB1367 Four-year public institutions of higher education; alternative tuition or fee structures. dead
HB1368 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; State Fire Marshal; consumer fireworks; penalties. dead
HB1369 Virginia Health Care Innovation Fund; created, report. dead
HB1370 High school; prohibition of certain level course grading policies. dead
HB1371 Local government; prohibition on certain mandates upon employers. vetoed by governor
HB1372 Autonomous vehicles and piloted vehicles; definitions. dead
HB1373 Virginia Public Procurement Act; design-build contracts, purchase of intellectual property. dead
HB1374 Interstate 66; Commonwealth Transportation Board may impose tolls to use. dead
HB1375 Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of distillery licensees. dead
HB1376 Claims; Paul R. DesRoches II. signed by governor
HB1377 School boards; assignment of teachers, reduces maximum class sizes. passed
HB1378 Electrical transmission lines; construction near hospital helipads. dead
HB1379 Voter list maintenance; use of Electronic Registration Information Center, etc. in committee
HB1380 Absentee voting; electronic signatures prohibited on certain applications for absentee ballots. passed subcommittee
HB1381 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of curing ovarian cancer. dead
HB1382 Real property tax; tax on commercial and industrial property in certain localities. dead
HB1383 Highways, Commissioner of; annual report to be made public. passed
HB1384 The New College Institute; operations and governance agreement with a public institution. dead
HB1385 Land preservation tax credit; application for credits prior to any donation. dead
HB1386 Firearms shows; voluntary background checks by Department of State Police. signed by governor
HB1387 Large pre-election contributions; amends deadline for disclosure. signed by governor
HB1388 State agencies; review of potential anti-competitive actions and promulgation of regulations. in subcommittee
HB1389 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; record exclusion for trade secrets submitted to DMME. passed subcommittee
HB1390 Neighborhood assistance tax credits; allocation of credits. dead
HB1391 Protective orders; possession of firearms, penalty. signed by governor
HJ1 Constitutional amendment; charter schools (second reference). dead
HJ2 Constitutional amendment; right to work (second reference). passed
HJ3 United States Constitution; application for a convention of the states. in committee
HJ4 Celebrating the life of Emily Elizabeth Selke. passed senate
HJ5 Celebrating the life of Yvonne Marie Ciarlo Selke. passed senate
HJ6 Commending the Salem High School forensics team. passed senate
HJ7 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; JLARC to review Authority, report. passed senate
HJ8 Celebrating the life of George Albert Williams. passed senate
HJ9 Congress of U.S.; repeal of personal income taxes and enactment of national retail sales tax. dead
HJ10 Commending Midlothian Masonic Lodge No. 211. passed senate
HJ11 Commending Lucindy Lawson. passed senate
HJ12 Commending Bronco Federal Credit Union. passed senate
HJ13 Commending Pilgrim Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ14 Commending Lois King. passed senate
HJ15 Commending the Kettle Run High School boys' soccer team. passed senate
HJ16 Commending Sean Broderick. passed senate
HJ17 Commemorating the life and legacy of Earle Davis Gregory. passed senate
HJ18 Constitutional amendment; term limits for members of the General Assembly. dead
HJ19 Commending Laurie Enright. passed senate
HJ20 Commending the Kettle Run High School competition cheer team. passed senate
HJ21 Commending Molly Michael. passed senate
HJ22 Celebrating the life of John Waller Maloney. passed senate
HJ23 Celebrating the life of Ernest B. Vanarsdall, Sr. passed senate
HJ24 Celebrating the life of Evelyn Thompson Lawrence. passed senate
HJ25 Celebrating the life of Roy L. Skeen. passed senate
HJ26 Celebrating the life of Sharon Smith Hembree. passed senate
HJ27 Celebrating the life of Geraldine Hankins Sword. passed senate
HJ28 Celebrating the life of Stephen W. Morris. passed senate
HJ29 Beginning of life; life of human person commences at conception etc. dead
HJ30 Commending Reo Hatfield. passed senate
HJ31 Chesapeake Bay Awareness Week; designating second week in June 2016, and each year thereafter. passed senate
HJ32 Commending Clyde Bernard Fowler. passed senate
HJ33 Commending Friends of Falls Church Homeless Shelter. passed senate
HJ34 Commending the Waynesboro Public Library. passed senate
HJ35 Celebrating the life of Adam Ward. passed senate
HJ36 Commending Smith Mountain Lake. passed senate
HJ37 General Assembly; establishing a schedule for the conduct of business for 2016 Regular Session. passed senate
HJ38 General Assembly; establishing a prefiling schedule for 2017 Regular Session. passed senate
HJ39 Celebrating the life of Alison Bailey Parker. passed senate
HJ40 Celebrating the life of Richard T. Allan, Jr. passed senate
HJ41 Commending Pamela L. Michell. passed senate
HJ42 Commending Colonel Donald B. Kaiserman, USA, Ret. passed senate
HJ43 Commending Neal King. passed senate
HJ44 Commending the Honorable John C. Watkins. dead
HJ45 Health insurance; coverage for abuse deterrent formulations for opioid medications. passed senate
HJ46 Commending Angela Ammerman. passed senate
HJ47 Celebrating the life of Roger Green. passed senate
HJ48 Commending Colonial Heights American Legion Post 284. passed senate
HJ49 Commending Wakefield Masonic Lodge No. 198. passed senate
HJ50 Composite Index of Local Ability to Pay; DOE to study effect of local use value assessment passed subcommittee
HJ51 Celebrating the life of Jesse Clingenpeel. passed senate
HJ52 Interstate Highway System; State Route 28 to be included in System. dead
HJ53 Celebrating the life of Thomas S. Herbert VII. passed senate
HJ54 Commending Mary Ann Moran. passed senate
HJ55 Bicycle on state highways; Department of State Police to study laws and policies. dead
HJ56 Biosolids and industrial wastes; short-term and long-term effects, report. dead
HJ57 Celebrating the life of Anthony Young. passed senate
HJ58 Traffic signal retiming; Department of Transportation to study. dead
HJ59 Commending L. D. Arrington. passed senate
HJ60 Celebrating the life of Charles Rinker. passed senate
HJ61 Life-prolonging care; Joint Commission on Health Care to study legal and regulatory requirements. dead
HJ62 Commending the Salem High School football team. passed senate
HJ63 Speaker of the House; authority to employ legal counsel to represent General Assembly. dead
HJ64 Appointment; Chairman of the Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission. passed senate
HJ65 Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth; Joint Commission on Health Care to study expanding mission. dead
HJ66 Refugee Resettlement Program; JLARC to study cost to the Commonwealth and localities. dead
HJ67 Commending SCORE Hampton Roads. passed senate
HJ68 Commending the Colonial Heights High School boys' volleyball team. passed senate
HJ69 Driver's license suspension; use as collection method for unpaid court fines and costs. passed senate
HJ70 State parks; JARC to study feasibility of public-private partnership in managing parks. dead
HJ71 Commending Temple Emanuel. passed senate
HJ72 Minimum wage; effects of increasing the in the Commonwealth. dead
HJ73 Midtown and Downtown Tunnels in Hampton Roads; CTB to study reduction or elimination of tolls. dead
HJ74 Celebrating the life of James O. Shaw, Jr., M.D. passed senate
HJ75 Commending Frank M. Beamer. passed senate
HJ76 Wolf Creek Cherokee Tribe of Virginia; General Assembly of Virginia to extend state recognition. dead
HJ77 Study; CTB to study reduction or elimination of tolls on Midtown-Downtown Tunnels in Hampton Rds. dead
HJ78 Resolution; encouraging employers in the Commonwealth to pay their employees a living wage. dead
HJ79 Schedule I and II offenders; JLARC to study sentencing and alternatives to incarceration. dead
HJ80 Commending the Highland Springs High School football team. passed senate
HJ81 Commending the Henrico High School boys' basketball team. passed senate
HJ82 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications to vote; restoration of civil rights. dead
HJ83 Student nutrition; Office of School Nutrition Programs in the Department of Education to study. dead
HJ84 Recurrent flooding; Joint Subcommittee to formulate recommendations. passed senate
HJ85 Commending the Rotary Club of McLean. passed senate
HJ86 Educators; recognizing need in the Commonwealth to cultivate Virginia high school graduate. dead
HJ87 Advance Care Planning Month; designating as April 2016, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ88 Drinking Water and Wastewater Professionals Appreciation Day; designating as June 30, 2016. passed senate
HJ89 Celebrating the life of Ernestine K. Middleton. passed senate
HJ90 United States Constitution; amendment concerning federal budget, sunset provision. in committee
HJ91 Commending the Virginia Coalition for Open Government. passed senate
HJ92 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters, restoration of civil rights dead
HJ93 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Nonpartisan Redistricting Commission, created. dead
HJ94 Oyster shell reclamation; VCU's Rice Rivers Center to study. dead
HJ95 Commending Snow Creek Elementary School. passed senate
HJ96 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established (first reference). dead
HJ97 Commonwealth's aerospace industry; Joint Commission on Technology and Science to study. passed senate
HJ98 Commending Robert Fisher. passed senate
HJ99 Intermodal transfer facility; Secretary of Transportation to study. dead
HJ100 Dulles Greenway; Department of Transportation to study. dead
HJ101 Dulles Greenway; Department of Transportation to study feasibility of purchasing. dead
HJ102 Commending Michael Moore. passed senate
HJ103 Adoption; Commission on Youth to study home study process. dead
HJ104 Human trafficking of minors. dead
HJ105 Commending the Martinsville High School boys' basketball team. passed senate
HJ106 Commending Tim Davis. passed senate
HJ107 Commending Kenneth Draper. passed senate
HJ108 Medicaid; JLARC to study electronic sources of data, etc. dead
HJ109 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Compact of 1966; Governor to review, report. dead
HJ110 Interstate 66; Secretary of Transportation to study tolling alternatives. dead
HJ111 Celebrating the life of Dan Rudolph Lowe. passed senate
HJ112 Public elementary & secondary education; education and health in the Commonwealth, report. passed senate
HJ113 Celebrating the life of Jerry Paul Miller. passed senate
HJ114 Celebrating the life of Clyde F. Jackson. passed senate
HJ115 Interstate 73; joint subcommittee to study construction of proposed Interstate. dead
HJ116 Interstate 73; Department of Transportation to study proposed construction. dead
HJ117 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission, established, apportionment. dead
HJ118 Celebrating the life of Alphonzo LaSalle Holland, Sr. passed senate
HJ119 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights dead
HJ120 Biosolids and industrial residuals in Virginia; JLARC to study. passed senate
HJ121 Commending Augusta Health. passed senate
HJ122 Commending the Turner Ashby High School girls' basketball team. passed senate
HJ123 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption. passed
HJ124 Unaccompanied alien minors; reimbursement to Fairfax County for cost. dead
HJ125 Commending the Westfield High School football team. passed senate
HJ126 Commending Penelope Ward Kyle. passed senate
HJ127 Commending Glasgow Middle School. passed senate
HJ128 Celebrating the life of Wilford Taylor, Sr. passed senate
HJ129 Celebrating the life of Roger Parker, Jr. passed senate
HJ130 Commending the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce. passed senate
HJ131 Constitutional amendment; right to vote (first reference). dead
HJ132 Commending the National Historic Preservation Act. passed senate
HJ133 Commending Kelly Brice Walters. passed senate
HJ134 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications to vote; restoration of civil rights. dead
HJ135 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Governor's term of office. dead
HJ136 United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment that was proposed by Congress in 1972. dead
HJ137 Driver's license; suspension upon conviction of marijuana offense. dead
HJ138 Dulles Toll Road Permit & Operating Agreement; Joint Com. on Transportation Accountability to study. dead
HJ139 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds. dead
HJ140 Commending David L. Bernd. passed senate
HJ141 Commending George Y. Birdsong. passed senate
HJ142 Commending the Nansemond-Suffolk Academy football team. passed senate
HJ143 Commending the Honorable Michael S. Irvine. passed senate
HJ144 Commending Dan Lyons. passed senate
HJ145 Commending Alfonzo M. Miller. passed senate
HJ146 Commending The Omni Homestead Resort. passed senate
HJ147 Celebrating the life of Carlton Lee Wingfield. passed senate
HJ148 Celebrating the life of Edith R. Jones. passed senate
HJ149 Motor vehicle title loans; Bureau of Financial Inst of State Corporation Commission to study. dead
HJ150 General Assembly; notifying Governor of organization. passed senate
HJ151 Early childhood development programs; JLARC to study specific programs. dead
HJ152 Commending the Christiansburg Lions Club. passed senate
HJ153 Celebrating the life of Vaudene Rose Fable Pedigo. passed senate
HJ154 Commending Damon S. Radcliffe. passed senate
HJ155 Commending Joshua Drury. passed senate
HJ156 Commending Bethel Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ157 Virginia Community College System; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to review. passed senate
HJ158 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas W. Moss, Jr. passed senate
HJ159 Public transportation services; DRPT to evaluate study necessary to identify, etc. dead
HJ160 Dogs and cats, licensing; Virginia Department of Health to study Virginia's procedures. passed senate
HJ161 Inclusive education practices pilot program; Division of Special Education of DOE to study. dead
HJ162 Commending Dr. Katherine G. Johnson. passed senate
HJ163 Speaker of the House of Delegates; confirming appointments to certain boards and councils. passed senate
HJ164 Commending Ronnie D. Crockett. passed senate
HJ165 Commending Kenny Eades. passed senate
HJ166 Commending the Reverend Leon Webster Baylor, Sr. passed senate
HJ167 Commending Chuck Wilkins. passed senate
HJ168 Commending Joe Grzeika. passed senate
HJ169 Virginia Barbecue Season; designating as May through October 2016, and each succeeding year. passed senate
HJ170 Celebrating the life of James E. Hargrave. passed senate
HJ171 Persons with disabilities; cross-jurisdictional transportation. dead
HJ172 Celebrating the life of Caroline Jean Stalker. passed senate
HJ173 Williamsburg Session; use of Colonial Capitol in City of Williamsburg on January 30, 2016. passed senate
HJ174 Commending Robert R. Lindgren. passed senate
HJ175 Commending Anthony Willie Artis. passed senate
HJ176 Commending Pete Talley. passed senate
HJ177 Anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS); condemnation. passed senate
HJ178 Judges; election in Court of Appeals, circuit court, general district court, etc. passed senate
HJ179 Commending Joe Elton. passed senate
HJ180 Celebrating the life of H. William Greenup. passed senate
HJ181 Norfolk & Western Railway Class J 611; designating as the official steam locomotive of Virginia. passed senate
HJ182 Commending Keena Schuler Wood. passed senate
HJ183 Commending Saunders Brothers, Inc. passed senate
HJ184 Commending Jackie Moore. passed senate
HJ185 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Colon H. Whitehurst. passed senate
HJ186 Commending the City of Hopewell. passed senate
HJ187 Commending Charles E. Jett. passed senate
HJ188 Commending Richard V. Hurley. passed senate
HJ189 Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award. passed senate
HJ190 Celebrating the life of Joseph Rodney Johnson. passed senate
HJ191 Commending Kim Snead. passed senate
HJ192 Commending Jon Hatfield. passed senate
HJ193 Commending the Appomattox High School football team. passed senate
HJ194 Commending Daniel Hillenburg. passed senate
HJ195 Commending Mary Baldwin College. passed senate
HJ196 Commending Wendell G. Peters. passed senate
HJ197 Chagas Disease Awareness Day; designating as April 14, 2016, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ198 Commending Little Bethel Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ199 Commending Nansemond-Suffolk Academy. passed senate
HJ200 Commending the Nansemond River High School girls' indoor track team. passed senate
HJ201 Commending the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation. passed senate
HJ202 Commending Richmond International Raceway. passed senate
HJ203 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Marvin Wayne Clipp. passed senate
HJ204 Celebrating the life of Kenneth Earl Blunt. passed senate
HJ205 Constitutional amendment; congressional and legislative districts. dead
HJ206 Omphalocele Awareness Day; designating as January 31, 2016, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ207 Commending ADAMS Compassionate Healthcare Network. passed senate
HJ208 Commending Deborah D. Pettit. passed senate
HJ209 Commending the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. passed senate
HJ210 Judge; election in Supreme Court of Virginia. passed senate
HJ211 Commending the Virginia Outdoors Foundation. passed senate
HJ212 Commending the Knights of the Golden Horseshoe Expedition. passed senate
HJ213 Commending Martha Boneta. passed senate
HJ214 Commending the Virginia Natural Heritage Program. passed senate
HJ215 Commending David Wallace. passed senate
HJ216 Celebrating the life of Carol Willoughby. passed senate
HJ217 Celebrating the life of Charles Wesley Day. passed senate
HJ218 Commending Angela West. passed senate
HJ219 Celebrating the life of Benjamin Thomas Osborne. passed senate
HJ220 Commending Newport News Shipbuilding. passed senate
HJ221 Celebrating the life of Mary Eileen Dubus Schindel. passed senate
HJ222 Commending S. Wallace Edwards & Sons, Inc. passed senate
HJ223 Celebrating the life of Priscilla Ames. passed senate
HJ224 Commending the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. passed senate
HJ225 Celebrating the life of Ruth Ann Harvey. passed senate
HJ226 Celebrating the life of Karen Correia Radley. passed senate
HJ227 Commending the Goochland High School girls' volleyball team. passed senate
HJ228 Commending the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. passed senate
HJ229 Williamsburg Session; expressing appreciation for hospitality extended. passed senate
HJ230 Celebrating the life of Robert Horvath. passed senate
HJ231 Commending the Poquoson Fire and Rescue Department. passed senate
HJ232 Commending Lets Fly Wisely. passed senate
HJ233 Celebrating the life of Albert J. Taylor, Jr. passed senate
HJ234 Celebrating the life of Cecil Taylor. passed senate
HJ235 Commending the Galax High School football team. passed senate
HJ236 Celebrating the life of Brenda Cunningham Mauney. passed senate
HJ237 Commending Apostolos Dallas, M.D. passed senate
HJ238 Commending Georgia-Pacific Big Island Mill. passed senate
HJ239 Commending the Mills E. Godwin High School boys' soccer team. passed senate
HJ240 Commending the Mills E. Godwin High School girls' tennis team. passed senate
HJ241 Commending the James River Association. passed senate
HJ242 Commending Mike and Mary Dale. passed senate
HJ243 Commending the Orange County High School robotics team. passed senate
HJ244 Commending Ken Boyd. passed senate
HJ245 Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Month; designating as November 2016, and each succeeding year. passed senate
HJ246 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Leonidas B. Young II. passed senate
HJ247 Celebrating the life of John Arthur Brumit. passed senate
HJ248 Commending Robert N. Joyce, Jr. passed senate
HJ249 Commending Mary Jo Browning. passed senate
HJ250 Commending Houff Transfer, Inc. passed senate
HJ251 Commending the recipients of the 2016 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Awards. passed senate
HJ252 Commending Hallie D. Dinkel. passed senate
HJ253 Commending Dale W. Sisson, Jr. passed senate
HJ254 Commending G. E. Via III. passed senate
HJ255 Commending Wayne A. Acors. passed senate
HJ256 Commending the Westfield High School football team. passed senate
HJ257 Celebrating the life of Joseph D. Exline. passed senate
HJ258 Celebrating the life of Allix Bledsoe James. passed senate
HJ259 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Franklin P. Hall. passed senate
HJ260 Celebrating the life of Maggie Lee Dixon Ingram. passed senate
HJ261 Celebrating the life of Drew St. John Carneal. passed senate
HJ262 Celebrating the life of Ashby B. Allen. passed senate
HJ263 Celebrating the life of George Burbank Walker. passed senate
HJ264 Celebrating the life of Derek Jerrell Henderson. passed senate
HJ265 Commending Marshall W. Butler, Jr. passed senate
HJ266 Commending Mongrel. passed senate
HJ267 Commending the Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority. passed senate
HJ268 Commending Charles Haley. passed senate
HJ269 Celebrating the life of Maxie Lee Broaddus. passed senate
HJ270 Commending Paulino D. Sambat, M.D. passed senate
HJ271 Commending Calvin B. Taylor. passed senate
HJ272 Commending Holiday Lake 4-H Educational Center, Inc. passed senate
HJ273 Commending the Virginia Home for Boys and Girls. passed senate
HJ274 Commending Arlington Thrive. passed senate
HJ275 Commending Joseph R. Price. passed senate
HJ276 Commending Google. passed senate
HJ277 Commending Amy's Amigos. passed senate
HJ278 Commending Bechtel Corporation. passed senate
HJ279 Commending Wiygul Automotive Clinic. passed senate
HJ280 Commending Robert Earl Hamlin. passed senate
HJ281 Commemorating the 250th anniversary of the signing of the Leedstown Resolutions. passed senate
HJ282 Commending Richard F. Sliwoski. passed senate
HJ283 Commending the Honorable Walter A. Stosch. dead
HJ284 Commending the Commonwealth Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. passed senate
HJ285 Commending JoAnn Falletta. passed senate
HJ286 Commending Camden A. Neville. passed senate
HJ287 Commending Bob May. passed senate
HJ288 Commending Patrick J. Coffield. passed senate
HJ289 Commending Shiloh Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ290 Commending A. Lee Ervin. passed senate
HJ291 Commending Bob F. Holton. passed senate
HJ292 Commending Bruce Biehl. passed senate
HJ293 Commending Walter S. Crockett. passed senate
HJ294 Commending the Gordonsville Volunteer Fire Company. passed senate
HJ295 Commending Dennis Ellmer. passed senate
HJ296 Commending Silverback Distillery. passed senate
HJ297 Commending Anne Marie Canali Hermann. passed senate
HJ298 Commending Schaeffer Memorial Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ299 Commending Shannon Zeman. passed senate
HJ300 Commending Kadyn Camper. passed senate
HJ301 Commending J. T. Whitt. passed senate
HJ302 Celebrating the life of William J. Wilde. passed senate
HJ303 Commending James J. L. Stegmaier. passed senate
HJ304 Commending Michael Burnett. passed senate
HJ305 Commending Barbara Massie Mouly. passed senate
HJ306 Commending the Washington Redskins. passed senate
HJ307 Celebrating the life of First Lieutenant Michael Thomas Ziegler, USA. passed senate
HJ308 Commending Baylands Federal Credit Union. passed senate
HJ309 Commending Mount Zion Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ310 Commending Geanina Poff. passed senate
HJ311 Celebrating the life of Ray Wayne Gandee, M.D. passed senate
HJ312 Commending Robert O. Chase. passed senate
HJ313 Celebrating the life of Louis Wendell Hodges. passed senate
HJ314 Celebrating the life of Frank A. Parsons. passed senate
HJ315 Commending Marc Edwards. passed senate
HJ316 Commending George Mason University. passed senate
HJ317 Commending the Honorable Mamye E. BaCote. dead
HJ318 Commending the North Springfield Civic Association. passed senate
HJ319 Commending the Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue. passed senate
HJ320 Commending Melissa S. Peacor. passed senate
HJ321 Commending Flory Small Business Center, Inc. passed senate
HJ322 Commending Chris Mamalis. passed senate
HJ323 Commending Catherine Reames. passed senate
HJ324 Commending Chester W. Stribling. passed senate
HJ325 Commending the Honorable H.F. Haymore, Jr. passed senate
HJ326 Commending the Honorable Samuel W. Swanson, Jr. passed senate
HJ327 Celebrating the life of Antoinette Poulson Williams. passed senate
HJ328 Celebrating the life of Robert Wesley Harrell, Jr. passed senate
HJ329 Celebrating the life of Michael Dean Tuck. passed senate
HJ330 Commending Danna C. Giusti. passed senate
HJ331 Commending Barry Foskit. passed senate
HJ332 Commending Capitol Square. passed senate
HJ333 Commending Robley Shelton Jones. introduced
HJ334 Celebrating the life of Morgan Anthony Ayres. passed senate
HJ335 Celebrating the life of Corporal Harvey Snook III, ACPD. passed senate
HJ336 Year of Shakespeare; designating as 2016. passed senate
HJ337 Commending Springfield Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ338 Celebrating the life of Jack Lewis Hiller. passed senate
HJ339 Commending James D. Campbell. passed senate
HJ340 Commending the Hermitage at Cedarfield. passed senate
HJ341 Commending the Tuskegee Airmen Motorcycle Club of Richmond. passed senate
HJ342 Commending New Deliverance Evangelistic Church. passed senate
HJ343 Commending the Falls Church News-Press. passed senate
HJ344 Commending Micronic Technologies. passed senate
HJ345 Commending The Boeing Company. passed senate
HJ346 Commending Just Neighbors. passed senate
HJ347 Indigenous Peoples Day. passed senate
HJ348 Commending Faith Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ349 Commending First United Methodist Church. passed senate
HJ350 Commending First Presbyterian Church. passed senate
HJ351 Commending the Honorable James Martin Scott. dead
HJ352 Commending the American Association of University Women of Falls Church. passed senate
HJ353 Commending the Unitarian Universalist Church of Roanoke. passed senate
HJ354 Commending the Atlee High School girls' indoor track and field team. passed senate
HJ355 Commending the Atlee High School softball team. passed senate
HJ356 Commending the Atlee High School girls' outdoor track and field. passed senate
HJ357 Commending the Atlee High School archery team. passed senate
HJ358 Commending Pete Koste. passed senate
HJ359 Commending the Virginia Urological Society. dead
HJ360 Commending Randolph College. passed senate
HJ361 Commending the Virginia members of Team USA at the 2015 Pan American Maccabi Games. passed senate
HJ362 Celebrating the life of Colonel Fred V. Cherry, Sr., USAF, Ret. passed senate
HJ363 Commending the Great Falls Grange. passed senate
HJ364 Commending Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts. passed senate
HJ365 Commending the McLean Community Foundation. passed senate
HJ366 Commending McLean Orchestra. passed senate
HJ367 Commending McLean Little League. passed senate
HJ368 Commending 100WomenStrong. passed senate
HJ369 Commending the Polynesian Voyaging Society. passed senate
HJ370 Commending Douglas A. Middleton. passed senate
HJ371 Commending Patrick Henry Elementary School. passed senate
HJ372 Speaker of the House of Delegates; confirming appointments. passed senate
HJ373 Commending the Nansemond River High School wrestling team. passed senate
HJ374 Celebrating the life of Francis Harrison Fife. passed senate
HJ375 Commending Thomas A. Mason. passed senate
HJ376 Celebrating the life of Richard S. Erdt. passed senate
HJ377 Commending the McLean High School wrestling team. passed senate
HJ378 Celebrating the life of John Joseph Brush, M.D. passed senate
HJ379 Commending the Christiansburg High School wrestling team. passed senate
HJ380 Celebrating the life of Dana McLeod. passed senate
HJ381 Commending Rabbi Daniel S. Alexander. passed senate
HJ382 Commending Conner Cummings. passed senate
HJ383 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Madison Ellis Marye. passed senate
HJ384 Commending Central High School. passed senate
HJ385 Commending the Virginia State Historic Preservation Office. dead
HJ386 Commending the Patrick Henry College moot court team. passed senate
HJ387 Commending the Loudoun Valley High School boys' cross country team. passed senate
HJ388 Commending the Loudoun Valley High School golf team. passed senate
HJ389 Commending Drew Hunter. passed senate
HJ390 Commending Katherine Slover. passed senate
HJ391 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Frederick Hillary Creekmore, Sr. passed senate
HJ392 Celebrating the life of Harold S. Lilly, Sr. passed senate
HJ393 Commending Grace Edmondson Harris. passed senate
HJ394 Commending Katie Ruth Langley Williams. passed senate
HJ395 Commending William Bates. passed senate
HJ396 Commending the Robinson Secondary School girls' lacrosse team. passed senate
HJ397 Commending Rock Ridge Performing Arts. passed senate
HJ398 Commending Freedom High School. passed senate
HJ399 Commending the Save 50 Task Force. dead
HJ400 Commending Bluemont Concert Series. passed senate
HJ401 Celebrating the life of Thomas Clay Wood. passed senate
HJ402 Commending Rex Parr. passed senate
HJ403 Commending Jason Steinbaum. passed senate
HJ404 Commending Sean McMurray. passed senate
HJ405 Commending the Magna Vista High School football team. passed senate
HJ406 Commending Jean Merrill. passed senate
HJ407 Commending the Waynesboro Kiwanis Club. passed senate
HJ408 Commending the Heifetz International Music Institute. passed senate
HJ409 Commending Sergeant First Class Charles Martland, USA. passed senate
HJ410 Celebrating the life of Madonna Griffin Cote. passed senate
HJ411 Commending the Rural Retreat High School wrestling team. passed senate
HJ412 Commending Kjell Lindgren. passed senate
HJ413 Commending the 2015 World Police and Fire Games. passed senate
HJ414 Commending the Lake Braddock Secondary School coed cross country team. passed senate
HJ415 Commending Robert Brown, Sr., and Julia Mathis Brown. dead
HJ416 Commending John Mosesso. passed senate
HJ417 Celebrating the life of Mathew Daniel Frank. passed senate
HJ418 Celebrating the life of Tyler Michael Frank. passed senate
HJ419 Commending Thomas Jones. passed senate
HJ420 Commending Falkland Farms. passed senate
HJ421 Commending Justine Klena. passed senate
HJ422 Commending First Colonial High School. passed senate
HJ423 Celebrating the life of Horace Julian Bond. passed senate
HJ424 Election of a Supreme Court of Virginia Justice. passed senate
HJ425 Post-Traumatic Stress Injury Awareness Day. passed senate
HJ426 Commending Joseph S. Paxton. passed senate
HJ427 Commending the Rockingham County Fair. passed senate
HJ428 Commending Larry Shifflett. passed senate
HJ429 Celebrating the life of Jo Ellen Emswiler. passed senate
HJ430 Celebrating the life of Officer Ashley Marie Guindon. passed senate
HJ431 Celebrating the life of David V. Burds. passed senate
HJ432 Commending the Shirlington Employment and Education Center. passed senate
HJ433 Commending the Yorktown High School gymnastics team. passed senate
HJ434 Commending William T. Frazier. passed senate
HJ435 Commending Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services, Inc. passed senate
HJ436 Commending the John Marshall Soil and Water Conservation District. passed senate
HJ437 Commending the Carroll County High School girls' basketball team. passed senate
HJ438 Commending the Carroll County High School girls' junior varsity basketball team. passed senate
HJ439 Commending Timothy John Longo, Sr. passed senate
HJ440 Celebrating the life of C. H. Lafoon. passed senate
HJ441 Celebrating the life of the Honorable William Pierce Hay, Jr. passed senate
HJ442 Celebrating the life of Howard Meredith Campbell. passed senate
HJ443 Commending the Honorable Allen H. Harrison, Jr. passed senate
HJ444 Commending the Honorable Esther L. Wiggins. passed senate
HJ445 Commending the Clintwood High School girls' basketball team. passed senate
HJ446 Commending James Earp. introduced
HJ447 Commending the Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization. passed senate
HJ448 Commending West Springfield High School. passed senate
HJ449 Commending Ronald Trainum. passed senate
HJ450 Commending Macon and Joan Brock. passed senate
HJ451 Commending Chris Perkins. passed senate
HJ452 Commending Saving Sweet Briar, Inc. passed senate
HJ453 Commending Dollar Tree, Inc. passed senate
HJ454 Commending The Basilica of Saint Mary of the Immaculate Conception. passed senate
HJ455 Celebrating the life of Margaret Edwina Clay Crews. passed senate
HJ456 Celebrating the life of Hilda Y. Warden. passed senate
HJ457 Celebrating the life of Sheila Sachs Strauss. passed senate
HJ458 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Antonin Gregory Scalia. passed senate
HJ459 Celebrating the life of Alicia C. Rasin. passed senate
HJ460 Celebrating the life of Gilbert L. Carter. passed senate
HJ461 Celebrating the life of Lettie Coleman Madison. passed senate
HJ462 Commending the Virginia Society of Otolaryngology. passed senate
HJ463 Celebrating the life of the Reverend John Samuel Westbrook, Jr. passed senate
HJ464 Celebrating the life of Geraldine R. Johnson. passed senate
HJ465 Celebrating the life of Noah Purcelle Brown. passed senate
HJ466 Celebrating the life of Joyce Slavin Scher. passed senate
HJ467 Celebrating the life of Stephanie Rochon. passed senate
HJ468 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Leonard W. Lambert, Sr. passed senate
HJ469 Commending Captain Florent Groberg, USA, Ret. passed senate
HJ470 Commending Martha Mason Semmes. passed senate
HJ471 Celebrating the life of Hilton T. Douglas. passed senate
HJ472 Commending the Danville Cancer Association, Inc. passed senate
HJ473 Commending the Carlisle School girls' basketball. passed senate
HJ474 Commending The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company's Danville plant. passed senate
HJ475 Commending Bobby Conner. dead
HJ476 Commending Carla Martindale. passed senate
HJ477 Commending Clare Williams. passed senate
HJ478 Commending Nancy Watson. passed senate
HJ479 Commending the Town of Farmville. passed senate
HJ480 Commending the Honorable Alfreda Talton-Harris. passed senate
HJ481 Commending John Risher, M.D. passed senate
HJ482 Celebrating the life of Gregory Douglas Morrell. passed senate
HJ483 Celebrating the life of Vera Paige Proffitt. passed senate
HJ484 Commending the Junior League of Richmond. passed senate
HJ485 Commending Virginia Capitol Connections. introduced
HJ486 Commending the Reverend Charles Robinson Philips. passed senate
HJ487 Celebrating the life of Carl William Cardwell. passed senate
HJ488 Celebrating the life of Willis F. Davis III. passed senate
HJ489 Commemorating the life and legacy of Gregory Hayes Swanson. passed senate
HJ490 Celebrating the life of Allen Huddleston. passed senate
HJ491 Commending the Carroll County High School softball team. passed senate
HJ492 Celebrating the life of James Douglas Owens. passed senate
HJ493 Commending Dr. Emma Violand-Sanchez. passed senate
HJ494 Commending the West Potomac High School boys' basketball team. passed senate
HJ495 Commending Inova Mount Vernon Hospital. passed senate
HJ496 Celebrating the life of Leslie Ann Goldman. passed senate
HJ497 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Desmond C. Wray, Jr. passed senate
HJ498 Commending Sam Stribling. passed senate
HJ499 Commending Second Mt. Zion Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ500 Commending Concord Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ501 Commending Nola Carolyn Hughes Lindsey. passed senate
HJ502 Commending Janet J. Zitt. passed senate
HJ503 Commending Preddy Funeral Home. passed senate
HJ504 Celebrating the life of James H. Whiting. passed senate
HJ505 Commending Denny Hamlin. passed senate
HJ506 Commending Michael S. Golden. passed senate
HJ507 Commending Doris Valerie Wilson. passed senate
HJ508 Commending Richard Parker. passed senate
HJ509 Commending Kieran Sharpe. passed senate
HJ510 Commending the Old Stone Church Foundation and its United Methodist Church Affiliates. passed senate
HJ511 Commending Richard C. Shickle, Sr. passed senate
HJ512 Commending Bermuda Hundred United Methodist Church. passed senate
HJ513 Commending Green Run Collegiate. passed senate
HJ514 Commending the Hall's Hill/High View Park neighborhood. passed senate
HJ515 Commending the Virginia Community College System. passed senate
HJ516 Commending Stephen L. Sellers. passed senate
HJ517 Commending Paul F. Berge. passed senate
HJ518 Commending the Alexandria Fire Department. passed senate
HJ519 Commending the University of Virginia athletics program. passed senate
HJ520 Celebrating the life of Howard Arthur Pape. passed senate
HJ521 Commending Mudra Arts Center. passed senate
HJ522 Commending Terrence J. Schulte. passed senate
HJ523 Commending W. T. Woodson High School. passed senate
HJ524 Commending the W. T. Woodson High School Deaf Academic Bowl team. passed senate
HJ525 Commending Boy Scout Troop 956. passed senate
HJ526 Commending the George Washington University School of Nursing. passed senate
HJ527 Commending the Loudoun County Public Schools Student Records Department. passed senate
HJ528 Commending Everybody Code Now! passed senate
HJ529 Commending Frankie Hogan. passed senate
HJ530 Commending Jane Armstrong. passed senate
HJ531 Commending Albert K. Rawley, Jr. passed senate
HJ532 Celebrating the life of Maynard Randolph Reynolds. passed senate
HJ533 Celebrating the life of Sergeant First Class Raymond K. McMillian. passed senate
HJ534 Commending Spotsylvania High School. passed senate
HJ535 Commending Helen Montague Foster, M.D. passed senate
HJ536 Judges; election in circuit court, general district court, etc. passed senate
HJ537 Judges; election in Court of Appeals, general district court, etc. passed senate
HR1 Celebrating the life of Allen Oat Woody III. passed house
HR2 Commending the Greater Manassas Baseball League 8U All-star softball team. passed house
HR3 Commemorating the life and legacy of Gilbert Keith Chesterton. passed house
HR4 Commending the Central High School girls' basketball team. passed house
HR5 Commending McGee Grocery Store. passed house
HR6 Celebrating the life of Edward E. Epperson. passed house
HR7 Commending Bryant Baptist Church. passed house
HR8 Commending the Deep Run High School golf team. passed house
HR9 Commending Donnie E. Wheatley. passed house
HR10 Celebrating the life of William R. White. passed house
HR11 Commending Edward Frankenstein. passed house
HR12 Commending Poole's Funeral Home. passed house
HR13 Celebrating the life of Luther B. Vick, Jr. passed house
HR14 Celebrating the life of Fred Rabil. passed house
HR15 Commending South Quay Baptist Church. passed house
HR16 Celebrating the life of Everett Worrell, Jr. passed house
HR17 Celebrating the life of Gail Drewery Brock. passed house
HR18 Celebrating the life of Ernest B. Gatten, Jr. passed house
HR19 Beginning of life; life of human person commences at conception etc. dead
HR20 Commending Marisa Pappas. passed house
HR21 Commending Regina Meredith. passed house
HR22 Commending the Woman's Club of Smithfield. passed house
HR23 Commending Tony Rice. passed house
HR24 Commending Natalie DiFusco-Funk. passed house
HR25 Commending the Cave Spring High School girls' tennis team. passed house
HR26 Commending James E. Lindsey, Sr. passed house
HR27 Commending Patricia Lee Ramey. passed house
HR28 Commending the Nansemond-Suffolk Academy football team. passed house
HR29 Commending the Isle of Wight Academy football team. passed house
HR30 Commending James. J. Roberts. passed house
HR31 Celebrating the life of Richard Langley Settle, Jr. passed house
HR32 Celebrating the life of Moses Malone. passed house
HR33 Celebrating the life of Monsignor William L. Pitt, Jr. passed house
HR34 Commending the Hickory High School wrestling team. passed house
HR35 Commending the Hickory High School gymnastics team. passed house
HR36 Commending the Hickory High School girls' swim team. passed house
HR37 Commending Seldon Wright. passed house
HR38 Commending Craig Blackman. passed house
HR39 Commending the Lord Botetourt High School football team. passed house
HR40 Commending the Archer family. passed house
HR41 Commending Heidi Ketler. passed house
HR42 Commending Goochland County Public Schools. passed house
HR43 Celebrating the life of John Amos Stillwell. passed house
HR44 Celebrating the life of Quentin Thomas Alcorn. passed house
HR45 Celebrating the life of Harry Gilbert Miller III. passed house
HR46 Commending Doug and Ann Farmer. passed house
HR47 Celebrating the life of Terence Jerome Boulden. passed house
HR48 Commending Mikey Flint. passed house
HR49 Commending Woody Henderson. passed house
HR50 Commending H.B. Gee, Jr. passed house
HR51 Commending Ed Moore. passed house
HR52 Commending Jacob Clopton. passed house
HR53 Commending Joseph Stribling. passed house
HR54 Commending Neil Stribling. passed house
HR55 Commending Eddie Payne. passed house
HR56 Commending Brenda Payne. passed house
HR57 Commending Hilleary Bogley. passed house
HR58 Commending Amelia Stansell. passed house
HR59 Celebrating the life of Samuel Murray Butler. passed house
HR60 House of Delegates; establishes Rules for 2016-2017 Sessions of the General Assembly. passed house
HR61 Commending Elton J. Wade, Sr. passed house
HR62 Commending the New Kent High School golf team. passed house
HR63 Celebrating the life of Phoebe Marion Fitz Wallace. passed house
HR64 Commending the Prince William County Bar Association, Inc. passed house
HR65 Commending the 2016 inductees into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame. passed house
HR66 Celebrating the life of Wilbur Macon Whitson. passed house
HR67 Commending Arthur P. Bushnell. passed house
HR68 Commending Daniel Hillenburg. passed house
HR69 Commending West Springfield High School. introduced
HR70 Commending the Robinson Secondary School girls' lacrosse team. introduced
HR71 House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed house
HR72 Commemorating the life and legacy of Nathaniel Lee Hawthorne. passed house
HR73 House Ethics Advisory Panel; nominations by the Speaker of the House of Delegates. passed house
HR74 Commending Faye Eubank. passed house
HR75 Commending religious liberty and freedom from political persecution. passed house
HR76 Celebrating the life of Irvine Byrd Hill. passed house
HR77 Celebrating the life of Howard Wilbur Jones, Jr., M.D. passed house
HR78 Commending the Richmond Journal of Law and the Public Interest. passed house
HR79 Celebrating the life of Virginia Marie Dodson. passed house
HR80 Judge; nomination for election to Court of Appeals. passed house
HR81 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed house
HR82 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed house
HR83 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile & domestic relations district court. passed house
HR84 State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed house
HR85 Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed house
HR86 Commending the Reverend Dr. Lehman D. Bates II. passed house
HR87 Commending Kathleen S. Kilpatrick. passed house
HR88 Commending High Street Baptist Church. passed house
HR89 Commending Charles Larry Pope. passed house
HR90 Commending Elizabeth S. Tai. passed house
HR91 Commending the Virginia Living Museum. passed house
HR92 Commending the Stone Bridge High School boys' cross country team. passed house
HR93 Commending the Stone Bridge High School girls' volleyball team. passed house
HR94 Commending the Civil Air Patrol Virginia Wing. passed house
HR95 Commending the United States Colored Troops Descendants. passed house
HR96 Commending the Town of Tazewell. passed house
HR97 Celebrating the life of Eleanor Jane Friel. passed house
HR98 Commending Kenbridge Emergency Squad. passed house
HR99 Commending Victoria Fire and Rescue Company. passed house
HR100 Commending the Riverside High School girls' volleyball team. passed house
HR101 Commending Calvary Baptist Church. passed house
HR102 Commending Abram Baer. passed house
HR103 Commending Sean Hardy. passed house
HR104 Commending Sam Oravec. passed house
HR105 Commending the Emporia Rotary Club. passed house
HR106 Commending Louise Thornton. passed house
HR107 Celebrating the life of Em Bowles Locker Alsop. passed house
HR108 Celebrating the life of Richard Warren Turner. passed house
HR109 Celebrating the life of Charles Morris Terry, Jr. passed house
HR110 Celebrating the life of C. Edwin Estes. passed house
HR111 Commending the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities. passed house
HR112 Commending Charles Hall. passed house
HR113 Celebrating the life of Joseph Charles King. passed house
HR114 Commending Lauren Osborn. passed house
HR115 Commending Mary Anna Toms Broadbent. passed house
HR116 Commending the Briar Woods High School cheerleading team. passed house
HR117 Celebrating the life of Russell C. Schools. passed house
HR118 Celebrating the life of Edna B. Ipson. passed house
HR119 Commending Dennis Riddick. passed house
HR120 Commending Riverside Regional Medical Center. passed house
HR121 Commending John Cataldo. passed house
HR122 Commending Canon Virginia, Inc. passed house
HR123 Commending Loudoun County Public Schools. passed house
HR124 Commending James C. Vaughan. passed house
HR125 Commending Alice Carol Maitland. passed house
HR126 Commending Alexis Grandis. passed house
HR127 Commending debra of America. passed house
HR128 Commending Dana Reinboldt. passed house
HR129 Commending Goochland Middle School. passed house
HR130 Celebrating the life of John Stewart Bryan III. passed house
HR131 Commending Robert Michael Chandler. passed house
HR132 Commending Robert G. Moore III. passed house
HR133 Commending Mill Run Elementary School. passed house
HR134 Commending Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator Edward Byers. passed house
HR135 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Charles Walter Gibson. passed house
HR136 Commending John Glaser. passed house
HR137 Commending Jeff Dudley. passed house
HR138 Commending Tim Guthrie. passed house
HR139 Celebrating the life of Harold Lloyd Johnston, Sr. passed house
HR140 Commending the Farmwell Station Middle School Family and Consumer Sciences students. passed house
HR141 Recognizing the influence of Christian heritage in Virginia. in committee
HR142 Commending Mars Hill African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church. passed house
HR143 Commending the Hanover Ruritan Club. passed house
HR144 Celebrating the life of John G. Zehmer, Jr. passed house
HR145 Commending Jennifer L. Braaten. passed house
HR146 Commending the Loudoun County Department of Fire, Rescue and Emergency Management. passed house
HR147 Commending Sara Christie. passed house
HR148 Commending Rebecca T. Dickson. passed house
HR149 Commending the Lewis B. Puller, Jr. Veterans Benefits Clinic. passed house
HR150 Commending the Brandon Heights Fourth of July Parade. passed house
HR151 Celebrating the life of James A. Bill. passed house
HR152 Celebrating the life of Joseph John DellaVecchio, Jr. passed house
HR153 Commending Tiffany Faucette. passed house
HR154 Commending Red Hart. passed house
HR155 Commemorating the 240th anniversary of the Queen Annes Minutemen march. passed house
HR156 Commending Nancy Stafford. passed house
HR157 Commending Alexander Perdue. passed house
HR158 Commending the Honorable Charlie Caple, Jr. passed house
HR159 Commending the Abingdon High School golf team. passed house
HR160 Commending the Eastside High School one-act play team. passed house
HR161 Commending the Lebanon High School Real World Design Challenge team. passed house
HR162 Commending Law Enforcement United. passed house
HR163 Commending the Riverside High School gymnastics team. passed house
HR164 Commending St. Mary's Hospital. passed house
HR165 Celebrating the life of Eugene Larry Helmick. passed house
HR166 Commending the Broad Run High School wrestling team. passed house
HR167 Commending the George Washington University Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders Institute. passed house
HR168 Commending Leadership Loudoun. passed house
HR169 Celebrating the life of Robert P. Hunt. passed house
HR170 Commending Elise L. Emanuel. passed house
HR171 Commending G. Wayne Pike. passed house
HR172 Celebrating the life of Jay Cochran, Jr. passed house
HR173 Commending the National Education Association Read Across America program. passed house
HR174 Commending Joe Agee. passed house
HR175 Commending the Greater Manassas Volunteer Rescue Squad. passed house
HR176 Celebrating the life of Richard Earl Anderson. passed house
HR177 Commending the Briar Woods High School girls' swim team. passed house
HR178 Commending the Briar Woods High School boys swim team. passed house
HR179 Commending Anthony J. Muz, M.D. passed house
HR180 Commending the Gloucester High School girls' field hockey team. passed house
HR181 Commending Jack Tarr. passed house
HR182 Commending Terry Howard. passed house
HR183 Commending the Honorable John C. Watkins. passed house
HR184 Commending the Ridgeview High School robotics team. passed house
HR185 Commending the Virginia Arts Festival. passed house
HR186 Commending the Newport News Rotary Club. passed house
HR187 Commending the Stokes family. passed house
HR188 Nominating a person to be elected as a justice of the Supreme Court of Virginia. in committee
HR189 Commending Austin Haycox. passed house
HR190 Commending David A. Kaechele. passed house
HR191 Commending George G. Belfield, Jr. passed house
HR192 Commending Brooks Miles Barnes. passed house
HR193 Celebrating the life of Major General Lloyd B. Ramsey, USA, Ret. passed house
HR194 Commending Claire Seibel. passed house
HR195 Commending Frank Green. passed house
HR196 Commending the Stone Bridge High School hockey team. passed house
HR197 Celebrating the life of Keith Marshall de la Cruz. passed house
HR198 Celebrating the life of Ruth Anne Elizabeth Agnor Upshaw Herring. passed house
HR199 Commending Claire Nguyen. passed house
HR200 Commending the Team Ashburn Synchronized Skating program. passed house
HR201 Celebrating the life of Chief Petty Officer Louge Gunn, USN, Ret. passed house
HR202 Commending John Alderson. passed house
HR203 Commending the Virginia Daughters of the American Revolution Botetourt Chapter. passed house
HR204 Commending the Virginia Peninsula Foodbank. passed house
HR205 Celebrating the life of Mary Aylett Creath Payne. passed house
HR206 Commending the Honorable Thomas Davis Rust. passed house
HR207 Commending Memory Porter. passed house
HR208 Commending Deputy Chris Sigley. passed house
HR209 Commending the Lower King and Queen Volunteer Fire and EMS Department. passed house
HR210 Commending Vanderhyde Dairy, Inc. passed house
HR211 Commending the Newport News Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism. passed house
HR212 Commending the Reverend Dr. Corey L. Brown. passed house
HR213 Nominating a person to be elected as a justice of the Supreme Court of Virginia. passed house
HR214 Commending the Reverend Dr. Kevin G. Swann. passed house
HR215 Commending the Sully Historic Site. passed house
HR216 Commending the Honaker High School academic team. passed house
HR217 Commending Digby A. Solomon. passed house
HR218 Commending Burgundy Farm Country Day School. passed house
HR219 Commending the Fairfax, City of, Independence Day Parade. passed house
HR220 Celebrating the life of Walter Willson Craigie, Jr. passed house
HR221 Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships. passed house
HR222 Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships. passed house
HR223 Nominating persons to be elected to juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeships. passed house
HR224 Nominating a person to be elected a member of the Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission. passed house
HR225 Celebrating the life of Charles Edward Camper. passed house
HR226 Celebrating the life of Sergeant John R. Riddle, USA. passed house
HR227 Commending Abbitt Realty. passed house
HR228 Commending Lonnie Blow, Jr. passed house
HR229 Commending Gregory Hood. passed house
HR230 Commending Mark A. Merrell. passed house
HR231 Commending the Oakton High School girls' basketball team. passed house
HR232 Commending Corey Thornblad. passed house
HR233 Commending the Vienna Jammers. passed house
HR234 Commending the Womens Center. passed house
HR235 Commending Landon R. Worsham. passed house
HR236 Commending Mildred Jane Worsham. passed house
HR237 Commending First Baptist Church of Coolwell. passed house
HR238 Celebrating the life of Viola Lorena Litz Addison. passed house
HR239 Celebrating the life of Georgia Massengill Warren. passed house
HR240 Celebrating the life of Charles Lee Burwell. passed house
HR241 Commending Virginia Engine Company No. 9. passed house
HR242 Nominating a person to be elected as a justice of the Supreme Court of Virginia. passed house
HR243 Celebrating the life of James Edward Earp, Sr. passed house
HR244 Celebrating the life of Julia Melton Thornton. passed house
HR245 Celebrating the life of William Roger Mutt Neece. passed house
HR246 Celebrating the life of Kathleen Ellen Robinson Taylor. passed house
HR247 Celebrating the life of Omer Mason Bunn. passed house
HR248 Commending James K. Spore. passed house
HR249 Commending Bruce W. Edwards. passed house
HR250 Commending the High School League of the Peninsula Conference of Rugby Virginia. passed house
HR251 Commending the Fauquier High School academic team. passed house
HR252 Commending the Rappahannock County High School wrestling team. passed house
HR253 Commending the Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative. passed house
HR254 Commending Sally Lay. passed house
HR255 Commending the Herndon High School girls' basketball team. passed house
HR256 Celebrating the life of James Edward Cozart. passed house
HR257 Celebrating the life of James Carter Lambert. passed house
HR258 Celebrating the life of Wilfredo Osorio Darang. passed house
HR259 Celebrating the life of Criselda dela Cruz Fernandez. passed house
HR260 Commending the Korea Times and Korea Daily. passed house
HR261 Commending Consul General Do Ho Kang. passed house
HR262 Commending Malcolm Moses Brogdon. passed house
HR263 Nominating a person to be elected to the Court of Appeals of Virginia. passed house
HR264 Commemorating the 235th anniversary of the defense of Richmond in 1781. passed house
HR265 Nominating a person to be elected to a juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeship passed house
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SB1 Excise tax on peanuts. signed by governor
SB2 Incapacitated person; public guardian or conservator acting as trustee for trust. in committee
SB3 Building Revitalization Grant Fund; created, report. in committee
SB4 Weekend jail time; replaces the provision limiting nonconsecutive days. passed house
SB5 Virginia Retirement System; increases health insurance credits for certain retired employees. dead
SB6 Private animal shelters; reporting euthanasia. in committee
SB7 Appointed counsel for parents or guardians; attorneys who qualify as guardian ad litem. signed by governor
SB8 Payday loan offices and motor vehicle title loan offices; distance from casino facility. dead
SB9 Civil immunity; forcible entry of motor vehicle to remove unattended companion animal. passed
SB10 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. in committee
SB11 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; prohibited publication of registrant employment. dead
SB12 Public employment; prohibited discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. dead
SB13 General Assembly members; prohibited conduct. dead
SB14 General Assembly; testimony under oath before committee or subcommittee. dead
SB15 Economic development, local; transfer of taxes to qualified locality. passed committee
SB16 Passing stopped school buses; mailing of summons. incorporated
SB17 STEM programs; grants for donations to programs at qualified schools. in subcommittee
SB18 Companion animals; surgical sterilization program. in committee
SB19 Telemedicine; pilot program. dead
SB20 Patient-Centered Medical Home Advisory Council; established. passed committee
SB21 Clean Power Plan; state implementation plan; General Assembly approval. vetoed by governor
SB22 Police and court records; expungement of certain offenses. dead
SB23 Grand larceny and certain property crimes; increases threshold amount of money taken, etc. dead
SB24 MMIE projects; Virginia Public Building authorized to finance. dead
SB25 General illumination lights; motorcycles. signed by governor
SB26 Problem-Solving Docket Act; established, report. in committee
SB27 Servicemembers Civil Relief Act; appointed counsel may issue subpoena for all discoverable files. passed
SB28 Virginia Sports Hall of Fame; created, report. dead
SB29 Budget Bill. dead
SB30 Budget Bill. dead
SB31 Virginia Interim Redistricting Commission; criteria for remedial redistricting plans. dead
SB32 Virginia Casino Gaming Commission; regulation of casino gaming, penalties. dead
SB33 Virginia Casino Gaming Commission; regulation of casino gaming, penalties. dead
SB34 Virginia Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming, penalties. dead
SB35 Vehicle registration fees; funds allocated to Department of State Police. passed committee
SB36 State Police, Department of; appointment of supervisory officers. dead
SB37 Black vultures; control of those that pose danger to agricultural animals, etc. signed by governor
SB38 General Services, Department of; animals trained for police work. signed by governor
SB39 Alcoholic beverages; unlawful transport by persons who are under age 21, penalty. passed house
SB40 Marriage licenses; issuance of license by State Registrar of Vital Records, conscience clause. dead
SB41 Religious freedom; marriage solemnization, participation, and beliefs. vetoed by governor
SB42 Buying, receiving, or concealing stolen goods; adds the word 'knowingly' to the statute. dead
SB43 Municipal elections; clarifies that a city or town may move the time of its local elections. signed by governor
SB44 Coal tax; limits aggregate amount of credits that may be allocated or claimed for employment, etc. vetoed by governor
SB45 License plates, special; removes prohibition of logo, etc., of Sons of Confederate Veterans plates. dead
SB46 Commonwealth Space Flight Fund; extends transfer of funds through fiscal year 2023-2024. signed by governor
SB47 Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission; local representation. incorporated
SB48 Concealed handgun; person may carry concealed without permit if otherwise eligible to obtain permit. dead
SB49 Protective orders; possession of firearms, penalty. signed by governor
SB50 Courthouse and courtroom security; assessment. dead
SB51 Virginia Retirement System; technical corrections to programs. signed by governor
SB52 Virginia Student Loan Refinancing Authority; established, report. in subcommittee
SB53 Ultrasound prior to abortion. in committee
SB54 Payday loans; permitted interest. dead
SB55 Disposable plastic shopping bags; local option to prohibit distribution. dead
SB56 Grass, weeds, and other foreign growth; local cutting ordinances include overgrown shrubs and trees. dead
SB57 Judges; increases number in 19th and 25th Judicial Districts. passed
SB58 Research and development expenses; modifies the existing tax credits. signed by governor
SB59 Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria for drawing districts. dead
SB60 Commonwealth of Virginia Transform I-66 Corridor Outside the Beltway Bond Act of 2016; created. in subcommittee
SB61 Commonwealth of Virginia Institutions of Higher Education Bond Act of 2016; created. passed
SB62 Electoral College; allocation of electoral votes. dead
SB63 Clerks of court; money to be deposited into interest-bearing accounts. in committee
SB64 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain data centers. passed
SB65 Virginia Sickness and Disability Program; open enrollment period. in committee
SB66 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses, accommodation, penalty. in committee
SB67 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices, sexual orientation, etc. dead
SB68 Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older. incorporated
SB69 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification. in subcommittee
SB70 Pendente lite support award; source of award. signed by governor
SB71 Divorce; entry of decrees, maintenance and support of spouses. signed by governor
SB72 Jury trial; scheduling. dead
SB73 Lawyers; client accounts. in committee
SB74 Passing stopped school buses; mailing of summons. incorporated
SB75 Service of process; eliminates prohibition of process on Sunday. dead
SB76 Service of process; common interest communities. dead
SB77 Filing fees; motions to modify custody or visitation orders. dead
SB78 Voluntary boundary agreements within Loudoun County; attachment of GIS map. signed by governor
SB79 Fire or rescue volunteers; mental health treatment, funding by locality. signed by governor
SB80 Tree conservation; adoption of ordinances in Planning District 8. stricken
SB81 Campus sexual assault investigations; Department of Criminal Justice Services to develop curriculum. dead
SB82 Hate crimes; reporting to State Police. dead
SB83 Higher educational institutions; required agreements with law enforcement. signed by governor
SB84 Absentee voting; postage prepaid on envelope for return of absentee ballot. dead
SB85 Public utilities; regulation of rates and service, procedures of the State Corporation Commission. signed by governor
SB86 Sexual abuse of certain children; penalty. dead
SB87 Circuit court clerks; disaster plan for recovery of any land record maintained electronically. signed by governor
SB88 Minimum wage; increases wage from its current federally mandated level to $8 per hour. dead
SB89 Electoral boards, local; minutes required to be posted on website. signed by governor
SB90 Discovery rule; statute of limitations. signed by governor
SB91 Emergency medical services agencies; registration of vehicles owned or used by agencies. signed by governor
SB92 Workers' compensation; disease presumption for correctional officers. dead
SB93 Correctional Officer Procedural Guarantee Act; created. in subcommittee
SB94 Juvenile offenders; sentence modification. dead
SB95 Use of firearm in commission of crime; civil liability. dead
SB96 Protective orders; possession of firearms; penalty. incorporated
SB97 Handguns; establishes limitation on purchases, penalty. dead
SB98 Management of menhaden. dead
SB99 Real property tax; exemption on residence of spouse of military service member killed in action. signed by governor
SB100 Charitable gaming; limits audit and administration fee of charitable organization. passed committee
SB101 Police and court records; expungement of records. in committee
SB102 Marine Resources Commission; increases membership. stricken
SB103 Hopewell, City of; charter, passage of emergency measures, Hopewell Water Renewal Commission. signed by governor
SB104 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple possession, reduces penalties for distribution. dead
SB105 Virginia Housing Trust Fund; revenue deposits. in committee
SB106 Absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person. dead
SB107 Designating the Trooper Nathan-Michael W. Smith Memorial Bridge. signed by governor
SB108 Forfeiture of property used in connection with the commission of crimes; finding of guilt required. dead
SB109 Eminent domain proceedings; commissioners to be summoned at least 30 days prior to service. signed by governor
SB110 Temporary injunctions; factors for consideration. dead
SB111 Punitive damages; raises cap for any action accruing on or after July 1, 2016. dead
SB112 NVTA; use of certain funds for sidewalk projects. dead
SB113 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; membership composition. dead
SB114 Plastic bags; tax imposed in Chesapeake Bay Watershed. dead
SB115 Income tax, state; repeals personal tax credit for contributions to political candidates. signed by governor
SB116 Virginia-Korea Advisory Board; established, report, sunset provision. dead
SB117 Motor vehicle doors; operator to wait for a reasonable opportunity to open. passed
SB118 Ground water conservation incentive program; State Water Control Bd. to establish voluntary program. stricken
SB119 Small Business; changes in definition, regulation by U.S. Small Business Administration. in committee
SB120 Passing stopped school buses; mailing of summons, rebutting presumption. passed
SB121 Senator George M. Warren Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 670 bridge in Washington County. stricken
SB122 Charter; Town of Damascus. enacted
SB123 Newborn calves; certification of calf receiving colostrum. dead
SB124 Parole; transition assistance prior to parole or release. signed by governor
SB125 Punitive damages; persons injured by intoxicated drivers. signed by governor
SB126 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage licenses for certain properties. passed
SB127 Uniform Powers of Appointment Act; codification of Act. signed by governor
SB128 Personal injury and wrongful death actions; disclosure of physical address of insured person. signed by governor
SB129 Minimum wage; increases minimum wage from its current federally mandated level to $8.00 per hour. dead
SB130 Mandatory minimum punishments; repeals Code section that defines 'mandatory minimum.' dead
SB131 Prostitution; affirmative defense. dead
SB132 Minor; abduction for purpose of prostitution. dead
SB133 Trafficking in persons; civil cause of action. signed by governor
SB134 Fire or rescue volunteers; mental health treatment; funding by locality. incorporated
SB135 Human trafficking training; DCJS to establish for law-enforcement, etc. passed committee
SB136 Electrical transmission line siting; SCC to hold hearing when requested by locality. signed by governor
SB137 Absentee ballots; electronic transmission by general registrars. signed by governor
SB138 Firearms dealer; local regulation, proximity to schools. dead
SB139 Electric utility regulation; agricultural net energy metering. in committee
SB140 Electric utilities; net energy metering, standby charges. in committee
SB141 Tow truck drivers and towing and recovery operators; complaints by consumers. stricken
SB142 Solar thermal system; tax credit. in committee
SB143 Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older. incorporated
SB144 Prostitution; court may defer and dismiss a first-offense charge of solicitation. dead
SB145 Marriage license; authorization to designate marriage officiant. dead
SB146 Judges; increases number in circuit court in 23rd Judicial Circuit District. dead
SB147 Judges; increases number in district court in 23rd Judicial District. dead
SB148 Renewable energy; SCC to establish third-party power purchase agreements. incorporated
SB149 Health insurance plan, local option; participation of regional emergency medical services councils. in committee
SB150 Virginia Public Procurement Act; procurement of information technology goods & service. signed by governor
SB151 Teachers; expenses tax credit for materials used in teaching. dead
SB152 Sale of furs and animal parts; adoption of regulations. signed by governor
SB153 Orange County; taxes for certain local improvements. dead
SB154 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage licenses, performing arts facilities. passed
SB155 Cigarette taxes; increase of tax in Fairfax and Arlington Counties. dead
SB156 Concealed handgun permit; family member who resides with applicant may submit statement to court. in committee
SB157 Virginia adjusted gross income; sale of certain crops by farmers to craft breweries. in committee
SB158 Sexual assault investigations; collection and storage of evidence. incorporated
SB159 Campus police departments; retention and storage of physical evidence recovery kits. incorporated
SB160 Transient occupancy tax; reinstates authority of Arlington County to impose. signed by governor
SB161 Research and development; modifies expense tax credits. incorporated
SB162 Family violence fatality review teams; definition of fatal family violence incident. signed by governor
SB163 Driving in flooded areas; localities may by ordinance prohibit, penalties. signed by governor
SB164 Consumer finance loans; rate of interest. dead
SB165 Open-end credit agreements; sellers of certain goods to extend credit. dead
SB166 Motor vehicle title lenders; narrows exemption for consumer finance companies. dead
SB167 Consumer finance companies; annual reports. dead
SB168 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; adjusts annual supplement. in committee
SB169 Virginia Public Procurement Act; Request for Proposals for architectural or engineering services. signed by governor
SB170 Nonsuits; tolling of limitations, contractual limitation periods. signed by governor
SB171 Insurance; jury award of attorney fees for bad faith. dead
SB172 Foreign entities; consent to jurisdiction & service of summons for witness or subpoena duces tecum. dead
SB173 Child custody or visitation; filing single petition. dead
SB174 Adultery; reduces penalty to a civil penalty. dead
SB175 Concealed handgun permits; sharing of information. dead
SB176 Organ donation; indication consent to remain on driver's license. signed by governor
SB177 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount of money taken, etc., to $1,000. incorporated
SB178 Concealed handgun permits; reciprocity with other states. in committee
SB179 Small Business Investment Grant Fund; administration, qualifications. passed
SB180 Prostitution; juveniles engaged in commercial sexual conduct, participation in specialized services. dead
SB181 Augmented estate; elective share of surviving spouse. signed by governor
SB182 Local gas road improvement & Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority tax; use of revenues. signed by governor
SB183 Health insurance; removes prohibition on provision of abortion coverage. dead
SB184 Firearms magazines, certain; prohibition of sale, transfer, etc., penalties. dead
SB185 Firearms, loaded; prohibits carrying certain firearms in public places, exception. dead
SB186 Concealed handgun permits; proof of competence, training courses. dead
SB187 Transfer of firearms; permit required. in committee
SB188 Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older. dead
SB189 Payday loans; permitted interest. incorporated
SB190 Voting systems; prohibits use of direct recording electronic machines (DREs) after July 1, 2020. passed
SB191 Voter referendum; independent redistricting commission. dead
SB192 Automobile, commercial liability, and homeowners insurance policies; notices. signed by governor
SB193 Unfair claim settlement practices; appraisal of automobile repair costs. signed by governor
SB194 Police and court records; expungement of records. in committee
SB195 Bicycles, electric personal assistive mobility devices, etc.; requirement of red rear lights. stricken
SB196 Tax returns; subject to perjury, penalty. dead
SB197 Interstate 73 Corridor Development Fund and Program; created. in subcommittee
SB198 Concealed weapons; adds any employee with internal investigations authority designated by DOC. signed by governor
SB199 Transfer of firearms; criminal history record information check, penalties. dead
SB200 Qualified equity and subordinated debt investments; raises cap on total amount of credits. in committee
SB201 Division of fees among physicians. signed by governor
SB202 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; disclosure of salaries of public employees. dead
SB203 Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments. in subcommittee
SB204 Real estate settlement agents; adds to provisions relating to agents, 'closing disclosure.' passed
SB205 Handguns; purchase by certain officers. signed by governor
SB206 Administrative Process Act; ex parte communications. passed
SB207 Administrative Process Act; reconsideration of formal hearings, litigated issues, report. passed
SB208 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; authorizes use of consumer fireworks, penalties. dead
SB209 State Corporation Commission; insurance assessments. signed by governor
SB210 Automobile clubs; repeals provisions relating to licensure and operations. signed by governor
SB211 Public schools; physical activity requirement for students in grades kindergarten through five. signed by governor
SB212 Health regulatory boards; membership and terms. signed by governor
SB213 Conflicts of Interests Acts, State and Local Government and General Assembly, etc.; exemptions. incorporated
SB214 Firearms; Terrorist Screening Database check prior to purchase. in committee
SB215 Juvenile detention homes and correctional facilities; room segregation. dead
SB216 Parole; limitation on the application of parole statutes. dead
SB217 Firearm or pneumatic gun; allowing access by children age six or younger, penalty. dead
SB218 Business license taxes; limitation on gross receipts for staffing firms. dead
SB219 Purse net fishing prohibited. dead
SB220 Firearm transfers; penalties. dead
SB221 Discrimination between employees on the basis of sex; payment of wages. dead
SB222 Voter registration; automatic voter registration. stricken
SB223 New sentencing hearing; abolition of parole. dead
SB224 Public schools; prohibited use of tobacco products on school bus, etc. dead
SB225 Autism Advisory Council; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
SB226 Grand larceny and certain property crimes; increases threshold amount of money taken, etc. incorporated
SB227 Environmental Quality, Department of; toxic waste site inventory. dead
SB228 Environmental Quality, Department of; raises civil penalty that may be included with a special order dead
SB229 U. S. of America and the Commonwealth of Virginia; purchase of flags by public bodies. signed by governor
SB230 Income tax withholding; employer penalties. passed
SB231 Virginia Indoor Clean Air Act; e-cigarettes. dead
SB232 Capital outlay plan; revises six-year plan for projects. in subcommittee
SB233 Recognition of EMS Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact. signed by governor
SB234 Interstate 66; tolls on existing components east of mile marker 67 prohibited. dead
SB235 Larceny and property crimes; threshold. incorporated
SB236 Government Data Collection & Dissemination Practices Act; collection & use of personal information. in subcommittee
SB237 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; condemnation of common area. passed house
SB238 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; home-based businesses. dead
SB239 Workers' compensation; recovering damages from other party. stricken
SB240 Virginia Tort Claims Act; electronic filing when notice filed with Department of Transportation. passed
SB241 Service of process, substituted; served on registered agent of a corporation. signed by governor
SB242 Charitable Gaming Board; powers and duties, Charitable Gaming Fund established. stricken
SB243 Sex offender registry; electronic identification information, registration requirements. dead
SB244 Fuels tax, local; authorizes localities to impose. dead
SB245 Comprehensive community colleges; dual enrollment of students into Career Pathways program. passed
SB246 STEM Competition Team Grant Program and Fund; established, created. passed
SB247 Search warrants; issuance for any person to be arrested for whom warrant, etc., has been issued. dead
SB248 Minors; authority to consent to physical evidence recovery kit examination. signed by governor
SB249 Financial exploitation of adults; documentation referred to local law-enforcement agency. signed by governor
SB250 Local school boards; transportation agreements with nonpublic schools. signed by governor
SB251 Legal notices; advertisement of by certain towns. dead
SB252 Century forest program; State Forester to establish program to honor certain families, eligibility. signed by governor
SB253 Confidentiality of information about victims of certain crimes. passed house
SB254 Oyster grounds; assignment or transfer by VMRC of grounds in Lynnhaven River. stricken
SB255 Toll relief; Department of Transportation to study. in committee
SB256 High-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes; statute of limitations on penalties. dead
SB257 HOV and HOT lanes; penalties, increased fines for subsequent offenses. incorporated
SB258 Commonwealth Transportation Board; voting weighted by population. dead
SB259 Persons involuntarily admitted or ordered to outpatient treatment; purchase, etc., of ammunition. dead
SB260 Concealed handgun permit; disqualifications, residential mental health or substance abuse treatment. dead
SB261 Driving under influence; private property. dead
SB262 Conversion therapy prohibited. dead
SB263 Firearms; purchase by persons intending to commit act of terrorism, penalty. in committee
SB264 Nurse practitioners; practicing outside of a patient care team. signed by governor
SB265 Nurse Licensure Compact; current Compact replaced with a revised version. signed by governor
SB266 Sheriffs; standard vehicle markings. signed by governor
SB267 Conversion therapy; prohibited. dead
SB268 Animal disease violations; criminal and civil penalties. passed
SB269 Social Services, State Board of; amends requirements governing composition of membership. stricken
SB270 Sanctuary policies; U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainers. passed
SB271 Adoption; leave benefit. in subcommittee
SB272 Service of process, substituted; member of party's household. dead
SB273 Defrauding certain businesses; penalty. dead
SB274 Paid sick days for employees; civil penalties. dead
SB275 Local school boards; transportation agreements with nonpublic schools. incorporated
SB276 Child protective services, local; reporting. stricken
SB277 Northern Virginia Transportation Commission; increases membership. passed
SB278 Child welfare agencies; background checks for volunteers and employees. passed
SB279 School divisions, certain; development of plan to fund and phase in full-day kindergarten. dead
SB280 Herndon, Town of; amending charter, boundary description. signed by governor
SB281 Herndon, Town of; amending charter, removes certain powers of mayor. signed by governor
SB282 Virginia Shoreline Resiliency Fund; established, annual audit of Virginia Resources Authority. passed
SB283 Crab pots; recreational gear license, turtle excluder device. signed by governor
SB284 Oysters; taking for recreational use. signed by governor
SB285 Bail appeal; presumption against bail. passed
SB286 Motor vehicles; vehicles not to be equipped with televisions and video within view of driver. signed by governor
SB287 Prescription Monitoring Program; reports by dispensers shall be made within 24 hours or next day. signed by governor
SB288 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; advisory opinions for local officers. passed
SB289 Virginia taxable income; deduction for personal exemptions. dead
SB290 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; required disclosures pertaining to NASA airfield. in subcommittee
SB291 Physical evidence; procedure for collection, etc., of recovery kits. signed by governor
SB292 Sediment reduction credits. signed by governor
SB293 Virginia National Guard Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Program and Fund; established. passed
SB294 State officers & employees; retaliatory actions against persons providing certain testimony. passed
SB295 Toll violations at all-electronic toll facilities; administrative fees and period of nonpayment. dead
SB296 Conservators of the peace, special; required criminal history record information check required. passed
SB297 Line of Duty Act; certain employees of DOC included in definition of deceased person under Act. passed committee
SB298 Oysters; increasing rents for certain planting grounds. stricken
SB299 Amber lights, flashing; allows publicly owned or operated transit buses to use. signed by governor
SB300 Firearms, loaded; carrying in public while under influence. dead
SB301 Transfer of firearms; criminal history record information check, penalties. incorporated
SB302 Firearms; access by children; penalty. dead
SB303 Elections, State Board of; meetings to hear complaints. dead
SB304 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; orientation session on ethics and conflicts, etc. incorporated
SB305 DPOR; notices in English and Spanish regarding handling of asbestos. signed by governor
SB306 Marriage license; authorization for marriage officiant. dead
SB307 Beach restoration; expedited permit. signed by governor
SB308 Vacancies in constitutional offices; petition to circuit court to request no special elections. passed
SB309 Annexation; extends current moratorium on city annexations and county immunity actions. signed by governor
SB310 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount of money taken to $1500, etc. dead
SB311 Virginia Public Procurement Act; use of best value contracting, construction & professional service. stricken
SB312 Death penalty executions; imposes moratorium. dead
SB313 Virginia College Building Authority; financing projects, participating institutions. passed
SB314 Nutrient offset credits; new and expanding wastewater discharge facilities to acquire. signed by governor
SB315 Voting equipment; locking and sealing of voting and counting machines after election. passed
SB316 Contests of election for certain elections; service of process. passed
SB317 Veterans Docket Act; established, report. in committee
SB318 Certificate of relief from collateral criminal consequences. dead
SB319 Small Business Investment Grant Fund; administration; qualifications. stricken
SB320 Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older. incorporated
SB321 Public schools; kindergarten instructional time. dead
SB322 Telephone systems within local, etc., correctional facilities; rates and commissions or fees. dead
SB323 Firearms; no person who is subject to an emergency protective order. passed
SB324 Willful failure to pay wages. dead
SB325 Department of Taxation; disclosure of certain tax information. signed by governor
SB326 Corporate income tax; rate of taxation. dead
SB327 Driver's license; marijuana possession. dead
SB328 Nurse aide education programs; observational and reporting techniques to be included in curriculum. signed by governor
SB329 BVU Authority; alters Board powers and duties, change in membership, conflict of interest policy. passed house
SB330 Tuition, in-state; eligibility of members of Virginia National Guard. passed committee
SB331 Accident and sickness insurance; step therapy for psychiatric medications. dead
SB332 Accident and sickness insurance; step therapy protocols. dead
SB333 Certificates of public need. incorporated
SB334 Toll violations at all-electronic toll facilities; administrative fees and period of nonpayment. incorporated
SB335 Public employment; inquiries by state agencies and localities regarding criminal convictions. dead
SB336 High school graduation; graduation requirements. passed house
SB337 Virginia War Memorial; names and homes of record designation for Virginians 'Killed in Action.' passed
SB338 Higher educational institutions; study abroad programs. passed
SB339 Stalking; penalty. passed
SB340 School calendar. dead
SB341 Certificate of relief from collateral criminal consequences. dead
SB342 Criminal defendants; orders for evaluation or treatment, duties of clerk of court. passed
SB343 Cancer; possession or distribution of marijuana for medical purposes. dead
SB344 Sunday hunting; exempts any person who hunts rail (Rallidae) or other wetland birds. signed by governor
SB345 Workers' compensation; employer's duty when employee incapable of work. dead
SB346 Family and Children's Trust Fund; exempt from taxation. signed by governor
SB347 Number of judges; general district court; 25th Judicial District. incorporated
SB348 Pesticide Control Act; clarifies process to assess penalty for violation. signed by governor
SB349 Free fishing days; removes certain prohibition against fishing without license. signed by governor
SB350 Prisoners; treatment to those unable to give consent for medical or mental health treatment. signed by governor
SB351 Treasury Board; meetings. signed by governor
SB352 Nelsonite; designating as state rock, etc. passed
SB353 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; conservation officers. in committee
SB354 Statute of limitations; sexual crimes against minors. signed by governor
SB355 Judicial Nominations Commission; created. dead
SB356 Virginia Pollinator Protection Strategy; DACS to develop and maintain, report. signed by governor
SB357 Court clerks; inclusion to obstruction of justice statute. dead
SB358 Hearsay exception; admissibility of statements by children in sexual conduct, etc., cases. passed
SB359 Biennial appropriations; changes to begin in an odd-numbered year. dead
SB360 Teachers; Superintendent of Public Instruction to provide a model exit questionnaire. passed
SB361 Tree conservation; locality to post signs on private property that is proposed to be redeveloped. signed by governor
SB362 Virginia Public Procurement Act; small purchase procedures; transportation-related construction. signed by governor
SB363 Persons with disabilities; rights in public places, fraudulent representation of service dog. passed
SB364 Health insurance plan; Department of Human Resource Management to consider all participants. passed
SB365 Prioritization of statewide transportation projects; exceptions. passed committee
SB366 Real property tax; exemption for disabled veterans and spouse of a service member killed in action. signed by governor
SB367 Coyotes; county or city ordinances, permits hunting with a rifle caliber larger than .22 rimfire. signed by governor
SB368 Public schools; standards for accreditation, corrective action plan. passed
SB369 Telemedicine pilot program; to expand access, etc., to health care services in certain areas. passed
SB370 Family life education; child sexual abuse. dead
SB371 Advertisement of legal notices by certain towns. stricken
SB372 Tax-related statutes; repeals obsolete statutes. signed by governor
SB373 Alcoholic beverage control; food sale requirements for businesses. in subcommittee
SB374 Financial institutions; references to federal law. passed
SB375 Pickup or panel truck and trucks; amends definitions. passed
SB376 Search warrants; person subject to arrest or who is unlawfully restrained. incorporated
SB377 Landlord and tenant law; tenant remedies. passed
SB378 Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation; establishes private police department. in committee
SB379 Speed limits; fines doubled for speeding on certain highways. in committee
SB380 Behavioral Health Docket Act; established, report. in committee
SB381 Election day program; permitted activities of participants. passed
SB382 Local electoral boards; reassigning certain duties related to elections administration. passed
SB383 Health insurance; parity of coverage for oral chemotherapy medications. in committee
SB384 State health insurance program; participation by certain local school division employees. incorporated
SB385 Foster and adoptive parents; criminal conviction waiver process. dead
SB386 Evidence; objections to business records. dead
SB387 Regulation of towing. dead
SB388 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; failure to make required statement. passed
SB389 Local permitting or licensure; consent of common interest community association prohibited. signed by governor
SB390 Temporary visitor's driver's licenses; DMV may issue. dead
SB391 Driver's license; driving after forfeiture, guilty of an offense. dead
SB392 Real property; judgment creditor may record an instrument, upon payment of fee for recordation, etc. passed
SB393 Preliminary protective orders; contents of order. dead
SB394 Health care; plan to increase transparency in delivery, etc. in subcommittee
SB395 Investor-owned electric utilities; establishment of protocols for energy efficiency programs. signed by governor
SB396 Resisting arrest; penalty. dead
SB397 Oyster grounds; navigation rights in Lynnhaven River. dead
SB398 Certificate of public need; cataract surgery. incorporated
SB399 Practitioners of healing arts; temporary authorization to practice. passed
SB400 Income tax, state; personal use of campaign funds. dead
SB401 Crohn's disease, colitis, etc.; identification cards and information. in subcommittee
SB402 Virginia Higher Education Scholarship Act Fund; created. in subcommittee
SB403 Virginia Energy Storage Consortium: created, terms of Board members, report. in committee
SB404 Medical assistance; health insurance, payment for prescription contraceptives. dead
SB405 Tolling additional capacity and designations of HOV and HOT lanes on Interstate 66. incorporated
SB406 Consumer finance companies; open-end credit plans, sharing location with motor vehicle title lender. in committee
SB407 Onsite sewage systems; conventional and alternative discharging systems, civil penalties. passed
SB408 Unclaimed property; payment of property of deceased owner. signed by governor
SB409 Harassment by computer; impersonating another, penalty. dead
SB410 Alcoholic beverage control; consumption of samples by brewery tour guides. in committee
SB411 Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk; penalties. dead
SB412 Financial exploitation of adults; documentation referred to State Police. incorporated
SB413 Northern Va. Transportation Authority; use of population estimates in connection with decisions. passed
SB414 Land Bank Entities Act. signed by governor
SB415 Emancipation petition for minors intending to marry; written findings. passed
SB416 Limited Residential Lodging Act; established, penalty. passed
SB417 Social Services, Department of; unauthorized practice of law. passed
SB418 Virginia Public Procurement Act; installation of artificial turf or other athletic surfaces. passed
SB419 Operation of a child welfare agency without a license; negligence resulting in death or injury. passed committee
SB420 Voter registration; information required on voter registration application. passed
SB421 Children; admissibility of statements in sexual offenses. incorporated
SB422 Neighborhood Assistance Act; increases maximum amount of tax credits that may be issued. dead
SB423 Asset forfeiture; seizure of property, report. passed
SB424 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; issuance of photo-identification cards. signed by governor
SB425 Higher education; student mental health policies. passed
SB426 Virginia Community Impact Authority and Fund; created, report. dead
SB427 Standards of Learning assessments; Board of Education's calculation of passage rate. passed
SB428 Standards of Learning assessments; administration time frame. in subcommittee
SB429 Creation of the Commonwealth Genomics and Personalized Medicine Authority. passed committee
SB430 Firearms; Terrorist Screening Database check prior to purchase. in committee
SB431 High-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes; unpaid tolls and civil penalties. dead
SB432 Inpatient mental health treatment; admission of minors 14 years of age or older. dead
SB433 Kinship Guardianship Assistance program; established. dead
SB434 License plates, special; PROTECT POLLINATORS changes to revenue sharing. passed
SB435 Immigrant Assistance, Office of; created. dead
SB436 Fostering Futures program; established. dead
SB437 Military medical personnel; pilot program for personnel to practice medicine. signed by governor
SB438 Higher educational institutions; social media accounts. passed
SB439 Voter identification; information contained in electronic pollbook. in committee
SB440 Virginia Guaranteed Assistance Program; eligibility; use of funds. dead
SB441 Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments. incorporated
SB442 Health benefit plans; prescription drugs; tiers. in committee
SB443 Nutrient credit certification; regulations to establish timeline for consideration of applications. passed
SB444 Sales and use tax; refunds. signed by governor
SB445 Real property tax assessment; date to fix tax rate. passed
SB446 Constitutional amendment (voter referendum); right to work. passed
SB447 Attorney General, Offices of; employment of special counsel. in subcommittee
SB448 Trooper Harry Lee Henderson Memorial Bridge; designating as Interstate 66 bridge in Warren County. signed by governor
SB449 Virginia Growth and Opportunity Act; report. passed
SB450 Department of Criminal Justice Services; community policing. in committee
SB451 Dayton, Town of; amending charter, election of council. signed by governor
SB452 Medical school; clinical rotation requirements. passed
SB453 Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Virginia Board for; licensing of home inspectors. signed by governor
SB454 Juvenile court; retained jurisdiction, procedures in case of adults, penalties. passed
SB455 Social Services, Department of; information sharing. signed by governor
SB456 Regional Criminal Justice Training Academy Fund; distribution to certain localities. in committee
SB457 Asset forfeiture; changes burden of proof. passed
SB458 Alternatives to suspension; Board of Education shall establish guidelines for local school boards. dead
SB459 Virginia Collaborative Economic Development Act; established. passed house
SB460 Voter registration; notification to other states of a person's registration in Virginia. passed
SB461 Movable soccer goal; safety, training, and education policy. dead
SB462 Virginia Retirement System; prohibited from investing in companies with business operations in Iran. dead
SB463 Nurse practitioners; licensed as certified nurse midwives, practicing without patient care team. passed
SB464 Gas-powered vehicles; included in definition of low-speed vehicles. passed
SB465 Request for Proposal of design-build projects. signed by governor
SB466 Guardianship; communication between incapacitated person and others. passed
SB467 Child day programs; exemptions from licensure. passed
SB468 Local stormwater utility; waiver of charges where stormwater retained on site. passed house
SB469 Local stormwater utility; payment to best management practice (BMP) operator accepting runoff. stricken
SB470 Motor vehicle fuels sales tax; increased in Hampton Roads. stricken
SB471 Commonwealth Transportation Board; increases regional membership. stricken
SB472 Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission; local representation. incorporated
SB473 Amateur radio vehicles; allowed to use flashing, blinking, or alternating amber lights. stricken
SB474 Workers' compensation; recovering damages from other party. dead
SB475 Clean Fuel Fleet Voucher Program; established. stricken
SB476 Hampton Roads Transportation Fund; distribution of moneys. passed
SB477 Motor vehicle fuels; sales tax in certain transportation districts, price floor. stricken
SB478 Eminent domain; reimbursement of costs. passed house
SB479 Law-enforcement officers, retired; authority to carry concealed handguns. signed by governor
SB480 Drug Control Act; Schedule 1. signed by governor
SB481 Vacant building; registration with cities and towns. dead
SB482 Clean Power Plan; state implementation plan; General Assembly approval. incorporated
SB483 Occupational safety and health; employer's liability for violation by contractor. in committee
SB484 Stormwater management regulations; water quality and quantity design criteria. dead
SB485 General Assembly; state employees and appointees making false statements to members, penalty. dead
SB486 Land preservation tax credits; certain donations of land. in committee
SB487 Prescription drug price transparency. in subcommittee
SB488 Mixed beverage restaurant licensees; food-to-beverage ratio. in subcommittee
SB489 Alcoholic beverage control; food-beverage ratio. in committee
SB490 Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act; applying for and casting military-overseas ballots. dead
SB491 Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure of certain information. passed
SB492 FOIA; limitation on exemption for certain criminal investigative files. dead
SB493 FOIA; closed meeting not authorized for discussion of pay increases. passed
SB494 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; record exclusions, rule of redaction, etc. passed
SB495 Congressional and state legislative districts. incorporated
SB496 Judicial Candidate Evaluation Committee; codifies certain procedures. dead
SB497 Executive budget; zero-based budgeting principles. dead
SB498 Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments. incorporated
SB499 Sales tax payments; accelerated collection of payment from retail merchants and other dealers. dead
SB500 Register of funds expended; required posting by state agencies, localities, and school divisions. dead
SB501 Higher educational institutions; increases in-state tuition. dead
SB502 School efficiency reviews; scope and costs. signed by governor
SB503 Higher educational institutions; fixed four-year tuition rate. dead
SB504 Income tax, state; return of budget surplus. dead
SB505 Standards of Learning assessments; reporting results. in subcommittee
SB506 Small businesses; waiver of penalties related to taxes. dead
SB507 Judicial creation of trusts. dead
SB508 Corporate income tax; addback for Captive REIT dividends. dead
SB509 Interpleader; earnest money deposits. in committee
SB510 Medical bills; who may identify and provide testimony. dead
SB511 Battery; against school employees, penalty (Lindsay's Law). dead
SB512 Income tax, state; lowers rate of taxation for each income bracket. dead
SB513 Prescription Monitoring Program; requirements of prescribers of opiates. signed by governor
SB514 Department of Transportation; transponder fees or exchange. dead
SB515 Mobile food vending; allows units in commuter lots in Planning District 8. passed
SB516 Tolls; use for additional lanes on interstate highways. incorporated
SB517 State agencies; utilization of service disabled veteran businesses. passed
SB518 Virginia Public Procurement Act; local preference for businesses. dead
SB519 Campaign finance; campaign fundraising during special and reconvened sessions prohibited. dead
SB520 Concealed handgun permit; demonstration of competence. dead
SB521 Expungement of certain charges and convictions. in committee
SB522 Motor vehicle safety inspection; exemption of new motor vehicles. stricken
SB523 Line of Duty Act; includes firefighters and emergency medical services trainees in Act. in committee
SB524 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. dead
SB525 Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments. incorporated
SB526 Motor vehicle safety inspections; single sticker. in committee
SB527 Bomb threats; reimbursement of expenses incurred in emergency response. signed by governor
SB528 Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; eligibility. passed committee
SB529 Menhaden; increases total allowable landings. signed by governor
SB530 Cable franchises; service availability in certain areas. in committee
SB531 Digital document authentication standards; Secretary of the Commonwealth to establish. dead
SB532 Paper and plastic bags; authorizes localities in Planning District 8 by ordinance to impose a tax. dead
SB533 Sales and use tax; exemption for certain nonprofit entities. in committee
SB534 Criminal history record information; unauthorized dissemination, civil actions. dead
SB535 Virginia Behavioral Health Practitioner Student Loan Repayment Fund and Program; created. dead
SB536 Alcoholic beverage control; spirits tastings by distiller licensee. signed by governor
SB537 Coal combustion by-product impoundments; closure requirements. dead
SB538 Students with limited English proficiency; alternative to the eleventh grade Standards of Learning. signed by governor
SB539 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; requirement to file semiannual disclosure. dead
SB540 Early childhood education; all school divisions to provide for certain children. dead
SB541 Two-Year College Scholarship Match Program; created. dead
SB542 Delinquent sewer charges; lien on property, delinquent charges. passed
SB543 Inverse condemnation proceeding; reimbursement of owner's costs. passed
SB544 Concealed handgun permits; exemption includes any judge or justice of the Commonwealth. passed house
SB545 Commonwealth's tax code; conformity with federal law; emergency. signed by governor
SB546 Possession or transportation of firearms following convictions for certain misdemeanor crimes. in committee
SB547 Water and sewer service; certain liens for delinquent charges. dead
SB548 Students with limited English proficiency; alternative to the eleventh grade Standards of Learning. incorporated
SB549 Conditional zoning; provisions applicable to certain rezoning proffers. signed by governor
SB550 Virginia Veterans Recovery Grant Program; established, etc. in subcommittee
SB551 Physician assistants; unlawful use of title. passed
SB552 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; mandatory disclosure of public employee. dead
SB553 Nursing facilities; electronic monitoring. passed
SB554 Standards of Learning; history and social science. dead
SB555 Learner's permit or provisional driver's license holder; completion of driver ed. passed
SB556 Opiate addiction treatment; nonmethadone opioid replacements. passed
SB557 Reformulated gasoline (RFG) program; sale by marina. signed by governor
SB558 Dredging; TMDL credits, request for assignment of credits equivalent to street sweeping. in committee
SB559 Governor; performance review of state agencies, report. dead
SB560 Foreclosure advertisements; posted at courthouse and on circuit court website. dead
SB561 Certificates of public need. in subcommittee
SB562 Health benefit plans; sale, renewal, or offer of plans, special exception. signed by governor
SB563 RS&UT; exemption for materials & equipment used to drill natural gas & oil, sunset provision. passed
SB564 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exclusions for school personnel licensure applications. signed by governor
SB565 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. stricken
SB566 Involuntary psychiatric treatment of an inmate; petition filed by sheriff. signed by governor
SB567 Temporary detention; notice of recommendation, communication with magistrate. passed
SB568 Involuntary admission; contents of preadmission screening report; notice of hearing. dead
SB569 Alcoholic beverage control; distribution of liter tax on cider produced by farm wineries. signed by governor
SB570 Income tax, state; reduces imposition of personal tax by increasing maximum income within bracket. dead
SB571 Commonwealth Resilience Fund; established. dead
SB572 Improper driving; jury may find accused not guilty. dead
SB573 Part-time teachers; Board of Education to provide for issuance of permits. passed
SB574 Officers of election; required training every two years. passed
SB575 Comprehensive community colleges; noncredit workforce credentials. stricken
SB576 New Economy Workforce Credential Grant Program; established, Fund created, report. passed
SB577 Immunity of persons at public hearing; attorney fees and costs. dead
SB578 Alcoholic beverage control; limited brewery licenses. passed house
SB579 Alcoholic beverage control; limited distiller's licenses, land zoned agricultural. passed house
SB580 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credits for food crop donations to nonprofit food bank. signed by governor
SB581 Discharge of deleterious substance into state waters; notice. dead
SB582 Credit unions; voluntary merger, merger application. passed
SB583 Credit unions; added as a qualified public depository for state funds. dead
SB584 Unmanned aircraft systems; civil cause of action created, criminal violations. dead
SB585 Certificates of public need; conditions. incorporated
SB586 Virginia Public Procurement Act; requirements for use of construction management. in subcommittee
SB587 Compulsory school attendance cases; prosecution by attorneys for the Commonwealth. dead
SB588 Constitutional amendment (voter referendum); charter schools. dead
SB589 Education improvement scholarship tax credit program; extends time for disbursement of donations. passed
SB590 When circuit courts open; Judicial Council. passed
SB591 Taxicab services; regulation by localities, background checks. in committee
SB592 Vital records; amending death certificates. passed
SB593 Campaign finance; campaign fundraising prohibited during certain periods. dead
SB594 Certificates of death; electronic registration. stricken
SB595 Dead human bodies; storage of body for more than 48 hours prior to disposition. passed
SB596 Death certificates; extends time for filing medical certification of death. stricken
SB597 Appeal of tax assessments; prior to receipt of information, person to sign acknowledgment of order. passed
SB598 Erosion and sediment control; compliance with stormwater management program. signed by governor
SB599 Virginia Electronic Communications Privacy Act; established, report. passed committee
SB600 Intergovernmental Cooperation, Virginia Commission on; membership. signed by governor
SB601 Child care providers; criminal history background checks. in subcommittee
SB602 Virginia Economic Development Incentive Grant Program; extends award of grants for eligible project. dead
SB603 Absentee voting; no-excuse in-person available 21 days prior to election. dead
SB604 Student loan servicers; student loan ombudsman. dead
SB605 Reckless driving; causing death or injury of certain persons, penalties. dead
SB606 Mediation; fees. dead
SB607 Public employees; safety and health program. passed
SB608 Firearms; confiscation, reporting, and return by law enforcement. signed by governor
SB609 Academic credit; industry credentials. dead
SB610 Concealed handgun permits, out-of-state; photo identification issued by government agency, etc. signed by governor
SB611 Tort claim; notice of claim against the Commonwealth, transportation district, or locality. passed
SB612 Students who receive home instruction; participation in interscholastic programs. vetoed by governor
SB613 Driver's license; marijuana possession. incorporated
SB614 Natural gas companies; right of entry upon property. dead
SB615 Purchase of weapons other than handguns by certain officers. signed by governor
SB616 Out-of-state concealed handgun permits; photo identification. incorporated
SB617 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; certain members of enforcement division of DMV. in committee
SB618 Standard deduction; adjusted for inflation. in committee
SB619 Line of Duty Act; probation and parole officers. in committee
SB620 Nurse practitioners; eliminates requirement that they practice as part of patient care team. in subcommittee
SB621 Structured Settlement Protection Act; amends Act so obligor and issuer may rely on court order. signed by governor
SB622 Military medical personnel; pilot program for personnel to practice medicine. incorporated
SB623 Consumer finance loans; rate of interest. incorporated
SB624 York River; scenic and historic designations. stricken
SB625 Port Opportunity Fund; funds appropriated for grants, exception. passed house
SB626 Carrying concealed handguns; protective orders. passed
SB627 Direct primary care agreements. in committee
SB628 Threats of death or bodily injury; penalty. dead
SB629 Camping; special use permit. dead
SB630 Motorcyclists; operating or riding without helmet. stricken
SB631 Workers' compensation; fee schedules for medical services. signed by governor
SB632 Guardianship; communication between incapacitated person and members of his family. incorporated
SB633 Structured Settlement Protection Act; applications for approval of transfer. incorporated
SB634 Secure Commonwealth Panel; membership; reporting. signed by governor
SB635 TANF eligibility; drug-related felonies. dead
SB636 State Council of Higher Education; longitudinal data system; report. dead
SB637 Virginia High-Demand Occupation Forecast Advisory Committee;annual high-demand occupations forecast. dead
SB638 Structured Settlement Protection Act; amends Act, obligor and issuer shall rely on court order. incorporated
SB639 Health insurance; proton radiation therapy coverage decisions. dead
SB640 Annuity contracts and life insurance policies; exemption from certain creditors' claims. signed by governor
SB641 Certificate of public need. incorporated
SB642 Virginia Beach arena. signed by governor
SB643 U.S. Department of the Interior; monitoring by VMRC, Assateague Island National Seashore. signed by governor
SB644 Battery; public transportation operators; penalty. in committee
SB645 FOIA; exempt records concerning critical infrastructure information. passed
SB646 Fantasy Contests Act; created, registration required, conditions of registration, civil penalty. signed by governor
SB647 Renewable energy; efficient biomass. stricken
SB648 Abortion; informed written consent. stricken
SB649 Claims; Davey Reedy. dead
SB650 Primary elections; voter registration by political party affiliation. passed committee
SB651 Animal control officers; training. signed by governor
SB652 State and Local Government Conflict of Interest Act; prohibited contracts; exceptions. signed by governor
SB653 Charter; Town of South Hill. signed by governor
SB654 Domestic violence-related misdemeanors; enhanced penalty. dead
SB655 Protective orders; assault and battery; penalty. dead
SB656 Victims of domestic violence, etc.; firearms safety or training course. dead
SB657 Lobbyist reporting; disclosure of certain persons attending entertainment events prohibited. incorporated
SB658 Motor vehicle registration; exemptions. signed by governor
SB659 Standards of Quality; instructional positions. dead
SB660 Teacher dismissal; appointment of hearing officer. dead
SB661 Virginia Lottery; ticket courier services. dead
SB662 Legal holidays; Lee-Jackson Day, Election Day. dead
SB663 Careless driving; cause of injury to vulnerable road user. dead
SB664 Ballots; order of names of candidates for school boards. passed
SB665 Middle school student-athletes, public; pre-participation physical examination. passed
SB666 License plates, special; prohibits DMV from issuing certain plates to registered sex offenders. signed by governor
SB667 Governor; absolute pardons shall not be posted by DLAS on its website. dead
SB668 Minimum wage. dead
SB669 Highway maintenance payments; bicycle lanes. passed committee
SB670 Bank franchise tax; sets a cap of $18 million on total annual tax liability per taxpayer. enacted
SB671 Lyme disease; treatment of a patient. in subcommittee
SB672 Redistricting process; preparation and standards. dead
SB673 Virginia Erosion and Stormwater Management Act; consolidation of programs, opt-out for locations. signed by governor
SB674 Tazewell, Town of, charter; filling vacancies for mayor or town council, etc. signed by governor
SB675 Health insurance for local employees. dead
SB676 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; noncriminal incidents and reports. incorporated
SB677 Concealed handgun permits; fees. dead
SB678 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; time period for responding to requests for records. dead
SB679 General Services, Department of; shall provide dashboard of purchase order reports from eVa. passed
SB680 General Assembly; JLARC to review fiscal impact statements for executive orders when requested. passed
SB681 Annexation moratorium; extends for city annexations and county immunity actions. incorporated
SB682 Hampton Roads; construction or expansion projects. dead
SB683 Training centers; communications with individuals. dead
SB684 Utility vegetation management activities; notices required to customers, civil penalties. dead
SB685 Virginia taxable income; deduction for personal exemptions. dead
SB686 Presidential primary; voter pledge prohibited. dead
SB687 Timber cutting; determination of damages; passed
SB688 Limited liability companies; registered agent. signed by governor
SB689 Common Interest Community Board; increases membership. in committee
SB690 Local tax officials; electronic dissemination of tax bills and tax documents. passed
SB691 Industrial hemp; lawful for a person with a license to manufacture products or engage in research. signed by governor
SB692 Conflicts of Interests Acts, State & Local Government & General Assembly, etc.; lobbyist reporting. passed house
SB693 Transfers to the Port Opportunity Fund. incorporated
SB694 Firearm, crossbow or bow and arrow; shooting in or across road or street, penalty. in committee
SB695 Alcoholic beverage control; wine and beer licenses for certain properties. passed
SB696 Medicare; supplement policies for individuals under age 65. in committee
SB697 Motorcycles; free use of toll facilities. dead
SB698 Dam Safety, Flood Prevention and Protection Assistance Fund; disbursement of moneys. passed committee
SB699 Concealed handgun permits, out-of-state; government-issued photo id., reciprocal agreements. incorporated
SB700 Highway construction; effect of sea-level rise on projects. dead
SB701 Cannabidiol oil and THC-A oil; permitting of pharmaceutical processors to manufacture and provide. passed
SB702 Bridge structures; attachment to locality, annual service fee. in committee
SB703 DMV; charges for information supplied to toll facility operators. passed committee
SB704 Overtime compensation; broadens definition of fire protection employees. passed
SB705 Sanctuary cities; liability for certain injuries and damages caused by an illegal alien. dead
SB706 FOIA; record exclusion for trade secrets submitted to Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy. stricken
SB707 Failure to appear; service of process. signed by governor
SB708 State and Local Government Conflict of Interest Act; prohibited contracts; exceptions. incorporated
SB709 Recalled motor vehicles; disclosures by and compensation of dealers. passed
SB710 Composition of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Compact of 1966. passed
SB711 Women's Right to Vote, Commission for Commemoration of Centennial of; established. dead
SB712 Dental hygienists; remote supervision. passed
SB713 Concealed Carry Reciprocity Advisory Commission; established, report. dead
SB714 Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of distiller's license. incorporated
SB715 Firearms shows; voluntary background checks by Department of State Police, penalties. signed by governor
SB716 Firearm transfers; penalties. dead
SB717 Vineyards and Orchards Grant Fund and Program; created and established. in subcommittee
SB718 Coal tax; limits aggregate amount of credits. incorporated
SB719 Boats or other watercraft; DMV to issue permits for vehicles to transport. passed
SB720 Environmental cleanup programs; localities may by ordinance establish. dead
SB721 Protective orders; assesses civil penalty. dead
SB722 Income tax, corporate; apportionment of revenue. stricken
SB723 Campaign finance; contributions from out-of-state sources prohibited. in committee
SB724 Corrections, Board of; powers and duties. dead
SB725 Competitive telephone companies; alternative providers. dead
SB726 Erosion and sediment control plans; utility company projects. dead
SB727 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; public access to noncriminal records. signed by governor
SB728 Punitive damages; injury by intoxicated drivers, admission of evidence. passed
SB729 Unmanned aircraft system; use during commission of a crime, penalty. dead
SB730 Driving while texting; involuntary manslaughter, maiming, etc., of another, penalties. dead
SB731 Capital outlay funding; issuance of bonds by VPBA & VCBA for certain projects & programs. passed house
SB732 Assisted living facilities; no facility shall be required to provide or allow hospice care. passed
SB733 Income tax, state; annual adjustment for inflation. in committee
SB734 Public charter schools. passed
SB735 Local planning commission; action on proposed plat, commercial real estate. dead
SB736 Landscape cover materials; local ordinances concerning installation or use. signed by governor
SB737 Public employers; award of leave from their official duties, penalty. dead
SB738 Lobbyist reporting and Conflicts of Interests Acts; definition of a gift. incorporated
SB739 Drug products; products compounded by nonresident outsourcing facilities. dead
SB740 Electronic textbooks; use by students. dead
SB741 Tax administration; awards for detection of tax underpayments. in committee
SB742 Motor vehicles; fuels sales tax in certain transportation districts. in subcommittee
SB743 Division of Energy; state certifying authority for solar energy projects. passed
SB744 Electric utilities; recovery of cost of line extensions to serve megasites. stricken
SB745 Notice to customers of renewable electric power options. signed by governor
SB746 Recovery of attorney fees from agency; actions brought in violation of law or for improper purpose. passed
SB747 Promotion of cybersecurity in the Commonwealth. stricken
SB748 Economic Development Infrastructure Act of 2016; acquisition of utility right of way. passed house
SB749 Qualified equity and subordinated debt investments tax credit; qualified businesses. incorporated
SB750 Commonwealth's Development Opportunity Fund; political contributions, report. passed
SB751 Limited Residential Lodging and Short-term Rental Lodging Act; penalty. dead
SB752 Health insurance provider contracts; accepting enrollees as patients. in committee
SB753 Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission; transfer of funds to Medicaid. dead
SB754 DGS; authorized, with approval of Governor, to convey certain property to Clarke County. dead
SB755 Violations of protective orders; penalty. dead
SB756 Income tax, corporate; rate of taxation. dead
SB757 Income tax, state; modifies tax by establishing a flat 5.75% tax on all taxable income. in committee
SB758 Alcoholic beverage control; farm winery license. passed
SB759 Public schools; dyslexia advisor. in subcommittee
SB760 Malicious impersonation by computer; penalty. dead
SB761 Electric utilities; mandatory renewable portfolio standard. dead
SB762 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Virginia Women Veterans. in committee
SB763 Special education; recording of classrooms. in subcommittee
SB764 Concealed handgun; recognition of out-of-state permits. incorporated
SB765 Highways, Commissioner of; powers, emergency removal of snow and ice. passed
SB766 Method of nominating party candidates; incumbent selection. dead
SB767 Form of ballot; party identification of candidates. passed
SB768 Reckless driving; exceeding speed limit. dead
SB769 Bedford; references to the former city of Bedford. signed by governor
SB770 Congressional and state legislative districts; compactness standard. dead
SB771 Confidentiality of information about victims of certain crimes. incorporated
SB772 Officers of elections; State Board of Elections to provide training online. incorporated
SB773 Medical Assistance Services, Department of; asset location and recovery. stricken
SB774 DMAS; Request for Proposal. signed by governor
SB775 DMAS; Medicaid eligibility and application. dead
SB776 Public schools; residency of children in kinship care. passed
SB777 Certificate of public need; establishes program to address cost containment. incorporated
SB778 Use of handheld personal communications devices while driving; penalty. dead
SB779 Electric utility regulation; net energy metering. in committee
SB780 Home instruction or religious exemption; information disclosure. passed
SB781 Correctional facilities, local; facilities transporting prisoners. passed
SJ1 United States Constitution; ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment. dead
SJ2 Constitutional amendment marriage; marriage (first reference). in committee
SJ3 Commending Travis C. McDonald, Jr. passed house
SJ4 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office. in committee
SJ5 Commending Julian B. Jacobs. passed house
SJ6 Constitutional amendment (second resolution); charter schools. passed committee
SJ7 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for certain primary residences. in committee
SJ8 Commending Joseph L. Ritchey. passed house
SJ9 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); marriage. in committee
SJ10 Celebrating the life of Richard Langley Settle, Jr. passed house
SJ11 United States Constitution; Equal Rights Amendment. incorporated
SJ12 Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, restoration of civil rights. in committee
SJ13 Commending Ricky Holcomb. passed house
SJ14 Commending Ken Tuck, M.D. passed house
SJ15 Celebrating the life of Paul E. Torgersen. passed house
SJ16 Celebrating the life of Moses Malone. passed house
SJ17 Commending M. Douglas Scott. passed house
SJ18 Commending Barbara Donnellan. passed house
SJ19 Commending Susanne Eisner. passed house
SJ20 Celebrating the life of Martha E. Dawson. passed house
SJ21 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. William Douglas Booth. passed house
SJ22 Celebrating the life of Colethia R. Holcomb. passed house
SJ23 Celebrating the life of Wilford Taylor, Sr. passed house
SJ24 Human trafficking; work group to study safe harbor policy for minor victims. stricken
SJ25 Commending the Que and Cruz Festival. passed house
SJ26 Commending Bethel Baptist Church. passed house
SJ27 International Assistance Dog Week; designating as first full week in August 2016. passed house
SJ28 Commending Brigadier General Wayne A. Wright, ANG, Ret. passed house
SJ29 Commending Christ Episcopal Church. passed house
SJ30 Commending Thomas E. Short. passed house
SJ31 Celebrating the life of Kelly G. Southard. passed house
SJ32 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); marriage. in committee
SJ33 Commending the African Methodist Episcopal Church. passed house
SJ34 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office. in committee
SJ35 Advance Care Planning Month; designating as April 2016, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ36 Celebrating the life of Alton H. Glass, Sr. passed house
SJ37 Employees; encouraging employers in the Commonwealth to pay a living wage. dead
SJ38 Juvenile court records; Commission on Youth to study expungement of records. stricken
SJ39 Commending the Henrico High School boys' basketball team. passed house
SJ40 Recognition of the Wolf Creek Cherokee Tribe of Virginia. dead
SJ41 Commending the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce. passed house
SJ42 United States Constitution; amendment concerning federal budget. dead
SJ43 Celebrating the life of Karen Correia Radley. passed house
SJ44 Commending the Virginia National Guard. passed house
SJ45 Commending Don and Marcelline Waugh. passed house
SJ46 Celebrating the life of William T. Bear II. passed house
SJ47 Constitutional amendment; exemption from taxation of certain motor vehicles (first reference). in committee
SJ48 Blood Cancer Awareness Month; designating September 2016, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ49 Lymphoma Awareness Day; designating September 15, 2016, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ50 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Governor's term of office. in committee
SJ51 Comprehensive indigent defense system; State Crime Commission to study. dead
SJ52 Celebrating the life of Joseph Anthony DiJulio. passed house
SJ53 Commending NASA's Wallops Flight Facility. passed house
SJ54 Commending first responders to the Cherrystone Campgrounds tornado. passed house
SJ55 Celebrating the life of Chief Warrant Officer Joseph Bernard Wisniewski, Jr., USA, Ret. passed house
SJ56 Celebrating the life of George Burke. passed house
SJ57 Study; joint subcommittee on the death penalty in Virginia; report. stricken
SJ58 Recurrent flooding; joint subcommittee to formulate recommendations. passed house
SJ59 Law-enforcement agencies under the Department of State Police; JLARC; to study consolidation. dead
SJ60 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established, criteria. in committee
SJ61 Virginia Constitution Day; designating as June 29, 2016, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ62 Wear Red Day; designating as first Friday in February 2017, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ63 Child day programs; Department of Social Services to study programs exempt from licensure. passed house
SJ64 Celebrating the life of Darrel Dennis Martin. passed house
SJ65 Celebrating the life of Rosa Ileana Johnson. passed house
SJ66 Commending Joseph J. Fray. passed house
SJ67 Commending John T. Fray. passed house
SJ68 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established. in committee
SJ69 Celebrating the life of James O. Shaw, Jr., M.D. passed house
SJ70 Constitutional amendment; right to work (second reference). passed house
SJ71 Individuals with brain injury, etc.; Joint Commission on Health Care to study. dead
SJ72 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas W. Moss, Jr. passed house
SJ73 Kinship foster care and adoptive placements; DSS to study restrictions of barrier crimes. dead
SJ74 Celebrating the life of Dennis M. Gronka. passed house
SJ75 Metered utilities, separately; VHC to study impact of delinquent payment by tenant. stricken
SJ76 Celebrating the life of Mary Esguerra. passed house
SJ77 Commending the Rappahannock High School girls' doubles tennis team. passed house
SJ78 Commending Eamonn Collins. passed house
SJ79 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established. in committee
SJ80 Historic properties without homeowner associations; VHC to study disclosure of information. passed house
SJ81 Teacher salary scale; JLARC to study compression in local school divisions, etc. in committee
SJ82 Commending the George Wythe High School boys' basketball team. passed house
SJ83 Medicaid fraud cases; DMAS, et al., to study conferral of authority to local departments. dead
SJ84 Public transportation services; DRPT to evaluate study necessary to identify, etc. in committee
SJ85 Public elementary and secondary education; joint committee to study future of education. passed house
SJ86 Pay It Forward, Pay It Back; SCHEV to study feasibility of implementing. in committee
SJ87 Multifamily residential dwellings; VHC to study mandatory recycling programs. dead
SJ88 Early childhood development programs; JLARC to study specific programs. passed house
SJ89 Tenant bankruptcy; VHC to study impact of proceedings on landlords. dead
SJ90 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ91 Confirming Governor's appointments of certain persons. passed house
SJ92 Confirming Governor's appointments of certain persons. passed house
SJ93 Constitutional amendment; charter schools. passed committee
SJ94 Driver's license; suspension upon conviction of marijuana offense. dead
SJ95 TANF; Commission on Youth to study DSS's administration of Program. dead
SJ96 College readiness; State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, et al. dead
SJ97 Commonwealth's aerospace industry; Virginia Economic Development Partnership to study. passed house
SJ98 Commending Richmond International Raceway. passed house
SJ99 Commending Frank Beamer. passed house
SJ100 Celebrating the life of Kathleen Flanagan McManus. passed house
SJ101 Purple Heart State; designating as the Commonwealth of Virginia. passed house
SJ102 Purple Heart Day; designating as August 7, 2016, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ103 Celebrating the life of Vincent Johns Thomas. passed house
SJ104 Celebrating the life of Leonard W. Lambert, Sr. passed house
SJ105 Celebrating the life of Allix Bledsoe James. passed house
SJ106 Commending Ebenezer Baptist Church. passed house
SJ107 Cross-jurisdictional transportation for persons with disabilities. dead
SJ108 Commending Harry Taft Rutherford, Jr. passed house
SJ109 Commending the Highland Springs High School football team. passed house
SJ110 Celebrating the life of Rudolph Prosser Crowther, Sr. passed house
SJ111 Celebrating the life of Albert Stuart III. passed house
SJ112 Commending the City of Hopewell. passed house
SJ113 Constitutional amendment; term limits for members of General Assembly. in committee
SJ114 Celebrating the life of Alphonzo LaSalle Holland, Sr. passed house
SJ115 Celebrating the life of Paul C. Reber. passed house
SJ116 Commending Colonel Wesley L. Fox, USMC, Ret. passed house
SJ117 Commending Charles E. Jett. passed house
SJ118 Commending Mary Baldwin College. passed house
SJ119 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established. in committee
SJ120 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of Governor, residency requirement (first reference). in committee
SJ121 Charter schools, public; requirements of school. dead
SJ122 Commending Henrico High School. passed house
SJ123 Commending Douglas S. Freeman High School. passed house
SJ124 Commending Deep Run High School. passed house
SJ125 Commending Mills E. Godwin High School. passed house
SJ126 Commending Robert C. Gibbons. passed house
SJ127 Constitutional amendment; right to work (submitting to qualified voters). passed house
SJ128 Celebrating the life of Carl Douglas Proffitt, Jr. passed house
SJ129 Public Transportation Safety Day; designating as April 29, 2016, & each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ130 Commending Paul D. Fraim. passed house
SJ131 Commending Virginia State Parks. passed house
SJ132 Celebrating the life of Robert E. Simon, Jr. passed house
SJ133 Commending S. Wallace Edwards & Sons, Inc. passed house
SJ134 Commending the Virginia peanut industry. passed house
SJ135 Commending the Town of Tazewell. passed house
SJ136 Confirming Governor's appointments of certain persons. passed house
SJ137 Commending Brian O'Connor. passed house
SJ138 Commending the Saint Gertrude High School robotics team. passed house
SJ139 Commending the 30th anniversary of elementary school counseling in Virginia. passed house
SJ140 Celebrating the life of Freddie W. Nicholas, Sr. passed house
SJ141 Commending Charles Haley. passed house
SJ142 Commending the Page County High School softball team. passed house
SJ143 Celebrating the life of Elaine Nunez McConnell. passed house
SJ144 Celebrating the life of Roy C. Kinsey, Jr. passed house
SJ145 Commending Scott K. York. passed house
SJ146 Commending Kristen C. Umstattd. passed house
SJ147 Commending Robert R. Lindgren. passed house
SJ148 Commending David Bailey Associates. dead
SJ149 Celebrating the life of John Stewart Bryan III. passed house
SJ150 Commending Beloved Yoga. passed house
SJ151 Commending Leila Gordon. passed house
SJ152 Commending Jim Elder. passed house
SJ153 Commending Law Enforcement United. passed house
SJ154 Commending the Greater Manassas Volunteer Rescue Squad. passed house
SJ155 Commending Virginia 4-H. passed house
SJ156 Commending Savannah Morgan Lane. passed house
SJ157 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ158 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ159 Commemorating the 250th anniversary of the signing of the Leedstown Resolutions. passed house
SJ160 Celebrating the life of Peggy Ann Tyree-Wells. passed house
SJ161 Commending the recipients of the 2016 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Awards. passed house
SJ162 Celebrating the life of Darwin E. Rogers. passed house
SJ163 Commending the Washington Redskins. passed house
SJ164 Commending The Omni Homestead Resort. passed house
SJ165 Celebrating the life of Samuel Earl Newton. passed house
SJ166 Celebrating the life of Sherri Moyer Brooks. passed house
SJ167 Commending the Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue. passed house
SJ168 Celebrating the life of Edward E. Brickell, Jr. passed house
SJ169 Celebrating the life of Dana McLeod. passed house
SJ170 Commending Second Street restaurant. passed house
SJ171 Commending Fred Whyte. passed house
SJ172 Commending Community Residences, Inc. passed house
SJ173 Celebrating the life of James Phillip Riddel. passed house
SJ174 Commending Merck's Elkton plant. passed house
SJ175 Celebrating the life of Lydia Marie Kiser. passed house
SJ176 Commending Gulf Branch Nature Center. passed house
SJ177 Commending St. Marys Hospital. passed house
SJ178 Commending Rosa Parks Elementary School. passed house
SJ179 Commending Beville Middle School. passed house
SJ180 Commending Marumsco Hills Elementary School. passed house
SJ181 Commending C. D. Hylton Senior High School. passed house
SJ182 Confirming Governor's appointments of certain persons. passed house
SJ183 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Madison Ellis Marye. passed house
SJ184 Commending the Virginia Urological Society. dead
SJ185 Commending the Historic Lexington Foundation. passed house
SJ186 Commending the Arlington County Civic Federation. passed house
SJ187 Commending the Christopher Wren Association. passed house
SJ188 Senate Committee on Rules; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ189 Celebrating the life of Maurice Taylor Bey. passed house
SJ190 Commending the Friends of Dyke Marsh. passed house
SJ191 Commending Rising Hope United Methodist Mission Church. passed house
SJ192 Commending Swans Creek Elementary School. passed house
SJ193 Celebrating the life of Alpha Black Via Averill. passed house
SJ194 Celebrating the life of A. Raymon Thacker. passed house
SJ195 Commending Bath County. passed house
SJ196 Celebrating the life of Officer Ashley Marie Guindon. passed house
SJ197 Commending Anne Andrews. passed house
SJ198 Commending Myron D. Rummel. passed house
SJ199 Celebrating the life of Crystal Sheree Hamilton. passed house
SJ200 Commending William A. Patton. passed house
SJ201 Commending Holly Lynne McKinley Schmidt. passed house
SJ202 Commending the Virginia State University men's basketball team. passed house
SJ203 Celebrating the life of Jerald Teresa Hickman-Joyner. passed house
SJ204 Commending Edythe Frankel Kelleher. passed house
SJ205 Commending Inova Mount Vernon Hospital. passed house
SJ206 Commending Mount Zion Baptist Church. passed house
SJ207 Celebrating the life of Charles Edward Camper. passed house
SJ208 Commending the Virginia Urological Society. passed house
SJ209 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas Jack Bondurant, Sr. passed house
SJ210 Commending Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator Edward Byers. passed house
SJ211 Celebrating the life of David George Helmer. passed house
SJ212 Celebrating the life of Frances Vaughan Garland. passed house
SJ213 Commending Carl Lum. passed house
SJ214 Commending Robert A. Stalzer. passed house
SJ215 Celebrating the life of Tiffany May Joslyn. passed house
SR1 Commending Poole's Funeral Home. passed senate
SR2 Commending Emmaus Baptist Church. passed senate
SR3 Celebrating the life of Robbin Thompson. passed senate
SR4 Senate of Virginia; 2016 Operating Resolution. passed senate
SR5 Commending Rachel Price. passed senate
SR6 Commending Laurie Corker. passed senate
SR7 Commending Kira Roberts. passed senate
SR8 Commending Virginia Staton. passed senate
SR9 Commending Metropolitan Baptist Church. passed senate
SR10 Commending 31st Street Baptist Church. passed senate
SR11 Commending Wes Farkas. passed senate
SR12 Commending Edward McCann, Jr. passed senate
SR13 Commending the Appomattox High School football team. passed senate
SR14 Commending the 2016 inductees into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame. passed senate
SR15 Celebrating the life of Kathleen Flanagan McManus. dead
SR16 Celebrating the life of Jesse Clingenpeel. passed senate
SR17 Commending Frank Beamer. dead
SR18 Commending the Reverend Anthony Curtis Paige. passed senate
SR19 Celebrating the life of Vincent Johns Thomas. dead
SR20 Commending E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company. passed senate
SR21 Commending Colonel Wesley L. Fox, USMC, Ret. dead
SR22 Rules of the Senate; established. passed senate
SR23 Commending Colley Avenue in Norfolk. passed senate
SR24 Rules of the Senate; news media. dead
SR25 Judge; nomination for election to Court of Appeals. passed senate
SR26 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed senate
SR27 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed senate
SR28 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed senate
SR29 State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed senate
SR30 Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed senate
SR31 Commending the James River Association. passed senate
SR32 Celebrating the life of the Honorable N. Wescott Jacob. passed senate
SR33 Commending Canon Virginia, Inc. passed senate
SR34 Celebrating the life of Ann L. Dearsley-Vernon. passed senate
SR35 Celebrating the life of John Duffy. passed senate
SR36 Commending the University of Virginia baseball team. passed senate
SR37 Commending the City of Newport News. passed senate
SR38 Commending Monitor Masonic Lodge No. 197. passed senate
SR39 Celebrating the life of C. Robert Heath. passed senate
SR40 Celebrating the life of Allen Ray Ritchie. passed senate
SR41 Commending the Heaven Bound Mass Choir. passed senate
SR42 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed senate
SR43 Judge; nomination for election to Court of Appeals. dead
SR44 Commending Johnye Bennett. passed senate
SR45 Commending the Greater Manassas Baseball League 8U all-star softball team. passed senate
SR46 Commending the Prince William County Bar Association, Inc. passed senate
SR47 Commending Arthur P. Bushnell. passed senate
SR48 Commending the Westmoreland County Sheriffs Office. passed senate
SR49 Commending the Lake Braddock Secondary School coed cross country team. passed senate
SR50 Commending the Robinson Secondary School girls' lacrosse team. passed senate
SR51 Commending the Westfield High School football team. passed senate
SR52 Commending West Springfield High School. passed senate
SR53 Celebrating the life of Elizabeth Hill Brauer. passed senate
SR54 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel Arthur Korff, USAF, Ret. passed senate
SR55 Commending the Lewis B. Puller, Jr. Veterans Benefits Clinic. passed senate
SR56 Celebrating the life of Senior Trooper Michael P. Dooley. passed senate
SR57 Commending James D. Campbell. passed senate
SR58 Commending the National Education Association Read Across America program. passed senate
SR59 Commending the Reverend Leonard Spady, Jr. passed senate
SR60 Commending Maryann Horch. passed senate
SR61 Celebrating the life of Jay Cochran, Jr. passed senate
SR62 Commending George Hirschmann. passed senate
SR63 Celebrating the life of John Joseph Digges. passed senate
SR64 Senate Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming nominations by Senate Committee on Rules. passed senate
SR65 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed senate
SR66 Commending the Virginia College Fund. passed senate
SR67 Commending Melissa S. Peacor. passed senate
SR68 Commending George M. Homewood III. passed senate
SR69 Celebrating the life of Colonel Fred V. Cherry, Sr., USAF, Ret. passed senate
SR70 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Henry Blunt. passed senate
SR71 Commending Mechanicsville American Legion Post 175. passed senate
SR72 Commending Terry Howard. passed senate
SR73 Commending Jack Tarr. passed senate
SR74 Nominating a person to be elected as a justice of the Supreme Court of Virginia. passed senate
SR75 Nominating a person to be elected to the Court of Appeals of Virginia. passed senate
SR76 Commending the Salem High School football team. passed senate
SR77 Commending Walter S. Crockett. passed senate
SR78 Commending Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Iota Omega Chapter. passed senate
SR79 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. dead
SR80 Commending the Reverend Dr. Charles A. Summers. passed senate
SR81 Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships. passed senate
SR82 Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships. passed senate
SR83 Nominating persons to be elected to juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeships. passed senate
SR84 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nomination for election of member. passed senate
SR85 Commending the Woman's Club of Norfolk. passed senate
SR86 Commending Smith Mountain Lake. passed senate
SR87 Commemorating the 235th anniversary of the defense of Richmond in 1781. passed senate
SR88 Commending the Sleepy Hollow Citizens' Association. passed senate
SR89 Commending the Honorable Teena D. Grodner. passed senate
SR90 Commending the Honorable Thomas E. Gallahue. passed senate
SR91 Commending the Honorable Ian M. OFlaherty. passed senate
SR92 Celebrating the life of Walter Willson Craigie, Jr. passed senate
SR93 Celebrating the life of Patricia Keys Fick. passed senate
SR94 Commending the Princess Anne High School girls' basketball team. passed senate
SR95 Celebrating the life of Police Chief George T. Owens. passed senate
SR96 Judge; nomination for election to general district court. passed senate
SR97 Nominating a person to be elected to a juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeship passed senate
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