Del. Jay Jones (D-Norfolk)

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89: City of Norfolk (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2018
Next Election
November 2019
Appropriations, Counties, Cities and Towns, Transportation
Copatroning Habits
86% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 84% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 73% of them are Democrats.
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Bills Passed
0% in 2021
From the Legislator’s Website


  • HB1433: Criminal history information; destruction of information for certain charges and convictions.
  • HB1991: Juveniles; release and review hearing for serious offender, plea agreement.
  • HB2200: Electric utilities; triennial review.
  • HB2201: Solar and energy storage projects; siting agreements throughout the Commonwealth.
  • HB2202: Elevator mechanic or accessibility mechanic, certain; exemption from certification.
  • HB2207: Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for COVID-19.
  • HB2208: Harry F. Byrd, Sr., statue; removal from Capitol Square.
  • HB2210: Civil Rights, Division of; created in the Department of Law.
  • HJ546: Constitutional amendment; felon disenfranchisement.
  • HJ569: Trees; Dept. of Forestry to study & evaluate enabling statutes for ordinances related to planting.
  • HJ625: Celebrating the life of George H. Banks.
  • HJ626: Clarence Clemons Day; designating January 11, 2022 and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ766: Celebrating the life of Lucille Minchin Zaleski.
  • HJ775: Commending Daniel Banister.
  • HR227: Racism; recognizing as a public health crisis.
  • HB748: Research and development tax credits; extends sunset date, aggregate caps.
  • HB749: Norfolk, City of; amending charter, employees of officers, vagrants.
  • HB750: Carrying a concealed handgun; consumption of alcohol in a public park, penalty.
  • HB751: Virginia Community Flood Preparedness Fund; low-income loans, forgiveness of principal.
  • HB752: Felons; postrelease incarceration of offenders sentenced for certain offenses.
  • HB778: Family assessments; increases timeline for completion.
  • HB914: Segregation in transportation; repeals certain Acts.
  • HB921: Housing authorities; notice of intent to demolish or liquidate housing projects.
  • HB1131: Solar energy projects; revenue share assessment.
  • HB1132: Electric utility regulation; initial triennial review, requirements.
  • HB1133: Solar and wind energy; projects on previously developed project sites.
  • HB1419: School resource officers and school security officers; training standards.
  • HB1433: Criminal history information; destruction of information for certain charges and convictions.
  • HB1434: Local tax; amount of exemption for solar energy equipment.
  • HB1435: Low-income taxpayers; refundable income tax credit.
  • HB1436: Virginia Spirits Board and Virginia Spirits Promotion Fund; established, report.
  • HB1437: Juveniles; confinement for violation of court order.
  • HB1438: I-64; Commission to impose tolls in HOT lanes on certain portions.
  • HB1439: Transportation safety; adopting several initiatives.
  • HB1440: Juveniles; trial as an adult.
  • HB1441: Financial institutions; small loans prohibited, penalty.
  • HB1442: Photo speed monitoring devices; civil penalty.
  • HB1539: Peer-to-peer vehicle sharing platforms; establishes requirement.
  • HB1634: Shared solar programs; electric utility regulation, etc.
  • HB1647: Distributed renewable energy; sale of electricity under third-party sales agreements.
  • HB1693: Juveniles; confinement for violation of court order.
  • HB5028: Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for COVID-19.
  • HB5088: Electric utility regulation; triennial review proceeding, emergency investigations, etc.
  • HJ114: Code of Virginia; VCC to study feasibility of a comprehensive revision to be gender neutral.
  • HJ131: Electric vehicles; DEQ to study the impact of and develop Clean Transportation Plan, report.
  • HJ177: Commending the Virginia Maritime Association.
  • HJ408: Commending Mary Reid Barrow.
  • HR534: Commending the COVID-19 Sewing Taskforce for Hampton Roads.
  • HR547: Celebrating the life of Lorna M. Breen, M.D.
  • HB1664: Out-of-state conviction of drug offenses; person may petition for restricted driver's license.
  • HB1681: Income tax, state; housing choice vouchers, eligible housing areas.
  • HB1767: Wrongful death beneficiaries; parents of decedent who receive support or services, etc.
  • HB1782: Court-established community service programs; community service work in lieu of pymt. of fine, etc.
  • HB1871: Virginia Initiative for Employment Not Welfare (VIEW); transitional child care.
  • HB2133: Emergency Management, Virginia Department of; annual reporting requirements.
  • HB2134: Private security services businesses; qualifications, felony convictions.
  • HB2135: Notaries; qualifications, conviction of a felony.
  • HB2214: Motorized skateboards or foot-scooters; operation, local authority.
  • HB2460: Income tax, state; credit for solar energy equipment.
  • HB2489: Suspension of tolls; evacuations.
  • HB2609: School resource officers; compulsory minimum training standards.
  • HJ972: Celebrating the life of Robert C. Nusbaum.
  • HJ973: Celebrating the life of Anne B. Shumadine.
  • HJ974: Commending the Norfolk Drug Court.
  • HJ975: Commending the Attucks Theatre.
  • HJ976: Commending Ohef Sholom Temple.
  • HJ986: Celebrating the life of Richard Dudley White.
  • HB243: Jury duty; employees summoned to report.
  • HB260: Virginia Critically Missing Adult Alert Program; created.
  • HB316: Norfolk, City of; amending charter, appointment of officers, record of ordinances, etc.
  • HB1367: Emergency Management, Virginia Department of; local sheltering data.
  • HB1368: Group accident and sickness insurance; eligibility for continuation of coverage.
  • HJ440: Celebrating the life of Clarence L. Sessoms.
  • HJ516: Commending Helen Burch Hess.