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Delegate Beach sponsored 73 bills:

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HB 2014 Increasing the number of buglers qualified to play taps at military honors funerals Pending  House Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security Committee  02/09/05 
HB 2045 Modifying and updating auctioneer licensing requirements, fees and continuing education Pending  House A&N Committee  02/09/05 
HB 2103 Requiring that persons who operate or maintain steam boilers and equipment be tested and licensed by the commissioner of labor Pending  House Government Organization Committee  02/09/05 
HB 2286 Relating to the sounding of Taps at veteran's honors funerals Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2302 Providing for law-enforcement officers to seek a warrant to draw blood from a person arrested for DUI when the person refuses to submit to a secondary chemical test Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/14/05 
HB 2310 Providing Good Friday as a state legal holiday Pending  House Government Organization Committee  02/14/05 
HB 2364 Clarifying that certain community education programs support public education Pending  House Education Committee  02/15/05 
HB 2365 Relating to school board member disclosure and voting obligations; unauthorized individual actions of board members Pending  Senate Education Committee  03/31/05 
HB 2391 Increasing retirement pensions for police and firefighters Pending  House Pensions and Retirement Committee  02/16/05 
HB 2395 Prohibiting discrimination by a county school superintendent or school board member in the appointment, job placement or advancement of any applicant Pending  House Education Committee  02/16/05 
HB 2415 Creating a voluntary checkoff on state income tax returns to donate refunds to family literacy program Pending  House Finance Committee  02/16/05 
HB 2425 Providing a statutory good faith exception to the exclusionary rule when evidence has been obtained during an execution of a search warrant, arrest warrant or capias Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/16/05 
HB 2431 Establishing the offense of setting fires in a public right of way as arson in the fifth degree Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/16/05 
HB 2441 Increasing the fines for trespass to structures, conveyances and all other tangible properties Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/16/05 
HB 2465 Providing salary supplements of $2500 and expense reimbursements to professional personnel who meet certain professional national certification standards Pending  House Finance Committee  03/25/05 
HB 2469 Allowing an inmate to withdraw money from the mandatory 10% savings account Tabled    2nd Reading  03/31/05 
HB 2471 Establishing a financial responsibility program for inmates Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2472 Relating to "good time" for inmates of correctional institutions Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/17/05 
HB 2473 limiting the eligibility of parole if the person has violated the terms and conditions of probation or home incarceration Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/17/05 
HB 2476 Relating generally to parole and parole proceedings Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2483 Repeal the section of the West Virginia Code relating to escape of convicts and rewards Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2484 Relating to notification of parole hearings Pending  Senate Judiciary Committee  03/08/05 
HB 2499 Relating to increasing supplemental benefits to certain teacher retirement annuitants Pending  House Pensions and Retirement Committee  02/18/05 
HB 2525 Removing the requirement to contract for independent evaluation and report to Legislative Oversight Commission every two years on character education program in public schools Pending  Senate Education Committee  03/14/05 
HB 2527 Authorizing employees of the multicounty vocational schools to administer the performance tests of service personnel in the counties served by the school Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2528 Relating to alternative programs for the education of teachers Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2600 Requiring the installation of fire hydrants at intervals of not less than one thousand feet in all upgrades of water mains and construction and installation of new mains Pending  House Political Subdivisions Committee  02/23/05 
HB 2601 Relating to electric utilities and providing for equivalent residential rates for certain community organizations Pending  House Political Subdivisions Committee  02/23/05 
HB 2603 Relating to reimbursement of tuition, registration and other required fees for course work completed by teacher Pending  Senate Finance Committee  04/01/05 
HB 2606 Prohibiting state institutions of higher education from requiring students to purchase bundled textbook packages Pending  House Education Committee  02/23/05 
HB 2608 Relating to the vesting of retirement benefits for certain members of the Armed Forces Pending  House Finance Committee  03/24/05 
HB 2611 Giving certain volunteer emergency workers a personal income tax exemption Pending  House Finance Committee  02/23/05 
HB 2615 Allowing the use of clearly visible painted markings to designate or post land on which trespassing is prohibited Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/28/05 
HB 2616 Removing the time restriction under which persons retiring under the teachers defined benefit retirement system are allowed to become employed by an institution of higher education Pending  House Pensions and Retirement Committee  02/23/05 
HB 2620 Creating the Exotic Animal Control Board to protect the health and safety of humans and the state's agricultural and forestry industries, its wildlife and other natural resource interests from the introduction or spread of disease Pending  House Government Organization Committee  02/23/05 
HB 2630 Relating to National Animal Identification System Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/04/05 
HB 2635 Creating the Exotic Animal Regulation Board and Technical Advisory Committee Pending  House A&N Committee  02/24/05 
HB 2650 Relating to beef industry self-improvement assessment program Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2662 Relating to granting campus police officers law enforcement powers at private institutions of higher education in this state Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/28/05 
HB 2663 Relating to digging, growing, collecting, gathering, possessing and selling ginseng Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2782 Increasing the number of members a municipality may appoint to a board of park and recreation commission from not less than three to not more than seven Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2786 Limiting the exemption given to buildings used wholly as dwelling houses for no more than two families to those buildings only when owner-occupied Pending  House Government Organization Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2791 Providing for use of blaze orange paint markers and providing a penalty for illegal posting of the land of another person Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2795 Relating to the consolidation of administrative, information, technological, financial and operating systems and functions of West Virginia University Institute of Technology with and into such systems and functions of West Virginia University Pending  Senate Education Committee  03/31/05 
HB 2849 Relating to the financing of environmental control activities by certain qualified electric utilities through the issuance of environmental control bonds Pending  House Finance Committee  03/28/05 
HB 2883 Relating to increasing the environmental protection advisory council membership to nine members Pending  House Government Organization Committee  03/04/05 
HB 2884 Relating to gradually exempting from taxation personal property which is employed exclusively in agriculture Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/04/05 
HB 2910 Relating to salaries, wages and other benefits of school service personnel Pending  House Education Committee  03/07/05 
HB 2968 Providing health insurance coverage under PEIA for long-term substitute teachers and granting permanently employed professional personnel status for filling vacancies Pending  House Education Committee  03/10/05 
HB 2969 Requiring newborn children be tested for long QT syndrome Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  03/10/05 
HB 2978 Redefining school counseling and institute annual professional development for school counselors Pending  House Education Committee  03/10/05 
HB 2990 Permitting the Director of the Natural Resources to set the time and date of the meeting for the convenience of the Public Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2992 Adding operations of clandestine drug labs to the crime of wanton endangerment involving destructive devices Pending  Senate Judiciary Committee  03/29/05 
HB 3016 Excepting the making of appointments by secretaries of licensed real estate brokers and salespersons with buyers and sellers of real estate from the scope of practice of real estate brokerage subject to licensing Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 3018 Relating to designation of Mountaineer Challenge Academy as a special alternative education program Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 3019 Relating to recognizing the Appalachian Education Initiative promoting the role of art education in public schools Pending  Senate Education Committee  03/31/05 
HB 3023 Raising revenues by assessments and collections on all breeding age sheep and goats to fund the state's participation in a federal coyote control program Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 3048 Relating to restructuring of the hunting and fishing license system Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 3049 Creating a new crime of wanton endangerment involving the use of fire and imposing a criminal penalty for such crime Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 3051 Relating to defining certain terms relative to hunting Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 3075 Allowing schools to use the off-months provided for instructional support and enhancement to be used for additional instructional support for continuing education and staff development to meet the requirements of "No Child Left Behind" Pending  House Education Committee  03/17/05 
HB 3078 Eliminating the need for children with learning disabilities or psychological or behavioral disorders from having to be sent out of state in order to receive treatment for their disability or problem Pending  House Education Committee  03/17/05 
HB 3079 Providing for the creation of appropriate alternative facilities at each developmental level for children with serious emotional and psychological disorders Pending  House Education Committee  03/17/05 
HB 3090 Relating to motor vehicle registration of all-terrain vehicles used off private property Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/17/05 
HB 3109 Allowing a nonresident, licensed to carry concealed weapons in another state, to carry a concealed weapon in this state without a reciprocal agreement between the nonresident's state and this state Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/21/05 
HB 3147 Providing a $100.00 per month pay raise to service personnel beginning July 1, 2005 Pending  House Education Committee  03/22/05 
HB 3158 Allowing handicapped persons who have lost a hand, or are otherwise incapacitated from using an arm or a hand to hunt with a bow, to hunt with the use of a crossbow Pending  House A&N Committee  03/23/05 
HB 3163 Prohibiting colleges from requiring students to purchase bundled textbook packages Tabled    3rd Reading  04/01/05 
HB 3179 Establishing the offense of careless driving Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/23/05 
HB 3209 Allowing those members of the Teachers Retirement System who have been called to active duty since September 11, 2001, to repurchase the time by making payments Pending  House Pensions and Retirement Committee  03/24/05 
HB 3268 Relating to discounts at state parks for elderly and disabled persons Pending  House A&N Committee  03/25/05 
HB 3283 Relating to providing that an applicant for a farm use exemption certificate may not be required to appear before any assessor for renewal Pending  House Roads and Transportation Committee  03/25/05 
HB 3359 Relating to filling the positions and extra duty assignments of the absent school bus operators Pending  Senate Education Committee  03/31/05 
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