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Delegate Susman sponsored 32 bills:

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HB 2196 Requiring commercial trucks to have the corporate name prominently displayed on the truck Pending  House Roads and Transportation Committee  02/11/05 
HB 2216 Exempting certain physicians from obtaining preauthorization before being able to dispense psychotrophic medications to mentally ill medicaid recipient patients Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  02/11/05 
HB 2246 Securing the right of blind and visually impaired people to vote under the same conditions of privacy and independence as sighted people Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/11/05 
HB 2337 Increasing the distance that a beer licensee must be located from a school or church Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/15/05 
HB 2372 Exempting sales of drugs to licensed physicians which are to be consumed in the performance of a professional service from the consumers sales and service tax Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  02/16/05 
HB 2380 Providing for a program intended to divert low-income residents from early institutionalization in nursing homes by providing personal home care in their communities Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  02/16/05 
HB 2398 Providing for a standard form informational list of universal accessibility features to be provided to a future buyer of any proposed residential housing in the state Pending  House Government Organization Committee  02/16/05 
HB 2402 Providing for the appointment of a blind person as an ad hoc nonvoting member of the state library commission to serve as an advisor Pending  House Government Organization Committee  02/16/05 
HB 2406 Limiting financial assistance from the housing development fund to nonresidential projects Pending  House Finance Committee  02/16/05 
HB 2414 Requiring the department of health and human resources to review the pay equity adjustment it made in 1999 Pending  House Finance Committee  02/16/05 
HB 2468 Requiring a public hearing and county commission approval prior to the issuance of an initial or transfer license for a private club Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/17/05 
HB 2499 Relating to increasing supplemental benefits to certain teacher retirement annuitants Pending  House Pensions and Retirement Committee  02/18/05 
HB 2580 Phasing out the sales tax on food Pending  House Finance Committee  02/21/05 
HB 2581 Prohibiting persons fourteen years of age or younger from riding in the open bed of a truck or trailer except when in a parade or for farm work Pending  House Roads and Transportation Committee  02/21/05 
HB 2604 Requiring county school boards to employ one school nurse for every one thousand pupils Pending  House Education Committee  02/23/05 
HB 2613 Providing insurance coverage for osteoporosis screening and treatment Pending  House Banking and Insurance Committee  02/23/05 
HB 2614 Preventing insurers from failing to renew an automobile liability or property damage policy for acts of God, excluding damage by floods Pending  House Banking and Insurance Committee  02/23/05 
HB 2622 Adding the state Americans with disabilities act coordinator as a member of the capitol building commission Pending  House Government Organization Committee  02/23/05 
HB 2649 Requiring basic training in Alzheimer's and dementia in certain health care facilities Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  02/24/05 
HB 2766 Relating to the expansion of newborn testing to include sickle cell anemia Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2796 Relating to controlling post-construction storm water runoff from subdivisions and developments Pending  House Political Subdivisions Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2804 Requiring county boards of education to employ one school nurse for every one thousand five hundred pupils based upon net enrollment in all grades Pending  House Education Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2808 Relating to adding a magistrate to those serving Raleigh County Pending  Senate Judiciary Committee  03/31/05 
HB 2865 Providing that rehabilitation counselors employed by the Division of Rehabilitative Services shall be paid at an equivalent rate to public school counselors Pending  House Education Committee  03/04/05 
HB 2870 Relating to universal design, providing immunity from civil damages Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/04/05 
HB 2872 Expanding coverage in the Children's Health Insurance Program up to three hundred percent of the federal poverty level Pending  House Finance Committee  03/10/05 
HB 2981 Finding and declaring certain claims against the state and its agencies to be moral obligations of the state and directing the Auditor to issue warrants for the payment thereof Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2995 Including a checkoff option on the state personal tax return to donate some or all of any tax refund to the "James 'Tiger' Morton Catastrophic Illness Check-off Program" Tabled    2nd Reading  03/31/05 
HB 3006 Relating to parental notification of abortions performed on unemancipated minors Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  03/11/05 
HB 3105 Creating a special revenue fund for the provision of occupational safety and health initiatives Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 3106 Relating to the ability of the public employees insurance agency to participate in the investment pools of the investment management board Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 3309 Exempting Mental-Health Retardation Centers from payment of the privilege tax and providing that Mental-Health Retardation Centers are covered by the Board of Risk and Insurance Management without the requirement to pay a premium Pending  Senate Finance Committee  03/31/05 
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