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SB 407 Requiring certain trucks and buses install mud flaps Pending  Senate Transportation and Infrastructure Committee  03/01/05 
SB 408 Providing pay for county boards of education for mandatory education Pending  Senate Education Committee  03/01/05 
SB 409 Providing high school diplomas for certain veterans Pending  Senate Education Committee  03/11/05 
SB 410 Relating to West Virginians Give Act Pending  Senate Finance Committee  03/01/05 
SB 411 Extending time for county commission of Tyler County to meet as levying body Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
SB 412 Requiring state troopers compensated for standby time Pending  Senate Finance Committee  03/01/05 
SB 413 Relating generally to financially related activities of state-chartered banking institutions Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
SB 414 Relating to child passenger safety and booster seats Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
SB 415 Removing requirement public utility must obtain certificate of public convenience and necessity Pending  Senate Judiciary Committee  03/01/05 
SB 416 Creating Healthy Lifestyles Office in Department of Education and Arts Pending  Senate Health and Human Resources Committee  03/01/05 
SB 417 Providing for organization and joint ownership of joint development entities by municipalities and certain authorities Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
SB 418 Relating generally to regulation of insurance Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
SB 419 Creating Local Government Flexibility Act Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
SB 420 Requiring anyone using explosives provide quarterly inventory and usage report to State Police Pending  Senate Judiciary Committee  03/01/05 
SB 421 Relating to apportionment of damages in court actions involving tortious conduct in certain cases Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2765 Colon Cancer Detection and Awareness Act Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  03/01/05 
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 2767 Prohibiting abortions at state college or university medical facilities, except when the abortion is necessary to save the life of the woman receiving the abortion Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2768 Multiple Prescriptions Abuse Prevention Act Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2769 Homestead exemption from debts caused by catastrophic illness Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2770 Relating to enhancement of penalties for crimes against the elderly Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2771 Increasing the fine for a first offense misdemeanor conviction of illegally parking in an accessible parking space Pending  House Roads and Transportation Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2772 Requiring commercial entities who maintain databases notify consumer in writing when personal data has been compromised Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2773 Providing that the applicable statue of limitations is tolled as to all potential third-party defendants after an initial tortfeasor is sued Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2774 Creating one or more pilot programs establishing a court referral officer program for certain offenses related to driving under the influence of alcohol, controlled substances or drugs Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2775 Equalizing the interest rate for prejudgment and post-judgment awards Pending  Senate Judiciary Committee  03/23/05 
HB 2776 Providing for the staggered election of justices of the Supreme Court of Appeals on a nonpartisan basis beginning with the general election held in 2008 Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2777 Making technical changes concerning High-Tech research zones, parks and technology centers and tax incentives relating thereto Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2778 Relating to mandatory sentencing for any person who maliciously shoots a police officer on duty or unlawfully, but not maliciously, shoots a police officer on duty Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2779 Clarifying when audits are required of state funds or grants Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2780 Relating to increasing the allocation of racetrack video lottery net terminal income to be used for payment into the pension plan for employees of the Licensed Racing Association Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2781 Relating to annexation of unincorporated territory Pending  Senate Government Organization Committee  03/31/05 
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 2783 Authorizing the Director of the Division of Rehabilitation Services to allow youth or other civic groups to use rehabilitation facilities and to charge a reasonable rent therefor Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2784 Allowing comparable credit at trade or vocational schools approved by the State Board to count towards service personnel pay rates Pending  House Education Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2785 Requiring the Division of Highways to grant priority to roadway construction, reconstruction and maintenance for roadways prone to flooding Pending  House Roads and Transportation Committee  03/01/05 
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 2787 Relating to reports of financial institutions to the Division of Banking Pending  House Banking and Insurance Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2788 Directing any unallocated funds from the sale of bonds equally between various funds developed for flood relief Pending  House Finance Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2789 Relating to the assessment date for bank holding companies Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2790 Relating to liability of physicians who render services to youth camps and programs Pending  House Judiciary 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 2792 Providing for the redistricting office of the joint committee on government and finance to propose redistricting plans during census years Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2793 Increasing the number of persons to whom credit union services would be extended Pending  House Banking and Insurance Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2794 Raising the minimum wage to $5.50 per hour by June 30,2005 and to $6.15 per hour by January 1, 2007 Pending  House Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business 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 2796 Relating to controlling post-construction storm water runoff from subdivisions and developments Pending  House Political Subdivisions Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2797 Relating to salary increases for Division of Corrections and Division of Juvenile Services employees based on years of service Pending  House Finance Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2798 Relating to establishing the crime of purchasing scrap railroad steel without making a record of such purchase Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2799 Permitting courts to issue orders of interdiction prohibiting the sale of alcoholic liquors, non-intoxicating beer and wine, controlled substances or drugs Tabled    1st Reading  03/31/05 
HB 2800 Formulating a process in which to project the net enrollment in growth counties Pending  House Education Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2801 Relating to removing the delay in school aid formula funding for increased student enrollment Tabled    2nd Reading  03/30/05 
HB 2802 Updating provisions pertaining to commercial driver's licenses to conform with federal law Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2803 Relating to hiring assistant principals and the minimum employment terms for principals, assistant principals and secretaries Pending  House Education 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 2805 Relating to substitute service personnel seniority Pending  House Education Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2806 Providing for increased compensation for aides and paraprofessionals with large numbers of pupils in kindergarten and grades one through six Pending  House Education Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2807 Prohibiting pharmacists and other persons involved in dispensing medicines from refusing to fill prescriptions Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2808 Relating to adding a magistrate to those serving Raleigh County Pending  Senate Judiciary Committee  03/31/05 
HB 2809 Prohibiting public contracts with vendors unless they can demonstrate that they offer health care insurance to their employees and pay at least 75% of the cost of such insurance coverage Tabled    2nd Reading  03/31/05 
HB 2810 Relating to disclosure requirements for political campaign advertisements Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2811 Allowing counties and municipalities to raise the hotel occupancy tax from 3% to an amount up to 6% Pending  House Political Subdivisions Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2812 Extending the time for the Preston County Board of Education to meet as a levying body for the purpose of presenting a special levy election for the voters in the county Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2813 Relating to requirements for certificate of public convenience and necessity Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2814 Relating to financially-related activities of State-charted Banking Institutions Tabled    3rd Reading  03/21/05 
HB 2815 Requiring the use of an appropriate child passenger restraint device or booster seat until the child is at least six years of age and weighs at least sixty pounds Tabled    3rd Reading  03/31/05 
HB 2816 Promoting healthy lifestyles in West Virginia Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2817 Relating to enacting the Elder and Mental Retardation Offense Registration Act Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2818 Relating to requiring lien holders to notify the sheriff's office via written instrument and to record a release in the county clerk's office within sixty days after the lien has been satisfied Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2819 Changing the phrase " It is, therefore, the desire of the Legislature" to "It is, therefore the intent of the Legislature" Pending  House Education Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2820 Providing for insurance reform by expanding and providing for funding, and expanded powers for the office of consumer advocacy Pending  House Banking and Insurance Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2821 Establishing a pilot program that provides certain units of government with additional flexibility during a twenty-four month period ending June 30, 2007 Pending  House Political Subdivisions Committee  03/01/05 
HB 2822 Providing that municipalities, county development authorities or municipal development authorities, or both, may organize and jointly own joint development entities Tabled    3rd Reading  04/04/05 
HB 2823 Supplemental appropriation to the Department of Transportation, Division of Highways Tabled    3rd Reading  03/03/05 
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