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SB 482 Continuing tuition and fees for certain national guard members at higher education institutions Pending  Senate Education Committee  03/08/05 
SB 483 Removing cap on scholarship funds for surviving children of certain State Police Pending  Senate Education Committee  03/08/05 
SB 484 Lowering retirement age for State Police and eliminating benefit reduction for disabled officers Pending  Senate Pensions Committee  03/08/05 
SB 485 Relating to powers and duties of Board of Pharmacy Pending    2nd Reading  04/09/05 
SB 486 Amending medical professional liability statute to include pharmacists and pharmacies Pending  Senate Health and Human Resources Committee  03/08/05 
SB 487 Authorizing use of ballot-marking accessible voting systems Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/29/05 
HB 2931 Providing for any review of the State Tax Commissioner's ruling on a question of classification or taxability (not valuation) of real property for ad valorem tax purposes to be by the Office of Tax Appeals Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/08/05 
HB 2932 Providing for binding arbitration and optional mediation for state employees, employees for boards of education and county board of health Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/28/05 
HB 2933 Authorizing the use of ballot-marking accessible voting systems while setting forth minimum requirements for these systems Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/08/05 
HB 2934 Creating new felony offenses of malicious wounding with the use of a firearm and unlawful wounding with the use of a firearm of a law enforcement officer and providing for mandatory jail sentences Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/08/05 
HB 2935 Requiring cross-reporting among child protective service workers, adult protective service workers, law enforcement and humane officers of suspected child abuse or neglect, abuse or neglect of elderly adults, or animal cruelty Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/08/05 
HB 2936 Relating to regulation of advertising by dentists Pending  Senate Judiciary Committee  03/22/05 
HB 2937 Relating to the replacement of individual life insurance policies and annuity contracts Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2938 Including persons with common bonds or persons who reside in well-defined communities as eligible for membership in a credit union Pending  House Banking and Insurance Committee  03/08/05 
HB 2939 Relating to the Federal Cash Management Act Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 2940 Prohibiting the destruction of frozen embryos, and to provide for the adoption of frozen embryos and to impose a fine for noncompliance Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  03/08/05 
HB 2941 Relating to banning abortions in West Virginia; and providing a criminal penalty for violation Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  03/08/05 
HB 2942 Authorizing counties to impose, as an alternative to 911 fees on local exchange telephone lines, a 911 service fee on owners of real estate Pending  House Political Subdivisions Committee  03/08/05 
HB 2943 Establishing county and municipal authorities to provide for and maintain facilities to house Child Advocacy Centers Pending  House Political Subdivisions Committee  03/08/05 
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