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SB 19 Eliminating Advisory Board to Secretary of Department of Health and Human Resources and adding Office of Inspector General Chapter 120, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 30 Relating to insurance law reforms and modifications generally Chapter 136, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 40 Limiting time purchaser of certain real estate at sheriff's sale may claim refund Chapter 197, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 42 Limiting liability for waste tire remediation costs for certain owners of real property Vetoed by Governor 4/18/05 - House Journal Effective ninety days from passage
SB 94 Providing additional flexibility for school instructional support and enhancement days Chapter 90, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 104 Repealing section of code relating to working prisoners by county commissions Chapter 178, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 107 Relating to hunting with dogs on land of another without permission Chapter 129, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 122 Allowing certain state-chartered banks to organize as limited liability companies Chapter 27, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 146 Establishing Unborn Victims of Violence Act Chapter 241, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 147 Limiting purchase of substances used in production of methamphetamine Chapter 161, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 153 Relating generally to ethical standards of public officers and employees Chapter 115, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 154 Relating to beneficial use of water treatment plant sludge Chapter 205, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 166 Authorizing sale of certain land on Buffalo Creek, Logan County Chapter 252, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 183 Authorizing warden to allow withdrawal from inmate's savings account in certain cases Chapter 54, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 191 Relating to implementation of modified mental hygiene procedures Chapter 160, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective from passage
SB 194 Relating to Affordable Housing Trust Fund Chapter 5, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 198 Relating to fire safety standards for bed and breakfast establishments Chapter 33, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 213 Continuing Oral Health Program Chapter 216, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 214 Continuing Acupuncture Board Chapter 225, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 215 Continuing Board of Accountancy Chapter 223, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 222 Relating to membership of Workforce Investment Council Chapter 250, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 229 Relating to reports of financial institutions to Division of Banking Chapter 31, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 235 Relating to National Animal Identification System Chapter 15, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 236 Requiring health care facilities train staff, employees and contractors on Alzheimer's disease and related dementia Chapter 119, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 237 Allowing municipalities to increase hotel occupancy tax Chapter 125, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 238 Including steel railroad track and track material under statutory provisions involving purchase of scrap metal Chapter 71, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 240 Granting state employees paid leave for organ donation Chapter 175, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 248 Relating to requirement that technology expenditures be made in accordance with Education Technology Strategic Plan Chapter 94, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 253 Permitting Insurance Commissioner waive or reduce penalty for late filing of tax returns Chapter 145, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 254 Relating to reinsurance intermediaries Chapter 144, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 256 Requiring insurance companies inform policyholders if flood damage not covered Chapter 142, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 261 Providing for special election proposing amendment to Constitution designated Pension Bond Amendment Chapter 177, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective from passage
SB 268 Relating to underage possession of beer and liquor; penalty Chapter 13, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 269 Supplementing, amending, reducing and increasing items of existing appropriations from State Road Fund to Department of Transportation, Division of Highways Chapter 24, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective from passage
SB 278 Relating to lists of stockholders of banking institutions and bank holding companies Chapter 29, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 281 Continuing Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council Chapter 213, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 282 Continuing School Building Authority Chapter 217, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 283 Continuing Health Care Authority Chapter 215, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 285 Continuing Division of Culture and History Chapter 220, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 286 Continuing Public Defender Services Chapter 222, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 287 Transferring authority to propose water quality standard rules to Department of Environmental Protection Chapter 246, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 341 Authorizing Department of Health and Human Resources promulgate legislative rules Chapter 149, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 347 Authorizing rules of Higher Education Policy Commission and Council for Community and Technical College Education Chapter 148, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 348 Clarifying when audits are required of state funds or grants; penalty Chapter 192, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 353 Authorizing Department of Transportation promulgate legislative rules Chapter 154, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 357 Authorizing Department of Revenue promulgate legislative rules Chapter 153, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 382 Authorizing Department of Administration promulgate legislative rules Chapter 150, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective from passage
SB 386 Authorizing Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety promulgate legislative rules Chapter 152, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 401 Relating to institutional boards of governors at certain community and technical colleges Chapter 98, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 406 Establishing Uniform Environmental Covenants Act Chapter 111, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 411 Extending time for county commission of Tyler County to meet as levying body Chapter 255, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 413 Relating generally to financially related activities of state-chartered banking institutions Chapter 28, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 414 Relating to child passenger safety and booster seats Chapter 37, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 417 Providing for organization and joint ownership of joint development entities by municipalities and certain authorities Chapter 57, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 418 Relating generally to regulation of insurance Chapter 135, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 419 Creating Local Government Flexibility Act Chapter 159, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 421 Relating to apportionment of damages in court actions involving tortious conduct in certain cases Chapter 65, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 424 Relating to conservation and preservation easements by personal representatives Chapter 114, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 427 Relating to health maintenance organizations Chapter 143, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 428 Relating to Rehabilitation Environmental Action Plan Chapter 199, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 433 Increasing membership of Environmental Protection Advisory Council Vetoed by Governor 5/4/05 - House Journal Effective July 1, 2005
SB 435 Providing for collection of unpaid fines by municipal courts Chapter 84, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 450 Prohibiting compensation of board members from receiving compensation for certain travel days Chapter 181, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 452 Continuing Board of Risk and Insurance Management Chapter 221, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 455 Relating to financing of environmental control activities by certain electrical utilities Chapter 106, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective from passage
SB 456 Relating to cure offer from merchant or seller to consumer Chapter 50, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 459 Relating to reinsurance and insolvency liability Chapter 137, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 463 Allowing supplemental assessment on personal property when omitted from record books Chapter 229, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 473 Relating to crime of cyber-shoplifting Chapter 72, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 476 Allowing use of red-colored artificial light when hunting coyotes Chapter 127, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 491 Repealing article establishing compact for out-of-state parolee supervision Chapter 176, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 492 Relating to claims against state Chapter 48, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 498 Clarifying responsibility of Prosecuting Attorneys Institute; other provisions Chapter 188, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 513 Relating to tax credits available under Capital Company Act Chapter 34, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 514 Increasing salaries of certain state officials, justices, circuit judges and family court judges Chapter 203, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 521 Requiring state board study insuring buildings and contents owned by county board Chapter 63, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 522 Extending time for Hurricane council to meet as levying body Chapter 251, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective from passage
SB 524 Requiring study of state's centralized accounting system Chapter 1, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 531 Relating to Hospice Licensure Act Chapter 124, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 548 Relating to crime of assault and battery upon Public Service Commission motor carrier inspectors Chapter 69, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 550 Relating to designation of rural hospitals for purposes of Critical Access Hospital Program Chapter 78, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective from passage
SB 558 Relating to management and investment of public funds Chapter 190, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 561 Authorizing Greater Huntington Park and Recreation District impose fees and issue revenue bonds Chapter 131, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 575 Authorizing crossbow hunting for disabled persons Chapter 128, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 580 Prohibiting political subdivisions from regulating seeds Chapter 9, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 583 Relating to appealing orders from family court to circuit court Chapter 64, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 584 Allowing Bureau for Child Support Enforcement enter orders for modification of child support amounts Chapter 38, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 585 Allowing disclosure of juvenile records in certain cases Chapter 41, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 587 Relating to appointment of counsel in abuse and neglect cases Chapter 43, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 588 Relating to cruelty to animals and intervention program for certain youths Chapter 67, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 603 Relating to higher education Chapter 86, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 604 Establishing method for projecting increase in net enrollment for each school district Chapter 92, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 614 Updating meaning of certain terms used in Corporation Net Income Tax Act Chapter 239, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 616 Relating to priority of legislative business for members and certain employees of Legislature Chapter 157, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 623 Updating meaning of certain terms used in Personal Income Tax Act Chapter 236, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 639 Defining "electronic postmark" Chapter 80, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective from passage
SB 640 Allowing notary public and commissioner use stamped imprint Chapter 204, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 643 Relating to taxable income of resident estate or trust Chapter 237, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 646 Excluding certain homeowners' associations proceeds from business and occupation tax Chapter 233, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 650 Relating to small claims hearings by Office of Tax Appeals Chapter 232, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 657 Providing exemption to time limit for filing petition to appeal decision of Tax Commission Chapter 231, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 659 Clarifying definition of "money transmission" Chapter 32, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 661 Relating to juvenile proceedings and multidisciplinary teams Vetoed by Governor 5/4/05 - House Journal Effective from passage
SB 666 Relating to exemptions for certain insurance companies from business franchise tax and corporation net income tax Chapter 238, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 667 Relating to motor fuel excise tax Chapter 234, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 669 Transferring certain election duties from circuit clerk to clerk of county commission Chapter 101, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 670 Relating to electing supervisors for conservation districts Chapter 6, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective from passage
SB 674 Relating to textbook sales at public institutions of higher education Chapter 99, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 684 Relating to imposition of tax on privilege of severing natural gas or oil Vetoed by Governor 5/4/05 - House Journal Effective ninety days from passage
SB 691 Relating to termination of tenancy of factory-built home Chapter 2, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 692 Removing provision certain municipal officers required to have paid real or property taxes prior to election Chapter 58, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 699 Relating to shareholders' simultaneous participation in corporate meeting Chapter 52, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 700 Creating Community Infrastructure Investment Program within Department of Environmental Protection Chapter 113, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 703 Providing consistency in filing procedures for all organization types and cleaning up outdated language Chapter 243, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 705 Delaying effective date of municipal sales and service tax and municipal use tax Chapter 59, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective from passage
SB 716 Creating Regional Jail Operations Partial Reimbursement Fund Chapter 198, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 717 Permitting Wetzel County Hospital provide alternate retirement plan for new employees Chapter 202, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 728 Relating to disposition of state surplus property Chapter 207, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 729 Authorizing magistrate courts order home incarceration Chapter 66, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 731 Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to Department of Transportation, Division of Public Transit Chapter 26, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 732 Making supplementary appropriation from State Fund to Department of Transportation, Aeronautics Commission Chapter 22, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 733 Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to Department of Transportation, Aeronautics Commission Chapter 23, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 734 Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to Miscellaneous Boards and Commissions, State Mapping and Addressing Board Chapter 20, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 735 Relating to cancellation of motor vehicle agreement Chapter 164, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 736 Repealing superceded sections relating to proffers and conditions for final plat approval Chapter 169, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 737 Establishing time limit for licensing board to issue final ruling Chapter 180, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 739 Making supplementary appropriation to Department of Health and Human Resources, Division of Health, Hepatitis B Vaccine Chapter 19, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 741 Exempting farming equipment and livestock from personal property tax Vetoed by Governor 5/4/05 - House Journal Effective ninety days from passage
SB 744 Clarifying criteria for employee to sustain lawsuit for intentional injury Chapter 248, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
SB 746 Reducing rate of tax paid on privilege of severing timber after certain date Vetoed by Governor 5/4/05 - House Journal Effective ninety days from passage
SB 748 Providing credit for mitigation required as component of Army Corps of Engineers Chapter 110, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 749 Authorizing change in official name of public service district in certain cases Chapter 196, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 751 Making supplementary appropriation to Department of Transportation, Division of Motor Vehicles Chapter 25, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
SB 752 Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Environmental Protection Chapter 18, Acts, Regular Session, 2005 Effect from passage
HB 2005 Budget Bill, making appropriations of public money out of the treasury in accordance with section fifty-one, article six of the Constitution Chapter 16, Acts, 2005 Effective from passage
HB 2011 Relieving health care providers of liability where an injury has resulted from a prescribed drug or medical device Chapter 4, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2078 Requiring the spaying or neutering of certain dogs and cats Chapter 82, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2111 Authorizing paramedics to practice in hospital emergency rooms Chapter 117, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2128 Authorizing the Executive Director of the Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority to establish an inmate furlough program Chapter 132, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2129 Creating misdemeanor offense of motion picture piracy Chapter 162, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2150 Expanding the possible venues where a child neglect or abuse petition may be filed Chapter 42, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2163 Eliminating the set-off against unemployment compensation benefits for persons receiving social security benefits Chapter 242, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2174 Developing a procedure to notify licensed professionals who are mandated to report child abuse and neglect of the disposition of the investigation into the report Chapter 45, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2229 Providing for the temporary detention of juveniles who are named respondents in emergency domestic violence protective orders Chapter 36, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2266 Imposing a one hundred dollar per year fee for licenses allowing wine sampling events by wine retailers Chapter 12, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2271 Relating to the payment of expert fees in child abuse and neglect cases Chapter 44, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2285 Providing a procedure for payment of the veterans bonus to veterans of the Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq conflicts Chapter 244, Acts, 2005 Effective from passage
HB 2286 Relating to the sounding of Taps at veteran's honors funerals Chapter 245, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2296 Increasing service of process fees and providing that the fees collected be deposited in the West Virginia deputy sheriff retirement fund Chapter 62, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 2333 Establishing a program to encourage voluntary reclamation of lands adversely affected by mining activities Chapter 112, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2334 Relating to limiting child out-of-state placements Chapter 46, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2350 Relating to conditions for awarding teaching certificates Chapter 95, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2368 Increasing the veterinary fee for each cat and dog vaccinated for rabies Chapter 81, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2371 Authorizing collaborative pharmacy practice agreements between pharmacists and physicians and specify requirements for the agreements Chapter 184, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2381 Authorizing patients or residents of certain health care facilities or homes to designate nonrelatives to receive the same visitation privileges as immediate family members Chapter 118, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2417 Relating to compressed gas container safe transport Chapter 166, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2444 Mandatory participation in the motor vehicle alcohol test and lock program for repeat offenders Chapter 85, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2449 Continuation of the West Virginia Board of Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Chapter 219, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 2466 Eliminate provisions which created unlawful classifications based on race and to update obsolete provisions Chapter 89, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2471 Establishing a financial responsibility program for inmates Chapter 55, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2476 Relating generally to parole and parole proceedings Chapter 179, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2477 Relating to exemptions from execution or other judicial process in consumer credit transaction or consumer leases Chapter 158, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2478 Relating to removing the prohibition against brewers of nonintoxicating beer requiring distributors to submit certain financial documents Chapter 174, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2482 Relating to including jails within the context of certain criminal acts by incarcerated persons Chapter 77, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2483 Repeal the section of the West Virginia Code relating to escape of convicts and rewards Chapter 51, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2492 Providing a funding mechanism for teen court programs Chapter 40, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2495 Repeal the requirement that jails be inspected by appointees of the Circuit Courts Chapter 146, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2497 Providing that a truck with four axles in combination with a trailer with two axles is limited to a max gross weight of eighty thousand pounds with a tolerance of ten percent Chapter 167, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2510 Allowing public sector moneys to be used to satisfy the matching requirements of the workforce initiative in certain circumstances Chapter 249, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2522 Relating to creating and licensing mini-distilleries Chapter 10, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2523 Making it a crime for released inmates to contact correctional employees and requiring that inmates be advised of such prohibition upon release Chapter 75, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2527 Authorizing employees of the multicounty vocational schools to administer the performance tests of service personnel in the counties served by the school Chapter 97, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2528 Relating to alternative programs for the education of teachers Chapter 96, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2534 Continuation of the Tourism Commission Chapter 211, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 2570 Requiring banking institutions to post bond or other security for the deposit of county, municipal or county board of education funds Chapter 87, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2578 Increasing the ratios of professional and service personnel to students in net enrollment Chapter 91, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 2592 Relating to the design-build procurement act Chapter 79, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 2619 Providing that moneys from revenues allocated to volunteer and part volunteer fire companies and departments may be expended for the payment of dues to national, state and county associations Chapter 60, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2623 Continuation of the Public Land Corporation Chapter 218, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 2650 Relating to beef industry self-improvement assessment program Chapter 8, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 2663 Relating to digging, growing, collecting, gathering, possessing and selling ginseng Chapter 7, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2666 Continuation of the Department of Health and Human Resources Chapter 212, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 2667 Continuation of the West Virginia Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Chapter 209, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 2669 Authorizing miscellaneous boards and agencies to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 155, Acts, 2005 Effective from passage
HB 2718 Authorizing the Department of Commerce to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 156, Acts, 2005 Effect from passage
HB 2723 Authorizing the Department of Environmental Protection to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 151, Acts, 2005 Effective from passage
HB 2764 Relating to allowing the Board of Medicine to issue a license to physicians who have been subject to license revocation Chapter 182, Acts, 2005 Effective from passage
HB 2777 Making technical changes concerning High-Tech research zones, parks and technology centers and tax incentives relating thereto Chapter 100, Acts, 2005 Effective from passage
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 Chapter 123, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
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 Chapter 61, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
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 Chapter 93, Acts, 2005 Effect from passage
HB 2789 Relating to the assessment date for bank holding companies Chapter 30, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2802 Updating provisions pertaining to commercial driver's licenses to conform with federal law Chapter 49, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
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 Chapter 254, Acts, 2005 Effect from passage
HB 2813 Relating to requirements for certificate of public convenience and necessity Chapter 194, Acts, 2005 Effect from passage
HB 2816 Promoting healthy lifestyles in West Virginia Chapter 121, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2837 Prescribing personal finance instruction in secondary schools by the State Board of Education Chapter 88, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2846 Continuation of the Real Estate Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board Chapter 226, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 2866 Providing for continuation of tuition and fee payments to members after discharge from military service due to wounds or injuries received in the line of duty Chapter 170, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 2869 Relating to permit the conversion of a domestic corporation to a domestic limited liability company Chapter 53, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2878 Relating to allowing the fraud unit to investigate the forgery of insurance documents Chapter 133, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2885 Relating to tuberculosis testing, control, treatment and commitment Chapter 116, Acts, 2005 Effective from passage
HB 2890 Relating to unlawful methods of hunting and fishing Chapter 126, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2891 Relating to the reorganization of the executive branch of state government Chapter 200, Acts, 2005 Effective from passage
HB 2892 Continuation of the Bureau for Child Support Enforcement Chapter 227, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 2893 Continuation of the James "Tiger" Morton Catastrophic Illness Commission Chapter 214, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 2929 Relating to the administration of anesthesia by dentists Chapter 183, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2937 Relating to the replacement of individual life insurance policies and annuity contracts Chapter 139, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2939 Relating to the Federal Cash Management Act Chapter 191, Acts, 2005 Effective from passage
HB 2950 Relating to requiring a paper copy of a voter's votes when using an electronic system to vote if an election is contested or for a random count of precincts Chapter 103, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2958 Continuing the Public Employees Insurance Agency Finance Board Chapter 210, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 2960 Permitting licensed restaurants to sell sealed bottles of wine produced by a member of the West Virginia Farm Wineries Association for consumption off the premises Chapter 11, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 2966 Creating a statewide thoroughbred breeders program Vetoed by Governor 5/4/05 - House Journal Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2973 Allowing broker/dealers, in addition to banks, to act as custodians of insurance company securities Chapter 138, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2980 Providing for the certification of special inspectors and to permit the acceptance of inspections provided by special inspectors in lieu of inspections by the Division of Labor Chapter 14, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
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 Chapter 47, Acts, 2005 Effective from passage
HB 2984 State Pensions and Retirement generally Chapter 201, Acts, 2005 Effective from passage
HB 2990 Permitting the Director of the Natural Resources to set the time and date of the meeting for the convenience of the Public Chapter 172, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2991 Providing criminal penalties for aiding escape and specifying items that are unlawful to deliver to or be possessed by individuals in custody or confinement Chapter 73, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3002 Removing the thirty day deadline for submitting party designations to be eligible to vote in the primary election Chapter 102, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3010 Providing that the Commissioner of Corrections may authorize wardens or administrators to establish imprest funds for transporting inmates Chapter 56, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3012 Exempting property acquired by lease purchase agreement by the state, a county, district, city, village, town or other political subdivision, state college or university, from property tax Chapter 230, Acts, 2005 Effective from passage
HB 3014 Clarifying that mandated accident and sickness insurance benefits do not apply to limited coverage policies, unless expressly made applicable to such policies Chapter 140, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
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 Chapter 187, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3018 Relating to designation of Mountaineer Challenge Academy as a special alternative education program Chapter 168, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
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 Chapter 228, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3031 Fee increase for practice of landscape architecture Chapter 186, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 3033 Extending the temporary special reclamation tax for an additional twenty-four months Chapter 107, Acts, 2005 Effective from passage
HB 3045 Relating to the creation and modification of public service districts Chapter 195, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3046 Continuation of the Board of Veterinary Medicine Chapter 224, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 3048 Relating to restructuring of the hunting and fishing license system Chapter 130, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3049 Creating a new crime of wanton endangerment involving the use of fire and imposing a criminal penalty for such crime Chapter 68, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3051 Relating to defining certain terms relative to hunting Chapter 171, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3068 Authorizing private inspectors to conduct annual inspections of elevators in state-owned buildings while establishing authority for the Division of Labor to conduct over-site inspections Chapter 105, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3089 Adding a representative to the trucking advisory committee and adding routes to the coal resource transportation road system in Braxton and Webster counties Chapter 165, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3094 Relating to child support and enforcement Chapter 39, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3098 Expanding the prohibitions and criminal penalties for sexual exploitation or sexual abuse of a child by a parent, or guardian or custodian to include offenses by persons who hold a position of trust in relation to a child Chapter 74, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3104 Relating to the payment of telecommunications charges Chapter 240, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3105 Creating a special revenue fund for the provision of occupational safety and health initiatives Chapter 147, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 3106 Relating to the ability of the public employees insurance agency to participate in the investment pools of the investment management board Chapter 189, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3125 Providing for biannual independent review of the Neighborhood Investment Program and to extend the program until July 1, 2008 Chapter 173, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3138 Relating to requiring health insurance plans to cover the cost of contraceptives Chapter 141, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3151 Regulating dialysis technicians by the Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses Chapter 185, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 3152 Clarifying that the Board of Risk and Insurance Management is not to provide insurance for every property, activity or responsibility of the county boards of education Chapter 134, Acts, 2005 Effect from passage
HB 3153 Establishing the crime of railroad vandalism Chapter 70, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3174 Providing that expressions of apology, responsibility, sympathy, condolence or a general sense of benevolence made by a health-care provider to a patient, shall be inadmissable as evidence of admission of liability Chapter 3, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3178 Relating to domestic violence and clarifying when permanent injunctions and other provisions may be granted in final divorce orders Chapter 83, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3181 Supplementary appropriation to the bureau of commerce - economic development authority Chapter 17, Acts, 2005 Effective from passage
HB 3203 Authorizing the closure of certain existing retirement funds for municipal policemen and firemen and establishment of a defined contribution plan in lieu thereof Vetoed by Governor 5/4/05 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3208 Adjusting the formula by which the Public Service Commission distributes wireless enhanced 911 fee revenues to the counties Chapter 247, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3211 Permitting purchasers of motor fuels upon which federal tax is due to delay payment of reimbursement of the taxes to the vendor until the day before the payment is due the Internal Revenue Service Chapter 163, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3219 Amending the provisions of the West Virginia Victims of Crime Compensation Act to make it clear that persons holding authority with respect to the victim by power of attorney or other authority have the authority to assert claims Chapter 76, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3236 Relating to the special reclamation tax and special tax on coal production, providing that both of these taxes apply to thin seam coal and providing that the special reclamation tax is subject to the West Virginia Tax Crimes and Penalties Act and the West Virginia Tax Procedure and Administration Act Chapter 108, Acts, 2005 Effect from passage
HB 3280 Relating to modifying the review by the Public Service Commission of public convenience and necessity applications where the project has been approved by the Infrastructure and Jobs Development Council Chapter 193, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3281 Relating to making it a crime to alter, destroy, or tamper with computer equipment containing voter registration information Chapter 104, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3293 Establishing residential treatment programs for regional jail inmates who are abusers of alcohol and other drugs Vetoed by Governor 4/18/05 - Senate Journal Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3306 Allowing fees charged for requests for information from the central abuse registry to be used for criminal record keeping Chapter 35, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3328 Changing the name of the office of emergency services and specifying additional responsibilities Chapter 122, Acts, 2005 Effect from passage
HB 3347 Extending the time for the Pocahontas County Commission to meet as a levying body Chapter 253, Acts, 2005 Effective from passage
HB 3354 Secretary's authority to assess a permit fee for well work permit, deep wells, coalbed methane wells and reclamation fund fees Chapter 109, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3356 Powers and duties of solid waste management board Chapter 206, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3357 Streamlined sales and use tax administration Chapter 235, Acts, 2005 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3360 Requiring the IS & C Director to create and maintain an information systems disaster recovery system Vetoed by Governor 5/4/05 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3361 Termination of agencies following performance evaluations Chapter 208, Acts, 2005 Effective July 1, 2005
HB 3363 Supplementing, amending, reducing and adding a new item to the existing appropriations from the state fund to the department of military affairs and public safety - division of corrections Chapter 21, Acts, 2005 Effective from passage
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