Senate Bill 280 History
OTHER VERSIONS -
Senate Bill No. 280
(By Senators Tomblin, Mr. President, Bailey, Prezioso, Bowman,
Guills, Sharpe, McKenzie, Jenkins, Deem, Fanning, Oliverio, Chafin,
Hunter, Sprouse, Yoder, McCabe, Love, Kessler, Minear, Facemyer,
Helmick, Weeks, Dempsey, Harrison, Edgell, Lanham, Minard, Boley,
Barnes, White, Unger, Caruth, Foster and Plymale)
[Introduced February 24, 2005; referred to the Committee
on the Military.]
A BILL to amend the Code of West Virginia, 1931, as amended, by
adding thereto a new section, designated §15-1F-1b, relating
to tolling any state licensure or registration requirement for
persons on active duty in the United States military.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:
That the Code of West Virginia, 1931, as amended, be amended
by adding thereto a new section, designated §15-1F-1b, to read as
ARTICLE 1F. PRIVILEGES AND PROHIBITIONS.
§15-1F-1b. Tolling of the running of any licensure or
The running of any licensure or registration requirement,
including, but not limited to, the payment of registration fees of
a licensing board or commission of the state shall be tolled during the period of absence for active duty for any member of the armed
services of the United States or the National Guard or other
reserve component of the armed forces until sixty days after the
return of the member from active duty.
(NOTE: The purpose of this bill is to toll any state
licensure or registration requirement for persons on active duty in
the United States military.
This section is new; therefore, strike-throughs and
underscoring have been omitted.)