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There were 685 code citations affected by 326 bills, for the 2002 session.

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§ 1 - 2 - 2 b SB 163 Relating to precinct boundary changes Signed  Effect from passage
§ 2 - 2 - 1 HB 4423 Designating Susan B. Anthony Day a legal holiday Signed 
§ 2 - 2 - 1 a HB 4423 Designating Susan B. Anthony Day a legal holiday Signed 
§ 3 - 1 - 9 HB 4566 Requiring executive committees to file with the secretary of state a current listing of all members Signed 
§ 3 - 1 - 29 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 1 - 30 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 1 - 34 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 1 C- * SB 226 Creating Accessible Voting Technology Act Signed 
§ 3 - 2 - 7 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 2 - 19 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 3 - 2 a SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 3 - 3 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 3 - 4 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 3 - 7 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 3 - 8 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 3 - 11 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 4 - 10 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 4 - 20 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 4 A- 3 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 4 A- 19 a SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 4 A- 21 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 5 - 13 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 6 - 2 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 6 - 4 a SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 6 - 6 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 7 - 6 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 3 - 8 - 4 a SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 4 - 8 - 1 SB 471 Continuing capitol building commission Signed 
§ 4 - 8 - 6 SB 471 Continuing capitol building commission Signed 
§ 4 - 10 - 4 HB 4662 Changing termination dates pursuant to the sunset law Signed 
§ 4 - 10 - 4 a HB 4662 Changing termination dates pursuant to the sunset law Signed 
§ 4 - 10 - 5 HB 4662 Changing termination dates pursuant to the sunset law Signed 
§ 4 - 10 - 5 a HB 4662 Changing termination dates pursuant to the sunset law Signed 
§ 4 - 10 - 5 b HB 4662 Changing termination dates pursuant to the sunset law Signed 
§ 5 - 1 - 9 HB 4115 Authority of correctional officers to execute warrants on persons in their custody and providing that video arraignments be conducted by county magistrates Signed  Effect from passage
§ 5 - 5 - 2 SB 115 Eliminating certain service cap on incremental salary increases to state employees Signed  Effect from passage
§ 5 - 5 - 5 SB 639 Providing for gender-based pay equity salary adjustment for state employees Signed  Effective from passage
§ 5 - 10 - 2 SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§ 5 - 10 - 14 HB 4658 Relating to public employees retirement and state teachers' retirement Signed 
§ 5 - 10 - 21 SB 652 Relating to public employees retirement act; deferred annuity Signed 
§ 5 - 10 - 22 c HB 4658 Relating to public employees retirement and state teachers' retirement Signed 
§ 5 - 10 - 27 c SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§ 5 - 10 - 27 d SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§ 5 - 10 - 48 HB 4658 Relating to public employees retirement and state teachers' retirement Signed 
§ 5 - 10 A- 8 SB 615 Prohibiting certain persons from withdrawing PERS contributions Signed 
§ 5 - 10 B- 2 SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§ 5 - 10 D- 7 SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§ 5 - 15 - 2 HB 2465 Rights and privileges with respect to access to public facilities for guide or support dogs and trainers Signed 
§ 5 - 15 - 3 HB 2465 Rights and privileges with respect to access to public facilities for guide or support dogs and trainers Signed 
§ 5 - 15 - 4 HB 2465 Rights and privileges with respect to access to public facilities for guide or support dogs and trainers Signed 
§ 5 - 15 - 5 HB 2465 Rights and privileges with respect to access to public facilities for guide or support dogs and trainers Signed 
§ 5 - 15 - 6 HB 2465 Rights and privileges with respect to access to public facilities for guide or support dogs and trainers Signed 
§ 5 - 15 - 7 HB 2465 Rights and privileges with respect to access to public facilities for guide or support dogs and trainers Signed 
§ 5 - 15 - 8 HB 2465 Rights and privileges with respect to access to public facilities for guide or support dogs and trainers Signed 
§ 5 - 16 - 2 SB 592 Defining "plan" in public employees insurance act Signed 
§ 5 - 16 - 3 HB 4136 Continuation of the public employees insurance agency Signed 
§ 5 - 16 - 7 HB 4039 Requiring that mental health benefits be treated equally to other medical and surgical benefits provided under health insurance and health benefits plans Signed 
§ 5 - 16 - 7 c HB 2730 Requiring insurance coverage for a reasonable period of inpatient care following mastectomy surgery Signed 
§ 5 - 16 - 27 HB 4136 Continuation of the public employees insurance agency Signed 
§ 5 - 26 - 5 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§ 5 - 26 - 9 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§ 5 A- 2 - 14 a SB 738 Relating to appropriation of moneys from public employees insurance reserve fund Signed  Effect from passage
§ 5 A- 2 - 23 SB 237 Removing requirement agencies applying for, receiving and expending federal funds send report to Legislature Signed 
§ 5 A- 3 - 57 SB 468 Continuing division of purchasing within department of administration Signed 
§ 5 A- 4 - 5 SB 724 Regulating parking on property owned or leased by state Signed 
§ 5 A- 8 - 15 SB 472 Continuing records management and preservation board Signed 
§ 5 A- 8 - 15 a SB 472 Continuing records management and preservation board Signed 
§ 5 B- 2 A- 5 SB 698 Relating to duties of office of coalfield community development Signed 
§ 5 B- 2 A- 7 SB 698 Relating to duties of office of coalfield community development Signed 
§ 5 B- 2 A- 8 SB 698 Relating to duties of office of coalfield community development Signed 
§ 5 B- 2 A- 9 SB 698 Relating to duties of office of coalfield community development Signed 
§ 5 B- 2 A- 12 SB 698 Relating to duties of office of coalfield community development Signed 
§ 5 B- 2 B- * HB 4083 West Virginia Workforce Investment Act Signed 
§ 5 E- 1 - 8 HB 4663 Reducing the total tax credits available under the Capital Company Act Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§ 5 E- 1 - 22 HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§ 6 - 3 - 1 a HB 4314 Prohibiting reserve officers from carrying firearms Signed 
§ 6 - 7 - 1 HB 4012 Requiring certain new public employees, officers or certain officials hired after a certain date to be paid one pay cycle in arrears Signed 
§ 6 - 7 - 2 a SB 690 Increasing salary of racing commission and water development authority board Signed 
§ 6 - 9 - 8 SB 409 Relating to transfer of certain funds to securities division of auditor's office Signed  Effective from passage
§ 6 B- 2 - 11 SB 241 Continuing ethics commission Signed 
§ 6 B- 3 - 2 HB 4016 Relating to the regulation of lobbyist activities Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§ 6 B- 3 - 3 HB 4016 Relating to the regulation of lobbyist activities Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§ 6 B- 3 - 3 a HB 4016 Relating to the regulation of lobbyist activities Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§ 6 B- 3 - 4 HB 4016 Relating to the regulation of lobbyist activities Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§ 6 B- 3 - 9 HB 4016 Relating to the regulation of lobbyist activities Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§ 7 - 1 - 3 d SB 180 Authorizing certain fire service fees paid by property owners Signed 
§ 7 - 1 - 3ii HB 3142 Requiring visible postings of addresses for mobile homes in certain mobile home parks Signed 
§ 7 - 1 - 3jj SB 104 Restricting location of businesses offering exotic entertainment Signed 
§ 7 - 1 - 3kk SB 3 Authorizing county commissions to provide for elimination of hazards to public safety Signed 
§ 7 - 1 - 13 HB 4335 Relating to municipal or county ordinances regulating the placing, screening or height of amateur radio antennas Signed 
§ 7 - 4 - 2 SB 267 Relating to services of prosecuting attorney's investigator Signed 
§ 7 - 5 - 16 HB 4366 Filing and publication of county reports Signed 
§ 7 - 7 - 1 SB 211 Relating to salaries and duties of elected county official generally Signed 
§ 7 - 7 - 4 SB 211 Relating to salaries and duties of elected county official generally Signed 
§ 7 - 7 - 7 a HB 2012 Prohibiting certain county officeholders from spending more than fifty percent of their budgets before the end of the calendar year Signed 
§ 7 - 8 - 12 HB 2966 Extending authority for corrections and confinement officers to be employed at work farms and correcting antiquated language Signed 
§ 7 - 11 B- * SB 244 Relating to tax increment financing act Signed 
§ 7 - 14 - 17 c HB 4060 Removing the sixteen-year cap on salary increments for years of service for deputy sheriffs Signed 
§ 7 - 14 D- 2 a SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§ 7 - 14 D- 9 c SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§ 7 - 14 D- 9 d SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§ 7 - 14 D- 24 HB 2808 Providing that certain sheriffs with prior service as deputy sheriff and sheriff may participate in the deputy sheriff's retirement system Signed  Effective from passage
§ 8 - 5 - 13 SB 196 Relating to election laws generally Signed  Effect from passage
§ 8 - 10 - 2 HB 4309 Enabling cities or municipalities to allow the municipal court clerk to serve as municipal court judge in certain circumstances Signed 
§ 8 - 10 - 2 a HB 4580 Extending time period to make payment of costs, fines, fees, forfeitures and restitutions or penalties in municipal and magistrate court Signed 
§ 8 - 10 - 2 b HB 4580 Extending time period to make payment of costs, fines, fees, forfeitures and restitutions or penalties in municipal and magistrate court Signed 
§ 8 - 12 - 5 HB 3142 Requiring visible postings of addresses for mobile homes in certain mobile home parks Signed 
§ 8 - 12 - 5 c SB 104 Restricting location of businesses offering exotic entertainment Signed 
§ 8 - 12 - 5 d HB 4335 Relating to municipal or county ordinances regulating the placing, screening or height of amateur radio antennas Signed 
§ 8 - 13 - 23 SB 554 Modifying requirements for publishing legal advertisements; increasing rates Signed 
§ 8 - 13 B- * HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§ 8 - 15 - 8 c HB 2986 Limiting the civil liability of an entity donating used or obsolete fire equipment to a volunteer fire department Signed 
§ 8 - 15 - 22 HB 4490 Moving the law relating to professional firefighters from chapter thirty to chapter eight of the code and changing the names of certain associations Signed 
§ 8 - 15 - 24 HB 4540 Political activities of members of paid fire departments Signed 
§ 8 - 15 A- * HB 4490 Moving the law relating to professional firefighters from chapter thirty to chapter eight of the code and changing the names of certain associations Signed 
§ 8 - 22 - 20 HB 4388 Relating to municipal police and firemen's pension and relief funds Signed 
§ 8 - 22 - 20 a SB 601 Relating to municipal police and firemen's pension and relief funds Signed 
§ 8 - 23 - 3 SB 679 Relating to intergovernmental relations generally Signed 
§ 8 - 23 - 6 SB 679 Relating to intergovernmental relations generally Signed 
§ 8 - 23 - 8 SB 679 Relating to intergovernmental relations generally Signed 
§ 8 - 24 - 48 SB 171 Authorizing zoning ordinance elections Signed 
§ 8 - 24 - 74 a HB 4331 Funding county farmland protection programs Signed 
§ 8 - 24 - 81 HB 4331 Funding county farmland protection programs Signed 
§ 8 - 24 - 85 HB 4331 Funding county farmland protection programs Signed 
§ 9 - 2 - 1 a HB 4256 Continuing the department of health and human resources Signed 
§ 9 - 5 - 15 HB 4666 Establishing a process to enter into negotiations with pharmaceutical companies for rebates that cannot be accessed through Freedom of Information Act requests or open meetings Signed  Effective from passage
§ 9 A- 1 - 2 SB 473 Continuing veterans' council Signed 
§ 9 A- 1 - 2 a SB 473 Continuing veterans' council Signed 
§ 9 A- 1 - 4 SB 428 Revising duties and functions of veterans' council Signed 
§10 - 5 - 2 HB 4099 Continuing the educational broadcasting authority Signed 
§10 - 5 - 6 HB 4099 Continuing the educational broadcasting authority Signed 
§11 - 1 - 1 a HB 4010 Allowing the tax and banking commissioners to employ legal counsel to represent them in certain proceedings Signed 
§11 - 1 C- 14 SB 578 Allowing tax commissioner share certain confidential information with geological and economic survey Signed 
§11 - 10 - 4 HB 4305 Creating the West Virginia tax tribunal to resolve disputes between the tax commissioner and taxpayers Signed 
§11 - 10 - 5 d SB 290 Extending confidentiality and nondisclosure of tax information to local and municipal governments Signed 
§11 - 10 - 5 s HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 10 - 8 HB 4305 Creating the West Virginia tax tribunal to resolve disputes between the tax commissioner and taxpayers Signed 
§11 - 10 - 9 HB 4305 Creating the West Virginia tax tribunal to resolve disputes between the tax commissioner and taxpayers Signed 
§11 - 10 - 9 a HB 4305 Creating the West Virginia tax tribunal to resolve disputes between the tax commissioner and taxpayers Signed 
§11 - 10 - 10 HB 4305 Creating the West Virginia tax tribunal to resolve disputes between the tax commissioner and taxpayers Signed 
§11 - 10 - 10 a HB 4305 Creating the West Virginia tax tribunal to resolve disputes between the tax commissioner and taxpayers Signed 
§11 - 10 - 11 a HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 10 - 14 HB 4305 Creating the West Virginia tax tribunal to resolve disputes between the tax commissioner and taxpayers Signed 
§11 - 10 - 17 HB 4305 Creating the West Virginia tax tribunal to resolve disputes between the tax commissioner and taxpayers Signed 
§11 - 10 - 23 HB 4305 Creating the West Virginia tax tribunal to resolve disputes between the tax commissioner and taxpayers Signed 
§11 - 10 - 24 HB 4305 Creating the West Virginia tax tribunal to resolve disputes between the tax commissioner and taxpayers Signed 
§11 - 10 A- * HB 4305 Creating the West Virginia tax tribunal to resolve disputes between the tax commissioner and taxpayers Signed 
§11 - 11 - 2 SB 661 Relating to estate taxes Signed 
§11 - 11 - 7 SB 661 Relating to estate taxes Signed 
§11 - 12 C- 3 HB 4558 Relating to fees for articles of organization for limited liability companies and certificate of authority for foreign limited liability companies Signed 
§11 - 13 A- 3 SB 651 Eliminating provider tax on community care services Signed 
§11 - 13 A- 3 a SB 731 Requiring tax commissioner develop single form for reporting oil and gas production to government agencies Signed 
§11 - 13 C- 16 HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 13 D- 10 HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 13 H- * HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 13 J- 3 HB 4437 Reauthorizing the Neighborhood Investment Program Act Signed 
§11 - 13 J- 12 HB 4437 Reauthorizing the Neighborhood Investment Program Act Signed 
§11 - 13 N- 4 HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 13 Q- * HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 13 R- * HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 13 S- * HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 15 - 9 SB 285 Exempting environmental technical testing laboratories from consumers sales and service tax Signed 
§11 - 15 - 9 b HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 15 - 9 c HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 15 - 9 f HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 15 - 9 g HB 4017 Creating a sales tax holiday for purchases of back-to-school clothing during a three-day period in August 2002 Signed 
§11 - 15 B- * SB 245 Creating Simplified Sales and Use Tax Administration Act Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 16 - 18 SB 530 Allowing retailers of nonintoxicating beer and wine pay distributors by electronic funds transfer Signed 
§11 - 21 - 8 h HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 21 - 9 SB 140 Updating certain terms used in personal income tax act Signed  Effect from passage
§11 - 21 - 12 SB 713 Exempting certain military retirement from personal income tax Signed 
§11 - 21 - 93 HB 2372 Clarifying the manner in which moneys reserved for the payment of income tax refunds are to be managed Signed 
§11 - 23 - 7 HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 23 - 24 HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 23 - 24 a HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 24 - 3 SB 114 Updating section of corporation net income tax act Signed  Effect from passage
§11 - 24 - 22 HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 - 24 - 22 a HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§11 A- 3 - 26 HB 4366 Filing and publication of county reports Signed 
§11 A- 3 - 34 SB 501 Relating to appointment of deputy commissioners of delinquent and nonentered lands by auditor Signed 
§12 - 1 A- * SB 561 Relating to small business linked deposit program Signed  Effective from passage
§12 - 3 - 10 d SB 413 Relating to purchasing card administration fund Signed 
§12 - 3 - 10 f HB 3034 Requiring state spending units to submit a receiving report to the auditor for payment of a claim for commodities Signed  Effective from passage
§12 - 3 - 11 SB 737 Authorizing secretary of administration to pay expenses for certain visitors and employees Signed 
§12 - 4 - 16 SB 566 Requiring state treasurer transfer amounts required by Legislature from certain funds Signed 
§12 - 4 B- 1 SB 289 Relating to state computer donation program Signed 
§12 - 4 B- 2 SB 289 Relating to state computer donation program Signed 
§12 - 4 B- 3 SB 289 Relating to state computer donation program Signed 
§12 - 6 - 9 e HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§12 - 6 - 20 HB 4510 Continuing the investment management board Signed 
§12 - 8 - 4 HB 4021 Repealing the requirement in the pension liability redemption act that the Supreme Court of Appeals render a judicial determination that the issuance of bonds are constitutional Signed  Effect from passage
§12 - 8 - 5 HB 4021 Repealing the requirement in the pension liability redemption act that the Supreme Court of Appeals render a judicial determination that the issuance of bonds are constitutional Signed  Effect from passage
§12 - 8 - 15 HB 4021 Repealing the requirement in the pension liability redemption act that the Supreme Court of Appeals render a judicial determination that the issuance of bonds are constitutional Signed  Effect from passage
§15 - 1 B- 17 SB 547 Providing monthly administrative allowance for certain national guard members Signed 
§15 - 2 - 5 SB 164 Increasing base salary of state police personnel Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§15 - 2 - 25 a SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§15 - 2 - 46 SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§15 - 2 A- 2 SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§15 - 2 A- 6 c SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§15 - 2 A- 6 d SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§15 - 2 A- 12 SB 111 Increasing benefits of surviving spouse of certain state police Signed 
§15 - 2 B- 6 SB 524 Requiring DNA samples for analysis from persons convicted of certain felonies Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§15 - 2 D- 2 HB 4299 Continuing the division of protective services Signed 
§15 - 2 D- 3 HB 4511 Relating to the division of protective services Signed 
§15 - 2 D- 6 HB 4299 Continuing the division of protective services Signed 
§15 - 11 - 2 SB 91 Requiring payment of funeral expenses of probation officers and correctional employees killed in line of duty Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§16 - 1 - 9 a SB 568 Authorizing bureau for public health to require public water system evaluations Signed 
§16 - 1 A- 2 HB 4509 Uniform credentialing of health care practitioners Signed  Effective from passage
§16 - 1 A- 3 HB 4509 Uniform credentialing of health care practitioners Signed  Effective from passage
§16 - 1 B- 3 HB 4553 Creating a special revenue account for the payment of architectural and associated costs for the veterans nursing home Signed  Effective from passage
§16 - 4 C- 19 HB 4070 Creating a misdemeanor offense for failure to obey directions of firefighters or emergency personnel directing or controlling traffic Signed 
§16 - 5 K- 6 SB 727 Creating birth-to-three fund within state treasury Signed 
§16 - 5 L- 7 HB 4123 Relating to the education and training requirements for a regional long-term care ombudsman Signed 
§16 - 5 Q- 1 HB 3181 Clarifying legislation regarding the catastrophic illness commission and the James "Tiger" Morton catastrophic illness fund Signed 
§16 - 5 Q- 2 HB 3181 Clarifying legislation regarding the catastrophic illness commission and the James "Tiger" Morton catastrophic illness fund Signed 
§16 - 5 Q- 3 HB 3181 Clarifying legislation regarding the catastrophic illness commission and the James "Tiger" Morton catastrophic illness fund Signed 
§16 - 13 A- 1 c HB 4619 Establishment of stormwater systems and associated stormwater management programs within a public service district Signed 
§16 - 13 A- 2 HB 4619 Establishment of stormwater systems and associated stormwater management programs within a public service district Signed 
§16 - 13 A- 3 HB 4619 Establishment of stormwater systems and associated stormwater management programs within a public service district Signed 
§16 - 13 A- 5 HB 4619 Establishment of stormwater systems and associated stormwater management programs within a public service district Signed 
§16 - 13 A- 7 HB 4619 Establishment of stormwater systems and associated stormwater management programs within a public service district Signed 
§16 - 13 A- 8 HB 4619 Establishment of stormwater systems and associated stormwater management programs within a public service district Signed 
§16 - 13 A- 9 HB 4619 Establishment of stormwater systems and associated stormwater management programs within a public service district Signed 
§16 - 13 A- 14 HB 4619 Establishment of stormwater systems and associated stormwater management programs within a public service district Signed 
§16 - 13 A- 18 a HB 4619 Establishment of stormwater systems and associated stormwater management programs within a public service district Signed 
§16 - 13 A- 24 HB 4619 Establishment of stormwater systems and associated stormwater management programs within a public service district Signed 
§16 - 19 - 2 HB 4370 Relating to the revocation of an anatomical gift by persons other than the donor Signed 
§16 - 29 A- 7 HB 4553 Creating a special revenue account for the payment of architectural and associated costs for the veterans nursing home Signed  Effective from passage
§16 - 29 F- * SB 723 Authorizing pilot program for assisting uninsured and underinsured persons obtain health coverage Signed  Effect from passage
§16 - 30 - 3 SB 658 Relating to end-of-life care Signed 
§16 - 30 - 4 SB 658 Relating to end-of-life care Signed 
§16 - 30 - 5 SB 658 Relating to end-of-life care Signed 
§16 - 30 - 6 SB 658 Relating to end-of-life care Signed 
§16 - 30 - 7 SB 658 Relating to end-of-life care Signed 
§16 - 30 - 8 SB 658 Relating to end-of-life care Signed 
§16 - 30 - 10 SB 658 Relating to end-of-life care Signed 
§16 - 30 - 13 SB 658 Relating to end-of-life care Signed 
§16 - 30 - 22 SB 658 Relating to end-of-life care Signed 
§16 - 30 - 25 SB 658 Relating to end-of-life care Signed 
§16 - 30 C- 3 SB 658 Relating to end-of-life care Signed 
§16 - 30 C- 5 SB 658 Relating to end-of-life care Signed 
§16 - 30 C- 6 SB 658 Relating to end-of-life care Signed 
§16 - 30 C- 7 SB 658 Relating to end-of-life care Signed 
§16 - 30 C- 11 SB 658 Relating to end-of-life care Signed 
§16 - 30 C- 13 SB 658 Relating to end-of-life care Signed 
§16 - 35 - 4 a SB 216 Relating to screening of certain children for lead poisoning Signed 
§16 - 40 - * SB 672 Establishing statewide birth defects information system Signed 
§16 - 41 - * HB 3017 Creating a state oral health program Signed 
§17 - 2 A- 1 SB 238 Continuing division of highways Signed 
§17 - 2 A- 1 a SB 238 Continuing division of highways Signed 
§17 - 2 A- 8 SB 279 Providing family restrooms at all rest areas on interstate highways Signed 
§17 A- 3 - 4 SB 105 Exempting certain senior service organizations from automobile titling privilege tax Signed 
§17 A- 3 - 14 SB 543 Authorizing special motor vehicle registration plates generally Signed 
§17 A- 3 - 23 SB 631 Authorizing special license plates for county sheriffs and their deputies; fees Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§17 A- 4 A- 3 SB 541 Relating to certificate showing liens and encumbrances on vehicles Signed  Effect from passage
§17 A- 4 A- 4 SB 541 Relating to certificate showing liens and encumbrances on vehicles Signed  Effect from passage
§17 A- 6 - 5 SB 725 Allowing used motor vehicle dealers to purchase new motor vehicles and sell without obtaining license in certain cases Signed 
§17 A- 6 - 5 a SB 695 Authorizing certain out-of-state dealers to participate in vehicle shows Signed 
§17 A- 6 C- 1 SB 725 Allowing used motor vehicle dealers to purchase new motor vehicles and sell without obtaining license in certain cases Signed 
§17 B- 2 - 1 SB 638 Authorizing division of motor vehicles add classification for deaf or hard of hearing and handicapped or disabled drivers Signed 
§17 B- 2 - 6 SB 638 Authorizing division of motor vehicles add classification for deaf or hard of hearing and handicapped or disabled drivers Signed 
§17 B- 2 A- * SB 438 Relating to requirement of compliance with selective service registration Signed 
§17 B- 3 - 3 a HB 4580 Extending time period to make payment of costs, fines, fees, forfeitures and restitutions or penalties in municipal and magistrate court Signed 
§17 C- 1 - 2 SB 682 Defining motorized wheelchair and electric personal assistive mobility device Signed 
§17 C- 1 - 3 SB 682 Defining motorized wheelchair and electric personal assistive mobility device Signed 
§17 C- 1 - 30 SB 682 Defining motorized wheelchair and electric personal assistive mobility device Signed 
§17 C- 1 - 65 SB 682 Defining motorized wheelchair and electric personal assistive mobility device Signed 
§17 C- 1 - 66 SB 682 Defining motorized wheelchair and electric personal assistive mobility device Signed 
§17 C- 2 - 3 SB 256 Granting certain division of highways weighing crews authority to possess handguns Signed 
§17 C- 5 - 8 HB 3076 Relating to the formula used in determining the percent, by weight, of alcohol in the blood Signed 
§17 C- 10 A- * SB 682 Defining motorized wheelchair and electric personal assistive mobility device Signed 
§17 C- 12 - 3 SB 664 Requiring certain vehicles stop or slow down at railroad crossings; penalty Signed 
§17 C- 13 - 6 SB 156 Relating to special registration plates or placards for persons with mobility impairments Signed 
§17 C- 14 - 9 a SB 278 Relating to authorized emergency vehicles generally Signed 
§17 C- 16 - 5 SB 35 Relating to increasing fees for motor vehicle inspection Signed 
§17 C- 16 - 6 SB 35 Relating to increasing fees for motor vehicle inspection Signed 
§17 E- 1 - 4 SB 664 Requiring certain vehicles stop or slow down at railroad crossings; penalty Signed 
§17 E- 1 - 12 SB 664 Requiring certain vehicles stop or slow down at railroad crossings; penalty Signed 
§17 E- 1 - 13 SB 664 Requiring certain vehicles stop or slow down at railroad crossings; penalty Signed 
§18 - 2 - 5 a HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 2 - 5 e HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 2 - 5 f HB 2374 Restricting the use of student social security numbers Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 2 - 23 a HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 2 - 26 HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 2 - 35 SB 177 Providing procedure for implementing school dress code Signed 
§18 - 2 - 36 HB 4022 Establishing a more formal process for awarding grants for schools to implement programs to strengthen student learning ability Signed  Effect from passage
§18 - 2 E- 3 e SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 2 E- 5 HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 2 E- 5 c HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 2 E- 9 HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 2 I- 1 HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 2 I- 3 HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 2 I- 4 HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 5 - 13 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 5 - 13 a HB 4149 Requiring standards for public hearings on school consolidation and closure Signed  Effective from passage
§18 - 5 - 15 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 5 - 16 HB 4428 Relating to net enrollment when pupil transfers are not officially agreed to by respective counties Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 5 - 18 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 5 - 18 b HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 5 - 18 e SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 5 - 22 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 5 - 44 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 5 - 45 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 5 A- 5 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 5 A- 6 HB 4095 Allowing the school curriculum team to meet when the designated counselor for the school is not assigned to that school on at least a one-half time basis Signed 
§18 - 6 - 3 SB 563 Relating to motorcycle awareness component of driver education courses Signed 
§18 - 7 A- 3 SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§18 - 7 A- 13 a HB 4579 Clarifying that a retired public school teacher may be employed as a higher education teacher without loss of benefits Signed 
§18 - 7 A- 17 HB 4658 Relating to public employees retirement and state teachers' retirement Signed 
§18 - 7 A- 26 HB 4484 Allowing retired members of the teachers retirement system to name a new joint annuitant upon the death of a spouse Signed  Effect from passage
§18 - 7 A- 28 c SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§18 - 7 A- 28 d SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§18 - 7 A- 38 SB 423 Relating to calculating days worked by retired substitute teacher Signed 
§18 - 7 B- 2 SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§18 - 7 B- 11 a SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§18 - 7 B- 13 b SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§18 - 9 A- 5 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 9 A- 5 b SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 9 D- 19 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 9 E- 3 SB 32 Relating to air quality in schools Signed 
§18 - 10 L- 8 HB 4367 Continuing the Ron Yost personal assistance services program Signed 
§18 - 20 - 1 d HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 22 A- * SB 207 Establishing Eminent Scholars Endowment Trust Fund Act Signed 
§18 - 22 E- * SB 207 Establishing Eminent Scholars Endowment Trust Fund Act Signed 
§18 - 28 - 7 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 - 31 - * HB 4322 Authorizing institutions of higher education to provide funding and property to certain corporations to assist them in providing research and development to the institutions Signed  Effect from passage
§18 A- 1 - 1 SB 4 Defining alternative education and dangerous student Signed  Effect from passage
§18 A- 2 - 2 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 2 - 6 a HB 4022 Establishing a more formal process for awarding grants for schools to implement programs to strengthen student learning ability Signed  Effect from passage
§18 A- 2 - 12 HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 3 - 1 HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 3 - 2 c HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 3 - 3 a HB 4054 Reimbursement of tuition funds to teachers seeking additional endorsement in shortage areas Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 3 - 6 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 3 - 9 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 3 A- 1 HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 3 A- 2 HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 3 A- 2 b HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 4 - 2 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 4 - 3 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 4 - 5 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 4 - 7 a SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 4 - 8 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 4 - 8 a SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 4 - 8 b SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 4 - 14 a SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 4 - 16 SB 247 Relating to education generally Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 4 - 20 HB 4054 Reimbursement of tuition funds to teachers seeking additional endorsement in shortage areas Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 A- 5 - 1 a SB 4 Defining alternative education and dangerous student Signed  Effect from passage
§18 B- 1 A- 5 HB 4362 Expanding the powers and duties of the higher education policy commission Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 B- 2 A- 4 HB 4322 Authorizing institutions of higher education to provide funding and property to certain corporations to assist them in providing research and development to the institutions Signed  Effect from passage
§18 B- 2 A- 5 HB 4362 Expanding the powers and duties of the higher education policy commission Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§18 B- 12 - 2 HB 4322 Authorizing institutions of higher education to provide funding and property to certain corporations to assist them in providing research and development to the institutions Signed  Effect from passage
§18 B- 12 - 4 HB 4322 Authorizing institutions of higher education to provide funding and property to certain corporations to assist them in providing research and development to the institutions Signed  Effect from passage
§18 B- 12 - 10 HB 4322 Authorizing institutions of higher education to provide funding and property to certain corporations to assist them in providing research and development to the institutions Signed  Effect from passage
§18 B- 14 - 10 SB 217 Regulating credit cards for college students Signed 
§18 B- 17 - 4 SB 533 Authorizing higher education report card and performance indicator rules Signed  Effect from passage
§18 B- 17 - 5 SB 532 Authorizing rules for PROMISE scholarship program Signed  Effect from passage
§18 B- 17 - 6 SB 534 Authorizing higher education adult part-time student grant program rules Signed  Effect from passage
§18 B- 18 - * SB 207 Establishing Eminent Scholars Endowment Trust Fund Act Signed 
§18 C- 1 - 4 HB 4661 Providing eligibility for higher education financial aid, grants or scholarships to students who attended a private high school outside the state Signed 
§18 C- 3 - 3 SB 709 Relating to health sciences scholarship program Signed  Effect from passage
§18 C- 5 - 8 SB 207 Establishing Eminent Scholars Endowment Trust Fund Act Signed 
§18 C- 8 - * HB 4534 West Virginia Financial Aid Coordinating Council Signed  Effect from passage
§19 - 1 - 4 d HB 4331 Funding county farmland protection programs Signed 
§19 - 1 B- 4 SB 431 Relating to timbering licenses Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 1 B- 6 SB 431 Relating to timbering licenses Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 1 B- 7 SB 431 Relating to timbering licenses Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 1 B- 12 a SB 431 Relating to timbering licenses Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 12 E- * SB 447 Creating Industrial Hemp Development Act Signed 
§19 - 21 A- 1 SB 417 Changing soil conservation districts to conservation districts; members Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 21 A- 2 SB 417 Changing soil conservation districts to conservation districts; members Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 21 A- 3 SB 417 Changing soil conservation districts to conservation districts; members Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 21 A- 4 SB 417 Changing soil conservation districts to conservation districts; members Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 21 A- 4 a SB 417 Changing soil conservation districts to conservation districts; members Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 21 A- 5 SB 417 Changing soil conservation districts to conservation districts; members Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 21 A- 6 SB 417 Changing soil conservation districts to conservation districts; members Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 21 A- 7 SB 417 Changing soil conservation districts to conservation districts; members Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 21 A- 8 SB 417 Changing soil conservation districts to conservation districts; members Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 21 A- 10 SB 417 Changing soil conservation districts to conservation districts; members Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 21 A- 11 SB 417 Changing soil conservation districts to conservation districts; members Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 21 A- 13 a SB 417 Changing soil conservation districts to conservation districts; members Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 21 A- 13 b SB 417 Changing soil conservation districts to conservation districts; members Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 21 A- 13 c SB 417 Changing soil conservation districts to conservation districts; members Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 21 A- 14 SB 417 Changing soil conservation districts to conservation districts; members Signed  Effective from passage
§19 - 23 - 30 HB 4321 Continuing the racing commission Signed 
§19 - 24 - 1 SB 550 Including dog racing in interstate compact on licensure of participants in certain live horse racing Signed 
§20 - 1 - 3 SB 353 Continuing parks section of division of natural resources and division of natural resources Signed 
§20 - 1 - 21 SB 353 Continuing parks section of division of natural resources and division of natural resources Signed 
§20 - 1 A- 9 SB 354 Continuing public land corporation Signed 
§20 - 2 - 6 a HB 4315 Permitting persons licensed to carry a concealed handgun to carry the weapon while hunting or while engaged in other activities Signed 
§20 - 2 - 23 f HB 4100 Continuing the whitewater commission Signed 
§20 - 2 - 28 SB 721 Allowing division of natural resources enter reciprocal agreements with Ohio regarding hunting and fishing Signed 
§20 - 2 - 43 SB 576 Relating to nonresident Class E hunting and trapping license Signed  Effective from passage
§20 - 2 - 46 h SB 576 Relating to nonresident Class E hunting and trapping license Signed  Effective from passage
§20 - 2 - 46 j HB 2062 Relating to Class V and Class V V muzzle-loading deer hunting licenses and adding open sights and telescopic sights Signed 
§20 - 2 - 46 m SB 722 Relating to Class XJ junior sportsman's hunting, fishing and trapping license Signed 
§20 - 3 - 6 HB 4310 Increasing the penalties for discarding lighted materials and giving the fire marshal enforcement powers Signed 
§20 - 5 - 20 SB 353 Continuing parks section of division of natural resources and division of natural resources Signed 
§20 - 5 - 21 SB 701 Relating to powers of director of division of natural resources to preserve Cass Signed 
§20 - 7 - 1 a SB 648 Increasing salaries for conservation officers Signed 
§20 - 7 - 1 c SB 648 Increasing salaries for conservation officers Signed 
§21 - 1 - 5 SB 469 Continuing division of labor Signed 
§21 - 1 B- * SB 560 Reporting of alien workers Signed  Effect from passage
§21 - 3 C- 1 HB 4046 Requiring the division of labor to inspect newly installed elevators Signed 
§21 - 3 C- 2 HB 4046 Requiring the division of labor to inspect newly installed elevators Signed 
§21 - 3 C- 5 HB 4046 Requiring the division of labor to inspect newly installed elevators Signed 
§21 - 3 C- 8 HB 4046 Requiring the division of labor to inspect newly installed elevators Signed 
§21 - 5 E- 6 SB 639 Providing for gender-based pay equity salary adjustment for state employees Signed  Effective from passage
§21 - 6 - 1 HB 4430 Relating to the employment of children Signed 
§21 - 6 - 2 HB 4430 Relating to the employment of children Signed 
§21 - 6 - 3 HB 4430 Relating to the employment of children Signed 
§21 - 6 - 4 HB 4430 Relating to the employment of children Signed 
§21 - 6 - 5 HB 4430 Relating to the employment of children Signed 
§21 - 6 - 6 HB 4430 Relating to the employment of children Signed 
§21 - 6 - 7 HB 4430 Relating to the employment of children Signed 
§21 - 6 - 8 HB 4430 Relating to the employment of children Signed 
§21 - 6 - 8 a HB 4430 Relating to the employment of children Signed 
§21 - 6 - 9 HB 4430 Relating to the employment of children Signed 
§21 - 6 - 10 HB 4430 Relating to the employment of children Signed 
§21 - 6 - 11 HB 4430 Relating to the employment of children Signed 
§21 - 9 - 2 HB 4407 Compensation for members and continuation of the manufactured housing construction and safety standards board Signed 
§21 - 9 - 3 HB 4407 Compensation for members and continuation of the manufactured housing construction and safety standards board Signed 
§21 - 9 - 10 HB 4407 Compensation for members and continuation of the manufactured housing construction and safety standards board Signed 
§21 - 9 - 13 HB 4407 Compensation for members and continuation of the manufactured housing construction and safety standards board Signed 
§21 - 10 - 2 HB 4278 Relating to amusement ride safety Signed 
§21 - 10 - 12 a HB 4278 Relating to amusement ride safety Signed 
§21 - 10 - 14 HB 4278 Relating to amusement ride safety Signed 
§21 - 10 - 15 HB 4278 Relating to amusement ride safety Signed 
§21 - 10 - 16 HB 4278 Relating to amusement ride safety Signed 
§21 - 10 - 17 HB 4278 Relating to amusement ride safety Signed 
§21 - 10 - 18 HB 4278 Relating to amusement ride safety Signed 
§21 - 11 - 7 SB 429 Relating to licenses issued by contractor licensing board Signed 
§21 - 11 - 8 SB 429 Relating to licenses issued by contractor licensing board Signed 
§21 - 11 - 10 SB 429 Relating to licenses issued by contractor licensing board Signed 
§21 - 11 - 13 SB 429 Relating to licenses issued by contractor licensing board Signed 
§21 - 11 - 14 SB 429 Relating to licenses issued by contractor licensing board Signed 
§21 - 11 - 19 SB 470 Continuing contractor licensing board Signed 
§21 - 13 - 5 HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§21 A- 1 A- 17 SB 497 Relating to eligibility for unemployment compensation Signed 
§21 A- 1 A- 28 SB 497 Relating to eligibility for unemployment compensation Signed 
§21 A- 2 - 9 HB 4368 Continuing the authority of the commissioner to administer the bureau of employment programs Signed 
§22 - 1 - 7 a SB 351 Continuing office of water resources Signed 
§22 - 6 - 23 SB 712 Clarifying when plats must be filed before plugging oil and gas wells Signed 
§22 - 11 - 10 HB 4504 Establishing permit fees by statute rather than rule for surface coal mining operations Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§22 - 11 - 29 HB 4449 Reimbursement of costs incurred for emergency response to accidental discharges or spills of pollutants into waters of the state Signed 
§22 - 14 - * HB 2983 Relating generally to the Dam Control and Safety Act Signed 
§22 - 15 - 15 SB 609 Relating to violations and penalties under solid waste management act Signed 
§22 - 15 - 22 HB 4551 Relating to beneficial use of sludge and requiring promulgation of emergency and legislative rules Signed 
§22 - 18 - 22 HB 4450 Authorizing a hazardous waste generator fee to raise funds to meet matching fund requirements of the hazardous waste program Signed 
§22 A- 1 - 21 SB 179 Relating to miners' health and safety Signed  Effect from passage
§22 C- 1 - 4 SB 690 Increasing salary of racing commission and water development authority board Signed 
§22 C- 9 - 3 SB 712 Clarifying when plats must be filed before plugging oil and gas wells Signed 
§24 - 6 - 13 SB 435 Relating to confidentiality of local calls received by emergency telephone systems; exceptions Signed 
§24 - 7 - 4 SB 736 Relating to powers of public service commission Signed  Effective from passage
§24 E- 1 - 7 SB 219 Relating to statewide addressing and mapping board Signed  Effective from passage
§25 - 1 - 2 HB 4298 Continuing the division of corrections Signed 
§25 - 1 - 3 a SB 465 Removing ten percent holding of inmate funds requirement for certain inmates Signed 
§25 - 1 - 3 b SB 553 Allowing inmate benefit funds to be used for inmate telephone system Signed 
§27 - 5 - 1 SB 536 Relating to mental hygiene proceedings generally Signed 
§27 - 5 - 2 SB 536 Relating to mental hygiene proceedings generally Signed 
§27 - 5 - 3 SB 536 Relating to mental hygiene proceedings generally Signed 
§28 - 3 - 1 b SB 78 Clarifying certain venue for actions on property of Industrial home for youth is Harrison County Signed 
§28 - 5 - 32 SB 345 Repealing section prohibiting burial of inmates in Moundsville Signed 
§28 - 5 B- 14 SB 565 Allowing inmates wage's paid from prison industries account Signed  Effective from passage
§29 - 2 - 4 SB 352 Continuing state geological and economic survey Signed 
§29 - 2 - 10 SB 352 Continuing state geological and economic survey Signed 
§29 - 3 - 12 SB 488 Clarifying powers and duties of fire marshal, deputies, assistants and other deputized persons Signed 
§29 - 3 - 12 b SB 488 Clarifying powers and duties of fire marshal, deputies, assistants and other deputized persons Signed 
§29 - 3 - 16 a SB 488 Clarifying powers and duties of fire marshal, deputies, assistants and other deputized persons Signed 
§29 - 3 A- 4 HB 4070 Creating a misdemeanor offense for failure to obey directions of firefighters or emergency personnel directing or controlling traffic Signed 
§29 - 3 C- * SB 123 Relating to certification of electrical inspectors Signed 
§29 - 12 - 2 HB 4581 Repealing the section relating to coverage of obstetricians providing Medicaid coverage Signed  Effective from passage
§29 - 12 - 5 HB 4581 Repealing the section relating to coverage of obstetricians providing Medicaid coverage Signed  Effective from passage
§29 - 12 - 5 c HB 4581 Repealing the section relating to coverage of obstetricians providing Medicaid coverage Signed  Effective from passage
§29 - 12 B- 6 HB 4581 Repealing the section relating to coverage of obstetricians providing Medicaid coverage Signed  Effective from passage
§29 - 12 B- 10 HB 4581 Repealing the section relating to coverage of obstetricians providing Medicaid coverage Signed  Effective from passage
§29 - 18 - 24 HB 4454 Continuing the state rail authority Signed 
§29 - 19 - 5 HB 4413 Relating generally to registration of charitable organizations Signed 
§29 - 19 - 6 HB 4413 Relating generally to registration of charitable organizations Signed 
§29 - 20 - 1 HB 4121 Continuing the women's commission Signed 
§29 - 20 - 7 HB 4121 Continuing the women's commission Signed 
§29 - 21 - 3 HB 4320 Continuing public defender services Signed 
§29 - 21 - 3 a HB 4320 Continuing public defender services Signed 
§29 - 22 - 9 a HB 4553 Creating a special revenue account for the payment of architectural and associated costs for the veterans nursing home Signed  Effective from passage
§29 - 22 - 10 SB 649 Increasing licensed lottery sales agent commissions Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§29 - 22 - 18 HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§29 - 22 - 18 a HB 4005 Providing a consumers sales and service tax exemption for property and services used in research and development Signed  Effective from passage
§29 - 27 - * SB 719 Creating national coal heritage area authority and board Signed 
§29 - 28 - * SB 686 Creating coal heritage highway authority Signed 
§29 A- 3 B- 9 HB 4319 Establishing the process for improving education Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§30 - 1 - 6 HB 4124 Prohibiting discrimination against applicants for professional licenses Signed  Effective from passage
§30 - 1 - 7 HB 4124 Prohibiting discrimination against applicants for professional licenses Signed  Effective from passage
§30 - 1 - 8 HB 4124 Prohibiting discrimination against applicants for professional licenses Signed  Effective from passage
§30 - 1 - 8 a HB 4124 Prohibiting discrimination against applicants for professional licenses Signed  Effective from passage
§30 - 1 - 8 b HB 4124 Prohibiting discrimination against applicants for professional licenses Signed  Effective from passage
§30 - 1 - 11 HB 4124 Prohibiting discrimination against applicants for professional licenses Signed  Effective from passage
§30 - 1 - 13 HB 4124 Prohibiting discrimination against applicants for professional licenses Signed  Effective from passage
§30 - 3 - 10 SB 555 Relating to license to practice medicine and surgery or podiatry Signed 
§30 - 3 - 14 SB 243 Relating to professional discipline of physicians and podiatrists by board of medicine Signed 
§30 - 3 A- 1 HB 4275 Development of guidelines for end of life pain management Signed 
§30 - 3 A- 2 HB 4275 Development of guidelines for end of life pain management Signed 
§30 - 3 C- 4 SB 243 Relating to professional discipline of physicians and podiatrists by board of medicine Signed 
§30 - 5 - 7 c HB 4277 Authorizing the board of pharmacy to form pharmacist recovery networks Signed 
§30 - 6 - * SB 742 Relating to proper disposal of human remains by embalmer or crematory operator; penalties Signed 
§30 - 7 - 17 HB 4098 Continuing the board of examiners for registered professional nurses Signed 
§30 - 7 A- 12 SB 239 Continuing board of examiners for licensed practical nurses Signed 
§30 - 12 - 15 HB 4122 Continuing the board of architects Signed 
§30 - 21 - 3 HB 4507 Authorizing permits for school psychologists to practice school psychology within the scope of their employment by a county school board Signed 
§30 - 23 - 5 HB 4346 Relating to the state radiologic technology board of examiners Signed 
§30 - 23 - 6 HB 4346 Relating to the state radiologic technology board of examiners Signed 
§30 - 29 - 3 SB 256 Granting certain division of highways weighing crews authority to possess handguns Signed 
§30 - 29 - 5 HB 4268 Allowing a previously conditionally employed law-enforcement officer an opportunity to become a conditional employee and be given one year to resubmit an application to a training academy Signed 
§30 - 29 - 6 HB 4119 Allowing a waiver of annual in-service training for law-enforcement officers called into armed forces, national guard or reserve active duty Signed 
§30 - 29 - 10 HB 4289 Prohibiting law-enforcement officers from engaging in racial profiling Signed 
§30 - 29 A- * HB 4490 Moving the law relating to professional firefighters from chapter thirty to chapter eight of the code and changing the names of certain associations Signed 
§30 - 32 - 15 HB 4417 Providing that fees and continuing education requirements for speech-language pathologists and audiologists be set by legislative rule Signed  Effect from passage
§30 - 32 - 22 SB 240 Continuing board of examiners for speech-language pathology and audiology Signed 
§30 - 40 - * SB 453 Creating Real Estate License Act Signed  Effect from passage
§31 - 17 - 1 HB 4379 Relating to the regulation of mortgage brokers, lenders, servicers and loan originators Signed 
§31 - 17 - 2 HB 4379 Relating to the regulation of mortgage brokers, lenders, servicers and loan originators Signed 
§31 - 17 - 4 HB 4379 Relating to the regulation of mortgage brokers, lenders, servicers and loan originators Signed 
§31 - 17 - 5 HB 4379 Relating to the regulation of mortgage brokers, lenders, servicers and loan originators Signed 
§31 - 17 - 6 HB 4379 Relating to the regulation of mortgage brokers, lenders, servicers and loan originators Signed 
§31 - 17 - 7 HB 4379 Relating to the regulation of mortgage brokers, lenders, servicers and loan originators Signed 
§31 - 17 - 8 HB 4379 Relating to the regulation of mortgage brokers, lenders, servicers and loan originators Signed 
§31 - 17 - 11 HB 4379 Relating to the regulation of mortgage brokers, lenders, servicers and loan originators Signed 
§31 - 17 - 12 HB 4379 Relating to the regulation of mortgage brokers, lenders, servicers and loan originators Signed 
§31 - 20 - 5 e HB 4494 Monitoring inmate telephone calls in regional jails Signed 
§31 A- 2 - 4 SB 282 Eliminating requirement banking commissioner maintain office at capitol complex Signed 
§31 A- 2 - 4 b HB 4010 Allowing the tax and banking commissioners to employ legal counsel to represent them in certain proceedings Signed 
§31 A- 4 - 8 HB 4543 Frequency of meetings of bank directors Signed 
§31 A- 4 - 40 HB 4354 Allowing banks more flexibility in the hours branches are required to be open Signed 
§31 A- 4 A- * HB 4426 Conversion of national banks to state-chartered banks Signed 
§31 B- 2 - 202 HB 4558 Relating to fees for articles of organization for limited liability companies and certificate of authority for foreign limited liability companies Signed 
§31 B- 10 -1002 HB 4558 Relating to fees for articles of organization for limited liability companies and certificate of authority for foreign limited liability companies Signed 
§31 E- * - * HB 2899 West Virginia Nonprofit Corporation Act Signed 
§32 - 2 - 201 SB 475 Revising uniform securities act generally Signed 
§32 - 2 - 202 SB 475 Revising uniform securities act generally Signed 
§32 - 2 - 204 SB 475 Revising uniform securities act generally Signed 
§32 - 4 - 401 SB 475 Revising uniform securities act generally Signed 
§32 - 4 - 406 SB 475 Revising uniform securities act generally Signed 
§32 - 4 - 407 SB 475 Revising uniform securities act generally Signed 
§33 - 1 - 22 SB 583 Relating to group accident and sickness insurance generally Signed 
§33 - 2 - 9 HB 4669 Relating to the hiring of examiners by the insurance commissioner Signed 
§33 - 3 - 15 SB 647 Relating to taxes on sale of annuities by life insurers Signed 
§33 - 5 - 32 SB 461 Relating to definition of principal place of business of domestic insurers Signed 
§33 - 6 - 30 HB 4670 Relating to construction of insurance policies - "Broadnax" Signed 
§33 - 6 - 31 c SB 459 Relating to substandard risk motor vehicle insurance policies Signed 
§33 - 6 - 33 SB 593 Relating to use of used car guides approved by insurance commissioner Signed 
§33 - 6 - 34 SB 479 Relating to insurance policies and filing fees Signed 
§33 - 8 A- * SB 506 Relating to use of clearing corporations and federal reserve book-entry systems by certain insurance companies Signed 
§33 - 11 - 4 HB 4469 Making a violation of the insurance commissioner's rule regarding a consumer's financial and health information a violation of the Unfair Trade Practices Act Signed 
§33 - 12 - * HB 4497 Implementing provisions of the NAIC Producer Licensing Model Act relating to uniform licensing and reciprocity for insurance producers Signed 
§33 - 12 C- * HB 4497 Implementing provisions of the NAIC Producer Licensing Model Act relating to uniform licensing and reciprocity for insurance producers Signed 
§33 - 15 - 4 g HB 2730 Requiring insurance coverage for a reasonable period of inpatient care following mastectomy surgery Signed 
§33 - 16 - 2 SB 583 Relating to group accident and sickness insurance generally Signed 
§33 - 16 - 3 a HB 4039 Requiring that mental health benefits be treated equally to other medical and surgical benefits provided under health insurance and health benefits plans Signed 
§33 - 16 - 3 p HB 2730 Requiring insurance coverage for a reasonable period of inpatient care following mastectomy surgery Signed 
§33 - 16 E- * HB 4446 Repealing the article of the code relating to limited benefits accident and sickness insurance policies and certificates Signed 
§33 - 20 B- 4 HB 4465 Relating to the waiting period and hearings for insurance rate filings Signed 
§33 - 20 D- 1 SB 516 Requiring malpractice insurers to submit plan for partial limits if amortized payment defaulted Signed 
§33 - 20 D- 3 SB 516 Requiring malpractice insurers to submit plan for partial limits if amortized payment defaulted Signed 
§33 - 22 - 2 SB 506 Relating to use of clearing corporations and federal reserve book-entry systems by certain insurance companies Signed 
§33 - 24 - 4 SB 506 Relating to use of clearing corporations and federal reserve book-entry systems by certain insurance companies Signed 
§33 - 24 - 7 g HB 2730 Requiring insurance coverage for a reasonable period of inpatient care following mastectomy surgery Signed 
§33 - 25 A- 2 HB 4039 Requiring that mental health benefits be treated equally to other medical and surgical benefits provided under health insurance and health benefits plans Signed 
§33 - 25 A- 8 f HB 2730 Requiring insurance coverage for a reasonable period of inpatient care following mastectomy surgery Signed 
§33 - 25 A- 23 a SB 458 Imposing civil penalty on violators of health maintenance organization contracts Signed 
§33 - 25 A- 24 SB 506 Relating to use of clearing corporations and federal reserve book-entry systems by certain insurance companies Signed 
§33 - 25 D- 26 SB 506 Relating to use of clearing corporations and federal reserve book-entry systems by certain insurance companies Signed 
§33 - 43 - 6 SB 450 Relating to payment of quarterly insurance premium taxes Signed 
§37 - 13 - 1 a HB 4402 Providing procedures for the improvement, construction and development upon privately owned lands which contain graves Signed 
§37 - 13 - 7 HB 4402 Providing procedures for the improvement, construction and development upon privately owned lands which contain graves Signed 
§38 - 1 A- 8 HB 4558 Relating to fees for articles of organization for limited liability companies and certificate of authority for foreign limited liability companies Signed 
§38 - 2 - 7 SB 407 Increasing time to perfect lien upon improved property Signed 
§38 - 2 - 8 SB 407 Increasing time to perfect lien upon improved property Signed 
§38 - 2 - 9 SB 407 Increasing time to perfect lien upon improved property Signed 
§38 - 2 - 10 SB 407 Increasing time to perfect lien upon improved property Signed 
§38 - 2 - 11 SB 407 Increasing time to perfect lien upon improved property Signed 
§38 - 2 - 12 SB 407 Increasing time to perfect lien upon improved property Signed 
§38 - 2 - 13 SB 407 Increasing time to perfect lien upon improved property Signed 
§38 - 10 - 4 SB 598 Relating to exemptions of property in bankruptcy proceedings Signed 
§42 - 6 - * SB 484 Revising the uniform disclaimer of property interests act Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§44 - 1 - 13 a SB 474 Relating to administration of estates Signed 
§44 - 1 - 14 SB 474 Relating to administration of estates Signed 
§44 - 1 - 14 SB 661 Relating to estate taxes Signed 
§44 - 1 - 14 a SB 474 Relating to administration of estates Signed 
§44 - 2 - 1 SB 474 Relating to administration of estates Signed 
§44 - 4 - 12 SB 474 Relating to administration of estates Signed 
§44 - 10 - 14 SB 215 Relating to settlement of claims for damages on behalf of minor children Signed 
§44 - 10 - 15 SB 215 Relating to settlement of claims for damages on behalf of minor children Signed 
§46 - 9 - 525 HB 4558 Relating to fees for articles of organization for limited liability companies and certificate of authority for foreign limited liability companies Signed 
§46 A- 4 - 112 SB 263 Relating to regulated consumer lenders Signed 
§46 A- 6 J- * HB 4116 Protecting consumers from price gouging and unfair pricing practices during and after disasters or other states of emergency Signed 
§47 - 12 - * SB 453 Creating Real Estate License Act Signed  Effect from passage
§47 A- 1 - 1 HB 4393 Consolidating the lending and credit rate board revolving fund into the special revenue account of the division of banking Signed 
§47 A- 1 - 2 HB 4393 Consolidating the lending and credit rate board revolving fund into the special revenue account of the division of banking Signed 
§48 - 1 - 302 SB 574 Relating to child support generally Signed 
§48 - 1 - 307 SB 574 Relating to child support generally Signed 
§48 - 11 - 103 SB 574 Relating to child support generally Signed 
§48 - 12 - 111 SB 574 Relating to child support generally Signed 
§48 - 12 - 118 SB 574 Relating to child support generally Signed 
§48 - 14 - 401 SB 574 Relating to child support generally Signed 
§48 - 14 - 406 SB 574 Relating to child support generally Signed 
§48 - 14 - 407 SB 574 Relating to child support generally Signed 
§48 - 14 - 801 SB 574 Relating to child support generally Signed 
§48 - 16 - * SB 485 Relating to uniform interstate family support act Signed 
§48 - 18 - 101 HB 4255 Continuing the bureau for child support enforcement Signed 
§48 - 18 - 125 SB 574 Relating to child support generally Signed 
§48 - 18 - 132 SB 574 Relating to child support generally Signed 
§48 - 18 - 134 HB 4255 Continuing the bureau for child support enforcement Signed 
§48 - 24 - 101 SB 574 Relating to child support generally Signed 
§48 - 24 - 103 SB 574 Relating to child support generally Signed 
§48 - 27 - 204 HB 4273 Adding father-in-law and mother-in-law in the definition of family or household members for domestic violence prevention and treatment Signed 
§48 - 27 - 312 HB 4273 Adding father-in-law and mother-in-law in the definition of family or household members for domestic violence prevention and treatment Signed 
§49 - 2 - 14 SB 733 Relating to criteria and procedure for removal of child from foster home Signed 
§49 - 2 B- 8 SB 420 Requiring fingerprinting of persons responsible for care of children Signed 
§49 - 5 - 13 HB 4429 Allowing the division of juvenile services to have access to all court records concerning a juvenile offender adjudicated delinquent Signed 
§49 - 5 - 13 a SB 620 Relating to examination, diagnosis and classification of juveniles; custody period Signed  Effect from passage
§49 - 5 E- 2 SB 717 Authorizing director of division of juvenile services to place children in certain facilities Signed  Effect from passage
§49 - 6 - 5 SB 445 Relating to placement of neglected or abused children outside foster care program Signed 
§49 - 6 - 8 SB 445 Relating to placement of neglected or abused children outside foster care program Signed 
§49 - 7 - 33 SB 697 Requiring department of health and human resources pay for certain professional services; fee schedule Signed 
§50 - 1 - 3 SB 519 Increasing salaries of magistrates; effective date Signed  Effect from passage
§50 - 3 - 2 a HB 4580 Extending time period to make payment of costs, fines, fees, forfeitures and restitutions or penalties in municipal and magistrate court Signed 
§50 - 4 - 2 a SB 740 Allowing video arraignments of incarcerated persons performed by certain magistrate Signed 
§51 - 9 - 1 a SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§51 - 9 - 12 c SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§51 - 9 - 12 d SB 608 Amending definition of internal revenue code for certain public retirement systems Signed 
§55 - 8 - 7 HB 4258 Providing for judgments based upon affidavits and statements of accounts filed by plaintiffs unless the defendant denies the claim Signed 
§55 - 16 - 1 HB 4152 Adding regular mail with a notarized affidavit as an option for serving a written demand of a worthless check Signed 
§55 - 17 - * SB 667 Relating to civil actions against state agencies Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§56 - 3 - 31 HB 4558 Relating to fees for articles of organization for limited liability companies and certificate of authority for foreign limited liability companies Signed 
§56 - 3 - 33 SB 425 Relating to filing of bond by plaintiff against nonresident in certain circumstances Signed 
§56 - 3 - 33 HB 4558 Relating to fees for articles of organization for limited liability companies and certificate of authority for foreign limited liability companies Signed 
§56 - 10 - 4 SB 215 Relating to settlement of claims for damages on behalf of minor children Signed 
§59 - 1 - 2 HB 4558 Relating to fees for articles of organization for limited liability companies and certificate of authority for foreign limited liability companies Signed 
§59 - 3 - 1 SB 554 Modifying requirements for publishing legal advertisements; increasing rates Signed 
§59 - 3 - 2 SB 554 Modifying requirements for publishing legal advertisements; increasing rates Signed 
§59 - 3 - 3 SB 554 Modifying requirements for publishing legal advertisements; increasing rates Signed 
§59 - 3 - 4 SB 554 Modifying requirements for publishing legal advertisements; increasing rates Signed 
§60 - 8 - 22 SB 530 Allowing retailers of nonintoxicating beer and wine pay distributors by electronic funds transfer Signed 
§60 A- 2 - 206 SB 692 Rescheduling controlled substance dronabinol to Schedule III and adding ketamine to Schedule III Signed 
§60 A- 2 - 208 SB 692 Rescheduling controlled substance dronabinol to Schedule III and adding ketamine to Schedule III Signed 
§60 A- 4 - 407 HB 4318 Clarifying that a judge may assess court costs as a term of probation in the case of deferred prosecution in drug cases Signed  Effective from passage
§60 A- 4 - 410 HB 4419 Relating to creating the offense of withholding information from a practitioner that a patient has obtained a prescription for a controlled substance from another practitioner Signed  Effective 9/1/02
§60 A- 9 - 1 HB 4419 Relating to creating the offense of withholding information from a practitioner that a patient has obtained a prescription for a controlled substance from another practitioner Signed  Effective 9/1/02
§60 A- 9 - 2 HB 4419 Relating to creating the offense of withholding information from a practitioner that a patient has obtained a prescription for a controlled substance from another practitioner Signed  Effective 9/1/02
§60 A- 9 - 3 HB 4419 Relating to creating the offense of withholding information from a practitioner that a patient has obtained a prescription for a controlled substance from another practitioner Signed  Effective 9/1/02
§60 A- 9 - 4 HB 4419 Relating to creating the offense of withholding information from a practitioner that a patient has obtained a prescription for a controlled substance from another practitioner Signed  Effective 9/1/02
§60 A- 9 - 5 HB 4419 Relating to creating the offense of withholding information from a practitioner that a patient has obtained a prescription for a controlled substance from another practitioner Signed  Effective 9/1/02
§60 A- 9 - 6 HB 4419 Relating to creating the offense of withholding information from a practitioner that a patient has obtained a prescription for a controlled substance from another practitioner Signed  Effective 9/1/02
§60 A- 9 - 7 HB 4419 Relating to creating the offense of withholding information from a practitioner that a patient has obtained a prescription for a controlled substance from another practitioner Signed  Effective 9/1/02
§61 - 3 B- 5 SB 513 Trespassing on state government property; penalties Signed  Effective from passage
§61 - 3 C- 14 a SB 97 Establishing criminal offense of harassing by means of computer Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§61 - 6 - 1 b SB 57 Clarifying crime of disturbing peace in any state office or building Signed 
§61 - 6 - 19 SB 57 Clarifying crime of disturbing peace in any state office or building Signed 
§61 - 7 - 2 SB 4 Defining alternative education and dangerous student Signed  Effect from passage
§61 - 7 - 6 SB 48 Requiring probation officers to complete training in use of firearms Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§61 - 10 - 15 SB 61 Creating exceptions to prohibition on pecuniary interest in certain contracts Signed  Effective from passage
§61 - 11 - 8 SB 610 Increasing penalty for attempts to commit offenses punishable by life imprisonment Signed 
§61 - 11 - 9 HB 4044 Correcting a section of the code concerning the bringing of an indictment for petit larceny Signed  Effect from passage
§61 - 12 - 9 SB 742 Relating to proper disposal of human remains by embalmer or crematory operator; penalties Signed 
§62 - 5 - 10 SB 711 Relating to community corrections generally Signed 
§62 - 10 - 9 HB 4115 Authority of correctional officers to execute warrants on persons in their custody and providing that video arraignments be conducted by county magistrates Signed  Effect from passage
§62 - 11 A- 1 HB 4296 Relating to inmate release for work generally Signed 
§62 - 11 B- 7 HB 3065 Requiring home incarceration fees be paid to the sheriff Signed 
§62 - 11 B- 12 SB 613 Clarifying role of court and probation officers when persons are paroled from home incarceration Signed 
§62 - 11 C- 2 SB 711 Relating to community corrections generally Signed 
§62 - 11 C- 3 SB 711 Relating to community corrections generally Signed 
§62 - 11 C- 4 SB 711 Relating to community corrections generally Signed 
§62 - 11 C- 6 SB 711 Relating to community corrections generally Signed 
§62 - 11 C- 7 SB 711 Relating to community corrections generally Signed 
§62 - 12 - 6 SB 48 Requiring probation officers to complete training in use of firearms Signed  Effective July 1, 2002
§62 - 12 - 19 HB 4530 New felony conviction automatic revocation of parole without requiring any further hearing by the parole board Signed  Effect from passage
§62 - 12 - 25 HB 4339 Creating a special revenue account designated the parole supervision benefit fund Signed 
§64 - 1 - 1 HB 4172 Authorizing the department of administration to promulgate legislative rules Signed  Effective from passage
§64 - 2 - * HB 4172 Authorizing the department of administration to promulgate legislative rules Signed  Effective from passage
§64 - 3 - * HB 4163 Authorizing the department of environmental protection to promulgate legislative rules Signed  Effective from passage
§64 - 5 - * HB 4205 Authorizing the department of health and human resources to promulgate legislative rules Signed  Effective from passage
§64 - 6 - * SB 339 Authorizing agencies in department of military affairs and public safety to promulgate legislative rules Signed  Effective from passage
§64 - 7 - * SB 397 Authorizing agencies within department of tax and revenue to promulgate legislative rules Signed  Effective from passage
§64 - 8 - * SB 305 Authorizing agencies within department of transportation to promulgate legislative rules Signed  Effect from passage
§64 - 10 - * HB 4219 Authorizing the bureau of commerce to promulgate legislative rules Signed  Effect from passage
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