Wednesday, February 16, 2005

SB 200 - Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President), White, Bailey, Edgell, Unger, Love, Helmick, Minard, Minear, Harrison, Chafin, Facemyer, Caruth, Boley, Weeks, Yoder, Kessler, Deem, Guills, Sprouse, McCabe, Hunter, Barnes, Jenkins, Foster and Dempsey
Relating to recommendations by multidisciplinary teams to court concerning placement of child

Judiciary then Finance

SB 201 - Sen. Bailey and Foster
Establishing tax credit for long-term care insurance premiums; deductions (FN)

Banking and Insurance then Finance

SB 202 - Sen. Unger, Sprouse, McCabe and Sharpe
Eliminating reduction in unemployment compensation for persons receiving Social Security


SB 203 - Sen. Oliverio
Requiring use of safety booster seats for certain children

Transportation and Infrastructure

SB 204 - Sen. McKenzie
Lowering age of criminal responsibility; other provisions


SB 205 - Sen. McKenzie
Creating Board of Examiners in Marriage and Family Counseling

Government Organization then Finance

SB 206 - Sen. Sprouse
Prohibiting renaming of certain monuments and memorials

Government Organization
SB 207 - Sen. Jenkins, Edgell, McCabe, Boley and Harrison
Terminating Jobs of West Virginia's Graduates' membership in Public Employees Retirement System

Pensions then Finance

SCR 14 - Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President)
Requesting Division of Highways name bridge at Peytona, Boone County, "Charles R. Carrico Memorial Bridge"

SCR 15 - Sen. Sprouse
Requesting Division of Highways name bridge on Turnpike at Sharon "Tony DeRaimo Memorial Bridge"

SCR 16 - Sen. Foster and Jenkins
Encouraging Bureau for Public Health work with health care providers and consumer advocates to fight chronic kidney disease

SR 6 - Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President), Bailey, Barnes, Boley, Bowman, Caruth, Chafin, Deem, Dempsey, Edgell, Facemyer, Fanning, Foster, Guills, Harrison, Helmick, Hunter, Jenkins, Kessler, Lanham, Love, McCabe, McKenzie, Minard, Minear, Oliverio, Plymale, Prezioso, Sharpe, Sprouse, Unger, Weeks, White and Yoder
Designating February 16, 2005, "Children's Day"