Thursday, February 04, 2010

SB 464 - Sen. Bowman, McCabe and Stollings
Clarifying Division of Personnel functions

Government Organization

SB 465 - Sen. Kessler and Edgell
Relating to utility service disconnection


SB 466 - Sen. Unger, D. Facemire and McCabe
Authorizing electronic toll collection on certain roads (FN)

Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

SB 467 - Sen. Bowman, McCabe and Stollings
Revising classification and compensation plans for certain civil service employees

Government Organization then Finance

SB 468 - Sen. Barnes
Permitting certain retirants employment without annuity payment decrease (FN)

Pensions then Finance

SB 469 - Sen. Barnes
Providing certain firefighters tax credit (FN)


SB 470 - Sen. Barnes
Requiring additional license for physicians dispensing hearing aids

Government Organization

SB 471 - Sen. Kessler
Increasing county clerks' copying charge

Judiciary then Finance

SB 472 - Sen. Kessler
Relating to regional airport authorities' reporting requirements

Government Organization then Finance

SB 473 - Sen. Fanning
Authorizing conservation officers conduct boat safety checks

Natural Resources

SB 474 - Sen. Unger
Creating Green Buildings Act

Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance
SB 475 - Sen. Helmick and Kessler
Relating to PEIA underwriting nonstate employer groups

Pensions then Finance

SB 476 - Sen. McCabe
Creating WV Innovation and Development Act

Economic Development then Finance

SB 477 - Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President)
Creating centralized filing system for legislative reports

Government Organization

SB 478 - Sen. Bowman
Relating to Purchasing Division functions

Government Organization

SB 479 - Sen. Bowman, McCabe and Stollings
Relating to Department of Administration, Real Estate Division

Government Organization then Finance

SCR 16 - Sen. Prezioso
Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study educational and communication barriers of deaf or hard of hearing children

SR 15 - Sen. Bowman, Jenkins, Laird, Palumbo, Stollings, Williams and Unger
Designating February 4, 2010, "Law-Enforcement Appreciation Day"