HISTORY OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

CONSIDERED BY SENATE

Includes actions as of March 16, 2012


(This symbol * indicates Committee Substitutes.)


ALL SENATE BILLS INTRODUCED


(This digest embraces the complete bill list submitted.

If passed, all effective ninety days from passage unless otherwise indicated.)


               

           1.         By Sen. Foster - Requiring colorectal cancer screening coverage for certain individuals - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

           2.         By Sen. Foster and Williams - Creating medication therapy management services program for Medicaid recipients - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

           3.         By Sen. Foster, Klempa and Williams - Requiring safety features on new residential water heaters (original similar to H. B. No. 4540) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization

 

         *4.        By Sen. Foster, Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa and Wells - Declaring child's right to nurse (original same as H. B. No. 4540) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/22/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/2/12

 

           5.         By Sen. Foster, Jenkins, Kessler (Mr. President), Miller, Plymale and Klempa - Creating Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs (original similar to H. B. No. 4015) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

         *6.        By Sen. Stollings, Jenkins, Kessler (Mr. President), Miller, D. Facemire, Plymale, Foster and Kirkendoll - Relating to use of epinephrine in emergency situations (original same as H. B. No. 3159) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/18/12 - To Judiciary 1/18/12

 

         *7.        By Sen. Stollings, Jenkins, Miller, Plymale, Foster, Klempa and Kirkendoll - Relating to administration of Naloxone in suspected drug overdoses - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/18/12 - To Judiciary 1/18/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 1/20/12 - Passed Senate 1/25/12 - To House 1/26/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/29/12

 

           8.         By Sen. Browning, Miller, Plymale, Foster, Stollings, Kirkendoll, Unger and Minard - Creating Creative Communities Development Pilot Program - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Economic Development then Finance - To Finance 2/20/12

 

           9.         By Sen. Browning, Plymale, Unger, Stollings, Kirkendoll and Minard - Relating to Economic Development Authority's loan criteria for tourism projects - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Economic Development then Finance - To Finance 2/1/12

 

         10.         By Sen. Browning - Increasing age of consent for refusal of mental health treatment (original similar to H. B. No. 4043) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/1/12

 

         11.         By Sen. Browning, Jenkins and Beach - Increasing number of magistrate court deputy clerks (original similar to H. B. No. 3142) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       *12.        By Sen. Browning, Chafin, Miller, D. Facemire and Beach - Authorizing operation of low-speed vehicles in municipalities (original same as H. B. No. 4448) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/18/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/17/12 - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/1/12

 

         13.         By Sen. Browning, Williams, Foster and Klempa - Relating to consumers sales and service tax credit for tourism development expansion projects (original same as H. B. No. 3224) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Economic Development then Finance

 

         14.         By Sen. McCabe, Kessler (Mr. President), Foster, Klempa and Wells - Prohibiting discrimination based upon age or sexual orientation (original similar to H. B. No. 2045) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         15.         By Sen. McCabe, Foster and Klempa - Creating Energy Efficient Building Act (original similar to H. B. No. 4044) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

         16.         By Sen. Minard, Williams, Beach and D. Facemire - Including checkoff option on tax return for Jackson's Mill 4-H Camp (original same as H. B. No. 3083) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Agriculture then Finance - To Finance 1/17/12

 

         17.         By Sen. Snyder, D. Facemire and Unger - Creating Commuter Rail Access Act - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

         18.         By Sen. Minard and Jenkins - Increasing number of magistrate court deputy clerks (original similar to H. B. No. 3142 and H. B. No. 4131) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         19.         By Sen. Snyder, D. Facemire, Klempa and Unger - Prohibiting unsolicited political text messages - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         20.         By Sen. Minard, Jenkins, Chafin, D. Facemire, Williams and Klempa - Exempting Social Security from state personal income tax (original similar to H. B. No. 2337 and H. B. No. 2916) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Finance

 

         21.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing PEIA promulgate rules relating to underwriting requirements for nonstate employer participants - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

         22.         By Sen. Minard - Modifying provisions regarding higher education institutions eligible for PROMISE scholarship funds (original same as H. B. No. 2100) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Education then Finance

 

         23.         By Sen. Williams, Plymale, Beach and Minard - Requiring filing fee for write-in candidates for public office (original similar to H. B. No. 2417) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         24.         By Sen. Foster and D. Facemire - Forbidding tobacco sales in licensed pharmacies - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

         25.         By Sen. Foster and Klempa - Requiring public health impact statement relating to new DEP air or water rules - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         26.         By Sen. Foster - Enacting Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act (original similar to H. B. No. 2710 and H. B. No. 2790) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary

 

         27.         By Sen. Foster, D. Facemire and Klempa - Relating to bidding preference for resident vendors and vendors employing state residents - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

         28.         By Sen. Foster - Creating Smoke Free West Virginia Act - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

         29.         By Sen. Foster and Klempa - Requiring certain health insurance providers offer wellness programs - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

         30.         By Sen. Beach and Klempa - Providing additional means to notify DMV of purchase of junked vehicle - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Passed Senate with amended title 1/23/12 - To House 1/24/12 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 2/21/12 - To Governor 2/28/12 - Approved by Governor 3/1/12

 

       *31.        By Sen. Beach and Klempa - Relating to voting precincts and standard receiving boards - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/27/12 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/1/12 - To House 2/2/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         32.         By Sen. Beach - Allowing responsible liquor sampling events (original same as H. B. No. 3174) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         33.         By Sen. Williams and Nohe - Requiring full-time prosecuting attorney devote full time to public duties - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

         34.         By Sen. Klempa, D. Facemire and Unger - Requiring feasibility study of consolidation of government services and law enforcement for motor carrier industry - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

         35.         By Sen. Klempa - Regulating pawnbrokers - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       *36.        By Sen. Klempa - Relating to disclosure requirements for certain public construction contracts - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Labor then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/16/12 - To Judiciary 2/16/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

         37.         By Sen. Klempa and Foster - Requiring certain public works employees complete construction safety program (original similar to H. B. No. 2545) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Labor then Government Organization - To Government Organization 2/9/12

 

         38.         By Sen. Klempa and D. Facemire - Increasing parole ineligibility period for persons convicted of controlled substance distribution near school bus - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         39.         By Sen. Klempa - Imposing additional tax on certain natural gas for sale, profit or commercial use outside of WV - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance

 

       *40.        By Sen. Klempa - Creating tax credit for composting garbage, landscape waste and food - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/19/12 - To Finance 1/19/12

 

         41.         By Sen. Green, Jenkins and Plymale - Creating Grieving Parents Act - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         42.         By Sen. Foster and Miller - Creating felony for driving under influence and causing serious bodily injury (original similar to H. B. No. 2803) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         43.         By Sen. Foster and D. Facemire - Relating to criminal offenses of robbery and attempted robbery - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         44.         By Sen. Foster - Permitting state opt out of federal statute preventing residents convicted of certain crimes from receiving certain benefits (original same as H. B. No. 2081) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         45.         By Sen. Foster and Kessler (Mr. President) - Requiring prescription for drugs containing certain precursors of methamphetamine (original similar to H. B. No. 4023) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

         46.         By Sen. Foster - Creating Honest Opportunity Probation with Enforcement Program - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         47.         By Sen. Beach, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale, Williams, Foster, Klempa and Unger - Establishing offense of unlawful use of wireless communication device while operating motor vehicle (original similar to H. B. No. 4075) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

         48.         By Sen. Beach and Unger - Relating to outdoor advertising sign restrictions - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

         49.         By Sen. Beach - Providing penalties for failing to return minor child in timely manner following visitation - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         50.         By Sen. Boley and Nohe - Requiring parents objecting to immunizations provide written statement of belief in lieu of immunization proof (original same as H. B. No. 4411) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Education then Judiciary

 

       *51.        By Sen. Boley and Nohe - Relating to spousal support based upon genetic testing results (original similar to H. B. No. 2067 and H. B. No. 4282) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/27/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary - Read 1st time 3/8/12 - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/10/12 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12 - To conference 3/10/12 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

         52.         By Sen. Tucker, Plymale, Minard and Chafin - Providing attorney from public defender office be appointed by judge in certain cases - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         53.         By Sen. Tucker, Jenkins and Chafin - Requiring public defender corporations be centralized under Executive Director of Public Defender Services - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         54.         By Sen. Green, D. Facemire, Williams, Beach and Stollings - Relating to minors obtaining tattoos; parental consent - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/1/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/8/12 - To House 2/9/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/29/12

 

         55.         By Sen. Beach - Relating to residency requirements for persons appointed as campus police officers (original same as H. B. No. 3148) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Education then Judiciary

 

         56.         By Sen. Beach and Kessler (Mr. President) - Requiring insurance coverage of spouses and dependents for pregnancy and contraceptive services (original similar to H. B. No. 2439) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

         57.         By Sen. Beach - Providing additional protections for certain public lands where timbering operations conducted (original similar to H. B. No. 3045) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

         58.         By Sen. Foster - Relating to work camps for nonviolent offenders - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         59.         By Sen. Foster - Creating WV Swimming Pool Safety Act - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

       *60.        By Sen. Miller and Unger - Creating felony for driving under influence and causing serious bodily injury (original similar to H. B. No. 2670 and H. B. No. 2803) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - To Judiciary 2/22/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/1/12

 

         61.         By Sen. Barnes - Clarifying measure of severance tax imposed on privilege of producing timber - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Natural Resources then Finance

 

         62.         By Sen. Barnes, Sypolt and Nohe - Exempting certain motor vehicles from personal property taxation - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

         63.         By Sen. Barnes - Expanding scope of "political party" definition (original similar to H. B. No. 3248) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         64.         By Sen. Barnes and Sypolt - Creating Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         65.         By Sen. Barnes - Establishing comparative fault standard (original similar to H. B. No. 2287) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         66.         By Sen. Barnes - Limiting certain distribution of public moneys by elected officials - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         67.         By Sen. Barnes - Relating to care of certain aborted fetuses (original same as H. B. No. 2090) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

         68.         By Sen. Barnes and Sypolt - Prohibiting gender-based abortions (original same as H. B. No. 2196) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

         69.         By Sen. Barnes, Sypolt, Nohe, Williams and Unger - Providing certain firefighters personal income tax credit - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

         70.         By Sen. Boley and Nohe - Creating Paternity Justice Act of 2012 - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         71.         By Sen. Beach and Klempa - Including WV in agreement among states to elect President and Vice President by national popular vote (original same as H. B. No. 3107 - similar to H. B. No. 2378) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         72.         By Sen. Beach - Creating Safe and Efficient Parkways Act - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       *73.        By Sen. Foster, Klempa and Stollings - Regulating tanning facilities - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/3/12 - To Judiciary 2/3/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/15/12 - Passed Senate 2/21/12 - Effective July 1, 2013 - To House 2/22/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/29/12

 

         74.         By Sen. Snyder - Amending exemptions for small planned communities from Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary

 

         75.         By Sen. Unger - Creating Equine Rescue Facilities Act - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Agriculture then Government Organization - To Government Organization 1/31/12 - Passed Senate 2/15/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To House 2/16/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/10/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       *76.        By Sen. Unger - Creating Green Buildings Act (original similar to H. B. No. 2024) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - To Finance 2/22/12 - Passed Senate with amended title 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 3/10/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - Effective ninety days from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

         77.         By Sen. Unger and Foster - Requiring alcohol awareness education courses for certain employees of retailers and licensed private clubs - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         78.         By Sen. Unger and Jenkins - Including WV Wing of Civil Air Patrol as employer subject to workers' compensation coverage - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

         79.         By Sen. Unger, Plymale, Foster and Klempa - Creating misdemeanor offense of unlawful use of wireless communication device for nonvoice communication while operating motor vehicle (original similar to H. B. No. 4075) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

         80.         By Sen. Miller, Foster and Stollings - Providing in-state tuition rates for certain out-of-state medical and osteopathic students (original same as H. B. No. 3104) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Education then Finance

 

         81.         By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), D. Facemire, Williams and Klempa - Compensating State Police for call-back time; housing stipend (original similar to H. B. No. 3168 and H. B. No. 4565) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Finance

 

         82.         By Sen. Miller - Permitting Secretary of State dissolve certain corporate entities - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         83.         By Sen. Barnes and Williams - Adding additional family court judge (original similar to H. B. No. 3157 and H. B. No. 4009) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         84.         By Sen. Jenkins - Creating Higher Education Community School Law - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Education then Finance

 

         85.         By Sen. Jenkins - Expanding counties covered by WV Route 2 and I-68 Authority - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization

 

         86.         By Sen. Jenkins and Nohe - Requiring certain defendants pay incarceration costs - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         87.         By Sen. Jenkins and Plymale - Allowing temporary detention of certain criminal suspects (original similar to H. B. No. 2466) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         88.         By Sen. Jenkins, Williams, Klempa and Minard - Creating Jobs Impact Statement Act - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Economic Development then Finance

 

         89.         By Sen. Jenkins, Nohe and Plymale - Extending civil liability immunity to certain parks and recreation district operators - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

         90.         By Sen. Jenkins - Providing method of appraising certain affordable multifamily rental property for ad valorem property taxes (original similar to H. B. No. 3156) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

         91.         By Sen. Jenkins and Sypolt - Allowing nonpartisan election of Supreme Court Justices (original similar to H. B. No. 2488 and H. B. No. 2497) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         92.         By Sen. Jenkins - Providing personal income tax credit for recycling fees - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         93.         By Sen. Jenkins and Nohe - Mandating additional punishment for utilizing minor in commission of crime - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         94.         By Sen. Jenkins and Plymale - Excluding certain taxicab companies from Workers' Compensation Fund liability (original similar to H. B. No. 3215) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

         95.         By Sen. Sypolt, Miller, D. Facemire and Nohe - Limiting landowner's liability for injuries occurring on property while hunting (original same as H. B. No. 4374) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

       *96.        By Sen. Sypolt and Williams - Redefining basis for disqualification of prospective jurors (original similar to H. B. No. 3193) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/17/12 - Passed Senate 1/23/12 - To House 1/24/12 - To Judiciary

 

         97.         By Sen. Sypolt - Creating Intrastate Coal and Use Act (original same as H. B. No. 2554) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary

 

         98.         By Sen. Sypolt - Exempting certain homeowners' association dues from consumers sales and service tax - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         99.         By Sen. Sypolt - Imposing statute of limitations on civil action derived from surveying of property - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *100.        By Sen. Palumbo - Relating to fees collected by circuit court clerks - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/19/12 - Passed Senate 1/24/12 - To House 1/25/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/2/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House title amendment 3/5/12 - Passed Senate 3/5/12 - To Governor 3/9/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

       101.         By Sen. Yost, Jenkins, Nohe, Williams, Klempa and Unger - Exempting military, National Guard and reserve income from state income tax - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Military then Finance

 

       102.         By Sen. Yost, Jenkins, Sypolt, Nohe, Klempa and Unger - Providing campground fee discounts to certain National Guard members (original similar to H. B. No. 2653) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Natural Resources then Finance

 

     *103.        By Sen. Plymale, Jenkins, Stollings, Unger and Browning - Requiring state board establish digital learning program - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/20/12 - To Finance 1/20/12

 

     *104.        By Sen. Edgell and D. Facemire - Providing procedure to determine credit for utility taxpayers with net operating loss carryovers - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/17/12 - To Finance 1/17/12

 

       105.         By Sen. Jenkins - Creating criminal offense for animal fighting ventures involvement (original similar to H. B. No. 2443) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/14/12

 

       106.         By Sen. Edgell, Jenkins, Kessler (Mr. President) and Plymale - Providing higher education employees' eligibility for Legislature - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Education then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/18/12

 

       107.         By Sen. Sypolt and Williams - Creating WV Firearms Freedom Act (original similar to H. B. No. 2705) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

     *108.        By Sen. Jenkins, Plymale and Foster - Relating to requirements to serve as magistrate - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/26/12 - Rejected by Senate 1/31/12

 

     *109.        By Sen. Jenkins and Foster - Permitting unlicensed personnel to administer medications or assist in certain circumstances (original similar to H. B. No. 2021) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/3/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/29/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *110.        By Sen. Unger, Beach and Klempa - Relating to Broadband Deployment Council - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/25/12 - To Government Organization 1/25/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules on 3rd reading - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Laid over until 3/10/12 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *111.        By Sen. Unger, D. Facemire, Williams and Klempa - Establishing minimum number of State Police troopers; increasing supplemental pay (original similar to H. B. No. 2791, H. B. No. 3022 and H. B. No. 4478) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/16/12 - To Finance 2/16/12

 

       112.         By Sen. Yost and Klempa - Allowing county boards of education reassign injured or ill service personnel; compensation (original similar to H. B. No. 2128) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Education then Finance - To Finance 1/20/12

 

       113.         By Sen. Yost, Jenkins, Miller, D. Facemire, Foster, Klempa and Unger - Observing week in which December 7 falls as Pearl Harbor and Military Appreciation week (original similar to H. B. No. 4127 and H. B. No. 4493) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Recommitted to Judiciary on 2nd reading 2/23/12

 

       114.         By Sen. Yost and D. Facemire - Creating Medication Therapy Management Act - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

     *115.        By Sen. Yost, Miller and Klempa - Creating Keep Jobs in West Virginia Act - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Labor then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/9/12 - To Government Organization 2/9/12

 

       116.         By Sen. Yost, Sypolt and Nohe - Exempting certain military members' motor vehicles from personal property taxation - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       117.         By Sen. Jenkins, Yost, Miller, Sypolt, Nohe and Klempa - Exempting military retirement income from state income tax - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Military then Finance - To Military

 

     *118.        By Sen. Foster - Terminating residential lease upon tenant death - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/18/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 1/24/12 - To House 1/25/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       119.         By Sen. Sypolt - Relating to notice and removal of personal property from real property after tax sale - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

       120.         By Sen. Sypolt - Permitting person to file bond in escrow with court to cover mechanic's lien - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       121.         By Sen. Sypolt - Making English official state language (original same as H. B. No. 2409) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       122.         By Sen. Sypolt - Prohibiting certain abortions at state facilities - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

       123.         By Sen. Sypolt - Requiring equal number of members from each magisterial district on county planning commissions (original similar to H. B. No. 2463) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       124.         By Sen. Sypolt - Changing low income qualifier for senior citizens' homestead tax credit (original similar to H. B. No. 4369) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       125.         By Sen. Yost and Klempa - Creating State Labor Relations Act - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Labor then Government Organization

 

       126.         By Sen. Prezioso, Klempa and Unger - Requiring photo on mobility impairment windshield placard; physician approval (original similar to H. B. No. 4456) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       127.         By Sen. Sypolt and Beach - Requiring tarpaulins on certain motor carriers transporting solid waste - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

       128.         By Sen. Sypolt and Nohe - Exempting veterinary medications from consumers sales and service tax - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Agriculture then Finance

 

       129.         By Sen. Sypolt - Relating to descriptions of easements and rights-of-way - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 1/24/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To House 1/25/12 - To Judiciary

 

       130.         By Sen. Sypolt - Relating to jury selection in felony cases - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

       131.         By Sen. Yost, Jenkins and Nohe - Allowing National Guard members obtain free hunting and fishing licenses (original same as H. B. No. 2830) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Natural Resources then Finance

 

       132.         By Sen. Sypolt - Allowing Director of Office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training discretion when imposing certain penalties (original similar to H. B. No. 2807) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary

 

       133.         By Sen. Plymale, Jenkins and Foster - Increasing Cultural Facilities and Capitol Resources Matching Grant Fund allocation from racetrack video lottery net terminal income - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       134.         By Sen. Chafin, Miller, Nohe and Klempa - Allowing issuance of ten-year vehicle registration plates to Bronze Star Medal recipients (original similar to H. B. No. 2537 and H. B. No. 2471) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

     *135.        By Sen. Wells, Yost, Edgell, D. Facemire, Helmick, Sypolt, Jenkins, Miller, Nohe, Plymale and Unger - Considering military training, experience and education toward professional or occupational licensure qualifications (original same as H. B. No. 4037) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Military then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/15/12 - Recommitted to Government Organization on 2nd reading 2/29/12

 

     *136.        By Sen. Wells, Yost, Edgell, D. Facemire, Helmick, Sypolt, Jenkins, Miller, Nohe, Plymale, Foster, Klempa and Minard - Providing free certified copies of veteran's death certificate (original same as H. B. No. 4038) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Military then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/1/12 - To Finance 2/1/12

 

       137.         By Sen. Snyder and Unger - Relating to use of lottery funds by certain county boards of education - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Finance 1/31/12 - Passed Senate with amended title 2/21/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Finance

 

       138.         By Sen. Palumbo and Unger - Extending discount for EZ Pass transponders to all other toll roads - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - To Finance 1/18/12

 

       139.         By Sen. Palumbo and Foster - Making failure to wear safety belts primary offense (original similar to H. B. No. 2062) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/22/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/1/12

 

       140.         By Sen. K. Facemyer and D. Facemire - Requiring boards of education hire most qualified persons for extracurricular activities - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Education

 

       141.         By Sen. K. Facemyer and Miller - Increasing penalties for tobacco use by minors - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

       142.         By Sen. Unger and Snyder - Adding additional circuit court judge (original same as H. B. No. 4412) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       143.         By Sen. Unger and Miller - Requiring PSC report to Legislature on broadband markets - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization - To Government Organization 1/25/12

 

       144.         By Sen. Unger - Allowing certain shooters not possess hunting license (original same as H. B. No. 4505) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

     *145.        By Sen. Unger - Allowing certain higher education students opt out of institutional insurance coverage - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 2/17/12 - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Education

 

       146.         By Sen. Unger - Requiring county commissions change magisterial boundary lines following census - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       147.         By Sen. Stollings - Providing wiretapping evidentiary provisions apply to family court; cellular phone communication confidentiality - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

       148.         By Sen. K. Facemyer and Williams - Creating Transition Program for Tobacco Farmers - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Agriculture then Finance

 

     *149.        By Sen. Unger, Miller and Kessler (Mr. President) - Relating to disposition of forfeited or abandoned firearms in state custody (original same as H. B. No. 4495) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Finance 2/24/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/27/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       150.         By Sen. Foster, Jenkins, Browning, Hall and Plymale - Clarifying Consolidated Public Retirement Board's authority to determine public employer contribution rate (original same as H. B. No. 4482) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Pensions then Finance

 

       151.         By Sen. Barnes and Williams - Modifying "nontraditional agriculture" definition (original similar to H. B. No. 4237) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Agriculture then Natural Resources

 

       152.         By Sen. Wells, Yost, Edgell, D. Facemire, Helmick, Sypolt, Jenkins, Nohe, Williams, Foster, Klempa and Unger - Relating to unemployment benefits for certain spouses of military personnel (original same as H. B. No. 4007 - similar to H. B. No. 2543) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Military then Finance - To Finance 2/6/12

 

     *153.        By Sen. Klempa, Beach and Kessler (Mr. President) - Increasing tax credits for apprenticeship training in construction trades (original same as H. B. No. 4525) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Labor then Finance - To Finance 2/2/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/27/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       154.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Beach and Unger - Requiring corporations disclose expenditures for political activities (original similar to H. B. No. 2405) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary

 

       155.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale and Browning - Preventing disability pension reduction for certain PERS members (original similar to H. B. No. 2363) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Pensions then Finance

 

       156.         By Sen. Laird, Tucker, Yost, Barnes, D. Facemire, Klempa and Unger - Allowing Corrections Commissioner use excess funds to offset operational costs (original same as H. B. No. 4024) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 1/19/12 - Passed Senate 2/14/12 - To House 2/15/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/8/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *157.        By Sen. Klempa, Edgell, Yost, Williams, Beach, Kessler (Mr. President), Prezioso and Sypolt - Dedicating portion of oil and gas severance tax to counties and municipalities of origin (original same as H. B. No. 4129 - similar to H. B. No. 4446 and H. B. No. 4499) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - To Finance 2/22/12

 

       158.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Unger - Requiring handrails in handicap restrooms - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization

 

       159.         By Sen. Plymale - Relating to Division of Rehabilitation Services teacher pay rate (original same as H. B. No. 4070) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 2/10/12

 

     *160.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Budget Bill (original same as H. B. No. 4013) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 3/6/12 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 3/8/12 - Effective from passage - To House 3/9/12 - Reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 3/9/12 - Effect from passage - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/10/12 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12 - To conference 3/10/12 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/16/12 - Effective from passage - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/16/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/21/12 - Approved by Governor with deletions and reductions 3/21/12

 

     *161.        By Sen. Foster, Palumbo, Klempa, Fanning, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Jenkins, Browning, Kirkendoll, Wills, Yost, Stollings and McCabe - Relating to mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect (original same as H. B. No. 4240 - similar to H. B. No. 4065) - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/25/12 - Passed Senate 1/30/12 - To House 1/31/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       162.         By Sen. Foster - Requiring electric utilities implement least-cost plans (original similar to H. B. No. 4646) - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Judiciary

 

       163.         By Sen. Foster, Plymale, Jenkins and Klempa - Providing one-time supplement to certain public employee and teacher annuitants (original similar to H. B. No. 4253 and H. B. No. 4339) - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Pensions then Finance

 

     *164.        By Sen. Tucker, Yost, Barnes, Plymale and Wills - Increasing sanctions for certain lawsuits and complaints filed by prisoners (original same as H. B. No. 4057) - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/10/12 - Passed Senate 2/15/12 - To House 2/16/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *165.        By Sen. Laird, Tucker, Yost, Barnes, Plymale, Unger and Wills - Creating criminal offense of sexual contact on incarcerated persons by correctional employees (original same as H. B. No. 4060 - similar to H. B. No. 2158) - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/25/12 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 1/30/12 - To House 1/31/12 - Reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 2/2/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 2/6/12 - To Governor 2/9/12 - Approved by Governor 2/15/12

 

       166.         By Sen. Laird, Tucker, Yost, Barnes, Plymale, Unger, Miller, Jenkins, Wills and Klempa - Making disarming or attempting to disarm correctional officer felony (original same as H. B. No. 4056) - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Finance 1/17/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/14/12 - To House 2/15/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *167.        By Sen. Laird, Snyder, Browning, Nohe, Plymale, Miller and Wills - Authorizing counties and municipalities accept credit or check card as payment - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/27/12 - Passed Senate 2/1/12 - To House 2/2/12 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/2/12

 

     *168.        By Sen. Laird, Kessler (Mr. President), Browning, Edgell, Miller, Hall, Plymale, Jenkins, Wills, Klempa and Yost - Increasing compensation of certain county officials (original similar to H. B. No. 4405) - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/19/12

 

       169.         By Sen. Barnes - Decreasing number of jurors on municipal jury in criminal matters (original similar to H. B. No. 2839) - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/22/12

 

       170.         By Sen. Plymale, Unger, Jenkins, Stollings and Wills - Authorizing Higher Education Policy Commission and Council for Community and Technical College Education promulgate legislative rules (original similar to H. B. No. 4126) - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Education

 

     *171.        By Sen. Miller, Foster, Helmick, Plymale, Hall, Unger, Jenkins, Stollings and Wills - Creating in-home direct care workforce registry (original same as H. B. No. 4062) - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/18/12 - Referred to Finance 1/18/12

 

       172.         By Sen. Yost, D. Facemire, Foster and Klempa - Creating equal pay coordinator within Division of Personnel (original same as H. B. No. 4058) - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Government Organization - Referred to Finance 1/19/12

 

       173.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger and Wills - Providing workers' compensation benefits for mental illness under certain circumstances - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Judiciary

 

       174.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Foster, Yost, Klempa and Wills - Relating to interstate compact for election of president by national popular vote - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Judiciary

 

       175.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Jenkins, Foster, Williams, Stollings and Wills - Providing for issuance of special volunteer medical license to active medical and osteopathic physicians - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To Government Organization 1/18/12

 

       176.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Unger - Including funding for high school athletics as priority in expenditure of surplus excess lottery revenue funds - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Education then Finance

 

       177.         By Sen. Foster, Browning, Fanning, Jenkins, Minard, Tucker, Wills, Barnes, K. Facemyer, Yost, Williams and Plymale - Affirming legislative intent for construction of state correctional facility (original same as H. B. No. 4061) - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Judiciary

 

       178.         By Sen. K. Facemyer, Jenkins, D. Facemire and Sypolt - Making it unlawful to harm police dogs - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       179.         By Sen. Miller, Laird and Wills - Creating deadline for final wage payment of discharged employees (original same as H. B. No. 4623) - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Labor

 

       180.         By Sen. K. Facemyer, McCabe, Sypolt, Miller and Wills - Granting surface owner right of first refusal to purchase mineral estate - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary

 

       181.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Stollings and Wills - Requiring fire insurance premium invoices indicate additional cost due to lack of local fire service - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Banking and Insurance

 

       182.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Foster, Yost, Stollings, McCabe, Browning, Klempa, Miller and Wills - Creating West Virginia Future Fund - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Economic Development then Finance

 

       183.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Foster and Stollings - Increasing penalties for assault and battery on athletic official (original similar to H. B. No. 2446) - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 1/24/12 - To House 1/25/12 - To Judiciary

 

       184.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Jenkins, Laird, Stollings and Wills - Creating Spay Neuter Assistance Fund - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Agriculture then Finance

 

     *185.        By Sen. Laird, Nohe and Foster - Relating to Employee Suggestion Award Program (original same as H. B. No. 2054 and H. B. No. 4064) - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/10/12 - To Finance 2/10/12 - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/7/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

     *186.        By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Browning, Edgell, Boley, Stollings, Jenkins, Foster, Yost and Beach - Providing salary equity supplement payments to teachers and service personnel (original same as H. B. No. 4027 - similar to H. B. No. 4435) - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/20/12 - To Finance 1/20/12 - Passed Senate 2/14/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/15/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/12 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/8/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

       187.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Miller, Palumbo, Prezioso, Wills, Yost and Foster - Allowing dental hygienists place sealants without prior exam by dentist (original same as H. B. No. 4077) - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

       188.         By Sen. Plymale, Browning, Edgell and Stollings - Extending certain deadlines for mandated actions regarding higher education personnel (original same as H. B. No. 4078) - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Education

 

       189.         By Sen. Foster, Browning, Fanning, Jenkins, Minard, Tucker, Wills, Barnes, K. Facemyer and Stollings - Creating statutory cause of action to obtain personal safety orders (original same as H. B. No. 4084) - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Judiciary

 

       190.         By Sen. Palumbo, Minard, Foster, Nohe, McCabe, Jenkins, Klempa, Miller, Yost and Beach - Limiting amount property appraisal can increase; excepting natural resources property (original similar to H. B. No. 2276, H. B. No. 2672, H. B. No. 2944 and H. B. No. 4298) - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Finance

 

     *191.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings, Unger, Laird and Jenkins - Relating to personal safety orders - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/2/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/8/12 - To House 2/9/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - House further considered bill - Laid over until 3/6/12 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 3/6/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/7/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

       192.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Stollings - Relating to filing of civil petition for expungement of criminal records under certain circumstances (original similar to H. B. No. 3128) - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Judiciary

 

       193.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Laird, Unger, Jenkins, Foster, Miller and Yost - Creating Governor's Commission on Improving Outcomes for At-Risk Youth - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

     *194.        By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Foster, Kessler (Mr. President), Snyder and Miller - Requiring health insurers cover maternity and contraceptive services for dependents (original same as H. B. No. 4076) - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Banking and Insurance - Com. sub. reported 2/20/12 - Referred to Finance 2/20/12

 

       195.         By Sen. Plymale, Stollings and Jenkins - Creating Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Program Savings Act - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

       196.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Miller, Palumbo, Prezioso, Wills, Yost, Jenkins and Foster - Creating Dentist and Hygienist Education Student Loan Fund (original same as H. B. No. 4098 - similar to H. B. No. 2052) - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Education then Finance

 

       197.         By Sen. Laird, Foster, Edgell, Plymale, Wills, Boley, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President) and Jenkins - Providing for issuance of alternative program teacher certificate and teacher-in-residence permits (original same as H. B. No. 4101) - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Education

 

       198.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Miller, Palumbo, Prezioso, Wills, Yost, Kessler (Mr. President), Foster and Barnes - Requiring Medicaid dental coverage for mothers of newborns (original same as H. B. No. 4099) - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To Finance 1/25/12

 

       199.         By Sen. Unger, Prezioso, Beach, Laird, Miller, Foster, Hall, Palumbo, Stollings, Wells, Wills and Snyder - Reapportioning congressional districts - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Select Committee on Redistricting

 

       200.         By Sen. Williams, K. Facemyer, Fanning, Helmick, Miller, Stollings and Jenkins - Extending deadline for elimination of timber severance tax (original same as H. B. No. 4094 - similar to H. B. No. 4087) - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance

 

     *201.        By Sen. Laird, Stollings, Foster, Miller, Palumbo, Prezioso, Wills, Yost, Unger, Jenkins, Browning and Snyder - Creating Unintentional Pharmaceutical Drug Overdose Fatality Review Team (original same as H. B. No. 4096) - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Health and Human Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/22/12

 

       202.         By Sen. Williams, K. Facemyer, Fanning, Helmick, Miller, Jenkins, Stollings and Wills - Permitting Division of Forestry to enter into stewardship contracts with U. S. Forest Service (original same as H. B. No. 4095) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Natural Resources - Passed Senate 1/31/12 - To House 2/1/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/8/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       203.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Laird, Miller, Jenkins, Foster, Klempa, Stollings and Wills - Establishing tax credit for certain physicians providing services in free health clinics - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

       204.         By Sen. Beach, Edgell, D. Facemire, Unger, Klempa and Wills - Relating to removal of vehicles from highway in emergency situations (original same as H. B. No. 4093) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 1/17/12 - Passed Senate 2/20/12 - To House 2/21/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       205.         By Sen. Beach, Edgell, D. Facemire, Klempa and Wills - Relating to construction zone signage (original same as H. B. No. 4092) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 1/17/12 - Passed Senate 2/20/12 - To House 2/21/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/2/12 - To Governor 3/9/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

     *206.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Designating certain property as qualified capital addition to manufacturing facilities (original same as H. B. No. 4086 - similar to H. B. No. 4537) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Economic Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/23/12 - To Finance 1/23/12

 

       207.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Extending moratorium on timber severance and business privilege tax (original same as H. B. No. 4087) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Natural Resources then Finance - To Finance 2/16/12

 

       208.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Repealing Telecommunications Tax Act (original same as H. B. No. 4088) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - Referred to Finance on 3rd reading 2/14/12

 

       209.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Updating terms in Personal Income Tax Act (original similar to H. B. No. 4089) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Finance 1/17/12 - Passed Senate 1/30/12 - Effective from passage - To House 1/31/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 2/16/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 2/20/12 - Approved by Governor 2/22/12

 

       210.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Updating terms in Corporation Net Income Tax Act (original same as H. B. No. 4090) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Finance 1/17/12 - Passed Senate 1/30/12 - Effective from passage - To House 1/31/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 2/16/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 2/20/12 - Approved by Governor 2/22/12

 

     *211.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Creating traffic offenses for texting or using handheld wireless communication device while driving (original same as H. B. No. 4091) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/25/12 - To Judiciary 1/25/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/1/12 - Passed Senate 2/6/12 - To House 2/7/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/9/12 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/10/12 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12 - To conference 3/10/12 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/3/12

 

     *212.        By Sen. Snyder, Green, Klempa, McCabe, Williams, Sypolt, Palumbo, Foster, Beach and Wills - Creating criminal offense for disrupting communications and public utility services (original same as H. B. No. 4105) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Judiciary 1/17/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - Passed Senate 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/10/12 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12 - To conference 3/10/12 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Vetoed by Governor 3/15/12 - Senate reconsidered action - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor 3/16/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment 3/16/12 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 3/16/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       213.         By Sen. Snyder, Palumbo, Minard, Green, Boley, Miller and Wills - Authorizing State Fire Commission establish volunteer firefighter training requirements (original same as H. B. No. 4107) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Government Organization 1/17/12

 

       214.         By Sen. Snyder, Foster, Browning, Miller, Chafin, Boley, Jenkins, Stollings and Wills - Clarifying sunrise review requirement for establishment, revision or expansion of professional scope of practice (original same as H. B. No. 4109) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Government Organization 1/17/12 - Passed Senate 2/16/12 - To House 2/17/12 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/5/12 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House changed effective date 3/6/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/15

 

       215.         By Sen. Beach, Edgell, D. Facemire, Miller, Klempa and Wills - Specifying unobligated moneys in Industrial Access Road Fund revert to State Road Fund (original same as H. B. No. 4120) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - To Finance 1/23/12 - Passed Senate 2/14/12 - To House 2/15/12 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       216.         By Sen. Snyder, Palumbo, Minard, Green, Boley and Klempa - Authorizing DEP regulate environmental sampling by legislative rule (original same as H. B. No. 4108) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Judiciary 1/17/12

 

       217.         By Sen. Beach and Yost - Creating new state tax upon suspension or elimination of federal motor fuel tax (original same as H. B. No. 4121 - similar to H. B. No. 4326) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       218.         By Sen. Laird, Foster, Edgell, Plymale, Wills, Boley, Unger, Miller and Stollings - Relating to alternative programs for teacher education (original same as H. B. No. 4122) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Education 1/17/12

 

       219.         By Sen. Beach and Klempa - Consolidating administration and enforcement of motor carrier industry (original same as H. B. No. 4103) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/23/12

 

       220.         By Sen. Beach - Relating to Coopers Rock State Forest (original same as H. B. No. 4472) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Natural Resources 1/17/12

 

     *221.        By Sen. Beach, Kessler (Mr. President), Miller and Stollings - Creating Jason Flatt Act of 2012 (original similar to H. B. No. 2889 and H. B. No. 4014) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Education 1/17/12 - Com. sub. reported 1/25/12 - Passed Senate 1/30/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To House 1/31/12 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 2/29/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/6/12 - Approved by Governor 3/12/12

 

     *222.        By Sen. Beach, Laird and Klempa - Creating criminal offense for interfering with emergency service call (original similar to H. B. No. 4397) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Judiciary 1/17/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/2/12 - Passed Senate 2/8/12 - To House 2/9/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       223.         By Sen. Boley and Hall - Reapportioning congressional districts - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Select Committee on Redistricting 1/17/12

 

       224.         By Sen. Minard and Klempa - Renaming Division or Department of Banking as Division of Financial Institutions (original same as H. B. No. 4277) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Government Organization - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 1/30/12 - Effective from passage - To House 1/31/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 2/29/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/6/12 - Approved by Governor 3/9/12

 

       225.         By Sen. Snyder and D. Facemire - Reapportioning congressional districts - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Select Committee on Redistricting 1/17/12

 

       226.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Board of Accountancy promulgate legislative rule relating to board and professional conduct rules - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       227.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Department of Administration promulgate legislative rule relating to small, women- and minority-owned business certification - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

       228.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Commissioner of Agriculture promulgate legislative rule relating to meat and poultry inspection - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/24/12

 

       229.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Commissioner of Agriculture promulgate legislative rule relating to labeling of certain honey - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/2/12

 

       230.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Commissioner of Agriculture promulgate legislative rule relating to nutrient management certification - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/24/12

 

       231.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing ABCC promulgate legislative rule relating to licensed retailer operations - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

       232.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing ABCC promulgate legislative rule relating to retail outlet licensing - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

       233.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Athletic Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to mixed martial arts - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       234.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing State Auditor promulgate legislative rule relating to transaction fee and rate structure - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       235.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Division of Banking promulgate legislative rule relating to residential mortgage lenders, brokers and loan originators - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12

 

       236.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists promulgate legislative rule relating to procedures, criteria and curricula for examinations and licensure of barbers, cosmetologists, manicurists and aestheticians - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       237.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists promulgate legislative rule relating to licensing schools of barbering and beauty culture - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       238.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists promulgate legislative rule relating to shampoo assistants - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       239.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing CPRB promulgate legislative rule relating to PERS - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Pensions then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/24/12 - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       240.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing CPRB promulgate legislative rule relating to refund, reinstatement, retroactive service, loan and employer error interest factors - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Pensions then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/24/12

 

       241.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing CPRB promulgate legislative rule relating to State Police - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Pensions then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/24/12 - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       242.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Division of Corrections promulgate legislative rule relating to electronic monitoring fees - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

       243.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Courthouse Facilities Improvement Authority promulgate legislative rule relating to Courthouse Facilities Improvement Fund - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       244.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Commission for Deaf and Hard of Hearing promulgate legislative rule relating to qualified interpreter fees - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

     *245.        By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Department of Health and Human Resources promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/10/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/15/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/16/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/3/12

 

       246.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Board of Dental Examiners promulgate legislative rule relating to board fees - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/25/12 - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       247.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to permits for construction and major modification of major stationary sources for prevention of air quality deterioration - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

       248.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to performance standards for new stationary sources - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

       249.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to air pollution control from solid waste combustion - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

       250.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to permits for construction and major modifications of major stationary sources causing or contributing to nonattainment areas - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

       251.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to air pollution control from hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facilities - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

       252.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to operating permit requirements - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *253.        By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/3/12 - Passed Senate 2/8/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/9/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/8/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       254.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to determining conformity of general federal actions to applicable implementation plans - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

       255.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to greenhouse gas emissions inventory program - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

       256.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to ambient air quality standards - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

       257.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to voluntary remediation and redevelopment - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       258.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to solid waste management - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       259.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to hazardous waste management systems - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       260.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Development Office promulgate legislative rule relating to brownfield economic development districts - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Economic Development then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       261.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Development Office promulgate legislative rule relating to use of coalbed methane severance tax proceeds - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Economic Development then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/25/12 - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       262.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Board of Registration for Foresters promulgate legislative rule relating to certification of registered foresters - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       263.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Board of Registration for Foresters promulgate legislative rule relating to fees schedule - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/25/12 - To Judiciary 2/2/12

 

       264.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Board of Registration for Foresters promulgate legislative rule relating to code of ethics - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       265.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Division of Forestry promulgate legislative rule relating to sediment control during commercial timber-harvesting operations--licensing - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Agriculture then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/24/12 - To Judiciary 2/2/12

 

       266.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Division of Forestry promulgate legislative rule relating to sediment control during commercial timber-harvesting operations--logger certification - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Agriculture then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/24/12 - To Judiciary 2/2/12

 

       267.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Board of Funeral Service Examiners promulgate legislative rule relating to crematory requirements - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       268.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Governor's Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction promulgate legislative rule relating to law-enforcement training standards - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

       269.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Governor's Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction promulgate legislative rule relating to motor vehicle search standards - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

       270.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to safety and treatment program - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/25/12 - To Judiciary 2/1/12

 

       271.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to credentialing verification organizations - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12

 

       272.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Health Insurance Plan Board of Directors promulgate legislative rule relating to premium subsidy - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12

 

       273.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to public water systems - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12

 

       274.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to vital statistics - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12

 

       275.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to public water systems operators - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12

 

       276.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to manufactured home communities - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12

 

       277.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to wastewater systems and operations - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/25/12 - To Judiciary 2/1/12

 

       278.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to AIDS-related medical testing and confidentiality - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/25/12 - To Judiciary 2/1/12

 

       279.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to public water systems design standards - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12

 

       280.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Commissioner of Highways promulgate legislative rule relating to state road construction and reconstruction - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/30/12

 

       281.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Commissioner of Highways promulgate legislative rule relating to transportation of hazardous wastes - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/30/12

 

       282.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Human Rights Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to housing discrimination against disabled utilizing assistance animals - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       283.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Division of Human Services promulgate legislative rule relating to family child care facility licensing requirements - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12

 

       284.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Division of Human Services promulgate legislative rule relating to family child care home registration requirements - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12

 

       285.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Division of Human Services promulgate legislative rule relating to child care quality rating and improvement system - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12

 

       286.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to licensing and conduct of insurance producers and agencies - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12

 

     *287.        By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Department of Revenue promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/10/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/15/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/16/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/3/12

 

       288.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to insurance holding company systems - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12

 

       289.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to continuing education for individual insurance producers - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12

 

       290.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to mini COBRA - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12

 

       291.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to workers' compensation insurance for state agencies - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/25/12 - To Judiciary 1/31/12

 

       292.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Division of Labor promulgate legislative rule relating to Zipline and Canopy Tour Responsibility Act - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Labor then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       293.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Division of Labor promulgate legislative rule relating to Amusement Rides and Amusement Attractions Safety Act - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Labor then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/2/12

 

       294.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Division of Labor promulgate legislative rule relating to supervision of elevator mechanics and apprentices - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Labor then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       295.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Massage Therapy Licensure Board promulgate legislative rule relating to general provisions - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       296.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Massage Therapy Licensure Board promulgate legislative rule relating to fees schedule - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/25/12 - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       297.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Board of Medicine promulgate legislative rule relating to formation and approval of professional limited liability companies - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       298.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training promulgate legislative rule relating to application process for Innovative Mine Safety Technology Tax Credit Act - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/26/12 - To Judiciary 1/31/12

 

       299.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DMV promulgate legislative rule relating to compulsory motor vehicle liability insurance - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12

 

       300.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DNR promulgate legislative rule relating to special boating - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       301.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DNR promulgate legislative rule relating to special motorboating - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       302.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DNR promulgate legislative rule relating to hunting, trapping and fishing - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       303.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DNR promulgate legislative rule relating to definition of hunting and trapping terms - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       304.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DNR promulgate legislative rule relating to hunting and trapping prohibitions - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       305.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DNR promulgate legislative rule relating to general trapping - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       306.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DNR promulgate legislative rule relating to special fishing - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       307.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Nursing Home Administrators Licensing Board promulgate legislative rule relating to nursing home administrators - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       308.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Board of Occupational Therapy promulgate legislative rule relating to fees for board services - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       309.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Board of Osteopathy promulgate legislative rule relating to physician licensing procedures - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 1/25/12 - To Judiciary 2/2/12

 

       310.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Division of Personnel promulgate legislative rule relating to division's administration - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/27/12

 

       311.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Division of Personnel promulgate legislative rule relating to workers' compensation temporary total disability - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

       312.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Board of Pharmacy promulgate legislative rule relating to immunizations administered by pharmacists - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       313.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Board of Pharmacy promulgate legislative rule relating to Uniform Controlled Substances Act - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       314.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Board of Pharmacy promulgate legislative rule relating to continuing education for licensed pharmacists - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       315.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Board of Pharmacy promulgate legislative rule relating to licensure of wholesale drug distributors - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/25/12 - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       316.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Racing Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to simulcast pari-mutuel wagering at facility in historic hotel - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       317.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Secretary of State promulgate legislative rule relating to Vote-by-Mail Pilot Project Phase 2: Voting by Mail - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

       318.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Secretary of State promulgate legislative rule relating to general management and preservation of state records - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/26/12

 

       319.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DHHR Secretary, Insurance Commissioner and Health Care Authority Chair promulgate legislative rule relating to all-payer claims database--data submission requirements - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/25/12 - To Judiciary 2/1/12

 

       320.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DHHR Secretary, Insurance Commissioner and Health Care Authority Chair promulgate legislative rule relating to all-payer claims database program's privacy and security - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/25/12 - To Judiciary 2/1/12

 

     *321.        By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/9/12 - Passed Senate 2/14/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/15/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/8/12 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/9/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       322.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing State Police promulgate legislative rule relating to Modified Vehicle Inspection Manual - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/30/12

 

       323.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Board of Professional Surveyors promulgate legislative rule relating to examination and licensing - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/25/12

 

       324.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Tax Department promulgate legislative rule relating to tax payment by electronic funds transfer - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/31/12

 

       325.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Tax Department promulgate legislative rule relating to commercial patent incentives tax credit - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/31/12

 

       326.         By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Tax Department promulgate legislative rule relating to information exchange agreement with Department of Commerce, DOT and DEP - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/31/12

 

     *327.        By Sen. Nohe - Exempting certain school mascot from prohibition of firearms possession on school grounds (original same as H. B. No. 4128) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Education then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/3/12 - To Judiciary 2/3/12

 

       328.         By Sen. Yost, Foster, Unger, Miller and Wills - Increasing compensation of county board of education members for certain meeting attendance (original similar to H. B. No. 4073) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Education then Finance

 

       329.         By Sen. Minard - Requiring treatment of uninsured motor vehicle coverage same as any other available coverage - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

     *330.        By Sen. Minard - Relating to licensure of insurance adjusters (original same as H. B. No. 4401) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/10/12 - To Government Organization 2/10/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/16/12 - Passed Senate 2/21/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Judiciary

 

       331.         By Sen. Wills and Miller - Providing certain persons residing with crime victims prosecutorial notification and right to be heard at sentencing and parole proceedings - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 1/31/12 - To House 2/1/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/8/12 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       332.         By Sen. Snyder, Green, Klempa, McCabe, Williams, Wills, Plymale, Foster, Yost and Beach - Relating to registration of pawnbrokers (original same as H. B. No. 4106) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       333.         By Sen. Minard and Klempa - Providing state-chartered bank may engage in financially related activity if federal or state thrifts, federal credit unions or out-of-state-chartered banks also engage (original same as H. B. No. 4275) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance

 

       334.         By Sen. Minard - Granting Commissioner of Banking authority to fine regulated consumer lender licensees (original same as H. B. No. 4274) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

       335.         By Sen. Minard - Providing electronic payments subject to returned check fees (original same as H. B. No. 4272) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance - Passed Senate 2/15/12 - To House 2/16/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/22/12

 

       336.         By Sen. Minard - Eliminating mortgage lender license exemption available to bank subsidiaries (original same as H. B. No. 4273) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Government Organization - To Government Organization 2/10/12 - Passed Senate 2/21/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       337.         By Sen. Minard - Relating to powers and duties of Commissioner of Banking (original same as H. B. No. 4248) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Government Organization - 2nd reference dispensed - Referred to Finance 2/10/12 - Referred to Judiciary 2/21/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       338.         By Sen. Minard - Relating to consumer's right to cure loan default (original same as H. B. No. 4276) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

       339.         By Sen. Minard - Requiring electronic reporting by licensed mortgage lenders, brokers and servicers (original same as H. B. No. 4271) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance

 

     *340.        By Sen. Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Klempa and Plymale - Relating to interscholastic athletics concussions and head injuries - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Education then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/1/12 - To Judiciary 2/1/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amendments pending - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/10/12 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12 - To conference 3/10/12

 

     *341.        By Sen. Stollings and Foster - Creating Restroom Access Act - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/10/12 - To Government Organization 2/10/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/16/12 - Passed Senate 2/21/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

     *342.        By Sen. Foster, Browning, Fanning, Minard, Tucker, Wills, Barnes, K. Facemyer, Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa, Plymale, Williams and Nohe - Relating generally to criminal justice system (original same as H. B. No. 4123) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/21/12 - To Finance 2/21/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - On 3rd reading with restricted right to amend, House Calendar 3/10/12

 

     *343.        By Sen. Laird, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Klempa, Nohe, Browning, Plymale, Yost, Jenkins and Beach - Providing volunteer and part-volunteer fire departments' grace period to meet eligibility for certain funds allocation (original same as H. B. No. 4114) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/27/12 - To Finance 1/27/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/9/12 - Passed Senate 2/14/12 - To House 2/15/12 - Reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 2/17/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 2/20/12 - To Governor 2/23/12 - Approved by Governor 2/28/12

 

       344.         By Sen. Stollings - Providing minimum training requirement for license to carry deadly weapon - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary

 

       345.         By Sen. Minard - Relating to refinancing or consolidation of certain nonrevolving consumer loan or consumer credit sale (original same as H. B. No. 4255) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/10/12

 

       346.         By Sen. Foster, Laird, McCabe, Jenkins, Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings and Edgell - Creating Larry Border Act (original similar to H. B. No. 4023) - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

       347.         By Sen. Snyder, Edgell, D. Facemire, Miller, Laird, Hall, Foster, Plymale and Wills - Rededicating excise tax paid on real property transfers to counties for regional jail support (original same as H. B. No. 4117 - similar to H. B. No. 2429 and H. B. No. 2785) - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Finance 1/27/12

 

       348.         By Sen. Hall - Creating Quality Control Procedure for Agency Rules Act of 2012 - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       349.         By Sen. D. Facemire - Excepting income-producing asset subject to equitable distribution from spousal support awards - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Judiciary

 

       350.         By Sen. D. Facemire and Sypolt - Providing automatic revocation of will upon legal separation (original same as H. B. No. 4612) - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Judiciary

 

       351.         By Sen. Snyder, Browning, Prezioso and Klempa - Limiting size of voting precincts; other provisions - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       352.         By Sen. Edgell, Tucker, Chafin, Fanning, Jenkins, Minard, Williams, Wills, Barnes, Boley, Nohe, Foster, Prezioso, Snyder, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Stollings, Yost and Sypolt - Creating criminal offense for custodian's failure to report missing child (original same as H. B. No. 4242) - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *353.        By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Browning, Laird, Klempa and Snyder - Relating generally to possession of firearms (original same as H. B. No. 4507) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/16/12 - Passed Senate 2/21/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *354.        By Sen. Klempa, McCabe, Wells, Palumbo, Foster and Yost - Authorizing county commissions appoint temporary successors to certain county officer vacancies (original same as H. B. No. 4305) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/22/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate with amended title 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary

 

       355.         By Sen. Klempa, McCabe and Wells - Allowing counties to deduct delinquent tax collection costs from distribution to levying bodies (original same as H. B. No. 4280) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       356.         By Sen. Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President), Laird, Miller, Foster, Snyder, Klempa and Jenkins - Creating dental practitioner tax credit for certain indigent care (original similar to H. B. No. 2009) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

       357.         By Sen. Barnes - Reapportioning congressional districts - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Select Committee on Redistricting

 

       358.         By Sen. Laird, Browning, Foster, Green, Hall, Miller, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Beach and Jenkins - Prohibiting possession of certain multiple controlled substances obtained from more than one practitioner (original same as H. B. No. 4034) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

       359.         By Sen. Yost and Kessler (Mr. President) - Requiring seller of precious metals and gems present photo ID to dealers - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *360.        By Sen. Tucker and Plymale - Creating procedure for deeming personal property abandoned following real property transfer - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/31/12 - Passed Senate 2/6/12 - To House 2/7/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       361.         By Sen. Tucker and Plymale - Changing legal advertisement publication date for name change - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *362.        By Sen. Snyder, Plymale, Unger, Stollings, Kirkendoll, Helmick, Jenkins, Laird, Barnes, Beach, Edgell and D. Facemire - Authorizing bond issuance for Cacapon Resort State Park and Beech Fork State Park capital improvements - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Natural Resources then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/2/12 - To Finance 2/2/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       363.         By Sen. Klempa, Browning, Palumbo, Wells, Nohe, Sypolt, Beach, Foster and Jenkins - Creating Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act (original same as H. B. No. 4250 - similar to H. B. No. 2710 and H. B. No. 2790) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary

 

       364.         By Sen. Yost - Relating to compilation and availability of birth parents' social and medical histories prior to adoption - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

       365.         By Sen. Laird, Plymale, Beach and Miller - Increasing membership of PEIA Finance Board (original same as H. B. No. 4304 - similar to H. B. No. 2667) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Government Organization - To Government Organization 2/20/12 - Passed Senate with amended title 2/28/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To House 2/29/12 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/6/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

       366.         By Sen. Stollings and Snyder - Increasing opportunities for certain WV accredited thoroughbred racehorses (original same as H. B. No. 4529 - similar to H. B. No. 4600) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Judiciary

 

       367.         By Sen. Williams, Sypolt, Beach and Jenkins - Relating to liability of real property possessor for trespasser harm (original same as H. B. No. 4375 - similar to H. B. No. 4639) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/1/12 - To House 2/2/12 - To Judiciary

 

       368.         By Sen. Hall - Granting certain real property owners access to unused DOH property - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

     *369.        By Sen. Unger and Snyder - Permitting Deputy Sheriff Retirement System retirants to modify benefit options under certain circumstances - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Pensions then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/31/12 - To Judiciary 1/31/12 - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/8/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       370.         By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Browning, Klempa and Laird - Relating to transport and storage of firearms in private vehicles (original same as H. B. No. 4502) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *371.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing school system under declared state of emergency participate as collaborative innovation zone (original same as H. B. No. 4235) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 2/17/12 - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/22/12 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/12 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/8/12 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/9/12 - To conference 3/9/12 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective from passage - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/15/12 - Vetoed by Governor 3/15/12 - Senate reconsidered action - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor 3/16/12 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment 3/16/12 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 3/16/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       372.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to performance evaluations for professional education personnel; instituting teacher mentoring system (original same as H. B. No. 4236) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Education

 

     *373.        By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President) and Snyder - Providing State Police collect fee for advanced training (original similar to H. B. No. 4324) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 2/2/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/14/12 - Passed Senate 2/17/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To House 2/20/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/8/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/9/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       374.         By Sen. Klempa, Tucker, Browning, Nohe and Jenkins - Amending Uniform Commercial Code (original same as H. B. No. 4251) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary

 

       375.         By Sen. Minard - Creating Uniform Debt Management Services Act (original same as H. B. No. 4278) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary

 

       376.         By Sen. Palumbo, D. Facemire, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger and Jenkins - Establishing procedures for inclusion of Address Confidentiality Program participants on special absentee voting lists (original same as H. B. No. 4238) - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Judiciary

 

       377.         By Sen. Barnes and Miller - Amending time frame for transfers of professional educators - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Education

 

       378.         By Sen. Barnes, Plymale, Unger and Tucker - Requiring assistant principals at schools with certain enrollment - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Education then Finance

 

     *379.        By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Foster, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale and Jenkins - Authorizing Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses designate certain treatment and recovery programs for licensees and applicants - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/3/12 - To Government Organization 2/3/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/10/12 - Passed Senate 2/15/12 - To House 2/16/12 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 2/24/12 - To Governor 3/6/12 - Vetoed by Governor 3/9/12 - Senate reconsidered action - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor 3/10/12 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/10/12 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       380.         By Sen. Yost - Transferring sole ownership of real property to co-owner paying taxes - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *381.        By Sen. Miller, Yost, Klempa, Wills, Laird, D. Facemire, Chafin, Foster, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale and Jenkins - Creating WV Buy American Act (original similar to H. B. No. 4263) - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/23/12

 

     *382.        By Sen. Unger - Relating to sex offender registration (original same as H. B. No. 4485 - similar to H. B. No. 2226) - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/27/12 - Passed Senate 2/1/12 - To House 2/2/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/5/12 - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

       383.         By Sen. Unger, Beach, Kessler (Mr. President) and Klempa - Increasing supplemental pay for State Police in lieu of overtime pay (original same as H. B. No. 4281 - similar to H. B. No. 2272) - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Finance

 

       384.         By Sen. Jenkins, Foster, Stollings, Beach, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale and Klempa - Creating nurse educator tax credit - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Education then Finance

 

       385.         By Sen. Unger, Beach, Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa and Jenkins - Expanding definition of "computer" in commission of certain crimes (original same as H. B. No. 4318) - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/1/12 - To House 2/2/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/2/12 - To Governor 3/9/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

       386.         By Sen. Unger, Browning, Snyder, Kessler (Mr. President) and Palumbo - Clarifying entities included in water's-edge group for income tax purposes (original same as H. B. No. 4544) - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Finance 1/31/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *387.        By Sen. Unger and Beach - Requiring training of floodplain managers - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/7/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

       388.         By Sen. Wills, Klempa, Tucker, Miller, Snyder, Yost and Kessler (Mr. President) - Tolling statute of limitations against tortfeasors upon claim filing (original same as H. B. No. 4268) - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Judiciary

 

       389.         By Sen. Unger, Beach, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale, Williams, Klempa and Jenkins - Establishing minimum number of State Police troopers; salary increase (original same as H. B. No. 4478 - similar to H. B. No. 2791 and H. B. No. 3022) - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       390.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating generally to state revenue funds (original same as H. B. No. 4252) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/15/12 - To House 2/16/12 - To Finance

 

     *391.        By Sen. Laird, Unger, Prezioso, Stollings, Edgell, Sypolt, D. Facemire, Snyder, Yost, Green, Wells, Miller, Browning, Jenkins, Plymale, Beach, Foster and Tucker - Expanding reduced utility rates to low-income residential customers receiving SSDI (original same as H. B. No. 4249) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/3/12 - Referred to Finance 2/3/12

 

       392.         By Sen. Hall, Klempa, Browning and Plymale - Increasing public service district board members' salaries (original same as H. B. No. 4372) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 2/22/12

 

     *393.        By Sen. Browning and Plymale - Extending time for TRS members to purchase service credit in TDCS (original similar to H. B. No. 4599) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Education then Pensions then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/27/12 - To Pensions 1/27/12

 

       394.         By Sen. Wills, Kirkendoll, Klempa, McCabe, Minard, Palumbo, Tucker, Williams, K. Facemyer, Nohe, Plymale, Foster and Beach - Relating to transfer procedures when certain elected officials become disabled or unavailable (original same as H. B. No. 4258) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Judiciary

 

       395.         By Sen. Wills, Klempa, Tucker, Miller, Snyder, Yost, Kessler (Mr. President) and Plymale - Subjecting Workers' Compensation Board of Managers' rules to legislative review (original same as H. B. No. 4259) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Judiciary

 

       396.         By Sen. Foster and Beach - Providing certain school social workers receive salary supplement and educational expense reimbursement (original similar to H. B. No. 3211) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Education then Finance

 

       397.         By Sen. Minard and Beach - Increasing certain insurer filing fees (original same as H. B. No. 4254) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

       398.         By Sen. Minard - Limiting risk retention groups' risks on single insurance subject (original same as H. B. No. 4256) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/20/12

 

     *399.        By Sen. Minard - Renaming Board of Insurance Agent Education to Board of Insurance Producer Education; other provisions (original same as H. B. No. 4262) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Government Organization - To Government Organization 2/20/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary

 

       400.         By Sen. Wells, D. Facemire, Yost and Foster - Providing late voter registration opportunities under Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Act of 1986 (original same as H. B. No. 4257) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Military then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/1/12

 

       401.         By Sen. Wills, Beach, Kirkendoll, Klempa, McCabe, Minard, Palumbo, Tucker, Williams, K. Facemyer, Nohe, Jenkins, Unger, Foster, Yost, Kessler (Mr. President) and Plymale - Relating to insurance coverage for autism spectrum disorders (original same as H. B. No. 4260) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

       402.         By Sen. Wills, Kirkendoll, Klempa, McCabe, Minard, Palumbo, Tucker, Williams, K. Facemyer, Nohe and Foster - Relating to legislative rule-making review process (original same as H. B. No. 4261) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Judiciary

 

       403.         By Sen. Miller, Laird and Wills - Creating WV Criminal and Civil Forfeiture Act (original same as H. B. No. 4334) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

     *404.        By Sen. Wills, Plymale, Browning, Snyder, Yost, Miller, Laird, Klempa, Tucker, Unger and Kessler (Mr. President) - Relating to issuance of barrister's teaching certificate (original same as H. B. No. 4323) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 2/8/12 - Passed Senate 2/13/12 - To House 2/14/12 - To Education

 

       405.         By Sen. Williams, Jenkins, Unger, Plymale, Beach and Tucker - Identifying military veteran on DMV license or ID upon request (original same as H. B. No. 4082 - similar to H. B. No. 4330) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

     *406.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Beach, Wills and Unger - Regulating commercial dog-breeding operations (original similar to H. B. No. 2015 and H. B. No. 2883) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/16/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Judiciary

 

       407.         By Sen. Laird and Beach - Relating generally to hunting (original same as H. B. No. 4322) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/16/12

 

     *408.        By Sen. Jenkins, Plymale and Beach - Relating to crimes against property involving graffiti (original same as H. B. No. 4052) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/13/12 - Passed Senate 2/15/12 - To House 2/16/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/9/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Vetoed by Governor 4/3/12

 

       409.         By Sen. K. Facemyer, Kessler (Mr. President) and Beach - Substituting community service for jail confinement for certain persons convicted of alcohol-related crimes - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/13/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/14/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       410.         By Sen. Prezioso and Beach - Requiring backup withholding on certain gambling winnings (original same as H. B. No. 4284) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Finance 2/9/12 - Passed Senate 2/17/12 - To House 2/20/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/12 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

     *411.        By Sen. Prezioso and Laird - Making use or possession of electronic cash register automated sales suppression devices unlawful (original same as H. B. No. 4303) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/9/12 - Passed Senate 2/14/12 - To House 2/15/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *412.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Browning, Jenkins, Plymale, Klempa, Wills and Stollings - Increasing PSC civil penalties for Gas Pipeline Safety Act violations - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/14/12 - To Judiciary 2/14/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       413.         By Sen. Unger, Klempa, Williams and Wills - Compensating State Police for call-back time; housing stipend (original same as H. B. No. 4565 - similar to H. B. No. 3168) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Finance

 

       414.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Expanding definition of "medical services applicant" under Volunteer for Nonprofit Youth Organizations Act (original same as H. B. No. 4300) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/1/12 - Passed Senate 2/8/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/9/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       415.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Authorizing school bus drivers operate leased buses in another county under certain circumstances (original same as H. B. No. 4299) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Education

 

       416.         By Sen. Beach, Klempa, Laird and Wills - Relating to issuance of driver's licenses (original same as H. B. No. 4330) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization - To Government Organization 2/1/12

 

       417.         By Sen. Fanning - Establishing right to disposition of deceased's remains (original same as H. B. No. 4051) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *418.        By Sen. Laird - Relating to qualifications of Parole Board members (original same as H. B. No. 3226) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/2/12 - To Judiciary 2/2/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/8/12 - Passed Senate 2/13/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To House 2/14/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/8/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/9/12 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12 - To conference 3/10/12 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *419.        By Sen. Browning, Plymale and Kirkendoll - Revising high-growth business investment tax credit - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Economic Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/1/12 - To Finance 2/1/12

 

       420.         By Sen. Hall, K. Facemyer, Nohe, Barnes, Boley and Jenkins - Creating Civil Justice Reform Act of 2012 - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

     *421.        By Sen. Williams, Sypolt, McCabe, Beach, K. Facemyer, Boley, D. Facemire, Helmick, Miller, Tucker, Laird, Nohe, Green, Barnes and Plymale - Creating Captive Cervid Farming Act (original same as H. B. No. 2527) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/31/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/14/12 - Referred to Rules on 3rd reading 2/17/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *422.        By Sen. Foster, McCabe, Hall and Plymale - Relating generally to retirement benefits and costs of PERS, State Police Retirement System and TRS - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Pensions then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/14/12 - To Finance 2/14/12

 

       423.         By Sen. Wills, Klempa, Browning, Tucker, Miller, Snyder, Yost, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President) and Foster - Relating to reimbursement for providing patient health care records (original same as H. B. No. 4301) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Health and Human Resources

 

       424.         By Sen. D. Facemire, Klempa, Green, Yost and Tucker - Exempting certain barbers from continuing education requirement (original same as H. B. No. 4378 - similar to H. B. No. 2976) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To House 2/29/12 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/12 - Title amended - Effect from passage - House reconsidered effective date - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/9/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - Effective ninety days from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       425.         By Sen. Boley and Nohe - Exempting certain nursing homes from certificate of need review and bed moratorium (original similar to H. B. No. 4504) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

 

       426.         By Sen. Jenkins, Stollings and Plymale - Relating to controlled substances monitoring (original similar to H. B. No. 4471) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

     *427.        By Sen. Palumbo, Wells, Wills and Klempa - Conforming state administrative remedies for prisoners with Department of Justice standards - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/3/12 - Passed Senate 2/8/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/9/12 - To Judiciary

 

       428.         By Sen. Beach and Klempa - Relating to registration plates for governmental vehicles (original same as H. B. No. 4286) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - To Finance 2/1/12 - Passed Senate 2/17/12 - To House 2/20/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *429.        By Sen. Beach and Klempa - Relating to motor vehicle registration classifications (original same as H. B. No. 4287) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Com. sub. reported 2/1/12 - Passed Senate 2/6/12 - To House 2/7/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/2/12 - To Governor 3/9/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

       430.         By Sen. Prezioso, Foster, Kessler (Mr. President) and Beach - Conforming code provisions to Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement (original same as H. B. No. 4335) - Introduced 1/26/12 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/14/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/15/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/7/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

       431.         By Sen. Unger, Foster, Yost, Klempa and Beach - Extending voter registration period prior to election (original similar to H. B. No. 3001) - Introduced 1/26/12 - To Judiciary

 

       432.         By Sen. K. Facemyer, Jenkins, Green, Plymale and Wills - Relating to military service credit under State Police Retirement System - Introduced 1/26/12 - To Pensions then Finance

 

       433.         By Sen. Laird, Miller, Hall, Klempa and Wills - Relating generally to involuntary hospitalization of mentally ill persons (original same as H. B. No. 4317 - similar to H. B. No. 2755) - Introduced 1/26/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

     *434.        By Sen. Palumbo - Providing suggestion and suggestee execution contain certain information - Introduced 1/26/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/3/12 - Passed Senate 2/8/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/9/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/2/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/9/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

     *435.        By Sen. Chafin, Yost and Wills - Relating to nursing home residents' personal funds conveyance upon death - Introduced 1/26/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       436.         By Sen. Plymale, Browning, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Prezioso, Klempa, Beach and Jenkins - Facilitating collaboration between public school and higher education systems to promote seamless curricula - Introduced 1/26/12 - To Education - Passed Senate 2/6/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/7/12 - To Education - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/8/12 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/9/12 - Effective from passage - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered effective date - Senate reconsidered passage of bill - Senate reconsidered action - Senate concurred in House amendment with amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/10/12 - Passed House 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *437.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating generally to substance abuse (original same as H. B. No. 4336) - Introduced 1/27/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/17/12 - To Judiciary 2/17/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/22/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/27/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment with amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/10/12 - Passed House 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/29/12

 

       438.         By Sen. Foster, Hall, Laird, Green, Miller, Browning, Unger, Klempa, Palumbo, Wills and Yost - Including sheriffs access to certain confidential pharmaceutical information (original same as H. B. No. 4285 - similar to H. B. No. 2754) - Introduced 1/27/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       439.         By Sen. Tucker, Jenkins, Beach and Wills - Relating to certain taxpayer petitions for assessor review of improper real property valuation - Introduced 1/27/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       440.         By Sen. Sypolt, Barnes, Hall and Nohe - Reinstating certain former fire chiefs and appointing deputy chiefs - Introduced 1/27/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       441.         By Sen. Beach, Unger, Jenkins, Klempa and Yost - Exempting special motor vehicle equipment for disabled from sales and privilege taxes (original similar to H. B. No. 2046) - Introduced 1/27/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - To Finance 2/1/12

 

       442.         By Sen. Beach and Kessler (Mr. President) - Providing for phase-in of certain real property assessment increases (original similar to H. B. No. 2360, H. B. No. 2395 and H. B. No. 2987) - Introduced 1/27/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       443.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Browning, Unger, Jenkins, Klempa, Wills and Yost - Increasing state tax exemption for PERS, TRS and military retirement income (original similar to H. B. No. 2043, H. B. No. 2364 and H. B. No. 2720) - Introduced 1/27/12 - To Pensions then Finance - To Finance 2/21/12

 

       444.         By Sen. Edgell, Unger and Yost - Requiring certain professional educators employed by county boards perform substitute teaching duties - Introduced 1/27/12 - To Education then Finance

 

       445.         By Sen. Green, Jenkins and K. Facemyer - Prohibiting fundraising by legislators during regular sessions - Introduced 1/27/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

     *446.        By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Jenkins, Klempa, Green, Beach, Wills, Yost and Plymale - Relating to harassment, intimidation or bullying of public school students - Introduced 1/27/12 - To Education then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/10/12 - To Judiciary 2/10/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/12

 

       447.         By Sen. Tucker, Klempa and Barnes - Clarifying circuit judges appoint attorney from public defender office in certain cases - Introduced 1/30/12 - To Judiciary

 

       448.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating generally to mine safety (original same as H. B. No. 4351) - Introduced 1/30/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       449.         By Sen. Klempa, Tucker, Chafin, Palumbo, Wells, Nohe, Sypolt, Kessler (Mr. President), Jenkins and Williams - Creating Uniform Power of Attorney Act (original same as H. B. No. 4390) - Introduced 1/30/12 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary

 

       450.         By Sen. Laird, Klempa, Williams and Beach - Removing bobcats from tag requirement (original same as H. B. No. 4328) - Introduced 1/30/12 - To Natural Resources - Referred to Rules on 1st reading 2/23/12

 

       451.         By Sen. K. Facemyer - Prohibiting limited video lottery license issuance or renewal for premises within certain radius of horse or dog track - Introduced 1/30/12 - To Agriculture then Judiciary then Finance

 

       452.         By Sen. Hall and Barnes - Creating Taxpayer's Bill of Rights Act - Introduced 1/30/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       453.         By Sen. Wills, Klempa, Tucker, Snyder, Yost and Kessler (Mr. President) - Requiring insurance liability coverage disclosure to claimant upon request (original same as H. B. No. 4486) - Introduced 1/30/12 - To Banking and Insurance

 

       454.         By Sen. Foster - Providing certain persons residing with crime victims prosecutorial notification and right to be heard at sentencing and parole proceedings - Introduced 1/30/12 - To Judiciary

 

       455.         By Sen. Klempa, Yost and Kessler (Mr. President) - Allowing DEP zone requirement waiver by affected water intake owners (original same as H. B. No. 4383) - Introduced 1/30/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary

 

       456.         By Sen. Laird, Browning, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Jenkins, Klempa, Beach and Barnes - Creating misdemeanor for child neglect creating bodily injury risk (original similar to H. B. No. 4356) - Introduced 1/30/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *457.        By Sen. Plymale, Unger, Foster, Kessler (Mr. President), Jenkins and Beach - Continuing Rural Health Initiative; other provisions - Introduced 1/30/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - Com. sub. reported 2/10/12 - To Education 2/10/12 - Passed Senate 2/20/12 - To House 2/21/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To House Education - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/10/12 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12

 

       458.         By Sen. Hall and Jenkins - Relating to employer and third-party liability under workers's compensation deliberate intention exception (original same as H. B. No. 4479) - Introduced 1/30/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

       459.         By Sen. Tucker - Providing for real property assessment of mobile home situated on owner's real estate - Introduced 1/31/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

     *460.        By Sen. Tucker - Providing minimum tax appraisal value of automobiles; other provisions - Introduced 1/31/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/20/12 - To Finance 2/20/12

 

       461.         By Sen. Unger - Conforming election complaint procedures statute to federal code (original same as H. B. No. 4402) - Introduced 1/31/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate with amended title 2/15/12 - To House 2/16/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 3/7/12 - Laid over until 3/8/12 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 3/8/12 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 3/10/12

 

       462.         By Sen. Barnes - Reapportioning congressional districts - Introduced 1/31/12 - To Select Committee on Redistricting

 

       463.         By Sen. Tucker - Expanding assessment exclusions under Tax Increment Financing Act - Introduced 1/31/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       464.         By Sen. Palumbo, Laird, Tucker, Edgell, Wills, Jenkins, Browning, Plymale and Klempa - Defining certain habitually absent schoolchild as neglected child (original same as H. B. No. 4309) - Introduced 1/31/12 - To Education then Judiciary

 

       465.         By Sen. Palumbo, Laird, Tucker, Edgell, Wills, Jenkins, Foster and Klempa - Relating to domestic violence proceedings and protective orders (original same as H. B. No. 4307) - Introduced 1/31/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *466.        By Sen. Browning and Klempa - Creating Alternative Coal Slurry Disposal Act - Introduced 1/31/12 - To Economic Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/6/12 - To Finance 2/6/12

 

       467.         By Sen. Beach, Kessler (Mr. President), Williams, Sypolt and Klempa - Increasing number of magistrates (original similar to H. B. No. 3176) - Introduced 1/31/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

     *468.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Browning, Laird, Miller, Palumbo, Beach, Yost, Williams, Plymale, Klempa and McCabe - Allowing Courthouse Facilities Improvement Authority issue bonds (original same as H. B. No. 4534) - Introduced 1/31/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/10/12 - To Finance 2/10/12 - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Finance

 

       469.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating generally to other post-employment benefits (original same as H. B. No. 4364) - Introduced 1/31/12 - To Finance - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 2/1/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/2/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, House Calendar - Amended - Passed House 2/9/12 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 2/10/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/14/12 - Approved by Governor 2/20/12

 

       470.         By Sen. Foster, Edgell, Jenkins, McCabe and Hall (Originating in Senate Pensions) - Requiring medical examination by member's physician for TRS disability annuity (original similar to H. B. No. 4496) - Introduced 1/31/12 - Passed Senate 2/6/12 - To House 2/7/12 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/16/12

 

     *471.        By Sen. Palumbo, Laird, Tucker, Edgell, Wills, Unger, Yost, Klempa and Kessler (Mr. President) - Authorizing Supreme Court establish mental hygiene commissioners' compensation (original same as H. B. No. 4292) - Introduced 2/1/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/9/12 - To Finance 2/9/12 - Passed Senate 2/17/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/20/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/7/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

       472.         By Sen. Palumbo, Laird, Tucker, Edgell, Wills, Browning, Yost, Klempa, Kessler (Mr. President) and Plymale - Increasing compensation cap of family court secretary-clerks and case coordinators (original same as H. B. No. 4293) - Introduced 2/1/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Finance 2/9/12

 

       473.         By Sen. Palumbo, Laird, Tucker, Edgell, Wills, Yost and Klempa - Authorizing Supreme Court determine continuation of county law libraries (original same as H. B. No. 4291) - Introduced 2/1/12 - To Judiciary

 

       474.         By Sen. Palumbo, Laird, Tucker, Edgell, Wills, Yost, Klempa, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale and Beach - Exempting Supreme Court justices and retired justices from concealed weapon licensure requirement (original same as H. B. No. 4308 - similar to H. B. No. 2335, H. B. No. 2510 and H. B. No. 3255) - Introduced 2/1/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *475.        By Sen. Chafin, Browning, Williams, Yost and Wills - Increasing number of magistrate court deputy clerks (original similar to H. B. No. 3142 and H. B. No. 4131) - Introduced 2/1/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/16/12 - To Finance 2/16/12

 

       476.         By Sen. Palumbo, Unger and Miller - Changing filing deadline for write-in candidates (original same as H. B. No. 4403) - Introduced 2/1/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *477.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Browning, Yost, Klempa and Beach - Regulating possession of exotic animals - Introduced 2/1/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/9/12 - To Judiciary 2/9/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/14/12 - Passed Senate 2/17/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To House 2/20/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2012 - House reconsidered effective date - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2012 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Vetoed by Governor 4/3/12

 

     *478.        By Sen. Unger, Klempa and Kessler (Mr. President) - Creating apprentice hunting and trapping license (original same as H. B. No. 4501) - Introduced 2/1/12 - To Natural Resources then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/9/12 - To Finance 2/9/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/17/12 - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *479.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Jenkins, Stollings and Yost - Creating Spay Neuter Program and Fund - Introduced 2/1/12 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - To Judiciary 2/22/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Agriculture then Finance - To House Finance 3/1/12

 

       480.         By Sen. Minard, Jenkins, Williams, Klempa and Wills - Providing for DMV issuance of military veteran photo ID cards - Introduced 2/1/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

     *481.        By Sen. Wills, Edgell, Tucker, Kirkendoll, Unger, Yost, Klempa, Kessler (Mr. President) and Plymale - Increasing compensation of attorneys appointed in child abuse and neglect proceedings - Introduced 2/1/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/16/12 - To Finance 2/16/12

 

       482.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa and Yost - Reinstating certain former fire chiefs and appointing deputy chiefs - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Government Organization

 

       483.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Palumbo, Unger, Laird, Williams, Snyder, Tucker, Browning, Wills, Edgell, Foster, Klempa, Chafin, Sypolt, Plymale and Yost - Equalizing compensation of magistrates, assistants, court clerks and deputy clerks (original same as H. B. No. 4392) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

     *484.        By Sen. Palumbo, Laird, Tucker, Edgell, Wills, Wells, Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa, Jenkins, Beach and Yost - Relating generally to child welfare (original same as H. B. No. 4389) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/8/12 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/13/12 - To House 2/14/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/8/12 - House further considered bill - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       485.         By Sen. Wells, Kessler (Mr. President), D. Facemire, Edgell, Fanning, Foster, Helmick, Jenkins, Klempa, Snyder, Yost, Unger, Williams and Beach - Creating Fiscal and Policy Division under Joint Committee on Government and Finance (original similar to H. B. No. 3270) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Finance 2/14/12

 

     *486.        By Sen. Palumbo, Tucker, Laird, Edgell, Foster, Wills, Kessler (Mr. President) and Klempa - Relating generally to Judges' Retirement System (original same as H. B. No. 4343) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/9/12 - Referred to Pensions 2/9/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/14/12 - To Finance 2/14/12

 

     *487.        By Sen. Browning, Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa, Chafin and Beach - Creating Coalbed Methane Gas Distribution Fund (original similar to H. B. No. 4473) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Economic Development then Finance - To Finance 2/6/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/27/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       488.         By Sen. K. Facemyer and Browning - Providing one-time bonus to certain PERS annuitants - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Pensions then Finance

 

       489.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale, Klempa and Yost - Limiting health insurance coverage for elective abortions to supplemental policies (original similar to H. B. No. 4578) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/8/12

 

       490.         By Sen. D. Facemire and Beach - Criminalizing trademark counterfeiting (original same as H. B. No. 4615) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       491.         By Sen. Sypolt (By Request), Williams and Beach - Authorizing PSC to regulate broadband deployment projects - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

       492.         By Sen. Yost and Klempa - Relating to residential construction projects - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Judiciary

 

       493.         By Sen. Snyder, Beach and Palumbo - Exempting certain unmarked law-enforcement vehicles from sun-screening restrictions (original same as H. B. No. 4391) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Passed Senate 2/17/12 - To House 2/20/12 - To Judiciary - Read 1st time 3/8/12 - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       494.         By Sen. D. Facemire, Unger, Miller and Klempa - Relating to providing presidential election ballot to certain voters moving out-of-state (original same as H. B. No. 4487) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Judiciary

 

       495.         By Sen. Beach, D. Facemire, Miller and Kirkendoll - Authorizing DEP propose legislative rules for administrative resolution to Hazardous Waste Management Act violation settlements (original same as H. B. No. 4320) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Judiciary

 

       496.         By Sen. Beach, D. Facemire, Kirkendoll and Miller - Modifying DEP requirement of greenhouse gas emissions' inventory (original same as H. B. No. 4319) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/16/12 - Passed Senate 2/24/12 - To House 2/27/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       497.         By Sen. Beach, D. Facemire, Kirkendoll and Miller - Awarding attorney fees and costs for administrative proceedings under WV Surface Coal Mining and Reclamation Act (original same as H. B. No. 4283) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/21/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *498.        By Sen. Foster and Klempa - Relating to records of abuse, neglect or exploitation of vulnerable adults (original same as H. B. No. 4516) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       499.         By Sen. Prezioso and Snyder - Clarifying PEIA is not "insurer" or engaged in "business of insurance" (original same as H. B. No. 4417) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/8/12 - Passed Senate 2/17/12 - To House 2/20/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

       500.         By Sen. Prezioso and Snyder - Allowing IS&C to bill certain spending units for telecommunication services annually (original same as H. B. No. 4420) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate with amended title 2/15/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To House 2/16/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/10/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *501.        By Sen. Stollings - Requiring health insurance coverage of certain hearing aids - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Banking and Insurance - Com. sub. reported 2/10/12 - To Banking and Insurance 2/10/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/20/12 - Passed Senate 2/23/12 - To House 2/24/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/10/12 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12 - To conference 3/10/12

 

       502.         By Sen. Wills, Snyder, Tucker, Yost and Kessler (Mr. President) - Requiring real party identification in first-party claims for uninsured and underinsured motorist civil litigation (original same as H. B. No. 4380) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Judiciary

 

       503.         By Sen. Wills and Yost - Relating to Patient Injury Compensation Fund payments (original same as H. B. No. 4379) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       504.         By Sen. Wills, Snyder, Tucker and Yost - Relating to several liability for health care providers (original same as H. B. No. 4399) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Judiciary

 

       505.         By Sen. Wills, Snyder, Tucker, Yost, D. Facemire and Kessler (Mr. President) - Providing third-party damages' collection from insurance company engaged in unfair trade practices (original same as H. B. No. 4400 - similar to H. B. No. 4440) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

       506.         By Sen. Browning - Relating to farmland protection boards - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Agriculture then Government Organization

 

     *507.        By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Tucker, Edgell, Kessler (Mr. President) and Klempa - Relating to voluntary and involuntary hospitalization of mentally ill persons (original same as H. B. No. 4321) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/16/12 - Passed Senate 2/21/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/9/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/3/12

 

       508.         By Sen. K. Facemyer - Relating to participation in labor organization as condition of employment prohibited - Introduced 2/3/12 - To Labor then Judiciary

 

       509.         By Sen. Jenkins and Stollings - Requiring health insurance contracts include certain claims submission deadline - Introduced 2/3/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Health and Human Resources - To Health and Human Resources 2/8/12

 

     *510.        By Sen. Hall, McCabe, Wells, Palumbo and Plymale - Amending election canvass and recount procedures (original same as H. B. No. 3103 and H. B. No. 4295) - Introduced 2/3/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/15/12 - Passed Senate 2/20/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/21/12 - To Judiciary

 

       511.         By Sen. Yost, Wells and Klempa - Increasing compensation of Secretary of Department of Veterans' Assistance - Introduced 2/3/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

     *512.        By Sen. Palumbo and Beach - Updating statute relating to DMV Office of Administrative Hearing's procedures (original same as H. B. No. 4497) - Introduced 2/3/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/15/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       513.         By Sen. Tucker and Williams - Exempting DNR police officers' pension benefits from state income tax - Introduced 2/3/12 - To Pensions then Finance

 

     *514.        By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Edgell, Prezioso, Kessler (Mr. President), Barnes, Yost and Jenkins - Deeming retail establishments with roll-your-own cigarette machines manufacturers (original same as H. B. No. 4428) - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - To Finance 2/22/12 - Passed Senate 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Finance

 

       515.         By Sen. Foster - Strengthening WV Municipal Pensions Oversight Board's authority (original same as H. B. No. 4489) - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Pensions then Government Organization

 

       516.         By Sen. K. Facemyer and Unger - Authorizing ABCC promulgate legislative rules requiring training for alcoholic liquor servers - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

     *517.        By Sen. K. Facemyer and Unger - Including community beautification and reclamation programs in authorized community corrections programs - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/21/12 - To Judiciary 2/21/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *518.        By Sen. Palumbo, Foster, Jenkins, Klempa, Browning and Williams - Prohibiting certain persons from holding elected or appointed office (original similar to H. B. No. 2103 and H. B. No. 4464) - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/15/12 - Passed Senate 2/20/12 - To House 2/21/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *519.        By Sen. Laird, Beach, Unger, Klempa, Foster, Browning and Plymale - Relating generally to suspension or revocation of driver's licenses (original same as H. B. No. 4449) - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/15/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Finance

 

       520.         By Sen. Browning, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Klempa, Palumbo and Kirkendoll - Providing state income tax exemption for certain graduates of higher education institutions (original same as H. B. No. 4475) - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Education then Finance

 

     *521.        By Sen. Prezioso and Snyder - Relating to subrogation rights of PEIA (original same as H. B. No. 4419) - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/15/12 - To Finance 2/15/12 - Passed Senate 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

     *522.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Beach, Jenkins, Yost, Klempa, Browning, D. Facemire, Plymale and Williams - Creating WVU Shale Research, Education, Policy and Economic Development Center; other provisions (original same as H. B. No. 4511) - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - To Finance 2/22/12

 

       523.         By Sen. Palumbo - Creating Commercial Real Estate Broker Lien Act - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Judiciary

 

       524.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Jenkins, Klempa, Browning, Laird and Foster - Requiring annual Controlled Substance Monitoring Program database search by prescriptive authorities (original similar to H. B. No. 2754 and H. B. No. 4285) - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/16/12

 

       525.         By Sen. Foster - Relating to allocation of additional fire and casualty insurance premium tax proceeds (original similar to H. B. No. 2429) - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Banking and Insurance

 

     *526.        By Sen. Unger and Klempa - Relating to dedication of proceeds from county excise tax on transfer of real property (original similar to H. B. No. 2785 and H. B. No. 4117) - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/17/12 - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 3/5/12

 

     *527.        By Sen. Williams and Miller - Relating to general livestock trespass law - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/7/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/14/12 - Passed Senate 2/17/12 - To House 2/20/12 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/1/12

 

     *528.        By Sen. Snyder, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Palumbo, Browning, Laird, D. Facemire, Edgell, Miller, K. Facemyer, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Foster and Beach - Relating to scrap metal dealers and scrap metal - Introduced 2/7/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       529.         By Sen. Barnes - Relating to compliance credit requirements for use of alternative and renewable energy sources (original similar to H. B. No. 4641) - Introduced 2/7/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Economic Development

 

       530.         By Sen. K. Facemyer - Creating misdemeanor for child neglect creating bodily injury risk (original same as H. B. No. 4356) - Introduced 2/7/12 - To Judiciary

 

       531.         By Sen. Klempa, D. Facemire, Jenkins, Yost, Beach and Prezioso - Creating DMV registration plate for hearing impaired (original similar to H. B. No. 2941) - Introduced 2/7/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       532.         By Sen. Hall, K. Facemyer and Prezioso - Requiring voter present photo ID (original same as H. B. No. 4387 - similar to H. B. No. 3219) - Introduced 2/7/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       533.         By Sen. Barnes - Relating to senatorial candidate residency requirements - Introduced 2/7/12 - To Judiciary

 

       534.         By Sen. Browning, Foster, Klempa, Plymale and Beach - Creating WV Innovation Free-Trade Act of 2012 (original similar to H. B. No. 3040 and H. B. No. 4547) - Introduced 2/7/12 - To Economic Development then Finance

 

     *535.        By Sen. Stollings, Foster and Miller - Expanding certain prescriptive authority of medications for chronic diseases - Introduced 2/7/12 - To Health and Human Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Health and Human Resources - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *536.        By Sen. Snyder and Kirkendoll - Authorizing Auditor's land department accept credit, debit or charge card payments - Introduced 2/7/12 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/16/12 - Passed Senate 2/21/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/5/12 - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/15

 

       537.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Foster, Browning, Jenkins, Stollings, Klempa, Plymale and Chafin - Creating WV Sustainable Wealth Fund - Introduced 2/8/12 - To Economic Development then Finance

 

     *538.        By Sen. Plymale, Stollings, Jenkins and Foster - Relating to standards for registered family child care homes - Introduced 2/8/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - To Government Organization 2/22/12

 

       539.         By Sen. Browning, Unger, Foster, Stollings, Klempa, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale and Chafin - Relating generally to WV Tourism Development Act - Introduced 2/8/12 - To Economic Development then Finance - To Finance 2/15/12

 

       540.         By Sen. McCabe, Green and Barnes - Relating to subdivision land development plans or plats - Introduced 2/8/12 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/20/12 - To House 2/21/12 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/1/12

 

       541.         By Sen. Snyder, Laird, Jenkins and Klempa - Requiring US citizenship for concealed weapon licensure - Introduced 2/8/12 - To Judiciary

 

       542.         By Sen. Barnes and Beach - Relating to senatorial candidate residency requirements and certification - Introduced 2/8/12 - To Judiciary

 

       543.         By Sen. Laird, Browning, Miller, Green, Stollings and Chafin - Creating Prince Railroad Station Authority (original same as H. B. No. 4415) - Introduced 2/8/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 2/15/12

 

       544.         By Sen. D. Facemire, Klempa and Beach - Removing expiration date for certain diesel-powered motor vehicle idling restrictions - Introduced 2/8/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Passed Senate 2/23/12 - To House 2/24/12 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *545.        By Sen. Green - Relating to reemployment after retirement from PERS - Introduced 2/8/12 - To Pensions then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/21/12 - To Finance 2/21/12

 

       546.         By Sen. Browning, Snyder, Green, Miller, Beach, Laird, Klempa, Stollings, Foster and Wills - Relating to public school nurses (original same as H. B. No. 4570) - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Education then Finance

 

     *547.        By Sen. Wills, Klempa, Stollings and Kessler (Mr. President) - Relating to certain criminal conviction expungement (original similar to H. B. No. 2923) - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - Passed Senate 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Vetoed by Governor 4/3/12

 

       548.         By Sen. Stollings - Relating to confidentiality of adult protective services records (original similar to H. B. No. 4516) - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

       549.         By Sen. K. Facemyer, Stollings and Kessler (Mr. President) - Substituting community service for jail confinement for certain persons convicted of alcohol-related crimes - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Judiciary

 

       550.         By Sen. Barnes - Providing religious exemption for certain DMV registration information - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary then Finance

 

     *551.        By Sen. Snyder - Providing limitation exception for certain mortgage modification or refinancing loans - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Banking and Insurance - Com. sub. reported 2/21/12 - Passed Senate 2/24/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/27/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *552.        By Sen. Plymale, Browning, Jenkins and Foster - Creating WV Land Stewardship Corporation Act - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Economic Development then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/20/12 - To Judiciary 2/20/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/5/12

 

       553.         By Sen. Laird, Stollings and Kessler (Mr. President) - Providing personal income tax deduction for spaying or neutering - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Finance

 

       554.         By Sen. Hall, McCabe, Wells, Palumbo, Stollings and Foster - Relating to write-in voting when using electronic voting systems (original same as H. B. No. 4302 - similar to H. B. No. 4526) - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate with amended title 2/20/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/21/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *555.        By Sen. Laird, Williams, Browning, Palumbo, Snyder, Miller, K. Facemyer, Wills, Green, Stollings, Plymale, Jenkins, Unger and Foster - Providing contractor exception to sales and use tax exemption for certain nonprofit youth organization - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/17/12 - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/22/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/8/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/21/12

 

       556.         By Sen. D. Facemire, Laird and Hall - Finding and declaring certain claims against state (original same as H. B. No. 4398) - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Finance

 

       557.         By Sen. Foster, Edgell, D. Facemire, Chafin and Klempa - Authorizing Office of Healthy Lifestyles establish WV Winner program (original same as H. B. No. 4423) - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

       558.         By Sen. Sypolt, Barnes, Boley, Green, Kirkendoll, Nohe and K. Facemyer - Eliminating requirement county boards of education input harassment, intimidation or bullying data into WVEIS - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Education then Judiciary

 

       559.         By Sen. Foster, Jenkins, Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale and Klempa - Relating to rebuttable presumption for firefighters' disability and death benefits for certain cancers (original similar to H. B. No. 2006 and H. B. No. 4535) - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Judiciary

 

       560.         By Sen. Foster, Edgell and Wells - Relating to practice of psychology - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

 

       561.         By Sen. Edgell, Wills, D. Facemire, Browning, Helmick, Fanning, Miller, Laird, Tucker and Williams - Prohibiting fractional retail pricing of gasoline (original same as H. B. No. 2373) - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

     *562.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Beach, D. Facemire, Fanning, Hall, Helmick, Prezioso, Plymale and Klempa - Establishing DEP procedure for biologic component compliance of narrative water quality standard (original same as H. B. No. 4518) - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/16/12 - To Judiciary 2/16/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment with amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/10/12 - Passed House 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *563.        By Sen. Prezioso, Snyder and Beach - Clarifying Chief Technology Officer's responsibility prior to transfer or retirement of certain equipment (original same as H. B. No. 4421) - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/16/12 - Passed Senate 2/21/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *564.        By Sen. Prezioso, Snyder, Chafin, Plymale, Barnes and Beach - Creating Aviation Fund and Fleet Management Office Fund (original same as H. B. No. 4418) - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/16/12 - To Finance 2/16/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/21/12 - Passed Senate 2/24/12 - To House 2/27/12 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 2/29/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - Senate concurred in House changed effective date 3/1/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/6/12 - Approved by Governor 3/12/12

 

       565.         By Sen. Unger, Jenkins, Kessler (Mr. President), Chafin, Beach, Williams and Klempa - Allowing National Guard firefighters continue as civilian Air National Guard firefighters - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Military

 

     *566.        By Sen. Wills and Foster - Authorizing Corrections Commissioner contract with nonprofit or charitable entities for placement of persons under custody - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/21/12 - Passed Senate 2/24/12 - To House 2/27/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       567.         By Sen. Yost and Klempa - Relating to meeting and conference rights of police or fire departments' members (original same as H. B. No. 2341 - similar to H. B. No. 2085) - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Labor then Judiciary

 

     *568.        By Sen. Plymale, Jenkins, Foster, Unger, Prezioso, Barnes, Tucker and Stollings - Relating to college and career readiness initiative - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 2/17/12 - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Education then Finance

 

       569.         By Sen. Boley, Sypolt and Barnes - Requiring drawing by lot for national convention delegate candidates - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Judiciary

 

       570.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Prezioso and Plymale - Requiring DEP maintain Office of Internal Auditing (original same as H. B. No. 4049) - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       571.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa, Kirkendoll, Tucker, Williams, Stollings, Yost, Edgell, Palumbo, Wells, Foster and Beach - Licensing wine sales at professional baseball stadiums (original same as H. B. No. 4376) - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *572.        By Sen. Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President), Tucker, Foster, Williams and Klempa - Replacing "advanced nurse practitioner" with "advanced practice registered nurse" (original similar to H. B. No. 4543) - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Health and Human Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - Passed Senate 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/8/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment with amendment and passed bill 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/10/12 - Passed House 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       573.         By Sen. Prezioso - Providing Higher Education Policy Commission license barber and cosmetology schools and instructors - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Education then Government Organization

 

       574.         By Sen. Snyder and Klempa - Requiring certain insurance companies participate in Bureau for Child Support Enforcement information data match (original same as H. B. No. 4524) - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

       575.         By Sen. Foster - Repealing code related to prior disability under Emergency Medical Services Retirement System - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Pensions - Passed Senate 2/24/12 - To House 2/27/12 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *576.        By Sen. Beach, Edgell and Williams - Changing school personnel termination, resignation, retirement, transfer and rehiring deadlines (original same as H. B. No. 4545 - similar to H. B. No. 4583) - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - Recommitted to Education on 3rd reading 3/1/12

 

       577.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Hall, Boley, Edgell and Nohe - Adding additional circuit court judge (original similar to H. B. No. 4408 and H. B. No. 4458) - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Finance 2/21/12

 

       578.         By Sen. Stollings and Foster - Authorizing statewide modified mental hygiene procedures program (original same as H. B. No. 4424) - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Judiciary

 

       579.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Beach, D. Facemire, Palumbo, Helmick, Hall, Foster and Browning - Increasing special reclamation tax on clean coal mined (original same as H. B. No. 4519) - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance - To Finance 2/16/12 - Passed Senate with amended title 2/27/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To House 2/28/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/8/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/9/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       580.         By Sen. Snyder - Restructuring former inmate's child support payments (original same as H. B. No. 4521) - Introduced 2/14/12 - To Judiciary

 

       581.         By Sen. Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale, Prezioso, Hall, Boley, Laird, Foster, Palumbo and Jenkins - Creating Provider Sponsored Network Act (original same as H. B. No. 4438) - Introduced 2/14/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

       582.         By Sen. Unger and Klempa - Collecting unpaid magistrate court charges through income tax refund withholding - Introduced 2/14/12 - To Judiciary

 

       583.         By Sen. Foster and Klempa - Defining "advanced practice registered nurse" (original same as H. B. No. 4543) - Introduced 2/14/12 - To Health and Human Resources

 

       584.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale, Snyder, Browning, Edgell, Stollings, D. Facemire, Prezioso, Unger, Kirkendoll, Foster, Yost, Klempa and Chafin - Authorizing PSC issue consumer rate relief bonds for recovery of electric utilities' expanded net energy costs (original same as H. B. No. 4530) - Introduced 2/14/12 - To Judiciary

 

       585.         By Sen. Stollings and Snyder - Increasing opportunities for WV accredited thoroughbred racehorses (original similar to H. B. No. 4529 and H. B. No. 4600) - Introduced 2/14/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       586.         By Sen. Prezioso, Foster and Stollings - Increasing excise tax on cigarettes and tobacco products - Introduced 2/14/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

       587.         By Sen. Foster - Relating to disposition of a deceased person's body (original similar to H. B. No. 4118) - Introduced 2/14/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

     *588.        By Sen. Palumbo, Stollings, Plymale, Jenkins and Barnes - Relating to Wholesale Drug Distribution Licensing Act of 1991 (original same as H. B. No. 4514) - Introduced 2/14/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/22/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - Reference dispensed - Read 1st to Finance 2/29/12 - Amended - Passed House 3/9/12 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2012 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       589.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Prezioso - Creating Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (original same as H. B. No. 4414) - Introduced 2/14/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

       590.         By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Klempa and Stollings - Including adoptee's adult siblings in mutual consent voluntary adoption registry (original same as H. B. No. 4546) - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Judiciary

 

       591.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Browning, Palumbo, Klempa, Plymale and Stollings - Imposing penalty on fraudulently obtained unemployment compensation benefits (original same as H. B. No. 4549) - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Labor then Judiciary

 

       592.         By Sen. Unger, Klempa, Foster and Stollings - Requiring certain public construction projects comply with International Energy Conservation Code - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Government Organization

 

       593.         By Sen. Unger, Jenkins and Klempa - Establishing Office of Child Advocacy (original similar to H. B. No. 2558) - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       594.         By Sen. Wills, Klempa and Foster - Authorizing WV Studies teachers attend conference during Sesquicentennial Celebration - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Education

 

       595.         By Sen. Tucker - Creating crossbow hunting license - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Natural Resources then Finance

 

       596.         By Sen. Palumbo, Jenkins, Beach and Klempa - Prohibiting child erotica - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *597.        By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, D. Facemire, Edgell, Snyder, Unger, Browning, Beach, Klempa, Foster and Stollings - Requiring installation of carbon monoxide detectors in certain public facilities (original similar to H. B. No. 4434) - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/10/12 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12 - To conference 3/10/12 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       598.         By Sen. Barnes, Tucker and Wills - Requiring administrative claim prior to third-party bad faith actions - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *599.        By Sen. Jenkins and Plymale - Relating to insurance claims for automobile glass replacement or repair services (original same as H. B. No. 4560) - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Banking and Insurance - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

       600.         By Sen. Palumbo - Increasing number of State Police principal supervisors (original same as H. B. No. 4626) - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/23/12

 

       601.         By Sen. Foster, Beach and Klempa - Relating to jury service of breast-feeding women - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Judiciary

 

       602.         By Sen. Laird, Miller and Klempa - Relating to state agency administrative hearing examiner selection (original similar to H. B. No. 2815) - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       603.         By Sen. Wells, Yost, Barnes, Edgell, Green, Boley, Jenkins, Laird, Williams, Unger and Klempa - Establishing entity for operation of morale, welfare and recreation military facilities (original same as H. B. No. 4551) - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Military - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       604.         By Sen. Unger and Klempa - Authorizing State Fire Commission propose legislative rules relating to green plumbing and mechanical systems design and construction standards - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Government Organization

 

       605.         By Sen. Wells, Yost, Barnes, Edgell, Green, Boley, Jenkins, Laird, Williams, Klempa and Plymale - Limiting landowners' liability for military, law-enforcement or homeland-defense training purposes (original same as H. B. No. 4453) - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       606.         By Sen. Palumbo, Unger, Jenkins, Klempa and Foster - Relating to property forfeiture related to child pornography arrests and computer crimes (original similar to H. B. No. 4407) - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       607.         By Sen. Barnes and Tucker - Requiring notice prior to third-party bad faith actions - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *608.        By Sen. Browning, Kessler (Mr. President) and Klempa - Authorizing use of search warrant to draw blood from DUI suspect - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/27/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary

 

       609.         By Sen. Unger, Minard, D. Facemire, Stollings, Klempa and Foster - Establishing complete streets policy - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization

 

       610.         By Sen. Barnes, Hall and Sypolt - Relating to public schools and school districts - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Education then Finance

 

     *611.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Minard, Browning, Stollings, Klempa, Foster and Unger - Developing special community-based pilot demonstration project to improve at-risk youth outcomes - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       612.         By Sen. Chafin - Removing "equitably entitled" recipients from damage award distributions in wrongful death actions - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Judiciary

 

       613.         By Sen. Beach - Creating rental vehicle license cost recovery fee (original similar to H. B. No. 4611) - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       614.         By Sen. Jenkins - Relating to auto liability insurance nonrenewal for failure of consideration - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

     *615.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Hall, Wells and Stollings - Conforming WV Water Pollution Control Act with federal Clean Water Act - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/22/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       616.         By Sen. Stollings and Foster - Updating code regarding medical imaging and radiation therapy practice (original similar to H. B. No. 2929) - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Government Organization

 

       617.         By Sen. Klempa and Yost - Increasing State Fire Commission membership - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

     *618.        By Sen. Snyder, Beach and Browning - Relating to certain payments to governmental units - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/3/12

 

       619.         By Sen. Prezioso and Minard - Relating to annual business fees and reports due Secretary of State (original same as H. B. No. 4595) - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Finance 2/23/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To House 2/29/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2012 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       620.         By Sen. D. Facemire, Snyder and Minard - Permitting Harrison County Commission levy special district excise tax (original same as H. B. No. 4567) - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 2/22/12

 

     *621.        By Sen. Unger - Requiring DOH concur major subdivisions or land developments provide sufficient access - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Roads and Transportation then Government Organization - To House Government Organization - Amended - Passed House 3/7/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

       622.         By Sen. Plymale - Facilitating certain TDCRS payment to certain employer fund - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Pensions then Finance - To Finance 2/21/12

 

     *623.        By Sen. Sypolt - Authorizing PSC promulgate rules establishing capacity improvement fee requirements - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/23/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Vetoed by Governor 4/3/12

 

     *624.        By Sen. Browning, Unger, McCabe, Williams, Klempa and Stollings - Relating generally to use of alternative-fuel motor vehicles (original same as H. B. No. 4629) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Economic Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - To Finance 2/22/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/27/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Finance

 

       625.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Boley, Edgell, Hall, Jenkins, Klempa, McCabe, Plymale, Yost, Browning and Foster - Reducing capital improvement original cost and new investment cost requirements for qualified capital additions to manufacturing facilities (original same as H. B. No. 4537) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Economic Development then Finance - To Finance 2/22/12

 

       626.         By Sen. McCabe and Foster - Exempting certain employers from discriminating against tobacco users - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

     *627.        By Sen. Snyder, D. Facemire, Edgell, Browning, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Miller, Barnes, Klempa, Green and Plymale - Increasing salaries of certain State Police forensic lab employees and certain civilian employees (original similar to H. B. No. 4614) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/23/12

 

     *628.        By Sen. Unger, Snyder, Hall, Browning, Kessler (Mr. President) and Klempa - Allowing fund-raising for state executive party headquarters - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amendments pending - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       629.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Unger, Browning and Klempa - Creating Class II residential property improvements tax credit - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Finance

 

       630.         By Sen. Plymale, McCabe, Browning, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Miller, Tucker and Stollings - Directing Commissioner of Highways study alternative revenue sources for funding roads and highways - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization

 

       631.         By Sen. Beach, Kessler (Mr. President) and Williams - Permitting Monongalia County Commission levy special district excise tax - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       632.         By Sen. Prezioso, McCabe, Klempa and Plymale - Requiring State Register and Code of State Rules filings be available in electronic format (original same as H. B. No. 4586) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       633.         By Sen. Wells, Yost, Barnes, Edgell, Green, Boley, Jenkins, Laird, Williams, McCabe, Klempa and Plymale - Authorizing National Guard participate in federal asset forfeiture and sharing program (original same as H. B. No. 4601) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Military then Judiciary

 

     *634.        By Sen. Foster - Authorizing certain municipalities impose limited special public safety assessment fee - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Pensions then Government Organization - 2nd reference dispensed - Referred to Finance 2/21/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/27/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Vetoed by Governor 4/3/12

 

     *635.        By Sen. Beach, Browning, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Williams, Stollings and Plymale - Relating generally to broadband middle mile infrastructure (original same as H. B. No. 4613) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Economic Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/27/12 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/27/12

 

       636.         By Sen. Snyder and Palumbo - Relating to child and spousal support obligations' procedures for writs of execution, suggestions and suggestee executions (original same as H. B. No. 4515) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Judiciary

 

       637.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger and Klempa - Relating to maintenance of voter registration lists and records (original same as H. B. No. 4452) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary

 

       638.         By Sen. Snyder - Expanding family court judges' authority in civil contempt cases (original same as H. B. No. 4522) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Judiciary

 

       639.         By Sen. Snyder, Palumbo, Foster and Klempa - Requiring independent contractor payments be reported to Bureau for Child Support Enforcement (original same as H. B. No. 4523) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Judiciary

 

       640.         By Sen. Unger and Foster - Prohibiting coin-pusher machines - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Judiciary

 

       641.         By Sen. Plymale - Relating generally to public education service personnel - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Education then Finance

 

       642.         By Sen. Stollings and Foster - Relating to sexually transmitted disease treatment - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Health and Human Resources

 

     *643.        By Sen. Palumbo - Revising administrative forfeiture procedures for certain property involved in controlled substances trafficking - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/27/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary

 

       644.         By Sen. Prezioso - Providing reinstatement procedures for foreign profit and nonprofit corporations (original same as H. B. No. 4607) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       645.         By Sen. Nohe - Authorizing DEP propose legislative rules granting counties and municipalities certain litter disposal exemptions - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       646.         By Sen. Laird, Plymale, Foster, Miller and Stollings - Requiring State Board of Education study GED issues - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Education - Passed Senate 2/27/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/28/12 - To Education - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/8/12 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/9/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 4/3/12

 

     *647.        By Sen. Jenkins, Foster, Barnes, Stollings and Green - Providing Boards of Medicine, Dental Examiners and Osteopathy initiate disciplinary proceedings related to controlled substance monitoring program data - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/2/12

 

       648.         By Sen. Tucker, Barnes and Plymale - Providing lenders with security interest procedure to prevent collateral insurance policy lapse - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Banking and Insurance

 

     *649.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Browning, Edgell, Klempa and Beach - Relating to nonintoxicating beer distributor licensees (original same as H. B. No. 4602) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 3/8/12

 

       650.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation from General Revenue to DHHR, Division of Human Services - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/27/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/28/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/8/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

       651.         By Sen. Tucker, Laird and Miller - Requiring DOH construct Lou Tabit Freeway between Chelyan and Montgomery - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       652.         By Sen. Plymale, Browning, Jenkins and Stollings - Relating to comprehensive agreements for public-private transportation facilities - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       653.         By Sen. McCabe, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Beach and Stollings - Creating WV Innovation and Development Act - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Economic Development then Government Organization - 2nd reference dispensed - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/27/12

 

       654.         By Sen. D. Facemire - Creating coal severance tax credit - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance

 

       655.         By Sen. Snyder - Allowing licensure of certain veterinarians by endorsement (original same as H. B. No. 4574) - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Agriculture then Government Organization - To Government Organization 2/22/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/12 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/8/12

 

     *656.        By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Kirkendoll, Laird and Jenkins - Requiring direct health care providers wear identification badges - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Health and Human Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - Passed Senate 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Health and Human Resources

 

       657.         By Sen. Wills, Foster, Kessler (Mr. President), Miller and Klempa - Establishing Fund for Civil Legal Services for Low-Income Persons (original same as H. B. No. 4581) - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       658.         By Sen. McCabe, Hall, Foster, Boley, Helmick, Fanning, Green, K. Facemyer, Barnes, Nohe and Jenkins - Creating Energy Intensive Industrial Consumers Revitalization Tax Credit Act (original same as H. B. No. 4632) - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Economic Development then Finance

 

     *659.        By Sen. Unger - Requiring criminal background checks for certain employees of state service providers - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       660.         By Sen. Yost and Klempa - Relating to charitable organizations' audit requirements - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

     *661.        By Sen. Plymale, Browning and Stollings - Authorizing Workforce WV provide data to certain governmental entities - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/29/12 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2012 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       662.         By Sen. Unger, Jenkins and Stollings - Creating Dyslexia Screening and Intervention Pilot Project and Dyslexia Teacher Training Pilot Program - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Education

 

       663.         By Sen. Tucker and Helmick - Providing resident tuition rates for WV institution graduates' children - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Education then Finance

 

       664.         By Sen. Helmick, Tucker and Barnes - Authorizing limited gaming facility at rural resort community (original same as H. B. No. 4633) - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       665.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Klempa - Requiring presentence reports consider financial costs - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Judiciary

 

       666.         By Sen. D. Facemire, Snyder, Edgell, Yost, Green, Klempa, Williams, Browning, Jenkins and Miller - Increasing salaries of State Police criminalists and civilian employees (original same as H. B. No. 4614) - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

     *667.        By Sen. Stollings, Foster and Jenkins - Updating WV schedules of controlled substances - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - To Judiciary 2/22/12

 

       668.         By Sen. Beach and Williams - Relating to state employee leave donation program - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       669.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to various accounts (original similar to H. B. No. 4652) - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Finance

 

       670.         By Sen. Plymale - Allowing consulting engineer preparing highway design-build pilot program development products participate in project construction - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       671.         By Sen. Williams, Barnes and Tucker - Imposing consumers sales tax on utility terrain vehicles; exemption (original similar to H. B. No. 4528) - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Agriculture then Transportation and Infrastructure - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/22/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Finance

 

       672.         By Sen. Stollings, Miller, Beach, Williams, Browning, Foster, Hall, K. Facemyer and Barnes - Clarifying limitations for nursing home actions identical to other medical professional liability actions - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Judiciary

 

       673.         By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Chafin, Edgell, Green, Helmick, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Plymale, Stollings, Unger, Wells, Yost, Boley, Hall and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Expiring funds from MAPS, Office of the Secretary, and making supplementary appropriation to MAPS, Division of Corrections, Correctional Units - Introduced 2/21/12 - Passed Senate 2/24/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/27/12 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 3/8/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

       674.         By Sen. Browning, Klempa, McCabe, Stollings and Wells (Originating in Senate Economic Development) - Relating generally to jobs investment trust - Introduced 2/22/12 - Referred to Finance 2/22/12

 

       675.         By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Browning, Fanning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Minard, Snyder, Unger, Williams and Barnes (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Creating transfer on death deed - Introduced 2/28/12 - Amended - Rejected by Senate 2/29/12

 

       676.         By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Chafin, Edgell, Green, Helmick, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Plymale, Stollings, Unger, Wells, Yost, Boley, Hall and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Extending grant funding application date for Chesapeake Bay watershed compliance projects - Introduced 2/27/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amendments pending - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 3/8/12 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/9/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/19/12

 

       677.         By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Chafin, Edgell, Green, Helmick, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Plymale, Stollings, Unger, Wells, Yost, Boley, Hall and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Expiring funds from DHHR, Medicaid Fraud Control Fund, and making supplementary appropriation to DHHR, Division of Human Services - Introduced 3/5/12 - Passed Senate 3/7/12 - Effective from passage - To House 3/7/12 - To Finance - Read 1st time 3/8/12 - Passed House 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/21/12 - Approved by Governor 3/21/12

 

       678.         By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Chafin, Edgell, Green, Helmick, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Plymale, Stollings, Unger, Wells, Yost, Boley, Hall and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Making supplementary appropriations from State Fund, General Revenue, to various accounts - Introduced 3/5/12 - Passed Senate 3/7/12 - Effective from passage - To House 3/7/12 - To Finance - Read 1st time 3/8/12 - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - House reconsidered effective date - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/21/12 - Approved by Governor 3/21/12


ALL SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS OFFERED

 

           1.         By Sen. Minard, Jenkins, Williams and Unger - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Homestead Exemption Increase Amendment (original similar to H. J. R. No. 11, H. J. R. No. 13, H. J. R. No. 17, H. J. R. No. 31, H. J. R. No. 33, H. J. R. No. 39, H. J. R. No. 4 and H. J. R. No. 9) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

           2.         By Sen. Sypolt - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Marriage Protection Amendment (original similar to H. J. R. No. 14 and H. J. R. No. 18) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

           3.         By Sen. Sypolt - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Homestead Exemption Increase Amendment (original similar to H. J. R. No. 11, H. J. R. No. 13, H. J. R. No. 17, H. J. R. No. 31, H. J. R. No. 33, H. J. R. No. 39, H. J. R. No. 4 and H. J. R. No. 9) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

           4.         By Sen. Sypolt - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Initiative, Referendum and Recall Amendment (original same as H. J. R. No. 27) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

           5.         By Sen. Sypolt - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Veto Session Amendment (original same as H. J. R. No. 7) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

           6.         By Sen. Snyder, Miller and Unger - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Homestead Exemption Calculation Amendment (original similar to H. J. R. No. 21) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

           7.         By Sen. Wills, Beach, Kirkendoll, Klempa, McCabe, Minard, Palumbo, Tucker, K. Facemyer, Nohe, Foster, Miller and Plymale - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Office of Lieutenant Governor Amendment (original same as H. J. R. No. 108 - similar to H. J. R. No. 32) - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

           8.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Office of Lieutenant Governor Amendment (original similar to H. J. R. No. 103, H. J. R. No. 106 and H. J. R. No. 32) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         *9.        By Sen. Laird, Browning, Williams, Wills, Snyder, Miller, K. Facemyer, Palumbo, Green, Chafin, Plymale, Jenkins and Foster - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Boy Scouts and Other Nonprofit Youth Organization Tax Exemption Support Amendment - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/17/12 - To Finance 2/17/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Constitutional Revision then Finance

 

         10.         By Sen. Snyder, Unger and Browning - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Four-Year Term for State Board of Education Members Amendment - Introduced 2/14/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         11.         By Sen. Beach, Klempa, Hall, Browning, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger and Williams - Proposing constitutional amendment designated WV Highways Construction Jobs Amendment - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Judiciary then Finance


ALL SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS OFFERED

 

           1.         By Sen. Chafin, Beach, Klempa and Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge in Mingo County "Brittany Nicole Dentro Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/11/12 - Adopted by Senate 1/19/12 - To House 1/20/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 1/20/12 - Unfinished Business, House Calendar - Adopted by House 2/1/12

 

         *2.        By Sen. Beach, Klempa and Unger - Requesting DOH name bridge in Monongalia County "Colonel Zackquill Morgan Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/11/12 - Com. sub. reported 1/18/12 - Adopted by Senate 1/19/12 - To House 1/20/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 1/20/12 - Unfinished Business, House Calendar - Adopted by House 2/1/12

 

           3.         By Sen. Wells, Yost, Edgell, D. Facemire, Helmick, Sypolt, Jenkins, Browning, Kirkendoll, Wills, Klempa and Stollings - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance continue studying issues facing veterans - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Military then Rules - To Rules 1/23/12

 

           4.         By Sen. Miller, Foster, Helmick, Plymale, Hall, Laird, Jenkins, Klempa and Stollings - Supporting recommendations of WV Partnership for Elder Living's Make a Plan for Alzheimer's Final Report and Recommendations - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Health and Human Resources 1/13/12

 

           5.         By Sen. Browning, Wills, Edgell, Foster, Plymale, Stollings, Tucker, Unger, Wells, Boley and Klempa - Encouraging cooperation in implementing Ten Elements of High Quality Digital Learning - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Education 1/18/12

 

           6.         By Sen. Browning, Wills, Edgell, Foster, Plymale, Stollings, Tucker, Unger, Wells, Boley, Beach, Klempa and Williams - Encouraging cooperation in implementing Career and Technical Education College and Career Readiness Initiative - Introduced 1/17/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/8/12 - To House 3/9/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/12

 

           7.         By Sen. Beach, Palumbo, Foster and Klempa - Requesting DOH name bridge in Clendenin, Kanawha County, "Smith Brothers Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/17/12 - Adopted by Senate 1/24/12 - To House 1/25/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 1/25/12 - Unfinished Business, House Calendar - Adopted by House 2/1/12

 

           8.         By Sen. Yost, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Klempa, Miller, Beach, Edgell and Laird - Requesting DOH name bridge at Wellsburg "Bernie Kazienko Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/20/12 - Adopted by Senate 1/31/12 - To House 2/1/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/1/12

 

           9.         By Sen. Wills, Kirkendoll, Klempa, McCabe, Minard, Palumbo, Tucker, Williams, K. Facemyer, Nohe, Foster and Plymale - Amending Joint Rule 5a relating to introduction and filing of proposed legislative rules - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Rules 1/24/12

 

         10.         By Sen. Chafin and Beach - Requesting DOH name bridge in Breeden, Mingo County, "Jacob & Ellen Vance Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/24/12 - Adopted by Senate 1/31/12 - To House 2/1/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/1/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 2/27/12

 

         11.         By Sen. Hall - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study transportation of excess animal population outside WV - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Natural Resources then Rules - To Natural Resources 1/25/12

 

         12.         By Sen. Barnes, Helmick, Tucker, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President) and Klempa - Requesting DOH name bridge in Cassity, Randolph County, "Major Arnold James Zirkle Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/25/12 - Adopted by Senate 1/31/12 - To House 2/1/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/1/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 2/10/12

 

         13.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Kirkendoll, Klempa and Beach - Requesting DOH name portion of Lincoln County Rt. 8 "Platoon Sergeant John C. Fitzwater Memorial Road" - Introduced 1/25/12 - Adopted by Senate 1/31/12 - To House 2/1/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/1/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 2/27/12

 

         14.         By Sen. Tucker, Barnes, Helmick, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa and Beach - Requesting DOH name bridge in Nicholas County "Lee Tucker Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/25/12 - Adopted by Senate 1/31/12 - To House 2/1/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/1/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 2/27/12

 

         15.         By Sen. Laird, Miller, Wills, Unger, Klempa and Beach - Requesting DOH name portion of US Rt. 60 in Rainelle, Greenbrier County, "Major Jackie Willard Sanford Street" - Introduced 1/26/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/2/12 - To House 2/3/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/3/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 2/17/12

 

       *16.        By Sen. Edgell, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Prezioso, Klempa and Beach - Requesting DOH name bridge in Wetzel County "Ralph Ice Bridge" - Introduced 1/26/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/23/12 - To House 2/24/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/24/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 2/28/12

 

         17.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Klempa, Beach and Wills - Requesting DOH name bridge in Boone County "Fred York Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/27/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/14/12 - To House 2/15/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/15/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 2/21/12

 

         18.         By Sen. Stollings, Wells, Foster, Jenkins, Klempa and Miller - Requesting Workforce WV name Wayne County building "Rosie the Riveter Building" - Introduced 1/30/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 1/31/12

 

       *19.        By Sen. Edgell, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Klempa and Beach - Requesting DOH name bridge in Wetzel County "Lt. Howard R. 'Bob' Crothers Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/30/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/14/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/14/12 - To House 2/15/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/15/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 2/22/12

 

         20.         By Sen. Chafin, Beach and Klempa - Requesting DOH name portion of Wayne County Rt. 35 "Crum Brothers Memorial Highway" - Introduced 1/31/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/14/12 - To House 2/15/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/15/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 2/28/12

 

         21.         By Sen. Fanning, Klempa, Beach, Browning and Chafin - Requesting DOH name bridge in McDowell County "Adam Bailey Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/31/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/14/12 - To House 2/15/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/15/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 2/27/12

 

         22.         By Sen. Stollings, Williams, Yost and Klempa - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study involuntary commitment process - Introduced 2/1/12 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Judiciary 2/2/12

 

         23.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Browning, Klempa, Kirkendoll and Beach - Requesting DOH name bridge in Boone County "Sgt. Ollie McComas, Jr., Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/1/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/14/12 - To House 2/15/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/15/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 2/21/12

 

         24.         By Sen. Chafin, Stollings, Klempa, Wills and Beach - Requesting DOH name bridge in Mingo County "Reverend Arnold and Nell Mollette Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/1/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/14/12 - To House 2/15/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/15/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 2/27/12

 

       *25.        By Sen. K. Facemyer, Klempa and Beach - Requesting DOH name portion of Rt. 62 in Mason County "1SG Robert Nicholas Barton II Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/1/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/14/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/14/12 - To House 2/15/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/15/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 2/27/12

 

         26.         By Sen. Sypolt - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study drug safety program - Introduced 2/7/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - To Health and Human Resources 2/8/12

 

         27.         By Sen. Snyder, Miller, Beach, Yost, Laird, Klempa, Stollings, Foster, Unger and Jenkins - Urging support for WV Buy American Act - Introduced 2/8/12 - To Labor 2/9/12

 

         28.         By Sen. Snyder, Klempa, Stollings, Foster and Beach - Requesting Secretary of Administration maintain historical display of Capitol construction - Introduced 2/8/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/16/12 - To House 2/17/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/17/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 3/9/12

 

         29.         By Sen. Chafin, Williams, Klempa, Stollings, Plymale, Unger and Wills - Requesting DOH name portion of Wayne County Rt. 41 "Perry Brothers Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/10/12

 

         30.         By Sen. Stollings, Klempa and Unger - Requesting DOH name portion of Rt. 85 in Boone County "BM2 Michael V. Dunlap and PFC Darrell E. Dunlap Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/22/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 3/1/12

 

         31.         By Sen. Stollings, Klempa, Plymale and Unger - Requesting DOH name portion of Logan County Rt. 10 "Terry Lee Vance II Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/22/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

         32.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Chafin and Beach - Requesting DOH name portion of Rt. 10 in Lincoln County "Jerry Lee Richards Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/10/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/22/12 - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

         33.         By Sen. Wells, Plymale, Beach, Browning, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Stollings, Barnes and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study public school health, nutrition and wellness programs - Introduced 2/10/12 - Referred to Rules 2/10/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/29/12

 

         34.         By Sen. Wells, McCabe, Foster, Palumbo and Klempa - Requesting DOH name I-64 bridge in Kanawha County "Second Lieutenant Theodore Remington Woo Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/12

 

         35.         By Sen. Prezioso, Edgell, Stollings, Hall, Laird, Miller, Chafin, Sypolt, Yost, Boley, Helmick, Green, Foster, Williams, Browning and Klempa - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study municipal property tax distribution - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Finance then Rules - To Rules 2/17/12 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/29/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

         36.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Chafin, Browning and Klempa - Requesting DOH name bridge in McDowell County "Corporal John A. Gero Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/13/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/22/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 3/1/12

 

         37.         By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Plymale, Unger, Edgell, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Helmick, Stollings, Miller, Hall, Boley and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study voluntary crop growing standards - Introduced 2/14/12 - Referred to Rules 2/14/12

 

       *38.        By Sen. Snyder and Klempa - Requesting Committee on Interstate Cooperation study revising Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Interstate Cooperation then Rules - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - To Rules 2/22/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/29/12

 

         39.         By Sen. Unger and Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge in Berkeley County "Dr. Max O. and Evelyn S. Oates Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/15/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/22/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

         40.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Chafin and Plymale - Requesting DOH name bridge in Wayne County "George William Brumfield Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/16/12

 

         41.         By Sen. Green, Beach and Browning - Requesting DOH name bridge in Raleigh County "Fire Captain Fred Burroughs Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/16/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/22/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

         42.         By Sen. Sypolt, Barnes, Hall, Boley, Nohe, K. Facemyer, Green, Jenkins, Klempa and Prezioso - Applying to Congress for Balanced Budget Amendment convention - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Judiciary 2/17/12

 

         43.         By Sen. Edgell, Kessler (Mr. President) and Unger - Requesting DOH name bridge in Roane County "Corder Bridge" - Introduced 2/17/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/28/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

         44.         By Sen. Beach, Unger, Williams, Kessler (Mr. President), Prezioso and Stollings - Requesting DOH name portion of I-79 in Monongalia County "Charles J. Whiston Interchange" - Introduced 2/20/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/28/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 3/7/12

 

         45.         By Sen. Beach, Unger, Williams, Kessler (Mr. President), Browning, Jenkins and Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge in Marion County "Nick Fantasia Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/21/12

 

         46.         By Sen. Snyder, D. Facemire and Jenkins - Urging creation of veteran's court - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Military then Judiciary - To Military 2/21/12

 

         47.         By Sen. Tucker, Barnes, Helmick, Stollings and Beach - Requesting DOH name portion of WV Rt. 129 in Nicholas County "St. Patrick Boulevard" - Introduced 2/21/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/28/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

         48.         By Sen. Sypolt - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study recoupment of law-enforcement investigative costs - Introduced 2/21/12 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Judiciary 2/22/12

 

         49.         By Sen. Browning, Beach and Stollings - Requesting DOH name Wyoming County Rt. 0061/07 "Private Floyd Cline Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/23/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/28/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Amended - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

         50.         By Sen. Beach, Stollings and Prezioso - Requesting DOH name bridge in Monongalia County "Lt. Col. Carroll Baxter Lilly Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/23/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/28/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 3/8/12

 

       *51.        By Sen. Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge in Man, Logan County, "Cox Joe Gollie Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/24/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/29/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/1/12 - To House 3/1/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/1/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

         52.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Plymale, Klempa and Foster - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study future legislation relating to natural gas reserve development and recovery - Introduced 2/24/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Rules - To Rules 3/1/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/8/12 - To House 3/9/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/12

 

         53.         By Sen. Snyder, Beach, Foster, Unger, Laird, Stollings and Kessler (Mr. President) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study drivers' license suspensions - Introduced 2/28/12 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         54.         By Sen. Klempa, D. Facemire, Kirkendoll, Tucker and Barnes (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study road usage fee collections - Introduced 2/28/12 - Referred to Rules 2/28/12

 

         55.         By Sen. Beach, Klempa, D. Facemire, Kirkendoll, Tucker and Barnes (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Public-Private Transportation Facilities Act modification - Introduced 2/28/12 - Referred to Rules 2/28/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/7/12 - To House 3/7/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/12

 

         56.         By Sen. Chafin and Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge in Mingo County "James A. Bowers, Sr., Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 3/1/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/12 - To House 3/5/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/5/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

         57.         By Sen. Plymale, Browning, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Wills, Boley and Wells (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study state's cooperative purchasing process - Introduced 3/2/12 - Referred to Rules 3/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/7/12 - To House 3/7/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

         58.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Foster, Kirkendoll, Miller, Palumbo, Tucker, Wills, Yost and Boley (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study practice of psychology - Introduced 3/2/12 - Referred to Rules 3/2/12

 

         59.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Foster, Kirkendoll, Miller, Palumbo, Yost and Boley (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study expedited partner therapy - Introduced 3/2/12 - Referred to Rules 3/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/7/12 - To House 3/7/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/12

 

         60.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Foster, Kirkendoll, Miller, Palumbo, Prezioso, Tucker, Wills, Yost and Boley (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study compilation of birth parents' nonidentifying social and medical histories prior to adoption - Introduced 3/2/12 - Referred to Rules 3/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/8/12 - To House 3/9/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/12

 

         61.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Foster, Kirkendoll, Miller, Palumbo, Prezioso, Tucker, Wills, Yost and Boley - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study employer hiring practices of prospective tobacco-using job candidates - Introduced 3/2/12 - Referred to Rules 3/2/12

 

         62.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Foster, Kirkendoll, Miller, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Tucker, Wills, Yost and Boley (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study licensure of sonographers - Introduced 3/2/12 - Referred to Rules 3/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/7/12 - To House 3/7/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/12

 

         63.         By Sen. Plymale, Foster, Jenkins, Edgell, Unger, Prezioso, Stollings and Kessler (Mr. President) - Supporting Federal Pell Grant Program - Introduced 3/5/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/8/12 - To House 3/9/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/12

 

         64.         By Sen. K. Facemyer - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Natural Resources Police - Introduced 3/5/12 - To Natural Resources then Rules - To Rules 3/7/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/8/12 - To House 3/9/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/12

 

         65.         By Sen. Laird, Browning, Green, Miller, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Stollings, Williams, Unger and Plymale - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Controlled Substance Monitoring Program database - Introduced 3/6/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules

 

         66.         By Sen. Unger, Stollings, Jenkins and Beach - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study dyslexia screening and intervention pilot project and teacher training pilot program - Introduced 3/6/12 - To Education then Rules

 

         67.         By Sen. Unger and Klempa - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study general revenue funding of community and technical colleges - Introduced 3/6/12 - To Education then Rules - To Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         68.         By Sen. Unger, Foster, Stollings, Klempa and Beach - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and finance study complete streets policy - Introduced 3/6/12 - To Government Organization then Rules - To Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         69.         By Sen. Unger and Foster - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study independent redistricting commission - Introduced 3/6/12 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         70.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Plymale and Klempa - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study access to hearing aid devices and accessories - Introduced 3/6/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - To Rules 3/6/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

         71.         By Sen. Foster, Jenkins, McCabe, Plymale, Hall and Nohe (Originating in Senate Pensions) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study new tier for PERS and TRS - Introduced 3/6/12 - Referred to Rules 3/6/12

 

         72.         By Sen. Foster, Jenkins, McCabe, Plymale, Hall and Nohe (Originating in Senate Pensions) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study PERS retroactive service credit purchase by legislative employees - Introduced 3/6/12 - Referred to Rules 3/6/12

 

         73.         By Sen. Foster, Jenkins, McCabe, Plymale, Hall and Nohe (Originating in Senate Pensions) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study military service credit in state retirement systems - Introduced 3/6/12 - Referred to Rules 3/6/12

 

         74.         By Sen. Foster, Jenkins, McCabe, Plymale, Hall and Nohe (Originating in Senate Pensions) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study reemployment restrictions of PERS retirees - Introduced 3/6/12 - Referred to Rules 3/6/12

 

         75.         By Sen. Foster, Jenkins, McCabe, Plymale, Hall and Nohe (Originating in Senate Pensions) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study solvency of municipal policemen's and firemen's pension and relief funds - Introduced 3/6/12 - Referred to Rules 3/6/12

 

         76.         By Sen. Barnes and Klempa - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study state governmental continuity - Introduced 3/7/12 - To Government Organization then Rules - To Rules 3/8/12

 

         77.         By Sen. Beach, Klempa, Fanning, Kirkendoll, Plymale, Tucker, Barnes and K. Facemyer (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting DOH name bridge in Mercer County "Christine West Bridge" - Introduced 3/7/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/7/12 - To House 3/7/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

         78.         By Sen. Fanning, Beach, Klempa, Kirkendoll, Plymale, Tucker, Barnes and K. Facemyer (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting DOH name bridge in McDowell County "PFC Walter T. Lester Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 3/7/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/7/12 - To House 3/7/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/12 - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

         79.         By Sen. Browning, Klempa, Hall, Stollings, Wells, McCabe, Prezioso, K. Facemyer and Kirkendoll (Originating in Senate Economic Development) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study tax credits - Introduced 3/7/12 - Referred to Rules 3/7/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/8/12 - To House 3/9/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/12

 

         80.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Foster, Kirkendoll, Miller, Wills and Tucker - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Medicaid Program - Introduced 3/7/12 - Referred to Rules 3/7/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/8/12 - To House 3/9/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/12

 

         81.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Foster and Kirkendoll (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study mandatory immunization exemptions - Introduced 3/7/12 - Referred to Rules 3/7/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

         82.         By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Plymale, Unger, Edgell, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Helmick, Stollings, Miller, Hall, Boley and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study creation of Fiscal and Policy Division - Introduced 3/7/12 - Referred to Rules 3/7/12

 

         83.         By Sen. Fanning, Beach, Klempa, Kirkendoll, Tucker and K. Facemyer (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting DOH name bridge in McDowell County, "Charles H. 'Charlie' Spencer Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 3/7/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/8/12 - To House 3/9/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/12 - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

         84.         By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Beach, Browning, Fanning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Barnes and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Religious Freedom Restoration Act - Introduced 3/7/12 - Referred to Rules 3/7/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/8/12 - To House 3/9/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/12

 

         85.         By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Beach, Browning, Fanning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Barnes and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study mandatory child support data matching program - Introduced 3/7/12 - Referred to Rules 3/7/12

 

         86.         By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Beach, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Minard, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Barnes, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study election candidate eligibility - Introduced 3/8/12 - Referred to Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         87.         By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Beach, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Minard, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Barnes, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study copper theft - Introduced 3/8/12 - Referred to Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         88.         By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Beach, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Minard, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Barnes, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study magistrate caseloads - Introduced 3/8/12 - Referred to Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         89.         By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Beach, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Minard, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Barnes, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study implementation of transfer on death deed - Introduced 3/8/12 - Referred to Rules 3/8/12

 

         90.         By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Beach, Browning, Chafin, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Minard, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Barnes, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study fundraising by elected officials - Introduced 3/8/12 - Referred to Rules 3/8/12

 

         91.         By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Beach, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Minard, Snyder, Williams, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study WV Freedom of Information Act - Introduced 3/8/12 - Referred to Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         92.         By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Beach, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Minard, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Barnes, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study mold remediation in residential rental properties - Introduced 3/8/12 - Referred to Rules 3/8/12

 

         93.         By Sen. Beach, Klempa and Foster - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study advanced practice nurse scope of practice - Introduced 3/9/12 - To Rules 3/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

         94.         By Sen. Beach and Klempa - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study use of private contractors by state - Introduced 3/9/12 - To Rules 3/9/12

 

         95.         By Sen. Plymale, Beach, Chafin, Edgell, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Wills and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study state's school harassment laws - Introduced 3/9/12 - Referred to Rules 3/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

         96.         By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Beach, Chafin, Edgell, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Wills and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Recognizing Deaf or Hard of Hearing Student's Bill of Rights - Introduced 3/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         97.         By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Beach, Chafin, Edgell, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Wills and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study student truancy - Introduced 3/9/12 - Referred to Rules 3/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

         98.         By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Beach, Chafin, Edgell, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Wills and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Education Efficiency Audit of WV's Primary and Secondary Education System - Introduced 3/9/12 - Referred to Rules 3/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

         99.         By Sen. Snyder, Miller, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, McCabe, Williams and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study State Conservation Committee's district supervisors - Introduced 3/9/12 - Referred to Rules 3/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

       100.         By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Plymale, Unger, Edgell, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Helmick, Stollings, Miller, Hall, Boley and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study copayments for therapy services - Introduced 3/9/12 - Referred to Rules 3/9/12

 

       101.         By Sen. Snyder, Miller, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, McCabe, Williams and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Infrastructure and Jobs Development Council - Introduced 3/10/12 - Referred to Rules 3/10/12

 

       102.         By Sen. Snyder, Miller, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, McCabe, Williams and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Fleet Management Office - Introduced 3/10/12 - Referred to Rules 3/10/12

 

       103.         By Sen. Snyder, Miller, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, McCabe, Williams and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Historical Preservation Office - Introduced 3/10/12 - Referred to Rules 3/10/12

 

       104.         By Sen. Snyder, Miller, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, McCabe, Williams and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study homestead exemption - Introduced 3/10/12 - Referred to Rules 3/10/12

 

       105.         By Sen. Snyder, Miller, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, McCabe, Williams and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study local government systems - Introduced 3/10/12 - Referred to Rules 3/10/12


ALL SENATE RESOLUTIONS OFFERED

 

           1.         By Sen. Unger - Raising committee to notify House Senate has assembled - Introduced 1/11/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/11/12

 

           2.         By Sen. Unger - Raising committee to notify Governor Legislature has assembled - Introduced 1/11/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/11/12

 

           3.         By Sen. Beach, Plymale, Unger, Jenkins, Browning, Klempa, Williams and Kessler (Mr. President) - Recognizing importance of highway system and urging its funding - Introduced 1/12/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/12/12

 

           4.         By Sen. Tucker, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Laird, Williams and Wills - Honoring Command Sergeant Major Roger C. Beverage - Introduced 1/17/12 - Adopted 1/23/12

 

           5.         By Sen. Foster, Palumbo, McCabe, Wells, Edgell, Klempa, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Laird, Miller, Jenkins, Beach and Stollings - Recognizing contributions of Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences - Introduced 1/17/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/17/12

 

           6.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Edgell, Foster, Prezioso, Browning, Jenkins, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Klempa, Yost, Williams and Plymale - Designating January 19, 2012, West Virginia Physical Activity Day - Introduced 1/19/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/19/12

 

           7.         By Sen. Snyder, Unger, Miller, Browning, Wills, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Fanning and D. Facemire - Opposing US Supreme Court's constitutional interpretation in Citizens United decision - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Judiciary 1/23/12

 

           8.         By Sen. Plymale, Jenkins, Chafin, Stollings, Kirkendoll, Wills, Fanning, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Foster and Beach - Congratulating Spring Valley volleyball team - Introduced 1/24/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/24/12

 

           9.         By Sen. Wills, Miller, Browning, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Foster, Beach, Plymale and Fanning - Congratulating Concord University baseball team - Introduced 1/24/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/24/12

 

         10.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Plymale, Jenkins, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Foster, Wills and Chafin - Congratulating Wayne County High School football team - Introduced 1/25/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/25/12

 

         11.         By Sen. Prezioso and Unger - Authorizing appointment of Senate employees - Introduced 1/25/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/25/12

 

         12.         By Sen. Klempa, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Prezioso, Plymale, Palumbo, Snyder, Green, Wills, Wells, Laird, Browning, Foster, McCabe, Minard, Yost, Fanning, Beach, Helmick, Jenkins, D. Facemire, Miller, Edgell, Chafin, Stollings, Kirkendoll, Hall, Boley, Barnes, Sypolt, Nohe, Williams and Tucker - Encouraging WV corporations endorse Marcellus Principles - Introduced 1/27/12 - Adopted 2/10/12

 

         13.         By Sen. Unger, Wells, Kessler (Mr. President) and Klempa - Recognizing Leadership Berkeley - Introduced 1/30/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/30/12

 

         14.         By Sen. Browning, Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa and Williams - Honoring Pineville Volunteer Fire Department - Introduced 1/30/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/30/12

 

         15.         By Sen. Yost, Wells, Browning, Klempa and Williams - Urging Governor appropriate funds for State Veterans Nursing Home in Beckley, Raleigh County - Introduced 1/30/12 - Adopted 2/7/12

 

         16.         By Sen. Yost, Wells, Browning, Unger, Williams, Chafin and Klempa - Urging Governor appropriate funds for veterans cemetery in southern WV - Introduced 1/31/12 - Adopted 2/14/12

 

         17.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Jenkins, Foster, Browning, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Klempa and Prezioso - Designating February 1, 2012, Community Action Day - Introduced 2/1/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/1/12

 

         18.         By Sen. Plymale, Unger, Jenkins, Foster, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Klempa, Kessler (Mr. President) and Prezioso - Designating February 1, 2012, Digital Learning Day - Introduced 2/1/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/1/12

 

         19.         By Sen. Foster, Unger, Jenkins, Browning, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Klempa, Kessler (Mr. President) and Prezioso - Designating February 1, 2012, Social Work Day - Introduced 2/1/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/1/12

 

         20.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Jenkins, Browning, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Klempa and Prezioso - Recognizing Society of Human Resource Management - Introduced 2/1/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/1/12

 

         21.         By Sen. Unger, Klempa, Chafin, Foster, Jenkins, Beach, Stollings, Laird and Browning - Expressing support for recycling - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Judiciary 2/3/12

 

         22.         By Sen. K. Facemyer - Recognizing Kelsey Zuspan - Introduced 2/3/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/3/12

 

         23.         By Sen. Laird, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Jenkins, Yost, Klempa, Foster, Plymale, Prezioso and Williams - Designating February 6, 2012, Corrections Day - Introduced 2/6/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/6/12

 

         24.         By Sen. K. Facemyer, Boley, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Jenkins, Foster, Prezioso, Laird, Miller, Klempa, Williams, Yost and Plymale - Designating February 7, 2012, Women's Day - Introduced 2/7/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/7/12

 

         25.         By Sen. Plymale, Jenkins, Foster, Unger, Browning, Kessler (Mr. President), Prezioso, Chafin, Williams, Laird, Stollings and Yost - Designating February 10, 2012, Higher Education Day - Introduced 2/10/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/10/12

 

         26.         By Sen. Laird, Unger, Plymale, Stollings and Yost - Recognizing professional loggers - Introduced 2/14/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/14/12

 

         27.         By Sen. Unger, Plymale, Yost and Stollings - Recognizing pregnancy care center volunteers and paid staff - Introduced 2/14/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/14/12

 

         28.         By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Browning, Prezioso, Yost, Plymale and Unger - Memorializing life of Dr. Mildred Mitchell-Bateman - Introduced 2/14/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/14/12

 

         29.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Jenkins, Browning, Kessler (Mr. President), Laird, Prezioso, Klempa and Chafin - Designating February 15, 2012, Nurses Unity Day - Introduced 2/15/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/15/12

 

         30.         By Sen. Palumbo, Kessler (Mr. President), Minard, Browning, Prezioso, Stollings, Klempa, Foster and Unger - Designating February 16, 2012, Generation West Virginia Day - Introduced 2/16/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/16/12

 

         31.         By Sen. Palumbo, Foster, McCabe, Wells, Kessler (Mr. President), Minard and Stollings - Recognizing Ryan Switzer - Introduced 2/16/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/16/12

 

         32.         By Sen. Wells, Foster, Unger, Williams, Kessler (Mr. President), Laird, Jenkins, Prezioso, Beach, Klempa and Stollings - Designating February 20, 2012, Veterans Visibility Day - Introduced 2/20/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/20/12

 

         33.         By Sen. Unger, Snyder, Kessler (Mr. President), Prezioso, Miller, Klempa and Stollings - Designating February 20, 2012, Jefferson County Day - Introduced 2/20/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/20/12

 

         34.         By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Prezioso, Klempa and Stollings - Recognizing Leadership Jefferson - Introduced 2/20/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/20/12

 

         35.         By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Prezioso, Miller, Klempa and Stollings - Recognizing Town of Shepherdstown - Introduced 2/20/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/20/12

 

         36.         By Sen. Beach, Prezioso, Williams, Sypolt, McCabe, Kessler (Mr. President), Foster, Browning, Laird, Stollings, Yost, Klempa, Chafin and Tucker - Designating February 21, 2012, WVU and WVU Extension Day - Introduced 2/21/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/21/12

 

         37.         By Sen. Wills, Miller, Kessler (Mr. President), Foster, Browning, Laird, Stollings, Yost, Klempa and Chafin - Congratulating Concord University Mountain Lions football team - Introduced 2/21/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/21/12

 

         38.         By Sen. Sypolt, Jenkins, Unger and Minard - Designating February 22, 2012, WV Home School Day - Introduced 2/22/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/22/12

 

         39.         By Sen. Plymale, Foster, Jenkins, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings, Chafin, Minard, Laird, Yost, Klempa and Prezioso - Designating February 22, 2012, WV Community and Technical College Board of Governors Association Day - Introduced 2/22/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/22/12

 

         40.         By Sen. Jenkins and Plymale - Urging US Army Corps of Engineers complete work at General Albert Gallatin Jenkins House - Introduced 2/23/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/23/12

 

         41.         By Sen. Unger, Plymale, Prezioso, Laird, Stollings, Klempa, Snyder and Kessler (Mr. President) - Congratulating Martinsburg High School football team - Introduced 2/23/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/23/12

 

         42.         Congratulating Ruth Ryan Lemmon - Introduced 2/23/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/23/12

 

         43.         By Sen. Stollings, Kirkendoll, Kessler (Mr. President), Barnes, Beach, Boley, Browning, Chafin, Edgell, D. Facemire, K. Facemyer, Fanning, Foster, Green, Hall, Helmick, Jenkins, Klempa, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Minard, Nohe, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Snyder, Sypolt, Tucker, Unger, Wells, Williams, Wills and Yost - Memorializing life of Lloyd George Jackson - Introduced 2/24/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/24/12

 

         44.         By Sen. Foster, Stollings, Minard, Laird, Chafin and Klempa - Recognizing WV Youth Symphony - Introduced 2/27/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/27/12

 

         45.         By Sen. Plymale, Jenkins, Foster, Tucker, Yost, Kessler (Mr. President), Prezioso, Chafin, Stollings, Klempa, Laird and Unger - Designating February 28, 2012, Marshall University Day - Introduced 2/28/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/28/12

 

         46.         By Sen. Browning, Foster, Chafin, Unger, Plymale, Stollings, Jenkins and Kessler (Mr. President) - Affirming sister-state relationship between WV and Taiwan Province, Republic of China - Introduced 2/29/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/29/12

 

         47.         By Sen. D. Facemire, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Prezioso, Klempa, Foster, Stollings and Jenkins - Designating March 1, 2012, Crime Victims Day - Introduced 3/1/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/1/12

 

         48.         By Sen. Hall, Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa, Laird, Prezioso, Foster, Stollings and Chafin - Designating September 26, 2012, Mesothelioma Awareness Day - Introduced 3/2/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/2/12

 

         49.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Yost, Klempa, Prezioso, Foster, Stollings and Chafin - Recognizing West Liberty University - Introduced 3/2/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/2/12

 

         50.         By Sen. Miller, Kessler (Mr. President), Beach, Klempa, Laird, Unger, Prezioso, Foster, Stollings and Chafin - Recognizing Gus R. Douglass - Introduced 3/2/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/2/12

 

         51.         By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Chafin, Jenkins, Prezioso, Klempa and Stollings - Designating March 6, 2012, Substance Abuse Prevention, Treatment and Awareness Day - Introduced 3/6/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/6/12

 

         52.         By Sen. Unger, Browning, Plymale, Laird, Williams, Yost, Klempa, Prezioso and Stollings - Recognizing Girl Scouts of United States of America - Introduced 3/7/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/7/12

 

         53.         By Sen. Sypolt, Plymale, Williams, Yost, Klempa, Prezioso and Stollings - Designating March 7, 2012, Preston County Day - Introduced 3/7/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/7/12

 

         54.         By Sen. Chafin, Edgell, Kessler (Mr. President), Barnes, Beach, Boley, Browning, Edgell, D. Facemire, K. Facemyer, Fanning, Foster, Green, Hall, Helmick, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Minard, Nohe, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Snyder, Stollings, Sypolt, Tucker, Unger, Wells, Williams, Wills and Yost - Recognizing Honorable John Pat Fanning - Introduced 3/7/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/7/12

 

         55.         By Sen. Palumbo, Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), Laird, Foster, Klempa, Wills, Stollings, Prezioso and Chafin - Designating March "American Red Cross Month" - Introduced 3/8/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/8/12

 

         56.         By Sen. McCabe, Foster, Wells, Palumbo, Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa, Chafin, Stollings and Unger - Recognizing Andy Ridenour and Linda McSparin - Introduced 3/8/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/8/12

 

         57.         By Sen. Chafin, Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa, Wills, Stollings and Prezioso - Congratulating Wayne County High School Career Technical Education programs - Introduced 3/8/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/8/12

 

         58.         By Sen. Tucker, Wells, Kessler (Mr. President), Williams, Plymale, Stollings and Klempa - Memorializing Michael Thomas Barrett - Introduced 3/9/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/9/12

 

         59.         By Sen. Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale, Williams, Prezioso, Unger, Foster, Jenkins and Klempa - Recognizing family physicians' service to Doc of the Day program - Introduced 3/9/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/9/12

 

         60.         By Sen. McCabe, Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), Williams, Klempa, Stollings, Foster, Prezioso and Unger - Commemorating 75th anniversary of Real Estate Commission - Introduced 3/9/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/9/12

 

         61.         By Sen. Hall, Kessler (Mr. President), Barnes, Beach, Boley, Browning, Chafin, Edgell, D. Facemire, Fanning, Foster, Green, Helmick, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Minard, Nohe, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Snyder, Stollings, Sypolt, Tucker, Unger, Wells, Williams, Wills and Yost - Recognizing Honorable Karen Facemyer - Introduced 3/11/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/10/12

 

         62.         By Sen. McCabe, Palumbo, Wells, Kessler (Mr. President), Barnes, Beach, Boley, Browning, Chafin, Edgell, D. Facemire, K. Facemyer, Fanning, Green, Hall, Helmick, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Laird, Miller, Minard, Nohe, Plymale, Prezioso, Snyder, Stollings, Sypolt, Tucker, Unger, Williams, Wills and Yost - Recognizing Honorable Dan Foster - Introduced 3/10/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/10/12

 

         63.         By Sen. Unger - Raising committee to notify House of Delegates Senate is ready to adjourn sine die - Introduced 3/16/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/16/12

 

         64.         By Sen. Unger - Raising committee to notify Governor Legislature is ready to adjourn sine die - Introduced 3/16/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/16/12


SENATE BILLS PASSED SENATE

AND COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE

 

         *4.        By Sen. Foster, Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa and Wells - Declaring child's right to nurse (original same as H. B. No. 4540) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/22/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/2/12

 

         *7.        By Sen. Stollings, Jenkins, Miller, Plymale, Foster, Klempa and Kirkendoll - Relating to administration of Naloxone in suspected drug overdoses - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/18/12 - To Judiciary 1/18/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 1/20/12 - Passed Senate 1/25/12 - To House 1/26/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/29/12

 

       *12.        By Sen. Browning, Chafin, Miller, D. Facemire and Beach - Authorizing operation of low-speed vehicles in municipalities (original same as H. B. No. 4448) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/18/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/17/12 - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/1/12

 

       *31.        By Sen. Beach and Klempa - Relating to voting precincts and standard receiving boards - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/27/12 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/1/12 - To House 2/2/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         54.         By Sen. Green, D. Facemire, Williams, Beach and Stollings - Relating to minors obtaining tattoos; parental consent - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/1/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/8/12 - To House 2/9/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/29/12

 

       *60.        By Sen. Miller and Unger - Creating felony for driving under influence and causing serious bodily injury (original similar to H. B. No. 2670 and H. B. No. 2803) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - To Judiciary 2/22/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/1/12

 

       *73.        By Sen. Foster, Klempa and Stollings - Regulating tanning facilities - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/3/12 - To Judiciary 2/3/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/15/12 - Passed Senate 2/21/12 - Effective July 1, 2013 - To House 2/22/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/29/12

 

       *96.        By Sen. Sypolt and Williams - Redefining basis for disqualification of prospective jurors (original similar to H. B. No. 3193) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/17/12 - Passed Senate 1/23/12 - To House 1/24/12 - To Judiciary

 

       129.         By Sen. Sypolt - Relating to descriptions of easements and rights-of-way - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 1/24/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To House 1/25/12 - To Judiciary

 

       137.         By Sen. Snyder and Unger - Relating to use of lottery funds by certain county boards of education - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Finance 1/31/12 - Passed Senate with amended title 2/21/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Finance

 

       139.         By Sen. Palumbo and Foster - Making failure to wear safety belts primary offense (original similar to H. B. No. 2062) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/22/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/1/12

 

     *145.        By Sen. Unger - Allowing certain higher education students opt out of institutional insurance coverage - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 2/17/12 - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Education

 

     *164.        By Sen. Tucker, Yost, Barnes, Plymale and Wills - Increasing sanctions for certain lawsuits and complaints filed by prisoners (original same as H. B. No. 4057) - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/10/12 - Passed Senate 2/15/12 - To House 2/16/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *167.        By Sen. Laird, Snyder, Browning, Nohe, Plymale, Miller and Wills - Authorizing counties and municipalities accept credit or check card as payment - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/27/12 - Passed Senate 2/1/12 - To House 2/2/12 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/2/12

 

       183.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Foster and Stollings - Increasing penalties for assault and battery on athletic official (original similar to H. B. No. 2446) - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 1/24/12 - To House 1/25/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *222.        By Sen. Beach, Laird and Klempa - Creating criminal offense for interfering with emergency service call (original similar to H. B. No. 4397) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Judiciary 1/17/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/2/12 - Passed Senate 2/8/12 - To House 2/9/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

     *330.        By Sen. Minard - Relating to licensure of insurance adjusters (original same as H. B. No. 4401) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/10/12 - To Government Organization 2/10/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/16/12 - Passed Senate 2/21/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Judiciary

 

       335.         By Sen. Minard - Providing electronic payments subject to returned check fees (original same as H. B. No. 4272) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Banking and Insurance - Passed Senate 2/15/12 - To House 2/16/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/22/12

 

     *340.        By Sen. Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Klempa and Plymale - Relating to interscholastic athletics concussions and head injuries - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Education then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/1/12 - To Judiciary 2/1/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amendments pending - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/10/12 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12 - To conference 3/10/12

 

     *341.        By Sen. Stollings and Foster - Creating Restroom Access Act - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/10/12 - To Government Organization 2/10/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/16/12 - Passed Senate 2/21/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

     *342.        By Sen. Foster, Browning, Fanning, Minard, Tucker, Wills, Barnes, K. Facemyer, Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa, Plymale, Williams and Nohe - Relating generally to criminal justice system (original same as H. B. No. 4123) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/21/12 - To Finance 2/21/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - On 3rd reading with restricted right to amend, House Calendar 3/10/12

 

     *354.        By Sen. Klempa, McCabe, Wells, Palumbo, Foster and Yost - Authorizing county commissions appoint temporary successors to certain county officer vacancies (original same as H. B. No. 4305) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/22/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate with amended title 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary

 

       367.         By Sen. Williams, Sypolt, Beach and Jenkins - Relating to liability of real property possessor for trespasser harm (original same as H. B. No. 4375 - similar to H. B. No. 4639) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/1/12 - To House 2/2/12 - To Judiciary

 

       390.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating generally to state revenue funds (original same as H. B. No. 4252) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/15/12 - To House 2/16/12 - To Finance

 

     *399.        By Sen. Minard - Renaming Board of Insurance Agent Education to Board of Insurance Producer Education; other provisions (original same as H. B. No. 4262) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Government Organization - To Government Organization 2/20/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *404.        By Sen. Wills, Plymale, Browning, Snyder, Yost, Miller, Laird, Klempa, Tucker, Unger and Kessler (Mr. President) - Relating to issuance of barrister's teaching certificate (original same as H. B. No. 4323) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 2/8/12 - Passed Senate 2/13/12 - To House 2/14/12 - To Education

 

     *406.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Beach, Wills and Unger - Regulating commercial dog-breeding operations (original similar to H. B. No. 2015 and H. B. No. 2883) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/16/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Judiciary

 

       409.         By Sen. K. Facemyer, Kessler (Mr. President) and Beach - Substituting community service for jail confinement for certain persons convicted of alcohol-related crimes - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/13/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/14/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

     *412.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Browning, Jenkins, Plymale, Klempa, Wills and Stollings - Increasing PSC civil penalties for Gas Pipeline Safety Act violations - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/14/12 - To Judiciary 2/14/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       417.         By Sen. Fanning - Establishing right to disposition of deceased's remains (original same as H. B. No. 4051) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *421.        By Sen. Williams, Sypolt, McCabe, Beach, K. Facemyer, Boley, D. Facemire, Helmick, Miller, Tucker, Laird, Nohe, Green, Barnes and Plymale - Creating Captive Cervid Farming Act (original same as H. B. No. 2527) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/31/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/14/12 - Referred to Rules on 3rd reading 2/17/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *427.        By Sen. Palumbo, Wells, Wills and Klempa - Conforming state administrative remedies for prisoners with Department of Justice standards - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/3/12 - Passed Senate 2/8/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/9/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *457.        By Sen. Plymale, Unger, Foster, Kessler (Mr. President), Jenkins and Beach - Continuing Rural Health Initiative; other provisions - Introduced 1/30/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - Com. sub. reported 2/10/12 - To Education 2/10/12 - Passed Senate 2/20/12 - To House 2/21/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To House Education - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/10/12 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12

 

       461.         By Sen. Unger - Conforming election complaint procedures statute to federal code (original same as H. B. No. 4402) - Introduced 1/31/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate with amended title 2/15/12 - To House 2/16/12 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 3/7/12 - Laid over until 3/8/12 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 3/8/12 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 3/10/12

 

     *468.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Browning, Laird, Miller, Palumbo, Beach, Yost, Williams, Plymale, Klempa and McCabe - Allowing Courthouse Facilities Improvement Authority issue bonds (original same as H. B. No. 4534) - Introduced 1/31/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/10/12 - To Finance 2/10/12 - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Finance

 

       470.         By Sen. Foster, Edgell, Jenkins, McCabe and Hall (Originating in Senate Pensions) - Requiring medical examination by member's physician for TRS disability annuity (original similar to H. B. No. 4496) - Introduced 1/31/12 - Passed Senate 2/6/12 - To House 2/7/12 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/16/12

 

     *479.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Jenkins, Stollings and Yost - Creating Spay Neuter Program and Fund - Introduced 2/1/12 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - To Judiciary 2/22/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Agriculture then Finance - To House Finance 3/1/12

 

       490.         By Sen. D. Facemire and Beach - Criminalizing trademark counterfeiting (original same as H. B. No. 4615) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       499.         By Sen. Prezioso and Snyder - Clarifying PEIA is not "insurer" or engaged in "business of insurance" (original same as H. B. No. 4417) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/8/12 - Passed Senate 2/17/12 - To House 2/20/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

     *501.        By Sen. Stollings - Requiring health insurance coverage of certain hearing aids - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Banking and Insurance - Com. sub. reported 2/10/12 - To Banking and Insurance 2/10/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/20/12 - Passed Senate 2/23/12 - To House 2/24/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/10/12 - House refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12 - To conference 3/10/12

 

     *510.        By Sen. Hall, McCabe, Wells, Palumbo and Plymale - Amending election canvass and recount procedures (original same as H. B. No. 3103 and H. B. No. 4295) - Introduced 2/3/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/15/12 - Passed Senate 2/20/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/21/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *514.        By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Edgell, Prezioso, Kessler (Mr. President), Barnes, Yost and Jenkins - Deeming retail establishments with roll-your-own cigarette machines manufacturers (original same as H. B. No. 4428) - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - To Finance 2/22/12 - Passed Senate 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Finance

 

     *518.        By Sen. Palumbo, Foster, Jenkins, Klempa, Browning and Williams - Prohibiting certain persons from holding elected or appointed office (original similar to H. B. No. 2103 and H. B. No. 4464) - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/15/12 - Passed Senate 2/20/12 - To House 2/21/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *519.        By Sen. Laird, Beach, Unger, Klempa, Foster, Browning and Plymale - Relating generally to suspension or revocation of driver's licenses (original same as H. B. No. 4449) - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/15/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Finance

 

     *521.        By Sen. Prezioso and Snyder - Relating to subrogation rights of PEIA (original same as H. B. No. 4419) - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/15/12 - To Finance 2/15/12 - Passed Senate 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

     *526.        By Sen. Unger and Klempa - Relating to dedication of proceeds from county excise tax on transfer of real property (original similar to H. B. No. 2785 and H. B. No. 4117) - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/17/12 - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 3/5/12

 

     *527.        By Sen. Williams and Miller - Relating to general livestock trespass law - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/7/12 - Com. sub. reported 2/14/12 - Passed Senate 2/17/12 - To House 2/20/12 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/1/12

 

       540.         By Sen. McCabe, Green and Barnes - Relating to subdivision land development plans or plats - Introduced 2/8/12 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/20/12 - To House 2/21/12 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/1/12

 

     *552.        By Sen. Plymale, Browning, Jenkins and Foster - Creating WV Land Stewardship Corporation Act - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Economic Development then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/20/12 - To Judiciary 2/20/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/5/12

 

       554.         By Sen. Hall, McCabe, Wells, Palumbo, Stollings and Foster - Relating to write-in voting when using electronic voting systems (original same as H. B. No. 4302 - similar to H. B. No. 4526) - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate with amended title 2/20/12 - Effective from passage - To House 2/21/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *568.        By Sen. Plymale, Jenkins, Foster, Unger, Prezioso, Barnes, Tucker and Stollings - Relating to college and career readiness initiative - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 2/17/12 - Passed Senate 2/22/12 - To House 2/22/12 - To Education then Finance

 

     *599.        By Sen. Jenkins and Plymale - Relating to insurance claims for automobile glass replacement or repair services (original same as H. B. No. 4560) - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Banking and Insurance - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

     *608.        By Sen. Browning, Kessler (Mr. President) and Klempa - Authorizing use of search warrant to draw blood from DUI suspect - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/27/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *624.        By Sen. Browning, Unger, McCabe, Williams, Klempa and Stollings - Relating generally to use of alternative-fuel motor vehicles (original same as H. B. No. 4629) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Economic Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - To Finance 2/22/12 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/27/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Finance

 

       637.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger and Klempa - Relating to maintenance of voter registration lists and records (original same as H. B. No. 4452) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *643.        By Sen. Palumbo - Revising administrative forfeiture procedures for certain property involved in controlled substances trafficking - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/27/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary

 

     *647.        By Sen. Jenkins, Foster, Barnes, Stollings and Green - Providing Boards of Medicine, Dental Examiners and Osteopathy initiate disciplinary proceedings related to controlled substance monitoring program data - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/2/12

 

     *649.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Browning, Edgell, Klempa and Beach - Relating to nonintoxicating beer distributor licensees (original same as H. B. No. 4602) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/24/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 3/8/12

 

       655.         By Sen. Snyder - Allowing licensure of certain veterinarians by endorsement (original same as H. B. No. 4574) - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Agriculture then Government Organization - To Government Organization 2/22/12 - Passed Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/12 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/8/12

 

     *656.        By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Kirkendoll, Laird and Jenkins - Requiring direct health care providers wear identification badges - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Health and Human Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/23/12 - Passed Senate 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Health and Human Resources

 

       671.         By Sen. Williams, Barnes and Tucker - Imposing consumers sales tax on utility terrain vehicles; exemption (original similar to H. B. No. 4528) - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Agriculture then Transportation and Infrastructure - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/22/12 - Passed Senate 2/29/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Finance


SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS

COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE

 

         *9.        By Sen. Laird, Browning, Williams, Wills, Snyder, Miller, K. Facemyer, Palumbo, Green, Chafin, Plymale, Jenkins and Foster - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Boy Scouts and Other Nonprofit Youth Organization Tax Exemption Support Amendment - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/17/12 - To Finance 2/17/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Constitutional Revision then Finance


SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS

COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE

 

           6.         By Sen. Browning, Wills, Edgell, Foster, Plymale, Stollings, Tucker, Unger, Wells, Boley, Beach, Klempa and Williams - Encouraging cooperation in implementing Career and Technical Education College and Career Readiness Initiative - Introduced 1/17/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/8/12 - To House 3/9/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/12

 

           8.         By Sen. Yost, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Klempa, Miller, Beach, Edgell and Laird - Requesting DOH name bridge at Wellsburg "Bernie Kazienko Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/20/12 - Adopted by Senate 1/31/12 - To House 2/1/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/1/12

 

         33.         By Sen. Wells, Plymale, Beach, Browning, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Stollings, Barnes and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study public school health, nutrition and wellness programs - Introduced 2/10/12 - Referred to Rules 2/10/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/29/12

 

       *38.        By Sen. Snyder and Klempa - Requesting Committee on Interstate Cooperation study revising Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Interstate Cooperation then Rules - Com. sub. reported 2/22/12 - To Rules 2/22/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/28/12 - To House 2/29/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/29/12

 

         49.         By Sen. Browning, Beach and Stollings - Requesting DOH name Wyoming County Rt. 0061/07 "Private Floyd Cline Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/23/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/12 - To House 2/28/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/28/12 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Amended - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

         52.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Plymale, Klempa and Foster - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study future legislation relating to natural gas reserve development and recovery - Introduced 2/24/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Rules - To Rules 3/1/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/8/12 - To House 3/9/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/12

 

         53.         By Sen. Snyder, Beach, Foster, Unger, Laird, Stollings and Kessler (Mr. President) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study drivers' license suspensions - Introduced 2/28/12 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         55.         By Sen. Beach, Klempa, D. Facemire, Kirkendoll, Tucker and Barnes (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Public-Private Transportation Facilities Act modification - Introduced 2/28/12 - Referred to Rules 2/28/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/7/12 - To House 3/7/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/12

 

         59.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Foster, Kirkendoll, Miller, Palumbo, Yost and Boley (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study expedited partner therapy - Introduced 3/2/12 - Referred to Rules 3/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/7/12 - To House 3/7/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/12

 

         60.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Foster, Kirkendoll, Miller, Palumbo, Prezioso, Tucker, Wills, Yost and Boley (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study compilation of birth parents' nonidentifying social and medical histories prior to adoption - Introduced 3/2/12 - Referred to Rules 3/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/8/12 - To House 3/9/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/12

 

         62.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Foster, Kirkendoll, Miller, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Tucker, Wills, Yost and Boley (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study licensure of sonographers - Introduced 3/2/12 - Referred to Rules 3/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/7/12 - To House 3/7/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/12

 

         63.         By Sen. Plymale, Foster, Jenkins, Edgell, Unger, Prezioso, Stollings and Kessler (Mr. President) - Supporting Federal Pell Grant Program - Introduced 3/5/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/8/12 - To House 3/9/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/12

 

         64.         By Sen. K. Facemyer - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Natural Resources Police - Introduced 3/5/12 - To Natural Resources then Rules - To Rules 3/7/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/8/12 - To House 3/9/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/12

 

         67.         By Sen. Unger and Klempa - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study general revenue funding of community and technical colleges - Introduced 3/6/12 - To Education then Rules - To Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         68.         By Sen. Unger, Foster, Stollings, Klempa and Beach - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and finance study complete streets policy - Introduced 3/6/12 - To Government Organization then Rules - To Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         69.         By Sen. Unger and Foster - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study independent redistricting commission - Introduced 3/6/12 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         70.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Plymale and Klempa - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study access to hearing aid devices and accessories - Introduced 3/6/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - To Rules 3/6/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

         79.         By Sen. Browning, Klempa, Hall, Stollings, Wells, McCabe, Prezioso, K. Facemyer and Kirkendoll (Originating in Senate Economic Development) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study tax credits - Introduced 3/7/12 - Referred to Rules 3/7/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/8/12 - To House 3/9/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/12

 

         80.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Foster, Kirkendoll, Miller, Wills and Tucker - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Medicaid Program - Introduced 3/7/12 - Referred to Rules 3/7/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/8/12 - To House 3/9/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/12

 

         81.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Foster and Kirkendoll (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study mandatory immunization exemptions - Introduced 3/7/12 - Referred to Rules 3/7/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

         84.         By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Beach, Browning, Fanning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Barnes and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Religious Freedom Restoration Act - Introduced 3/7/12 - Referred to Rules 3/7/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/8/12 - To House 3/9/12 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/9/12

 

         86.         By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Beach, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Minard, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Barnes, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study election candidate eligibility - Introduced 3/8/12 - Referred to Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         87.         By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Beach, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Minard, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Barnes, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study copper theft - Introduced 3/8/12 - Referred to Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         88.         By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Beach, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Minard, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Barnes, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study magistrate caseloads - Introduced 3/8/12 - Referred to Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         91.         By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Beach, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, Minard, Snyder, Williams, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study WV Freedom of Information Act - Introduced 3/8/12 - Referred to Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         93.         By Sen. Beach, Klempa and Foster - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study advanced practice nurse scope of practice - Introduced 3/9/12 - To Rules 3/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

         95.         By Sen. Plymale, Beach, Chafin, Edgell, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Wills and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study state's school harassment laws - Introduced 3/9/12 - Referred to Rules 3/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

         96.         By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Beach, Chafin, Edgell, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Wills and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Recognizing Deaf or Hard of Hearing Student's Bill of Rights - Introduced 3/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         97.         By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Beach, Chafin, Edgell, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Wills and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study student truancy - Introduced 3/9/12 - Referred to Rules 3/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

         98.         By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Beach, Chafin, Edgell, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Wills and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Education Efficiency Audit of WV's Primary and Secondary Education System - Introduced 3/9/12 - Referred to Rules 3/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

         99.         By Sen. Snyder, Miller, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Klempa, McCabe, Williams and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study State Conservation Committee's district supervisors - Introduced 3/9/12 - Referred to Rules 3/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12


ALL HOUSE BILLS PASSED BY HOUSE

AND COMMUNICATED TO SENATE

 

   *2046.        By Del. Marshall, Hatfield, Miley and Moore - Exempting from the sales and use tax special equipment installed in a motor vehicle for the use of a person with physical disabilities (Original similar to S. B. No. 441) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance 2/10/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Finance 3/1/12

 

   *2252.        By Del. Miller, J. and Overington - Directing department of health promulgate rules establishing alternative standards for non-commercial prepared food donated as part of a free food program - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/29/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Health and Human Resources 3/1/12

 

   *2278.        By Del. Boggs - Authorizing the use of additional medium for use in archiving government records - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/27/12 - To Senate 2/28/12 - To Government Organization 2/28/12 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/10/12 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12 - To conference 3/10/12 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/16/12 - Vetoed by Governor 3/16/12 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 3/16/12 - Senate concurred in House amendment 3/16/12 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 3/16/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Vetoed by Governor 4/3/12

 

     2402.         By Del. Fleischauer, Caputo, Miley, Marshall, Poore, Wells and Talbott - Redefining the term "public record" as it is used in the Freedom of Information Act - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/18/12 - To Senate 1/19/12 - To Judiciary 1/19/12

 

   *2521.        By Del. Frazier - Eliminating the requirement of serving domestic violence orders by certified mail - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/18/12 - To Senate 1/19/12 - To Judiciary 1/19/12 - Passed Senate 3/6/12 - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

   *2533.        By Del. Talbott, Hunt, Boggs, Varner, Shaver, Perry and Fleischauer - Requiring the identities of signatories to a certificate for a person seeking ballot access to be made public and verified - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/20/12 - To Senate 1/23/12 - To Judiciary 1/23/12

 

   *2657.        By Del. Campbell, T., Crosier, Canterbury, Miller, J. and Moye - West Virginia Religious Freedom Restoration Act - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/23/12 - To Senate 2/24/12 - To Judiciary 2/24/12

 

   *2740.        By Del. Manypenny, Doyle, Mahan, Guthrie, Canterbury, Iaquinta, Barker, Hartman, Brown and Hatfield - Making covenants that restrict the installation or use of solar energy systems unenforceable - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/24/12 - To Senate 2/27/12 - To Judiciary 2/27/12 - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules on 3rd reading - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/10/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     2793.         By Del. Campbell, T. and Boggs - Defining "spelunking" as a recreational purpose and activity for which a landowner's liability for injury is limited - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/9/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12

 

   *3128.        By Del. Frazier - Relating to filing a civil petition for expungement of records relating to an arrest (Original similar to S. B. No. 192) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/18/12 - To Senate 1/19/12 - To Judiciary 1/19/12 - Passed Senate 3/6/12 - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

   *3142.        By Del. Manchin, Longstreth, Caputo, Miley and Barill - Increasing the allowable number of magistrate court deputy clerks by five (Original similar to S. B. No. 18) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/17/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - To Finance 3/5/12

 

   *3157.        By Del. Miley and Rowan - Adding an additional family court judge to the twenty-third family court district (Original similar to S. B. No. 83) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/18/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - To Finance 3/6/12

 

   *3174.        By Del. Brown, Fragale, Moore and Skaff - Relating to liquor and beer sampling events (Original same as S. B. No. 32) - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/12 - Passed House 2/20/12 - To Senate 2/21/12 - To Judiciary 2/21/12 - Passed Senate 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *3177.        By Del. Lawrence, Marshall, Doyle, Pino, Hunt and Frazier - Permitting an owner who sells real property pursuant to a deed of trust to terminate a preexisting tenancy - Introduced 1/11/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/15/12 - To Senate 2/16/12 - To Judiciary 2/16/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/12 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Title amended - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/15/12

 

   *4001.        By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Hatfield, Hartman, Staggers and Talbott - Authorizing boards to establish fees by legislative rule - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/25/12 - To Senate 1/26/12 - To Government Organization 1/26/12 - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/12 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/6/12 - Passed House 3/6/12 - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

     4002.         By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Hatfield, Hartman, Staggers and Talbott - Relating to annual seminar requirements for professional licensing boards - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/25/12 - To Senate 1/26/12 - To Government Organization 1/26/12 - Passed Senate 3/6/12 - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

   *4003.        By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Hatfield, Hartman, Householder, Staggers and Talbott - Clarifying the law governing the duties of professional licensing boards - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/25/12 - To Senate 1/26/12 - To Government Organization 1/26/12 - Referred to Judiciary 3/1/12

 

   *4006.        By Del. Manchin - Relating to elevator workers' licensure exemptions - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Government Organization - Amended - Passed House 2/29/12 - Title amended - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Government Organization 3/1/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/23/12 - Approved by Governor 4/3/12

 

     4007.         By Del. Iaquinta, Longstreth, Fleischauer, Jones, Stephens, Walker and Azinger - Relating to unemployment benefits for certain spouses of military personnel (Original same as S. B. No. 152) - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance - To House Finance 1/19/12 - Passed House 2/17/12 - To Senate 2/20/12 - To Finance 2/20/12 - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

   *4012.        By Del. Morgan, Manypenny, Martin and Swartzmiller - Removing the Commissioner of the Bureau for Public Health from certain boards - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/13/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 2/14/12 - To Government Organization 2/14/12 - Passed Senate 3/10/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4015.        By Del. Moore, Guthrie, Lawrence, Marshall, Stephens and Caputo - Creating the Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs (Original similar to S. B. No. 5) - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/13/12 - Passed House 2/17/12 - To Senate 2/20/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 2/20/12 - On 2nd reading to Finance 3/6/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     4018.         By Del. Hunt, Miley, Moore, Wells, Skaff, Poore and Hatfield - Granting licensed real estate appraisers access to commercial or residential review documents - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/9/12 - Amended - Passed House 2/17/12 - To Senate 2/20/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 2/20/12

 

   *4020.        By Del. Iaquinta, Crosier, Fragale, Poling, M., Barker, Duke, White, Ferro, Azinger and Miley - Recognizing outstanding students who are top scorers on certain statewide tests - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 1/20/12 - Passed House 2/23/12 - To Senate 2/24/12 - To Education 2/24/12

 

   *4028.        By Del. Staggers, Butcher, Mahan, Moye and Perry - Authorizing the temporary suspension of certification of emergency medical service personnel without a hearing or prior notice if there is probable cause - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/31/12 - Passed House 2/24/12 - To Senate 2/27/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 2/27/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4030.        By Del. Williams, Shaver and Hunt - Prioritizing the payment of fees, costs, bonds, fines or other sums charged or assessed in magistrate courts in civil and criminal matters - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/3/12 - Passed House 2/28/12 - To Senate 2/29/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 2/29/12 - On 2nd reading to Finance 3/8/12

 

   *4037.        By Del. Iaquinta, Longstreth, Fleischauer, Jones, Stephens, Walker and Azinger - Relating to the professional and occupational licensure and registration of former and current members of the Armed Forces of the United States (Original same as S. B. No. 135) - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/16/12 - Passed House 2/24/12 - To Senate 2/27/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Passed Senate 3/1/12 - To Governor 3/6/12 - Approved by Governor 3/9/12

 

   *4046.        By Del. Morgan, Swartzmiller, Hartman, Givens, Manypenny and Staggers - Repealing obsolete code provisions - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/12 - Passed House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Government Organization 2/2/12 - Referred to Judiciary 3/1/12 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/10/12 - Senate receded and passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/23/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4049.        By Del. White and Boggs - Requiring the Department of Environmental Protection to maintain an Office of Internal Auditing (Original same as S. B. No. 570) - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Finance - Passed House 2/23/12 - To Senate 2/24/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 2/24/12 - On 2nd reading to Finance 3/6/12

 

   *4053.        By Del. Brown, Poore, Fleischauer, Guthrie, Moore, Frazier, Sobonya and Phillips, L. - Relating to abduction, kidnapping and human trafficking - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/21/12 - To Senate 2/22/12 - To Judiciary 2/22/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/10/12 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12 - To conference 3/10/12 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/23/12 - Approved by Governor 4/3/12

 

   *4062.        By Del. Williams, Campbell, D., Cann, Moye, Perdue, Pino, Stephens, Walker and Hamilton - Creating an in-home direct care workforce registry (Original same as S. B. No. 171) - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Government Organization - 2nd reference dispensed - To House Finance 1/20/12 - Passed House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 2/2/12 - To Judiciary 3/2/12 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/22/12

 

   *4063.        By Del. Hamilton, Phillips, L., Crosier, Poling, D., Campbell, D., Poling, M., Iaquinta, Ireland, O'Neal, Lane and Ellem - Relating to civil service commissions in political subdivisions - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/12 - Passed House 2/6/12 - To Senate 2/7/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 2/7/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/8/12 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/9/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

   *4068.        By Del. Poling, D., Longstreth, Ellem, Morgan, Hamilton, Evans and Frazier - Providing that antique motor vehicles be valued at their salvage value for personal property tax purposes - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance 1/26/12 - Passed House 2/28/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Senate 2/29/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/29/12 - On 2nd reading to Finance 3/5/12 - Amended - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2012 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/10/12 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/16/12 - Vetoed by Governor 3/16/12

 

   *4070.        By Del. Poling, M. and Guthrie - Changing the basis for paying the county salary supplement equivalent pay rate for division of rehabilitation teachers (Original same as S. B. No. 159) - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 1/20/12 - Passed House 2/21/12 - To Senate 2/22/12 - To Finance 2/22/12 - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     4072.         By Del. Poling, M. and Paxton - Eliminating requirement for county boards of education to meet on the first Monday of July - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Education - Passed House 1/20/12 - To Senate 1/23/12 - To Education 1/23/12 - Passed Senate 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4077.        By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Lawrence, Marshall, Moye, Poore, Staggers, Ferns, Ellington, Miller, J. and Rowan - Relating to activities that may be performed by a dental hygienist without a prior exam by a dentist (Original same as S. B. No. 187) - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/13/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Health and Human Resources 3/1/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4078.        By Del. Poling, M., Paxton, Doyle, Fragale, Perry and Sumner - Extending certain deadlines for mandated actions regarding higher education personnel (Original same as S. B. No. 188) - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Education - Passed House 1/23/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 1/24/12 - To Education 1/24/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/6/12 - Effective from passage - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 2/8/12 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 2/9/12 - To conference 2/29/12 - Conference time expired 3/7/12

 

   *4086.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) [By Request of the Executive] - Designating certain property as a qualified capital addition to a manufacturing facility (Original same as S. B. No. 206) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance - To House Finance 1/19/12 - Passed House 1/23/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Senate 1/24/12 - To Finance 1/24/12 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 1/25/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 1/25/12 - Approved by Governor 1/26/12

 

     4087.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Continuing the discontinuance of the severance and business privilege tax on the privilege of severing timber (Original same as S. B. No. 207 - similar to S. B. No. 200) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Finance - Passed House 2/16/12 - To Senate 2/17/12 - To Finance 2/17/12 - Passed Senate 2/24/12 - To Governor 2/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/1/12

 

   *4088.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Repealing the West Virginia telecommunications tax (Original same as S. B. No. 208) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Finance - Passed House 2/21/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 2/22/12 - To Finance 2/22/12 - Passed Senate 3/7/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/10/12 - Approved by Governor 3/15/12

 

     4097.         By Del. Morgan, Doyle and Lawrence - Creating a license to practice hair styling - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/25/12 - To Senate 1/26/12 - To Government Organization 1/26/12 - Passed Senate 3/6/12 - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

   *4101.        By Del. Perry, Shaver, Campbell, D., Lawrence, Pethtel, Armstead, Duke, Savilla, Sigler, Paxton and Poling, M. - Authorizing teacher-in-residence programs for certain prospective teachers in lieu of student teaching (Original same as S. B. No. 197) - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Education then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/13/12 - To Senate 2/14/12 - To Education 2/14/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/10/12 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12 - To conference 3/10/12 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     4103.         By Del. Staggers, Phillips, L., Barker, Ferro, Guthrie and Cowles - Consolidating of government services and enforcement of laws pertaining to the motor carrier industry (Original same as S. B. No. 219) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/19/12 - Passed House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Judiciary 2/2/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

   *4104.        By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Hatfield, Butcher, Cann, Poling, D., Craig and Swartzmiller - Authorizing professional licensing boards to exempt certain licensees from continuing education requirements - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/15/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 2/16/12 - To Government Organization 2/16/12

 

   *4107.        By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Hatfield, Talbott, Martin, Hartman, Staggers, Azinger, Howell, Romine and Snuffer - Relating to volunteer firefighter training (Original same as S. B. No. 213) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization - Passed House 1/30/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 1/31/12 - To Government Organization 1/31/12 - Passed Senate 2/14/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/20/12 - Approved by Governor 2/23/12

 

   *4111.        By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Hatfield, Hartman and Swartzmiller - Relating to the authority by state boards of examinations and registration to apply for an injunction - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/25/12 - Passed House 2/15/12 - To Senate 2/16/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 2/16/12

 

   *4118.        By Del. Moore - Including the surviving spouse and a designated individual previously chosen by the deceased as a person who may designate the manner of disposition of a deceased person's body (Original similar to S. B. No. 587) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/23/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     4119.         By Del. Perry and Lawrence - Providing a definition for an athletic director who is employed by a county board of education - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Education - Passed House 2/20/12 - To Senate 2/21/12 - To Education 2/21/12 - Amended - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules on 3rd reading - Amended - Passed Senate 3/8/12 - Title amended - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered passage of bill - Amended - Passed Senate 3/8/12 - Title amended - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

   *4122.        By Del. Perry, Shaver, Campbell, D., Lawrence, Pethtel, Armstead, Duke, Savilla, Sigler, Paxton and Poling, M. - Relating to alternative programs for teacher education (Original same as S. B. No. 218) - Introduced 1/18/12 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/13/12 - To Senate 2/14/12 - To Education 2/14/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/28/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/2/12 - To Governor 3/6/12 - Approved by Governor 3/12/12

 

   *4125.        By Del. Poling, M., Paxton, Perry, Moye and Fragale - Correcting date for schools to send notice to parents alerting them to the existence of the school's crisis response plan - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Education - Passed House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Education 2/2/12 - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/12 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/6/12 - Passed House 3/6/12 - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/15/12

 

     4126.         By Del. Poling, M., Paxton, Perry, Moye and Fragale - Authorizing legislative rules for the Higher Education Policy Commission and Council for Community and Technical College Education (Original similar to S. B. No. 170) - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 1/24/12 - Passed House 2/22/12 - To Senate 2/23/12 - To Education 2/23/12 - Passed Senate 3/6/12 - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

   *4127.        By Del. Smith, Lawrence, Shaver, Crosier, Phillips, R., Frazier, White, Talbott, Longstreth, Iaquinta and Paxton - Declaring August 7 as a special memorial day to be known as Purple Heart Recognition Day - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/9/12 - To Senate 2/10/12 - Referred to Military then Government Organization 2/10/12 - To Military 2/10/12

 

   *4130.        By Del. Smith, Lawrence and Hunt - Creating the felony criminal offense of sale or purchase of a child - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/10/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - Passed Senate 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

   *4139.        By Del. Brown, Poling, D., Fleischauer and Overington - Authorizing miscellaneous agencies and boards to promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/27/12 - Passed House 2/22/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 2/23/12 - To Judiciary 2/23/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/23/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4142.        By Del. Brown, Poling, D., Fleischauer, Talbott and Overington - Authorizing the Department of Administration to promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Pensions and Retirement then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/3/12 - Passed House 2/20/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 2/21/12 - To Judiciary 2/21/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/23/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4206.        By Del. Brown, Poling, D., Fleischauer, Talbott and Overington - Authorizing the Department of Transportation to promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/26/12 - Passed House 2/15/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 2/16/12 - To Judiciary 2/16/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/28/12 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/29/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4220.        By Del. Brown, Poling, D., Fleischauer, Talbott and Overington - Authorizing the department of commerce to promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/26/12 - Passed House 2/22/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 2/23/12 - To Judiciary 2/23/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/6/12 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/6/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

   *4236.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to exclusions from the definition of professional personnel for evaluation purposes (Original same as S. B. No. 372) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 2/10/12 - Passed House 2/27/12 - To Senate 2/28/12 - To Education 2/28/12 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/5/12 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/5/12 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/6/12 - To conference 3/6/12 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4238.        By Del. Poore, Marshall, Fleischauer and Boggs - Establishing procedures for address confidentiality program participants on the special absentee voting list (Original same as S. B. No. 376) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/27/12 - To Senate 1/30/12 - To Judiciary 1/30/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/6/12 - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/15/12

 

   *4239.        By Del. Morgan and Perdue - Increasing the membership of the West Virginia Board of Osteopathy - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/6/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 2/7/12 - To Government Organization 2/7/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/12 - Effective from passage - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/6/12 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/7/12 - To conference 3/8/12 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/16/12 - Vetoed by Governor 3/16/12 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 3/16/12 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment 3/16/12 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 3/16/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

   *4245.        By Del. Overington, Butcher, Barill, Barker, Caputo, Sobonya, Frazier, Michael and Perdue - Permitting certain auxiliary lighting on motorcycles - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/9/12 - Passed House 2/20/12 - To Senate 2/21/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/21/12 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 3/5/12 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/10/12 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12

 

   *4247.        By Del. Frazier, Barill, Miley, Campbell, T. and Hunt - Increasing the compensation of attorneys who are appointed to represent criminal defendants - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/25/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - To Finance 3/5/12

 

   *4250.        By Del. Doyle, Rodighiero, Ferro, Frazier, Reynolds, Storch and Walters - Creating the Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act (Original same as S. B. No. 363) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 1/30/12 - To Senate 1/31/12 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary - To Interstate Cooperation 1/31/12

 

     4251.         By Del. Doyle, Rodighiero, Ferro, Frazier, Reynolds and Storch - Relating generally to amendments to the uniform commercial code (Original same as S. B. No. 374) - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 1/27/12 - To Senate 1/30/12 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary - To Interstate Cooperation 1/30/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/15/12

 

   *4256.        By Del. Perry, Ashley, Walters and Hall - Relating to captive insurance (Original same as S. B. No. 398) - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/9/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/26/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4257.        By Del. Iaquinta, Poore, Marshall, Crosier, Fleischauer and Duke - Providing late voter registration opportunities to individuals covered by the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Act of 1986 (Original same as S. B. No. 400) - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/28/12 - Title amended - To Senate 2/29/12 - To Judiciary 2/29/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - Title amended - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/26/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4260.        By Del. Fleischauer, Miley, Brown, Caputo, Hunt, Longstreth, Pino, Overington and Sobonya - Relating to insurance coverage for autism spectrum disorders (Original same as S. B. No. 401) - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/3/12 - Passed House 2/23/12 - To Senate 2/24/12 - To Banking and Insurance 2/24/12 - Referred to Finance on 2nd reading 3/7/12 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/26/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

   *4261.        By Del. Fleischauer, Miley, Brown, Caputo, Hunt, Pino, Overington and Sobonya - Relating to review of state administrative agency rule-making (Original same as S. B. No. 402) - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Judiciary - Amendments pending - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12

 

   *4263.        By Del. Barker, Caputo, Martin, Hamilton, Butcher and Stowers - The West Virginia Buy American Act (Original similar to S. B. No. 381) - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/22/12 - House further considered bill - Amended - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Finance 3/1/12 - On 2nd reading to Finance 3/8/12 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/26/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     4271.         By Del. Moore, Reynolds and Azinger - Reporting requirements for residential mortgage lenders and broker licensees (Original same as S. B. No. 339) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/8/12 - To Senate 2/9/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Banking and Insurance 2/9/12 - To Judiciary 3/2/12 - Passed Senate 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/26/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     4274.         By Del. Moore, Reynolds and Azinger - Expanding the authority of the Commissioner of Banking over regulated consumer lender licensees, and providing a penalty for violations (Original same as S. B. No. 334) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To House Finance 2/2/12 - Passed House 2/28/12 - Title amended - To Senate 2/29/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To Banking and Insurance 2/29/12 - To Finance 3/2/12 - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/26/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4276.        By Del. Moore and Reynolds - Ensuring that borrowers are provided accurate notice of their right to cure a default on any installment or other secured obligation (Original same as S. B. No. 338) - Introduced 1/24/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/16/12 - Amended - Passed House 2/29/12 - Title amended - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12

 

   *4279.        By Del. Manchin, Lawrence, Cann, Doyle, Longstreth and Morgan - Permitting municipalities to stagger the terms of elected officers - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/2/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 3/1/12 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/16/12 - Vetoed by Governor 3/16/12 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 3/16/12 - Senate concurred in House amendment 3/16/12 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 3/16/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

   *4281.        By Del. White, Miley, Hunt, Poore, Skaff, Moore, Fleischauer and Sobonya - Increasing the supplemental pay of members of the West Virginia State Police (Original same as S. B. No. 383) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Finance - Amended - Passed House 2/28/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Senate 2/29/12 - To Finance 2/29/12 - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/26/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     4291.         By Del. Miley, Frazier, Longstreth, Barill and Manchin - Relating to county law libraries established by the Supreme Court of Appeals (Original same as S. B. No. 473) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Judiciary 2/2/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/14/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/15/12 - To Governor 2/20/12 - Approved by Governor 2/22/12

 

     4293.         By Del. Miley, Frazier, Longstreth, Barill and Jones - Increasing the compensation caps for secretary-clerks and case coordinators in the family court (Original same as S. B. No. 472) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/27/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Finance 3/1/12

 

     4296.         By Del. Morgan and Stephens - Authorizing licensing boards to require applicants to submit to criminal background checks - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/21/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Government Organization 3/1/12

 

     4299.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Authorizing a county board of education to use the services of a bus operator from another county in certain circumstances (Original same as S. B. No. 415) - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 2/3/12 - Passed House 2/17/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 2/20/12 - To Education 2/20/12 - Passed Senate 3/6/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/15/12

 

   *4307.        By Del. Miley, Frazier, Longstreth, Barill and Jones - Clarifying that the practice and procedure for domestic violence civil proceedings are governed by court rule (Original same as S. B. No. 465) - Introduced 1/26/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - Passed Senate 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

   *4310.        By Del. Smith, Hunt, Lawrence and Miley - Prohibiting sex offenders from living or working within one thousand feet of the outer perimeter of a school, child care facility, playground or a victim's home - Introduced 1/26/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/22/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/10/12 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12 - To conference 3/10/12

 

     4314.         By Del. Caputo, Longstreth, Manchin, Fragale, Barill, Marcum, Ellem, Boggs, Miley, Storch and Hunt - Relating to the appointment of magistrates - Introduced 1/26/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/6/12 - To Senate 2/7/12 - To Judiciary 2/7/12 - Passed Senate 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     4315.         By Del. Cann, Manchin, Doyle, Fragale, Iaquinta, Lawrence, Longstreth, Miley, Morgan and Varner - Permitting a new class IV town or village to select a form of government - Introduced 1/26/12 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/2/12 - Amended - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 3/1/12 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     4320.         By Del. Ferro, Barker and Caputo - Relating to the settlement of violations of the Hazardous Waste Management Act by consent agreements (Original same as S. B. No. 495) - Introduced 1/26/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/6/12 - To Senate 2/7/12 - To Judiciary 2/7/12 - Passed Senate 3/6/12 - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

     4322.         By Del. Talbott, Crosier, Romine, Shaver, Hamilton, Azinger and Ireland - Adding coyote and fox to the list of species in which any color artificial light is permitted for hunting at night (Original same as S. B. No. 407) - Introduced 1/27/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/2/12 - Passed House 2/27/12 - To Senate 2/28/12 - To Judiciary 2/28/12 - Passed Senate 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4327.        By Del. Hatfield, Poling, D., Brown and Staggers - Requiring pulse oximetry testing for newborns - Introduced 1/27/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/7/12 - Passed House 2/23/12 - To Senate 2/24/12 - To Health and Human Resources 2/24/12 - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/10/12 - Passed House 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     4328.         By Del. Talbott, Crosier, Phillips, R., Anderson, Azinger, Rodighiero, Hamilton and Hall - Removing bobcats from the list of species requiring a field tag (Original same as S. B. No. 450) - Introduced 1/27/12 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/2/12 - Passed House 2/28/12 - To Senate 3/6/12 - To Natural Resources 3/6/12 - Passed Senate 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4330.        By Del. Staggers, Phillips, L., Butcher, Varner, Cann, Ferns, Phillips, R., Paxton, Stowers, Iaquinta and Longstreth - Providing that drivers licenses may contain information designating the licensee as a person who is an honorably discharged veteran (Original same as S. B. No. 416) - Introduced 1/27/12 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/2/12 - Passed House 2/17/12 - To Senate 2/20/12 - To Government Organization 2/20/12 - Passed Senate 3/6/12 - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/15/12

 

   *4332.        By Del. Stowers, Phillips, R. and Barker - Relating to transfer of service credit from Public Employees Retirement System to Emergency Medical Services Retirement System - Introduced 1/27/12 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/16/12 - Passed House 2/28/12 - To Senate 2/29/12 - To Pensions then Finance - To Pensions 2/29/12 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

   *4338.        By Del. Butcher, Stowers, Barill, Barker, Phillips, R., Hunt, Varner, Perdue, Moore, Poling, D. and Cann - Raising the maximum value amount of an abandoned motor vehicle - Introduced 1/30/12 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/17/12 - To Senate 2/20/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/20/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/7/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/12 - To Governor 3/10/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

   *4345.        By Del. Boggs, Campbell, D., Fragale, Diserio, Marcum, Moore, Phillips, R. and White - Prohibiting the unauthorized sale of railroad scrap metal - Introduced 1/30/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/15/12 - To Senate 2/16/12 - To Judiciary 2/16/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/12 - To Governor 3/10/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

   *4351.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to mine safety (Original same as S. B. No. 448) - Introduced 1/31/12 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/28/12 - Title amended - To Senate 2/29/12 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Energy, Industry and Mining 2/29/12 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 3/1/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/6/12 - To Governor 3/10/12 - Approved by Governor 3/15/12

 

   *4356.        By Del. Fleischauer, Brown, Ireland, Lawrence, Manypenny, Marcum, Miley, Skaff, Stowers, Phillips, R. and Hall - Creating the misdemeanor offense for child neglect resulting in a substantial risk of bodily injury (Original same as S. B. No. 530 - similar to S. B. No. 456) - Introduced 1/31/12 - To Judiciary - Amendments pending - Amended - Passed House 2/8/12 - Title amended - To Senate 2/9/12 - To Judiciary 2/9/12

 

     4357.         By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Poling, D., Hatfield and Butcher - Modifying the bonding requirement for closing-out sales - Introduced 1/31/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/28/12 - To Senate 2/29/12 - To Judiciary 2/29/12

 

   *4376.        By Del. Brown, Craig, Poling, D., Phillips, R., Hunt, Swartzmiller, Michael, Skaff, Walters and Nelson - Licensing wine sales at certain professional baseball stadiums (Original same as S. B. No. 571) - Introduced 2/1/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/15/12 - Amended - Passed House 2/29/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - Passed Senate 3/8/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

   *4390.        By Del. Doyle, Rodighiero, Ferro, Frazier, Reynolds, Storch and Walters - Uniform Power of Attorney Act (Original same as S. B. No. 449) - Introduced 2/1/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/15/12 - To Senate 2/16/12 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary - To Interstate Cooperation 2/16/12 - To Judiciary 2/23/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - Title amended - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4392.        By Del. Boggs, Poling, M., Moore, Barill, Phillips, L., White, Hall, Pethtel, Jones and Frazier - Compensating all state magistrates, magistrate assistants, magistrate court clerks equally (Original same as S. B. No. 483) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/10/12 - Passed House 2/28/12 - To Senate 2/29/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 2/29/12 - To Finance 3/2/12

 

   *4396.        By Del. Swartzmiller and Poling, D. - West Virginia Fire, EMS and Law-Enforcement Officer Survivor Benefit Act - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Finance - Passed House 2/29/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - On 2nd reading to Finance 3/7/12 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - Effective from passage - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/10/12 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12 - To conference 3/10/12 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/3/12

 

   *4398.        By Del. Marshall, Iaquinta, Reynolds, Stowers, Anderson and Evans - Declaring certain claims against the state and its agencies to be moral obligations of the state (Original same as S. B. No. 556) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Finance - Passed House 2/21/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 2/22/12 - To Finance 2/22/12 - Passed Senate 3/7/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/10/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

     4403.         By Del. Miley, Manchin, Lawrence and Fleischauer - Changing the filing deadline for certified write-in candidates (Original same as S. B. No. 476) - Introduced 2/2/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/17/12 - Title amended - To Senate 2/20/12 - To Judiciary 2/20/12 - Passed Senate with amended title 3/8/12 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/9/12 - Passed House 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

     4415.         By Del. Staggers, Perry, Sumner, Pino, O'Neal, Boggs, Moye and Phillips, L. - Authorize a Prince Railroad Station Authority to acquire and maintain the railroad station building (Original same as S. B. No. 543) - Introduced 2/3/12 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/9/12 - Passed House 2/17/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 2/20/12 - To Finance 2/20/12 - Passed Senate 2/24/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/1/12

 

   *4422.        By Del. Butcher, Walker, Poling, D., Boggs, Caputo, Martin, Stephens, Diserio, Storch, Hamilton and Ellem - Relating to crane operator certification - Introduced 2/3/12 - To Government Organization - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 2/16/12 - To Senate 2/17/12 - To Government Organization 2/17/12 - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/10/12 - Passed House 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

   *4424.        By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Butcher, Staggers and Border - Relating to modified mental hygiene procedures (Original same as S. B. No. 578) - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/9/12 - Passed House 2/27/12 - To Senate 2/28/12 - To Judiciary 2/28/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4425.        By Del. Lawrence, Ferns, Fleischauer, Miley and Morgan - Requiring a landlord address issues of the accumulation of moisture and the growth of mold - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12

 

   *4426.        By Del. Manchin, Ferns, Swartzmiller, Hartman, Morgan, Miley, White, Givens, Ferro, Skaff and Perry - Requiring a copayment to a physical therapist and an occupational therapist be the same as a physician or osteopath - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/22/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - Referred to Finance 3/7/12

 

   *4433.        By Del. Williams, Ashley, Cann, Ferns, Iaquinta, Perry, Phillips, R., Pino, Shaver and Varner - Modifying the criteria for awarding high school diplomas to certain veterans - Introduced 2/6/12 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Education - To House Education 2/9/12 - Passed House 2/20/12 - To Senate 2/21/12 - To Military then Education - To Military 2/21/12 - To Education 3/1/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/8/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

   *4438.        By Del. Perdue, Perry, Hamilton, Hartman, Poore, Campbell, D., Poling, M., Hatfield, Ellington, Hunt and Williams - Provider Sponsored Network Act (Original same as S. B. No. 581) - Introduced 2/7/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

   *4451.        By Del. Overington, Wells, Doyle, Frazier, Hunt, Ellem, Lane, Fragale and Fleischauer - Ensuring that county executive committees have control of designating the persons who serve as ballot commissioner - Introduced 2/7/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/23/12 - To Senate 2/24/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 2/24/12 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4459.        By Del. Reynolds, Frazier, Marcum, Hall, Hunt, Manchin, Pino, Ferro and Sobonya - Creating a juvenile sex offender registration - Introduced 2/8/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/20/12 - Amended - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 3/1/12

 

   *4468.        By Del. Ferns, Cann, Fleischauer, Frazier, Hall, Iaquinta, Manchin, Michael, Miley, Nelson and Poore - Prohibiting insurance companies from discriminating against certain health care providers - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/16/12 - Amended - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Banking and Insurance 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/2/12

 

   *4475.        By Del. Skaff, Ferns, Lawrence, Reynolds, Hall, Pasdon, Cann, Andes, Varner, Stowers and Poore - Reducing federal adjusted gross income for recent graduates of higher education institutions (Original same as S. B. No. 520) - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Finance - Passed House 2/28/12 - To Senate 2/29/12 - To Economic Development then Finance - To Economic Development 2/29/12 - On 2nd reading to Finance 3/6/12

 

     4481.         By Del. Hatfield, Hall, Moore, Morgan, Phillips, L., Campbell, D. and Butcher - Relating to the Comprehensive Behavioral Health Commission - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 2/17/12 - To Senate 2/20/12 - To Government Organization 2/20/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/6/12 - To Governor 3/10/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

   *4486.        By Del. Miley, Hatfield, Ellem, Poore, Reynolds, Hunt, Walters and Manchin - Relating to the disclosure of insurance coverage (Original same as S. B. No. 453) - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/27/12 - To Senate 2/28/12 - To Judiciary 2/28/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/10/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 4/3/12

 

   *4488.        By Del. Doyle and Fleischauer - Reforming, altering or modifying a county commission - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/28/12 - To Senate 2/29/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 2/29/12 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 3/8/12

 

   *4489.        By Del. Pethtel, Duke, Guthrie, Canterbury, Stowers and Givens - Strengthening authority of the West Virginia Municipal Pensions Oversight Board (Original same as S. B. No. 515) - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/16/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Pensions then Government Organization - To Pensions 3/1/12 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 3/8/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Vetoed by Governor 3/21/12

 

     4493.         By Del. Ashley, Anderson, Iaquinta, White, Azinger, Armstead, Paxton, Boggs and Pasdon - Establishing special memorial days for certain military veterans - Introduced 2/10/12 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security - Passed House 2/21/12 - To Senate 2/22/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/24/12 - House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed 2/27/12 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 2/28/12 - To Governor 3/6/12 - Approved by Governor 3/9/12

 

   *4504.        By Del. Border, Anderson, Ellem, Perdue, Boggs, Poling, D., Azinger and Staggers - Relating to development and operation of a nursing home on the grounds of a nonprofit community health care organization (Original similar to S. B. No. 425) - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/16/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - Title amended - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To Health and Human Resources 3/1/12 - On 2nd reading to Government Organization 3/2/12 - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

   *4506.        By Del. Lane, Miller, C., Savilla, Nelson, Armstead and Sobonya - Relating to absentee ballot fraud - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12

 

   *4511.        By Del. Cann, Poling, M., Varner, Miley, Pethtel, Ferns, Perry, Shaver, Barill, Skaff and Stowers - Creating the Shale Research, Education, Policy and Economic Development Center at West Virginia University (Original same as S. B. No. 522) - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 2/17/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Finance 3/1/12 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/10/12 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/10/12

 

     4521.         By Del. Poore, Hunt, Moore, Mahan, Guthrie, Ireland, Wells, Miley, Michael, Frazier and White - Permitting the restructuring of child support payments of an inmate who is released under certain circumstances (Original same as S. B. No. 580) - Introduced 2/14/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/10/12 - Passed House 3/10/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     4522.         By Del. Poore, Hunt, Sobonya, Guthrie, Ireland, Lawrence, Michael, Miley, White, Frazier and Skaff - Providing additional contempt powers for family court judges (Original same as S. B. No. 638) - Introduced 2/14/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 3/10/12 - Passed House 3/10/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - Senate concurred in House changed effective date 3/10/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     4523.         By Del. Poore, Moore, Mahan, Guthrie, Wells, Michael, Frazier, White and Miley - Relating to the Bureau for Child Support enforcement and reporting employment and income of an independent contractor (Original same as S. B. No. 639) - Introduced 2/14/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - Passed Senate 3/7/12 - To Governor 3/10/12 - Approved by Governor 3/15/12

 

   *4530.        By Del. White, Varner, Boggs, Phillips, R., Andes, Morgan, Stowers and Poore - Authorizing the Public Service Commission to consider and issue a financing order to certain regulated electric utilities to permit the recovery of expanded net energy costs (Original same as S. B. No. 584) - Introduced 2/14/12 - To Finance - Passed House 2/24/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 2/27/12 - To Judiciary 2/27/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/12 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/10/12 - Approved by Governor 3/15/12

 

     4542.         By Del. White, Campbell, T., Varner and Williams - Relating to unemployment compensation benefits - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/22/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/10/12 - Title amended - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered passage of bill - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/10/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/23/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

   *4547.        By Del. Skaff, Campbell, T., Varner, Poling, D., Pasdon, Andes, Caputo, Reynolds, Stowers, White and Morgan - Creating the West Virginia Innovation Free-Trade Business Technology Property Valuation Act and the West Virginia Innovation Free-Trade Tax Credit Act (Original similar to S. B. No. 534) - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance - To House Finance 2/22/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Economic Development then Finance - To Economic Development 3/1/12

 

     4549.         By Del. White, Campbell, T., Varner and Williams - Imposing a monetary penalty on unemployment compensation recipients for obtaining benefits through the use of fraudulent statements (Original same as S. B. No. 591) - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/22/12 - Amendments pending - Passed House 2/29/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Labor then Judiciary - To Labor 3/1/12 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

   *4554.        By Del. Shaver, Perry, Williams and Pethtel - Accepting additional students for enrollment in early childhood education programs - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 2/21/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Education then Finance - To Education 3/1/12

 

     4567.         By Del. Iaquinta, Miley and Fragale - Permitting the Harrison county commission to levy a special district tax (Original similar to S. B. No. 620) - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - To House Finance 2/21/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Finance 3/1/12 - Passed Senate 3/8/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

   *4572.        By Del. Perry, Smith, Shaver, Lawrence, Poling, M., Paxton, Crosier, Marcum, Barill, Duke and Rowan (Originating in House Education) - Relating to school service personnel classification and compensation - Introduced 2/17/12 - To House Finance 2/17/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Education then Finance - To Education 3/1/12

 

   *4581.        By Del. Poore and Frazier - Making grants from state and other funds to provide civil legal services to low income persons (Original same as S. B. No. 657) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/21/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - To Finance 3/6/12

 

     4583.         By Del. Poling, M., Shaver, Caputo, Moye, Perry, Michael, Sumner and Duke - Changing certain deadlines associated with the termination, resignation and transfer of school personnel - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/27/12 - To Senate 2/28/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/1/12 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/15/12

 

   *4601.        By Del. Iaquinta, Swartzmiller, Longstreth, Pethtel, Fleischauer, Pasdon, Nelson, Staggers, Paxton and Smith - Authorizing the West Virginia National Guard to participate in a federal asset forfeiture or sharing program (Original same as S. B. No. 633) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance - To House Finance 2/22/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Military then Judiciary - To Military 3/1/12 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 3/6/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4605.        By Del. Miley, Moore, Walker, Ferro, Boggs, Miller, J., Manypenny, Michael, Pino, O'Neal and Lane - Providing a premarital education option to applicants for marriage licenses - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/22/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 3/1/12 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/10/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

   *4613.        By Del. Boggs, Campbell, T., Varner, Cann and Campbell, D. - Relating to development of broadband infrastructure and broadband deployment in this state (Original same as S. B. No. 635) - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Finance - Amendments pending - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 2/29/12 - Title amended - Effect from passage - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/1/12 - On 2nd reading to Finance 3/5/12

 

     4626.         By Del. Miley, Morgan, Swartzmiller, Lawrence and Snuffer - Increasing state police principal supervisors to nineteen - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance - To House Finance 2/22/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Finance 3/1/12 - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

   *4630.        By Del. Boggs - Modifying the membership of the Braxton County Recreational Development Authority - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Political Subdivisions - Passed House 2/24/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 2/27/12 - To Government Organization 2/27/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/6/12 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/6/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/10/12 - Approved by Governor 3/15/12

 

     4634.         By Del. White - Removing the requirement for the Legislative Auditor to conduct certain fiscal audits of the Alcohol Beverage Control Commission and the Children's Trust Fund - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Government Organization then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/29/12 - Title amended - Effect from passage - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 3/1/12 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 3/6/12 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/9/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - Effective ninety days from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

   *4636.        By Del. Poore, Frazier, Campbell, D., Morgan, Poling, D., Moye, Hartman, Craig and Stephens - Authorizing a responsible parent pilot project - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/22/12 - Amended - Passed House 2/29/12 - Title amended - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To Health and Human Resources 3/1/12 - To Finance 3/6/12

 

   *4645.        By Del. Manchin, Caputo and Longstreth - Changing the membership requirements for a board of governors - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Education - Passed House 2/28/12 - To Senate 2/29/12 - To Education 2/29/12

 

     4647.         By Del. Miller, C., Reynolds, Morgan and Craig - Relating to funeral expenses for indigent persons - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 3/1/12

 

     4648.         By Del. Perry and Sigler - Implementing a domestic violence court pilot project - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/28/12 - To Senate 2/29/12 - To Judiciary 2/29/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/12 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/7/12 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/8/12 - To conference 3/10/12 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     4652.         By Del. White, Cann, Iaquinta, Mahan, Marshall, Perdue, Ashley and Carmichael (Originating in House Finance) - Making a supplementary appropriation to various agencies - Introduced 2/27/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Finance 3/1/12 - Passed Senate 3/10/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/16/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

     4653.         By Del. White, Campbell, T., Cann, Cann, Guthrie, Iaquinta, Mahan, Marshall, Perdue, Skaff, Stowers and Cowles (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to public school support computation of local share - Introduced 2/27/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Education then Finance - To Education 3/1/12

 

     4654.         By Del. Morgan and Stephens (Originating in House Government Organization) - Relating to the provision of mailing services by the CPRB to certain retiree organizations - Introduced 2/27/12 - Passed House 2/29/12 - Title amended - Effect from passage - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Pensions 3/1/12 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/12 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/10/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

     4655.         By Del. Poling, M. and Paxton (Originating in House Education) - Relating to school service personnel certification - Introduced 2/27/12 - Amended - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 2/29/12 - Title amended - Effect from passage - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Education 3/1/12 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/9/12 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/10/12 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     4656.         By Del. White, Campbell, T., Guthrie, Iaquinta, Mahan, Perdue, Phillips, L., Poling, M., Reynolds, Williams and Evans (Originating in House Finance) - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Division of Human Services - Temporary Assistance for Needy Families - Introduced 3/2/12 - Passed House 3/7/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 3/8/12 - To Finance 3/8/12 - Passed Senate 3/10/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/16/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

     4657.         By Del. White, Campbell, T., Guthrie, Iaquinta, Marshall, Phillips, L., Poling, D., Poling, M., Williams, Ashley and Canterbury (Originating in House Finance) - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Administration - Office of the Secretary - Employee Pension and Health Care Benefit Fund, Division of Purchasing, Department of Environmental Protection, etc. - Introduced 3/2/12 - Passed House 3/7/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 3/8/12 - To Finance 3/8/12 - Passed Senate 3/10/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/16/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

     4658.         By Del. White, Guthrie, Iaquinta, Marshall, Perdue, Poling, D., Anderson, Ashley, Carmichael, Miller, C. and Walters (Originating in House Finance) - Supplementing, amending, decreasing and increasing items of the existing appropriations from the State Road Fund to the Department of Transportation - Division of Highways - Introduced 3/5/12 - Passed House 3/8/12 - Effect from passage - To Senate 3/8/12 - To Finance 3/8/12 - Passed Senate 3/10/12 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/16/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12


HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY

HOUSE AND COMMUNICATED TO SENATE

 

     *113.        By Del. Fleischauer, Guthrie, Brown, Hatfield, Marshall, Poore, Morgan, Perdue, Armstead, Lane and Overington (Originating in House Constitutional Revision) - The "Homestead Exemption Increase Amendment" - Introduced 2/16/12 - To House Finance 2/16/12 - Adopted by House 2/29/12 - To Senate 3/1/12 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 3/1/12


HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY

HOUSE AND COMMUNICATED TO SENATE

 

           1.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - Extending an invitation to his Excellency, the Governor, to deliver an address to the Legislature and raising a Joint Assembly therefor - Introduced 1/11/12 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 1/11/12 - To Senate 1/11/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 1/11/12

 

           2.         By Del. Phillips, R. - The "PVT Ervin L. Arnold Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/7/12

 

           3.         By Del. Phillips, R. - The "Warrant Officer Dale Shaheen Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/7/12

 

           4.         By Del. Phillips, R. - The "Gordon M. Sorrell Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/7/12

 

           5.         By Del. Phillips, R. - The "Adkins Brothers Memorial Road" - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/7/12

 

           6.         By Del. Iaquinta, Cann, Fragale and Miley - The "John Charles Giese Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/23/12 - To Senate 2/24/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/24/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/12

 

         *7.        By Del. Brown, Guthrie and Hatfield - The "Second Lieutenant Theodore Remington Woo Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/12/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/10/12 - To Senate 2/13/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

           8.         By Del. Frazier, Ellington and Gearheart - The "All-American Rod Thorn Interchange" - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/10/12 - To Senate 2/13/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

           9.         By Del. Iaquinta, Fleischauer, Jones, Longstreth, Stephens, Walker and Azinger - Requesting a study of the needs, challenges, and issues facing West Virginia military veterans and other military affairs of the State - Introduced 1/13/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/8/12 - To Senate 3/9/12 - To Rules 3/9/12

 

         11.         By Del. Phillips, R., Stowers and Butcher - The "Cpl. Druey L. Hatfield Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/7/12

 

         12.         By Del. Phillips, R., Stowers and Butcher - The "Cpl. Robert F. Lohr Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/7/12

 

         13.         By Del. Phillips, R., Stowers and Butcher - The "Reverend Glenn White Jr. Bridge" - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/7/12

 

         14.         By Del. Phillips, R., Stowers and Butcher - The LCPL Danny M. Greene Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/7/12

 

         15.         By Del. Hamilton - The "Technician Fifth Grade Victor A. Osburn Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/10/12 - To Senate 2/13/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

         16.         By Del. Hamilton - The "Staff Sergeant Cecil Y. Ware Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/10/12 - To Senate 2/13/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

         17.         By Del. Phillips, R., Stowers and Butcher - The "Chester William Fields Sr. Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/16/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/7/12

 

         18.         By Del. Stowers, Phillips, R., Butcher and Rodighiero - The "Aster C. Adkins Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/10/12 - To Senate 2/13/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

         19.         By Del. Smith - The "Staff Sergeant Raymond Armentrout Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/22/12 - To Senate 2/23/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/23/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/12

 

         20.         By Del. Smith - The "SP5 Lynn Waitman Peters Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/24/12 - To Senate 2/27/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/27/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/2/12

 

       *21.        By Del. Hamilton - The "Junior Ellsworth Reed Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/17/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/10/12 - To Senate 2/13/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

         25.         By Del. Guthrie, Wells, Hunt and Hatfield - The "Samuel L. 'Monty' Shelton Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/7/12

 

         26.         By Del. Caputo, Longstreth and Manchin - The "Worthington Veterans Bridge" - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/17/12 - To Senate 2/20/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/20/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/12

 

         27.         By Del. White, Boggs, Marcum and Moore - Including West Virginia Route 80 in Mingo County as a Blue Star Memorial Highway - Introduced 1/19/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/7/12

 

       *28.        By Del. Campbell, D., Hartman and Hall - The "L/CPL David Lee Cosner Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/10/12 - To Senate 2/13/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

       *30.        By Del. Campbell, D., Hartman, Hall and Phillips, L. - Requesting a sign honoring Anna Wallace be placed at the intersection of U. S. Route 219 and West Virginia Route 39 at Mill Point - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/21/12 - To Senate 2/22/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/22/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/12

 

         31.         By Del. White, Marcum and Varner - The "GMGC Bobby Lee Jarrell United States Navy Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/7/12

 

         32.         By Del. Caputo, Longstreth and Manchin - Erecting signs at either end of Quiet Dell, Harrison County, that reads "Home of Hershel Woodrow 'Woody' Williams: United States Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient" - Introduced 1/20/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/23/12 - To Senate 2/24/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/24/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/12

 

         35.         By Del. Stowers and Butcher - The "Sergeant Larry W. Kinder Memorial Highway" - Introduced 1/23/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/10/12 - To Senate 2/13/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

         37.         By Del. Barker, Rodighiero, Butcher and Stowers - The "PFC James J. Waters Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/10/12 - To Senate 2/13/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

       *38.        By Del. Barker - The "Vietnam Veteran Highway, In Honor of Cpl. Robert Lee Fleck, Sgt. Nile Dean Shumate, Cpl. Dana Edward Nelson and Cpl. James Charles Crose" - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/10/12 - To Senate 2/13/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

         39.         By Del. Sobonya, Miller, C., Reynolds, Stephens, Morgan and Craig - The "PFC Herbert B. Murphy Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/25/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/10/12 - To Senate 2/13/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

         40.         By Del. Hunt - The "Norbert E. Eagloski Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/26/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/10/12 - To Senate 2/13/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

         41.         By Del. Perdue, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Marcum - The ''Sgt. Dewey Marcum Memorial Bridge''. - Introduced 1/26/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/7/12

 

         42.         By Del. Perdue and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - The ''Staff Sergeant Sidney H. Blankenship Memorial Bridge'' - Introduced 1/26/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/1/12 - To Senate 2/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/7/12

 

         48.         By Del. Fleischauer, Marshall, Barill, Longstreth, Manypenny, Manchin, Pethtel, Caputo and Pasdon - The "John W. Pyles Bridge" - Introduced 2/1/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/23/12 - To Senate 2/24/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/24/12

 

         49.         By Del. Wells - The "LTC Spencer J. Campbell Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/1/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/2/12 - To Senate 3/5/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/5/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/7/12

 

         50.         By Del. Michael - The "Captain John Hanson McNeill CSA Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/3/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/10/12 - To Senate 2/13/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

         51.         By Del. Barker - The "Robert Earchil Adams Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/7/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/21/12 - To Senate 2/22/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/22/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/12

 

         52.         By Del. Perdue and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - The "George William Brumfield Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/8/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/10/12 - To Senate 2/13/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

         53.         By Del. Manypenny, Anderson, Boggs, Border, Brown, Canterbury, Doyle, Fleischauer, Guthrie, Hatfield, Longstreth, Manchin, Moore, Moye, Perdue, Poling, M., Romine, Shaver, Sigler, Stephens, Talbott and Wells - Requesting a study of the relationship between increases in seismic events and hydrocarbon production and exploration in the State of West Virginia - Introduced 2/8/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/8/12 - To Senate 3/9/12 - To Rules 3/9/12

 

         54.         By Del. Caputo, Manchin, Longstreth, Perdue, Barill, Talbott, Moore, Marshall and Hunt - Requesting a study on the compliance of the Americans with Disabilities Act in state governmental buildings - Introduced 2/8/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/8/12 - To Senate 3/9/12 - To Rules 3/9/12

 

         55.         By Del. White and Marcum - The "Walter R. Akers Memorial Intersection" - Introduced 2/8/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/10/12 - To Senate 2/13/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

         56.         By Del. Walker, Boggs and Ashley - The "Lucille Stalnaker Bridge" - Introduced 2/8/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/10/12 - To Senate 2/13/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

         57.         By Del. Rowan - The "Pearsall Land Grant Trace" - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/14/12 - To Senate 2/15/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/15/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/21/12

 

       *58.        By Del. Romine - Erecting signs at the Tyler County lines that read "Home of the 2011 FFA Land Judging and Homesite Evaluation National Champions" - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

         59.         By Del. Duke, Anderson, Ashley, Border, Canterbury, Carmichael, Doyle, Ellington, Hamilton, Iaquinta, Ireland, Longstreth, Manchin, Manypenny, Overington, Perdue, Savilla, Sigler, Snuffer, Sobonya, Storch, Sumner and Williams - Expressing support for improvement in the collection, processing and consumption of recyclable materials throughout the State - Introduced 2/9/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/22/12 - To Senate 2/23/12 - To Judiciary 2/23/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         60.         By Del. Walker, Perry, Staggers and Pino - The "Tpr. Hugh D. Swartz Memorial Barracks" - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/15/12 - To Senate 2/16/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/16/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

         62.         By Del. Sumner, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Anderson, Andes, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barill, Barker, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, D., Campbell, T., Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Diserio, Doyle, Duke, Ellem, Ellington, Evans, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Gearheart, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Householder, Hunt, Iaquinta, Ireland, Jones, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marcum, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, J., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Nelson, O'Neal, Overington, Pasdon, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, L., Phillips, R., Pino, Poling, D., Poling, M., Poore, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Rowan, Savilla, Shaver, Sigler, Skaff, Smith, Snuffer, Sobonya, Staggers, Stephens, Storch, Stowers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Walters, Wells, White, Williams and Howell - Requesting that the sacrifice and service of the crew members of the U.S.S. West Virginia be recognized and rewarded for their actions during the Battle of Suriago Strait - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/17/12 - To Senate 2/20/12 - To Military 2/20/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/2/12

 

         63.         By Del. Phillips, R., Stowers, Rodighiero and Butcher - The "Dewayne Phillip Morgan Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/21/12 - To Senate 2/22/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/22/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/12

 

         64.         By Del. Perdue and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - The "Crum Brothers Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/15/12 - To Senate 2/16/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/16/12

 

         65.         By Del. Perdue and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - The "Perry Brothers Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/13/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/15/12 - To Senate 2/16/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/16/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/22/12

 

         66.         By Del. Moore, Phillips, L., Hall, Marcum, White and Frazier - The "Carnie L. Spratt Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/14/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

       *68.        By Del. Sumner, O'Neal, Snuffer, Moye and Mahan - Declaring the City of Beckley's Exhibition Coal Mine as the official Exhibition Coal Mine of West Virginia - Introduced 2/14/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/22/12 - To Senate 2/23/12 - To Government Organization 2/23/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/2/12

 

         70.         By Del. Perry, Staggers, Pino and Walker - The "Jones Brothers Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Rules - Laid over until 2/24/12, Special Calendar - Amended - Adopted by House 2/24/12 - To Senate 2/27/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/27/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/2/12

 

         72.         By Del. Hartman and Campbell, D. - The "Tim Belt Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/22/12 - To Senate 2/23/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/23/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/12

 

         73.         By Del. Howell, Evans and Rowan - Honoring the members of the 78th Infantry Division and Proclaiming April 4, 2012 as 78th Lightning Division Day - Introduced 2/15/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/21/12 - To Senate 2/22/12 - To Military 2/22/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/2/12

 

         74.         By Del. Canterbury, Armstead, Campbell, T., Carmichael, Evans, Gearheart, Hamilton, Miller, C., Nelson, Sigler, Sumner and Walters - Requesting the state congressional delegation to ask the US Department of State to make certain demands on the government of the United Arab Emirates - Introduced 2/16/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/24/12 - To Senate 2/27/12 - To Judiciary 2/27/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         75.         By Del. Butcher - The "McCellan Highway and Jerry Lee Richards Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/2/12 - To Senate 3/5/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/5/12 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/7/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/7/12

 

         76.         By Del. Phillips, R., Butcher, Stowers and Rodighiero - The "Cory Matthew Price Memorial Road" - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Rules - Amended - Adopted by House 2/24/12 - Title amended - To Senate 2/27/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/27/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/2/12

 

         77.         By Del. Hamilton, Reynolds, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Anderson, Andes, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barill, Barker, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, D., Campbell, T., Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Diserio, Doyle, Duke, Ellem, Ellington, Evans, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Gearheart, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Householder, Howell, Hunt, Iaquinta, Ireland, Jones, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marcum, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, J., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Nelson, O'Neal, Overington, Pasdon, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, L., Phillips, R., Pino, Poling, D., Poling, M., Poore, Rodighiero, Romine, Rowan, Savilla, Shaver, Sigler, Skaff, Smith, Snuffer, Sobonya, Staggers, Staggers, Staggers, Stephens, Storch, Stowers, Sumner, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Walters, Wells, White and Williams - Declaring that the month of September be proclaimed as Take Pride in America Month beginning with September, 2012 - Introduced 2/17/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/23/12 - To Senate 2/24/12 - To Government Organization 2/24/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

         78.         By Del. Perdue and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - The "Staff Sergeant Sidney H. Blankenship Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/20/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/22/12 - To Senate 2/23/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/23/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/12

 

         79.         By Del. Ashley - The "Jack D. Miller Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/21/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/27/12 - To Senate 2/28/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/28/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/6/12

 

         81.         By Del. Marcum, White, Caputo, Phillips, R., Moore, Boggs, Phillips, L., Stowers and Hall - The "Joe 'Bug' Marcum Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/22/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/24/12 - To Senate 2/27/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/27/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/2/12

 

         82.         By Del. Hatfield, Guthrie, Skaff, Poore, Wells and Brown - Requesting a study of the policies related to assuring the safety of employees required to make field, community or home visits - Introduced 2/23/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/8/12 - To Senate 3/9/12 - To Rules 3/9/12

 

         83.         By Del. Sobonya, Miller, C., Stephens, Reynolds, Craig and Morgan - The "Vernon Craddock Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/23/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/5/12 - To Senate 3/6/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/6/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

         84.         By Del. Walker - The "First Lieutenant Charles (Chuck) Barrett II Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/23/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/28/12 - To Senate 2/29/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/29/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/6/12

 

         85.         By Del. Phillips, R., Stowers and Rodighiero - The "Cox Joe Gollie Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/23/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/5/12

 

         86.         By Del. Howell, Andes, Ashley, Carmichael, Evans, Iaquinta, Marshall, Moore, Pasdon, Rowan, Shaver, Sigler, Snuffer and Walters - The "USMC PFC Woodrow Wilson Barr Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/23/12 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 2/23/12 - To Senate 2/24/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/24/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/12

 

         87.         By Del. Howell, Andes, Ashley, Carmichael, Cowles, Evans, Hall, Ireland, Lane, Marshall, Moore, Nelson, Pasdon, Phillips, R., Poore, Rowan, Savilla, Shaver, Sigler, Snuffer, Staggers and Walters - The "U.S. Army Tech/Sgt. James 'Aubrey' Stewart Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/23/12 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 2/23/12 - To Senate 2/24/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/24/12 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/12

 

         88.         By Del. Stephens, Miller, C., Sobonya, Morgan, Craig and Reynolds - The "1st Lt. Therrel Shane Childers Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/24/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/1/12 - To Senate 3/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/12

 

         89.         By Del. Stephens, Reynolds, Morgan, Sobonya, Miller, C. and Craig - The "PFC Rodney Kent Ranson Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/24/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/1/12 - To Senate 3/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/12

 

         92.         By Del. Sumner, Sigler, Perry and Canterbury - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study the funding of the needs of community and technical colleges in this state - Introduced 2/27/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/8/12 - To Senate 3/9/12 - To Rules 3/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

         94.         By Del. Frazier, Ellington and Gearheart - The "Hunnicutt Family Highway" - Introduced 2/28/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/1/12 - To Senate 3/2/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/2/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/12

 

         96.         By Del. Paxton, Andes, Barker, Evans, Hall, Hatfield, Longstreth, Martin, Moye, Nelson, Romine and Savilla - The "Fields Brothers Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/29/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/2/12 - To Senate 3/5/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/5/12 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/10/12

 

       100.         By Del. Phillips, R., Rodighiero, Stowers and Butcher - The "Donald J. Bragg Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 3/2/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/8/12 - To Senate 3/9/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

       101.         By Del. Iaquinta, Cann, Fragale and Miley - The "John Charles Giese Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 3/2/12 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 3/2/12 - To Senate 3/5/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/5/12

 

       102.         By Del. Perry, Barill, Paxton, Pethtel, Shaver, Armstead, Duke and Savilla - Requesting a study regarding the impact of truancy - Introduced 3/5/12 - To House Rules 3/5/12 - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

       103.         By Del. Phillips, R., Rodighiero, Stowers and Butcher - The "Tennis 'TK' Killen Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 3/5/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/8/12 - To Senate 3/9/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

       104.         By Del. Poling, M. and Paxton (Originating in House Education) - Recognizing the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Student's Bill of Rights - Introduced 3/5/12 - To House Rules 3/5/12 - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

       105.         By Del. Armstead and Walker - The "Specialist Fourth Class Lewis Dayton Moles Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 3/6/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/8/12 - To Senate 3/9/12 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/9/12 - Adopted by Senate 3/10/12

 

       106.         By Del. Varner, Cann, Campbell, T., Ferns, Marshall, Perdue, Pethtel and White - Requesting a study on how to best use the additional severance tax collections attributed to the production of natural gas - Introduced 3/7/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/9/12 - To Senate 3/10/12 - To Rules 3/10/12

 

       107.         By Del. Lawrence (Originating in House Education) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study regarding the implementation of reproductive health education - Introduced 3/6/12 - To House Rules 3/6/12 - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

       108.         By Del. Sumner, Sigler and Perry (Originating in House Education) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study the funding of the needs of community and technical colleges - Introduced 3/6/12 - To House Rules 3/6/12 - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

       110.         By Del. Hatfield, Guthrie, Poore, Morgan and Skaff - Requesting a study on the involuntary commitment process in West Virginia - Introduced 3/7/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

       111.         By Del. Longstreth, Caputo, Manchin, Barker, Poling, D. and Frazier - Requesting a study on the issues surrounding bullying in the workplace - Introduced 3/7/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/9/12 - To Senate 3/10/12 - To Rules 3/10/12

 

       112.         By Del. Walters, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Anderson, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Boggs, Border, Butcher, Campbell, D., Campbell, T., Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Duke, Ellem, Ellington, Evans, Fleischauer, Fragale, Givens, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Householder, Iaquinta, Jones, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Manypenny, Marcum, Martin, Michael, Miley, Morgan, Nelson, O'Neal, Overington, Pasdon, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, L., Phillips, R., Poore, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Rowan, Savilla, Sigler, Skaff, Sobonya, Staggers, Stephens, Storch, Stowers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Varner, Walker, White and Williams - Recognizing and welcoming the Turkish Delegation from the Zonguldak Chamber of Commerce and Businessmen Association - Introduced 3/7/12 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 3/7/12 - To Senate 3/7/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 3/7/12

 

       113.         By Del. Miley, Sobonya, Poore, Barker, Border, Brown, Campbell, D., Caputo, Diserio, Doyle, Ellem, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Guthrie, Hatfield, Hunt, Jones, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Martin, Miller, C., Moore, O'Neal, Pasdon, Pethtel, Phillips, L., Poling, M., Rowan, Staggers, Storch, Sumner, Swartzmiller, Wells and Williams - Requesting a study on the need for legislation to provide a uniform system to meet the "standard of care" for victims of sexual assault - Introduced 3/8/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

       116.         By Del. Hatfield, Guthrie, Wells and Skaff - Requesting the Committee on Government and Finance to study the West Virginia Public Employees Grievance code, policies, and rules - Introduced 3/8/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

       122.         By Del. Swartzmiller, Boggs, Caputo, Cowles, Doyle, Fragale, Morgan, Pethtel, Phillips, L. and Sumner - Expressing support for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and asking that the United States Congress provide funding within the federal budget necessary to continue and maintain this program - Introduced 3/8/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

       123.         By Del. Guthrie, Boggs, Caputo, Poore, Brown, Staggers, Miley, Manchin, Fragale, Mahan, Longstreth, Marshall and Phillips, L. - Requesting a study on the benefits and costs of requiring municipal governing bodies and the West Virginia Commissioner of Highways to implement a complete streets policy - Introduced 3/8/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

       125.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Armstead, Boggs, Carmichael and Lane - Requesting a study on the feasibility, need, costs, reliability and necessary procedures associated with having an impact statement on proposed legislation and regulations - Introduced 3/8/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

       126.         By Del. Mahan, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Barill, Barker, Boggs, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, D., Campbell, T., Cann, Caputo, Craig, Crosier, Diserio, Doyle, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Iaquinta, Jones, Lawrence, Longstreth, Manchin, Manypenny, Marcum, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, L., Phillips, R., Pino, Poling, D., Poling, M., Poore, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Shaver, Skaff, Smith, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Wells, White and Williams - Celebrating the life and lamenting the passing of Hulett C. Smith, the Twenty-Seventh Governor of the State of West Virginia - Introduced 3/8/12 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 3/8/12 - To Senate 3/9/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

       127.         By Del. White, Campbell, T., Poling, M., Varner, Anderson, Perdue, Mahan, Guthrie, Carmichael, Reynolds, Evans, Cann, Phillips, L., Poling, D., Skaff, Miller, C., Canterbury, Stowers, Ashley, Walters, Cowles, Williams, Iaquinta and Marshall (Originating in House Finance) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study of how best to reduce the population of unwanted and stray dogs and cats - Introduced 3/8/12 - To House Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

       128.         By Del. Poling, M., Paxton, Barill, Campbell, D., Caputo, Crosier, Lawrence, Marcum, Moye, Perry, Pethtel, Shaver, Smith, Duke, Sumner, Armstead, Ellington, Gearheart, Rowan and Sigler (Originating in House Education) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study the feasibility and benefits of requiring that an automated external defibrillator be placed in every public school - Introduced 3/8/12 - To House Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

       129.         By Del. Poling, M., Paxton, Barill, Campbell, D., Caputo, Crosier, Lawrence, Marcum, Moye, Perry, Pethtel, Shaver, Smith, Duke, Sumner, Armstead, Ellington, Gearheart, Rowan and Sigler (Originating in House Education) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study interscholastic student athlete safety - Introduced 3/8/12 - To House Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

       130.         By Del. Poling, M., Paxton, Barill, Campbell, D., Caputo, Crosier, Lawrence, Marcum, Moye, Perry, Pethtel, Shaver, Smith, Duke, Sumner, Armstead, Ellington, Gearheart, Rowan and Sigler (Originating in House Education) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study whether the state's laws regulating harassment in schools provide the constitutionally required safeguards to student expression - Introduced 3/8/12 - To House Rules 3/8/12 - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

       131.         By Del. Boggs - Extending the Committee of Conference relating to consideration of H. B. 4236 - Introduced 3/12/12 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 3/9/12 - To Senate 3/9/12 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 3/9/12

 

       134.         By Del. Campbell, D., Andes, Armstead, Azinger, Barill, Barker, Boggs, Border, Butcher, Campbell, T., Canterbury, Caputo, Cowles, Craig, Diserio, Duke, Evans, Ferns, Ferro, Frazier, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Iaquinta, Jones, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Mahan, Manypenny, Marcum, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miller, C., Moore, Morgan, Moye, O'Neal, Pasdon, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Phillips, L., Phillips, R., Pino, Poling, D., Poling, M., Poore, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Savilla, Shaver, Skaff, Smith, Snuffer, Sobonya, Staggers, Stowers, Sumner, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Walker, Wells and White - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the implementation of a standardized highway signage program to direct visitors to unique, tourist-oriented businesses in rural and other areas in West Virginia - Introduced 3/9/12 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

       135.         By Del. Poling, M., Paxton, Barill, Campbell, D., Craig, Lawrence, Moye, Perry, Pethtel, Shaver, Smith, Duke, Sumner, Ellington, Gearheart, Pasdon, Rowan, Savilla and Sigler (Originating in House Education) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study the Education Efficiency Audit of West Virginia's Primary and Secondary Education System - Introduced 3/9/12 - To House Rules 3/9/12 - Adopted by House 3/10/12

 

       136.         By Del. Poling, M., Paxton, Barill, Campbell, D., Craig, Lawrence, Moye, Perry, Pethtel, Shaver, Smith, Duke, Sumner, Ellington, Gearheart, Pasdon, Rowan, Savilla and Sigler (Originating in House Education) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study the effects of the provisions enacted that use assumed values for the calculation of the Public School Support Plan calculation of local share - Introduced 3/9/12 - To House Rules 3/9/12 - Adopted by House 3/10/12


SENATE BILLS PASSED LEGISLATURE

 

         30.         By Sen. Beach and Klempa - Providing additional means to notify DMV of purchase of junked vehicle - Passed 2/21/12 - To Governor 2/28/12 - Approved by Governor 3/1/12

 

       *36.        By Sen. Klempa - Relating to disclosure requirements for certain public construction contracts - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       *51.        By Sen. Boley and Nohe - Relating to spousal support based upon genetic testing results (original similar to H. B. No. 2067 and H. B. No. 4282) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

         75.         By Sen. Unger - Creating Equine Rescue Facilities Act - Passed 3/10/12; Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       *76.        By Sen. Unger - Creating Green Buildings Act (original similar to H. B. No. 2024) - Passed 3/10/12 - Effective ninety days from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *100.        By Sen. Palumbo - Relating to fees collected by circuit court clerks - Passed 3/5/12 - To Governor 3/9/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

     *109.        By Sen. Jenkins and Foster - Permitting unlicensed personnel to administer medications or assist in certain circumstances (original similar to H. B. No. 2021) - Passed 3/10/12; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *110.        By Sen. Unger, Beach and Klempa - Relating to Broadband Deployment Council - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *118.        By Sen. Foster - Terminating residential lease upon tenant death - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *149.        By Sen. Unger, Miller and Kessler (Mr. President) - Relating to disposition of forfeited or abandoned firearms in state custody (original same as H. B. No. 4495) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *153.        By Sen. Klempa, Beach and Kessler (Mr. President) - Increasing tax credits for apprenticeship training in construction trades (original same as H. B. No. 4525) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       156.         By Sen. Laird, Tucker, Yost, Barnes, D. Facemire, Klempa and Unger - Allowing Corrections Commissioner use excess funds to offset operational costs (original same as H. B. No. 4024) - Passed 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *160.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Budget Bill (original same as H. B. No. 4013) - Passed 3/16/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/21/12 - Approved by Governor with deletions and reductions 3/21/12

 

     *161.        By Sen. Foster, Palumbo, Klempa, Fanning, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Jenkins, Browning, Kirkendoll, Wills, Yost, Stollings and McCabe - Relating to mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect (original same as H. B. No. 4240 - similar to H. B. No. 4065) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *165.        By Sen. Laird, Tucker, Yost, Barnes, Plymale, Unger and Wills - Creating criminal offense of sexual contact on incarcerated persons by correctional employees (original same as H. B. No. 4060 - similar to H. B. No. 2158) - Passed 2/6/12 - To Governor 2/9/12 - Approved by Governor 2/15/12

 

       166.         By Sen. Laird, Tucker, Yost, Barnes, Plymale, Unger, Miller, Jenkins, Wills and Klempa - Making disarming or attempting to disarm correctional officer felony (original same as H. B. No. 4056) - Passed 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *185.        By Sen. Laird, Nohe and Foster - Relating to Employee Suggestion Award Program (original same as H. B. No. 2054 and H. B. No. 4064) - Passed 3/7/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

     *186.        By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Browning, Edgell, Boley, Stollings, Jenkins, Foster, Yost and Beach - Providing salary equity supplement payments to teachers and service personnel (original same as H. B. No. 4027 - similar to H. B. No. 4435) - Passed 3/8/12; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

     *191.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings, Unger, Laird and Jenkins - Relating to personal safety orders - Passed 3/7/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

       202.         By Sen. Williams, K. Facemyer, Fanning, Helmick, Miller, Jenkins, Stollings and Wills - Permitting Division of Forestry to enter into stewardship contracts with U. S. Forest Service (original same as H. B. No. 4095) - Passed 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       204.         By Sen. Beach, Edgell, D. Facemire, Unger, Klempa and Wills - Relating to removal of vehicles from highway in emergency situations (original same as H. B. No. 4093) - Passed 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       205.         By Sen. Beach, Edgell, D. Facemire, Klempa and Wills - Relating to construction zone signage (original same as H. B. No. 4092) - Passed 3/2/12 - To Governor 3/9/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

       209.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Updating terms in Personal Income Tax Act (original similar to H. B. No. 4089) - Passed 2/16/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 2/20/12 - Approved by Governor 2/22/12

 

       210.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Updating terms in Corporation Net Income Tax Act (original same as H. B. No. 4090) - Passed 2/16/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 2/20/12 - Approved by Governor 2/22/12

 

     *211.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Creating traffic offenses for texting or using handheld wireless communication device while driving (original same as H. B. No. 4091) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/3/12

 

     *212.        By Sen. Snyder, Green, Klempa, McCabe, Williams, Sypolt, Palumbo, Foster, Beach and Wills - Creating criminal offense for disrupting communications and public utility services (original same as H. B. No. 4105) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Vetoed by Governor 3/15/12 - Senate reconsidered action - 3/16/12 - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor - 3/16/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment - 3/16/12 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor - 3/16/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       214.         By Sen. Snyder, Foster, Browning, Miller, Chafin, Boley, Jenkins, Stollings and Wills - Clarifying sunrise review requirement for establishment, revision or expansion of professional scope of practice (original same as H. B. No. 4109) - Passed 3/6/12; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/15

 

       215.         By Sen. Beach, Edgell, D. Facemire, Miller, Klempa and Wills - Specifying unobligated moneys in Industrial Access Road Fund revert to State Road Fund (original same as H. B. No. 4120) - Passed 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *221.        By Sen. Beach, Kessler (Mr. President), Miller and Stollings - Creating Jason Flatt Act of 2012 (original similar to H. B. No. 2889 and H. B. No. 4014) - Passed 2/29/12; Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/6/12 - Approved by Governor 3/12/12

 

       224.         By Sen. Minard and Klempa - Renaming Division or Department of Banking as Division of Financial Institutions (original same as H. B. No. 4277) - Passed 2/29/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/6/12 - Approved by Governor 3/9/12

 

     *245.        By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Department of Health and Human Resources promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/10/12; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/3/12

 

     *253.        By Sen. Minard - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/8/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *287.        By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Department of Revenue promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/10/12; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/3/12

 

     *321.        By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/9/12; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       331.         By Sen. Wills and Miller - Providing certain persons residing with crime victims prosecutorial notification and right to be heard at sentencing and parole proceedings - Passed 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       336.         By Sen. Minard - Eliminating mortgage lender license exemption available to bank subsidiaries (original same as H. B. No. 4273) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       337.         By Sen. Minard - Relating to powers and duties of Commissioner of Banking (original same as H. B. No. 4248) - Passed 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *343.        By Sen. Laird, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Klempa, Nohe, Browning, Plymale, Yost, Jenkins and Beach - Providing volunteer and part-volunteer fire departments' grace period to meet eligibility for certain funds allocation (original same as H. B. No. 4114) - Passed 2/20/12 - To Governor 2/23/12 - Approved by Governor 2/28/12

 

     *353.        By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Browning, Laird, Klempa and Snyder - Relating generally to possession of firearms (original same as H. B. No. 4507) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *360.        By Sen. Tucker and Plymale - Creating procedure for deeming personal property abandoned following real property transfer - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *362.        By Sen. Snyder, Plymale, Unger, Stollings, Kirkendoll, Helmick, Jenkins, Laird, Barnes, Beach, Edgell and D. Facemire - Authorizing bond issuance for Cacapon Resort State Park and Beech Fork State Park capital improvements - Passed 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       365.         By Sen. Laird, Plymale, Beach and Miller - Increasing membership of PEIA Finance Board (original same as H. B. No. 4304 - similar to H. B. No. 2667) - Passed 3/6/12; Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

     *369.        By Sen. Unger and Snyder - Permitting Deputy Sheriff Retirement System retirants to modify benefit options under certain circumstances - Passed 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *371.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing school system under declared state of emergency participate as collaborative innovation zone (original same as H. B. No. 4235) - Passed 3/10/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/15/12 - Vetoed by Governor 3/15/12 - Senate reconsidered action - 3/16/12 - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor - 3/16/12 - House concurred in Senate amendment - 3/16/12 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor - 3/16/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *373.        By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President) and Snyder - Providing State Police collect fee for advanced training (original similar to H. B. No. 4324) - Passed 3/9/12; Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *379.        By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Foster, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale and Jenkins - Authorizing Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses designate certain treatment and recovery programs for licensees and applicants - Passed 2/24/12 - To Governor 3/6/12 - Vetoed by Governor 3/9/12 - Senate reconsidered action - 3/10/12 - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor - 3/10/12 - House concurred in Senate title amendment - 3/10/12 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor - 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *382.        By Sen. Unger - Relating to sex offender registration (original same as H. B. No. 4485 - similar to H. B. No. 2226) - Passed 3/5/12 - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

       385.         By Sen. Unger, Beach, Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa and Jenkins - Expanding definition of "computer" in commission of certain crimes (original same as H. B. No. 4318) - Passed 3/2/12 - To Governor 3/9/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

       386.         By Sen. Unger, Browning, Snyder, Kessler (Mr. President) and Palumbo - Clarifying entities included in water's-edge group for income tax purposes (original same as H. B. No. 4544) - Passed 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *387.        By Sen. Unger and Beach - Requiring training of floodplain managers - Passed 3/7/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

     *408.        By Sen. Jenkins, Plymale and Beach - Relating to crimes against property involving graffiti (original same as H. B. No. 4052) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Vetoed by Governor 4/3/12

 

       410.         By Sen. Prezioso and Beach - Requiring backup withholding on certain gambling winnings (original same as H. B. No. 4284) - Passed 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

     *411.        By Sen. Prezioso and Laird - Making use or possession of electronic cash register automated sales suppression devices unlawful (original same as H. B. No. 4303) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       414.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Expanding definition of "medical services applicant" under Volunteer for Nonprofit Youth Organizations Act (original same as H. B. No. 4300) - Passed 3/10/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *418.        By Sen. Laird - Relating to qualifications of Parole Board members (original same as H. B. No. 3226) - Passed 3/10/12; Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       424.         By Sen. D. Facemire, Klempa, Green, Yost and Tucker - Exempting certain barbers from continuing education requirement (original same as H. B. No. 4378 - similar to H. B. No. 2976) - Passed 3/9/12; Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       428.         By Sen. Beach and Klempa - Relating to registration plates for governmental vehicles (original same as H. B. No. 4286) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *429.        By Sen. Beach and Klempa - Relating to motor vehicle registration classifications (original same as H. B. No. 4287) - Passed 3/2/12 - To Governor 3/9/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

       430.         By Sen. Prezioso, Foster, Kessler (Mr. President) and Beach - Conforming code provisions to Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement (original same as H. B. No. 4335) - Passed 3/7/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

     *434.        By Sen. Palumbo - Providing suggestion and suggestee execution contain certain information - Passed 3/2/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/9/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/12

 

     *435.        By Sen. Chafin, Yost and Wills - Relating to nursing home residents' personal funds conveyance upon death - Passed 3/10/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       436.         By Sen. Plymale, Browning, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Prezioso, Klempa, Beach and Jenkins - Facilitating collaboration between public school and higher education systems to promote seamless curricula - Passed 3/10/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *437.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating generally to substance abuse (original same as H. B. No. 4336) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/29/12

 

       469.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating generally to other post-employment benefits (original same as H. B. No. 4364) - Passed 2/10/12; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/14/12 - Approved by Governor 2/20/12

 

     *471.        By Sen. Palumbo, Laird, Tucker, Edgell, Wills, Unger, Yost, Klempa and Kessler (Mr. President) - Authorizing Supreme Court establish mental hygiene commissioners' compensation (original same as H. B. No. 4292) - Passed 3/7/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

     *477.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Browning, Yost, Klempa and Beach - Regulating possession of exotic animals - Passed 3/10/12; Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Vetoed by Governor 4/3/12

 

     *478.        By Sen. Unger, Klempa and Kessler (Mr. President) - Creating apprentice hunting and trapping license (original same as H. B. No. 4501) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *484.        By Sen. Palumbo, Laird, Tucker, Edgell, Wills, Wells, Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa, Jenkins, Beach and Yost - Relating generally to child welfare (original same as H. B. No. 4389) - Passed 3/9/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *487.        By Sen. Browning, Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa, Chafin and Beach - Creating Coalbed Methane Gas Distribution Fund (original similar to H. B. No. 4473) - Passed 3/10/12; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       493.         By Sen. Snyder, Beach and Palumbo - Exempting certain unmarked law-enforcement vehicles from sun-screening restrictions (original same as H. B. No. 4391) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       496.         By Sen. Beach, D. Facemire, Kirkendoll and Miller - Modifying DEP requirement of greenhouse gas emissions' inventory (original same as H. B. No. 4319) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       497.         By Sen. Beach, D. Facemire, Kirkendoll and Miller - Awarding attorney fees and costs for administrative proceedings under WV Surface Coal Mining and Reclamation Act (original same as H. B. No. 4283) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *498.        By Sen. Foster and Klempa - Relating to records of abuse, neglect or exploitation of vulnerable adults (original same as H. B. No. 4516) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       500.         By Sen. Prezioso and Snyder - Allowing IS&C to bill certain spending units for telecommunication services annually (original same as H. B. No. 4420) - Passed 3/10/12; Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *507.        By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Tucker, Edgell, Kessler (Mr. President) and Klempa - Relating to voluntary and involuntary hospitalization of mentally ill persons (original same as H. B. No. 4321) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/3/12

 

     *512.        By Sen. Palumbo and Beach - Updating statute relating to DMV Office of Administrative Hearing's procedures (original same as H. B. No. 4497) - Passed 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *517.        By Sen. K. Facemyer and Unger - Including community beautification and reclamation programs in authorized community corrections programs - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *528.        By Sen. Snyder, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Palumbo, Browning, Laird, D. Facemire, Edgell, Miller, K. Facemyer, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Foster and Beach - Relating to scrap metal dealers and scrap metal - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *535.        By Sen. Stollings, Foster and Miller - Expanding certain prescriptive authority of medications for chronic diseases - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *536.        By Sen. Snyder and Kirkendoll - Authorizing Auditor's land department accept credit, debit or charge card payments - Passed 3/5/12 - To Governor 3/12/12 - Approved by Governor 3/14/15

 

       544.         By Sen. D. Facemire, Klempa and Beach - Removing expiration date for certain diesel-powered motor vehicle idling restrictions - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *547.        By Sen. Wills, Klempa, Stollings and Kessler (Mr. President) - Relating to certain criminal conviction expungement (original similar to H. B. No. 2923) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Vetoed by Governor 4/3/12

 

     *551.        By Sen. Snyder - Providing limitation exception for certain mortgage modification or refinancing loans - Passed 3/10/12; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *555.        By Sen. Laird, Williams, Browning, Palumbo, Snyder, Miller, K. Facemyer, Wills, Green, Stollings, Plymale, Jenkins, Unger and Foster - Providing contractor exception to sales and use tax exemption for certain nonprofit youth organization - Passed 3/8/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/21/12

 

     *562.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Beach, D. Facemire, Fanning, Hall, Helmick, Prezioso, Plymale and Klempa - Establishing DEP procedure for biologic component compliance of narrative water quality standard (original same as H. B. No. 4518) - Passed 3/10/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *563.        By Sen. Prezioso, Snyder and Beach - Clarifying Chief Technology Officer's responsibility prior to transfer or retirement of certain equipment (original same as H. B. No. 4421) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *564.        By Sen. Prezioso, Snyder, Chafin, Plymale, Barnes and Beach - Creating Aviation Fund and Fleet Management Office Fund (original same as H. B. No. 4418) - Passed 3/1/12; Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/6/12 - Approved by Governor 3/12/12

 

     *566.        By Sen. Wills and Foster - Authorizing Corrections Commissioner contract with nonprofit or charitable entities for placement of persons under custody - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *572.        By Sen. Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President), Tucker, Foster, Williams and Klempa - Replacing "advanced nurse practitioner" with "advanced practice registered nurse" (original similar to H. B. No. 4543) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       575.         By Sen. Foster - Repealing code related to prior disability under Emergency Medical Services Retirement System - Passed 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/19/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       579.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Beach, D. Facemire, Palumbo, Helmick, Hall, Foster and Browning - Increasing special reclamation tax on clean coal mined (original same as H. B. No. 4519) - Passed 3/9/12; Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *588.        By Sen. Palumbo, Stollings, Plymale, Jenkins and Barnes - Relating to Wholesale Drug Distribution Licensing Act of 1991 (original same as H. B. No. 4514) - Passed 3/10/12; Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

       596.         By Sen. Palumbo, Jenkins, Beach and Klempa - Prohibiting child erotica - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *597.        By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, D. Facemire, Edgell, Snyder, Unger, Browning, Beach, Klempa, Foster and Stollings - Requiring installation of carbon monoxide detectors in certain public facilities (original similar to H. B. No. 4434) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       603.         By Sen. Wells, Yost, Barnes, Edgell, Green, Boley, Jenkins, Laird, Williams, Unger and Klempa - Establishing entity for operation of morale, welfare and recreation military facilities (original same as H. B. No. 4551) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       605.         By Sen. Wells, Yost, Barnes, Edgell, Green, Boley, Jenkins, Laird, Williams, Klempa and Plymale - Limiting landowners' liability for military, law-enforcement or homeland-defense training purposes (original same as H. B. No. 4453) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       606.         By Sen. Palumbo, Unger, Jenkins, Klempa and Foster - Relating to property forfeiture related to child pornography arrests and computer crimes (original similar to H. B. No. 4407) - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 3/30/12

 

     *611.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Minard, Browning, Stollings, Klempa, Foster and Unger - Developing special community-based pilot demonstration project to improve at-risk youth outcomes - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *615.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Hall, Wells and Stollings - Conforming WV Water Pollution Control Act with federal Clean Water Act - Passed 3/10/12; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *618.        By Sen. Snyder, Beach and Browning - Relating to certain payments to governmental units - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/3/12

 

       619.         By Sen. Prezioso and Minard - Relating to annual business fees and reports due Secretary of State (original same as H. B. No. 4595) - Passed 3/10/12; Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *621.        By Sen. Unger - Requiring DOH concur major subdivisions or land developments provide sufficient access - Passed 3/8/12 - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

     *623.        By Sen. Sypolt - Authorizing PSC promulgate rules establishing capacity improvement fee requirements - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Vetoed by Governor 4/3/12

 

     *628.        By Sen. Unger, Snyder, Hall, Browning, Kessler (Mr. President) and Klempa - Allowing fund-raising for state executive party headquarters - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *634.        By Sen. Foster - Authorizing certain municipalities impose limited special public safety assessment fee - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Vetoed by Governor 4/3/12

 

       646.         By Sen. Laird, Plymale, Foster, Miller and Stollings - Requiring State Board of Education study GED issues - Passed 3/9/12; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/27/12 - Approved by Governor 4/3/12

 

       650.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation from General Revenue to DHHR, Division of Human Services - Passed 3/8/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

     *659.        By Sen. Unger - Requiring criminal background checks for certain employees of state service providers - Passed 3/10/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

     *661.        By Sen. Plymale, Browning and Stollings - Authorizing Workforce WV provide data to certain governmental entities - Passed 3/10/12; Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Approved by Governor 4/2/12

 

       673.         By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Chafin, Edgell, Green, Helmick, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Plymale, Stollings, Unger, Wells, Yost, Boley, Hall and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Expiring funds from MAPS, Office of the Secretary, and making supplementary appropriation to MAPS, Division of Corrections, Correctional Units - Passed 3/8/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/20/12

 

       676.         By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Chafin, Edgell, Green, Helmick, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Plymale, Stollings, Unger, Wells, Yost, Boley, Hall and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Extending grant funding application date for Chesapeake Bay watershed compliance projects - Passed 3/9/12; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/15/12 - Approved by Governor 3/19/12

 

       677.         By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Chafin, Edgell, Green, Helmick, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Plymale, Stollings, Unger, Wells, Yost, Boley, Hall and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Expiring funds from DHHR, Medicaid Fraud Control Fund, and making supplementary appropriation to DHHR, Division of Human Services - Passed 3/10/12; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/21/12 - Approved by Governor 3/21/12

 

       678.         By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Chafin, Edgell, Green, Helmick, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Plymale, Stollings, Unger, Wells, Yost, Boley, Hall and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Making supplementary appropriations from State Fund, General Revenue, to various accounts - Passed 3/10/12; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/21/12 - Approved by Governor 3/21/12


SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS

ADOPTED BY LEGISLATURE

 

           1.         By Sen. Chafin, Beach, Klempa and Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge in Mingo County "Brittany Nicole Dentro Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/1/12

 

         *2.        By Sen. Beach, Klempa and Unger - Requesting DOH name bridge in Monongalia County "Colonel Zackquill Morgan Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/1/12

 

           7.         By Sen. Beach, Palumbo, Foster and Klempa - Requesting DOH name bridge in Clendenin, Kanawha County, "Smith Brothers Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/1/12

 

         10.         By Sen. Chafin and Beach - Requesting DOH name bridge in Breeden, Mingo County, "Jacob & Ellen Vance Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/27/12

 

         12.         By Sen. Barnes, Helmick, Tucker, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President) and Klempa - Requesting DOH name bridge in Cassity, Randolph County, "Major Arnold James Zirkle Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/10/12

 

         13.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Kirkendoll, Klempa and Beach - Requesting DOH name portion of Lincoln County Rt. 8 "Platoon Sergeant John C. Fitzwater Memorial Road" - Adopted 2/27/12

 

         14.         By Sen. Tucker, Barnes, Helmick, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Klempa and Beach - Requesting DOH name bridge in Nicholas County "Lee Tucker Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/27/12

 

         15.         By Sen. Laird, Miller, Wills, Unger, Klempa and Beach - Requesting DOH name portion of US Rt. 60 in Rainelle, Greenbrier County, "Major Jackie Willard Sanford Street" - Adopted 2/17/12

 

       *16.        By Sen. Edgell, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Prezioso, Klempa and Beach - Requesting DOH name bridge in Wetzel County "Ralph Ice Bridge" - Adopted 2/28/12

 

         17.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Klempa, Beach and Wills - Requesting DOH name bridge in Boone County "Fred York Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/21/12

 

       *19.        By Sen. Edgell, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Klempa and Beach - Requesting DOH name bridge in Wetzel County "Lt. Howard R. 'Bob' Crothers Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/22/12

 

         20.         By Sen. Chafin, Beach and Klempa - Requesting DOH name portion of Wayne County Rt. 35 "Crum Brothers Memorial Highway" - Adopted 2/28/12

 

         21.         By Sen. Fanning, Klempa, Beach, Browning and Chafin - Requesting DOH name bridge in McDowell County "Adam Bailey Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/27/12

 

         23.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Browning, Klempa, Kirkendoll and Beach - Requesting DOH name bridge in Boone County "Sgt. Ollie McComas, Jr., Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/21/12

 

         24.         By Sen. Chafin, Stollings, Klempa, Wills and Beach - Requesting DOH name bridge in Mingo County "Reverend Arnold and Nell Mollette Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/27/12

 

       *25.        By Sen. K. Facemyer, Klempa and Beach - Requesting DOH name portion of Rt. 62 in Mason County "1SG Robert Nicholas Barton II Memorial Highway" - Adopted 2/27/12

 

         28.         By Sen. Snyder, Klempa, Stollings, Foster and Beach - Requesting Secretary of Administration maintain historical display of Capitol construction - Adopted 3/9/12

 

         30.         By Sen. Stollings, Klempa and Unger - Requesting DOH name portion of Rt. 85 in Boone County "BM2 Michael V. Dunlap and PFC Darrell E. Dunlap Memorial Highway" - Adopted 3/1/12

 

         31.         By Sen. Stollings, Klempa, Plymale and Unger - Requesting DOH name portion of Logan County Rt. 10 "Terry Lee Vance II Memorial Highway" - Adopted 3/10/12

 

         32.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Chafin and Beach - Requesting DOH name portion of Rt. 10 in Lincoln County "Jerry Lee Richards Memorial Highway" - Adopted 3/10/12

 

         35.         By Sen. Prezioso, Edgell, Stollings, Hall, Laird, Miller, Chafin, Sypolt, Yost, Boley, Helmick, Green, Foster, Williams, Browning and Klempa - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study municipal property tax distribution - Adopted 3/10/12

 

         36.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Chafin, Browning and Klempa - Requesting DOH name bridge in McDowell County "Corporal John A. Gero Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/1/12

 

         39.         By Sen. Unger and Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge in Berkeley County "Dr. Max O. and Evelyn S. Oates Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/10/12

 

         41.         By Sen. Green, Beach and Browning - Requesting DOH name bridge in Raleigh County "Fire Captain Fred Burroughs Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/10/12

 

         43.         By Sen. Edgell, Kessler (Mr. President) and Unger - Requesting DOH name bridge in Roane County "Corder Bridge" - Adopted 3/10/12

 

         44.         By Sen. Beach, Unger, Williams, Kessler (Mr. President), Prezioso and Stollings - Requesting DOH name portion of I-79 in Monongalia County "Charles J. Whiston Interchange" - Adopted 3/7/12

 

         47.         By Sen. Tucker, Barnes, Helmick, Stollings and Beach - Requesting DOH name portion of WV Rt. 129 in Nicholas County "St. Patrick Boulevard" - Adopted 3/10/12

 

         50.         By Sen. Beach, Stollings and Prezioso - Requesting DOH name bridge in Monongalia County "Lt. Col. Carroll Baxter Lilly Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/8/12

 

       *51.        By Sen. Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge in Man, Logan County, "Cox Joe Gollie Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/10/12

 

         56.         By Sen. Chafin and Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge in Mingo County "James A. Bowers, Sr., Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/10/12

 

         57.         By Sen. Plymale, Browning, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Wills, Boley and Wells (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study state's cooperative purchasing process - Adopted 3/10/12

 

         77.         By Sen. Beach, Klempa, Fanning, Kirkendoll, Plymale, Tucker, Barnes and K. Facemyer (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting DOH name bridge in Mercer County "Christine West Bridge" - Adopted 3/10/12

 

         78.         By Sen. Fanning, Beach, Klempa, Kirkendoll, Plymale, Tucker, Barnes and K. Facemyer (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting DOH name bridge in McDowell County "PFC Walter T. Lester Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/10/12

 

         83.         By Sen. Fanning, Beach, Klempa, Kirkendoll, Tucker and K. Facemyer (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting DOH name bridge in McDowell County, "Charles H. 'Charlie' Spencer Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/10/12


HOUSE BILLS PASSED LEGISLATURE

 

   *2278.        By Del. Boggs - Authorizing the use of additional medium for use in archiving government records - Passed 3/10/2012 - To Governor 3/16/12 - Vetoed by Governor 3/16/12 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 3/16/12 - Senate concurred in House amendment 3/16/12 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 3/16/12 - To Governor 3/29/12 - Vetoed by Governor 4/3/12

 

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