HOUSE OF DELEGATES

BILLS INTRODUCED

Friday, February 12, 2016

4521.†† By Del. Cowles and Shott - Modifying the requirements that allow a child witness to testify by closed circuit television - To the Judiciary

4522.†† By Del. Statler, Kurcaba, Duke, Weld, Stansbury, Hill, Espinosa, Azinger, Pethtel and Blair - Relating to basic state aid to public education - To Education then Finance

4523.†† By Del. Gearheart, Moore, Householder and Ellington - Permitting licensed limited video lottery retailers to have up to seven video lottery terminals (FN) - To the Judiciary then Finance

4524.†† By Del. Ellington, Blair, Householder, E. Nelson, Ireland, Hamrick, D. Evans and Cooper - Permitting community and technical colleges and universities to charge students half the cost of a credit for every credit taken over the fifteenth hour (FN) - To Education then Finance

4525.†† By Del. Folk, McGeehan, Shaffer, Marcum, Fast, Faircloth, Shott, E. Nelson, Hanshaw, Skinner and Manchin - Establishing new procedures for courts with criminal jurisdiction to suspend and revoke driverís licenses based on D.U.I. (FN) - To Roads and Transportation then the Judiciary

4526.†† By Del. Rohrbach, Stansbury, Faircloth, B. White, Waxman, Campbell, Summers and Ellington - Establishing an advisory council on rare diseases (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

4527.†† By Del. Manchin, Skinner, Caputo, Longstreth, Fluharty and Lynch - Reporting and disclosure requirements relating to election campaign contributions and spending (FN) - To the Judiciary then Finance

4528.†† By Del. Canterbury, Cooper, Lynch, A. Evans, Hamilton and Ambler - Permitting an all-volunteer fire department to consolidate with certain other fire departments while retaining their rights to receive funds - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

4529.†† By Del. Gearheart - Providing that the Division of Motor Vehicles may not stay a revocation for D.U.I. if the driver had a stay in place for a pending contested revocation - To Roads and Transportation then the Judiciary

4530.†† By Del. McCuskey, Westfall, Skinner and E. Nelson - Exempting taxicab companies whose drivers are independent contractors, from providing workers' compensation coverage for the drivers - To Roads and Transportation then the Judiciary

4531.†† By Del. Rowe, Deem, Rohrbach, B. White, Faircloth, Guthrie, Miley, Perdue, Reynolds, Ellington and Bates - Requiring hospitals, or other similar institutions, to publish a cost list for the most commonly performed procedures that are billed - To Health and Human Resources then the Judiciary

4532.†† By Del. Skinner - Establishing a new class of property on utility right-of-ways and easements for taxation purposes (FN) - To Political Subdivisions then Finance