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UNOFFICIAL

HOUSE ABSTRACT


2014 REGULAR SESSION


Includes actions as of March 10, 2014


(Bills numbered below 4000 have been carried over

from the 2013 Regular Session; bills numbered 4000 and higher

have been introduced in the 2014 Regular Session.)


*Denotes Committee Substitutes



HOUSE BILLS PASSED LEGISLATURE

 

*2165. By Del. Iaquinta, Longstreth, Fleischauer, Jones, Stephens and Azinger - Relating to death certificates of military veterans - Passed 3/4/2014; Effective July 1, 2014

 

*2387. By Del. Marshall and Moore - Relating to reasonable accommodations under the West Virginia Fair Housing Act for persons with disabilities who need assistive animals - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 2477.   By Del. Overington, Barill and Sobonya - Permitting certain auxiliary lighting on motorcycles (original similar to SB 372) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*2606. By Del. Hartman, Campbell, Evans, A., Rowan, Boggs and Lynch - Permitting the State Rail Authority to set the salary of the executive director - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

*2757. By Del. Sponaugle, Lynch, Evans, A. and Andes - Private cause of action for the humane destruction of a dog - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*2803. By Del. Manchin, Poling, M., Iaquinta, Guthrie and Manypenny - Requiring electric utilities to implement integrated resource plans - Passed 3/7/2014

 

*2954. By Del. Caputo, Tomblin and Phillips, R. - Requiring that members of the Mine Safety Technology Task Force are paid the same compensation as members of the Legislature - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

*3011. By Del. Manypenny, Walker, Swartzmiller, Canterbury and Ambler - Removing the provision that requires an applicant to meet federal requirements concerning the production, distribution and sale of industrial hemp prior to being licensed - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*3108. By Del. Campbell, Ellington and Perdue - Relating to criminal background checks on applicants for employment by nursing homes - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*3156. By Del. Poling, D., Caputo, Manypenny and Walker - Granting a labor organization a privilege from being compelled to disclose any communication or information the labor organization or agent received or acquired in confidence from an employee - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4003. By Del. Walker, Perry, Paxton, Poling, M. and Pethtel - Granting dual jurisdiction to counties where a student who lives in one county and attends school in another in order to enforce truancy policies - Passed 3/4/2014

 

*4005. By Del. Phillips, L., Rowan, Fleischauer, Border, Lawrence, Guthrie, Smith, P., Marshall and Poore - Relating to criminal offenses for child neglect - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 4006.   By Del. Phillips, L., Rowan, Fleischauer, Sobonya, Guthrie, Sumner, Lawrence, Miller, Poore, Border and Arvon - Relating to the possession and distribution of child pornography - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4012. By Del. Smith, P., Phillips, R., Ellington, Ferro, Reynolds, Skinner and Storch - Relating to the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (original same as SB 4) - Passed 3/6/2014; Effective July 1, 2014

 

*4039. By Del. Poore, Marcum, Eldridge, Fleischauer and Frich - Authorizing miscellaneous boards and agencies to promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

*4067. By Del. Poore, Marcum, Eldridge, Fleischauer and Frich - Authorizing the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety to promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/5/2014; Effective from passage

 

 4135.   By Del. Smith, P., Perry, Pino, Walker, Young, Lynch, Hamilton, Hartman and Kinsey - Designating the first Thursday in May the West Virginia Day of Prayer - Passed 3/7/2014

 

*4139. By Del. Guthrie, Phillips, L., Rowan, Fleischauer, Border, Lawrence, Marshall, Staggers, Poore and Smith, P. - Restricting parental rights of child custody and visitation when the child was conceived as a result of a sexual assault or sexual abuse - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4147. By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to emergency preparedness (original same as SB 320) - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

*4149. By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Allowing members of the Board of Public Works to be represented by designees and to vote by proxy (original same as SB 321) - Passed 3/7/2014

 

*4151. By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to military members and their spouses who obtain licensure through professional boards (original same as SB 323) - Passed 3/4/2014

 

 4154.   By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Fixing a technical error relating to the motor fuel excise tax (original same as SB 326) - Adopted 3/5/14

 

*4156. By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Electronic Toll Collection Act (original same as SB 330) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 4159.   By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Updating the meaning of federal adjusted gross income and certain other terms (original same as SB 333) - Passed 3/5/2014; Effective from passage

 

*4175. By Del. Skaff, Barrett, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Boggs, Hartman, White, Skinner, Lane, Ellem, Ireland and Pasdon - West Virginia Small Business Emergency Act - Passed 3/6/2014; Effective from passage

 

 4177.   By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to various agencies (original same as SB 342) - Passed 2/5/2014; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/12/14 - Approved by Governor 2/13/14

 

 4178.   By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Commerce, WorkForce West Virginia (original same as SB 343) - Passed 3/4/2014; Effective from passage

 

 4182.   By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing, amending, increasing, decreasing, and adding items of appropriations in various accounts (original same as SB 347) - Passed 2/5/2014; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/12/14 - Approved by Governor 2/13/14

 

*4183. By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing, amending, decreasing, and increasing items of the existing appropriations from the State Road Fund to the Department of Transportation, Division of Highways - Passed 3/7/2014; Effective from passage

 

*4184. By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to the West Virginia Tourism Development Act (original same as SB 338) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 4186.   By Del. Phillips, R., White, Tomblin, Marcum, Hamilton, Evans, A., Ashley, Barker, Boggs, Hartman and Sponaugle - Relating to the procedures for issuing a concealed weapon license - Passed 3/6/2014

 

*4188. By Del. Perdue, Fleischauer, Diserio, Eldridge, Kinsey, Lawrence, Marshall, Moore, Poore and Campbell - Updating the authority and responsibility of the Center for Nursing - Passed 3/5/2014; Effective from passage

 

*4196. By Del. Marshall, Fleischauer and Cooper - Requiring the Workforce Investment Council to provide information and guidance to local workforce investment boards that would enable them to better educate both women and men about higher paying jobs (original same as SB 354) - Passed 3/7/2014

 

*4204. By Del. Hunt, Manchin, Manypenny, Skinner, Moore, Sponaugle and Ireland - Relating to the nonrenewal or cancellation of property insurance coverage policies in force for at least four years (original same as SB 349) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4208. By Del. Fleischauer, Barill, Marshall, Barker, Perdue, Kinsey, Ellem, Pasdon, Hunt, Marcum and Border - Banning synthetic hallucinogens - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4210. By Del. Fleischauer, Skinner, Poore, Longstreth, Barill, Ellem, Sponaugle, Lynch, Manypenny, Hamilton and Pethtel - Juvenile sentencing reform (original similar to SB 370) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4217. By Del. Perdue, Fleischauer, Campbell, Ellington, Morgan and Stephens - Relating to Medicaid reports to the Legislature - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4220. By Del. Staggers and Manchin - Relating to waiver of jury trial in claims arising from consumer transactions - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4228. By Del. Poling, M., Perry, Lawrence, Barrett, Young, Tomblin, Barill, Moye, Campbell, Walker and Pethtel - Repealing or removing certain portions of education-related statutes that have expired - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4236. By Del. Fleischauer, Campbell, Pino, Longstreth, Ellem, Phillips, L., Hunt, Poore, Sobonya, Moore and Storch - Sexual assault nurse examination network (original similar to SB 9) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4237. By Del. Lawrence, Barrett, Guthrie, Skinner, Perdue, Campbell, Marshall, Poore, Fleischauer, Staggers and Evans, A. - Prohibiting the sale, distribution and use of electronic cigarettes, vapor products and other alternative nicotine products to persons under the age of eighteen - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4242. By Del. Diserio, Jones, Swartzmiller, Ferro, Fleischauer, Perdue, Poore, Storch, Poling, D., Eldridge and Phillips, L. - Increasing gross weight limitations on certain roads in Brooke County - Passed 3/7/2014; Effective from passage

 

*4245. By Del. Fleischauer, Young, Iaquinta, Barrett, Barker, Barill, Diserio, Perdue, Guthrie, Ellington and Miller - Relating to anticipated retirement dates of certain health care professionals - Passed 3/7/2014

 

*4254. By Del. Armstead, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Ashley, Cadle, Westfall, McCuskey, Butler, Manchin, Walters, Boggs and Nelson, E. - Providing that certain state employees may be granted a leave of absence with pay during a declared state of emergency - Passed 3/7/2014; Effective from passage

 

 4256.   By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Amending the annual salary schedule for members of the state police (original same as SB 392) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 4259.   By Del. Romine - Extending the time for the city council of the city of Sistersville, Tyler County, to meet as a levying body - Passed 3/4/2014; Effective from passage

 

*4268. By Del. Iaquinta, Boggs, Fleischauer, Longstreth, Perry, Morgan, Wells, Poore, Evans, D. and Lane - Relating to the administration of veterans' assistance (original same as SB 449) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4270. By Del. Westfall, Boggs, Perry, Poling, M., Espinosa, Raines, Ashley, Hamrick, Tomblin, Cadle and Pasdon - Relating to salaries of service employees of the state camp and conference center known as Cedar Lakes Conference Center - Passed 3/6/2014

 

*4278. By Del. Perdue, Fleischauer, Morgan, Guthrie, Ellington, Staggers and Swartzmiller - Rewriting the procedure by which corporations may obtain authorization from the West Virginia Board of Medicine to practice medicine and surgery - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4283. By Del. Barrett, Barill, Barker, Diserio, Lawrence, Manypenny, Marcum, Poling, D., Reynolds, Sponaugle and Young - Raising the minimum wage (original similar to SB 411) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4284. By Del. Perdue, Fleischauer, Barrett, Caputo, Sponaugle, Kinsey, Lawrence, Manchin, Skinner, Guthrie and Young - Pregnant Workers' Fairness Act - Passed 3/6/2014

 

*4287. By Del. Fleischauer, Marshall, Barill, Manypenny, Fragale, Campbell, Pasdon, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), White, Pethtel and Tomblin - Administration of health maintenance tasks - Passed 3/6/2014; Effective from passage

 

*4290. By Del. Moore, Campbell, Azinger and Reynolds - Revising the regulatory structure of money transmitters and other entities - Passed 3/6/2014; Effective July 1, 2014

 

*4294. By Del. Ashley, Westfall, Manchin, Hunt, Skinner, Ellem, McCuskey, Shott, Morgan, Craig and Lane - Establishing standards for court reporters and entities that provide court reporting services - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4298. By Del. Manchin and Morgan - Changing the experience requirements of the composition of the members of the West Virginia Ethics Commission (original same as SB 484) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 4301.   By Del. Eldridge, Wells, Craig, Evans, A., Hamilton, Paxton, White, Marcum, Phillips, R., Perry and Young - Allowing limited reciprocal use of hunting and fishing licenses with the Commonwealth of Kentucky (original same as SB 404) - Passed 3/4/2014

 

 4302.   By Del. Skaff, Guthrie, Poore, Wells, Perry, Pasdon and Walters - Relating to elections for public school purposes - Passed 3/6/2014

 

*4304. By Del. Wells, Guthrie, Skaff, Fleischauer, Skinner, Manypenny, Barill, Smith, R., Walters, Poore and McCuskey - Providing rules for motor vehicles passing bicycles on roadways (original same as SB 349 and SB 608) - Passed 3/5/2014

 

*4312. By Del. Staggers and Lawrence - Creating a certification for emergency medical technician-industrial - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4316. By Del. Poling, M., Perry, Moye, Tomblin, Young, Barrett, Barill, Walker, Pasdon, Pethtel and Fragale - Creating the student data accessability, transparency and accountability act - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4318. By Del. Fleischauer, Longstreth, Campbell, Pethtel, Barrett, Barill, Jones, Stephens, Iaquinta, Rowan and Ireland - Continuing education of veterans mental health - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

 4332.   By Del. Border, Anderson, Ellem, Azinger, Perdue, Poling, D., Staggers, Ellington, Cowles, Fleischauer and Lane - Extending the time that certain nonprofit community groups are exempt from the moratorium on creating new nursing home beds - Passed 3/7/2014; Effective from passage

 

*4335. By Del. Phillips, L., Campbell, Guthrie, Poore, Staggers, Moore, Perdue, Poling, M., Eldridge, Fleischauer and Marshall - Relating to a child's right to nurse - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4339. By Del. Campbell, Hartman, Sponaugle, Manchin, White, Hamilton and Lynch - Ensuring that moneys from the Solid Waste Authority Closure Cost Assistance Fund are available to facilitate the closure of the Elkins-Randolph County Landfill and the Webster County Landfill (original similar to SB 565) - Passed 3/8/2014 - Effective ninety days from passage

 

*4343. By Del. Skaff, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Hartman, Miller, Barrett, Walters, Guthrie, Lawrence, Fragale, Young and Ashley - West Virginia Project Launchpad Act (original same as SB 312) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 4346.   By Del. Phillips, R., Caputo, Andes, Craig, Sumner, Pethtel, Marcum, Lynch, Tomblin, Eldridge and Barker - Establishing separate standards of performance for carbon dioxide emissions (original similar to SB 530) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4347. By Del. Shott, Sponaugle, Sobonya, Manchin, Lane, Poore and Pino - Relating to affirmative defenses against mechanics' liens (original similar to SB 568) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4349. By Del. Pethtel, Jones, Canterbury, Kump, Craig, Lynch and Ellem - Clarifying retirement dependent child scholarship and burial benefits under a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (original same as SB 451) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4350. By Del. Fleischauer, Ferro, Longstreth, Iaquinta, Barill, Paxton, Rowan, Eldridge, Phillips, L., Reynolds and Jones - Providing for the awarding of a West Virginia Veterans Medal and ribbon, and a West Virginia Service Cross and ribbon to certain qualifying West Virginia Veterans (original same as SB 468) - Passed 2/26/2014 - To Governor 3/6/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

 4359.   By Del. Guthrie - Relating to licensure of managing general agents of insurers (original similar to SB 407) - Passed 2/24/2014 - To Governor 3/5/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

*4360. By Del. Guthrie, Phillips, L., Poore, Sponaugle, Young, Skinner, Fragale, Skaff and Caputo - Relating to consumer credit protection - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4363. By Del. Perdue, Ferro, Diserio and Poore - Creating an informal dispute resolution process available to behavioral health providers - Passed 3/7/2014

 

 4365.   By Del. Pethtel, Jones, Canterbury, Kump, Craig, Lynch and Ellem - Relating to employer remittance and reporting of Teachers Retirement System member contributions to the retirement board - Passed 3/5/2014

 

 4372.   By Del. Moore, Campbell, Reynolds, Azinger and Nelson, E. - Permitting the Commissioner of Financial Institutions to require the filing of certain reports, data or information directly with the Division of Financial Institutions - Passed 2/24/2014 - To Governor 3/5/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

*4373. By Del. Poling, M., Barrett, Lawrence, Perry, Walker, Fragale, Campbell and Tomblin - Relating to driver education programs - Passed 3/7/2014

 

*4384. By Del. Campbell, Poling, M., Perry, Tomblin, Young, Barrett, Lawrence, Hartman, Phillips, L., Ferro and Hunt - Requiring teachers of students with exceptional needs to either be present at an individualized education program meeting or to read and sign a copy of the individualized education program plan - Passed 3/4/2014

 

*4392. By Del. Morgan, Diserio, Jones, Poling, D. and Barker - Regulating persons who perform work on heating, ventilating and cooling systems and fire dampers - Passed 3/6/2014

 

*4393. By Del. Swartzmiller, Wells, Manypenny, Ellem, Paxton, Fragale, Craig and Storch - Creating the Dangerous Wild Animals Act (original similar to SB 428) - Passed 3/6/2014

 

*4402. By Del. Manchin, Skinner, Sponaugle, Longstreth, Marcum, Lynch, Wells, Caputo, Marshall and Barrett - Providing a procedure for the conditional discharge for first offense underage purchase, consumption, sale, service or possession of alcoholic liquor - Passed 3/5/2014

 

*4410. By Del. Hartman - Redefining auctioneer exceptions (original same as SB 501) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 4421.   By Del. White, Skaff, Boggs, Barrett, Craig, Evans, A., Manchin, Reynolds, Storch, Swartzmiller and Marcum - Allowing the lottery to pay prizes utilizing other payment methods in addition to checks (original same as SB 494) - Passed 3/4/2014

 

*4425. By Del. White, Marcum, Ferro, Manchin, Poling, D., Caputo, Boggs, Swartzmiller, Craig, Barker and Skaff - Giving the Superintendent of State Police authority to hire additional staff - Passed 3/6/2014

 

 4431.   By Del. Swartzmiller, Diserio, Poling, D., Jones, Boggs, Lynch, Young, Phillips, R., Marcum, Manypenny and Ferro - Clarifying that persons who possess firearms, hunting dogs or other indicia of hunting do not necessarily need to have a hunting license (original similar to SB 298) - Passed 3/7/2014

 

*4432. By Del. Guthrie, Hartman, Perry and Ashley - Adopting Principle Based Reserving as the method by which life insurance company reserves are calculated - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 4437.   By Del. Perry, Morgan, Eldridge, Campbell and Poling, M. - Relating to the Division of Juvenile Services - Passed 3/4/2014

 

 4445.   By Del. Eldridge, Hartman, Barrett, Fleischauer, Campbell, Hamilton, Lynch and Sponaugle - Modifying the definition of "battery" and "domestic battery" - Passed 3/4/2014

 

*4449. By Del. Phillips, R., Lynch, Tomblin, Eldridge, Barker, Marcum, White, Caputo, Skaff, Craig and Sumner - Including proximity detection systems and cameras used on continuous mining machines and underground haulage equipment for tax credit purposes - Passed 3/6/2014

 

 4457.   By Del. Lawrence, Raines, Staggers, Fleischauer, Longstreth, Marshall, Hunt, Barrett, Moore, Phillips, L. and Skinner - Authorizing a legislative rule for the Council of Community and Technical College Education regarding WV EDGE program - Passed 3/5/2014; Effective from passage

 

 4460.   By Del. Caputo, Swartzmiller, Eldridge, Storch, Azinger, Poling, D., Iaquinta and Ellem - Relating to violating provisions of the civil service law for paid fire departments - Passed 3/7/2014

 

*4473. By Del. Fleischauer, Manypenny, Poore, Marshall, Iaquinta, Skinner and Hamilton - Relating to establishing voting precincts and changing the composition of standard receiving boards - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4480. By Del. Craig and Skaff - Relating to investment of the Acid Mine Drainage Fund - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 4488.   By Del. Morgan, Poore, Poling, D., Fleischauer, Manypenny and Sponaugle - Eliminating the requirement for notarization of the articles of incorporation for cooperative associations - Passed 3/5/2014

 

*4496. By Del. Skaff, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Armstead, Lane, Nelson, E., Fragale, Moore, McCuskey and Poore - Providing for the allocation of matching funds from future moneys deposited into the West Virginia Research Trust Fund (original same as SB 560) - Passed 3/6/2014

 

 4503.   By Del. Marshall, Iaquinta, Williams, Anderson and Evans, A. - Declaring certain claims against the state and its agencies to be moral obligations of the state - Passed 3/6/2014; Effective from passage

 

 4504.   By Del. Perry, Morgan, Campbell and Ellem - Providing for sharing juvenile records in certain circumstances with another state (original same as SB 544) - Passed 2/28/2014 - To Governor 3/6/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

 4529.   By Del. Manchin, Ferro, Lawrence, Pethtel, Boggs and Skaff - Relating to the sale of wine - Passed 3/7/2014

 

*4538. By Del. Staggers, Morgan and Stephens - Relating to the Board of Dentistry - Passed 3/7/2014

 

 4549.   By Del. Manchin, Moore, Eldridge and Skaff - Clarifying the regulation of nonintoxicating beer brewers and distributors, agreements, networks, products, brands and extensions of a line of brands (original same as SB 597) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4552. By Del. Hunt, Sponaugle, Wells and Manypenny - Relating to the court of claims - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4560. By Del. Manchin, Caputo, Longstreth, Skinner, Moore, Wells, Poling, M. and Sponaugle - Relating to reimbursement for copies of medical records - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 4588.   By Del. Perry, Reynolds, Skaff, Smith, P., Pino, Moye, Eldridge, Campbell, Stephens, Marcum and Barker - Protecting unborn children who are capable of experiencing pain by prohibiting abortion after twenty weeks (original similar to SB 388) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 4601.   By Del. White (By Request), Boggs and Skaff - Relating to fiscal management and regulation of publicly-owned utilities - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*4608. By Del. Barrett, Lawrence, Young, Tomblin and Campbell - Defining dyslexia and dyscalculia (original similar to SB 412) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 4618.   By Del. Perry, Young, Tomblin, Fragale, Williams, Walker, Espinosa, Cooper, Moye, Sumner and Evans, D. (Originating in House Education) - Establishing transformative system of support for early literacy - Passed 3/5/2014

 

 4619.   By Del. Poling, M., Perry, Pethtel, Lawrence, Barrett, Campbell, Rowan, Pasdon, Hamrick, Westfall and Ambler (Originating in House Education) - Authorizing innovation school districts - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 4621.   By Del. Boggs, Guthrie, Iaquinta, Perdue, Pethtel, Phillips, R., Poling, D., Williams, Canterbury, Cowles and Gearheart (Originating in House Finance) - Expiring funds to the Board of Risk and Insurance Management, Patient Injury Compensation Fund from the Board of Risk and Insurance Management Medical Liability Fund - Passed 3/7/2014; Effective from passage

 


HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY BOTH HOUSES

 

 108.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Del. Armstead, Manchin, Boggs, Young, White, Barker, Sponaugle, Diserio, Ashley and O'Neal - Nonprofit Youth Organization Tax Exemption Support Amendment - Adopted 3/8/14

 


HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY BOTH HOUSES

 

 1.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) - Extending an invitation to His Excellency, the Governor, to deliver an address to the Legislature and raising a Joint Assembly therefor - Adopted 1/8/14

 

*2.       By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin and Marcum - The "USMC CPL Larry G. Carnutte Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/27/14

 

*4.       By Del. Tomblin, Phillips, R. and Marcum - The "Army Corporal Eldred Jennings Hensley Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/3/14

 

*5.       By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin and Marcum - The "Sergeant Elzie Mundy, Jr. Bridge" - Adopted 3/3/14

 

*6.       By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin and Marcum - The "Marine LCpl Benny A. Gilco Bridge" - Adopted 3/3/14

 

 7.         By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin and Marcum - The "Kerry Albright Road" - Adopted 2/27/14

 

*8.       By Del. Phillips, R., Marcum and Tomblin - The "Oral Gene Castle Bridge" - Adopted 3/3/14

 

*9.       By Del. Perry and Staggers - The "Army S/SGT Raymond Lawrence Berry Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/6/14

 

*10.     By Del. Walker, Perry, Pino and Staggers - The "Veterans Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/18/14

 

 11.       By Del. Evans, A. and Sponaugle - The "Pendleton County Union Veterans Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/4/14

 

 12.       By Del. Sponaugle and Evans, A. - The "Pendleton County Confederate Veterans Memorial Highway" - Adopted 3/3/14

 

*13.     By Del. Perry, Pino and Staggers - The "Thomas H. Stafford Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/18/14

 

 14.       By Del. Walker - The "Army Specialist Fifth Class Elton Dale Workman Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/20/14

 

*17.     By Del. Evans, A. and Sponaugle - The "Captain Isaac Alt West Virginia Militia Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/8/14

 

*19.     By Del. Hamilton and Azinger - The "Army Specialist 4 William Lewis Reger Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/20/14

 

*20.     By Del. Evans, A., Staggers and Lynch - The "Army Corporal William Eugene Shank Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/6/14

 

*23.     By Del. Hamilton - Army Sgt. Walter William Smith Memorial Bridge - Adopted 2/20/14

 

 25.       By Del. Williams, Moye, Campbell, Ferro, Manypenny, Marshall, Moore, Perdue, Pethtel, Perry, Pino, Stephens, Young, Rowan, O'Neal, Armstead, Ashley, Border, Ellem, Faircloth, Ferns, Householder, Raines, Sobonya and Westfall (Originating in House Senior Citizen Issues) - Urging the West Virginia Governor's Office and the Senate and House Finance Committees to include sufficient funds in the budget to eliminate the wait list for the Aged and Disabled Waiver program - Adopted 3/6/14

 

*27.     By Del. Poling, M. and Hamilton - The Audra Park Bridge in Memory of Army Sergeant John A. Charnoplosky - Adopted 2/24/14

 

*28.     By Del. Marcum, White, Phillips, R., Moore and Raines - William S. (Bill) Croaff Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/8/14

 

*32.     By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin, Barker and Eldridge - Joe "Toby" Slade Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/3/14

 

*34.     By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin, Barker and Eldridge - Marine Private Rudy Varney Bridge - Purple Heart Recipient - Adopted 3/8/14

 

*35.     By Del. Poling, M. - The Arden Bridge in Memory of Abbie Gall - Adopted 2/24/14

 

*36.     By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin, Marcum, Eldridge and Barker - Army Sergeant Billy E. Vinson Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/14

 

*37.     By Del. Pethtel - Army Sergeant Charles Leo Dulaney Memorial Bridge - Adopted 2/20/14

 

*38.     By Del. Wells, Guthrie and Skaff - W.T. (Big Bill) Elswick Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/4/14

 

*39.     By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin, Marcum, White, Eldridge and Barker - Army LTC Robert "Bob" Marslender Bridge - Adopted 3/6/14

 

 40.       By Del. Gearheart, Arvon, Moore, Staggers, Ambler, Cooper, Sponaugle, Barrett, Hamrick, Overington and Ellington - Designating "Take Me Home Country Roads" an official state song. - Adopted 3/7/14

 

 42.       By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Del. Swartzmiller, Ambler, Anderson, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barill, Barker, Barrett, Boggs, Border, Cadle, Campbell, Canterbury, Caputo, Craig, Diserio, Eldridge, Ellem, Ellington, Evans, A., Evans, D., Faircloth, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Folk, Fragale, Frich, Gearheart, Guthrie, Hamilton, Hamrick, Hartman, Hunt, Iaquinta, Jones, Kinsey, Longstreth, Lynch, Manchin, Manypenny, Marcum, Marshall, Miller, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Pasdon, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, L., Phillips, R., Pino, Poling, D., Poling, M., Poore, Reynolds, Romine, Rowan, Skaff, Skinner, Smith, P., Smith, R., Sobonya, Sponaugle, Staggers, Stephens, Storch, Sumner, Tomblin, Walker, Walters, Wells, Westfall, White, Williams and Young - Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012 - Adopted 2/11/14

 

*43.     By Del. Shott, Gearheart, Ellington and Moore - Dr. William Prudich Memorial Highway - Adopted 3/3/14

 

*44.     By Del. Moore, Phillips, L., Marcum and White - Carnie L. Spratt Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/14

 

*45.     By Del. Miller, Craig, Eldridge, Phillips, R., Morgan, Barker and Sobonya - U.S. Army SFC Bob L. VandeLinde Bridge - Adopted 3/3/14

 

*47.     By Del. Phillips, L., Moore and White - Army SFC Michael Joe "Joey" Marushia Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/14

 

*48.     By Del. Phillips, L., Moore and White - Corporal Tracy Thurman Walls Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/14

 

 49.       By Del. Barker, Phillips, R., Tomblin, Eldridge, Barill, Marcum and White - Army PFC Lilborn Dillon Memorial Road - Adopted 3/8/14

 

*54.     By Del. Caputo, Longstreth and Manchin - Chief Denzil O. Lockard Memorial Bridge - Adopted 2/18/14

 

*55.     By Del. Caputo, Longstreth and Manchin - Alex Angelino Memorial Bridge - Adopted 2/18/14

 

*56.     By Del. Romine, Evans, A., Hartman, Campbell, Sponaugle and Pethtel - Army SSG Jesse Adam Ault Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/4/14

 

 57.       By Del. Williams, Moye, Campbell, Ferro, Manypenny, Marshall, Moore, Perdue, Pethtel, Perry, Pino, Stephens, Young, Rowan, O'Neal, Armstead, Ashley, Border, Faircloth, Ferns, Sobonya, Westfall and Ellington (Originating in House Senior Citizen Issues) - Providing for the licensing of adult day health centers that implement a hybrid model of care - Adopted 3/6/14

 

 59.       By Del. Williams, Moye, Campbell, Ferro, Manypenny, Marshall, Moore, Perdue, Pethtel, Perry, Pino, Stephens, Young, Rowan, O'Neal, Armstead, Ashley, Border, Faircloth, Ferns, Sobonya and Westfall (Originating in House Senior Citizen Issues) - Urging the Governor to direct the Bureau of Senior Services to issue a report on the needs for in-home care - Adopted 3/8/14

 

*60.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Del. Iaquinta, Fragale and Hamrick - Lester W. 'Cappy' Burnside, Jr. Bridge - Adopted 3/8/14

 

*63.     By Del. Hunt and Manchin - Army SPC Gary Wayne Hudnall Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/14

 

*64.     By Del. Smith, P. - SSG Earl F. (Fred) Brown Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/8/14

 

*65.     By Del. Paxton, Longstreth, Iaquinta, Andes, McCuskey, Guthrie, Wells, Young, Tomblin, Perdue, Smith, P. and Boggs - Army SP4 Harold "Skip" Grouser Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/8/14

 

*66.     By Del. Paxton, Marshall, Craig, Young, Stephens, Westfall, Hamilton, Iaquinta, Kinsey, Barker and Reynolds - Quentin H. Wickline Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/8/14

 

*69.     By Del. Cadle, Hartman, Smith, P., Butler, Andes, Arvon, Azinger, Cooper, Ellem, Ellington, Hamrick, Espinosa, Evans, A., Faircloth, Folk, Householder, Howell, Iaquinta, Ireland, Miller, Pasdon, Paxton, Poore, Romine, Rowan, Shott and Westfall - U.S. Army Corporal John L. Gibbs Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/14

 

*70.     By Del. Ferns, Storch, Evans, D., Ferro and Diserio - U.S. Army Sgt. Matthew D. Hunter Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/14

 

*71.     By Del. Wells - Army Private William C. Bias Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/8/14

 

*73.     By Del. Ferns and Storch - U.S. Army Captain David Van Camp Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/14

 

*74.     By Del. Perry, Staggers and Pino - Deputy Roger Lee Treadway Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/14

 

 75.       By Del. Armstead and Walker - Army SPC 4 Marvin Dewayne Canterbury Memorial Highway - Adopted 3/6/14

 

*76.     By Del. Perdue and Kinsey - Army PFC Richard Lee Lakin Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/14

 

*79.     By Del. Cadle, Arvon, Boggs, Butler, Espinosa, Evans, A., Folk, Householder, Howell, Ireland, Romine, Rowan, Shott and Sumner - Ord Brothers Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/5/14

 

*82.     By Del. Skaff, Wells, Guthrie, Poore, Armstead, Nelson, E., Lane, Hunt, Walters and McCuskey - U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Kenneth Amick Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/5/14

 

 83.       By Del. Azinger, Iaquinta, Cooper, Paxton, Williams, Sobonya, Frich, Rowan, Evans, A., Romine, Hamilton, Eldridge, Kinsey, Ambler, Anderson, Arvon, Ashley, Barker, Barrett, Butler, Cadle, Campbell, Cowles, Evans, D., Canterbury, Guthrie, Lawrence, Diserio, Ellington, Espinosa, Faircloth, Ferns, Folk, Gearheart, Hartman, Householder, Howell, Hunt, Ireland, Lynch, Marshall, McCuskey, Miller, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Nelson, E., Overington, Pasdon, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, L., Phillips, R., Pino, Poling, D., Poling, M., Poore, Reynolds, Shott, Skaff, Skinner, Smith, P., Smith, R., Sponaugle, Stephens, Storch, Sumner, Walker, Walters, Wells, Westfall and Young - Requesting Congress erect a national monument to motherhood - Adopted 3/6/14

 

 105.     By Del. Swartzmiller - Urging Congress to pass the Safe Freight Act - Adopted 3/8/14

 

 107.     By Del. White and Phillips, R. - "William Dakota "Kody" Faine Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/6/14

 

 140.     By Del. Manchin, Iaquinta, Fragale, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Hamrick, Caputo and Longstreth - James D. LaRosa Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/8/14

 


SENATE BILLS PASSED LEGISLATURE

 

 3.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cookman, Blair, Fitzsimmons, D. Hall, Nohe, Wells, Miller, McCabe, Tucker and M. Hall - Creating Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death Act (original same as HB 4011 - similar to HB 2488) - Passed 3/7/2014

 

*12.     By Sen. Stollings - Relating to expedited partner therapy treatment - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*58.     By Sen. Cookman, Miller, Plymale and Fitzsimmons - Relating to basis for voidable marriages and annulments - Passed 3/5/2014

 

 88.       By Sen. Laird and Plymale - Relating to claims for total loss and debris removal proceeds under farmers' mutual fire insurance companies - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*90.     By Sen. Laird, Cookman and Fitzsimmons - Creating criminal offense for interfering or preventing call for assistance of emergency service personnel - Passed 3/5/2014

 

*133.   By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

*140.   By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Department of Commerce promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

*155.   By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

*165.   By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Department of Transportation promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/7/2014; Effective from passage

 

*167.   By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Department of Revenue promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

*181.   By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Department of Administration promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

*196.   By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Division of Rehabilitation Services promulgate legislative rule relating to Ron Yost Personal Assistance Services Act Board - Passed 3/7/2014; Effective from passage

 

 202.     By Sen. Unger - Creating Benefit Corporation Act - Passed 3/7/2014; Effective July 1, 2014

 

*204.   By Sen. Unger and Kessler (Mr. President) - Relating to crime victims compensation awards - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

 209.     By Sen. Beach, Miller, Cookman, Walters and Fitzsimmons - Allowing special needs students to participate in graduation ceremonies - Passed 3/6/2014; Effective from passage

 

*252.   By Sen. Palumbo and Nohe - Allowing certain expelled students to return to school through Juvenile Drug Court - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*253.   By Sen. Palumbo and Laird - Clarifying code for Community-Based Pilot Demonstration Project to Improve Outcomes for At-Risk Youth - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*267.   By Sen. Palumbo, Kessler (Mr. President), Cookman and Fitzsimmons - Ensuring state courts' jurisdiction of fraudulent or unauthorized purchasing card use - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*307.   By Sen. Cann, Williams, Cookman and Palumbo - Authorizing community corrections programs to operate pretrial release program - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 314.     By Sen. Williams and Sypolt - Appropriating hotel occupancy tax proceeds to counties with no more than one hospital (original similar to HB 4249) - Passed 3/5/2014

 

*315.   By Sen. Wells - Clarifying use of certain funds under Military Authority Act - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

*317.   By Sen. Unger, Nohe, Kessler (Mr. President), D. Hall, Stollings, Tucker, Cann, Fitzsimmons, Kirkendoll, Miller, Laird, Williams, Yost, Beach, Edgell, Plymale, Prezioso and Snyder - Relating to municipal firearm laws (original similar to HB 2760 and HB 4288) - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

*322.   By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing state compensate officials, officers and employees every two weeks with certain exceptions (original same as HB 4150) - Passed 3/5/2014; Effective July 1, 2014

 

 325.     By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing State Fire Marshal serve at will and pleasure of Fire Commission (original same as HB 4153) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 327.     By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Updating terms in Corporation Net Income Tax Act (original same as HB 4174) - Passed 3/4/2014; Effective from passage

 

 328.     By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Terminating Strategic Research and Development Tax Credit (original same as HB 4148) - Passed 3/5/2014; Effective from passage

 

 331.     By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Requiring certain accelerated payment of consumers sales and service and use tax and employee withholding taxes (original same as HB 4158) - Passed 3/5/2014; Effective from passage

 

 341.     By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation from State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund to Division of Human Services (original same as HB 4176) - Passed 2/5/2014; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/12/14 - Approved by Governor 2/13/14

 

 346.     By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation from Lottery Net Profits to DNR and Bureau of Senior Services (original same as HB 4181) - Passed 1/29/2014; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/4/14 - Approved by Governor 2/4/14

 

 350.     By Sen. Miller, Stollings, Snyder, Plymale, Laird, D. Hall, Unger and Beach - Requiring Agriculture Commissioner propose legislative rules for Rural Rehabilitation Loan Program - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

*353.   By Sen. Williams, Beach, D. Hall, Miller, Sypolt, Stollings, Tucker and Plymale - Relating to timber theft in state forests (original same as HB 4202) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*356.   By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to purchasing reforms (original same as HB 4185) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*357.   By Sen. Williams, Beach, D. Hall, Miller, Sypolt, Plymale and Tucker - Relating to Logging Sediment Control Act civil and criminal penalties (original same as HB 4201) - Passed 3/7/2014

 

 359.     By Sen. Beach, Palumbo, Cann, Cookman, Fitzsimmons, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Carmichael, Nohe, Walters, Plymale, Stollings and Snyder - Removing hand canvassing requirements of electronic voting machines (original same as HB 4198) - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

*365.   By Sen. Miller, Snyder and Williams - Excepting certain Ethics Act provisions for elected conservation district supervisors - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

*373.   By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Palumbo, Plymale, Laird, Yost, Miller, Prezioso, Fitzsimmons, Wells, Cann, Chafin, Tucker, Stollings, Cookman and Snyder - Relating to water resources protection (original similar to HB 4255, HB 4285 and SB 355) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 375.     By Sen. Cann and Snyder - Excluding certain personal property from TIF assessment - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*376.   By Sen. Yost, Fitzsimmons, Kessler (Mr. President) and Wells - Requiring certain construction workers complete OSHA safety program (original similar to HB 4353) - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective July 1, 2014

 

*378.   By Sen. Cookman - Relating to special speed limitations as to waste service vehicles - Passed 3/5/2014

 

 380.     By Sen. Beach and Stollings - Redefining "all-terrain and utility terrain vehicles" - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*383.   By Sen. Tucker, Barnes, D. Hall and Snyder - Permitting certain residential real estate owners limited exemptions from licensing requirements (original same as HB 4116) - Passed 3/7/2014; Effective July 1, 2014

 

*387.   By Sen. Cole, Blair, Carmichael, D. Hall, M. Hall, Jenkins, McCabe, Walters, Williams and Nohe - Clarifying duly authorized officers have legal custody of their prisoners while in WV - Passed 3/6/2014

 

*391.   By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing salary increase for teachers and school service personnel (original same as HB 4261 - similar to SB 303) - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective July 1, 2014

 

*393.   By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Amending funding levels and date Governor may borrow from Revenue Shortfall Reserve Fund (original same as HB 4282) - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

 394.     By Sen. Laird, Stollings, Plymale, Wells, Beach, Chafin, Tucker, Boley, Carmichael and Jenkins - Redesignating Health Sciences Scholarship Program as Health Sciences Service Program (original same as HB 4296) - Passed 3/6/2014

 

*395.   By Sen. Palumbo - Relating to operation and oversight of certain human services benefit programs (original same as HB 4297) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*397.   By Sen. Williams, Laird, Unger, Tucker, Plymale, Palumbo and Stollings - Expanding scope of activities considered financial exploitation of elderly - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 402.     By Sen. Prezioso, Edgell and Plymale - Permitting recovery of service charge and fees charged to Tax Commissioner by financial institutions (original same as HB 4397) - Passed 2/20/2014 - To Governor 3/3/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

 403.     By Sen. Laird, Barnes, Edgell, Facemire, Prezioso, Snyder, Unger, Miller and Beach - Regulating importation and possession of certain injurious aquatic species (original same as HB 4293) - Passed 3/7/2014

 

*405.   By Sen. Cookman, Miller and Plymale - Requiring presiding judge's permission to release juror qualification forms after trial's conclusion - Passed 3/5/2014; Effective from passage

 

*408.   By Sen. Plymale - Relating to parole (original same as HB 4313) - Passed 3/5/2014; Effective from passage

 

*414.   By Sen. Prezioso, Edgell and Plymale - Redirecting nonprobate appraisement filings (original same as HB 4398) - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective July 1, 2014

 

*416.   By Sen. Prezioso and Edgell - Relating to tentative appraisals of industrial and natural resources property (original same as HB 4470) - Passed 3/4/2014

 

*425.   By Sen. Stollings and Edgell - Relating to licensure, supervision and regulation of physician assistants (original similar to HB 4289) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 426.     By Sen. Plymale - Relating to appointments to certain higher education commissions, councils and boards - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

*427.   By Sen. Beach - Relating to motor vehicle insurance (original similar to HB 2990) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*431.   By Sen. Beach - Relating to issuance and renewal of certain driver's licenses and federal ID cards - Passed 3/7/2014

 

*434.   By Sen. Beach - Eliminating revocation period for certain DUI offenders (original similar to HB 4377) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*439.   By Sen. Fitzsimmons, Kessler (Mr. President), Beach, Edgell and Yost - Permitting Ohio County Commission levy special district excise tax for Fort Henry (original same as HB 4247) - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

 443.     By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cann, Edgell and Carmichael - Relating to SPRS (original same as HB 4345) - Passed 2/20/2014; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/3/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

 444.     By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cann, Edgell, Carmichael and Plymale - Relating to PERS (original same as HB 4364) - Passed 2/20/2014; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/3/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

*450.   By Sen. Walters, Blair, Carmichael, McCabe, Palumbo and Wells - Relating to sale and consumption of alcoholic liquors in certain outdoor dining areas (original similar to HB 4436) - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

 452.     By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cann, Edgell, Carmichael and Plymale - Relating to TRS annuity calculation of member with reciprocal service credit (original same as HB 4366) - Passed 2/19/2014 - To Governor 3/3/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

 454.     By Sen. Miller, Cookman, D. Hall, Laird, Tucker, Williams and Snyder - Defining dam "owner" - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 456.     By Sen. Stollings - Extending expiration date for health care provider tax on eligible acute care hospitals - Passed 3/6/2014; Effective from passage

 

 457.     By Sen. Cookman, Miller, Laird, Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), Tucker and Snyder - Requiring programs for temporarily detained inmates in regional jails (original similar to HB 4338) - Passed 3/6/2014

 

*458.   By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Barnes, Fitzsimmons, Kirkendoll, Walters, Laird, Yost, Cookman and Stollings - Dedicating certain circuit court fees to fund low-income persons' civil legal services (original same as HB 4348 - similar to HB 4125) - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective July 1, 2014

 

 460.     By Sen. Miller, Laird, Unger, Beach, Snyder, Stollings and Jenkins - Permitting School of Osteopathic Medicine invest certain moneys in its foundation (original same as HB 4435) - Passed 3/4/2014 - To Governor 3/7/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

*461.   By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Williams, Tucker, Plymale, Stollings, Snyder, Cookman, Palumbo, Fitzsimmons, Beach, Yost, Miller, D. Hall, Jenkins, McCabe, Wells, Edgell, Barnes, Blair, Boley, Cann, Chafin, Kirkendoll, Laird, Nohe, Prezioso, Sypolt, Unger, Walters, Green and M. Hall - Creating Future Fund - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*469.   By Sen. Miller, Yost, Wells, Carmichael, Snyder, Nohe, Williams, Jenkins, D. Hall, Edgell, Stollings, Laird and Sypolt - Creating Veterans and Warriors to Agriculture Program (original same as HB 4439) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 470.     By Sen. Cookman, Miller, Snyder, Fitzsimmons, Williams, D. Hall and Stollings - Providing completed grand jury questionnaires are confidential - Passed 3/4/2014

 

*477.   By Sen. Tucker, Beach, Cann, Edgell, Fitzsimmons, Green, D. Hall, Miller, Palumbo, Plymale, Snyder, Williams, Kessler (Mr. President), Yost, Wells, Nohe, Cookman and Stollings - Providing teachers determine use of time during planning period - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 483.     By Sen. Laird, Plymale, Miller and Stollings - Renaming administrative heads of Potomac campus of WVU and WVU Institute of Technology (original same as HB 4420) - Passed 3/6/2014; Effective from passage

 

 485.     By Sen. Kirkendoll, Beach, D. Hall, Miller, Snyder, Barnes, Stollings and Plymale - Exempting DOH from certain permitting requirements of Natural Stream Preservation Act - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*486.   By Sen. Snyder, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Williams, Wells, Miller, D. Hall, Jenkins, Green and Barnes - Establishing salaries and providing raises for State Police forensic lab employees (original same as HB 4408 - similar to SB 63) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*499.   By Sen. Kirkendoll, McCabe, Edgell, Cann, M. Hall, Carmichael, Plymale, Palumbo and Nohe - Making Prudent Investor Act primary standard of care for Investment Management Board (original same as HB 4492) - Passed 3/3/2014 - To Governor 3/7/14

 

*507.   By Sen. Snyder and Plymale - Relating to Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective July 1, 2014

 

*523.   By Sen. Green, D. Hall, Facemire, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Prezioso, Wells, Plymale, Carmichael, Jenkins, Yost and Stollings - Providing for additional state veterans skilled nursing facility in Beckley - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*535.   By Sen. Tucker, Laird, D. Hall and Miller - Clarifying definition of "ginseng" - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 547.     By Sen. Palumbo, Beach and Nohe - Clarifying municipalities can increase and decrease voting wards and/or council members - Passed 3/10/2014; Effective from passage

 

*553.   By Sen. Edgell, Fitzsimmons, Cookman, Yost and Beach - Relating to deadlines for independent candidates to file for municipal elections (original same as HB 4491) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 558.     By Sen. Facemire, Edgell and Blair - Finding and declaring certain claims against state - Passed 3/6/2014; Effective from passage

 

 572.     By Sen. Tucker, Fitzsimmons and Edgell - Relating to financing statements covering as-extracted collateral or timber to be cut (original same as HB 4521) - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*574.   By Sen. Tucker, Fitzsimmons and Edgell - Clarifying mobile home permanently attached to real estate is not personal property under certain conditions (original same as HB 4517) - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

*579.   By Sen. Unger, Cookman, Edgell, Laird, Miller, Palumbo, Snyder, Stollings and Kessler (Mr. President) - Creating Land Reuse Agency Authorization Act - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 585.     By Sen. Palumbo - Removing unconstitutional language regarding access to rail lines - Passed 3/8/2014

 

 586.     By Sen. Palumbo - Removing unconstitutional language regarding jurors and verdicts permitted in certain civil litigation - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*600.   By Sen. Yost, Snyder, Miller, Laird, Edgell and Fitzsimmons - Relating to municipal ordinance compliance regarding dwellings unfit for habitation and vacant buildings and properties (original similar to HB 4583) - Passed 3/6/2014

 

 601.     By Sen. Palumbo - Removing unconstitutional language regarding relief in circuit court against erroneous assessments - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*602.   By Sen. Stollings, Beach, Jenkins and Laird - Requiring health care providers wear ID badges - Passed 3/6/2014

 

*603.   By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Miller, Facemire, Cann, Edgell, Green, D. Hall, McCabe, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale and Jenkins - Relating to testing for presence of methane in underground mines (original similar to HB 4551) - Passed 3/6/2014

 

*619.   By Sen. Tucker - Exempting certain critical access hospitals from certificate of need requirement - Passed 3/8/2014

 

*621.   By Sen. Fitzsimmons, Kessler (Mr. President), Edgell, Yost and Cookman - Authorizing insurers offer flood insurance - Passed 3/7/2014

 

*623.   By Sen. Palumbo, Tucker and Snyder - Requiring notification of certain substance abuse screening of mine personnel - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 

 631.     By Sen. Snyder (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Extending time for Fayetteville City Council to meet as levying body - Passed 3/8/2014; Effective from passage

 


SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY BOTH HOUSES

 

*1.       By Sen. Barnes and Tucker - Requesting DOH name Becky's Creek Bridge, Randolph County, "U. S. Army Sgt. Cecil W. Kittle, Jr., Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/28/14

 

*2.       By Sen. Cann and Yost - Requesting DOH name bridge in Harrison County "U. S. Navy Petty Officer First Class Kevin S. Rux Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/24/14

 

*3.       By Sen. Cann and Yost - Requesting DOH name bridge in Gypsy, Harrison County, "U. S. Navy Seaman First Class Sam Lopez Bridge" - Adopted 2/24/14

 

 4.         By Sen. Cann and Yost - Requesting DOH name new bridge crossing West Fork of Monongahela River at Shinnston "Veterans Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/24/14

 

 5.         By Sen. Wells, McCabe, Palumbo, Walters, Yost and Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge in Kanawha County "Army PFC William Floyd Harrison Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/24/14

 

 7.         By Sen. Beach, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Miller, Williams, Jenkins, Prezioso, Wells, D. Hall, Stollings and Cann - Requesting Star City interchange on I-79 in Morgantown be named "Michael A. Oliverio, Sr., Interchange" - Adopted 1/22/14

 

*8.       By Sen. Cann, Stollings, Plymale and Wells - Requesting DOH name bridge in West Milford, Harrison County, "USMC Cpl. Gene William Somers, Jr., Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/24/14

 

*9.       By Sen. Cookman, Stollings, Plymale, Wells and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name portion of U. S. Rt. 522 "Trooper First Class Thomas Dean Hercules and Trooper Charles Henry Johnson Memorial Highway" - Adopted 2/24/14

 

*10.     By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Switzer, Logan County, "U. S. Army Cpl. James Melvin 'Pete' Spradlin Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/24/14

 

*11.     By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Logan "U. S. Army Major Thomas McElwain Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/24/14

 

*15.     By Sen. Plymale, Beach, Stollings, Jenkins and Edgell - Requesting DOH name bridge on Rt. 2, Cabell County, "U. S. Army PFC Homer 'Clyde' Farley and U. S. Army PFC Max O. Farley Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/6/14

 

*17.     By Sen. Laird, Miller, Unger, Plymale, Stollings, Cole and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Greenbrier County "U. S. Army Sgt. James Lee Holcomb Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/6/14

 

*19.     By Sen. Stollings, Kirkendoll, Unger, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Lincoln County "U. S. Army Sergeant Paul Norman Chapman Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/6/14

 

 20.       By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Barnes, Blair, Cann, Carmichael, Cole, M. Hall, Kirkendoll, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Palumbo, Stollings, Sypolt, Walters, Wells, Williams, Yost, Snyder, Tucker, Plymale, Prezioso, Cookman, Fitzsimmons, Jenkins and D. Hall - Recognizing value and importance of state's innovation industry - Adopted 3/6/14

 

*21.     By Sen. Green, Stollings, Cole, D. Hall and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Raleigh County "U. S. Army PFC Shelby Dean Stover Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/6/14

 

 22.       By Sen. Cookman, Plymale and Blair - Requesting DOH name I-81 overpass "Deputy John L. Burkett III Memorial Overpass" - Adopted 3/4/14

 

 27.       By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings, Plymale, Laird, McCabe, Prezioso, Yost, Wells, Miller, Cookman, Palumbo and Jenkins - Urging President and Congress establish provisions to prevent and respond to chemical spills in state and national waters - Adopted 3/6/14

 

*28.     By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Unger and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name road in Logan County "Joshua Walls Memorial Highway" - Adopted 3/8/14

 

 32.       By Sen. Beach, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings and Plymale - Requesting DOH name bridge in Calhoun County "U. S. Army Sergeant Robert Odell Orders Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/19/14

 

*41.     By Sen. Chafin, Stollings, Jenkins, D. Hall and Cole - Requesting DOH name portion of Rt. 83 in McDowell County "U. S. Army MSG Joe C. Alderman Memorial Road" - Adopted 3/8/14

 

*44.     By Sen. Prezioso, Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President), Cann, Beach and Edgell - Requesting DOH name bridge in Marion County "Sheriff Junior Slaughter Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/6/14

 

*50.     By Sen. Miller, Laird, Plymale, Jenkins, Green, Cole, Unger and Wells - Requesting DOH name portion of State Rt. 20, Hinton, Summers County, "USMC Sgt. Mecot E. Camara Memorial Highway" - Adopted 3/8/14

 

*52.     By Sen. Wells, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale, Jenkins, D. Hall, Green, Edgell, Cookman, Yost and Unger - Requesting DOH place signage along highways entering WV honoring fallen veterans and Gold Star Families - Adopted 3/8/14

 

 60.       By Sen. Prezioso, Edgell, Plymale, Stollings, Unger and Green - Requesting DOH name section of Rt. 1 in Marion County "USAF Sergeant Jerome E. Kiger Memorial Road" - Adopted 3/8/14

 

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