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Day 08 (02-17-2009)
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hab04-10-59
HOUSE ABSTRACT


2009 REGULAR SESSION


CONTAINING


Active House Bills as of April 10, 2009

AND

BILLS INTRODUCED AND REFERRED


*Denotes Committee Substitutes


ACTIVE HOUSE BILLS



2050.
By Del. Craig and Morgan - Expanding the counties covered by West Virginia Route 2 and Interstate 68 Authority to include Cabell, Mason and Jackson counties; and increasing the number of members - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Government Organization - (Original same as SB13) - Amended - Passed House 03/20/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/23/09 - To Government Organization - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules


*2170.
By Del. Brown, Poling, D., Talbott, Miley, Overington and Sobonya - Authorizing the Department of Commerce to promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/19/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09 - Effect from passage


*2218.
By Del. Brown, Poling, D., Talbott, Miley, Overington and Sobonya - Authorizing the Department of Transportation to promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Finance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/12/09 - Passed House 03/27/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 04/08/09 - Effective from passage - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 04/10/09


*2225.
By Del. Brown, Poling, D., Talbott, Miley, Overington and Sobonya - Authorizing the Department of Education and the Arts to Promulgate Legislative Rules - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/19/09 - Passed House 03/17/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/18/09 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - Effective from passage - To Governor 4/9/09


*2305.
By Del. Webster, Wells, Ferro, Miley, Frazier, Schoen, Lane, Wooton, Hunt and Barker - Revising appointment and compensation provisions of the Supreme Court Clerk and his or her staff - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 02/18/09 - To Senate 02/19/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/03/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*2309.
By Del. Morgan, Martin, Argento, Beach, Eldridge, Andes and Miller, C. - Updating the law governing the practice of occupational therapy - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/23/09 - To Senate 02/24/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2335.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to the federal "Yellow Ribbon G. I. Education Enhancement Program" - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as SB 245 - similar to SB 480) - To House Finance 03/02/09 - Passed House 03/17/09 - To Senate 03/18/09 - To Education then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/02/09 - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2401.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Providing for the expiration of the alternative minimum tax - Introduced 02/13/09 - To Finance - (Original same as SB 248) - Passed House 03/19/09 - To Senate 03/20/09 - To Finance - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2412.
By Del. Argento - Providing certain county commissions with authority to regulate the location of businesses offering exotic entertainment - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - (Original similar to SB 394) - To House Judiciary 02/26/09 - Passed House 03/06/09 - To Senate 03/09/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2418.
By Del. Perry, Boggs, Morgan and Ellem - Relating to exempting certain records of the Division of Corrections and Regional Jail Authority from the Freedom of Information Act that, if released, could aid inmates in committing unlawful acts - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Judiciary - (Original same as SB 252) - Passed House 03/04/09 - To Senate 03/05/09 - To Judiciary - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*2419.
By Del. Perry, Boggs, Morgan, Ellem and Webster - Providing inmates a reduction in sentence for completion of education and rehabilitation programs - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Judiciary - (Original same as SB 254) - Passed House 02/23/09 - To Senate 02/24/09 - To Judiciary - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*2421.
By Del. Staggers, Perry, Shaver, Rodighiero, Moye, Swartzmiller, Martin, Argento, Crosier, Poling, D. and Manypenny - Requires that inoperable fire hydrants be painted black and be reported to emergency dispatch centers - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/26/09 - Amended - Passed House 03/09/09 - Title amended - To Senate 03/10/09 - To Government Organization - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*2423.
By Del. Morgan - Relating to the Board of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Technology - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 02/24/09 - Passed House 03/16/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective from passage


*2464.
By Del. Spencer, Hatfield, Guthrie, Poling, M. and Morgan - Authorizing county commissions to designate locations for early voting other than the county courthouse or annex - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - (Original same as SB 314) - To House Judiciary 03/19/09 - Passed House 03/27/09 - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


2474.
By Del. Argento, Talbott, Martin, Staggers, Evans, Williams, Tabb, Miller, C. and Beach - Exempting land-based finfish aquaculture facilities from certain sludge management requirements - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - (Original same as SB 234) - To House Judiciary 02/27/09 - Passed House 03/09/09 - To Senate 03/10/09 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To Judiciary 04/02/09 - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


2485.
By Del. Border and Perdue - Allowing pharmacy interns to vend pseudoephedrine and other chemical precursors of methamphetamine - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/17/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/08/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2504.
By Del. Williams, Boggs, Argento, Poling, D., Pethtel, Marshall, Butcher, Ennis, Rowan and Manypenny - Establishing the Silver Alert Plan, an alert system for missing cognitively impaired persons - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/19/09 - Passed House 02/25/09 - To Senate 02/26/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 04/03/09 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*2528.
By Del. Morgan, Martin, Argento, Beach, Caputo, Cann, Eldridge and Andes - Updating the regulation of the practice of forestry - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/26/09 - To Senate 02/27/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2530.
By Del. Perry and Poling, M. - Relating to further defining professional student support personnel - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as SB 270) - To House Finance 03/02/09 - Passed House 03/26/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Education then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate with amended title 04/10/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09 - Effective July 1, 2009


*2531.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens and Argento - Updating the regulation of the practice of barbers and cosmetologists - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/26/09 - To Senate 02/27/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2532.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Martin and Swartzmiller - Creating licensure for Marriage and Family Therapists - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/26/09 - To Senate 02/27/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*2535.
By Del. Wooton - Creating a tax credit for certain solar energy systems - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance - (Original same as SB 608) - To House Finance 03/20/09 - Amended - Passed House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Finance - On 2nd reading 04/11/09


2541.
By Del. Hamilton, Argento, Ireland, Evans, Eldridge, Guthrie, Webster and Schadler - Including poultry among those domesticated farm animals or stock which the owner shall be liable for damages caused by those animals - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/05/09 - Passed House 03/20/09 - To Senate 03/23/09 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To Judiciary 04/02/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*2566.
By Del. Mahan, Brown, Eldridge, Ennis, Fragale, Longstreth, Ashley, Rowan and Schadler - Expanding applicability of increased penalties for crimes against certain protected persons - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Judiciary - (Original similar to SB 629 and SB 681) - Passed House 03/23/09 - To Senate 03/24/09 - To Judiciary - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2567.
By Del. Miley, Webster, Ellem, Hamilton, Mahan, Shook and Varner - Relating to filing agency rules with the Secretary of State under the Administrative Procedures Act - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 02/18/09 - Passed House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Judiciary - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*2621.
By Del. Guthrie, Hatfield, Shook, Miley, Webster and Martin - Prohibiting the use of cell phone and text-messaging devices while operating a motor vehicle except when using a hands-free device or in the case of an emergency - Introduced 02/18/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - (Original same as SB 637) - To House Judiciary 02/26/09 - Amended - Passed House 03/27/09 - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Judiciary - Com. amend. as amend - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 04/10/09


2652.
By Del. Talbott, Argento, Pethtel, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Beach, Williams, Anderson, Evans, Schoen and Miller, C. - Repealing the Tree Fruit Industry Self-Improvement Act of 1984 - Introduced 02/18/09 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/05/09 - Passed House 03/16/09 - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Agriculture - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*2684.
By Del. Moore, Webster, Brown, Overington and Schadler - West Virginia Drug Offender Accountability and Treatment Act - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as SB 516) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/11/09 - To Senate 03/12/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/06/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 04/08/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/09/09


*2685.
By Del. Blair, Guthrie and Walters - Amending the Uniform Principal and Income Act - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/04/09 - To Senate 03/05/09 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 03/13/09 - On second reading to Finance 04/06/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate with amended title 04/08/09 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 04/10/09 - Passed House 04/10/09


*2687.
By Del. Boggs, Campbell, Craig, Swartzmiller and Walters - Relating to infrastructure projects funded by the West Virginia Infrastructure Fund - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance - (Original same as SB 299) - To House Finance 03/05/09 - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 04/11/09


*2690.
By Del. Talbott, Argento, Pethtel, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Beach, Williams, Anderson, Evans, Schoen and Miller, C. - Updating language pertaining to indemnity for the death of diseased or infected animals - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/12/09 - Passed House 03/23/09 - To Senate 03/24/09 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To Judiciary 04/02/09 - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2694.
By Del. Boggs, Webster, Iaquinta, Ferro, Wooton, Schoen, Tabb, Fleischauer, Schadler, Hamilton and Hutchins - Establishing certain requirements for modification of custodial rights for parent's or guardian's that have been deployed to the United States Armed Forces - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Judiciary - (Original similar to SB 421 and SB 746) - Passed House 03/02/09 - To Senate 03/03/09 - To Military then Judiciary - To Judiciary 04/03/09 - Amended - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*2695.
By Del. Brown - Providing criminal penalties for a hunter who fails to render aid to a person the hunter shoots while hunting - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/12/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/08/09 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/10/09 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 04/10/09


*2701.
By Del. Shaver, Argento and Perry - Relating to an escape of any person from the custody of the Division of Juvenile Services - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/09/09 - To Senate 03/10/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 04/03/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2702.
By Del. Spencer - Relating to the Deputy Sheriff Retirement System Act - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - (Original same as SB 295) - To House Finance 02/26/09 - Passed House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Pensions then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*2703.
By Del. Spencer - Relating to the State Teachers Retirement System - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - (Original same as SB 287) - To House Finance 02/26/09 - Passed House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Pensions then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*2719.
By Del. Morgan and Doyle - Relating to the sale and distribution of craft beer - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/11/09 - To Senate 03/12/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/03/09 - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*2723.
By Del. Morgan, Martin, Argento, Beach, Caputo, Eldridge, Andes and Miller, C. - Authorizing liens by municipalities and requiring administrative procedures for the assessment and collection of delinquent municipal fees - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/17/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2737.
By Del. Webster, Frazier, Longstreth and Sobonya - Authorizing the Administrative Director of the Supreme Court of Appeals to hire regional or specialized probation officers - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as SB 393) - To House Finance 02/25/09 - Passed House 03/30/09 - To Senate 03/31/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/03/09 - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered passage of bill - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*2739.
By Del. Webster, Frazier, Fleischauer, Miley and Longstreth - Enhancing the service and enforcement of domestic violence protective orders issued by state courts - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Judiciary - (Original same as SB 423) - Passed House 03/25/09 - To Senate 03/26/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*2753.
By Del. Stephens, Klempa, Poling, D., Swartzmiller and Perry - Relating to the continuation of the Design-Build Program - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (Original same as SB 390) - To House Finance 03/11/09 - Passed House 03/30/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/31/09 - To Finance - Amended - Passed Senate 04/08/09 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/09/09 - Effect from passage


*2767.
By Del. Manchin, Beach, Cann, Doyle, Lawrence, Miley, Tabb and Varner - Changing the membership of the PEIA Financial Board - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 03/17/09 - Passed House 03/30/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To Senate 03/31/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered effective date and passage - Recommitted to Government Organization 04/10/09


*2771.
By Del. Poling, D., Hamilton, Ellem, Shook, Klempa, Hatfield and Miley - Relating to the West Virginia Alcohol and Drug-Free Workplace Act - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/12/09 - Passed House 03/25/09 - To Senate 03/26/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/10/09


*2788.
By Del. Perry, Staggers, Williams, Ennis, Talbott, Perdue, Frazier, Fragale, Miley and Caputo - Protecting incapacitated adults from abuse or neglect by a caregiver - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Judiciary - (Original similar to SB 294) - To House Judiciary 02/26/09 - Recommitted to Judiciary on 2nd reading 03/18/09 - Amended - Passed House 04/01/09 - Title amended - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary - On 3rd reading with right to amend 04/10/09


2801.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Hatfield, Staggers, Perry, Perdue and Craig - Updating language and making technical changes and clarifications of the West Virginia Board of Medicine - Introduced 02/25/09 - To Government Organization - (Original similar to SB 427) - Passed House 03/11/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To Senate 03/12/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/10/09 - Effective July 1, 2009


*2819.
By Del. Brown, Poling, D., Talbott, Miley, Overington and Sobonya - Authorizing miscellaneous agencies and boards to promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 02/25/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/06/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - Effective from passage - Senate requests return of bill from House - Amended - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09 - Effect from passage


*2832.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to critical skills evaluations for students in grades three and eight - Introduced 02/26/09 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as SB 386) - To House Finance 03/23/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Education then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/10/09 - Effective July 1, 2009


*2836.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - School Innovation Zones Act - Introduced 02/26/09 - To Education - (Original same as SB 376) - Passed House 03/23/09 - To Senate 03/24/09 - To Education then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 04/10/09 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 04/10/09


2841.
By Del. Talbott and Argento - Extending the time for the city council of Richwood to meet as a levying body - Introduced 02/26/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/05/09 - Constitutional Rule dispensed - Passed House 03/12/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/13/09 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective from passage


*2860.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Regulating the sequestration and storage of carbon dioxide - Introduced 02/26/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as SB 396) - To House Finance 03/18/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*2863.
By Del. Manchin, White, Caputo, Morgan, Poling, M., Webster, Boggs, Fragale, Schadler and Perdue - Relating to construction of state utility projects - Introduced 02/27/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization - (Original same as SB 469 - similar to SB 517) - To House Government Organization 03/19/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09 - Effect from passage


*2869.
By Del. Fleischauer, Staggers, Susman, Caputo, Ferro, Michael, Brown, Hunt, Miley, Barker and Moore - Lengthening the time frame for the filing of post-primary and post general campaign financial statements - Introduced 02/27/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/16/09 - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Judiciary - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*2870.
By Del. Paxton, Stowers, Perry, Caputo, Boggs, Pethtel, Fragale, Poling, M., Duke, Campbell and Spencer - Extending the deadline of the buyback provision provided under the Teachers' Defined Contribution Retirement System to the State Teachers Retirement System - Introduced 02/27/09 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - (Original similar to SB 569) - To House Finance 03/12/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Finance - On 3rd reading with right to amend 04/11/09


*2877.
By Del. Lawrence, Phillips, Poling, D., Stowers, Ferro, Argento and Schadler - Increasing the monetary penalties, removing the possibility of incarceration and adding community service for a minor who misrepresents his or her age when purchasing alcohol - Introduced 02/27/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/18/09 - To Senate 03/19/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/08/09 - Laid over until 4/10/09, Special Calendar - Unfinished Business, Special Calendar 04/10/09 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 04/10/09 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 04/10/09


*2885.
By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Marshall, Michael, Moore, Rodighiero and Border - Establishing a uniform credentialing form and creating a single credentialing verification organization (CVO) - Introduced 03/02/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (Original same as SB 429) - To House Finance 03/10/09 - Passed House 03/27/09 - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To Finance 04/08/09 - On 2nd reading 04/11/09


*2904.
By Del. Poling, M. and Paxton - Authorizing rules for higher education - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Education - Passed House 03/16/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Education - Passed Senate 04/06/09 - Effective from passage - To Governor 4/9/09


2911.
By Del. Caputo, Poling, D., Boggs, Swartzmiller, Mahan, Miley, Martin, Argento, Guthrie, Walker and Duke - Establishing a state law-enforcement association members annual leave program - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (Original similar to SB 706) - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, House Calendar 04/11/09


2913.
By Del. Williams, Ennis, Pethtel, Morgan and Stephens - Relating to the Statewide Independent Living Council - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 03/05/09 - Passed House 03/16/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective from passage


*2916.
By Del. Staggers, Morgan, Poling, M., Caputo, Webster, White and Perdue - Relating to the Emergency Medical Services Act - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as SB 586) - To House Finance 03/16/09 - Passed House 03/30/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/31/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


2920.
By Del. Ellem - Eliminating the felony conviction for a second or subsequent conviction of petit larceny - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/19/09 - Title amended - To Senate 03/20/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 04/10/09


*2924.
By Del. Spencer, Barker, Iaquinta, Williams, Pethtel and Azinger - Relating to qualified military service for public employees retirement benefits - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 03/19/09 - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 04/11/09


*2926.
By Del. Manchin - Establishing a procedure for challenging a candidate's qualifications for elected office - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/05/09 - Passed House 03/27/09 - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


2931.
By Del. White and Campbell - Removing a severance tax on timber for tax years 2010 through 2013 - Introduced 03/04/09 - To Finance - (Original similar to SB 92) - Constitutional Rule dispensed - Passed House 03/12/09 - To Senate 03/13/09 - To Finance - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


2950.
By Del. Webster, Moore, Marshall, Hutchins, Morgan, White, Caputo, Hatfield, Brown, Frazier and Mahan - Creating the Neighborhood Housing and Economic Stabilization Program for low-income minority neighborhoods - Introduced 03/04/09 - To Judiciary - (Original same as SB 446) - Amended - Passed House 03/16/09 - Title amended - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Economic Development then Finance - To Finance 04/02/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 04/08/09 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/09/09 - Effect from passage


*2958.
By Del. Hamilton - Increasing the fines for a trespassing conviction pursuant to certain circumstances - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Judiciary - (Original similar to SB 143) - Passed House 03/25/09 - To Senate 03/26/09 - To Judiciary - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2961.
By Del. Fleischauer, Marshall, Beach, Shook, Pethtel, Shaver, Varner, Morgan, Perry, Reynolds and Craig - Adding two members to the institutional boards of governors of West Virginia University and Marshall University based upon race, gender and ethnicity - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Education then Finance - (Original similar to SB 611) - To House Finance 03/24/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Education then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/09/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/10/09 - Effective July 1, 2009


*2968.
By Del. Mahan, Sumner, Moye, Wooton and Susman - Requiring the State Fire Commission to establish safety standards for liquefied petroleum gas systems - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/11/09 - Amended - Passed House 03/20/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/23/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - Effective from passage - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered effective date and passage - Title amendment withdrawn - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective from passage


*2976.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Requiring the State Fire Commission to promulgate rules pertaining to the State Building Code - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as SB 504) - To House Finance 03/20/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


2981.
By Del. Fleischauer, Hatfield, Staggers, Doyle, Shook, Moore, Klempa, Brown, Susman, Frazier and Longstreth - Relating to primary elections and nominating procedures of third-party candidates - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary - Laid over on 3rd reading 4/10/09


*2999.
By Del. White, Campbell, Kominar, Doyle and Carmichael - Relating to the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement and the West Virginia consumers sales and service tax and use tax - Introduced 03/09/09 - To Finance - (Original same as SB 479) - Passed House 03/26/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Finance - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective from passage


*3000.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to a business and occupation tax on the business of the transmission of electricity through certain electric transmission lines - Introduced 03/09/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as SB 505) - To House Finance 03/24/09 - Amendments pending - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 04/11/09


3011.
By Del. Brown, Guthrie and Hatfield - Repealing the section of code relating to limitation on political activity of officers or employees in the administration of the Vocational Rehabilitation Program - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/18/09 - Passed House 03/25/09 - To Senate 03/26/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*3017.
By Del. Campbell and Canterbury - Exempting from the consumers sales and service tax and use tax any sales of donated clothing or clothing accessories - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Finance - (Original same as SB 710) - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Finance - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 04/10/09 - Senate receded and adopted 43 04/10/09


*3036.
By Del. Schoen - Relating to notice and publication requirements for expungement petitions - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate with amended title 04/08/09 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 04/10/09 - Passed House 04/10/09


3047.
By Del. White, Campbell, Poling, D. and Shook - Clarifying that the Director of the Public Employees Insurance Agency is authorized to enter into capitated provider arrangements for provision of primary health care services - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (Original same as SB 450) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/17/09 - To Senate 03/18/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To Finance 04/07/09 - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*3063.
By Del. Talbott, Argento and Shaver - Relating to hunting, tagging and reporting bear - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/19/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Natural Resources - Passed Senate 04/10/09


3066.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Martin, Talbott, Butcher, Argento and Poling, D. - Clarifying the supervision requirements for elevator apprentices under elevator safety - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Government Organization - Passed House 03/23/09 - To Senate 03/24/09 - To Labor - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*3074.
By Del. Miley - Allowing the Secretary of State to notify people with delinquent taxes by certified mail - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/24/09 - To Senate 03/25/09 - To Judiciary - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*3076.
By Del. Martin, Walker, Butcher, Poling, D., Poling, M., Boggs, Perry, Caputo, Hamilton and Ellem - Relating to the regulation and operation of cranes - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/30/09 - Title amended - To Senate 03/31/09 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*3120.
By Del. Morgan, Marshall, Talbott, Martin, Klempa and Paxton - Increasing the WV Prosecuting Attorneys Institute's executive council's elected members from five to seven and permitting the appointment of special prosecutors in juvenile delinquency, child abuse or neglect proceedings - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (Original similar to SB 577) - To House Judiciary 03/18/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/06/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*3130.
By Del. Perdue, Hamilton, Morgan, Guthrie, Fleischauer and Poling, M. - Increasing the barrel tax on nonintoxicating beer - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Finance - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 04/11/09


*3134.
By Del. Fleischauer, Beach, Marshall, Shook, Hunt, Frazier, Brown, Miley, Longstreth, Lawrence and Manchin - Municipal vote by mail pilot program - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


3170.
By Del. Webster, Wooton, Shook, Fleischauer, Miley, Manchin, Ellem, Frazier, Lane and Shott - Clarifying the filing and review of the periodic accountings of conservators of incapacitated protected persons - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Judiciary - (Original same as SB 722) - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


3189.
By Del. Morgan, Boggs, Caputo, Fragale, White, Webster and Poling, M. - Adding members to the Capitol Building Commission - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Government Organization - (Original same as SB 649) - Amended - Passed House 03/27/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/30/09 - Committee reference dispensed - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - Effective from passage - To Governor 4/9/09


*3194.
By Del. Ferro and Hamilton - Making it a misdemeanor to knowingly file false information with the Secretary of State - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*3195.
By Del. Argento, Boggs, Craig, Hatfield, Perdue, Pethtel and Williams - Establishing a funding mechanism for state aid for local health departments - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (Original similar to SB 731) - To House Finance 03/24/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/08/09 - On 2nd reading 04/11/09


3197.
By Del. Fleischauer, Beach, Shook, Marshall, Manchin, Talbott, Miley, Mahan, Caputo, Fragale and Perdue - Authorizing municipalities to permit nonpolice officers to issue citations for littering - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/08/09 - On 2nd reading 04/11/09


*3208.
By Del. Fragale, Williams, Duke, Shott and Smith - Including the hours of training county board members have acquired - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Education then Judiciary - (Original same as SB 739) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/27/09 - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Education then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/03/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/07/09 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 04/08/09 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 04/09/09 - To conference 04/10/09


*3240.
By Del. White and Kominar - Giving the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles authority to approve all-terrain vehicle rider safety awareness courses - Introduced 03/19/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/06/09 - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*3275.
By Del. White, Campbell, Craig, Boggs, Webster and Miley - Changing the date through which governmental entities are required to purchase workers' compensation - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (Original same as SB 702) - To House Finance 03/25/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - Committee reference dispensed - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules


*3278.
By Del. Perry, Ashley and Moore - Relating to the life and health insurance guaranty association - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - (Original same as SB 689) - To House Judiciary 03/26/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*3281.
By Del. White, Campbell, Guthrie, Phillips, Marshall, Mahan, Klempa, Iaquinta, Kominar and Varner - Improving the technology infrastructure of the West Virginia Secretary of State's Office - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (Original same as SB 693) - To House Finance 03/24/09 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 04/11/09


*3288.
By Del. Perry, Shaver, Ashley and Moore - Relating to mental health parity - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


3295.
By Del. White - Relating to the West Virginia State Treasurer's Office - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 03/24/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Finance - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective from passage


*3305.
By Del. Webster, Caputo, Frazier, Hutchins, Kominar, Miley, Moore and Staggers - Relating to the powers and duties of probation officers - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Judiciary - (Original similar to SB 369) - Passed House 04/01/09 - Title amended - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate further considered bill - On 3rd reading with right to amend 04/09/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*3313.
By Del. Cann, Varner, Klempa, Craig and Manchin - Allowing depositories and banks to meet the security requirement necessary to be a depository for boards of education by providing a letter of credit from a federal home loan bank - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 03/24/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*3314.
By Del. Varner, Perdue, Miley, Hunt, White, Beach, Campbell, Hamilton, Hall, Shaver and Ellem - Relating to concealed handgun licensing - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/10/09


*3336.
By Del. Perdue - Continuing early intervention services to families with developmentally delayed infants and toddlers but eliminating the cost-free provision - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/08/09 - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


3340.
By Del. Poling, M. and Paxton (Originating in House Education) - Relating to entry into a data state compact among the Higher Education Policy Commission, Council for Community and Technical College Education and State Board of Education - Introduced 03/24/09 - Passed House 03/27/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Education - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09 - Effect from passage



ALL HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS OFFERED


1.
By Del. Ennis, Hamilton, Romine, Azinger and White - Increase of Terms of Members of the Legislature Amendment - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Judiciary


2.
By Del. Doyle - Veto Session Amendment - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Judiciary - (Original same as SJR2)


3.
By Del. Longstreth - Homestead Exemption Increase Amendment - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Judiciary - (Original similar to SJR 11, SJR 8, SJR 9 and SJR4)


4.
By Del. Blair, Miller, J., Duke, Border, Canterbury, Ellem, Azinger, Evans, Romine, Anderson and Rowan - Property Tax Assessment Homestead Limitation Amendment - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Finance


5.
By Del. Michael, Moye, Boggs, Overington, Armstead, Sumner and Moore - The Marriage Protection Amendment - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Judiciary - (Original same as SJR 12 and SJR7) - Postponed indefinitely 03/30/09


6.
By Del. Carmichael - Dedication of Funding to Natural Resources Amendment - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Finance - (Original same as SJR5)


7.
By Del. Armstead, Rowan, Overington and Azinger - Warrantless Searches of Homes by Electronic Surveillance Home Searched Amendment - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Finance


8.
By Del. Caputo, Manchin and Longstreth - Homestead Exemption Increase Amendment - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Judiciary - (Original similar to SJR 11, SJR 4, SJR 8 and SJR 9)


9.
By Del. Carmichael - Term Limitations Amendment - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Judiciary


10.
By Del. Sumner and Sobonya - Clarifying that nothing in the Constitution secures or protects a right to abortion or requires the funding of an abortion - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Judiciary - (Original similar to SJR3 and SJR6)


11.
By Del. Doyle, Rodighiero, Eldridge and Moye - Legislator Replacement Amendment - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Judiciary


12.
By Del. Armstead, Andes, Duke, Ireland, Miller, C., Miller, J., Porter, Romine, Rowan and Sumner - Homestead Exemption Increase Amendment - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Finance - (Original similar to SJR 11, SJR4, SJR8 and SJR9)


13.
By Del. Doyle, Perdue, White, Michael, Blair and Boggs - Budget Committee to Introduced the Budget Bill Amendment - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Finance


14.
By Del. Rodighiero, Eldridge and Reynolds - Homestead Exemption Increase Amendment - Introduced 02/18/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Finance - (Original similar to SJR 11, SJR4, SJR8 and SJR9)


15.
By Del. Miller, J., Overington, Lane, Sobonya, Blair, Porter, Schadler and Andes - Taxpayer's Bill of Rights Amendment - Introduced 02/18/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Finance


16.
By Del. Overington, Schoen, Lane, Carmichael, Sobonya, Sumner, Walters, Canterbury, Miller, J. and Andes - Prohibiting the Governmental Taking of Private Property for Private Use Amendment - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Judiciary


17.
By Del. Rodighiero, Butcher, Louisos, Poling, D. and Eldridge - Increase of the General Homestead Exemption Amendment - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Finance - (Original similar to SJR 11 and SJR 8)


18.
By Del. Overington, Armstead, Rowan, Duke, Sumner, Walters, Andes, Miller, J., Schoen and Lane - Initiative, Referendum and Recall Amendment - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Judiciary - (Original same as S JR 10 and SJR 9)


19.
By Del. Overington, Miller, J., Andes, Blair, Lane, Carmichael, Armstead, Walters, McGeehan, Porter and Shott - Super-Majority Required for Passage of Tax Bill Amendment - Introduced 03/08/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Finance


20.
By Del. Butcher, Reynolds, Hatfield, Guthrie, Skaff, Stephens, Stowers, Eldridge, Argento, Swartzmiller and Caputo - Repeal the Two Consecutive Term Limitation for Sheriffs Amendment - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Judiciary - (Original similar to SJR 13)


21.
By Del. Frazier - The "Deputy Circuit Clerks Employees of Supreme Court Amendment" - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Judiciary


22.
By Del. Doyle and Longstreth - Reformation of County Commission Elections Amendment - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Judiciary


23.
By Del. Lane - Homestead Exemption Increase Amendment - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Judiciary


24.
By Del. Hamilton, Ireland, Romine, Andes, Rowan, Shott, Blair, Porter, Sobonya, Duke and McGeehan - Defense of Marriage Amendment - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Judiciary - (Original similar to SJR 12)


25.
By Del. Moye and Louisos - Insurance Commissioner as an Elected Officer Amendment - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Constitutional Revision then Judiciary



ALL HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS OFFERED


1.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - Raising a Joint Assembly to open and publish election returns - Introduced 01/14/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 01/14/09 - To Senate 01/14/09 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 01/14/09


2.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - Providing for an adjournment of the Legislature until February 11, 2009 - Introduced 01/14/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 01/14/09 - To Senate 01/14/09 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 01/14/09


3.
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 02/11/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 02/11/09 - To Senate 02/11/09 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 02/11/09


4.
By Del. White and Kominar - CBM Howard W. Bannister Memorial Bridge - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/04/09 - To Senate 03/05/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 04/03/09


5.
By Del. Mahan, Fleischauer, Brown, Eldridge, Ennis, Ashley, Rowan and Schadler - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study the safety issues of those who provide home visits to families in West Virginia - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/09/09 - To Senate 04/10/09 - To Judiciary then Rules


6.
By Del. Mahan, Fleischauer, Brown, Eldridge, Ennis, Ashley, Rowan and Schadler - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance reconstitute Select Committee A on Children, Juveniles and Other Matters - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/09/09 - To Senate 04/10/09 - To Judiciary then Rules


7.
By Del. Fleischauer, Iaquinta, Longstreth, Stephens and Azinger - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to continue studying the needs, challenges and issues facing veterans - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/03/09 - To Senate 04/06/09 - To Military then Rules - Referred to Rules 04/07/09


8.
By Del. Fleischauer, Iaquinta, Longstreth, Stephens and Azinger - Requesting that public and private colleges and university submit plans to the Joint Committee on Government and Finance on how their campuses can be made more military or veteran friendly - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Rules


9.
By Del. Beach - Urging Congress to implement the Homeowners and Bank Protection Act - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Rules


10.
By Del. Guthrie, Brown, Hatfield, Hunt, Skaff, Spencer and Wells - The "T-5 Leon Whitlock and PFC Forrest Wilson Memorial Bridge" and the "SFC Stanley Williams Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/04/09 - To Senate 03/05/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


11.
By Del. Staggers - Requesting the Health and Human Resources Committee to study the state of emergency medicine in West Virginia - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Rules


12.
By Del. Barker, Eldridge, Rodighiero, Butcher and Stowers - The "Sebert S. Duty Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Rules - Laid over until 3/5/09, House Calendar - Adopted by House 03/05/09 - To Senate 03/06/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


13.
By Del. Iaquinta, Doyle, Guthrie, Hatfield, Manchin, Morgan, Paxton, Stephens, Anderson, Azinger, Barker, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Cowles, Crosier, Duke, Eldridge, Evans, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hunt, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Martin, Michael, Miller, C., Poling, D., Poling, M., Reynolds, Rodighiero, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Shaver, Skaff, Smith, Spencer, Stowers, Tabb, Walker, Wells and Williams - Requesting the United States Congress to provide funding for the completion of Corridor H from Elkins to Washington, D.C. - Introduced 02/27/09 - To Rules


14.
By Del. Smith and Hamilton - The "Corporal William Dely Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/13/09 - To Senate 03/16/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


15.
By Del. Iaquinta, Anderson, Argento, Ashley, Barker, Brown, Cann, Crosier, Ferro, Fragale, Givens, Guthrie, Ireland, Klempa, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Martin, McGeehan, Michael, Moore, Moye, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Poling, D., Rodighiero, Ross, Schadler, Shaver, Smith, Spencer, Stowers, Talbott, Walker, Walters, Wells, White and Williams - Requesting that the West Virginia State Veterans Cemetery be named "The Donel Kinnard Veterans Cemetery" - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Rules - Amended - Adopted by House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 03/27/09


16.
By Del. Barker, Butcher, Eldridge and Stowers - The "Willis W. Elkins Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/04/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/23/09 - To Senate 03/24/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


17.
By Del. Porter, Shott and Frazier - The "War Veterans of Mercer County Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Rules - Laid over until 3/16/09, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/16/09 - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


18.
By Del. Butcher, Eldridge, Stowers and Rodighiero - The "Chief Master Sergeant George Wallace Hedrick, Jr, Bridge" - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Rules - Amended - Adopted by House 03/13/09 - To Senate 03/16/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


19.
By Del. Eldridge, Butcher, Craig, Morgan, Rodighiero, Stephens and Stowers - Requesting the Division of Highways to rename Guy Gillenwater Hollow to "Heritage Road" - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Rules - Amended - Adopted by House 03/13/09 - To Senate 03/16/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


20.
By Del. Stephens, Reynolds, Craig, Morgan, Miller, C. and Sobonya - Requesting the Division of Highways add to the signage on bridge number O6-O2-0.10, in Cabell County, adding "Green Beret" above "Sgt. Jackie L. Waymire Memorial Bridge" and "Recipient of DSC KIA Vietnam 1967" below - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/13/09 - To Senate 03/16/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


21.
By Del. Sumner, Mahan, Moye, Susman and Wooton - The "Staff Sgt. Jeremy Alexander Brown Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Rules - Amended - Adopted by House 03/13/09 - To Senate 03/16/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


22.
By Del. Butcher, Eldridge, Stowers and Rodighiero - The "Buffalo Creek Memorial Highway" - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/13/09 - To Senate 03/16/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


23.
By Del. White, Kominar, Caputo and Butcher - The "Corporal Alfred E. Collins Bridge" - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/13/09 - To Senate 03/16/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 03/23/09


24.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Ennis, Azinger, Beach, Brown, Butcher, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Evans, Ferro, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Hartman, Hutchins, Klempa, Kominar, Manypenny, McGeehan, Michael, Moore, Pethtel, Ross, Shook, Spencer, Talbott, Varner and White - Declaring the month of May be proclaimed as Lyme Disease Awareness Month beginning in 2009 - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/19/09 - To Senate 03/20/09 - To Health and Human Resources


25.
By Del. Varner and Ferro - Requesting that the Division of Highways relocate the marker known as the Washington Lands Marker in Moundsville - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/16/09 - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


26.
By Del. Guthrie - The "Bob Basil Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Rules


27.
By Del. Moore, White, Phillips and Hall - The "Eugene Collins Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/11/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/11/09 - To Senate 03/12/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 04/07/09


28.
By Del. Miller, C., Stephens, Sobonya, Reynolds, Craig and Morgan - The "Sgt. Daniel Pesimer Memorial Bridge Killed in Vietnam, 1968" - Introduced 03/12/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/18/09 - To Senate 03/19/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


29.
By Del. Talbott - The "Arden Cogar, Sr. Bridge" - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/18/09 - To Senate 03/19/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


30.
By Del. Eldridge, Butcher, Rodighiero, Stowers and Louisos - The "Marine Pvt. Robert Clayton Stephenson Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure


31.
By Del. Phillips and Hall - The "Airman First Class Christopher Burns Lester Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


32.
By Del. Eldridge, Anderson, Andes, Argento, Armstead, Azinger, Barker, Blair, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Ellem, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Ireland, Klempa, Kominar, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, McGeehan, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, J., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shaver, Shook, Shott, Skaff, Smith, Sobonya, Spencer, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Sumner, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Webster, Wells, White, Williams and Wooton - Requesting the Governor to create the "Mountaineer Freedom Medal" - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Rules


33.
By Del. Eldridge, Anderson, Argento, Azinger, Barker, Beach, Boggs, Border, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Caputo, Craig, Crosier, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Klempa, Kominar, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Shaver, Shook, Skaff, Smith, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Webster, Wells, White, Williams and Wooton - Requesting the West Virginia Athletic Department enshrine Patrick White's accomplishments by retiring his jersey number five - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Rules


34.
By Del. Wells - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study deer/vehicle collisions in West Virginia - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Rules


35.
By Del. Miller, C., Sobonya, Stephens, Reynolds, Craig and Morgan - The "Pvt. Russell Curtis Knight Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/23/09 - To Senate 03/24/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure


36.
By Del. Miller, J., Anderson, Andes, Ashley, Azinger, Blair, Border, Cann, Canterbury, Carmichael, Cowles, Ellem, Evans, Michael, Miller, C., Overington, Porter, Romine, Rowan, Schadler, Shott, Sumner and Walters - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to recognize the importance of charter schools - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Rules


37.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. White, Eldridge, Anderson, Ashley, Barker, Boggs, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Caputo, Carmichael, Craig, Crosier, Ennis, Evans, Fragale, Givens, Guthrie, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Klempa, Kominar, Longstreth, Mahan, Manchin, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Perdue, Phillips, Poling, M., Reynolds, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Swartzmiller, Varner, Walker, Walters, Webster, Williams and Wooton - Declaring Bituminous Coal to be the official state rock - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/07/09 - To Senate 04/08/09 - To Government Organization


38.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Perdue and Stephens - The "Bob W. Bellomy Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 04/07/09


39.
By Del. Manypenny, Argento, Azinger, Beach, Boggs, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Caputo, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Eldridge, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Ireland, Klempa, Kominar, Lawrence, Louisos, Mahan, Marshall, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Reynolds, Rowan, Schadler, Shaver, Shook, Skaff, Smith, Sobonya, Spencer, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Susman, Tabb, Varner, Walker, Webster, Wells, White and Wooton - The "Clair Bee: Basketball Coach and Author Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


40.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Armstead, Anderson, Ashley, Azinger, Blair, Boggs, Border, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Duke, Ellem, Evans, Fragale, Hamilton, Hatfield, Ireland, Lane, Marshall, McGeehan, Miller, C., Morgan, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Poling, M., Porter, Romine, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shott, Sobonya, Sumner, Talbott, Webster and White - Memorializing the life Cecil H. Underwood, former Governor of the State of West Virginia - Introduced 03/19/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/19/09 - To Senate 03/20/09 - To Rules


41.
By Del. Lawrence, Argento, Beach, Blair, Brown, Cann, Cowles, Doyle, Duke, Ennis, Evans, Fleischauer, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Iaquinta, Klempa, Kominar, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Overington, Paxton, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Shaver, Skaff, Smith, Stowers, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Varner and Williams - Requesting the Governor's assistance in securing the future use of the MARC commuter train service in Jefferson and Berkeley counties - Introduced 03/20/09 - To Rules


42.
By Del. Longstreth, Anderson, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Beach, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Caputo, Carmichael, Crosier, Duke, Eldridge, Ellem, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hamilton, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Klempa, Kominar, Mahan, Manypenny, Marshall, McGeehan, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Pethtel, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Shook, Shott, Skaff, Sobonya, Spencer, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Susman, Tabb, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Wells and Wooton - Urging Congress to phase out Medicare's two-year waiting period for persons diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease - Introduced 03/20/09 - To Rules


43.
By Del. Kominar, White, Moore, Talbott, Perdue, Perry, Staggers and Frazier - The "Vietnam Veterans Highway" - Introduced 03/20/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/10/09


44.
By Del. Ashley, Louisos, Perry, Walker, Staggers and Boggs - The "SFC Jaime Scott Nicholas Memorial Highway" - Introduced 03/24/09 - To Rules - Amended - Adopted by House 04/03/09 - To Senate 04/06/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


45.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Guthrie, White, Doyle, Anderson, Ashley, Barker, Beach, Blair, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Craig, Crosier, Eldridge, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fragale, Givens, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Klempa, Kominar, Mahan, Manchin, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, Moore, Morgan, Perdue, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, M., Reynolds, Ross, Schadler, Skaff, Spencer, Stephens, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Varner, Walters, Webster, Wells, Williams and Wooton - The "Bob Basil Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/24/09 - To Rules - Laid over until 4/6/09, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 04/06/09 - To Senate 04/07/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


46.
By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Perry, Rodighiero, Staggers, Moye, Phillips, Lawrence, Eldridge, Border, Rowan, Andes, Miller, C. and Miller, J. (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study on expanding the scope of practice for optometrists - Introduced 03/24/09 - To House Rules 03/24/09 - Adopted by House 03/30/09 - To Senate 03/31/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - To Rules 04/09/09


47.
By Del. Hamilton, Poling, M. and Smith - The "PFC Ronald 'Ronnie' Dean, USMC, Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/25/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/30/09 - To Senate 03/31/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


48.
By Del. Williams, Ennis, Longstreth, Manypenny, Moore, Moye, Pethtel, Ross, Susman, Duke, Evans, Hamilton, Rowan, Shott and Sumner (Originating in House Senior Citizen Issues) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize the study of changes that can be made to the Underpayment of Estimated Income Tax Penalty - Introduced 03/25/09 - To House Rules 03/25/09


49.
By Del. Miller, J., Andes, Armstead, Azinger, Blair, Carmichael, Cowles, Lane, Overington, Porter and Walters - Claiming sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over certain powers - Introduced 03/27/09 - To Rules


50.
By Del. Miller, J., Andes, Armstead, Azinger, Blair, Carmichael, Cowles, Lane, Overington, Porter and Walters - Requesting the Legislature to establish a Joint Legislative Committee on Economic Freedom - Introduced 03/27/09 - To Rules


51.
By Del. Boggs, Perry, Kominar, Barker, Cann, Ennis, Hartman, Mahan, Michael, Moore, Pethtel, Staggers, Varner, Walters and White - Urging the United States to protect state regulation of the business of insurance - Introduced 03/30/09 - To Rules


52.
By Del. Susman, Longstreth, Manypenny, Perdue, Staggers, Fleischauer, Argento, Barker, Beach, Boggs, Brown, Cann, Crosier, Doyle, Fragale, Guthrie, Hatfield, Iaquinta, Klempa, Kominar, Lawrence, Mahan, Manchin, Martin, McGeehan, Miley, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Reynolds, Shook, Stephens, Talbott, Webster, Wells, White and Wooton - Supporting the development of a permanent utility-scale wind farm on Coal River Mountain in Raleigh County - Introduced 03/31/09 - To Rules


53.
By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Wooton, Campbell, Phillips, Marshall, Staggers, Manypenny, Susman, Rodighiero, Lawrence, Fleischauer, Eldridge, Poling, D., Miller, C., Miller, J., Rowan and Border (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study on identifying good perinatal health education models or developing models in West Virginia - Introduced 03/31/09 - To House Rules 03/31/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


54.
By Del. Morgan, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Anderson, Andes, Argento, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Beach, Blair, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Duke, Eldridge, Ellem, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Ireland, Klempa, Kominar, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, McGeehan, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, J., Moore, Moye, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shaver, Shook, Shott, Skaff, Smith, Sobonya, Spencer, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Sumner, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Walters, Webster, Wells, White, Williams and Wooton - The "Margarette Riggins Leach Memorial Roadway" - Introduced 04/02/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/10/09


55.
By Del. Miller, J., Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Anderson, Andes, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Blair, Border, Canterbury, Carmichael, Cowles, Evans, Hunt, Ireland, Porter, Romine, Schadler, Schoen, Shott, Walker and Wells - Expressing the will of the Legislature urging President Obama to support the efforts of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to participate in the specialized agencies of the United Nations - Introduced 04/02/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 04/02/09 - To Senate 04/03/09 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 04/03/09


56.
By Del. Morgan, Azinger, Barker, Beach, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Eldridge, Ellem, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Givens, Hall, Hunt, Hutchins, Klempa, Kominar, Louisos, Mahan, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, McGeehan, Michael, Miley, Moore, Paxton, Perdue, Pethtel, Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Ross, Shaver, Shook, Shott, Skaff, Spencer, Stephens, Stowers, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Walker, Wells, White, Williams and Wooton - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study the creation of a West Virginia Sentencing Commission - Introduced 04/02/09 - To Rules


57.
By Del. Caputo, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Boggs, Butcher, Campbell, Eldridge, Fragale, Hall, Klempa, Kominar, Lawrence, Mahan, Miley, Morgan, Paxton, Perry, Phillips, Poling, D., Ross, Shaver, Skaff, Stephens, Stowers, Swartzmiller and Varner - Requesting the Governor adopt a "West Virginia Coal Miner Appreciation Day" in the State of West Virginia - Introduced 04/02/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/06/09 - To Senate 04/07/09 - To Rules


58.
By Del. Blair, Anderson, Andes, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Border, Canterbury, Carmichael, Cowles, Duke, Ellem, Evans, Hamilton, Ireland, Lane, Louisos, McGeehan, Miller, C., Miller, J., Overington, Porter, Romine, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shott, Sobonya, Sumner and Walters - Requesting the Legislature to establish a Joint Legislative Committee on Substance Abuse and Public Assistance - Introduced 04/03/09 - To Rules


59.
By Del. Shott, Frazier, Perry, Porter, Shaver, McGeehan, Sumner, Louisos, Williams, Beach and Phillips - Requesting the Legislature to establish a Joint Legislative Committee on Public Service Commission Accountability and Effectiveness - Introduced 04/03/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/09/09 - To Senate 04/10/09 - To Government Organization then Rules


60.
By Del. Kominar, Craig, White and Caputo - Recognizing the importance of the coal mining industry in West Virginia and requesting West Virginia's congressional delegation to support the coal industry - Introduced 04/03/09 - To Rules


61.
By Del. Williams, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Beach, Butcher, Caputo, Crosier, Evans, Fragale, Hartman, Klempa, Louisos, Marshall, Michael, Morgan, Moye, Perry, Poling, D., Poling, M., Shaver, Tabb, Varner, Walker and White - The "Trooper First Class James Thomas Brammer Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 04/03/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/09/09 - To Senate 04/10/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure


62.
By Del. Manchin, Beach, Cann, Doyle, Fragale, Hartman, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Miley, Poling, D., Ross, Susman, Tabb, Williams, Anderson, Duke, Ellem, Schadler, Cowles and Sumner (Originating in House Political Subdivisions) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize the study of the creation of art, entertainment and enterprise districts within political subdivisions - Introduced 04/02/09 - To House Rules 04/02/09 - Adopted by House 04/08/09 - To Senate 04/09/09 - To Government Organization then Rules


63.
By Del. Manchin, Beach, Cann, Doyle, Hartman, Longstreth, Louisos, Poling, D., Ross, Susman, Tabb, Williams, Anderson, Duke, Ellem, Schadler, Cowles and Sumner (Originating in House Political Subdivisions) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize the study of whether it may be in a county's best interest to allow the county commission to decide whether a community corrections program or the sheriff should supervise and administer the home incarceration program - Introduced 04/02/09 - To House Rules 04/02/09


64.
By Del. Manchin, Doyle, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Poling, D., Ross, Susman, Williams, Anderson, Duke, Ellem, Schadler, Cowles and Sumner (Originating in House Political Subdivisions) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize the study of taxi service and whether local regulation may provide for more efficient taxi service - Introduced 04/02/09 - To House Rules 04/02/09


65.
By Del. Manchin, Beach, Cann, Doyle, Fragale, Hartman, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Miley, Poling, D., Ross, Susman, Tabb, Williams, Anderson, Duke, Ellem, Schadler, Cowles and Sumner (Originating in House Political Subdivisions) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize the study of the financial condition and regulation of self-insurance pools - Introduced 04/02/09 - To House Rules 04/02/09


66.
By Del. Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Ireland, Porter, Sumner, Shott, Walters, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Anderson, Andes, Argento, Barker, Beach, Blair, Boggs, Border, Brown, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Crosier, Doyle, Duke, Ellem, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Klempa, Kominar, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, J., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shaver, Shook, Skaff, Smith, Sobonya, Spencer, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Webster, Wells, White, Williams and Wooton - Requesting the Division of Highways place a commemorative sign indicating the 38th parallel in honor of veterans of the Korean War - Introduced 04/03/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/09/09 - To Senate 04/10/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure


67.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Doyle, Campbell, Reynolds, Anderson, Evans, Iaquinta, Guthrie, Manchin, Klempa and White - Urging members of the West Virginia congressional delegation to sponsor and support the Main Street Fairness Act - Introduced 04/03/09 - To Rules


68.
By Del. Kominar, Barker, Brown, Butcher, Caputo, Fleischauer, Guthrie, Klempa, Mahan, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Paxton, Shaver, Skaff, Walker, Andes, Blair, Hamilton, McGeehan, Miller, C., Schoen, Shott and Sobonya (Originating in House Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to make a study of the impact of creating incentives supporting the development of a productive coal to liquid plant - Introduced 04/03/09 - To House Rules 04/03/09


69.
By Del. Kominar, Barker, Butcher, Caputo, Fleischauer, Guthrie, Klempa, Mahan, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Paxton, Shaver, Skaff, Walker, Andes, Blair, Hamilton, McGeehan, Miller, C., Schoen, Shott and Sobonya (Originating in House Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the feasibility of the utilization of the electronic verification of work authorization program of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigration Responsibility Act of 1996 - Introduced 04/03/09 - To House Rules 04/03/09


70.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Manypenny, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Azinger, Cowles, McGeehan, Miller, C., Miller, J., Porter and Rowan (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study of the law governing the West Virginia Board of Professional Engineers - Introduced 04/03/09 - To House Rules 04/03/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


71.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Manypenny, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Azinger, Cowles, McGeehan, Miller, C., Miller, J., Porter and Rowan (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study of the law governing the West Virginia Board of Architects - Introduced 04/03/09 - To House Rules 04/03/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


72.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Manypenny, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Azinger, Cowles, McGeehan, Miller, C., Miller, J., Porter and Rowan (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study of the law governing the West Virginia State Board of Pharmacy - Introduced 04/03/09 - To House Rules 04/03/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


73.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Manypenny, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Azinger, Cowles, McGeehan, Miller, C., Miller, J., Porter and Rowan (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study on the West Virginia Board of Social Work Examiners - Introduced 04/03/09 - To House Rules 04/03/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


74.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Manypenny, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Azinger, Cowles, McGeehan, Miller, C., Miller, J., Porter and Rowan (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study of the feasibility of adopting a uniform lien filing system - Introduced 04/03/09 - To House Rules 04/03/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


75.
By Del. Walker, Louisos, Perry, Staggers, Argento, Beach, Butcher, Hall, Martin, McGeehan, Ross, Shott and Skaff - The "Pearl Harbor: PFC Carey K. Stockwell Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 04/04/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/08/09 - To Senate 04/09/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


76.
By Del. Reynolds, Argento, Azinger, Butcher, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Eldridge, Evans, Hunt, Lawrence, Louisos, Miller, C., Morgan, Paxton, Phillips, Rodighiero, Rowan, Skaff, Smith, Sobonya, Stephens, Stowers and Tabb - Requesting a study of the creation and implementation of a more timely method for removing animal carcasses from rights-of-ways - Introduced 04/07/09 - To Rules


77.
By Del. Caputo - Requesting a study of compensating state troopers for off-duty time when required to be on standby to be called back to work - Introduced 04/07/09 - To Rules


78.
By Del. Anderson, Argento, Azinger, Barker, Beach, Blair, Border, Butcher, Campbell, Canterbury, Caputo, Cowles, Crosier, Doyle, Eldridge, Ellem, Ferro, Givens, Hall, Hunt, Hutchins, Ireland, Klempa, Kominar, Longstreth, Louisos, Manchin, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Moore, Morgan, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Rowan, Shook, Shott, Skaff, Smith, Stephens, Stowers, Susman, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Webster, Wells and White - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the need to update the West Virginia Code to include a definition of vicious dog and the confinement of such dogs - Introduced 04/07/09 - To Rules


79.
By Del. Skaff, Argento, Azinger, Beach, Border, Brown, Butcher, Cann, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Duke, Eldridge, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hatfield, Hunt, Iaquinta, Klempa, Kominar, Lawrence, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Marshall, Michael, Morgan, Moye, Pethtel, Poling, D., Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Ross, Schadler, Schoen, Shott, Smith, Spencer, Stephens, Stowers, Sumner, Tabb, Varner, Walters and Wells - Proclaiming April, 2009, to be the Month of the Military Child - Introduced 04/07/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 04/07/09 - To Senate 04/08/09 - To Government Organization


80.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Azinger, Cowles, McGeehan, Miller, C. and Porter (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study a "Pay As You Throw" system for waste management fees - Introduced 04/07/09 - To House Rules 04/07/09


81.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Azinger, Cowles, McGeehan, Miller, C. and Porter (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study on the West Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services - Introduced 04/07/09 - To House Rules 04/07/09


82.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Azinger, Cowles, McGeehan, Miller, C. and Porter (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study of the Board of Optometry - Introduced 04/07/09 - To House Rules 04/07/09


83.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Azinger, Cowles, McGeehan, Miller, C. and Porter (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study of the law governing the West Virginia Board of Physical Therapy - Introduced 04/07/09 - To House Rules 04/07/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


84.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Cowles, McGeehan, Miller, C. and Porter (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study on the Athletic Commission and the regulation of Mixed Martial Arts - Introduced 04/07/09 - To House Rules 04/07/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


85.
By Del. Barker, Moye, Anderson, Argento, Ashley, Azinger, Beach, Blair, Boggs, Border, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Carmichael, Crosier, Eldridge, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Givens, Guthrie, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Ireland, Klempa, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, McGeehan, Michael, Miller, C., Overington, Paxton, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Rodighiero, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shaver, Shook, Shott, Skaff, Smith, Stephens, Stowers, Swartzmiller, Varner, Walker, Walters, Wells, Williams and Wooton - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study the feasibility of the utilization of the electronic verification of work authorization program - Introduced 04/08/09 - To Rules


86.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Cann, Hartman, Hatfield, Manypenny, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Azinger, McGeehan, Miller, C., Miller, J. and Porter (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the safety, conservation, and preservation of all statewide trails - Introduced 04/07/09 - To House Rules 04/07/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


87.
By Del. Manypenny, Caputo, Perdue, Perry, Fragale, Hatfield, Morgan, Iaquinta, Swartzmiller, Marshall, Martin, Miley, Wooton, Moore, Brown, Reynolds, Barker, Moye, Poling, D., Rodighiero, Fleischauer, Stephens, Skaff, Staggers, Wells, Longstreth, Mahan, Manchin, Klempa, Kominar, Sumner, Tabb, Talbott, Lawrence, Campbell, Williams, Cann, Butcher, Craig, Eldridge, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hunt, Louisos, Michael, Paxton, Shaver, Phillips, Frazier, Walker, Stowers, Smith, Shott, Anderson, Blair, Carmichael, Duke, Miller, C., Porter, Schoen, Rowan, Schadler and Romine - Requesting the Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study on the disposal of pharmaceuticals and other hazardous materials - Introduced 04/08/09 - To Rules


88.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Anderson, Argento, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Beach, Boggs, Border, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Duke, Eldridge, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Frazier, Givens, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Ireland, Klempa, Kominar, Lane, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, J., Moye, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Rodighiero, Ross, Rowan, Shaver, Shook, Skaff, Smith, Sobonya, Stephens, Stowers, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Varner, Walker, White and Williams - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to appoint a select interim committee to study the issue of a constitutional amendment to prohibit the state from recognizing same sex marriages - Introduced 04/08/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/10/09


89.
By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Lawrence, Manypenny, Moye, Perry, Poling, D., Rodighiero, Staggers, Fleischauer, Andes, Lane, Miller, C., Miller, J., Rowan and Moore (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Requesting the Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study on the status of oral health in West Virginia's rural communities - Introduced 04/09/09 - To House Rules 04/09/09


90.
By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Lawrence, Manypenny, Moye, Perry, Poling, D., Rodighiero, Staggers, Fleischauer, Andes, Lane, Miller, C., Miller, J., Rowan and Moore (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Requesting the Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study on funding and improvement of community-based services and supports for individuals with disabilities - Introduced 04/09/09 - To House Rules 04/09/09


91.
By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Lawrence, Manypenny, Moye, Perry, Poling, D., Rodighiero, Staggers, Moore, Andes, Lane, Miller, C., Miller, J. and Rowan (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study on establishing a program to permit medicine aides who are certified to administer certain drugs - Introduced 04/09/09 - To House Rules 04/09/09


92.
By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Lawrence, Manypenny, Moye, Perry, Poling, D., Rodighiero, Staggers, Fleischauer, Moore, Andes, Lane, Miller, C., Miller, J. and Rowan (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Requesting the Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study on requiring the establishment of school-based health centers in new school constructions - Introduced 04/09/09 - To House Rules 04/09/09


93.
By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Lawrence, Manypenny, Moye, Perry, Poling, D., Rodighiero, Eldridge, Staggers, Moore, Fleischauer, Andes, Lane, Miller, C., Miller, J. and Rowan (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Requesting the Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study on methadone treatment centers in West Virginia - Introduced 04/09/09 - To House Rules 04/09/09


94.
By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Lawrence, Manypenny, Moye, Perry, Poling, D., Rodighiero, Eldridge, Moore, Staggers, Fleischauer, Andes, Lane, Miller, C., Miller, J. and Rowan (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Urging Congress to pass legislation expanding federal oversight of methadone treatment - Introduced 04/09/09 - To House Rules 04/09/09


95.
By Del. Fleischauer, Beach, Marshall, Shook, Fragale, Moye, Caputo, Rodighiero, Eldridge, Andes, Manchin, Lawrence and Canterbury - Requesting a study of the higher education merit screening advisory committee - Introduced 04/09/09 - To Rules - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar 04/11/09


96.
By Del. Talbott, Anderson, Argento, Azinger, Barker, Beach, Canterbury, Caputo, Crosier, Eldridge, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fragale, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hartman, Hunt, Iaquinta, Ireland, Klempa, Kominar, Louisos, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Moye, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Phillips, Rodighiero, Ross, Rowan, Shaver, Skaff, Staggers, Stowers, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Varner, Walker, Wells and Williams - Requesting a study on regulating captive cervid farming as an agricultural business in West Virginia - Introduced 04/09/09 - To Rules - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar 04/11/09


97.
By Del. Talbott, Anderson, Argento, Azinger, Barker, Beach, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Eldridge, Ellem, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fragale, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hartman, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Klempa, Kominar, Lawrence, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miller, J., Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, M., Rodighiero, Romine, Ross, Rowan, Shaver, Skaff, Smith, Staggers, Stowers, Sumner, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Varner, Walker, Wells and Williams - Requesting a study of a special lifetime senior hunting, fishing and trapping license - Introduced 04/09/09 - To Rules - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar 04/11/09


98.
By Del. Cann, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Andes, Argento, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Beach, Boggs, Border, Butcher, Campbell, Canterbury, Caputo, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Eldridge, Ellem, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Ireland, Klempa, Kominar, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Martin, McGeehan, Michael, Miley, Miller, J., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Reynolds, Romine, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shaver, Skaff, Smith, Sobonya, Staggers, Stowers, Sumner, Swartzmiller, Varner, Walker, Walters, White, Williams and Wooton - Recognizing the importance of the Oil and Natural Gas Industry in West Virginia - Introduced 04/09/09 - To Rules


99.
By Del. Poling, M., Paxton, Beach, Crosier, Ennis, Lawrence, Louisos, Moye, Pethtel, Perry, Shaver, Stowers, Walker, Williams, Andes, Duke, Romine, Rowan, Sumner and Shott (Originating in House Education) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to make a study on adequate and appropriate responses to the mental health needs of students - Introduced 04/09/09 - To House Rules 04/09/09


100.
By Del. Poling, M., Paxton, Beach, Crosier, Ennis, Lawrence, Louisos, Moye, Pethtel, Perry, Shaver, Stowers, Walker, Williams, Andes, Duke, Romine, Rowan, Sumner and Shott (Originating in House Education) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to make a study on potential alternative methods for assisting county boards to meet the facility needs of their school systems - Introduced 04/09/09 - To House Rules 04/09/09


101.
By Del. Poling, M., Paxton, Beach, Crosier, Ennis, Lawrence, Louisos, Moye, Pethtel, Perry, Shaver, Stowers, Walker, Williams, Andes, Duke, Romine, Rowan, Sumner and Shott (Originating in House Education) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to make a study on improving the ability of public schools to effectively recruit and employ well qualified graduates - Introduced 04/09/09 - To House Rules 04/09/09


102.
By Del. Hutchins, Cann, Carmichael, Frazier, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Michael, Miley, Moore, Perry, Reynolds, Schoen, Shaver, Shook, Skaff, Staggers, Walters and Wooton - Requesting a study on the terms of lender credit card agreements between financial institutions and lender credit card borrowers - Introduced 04/09/09 - To Rules - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar 04/11/09


103.
By Del. Spencer, Anderson, Argento, Azinger, Beach, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Caputo, Cowles, Crosier, Doyle, Eldridge, Ellem, Evans, Ferro, Givens, Guthrie, Hunt, Lawrence, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Marshall, Michael, Miller, J., Paxton, Perry, Phillips, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Rowan, Schadler, Shaver, Skaff, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Tabb, Walker, Wells and Williams - Requesting a study relating to alternative programs and cost-effective programs to keep children in schools - Introduced 04/09/09 - To Rules - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar 04/11/09


104.
By Del. Fleischauer, Beach, Brown, Caputo, Doyle, Guthrie, Longstreth, Mahan, Marshall, Morgan, Susman, Talbott and Wooton - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study relating to whether a dependent child of an insurance policyholder should have the same insurance coverage for contraceptive health services as the policyholder - Introduced 04/09/09 - To Rules - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar 04/11/09


105.
By Del. Fleischauer, Brown, Caputo, Doyle, Hatfield, Morgan, Talbott and Wooton - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study mandatory coverage by health insurers all expenses associated with pregnancy and childbirth - Introduced 04/09/09 - To Rules - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar 04/11/09


106.
By Del. Fleischauer, Beach, Brown, Campbell, Caputo, Doyle, Eldridge, Guthrie, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Klempa, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manypenny, Marshall, Morgan, Phillips, Poling, M., Reynolds, Rodighiero, Shaver, Skaff, Spencer, Staggers, Stowers, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Walker, Wells and Wooton - Conducting an interim study to compare the benefits and burdens upon all applicable parties regarding the creation and implementation by all state colleges, universities, and community colleges by providing paid childbirth leave - Introduced 04/09/09 - To Rules - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar 04/11/09


107.
By Del. Fleischauer, Beach, Louisos, Susman and Swartzmiller - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study of the feasibility of enacting a more comprehensive expungement statute - Introduced 04/09/09 - To Rules - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar 04/11/09


108.
By Del. Fleischauer, Brown, Caputo, Doyle, Guthrie, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Klempa, Lawrence, Longstreth, Mahan, Manypenny, Marshall, Morgan, Poling, M., Shaver, Skaff, Spencer, Staggers, Susman, Talbott, Varner, Webster, Wells and Wooton - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the requirement that all state boards, commissions, committees or councils to be gender balanced and to have proportionate representation of minorities - Introduced 04/09/09 - To Rules - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar 04/11/09


109.
By Del. Fleischauer, Argento, Beach, Brown, Caputo, Doyle, Hatfield, Klempa, Louisos, Moye, Rodighiero, Swartzmiller and Talbott - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study the advisability of enacting legislation to modernize the unemployment insurance program - Introduced 04/09/09 - To Rules - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar 04/11/09


110.
By Del. Fleischauer, Beach, Brown, Caputo, Doyle, Guthrie, Hatfield, Hutchins, Longstreth, Mahan, Manypenny, Marshall, Morgan, Moye, Susman, Swartzmiller, Talbott and Wooton - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study relating to requiring blasting contractors to notify the State Fire Marshall and local property owners - Introduced 04/09/09 - To Rules - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar 04/11/09


111.
By Del. Hatfield, Andes, Armstead, Brown, Guthrie, Hunt, Martin, Paxton, Schoen, Skaff, Spencer and Wells - Naming the bridge known as the Dunbar Toll Bridge on County Route 25/47, 0.1 mile north of the junction of U.S. Route 60 and crossing U.S. Route 60, the "John H. Reed, Jr. Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 04/09/09 - To Rules - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar 04/11/09


112.
By Del. Fleischauer, Argento, Barker, Beach, Blair, Brown, Caputo, Cowles, Doyle, Eldridge, Ellem, Frazier, Guthrie, Hamilton, Hatfield, Hutchins, Klempa, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Marshall, Martin, Miley, Miller, J., Moore, Perdue, Poling, D. and Talbott - Requesting a study regarding reporting requirements for lobbyist - Introduced 04/10/09 - To Rules


113.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Perdue - The "Ralph L. Dawson Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 04/10/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 04/10/09


114.
By Del. Poling, M., Paxton, Beach, Crosier, Ennis, Lawrence, Louisos, Moye, Pethtel, Perry, Rodighiero, Shaver, Smith, Stowers, Walker, Duke, Canterbury, Ireland, Rowan, Shott and Sumner (Originating in House Education) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to make a study on improving the ability of public schools to effectively recruit and employ well qualified graduates - Introduced 04/10/09 - To House Rules 04/10/09


115.
By Del. Poling, M., Paxton, Beach, Crosier, Ennis, Lawrence, Louisos, Moye, Pethtel, Perry, Rodighiero, Shaver, Smith, Stowers, Walker, Duke, Canterbury, Ireland, Rowan, Shott and Sumner (Originating in House Education) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study methods to remove the barriers to educational success that veterans face in the higher education system - Introduced 04/10/09 - To House Rules 04/10/09


116.
By Del. Poling, M., Paxton, Beach, Crosier, Ennis, Lawrence, Louisos, Moye, Pethtel, Perry, Rodighiero, Shaver, Stowers, Walker, Duke, Canterbury, Ireland, Rowan, Shott and Sumner (Originating in House Education) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study the need for personal leave benefits for higher education faculty - Introduced 04/10/09 - To House Rules 04/10/09


118.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Boggs, Campbell, Caputo, Fragale, Guthrie, Hatfield, Mahan, Marshall, Miley, Morgan, Paxton, Perdue, Poling, M., Stephens, Talbott, Varner, Webster and White - Requesting a study to analyze and evaluate the operating practices, administrative procedures and legal issues associated with the state administration of the Division of Highways - Introduced 04/10/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 04/10/09


119.
By Del. Armstead, Lane and Walters - The "Private First Class Thomas Keith Coleman Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 04/10/09 - To Rules



ALL HOUSE RESOLUTIONS OFFERED


1.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - Adopting Rules of the House of Delegates - Introduced 01/14/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 01/14/09


2.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - Authorizing the publication of a Legislative Manual and providing for the mailing lists for House Journals - Introduced 01/14/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 01/14/09


3.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - Authorizing the printing and distribution of Acts of the Legislature and Journals of the House - Introduced 01/14/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 01/14/09


4.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - Authorizing the Committee on Rules to arrange a Special Calendar - Introduced 01/14/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 01/14/09


5.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - Authorizing the appointment of employees for this, the First Regular Session of the Seventy-Ninth Legislature, two thousand nine - Introduced 01/14/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 01/14/09


6.
By Del. Poling, M. and Paxton - Recognizing the West Virginia Civics Literacy Council and Civic Literacy Day - Introduced 02/12/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 02/12/09


7.
By Del. Schadler, Evans and Rowan - Recognizing the considerable contributions of Nancy Hanks, mother of Abraham Lincoln and native of West Virginia - Introduced 02/12/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 02/12/09


8.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - Creating a Select Committee on Federal Stimulus Utilization - Introduced 02/13/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/13/09 - Adopted by House 02/17/09


9.
By Del. Iaquinta, Longstreth, Swartzmiller, Moye, Boggs, Azinger, Porter, Ireland and Ashley - Encouraging West Virginia educators to participate in future "Take a Veteran to School" initiatives - Introduced 02/16/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 02/16/09


10.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Morgan, Craig, Miller, C., Reynolds, Sobonya, Stephens and Perdue - Designating February 18, 2009, as "Marshall University Day" - Introduced 02/18/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 02/18/09


11.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Ashley, Beach, Boggs, Brown, Caputo, Doyle, Ferro, Fleischauer, Frazier, Guthrie, Hall, Hatfield, Kominar, Louisos, Mahan, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Moore, Morgan, Pethtel, Phillips, Skaff, Spencer, Staggers, Varner, Walker, Wells and Wooton - Designating February 20, 2009, as "Civil Rights Pioneer J. R. Clifford Day" - Introduced 02/20/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 02/20/09


12.
By Del. Frazier and Porter - Recognizing the City of Princeton's Centennial - Introduced 02/23/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 02/23/09


13.
By Del. Fragale, Boggs, Argento, Azinger, Beach, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Caputo, Craig, Crosier, Eldridge, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Klempa, Kominar, Lawrence, Louisos, Mahan, Manypenny, Marshall, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, M., Reynolds, Rodighiero, Rowan, Schadler, Shaver, Shook, Skaff, Smith, Sobonya, Spencer, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Webster, Wells, White and Wooton - Honoring Community Action Agencies for their commitment and dedication to assisting the many West Virginians in need - Introduced 02/24/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 02/24/09


14.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Boggs, Anderson, Argento, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Beach, Blair, Border, Brown, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Duke, Eldridge, Ellem, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fragale, Frazier, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hatfield, Iaquinta, Ireland, Klempa, Kominar, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, J., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Overington, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Poling, D., Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shott, Skaff, Sobonya, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Sumner, Susman, Swartzmiller, Webster, Wells, White and Williams - Recognizing the public service of the AARP - Introduced 02/24/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 02/24/09


15.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Perdue, Anderson, Andes, Argento, Azinger, Beach, Blair, Boggs, Border, Brown, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Duke, Eldridge, Ellem, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Ireland, Klempa, Kominar, Lawrence, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Overington, Paxton, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Shaver, Shook, Shott, Skaff, Spencer, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Sumner, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Varner, Walker, Webster, Wells, White, Williams and Wooton - Recognizing the importance of health care reform in West Virginia - Introduced 02/24/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 02/24/09


16.
By Del. Moye, Swartzmiller, Staggers, Azinger, Beach, Campbell, Cowles, Duke, Eldridge, Ellem, Fleischauer, Hall, Hamilton, Ireland, Marshall, Miller, C., Paxton, Poling, D., Poling, M., Rodighiero, Rowan, Schadler, Shook, Sobonya, Stephens, Stowers, Sumner and Wooton - Designating March 1-7, 2009, as National Problem Gambling Awareness Week in West Virginia - Introduced 02/27/09 - To Rules - Adopted 03/04/09


17.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Martin, Argento, Barker, Boggs, Brown, Butcher, Caputo, Crosier, Eldridge, Ellem, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Klempa, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Miley, Moore, Moye, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Poling, D., Poling, M., Shaver, Shook, Spencer, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Susman, Varner, Walker, Webster, Wells, White and Wooton - Urging the 111th Congress to pass the Employee Free Choice Act - Introduced 02/27/09 - To Rules


18.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Klempa, Anderson, Argento, Azinger, Barker, Beach, Boggs, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Crosier, Eldridge, Ellem, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Ireland, Kominar, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, McGeehan, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shaver, Shook, Shott, Skaff, Smith, Spencer, Stephens, Stowers, Sumner, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Walters, Webster, Wells, White, Williams and Wooton - Expressing the will of the House of Delegates regarding Congress and President Obama planning a taxpayer-sponsored economic recovery package and the spending of economic recovery plan moneys - Introduced 02/27/09 - To Rules - Amended - Adopted 03/04/09


19.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Stephens, Anderson, Andes, Argento, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Beach, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Crosier, Doyle, Duke, Eldridge, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Kominar, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, McGeehan, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shaver, Shott, Smith, Sobonya, Spencer, Staggers, Stowers, Sumner, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Walters, Webster, Wells, White, Williams and Wooton - Designating March 2, 2009, as West Virginia March for Meals Day and the month of March, 2009 as March for Meals Fundraising Month - Introduced 03/02/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/02/09


20.
By Del. Brown, Fleischauer, Guthrie, Hatfield, Lawrence, Longstreth, Mahan, Marshall, Miller, C., Phillips, Poling, M., Rowan, Schoen, Smith, Sobonya, Spencer, Staggers, Sumner, Susman and Webster - Designating March 4, 2009, as "Women's Day in West Virginia" - Introduced 03/04/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/04/09


21.
By Del. Perdue, Border, Campbell, Eldridge, Fleischauer, Hatfield, Lawrence, Manypenny, Marshall, Miller, C., Moye, Perry, Phillips, Poling, D., Rodighiero, Rowan, Staggers, Susman and Wooton - Recognizing and honoring Social Workers in West Virginia - Introduced 03/04/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/04/09


22.
By Del. Perdue, Campbell, Moore, Perry, Rodighiero, Staggers, Manypenny, Moye, Miller, J., Miller, C., Rowan, Lane and Border - Recognizing and honoring Disability Advocates in West Virginia - Introduced 03/04/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/04/09


23.
By Del. Campbell, Canterbury and Crosier - Memorializing the life of the Honorable John. H. Bowling, Jr., former member of the House of Delegates and Senate from Greenbrier County - Introduced 03/06/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/06/09


24.
By Del. Moye, Argento, Tabb, Anderson, Andes, Barker, Canterbury, Ellem, Hamilton, Hartman, Ireland, Lawrence, Miller, C., Paxton, Phillips, Poling, D., Rodighiero, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Sobonya, Stephens, Sumner, Talbott and Williams - Declaring that March 10, 2009, be designated "West Virginia State Grange Day" - Introduced 03/10/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/10/09


25.
By Del. Boggs, Canterbury, Guthrie, Hall, Hartman, Hutchins, Lawrence, Michael, Moye, Ross, Staggers and Stowers - Recognizing and honoring the members of The Society of Human Resource Management professional organization - Introduced 03/10/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/10/09


26.
By Del. Andes, Ireland, Border, Anderson, Armstead, Walters, Romine, Duke, Carmichael, Evans, Cowles, Craig, Schadler, Ashley, Beach, Crosier, Michael, Overington, Blair, Shott and Miller, J. - Expressing the will of the House of Delegates requesting that West Virginia's Congressional delegation oppose legislation that disenfranchises workers by removing their right to a private ballot union election - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Rules


27.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Pethtel, Anderson, Argento, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Beach, Boggs, Border, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Eldridge, Ellem, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Klempa, Kominar, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, McGeehan, Miley, Miller, C., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Overington, Perdue, Perry, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Shaver, Shook, Shott, Skaff, Smith, Sobonya, Spencer, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Webster, Wells, White, Williams and Wooton - Urging West Virginia's congressional delegation to support legislation that would require satellite companies to offer local channels - Introduced 03/12/09 - To Rules - Adopted 03/18/09


28.
By Del. Fragale, Boggs, Anderson, Andes, Armstead, Ashley, Barker, Beach, Blair, Border, Brown, Butcher, Caputo, Carmichael, Craig, Doyle, Eldridge, Ferro, Fleischauer, Guthrie, Hall, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Klempa, Kominar, Lawrence, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, McGeehan, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Overington, Pethtel, Poling, M., Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Schoen, Shook, Shott, Skaff, Smith, Spencer, Stephens, Stowers, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Varner, Walters, Webster, Wells, White, Williams and Wooton - Designating March 12, 2009, as "West Virginia Press Association Day" - Introduced 03/12/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/12/09


29.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Andes, Anderson, Argento, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Beach, Blair, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Duke, Ellem, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Ireland, Klempa, Kominar, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, McGeehan, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, J., Morgan, Moye, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shaver, Shook, Shott, Skaff, Smith, Sobonya, Spencer, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Sumner, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Webster, Wells, Williams and Wooton - Designating the month of March, 2009 as "American Red Cross Month" - Introduced 03/13/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/13/09


30.
By Del. Perry, Shaver, Hartman, Ashley, Azinger, Iaquinta, Ireland, Longstreth, Moye, Porter and Swartzmiller - Designating March 16, 2009, as "Corrections Day" - Introduced 03/16/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/16/09


31.
By Del. Manypenny and Ennis - Congratulating the Grafton High School Bearcats Football Team on winning the 2008 WVSSAC AA Football Championship - Introduced 03/17/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/17/09


32.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Perdue, Reynolds, Sobonya and Stephens - Recognizing and honoring Mose A. Napier for his service and dedication as Mayor for the City of Ceredo for the last forty years - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Rules - Adopted 03/26/09


33.
By Del. Michael, Anderson, Andes, Argento, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Beach, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Canterbury, Caputo, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Duke, Ellem, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Ireland, Klempa, Kominar, Lane, Lawrence, Mahan, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, McGeehan, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, J., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Romine, Ross, Rowan, Schoen, Shaver, Shott, Smith, Sobonya, Staggers, Sumner, Talbott, Walker, Webster and Williams - Commending and congratulating the West Virginia Division of Forestry for its one hundred years of service to the citizens of West Virginia - Introduced 03/17/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/17/09


34.
By Del. Boggs, Argento, Beach, Brown, Canterbury, Cowles, Ennis, Klempa, Pethtel, Ross, Shook, Skaff and Swartzmiller - Honoring professional licensed land surveyors and declaring the week of March 15, West Virginia Professional Surveyors' Week - Introduced 03/18/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/17/09


35.
By Del. Marshall - Designating March 18, 2009, as "Crime Victims Day" at the Legislature - Introduced 03/18/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/18/09


36.
By Del. Boggs, Azinger, Beach, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Canterbury, Crosier, Ellem, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fragale, Frazier, Hamilton, Hartman, Iaquinta, Klempa, Louisos, Manypenny, Marshall, Michael, Moore, Morgan, Perry, Ross, Shaver, Spencer, Stowers, Swartzmiller, Talbott and Walker - Urging the U.S. Congress to enact the Education Begins at Home Act - Introduced 03/19/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/19/09


37.
By Del. Armstead, Lane and Walters - Recognizing and honoring Command Sergeant Major Stephen D. Blake, the top soldier of the United States Army Sustainment Command - Introduced 03/19/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/19/09


38.
Originating in House Senior Citizen Issues - Urging the Bureau for Medical Services to consider increasing reimbursement rates for the Medicaid Personal Care program - Introduced 03/19/09 - To House Rules 03/19/09 - Adopted by House 03/25/09


39.
By Del. Staggers - Proclaiming the importance of rail to West Virginia and supporting the continuation of balanced federal rail regulation - Introduced 03/20/09 - To Rules


40.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - Amending House Rule 112, relating to amendments and the prefiling thereof - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Rules


41.
By Del. Brown, Argento, Blair, Boggs, Canterbury, Caputo, Duke, Ellem, Ennis, Fragale, Givens, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Iaquinta, Ireland, Klempa, Kominar, Lawrence, Longstreth, Mahan, Manchin, Martin, McGeehan, Miller, C., Miller, J., Moore, Phillips, Poling, D., Porter, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shaver, Shott, Sobonya, Sumner, Talbott, White and Williams - Recognizing the work of the West Virginia Behavioral Healthcare Providers Association and the Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors - Introduced 03/25/09 - To Rules


42.
By Del. Moore, Boggs, Ashley, Azinger, Frazier, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Longstreth, Marshall, Morgan, Moye, Porter and Swartzmiller - Recognizing and honoring David L. Lemmon, Sr. for his many years of service and dedication to the West Virginia State Police - Introduced 03/26/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/27/09


43.
By Del. Guthrie, Armstead, Barker, Beach, Brown, Butcher, Canterbury, Craig, Doyle, Eldridge, Ellem, Fleischauer, Frazier, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Iaquinta, Ireland, Kominar, Lane, Longstreth, Louisos, Manchin, Marshall, Martin, Miley, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Perdue, Perry, Poling, D., Poling, M., Reynolds, Rodighiero, Ross, Shook, Skaff, Sobonya, Spencer, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Sumner, Susman, Tabb, Talbott, Webster, Wells, White, Williams and Wooton - Memorializing the life of Glenn Thomas "Tom" Searls, reporter, friend, Marshall University alum, and loyal West Virginian - Introduced 03/26/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/26/09


44.
By Del. Miley, Cann, Fragale, Iaquinta, Beach, Boggs, Campbell, Eldridge, Frazier, Guthrie, Hunt, Louisos, Marshall, Perry, Rodighiero, Shook, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers and Webster - Requesting the Congress of the United States to reexamine a federal law which has seriously affected the sales of off-road motorcycles designed for children - Introduced 03/27/09 - To Rules


45.
By Del. Wooton, Moye, Susman, Mahan and Sumner - Commemorating the passing of William Henry File, Jr., gentleman, sailor, attorney, public servant, and a great asset to his country and his faith - Introduced 03/27/09 - To Rules - Adopted 04/10/09


46.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Anderson, Andes, Argento, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Beach, Blair, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Duke, Eldridge, Ellem, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Ireland, Klempa, Kominar, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, McGeehan, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, J., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shaver, Shook, Shott, Skaff, Smith, Sobonya, Spencer, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Sumner, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Walters, Webster, Wells, White, Williams and Wooton - Commemorating the life of the Honorable William D. "Bill" Proudfoot, civic leader, farmer, beloved husband and father, and member of the West Virginia House of Delegates - Introduced 03/31/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/31/09


47.
By Del. Webster, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Anderson, Andes, Argento, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Beach, Blair, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Duke, Eldridge, Ellem, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Ireland, Klempa, Kominar, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, McGeehan, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, J., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shaver, Shook, Shott, Skaff, Smith, Sobonya, Spencer, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Sumner, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Walters, Wells, White, Williams and Wooton - Declaring April 2, 2009, to be Domestic Violence Prevention Day in West Virginia - Introduced 04/02/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 04/02/09


48.
By Del. Armstead - Amending House Rule 84, relating to committee hearings - Introduced 04/06/09 - To Rules


49.
By Del. Wooton, Moye, Susman, Mahan, Sumner and Frazier - Commemorating the life of the Honorable Charles Berkley Lilly, retired circuit court Judge, and former member of the House of Delegates - Introduced 04/08/09 - To Rules - Adopted 04/10/09


50.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. all other members of the House - Commemorating the life of the Honorable Eustace Frederick, civic leader, business leader and innovator, member of the West Virginia House of Delegates - Introduced 04/09/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 04/09/09


51.
By Del. Kominar, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Andes, Argento, Armstead, Ashley, Barker, Beach, Boggs, Border, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Caputo, Carmichael, Craig, Crosier, Duke, Eldridge, Ellem, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Iaquinta, Ireland, Klempa, Lane, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Marshall, Martin, McGeehan, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, J., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Rodighiero, Romine, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shaver, Shott, Skaff, Sobonya, Staggers, Stowers, Sumner, Susman, Varner, Walker, Walters, Webster, White and Williams - Recognizing the importance of the coal mining industry in West Virginia - Introduced 04/10/09 - To Rules



HOUSE BILLS PASSED HOUSE AND COMMUNICATED TO SENATE


*2040.
By Del. Shook - Relating to when a recognizance bond is released - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/04/09 - To Senate 03/05/09 - To Judiciary


2050.
By Del. Craig and Morgan - Expanding the counties covered by West Virginia Route 2 and Interstate 68 Authority to include Cabell, Mason and Jackson counties; and increasing the number of members - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Government Organization - (Original same as SB13) - Amended - Passed House 03/20/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/23/09 - To Government Organization - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules


2069.
By Del. Iaquinta, Anderson, Poling, M., Crosier, Fragale, Miley and Duke - Increasing the faculty senate allotment for classroom teachers and librarians - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/25/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To Senate 02/26/09 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/07/09 - Effective July 1, 2009


*2072.
By Del. Azinger - Relating to variable premium adjustable life insurance policies - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/17/09 - Passed House 03/27/09 - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Banking and Insurance


*2091.
By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Boggs, Campbell, Fleischauer and Border - Requiring public notice of state plan amendments prior to submission and increasing the membership of the Medicaid Advisory Board - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/11/09 - Amended - Passed House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary


*2114.
By Del. Ellem - Providing a penalty for employers failing to withhold an employee's income for child support obligations - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary


*2133.
By Del. Talbott - Increasing the penalties for discarding trash on land and in streams - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/26/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/08/09


*2170.
By Del. Brown, Poling, D., Talbott, Miley, Overington and Sobonya - Authorizing the Department of Commerce to promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/19/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09 - Effect from passage


*2218.
By Del. Brown, Poling, D., Talbott, Miley, Overington and Sobonya - Authorizing the Department of Transportation to promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Finance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/12/09 - Passed House 03/27/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 04/08/09 - Effective from passage - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 04/10/09


*2222.
By Del. Brown, Poling, D., Talbott, Miley, Overington and Sobonya - Authorizing the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety to promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Finance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/10/09 - Passed House 03/27/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 04/08/09 - Effective from passage


*2225.
By Del. Brown, Poling, D., Talbott, Miley, Overington and Sobonya - Authorizing the Department of Education and the Arts to Promulgate Legislative Rules - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/19/09 - Passed House 03/17/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/18/09 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - Effective from passage - To Governor 4/9/09


*2241.
By Del. Eldridge, Marshall, Miley and Caputo - Relating to credit card solicitation on college campuses - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/18/09 - Passed House 03/27/09 - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Education


*2305.
By Del. Webster, Wells, Ferro, Miley, Frazier, Schoen, Lane, Wooton, Hunt and Barker - Revising appointment and compensation provisions of the Supreme Court Clerk and his or her staff - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 02/18/09 - To Senate 02/19/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/03/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*2306.
By Del. Webster, Michael, Mahan and Kominar - Relating to impersonation of a public official or employee - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 02/18/09 - To Senate 02/19/09 - To Judiciary


*2309.
By Del. Morgan, Martin, Argento, Beach, Eldridge, Andes and Miller, C. - Updating the law governing the practice of occupational therapy - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/23/09 - To Senate 02/24/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2335.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to the federal "Yellow Ribbon G. I. Education Enhancement Program" - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as SB 245 - similar to SB 480) - To House Finance 03/02/09 - Passed House 03/17/09 - To Senate 03/18/09 - To Education then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/02/09 - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2359.
By Del. Campbell - Defining "spelunking" as a recreational purpose and activity for which a landowner's liability for injury is limited - Introduced 02/13/09 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/26/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary


*2360.
By Del. Schoen and Perdue - Insuring that tobacco products are not sold in any packaging other than the original - Introduced 02/13/09 - To Judiciary - (Original similar to SB 290) - Passed House 02/26/09 - To Senate 02/27/09 - To Health and Human Resources - Amended - Passed Senate 04/09/09


*2388.
By Del. Doyle - Expanding the membership of the Racing Commission and reorganizing the administrative functions - Introduced 02/13/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Government Organization then Finance


*2401.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Providing for the expiration of the alternative minimum tax - Introduced 02/13/09 - To Finance - (Original same as SB 248) - Passed House 03/19/09 - To Senate 03/20/09 - To Finance - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


2403.
By Del. Morgan, Martin, Argento, Beach, Caputo, Eldridge and Miller, C. - Updating the law governing professional licensing boards in general - Introduced 02/13/09 - To Government Organization - Passed House 02/26/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/27/09 - To Government Organization


2404.
By Del. Perry, Boggs, Morgan and Ellem - Relating to inmate reimbursement for medical services provided to persons held in regional jails - Introduced 02/13/09 - To Judiciary - (Original same as SB 250) - Passed House 03/11/09 - Title amended - To Senate 03/12/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/03/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/07/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/08/09


*2407.
By Del. Perry, Boggs, Morgan, Ellem and Webster - Relating to trustee accounts and funds, earnings and personal property of inmates - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (Original same as SB 255) - To House Finance 03/06/09 - Passed House 03/27/09 - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Finance - Passed Senate 04/08/09


*2411.
By Del. Caputo, Hamilton, Poling, D. and Poling, M. - Requiring that workplace fatalities be reported to the Division of Labor - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/12/09 - Passed House 03/25/09 - To Senate 03/26/09 - To Labor


*2412.
By Del. Argento - Providing certain county commissions with authority to regulate the location of businesses offering exotic entertainment - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - (Original similar to SB 394) - To House Judiciary 02/26/09 - Passed House 03/06/09 - To Senate 03/09/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2413.
By Del. Webster, Miley, Barker, Brown, Ferro, Fleischauer, Hutchins, Hunt, Wooton, Ellem and Hamilton - Changing the upper age restriction for new police hires in municipalities - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/25/09 - To Senate 03/26/09 - To Pensions then Finance


*2415.
By Del. Poling, D., Swartzmiller and Manypenny - Identifying salvia divinorum as a hallucinogen and adding it to the list of controlled substances - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (Original same as SB 606) - To House Judiciary 03/05/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


*2418.
By Del. Perry, Boggs, Morgan and Ellem - Relating to exempting certain records of the Division of Corrections and Regional Jail Authority from the Freedom of Information Act that, if released, could aid inmates in committing unlawful acts - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Judiciary - (Original same as SB 252) - Passed House 03/04/09 - To Senate 03/05/09 - To Judiciary - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*2419.
By Del. Perry, Boggs, Morgan, Ellem and Webster - Providing inmates a reduction in sentence for completion of education and rehabilitation programs - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Judiciary - (Original same as SB 254) - Passed House 02/23/09 - To Senate 02/24/09 - To Judiciary - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*2421.
By Del. Staggers, Perry, Shaver, Rodighiero, Moye, Swartzmiller, Martin, Argento, Crosier, Poling, D. and Manypenny - Requires that inoperable fire hydrants be painted black and be reported to emergency dispatch centers - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/26/09 - Amended - Passed House 03/09/09 - Title amended - To Senate 03/10/09 - To Government Organization - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*2423.
By Del. Morgan - Relating to the Board of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Technology - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 02/24/09 - Passed House 03/16/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective from passage


*2444.
By Del. Campbell, Border, Perdue, Webster and White - Creating the Legislative Oversight Commission on Long-Term Care - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 02/26/09 - Amended - Passed House 03/16/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - To Rules 04/03/09


*2457.
By Del. Walters, Ashley and Hartman - Requiring group insurance companies and third party administrators to furnish claims experience to policyholders - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/19/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Banking and Insurance


*2464.
By Del. Spencer, Hatfield, Guthrie, Poling, M. and Morgan - Authorizing county commissions to designate locations for early voting other than the county courthouse or annex - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - (Original same as SB 314) - To House Judiciary 03/19/09 - Passed House 03/27/09 - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*2470.
By Del. Williams, Shaver, Perry, Hartman, Romine, Michael and Sumner - Exempting all schools which include grades kindergarten through twelve from paying consumer sales tax on items the school sells - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 03/04/09 - Passed House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Finance - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules


2474.
By Del. Argento, Talbott, Martin, Staggers, Evans, Williams, Tabb, Miller, C. and Beach - Exempting land-based finfish aquaculture facilities from certain sludge management requirements - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - (Original same as SB 234) - To House Judiciary 02/27/09 - Passed House 03/09/09 - To Senate 03/10/09 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To Judiciary 04/02/09 - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


2485.
By Del. Border and Perdue - Allowing pharmacy interns to vend pseudoephedrine and other chemical precursors of methamphetamine - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/17/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/08/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2504.
By Del. Williams, Boggs, Argento, Poling, D., Pethtel, Marshall, Butcher, Ennis, Rowan and Manypenny - Establishing the Silver Alert Plan, an alert system for missing cognitively impaired persons - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/19/09 - Passed House 02/25/09 - To Senate 02/26/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 04/03/09 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*2528.
By Del. Morgan, Martin, Argento, Beach, Caputo, Cann, Eldridge and Andes - Updating the regulation of the practice of forestry - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/26/09 - To Senate 02/27/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2529.
By Del. Morgan, Martin, Argento, Beach, Caputo, Cann, Eldridge and Andes - Relating to the practice of environmental health science and public health sanitation - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/26/09 - To Senate 02/27/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary


*2530.
By Del. Perry and Poling, M. - Relating to further defining professional student support personnel - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as SB 270) - To House Finance 03/02/09 - Passed House 03/26/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Education then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate with amended title 04/10/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09 - Effective July 1, 2009


*2531.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens and Argento - Updating the regulation of the practice of barbers and cosmetologists - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/26/09 - To Senate 02/27/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2532.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Martin and Swartzmiller - Creating licensure for Marriage and Family Therapists - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/26/09 - To Senate 02/27/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*2533.
By Del. Morgan, Martin, Argento, Beach, Caputo, Eldridge, Andes and Miller, C. - Updating the law governing the practice of veterinary medicine - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/26/09 - To Senate 02/27/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary


*2535.
By Del. Wooton - Creating a tax credit for certain solar energy systems - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance - (Original same as SB 608) - To House Finance 03/20/09 - Amended - Passed House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Finance - On 2nd reading 04/11/09


2536.
By Del. Craig and Boggs - Adding language that includes railcars and locomotives in the category of railroad property that is illegal to interfere or tamper with - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/05/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/06/09 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09


*2538.
By Del. Perry and Poling, M. - Relating to supplemental funding for the provision of alternative programs for limited English proficient students - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as SB 269) - To House Finance 03/02/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Education then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/03/09


2539.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Cann and Miller, C. - Authorizing professional licensing boards to combine administrative staff functions - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/04/09 - Passed House 03/11/09 - To Senate 03/12/09 - To Government Organization - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09


2541.
By Del. Hamilton, Argento, Ireland, Evans, Eldridge, Guthrie, Webster and Schadler - Including poultry among those domesticated farm animals or stock which the owner shall be liable for damages caused by those animals - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/05/09 - Passed House 03/20/09 - To Senate 03/23/09 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To Judiciary 04/02/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*2547.
By Del. Argento, Barker, Martin, Caputo and Eldridge - Relating to pawnbrokers obtaining a signed statement affirming ownership from a seller or pledgor on all sale or pawn transactions - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/25/09 - To Senate 03/26/09 - To Judiciary


*2557.
By Del. Webster, Guthrie, Tabb, Poling, M., Hamilton and Staggers - Relating to the enforcement of new motor vehicle warranties - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/25/09 - To Senate 03/26/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09


2561.
By Del. Sobonya, Stephens, Rowan, Morgan, Miller, C. and Reynolds - Providing that an applicant for a farm use exemption certificate may not be required to appear before any assessor for renewal - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/05/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Agriculture then Judiciary


*2566.
By Del. Mahan, Brown, Eldridge, Ennis, Fragale, Longstreth, Ashley, Rowan and Schadler - Expanding applicability of increased penalties for crimes against certain protected persons - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Judiciary - (Original similar to SB 629 and SB 681) - Passed House 03/23/09 - To Senate 03/24/09 - To Judiciary - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2567.
By Del. Miley, Webster, Ellem, Hamilton, Mahan, Shook and Varner - Relating to filing agency rules with the Secretary of State under the Administrative Procedures Act - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 02/18/09 - Passed House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Judiciary - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*2569.
By Del. Perry, Boggs, Morgan and Ellem - Creating the Juvenile Services Reimbursement Offender Fund - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as SB 281) - 2nd reference dispensed - Amendments pending - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 03/27/09 - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Finance - Passed Senate 04/08/09


*2621.
By Del. Guthrie, Hatfield, Shook, Miley, Webster and Martin - Prohibiting the use of cell phone and text-messaging devices while operating a motor vehicle except when using a hands-free device or in the case of an emergency - Introduced 02/18/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - (Original same as SB 637) - To House Judiciary 02/26/09 - Amended - Passed House 03/27/09 - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Judiciary - Com. amend. as amend - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 04/10/09


*2626.
By Del. Perdue, Walters, Eldridge and Hatfield - Requiring licensure of pharmacy benefit managers - Introduced 02/18/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/03/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2651.
By Del. Talbott, Argento, Pethtel, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Beach, Williams, Anderson, Evans, Schoen and Miller, C. - Repealing article regulating male breeding animals - Introduced 02/18/09 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/05/09 - Passed House 03/16/09 - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Agriculture - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/08/09


2652.
By Del. Talbott, Argento, Pethtel, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Beach, Williams, Anderson, Evans, Schoen and Miller, C. - Repealing the Tree Fruit Industry Self-Improvement Act of 1984 - Introduced 02/18/09 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/05/09 - Passed House 03/16/09 - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Agriculture - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*2660.
By Del. Perry, Shook, Moore and Reynolds - Expanding the definition of limited health care service - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Health and Human Resources - (Original same as SB 286) - To House Health and Human Resources 03/05/09 - Passed House 03/27/09 - To Senate 03/30/09 - Committee reference dispensed - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules


*2684.
By Del. Moore, Webster, Brown, Overington and Schadler - West Virginia Drug Offender Accountability and Treatment Act - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as SB 516) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/11/09 - To Senate 03/12/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/06/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 04/08/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/09/09


*2685.
By Del. Blair, Guthrie and Walters - Amending the Uniform Principal and Income Act - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/04/09 - To Senate 03/05/09 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 03/13/09 - On second reading to Finance 04/06/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate with amended title 04/08/09 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 04/10/09 - Passed House 04/10/09


*2686.
By Del. Walker, Poling, D., Caputo, Boggs, Klempa, Ferro, Butcher, Stephens and Hutchins - Requiring ten minute rest periods for employees during each four hours of work - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/19/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Labor then Judiciary


*2690.
By Del. Talbott, Argento, Pethtel, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Beach, Williams, Anderson, Evans, Schoen and Miller, C. - Updating language pertaining to indemnity for the death of diseased or infected animals - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/12/09 - Passed House 03/23/09 - To Senate 03/24/09 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To Judiciary 04/02/09 - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2691.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Cann and Miller, C. - Repealing outdated sections of West Virginia Code - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/25/09 - Amended - Passed House 03/17/09 - Title amended - To Senate 03/18/09 - To Judiciary


*2694.
By Del. Boggs, Webster, Iaquinta, Ferro, Wooton, Schoen, Tabb, Fleischauer, Schadler, Hamilton and Hutchins - Establishing certain requirements for modification of custodial rights for parent's or guardian's that have been deployed to the United States Armed Forces - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Judiciary - (Original similar to SB 421 and SB 746) - Passed House 03/02/09 - To Senate 03/03/09 - To Military then Judiciary - To Judiciary 04/03/09 - Amended - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*2695.
By Del. Brown - Providing criminal penalties for a hunter who fails to render aid to a person the hunter shoots while hunting - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/12/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/08/09 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/10/09 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 04/10/09


*2701.
By Del. Shaver, Argento and Perry - Relating to an escape of any person from the custody of the Division of Juvenile Services - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/09/09 - To Senate 03/10/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 04/03/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2702.
By Del. Spencer - Relating to the Deputy Sheriff Retirement System Act - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - (Original same as SB 295) - To House Finance 02/26/09 - Passed House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Pensions then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*2703.
By Del. Spencer - Relating to the State Teachers Retirement System - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - (Original same as SB 287) - To House Finance 02/26/09 - Passed House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Pensions then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*2719.
By Del. Morgan and Doyle - Relating to the sale and distribution of craft beer - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/11/09 - To Senate 03/12/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/03/09 - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/10/09


2722.
By Del. Williams, Crosier, Shaver, Ashley, White and Anderson - Providing a one hundred dollar tax credit to certain businesses that are required to reprogram its cash registers because of a change in the food tax - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Finance - Passed House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Finance


*2723.
By Del. Morgan, Martin, Argento, Beach, Caputo, Eldridge, Andes and Miller, C. - Authorizing liens by municipalities and requiring administrative procedures for the assessment and collection of delinquent municipal fees - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/17/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


2734.
By Del. Spencer - Relating to minimum guarantees provided to members who elected to transfer from the Teachers' Defined Contribution System to the Teachers' Retirement System - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - (Original same as SB 288) - To House Finance 02/26/09 - Passed House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Pensions then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/08/09


*2737.
By Del. Webster, Frazier, Longstreth and Sobonya - Authorizing the Administrative Director of the Supreme Court of Appeals to hire regional or specialized probation officers - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as SB 393) - To House Finance 02/25/09 - Passed House 03/30/09 - To Senate 03/31/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/03/09 - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered passage of bill - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*2738.
By Del. Webster, Miley, Fleischauer and Longstreth - Registering protective orders with the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Judiciary - (Original same as SB 392) - Passed House 03/02/09 - To Senate 03/03/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/07/09 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered action - Com. title amendment withdrawn - Passed Senate with amended title 04/07/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/08/09


*2739.
By Del. Webster, Frazier, Fleischauer, Miley and Longstreth - Enhancing the service and enforcement of domestic violence protective orders issued by state courts - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Judiciary - (Original same as SB 423) - Passed House 03/25/09 - To Senate 03/26/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*2742.
By Del. Talbott, Argento, Pethtel, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Beach, Williams, Anderson, Evans, Schoen and Miller, C. - Repealing outdated provisions from the WV Code relating to vinegars - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/12/09 - Passed House 03/20/09 - To Senate 03/23/09 - To Agriculture - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/08/09


*2747.
By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Marshall, Michael, Moore, Rodighiero and Border - Creating a temporary reinvestment fee for health insurers, third party administrators and others - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - (Original same as SB 411) - To House Government Organization 03/10/09 - Amended - Passed House 03/31/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To Finance 04/07/09


*2753.
By Del. Stephens, Klempa, Poling, D., Swartzmiller and Perry - Relating to the continuation of the Design-Build Program - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (Original same as SB 390) - To House Finance 03/11/09 - Passed House 03/30/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/31/09 - To Finance - Amended - Passed Senate 04/08/09 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/09/09 - Effect from passage


*2757.
By Del. Perry, Shook, Ashley, Schoen, Moore, Manchin, Miley, Skaff, Reynolds and Frazier - Relating to financial audits of insurers - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - (Original same as SB 320) - To House Finance 03/05/09 - Passed House 03/25/09 - To Senate 03/26/09 - To Banking and Insurance - Amended - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/08/09


*2767.
By Del. Manchin, Beach, Cann, Doyle, Lawrence, Miley, Tabb and Varner - Changing the membership of the PEIA Financial Board - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 03/17/09 - Passed House 03/30/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To Senate 03/31/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered effective date and passage - Recommitted to Government Organization 04/10/09


*2770.
By Del. Spencer - Relating to the Emergency Medical Services Retirement System Act - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - (Original same as SB 331) - To House Finance 03/12/09 - Passed House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Pensions then Finance - To Finance 04/02/09


*2771.
By Del. Poling, D., Hamilton, Ellem, Shook, Klempa, Hatfield and Miley - Relating to the West Virginia Alcohol and Drug-Free Workplace Act - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/12/09 - Passed House 03/25/09 - To Senate 03/26/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/10/09


*2781.
By Del. Guthrie - Providing a tax credit to sawmills that become certified in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Green Building Rating System - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance - To House Finance 03/19/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Finance


*2788.
By Del. Perry, Staggers, Williams, Ennis, Talbott, Perdue, Frazier, Fragale, Miley and Caputo - Protecting incapacitated adults from abuse or neglect by a caregiver - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Judiciary - (Original similar to SB 294) - To House Judiciary 02/26/09 - Recommitted to Judiciary on 2nd reading 03/18/09 - Amended - Passed House 04/01/09 - Title amended - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary - On 3rd reading with right to amend 04/10/09


*2795.
By Del. Ferro, White, Varner, Talbott, Pethtel, Phillips, Stowers, Hall, Kominar, Klempa and Lawrence - Creating a special hunting and fishing license for persons with a life-threatening condition who are under twenty-one years of age - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - (Original same as SB 448) - To House Judiciary 03/05/09 - Constitutional Rule dispensed - Passed House 03/12/09 - To Senate 03/13/09 - To Natural Resources then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 03/27/09 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered action - On 3rd reading with right to amend 03/30/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 03/30/09 - Passed Senate 03/30/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/31/09 - To Governor 4/2/09 - Approved by Governor 4/8/09


2801.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Hatfield, Staggers, Perry, Perdue and Craig - Updating language and making technical changes and clarifications of the West Virginia Board of Medicine - Introduced 02/25/09 - To Government Organization - (Original similar to SB 427) - Passed House 03/11/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To Senate 03/12/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/10/09 - Effective July 1, 2009


*2807.
By Del. Campbell, Barker, Beach, Miley, Varner, Andes, Cann, Ferro and Canterbury - West Virginia Geographical Information System - Introduced 02/25/09 - To Government Organization - (Original similar to SB 502) - Passed House 03/31/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Judiciary


*2819.
By Del. Brown, Poling, D., Talbott, Miley, Overington and Sobonya - Authorizing miscellaneous agencies and boards to promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 02/25/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/06/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - Effective from passage - Senate requests return of bill from House - Amended - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09 - Effect from passage


*2832.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to critical skills evaluations for students in grades three and eight - Introduced 02/26/09 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as SB 386) - To House Finance 03/23/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Education then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/10/09 - Effective July 1, 2009


*2836.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - School Innovation Zones Act - Introduced 02/26/09 - To Education - (Original same as SB 376) - Passed House 03/23/09 - To Senate 03/24/09 - To Education then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 04/10/09 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 04/10/09


*2839.
By Del. Perdue, Boggs, Hatfield, Border, Moore, Moye and Rodighiero - Relating to the management of pain by physicians - Introduced 02/26/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (Original same as SB 343) - To House Judiciary 03/05/09 - Passed House 03/18/09 - To Senate 03/19/09 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed Senate 04/08/09


2841.
By Del. Talbott and Argento - Extending the time for the city council of Richwood to meet as a levying body - Introduced 02/26/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/05/09 - Constitutional Rule dispensed - Passed House 03/12/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/13/09 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective from passage


*2860.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Regulating the sequestration and storage of carbon dioxide - Introduced 02/26/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as SB 396) - To House Finance 03/18/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*2863.
By Del. Manchin, White, Caputo, Morgan, Poling, M., Webster, Boggs, Fragale, Schadler and Perdue - Relating to construction of state utility projects - Introduced 02/27/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization - (Original same as SB 469 - similar to SB 517) - To House Government Organization 03/19/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09 - Effect from passage


*2868.
By Del. Hunt, White, Webster, Perdue, Paxton, Hatfield, Moore, Tabb, Spencer and Wells - West Virginia Children with Autism Trust Act - Introduced 02/27/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 03/24/09 - Amended - Passed House 04/01/09 - House further considered bill - Title amended - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09


*2869.
By Del. Fleischauer, Staggers, Susman, Caputo, Ferro, Michael, Brown, Hunt, Miley, Barker and Moore - Lengthening the time frame for the filing of post-primary and post general campaign financial statements - Introduced 02/27/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/16/09 - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Judiciary - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*2870.
By Del. Paxton, Stowers, Perry, Caputo, Boggs, Pethtel, Fragale, Poling, M., Duke, Campbell and Spencer - Extending the deadline of the buyback provision provided under the Teachers' Defined Contribution Retirement System to the State Teachers Retirement System - Introduced 02/27/09 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - (Original similar to SB 569) - To House Finance 03/12/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Finance - On 3rd reading with right to amend 04/11/09


*2877.
By Del. Lawrence, Phillips, Poling, D., Stowers, Ferro, Argento and Schadler - Increasing the monetary penalties, removing the possibility of incarceration and adding community service for a minor who misrepresents his or her age when purchasing alcohol - Introduced 02/27/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/18/09 - To Senate 03/19/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/08/09 - Laid over until 4/10/09, Special Calendar - Unfinished Business, Special Calendar 04/10/09 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 04/10/09 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 04/10/09


2884.
By Del. Campbell, Border, Perdue, Webster and White - Long-Term Care Partnership Program - Introduced 03/02/09 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Finance - To House Finance 03/05/09 - Passed House 03/25/09 - To Senate 03/26/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/08/09


*2885.
By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Marshall, Michael, Moore, Rodighiero and Border - Establishing a uniform credentialing form and creating a single credentialing verification organization (CVO) - Introduced 03/02/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (Original same as SB 429) - To House Finance 03/10/09 - Passed House 03/27/09 - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To Finance 04/08/09 - On 2nd reading 04/11/09


*2894.
By Del. Frazier, Shott, Wooton, Sumner, Phillips, Campbell, Mahan, Guthrie, Moore, Perry and Crosier - Establishing tax credits for personal and commercial users of the West Virginia Turnpike - Introduced 03/02/09 - To Finance - Amendments pending - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Finance


*2904.
By Del. Poling, M. and Paxton - Authorizing rules for higher education - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Education - Passed House 03/16/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Education - Passed Senate 04/06/09 - Effective from passage - To Governor 4/9/09


2913.
By Del. Williams, Ennis, Pethtel, Morgan and Stephens - Relating to the Statewide Independent Living Council - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 03/05/09 - Passed House 03/16/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective from passage


*2916.
By Del. Staggers, Morgan, Poling, M., Caputo, Webster, White and Perdue - Relating to the Emergency Medical Services Act - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as SB 586) - To House Finance 03/16/09 - Passed House 03/30/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/31/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


2920.
By Del. Ellem - Eliminating the felony conviction for a second or subsequent conviction of petit larceny - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/19/09 - Title amended - To Senate 03/20/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 04/10/09


*2926.
By Del. Manchin - Establishing a procedure for challenging a candidate's qualifications for elected office - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/05/09 - Passed House 03/27/09 - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


2931.
By Del. White and Campbell - Removing a severance tax on timber for tax years 2010 through 2013 - Introduced 03/04/09 - To Finance - (Original similar to SB 92) - Constitutional Rule dispensed - Passed House 03/12/09 - To Senate 03/13/09 - To Finance - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


2950.
By Del. Webster, Moore, Marshall, Hutchins, Morgan, White, Caputo, Hatfield, Brown, Frazier and Mahan - Creating the Neighborhood Housing and Economic Stabilization Program for low-income minority neighborhoods - Introduced 03/04/09 - To Judiciary - (Original same as SB 446) - Amended - Passed House 03/16/09 - Title amended - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Economic Development then Finance - To Finance 04/02/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 04/08/09 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/09/09 - Effect from passage


2952.
By Del. Webster, Barker, Brown, Ferro, Hunt, Longstreth, Miley, Perry, Shook, Staggers and Ellem - Clarifying that a terroristic threat is a felony regardless of intent to actually commit the threatened act - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as SB 657) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/19/09 - To Senate 03/20/09 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 04/08/09


*2957.
By Del. Beach, Perry, Shaver, Varner, Eldridge, Argento and Williams - Requiring the county extension service to collect applicable data regarding the locations of all cemeteries within West Virginia - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 03/17/09 - Passed House 03/30/09 - To Senate 03/31/09 - To Government Organization


*2958.
By Del. Hamilton - Increasing the fines for a trespassing conviction pursuant to certain circumstances - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Judiciary - (Original similar to SB 143) - Passed House 03/25/09 - To Senate 03/26/09 - To Judiciary - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*2961.
By Del. Fleischauer, Marshall, Beach, Shook, Pethtel, Shaver, Varner, Morgan, Perry, Reynolds and Craig - Adding two members to the institutional boards of governors of West Virginia University and Marshall University based upon race, gender and ethnicity - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Education then Finance - (Original similar to SB 611) - To House Finance 03/24/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Education then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/09/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/10/09 - Effective July 1, 2009


2964.
By Del. Caputo, Manchin and Longstreth - Relating to issuance of renewal license certificate to motor vehicle dealers - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/19/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/06/09


*2965.
By Del. Mahan, Webster, Doyle, Boggs, Phillips, Lawrence and Campbell - Requiring candidates for the House of Delegates and the Senate to file their announcement of candidacies with the Secretary of State - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/19/09 - To Senate 03/20/09 - To Judiciary


2967.
By Del. Poling, M., Paxton and Michael - Encouraging teachers who have achieved a National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certificate to renew their certifications when they expire after ten years, and continuing the salary bonus for renewed certificates - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Education then Finance - (Original similar to SB 56 and SB 80) - To House Finance 03/13/09 - Passed House 03/30/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To Senate 03/31/09 - To Education then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09


*2968.
By Del. Mahan, Sumner, Moye, Wooton and Susman - Requiring the State Fire Commission to establish safety standards for liquefied petroleum gas systems - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/11/09 - Amended - Passed House 03/20/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/23/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - Effective from passage - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered effective date and passage - Title amendment withdrawn - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective from passage


*2969.
By Del. Mahan, Sumner, Moye, Wooton and Susman - Requiring firefighters to have annual hazardous materials training - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Government Organization - Passed House 03/16/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/08/09


*2976.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Requiring the State Fire Commission to promulgate rules pertaining to the State Building Code - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as SB 504) - To House Finance 03/20/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


2981.
By Del. Fleischauer, Hatfield, Staggers, Doyle, Shook, Moore, Klempa, Brown, Susman, Frazier and Longstreth - Relating to primary elections and nominating procedures of third-party candidates - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary - Laid over on 3rd reading 4/10/09


*2985.
By Del. Ennis, Spencer, Rowan, Pethtel, Romine, Cann, Ferro, Michael, Smith, Williams and Paxton - Providing information on the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind to the guardian of a child with a visual or auditory impairment - Introduced 03/09/09 - To Education - Passed House 03/18/09 - To Senate 03/19/09 - To Education then Judiciary


*2986.
By Del. Manchin, Longstreth and Caputo - Imposing a tax of $50 on the transfer of real estate valued at $25,000 or more within the incorporated limits of any municipality - Introduced 03/09/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/19/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Government Organization then Finance


*2999.
By Del. White, Campbell, Kominar, Doyle and Carmichael - Relating to the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement and the West Virginia consumers sales and service tax and use tax - Introduced 03/09/09 - To Finance - (Original same as SB 479) - Passed House 03/26/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Finance - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective from passage


3011.
By Del. Brown, Guthrie and Hatfield - Repealing the section of code relating to limitation on political activity of officers or employees in the administration of the Vocational Rehabilitation Program - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/18/09 - Passed House 03/25/09 - To Senate 03/26/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*3017.
By Del. Campbell and Canterbury - Exempting from the consumers sales and service tax and use tax any sales of donated clothing or clothing accessories - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Finance - (Original same as SB 710) - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Finance - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 04/10/09 - Senate receded and adopted 43 04/10/09


*3022.
By Del. Hatfield, Guthrie, Perdue, Brown, Hunt, Skaff, Spencer, Wells, Campbell and Canterbury - Creating a medical home health care plan for uninsured adults - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 03/20/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/08/09


*3036.
By Del. Schoen - Relating to notice and publication requirements for expungement petitions - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate with amended title 04/08/09 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 04/10/09 - Passed House 04/10/09


*3043.
By Del. White, Campbell, Poling, D. and Shook - Prohibiting extended coverage upon retirement based on years of service for new higher education employees - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - (Original same as SB 492) - To House Finance 03/17/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Education then Finance


3047.
By Del. White, Campbell, Poling, D. and Shook - Clarifying that the Director of the Public Employees Insurance Agency is authorized to enter into capitated provider arrangements for provision of primary health care services - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (Original same as SB 450) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/17/09 - To Senate 03/18/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To Finance 04/07/09 - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*3051.
By Del. Caputo, Manchin and Longstreth - Providing veterans' death certificates to families and funeral directors at no cost - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance - To House Finance 03/12/09 - Amended - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Military then Finance


*3057.
By Del. Lawrence, Tabb, Skaff, Romine, Smith, Fragale and Williams - Requiring all law-enforcement agencies to certify qualified law-enforcement officers to carry concealed firearms - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Judiciary - (Original similar to SB 305) - Amended - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary


*3063.
By Del. Talbott, Argento and Shaver - Relating to hunting, tagging and reporting bear - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/19/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Natural Resources - Passed Senate 04/10/09


3066.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Martin, Talbott, Butcher, Argento and Poling, D. - Clarifying the supervision requirements for elevator apprentices under elevator safety - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Government Organization - Passed House 03/23/09 - To Senate 03/24/09 - To Labor - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*3074.
By Del. Miley - Allowing the Secretary of State to notify people with delinquent taxes by certified mail - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/24/09 - To Senate 03/25/09 - To Judiciary - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*3076.
By Del. Martin, Walker, Butcher, Poling, D., Poling, M., Boggs, Perry, Caputo, Hamilton and Ellem - Relating to the regulation and operation of cranes - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/30/09 - Title amended - To Senate 03/31/09 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


3079.
By Del. Guthrie, Campbell, White, Hatfield and Perdue - Changing the definition of "health care provider" and "drug" for the purpose of consumers sales tax, and exempting from the consumers sales tax drugs purchased by veterinarians to be dispensed by prescription for the treatment of animals - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (Original same as SB 533 - similar to SB 748) - To House Finance 03/19/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Finance


*3082.
By Del. Moore, Webster, Shook, Caputo, Barker, Fleischauer, Fragale, Miley, Marshall and Perry - Relating to the gathering and reporting of foreclosure data and statistics - Introduced 03/12/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Political Subdivisions 03/12/09 - To House Judiciary 03/19/09 - Passed House 03/27/09 - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Banking and Insurance - Amended - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/08/09


3083.
By Del. Andes, Border, Anderson, Perdue, Hamilton, Caputo, Perry, Miley, Hatfield, Wooton and Webster - Permitting blood donations by persons age sixteen with parental consent - Introduced 03/12/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (Original similar to SB 581) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/20/09 - To Senate 03/23/09 - Committee reference dispensed - Passed Senate with amended title 03/25/09 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 03/26/09 - Passed House 03/26/09 - To Governor 3/30/09 - Approved by Governor 4/1/09


*3086.
By Del. Eldridge, Miller, C., Stowers, Rodighiero, Barker, Butcher, Crosier, Blair and Sobonya - Permitting home incarceration supervisors to carry handguns in the course of their official duties - Introduced 03/12/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/25/09 - To Senate 03/26/09 - To Judiciary


*3098.
By Del. Guthrie - Relating to the payment of travel expenses of workers' compensation claimants - Introduced 03/12/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary then Finance


*3105.
By Del. Klempa, Hutchins, Schoen, Ferro, Hamilton, Ennis, Brown, Varner, Ellem, Pethtel and Caputo - Establishing drug free zones at regularly designated school bus stops - Introduced 03/12/09 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 03/23/09 - Amendments pending - Amended - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Education then Finance


*3120.
By Del. Morgan, Marshall, Talbott, Martin, Klempa and Paxton - Increasing the WV Prosecuting Attorneys Institute's executive council's elected members from five to seven and permitting the appointment of special prosecutors in juvenile delinquency, child abuse or neglect proceedings - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (Original similar to SB 577) - To House Judiciary 03/18/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/06/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*3132.
By Del. Fleischauer, Lawrence, Klempa, Marshall, Martin, Staggers, Michael, Hamilton, Brown, Beach and Phillips - Relating to pedestrians' right-of-way in crosswalks - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/19/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary


*3134.
By Del. Fleischauer, Beach, Marshall, Shook, Hunt, Frazier, Brown, Miley, Longstreth, Lawrence and Manchin - Municipal vote by mail pilot program - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*3146.
By Del. Moye, Perry, Shaver, Caputo, Fragale and Rodighiero - Relating to seniority rights for school service personnel - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Education - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Education - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09


3155.
By Del. Campbell, White and Kominar - Relating to the renewal of the West Virginia Small Business Linked Deposit Program - Introduced 03/16/09 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/19/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Economic Development then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/03/09 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/09/09


*3158.
By Del. White, Boggs, Caputo, Fragale, Webster, Morgan, Poling, M., Campbell, Craig, Schadler and Rowan - Providing assistance to certain political subdivision activities involving municipal policemen's and firemen's pensions and relief systems and volunteer fire departments - Introduced 03/16/09 - To Finance - Amendments pending - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 03/25/09 - Title amended - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/26/09 - To Pensions then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09


3169.
By Del. Webster, Wooton, Shook, Fleischauer, Miley, Manchin, Ellem, Frazier, Lane and Shott - Providing a detailed standard of review that the county commission may apply in reviewing the findings of a fiduciary supervisor on probate matters - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Judiciary - (Original same as SB 725) - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Judiciary


3170.
By Del. Webster, Wooton, Shook, Fleischauer, Miley, Manchin, Ellem, Frazier, Lane and Shott - Clarifying the filing and review of the periodic accountings of conservators of incapacitated protected persons - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Judiciary - (Original same as SB 722) - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


3189.
By Del. Morgan, Boggs, Caputo, Fragale, White, Webster and Poling, M. - Adding members to the Capitol Building Commission - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Government Organization - (Original same as SB 649) - Amended - Passed House 03/27/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/30/09 - Committee reference dispensed - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/07/09 - Effective from passage - To Governor 4/9/09


3190.
By Del. Spencer, Campbell and Williams - Allowing the purchase of service credit for those emergency services officers who transferred into the Emergency Medical Services Retirement System from the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 03/19/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Pensions then Finance


3192.
By Del. Ferro, Fleischauer, Hall, Varner, Beach, Stowers, Pethtel, Klempa and Lawrence - Requiring reports to the Governor from state agencies to be made available electronically via the internet - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Government Organization - Passed House 03/27/09 - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Government Organization - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules


*3194.
By Del. Ferro and Hamilton - Making it a misdemeanor to knowingly file false information with the Secretary of State - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*3195.
By Del. Argento, Boggs, Craig, Hatfield, Perdue, Pethtel and Williams - Establishing a funding mechanism for state aid for local health departments - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (Original similar to SB 731) - To House Finance 03/24/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/08/09 - On 2nd reading 04/11/09


*3196.
By Del. Marshall, Iaquinta, Craig, Manchin, Evans and Anderson - Declaring certain claims against the state and its agencies to be moral obligations of the state - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Finance - (Original similar to SB 636) - Passed House 03/27/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Finance - Passed Senate 04/08/09 - Effective from passage


3197.
By Del. Fleischauer, Beach, Shook, Marshall, Manchin, Talbott, Miley, Mahan, Caputo, Fragale and Perdue - Authorizing municipalities to permit nonpolice officers to issue citations for littering - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/08/09 - On 2nd reading 04/11/09


*3208.
By Del. Fragale, Williams, Duke, Shott and Smith - Including the hours of training county board members have acquired - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Education then Judiciary - (Original same as SB 739) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/27/09 - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Education then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/03/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/07/09 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 04/08/09 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 04/09/09 - To conference 04/10/09


*3224.
By Del. Wooton, Ellem, Frazier, Hartman, Manchin, Miley, Perry, Ross, Shook, Shott and Webster - Relating to compensation for condemnation commissioners - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Finance


3229.
By Del. Poling, M., Paxton, Stowers, Ennis, Moye, Shaver, Williams, Perry, Shott, Sumner and Canterbury (Originating in House Education) - Relating to creation of the Science and Research Council - Introduced 03/18/09 - Passed House 03/23/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To Senate 03/24/09 - To Education then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/03/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/07/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/08/09 - Effective July 1, 2009


*3240.
By Del. White and Kominar - Giving the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles authority to approve all-terrain vehicle rider safety awareness courses - Introduced 03/19/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/06/09 - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*3275.
By Del. White, Campbell, Craig, Boggs, Webster and Miley - Changing the date through which governmental entities are required to purchase workers' compensation - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (Original same as SB 702) - To House Finance 03/25/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - Committee reference dispensed - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules


*3276.
By Del. Boggs - Amending the professional surveyors act - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Government Organization - (Original same as SB 531) - Passed House 04/01/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Government Organization


*3278.
By Del. Perry, Ashley and Moore - Relating to the life and health insurance guaranty association - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - (Original same as SB 689) - To House Judiciary 03/26/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/07/09 - Amended - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


*3288.
By Del. Perry, Shaver, Ashley and Moore - Relating to mental health parity - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


3295.
By Del. White - Relating to the West Virginia State Treasurer's Office - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 03/24/09 - Passed House 03/31/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Finance - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective from passage


*3305.
By Del. Webster, Caputo, Frazier, Hutchins, Kominar, Miley, Moore and Staggers - Relating to the powers and duties of probation officers - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Judiciary - (Original similar to SB 369) - Passed House 04/01/09 - Title amended - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate further considered bill - On 3rd reading with right to amend 04/09/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*3313.
By Del. Cann, Varner, Klempa, Craig and Manchin - Allowing depositories and banks to meet the security requirement necessary to be a depository for boards of education by providing a letter of credit from a federal home loan bank - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 03/24/09 - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/07/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09


*3314.
By Del. Varner, Perdue, Miley, Hunt, White, Beach, Campbell, Hamilton, Hall, Shaver and Ellem - Relating to concealed handgun licensing - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/10/09


*3336.
By Del. Perdue - Continuing early intervention services to families with developmentally delayed infants and toddlers but eliminating the cost-free provision - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/31/09 - To Senate 04/01/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - On second reading to Finance 04/08/09 - On 3rd reading 04/11/09


3337.
By Del. Webster, Caputo, White, Guthrie and Marshall - Relating to the regulation and control of elections - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 04/01/09 - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Judiciary


*3339.
By Del. Mahan - Facilitating the complete closure of the Gwinn, otherwise known as the Midwest Services Landfill, located in Summers County - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Judiciary - Passed House 04/01/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 04/02/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On second reading to Judiciary 04/08/09


3340.
By Del. Poling, M. and Paxton (Originating in House Education) - Relating to entry into a data state compact among the Higher Education Policy Commission, Council for Community and Technical College Education and State Board of Education - Introduced 03/24/09 - Passed House 03/27/09 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/30/09 - To Education - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/09/09 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 04/10/09 - Effect from passage



HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS

COMMUNICATED TO SENATE


5.
By Del. Mahan, Fleischauer, Brown, Eldridge, Ennis, Ashley, Rowan and Schadler - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study the safety issues of those who provide home visits to families in West Virginia - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/09/09 - To Senate 04/10/09 - To Judiciary then Rules


6.
By Del. Mahan, Fleischauer, Brown, Eldridge, Ennis, Ashley, Rowan and Schadler - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance reconstitute Select Committee A on Children, Juveniles and Other Matters - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/09/09 - To Senate 04/10/09 - To Judiciary then Rules


7.
By Del. Fleischauer, Iaquinta, Longstreth, Stephens and Azinger - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to continue studying the needs, challenges and issues facing veterans - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/03/09 - To Senate 04/06/09 - To Military then Rules - Referred to Rules 04/07/09


10.
By Del. Guthrie, Brown, Hatfield, Hunt, Skaff, Spencer and Wells - The "T-5 Leon Whitlock and PFC Forrest Wilson Memorial Bridge" and the "SFC Stanley Williams Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/04/09 - To Senate 03/05/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


12.
By Del. Barker, Eldridge, Rodighiero, Butcher and Stowers - The "Sebert S. Duty Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Rules - Laid over until 3/5/09, House Calendar - Adopted by House 03/05/09 - To Senate 03/06/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


14.
By Del. Smith and Hamilton - The "Corporal William Dely Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/13/09 - To Senate 03/16/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


16.
By Del. Barker, Butcher, Eldridge and Stowers - The "Willis W. Elkins Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/04/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/23/09 - To Senate 03/24/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


17.
By Del. Porter, Shott and Frazier - The "War Veterans of Mercer County Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Rules - Laid over until 3/16/09, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/16/09 - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


18.
By Del. Butcher, Eldridge, Stowers and Rodighiero - The "Chief Master Sergeant George Wallace Hedrick, Jr, Bridge" - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Rules - Amended - Adopted by House 03/13/09 - To Senate 03/16/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


19.
By Del. Eldridge, Butcher, Craig, Morgan, Rodighiero, Stephens and Stowers - Requesting the Division of Highways to rename Guy Gillenwater Hollow to "Heritage Road" - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Rules - Amended - Adopted by House 03/13/09 - To Senate 03/16/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


20.
By Del. Stephens, Reynolds, Craig, Morgan, Miller, C. and Sobonya - Requesting the Division of Highways add to the signage on bridge number O6-O2-0.10, in Cabell County, adding "Green Beret" above "Sgt. Jackie L. Waymire Memorial Bridge" and "Recipient of DSC KIA Vietnam 1967" below - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/13/09 - To Senate 03/16/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


21.
By Del. Sumner, Mahan, Moye, Susman and Wooton - The "Staff Sgt. Jeremy Alexander Brown Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Rules - Amended - Adopted by House 03/13/09 - To Senate 03/16/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


22.
By Del. Butcher, Eldridge, Stowers and Rodighiero - The "Buffalo Creek Memorial Highway" - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/13/09 - To Senate 03/16/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


24.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Ennis, Azinger, Beach, Brown, Butcher, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Evans, Ferro, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Hartman, Hutchins, Klempa, Kominar, Manypenny, McGeehan, Michael, Moore, Pethtel, Ross, Shook, Spencer, Talbott, Varner and White - Declaring the month of May be proclaimed as Lyme Disease Awareness Month beginning in 2009 - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/19/09 - To Senate 03/20/09 - To Health and Human Resources


25.
By Del. Varner and Ferro - Requesting that the Division of Highways relocate the marker known as the Washington Lands Marker in Moundsville - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/16/09 - To Senate 03/17/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


28.
By Del. Miller, C., Stephens, Sobonya, Reynolds, Craig and Morgan - The "Sgt. Daniel Pesimer Memorial Bridge Killed in Vietnam, 1968" - Introduced 03/12/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/18/09 - To Senate 03/19/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


29.
By Del. Talbott - The "Arden Cogar, Sr. Bridge" - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/18/09 - To Senate 03/19/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


30.
By Del. Eldridge, Butcher, Rodighiero, Stowers and Louisos - The "Marine Pvt. Robert Clayton Stephenson Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure


31.
By Del. Phillips and Hall - The "Airman First Class Christopher Burns Lester Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


35.
By Del. Miller, C., Sobonya, Stephens, Reynolds, Craig and Morgan - The "Pvt. Russell Curtis Knight Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/23/09 - To Senate 03/24/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure


37.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. White, Eldridge, Anderson, Ashley, Barker, Boggs, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Caputo, Carmichael, Craig, Crosier, Ennis, Evans, Fragale, Givens, Guthrie, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Klempa, Kominar, Longstreth, Mahan, Manchin, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Perdue, Phillips, Poling, M., Reynolds, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Swartzmiller, Varner, Walker, Walters, Webster, Williams and Wooton - Declaring Bituminous Coal to be the official state rock - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/07/09 - To Senate 04/08/09 - To Government Organization


39.
By Del. Manypenny, Argento, Azinger, Beach, Boggs, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Caputo, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Eldridge, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Ireland, Klempa, Kominar, Lawrence, Louisos, Mahan, Marshall, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Reynolds, Rowan, Schadler, Shaver, Shook, Skaff, Smith, Sobonya, Spencer, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Susman, Tabb, Varner, Walker, Webster, Wells, White and Wooton - The "Clair Bee: Basketball Coach and Author Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/26/09 - To Senate 03/27/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


40.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Armstead, Anderson, Ashley, Azinger, Blair, Boggs, Border, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Duke, Ellem, Evans, Fragale, Hamilton, Hatfield, Ireland, Lane, Marshall, McGeehan, Miller, C., Morgan, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Poling, M., Porter, Romine, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shott, Sobonya, Sumner, Talbott, Webster and White - Memorializing the life Cecil H. Underwood, former Governor of the State of West Virginia - Introduced 03/19/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/19/09 - To Senate 03/20/09 - To Rules


43.
By Del. Kominar, White, Moore, Talbott, Perdue, Perry, Staggers and Frazier - The "Vietnam Veterans Highway" - Introduced 03/20/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/10/09


44.
By Del. Ashley, Louisos, Perry, Walker, Staggers and Boggs - The "SFC Jaime Scott Nicholas Memorial Highway" - Introduced 03/24/09 - To Rules - Amended - Adopted by House 04/03/09 - To Senate 04/06/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


45.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Guthrie, White, Doyle, Anderson, Ashley, Barker, Beach, Blair, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Craig, Crosier, Eldridge, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fragale, Givens, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Klempa, Kominar, Mahan, Manchin, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, Moore, Morgan, Perdue, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, M., Reynolds, Ross, Schadler, Skaff, Spencer, Stephens, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Varner, Walters, Webster, Wells, Williams and Wooton - The "Bob Basil Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/24/09 - To Rules - Laid over until 4/6/09, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 04/06/09 - To Senate 04/07/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


46.
By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Perry, Rodighiero, Staggers, Moye, Phillips, Lawrence, Eldridge, Border, Rowan, Andes, Miller, C. and Miller, J. (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study on expanding the scope of practice for optometrists - Introduced 03/24/09 - To House Rules 03/24/09 - Adopted by House 03/30/09 - To Senate 03/31/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - To Rules 04/09/09


47.
By Del. Hamilton, Poling, M. and Smith - The "PFC Ronald 'Ronnie' Dean, USMC, Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/25/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/30/09 - To Senate 03/31/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


53.
By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Wooton, Campbell, Phillips, Marshall, Staggers, Manypenny, Susman, Rodighiero, Lawrence, Fleischauer, Eldridge, Poling, D., Miller, C., Miller, J., Rowan and Border (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study on identifying good perinatal health education models or developing models in West Virginia - Introduced 03/31/09 - To House Rules 03/31/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


54.
By Del. Morgan, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Anderson, Andes, Argento, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Beach, Blair, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Duke, Eldridge, Ellem, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Ireland, Klempa, Kominar, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, McGeehan, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, J., Moore, Moye, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shaver, Shook, Shott, Skaff, Smith, Sobonya, Spencer, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Sumner, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Walters, Webster, Wells, White, Williams and Wooton - The "Margarette Riggins Leach Memorial Roadway" - Introduced 04/02/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/10/09


57.
By Del. Caputo, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Boggs, Butcher, Campbell, Eldridge, Fragale, Hall, Klempa, Kominar, Lawrence, Mahan, Miley, Morgan, Paxton, Perry, Phillips, Poling, D., Ross, Shaver, Skaff, Stephens, Stowers, Swartzmiller and Varner - Requesting the Governor adopt a "West Virginia Coal Miner Appreciation Day" in the State of West Virginia - Introduced 04/02/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/06/09 - To Senate 04/07/09 - To Rules


59.
By Del. Shott, Frazier, Perry, Porter, Shaver, McGeehan, Sumner, Louisos, Williams, Beach and Phillips - Requesting the Legislature to establish a Joint Legislative Committee on Public Service Commission Accountability and Effectiveness - Introduced 04/03/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/09/09 - To Senate 04/10/09 - To Government Organization then Rules


61.
By Del. Williams, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Beach, Butcher, Caputo, Crosier, Evans, Fragale, Hartman, Klempa, Louisos, Marshall, Michael, Morgan, Moye, Perry, Poling, D., Poling, M., Shaver, Tabb, Varner, Walker and White - The "Trooper First Class James Thomas Brammer Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 04/03/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/09/09 - To Senate 04/10/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure


62.
By Del. Manchin, Beach, Cann, Doyle, Fragale, Hartman, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Miley, Poling, D., Ross, Susman, Tabb, Williams, Anderson, Duke, Ellem, Schadler, Cowles and Sumner (Originating in House Political Subdivisions) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize the study of the creation of art, entertainment and enterprise districts within political subdivisions - Introduced 04/02/09 - To House Rules 04/02/09 - Adopted by House 04/08/09 - To Senate 04/09/09 - To Government Organization then Rules


66.
By Del. Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Ireland, Porter, Sumner, Shott, Walters, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Anderson, Andes, Argento, Barker, Beach, Blair, Boggs, Border, Brown, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Crosier, Doyle, Duke, Ellem, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Klempa, Kominar, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, J., Moore, Morgan, Moye, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Ross, Rowan, Schadler, Schoen, Shaver, Shook, Skaff, Smith, Sobonya, Spencer, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Webster, Wells, White, Williams and Wooton - Requesting the Division of Highways place a commemorative sign indicating the 38th parallel in honor of veterans of the Korean War - Introduced 04/03/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/09/09 - To Senate 04/10/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure


70.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Manypenny, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Azinger, Cowles, McGeehan, Miller, C., Miller, J., Porter and Rowan (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study of the law governing the West Virginia Board of Professional Engineers - Introduced 04/03/09 - To House Rules 04/03/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


71.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Manypenny, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Azinger, Cowles, McGeehan, Miller, C., Miller, J., Porter and Rowan (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study of the law governing the West Virginia Board of Architects - Introduced 04/03/09 - To House Rules 04/03/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


72.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Manypenny, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Azinger, Cowles, McGeehan, Miller, C., Miller, J., Porter and Rowan (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study of the law governing the West Virginia State Board of Pharmacy - Introduced 04/03/09 - To House Rules 04/03/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


73.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Manypenny, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Azinger, Cowles, McGeehan, Miller, C., Miller, J., Porter and Rowan (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study on the West Virginia Board of Social Work Examiners - Introduced 04/03/09 - To House Rules 04/03/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


74.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Manypenny, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Azinger, Cowles, McGeehan, Miller, C., Miller, J., Porter and Rowan (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study of the feasibility of adopting a uniform lien filing system - Introduced 04/03/09 - To House Rules 04/03/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


75.
By Del. Walker, Louisos, Perry, Staggers, Argento, Beach, Butcher, Hall, Martin, McGeehan, Ross, Shott and Skaff - The "Pearl Harbor: PFC Carey K. Stockwell Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 04/04/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/08/09 - To Senate 04/09/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - On Unfinished Business 04/11/09


79.
By Del. Skaff, Argento, Azinger, Beach, Border, Brown, Butcher, Cann, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Duke, Eldridge, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hatfield, Hunt, Iaquinta, Klempa, Kominar, Lawrence, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Marshall, Michael, Morgan, Moye, Pethtel, Poling, D., Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Ross, Schadler, Schoen, Shott, Smith, Spencer, Stephens, Stowers, Sumner, Tabb, Varner, Walters and Wells - Proclaiming April, 2009, to be the Month of the Military Child - Introduced 04/07/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 04/07/09 - To Senate 04/08/09 - To Government Organization


83.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Azinger, Cowles, McGeehan, Miller, C. and Porter (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study of the law governing the West Virginia Board of Physical Therapy - Introduced 04/07/09 - To House Rules 04/07/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


84.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Cowles, McGeehan, Miller, C. and Porter (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study on the Athletic Commission and the regulation of Mixed Martial Arts - Introduced 04/07/09 - To House Rules 04/07/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


86.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Butcher, Cann, Hartman, Hatfield, Manypenny, Martin, Poling, D., Ross, Skaff, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Azinger, McGeehan, Miller, C., Miller, J. and Porter (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the safety, conservation, and preservation of all statewide trails - Introduced 04/07/09 - To House Rules 04/07/09 - Adopted by House 04/10/09


88.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Anderson, Argento, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Beach, Boggs, Border, Butcher, Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Duke, Eldridge, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Frazier, Givens, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hunt, Hutchins, Iaquinta, Ireland, Klempa, Kominar, Lane, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, Miller, C., Miller, J., Moye, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, Poling, D., Poling, M., Porter, Rodighiero, Ross, Rowan, Shaver, Shook, Skaff, Smith, Sobonya, Stephens, Stowers, Susman, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Varner, Walker, White and Williams - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to appoint a select interim committee to study the issue of a constitutional amendment to prohibit the state from recognizing same sex marriages - Introduced 04/08/09 - To Rules - Adopted by House 04/10/09


113.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Perdue - The "Ralph L. Dawson Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 04/10/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 04/10/09


118.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Boggs, Campbell, Caputo, Fragale, Guthrie, Hatfield, Mahan, Marshall, Miley, Morgan, Paxton, Perdue, Poling, M., Stephens, Talbott, Varner, Webster and White - Requesting a study to analyze and evaluate the operating practices, administrative procedures and legal issues associated with the state administration of the Division of Highways - Introduced 04/10/09 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 04/10/09



ALL SENATE BILLS PASSED BY SENATE

AND COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE


12.
By Sen. Jenkins, Williams, Barnes, Facemire, Wells, Chafin and White - Allowing 2-year motorcycle registration period - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - (original similar to HB 2318) - To Finance 02/25/09 - Passed Senate 03/23/09 - To House 03/23/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 04/08/09 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/09/09


*15.
By Sen. Plymale, Deem, Stollings and Jenkins - Limiting certain parks and recreation entities' liability - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 03/17/09 - Com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - Passed Senate 03/30/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 04/02/09


*17.
By Sen. Plymale, Bowman and White - Increasing certain Cultural Facilities and Capitol Resources Matching Grant Program Fund allocations - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - To Finance 03/25/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/30/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 04/06/09


*45.
By Sen. Fanning and Chafin - Authorizing Department of Environmental Protection Secretary to sign National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permits - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - (original similar to HB 3206) - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - On second reading to Judiciary 03/26/09 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/02/09 - To Judiciary


*56.
By Sen. Edgell, Foster, Unger, Wells and Plymale - Awarding National Board for Professional Teaching Standards salary bonus to certain teachers - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Education then Finance - (original similar to HB 2967) - To Finance 02/25/09 - Com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - Passed Senate 03/30/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 03/31/09 - To Education then Finance


*57.
By Sen. Edgell and Kessler - Relating to certain school coaches' requirements - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Education then Finance - (original similar to HB 2589) - Com. sub. reported 03/20/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/25/09 - To House 03/26/09 - To Education


63.
By Sen. Plymale, Jenkins and White - Increasing deposit from State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund to Higher Education Improvement Fund - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Education then Finance - To Finance 02/25/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 04/01/09 - To Finance


66.
By Sen. Oliverio - Relating to school employees' donated personal leave days - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate with amended title 03/11/09 - To House 03/12/09 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 04/06/09


*75.
By Sen. Kessler, Guills and White - Establishing alcohol use by minors as juvenile delinquent offense - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/18/09 - Passed Senate 03/23/09 - To House 03/23/09 - To Judiciary


*78.
By Sen. Kessler, Yost and Sypolt - Relating to special license plates - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - Com. sub. reported 03/03/09 - To Finance 03/03/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/30/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


*84.
By Sen. Unger and Facemire - Authorizing municipalities to provide free parking for certain veterans - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - On second reading to Finance 03/27/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Finance


*99.
By Sen. White - Sentencing discretion for certain youthful offenders - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/26/09 - Passed Senate 03/03/09 - To House 03/04/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*142.
By Sen. White and Foster - Relating to Tourism Development Act - Introduced 02/11/09 - To Economic Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 03/17/09 - To Finance 03/17/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance - To House Finance 04/02/09


*153.
By Sen. Minard, Fanning, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and Facemyer - Authorizing Department of Environmental Protection promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/23/09 - Passed Senate 03/26/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/26/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/07/09 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/08/09 - Effective from passage


*172.
By Sen. Minard, Fanning, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and Facemyer - Authorizing Department of Administration promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Pensions then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/24/09 - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/31/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/09/09 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment as amended and passed bill 04/10/09 - Effective from passage


*195.
By Sen. Minard, Fanning, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and Facemyer - Authorizing Department of Health and Human Resources promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 02/20/09 - To Judiciary 03/17/09 - Com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - Passed Senate 03/27/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/27/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/09/09 - Effect from passage


*227.
By Sen. Minard, Fanning, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and Facemyer - Authorizing Department of Revenue promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 03/06/09 - Com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - Passed Senate with amended title 04/01/09 - Effective from passage - To House 04/01/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amendments pending - Amended - Passed House 04/10/09 - Title amended - Effect from passage


*238.
By Sen. McCabe, Palumbo, Kessler, Snyder, Foster and Wells - Prohibiting discrimination based upon age or sexual orientation - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Judiciary - (original similar to HB 2454 and HB 2925) - Com. sub. reported 03/10/09 - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 03/12/09 - Rejected 03/12/09 - On 3rd reading - Rejected by Senate 03/13/09 - Passed Senate 03/13/09 - To House 03/16/09 - To Judiciary


*239.
By Sen. McCabe, Foster, Palumbo, Wells and Kessler - Allowing majority vote for certain metro government approval - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/19/09 - To Judiciary 02/19/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/25/09 - Passed Senate 03/02/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/03/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 04/09/09 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/10/09


*242.
By Sen. Kessler, Foster, White and Plymale - Relating to DUI offenses - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Judiciary - (original same as HB 2664) - Com. sub. reported 04/01/09 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/02/09 - To Judiciary


*243.
By Sen. McCabe, Caruth, Plymale and Prezioso - Relating to issuing general obligation bonds - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 03/05/09 - Passed Senate 03/10/09 - To House 03/11/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/09/09 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/10/09


*244.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) and Caruth [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to public employees' reemployment after retirement - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Pensions then Judiciary then Finance - (original same as HB 2334) - To Judiciary 02/17/09 - Com. sub. reported 03/06/09 - To Finance 03/06/09 - Passed Senate 03/24/09 - To House 03/24/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/09/09


*246.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) and Caruth [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to unemployment compensation generally - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as HB 2336) - Com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - On second reading to Finance 03/25/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amendments pending - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*249.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) and Caruth [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to annual school calendar - Introduced 02/13/09 - To Education then Finance - (original same as HB 2402 - similar to HB 3215) - Com. sub. reported 03/04/09 - To Finance 03/04/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/20/09 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/25/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 03/26/09 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/10/09 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2009


251.
By Sen. McCabe, Green, Stollings, Plymale, Facemire, Kessler and Bowman - Authorizing issuance of revenue bonds for public projects - Introduced 02/13/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 02/19/09 - Passed Senate 03/10/09 - To House 03/11/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - To House Finance 04/02/09


*253.
By Sen. Kessler - Relating to certain sexual offenses by or against inmates - Introduced 02/13/09 - To Judiciary - (original same as HB 2420) - Com. sub. reported 03/03/09 - Passed Senate 03/06/09 - To House 03/09/09 - To Judiciary


*256.
By Sen. Snyder - Providing additional requirements for certain property annexation - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (original same as HB 2845 - similar to HB 2448) - Com. sub. reported 03/12/09 - To Judiciary 03/12/09 - Passed Senate 03/23/09 - To House 03/23/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 04/10/09 - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 04/10/09


*257.
By Sen. Browning, Green, Stollings, Wells, Plymale and Chafin - Creating nonvoting student member position on county boards of education - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective from passage - To House 04/01/09 - To Education


*258.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) and Caruth [By Request of the Executive] - Clarifying local fiscal bodies cannot be held liable for certain deficits - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as HB 2406) - Com. sub. reported 03/19/09 - To Finance 03/19/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective from passage - To House 04/01/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*259.
By Sen. Kessler and Chafin - Clarifying certain terminology within Courthouse Facilities Improvement Authority - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/24/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/02/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/03/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/06/09 - Effect from passage


*261.
By Sen. Jenkins - Mandating party executive committees submit certain nominees 70 days before election - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Judiciary - (original same as HB 3324) - Com. sub. reported 03/18/09 - Passed Senate 03/23/09 - To House 03/23/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/07/09


262.
By Sen. Snyder - Removing prohibition against using county's General Revenue Fund for historic preservation - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as HB 3056) - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 03/10/09 - To House 03/11/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 04/09/09


*263.
By Sen. Green, White and Palumbo - Disclosing certain inmates' personal communications - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Judiciary - (original same as HB 2443) - Com. sub. reported 03/03/09 - Passed Senate 03/06/09 - To House 03/09/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/03/09 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/06/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*271.
By Sen. Williams and Plymale - Requiring write-in candidates pay filing fee - Introduced 02/16/09 - To Judiciary - (original same as HB 2657) - Com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Judiciary then Finance


*274.
By Sen. Sypolt and Williams - Allowing county boards of education enter into lease-purchase agreements - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original similar to HB 3157) - Com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 04/01/09 - To Education then Finance


*276.
By Sen. Sypolt - Imposing statute of limitations on certain real property civil actions - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/12/09 - Passed Senate 03/17/09 - To House 03/18/09 - To Judiciary


*277.
By Sen. Snyder and Unger - Requiring Tax Commissioner create single dwelling residential housing index - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as HB 2873) - Com. sub. reported 03/05/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/10/09 - To House 03/11/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 04/01/09


*278.
By Sen. Minard - Creating felony offense of willful failure to provide certain drug benefits - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Judiciary - (original same as HB 2417) - Com. sub. reported 03/30/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/10/09 - Title amended


*279.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) and Caruth [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to industrial accidents and emergency response regulations - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - (original same as HB 2565) - Com. sub. reported 03/05/09 - To Judiciary 03/05/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/17/09 - Passed Senate 03/20/09 - To House 03/23/09 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Constitutional Rule rejected - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*280.
By Sen. Green, White and Chafin - Creating Correctional Industries Act of 2009 - Introduced 02/17/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as HB 2570) - Com. sub. reported 03/13/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/18/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 03/19/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Constitutional Rule rejected - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*282.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) and Caruth [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to retail liquor licenses' classification - Introduced 02/18/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as HB 2572) - Com. sub. reported 03/18/09 - To Finance 03/18/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amendments pending - Passed House 04/10/09 - Title amended


*284.
By Sen. Minard and Kessler - Relating to Viatical Settlements Act - Introduced 02/18/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - (original same as HB 2534) - To Judiciary 02/25/09 - Com. sub. reported 03/04/09 - Passed Senate 03/09/09 - To House 03/10/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 04/06/09 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/07/09


*293.
By Sen. Foster, Stollings, Jenkins, Bowman, Prezioso, Green, Plymale, Deem, Palumbo, Kessler, Guills, White and Williams - Creating felony offense of unauthorized practice of certain health care professions - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (original similar to HB 3044) - To Judiciary 02/27/09 - Com. sub. reported 03/20/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 03/25/09 - To House 03/26/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*294.
By Sen. Laird, Tomblin (Mr. President), Jenkins, Green, White and Kessler - Defining criminal offense of incapacitated person's abuse or neglect - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Judiciary - (original similar to HB 2788) - Com. sub. reported 03/03/09 - Passed Senate 03/06/09 - To House 03/09/09 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Judiciary


*297.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) and Caruth [By Request of the Executive] - Creating Alternative and Renewable Energy Portfolio Act - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as HB 2682 - similar to HB 2980) - Com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - On second reading to Finance 03/25/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 04/01/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Constitutional Rule rejected - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*298.
By Sen. Unger, Browning, Fanning, Jenkins, K. Facemyer, Foster, Stollings, Boley and White - Increasing Enhanced 911 Wireless Tower Access Assistance Fund allocation - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - (original same as HB 2683) - Com. sub. reported 03/10/09 - To Finance 03/10/09 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 04/02/09 - To Government Organization then Finance


*299.
By Sen. Unger, Browning, Fanning, Jenkins, K. Facemyer, Foster, Guills and Stollings - Relating to Infrastructure Fund projects - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - (original same as HB 2687) - To Finance 03/04/09 - Com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - Passed Senate 03/27/09 - To House 03/27/09 - To Finance


302.
By Sen. Oliverio and Prezioso - Expanding municipal parking authority officers' ticketing powers - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (original same as HB 2663) - To Judiciary 03/05/09 - Passed Senate 03/18/09 - To House 03/19/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amendments pending - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


306.
By Sen. Green, White, Laird, Chafin, Edgell, Yost, Minard, Bowman and Kessler - Increasing pipeline companies' special license fees to Public Service Commission - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as HB 2698) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/11/09 - To House 03/12/09 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*307.
By Sen. Prezioso, Boley, Caruth, Foster, Stollings, Jenkins, Guills, White and Kessler (Originating in Senate ) - Creating Maternal Screening Act - Introduced 02/19/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (original same as HB 2837) - Com. sub. reported 02/27/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/04/09 - To House 03/05/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/03/09 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/06/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*317.
By Sen. Palumbo, Wells, Foster and Unger - Adding DUI penalties - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 04/01/09 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/01/09 - Effective 9/l/09 - To House 04/02/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 04/06/09


*318.
By Sen. Kessler - Expanding Division of Protective Services' law-enforcement authority over state property under certain circumstances - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/10/09 - Passed Senate 03/13/09 - To House 03/16/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*321.
By Sen. Prezioso, Foster, Jenkins, Stollings, Kessler, D. Facemire, Deem, Bowman and Plymale - Modifying certificate of need process - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (original same as HB 2748) - Com. sub. reported 03/13/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/18/09 - To House 03/19/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/03/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


322.
By Sen. Oliverio and Chafin - Exempting certain life insurance policies from Medicaid assignment - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - On second reading to Finance 03/25/09 - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/02/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/10/09 - Title amended


*326.
By Sen. Stollings - Mandating certain dental anesthesia insurance coverage - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - - Com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - On second reading to Finance 03/27/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 04/10/09


*327.
By Sen. Jenkins and Plymale - Relating to mini-trucks registration and operation - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization - (original similar to HB 2488) - Com. sub. reported 03/16/09 - To Government Organization 03/16/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


*328.
By Sen. Unger, Jenkins, Fanning, K. Facemyer, Plymale, Stollings, D. Facemire, White, Barnes, Foster, McCabe and Chafin - Creating WV Transportation Finance Commission - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - (original similar to HB 2900) - To Finance 02/25/09 - Com. sub. reported 03/20/09 - Passed Senate 03/25/09 - To House 03/26/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 04/01/09


329.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) and Caruth [By Request of the Executive] - Updating terms in Personal Income Tax Act - Introduced 02/23/09 - To Finance - (original same as HB 2765) - Passed Senate 03/10/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/11/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/23/09 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/27/09 - Approved by Governor 4/1/09 - Approved by Governor 4/1/09


*333.
By Sen. Kessler, Prezioso, Unger, Barnes, Foster, Jenkins, Yost, Williams, Green, Chafin and Oliverio - Basing school nurse ratio on total net enrollment - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Education - (original same as HB 3167) - Com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/30/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 03/31/09 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 04/07/09


335.
By Sen. Bowman, K. Facemyer, Guills, Prezioso, Unger, Minard, Plymale, Jenkins, Yost and Green - Authorizing Division of Culture and History distribute fairs and festivals' funding - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as HB 2766) - To Finance 03/12/09 - Passed Senate 03/23/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 03/23/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 04/09/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/10/09 - Effective July 1, 2009


336.
By Sen. Palumbo, Foster, McCabe, Kessler and Wells - Changing failure to wear seatbelt to primary offense - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - (original similar to HB 2253) - To Judiciary 03/12/09 - Passed Senate 03/27/09 - To House 03/27/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


338.
By Sen. Oliverio, Prezioso, Williams, Sypolt, Edgell and Kessler - Creating additional seventeenth judicial circuit court judge - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as HB 3185) - To Finance 03/13/09 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 04/02/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 04/09/09 - Effective July 1, 2009


*339.
By Sen. Foster - Exempting certain licensed medical professionals from county hiring prohibition - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/04/09 - Passed Senate 03/09/09 - To House 03/10/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*341.
By Sen. Kessler and White - Transferring juvenile justice database administration to Supreme Court - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as HB 2761) - Com. sub. reported 02/25/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/02/09 - To House 03/03/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/03/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


344.
By Sen. Kessler and Minard - Authorizing mental hygiene commissioners sign readmission orders - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (original same as HB 2741) - To Judiciary 03/06/09 - Passed Senate 03/16/09 - To House 03/17/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


346.
By Sen. Kessler, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Oliverio, Palumbo, Snyder, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Barnes, Caruth, Deem and Hall (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Correcting code reference related to bear tagging - Introduced 02/24/09 - Passed Senate 03/02/09 - To House 03/03/09 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 04/03/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


347.
By Sen. Kessler, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Oliverio, Palumbo, Snyder, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Barnes, Caruth, Deem and Hall (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Correcting code reference related to extended supervision for certain sex offenders - Introduced 02/24/09 - Passed Senate 03/02/09 - To House 03/03/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/10/09 - Title amended


*370.
By Sen. Kessler - Relating to community corrections program fees - Introduced 02/25/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 03/06/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/11/09 - To House 03/12/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/07/09 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/08/09


*373.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) and Caruth [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to PROMISE Scholarship - Introduced 02/25/09 - To Education then Finance - (original same as HB 2834) - Com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - On second reading to Finance 03/27/09 - Rereferred to Finance 03/30/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 04/01/09 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*375.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) and Caruth [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to Office of Coalfield Community Development master land use plans - Introduced 02/25/09 - To Economic Development - (original same as HB 2835) - Com. sub. reported 03/10/09 - Passed Senate 03/13/09 - To House 03/16/09 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Government Organization - 2nd reference dispensed - To House Judiciary - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*378.
By Sen. Kessler, Prezioso, Deem, Plymale and Williams - Relating to concealed handgun license reciprocity - Introduced 02/25/09 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/19/09 - To Judiciary 03/19/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Judiciary


*379.
By Sen. Stollings, Prezioso, Jenkins, Foster, Kessler, Plymale, Palumbo and Sypolt - Clarifying pharmacists and pharmacies as health care providers - Introduced 02/25/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 03/06/09 - Com. sub. reported 03/20/09 - Passed Senate 03/25/09 - To House 03/26/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/31/09


*382.
By Sen. Unger, Caruth, Hall and Snyder - Adjusting State Rail Authority's contract authority - Introduced 02/25/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - (original same as HB 3175) - To Finance 03/04/09 - Com. sub. reported 03/20/09 - Passed Senate 03/25/09 - To House 03/26/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/09/09 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House title amendment 04/10/09 - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*384.
By Sen. Unger, Snyder, Stollings, Green and Barnes - Authorizing Department of Transportation take control of certain highway emergencies - Introduced 02/25/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - (original same as HB 2755) - Com. sub. reported 03/13/09 - Passed Senate 03/19/09 - To House 03/20/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Government Organization - To House Government Organization - Amended - Passed House 04/06/09 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/07/09


*398.
By Sen. Foster - Imposing certain restrictions on graduated driver's licenses - Introduced 02/27/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/09/09 - To Judiciary 03/09/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/30/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amendments pending - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


399.
By Sen. Bowman, Stollings, Chafin, Jenkins and White - Creating senior resident hunting, fishing and trapping license - Introduced 02/27/09 - To Natural Resources then Finance - To Finance 03/05/09 - Passed Senate 03/24/09 - To House 03/24/09 - To Natural Resources then Finance


403.
By Sen. Helmick, McCabe, Chafin, Edgell, D. Facemire, Fanning, Green, Prezioso, White, Boley, K. Facemyer and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Making supplemental appropriation from State Road Fund to Department of Transportation - Introduced 02/27/09 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/02/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/03/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, House Calendar - Passed House 03/11/09 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/18/09 - Approved by Governor 3/23/09


*404.
By Sen. Unger, Tomblin (Mr. President), Snyder, Foster, McCabe, Stollings and White - Creating sesquicentennial commission and fund - Introduced 03/02/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original similar to HB 2555) - Com. sub. reported 03/12/09 - To Finance 03/12/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/20/09 - Passed Senate 03/25/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/26/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/09/09 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/10/09 - Effective from passage


*405.
By Sen. Kessler, Unger, Minard and White - Relating to grandparents' visitation - Introduced 03/02/09 - To Judiciary - (original same as HB 2762) - Com. sub. reported 03/04/09 - Passed Senate 03/09/09 - To House 03/10/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/07/09 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/08/09


*408.
By Sen. Minard, Jenkins, Stollings and Kessler - Relating to model health plan for uninsurable individuals - Introduced 03/02/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - (original same as HB 3008) - Com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - On second reading to Finance 03/27/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/09/09


410.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) and Caruth [By Request of the Executive] - Updating terms in Corporation Net Income Tax Act - Introduced 03/02/09 - To Finance - (original same as HB 2902) - Passed Senate 03/10/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/11/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/23/09 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/27/09 - Approved by Governor 4/1/09 - Approved by Governor 4/1/09


*414.
By Sen. Prezioso, Foster, Jenkins, Stollings, Caruth, Laird, Unger, Minard and Kessler - Relating to Pharmaceutical Cost Management Council and health care delivery systems - Introduced 03/02/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (original same as HB 2743) - Com. sub. reported 03/20/09 - On second reading to Finance 03/20/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/30/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*418.
By Sen. Jenkins - Relating to municipalities' fee requirements - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 03/12/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/17/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/18/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 04/09/09 - Title amended - Effect from passage


*419.
By Sen. Prezioso, Foster, Stollings and Jenkins - Creating Healthy Lifestyles Restaurant Calorie Posting Program - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Health and Human Resources - (original same as HB 2745) - Com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - Rejected by Senate 03/30/09 - Senate further considered bill - Amended - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 04/03/09


424.
By Sen. Minard and Jenkins - Converting financial institution to state-chartered bank - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - (original similar to HB 2938) - To Finance 03/11/09 - Passed Senate 03/24/09 - To House 03/24/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/08/09 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/09/09


425.
By Sen. Minard, Jenkins and Deem - Disclosing certain refinanced loan's higher annual percentage rate - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - (original same as HB 3065) - To Judiciary 03/18/09 - Passed Senate 03/26/09 - To House 03/26/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 04/10/09 - Title amended


431.
By Sen. Minard, Helmick, McCabe and Barnes - Providing in-state medical providers notice of small group health benefit plan - Introduced 03/03/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - (original same as HB 3035) - To Finance 03/11/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/07/09


434.
By Sen. Minard - Relating to long-term care policy insurance agents - Introduced 03/04/09 - To Banking and Insurance - (original same as HB 3018) - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 04/01/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/09/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/10/09 - Effective July 1, 2009


435.
By Sen. Plymale, Chafin, Jenkins, Unger and White - Creating Learn and Earn Cooperative Education Program - Introduced 03/04/09 - To Education then Finance - To Finance 03/06/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 04/01/09 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 04/06/09


436.
By Sen. Kessler - Updating terminology relating to surface mining reporting requirements - Introduced 03/04/09 - To Judiciary - (original similar to HB 3055) - Passed Senate 03/26/09 - To House 03/26/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/03/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*439.
By Sen. Kessler, Minard, Deem and D. Facemire - Permitting State Police Superintendent consult with Insurance Commissioner - Introduced 03/04/09 - To Government Organization - (original same as HB 3210) - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 03/31/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*440.
By Sen. Kessler, Unger, D. Facemire and Laird - Increasing county litter control officers' authority - Introduced 03/04/09 - To Natural Resources then Government Organization - (original similar to HB 3034) - Com. sub. reported 03/24/09 - To Government Organization 03/24/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*442.
By Sen. Kessler, Minard, Foster, Plymale, Chafin, D. Facemire and White - Requiring State Auditor perform delinquent land sales paper processing responsibilities - Introduced 03/04/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 03/19/09 - To Finance 03/19/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 04/03/09


*451.
By Sen. Kessler, Snyder, D. Facemire and White - Relating to crime victims' compensation awards - Introduced 03/04/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as HB 2970) - Com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - On second reading to Finance 03/25/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 04/01/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


452.
By Sen. Minard, Helmick, McCabe, Chafin and D. Facemire - Relating to Public Employees Insurance Agency underwriting nonstate employer groups - Introduced 03/04/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - (original same as HB 3015) - To Finance 03/11/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 04/11/09


*453.
By Sen. Green, White, Laird, Chafin, Yost, Minard, Unger, Kessler, Bowman, K. Facemyer, D. Facemire and Plymale - Relating to Public Service Commission service of decisions - Introduced 03/04/09 - To Judiciary - (original same as HB 2787) - Com. sub. reported 03/20/09 - Passed Senate 03/25/09 - To House 03/26/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/03/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*456.
By Sen. Foster, Kessler and Unger - Creating Reduced Cigarette Ignition Propensity Standard and Fire Prevention Act - Introduced 03/04/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as HB 3078) - To Finance 03/11/09 - Com. sub. reported 04/01/09 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/02/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*461.
By Sen. Caruth, Snyder, Chafin, Tomblin (Mr. President), Browning, Edgell, Green, Helmick, Plymale, Stollings, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Yost, Barnes, Hall, Deem, Oliverio, Williams and Fanning - Extending selenium effluent limits compliance time - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - (original similar to HB 3326) - Com. sub. reported 03/12/09 - To Judiciary 03/12/09 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/30/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


464.
By Sen. Minard, Helmick, McCabe and Chafin - Authorizing Public Employees Insurance Agency charge fee for paper transactions - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Finance - (original same as HB 3048) - Passed Senate 03/24/09 - To House 03/24/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 04/09/09 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/10/09


*465.
By Sen. Bowman and Snyder - Clarifying certain Real Estate Division's powers - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary then Finance - (original same as HB 3054) - To Judiciary 03/19/09 - To Finance 03/25/09 - Com. sub. reported 03/30/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective from passage - To House 04/02/09 - To Judiciary then Finance


466.
By Sen. Bowman and Snyder - Clarifying Division of Personnel's functions - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Government Organization - (original same as HB 3053) - Passed Senate 03/17/09 - To House 03/18/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 04/01/09


468.
By Sen. Laird, White, D. Facemire and Kessler - Requiring redemption property purchaser pay in certified funds - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Finance - (original similar to HB 2934) - Amended - Passed Senate 03/24/09 - To House 03/24/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/10/09


*470.
By Sen. Kessler, Chafin, Plymale and Stollings - Regulating all-terrain vehicles on Hatfield-McCoy Trail - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/17/09 - To Judiciary 03/17/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - Passed Senate 03/30/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 04/10/09 - Title amended


*472.
By Sen. Unger, Green, Caruth and Stollings - Revising certain outdoor advertising restrictions - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - (original same as HB 3164) - Com. sub. reported 03/19/09 - To Judiciary 03/19/09 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/02/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


473.
By Sen. Bowman, Snyder and D. Facemire - Clarifying civil service job posting provisions - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Labor then Judiciary - (original same as HB 3041) - On second reading to Judiciary 03/18/09 - Passed Senate 03/27/09 - To House 03/27/09 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/06/09 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/07/09


476.
By Sen. Minard, Jenkins and Plymale - Relating to "financial institution" definition - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Banking and Insurance - (original same as HB 3181) - Passed Senate 03/23/09 - To House 03/23/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 04/08/09


481.
By Sen. Minard, Green, Helmick and McCabe - Requiring employers provide certain documentation to Public Employees Insurance Agency - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Finance - (original same as HB 3020) - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/10/09


483.
By Sen. Prezioso, Minard, Foster and Stollings - Creating Caregivers Consent Act - Introduced 03/05/09 - To Health and Human Resources - (original same as HB 2983) - Passed Senate 03/30/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 04/06/09


*484.
By Sen. McCabe, Prezioso, Fanning, Boley, Plymale, K. Facemyer, Wells and Minard - Relating to ad valorem property taxes - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*485.
By Sen. Stollings, Kessler, White, Plymale, Foster, Laird and Minard - Requiring certain students undergo dental examination - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - Com. sub. reported 03/20/09 - On second reading to Education 03/20/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Education


487.
By Sen. Bowman and Snyder - Relating to Division of Personnel Director's qualifications - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 03/17/09 - To House 03/18/09 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/06/09


488.
By Sen. Stollings and Foster - Requiring parental consent for minor using tanning facility - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Judiciary


*489.
By Sen. Minard, Jenkins and McCabe - Allowing Board of Banking and Financial Institutions receive travel expense compensation - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - (original same as HB 2937) - To Finance 03/11/09 - Com. sub. reported 03/19/09 - Passed Senate 03/24/09 - To House 03/24/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/07/09


490.
By Sen. Caruth and Oliverio - Authorizing Mercer County Commission appoint emergency operations center board - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/30/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/31/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/10/09 - Effect from passage


492.
By Sen. Minard, Helmick and McCabe - Clarifying certain Public Employees Insurance Agency retirement requirements - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - (original same as HB 3043) - On second reading to Finance 03/25/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


493.
By Sen. Prezioso, Oliverio and Stollings - Transferring central registry for head injuries to Center for Excellence in Disabilities - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed Senate 03/25/09 - To House 03/26/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/08/09


494.
By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner order restitution in certain cases - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - (original same as HB 2975) - To Finance 03/18/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 03/24/09 - To House 03/24/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 04/10/09


495.
By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner permit certain groups life insurance policies - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Banking and Insurance - Passed Senate 03/30/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 04/10/09


497.
By Sen. Kessler, Jenkins, Stollings and Unger - Relating to WV Partnership to Promote Community Well-Being - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as HB 2308 - similar to HB 3256) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/19/09 - To House 03/20/09 - To Finance


*498.
By Sen. Plymale, Prezioso, Kessler, Wells, Foster, Jenkins, Stollings and Unger - Relating to early childhood education - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - On second reading to Finance 03/25/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective from passage - To House 04/01/09 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*501.
By Sen. Kessler and Prezioso - Prohibiting animal gas chamber euthanasia - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/19/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 03/24/09 - To House 03/24/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/09/09 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/10/09


503.
By Sen. Minard, Jenkins and McCabe - Defining "sound financial condition" - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Banking and Insurance - (original same as HB 3118) - Passed Senate 03/23/09 - To House 03/23/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 04/08/09


507.
By Sen. Caruth, McCabe, Kessler and Snyder - Relating to Clean Coal Technology Council's powers and duties - Introduced 03/09/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 04/10/09


*513.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) and Caruth [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to hiring, termination, transfer and reassignment of school personnel - Introduced 03/09/09 - To Education then Judiciary - (original same as HB 3006) - Com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - On second reading to Judiciary 03/25/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/31/09 - To Education then Finance


515.
By Sen. Jenkins, Foster, Minard, Stollings, Wells, Caruth, Sypolt and Kessler - Creating Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act - Introduced 03/09/09 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary - To Judiciary 03/13/09 - Passed Senate 03/30/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


519.
By Sen. Helmick, McCabe, Wells and Foster - Authorizing Governor institute employee furlough program - Introduced 03/09/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 03/19/09 - Passed Senate 03/30/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 03/31/09 - To Government Organization then Finance


521.
By Sen. Laird, Foster and Green - Including telecommunications devices as jail contraband - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 03/23/09 - To House 03/23/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/09/09 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/10/09


*526.
By Sen. Foster, Stollings and Laird - Relating to osteopathy post-doctoral training requirements - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 03/19/09 - Passed Senate 03/24/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 03/24/09 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/06/09 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/07/09 - Effective from passage


528.
By Sen. Laird, Stollings, Unger, Helmick and Green - Depositing certain fees in counties' general funds - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Finance - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/24/09 - To House 03/24/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/09/09 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/10/09


*532.
By Sen. Minard, Jenkins and Kessler - Creating WV SAFE Mortgage Licensing Act - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Government Organization - (original same as HB 3332) - Com. sub. reported 03/18/09 - To Government Organization 03/18/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 03/31/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/08/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/09/09 - Effective July 1, 2009


*533.
By Sen. McCabe, Foster, Unger and Kessler - Updating terms in consumers sales and service tax - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Finance - (original same as HB 3079) - Com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - Passed Senate 03/30/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/31/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*534.
By Sen. Bowman, Snyder and Minard (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Authorizing Chief Technology Officer obtain certain confidential information - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (original same as HB 3049 - similar to HB 2649) - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - On second reading to Judiciary 03/26/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/30/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*535.
By Sen. Bowman and Unger - Authorizing municipalities and county commissions set closing time for certain bars - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 03/19/09 - Passed Senate 03/25/09 - To House 03/26/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


*537.
By Sen. Minard and McCabe - Relating to workers' compensation - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - On second reading to Finance 03/26/09 - Amended - Amended - Amended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/02/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*540.
By Sen. Helmick and McCabe - Clarifying certain Tax Commissioner's authorities - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Finance - (original same as HB 3080 - similar to HB 3024) - Com. sub. reported 03/19/09 - Passed Senate 03/24/09 - To House 03/24/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*552.
By Sen. Minard and Kessler - Relating to affordable health insurance plan proposals - Introduced 03/11/09 - To Banking and Insurance - (original same as HB 3077) - Com. sub. reported 03/30/09 - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/02/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/10/09 - Title amended - Effect from passage


*554.
By Sen. Kessler, Bowman and Plymale - Requiring sex offender registry fee - Introduced 03/12/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as HB 3102) - Com. sub. reported 03/18/09 - To Finance 03/18/09 - Com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - Passed Senate 03/30/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Finance


556.
By Sen. White and Stollings - Relating to defensive driving course points deduction - Introduced 03/12/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 03/23/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*561.
By Sen. Sypolt, Bowman, Snyder, Yost, White, Prezioso and D. Facemire - Requiring county land surveyors be licensed - Introduced 03/12/09 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amendments pending - On 3rd reading with restricted right to amend, Special Calender 04/11/09


*564.
By Sen. Caruth, Snyder, Williams and Deem - Relating to Department of Environmental Protection's final actions on coal mine permits - Introduced 03/12/09 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 03/25/09 - Com. sub. reported 04/01/09 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/02/09 - To Judiciary


572.
By Sen. Bowman - Repealing section creating Public Employee Leave Benefit Analysis Board - Introduced 03/12/09 - To Government Organization - (original same as HB 3222) - Passed Senate 03/24/09 - To House 03/24/09 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/06/09


*573.
By Sen. Bowman and Snyder - Continuing Pharmaceutical Cost Management Council as advisory council - Introduced 03/12/09 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - Passed Senate 03/30/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/31/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


*575.
By Sen. Guills, Caruth, Kessler, Bowman and Foster - Relating to gaming operations at historic resort hotel - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to HB 3084) - Com. sub. reported 03/19/09 - To Finance 03/19/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - Passed Senate 03/30/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/31/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amendments pending - Amended - Passed House 04/10/09 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/10/09 - Effective from passage


580.
By Sen. Jenkins - Excluding certain taxicab companies from Workers' Compensation Fund liability - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective from passage - To House 04/02/09 - To Judiciary


*585.
By Sen. Browning - Limiting amount of free residential solid waste disposal - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Judiciary - (original similar to HB 3042) - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


587.
By Sen. Bowman - Repealing section creating State Personnel Advisory Council - Introduced 03/13/09 - To Government Organization - (original same as HB 3225) - Passed Senate 03/24/09 - To House 03/24/09 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/06/09


588.
By Sen. Bowman - Repealing section creating Public Insurance Agency Advisory Board - Introduced 03/16/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as HB 3226) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/24/09 - To House 03/24/09 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/06/09


*591.
By Sen. Kessler, Green, Sypolt, Barnes, Minard, Laird, Jenkins, Snyder, Williams and Plymale - Electing magistrates by divisions - Introduced 03/16/09 - To Judiciary - (original similar to HB 3012) - Com. sub. reported 03/19/09 - Passed Senate 03/24/09 - To House 03/24/09 - To Judiciary then Finance


*592.
By Sen. Kessler - Creating behavioral health service provider tax - Introduced 03/16/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (original same as HB 3262) - Com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Finance


594.
By Sen. Helmick, Chafin, Fanning and Kessler - Requiring monthly fund installments to Courtesy Patrol - Introduced 03/16/09 - To Finance - (original same as HB 3151 - similar to HB 3321) - Passed Senate 03/23/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 03/23/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/09/09 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2009 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/10/09 - Effective July 1, 2009


595.
By Sen. Prezioso, Deem, Plymale and Kessler - Relating to assignment of child support obligations - Introduced 03/16/09 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate with amended title 03/30/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/08/09 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/09/09


*600.
By Sen. Green, Deem, McCabe, Foster, Kessler and Plymale - Relating to coal reclamation tax - Introduced 03/16/09 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance - (original same as HB 3003) - Com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - On second reading to Finance 03/27/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 04/01/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 04/09/09 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2009 - Senate concurred in House title amendment 04/10/09 - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective July 1, 2009


610.
By Sen. Palumbo, Stollings and Plymale - Relating to Film Industry Investment Act - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Economic Development then Finance - (original same as HB 3179) - To Finance 03/20/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/09/09 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House title amendment 04/10/09 - Passed Senate 04/10/09


*612.
By Sen. Prezioso, Unger and Deem - Relating to willful nonpayment of child support - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - Passed Senate 03/30/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/07/09 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/08/09


*613.
By Sen. Kessler - Clarifying coalbed methane notice requirements - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Energy, Industry and Mining - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/10/09 - Title amended


620.
By Sen. McCabe, Palumbo, D. Facemire, Plymale, Jenkins and Stollings - Revising Municipal Economic Opportunity Development District Act - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Economic Development then Finance - To Finance 03/24/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/02/09 - To Finance


*621.
By Sen. Unger, Green, K. Facemyer, Kessler, Oliverio, Bowman, Edgell, Guills and Plymale - Allowing private property owner to prohibit concealed weapons - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Judiciary


*631.
By Sen. Minard and Plymale - Relating to certain insurance policy cancellation - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - (original same as HB 3323) - On second reading to Judiciary 03/25/09 - Com. sub. reported 03/30/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


632.
By Sen. Prezioso - Requiring insurers share certain information with Bureau for Medical Services - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Banking and Insurance - Passed Senate 03/30/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/08/09


*634.
By Sen. Stollings, Oliverio, Foster, Minard, Green, Sypolt and Jenkins - Relating to certain volunteering physicians' liability - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - On second reading to Judiciary 03/27/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/30/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 04/03/09


635.
By Sen. Plymale and Foster - Relating to Process for Improving Education Council - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Education then Government Organization - To Government Organization 03/25/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Education


636.
By Sen. Fanning, Edgell, White, Sypolt and Oliverio - Finding and declaring certain claims against state - Introduced 03/18/09 - To Finance - Passed Senate 03/30/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/31/09 - To Finance - (original similar to HB 3196) - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/09/09 - Effect from passage


*638.
By Sen. Plymale, Unger, Jenkins and McCabe - Relating to higher education capital facilities - Introduced 03/19/09 - To Education then Finance - (original same as HB 3280) - Com. sub. reported 03/20/09 - To Finance 03/20/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective from passage - To House 04/01/09 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 04/07/09


*639.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) (By Request), Chafin, Foster, Jenkins, Sypolt, Edgell, Prezioso, Snyder, Plymale, Wells, Helmick and Browning - Relating to Public Records Management and Preservation Act - Introduced 03/19/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as HB 3317) - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - On second reading to Finance 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 04/01/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 04/06/09


*641.
By Sen. K. Facemyer and Prezioso - Disclosing solid waste origins at commercial landfills - Introduced 03/19/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - On second reading to Judiciary 03/27/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 04/10/09


645.
By Sen. McCabe, Foster, Palumbo, Prezioso, Plymale and Jenkins - Relating to municipalities and counties issuing bonds - Introduced 03/19/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - On second reading to Finance 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 04/02/09 - To Finance


647.
By Sen. Kessler, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Oliverio, Palumbo, Snyder, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Barnes, Caruth, Deem and Hall (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Authorizing Class IV cities' early voting by mail - Introduced 03/19/09 - Passed Senate 03/24/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/24/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary -


648.
By Sen. Oliverio, Kessler, Browning, Jenkins, Minard, Snyder, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Barnes, Caruth, Deem and Hall (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requiring manual vote counting in certain counties - Introduced 03/19/09 - Amended - Passed Senate 03/26/09 - To House 03/26/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


*650.
By Sen. Jenkins, Plymale and Kessler - Increasing penalties for certain accessory after the fact crimes - Introduced 03/20/09 - To Judiciary - (original same as HB 3266) - Com. sub. reported 03/23/09 - Passed Senate 03/26/09 - To House 03/26/09 - To Judiciary then Finance


*658.
By Sen. Helmick, Minard, Unger and Chafin - Authorizing Auditor and Treasurer contract emergency banking services - Introduced 03/20/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - On second reading to Finance 03/25/09 - Com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To House Finance 04/02/09


666.
By Sen. McCabe, Guills, Foster, Stollings and Kessler - Relating to community enhancement districts - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Economic Development then Finance - On second reading to Finance 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


*667.
By Sen. Oliverio - Prohibiting certain panhandling and solicitation - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/31/09 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/02/09 - To Judiciary


669.
By Sen. Kessler, Yost, Stollings, Unger and Wells - Extending Preventative Care Pilot Program - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Banking and Insurance - On second reading to Banking and Insurance 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered passage of bill - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/08/09 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/09/09


*671.
By Sen. Kessler and White - Relating to WV Guardianship and Conservatorship Act - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/30/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Judiciary


*672.
By Sen. Kessler, Helmick, McCabe, Prezioso, Plymale, Stollings, Jenkins, Minard, Unger and Wells - Creating Mental Health Stabilization Act of 2009 - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Finance then Rules - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 03/31/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/08/09 - Effective July 1, 2009


*674.
By Sen. Wells, Plymale and McCabe - Requiring Division of Personnel Director develop demographic information survey - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary


*678.
By Sen. Browning, McCabe, K. Facemyer, Unger, Helmick, Foster, Stollings, Jenkins and Kessler - Creating High-Technology Business Property Valuation Act - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original similar to HB 3270) - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - On second reading to Finance 03/26/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/31/09 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 04/02/09 - To Finance


680.
By Sen. Plymale and McCabe - Establishing 2010 calendar year average motor fuel wholesale price - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Finance - Passed Senate with amended title 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 04/01/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance 04/06/09


*687.
By Sen. Prezioso, Stollings, Foster, Plymale, Unger and Kessler - Relating to Comprehensive Behavioral Health Commission - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Government Organization - (original same as HB 3292) - Com. sub. reported 03/31/09 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective from passage - To House 04/02/09 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/09/09 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/10/09 - Effective from passage


*693.
By Sen. McCabe, Edgell, White, D. Facemire, Sypolt, Green, Browning, Foster, Williams, Jenkins and Kessler - Authorizing processing fee to be used for Secretary of State's technology projects - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as HB 3281) - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - On second reading to Finance 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 03/31/09 - To Finance


*694.
By Sen. Kessler and White - Creating intrastate mutual aid system - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 03/25/09 - On second reading to Finance 03/25/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 03/27/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/27/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*695.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President), Helmick, Foster, McCabe and Kessler - Relating to payment for certain state employees' unused sick leave - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/31/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/09/09 - Effect from passage


698.
By Sen. McCabe, Browning, Plymale, Chafin and Stollings - Authorizing certain regional water and wastewater authorities provide joint maintenance to participating agencies - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - On second reading to Finance 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 04/01/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 04/07/09


*702.
By Sen. McCabe, Hall, Minard, Jenkins, Caruth and Kessler - Changing workers' compensation purchase date deadline for governmental entities - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as HB 3275) - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - On second reading to Finance 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 04/11/09


*706.
By Sen. Unger, Jenkins, Green, Stollings, Foster, Prezioso, Plymale, Kessler, Williams and McCabe - Creating State Police leave donation program - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original similar to HB 2472 and HB 2911) - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 03/31/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*714.
By Sen. Chafin - Relating to alternative sentencing programs - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


*715.
By Sen. Snyder, Unger, Helmick, McCabe, Plymale and Kessler - Establishing Chesapeake Bay Restoration Initiative - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


718.
By Sen. Snyder - Allowing certain counties and municipalities increase proportionate share of lottery table games receipts - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as HB 3258) - On second reading to Finance 03/26/09 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Judiciary then Finance


719.
By Sen. Kessler, Williams, Unger, Laird and Deem - Allowing certain police officers keep weapon after retirement - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/07/09


*724.
By Sen. Helmick, McCabe, Plymale and Kessler - Relating to health care provider tax - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - Com. sub. reported 03/26/09 - On second reading to Finance 03/26/09 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 03/30/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


728.
By Sen. McCabe, Browning, Green, Jenkins, Foster, Stollings, Hall, Prezioso, Caruth, Minard and Plymale - Creating WV Commercial Patent Incentives Tax Act - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Economic Development then Finance - On second reading to Finance 03/25/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Finance


*740.
By Sen. Green - Relating to obscene, harassing and threatening communications via the internet - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Judiciary - (original similar to HB 3019) - Com. sub. reported 03/27/09 - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Amended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/02/09 - To Judiciary


*749.
By Sen. Kessler and Chafin - Reviewing certain driver's license DUI revocation orders - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/30/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


753.
By Sen. Caruth - Relating to land development ordinances - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Economic Development then Government Organization - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 04/02/09


756.
By Sen. Wells, Caruth and Browning - Increasing military facilities security guards' patrol areas - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Military then Government Organization - On second reading to Government Organization 03/25/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/01/09 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


760.
By Sen. Kessler, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Oliverio, Palumbo, Snyder, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Barnes, Caruth, Deem and Hall (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Authorizing Supreme Court to develop pilot pre-trial release programs - Introduced 03/25/09 - Passed Senate 03/30/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/07/09


761.
By Sen. Jenkins, Browning, Chafin, Foster, Kessler, Laird, Minard, Oliverio, Palumbo, Snyder, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Barnes, Caruth, Deem and Hall (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Relating to illegal entries upon certain property - Introduced 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Judiciary - (original similar to HB 3184) - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/09/09 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 04/10/09


762.
By Sen. Bowman, Boley, Browning, Caruth, Foster, Kessler, McCabe, Minard, Palumbo, Snyder, Sypolt, White, Williams and Yost (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Relating to volunteer firefighters' Length of Service Awards Program - Introduced 03/25/09 - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 04/01/09 - Effective from passage - To House 04/02/09 - To Finance


763.
By Sen. Bowman, Boley, Browning, Caruth, Kessler, McCabe, Minard, Snyder, Sypolt, White and Williams (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Clarifying Racing Commission's authority over certain thoroughbred race horses' registration - Introduced 03/26/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amendments pending - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 04/11/09


764.
By Sen. Kessler, Browning, Chafin, Foster, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Oliverio, Palumbo, Snyder, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Caruth, Deem and Hall (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Providing race election results certification procedure - Introduced 03/27/09 - Passed Senate 03/31/09 - Effective from passage - To House 03/31/09 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 04/08/09 - Effect from passage


766.
By Sen. Bowman, Browning, Foster, Kessler, Palumbo, Snyder, White, Williams and Yost (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Relating to certain sewer and water infrastructure projects' engineering services - Introduced 03/30/09 - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective July 1, 2009 - To House 04/01/09 - To Judiciary then Finance


767.
By Sen. Snyder, Browning, Foster, Minard, Palumbo, Sypolt, White and Williams (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Relating to certain Medicaid program contracts - Introduced 03/31/09 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - Effective from passage - To House 04/02/09 - To Government Organization then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 04/10/09 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 04/10/09


770.
By Sen. Helmick, McCabe, Bowman, Chafin, Edgell, D. Facemire, Fanning, Green, Plymale, Prezioso, White, Unger, Wells, Boley, Guills and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Relating to Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority Fund excess funds - Introduced 04/01/09 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 04/01/09 - To House 04/02/09 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 04/11/09


771.
By Sen. Helmick, McCabe, Bowman, Chafin, Edgell, D. Facemire, Fanning, Green, Plymale, Prezioso, White, Unger, Wells, K. Facemyer, Guills and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Making supplemental appropriation of federal funds to various accounts - Introduced 04/08/09 - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective from passage - To House 04/10/09 - To Finance - Read 1st time 04/10/09 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


772.
By Sen. Helmick, McCabe, Bowman, Chafin, Edgell, D. Facemire, Fanning, Green, Plymale, Prezioso, White, Unger, Wells, K. Facemyer, Guills and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Making supplemental appropriation to various accounts - Introduced 04/08/09 - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective from passage - To House 04/10/09 - To Finance - Read 1st time 04/10/09 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09


773.
By Sen. Helmick, McCabe, Bowman, Chafin, Edgell, D. Facemire, Fanning, Green, Plymale, Prezioso, White, Unger, Wells, K. Facemyer, Guills and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Making supplemental appropriation to Department of Agriculture, Land Protection Authority - Introduced 04/08/09 - Passed Senate 04/10/09 - Effective from passage - To House 04/10/09 - To Finance - Read 1st time 04/10/09 - On 2nd reading, Special Calendar 04/11/09



SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY SENATE AND COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE


4.
By Sen. Browning, McCabe, Foster, Unger, Plymale and Kessler - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study gray energy research benefits - Introduced 02/12/09 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Rules - Referred to Economic Development 02/19/09 - To Rules 02/24/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/07/09 - To House 04/07/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/07/09


5.
By Sen. Fanning, Williams, Stollings, Plymale and Unger - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study deer/vehicle collision - Introduced 02/13/09 - To Natural Resources then Rules - To Rules 03/05/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/07/09 - To House 04/07/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/07/09


8.
By Sen. Browning and Green - Requesting Division of Highways name bridge in Mullens "Charles V. Stewart Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/20/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 03/03/09 - To House 03/04/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/04/09 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/26/09 - Senate concurred in House amendment and adopted resolution 03/27/09


12.
By Sen. Jenkins and Plymale - Requesting Division of Highways name bridge in Lesage "PVT Russell Curtis Knight Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/24/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 03/03/09 - To House 03/04/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/04/09 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 04/10/09


14.
By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Browning, Green, Stollings, White and Guills (Originating in Senate Education) - Authorizing issuance of revenue bonds to provide capital improvements for state colleges and universities - Introduced 02/25/09 - Referred to Finance 02/25/09 - Adopted by Senate 03/30/09 - To House 03/31/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/31/09


17.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) and Stollings - Requesting Division of Highways name bridge in Logan County "Marine Private Robert Clayton Stephenson Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/06/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 03/25/09 - To House 03/26/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/26/09 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 04/10/09


21.
By Sen. Snyder - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study reclassifying counties - Introduced 03/10/09 - To Government Organization then Rules - To Rules 03/30/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/07/09 - To House 04/07/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/07/09


*24.
By Sen. White - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study implementing year-round school - Introduced 03/12/09 - To Education then Rules - Com. sub. reported 04/03/09 - Referred to Rules 04/03/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/07/09 - To House 04/07/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/07/09


29.
By Sen. Snyder, Unger, Helmick, Barnes, Deem and Plymale - Requesting funding for MARC commuter train service - Introduced 03/16/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 03/25/09 - To House 03/26/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/26/09


31.
By Sen. Stollings, McCabe, Unger, Green and Plymale - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study mountaintop removal site uses - Introduced 03/17/09 - To Economic Development then Rules - To Rules 03/24/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/07/09 - To House 04/07/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/07/09


36.
By Sen. Plymale, Browning, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Stollings, Unger, Wells, Boley and Guills (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study various higher education personnel administration and flexibility issues. - Introduced 03/20/09 - Referred to Rules 03/20/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/07/09 - To House 04/07/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/07/09


38.
By Sen. Unger - Requesting Division of Highways name Route 9 from Martinsburg to Berkeley Springs "Ray Johnston Memorial Highway" - Introduced 03/23/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 04/03/09 - To House 04/06/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/06/09 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Amended - Adopted by House 04/10/09


46.
By Sen. D. Facemire, Oliverio, Plymale and Minard - Requesting Division of Highways name bridge in Braxton County "Harold V. Long Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/25/09 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - Adopted by Senate 04/03/09 - To House 04/06/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/06/09 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 04/10/09


49.
By Sen. Helmick, McCabe, Bowman, Chafin, Edgell, D. Facemire, Fanning, Green, Plymale, Prezioso, White, Unger, Wells, Boley, K. Facemyer, Guills and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study benefits of establishing charter schools - Introduced 03/30/09 - Referred to Rules 03/31/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/07/09 - To House 04/07/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/07/09


53.
By Sen. Unger, Jenkins, Barnes, D. Facemire, K. Facemyer, Fanning, Plymale, Stollings and White (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study State Rail Plan - Introduced 04/02/09 - Referred to Rules 04/03/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/07/09 - To House 04/07/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/07/09


54.
By Sen. Unger, Jenkins, Barnes, D. Facemire, K. Facemyer, Fanning, Plymale, Stollings and White (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study green initiatives - Introduced 04/02/09 - Referred to Rules 04/03/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/07/09 - To House 04/07/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/07/09


55.
By Sen. Kessler, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Laird, Oliverio, Palumbo, Snyder, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Deem and Hall (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study regulating railroad walkways - Introduced 04/02/09 - Referred to Rules 04/03/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/07/09 - To House 04/07/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/07/09


57.
By Sen. Unger, Jenkins, Barnes, D. Facemire, K. Facemyer, Fanning, Plymale, Stollings and White (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study proposed new state business and occupation tax on high-voltage electric power transmission lines - Introduced 04/06/09 - Referred to Rules 04/07/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/10/09 - To House 04/10/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/10/09


59.
By Sen. Deem, D. Facemire, Fanning, Green, Guills, Helmick, Jenkins, Stollings, Sypolt, Williams and Yost (Originating in Senate Energy, Industry and Mining) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study improving and updating severance tax on natural gas and oil - Introduced 04/06/09 - Referred to Rules 04/07/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/10/09 - To House 04/10/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/10/09


60.
By Sen. Browning, Unger, Caruth, D. Facemire, K. Facemyer, Hall, Helmick, Kessler, McCabe, Oliverio, Snyder, Stollings, Wells and Williams (Originating in Senate Economic Development) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study grants through Economic Development Grant Committee - Introduced 04/06/09 - Referred to Rules 04/07/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/10/09 - To House 04/10/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/10/09


62.
By Sen. Helmick, McCabe, Bowman, Chafin, Edgell, D. Facemire, Fanning, Green, Plymale, Prezioso, White, Unger, Wells, Boley, K. Facemyer, Guills and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study tax structure - Introduced 04/07/09 - Referred to Rules 04/08/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/10/09 - To House 04/10/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/10/09


64.
By Sen. Deem, Green, D. Facemire, Guills, Kessler, Minard, Stollings, Sypolt, Williams and Yost (Originating in Senate Energy, Industry and Mining) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study carbon dioxide cap and trade proposals - Introduced 04/07/09 - Referred to Rules 04/08/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/10/09 - To House 04/10/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/10/09


65.
By Sen. Bowman, Boley, Caruth, Foster, Minard, Palumbo, Snyder, Sypolt, White, Williams and Yost (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study fireworks' sale, storage and usage - Introduced 04/07/09 - Referred to Rules 04/08/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/10/09 - To House 04/10/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/10/09


66.
By Sen. Bowman, Boley, Caruth, Foster, Minard, Palumbo, Snyder, Sypolt, White, Williams and Yost (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study costs of highways, sewers and water projects - Introduced 04/07/09 - Referred to Rules 04/08/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/10/09 - To House 04/10/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/10/09


67.
By Sen. Kessler, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Oliverio, Palumbo, Snyder, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Caruth, Deem and Hall (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requiring Joint Committee on Government and Finance study asbestos trust disclosure issues - Introduced 04/07/09 - Referred to Rules 04/08/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/10/09 - To House 04/10/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/10/09


71.
By Sen. Green, Deem, D. Facemire, Guills, Kessler, Minard, Stollings, Sypolt, Williams and Yost (Originating in Senate Energy, Industry and Mining) - Recognizing importance of oil and natural gas industry - Introduced 04/07/09 - Adopted by Senate 04/10/09 - To House 04/10/09 - To Rules - To House Rules 04/10/09



HOUSE BILLS PASSED LEGISLATURE


*2170.
By Del. Brown, Poling, D., Talbott, Miley, Overington and Sobonya - Authorizing the Department of Commerce to promulgate legislative rules - Passed 04/10/09; Effect from passage


*2222.
By Del. Brown, Poling, D., Talbott, Miley, Overington and Sobonya - Authorizing the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety to promulgate legislative rules - Passed 04/08/09; Effective from passage


*2225.
By Del. Brown, Poling, D., Talbott, Miley, Overington and Sobonya - Authorizing the Department of Education and the Arts to Promulgate Legislative Rules - Passed 04/07/09; Effective from passage - To Governor 4/9/09


*2305.
By Del. Webster, Wells, Ferro, Miley, Frazier, Schoen, Lane, Wooton, Hunt and Barker - Revising appointment and compensation provisions of the Supreme Court Clerk and his or her staff - Passed 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


2404.
By Del. Perry, Boggs, Morgan and Ellem - Relating to inmate reimbursement for medical services provided to persons held in regional jails - Passed 04/08/09


*2407.
By Del. Perry, Boggs, Morgan, Ellem and Webster - Relating to trustee accounts and funds, earnings and personal property of inmates - Passed 04/08/09


*2418.
By Del. Perry, Boggs, Morgan and Ellem - Relating to exempting certain records of the Division of Corrections and Regional Jail Authority from the Freedom of Information Act that, if released, could aid inmates in committing unlawful acts - Passed 04/10/09


*2419.
By Del. Perry, Boggs, Morgan, Ellem and Webster - Providing inmates a reduction in sentence for completion of education and rehabilitation programs - Passed 04/10/09


*2421.
By Del. Staggers, Perry, Shaver, Rodighiero, Moye, Swartzmiller, Martin, Argento, Crosier, Poling, D. and Manypenny - Requires that inoperable fire hydrants be painted black and be reported to emergency dispatch centers - Passed 04/10/09


*2423.
By Del. Morgan - Relating to the Board of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Technology - Passed 04/10/09; Effective from passage


*2464.
By Del. Spencer, Hatfield, Guthrie, Poling, M. and Morgan - Authorizing county commissions to designate locations for early voting other than the county courthouse or annex - Passed 04/10/09


2474.
By Del. Argento, Talbott, Martin, Staggers, Evans, Williams, Tabb, Miller, C. and Beach - Exempting land-based finfish aquaculture facilities from certain sludge management requirements - Passed 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*2504.
By Del. Williams, Boggs, Argento, Poling, D., Pethtel, Marshall, Butcher, Ennis, Rowan and Manypenny - Establishing the Silver Alert Plan, an alert system for missing cognitively impaired persons - Passed 04/10/09


*2530.
By Del. Perry and Poling, M. - Relating to further defining professional student support personnel - Passed 04/10/09; Effective July 1, 2009


*2532.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Martin and Swartzmiller - Creating licensure for Marriage and Family Therapists - Passed 04/10/09


2541.
By Del. Hamilton, Argento, Ireland, Evans, Eldridge, Guthrie, Webster and Schadler - Including poultry among those domesticated farm animals or stock which the owner shall be liable for damages caused by those animals - Passed 04/10/09


*2567.
By Del. Miley, Webster, Ellem, Hamilton, Mahan, Shook and Varner - Relating to filing agency rules with the Secretary of State under the Administrative Procedures Act - Passed 04/10/09


*2569.
By Del. Perry, Boggs, Morgan and Ellem - Creating the Juvenile Services Reimbursement Offender Fund - Passed 04/08/09


2651.
By Del. Talbott, Argento, Pethtel, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Beach, Williams, Anderson, Evans, Schoen and Miller, C. - Repealing article regulating male breeding animals - Passed 04/08/09


2652.
By Del. Talbott, Argento, Pethtel, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Beach, Williams, Anderson, Evans, Schoen and Miller, C. - Repealing the Tree Fruit Industry Self-Improvement Act of 1984 - Passed 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*2684.
By Del. Moore, Webster, Brown, Overington and Schadler - West Virginia Drug Offender Accountability and Treatment Act - Passed 04/09/09


*2685.
By Del. Blair, Guthrie and Walters - Amending the Uniform Principal and Income Act - Passed 04/10/09


*2694.
By Del. Boggs, Webster, Iaquinta, Ferro, Wooton, Schoen, Tabb, Fleischauer, Schadler, Hamilton and Hutchins - Establishing certain requirements for modification of custodial rights for parent's or guardian's that have been deployed to the United States Armed Forces - Passed 04/10/09


*2702.
By Del. Spencer - Relating to the Deputy Sheriff Retirement System Act - Passed 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*2703.
By Del. Spencer - Relating to the State Teachers Retirement System - Passed 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*2719.
By Del. Morgan and Doyle - Relating to the sale and distribution of craft beer - Passed 04/10/09


2734.
By Del. Spencer - Relating to minimum guarantees provided to members who elected to transfer from the Teachers' Defined Contribution System to the Teachers' Retirement System - Passed 04/08/09


*2737.
By Del. Webster, Frazier, Longstreth and Sobonya - Authorizing the Administrative Director of the Supreme Court of Appeals to hire regional or specialized probation officers - Passed 04/10/09 - Senate reconsidered passage of bill - Passed Senate


*2738.
By Del. Webster, Miley, Fleischauer and Longstreth - Registering protective orders with the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals - Passed 04/08/09


*2739.
By Del. Webster, Frazier, Fleischauer, Miley and Longstreth - Enhancing the service and enforcement of domestic violence protective orders issued by state courts - Passed 04/10/09


*2742.
By Del. Talbott, Argento, Pethtel, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Beach, Williams, Anderson, Evans, Schoen and Miller, C. - Repealing outdated provisions from the WV Code relating to vinegars - Passed 04/08/09


*2753.
By Del. Stephens, Klempa, Poling, D., Swartzmiller and Perry - Relating to the continuation of the Design-Build Program - Passed 04/09/09; Effect from passage


*2757.
By Del. Perry, Shook, Ashley, Schoen, Moore, Manchin, Miley, Skaff, Reynolds and Frazier - Relating to financial audits of insurers - Passed 04/08/09


*2795.
By Del. Ferro, White, Varner, Talbott, Pethtel, Phillips, Stowers, Hall, Kominar, Klempa and Lawrence - Creating a special hunting and fishing license for persons with a life-threatening condition who are under twenty-one years of age - Passed 03/31/09 - To Governor 4/2/09 - Approved by Governor 4/8/09


*2819.
By Del. Brown, Poling, D., Talbott, Miley, Overington and Sobonya - Authorizing miscellaneous agencies and boards to promulgate legislative rules - Passed 04/10/09; Effect from passage


*2839.
By Del. Perdue, Boggs, Hatfield, Border, Moore, Moye and Rodighiero - Relating to the management of pain by physicians - Passed 04/08/09


2841.
By Del. Talbott and Argento - Extending the time for the city council of Richwood to meet as a levying body - Passed 04/10/09; Effective from passage


*2860.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Regulating the sequestration and storage of carbon dioxide - Passed 04/10/09


*2863.
By Del. Manchin, White, Caputo, Morgan, Poling, M., Webster, Boggs, Fragale, Schadler and Perdue - Relating to construction of state utility projects - Passed 04/10/09; Effect from passage


*2869.
By Del. Fleischauer, Staggers, Susman, Caputo, Ferro, Michael, Brown, Hunt, Miley, Barker and Moore - Lengthening the time frame for the filing of post-primary and post general campaign financial statements - Passed 04/10/09


*2904.
By Del. Poling, M. and Paxton - Authorizing rules for higher education - Passed 04/06/09; Effective from passage - To Governor 4/9/09


2913.
By Del. Williams, Ennis, Pethtel, Morgan and Stephens - Relating to the Statewide Independent Living Council - Passed 04/10/09; Effective from passage


2950.
By Del. Webster, Moore, Marshall, Hutchins, Morgan, White, Caputo, Hatfield, Brown, Frazier and Mahan - Creating the Neighborhood Housing and Economic Stabilization Program for low-income minority neighborhoods - Passed 04/09/09; Effect from passage


2952.
By Del. Webster, Barker, Brown, Ferro, Hunt, Longstreth, Miley, Perry, Shook, Staggers and Ellem - Clarifying that a terroristic threat is a felony regardless of intent to actually commit the threatened act - Passed 04/08/09


*2999.
By Del. White, Campbell, Kominar, Doyle and Carmichael - Relating to the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement and the West Virginia consumers sales and service tax and use tax - Passed 04/10/09; Effective from passage


3011.
By Del. Brown, Guthrie and Hatfield - Repealing the section of code relating to limitation on political activity of officers or employees in the administration of the Vocational Rehabilitation Program - Passed 04/10/09


*3017.
By Del. Campbell and Canterbury - Exempting from the consumers sales and service tax and use tax any sales of donated clothing or clothing accessories - Passed 04/10/09


*3036.
By Del. Schoen - Relating to notice and publication requirements for expungement petitions - Passed 04/10/09


*3063.
By Del. Talbott, Argento and Shaver - Relating to hunting, tagging and reporting bear - Passed 04/10/09


3066.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Martin, Talbott, Butcher, Argento and Poling, D. - Clarifying the supervision requirements for elevator apprentices under elevator safety - Passed 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*3076.
By Del. Martin, Walker, Butcher, Poling, D., Poling, M., Boggs, Perry, Caputo, Hamilton and Ellem - Relating to the regulation and operation of cranes - Passed 04/07/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*3082.
By Del. Moore, Webster, Shook, Caputo, Barker, Fleischauer, Fragale, Miley, Marshall and Perry - Relating to the gathering and reporting of foreclosure data and statistics - Passed 04/08/09


3083.
By Del. Andes, Border, Anderson, Perdue, Hamilton, Caputo, Perry, Miley, Hatfield, Wooton and Webster - Permitting blood donations by persons age sixteen with parental consent - Passed 03/26/09 - To Governor 3/30/09 - Approved by Governor 4/1/09


*3120.
By Del. Morgan, Marshall, Talbott, Martin, Klempa and Paxton - Increasing the WV Prosecuting Attorneys Institute's executive council's elected members from five to seven and permitting the appointment of special prosecutors in juvenile delinquency, child abuse or neglect proceedings - Passed 04/10/09


*3134.
By Del. Fleischauer, Beach, Marshall, Shook, Hunt, Frazier, Brown, Miley, Longstreth, Lawrence and Manchin - Municipal vote by mail pilot program - Passed 04/10/09


3189.
By Del. Morgan, Boggs, Caputo, Fragale, White, Webster and Poling, M. - Adding members to the Capitol Building Commission - Passed 04/07/09; Effective from passage - To Governor 4/9/09


*3194.
By Del. Ferro and Hamilton - Making it a misdemeanor to knowingly file false information with the Secretary of State - Passed 04/10/09


*3196.
By Del. Marshall, Iaquinta, Craig, Manchin, Evans and Anderson - Declaring certain claims against the state and its agencies to be moral obligations of the state - Passed 04/08/09; Effective from passage


3229.
By Del. Poling, M., Paxton, Stowers, Ennis, Moye, Shaver, Williams, Perry, Shott, Sumner and Canterbury (Originating in House Education) - Relating to creation of the Science and Research Council - Passed 04/08/09; Effective July 1, 2009


*3240.
By Del. White and Kominar - Giving the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles authority to approve all-terrain vehicle rider safety awareness courses - Passed 04/10/09


*3288.
By Del. Perry, Shaver, Ashley and Moore - Relating to mental health parity - Passed 04/10/09


3295.
By Del. White - Relating to the West Virginia State Treasurer's Office - Passed 04/10/09; Effective from passage


*3305.
By Del. Webster, Caputo, Frazier, Hutchins, Kominar, Miley, Moore and Staggers - Relating to the powers and duties of probation officers - Passed 04/10/09


*3313.
By Del. Cann, Varner, Klempa, Craig and Manchin - Allowing depositories and banks to meet the security requirement necessary to be a depository for boards of education by providing a letter of credit from a federal home loan bank - Passed 04/10/09


3340.
By Del. Poling, M. and Paxton (Originating in House Education) - Relating to entry into a data state compact among the Higher Education Policy Commission, Council for Community and Technical College Education and State Board of Education - Passed 04/10/09; Effect from passage



HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY BOTH HOUSES


1.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - Raising a Joint Assembly to open and publish election returns - Adopted 01/14/09


2.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - Providing for an adjournment of the Legislature until February 11, 2009 - Adopted 01/14/09


3.
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 - Adopted 02/11/09


4.
By Del. White and Kominar - CBM Howard W. Bannister Memorial Bridge - Adopted 04/03/09


15.
By Del. Iaquinta, Anderson, Argento, Ashley, Barker, Brown, Cann, Crosier, Ferro, Fragale, Givens, Guthrie, Ireland, Klempa, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Louisos, Mahan, Martin, McGeehan, Michael, Moore, Moye, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Poling, D., Rodighiero, Ross, Schadler, Shaver, Smith, Spencer, Stowers, Talbott, Walker, Walters, Wells, White and Williams - Requesting that the West Virginia State Veterans Cemetery be named "The Donel Kinnard Veterans Cemetery" - Adopted 03/27/09


23.
By Del. White, Kominar, Caputo and Butcher - The "Corporal Alfred E. Collins Bridge" - Adopted 03/23/09


27.
By Del. Moore, White, Phillips and Hall - The "Eugene Collins Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 04/07/09


38.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Perdue and Stephens - The "Bob W. Bellomy Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 04/07/09


55.
By Del. Miller, J., Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Anderson, Andes, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Blair, Border, Canterbury, Carmichael, Cowles, Evans, Hunt, Ireland, Porter, Romine, Schadler, Schoen, Shott, Walker and Wells - Expressing the will of the Legislature urging President Obama to support the efforts of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to participate in the specialized agencies of the United Nations - Adopted 04/03/09



SENATE BILLS PASSED LEGISLATURE


12.
By Sen. Jenkins, Williams, Barnes, Facemire, Wells, Chafin and White - Allowing 2-year motorcycle registration period - Passed 04/09/09


*153.
By Sen. Minard, Fanning, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and Facemyer - Authorizing Department of Environmental Protection promulgate legislative rules - Passed 04/08/09; Effective from passage


*172.
By Sen. Minard, Fanning, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and Facemyer - Authorizing Department of Administration promulgate legislative rules - Passed 04/10/09; Effective from passage


*195.
By Sen. Minard, Fanning, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and Facemyer - Authorizing Department of Health and Human Resources promulgate legislative rules - Passed 04/09/09; Effect from passage


*239.
By Sen. McCabe, Foster, Palumbo, Wells and Kessler - Allowing majority vote for certain metro government approval - Passed 04/10/09


*243.
By Sen. McCabe, Caruth, Plymale and Prezioso - Relating to issuing general obligation bonds - Passed 04/10/09


*244.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) and Caruth [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to public employees' reemployment after retirement - Passed 04/09/09


*259.
By Sen. Kessler and Chafin - Clarifying certain terminology within Courthouse Facilities Improvement Authority - Passed 04/06/09; Effect from passage


*261.
By Sen. Jenkins - Mandating party executive committees submit certain nominees 70 days before election - Passed 04/07/09


262.
By Sen. Snyder - Removing prohibition against using county's General Revenue Fund for historic preservation - Passed 04/09/09


*263.
By Sen. Green, White and Palumbo - Disclosing certain inmates' personal communications - Passed 04/06/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*284.
By Sen. Minard and Kessler - Relating to Viatical Settlements Act - Passed 04/07/09


*307.
By Sen. Prezioso, Boley, Caruth, Foster, Stollings, Jenkins, Guills, White and Kessler (Originating in Senate ) - Creating Maternal Screening Act - Passed 04/06/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*321.
By Sen. Prezioso, Foster, Jenkins, Stollings, Kessler, D. Facemire, Deem, Bowman and Plymale - Modifying certificate of need process - Passed 04/03/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


329.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) and Caruth [By Request of the Executive] - Updating terms in Personal Income Tax Act - Passed 03/23/09; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/27/09 - Approved by Governor 4/1/09 - Approved by Governor 4/1/09


335.
By Sen. Bowman, K. Facemyer, Guills, Prezioso, Unger, Minard, Plymale, Jenkins, Yost and Green - Authorizing Division of Culture and History distribute fairs and festivals' funding - Passed 04/10/09; Effective July 1, 2009


338.
By Sen. Oliverio, Prezioso, Williams, Sypolt, Edgell and Kessler - Creating additional seventeenth judicial circuit court judge - Passed 04/09/09; Effective July 1, 2009


*341.
By Sen. Kessler and White - Transferring juvenile justice database administration to Supreme Court - Passed 04/03/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


346.
By Sen. Kessler, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Oliverio, Palumbo, Snyder, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Barnes, Caruth, Deem and Hall (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Correcting code reference related to bear tagging - Passed 04/03/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*370.
By Sen. Kessler - Relating to community corrections program fees - Passed 04/08/09


*382.
By Sen. Unger, Caruth, Hall and Snyder - Adjusting State Rail Authority's contract authority - Passed 04/10/09


*384.
By Sen. Unger, Snyder, Stollings, Green and Barnes - Authorizing Department of Transportation take control of certain highway emergencies - Passed 04/07/09


403.
By Sen. Helmick, McCabe, Chafin, Edgell, D. Facemire, Fanning, Green, Prezioso, White, Boley, K. Facemyer and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Making supplemental appropriation from State Road Fund to Department of Transportation - Passed 03/11/09; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/18/09 - Approved by Governor 3/23/09


*404.
By Sen. Unger, Tomblin (Mr. President), Snyder, Foster, McCabe, Stollings and White - Creating sesquicentennial commission and fund - Passed 04/10/09; Effective from passage


*405.
By Sen. Kessler, Unger, Minard and White - Relating to grandparents' visitation - Passed 04/08/09


*408.
By Sen. Minard, Jenkins, Stollings and Kessler - Relating to model health plan for uninsurable individuals - Passed 04/09/09


410.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) and Caruth [By Request of the Executive] - Updating terms in Corporation Net Income Tax Act - Passed 03/23/09; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/27/09 - Approved by Governor 4/1/09 - Approved by Governor 4/1/09


424.
By Sen. Minard and Jenkins - Converting financial institution to state-chartered bank - Passed 04/09/09


431.
By Sen. Minard, Helmick, McCabe and Barnes - Providing in-state medical providers notice of small group health benefit plan - Passed 04/07/09


434.
By Sen. Minard - Relating to long-term care policy insurance agents - Passed 04/10/09; Effective July 1, 2009


436.
By Sen. Kessler - Updating terminology relating to surface mining reporting requirements - Passed 04/03/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


*453.
By Sen. Green, White, Laird, Chafin, Yost, Minard, Unger, Kessler, Bowman, K. Facemyer, D. Facemire and Plymale - Relating to Public Service Commission service of decisions - Passed 04/03/09 - To Governor 4/9/09


464.
By Sen. Minard, Helmick, McCabe and Chafin - Authorizing Public Employees Insurance Agency charge fee for paper transactions - Passed 04/10/09


468.
By Sen. Laird, White, D. Facemire and Kessler - Requiring redemption property purchaser pay in certified funds - Passed 04/10/09


473.
By Sen. Bowman, Snyder and D. Facemire - Clarifying civil service job posting provisions - Passed 04/07/09


476.
By Sen. Minard, Jenkins and Plymale - Relating to "financial institution" definition - Passed 04/08/09


487.
By Sen. Bowman and Snyder - Relating to Division of Personnel Director's qualifications - Passed 04/06/09


*489.
By Sen. Minard, Jenkins and McCabe - Allowing Board of Banking and Financial Institutions receive travel expense compensation - Passed 04/07/09


490.
By Sen. Caruth and Oliverio - Authorizing Mercer County Commission appoint emergency operations center board - Passed 04/10/09; Effect from passage


493.
By Sen. Prezioso, Oliverio and Stollings - Transferring central registry for head injuries to Center for Excellence in Disabilities - Passed 04/08/09


494.
By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner order restitution in certain cases - Passed 04/10/09


495.
By Sen. Minard - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner permit certain groups life insurance policies - Passed 04/10/09


*501.
By Sen. Kessler and Prezioso - Prohibiting animal gas chamber euthanasia - Passed 04/10/09


503.
By Sen. Minard, Jenkins and McCabe - Defining "sound financial condition" - Passed 04/08/09


507.
By Sen. Caruth, McCabe, Kessler and Snyder - Relating to Clean Coal Technology Council's powers and duties - Passed 04/10/09


521.
By Sen. Laird, Foster and Green - Including telecommunications devices as jail contraband - Passed 04/10/09


*526.
By Sen. Foster, Stollings and Laird - Relating to osteopathy post-doctoral training requirements - Passed 04/07/09; Effective from passage


528.
By Sen. Laird, Stollings, Unger, Helmick and Green - Depositing certain fees in counties' general funds - Passed 04/10/09


*532.
By Sen. Minard, Jenkins and Kessler - Creating WV SAFE Mortgage Licensing Act - Passed 04/09/09; Effective July 1, 2009


572.
By Sen. Bowman - Repealing section creating Public Employee Leave Benefit Analysis Board - Passed 04/06/09


*575.
By Sen. Guills, Caruth, Kessler, Bowman and Foster - Relating to gaming operations at historic resort hotel - Passed 04/10/09; Effective from passage


587.
By Sen. Bowman - Repealing section creating State Personnel Advisory Council - Passed 04/06/09


588.
By Sen. Bowman - Repealing section creating Public Insurance Agency Advisory Board - Passed 04/06/09


594.
By Sen. Helmick, Chafin, Fanning and Kessler - Requiring monthly fund installments to Courtesy Patrol - Passed 04/10/09; Effective July 1, 2009


595.
By Sen. Prezioso, Deem, Plymale and Kessler - Relating to assignment of child support obligations - Passed 04/09/09


*600.
By Sen. Green, Deem, McCabe, Foster, Kessler and Plymale - Relating to coal reclamation tax - Passed 04/10/09; Effective July 1, 2009


610.
By Sen. Palumbo, Stollings and Plymale - Relating to Film Industry Investment Act - Passed 04/10/09


*612.
By Sen. Prezioso, Unger and Deem - Relating to willful nonpayment of child support - Passed 04/08/09


632.
By Sen. Prezioso - Requiring insurers share certain information with Bureau for Medical Services - Passed 04/08/09


636.
By Sen. Fanning, Edgell, White, Sypolt and Oliverio - Finding and declaring certain claims against state - Passed 04/09/09; Effect from passage


669.
By Sen. Kessler, Yost, Stollings, Unger and Wells - Extending Preventative Care Pilot Program - Passed 04/09/09


*672.
By Sen. Kessler, Helmick, McCabe, Prezioso, Plymale, Stollings, Jenkins, Minard, Unger and Wells - Creating Mental Health Stabilization Act of 2009 - Passed 04/08/09; Effective July 1, 2009


*687.
By Sen. Prezioso, Stollings, Foster, Plymale, Unger and Kessler - Relating to Comprehensive Behavioral Health Commission - Passed 04/10/09; Effective from passage


*695.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President), Helmick, Foster, McCabe and Kessler - Relating to payment for certain state employees' unused sick leave - Passed 04/09/09; Effect from passage


719.
By Sen. Kessler, Williams, Unger, Laird and Deem - Allowing certain police officers keep weapon after retirement - Passed 04/07/09


760.
By Sen. Kessler, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Oliverio, Palumbo, Snyder, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Barnes, Caruth, Deem and Hall (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Authorizing Supreme Court to develop pilot pre-trial release programs - Passed 04/07/09


761.
By Sen. Jenkins, Browning, Chafin, Foster, Kessler, Laird, Minard, Oliverio, Palumbo, Snyder, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Barnes, Caruth, Deem and Hall (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Relating to illegal entries upon certain property - Passed 04/10/09


764.
By Sen. Kessler, Browning, Chafin, Foster, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Oliverio, Palumbo, Snyder, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Caruth, Deem and Hall (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Providing race election results certification procedure - Passed 04/08/09; Effect from passage



SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY BOTH HOUSES


1.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President), Chafin and Caruth - Adopting joint rules of Senate and House of Delegates - Adopted 01/14/09


2.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President), Helmick and Caruth - Relating to payment of supplies, services, printing and other expenses - Adopted 01/14/09


8.
By Sen. Browning and Green - Requesting Division of Highways name bridge in Mullens "Charles V. Stewart Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/27/09


12.
By Sen. Jenkins and Plymale - Requesting Division of Highways name bridge in Lesage "PVT Russell Curtis Knight Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 04/10/09


13.
By Sen. Unger, McCabe and Stollings - Requesting Division of Highways name bridge in Berkeley County "Bruce Van Wyk Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 04/09/09


17.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) and Stollings - Requesting Division of Highways name bridge in Logan County "Marine Private Robert Clayton Stephenson Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 04/10/09


32.
By Sen. Stollings - Requesting Division of Highways name bridge in Boone County "Brian Scott 'Scotty' Ulbrich Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 04/09/09


34.
By Sen. Chafin - Requesting Division of Highways name portion of U. S. 52 "R. A. West Memorial Highway" - Adopted 04/09/09


35.
By Sen. Chafin - Requesting Division of Highways name bridge in Mercer County "Staff Sergeant Stanley Brian Reynolds Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 04/09/09


43.
By Sen. Sypolt, Minard and Williams - Requesting Division of Highways name bridge in Grafton "Bearcat Bridge" - Adopted 04/09/09


44.
By Sen. Stollings and Plymale - Requesting Division of Highways name Route 3 in Racine "Barry Lutsy Memorial Highway" - Adopted 04/09/09


46.
By Sen. D. Facemire, Oliverio, Plymale and Minard - Requesting Division of Highways name bridge in Braxton County "Harold V. Long Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 04/10/09


48.
By Sen. Caruth and Oliverio - Requesting Division of Highways name bridge in Mercer County "Corporal Ray B. Cheatwood, Jr., Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 04/09/09


68.
Originating in Senate Rules - Extending 2009 regular legislative session - Adopted 04/08/09



HOUSE BILLS IN CONFERENCE


*3208.
By Del. Fragale, Williams, Duke, Shott and Smith - Including the hours of training county board members have acquired - To conference 04/10/09. House conferees: Paxton, Fragale, Sumner; Senate conferees: White, Oliverio, Guills



SENATE BILLS IN CONFERENCE


445.
By Sen. Kessler and Williams - Removing conservation supervisors' election certification requirements - To conference 04/08/09. House conferees: Hunt, Tabb, Hamilton; Senate conferees: Williams, Snyder, K. Facemyer


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