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HOUSE OF DELEGATES


BILLS INTRODUCED


Wednesday, February 18, 2009


2572.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to classification of retail licenses for the sale of liquor - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2573.By Del. Caputo (By Request), Manchin and Longstreth - Allowing quarterly payment of real and personal property taxes (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2574.By Del. Hatfield, Guthrie, Poling, D., Butcher, Walker, Marshall and Argento - Prohibiting certain nursing homes from using state funds for activities unrelated to the provision of health care services - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2575.By Del. Duke and Blair - Providing an election to allow resident homeowners, sixty-five years old or older, to defer the payment of property tax increases to their residential property (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2576.By Del. Duke, Doyle, Overington, Tabb and Blair - Providing a corporate tax credit for qualified health insurance policies (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


2577.By Del. Duke, Tabb and Blair - Allowing a public school employee or retiree who missed work as a result of pregnancy to purchase up to one year of service credit in the teachers retirement system (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2578.By Del. Duke, Miller, J., Blair, Overington, Doyle and Tabb - Providing a ten percent cap on any increase in assessment of real and personal property in any one year (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2579.By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Duke, Stephens, Morgan, Longstreth, Miller, C. and Craig - Relating to discounts at state parks for elderly and disabled persons - To Natural Resources then Finance


2580.By Del. Miller, J., Andes, Carmichael, Porter, Blair, Ireland, Canterbury and Walters - Directing the State Board of Education to develop a program of instruction on macroeconomics - To Education then Finance


2581.By Del. Shook and Beach - Making changes to the Municipal Home Rule Board - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2582.By Del. Miller, J., Sobonya, Blair, Andes and Miller, C. - Establishing a corporate tax credit up to fifty percent of the corporation's net income tax for contributions to scholarship funds (FN) - To Education then Finance


2583.By Del. Sobonya, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Schoen, Miller, C. and Staggers - Requiring health care providers to release unemancipated minor's medical records for drug testing to a parent or legal guardian without written consent from minor - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2584.By Del. Miller, J., Ashley and Evans - Providing a state tax deduction for amounts paid for health insurance under certain circumstances (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


2585.By Del. Rodighiero, Eldridge and Stephens - Limiting liability for repair costs to automobile owners when they hit a deer on a public highway - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


2586.By Del. Rodighiero and Eldridge - Granting a salary increase for Regional Jail Authority employees (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2587.By Del. Reynolds and Stephens - Capping regional jail per diem charges at forty-eight dollars and ten cents (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2588.By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Moore and Rodighiero - Providing that only healthy beverages and healthy or nutritional snacks may be sold in the county school system - To Health and Human Resources then Education


2589.By Del. Iaquinta, Hartman, Talbott, Perry and Tabb - Relating to persons who do not qualify for professional certificates who are issued certificates to serve in the public schools as athletic coaches - To Education


2590.By Del. Porter and Sumner - Requiring the Department of Health and Human Resources to maintain information for public dissemination relative to judicial bypasses to the requirement of parental notification relative to abortions performed on minors (FN) - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2591.By Del. Mahan, Campbell, Canterbury and Crosier - Requiring annual adjustments of certain provider payments - To Government Organization then Finance


2592.By Del. Perry and Beach - Providing Good Friday as a state legal holiday - To Government Organization then Finance


2593.By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Stephens, Reynolds, Rowan, Moore, Morgan and Miller, C. - Increasing the penalty for driving under the influence causing death - To Judiciary


2594.By Del. Reynolds, Rodighiero and Eldridge - Providing that persons convicted of certain drug related crimes must participate in a substance abuse counseling program to be eligible for probation - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2595.By Del. Staggers, Moye, Argento, Rodighiero, Hamilton, Crosier, Azinger, Rowan, Poling, D. and Canterbury - Providing an exemption from gross income for members of volunteer fire departments for state personal income tax purposes (FN) - To Finance


2596.By Del. Duke, Blair, Overington, Evans, Rowan and Tabb - Explaining all warranties for the sale of used cars including the requirements for "as is" sales - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2597.By Del. Duke, Blair and Overington - Making 911 emergency fees available to be used for both emergency and nonemergency calls - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2598.By Del. Cann, Fragale, Kominar, Perry and Iaquinta - Relating to parental notification requirements for abortions performed on unemancipated minors - To Judiciary


2599.By Del. Carmichael and Walters - Changing the PROMISE Scholarship Program to the PROMISE Forgivable Student Loan Program and establishing deferment and forgiveness conditions - To Education then Finance


2600.By Del. Barker and Eldridge - Lying to a deputy sheriff or municipal police officer who is conducting an investigation of a felony, is a misdemeanor - To Judiciary


2601.By Del. Argento, Eldridge, Shaver and Wells - Allowing the Superintendent of the State Police to charge a one hundred dollar motor vehicle inspection facility application fee (FN) - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2602.By Del. Fleischauer, Poling, M., Hatfield, Hamilton, Brown, Tabb and Beach - Establishing a returnable beverage container deposit program - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


2603.By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Miller, C., Rowan, Duke and Ellem - Relating to nonpartisan election of justices of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals and circuit court judges - To Judiciary


2604.By Del. Caputo, Rodighiero, Argento, Eldridge and Hutchins - West Virginia Public School Employment Relations Act - To Education


2605.By Del. Ennis, Swartzmiller, Pethtel, Perdue, Hatfield, Ashley and Border - Requiring accident and sickness insurance providers and HMO's to cover the treatment of Lyme disease - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

2606.By Del. Perry, Campbell, Argento, Boggs, Williams, Mahan and Sumner - Exempting county school boards of education school buses from paying tolls for transit over the West Virginia Turnpike or any parkways authority project (FN) - To Finance


2607.By Del. Boggs, Perdue, Ashley and Barker - Increasing penalties for financial exploitation of an elderly person or incapacitated adult (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2608.By Del. Sobonya, Moore, Rowan, Miller, C., Reynolds and Ellem - Changing the way that the cost of incarcerating inmates in regional jails is collected (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2609.By Del. Caputo, Fragale, Ellem, Azinger, Longstreth and Manchin - Establishing criminal penalties for interfering with medical treatment of a railroad employee - To Judiciary


2610.By Del. Boggs, Eldridge, Stephens, Barker, Carmichael, Kominar, Rowan, Sumner and Armstead - Prohibiting state funding of abortions - To Judiciary


2611.By Del. Sobonya, Moye, Miller, C. and Reynolds - Making it illegal to transport a minor across state lines to obtain an abortion without written consent by both parents - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2612.By Del. Sobonya, Reynolds, Morgan, Miller, C., Stephens and Duke - Increasing penalties for failing to report child abuse - To Judiciary


2613.By Del. Sobonya, Longstreth, Stephens, Rowan, Morgan, Miller, C. and Reynolds - Prohibiting any law enforcement or other official from interfering in the service of a warrant in child abuse investigations - To Judiciary


2614.By Del. Sobonya, Rowan, Miller, C. and Reynolds - Prohibiting school employees from promoting abortion - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2615.By Del. Armstead and Schadler - Providing discounted motor registration fees for members of volunteer fire departments (FN) - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2616.By Del. Miller, J. and Poling, D. - Removing extraneous language regarding the limitation of exotic entertainment by county commissions - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2617.By Del. Caputo, Poling, D., Duke, Crosier, Paxton, Manchin and Boggs - Waving tuition and fees for members of the WV State Police (FN) - To Education then Finance


2618.By Del. Caputo, Boggs, Poling, D. and Spencer - Compensating state troopers for call-back time (FN) - To Finance


2619.By Del. Moye, Sumner, Stephens and Rodighiero - Exempting existing churches from paying tax on propane and other forms of heating oil (FN) - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


2620.By Del. Paxton, Caputo, Stephens and Moye - Increasing the pay grade of cafeteria managers (FN) - To Education then Finance


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 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2622.By Del. Rodighiero, Barker and Eldridge - Relating to the reduction of state income taxes for certain state and federal retirees by increasing the exemption on retirement income (FN) - To Finance


2623.By Del. Ennis, Argento, Swartzmiller, Shaver and Williams - Allowing Class RG and RRG deer stamps to be used to hunt and take antlerless deer - To Natural Resources then Judiciary


2624.By Del. Longstreth, Guthrie, Manchin, Eldridge and Fragale - Subtracting social security benefits from federal adjusted gross income to determine West Virginia adjusted gross income for purposes of personal income tax (FN) - To Finance


2625.By Del. Evans, Rowan, Canterbury, Staggers, Tabb, Doyle and Azinger - Providing for aged or disabled farmers to continue to receive the benefit of having their farm land appraised as farm property after they cease farming (FN) - To Agriculture then Finance


2626.By Del. Perdue, Walters, Eldridge and Hatfield - Requiring licensure of pharmacy benefit managers (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2627.By Del. Rodighiero, Reynolds, Eldridge and Stephens - Permitting members of volunteer fire departments to participate in the state's public employees insurance plan (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


2628.By Del. Hamilton, Evans, Longstreth, Talbott, Porter, Varner and Ellem - Restricting public access to concealed weapons permit records - To Judiciary


2629.By Del. Perdue, Carmichael and Armstead - Providing an exemption from estate taxes and the Consumers Sales and Service Tax for certain expenses of any infant who dies before reaching one year of age (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2630.By Del. Hartman, Perry, Beach, Martin, Hatfield and Crosier - Issuing special license plates for registered nurses and licensed practical nurses - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2631.By Del. Eldridge, Rodighiero, Stephens, Perry, Paxton, Shaver and Argento - West Virginia Public School Employment Relations Act - To Education then Judiciary


2632.By Del. Porter and Sumner - Modifying the West Virginia Parkways, Economic Development and Tourism Authority's power to charge tolls and issue bonds (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


2633.By Del. Marshall, Hatfield, Miley and Moore - Exempting from the sales and use tax special equipment installed in a motor vehicle for the use of a person with physical disabilities (FN) - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2634.By Del. Craig, Michael, Tabb, Armstead and Azinger - Relating to limitations for certain asbestos exposure claims - To Judiciary


2635.By Del. Eldridge, Rodighiero, Campbell, Staggers, Marshall and Stephens - Allowing the federal adjusted gross income deduction for the amount spent for medical expenses (FN) - To Finance


2636.By Del. Rodighiero, Stephens and Reynolds - Requiring facilities providing abortions to obtain parental notification or consent in writing - To Judiciary


2637.By Del. Eldridge, Klempa, Rodighiero, Williams, Barker, Argento, Sobonya and Paxton - Requiring that all state high schools provide a course in archery safety for hunters - To Natural Resources then Education


2638.By Del. Rodighiero, Barker, Staggers, Fleischauer and Eldridge - Establishing a work program for qualified inmates (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2639.By Del. Campbell, Paxton, Williams, Tabb, Spencer, Perry and Beach - Allowing for more teachers to be reimbursed for approved course work (FN) - To Education then Finance


2640.By Del. Caputo, Mahan, Boggs, Longstreth, Fragale and Barker - Authorizing the Governor to appoint an additional member to the Surface Mine Board that represents the interest of labor - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Government Organization


2641.By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Longstreth, Moore, Reynolds, Miller, C. and Rowan - Requiring the Commissioner of Corrections to keep track of repeat offenses committed by persons convicted of sexual offenses against children - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2642.By Del. Wells, Hatfield, Guthrie, Brown, Spencer and Lane - Reverting the 911 fee on wireless telephones from three dollars to seventy-five cents - To Finance


2643.By Del. Hutchins, Overington, Andes, Doyle and Azinger - Prohibiting the naming of a publicly funded building, road, structure or project which receives any operating or construction moneys from state sources or state taxpayers - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2644.By Del. Eldridge, Rodighiero, Longstreth, Staggers, Campbell, Marshall and Stephens - Relating to prohibiting the establishment of new methadone treatment programs - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2645.By Del. Rodighiero, Stephens, Eldridge and Martin - Providing one-time supplements to all annuitants when they reach the age of seventy (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2646.By Del. Rodighiero and Eldridge - Defining the term "Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug Plan" in the public employees insurance act - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


2647.By Del. Rodighiero, Eldridge, Moore, Barker, Staggers, Poling, D. and Caputo - Prohibiting the establishment of methadone treatment programs and clinics except those operated by comprehensive community mental health centers - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2648.By Del. Perdue, Boggs, Hatfield, Campbell, Mahan, Hamilton, Michael and Morgan - Protecting the privacy of a person's prescription information - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2649.By Del. Wells, Iaquinta and Argento - Relating to confidential records - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2650.By Del. Porter, Overington, Azinger, Miller, J., Border, Schadler, Sobonya, Miller, C. and Blair - Eliminating the sales tax on food effective the first day of July, two thousand nine (FN) - To Finance


2651.By Del. Talbott, Argento, Pethtel, Swartzmiller, Tabb, Beach, Williams, Anderson, Evans, Schoen and Miller, C. - Repealing article regulating male breeding animals - To Agriculture then Judiciary - [Interim Bill]


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 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - [Interim Bill]


2653.By Del. Webster, Brown, Barker, Frazier, Hunt, Michael, Miley, Morgan, Perry and Reynolds - Authorizing use of citations in lieu of arrest warrants for certain offenses - To Judiciary


2654.By Del. Webster, Boggs, Campbell, Eldridge, Fragale, Hutchins, Manchin, Perry, Schadler, Tabb and White - Relating to costs for housing inmates who are transferred to the custody of the division of corrections - To Judiciary then Finance


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