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House Bills Introduced


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HOUSE OF DELEGATES


BILLS INTRODUCED


Friday, February 27, 2009


2861.By Del. Azinger, Evans and Poling, D. - Repealing the one hundred forty day limitation that a retired school teacher may teach in public schools - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2862.By Del. Azinger, Evans and Poling, D. - Relating to towing companies notifying the DMV of abandoned vehicles - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2863.By Del. Manchin, White, Caputo, Morgan, Poling, M., Webster, Boggs, Fragale, Schadler and Perdue - Relating to construction of state utility projects - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization


2864.By Del. White - Prohibiting the use of touch screen voting machines - To Judiciary then Finance


2865.By Del. Hunt, White, Webster, Moore, Paxton, Hatfield, Perdue, Spencer, Wells and Tabb - Exempting certain children from having to provide the otherwise appropriate written excuse from a physician or school nurse for a prolonged absence - To Education


2866.By Del. Hunt, White, Moore, Perdue, Reynolds, Skaff, Spencer, Louisos, Hamilton and Schadler - Allowing a license to carry deadly weapons to remain valid until the applicant receives notice the application for renewal has been issued or denied - To Judiciary


2867.By Del. Hunt, Webster, Moore, Paxton, Hatfield, Wooton, Hutchins, Skaff, Doyle and Wells - Relating to autism spectrum disorder - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


2868.By Del. Hunt, White, Webster, Perdue, Paxton, Hatfield, Moore, Tabb, Spencer and Wells - Allowing a deduction from the federal gross income for income derived from trust for autistic minor (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


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 - To Judiciary


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 (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2871.By Del. Moye, Barker, Poling, M., Stephens, Campbell, Schoen, Rodighiero, Poling, D. and Argento - Verifying legal employment status of workers - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2872.By Del. Fleischauer, Shook, Marshall, Beach, Moye, Perry, Canterbury, Doyle, Hartman, Cowles and Susman - Allowing county school boards to enter into energy-saving contracts - To Education then Judiciary


2873.By Del. Lawrence, Poling, D., Klempa and Marshall - Requiring assessors to create a cost of housing index - To Government Organization then Finance


2874.By Del. Staggers, Moye, Shaver, Perry, Tabb, Martin, Argento, Smith, Moore, Michael and Williams - Providing a rebuttable presumption that a firefighter has developed a pulmonary disease or sustained a cardiovascular injury (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2875.By Del. Poling, D., Ellem, Williams and Michael - Exempting Changeable Message Signs from the rulemaking authority of the Department of Motor Vehicles - To Government Organization


2876.By Del. Louisos - Reinstating the license of a person within thirty days upon receiving the applicable proof of compliance - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


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 - To Judiciary


2878.By Del. Ashley - Abortion Complication Reporting Act - To Judiciary


2879.By Del. Iaquinta, Klempa, Fragale, Argento, Eldridge and Givens - Increasing the minimum prison sentence for a parent or guardian or custodian who abuses a child (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2880.By Del. Reynolds, Eldridge, Stephens, Sobonya and Miller, C. - Creating the crime of murder of a child by a parent who exposes the child to the manufacturing of a controlled substance - To Judiciary then Finance


2881.By Del. Hunt, Perdue, Webster, Hatfield, Hutchins, Moore, Tabb, Louisos, Ferro and Wells - Relating to fees charged for worthless checks - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


2882.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Transferring authority over racing, boxing, charitable bingo, raffle, games and charitable lottery to the State Gaming and Alcohol Control Agency and State Gaming and Alcohol Control Commission (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


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