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House Bills Introduced


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HOUSE OF DELEGATES


CARRYOVER

BILLS INTRODUCED


Wednesday, January 13, 2010


2001.     By Del. Cann - Providing additional state minimum salary for certain teachers (FN) - To Education then Finance


2002.     By Del. Ellem - Changing the time for periodic valuations and assessments of real and personal property (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2004.     By Del. Iaquinta - Establishing a program for reprogramming cellular telephones and distributing to seniors for making emergency calls - To Senior Citizen Issues then Finance


2005.     By Del. Fragale - Requiring schools to post and make available to the public the schedules of teachers and staff - To Education then Judiciary


2006.     By Del. Talbott - Requiring color coded certificates of insurance to be placed on the windshield of the insured motor vehicle - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2007.     By Del. Spencer - Reducing the federal adjusted gross income for motor fuel expenses incurred in commuting to and from one's occupation (FN) - To Finance


2008.     By Del. Rowan - Defining "the deceased" for purposes of prescribing that a deceased victim includes unborn children under first and second degree murder - To Judiciary


2009.     By Del. Cann - Business and occupation tax credit to electric power generators for the use of West Virginia coal (FN) - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


2011.     By Del. Williams - Providing correctional officers may retire with full benefits after twenty years of actual and honorable service (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2012.     By Del. Cann - Relating to assessments of real property (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2013.     By Del. Romine - Increasing salary increments paid to principals and assistant principals (FN) - To Education then Finance


2014.     By Del. Campbell - Eliminating the severance tax and the health care provider tax on behavior health providers (FN) - To Finance


2015.     By Del. Hatfield - Creating the criminal offense of injury to a pregnant woman that results in miscarriage or stillbirth - To Judiciary


2016.     By Del. Sumner - Providing for removal and election of Public Service Commissioners - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2017.     By Del. Campbell - Authorizing and encouraging county boards of education to share services of central office administrative personnel - To Education


2018.     By Del. Schadler - Making the destruction of a landlord's property which has been rented for residential purposes a criminal offense - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2019.     By Del. Azinger - Prohibiting employees at restaurants from handling drinking vessels by touching on or near the vessel's brim - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2020.     By Del. Paxton - Exempting children receiving an exemption from compulsory school attendance in favor of church school from standardized testing requirement - To Education


2021.     By Del. Caputo - Giving the Insurance Commissioner the power to regulate and penalize self-insured employers - To Banking and Insurance then Government Organization


2024.     By Del. Ennis - Reducing staff development programs for school personnel from eighteen hours to twelve hours - To Education


2028.     By Del. Duke - Providing that when any body part of an unborn child is outside the womb, the child is born, and is considered a citizen of the state - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2029.     By Del. Schadler - Ensuring that medical workers have the right to refuse to participate in any abortion-related activity - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2030.     By Del. Azinger - Providing a three percent cap on any increase in assessment on real property that is the primary residence (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2033.     By Del. Blair - Including a parenting plan with an application for a marriage license - To Judiciary


2034.     By Del. Rodighiero - Relating to the eliminating of mercury in vaccines - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2035.     By Del. Evans - Requiring a woman, prior to an abortion, to have a pregnancy test administered at the facility where the abortion is to be performed - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2036.     By Del. Michael - Eliminating West Virginia income tax on social security benefits (FN) - To Senior Citizen Issues then Finance


2037.     By Del. Blair - Relating to requirements for PROMISE scholarships - To Education then Finance


2038.     By Del. Boggs - Uniform Premarital Agreement Act - To Judiciary


2039.     By Del. Duke - Establishing the Consent to Health Care of Minors Act - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2041.     By Del. Shook - Exempting the retirement benefits of certain annuitants under the State Teachers Retirement System from state income tax - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2042.     By Del. Blair - Providing a tax credit for Ad Valorem tax paid on Manufacturing Inventory (FN) - To Finance


2043.     By Del. Shook and Overington - Relating to notification of cancellation or nonrenewal of an insured's automobile liability insurance contract or policy - To Roads and Transportation then Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


2044.     By Del. Cann, Fragale, Iaquinta and Miley - Including Salem International University as an eligible institution and modifying provisions regarding eligible higher education institutions receiving PROMISE scholarship funds - To Education then Finance


2045.     By Del. Perry - Relating to funeral and cremation expenses for indigent persons - To Finance


2046.     By Del. Manchin and Caputo - Enabling creditors to collect upon their judgements from debtors who often attempt to defeat such judgments - To Judiciary


2048.     By Del. Hamilton, Duke and Sumner - Providing for the continuance of medical coverage for the spouse of a deceased retired public employee for any period previously purchased with accumulated leave - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2049.     By Del. Caputo and Longstreth - Providing that a legally unlicensed personal care home may house up to four unrelated residents if there is at least one full-time employee working at the home - To Senior Citizen Issues then Health and Human Resources


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 - To Government Organization - [Local Bill]


2051.     By Del. Williams, Perry and Argento - Providing a two thousand eight dollar salary increase for each employee of the Division of Corrections (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


2052.     By Del. Fragale, Miley and Iaquinta - Prohibiting a person convicted of any felony from holding public office - To Judiciary


2053.     By Del. Hatfield and Doyle - Prohibiting pharmacists and other persons involved in dispensing medicines from refusing to fill prescriptions - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2054.     By Del. Iaquinta, Argento, Barker, Fragale and Azinger - Providing a mechanism whereby unused, unexpired nonnarcotic drugs previously owned by a deceased nursing home patient or resident may be donated to free health care clinics in the state - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2055.     By Del. Hatfield, Martin and Caputo - Requiring nursing homes to publicly post staffing information and granting rights to family councils - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2057.     By Del. Hamilton and Romine - Requiring the department of health and human resources to enforce specific abortion clinic regulations - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2058.     By Del. Ireland and Romine - No State-Funded Transportation for Abortion Act - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2059.     By Del. Fragale, Iaquinta, Miley and Cann - Prohibiting certain sex offenders from loitering within one thousand feet of a school or child care facility, school bus stop, or other child safety zone - To Judiciary


2060.     By Del. Rodighiero, Eldridge and Reynolds - Requiring magistrate courts to maintain records relating to successful collection rates on judgements - To Judiciary


2061.     By Del. Hatfield - Prohibiting abusive behavior towards elephants by an owner or manager - To Agriculture then Judiciary


2062.     By Del. Blair, Overington and Miller, J. - Giving the owners of newly constructed homes a ten-year grace period before a connection to a newly installed sewer line is mandatory (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2064.     By Del. Iaquinta, Longstreth, Caputo and Swartzmiller - Designating the seventh day of December, "Pearl Harbor Day," as a legal state holiday (FN) - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance


2065.     By Del. Caputo, Manchin and Longstreth - Relating to issuing a certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


2066.     By Del. Iaquinta, Martin, Miley, Talbott, Barker and Wells - Prohibiting fractional pricing in the retail sale of gasoline - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2067.     By Del. Walters and Azinger - Allowing a tax deduction for all prepaid tuition contracts or college savings plan (FN) - To Education then Finance


2068.     By Del. Evans, Romine, Azinger and Rowan - Excluding federal interest income when applying the income exclusion available to those sixty-five years of age or older and to persons permanently and totally disabled (FN) - To Finance


2069.     By Del. Iaquinta, Anderson, Poling, M., Crosier, Fragale, Miley and Duke - Increasing the faculty senate allotment for classroom teachers and librarians (FN) - To Education then Finance


2070.     By Del. Walters - Requiring that all worker's compensation adjusters employed by a private insurance carrier be located within the geographic borders of West Virginia - To Judiciary


2071.     By Del. Talbott - Prohibiting discrimination in rates by insurance companies because of having filed claims under the uninsured and under insured coverage of an automobile policy - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


2073.     By Del. Border - Requiring that abortion providers notify the parents of a minor seeking an abortion forty-eight hours before performing the procedure - To Judiciary


2075.     By Del. Schoen - Allowing family court judges to carry concealed deadly weapons without obtaining a license - To Judiciary


2078.     By Del. Williams - Notifying persons from out-of-state who issue worthless checks in this state and who, fail to pay the check and applicable fine or fail to appear in court, that a notice of their failure will be sent to the Division of Motor Vehicles - To Judiciary


2079.     By Del. Williams - Providing that when a person from another state writes a worthless check in this state which results in a summons to appear in magistrate court but then fails to appear shall have his or her privilege to drive in this state revoked (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2080.     By Del. Caputo - Providing a ten percent discount to residents at state parks and forests (FN) - To Natural Resources then Finance


2081.     By Del. Caputo - Requiring the superintendent or owner of a mine to sign the fire boss record book daily - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary

2084.     By Del. Walters - Small Business Development Incentive Program for Internal Growth Act (FN) - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


2085.     By Del. Walters - Providing county boards of education may study the economic feasibility of exercising an option of engaging in cooperative agreements with local public or regional transit authorities to transport students - To Education then Finance


2087.     By Del. Ennis, Williams, Swartzmiller, Cann, Michael, Beach and Kominar - Changing the definition of final average salary to thirty-six consecutive months for calculating retirement (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2088.     By Del. Craig, Stephens and Reynolds - Providing for the temporary detention of criminal suspects by law-enforcement officers where probable cause appears to exist - To Judiciary


2089.     By Del. Rodighiero, Eldridge and Stephens - Allowing certain public employees to pay back retirement benefits (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2090.     By Del. Duke, Doyle, Overington, Miller, J. and Blair - Providing a housing supplement for members of the State Police - To Finance


2092.     By Del. Rodighiero, Eldridge, Stephens, Miley, Fleischauer, Longstreth, Boggs and Martin - Prohibiting inquiries reflected on a credit report from adversely affecting an application for insurance - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


2093.     By Del. Paxton - Providing a framework to avoid imposition of policies and practices on the public schools that distract from a thorough and efficient education - To Education then Finance


2094.     By Del. Porter - Prohibiting employees of higher education from assisting students in securing abortions - To Judiciary


2095.     By Del. Longstreth, Marshall, Perry and Stephens - Faculty Excellence Act - To Education then Finance


2096.     By Del. Craig - Requiring the subject of physics as a required course in all public secondary schools for graduation - To Education


2097.     By Del. Walters - Permitting deed of trust or mortgage interest paid on a taxpayers' personal residences to be used for personal income tax purposes (FN) - To Finance


2100.     By Del. Perdue and Sobonya - Relating to treatment for drug and alcohol addiction - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2101.     By Del. Cann, Kominar, Reynolds, Craig, Anderson, Evans and Doyle - Providing for a credit against the West Virginia personal income tax liability in the amount of payments made on student loans (FN) - To Education then Finance


2102.     By Del. Williams, Doyle and Ashley - Changing the qualifier for low income for a senior citizens' homestead tax credit (FN) - To Senior Citizen Issues then Finance


2103.     By Del. Staggers - Relating to drug and alcohol free mines - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2104.     By Del. Rodighiero, Reynolds, Stephens and Eldridge - Providing benefits for those who have served in the military service (FN) - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2105.     By Del. Hutchins - Relating to prohibiting legislators from enrolling in the state retirement system - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2106.     By Del. Ireland, Hamilton, Romine and Miller, C. - Making English the official language of West Virginia - To Judiciary


2108.     By Del. Sumner, Duke, Sobonya and Schoen - Prohibiting the naming of a publicly funded building, road, structure or project for a living elected public official - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2110.     By Del. Miller, J., Iaquinta and Ireland - Creating a special registration plate for the American Veteran's Organization (AMVETS) - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2111.     By Del. Rodighiero, Eldridge and Reynolds - Expanding the West Virginia Children's Health Insurance Program to children of certain state employees - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


2113.     By Del. Rodighiero and Eldridge - Providing overtime pay for all employees who are required to work holidays regardless if the holiday hours are in excess of a forty hour workweek (FN) - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


2115.     By Del. Ellem - Relating to conditions of bond for defendants in cases of crimes between family or household members - To Judiciary


2117.     By Del. Martin - Reallocating the proceeds from limited video lottery by increasing the percentages payable to counties, municipalities and retailers (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2118.     By Del. Caputo - Requiring the State Board of Education to promulgate rule implementing a tornado safety awareness plan in public schools - To Education


2119.     By Del. Spencer - Changing the compulsory school attendance for children in the state from sixteen to eighteen years of age - To Education then Judiciary


2120.     By Del. Hamilton - Prohibiting charitable organizations from soliciting contributions on public highways - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2121.     By Del. Caputo - Making armed assault or conspiracy to commit armed assault upon school property or school personnel or students a felony (FN) - To Education then Judiciary


2122.     By Del. Schadler - Allowing municipalities to regulate the hours of operation of private liquor clubs by ordinance - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2124.     By Del. Iaquinta - Providing a criminal penalty for transmitting bulk electronic mail messages which are unsolicited - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2125.     By Del. Caputo - Providing that personnel carriers used to transport miners must be maintained at the working section - To Judiciary


2126.     By Del. Fragale, Iaquinta, Eldridge and Miley - Requiring that the State School Board ensure that no class size for grades seven through twelve be greater than twenty-five students to every one teacher (FN) - To Education then Finance


2128.     By Del. Azinger - Relating to minimum grab bar standards for hotel and motel rooms that are specifically designated or intended for use by handicapped or disabled guests - To Judiciary


2129.     By Del. Martin, Argento and Rowan - Requiring bids under state contract to disclose the location of work to be performed or risk state termination of the contract - To Government Organization


2130.     By Del. Blair - Prohibiting law-enforcement officers from asking crime victims if they have insurance coverage to cover losses occasioned by criminal activity - To Judiciary


2131.     By Del. Blair - Providing West Virginia students with a partial PROMISE scholarship for schooling outside this state for the reason that no in-state institution offers a course for a major or a degree in the student's desired field - To Education then Finance


2132.     By Del. Blair - Relating to allowing bus operators for county school systems to carry-over years of experience operating buses for purposes of determining seniority - To Education then Finance


2134.     By Del. Iaquinta - Requiring the use of helmets by skateboarders - To Judiciary


2135.     By Del. Blair - Providing for reexamination of drivers holding valid drivers licenses who are observed by police officers violating traffic laws or who appear to have caused accidents as the result of negligence or inadequate driving skill - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2136.     By Del. Michael - Providing limited immunity from civil damages for persons who volunteer their services to public health departments - To Judiciary


2137.     By Del. Talbott - Prohibiting out-of-state persons or business entities from soliciting business by written advertisement in this state under certain circumstances - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2138.     By Del. Ennis and Perry - Creating an affirmative defense for certain civil and criminal actions arising from the sale of certain alcoholic drinks and nonintoxicating beer by licensed private clubs to persons under the age of twenty-one - To Judiciary


2139.     By Del. Blair, Duke, Overington and Doyle - Establishing a volunteer litter reporting program (FN) - To Natural Resources then Judiciary


2140.     By Del. Shaver, Varner, Swartzmiller and Beach - Excluding disability income received from a veteran for service related injuries from any calculation used to determine spousal support - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary


2141.     By Del. Romine, Ellem and Schadler - Relating to the issuance of driver's licenses and disposition - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2143.     By Del. Shaver and Williams - Dedicating a portion of the receipts from the tax on food products to be distributed equally to each district of the Division of Highways (FN) - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2145.     By Del. Rodighiero, Eldridge and Reynolds - Increasing penalties for the illegal killing, taking, or possessing of certain wildlife - To Natural Resources then Judiciary


2146.     By Del. Azinger - Requiring abortion facilities to have certain written policies and procedures - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2147.     By Del. Duke, Miller, J., Romine, Ireland and Blair - Reforming the school aid formula by reducing the regular levy deducted from county boards of education (FN) - To Education then Finance


2149.     By Del. Williams - Requiring the DMV to notify the state police when a registered sex offender purchases, trades or registers a motor vehicle - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2150.     By Del. Iaquinta - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Division of Veterans' Affairs - To Finance


2234.     By Del. Shaver and Duke - Relating to increasing the maximum cash award the Employee Suggestion Award Board may make for an individual award - To Government Organization then Finance - [Interim Bill]


2235.     By Del. Azinger - Income tax exemption for veterans who locate in West Virginia following separation from service (FN) - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance


2236.     By Del. Caputo - Making the use of permanent replacements for striking workers an unfair labor practice in certain instances - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2237.     By Del. Border - Establishing the crime of partial birth infanticide - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2238.     By Del. Brown, Hatfield, Guthrie and Fleischauer - Providing rape victims with reliable emergency information regarding pregnancy and abortion, and providing those victims with emergency contraception if they desire - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2239.     By Del. Perry - Exempting nonprofit organizations from paying an annual motor vehicle registration fee (FN) - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2240.     By Del. Eldridge, Marshall, Caputo and Perdue - Prohibiting the use of a person's credit history in insurance transactions - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


2242.     By Del. Morgan and Craig - Creating sales and use tax exemptions for purchases of design and engineering services and materials and equipment directly used in construction of new or replacement amusement rides (FN) - To Finance


2243.     By Del. Boggs and Campbell - Creating the joint commission on technology and advanced communications - To Government Organization then Finance


2245.     By Del. Iaquinta, Miley, Campbell and Evans - Relating to the denial of course credits for unexcused absences in school - To Education


2246.     By Del. Craig and Morgan - Providing a cost-of-living provision for certain persons retired under the teachers retirement system (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2247.     By Del. Caputo and Martin - Providing an employee the right to decline to work more than forty hours in a workweek - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2248.     By Del. Caputo and Argento - Requiring employers to pay nurses at their regular rate of pay for all the time they are on-call on the employer's premises - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2249.     By Del. Perry, Williams and Cann - Allowing comparable credit at trade or vocational schools approved by the State Board to count towards service personnel pay rates - To Education then Finance


2250.     By Del. Doyle and Overington - Salary increases for public employees based upon residential housing costs (FN) - To Finance


2251.     By Del. Caputo and Martin - Providing meetings and conference rights for members of municipal fire departments - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2252.     By Del. Spencer - Providing a tax credit to landlords who rent to parolees (FN) - To Finance


2254.     By Del. Walters - Requiring notice of an abortion to be provided to the father of the unborn child - To Judiciary


2255.     By Del. Walters - Relating to the "Mandated Benefits Review Act" - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization


2256.     By Del. Walters - Exempting undergraduate students attending state colleges or universities for the first two years postgraduation, from the payment of state income tax (FN) - To Education then Finance


2257.     By Del. Walters - Prohibiting family planning centers that receive state funding from discussing abortion - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2258.     By Del. Paxton - Providing full daily rate of pay for substitute teachers if they have in excess of ten instructional days in the same school year - To Education then Finance


2259.     By Del. Craig - Relating to the creation and implementation of drug-free workplaces in coal mines - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2260.     By Del. Spencer - Authorizing governing bodies of municipalities and county commissions to transfer early in-person voting ballots to precincts in the manner absentee ballots are delivered - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2261.     By Del. Caputo - Exempting Division of Natural Resources conservation officers' retirement pensions form state income tax (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2262.     By Del. Shook - Making it a misdemeanor to file a frivolous lawsuit - To Judiciary


2263.     By Del. Carmichael - Requiring medical practitioners who perform abortions to estimate the gestational age of the fetus by using ultrasound - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2264.     By Del. Caputo - Requiring the Office of Miners Health and Safety to employ qualified diesel inspectors - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Government Organization


2266.     By Del. Spencer - Creating a registry of convictions for operating a clandestine drug laboratory (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2267.     By Del. Doyle - Providing that a county commission may establish a program for transfer of development rights without the requirement for an election - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2269.     By Del. Campbell - Relating to approval of a student for homebound services and their rights (FN) - To Education then Finance


2270.     By Del. Miley - Increasing certain penalties for persons convicted of domestic battery and domestic assault - To Judiciary


2271.     By Del. Paxton - Relating to itinerant status for school service personnel - To Education


2273.     By Del. Hutchins - Relating to suspension of drivers license for certain offenses if committed by college students - To Roads and Transportation then Education


2274.     By Del. Shook - Relating to the distribution of the State Treasurer's "Road Fund" (FN) - To Finance


2276.     By Del. Azinger - Income tax deduction for gifts to West Virginia charities (FN) - To Finance


2277.     By Del. Caputo - Providing for the use of neck braces by football players - To Education then Finance


2278.     By Del. Azinger - Requiring that abortions be performed in hospitals or by physicians with admitting privileges to a hospital within the local service area - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2279.     By Del. Barker - Providing that identity theft is a felony if a person commits the crime with the intent to commit any other crime - To Judiciary


2281.     By Del. Carmichael - Relating to a tax exemption on certain sales of clothing (FN) - To Finance


2282.     By Del. Caputo - Prohibiting the use of a credit score in casualty insurance rate filings - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


2284.     By Del. Perry - Prohibiting individual county board of education members from acting on behalf of the board in an individual capacity unless authorized by law - To Education then Judiciary


2285.     By Del. Caputo - Requiring that permanent and temporary battery charging stations in mines be ventilated directly to the return on a separate split of air - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2286.     By Del. Caputo - Allowing for an adjusted gross income of a taxpayer for contributions to the maintenance and improvement of state, county and municipal parks (FN) - To Natural Resources then Finance


2287.     By Del. Caputo - Crediting a deceased teacher's sick leave toward continued insurance coverage for a surviving spouse and other dependents - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2289.     By Del. Caputo - Changing the amount a person can earn while receiving unemployment benefits (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2290.     By Del. Talbott - Relating to a no telephone solicitation contact (Do Not Call) list - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2291.     By Del. Azinger - Imposing an excise tax on the sale or rental of obscene materials (FN) - To Finance


2292.     By Del. Argento - Relating to requiring lien holders to notify the sheriff's office via written instrument and to record a release in the county clerk's office within sixty days after the lien has been satisfied - To Judiciary


2294.     By Del. Border - Eliminating fees charged by the Criminal Identification Bureau to the State Police for providing certain information to volunteer fire departments (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


2295.     By Del. Caputo - Requiring a certified person to examine underground mines after cutting and welding has been performed - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2296.     By Del. Doyle - Empowering certain county and municipalities to deny a development activity if adequate public facilities, assets and services are not available to support the activity - To Political Subdivisions then Finance


2297.     By Del. Doyle - Establishing a secure residential school for juvenile status offenders (FN) - To Education then Finance


2298.     By Del. Michael - Allowing mental hygiene commissioners to carry concealed weapons - To Judiciary


2299.     By Del. Doyle - Limiting the purchase of handguns to one gun per month - To Judiciary


2300.     By Del. Schoen - Excluding certain employment-related expenses from the definition of gross income for purposes of determining child support - To Judiciary


2301.     By Del. Doyle - Prohibiting the demolition of a historic structure prior to a review of and the issuance of a permit by the Commissioner of the Division of Culture and History - To Government Organization


2302.     By Del. Romine and Schoen - Prohibiting the performance of any abortion when the woman seeking it is doing so solely on account of the gender of the fetus - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2303.     By Del. Schoen - Allowing pharmacists and other individuals involved in dispensing medicines to refuse to fill prescriptions or dispense any substance that can be used as part of an abortion-related procedure - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2304.     By Del. Perdue and Mahan - Exempting from personal property taxation, the equipment, inventory and raw materials of crafts people who have had their work evaluated and accepted or juried and accepted by the West Virginia arts and crafts guild (FN) - To Finance


2307.     By Del. Morgan - Relating to acquisition of a municipal business license - To Government Organization then Finance


2308.     By Del. Morgan, Martin, Hartman, Hutchins, Michael, Poling, D., Swartzmiller, Canterbury, Cowles and Schoen - Relating to the West Virginia Partnership to Promote Community Well-Being - To Government Organization then Finance - [Interim Bill]


2310.     By Del. Wooton - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Education and the Arts - Division of Culture and History - To Finance


2311.     By Del. Walters - Allowing certain county boards of education to operate their schools on a four-day school week - To Education


2313.     By Del. Ellem - Requiring that every woman seeking an abortion be given the opportunity to see an ultrasound image of the fetus - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2314.     By Del. Doyle, Fleischauer, Klempa and Marshall - Relating to a severance tax imposed on surface mining activities (FN) - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


2317.     By Del. Sumner and Duke - Requiring racetracks who are licensed to operate video lottery terminals pay a fee of one thousand dollars for each machine and that the revenue from these fees are to be transferred to the benefit fund of the Teachers Retirement System (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2318.     By Del. Sobonya and Klempa - Exempting motorcycles from the requirement of annual registration - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2319.     By Del. Armstead, Anderson and Craig - Creating a Sentencing Commission - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2320.     By Del. Fragale and Marshall - Providing for a modification to federal adjusted gross income for expenses incurred by organ donors (FN) - To Finance


2321.     By Del. Caputo, Longstreth and Manchin - Extending the alternative-fuel motor vehicle tax credit for ten years and making the credit retroactive from the expiration date of the initial credit (FN) - To Finance


2322.     By Del. Williams, Hartman and Shaver - Authorizing a corporation net income tax credit for reducing charges for home heating fuel and propane gas provided to low-income residents (FN) - To Finance


2323.     By Del. Border - Granting public employees credit toward their West Virginia public employee retirement benefits for service in the Peace Corps - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2326.     By Del. Spencer and Carmichael - Allowing county school boards to establish a four-day school week and collect fees for use of school buildings on the fifth day - To Education


2328.     By Del. Beach, Shaver, Fleischauer, Longstreth, Manchin, Caputo and Williams - Increasing the Public Service Commission appointees and requiring that there be one appointee from each congressional district and two at-large appointments - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2329.     By Del. Miller, C. - Requiring all high schools include in their health classes a course in fetal development - To Education then Judiciary


2331.     By Del. Michael - Allowing teachers who graduated from colleges and universities that are not accredited by associations recognized in West Virginia, to obtain a teaching certificate based on their certification in another state - To Education


2332.     By Del. Rodighiero - Providing state health care services for all active and inactive duty military personnel (FN) - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance


2333.     By Del. Duke and Overington - Including ambulance and fire fees as part of the property tax assessment so that the fees and property taxes may be paid with the same check - To Political Subdivisions then Finance


2338.     By Del. Argento, Martin, Perry, Caputo, Eldridge, Hamilton, Varner, Kominar and Campbell - Eliminating the six month waiting period for those in the Teachers Retirement System to receive disability retirement benefits (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2340.     By Del. Doyle and Campbell - Approving fee waivers for certain students and faculty and staff at institutions of higher education and providing that nonresident faculty and staff may get the exemption only up to the amount of in-state tuition - To Education then Finance


2342.     By Del. Hamilton - Allowing for juveniles to be tried as adults for instances of child abuse resulting in bodily injury and child abuse which results in death - To Judiciary


2343.     By Del. Michael, Hartman, Crosier, Argento, Williams and Poling, D. - Captive Cervid Farming Act - To Natural Resources then Judiciary


2345.     By Del. Beach - Exempting from state and personal income tax the benefits a retired teacher receives from the State Teachers Retirement System under certain circumstances (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2348.     By Del. Caputo, Longstreth, Fragale, Iaquinta, Miley, Manchin and Cann - Requiring mandatory community service upon conviction of a misdemeanor offense of driving under the influence and creating a central registry - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2349.     By Del. Paxton - Providing for continuing contract status for teachers and establishing dismissal and suspension procedures - To Education


2350.     By Del. Blair, Duke and Overington - Providing that the transfer of development rights are renewable - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2351.     By Del. Blair - Prohibiting the placement of automated teller machines (ATM) in establishments that contain video lottery terminals (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2352.     By Del. Wells - Providing nonsupervisory employees of the West Virginia State Board of Education with the same protections against summary dismissal as are applicable to employees of county boards of education - To Education then Judiciary

2354.     By Del. Walters, Iaquinta, Crosier and Azinger - Creating the Traumatic Brain Injury Services Commission (FN) - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance


2356.     By Del. Blair and Miller, J. - Exempting acts resulting in the taking or damaging of private property for public use from the immunity granted to a political subdivision - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2357.     By Del. Miley - Providing for a Public Service Commission investigation for traffic accidents involving a motor carrier regulated by the Public Service Commission - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2358.     By Del. Miley, Fragale and Iaquinta - Including a tax checkoff option for Jackson's Mill 4-H Camp (FN) - To Agriculture then Finance


2361.     By Del. Manchin and Walters - Requiring lobbyists and lawyers providing lobbying services to pay service tax - To Finance


2362.     By Del. Perry, Williams, Shaver and Hamilton - Creating multi-year hunting, fishing and trapping licenses (FN) - To Natural Resources then Finance


2363.     By Del. Armstead and Carmichael - Jobs Impact Statement Act - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Government Organization


2364.     By Del. Manchin, Longstreth and Caputo - Providing standards for hospitals' charity care programs and bad debt collection programs - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


2365.     By Del. Beach, Fleischauer and Marshall - Requiring the Public Service Commission to allow Class I cities to enter into one or more agreements with contract carriers by motor vehicle - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2366.     By Del. Miley, Fragale and Iaquinta - Relating to fleeing form a law-enforcement officer - To Judiciary


2367.     By Del. Spencer - Raising the state salary level to at least one hundred twenty-five percent above the Federal Poverty Guidelines (FN) - To Finance


2368.     By Del. Caputo and Perdue - Making the senior citizens discount on campground rental fees at state parks available year-round (FN) - To Senior Citizen Issues then Finance


2369.     By Del. Iaquinta and Caputo - Increasing the amount of mine subsidence insurance reinsured by the board of risk management - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


2370.     By Del. Caputo and Paxton - Providing for increased compensation for aides and paraprofessionals with large numbers of pupils in kindergarten and grades one through six (FN) - To Education then Finance


2372.     By Del. Doyle - Authorizing county commissions to use impact fees to fund the building and operation of libraries and to administer and provide affordable housing for individuals or families of low or moderate income - To Political Subdivisions then Finance


2374.     By Del. Brown and Hatfield - Requiring any faith-based facility that counsels women regarding contraception, abortion or pregnancy to maintain a quality assurance program - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2375.     By Del. Doyle - Removing the exemption from planning and zoning restrictions for mining and manufacturing activities and uses (FN) - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


2377.     By Del. Hatfield and Perdue - Providing for the adequate staffing of nursing homes and training of nursing home staff (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


2378.     By Del. Hatfield, Caputo, Walters, Martin, Argento and Perdue - Relating to the removal of the exemption for government employees performing electrical work on government property from having to possess an electrician's license - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Government Organization


2379.     By Del. Doyle and Overington - Salary increases for school service employees based upon residential housing costs - To Education then Finance


2381.     By Del. Marshall - Relating to the employment and compensation of school service personnel (FN) - To Education then Finance


2382.     By Del. Caputo - Salary increase for sanitarian employees of the division of health (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


2383.     By Del. Fragale and Iaquinta - Prohibiting any person convicted of any felony from voting in an election of state and local officials - To Judiciary


2384.     By Del. Caputo, Fragale and Longstreth - Allowing the State Superintendent of Schools to designate certain geographical areas as a "School Choice Zone" - To Education then Finance


2385.     By Del. Marshall, Hatfield, Moore, Longstreth, Perry, Wells and Spencer - Relating to the Public Employees Retirement System and the Teachers Retirement System; and providing a one-time supplement for annuitants and survivor beneficiaries after being retired five consecutive years (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2386.     By Del. Schoen and Caputo - Relating to the definition of gross income for purposes of determining child support - To Judiciary

2389.     By Del. Blair - Requiring that motor vehicle insurance certificate may be issued only for the time period for which the insured pays for coverage - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


2390.     By Del. Michael - Allowing the purchase of service credit in the State Teachers Retirement System for temporary employment under the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2391.     By Del. Michael - Providing a loan forgiveness program for nurses (FN) - To Finance


2392.     By Del. Paxton and Caputo - Setting standards for assignment of high school athletic directors - To Education then Finance


2393.     By Del. Paxton - Providing for mandatory sentences for any person who shoots a police officer on duty (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2394.     By Del. Border - Authorizing the issuance of special license plates for pharmacists - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2395.     By Del. Walters - Subtracting social security benefits from federal adjusted gross income (FN) - To Finance


2397.     By Del. Paxton - Providing a salary supplement for providers of medicaid eligible services in the public schools - To Education then Finance


2398.     By Del. Michael - Providing that certain mental hygiene commissioners are eligible for membership in the Public Employees Retirement System (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2399.     By Del. Carmichael - Providing for tuition and fee waiver for certain child survivors of domestic violence deaths (FN) - To Education then Finance


2410.     By Del. Perry, Shaver, Moore, Klempa, Smith, Lawrence, Ennis, Pethtel and Stowers - Providing a one-time bonus payable in July of every year for retired public school teachers and state retirees (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2414.     By Del. Moye, Rodighiero, Poling, M., Barker, Staggers, Stephens and Ennis - Exempting disabled veterans from campground rental fees during certain times (FN) - To Natural Resources then Finance


2424.     By Del. Overington, Miller, J., Blair, Lane and Andes - Repealing the Code of West Virginia and adopting in lieu thereof the Code of the Commonwealth of Virginia - To Judiciary


2425.     By Del. Hatfield, Perdue and Caputo - Requiring employers to provide health insurance to employees working on public improvement projects (FN) - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


2426.     By Del. Williams and Argento - Reducing state income tax for state correctional officer retirees (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2427.     By Del. Caputo, Talbott and Hatfield - Requiring contractors awarded state public works construction projects to meet time restrictions for the completion of a public works construction project - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Government Organization


2428.     By Del. Campbell, Beach, Fleischauer, Hamilton, Perry, Varner and Canterbury - Permitting magistrates to carry concealed handguns without a permit - To Judiciary


2430.     By Del. Doyle - Providing workers' compensation coverage for certain employees who perform duties attendant to racing activities - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2431.     By Del. Hatfield, Guthrie, Marshall, Brown, Doyle and Fleischauer - Emergency Contraception Education Act - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2432.     By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Stephens, Reynolds, Moore, Miller, C., Morgan and Rowan - Exempting certain recipients of military medals of valor from special registration plate fees (FN) - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2433.     By Del. Caputo, Fleischauer, Manchin, Marshall, Martin, Perdue, Spencer and Hutchins - Increasing the amount of annual and incremental salary increases for eligible state employees (FN) - To Finance


2434.     By Del. Ennis, Swartzmiller, Shaver, Varner and Cann - Relating to treatment of income derived from federal military or federal police pensions that have been converted to federal civil service system pensions (FN) - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance


2436.     By Del. Longstreth, Fragale, Iaquinta and Martin - Relating to the definition of "eligible veteran" for certain state training and employment preference benefits - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary


2437.     By Del. Sumner, Duke, Shaver and Romine - Relating to the use of personal leave days by a surviving spouse of a deceased employee of a school board (FN) - To Education then Finance


2438.     By Del. Caputo, Klempa, Morgan and Staggers - Establishing the West Virginia Convention and Visitors Bureau Accreditation Board and requiring accreditation standards for convention and visitors bureaus (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


2440.     By Del. Hamilton - Relating to the insertion of language which defines acts of violence and makes its false reporting a felony - To Judiciary


2442.     By Del. Talbott, Caputo and Guthrie - Agreement among the states to elect the president by national popular vote - To Judiciary


2447.     By Del. Doyle, Brown, Williams and Wells - Establishing county and municipal authorities to provide for and maintain facilities to house Child Advocacy Centers - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary then Finance


2449.     By Del. Schoen, Sobonya, Sumner, Overington and Miller, J. - Verifying the lawful presence within the United States of any applicant for certain public benefits - To Judiciary then Finance


2452.     By Del. Eldridge, Reynolds, Varner, Rodighiero, Stephens, Fragale, Argento and Moore - Providing that a child born addicted to a controlled substance constitutes child abuse - To Judiciary


2453.     By Del. Miller, J. and Cowles - Providing a tax credit for scholarship donations (FN) - To Education then Finance


2454.     By Del. Doyle, Brown, Fleischauer, Hutchins, Klempa, Marshall, Michael and Moore - Prohibiting discrimination based upon age and sexual orientation - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2455.     By Del. Boggs, Lane, Sobonya, Ellem and Schoen - Relating to parental notification requirements for obtaining abortions by unemancipated minors - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2456.     By Del. Mahan, Fleischauer, Fragale, Spencer, Ashley and Rowan - Relating to child abuse and neglect - To Judiciary


2459.     By Del. Eldridge and Rodighiero - Increasing the tax on purchases of intoxicating liquors outside corporate limits (FN) - To Political Subdivisions then Finance


2461.     By Del. Martin, Argento, Caputo, Eldridge, Morgan, Talbott and Walters - Creating a State Trail Authority within the West Virginia Development Office (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


2462.     By Del. Martin and Schoen - Authorizing county commissions to adopt and enforce noise abatement ordinances - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2463.     By Del. Ellem and Schadler - Providing that adultery shall be a bar to alimony in a divorce proceeding - To Judiciary


2466.     By Del. Ellem, Poling, D., Azinger, Border and Anderson - Adding one magistrate to Wood County (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2467.     By Del. Sumner, Porter and Canterbury - Providing for special registration plates bearing the logo, insignia, letters or words demonstrating support for Mountain State University - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2468.     By Del. Iaquinta, Brown, Hartman, Crosier, Ireland, Miley, Talbott, Longstreth and Azinger - Allowing a disabled veteran one additional license plate - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2471.     By Del. Caputo, Argento, Azinger, Talbott, White, Poling, D. and Williams - Increasing compensation for conservation officers (FN) - To Natural Resources then Finance


2472.     By Del. Caputo, Duke, Martin, Swartzmiller, Argento and Boggs - Establishing a West Virginia State Trooper's Association leave donation program - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2475.     By Del. Eldridge, Iaquinta, Argento, Rodighiero, Perdue, Perry, Paxton and Shaver - Permitting retired state employees to transfer from Medicare to coverage through the West Virginia Public Employees Act (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2476.     By Del. Miller, C., Ashley, Porter, Sumner, Carmichael and Sobonya - Reducing the corporate net income tax rate to five point nine percent effective the first day of July, two thousand nine (FN) - To Finance


2477.     By Del. Shook and Varner - West Virginia Religious Freedom Act - To Judiciary


2479.     By Del. Michael - Relating to the licensing of private investigators and security guards (FN) - To Judiciary


2480.     By Del. Iaquinta, Longstreth, Caputo, Ennis, Fragale, Ireland and Swartzmiller - Exempting all military income from personal income taxes (FN) - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance


2481.     By Del. Doyle, Campbell, Duke and Manchin - Giving state institutions of higher education more flexibility in the planning and operation of their schools - To Education then Finance


2483.     By Del. Sobonya, Hamilton, Schadler, Miller, C., Overington, Evans and Canterbury - Exempting the first twenty thousand dollars of state pensions and social security benefits from West Virginia personal income tax (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2484.     By Del. Doyle - Permitting the sale of nonintoxicating beer within three hundred feet from a church that consents to the sale - To Judiciary


2485.     By Del. Border and Perdue - Allowing pharmacy interns to vend pseudoephedrine and other chemical precursors of methamphetamine - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2488.     By Del. Shaver and Williams - Relating to registration and operation of mini trucks - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2489.     By Del. Caputo and Mahan - Requiring mine operators to provide notice of hazardous chemical substances and lead exposure to its employees - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2492.     By Del. Talbott - Providing that accident report forms are conclusive as to the issue of the accident's cause, unless a court rules otherwise - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2493.     By Del. Blair and Sumner - Requiring a physician to receive written consent from at least one parent or legal guardian before an abortion is performed on an unemancipated minor - To Judiciary


2494.     By Del. Caputo and Longstreth - Giving local authorities the authority to decrease the speed limit on streets and highways where school buses travel in its jurisdiction - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2495.     By Del. Caputo - Establishing the consumer's right to know regarding telemarketers and requiring certain vendors to use only persons authorized to work in the United States - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2496.     By Del. Iaquinta and Talbott - Establishing threshold quantities of certain controlled substances to trigger prima facie evidence of intent to deliver if possessed by an individual - To Judiciary


2497.     By Del. Caputo - Extending unemployment compensation benefits when special circumstances exist - To Government Organization then Finance


2498.     By Del. Doyle - Providing that actions in which the state is a party be brought in the county which is affected or related to the controversy - To Judiciary


2499.     By Del. Iaquinta, Martin, Fragale, Barker and Miley - Requiring the Department of Environmental Protection to remediate any waste tire pile in the state consisting of more than twenty-five tires (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2500.     By Del. Caputo, Martin, Perry, Paxton and Sumner - Establishing school service personnel class title and pay grade for the positions of "Administrative Assistant" and "Legal Secretary" (FN) - To Education then Finance


2501.     By Del. Caputo and Martin - West Virginia Public Employment Relations Act - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2502.     By Del. Perry, Shaver, Beach, Moore, Klempa, Williams, Evans, Martin and Ennis - Creating and issuing special registration plates bearing the inscription "In God We Trust" - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2503.     By Del. Carmichael - Requiring licensed tattoo artist to inform patrons, prior to performing the tattoo procedure, of the potential problems that a tattoo may cause in relation to the reading of magnetic resonance imaging - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2507.     By Del. Carmichael - Relating to the discharging of firearms within a certain distance of a dwelling house - To Natural Resources then Judiciary


2508.     By Del. Carmichael - Permitting county board of education the power to employ the most qualified person to be athletic and other extracurricular coaches - To Education


2509.     By Del. Michael - Relating to proof of financial responsibility in motor vehicle insurance - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


2510.     By Del. Rowan - Allowing guidance counselors to compete equally for all guidance counselor positions - To Education


2511.     By Del. Border - Relating to the valuation of managed timberland (FN) - To Natural Resources then Finance


2512.     By Del. Miley - Relating to assessed property valuations (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2513.     By Del. Walters - Pay incentives for teachers who teach in their core field degree (FN) - To Education then Finance


2514.     By Del. Walters - Verifiable Science Act - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2515.     By Del. Walters - Consolidating purchasing by county boards of education (FN) - To Education then Finance


2516.     By Del. Blair - Prohibiting a business or organization from performing abortions in a public facility - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2517.     By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Sobonya, Miller, C., Reynolds and Craig - Relating to immunity from civil liability for operators of parks and recreation districts - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

2518.     By Del. Rodighiero and Eldridge - Expanding West Virginia Children's Health Insurance Program to children of employees whose annual income is twenty-five thousand dollars or less (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


2519.     By Del. Ennis, Pethtel, Evans, Klempa, Caputo and Carmichael - Allowing fireworks displays on public school property upon approval of the State Superintendent of Schools and the State Fire Marshal - To Education


2520.     By Del. Miller, J. - Reporting requirements when it is suspected that a women suffered injury or death due to induced abortion - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2521.     By Del. Williams, Shaver, Perry, Michael, Hartman and Sumner - Reducing the wholesale tax on heating fuel, off road fuels, kerosene and propane used for home heating purposes or off road use (FN) - To Agriculture then Finance


2523.     By Del. Caputo - Increasing compensation of membership of the West Virginia State Police (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


2524.     By Del. Campbell, Crosier, Canterbury, Miller, J., Beach and Moye - West Virginia Religious Freedom Restoration Act - To Judiciary


2526.     By Del. Campbell - Allowing persons involved in motor vehicle accidents to receive pertinent information at no charge in order to file a timely insurance claim - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2537.     By Del. Barker, Butcher, Martin, Eldridge and Stowers - Preventing insurers from increasing the rates for auto liability or homeowners insurance for persons over the age of sixty-five based solely on their age - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


2540.     By Del. White, Kominar, Eldridge, Caputo, Guthrie and Phillips - Dedicating a portion of revenue generated from certain severance taxes for the benefit of counties from which the revenue was generated (FN) - To Finance


2542.     By Del. Marshall, Fleischauer, Beach, Caputo and Shook - "Jason Flatt Act of 2009" (FN) - To Education then Finance


2543.     By Del. Schoen and Blair - Prohibiting abortions at state college or university medical facilities, except when the abortion is necessary to save the life of the woman receiving the abortion - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2544.     By Del. Sumner - Relating to factors to be considered in granting grandparent visitation - To Judiciary


2545.     By Del. Sobonya, Reynolds, Miller, C. and Morgan - Providing arresting agency shall pay cost for the initial twenty-four hours of incarceration - To Judiciary then Finance


2546.     By Del. Sobonya, Longstreth, Sumner, Rowan, Miller, C. and Reynolds - Requiring person incarcerated for sex offenses to register as such at the time they are incarcerated - To Judiciary


2548.     By Del. Campbell - Relating to telephone solicitation of consumers - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2549.     By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Moore and Miller, C. - Relating to the "Telephone Record Confidentiality Act" - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2550.     By Del. Doyle and Campbell - Extending the provisions of the Higher Education Flexibility Act - To Education


2551.     By Del. Armstead, Schadler and Miller, C. - Instituting a "Celebrate Freedom Week" and requiring the instruction in the study of the Declaration of Independence and other American historical documents - To Education


2552.     By Del. Miley, Guthrie, Brown and Fleischauer - Revising Insurance Commissioner reporting requirements to the Legislature on workers' compensation insurance rules - To Judiciary


2554.     By Del. Armstead, Sobonya, Carmichael, Schoen, Ireland, Andes, Sumner and Miller, C. - Abolishing the business and franchise tax (FN) - To Finance


2556.     By Del. Armstead, Carmichael, Sobonya, Miller, C., Blair, Sumner, Border and Ellem - Prohibiting lottery form using minors in advertising during school hours - To Judiciary


2558.     By Del. Morgan - Exempting from taxation certain property owned by a nonprofit organization (FN) - To Education then Finance


2559.     By Del. Armstead and Schoen - Directing the State Board of Education to determine what principal and teacher reports are unnecessary - To Education


2560.     By Del. Caputo and Stephens - Increasing benefits of retired state personnel and retired teachers (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


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 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2562.     By Del. Sobonya, Rowan and Miller, C. - Creating the felony offense of unlawful possession of cocaine - To Judiciary


2563.     By Del. Caputo, Longstreth, Barker, Eldridge, Fragale, Iaquinta and Miley - Allowing state employees to take paid leave to attend parent-teacher conference for their children - To Government Organization then Finance


2568.     By Del. Poling, M. and Eldridge - Requiring background checks on applicants for residence in nursing homes and assisted living residences - To Senior Citizen Issues then Judiciary


2571.     By Del. Guthrie - Relating to privatization contracts - 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 and Blair - Providing a corporate tax credit for qualified health insurance policies (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


2577.     By Del. Duke 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 and Doyle - 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 and Miller, C. - 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


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


2589.     By Del. Iaquinta, Hartman, Talbott and Perry - 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


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


2596.     By Del. Duke, Blair, Overington, Evans and Rowan - 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


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

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, 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


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


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


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, 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


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


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


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, 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, 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 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


2655.     By Del. Rodighiero and Reynolds - Providing crime watch members coverage under the West Virginia Public Employees Insurance health coverage plan (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


2656.     By Del. Shook - Relating to appraisement of estates of deceased persons - To Judiciary


2657.     By Del. Shaver, Mahan, Varner, Pethtel, Argento, Perry, Martin, Williams and Talbott - Requiring write-in candidates for public office to pay a filing fee (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2658.     By Del. Boggs, Butcher, Manypenny, Martin, Poling, D., Rowan, Skaff and Swartzmiller - Requiring state offices, agencies, boards and commissions to submit annual reports electronically - To Government Organization


2661.     By Del. Pethtel, Williams, Ennis, Perry, Kominar, Evans, Azinger, Stephens and Varner - Including roads that serve more than one family in the state road system - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2663.     By Del. Shook - Expanding the power of municipal parking authority officers - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2664.     By Del. Shook - Reducing recidivism of offenders convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol - To Judiciary


2665.     By Del. Eldridge - Authorizing mixed martial arts competitions - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2666.     By Del. Eldridge - Changing some processes and orders when determining child custody disputes - To Judiciary


2667.     By Del. Butcher, Eldridge, Stowers and Barker - Permitting motor vehicle dealers to sell certain motor vehicles on an "as is" basis without a warranty - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2668.     By Del. Butcher, Eldridge, Stowers, Barker, Argento and Moore - Establishing a lottery scratch-off game for the benefit of West Virginia firefighters - To Judiciary then Finance


2669.     By Del. Butcher, Barker, Stowers, Walker, Eldridge, Rodighiero, Louisos, Argento and Moore - Providing an exemption from gross income for certain members of volunteer fire departments (FN) - To Finance


2670.     By Del. Rodighiero, Eldridge, Reynolds, Stephens, Wells, Guthrie and Hatfield - Giving all school personnel, including teachers and service personnel and retired teachers a raise (FN) - To Education then Finance


2671.     By Del. Hamilton, Argento, Canterbury, Azinger and Evans - Establishing criminal penalties of not less than two years nor more than ten years for the manufacture, delivery or possession of methamphetamine precursors (FN) - To Judiciary


2672.     By Del. Hamilton and Canterbury - Expanding the powers of the magistrate to prosecute for worthless checks beyond the strict limitations of NSF - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


2675.     By Del. Sobonya, Rowan and Reynolds - Sexually Oriented Businesses Regulation Act - To Judiciary


2676.     By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Rowan, Miller, C., Lane and Miller, J. - Prohibiting elected or appointed officials from using public funds to purchase, distribute or disseminate certain items and publications - To Judiciary


2677.     By Del. Doyle - Increasing the number of magistrates in Jefferson County by one (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2679.     By Del. Carmichael, Walters and Schoen - Providing a tax credit to medical providers in an amount equal to their investment in electronic medical record technology (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


2680.     By Del. Beach and Canterbury - Relating to increasing the environmental protection advisory council membership to nine members - To Government Organization


2681.     By Del. Carmichael, Ellem, Doyle, Canterbury and Blair - Eliminating the food tax, increasing the tax on nonintoxicating beer, increasing the cigarette tax, increasing the noncigarette tobacco products tax..etc... (FN) - To Finance


2683.     By Del. Boggs, Campbell, Craig and Swartzmiller - Increasing the amount allocated from the wireless enhanced 911 fee to be deposited into the enhanced 911 wireless tower access assistance fund - To Government Organization then Finance - [Interim Bill]


2688.     By Del. Barker, Eldridge, Fleischauer, Guthrie, Mahan, Moore, Moye, Perry, Rodighiero, Shaver and Staggers - Prohibiting magistrates from imposing multiple court cost fees for the same matter - To Judiciary then Finance


2693.     By Del. Phillips, Lawrence, Hall, Ross, Givens, Frazier and Stowers - Including testing for illegal drugs in newborns (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2699.     By Del. Eldridge, Perry, Stowers, Klempa, Barker, Marshall, Martin, Beach, Argento and Hall - Establishing breeding restrictions for aggressive or vicious dogs - To Agriculture then Judiciary


2700.     By Del. Overington, Duke, Lane, Andes, Miller, J., Canterbury, Barker, Cowles, Rowan, Walters and Miley - Protecting academic freedom in higher education - To Education then Judiciary


2704.     By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Rowan and Lane - Subjecting persons convicted of sexual crimes against a minor to "GPS" monitoring for life (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2705.     By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Moore, Rowan, Miller, C., Reynolds and Duke - Including additional information on the sex offender registry - To Judiciary


2706.     By Del. Sobonya, Rowan and Miller, C. - Relating to exempting physicians from obtaining Medicaid preauthorization for certain medical conditions (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


2707.     By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Moore, Morgan and Rowan - Eliminating good time for persons convicted of sex crimes involving minor children - To Judiciary


2708.     By Del. Sobonya, Stephens, Sumner, Moore, Miller, C., Morgan, Craig, Rowan, Reynolds and Duke - Exempting certain income received by retired federal employees from the personal income tax (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2709.     By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Rowan, Miller, C., Stephens, Reynolds and Duke - Providing a cost-of-living provision for certain persons retired under the Teachers Retirement System (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2711.     By Del. Perry, Ellem, Morgan and Boggs - Providing that correctional officers may retire with full benefits after twenty years of service - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2712.     By Del. Miley and Hamilton - Relating to rule making requirements of the Department of Health and Human Services - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2714.     By Del. Sobonya, Miller, C., Ireland, Romine and Rowan - Specifying the types of topics that are to be covered in school programs on personal finance - To Education


2715.     By Del. Walters, Poling, M. and Paxton - The Economic Fairness Act of 2009 (FN) - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


2716.     By Del. Campbell and Canterbury - Clarifying the penalty provisions regarding battery on a police officer - To Judiciary


2717.     By Del. Rowan and Porter - Requiring physicians performing abortions take steps designed to save the life of any aborted live fetus - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2718.     By Del. Campbell, Paxton, Williams, Perry and Spencer - Authorizing public school teachers to purchase one personal computer and related devices per year from the state contract for use outside the classroom (FN) - To Education then Finance


2720.     By Del. Hatfield, Fleischauer, Guthrie, Brown, Spencer, Perdue, Martin and Eldridge - Genetic Information Privacy Act - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2721.     By Del. Campbell and Canterbury - Dangerous Dog Act - To Agriculture then Judiciary


2725.     By Del. Ellem, Anderson, Border, Carmichael, Miller, C., Sumner, Schoen, Andes and Azinger - Suspending the future issuing of new video lottery licenses - To Judiciary then Finance


2728.     By Del. Rowan, Sobonya, Romine and Andes - Prohibiting sex offenders from residing in certain areas and subjecting convicted sex offenders to global positional system monitoring - To Judiciary


2729.     By Del. Sobonya, Beach, Hamilton, Brown, Reynolds, Miller, C., Rodighiero, Hatfield and Rowan - Creating the West Virginia Addictions Treatment and Recovery Fund - To Finance


2730.     By Del. Williams, Canterbury, Campbell, Kominar and Michael - Authorizing a tax credit for new teachers in critical needs areas (FN) - To Education then Finance


2731.     By Del. Wooton, Frazier, Fleischauer, Miley, Kominar and Varner - Increasing the salary of family court judges - To Judiciary then Finance


2732.     By Del. Caputo, Fragale, Manchin, Longstreth, Beach, Klempa and Paxton - Requiring county boards of education to employ a certified library media specialist in each county school (FN) - To Education then Finance


2735.     By Del. Martin, Argento and Eldridge - Changing the membership of the State Conservation Committee - To Agriculture then Government Organization


2736.     By Del. Rodighiero, Butcher, Eldridge, Stowers, Shaver, Crosier, Talbott, Louisos, Reynolds and Shook - Relating to rules governing the operation of motor boats on lakes - To Natural Resources then Judiciary


2741.     By Del. Miley, Schoen, Kominar, Perry, Varner, Martin, Argento, Ferro and Wooton - Authorizing mental hygiene commissioners to sign readmission orders - To Judiciary


2746.     By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Marshall, Michael, Moore and Rodighiero - Raising the excise tax on cigarettes and all other tobacco products (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - [Interim Bill]


2751.     By Del. Schadler, Rowan, Evans, Azinger and Overington - Exempting nonprofit corporations from paying prevailing wages in certain circumstances - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2754.     By Del. Swartzmiller, Manypenny, Ennis and Shaver - Requiring witnesses of violent acts or emergency situations to report the incident to law-enforcement - To Judiciary


2755.     By Del. Klempa, Poling, D. and Swartzmiller - Authorizing the Department of Transportation to take control of an emergency scene on a highway - To Roads and Transportation then Government Organization


2756.     By Del. Longstreth and Barker - Clarifying that probation officers have the authority to arrest both probationers and persons on supervised release - To Judiciary


2761.     By Del. Miley, Wooton, Fleischauer, Longstreth and Schoen - Transferring the authority to administer the juvenile justice database - To Judiciary


2764.     By Del. Doyle, Brown, Hatfield, Marshall, Ellem, Lane, Moore, Fleischauer, Perdue, Klempa and Poling, D. - West Virginia Public Campaign Financing Act - To Judiciary then Finance


2768.     By Del. Overington, Schadler, Cowles, Miller, J., Andes, Blair, Shott, Carmichael and McGeehan - Exempting construction performed on behalf of educational authorities from prevailing wage requirements - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2769.     By Del. Klempa, Poling, D., Swartzmiller and Perry - Eliminating the requirement that the Division of Highways post signs indicating the type of surveillance equipment used to determine speed - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2772.     By Del. Rodighiero, Eldridge, Moye, Louisos, Miller, J. and Poling, D. - Increasing penalties for exposing children to methamphetamine manufacturing - To Judiciary


2773.     By Del. Lawrence, Fragale, Perdue, Sobonya, Paxton, Walker, Stowers, Moore, Eldridge, Hall and Smith - Increasing the monetary penalties for selling tobacco products to minors - To Judiciary


2774.     By Del. Louisos - Allowing any party in a bankruptcy proceeding to compel the bankruptcy trustee to disclose certain information - To Judiciary


2775.     By Del. Hunt - Exempting antique cars from taxation and fees (FN) - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2777.     By Del. Ellem, Poling, D., Moore and Schoen - Prohibiting the use of a person's credit history in insurance transactions - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


2778.     By Del. Moye, Staggers, Stephens and Perry - Preventing a reduction in the annuity of a person who retires with disability retirement at age sixty-five - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2780.     By Del. Staggers, Shaver, Argento, Moye, Perdue, Phillips, Hamilton, Beach, Caputo, Fleischauer and Rowan - Emergency Credentialing for Health Care Providers Act - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2783.     By Del. Rodighiero, Reynolds, Louisos, Butcher, Shook, Eldridge and Stowers - Creating a criminal felony offense of aggravated assault or battery of a child or a person who is mentally incapacitated - To Judiciary


2784.     By Del. Overington, Blair, Carmichael, Schadler, Andes and Miller, J. - Establishing prevailing hourly rates to be used in connection with the construction of public improvements - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2785.     By Del. Manchin, Beach, Miley and Poling, D. - Requiring that every house, dwelling or business located in an area where public water services are made available for the first time, be connected - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization


2786.     By Del. Manchin, Beach, Doyle, Fleischauer, Longstreth, Marshall, Shook and Varner - Authorizing Class I and II municipalities to regulate taxies and taxi stands - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2791.     By Del. Rodighiero, Eldridge, Butcher, Louisos, Reynolds, Shook and Stowers - Relating to any income derived from the West Virginia Teachers Retirement System and any other income received by active public school teacher or service personnel being subtracted from federal adjusted gross income (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2793.     By Del. Moye, Staggers, Barker, Stephens and Perry - Reducing state income tax liability for certain retired public employees - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2796.     By Del. Miller, J. - Using both parents' income in determining child support, calculation of adjusted gross income - To Judiciary


2797.     By Del. Rodighiero, Louisos, Miller, J., Barker, Moye and Eldridge - Prohibiting state funding of abortions - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2799.     By Del. Andes - Eliminating parole for persons incarcerated in state correctional facilities (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2800.     By Del. Klempa, Swartzmiller and Stephens - Updating the requirements for a new subdivision to access a road in the State Highway System - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2802.     By Del. Overington, Schadler, Blair, Barker, Porter, Eldridge, Andes, Walters, Louisos and Moye - Providing for a death penalty and procedures and standards applicable thereto for commission of murder in the first degree - To Judiciary then Finance


2804.     By Del. Ennis, Swartzmiller, Manypenny, Moye, Schadler, Michael and Stephens - Preventing a professional educator from taking a coaching position away from a current coach - To Education


2806.     By Del. Wooton - Removing the salary cap for secretary-clerks and case coordinators of the family court - To Judiciary then Finance


2808.     By Del. Manchin, Beach, Cann, Doyle, Longstreth, Miley and Varner - Providing a procedure for removal of county, district or municipal officers - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2809.     By Del. Sumner, Miller, C. and Sobonya - Exempting all gallons of gasoline and propane gas for any church, religious sect, society or denomination from the excise tax (FN) - To Finance


2810.     By Del. Staggers - Providing salary increases for deputies with college degrees - To Political Subdivisions then Finance


2842.     By Del. Miller, C. - Issuing a special "Family of an Officer Killed in the Line of Duty" license plate - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2844.     By Del. Ellem and Poling, D. - Relating to the adoption of the 2008 National Electric Code - To Government Organization


2846.     By Del. Louisos - Relating to criminalizing abortion - To Judiciary


2847.     By Del. Shaver - Prohibiting the use of the body of a fetus for certain purposes - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2848.     By Del. Louisos - Requiring development of a program for payment of personal needs funds to Medicaid recipients in nursing homes (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


2850.     By Del. Louisos - Requiring recipients of state assistance to show photo identification (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


2851.     By Del. Louisos - Relating to the sale of municipal public utility - To Political Subdivisions then Finance


2852.     By Del. Louisos - Eliminating charges by public utilities for meter reading and minimum bill fees - To Government Organization


2853.     By Del. Louisos - Prohibiting the reporting of credit scoring as a part of a credit report - To Judiciary


2854.     By Del. Louisos and Butcher - Extending permanent total disability benefits to workers' compensation benefits claimants for life (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2855.     By Del. Louisos and Butcher - Permitting the holder of a license to sell nonintoxicating liquors to determine the use or nonuse of tobacco products on the licensees' premises - To Judiciary


2857.     By Del. Hutchins, Moore and Azinger - Prohibiting elected state officials from becoming a lobbyist for two years after their term of office expires - To Judiciary


2858.     By Del. Rodighiero, Reynolds, Hatfield, Eldridge, Moore, Barker, Miley, Sobonya, Guthrie and Caputo - Requiring insurance coverage for autism spectrum disorder (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


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


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


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


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


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, 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


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


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


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


2883.     By Del. Overington, Schadler, Cowles, Miller, J., Blair and Andes - West Virginia Right to Work Law - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2888.     By Del. Hunt, Moore, Wooton, Hutchins, Spencer and Wells - Requiring the DHHR to provide matching funds for trust income disbursed to support autistic minors (FN) - To Finance


2890.     By Del. Wooton, Hall, Phillips, Butcher, Walker, Stowers, Ferro and Fleischauer - Providing low-income workers with a refundable state tax credit (FN) - To Finance


2892.     By Del. Doyle, Michael, Ashley, Fleischauer, Hartman, Williams, Shaver, Campbell and Ross - Increasing any award of just compensation to a property owner for eminent domain takings by nongovernment entities - To Judiciary then Finance


2895.     By Del. Hunt - Determining the value of a motor vehicle in a claim - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


2896.     By Del. Hunt, Moore and Wells - Requiring banks to show good cause for calling a business loan due before maturity - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


2897.     By Del. Rodighiero - Authorizing insurance to married workers without children at reduced rates under the West Virginia Public Employees Insurance Act (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


2899.     By Del. Border and Perdue - Adding Tramadol to Schedule IV of the West Virginia Uniform Controlled Substances Act - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2905.     By Del. Perdue, Wells, Marshall, Brown, Hatfield, Fragale and Rodighiero - Increasing the distance required for surface mining activity in relation to cemeteries - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


2906.     By Del. Shook - Prohibiting persons who are not licensed physicians from performing an abortion - To Judiciary


2907.     By Del. Boggs, Cowles, Walker, Campbell, Argento, Smith and Ashley - Relating to the sales of wine - To Agriculture then Judiciary


2909.     By Del. Cowles - Exempting certain construction projects performed on behalf of county or municipal governments from the prevailing wage laws - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2910.     By Del. Cowles - Increasing the minimum number of magisterial districts in a county - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


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 - To Government Organization then Finance


2912.     By Del. Manchin, Caputo and Longstreth - Creating a board and fund to be used to maintain abandoned cemeteries - To Government Organization then Finance


2914.     By Del. Caputo, Poling, D., Boggs, Mahan, Guthrie, Spencer, Klempa, Walker, Crosier and Campbell - Relating to West Virginia State Police receiving on-call and off-duty pay (FN) - To Finance


2915.     By Del. Eldridge, Manchin, Argento, Stowers, Perry and Rodighiero - Authorizing the sale of prohibited fireworks (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2917.     By Del. Guthrie - Giving full consideration to bicycle, pedestrian and transit ways in the planning, development of state roads, railways and waterways - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2919.     By Del. Caputo, Poling, D., Swartzmiller, Mahan, Manchin, Hamilton, Longstreth, Guthrie, Fleischauer and Eldridge - Including enforcement officers employed by the Alcohol and Beverage Control Commission in the classified service under the Civil Service System - To Government Organization then Finance


2921.     By Del. Caputo, Poling, D., Boggs, Pethtel, Walker, Klempa, Crosier, Manchin, Stowers, Duke and Paxton - Relating to tuition and fee waivers for members of the West Virginia State Police to attend a college or university - To Education then Finance


2923.     By Del. Klempa, Givens, Martin, Argento, Swartzmiller, Walker, Manypenny and Poling, D. - Requiring the disclosure of subcontractors within a certain time of the close of bids for public construction contracts - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Government Organization


2927.     By Del. Sobonya, Miller, C., Azinger, Sumner, Rowan, Schoen, McGeehan, Hunt, Eldridge and Barker - Requiring the Legislature to approve changes in costs imposed by the Public Employees Insurance Agency Finance Board - To Judiciary then Finance


2928.     By Del. Perdue, Beach, Hatfield, Marshall, Brown, Caputo, Fragale and Rodighiero - Clarifying procedures for protection of graves and burial sites - To Judiciary


2930.     By Del. Rodighiero - Including volunteer firefighters within the Public Employees Insurance Act (FN) - To Finance


2932.     By Del. Manchin, Longstreth and Caputo - Requiring the approval of board of health rules relating to tobacco use in public or private places - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2934.     By Del. Hamilton - Clarifying language relating to redemption of property - To Judiciary


2935.     By Del. Louisos - Allowing bona fide nonresident landowners or their children, or parents, to hunt, fish or trap on their own land without obtaining a license - To Natural Resources then Judiciary


2936.     By Del. Louisos - Restoring or keeping intact scenic views by coal and timber operators (FN) - To Natural Resources then Judiciary


2937.     By Del. Moore, Perry, Shook and Reynolds - Allowing members of the board of banking and financial institutions to receive compensation for travel expenses - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


2938.     By Del. Moore, Perry and Shook - Relating to the conversion of other financial institutions to state-chartered banks - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


2939.     By Del. Pethtel, Schadler, Evans, Canterbury, Martin, Butcher, Stowers, Ennis, Klempa and Ferro - Providing for the issuance of a special "Disabled Veteran" license plate for motorcycles - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2940.     By Del. Louisos - Exempting funeral establishments and authorized representatives of the deceased from any sales tax regarding goods and services (FN) - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


2941.     By Del. Rodighiero, Reynolds and Moye - Providing for the issuance of a special "In God We Trust" license plate - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2942.     By Del. Lane - Prohibiting subsidies to entities that perform abortions - To Judiciary


2943.     By Del. Rodighiero, Eldridge, Stowers, Butcher, Reynolds, Louisos, Shook and Staggers - Exempting veterans of the Armed Forces or any reserve component from having to obtain a license to hunt, trap or fish - To Natural Resources then Finance


2944.     By Del. Rodighiero - Providing for the criminal offenses of home invasion in the first, second, third and fourth degrees - To Judiciary then Finance


2945.     By Del. Overington, Sumner, Ferro, Sobonya, Hartman, Moore, Louisos, Rodighiero, Lane, Barker and Armstead - Encouraging public officials to display the national motto on all public property and public buildings - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2946.     By Del. Butcher and Williams - Permitting running lamps on motorcycles, motor-driven cycles and mopeds - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2948.     By Del. Martin, Argento, Klempa, Poling, D., Varner and Stowers - Requiring the use of the LEED and Green Globes standard for new construction and renovation of state buildings (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


2951.     By Del. Sobonya, Eldridge, Hutchins, Stowers, Sumner, Rowan, Schadler, Hunt, Miller, C., Barker and Ross - Increasing the penalties for overtaking and passing a school bus stopped for the purpose of receiving or discharging children - To Judiciary then Finance


2953.     By Del. Campbell (By Request) - Providing for the issuance of a special "Animal Friendly" license plate (FN) - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2955.     By Del. Louisos - Removing West Virginia University of Technology from the merger with West Virginia University - To Education then Finance


2956.     By Del. Rodighiero - Prohibiting the finance board pursuant to the West Virginia Public Employees Insurance Act from increasing the types and levels of costs to applicable current and retired employees during the 2010 and 2011 plan years (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


2962.     By Del. Shott, Lane, Rowan, McGeehan, Sobonya, Evans, Hamilton, Miller, J., Walters, Duke and Schadler - Raising the maximum personal income tax exemption for persons over the age of sixty-five and for persons who are totally disabled - To Senior Citizen Issues then Finance


2964.     By Del. Caputo, Manchin and Longstreth - Relating to issuance of renewal license certificate to motor vehicle dealers - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2966.     By Del. Eldridge, Walters, Argento, Stowers, Klempa, Martin, Barker, Varner, Reynolds, Butcher and Manchin - Requiring both parents to be equally responsible for a child's funeral expenses - 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 (FN) - To Education then Finance


2971.     By Del. Eldridge - Clarifying domestic relations definitions - To Judiciary


2973.     By Del. Sumner - Providing for the issuance of special registration plates bearing the logo, symbol, insignia, letters or words demonstrating association with or support for the Friends of Coal organization - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2974.     By Del. Andes - Abolishing the one-vote straight ticket voting in all general and special elections within West Virginia - To Judiciary


2978.     By Del. Kominar, Swartzmiller, Varner, Perdue, Eldridge, Perry, Campbell, Stephens, Cowles and Miller, J. - Relating to the practice of optometry - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2979.     By Del. Hunt - Adopting guidelines to permit pharmacists to prescribe medications - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization


2982.     By Del. Ross - Modifying the definition of "shallow" and "deep" wells to allow a shallow well to be drilled deeper - To Judiciary


2989.     By Del. Eldridge, Rodighiero, Barker, Shook, Beach, Butcher, Stowers, Reynolds and Louisos - Failing to provide or return a minor child for visitation - To Judiciary


2991.     By Del. Sumner - Requiring additional lighting and reflector equipment of certain vehicles - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2993.     By Del. Andes - Prohibiting any member of the Legislature from fund-raising during any session - To Judiciary


2995.     By Del. Eldridge, Martin, Barker, Argento, Phillips, Butcher, Mahan, Hall, Cowles and Rodighiero - Prohibiting text messaging by use of a cell phone or personal digital assistant while driving (FN) - To Judiciary


2996.     By Del. Louisos - Requiring bank transactions involving savings and checking accounts to be posted at the time of the transaction and not the next day - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


2997.     By Del. Louisos - Requiring commissioners of the public service commission to be elected - To Government Organization then Judiciary


    3002.     By Del. Miller, J., Cowles, Blair, Andes and Sobonya - Allowing private citizens the freedom to enter into private contracts for health care services or health care coverage or both - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


3004.     By Del. Spencer, Hunt and Skaff - Permitting individual taxpayers a modification to state income tax for medical expenses exceeding two percent of their federal adjusted gross income (FN) - To Finance


    3009.     By Del. Cowles - Changing the definition of "construction" to only include projects whose total costs are more than $200,000 in the prevailing wage law - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Government Organization


3012.     By Del. Frazier, Shaver, Givens, Lawrence, Moore and Argento - Relating to electing magistrates by division - To Judiciary then Finance


3013.     By Del. Cowles - Prohibiting a chief deputy sheriff from engaging in certain political activities - To Judiciary


3014.     By Del. Argento and Martin - Requiring all governmental documents to be printed in English - To Judiciary then Finance


3019.     By Del. Hall - Relating to obscene, anonymous, harassing and threatening communications by computer - To Judiciary then Finance


3021.     By Del. Schadler, Miller, J., Andes, Moore and Rowan - Medication Administration by Certified Medicine Aides Act (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


3023.     By Del. Brown, Martin, Argento, Paxton, Poling, M., Poling, D., Moye, Moore, Fleischauer, Manypenny and Rodighiero - Relating to oil and gas surface owner's bill of rights - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


3025.     By Del. Hall - Raising the county board of education pay to that of the county commissioners - To Education then Finance


3026.     By Del. Overington, Andes, Cowles, Miller, J., Porter, Walters, Blair, Sobonya, Schadler, Louisos and Miller, C. - Providing a two-tiered personal income tax credit to parents or legal guardians who provide home or private, primary or secondary education for their children (FN) - To Education then Finance


3034.     By Del. Fragale - Giving county litter control officers the authority to issue citations for not having proof of proper disposal of garbage - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


3040.     By Del. Hall - Expanding the insurance fraud unit - To Government Organization then Judiciary


3041.     By Del. Martin, Argento and Poling, D. - Clarifying provisions relating to posting of job openings - To Government Organization


3049.     By Del. Martin and Argento - Authorizing the Chief Technology Officer to receive confidential records and have access to an agencies' database - To Government Organization then Judiciary


3050.     By Del. Miller, J., Blair, Overington and Cowles - Requiring disclosure by judicial officers of campaign contributions in excess of $250 (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


3054.     By Del. Martin and Argento - Clarifying that the Real Estate Division of the Department of Administration has the power and duty of acquiring and disposing of real property, contracting for third-party real estate services and billing spending units for costs of such services - To Judiciary then Finance


3055.     By Del. Eldridge, Argento, Shaver, Kominar, Barker and Ross - Relating to environmental permitting of surface coal mining and correcting antiquated language - To Judiciary then Finance


3059.     By Del. Shook - Exempting federal, state, county or private investigators from prosecution for stalking due to performing lawful investigations - To Judiciary


3060.     By Del. Rodighiero, Reynolds, Eldridge, Hatfield and Butcher - Prohibiting the establishment of new methadone treatment programs and clinics except for programs operated as community health centers and requiring all community health center methadone programs to monitor patient's pharmacy registry - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


3061.     By Del. Ross - Increasing the spending limits on contracts involving the expenditure by a public service district for construction work or for the purchase of equipment and improvements, without seeking competitive bids - To Judiciary then Finance


3062.     By Del. Ellem, Hamilton, Poling, D., Anderson, Varner, Talbott and Argento - Providing that the amount of required acreage for bird hunting preserves may be one hundred acres for privately owned commercial shooting preserves - To Natural Resources then Judiciary


3067.     By Del. Fragale - Allowing certain owners of warehouses to store and to transport quantities of alcoholic liquors, wine, beer or nonintoxicating beer which are not intended or being stored for the purpose of sale or use within the state - To Judiciary


3069.     By Del. Eldridge, Ellem, Moore, Border, Cowles, Reynolds and Rodighiero - Providing medical and nonmedical exemptions from mandatory immunizations for school children - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


3070.     By Del. Fragale - Allowing nonprofit organizations to hold up to two charitable Texas hold'em tournaments per year - To Judiciary then Finance


3073.     By Del. Shott - Exempting from the excise tax on property transfers property that is transferred from an individual to a wholly-owned corporation or a wholly-owned limited liability company - To Judiciary then Finance


3078.     By Del. Miley and Longstreth - Reduced Cigarette Ignition Propensity Standard and Fire Prevention Act - To Judiciary then Finance


3081.     By Del. McGeehan, Moore, Boggs, Armstead, Shott and Shook - Coal-to-Liquid Act of 2009 (FN) - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


3087.     By Del. Rodighiero and Louisos - Making it a criminal offense to disturb the peace (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


3088.     By Del. Rodighiero and Louisos - Allowing parents or the school to serve sweets during the holidays if the school receives parental or guardian consent - To Health and Human Resources then Education

3089.     By Del. Iaquinta, Longstreth, Azinger, Ross, Fragale, Paxton and Crosier - Designating December 7 of each year as "West Virginia Patriots of World War II" and making it a state holiday (FN) - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance


3090.     By Del. Miller, J., Sobonya and Miller, C. - Requiring a seventy-two hour waiting period before the Legislature votes on the state budget for final passage - To Judiciary then Finance


3091.     By Del. Miller, J., Sobonya, Miller, C., Sumner, Blair, Shott, Armstead, Cowles, Andes, McGeehan and Louisos - Budget and Spending Transparency Act - To Judiciary then Finance


3092.     By Del. Boggs, Stowers, Frazier, Hutchins, Eldridge, Spencer and Perry - Providing that certain beneficiaries in the State Teachers Retirement System receive an annuity when an eligible spouse has not redeemed the accumulated contributions (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


3094.     By Del. Azinger - Prohibiting the publication of the consideration paid for the sale of real estate or the amount of any lien on the real property subject to the sale - To Judiciary


3096.     By Del. Guthrie - Providing tax credits for the sale of locally grown produce - To Agriculture then Finance


3097.     By Del. Guthrie and Moore - Preventing predatory lending practices - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


3099.     By Del. Guthrie - Conducting a program to increase awareness and consumption of locally produced foods (FN) - To Agriculture then Finance


3102.     By Del. Caputo, Poling, D., Swartzmiller, Longstreth, Boggs, Hall, Argento, Morgan, Miley, Fragale and Paxton - Requiring sex offenders to pay a fee which is to be deposited into the State Police Retirement Fund (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


3104.     By Del. Iaquinta, Stowers, Ferro, Klempa, Frazier and Hartman - Allowing members of the West Virginia National Guard or its reserves to obtain free hunting and fishing licenses - To Natural Resources then Finance


3107.     By Del. Swartzmiller, Caputo and Boggs - Issuing special registration plates allowing parking privileges for persons with mobility impairments - To Judiciary


3108.     By Del. Rodighiero - Requiring the assessor of each county to prepare a new property tax ticket within three months of a deed filing - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


3110.     By Del. Shaver, Talbott, Hartman, Williams, Varner, Azinger, Evans and Crosier - Renaming conservation officers to be natural resources police officers - To Natural Resources then Government Organization


3111.     By Del. Longstreth, Caputo, Klempa and Manchin - Requiring county commissions to hold one monthly meeting in the evening (FN) - To Finance


3113.     By Del. Guthrie - Relating to arts, entertainment and enterprise districts (FN) - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


3114.     By Del. Guthrie - Mandating that state-chartered banks provide loans for consumers purchasing solar energy panels - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


3115.     By Del. Guthrie - Requiring the Public Service Commission to promulgate rules for secondary containment systems - To Government Organization then Judiciary


3117.     By Del. Schadler, Miley, Ellem, Evans and Rowan - Providing for a total of four part-time deputy magistrate court clerks to be employed to assist with the workload of magistrate court clerks who have often been overburdened - To Judiciary then Finance


3119.     By Del. Boggs, Argento, Brown, Campbell, Caputo, Eldridge, Klempa, Marshall, Martin, Moye and Rodighiero - Providing one-time supplements to all annuitants of the Public Employees' Retirement and Teachers' Retirement Systems at the time they reach the age of seventy (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


3121.     By Del. Ross - Increasing the salary of public service district board members (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


3123.     By Del. Poling, M. and Paxton - Relating to donation and transfer of surplus personal computers and other information systems, technology and equipment for educational purposes (FN) - To Education then Finance


3124.     By Del. Phillips - Requiring the Department of Health and Human Resources and Medicaid to provide financial assistance to persons in assisted living facilities (FN) - To Senior Citizen Issues then Finance


3126.     By Del. Azinger - Requiring the DHHR to annually review and adjust rates it pays to care providers - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


3127.     By Del. Iaquinta - Protecting computer owners and users from computer spyware - To Judiciary


3129.     By Del. Moore, Kominar, Craig, Varner, Campbell and Andes - Creative Communities Development Act - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


3137.     By Del. Miller, J. - Special Needs Scholarship Program (FN) - To Education then Finance


3141.     By Del. Hamilton, Longstreth, Caputo, Poling, D., Canterbury, Ireland, Manchin, Andes, Walker and Cowles - Including larceny of copper ground wires or cables from communications towers sites under crimes against property - To Judiciary


3143.     By Del. Hall, Butcher, Moore, Eldridge, Walker, Phillips, Shaver, Stowers, Staggers and Ferro - Rendering cardiac arrest as a compensable injury pursuant to West Virginia Workers' Compensation law - To Judiciary then Finance


3147.     By Del. Fragale, Caputo and Klempa - Allowing the legal sale of liquor and wine on Sunday to be the same hours as prescribed for the sale of beer on Sunday - To Judiciary then Finance


3148.     By Del. Overington, Blair, Duke and Miller, J. - Permitting a county sheriff when acting as a conservator to retain five percent of the protected person's estate, up to $250 per year (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


3149.     By Del. Overington, Blair, Duke, Miller, J. and Lawrence - Changing the board members of public service districts terms from six years to three years - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


3152.     By Del. Caputo, Ashley, White, Kominar and Campbell - Athletic Trainers Registration Act - To Government Organization then Judiciary


3153.     By Del. Givens, Ennis, Frazier, Iaquinta, Azinger and Ferro - Specifying that federal civil service system retirement income derived from military retirement system pensions that have been converted to federal civil service system pensions is treated as military retirement income for purposes of the modifications to federal adjusted gross income (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


3156.     By Del. Boggs, Campbell, Caputo, Eldridge, Manchin, Pethtel, Phillips, Williams and Border - Establishing the West Virginia Voluntary Employee Retirement Accounts Program - To Finance


3157.     By Del. Williams and Shaver - Relating to allowing a county board of education to enter into lease-purchase agreements and allowing the School Building Authority to provide one-time grants to a county board of education for that purpose - To Education then Finance


3159.     By Del. Boggs, Smith, Walker and Rowan - Prohibiting moneys from any state fund or funding source to be expended for any abortion unless the abortion qualifies for federal funding under Medicaid - To Finance


3161.     By Del. Eldridge, Shook, Ross, Porter and Caputo - Providing that the officers of the Division of Protective Services have the same powers of arrest and law enforcement as members of the West Virginia State Police (FN) - To Judiciary


3162.     By Del. McGeehan - Prohibiting coverage for abortions under insurance plans provided under the Public Employees Insurance Act - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


3165.     By Del. Duke and Miller, J. - Repealing article of the code granting a business license to sell drug paraphernalia - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


3166.     By Del. Miller, J., Sumner, Cowles, Andes and Miller, C. - Health Care Affordability Act (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


3168.     By Del. Overington, Duke, Blair and Miller, J. - Creating the Martinsburg-Berkeley County Public Library, creating a library board with the power to operate said library, and providing a method of financing the operation of the library - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - [Local Bill]


3173.     By Del. Poling, D., Hamilton and Caputo - Setting compensation standards for classified employees who work overtime on weekends or holidays (FN) - To Education then Finance


3175.     By Del. Klempa, Poling, D., Swartzmiller and Perry - Adjusting the State Rail Authority's contract authority due to inflation - To Finance


3186.     By Del. Pethtel and Poling, M. - Increasing the stipend paid to mentor teachers and enforcing teacher mentor provisions (FN) - To Education then Finance - [Interim Bill]


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) - To Pensions and Retirement 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 - To Government Organization


3198.     By Del. Ellem, Poling, D. and Ireland - Lengthening the reevaluation cycle of real property and limiting any assessment increase to ten percent in any one year (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


3201.     By Del. Hutchins, Campbell, Ellem, Frazier, Moore, Sobonya and Varner - Informing all debtors how long and how much it would cost to simply make the minimum monthly payments in paying off their credit cards - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


3202.     By Del. Cowles, Miller, J., Doyle, Lawrence, Michael, Duke, Miller, C., Blair and Overington - Relating to the excise tax on the privilege of transferring real property and using the tax to reimburse counties for regional jail fees - To Judiciary then Finance


3203.     By Del. Williams, Barker, Andes, Rowan and Argento - Relating to violent crimes against the elderly - To Senior Citizen Issues then Finance


3204.     By Del. Boggs, Barker, Campbell, Craig, Ireland, Perry, Reynolds, Talbott and Williams - Allowing a credit against state personal income tax for the purchase of a new wood or pellet stove (FN) - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


3205.     By Del. Givens, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Argento and Pethtel - Allowing individuals to utilize any portion of their federal civil service retirement pension based on credit for military service (FN) - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance


3206.     By Del. Argento, Shaver, Kominar, Barker, Ross and Eldridge - Authorizing the Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection to sign National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permits (FN) - To Government Organization then Judiciary


3211.     By Del. Boggs - Relating to DNA data collection - To Judiciary


3212.     By Del. Miley, Iaquinta and Fragale - Changing language about campaign finance reporting - To Judiciary


3214.     By Del. Miley, Iaquinta and Fragale - Adding to the definition of private investigator - To Judiciary


3215.     By Del. Carmichael and Armstead - Eliminating the start and the end date of the instructional term for public schools and increasing the number of instructional days (FN) - To Education then Finance


3216.     By Del. Kominar and Staggers - Authorizing the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia to appoint senior family court judges back to the bench - To Judiciary


3217.     By Del. Carmichael - Decreasing a teacher's professional development days from six days per year to three - To Education


3218.     By Del. Walker, Smith and Hall - Requiring that women who seek an abortion must provide two forms of identification - To Judiciary


3221.     By Del. Miley, Iaquinta and Fragale - Allowing employees of the Department of Veterans Affairs and special agents within the Office of Inspector General to carry firearms while performing their duties - To Judiciary


3223.     By Del. Overington - Report of Induced Abortions Act - To Government Organization then Judiciary


3228.     By Del. Eldridge, Moore, Hall, Crosier and Ross - Clarifying the definition of shared parenting and updating language regarding the allocation of custodial responsibility and decision-making responsibility of children - To Judiciary


3230.     By Del. Overington, Blair, Sobonya, Duke, Lane and Miller, J. - Providing for the redistricting office of the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to propose redistricting plans during census years - To Judiciary then Finance


3233.     By Del. Miley, Campbell, Shook, Wooton, Hamilton and Ellem - West Virginia Religious Freedom Restoration Act - To Judiciary


3234.     By Del. Hall, Eldridge, Walker, Skaff and Stowers - Requiring that fetal models be displayed in public schools (FN) - To Education then Judiciary


3235.     By Del. Canterbury, Azinger and Evans - Prohibiting the use of calculators for teaching purposes in grades K through eight - To Education


3236.     By Del. Canterbury and Campbell - Authorizing counties to create urban growth boundaries - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


3237.     By Del. Canterbury (By Request) - Making it an unfair trade practice to refuse to refill a propane gas tank - To Judiciary


3238.     By Del. Canterbury (By Request) - Requiring brand pharmaceuticals manufacturers and pharmacies to allow patients to return unused prescriptions and over-the-counter medicines for safe disposal - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


3239.     By Del. Canterbury (By Request) - Including medical scooters within the definition of "motor vehicle" for purposes of driving under the influence - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


3243.     By Del. Duke - Relating to consumers sales and service tax on motor vehicles (FN) - To Finance


3244.     By Del. Boggs, Caputo, Williams, Manypenny and Azinger - Authorizing a law enforcement officer to make an arrest and take the driver before a magistrate or court when the person is charged with driving with a suspended license - To Judiciary


3247.     By Del. Eldridge, Butcher, Miller, C., Barker, Hall, Rodighiero and Reynolds - Requiring any person licensed to prescribe drugs to check with the State Board of Pharmacy before initially prescribing certain drugs to a new patient to determine if said patient is engaging in doctor shopping - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization


3249.     By Del. Armstead, Walters and Lane - Preventing vehicles from driving more than seventy-five feet in a center lane designated for left turns - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


3250.     By Del. Ellem - Excluding indigent persons from receiving health care records free of charge when represented by an organization or an attorney that is charging a fee - To Judiciary


3252.     By Del. Sumner - Relating to additional lighting and reflector equipment required on certain vehicles - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


3253.     By Del. Manypenny - Providing misdemeanor criminal penalty for failing to comply with law regarding sale, lease or disposition of municipal property - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


3254.     By Del. Manypenny, Beach, Frazier and Fleischauer - Requiring county commissions to adopt and implement county farmland protection programs - To Government Organization then Judiciary


3257.     By Del. Marshall, Moore, Mahan, Guthrie, Perry, Kominar, Perdue and Moye - Providing a loan forgiveness program for nurses, social workers, dentists and hygienists (FN) - To Education then Finance


3260.     By Del. Overington, Longstreth, Sobonya, Barker, Lane, Klempa, Hartman and Armstead - Requiring the accumulation of one and one-half years of instruction in the study of the Declaration of Independence and other founding American historical documents, including the Bill of Rights, before high school graduation - To Education


3262.     By Del. Klempa, Guthrie, Kominar, Eldridge, Marshall, Perdue and Evans - Relating to health care provider tax (FN) - To Finance


3263.     By Del. Overington, Carmichael, Sobonya and Sumner - Providing that all persons have a right to be free from violence - To Judiciary


3267.     By Del. Marshall - Providing procedures to protect motor vehicle operators with regard to searches of their motor vehicles by law-enforcement officers - To Judiciary


3269.     By Del. Lane - Creating an Intermediate Court of Appeals for each of the state's three congressional districts - To Judiciary then Finance


3272.     By Del. Perdue - Providing a five percent increase in teacher's salaries and adding pay increment categories for teachers with additional hours of graduate work (FN) - To Education then Finance

3273.     By Del. Spencer - West Virginia Correctional Officer Retirement System Act (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


3279.     By Del. Manypenny, Evans, Fleischauer and Susman - Prohibiting any permits authorizing the construction, enlargement or modification of any coal mine waste - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


3280.     By Del. Poling, M. and Paxton - Relating to higher education capital facilities - To Education then Finance - [Interim Bill]


3286.     By Del. Shott, Boggs, Porter, Frazier, Campbell, Border, Armstead and Rowan - The Eustace Frederick Preengineering and Technology Education Programs (FN) - To Education


3291.     By Del. Sumner - Adding a special memorial day to celebrate the victory of democracy in the Cold War - To Government Organization


3293.     By Del. Miller, J., Overington and Blair (By Request) - Requiring regional airport authority board members to include persons of area expertise - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


3294.     By Del. Shott and Frazier - Requiring the jail facilities standards commission to promulgate rules for the confinement of certain persons in local jails and private facilities - To Judiciary then Finance


3296.     By Del. Manchin - Relating to the worker's compensation claimant attorney fees - To Judiciary


3297.     By Del. Manchin - Relating to the Office of Consumer Advocacy, and allowing the Director to participate in the review and consideration of any rate filing - To Banking and Insurance then Government Organization


3299.     By Del. Sumner - Relating to requirements for self-employed persons to participate in the Bureau of Child Support Enforcement's PayConnextion program - To Judiciary


3301.     By Del. Moye, Schoen, Klempa, Campbell, Sumner, Caputo, Poling, D. and Barker - Amending the Division of Labor rule verifying the legal employment status of workers - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


3302.     By Del. Hunt - Certified Legal Assistant Act - To Judiciary


3303.     By Del. Miley and Manchin - Increasing the salaries of magistrates who serve populations of eight thousand four hundred or more (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


3304.     By Del. Lane - Relating to residency restrictions for registered sex offenders (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


3307.     By Del. Porter - Requiring managed care plan providers to reimburse limited out of network medical expenses - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


3311.     By Del. Shook, Cowles, Brown, Schoen, Crosier, Michael, Azinger and Cann - Clarifying that hospitals owned or operated by nonprofit corporations, nonprofit associations or local government units have only one governing body whose meetings shall be open to the public - To Judiciary


3312.     By Del. Miller, C. - Requiring that any new or increased municipal taxes or fees must have a defined purpose - To Judiciary


3316.     By Del. Armstead - Decreasing the corporate income tax rate beginning in the year 2012 - To Finance


3317.     By Del. Fragale, Miley, Poling, M., Morgan, Campbell, Boggs and Caputo - Relating to public records management and preservation - To Government Organization then Finance


3318.     By Del. Caputo - Creating a full-time administrative law judge for the office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training - To Government Organization then Judiciary


3319.     By Del. Rodighiero - Permitting the parents of an autistic student to seek a change in the student's aide or mentor (FN) - To Education then Finance


3320.     By Del. Miller, J. - The Family Education Tax Credit Act - To Education then Finance


3322.     By Del. Miller, J. - Creating and issuing certificates recognizing the termination of marriage (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


3325.     By Del. Miller, J., Duke and Overington - Limiting liability for persons donating and charitable organizations accepting certain food and grocery items - To Judiciary


3326.     By Del. Ross and Hartman - Relating to existing National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permits - To Natural Resources then Judiciary


3329.     By Del. Shott, Lane, Ireland, Sumner and Hamilton - Including additional information in the report submitted to the Joint Committee on Government and Finance by the Public Service Commission - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Government Organization


3330.     By Del. Miller, J., Andes and Michael - Charter Schools Act (FN) - To Education then Finance


3332.     By Del. Moore, Perry and Shook - Allowing the Division of Banking to participate in the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System and Registry - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


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