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House Bills Introduced


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HOUSE OF DELEGATES


BILLS INTRODUCED


Tuesday, February 2, 2010


4264.By Del. Reynolds - Requiring the manually counting of ballots in five percent of the relevant precincts in only contested elections - To Judiciary


4265.By Del. Reynolds - Prohibiting the taking of lawfully possessed arms and ammunition during a declared state of emergency - To Judiciary


4266.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


4267.By Del. Miller, J., Blair, Cowles, Overington and Duke - Creating a mandatory grace period for the payment of water and sewer bills - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


4268.By Del. Walker, D., Iaquinta, Smith, Paxton, Hall and Perry - Exempting from certain taxation and toll fees members of the military service of the state or United States who are totally disabled (FN) - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance


4269.By Del. Reynolds - Restricting the sale of drug paraphernalia to licensed pharmacies - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


4270.By Del. Varner, Butcher, Martin, Crosier, Walker, D., Kominar and Boggs [By Request of the Public Service Commission] - Relating to regulation of the commercial transportation of coal - To Judiciary then Finance


4271.By Del. Varner, Schadler, Ross and Lawrence - Relating to speed restrictions - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


4272.By Del. Fleischauer, Brown, Doyle, Guthrie, Hatfield, Hunt, Miley, Moore, Perdue, Poore and Staggers - Expanding the applicability of Prescription Fairness Act requirements to dependants covered by health insurance for contraceptive coverage - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


4273.By Del. Morgan [By Request of the Insurance Commission] - Relating to professional employer organizations - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


4274.By Del. Manypenny, Klempa, Martin, Brown, Ferro, Ross, Barker, Hartman, Hatfield and Argento - Residential Renewable Energy Systems Tax Credit (FN) - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


4275.By Del. Campbell [By Request of the Division of Tourism] - Authorizing excess funds in the courtesy Patrol Fund to be transferred back to the Tourism Promotion Fund (FN) - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


4276.By Del. Guthrie - Energy Efficient Building Act (FN) - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


4277.By Del. Boggs, Miley, Barker and Caputo [By Request of the Division of Environmental Protection] - Authorizing the Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection to issue National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permits - To Judiciary


4278.By Del. Reynolds - Allowing the Supreme Court of Appeals to establish a uniform bail schedule - To Judiciary


4279.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Renaming the West Virginia Parkways, Economic Development and Tourism Authority (FN) - To Finance


4280.By Del. Reynolds - Relating to the regulation of carrying firearms (FN) - To Natural Resources then Judiciary


4281.By Del. Ellem, Miley, Wooton, Hamilton, Poling, D., Miller, C., Williams, Border, Hunt, Ashley and Lane - Replacing references to "mental retardation" with "intellectual disability" - To Judiciary


4282.By Del. Miller, J., Blair, Cowles, Lane, Walters, McGeehan, Shott, Miller, C., Andes, Armstead and Sobonya - Creating the "Health Care Choice Act" - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


4283.By Del. Butcher, Eldridge, Stowers and Rodighiero - Exempting recreational vehicles owned by a resident of this state who is seventy years of age or older from ad valorem taxes (FN) - To Finance


4284.By Del. Spencer, Staggers, Hunt, Longstreth, Lawrence, Morgan, Boggs, Perdue, Poling, M., Campbell and White - Providing that protective orders in domestic violence cases include the requirement that a respondent wear a monitoring device - To Judiciary


4285.By Del. Moore, Walters, Reynolds and Azinger [By Request of the Division of Banking] - Relating to the licensing of residential mortgage brokers, lenders and loan originators by the Division of Banking - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


4286.By Del. Talbott and Crosier [By Request of the Division of Natural Resources] - Extending the provision allowing increases in DNR license and stamp fees - To Natural Resources then Finance


4287.By Del. Walker, D., Lawrence, Butcher, Armstead, Martin, Hall and Eldridge - Providing that a person convicted of a crime, under the provisions of the West Virginia Computer Crime and Abuse Act, against a minor is denied Internet access as part of punishment and penalty - To Judiciary


4288.By Del. Reynolds - Requiring that not less than fifty percent of the moneys remaining in the Tourism Promotion Fund be expended to West Virginia companies - To Natural Resources then Finance


4289.By Del. Reynolds - Relating to the regulation and operation of low-speed vehicles - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


4290.By Del. Paxton - Setting standards for assignment of high school athletic directors - To Education


4291.By Del. Moore, Walters, Reynolds and Azinger [By Request of the Division of Banking] - Eliminating duplicitous criminal background investigations with both the West Virginia State Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


4292.By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Staggers, Craig, Manchin and Miley - Relating to requirements to serve as a magistrate - To Judiciary


4293.By Del. Talbott and Crosier [By Request of the Division of Natural Resources] - Relating to reporting beaver trapping - To Natural Resources then Judiciary


4294.By Del. Moore, Walters, Reynolds and Azinger [By Request of the Division of Banking] - Requiring banks to provide a bond or pledge assets to secure county deposits under certain circumstances - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


4295.By Del. Moore, Walters, Reynolds and Azinger [By Request of the Division of Banking] - Relating to the gathering and reporting of residential mortgage foreclosure data and statistics - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


4296.By Del. Lane (By Request), Walters (By Request) and Armstead (By Request) - Authorizing the Division of Motor Vehicles to create and issue special registration plates bearing the inscription "Support Coal Miners" - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


4297.By Del. Moore, Walters, Reynolds and Azinger [By Request of the Division of Banking] - Requiring regulated consumer lenders to provide notice of change in ownership or control to the West Virginia Division of Banking and clarifying that mortgage loan originators employed by such lenders must be registered or licensed - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


4298.By Del. White, Campbell, Michael and Ross [By Request of the Public Employees Insurance Agency] - Exempting certain employers and employees from the requirements of the insurance provisions of chapter thirty-three of this code (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


4299.By Del. White, Campbell, Michael and Ross [By Request of the Public Employees Insurance Agency] - Providing that nonstate retired employees who have worked for their last nonstate employer for less than five years are responsible for their entire premium cost (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


4300.By Del. White, Campbell, Michael and Ross [By Request of the Public Employees Insurance Agency] - Prohibiting the imposition of preexisting condition limitations on employees under the West Virginia Public Employees Insurance Act, and limiting the occasions upon which employees may enroll or make benefit changes - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


4301.By Del. White, Campbell, Michael and Ross [By Request of the Insurance Commission] - Clarifying that surviving spouses and dependents of deceased public employees may only participate in major medical group plans (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


4302.By Del. Hatfield, Brown, Guthrie, Marshall, Martin, Paxton, Rodighiero and Wells - Ensuring Patient Safety Act - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


4303.By Del. White, Campbell, Michael and Ross [By Request of the Public Employees Insurance Agency] - Clarifying that the Public Employees Insurance Agency Finance Board may offset annual retiree premium increases (FN) - To Finance


4304.By Del. Miley, Wooton, Barker, Moore, Shook, Ferro, Ellem, Schoen and Sobonya - Requiring certain participation in the Motor Vehicle Test and Lock Program - To Judiciary then Finance - [Interim Bill]


4305.By Del. Reynolds - Relating to limitations upon the keeping and bearing of arms - To Judiciary


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