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HOUSE OF DELEGATES


BILLS INTRODUCED


Thursday, February 16, 2012


4551.     By Del. Iaquinta, Swartzmiller, Longstreth, Pethtel, Fleischauer, Smith, Staggers, Pasdon, Nelson and Paxton - Authorizing the Adjutant General to establish an entity to operate morale, welfare and recreation facilities - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

4552.     By Del. Miller, J. - Requiring employer verification of the legal status of workers using an electronic verification program, the "E-Verify program" - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary

4553.     By Del. Miller, J. (By Request) - Reducing adjusted gross income tax for fifty percent of child support payments made, and increase adjusted gross income tax for fifty percent of child support payment received - To Judiciary then Finance

4554.     By Del. Shaver, Perry, Williams and Pethtel - Accepting additional students for enrollment in early childhood education programs - To Education then Finance

4555.     By Del. Duke, Sumner, Kump, Canterbury, Miller, C., Longstreth, Sobonya, Romine and Overington - Exempting the first $20,000 of state pensions and social security benefits from West Virginia personal income tax - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

4556.     By Del. Duke, Cowles, Kump, Householder, Overington and Miller, J. - Relating to married name changes and address changes when applying for or receiving a driver's license - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

4557.     By Del. Duke, Sumner, Kump, Canterbury, Miller, C., Longstreth, Sobonya, Romine, Overington and Householder - Reducing state income tax liability for certain retired public employees - To Finance

4558.     By Del. Duke, Cowles, Kump, Householder and Overington - Relating to suspension of a driver's license - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

4559.     By Del. Morgan, Craig, Campbell, T. and Miller, C. - Permitting the Lottery Commission to authorize and regulate limited charity fundraising events - To Government Organization then Judiciary

4560.     By Del. Craig, Reynolds and Morgan - Relating to use of particular companies or locations providing automobile glass replacement or repair services - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

4561.     By Del. Manypenny - Employing best available control technology to control air pollution - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary

4562.     By Del. Householder, Miller, J. and Gearheart - Creating the Tea Party Act (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance

4563.     By Del. Householder, Overington, Miller, J., Gearheart, Michael, Cowles and Kump - Relating to the calculation of prevailing wages (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

4564.     By Del. Shaver, Skaff, Michael, Williams, Mahan, Smith, Walker, Stowers, Perry and Butcher - Creating of county endowment funds - To Judiciary then Finance

4565.     By Del. Caputo, Duke, Williams, Guthrie, Mahan, Lawrence, Boggs and Campbell, T. - Requiring that State Police officers be compensated for time when they are required to be on standby - To Finance

4566.     By Del. Andes and Carmichael - Relating to the Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists - To Government Organization

4567.     By Del. Iaquinta and Miley - Permitting the Harrison county commission to levy a special district tax (FN) - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

4568.     By Del. Manypenny, Fleischauer and Doyle - Providing rehabilitation treatment programs to inmates imprisoned in any jail (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

4569.     By Del. Doyle - Creating a state recognized status for civil unions - To Judiciary then Finance

4570.     By Del. Hatfield, Staggers, Williams, Hartman, Shaver, Sumner, Evans, Barill, Cowles and Perry - Changing the student-school nurse staffing ratio (FN) - To Education then Finance

4571.     By Del. Manypenny, Mahan, Guthrie, Brown and Doyle - Imposing advanced recovery fees on consumers for the purchase of electronic devices (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

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