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House Bills Introduced


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HOUSE OF DELEGATES


BILLS INTRODUCED


Monday, February 22, 2010


4594.By Del. Boggs, White and Kominar - Providing that the jurisdiction of the Public Service Commission to regulate railroads terminates July 1, 2011, and transferring this authority to the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety - To Government Organization


4595.By Del. Wells - Relating to the minimum salaries of teachers based on years experience and level of education - To Education then Finance


4596.By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Argento, Hatfield, Manypenny, Martin, Swartzmiller and Talbott - Removing the Commissioner of the Bureau for Public Health from professional licensure boards - To Government Organization


4597.By Del. McGeehan and Romine - Creating the Northern Panhandle Child Advocacy Commission - To Government Organization then Judiciary


4598.By Del. Shott, Porter and Frazier - Relating to filing a memorandum of deed of trust in lieu of a deed of trust - To Judiciary


4599.By Del. Perdue, Rodighiero, Eldridge and Craig - Requiring that when a controlled substance is dispensed by mail or delivery service the recipient of the controlled substance be over eighteen years of age - To Judiciary


4600.By Del. Shook - Allowing the West Virginia University Board of Governors to participate in the Public Employees Insurance Agency Insurance Program or another insurance program (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


4601.By Del. Varner - Requiring county school superintendents to have at least three years of experience as the head principal at a school - To Education


4602.By Del. Paxton - Defining the responsibilities of high school athletic directors - To Education


4603.By Del. Martin and Paxton - Creating a pilot program for incarceration and treating low risk inmates who are disabled or impaired (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


4604.By Del. Armstead, Miley, Iaquinta, Walters, Fragale, Skaff, Cann and Lane - Increasing the criminal penalties for persons who obstruct, flee from or make false statements to law-enforcement officers - To Judiciary then Finance


4605.By Del. McGeehan - Establishing that the environmental regulation of business activities performed within the state is not subject to federal regulation - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


4606.By Del. Campbell, Varner, Cann, Cowles and Carmichael - Providing a different procedure for determining the credit for utility taxpayers with net operating loss carryovers (FN) - To Finance


4607.By Del. Ellem, Poling, D., Azinger and Anderson - Establishing the Oral Health Pilot Program in the Mid-Ohio Valley Region (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


4608.By Del. Marshall - Relating to the employment and compensation of school service personnel (FN) - To Education then Finance


4609.By Del. Armstead, Lane, Shott, Walters and Duke - Exempting veterans' organizations from consumers sales and service tax - To Finance


4610.By Del. Moore, Perdue, Eldridge, Manypenny, Iaquinta, Manchin, Longstreth and Hatfield [By Request of the Department of Health and Human Resources] - Establishing a funding source and programs for persons with traumatic brain injury - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


4611.By Del. Armstead - Abolishing joint liability and establishing the principle of comparative fault - To Judiciary


4612.By Del. Walters, Eldridge, Craig, Kominar, Manchin, Ross, Stowers, Shott, Campbell, Skaff and Rodighiero - Relating to imposing a severance tax on the generation of wind power into a renewable energy resource - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


4613.By Del. Staggers, Brown, Fleischauer, Border and Perdue - Permitting unlicensed personnel to administer medications in certain circumstances - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


4614.By Del. Caputo, Marshall, Eldridge, Stowers, Butcher, Poling, D., Poling, M., Manypenny, Manchin, Klempa and Guthrie - Providing an excise tax on transfers of utilities - To Finance


4615.By Del. Campbell - Authorizing political subdivisions to establish risk pools to insure their workers' compensation risks - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


4616.By Del. Pethtel - Creating the temporary natural gas resources transportation road system - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

4617.By Del. Shott, Sumner and Frazier - Authorizing the West Virginia Parkways, Economic Development and Tourism Authority to enter into certain compacts with other toll road authorities - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


4618.By Del. Caputo, Butcher, Poling, M., Stowers, Eldridge, Poling, D., Klempa, Marshall, Guthrie, Manypenny and Boggs - Requiring greater information to be submitted by the Public Service Commission annually regarding the quality of service provided by utilities and persons subject to its jurisdiction - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


4619.By Del. Walters, Lane, Carmichael, Armstead and Shott - Authorizing a new court to be known as the Intermediate Court of Appeals and delineating the structure and duties thereof - To Judiciary then Finance


4620.By Del. Caputo, Manchin, Longstreth, Poore, Manypenny, Phillips, Hunt, Poling, D. and Klempa - Requiring that cutter heads, long wall shears and other mining machines automatically shut-off when the methane level reaches one percent - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


4621.By Del. Williams - Repealing the 80-20 requirements for payment of 20% of the aggregate premium by active employees, to prevent premium increases unless there is an increase in salary or pensions - To Government Organization then Finance


4622.By Del. Caputo, Craig, Swartzmiller, Varner, Boggs, Givens, Ennis and Ellem - Revising, consolidating and codifying the laws relating to fireworks (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


4623.By Del. Mahan - Adding two additional members to the Equal Pay Commission, one from the House of Delegates and one from the Senate - To Government Organization


4624.By Del. Manypenny, Guthrie, Brown, Beach and Susman - Creating the "Genetically Engineered Food Right to Know Act" (FN) - To Agriculture then Finance


4625.By Del. Manypenny, Guthrie and Susman - Creating the "Genetically Engineered Organism Liability Act" (FN) - To Agriculture then Finance


4626.By Del. Manypenny, Guthrie, Brown, Beach and Susman - Creating the "Genetically Engineered Crop and Animal Farmer Protection Act" (FN) - To Agriculture then Finance


4627.By Del. Manypenny and Susman - Requiring an automatic home confinement sentence for certain nonviolent misdemeanors (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


4628.By Del. Manypenny and Susman - Mandatory funding of community corrections programs (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


4629.By Del. Kominar, White, Brown, Walters, Cann and Manchin - Relating generally to wine and excluding wine from the definitions of alcoholic liquor and intoxicating liquor - To Judiciary


4630.By Del. Miller, J. and Andes - Relating to refunding of appraisal fees - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


4631.By Del. Boggs - Relating to redemption or repayment of PROMISE scholarship funds when a student drops or withdraws from classes - To Education


4632.By Del. Miley, Hunt, Brown, Frazier, Hutchins, Barker, Moore, Hamilton and Ellem [By Request of the Secretary of State's Office] - Bringing older contradicting language still remaining in the code into conformity with §3-2-5(b)(3) and reestablishing a definition for "independent voter" - To Judiciary


4633.By Del. Eldridge, Martin, Stowers, Perdue, Butcher, Hall and Barker - Permitting a medical services provider under certain circumstances to inspect certain confidential information concerning controlled substances - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


4634.By Del. Campbell, White and Boggs - Defining "spelunking" as a recreational purpose and activity for which a landowner's liability for injury is limited - To Natural Resources then Judiciary


4635.By Del. Fleischauer, Shook, Marshall and Martin - Relating to the Fire Prevention and Control Act - To Judiciary


4636.By Del. Marshall, Swartzmiller, Poore, Stowers and Eldridge - Relating to the process of incorporation, and clarifying the requirements of that process - To Judiciary


4637.By Del. Fleischauer, Shook, Marshall, Beach, Moye, Perry, Doyle, Hartman, Cowles and Susman - Allowing county school boards to enter into energy-saving contracts - To Education then Judiciary


4638.By Del. Fleischauer, Talbott, Fragale, Wells and Lawrence - Relating to air pollution control - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


4639.By Del. Fleischauer, Guthrie, Moore, Brown and Hatfield - Providing for the payment of unemployment compensation when a person misses work due to domestic violence - To Judiciary


4640.By Del. Perdue and Hatfield - Initiating the Healthy Lifestyles Restaurant Calorie Posting Program - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization


4641.By Del. Manypenny, Perdue, Hatfield and Kominar - Permitting the state to opt out of a federal statute that would otherwise not allow a state resident who has been convicted of a felony involving a controlled substance from receiving certain benefits (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


4642.By Del. Talbott, Brown, Caputo, Eldridge, Guthrie, Hunt, Longstreth, Martin, Romine and Rowan - Relating to the agreement among states to elect the president by national popular vote - To Judiciary


4643.By Del. Miley - Authorizing the Commissioner of the Division of Motor Vehicles to issue a limited number of license plates to County Prosecutors for use on vehicles - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


4644.By Del. Carmichael - Providing a $5000 salary increase to social workers employed by the Department of Health and Human Resources (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


4645.By Del. Paxton and Stephens - Relating to the West Virginia Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


4646.By Del. Manchin, Frazier, Moore, Brown, Caputo, Wooton, Ferro and Wells - Relating to corporate political accountability - To Judiciary


4647.By Del. Manchin, Frazier, Moore, Miley, Brown, Caputo, Wooton, Ferro and Wells - Relating to the regulation and control of elections - To Judiciary


4648.By Del. McGeehan - Providing guidelines for an independent audit of the Public Service Commission - To Government Organization then Judiciary


4649.By Del. Perdue [By Request of the Insurance Commission] - Relating to health care forms and data - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization


4650.By Del. Miller, C., Sobonya, Sumner, Shott, Rowan, Duke, Phillips, Crosier, Shaver, Perry and Stowers - Allowing the school building authority to designate money for the building of playgrounds - To Education then Finance


4651.By Del. Manypenny, Fleischauer, Hamilton, Hunt, Beach and Martin - Permitting surface owners to purchase the mineral interests that lay below the property when the mineral interest becomes subject to a tax lien - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary

4652.By Del. Poling, M. - Establishing a school calendar committee for each county - To Education


4653.By Del. Ferro and Klempa - Requiring elementary students to have access to a certified library media specialist, art specialist, music specialist and physical education specialist - To Education then Finance


4654.By Del. Brown, Guthrie, Hatfield, Hunt, Poore, Skaff, Spencer, Wells, Armstead, Lane and Walters - Limiting storage of methyl isocyanate - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


4655.By Del. Perry, Perdue, Staggers, Fragale, Williams, Shaver and Stephens - Relating to when notices of termination of an employment contract with school personnel, notices of transfer of school personnel and notices to probationary personnel of rehiring or nonrehiring are to be given - To Education


4656.By Del. Kominar, Varner, White and Caputo - Enabling counties, municipalities, the state and county boards of education to deposit public funds into deposit accounts that are swept periodically into multiple federally insured deposit accounts - To Finance


4657.By Del. Perry, Shook and Ashley [By Request of the Insurance Commission] - Relating to workers' compensation programs of state agencies (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


4658.By Del. Moore, Fleischauer, Perry, Shaver, Perdue, Guthrie, Hatfield and Campbell - Capping the Medical Services Trust Fund and redirecting excess funding - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


4659.By Del. Miley, Caputo, Fragale, Iaquinta, Longstreth and Marshall - Relating to the designation of a primary guardian for a minor child - To Judiciary


4660.By Del. Ennis - Setting forth disability benefits for employees that receive a foreseeable injury in an inherently dangerous function required by their employer but outside scope of employment - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary


4661.By Del. Schoen, Porter, Miley and Armstead - Relating to registration of state-owned or leased cellular phones - To Judiciary


4662.By Del. Moye - Permitting a retired law-enforcement officer to be employed by a county board of education as a resource prevention officer - To Education


4663.By Del. Spencer, Anderson, Duke, Pethtel, Williams, Givens, Ross and Canterbury - Extending the time for certain members to purchase additional service credit for service in the Teachers Defined Contribution Retirement System (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


4664.By Del. Shook - Relating to required mediation in consumer protection matters - To Judiciary


4665.By Del. Kominar - Relating to special rates for energy intensive industrial consumers of electric power - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


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