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Margaret Donaldson "Peggy" Smith (D - Lewis, 46)

Assistant Majority Whip


Capitol Office:
Room 209E, Building 1
State Capitol Complex
Charleston, WV 25305
Capitol Phone: (304) 340-3123

518 Center Avenue
Weston, WV, 26452
Home Phone: (304) 340-3123
Business Phone: NA


CHAIR: Interstate Cooperation
Government Organization
Roads and Transportation
Select Committee on Crimes Against Children
Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security

CHAIR: Interstate Cooperation
Children and Families
Government Organization
Government Organization Subcommittee B


District Counties: Preston (part), Tucker (part) , Lewis, Upshur (part)



Delegate Smith was the Lead Sponsor of 39 bills
HB 2084Providing forensic evaluators with civil immunity for acts committed by the subject of the evaluationPendingJudiciary
HB 2318Relating to competency and criminal responsibility of persons charged or convicted of a crimePendingJudiciary
HB 2325Authorizing immediate discharge and transportation to a regional jail for aggressive and violent behavior of persons committed to state hospitalsPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 2337Creating the criminal offense of online impersonationPendingJudiciary
HB 2338Requiring a convicted sex offender who volunteers for an organization whose volunteers have contact with minors to inform that organization of his or her convictionPendingJudiciary
HB 2339Removing the armed conflict requirement before state employees may receive credit for time served in the Armed ForcesPendingVeterans Affairs and Homeland Security
HB 2340Relating to teacher pay rate for work assignment outside regular school day or beyond a contracted employment periodPendingEducation
HB 2341Providing a cost-of-living provision for certain persons retiredPendingPensions and Retirement
HB 2342Permitting the issuance of a barrister's certificate to teach course specific curricula in public schoolsPendingEducation
HB 2343Increasing the educational increment for school service personnelPendingEducation
HB 2344Relating to the State Teachers Retirement SystemPendingPensions and Retirement
HB 2345Authorizing the Division of Motor Vehicles to issue a special license plate for applicants who are hearing impairedPendingRoads and Transportation
HB 2349Increasing the number of child protective service workersPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 2400Relating to disclosure of sex offender registration to private elementary and secondary schools, and to higher education institutionsPendingEducation
HB 2401Requiring the Department of Health and Human Resources to reimburse the circuit clerk of the county where involuntary commitment hearings are held for certain expensesPendingJudiciary
HB 2804Creating enhanced criminal penalties for assaults or batteries against pregnant womenPendingJudiciary
HB 2810Clarifying the statutory restrictions placed on sex offendersPendingJudiciary
HB 2820Prohibiting a person convicted of a sexual offense against a child from being on school property without written permissionPendingJudiciary
HB 2892Changing the number of strikes in jury selection in felony casesPendingJudiciary
HB 2995Adding fifty new positions to the staff at the William R. Sharpe, Jr. HospitalPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 3005Requiring any employer to retain a job for any veteran with a service-connected disabilityPendingVeterans Affairs and Homeland Security
HB 3006Retaining jobs for certain disabled veteransPendingVeterans Affairs and Homeland Security
HB 3007Relating to job retention for any veteran with a service-connected disability while seeking or receiving treatmentPendingVeterans Affairs and Homeland Security
HB 3008Requiring the three commissioners of the Public Service Commission be elected from the three congressional districts for six-year termsPendingGovernment Organization
HB 4010Creating the Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording ActPendingJudiciary
HB 4011Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death ActPendingJudiciary
HB 4012Relating to the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial ActsSigned
HB 4135Designating the first Thursday in May the West Virginia Day of PrayerSigned
HB 4249Allowing proceeds of a hotel occupancy tax not exceeding $200,000 per fiscal year to be expended for medical care and emergency services in certain countiesPendingFinance
HB 4262Authorizing the Division of Motor Vehicles to issue a special license plate for applicants who are deaf or hearing impairedPendingRoads and Transportation
HB 4380Making the Department of Corrections and the Department of Health, and their respective workplaces, subject to the Occupational Safety and Health ActPendingJudiciary
HB 4381Establishing a four year pilot program to have social workers in public schools, from prekindergarten through the elementary schoolPendingEducation
HB 4404Permitting a salary increase for certain kindergarten aides and early childhood classroom assistant teachersPendingEducation
HB 4424Requiring all classic and antique motor vehicles be assessed at a flat rate of $1,000PendingJudiciary
HB 4429Requiring that mining equipment being transported or trammed underground be done by qualified personnel under supervision of a certified foremanPendingEnergy
HB 4520Increasing the amount of annual and incremental salary increases for eligible state employeesPendingFinance
HB 4570Relating to underground coal minesPendingEnergy
HB 4589Relating to the West Virginia Diesel Equipment CommissionPendingGovernment Organization
HB 4616Relating to excuses from jury servicePendingJudiciary

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