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Member's Press Release

Release Date: 03/23/2017
Contact: Jacque Bland at (304) 590-4678


Senate


Senate Calendar and Committee Schedule for Thursday, March 23, 2017

Thursday, March 23, 2017 – 44th Day of Session

The Senate will convene at 11 a.m.

RESOLUTIONS

  • SCR 46: Requesting study on consumer complaints regarding safety of aftermarket crash parts (Maynard)
  • SCR 47: US Army PFC Dell Dingess Lane (Ojeda, Beach, Facemire, Stollings)
  • SR 50: Commemorating 25th anniversary for national and state ChalleNGe Program (Sypolt, Smith)

    UNFINISHED BUSINESS

  • SCR 45: Home of Anna Lindquist, 1996 NHSPA Hall of Fame Inductee highway sign

    THIRD READING

  • Eng. Com. Sub. for Com. Sub. for SB 339: Creating Legislative Coalition on Chronic Pain Management
  • Eng. Com. Sub. for SB 362: Authorizing redirection of certain amounts to General Revenue Fund
  • Eng. Com. Sub. for Com. Sub. for SB 382: Allowing automobile auctions obtain abandoned vehicles' titles
  • Eng. Com. Sub. for SB 414: Creating Division of Multimodal Transportation (original similar to HB 2717)
  • Eng. Com. Sub. for Com. Sub. for SB 461: Exempting WV State Police from state purchasing requirements
  • Eng. Com. Sub. for SB 467: Removing restrictions on maximum wager per limited video lottery game and bill denominations accepted by video lottery terminals
  • Eng. Com. Sub. for SB 472: Permitting bear hunting with guides
  • Eng. Com. Sub. for SB 479: Relating to regulation of liquor sales
  • Eng. Com. Sub. for SB 499: Creating Debt Resolution Services Division in Auditor's office (original similar to HB 2791)
  • Eng. Com. Sub. for SB 523: Converting to biweekly pay cycle for state employees
  • Eng. Com. Sub. for SB 533: Relating to taxes on wine and intoxicating liquors (original similar to HB2894)
  • Eng. Com. Sub. for SB 572: Relating to nonpartisan election of county surveyors
  • Eng. SB 585: Relating to locomotive crew size
  • Eng. SB 595: Allowing county assessors make separate entries in land books when real property is partly used for exempt and partly nonexempt purposes
  • Eng. SB 684: Relating generally to WV State Police

    SECOND READING

  • Com. Sub. for SB 18: Requiring new comprehensive statewide student assessment
  • Com. Sub. for SB 61: Providing consumers sales and service tax and use tax exemption for certain services and tangible personal property sold for repair, remodeling and maintenance of aircraft (original similar to HB 2774, HB 2806)
  • Com. Sub. for SB 76: Creating WV Second Chance for Employment Act (original similar to HB 2107, HB 2536, HB 2657, SB 366)
  • Com. Sub. for SB 183: Transferring Division of Forestry from Department of Commerce to Department of Agriculture (original similar to HB 2790)
  • Com. Sub. for SB 419: Creating special revenue fund sources for Division of Labor to meet statutory obligations (original similar to HB 2776)
  • SB 464: Eliminating taxation on annuity consideration received by life insurer
  • Com. Sub. for Com. Sub. for SB 486: Relating to health care provider taxes
  • SB 504: Defining "special aircraft property"
  • Com. Sub. for SB 535: Reorganizing Division of Tourism (original similar to HB 2899)
  • Com. Sub. for SB 538: Creating special conditions of parole

    FIRST READING

  • Com. Sub. for SB 74: Allowing fire departments to charge fees for service calls (original similar to HB 2638)
  • Com. Sub. for SB 388: Relating to dangerous weapons
  • Com. Sub. for SB 428: Relating to partial filling of prescriptions (original similar to HB 2989)
  • SB 433: Permitting counties increase excise tax on privilege of transferring real property (original similar to HB 2461, SB 647)
  • Com. Sub. for SB 477: Increasing State Road Fund by raising DMV fees and motor fuel excise taxes (original similar to HB 2814)
  • Com. Sub. for SB 602: Creating uniform system of recording and indexing fictitious names used by sole proprietors
  • Com. Sub. for SB 622: Relating generally to tax procedures and administration
  • SB 658: Establishing procedure for retitling mobile and manufactured homes
  • Eng. Com. Sub. for HB 2486: Providing that when a party's health condition is at issue in a civil action, medical records and releases for medical information may be requested and required without court order
  • Eng. Com. Sub. for HB 2811: Relating to the definition of above ground storage tanks

    Scheduled Committee Meetings

    8:15 a.m.: Government Organization Subcommittee on HB 2796 (Senate Judiciary Conference Room)

  • HB 2796: Relating to the West Virginia National Guard entering into contracts and subcontracts for specialized technical services

    9:30 a.m.: Finance (451M)

  • SB 614: Relating to expansion of broadband service
  • Committee Substitute for SB 69: Creating Sexual Assault Victims'' Bill of Rights
  • SB 416: Relating to Public-Private Transportation Facilities Act
  • SB 417: Removing financial limitations on number of design-build projects undertaken by DOH
  • SB 421: Increasing amount of authorized federal Grant Anticipation Notes for which DOH may apply

    Immediately Following Floor Session: Government Organization Subcommittee on SB 294 (Senate Chamber)

  • SB 294: Relating to Community Sustainability Investment Pilot Program

    1 p.m.: Energy, Industry and Mining (208W)

  • Originating Bill 1: Relating to coal mining

    1 p.m.: Health and Human Resources (451M)

  • SB 578: Relating generally to copies of health care records furnished to patients
  • SB 386: Creating WV Medical Cannabis Act
  • SB 47: Exempting certain employers from discriminating against tobacco users

    1:15 p.m.: Government Organization Subcommittee on SB 534 (208W)

  • SB 534: Relating to incentives for consolidating local governments

    2 p.m.: Government Organization (208W)

  • SB 380: Creating 2-year pilot program to allow all-terrain or recreational vehicles in Cabwaylingo State Forest
  • SB 631: Relating to prosecuting violations of municipal building code
  • SB 671: Relating to WV Anatomical Board
  • SB 634: Relating generally to certain agreements between DHHR and two largest state universities
  • SB 638: Relating to WV Contractor Licensing Act
  • SB 588: Relating to reproduction, distribution and sale of tax maps

    2 p.m.: Education (451M)

  • SB 537: Relating to exemptions from mandated immunizations
  • SB 630: Establishing Accessibility and Equity in Public Education Enhancement Act
  • SB 609: Creating additional flexibility for school systems in use of school aid funds
  • SB 621: Providing certain rules inapplicable after county board of education notifies state board of possible closing or consolidations
  • SB 401: Allowing county board of education base employment decisions on individual’s qualifications

    3 p.m.: Judiciary (208W)

  • SB 217: Relating to disclaimers of warranties which are subject of consumer transaction
  • SB 399: Prohibiting political subdivisions from enacting local ordinances regulating benefits employers provide to employees
  • SB 601: Relating to requirements for making consumer loans
  • SB 637: ABC licensing of resorts with multiple locations
  • SB 606: Defining seasonal amusement parks workers
  • SB 549: Allowing individuals at least 21 or older operate or ride motorcycle without helmet
  • Originating Bill 6: Authorizing the issuance of one day non-intoxicating beer sales licenses for charitable events
  • SB 515: Relating to parole requirements for hearings and release
  • SB 333: Requiring all DHHR-licensed facilities access WV Controlled Substances Monitoring Program Database
  • SB 167: Relating to DNA evidence
  • SB 376: Requiring certain persons comply with registration requirements of Sex Offender Registration Act

    3 p.m.: Finance (451M)

  • SB 628: Relating to providing funding for Statewide Interoperable Radio Network
  • Committee Substitute for SB 210: Renaming Local Powers Act the County Local Powers Act
  • SJR 4: County Economic Development Amendment
  • Committee Substitute for Senate Bill 484: Relating generally to taxation
  • SB 623: Changing license period for horse and dog racing
  • SB 624: Decreasing minimum number of live racing days horse racing licensee must conduct

    Committee Action on Bills from Wednesday, March 22, 2017

    8:30 a.m.: Government Organization (208W)

  • SB 408: Relating to public employees
  • Passed; to Judiciary

  • SB 412: Relating to WV Jobs Act reporting requirements
  • Passed; to be reported to the floor

    10 a.m.: Workforce (208W)

  • SB 316: Requiring individuals receiving unemployment compensation apply for and accept seasonal employment
  • Passed; to Finance

    10 a.m.: Interstate Cooperation (451M)

  • SB 659: Enacting Recognition of Emergency Medical Services Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact
  • Passed; to be reported to the floor

    2 p.m.: Agriculture and Rural Development (208W)

  • SB 283: Creating Food Production Act
  • Subcommittee report accepted; bill passed; to be reported to the floor

  • Originating resolution to study the transfer of the State of West Virginia’s food production inspections and regulations to the Department of Agriculture
  • Adopted

  • Committee Substitute for SB 586: Changing fees for custom slaughters from annual to triennial
  • Passed; to Finance

  • SB 647: Relating generally to additional county excise taxes on real property transfer
  • Passed; to Finance

  • SCR 35: Urging Congress reassess federal definition of industrial hemp
  • Adopted by voice vote

    2 p.m.: Banking and Insurance

  • SB 526: Requiring mandatory insurance coverage for inherited enzymatic disorders
  • Passed; to Finance

    3 p.m.: Judiciary (208W)

  • HB 2868: Relating generally to Uniform Unclaimed Property Act
  • Strike and insert adopted; to be reported to the floor

  • SB 592: Providing independent redistricting commission propose redistricting plans during census years
  • Bill is laid over to Friday (3/24)

  • Originating Joint Resolution No. 1: Constitutional Amendment Eliminating County Surveyor Office
  • Passed; to be reported to the floor

  • HB 2001: Relating to ethics and transparency in government
  • Subcommittee report accepted; strike and insert amendment adopted; to be reported to the floor

  • HB 2506: Relating to the permit limit calculations and allowing overlapping mixing zones for calculating permit limits for drinking water criteria
  • Passed; to be reported to the floor

  • SB 576: Providing exception to waste for certain oil and gas development
  • Counsel explained the bill; bill is laid over

    3 p.m.: Finance (451M)

  • Committee Substitute for SB 437: Discontinuing WV Greyhound Breeding Fund
  • Passed; to be reported to the floor

  • Committee Substitute for SB 60: Relating to eligibility and fraud requirements for public assistance
  • Passed; to be reported to the floor

  • SB 493: Providing increase in compensation for conservation officers
  • Passed; to be reported to the floor

  • Originating Bill: Exempting certain DHHR facilities from statewide purchasing requirements
  • Passed; to be reported to the floor

    Bills that Have Passed the Senate as of Wednesday, March 22, 2017 (154)

  • SB 4: Allowing licensed professionals donate time to care of indigent and needy in clinical setting (House Judiciary)
  • SB 5: Disqualifying CDL for DUI conviction in certain cases (House Judiciary)
  • SB 9: Regulating unmanned aircraft systems (House Judiciary)
  • SB 16: Repealing section related to wind power projects (House Energy)
  • SB 25: Creating farm-to-food bank tax credit (House Ag & Natural Resources)
  • SB 27: Relating to microprocessor permit (House Health & Human Resources)
  • SB 28: Creating new system for certain contiguous counties to establish regional recreation authorities (House Ag & Natural Resources)
  • SB 36: Permitting school nurses to possess and administer opioid antagonists (House Health & Human Resources)
  • SB 41: Extending time person may be subject to probation (House Judiciary)
  • SB 80: Equalizing criminal penalty for entering without breaking regardless of time of day (House Judiciary)
  • SB 113: Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule awarding matching grants for litter control programs (House Judiciary)
  • SB 116: Governor's Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction rule relating to law-enforcement training and certification standards (House Judiciary)
  • SB 125: Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rules (House Judiciary)
  • SB 127: Authorizing Department of Revenue to promulgate legislative rules (3rd Reading 3/23)
  • SB 134: Authorizing Bureau of Commerce to promulgate legislative rules (House Judiciary)
  • SB 151: Authorizing Department of Administration promulgate legislative rules (House Judiciary)
  • SB 164: Relating to traffic regulations and special load limits (House Judiciary)
  • SB 169: Repealing article providing assistance to Korea and Vietnam veterans exposed to certain chemical defoliants (House Finance)
  • SB 170: Repealing state hemophilia program (House Finance)
  • SB 171: Repealing Programs of All-Inclusive Care for Elderly (House Finance)
  • SB 172: Eliminating salary for Water Development Authority board members (House Government Organization)
  • SB 173: Relating generally to autocycles (House Judiciary)
  • SB 174: Exempting transportation of household goods from PSC jurisdiction (House Government Organization)
  • SB 176: Repealing article concerning detection of tuberculosis, high blood pressure and diabetes (Signed 3/13)
  • SB 180: Relating to PSC jurisdiction over certain telephone company and internet services (House Government Organization)
  • SB 182: Providing procedures that prevent disqualifying low bids for government construction contracts due to document technicalities (House Government Organization)
  • SB 185: Allowing spending units designate fund into which proceeds from sale of surplus property must be deposited (House Government Organization)
  • SB 186: Adjusting date when children become eligible for certain school programs and school attendance requirements (House Education)
  • SB 187: Providing for confidentiality of patients' medical records (House Judiciary)
  • SB 188: Correcting definition of "telehealth" in medication-assisted treatment programs (Signed 3/13)
  • SB 190: Eliminating preferences for vendors bidding on state contracts for commodities or printing (House Government Organization)
  • SB 192: Relating generally to licensed surveyors (House Judiciary)
  • SB 198: Expanding Health Sciences Program to allow certain medical practitioners in underserved areas (House Finance)
  • SB 202: Relating to pawnbrokers generally (House Judiciary)
  • SB 204: Requiring persons appointed to fill vacancy by Governor have same qualifications for vacated office and receive same compensation and expenses (House Judiciary)
  • SB 206: Expanding definition of "kidnapping" to include taking or gaining custody of, confining or concealing person by force (House Judiciary)
  • SB 209: Defining term "veteran" as it relates to veteran-owned business (House Veterans Affairs)
  • SB 212: Relating generally to procedures for drivers' license suspensions and revocations (House Judiciary)
  • SB 214: Adopting Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act (House Judiciary)
  • SB 215: Allowing county commissions authority to amend proposed rates, fees and charges proposed by public service districts (House Political Subdivisions)
  • SB 216: Permitting exclusion, modification or limitation of warranties in sale of used motor vehicles (House Judiciary)
  • SB 219: Relating to conspiracy to commit crimes under Uniform Controlled Substances Act (House Judiciary)
  • SB 220: Relating to offenses and penalties under Uniform Controlled Substances Act (House Judiciary)
  • SB 221: Relating to composition of PEIA Finance Board (House Government Organization)
  • SB 222: Relating to disqualification for unemployment benefits (House Judiciary)
  • SB 224: Repealing requirement for employer's bond for wages and benefits (House Judiciary)
  • SB 225: Allowing magistrates to conduct proceeding for temporary emergency protective order dealing with temporary custody by family court (House Judiciary)
  • SB 230: Relating to certain WV officials carrying concealed firearm nationwide (House Judiciary)
  • SB 231: Relating to State Board of Education and Medicaid-eligible children (to Governor 3/20)
  • SB 233: Excluding from protection oral communications uttered in child care center under Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance Act (House Judiciary)
  • SB 235: Relating to motorcycle registration renewal (House Government Organization)
  • SB 236: Relating to damages for medical monitoring (House Judiciary)
  • SB 237: Repealing obsolete rules of Department of Revenue (House Judiciary)
  • SB 239: Limiting use of wages by employers and labor organizations for political activities (House Judiciary)
  • SB 240: Creating crime of nonconsensual distribution of sexual images (House Judiciary)
  • SB 242: Relating to school calendars (House Education)
  • SB 243: Relating to domestic relations (House Judiciary)
  • SB 247: Authorizing prosecuting attorney designate and deliver grand jury records for investigative purposes (House Judiciary)
  • SB 248: Clarifying composition and chairmanship of Commission on Special Investigations (House Judiciary)
  • SB 249: Relating to information required in abstract of judgment (House Judiciary)
  • SB 255: Relating to filling vacancies on county commissions and other county offices (House Judiciary)
  • SB 256: Relating to prohibiting aiding and abetting of sexual abuse by school personnel (House Judiciary)
  • SB 259: Requiring administrators of intestate estates to give bond and take oath (House Judiciary)
  • SB 261: Relating to increasing salary or wages of judgment debtor (House Judiciary)
  • SB 263: Creating exemption from certain contract and common carrier laws for vehicles used exclusively for transportation of railroad personnel (House Roads & Transportation)
  • SB 280: Moving administration of Civil Air Patrol to Adjutant General (House Veterans Affairs)
  • SB 288: Increasing penalty for crime of child abuse causing death by parent, guardian, custodian or other person (House Judiciary)
  • SB 290: Authorizing operators of distillery or mini-distillery offer for purchase and consumption of liquor on Sundays (House Government Organization)
  • SB 299: Supplementing, amending, decreasing and increasing items of appropriations from State Road Fund to DOH (House Finance)
  • SB 300: Supplemental appropriation from unappropriated balance in Treasury to Division of Personnel (House Finance)
  • SB 301: Supplemental appropriation of federal funds from Treasury to State Board of Education, School Lunch Program (to Governor 3/22)
  • SB 302: Supplemental appropriation of federal funds from Treasury to Division of Human Services (Completed legislative action)
  • SB 303: Supplemental appropriation of public moneys from Treasury to DHHR (House Finance)
  • SB 305: Supplemental appropriation of public moneys from Treasury to Fire Commission (House Finance)
  • SB 306: Supplemental appropriation of federal funds from Treasury to Workforce West Virginia (2nd Reading 3/23)
  • SB 308: Clarifying administrative and law-enforcement activities of DNR police officers are important to conservation and management of state's fish and wildlife (House Ag & Natural Resources)
  • SB 321: Reporting requirements of employee information to CPRB (House Finance)
  • SB 325: Relating to crossbow hunting (House Ag & Natural Resources)
  • SB 326: Requiring Department of Defense family advocacy groups be notified about abuse or neglect of military member's child (House Veterans Affairs)
  • SB 330: Relating to WV Workplace Freedom Act (to Governor 3/22)
  • SB 337: Hiring correctional officers without regard to placement on correctional officer register (House Government Organization)
  • SB 338: Relating to medical professional liability (House Judiciary)
  • SB 341: Establishing WV business growth in low-income communities tax credit (House Small Business, Entrepreneurship & Economic Development)
  • SB 344: Relating to application of payments on consumer credit sale and loans (House Judiciary)
  • SB 345: Allowing certain hunting and trapping on private lands on Sundays (House Ag & Natural Resources)
  • SB 346: Relating generally to jurisdiction of PSC over motor carriers (House Government Organization)
  • SB 347: Relating to modernization of Physician Assistant Practice Act (1st Reading 3/23)
  • SB 349: Repealing outdated code related to Division of Corrections (House Government Organization)
  • SB 350: Allowing licensed professional counselors be issued temporary permit (House Government Organization)
  • SB 358: Relating generally to trustee sale of timeshare estates (House Judiciary)
  • SB 360: Creating Legislative Coalition on Diabetes Management (House Health & Human Resources)
  • SB 364: Incorporating changes to Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement (House Finance)
  • SB 365: Maintaining solvency of Unemployment Compensation Fund (House Finance)
  • SB 392: Relating to Municipal Police Officers and Firefighters Retirement System (House Finance)
  • SB 398: Creating Emergency Volunteer Health Practitioners Act (Health & Human Resources)
  • SB 400: Regarding appointments to WV Infrastructure and Jobs Development Council (House Government Organization)
  • SB 410: Relating to marking traps with DNR identification tag (House Judiciary)
  • SB 413: Relating to bids on government construction contracts (House Government Organization)
  • SB 423: Relating to operation of licensed group homes (House Health & Human Resources)
  • SB 426: Repealing DNR legislative rule on litter control grant program (House Judiciary)
  • SB 429: Relating to monitoring inmate communications (House Judiciary)
  • SB 436: Permitting investigators from Attorney General's office carry firearms (House Judiciary)
  • SB 439: Relating to venue for civil and criminal action at Salem Correction Center (House Judiciary)
  • SB 440: Relating to use of Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority funds (House Finance)
  • SB 441: Establishing Municipal Home Rule Pilot Program (House Government Organization)
  • SB 442: Relating generally to crimes against persons (House Judiciary)
  • SB 444: Establishing Court Advanced Technology Subscription Fund (House Finance)
  • SB 445: Amending definition of "abused child" (House Judiciary)
  • SB 454: Providing more efficient collection and submission of state moneys received from court transactions or court services (House Judiciary)
  • SB 455: Relating generally to commitment of persons to custody of Commissioner of Corrections (House Judiciary)
  • SB 456: Relating to standards for termination of parental rights in child abuse and neglect cases (House Judiciary)
  • SB 468: Removing restrictions on where traditional lottery games may be played (House Judiciary)
  • SB 471: Relating to state ownership of wildlife (House Judiciary)
  • SB 473: Permitting collection and sale of naturally shed deer antlers (House Ag & Natural Resources)
  • SB 474: Exempting names of licensed hunters from public disclosure (House Judiciary)
  • SB 480: Authorizing local government adopt energy efficiency partnership programs (House Government Organization)
  • SB 481: Eliminating requirement municipal courts wait 90 days before notifying DMV of person's failure to appear or pay assessed costs (House Judiciary)
  • SB 490: Clarifying standard of liability for officers of corporation (House Judiciary)
  • SB 491: Relating to county litter control officers (House Judiciary)
  • SB 492: Eliminating requirement every circuit court participate in drug court program (House Judiciary)
  • SB 495: Relating to regulation of events by State Athletic Commission (House Government Organization)
  • SB 496: Relating generally to guaranteed asset protection waivers (House Judiciary)
  • SB 497: Relating to liability for health care providers who provide services at school athletic events (House Judiciary)
  • SB 500: Relating to Medicaid fraud and abuse (House Judiciary)
  • SB 505: Providing five-year reclamation period following completion of well pads for horizontal wells (House Judiciary)
  • SB 522: Relating to pharmacy audits (House Banking & Insurance)
  • SB 524: Relating to WV academic standards (House Education)
  • SB 531: Relating to renewal date for apiary certificates of registration (House Judiciary)
  • SB 536: Authorizing tracking of wounded or injured bear or deer (House Judiciary)
  • SB 547: Modifying fees paid to Secretary of State (House Finance)
  • SB 548: Providing for specific escheat of US savings bonds (House Judiciary)
  • SB 554: Relating to false swearing in legislative proceeding (House Judiciary)
  • SB 559: Relating to limited video lottery (House Small Business, Entrepreneurship & Economic Development)
  • SB 564: Relating to Statewide Independent Living Council (House Government Organization)
  • SB 575: Limiting nuisance actions against shooting ranges for noise (House Judiciary)
  • SB 581: Relating generally to administration of trusts (House Judiciary)
  • SB 608: Clarifying lawful business structures are unaffected by enactment of prohibitory legislation (House Judiciary)
  • SB 620: Relating to traffic regulations (House Roads & Transportation)
  • HB 2028: Relating to the venue for suits and other actions against the state (House requests Senate to recede)
  • HB 2099: Defining the act of leaving the scene of a crash involving death or serious bodily injury as a felony; Erin's Law (House requests Senate to recede)
  • HB 2167: Creating a Silver Alert program for senior citizens (to Governor 3/17)
  • HB 2300: Regulating step therapy protocols (Completed legislative action)
  • HB 2301: Relating to direct primary care (to Governor 3/17)
  • HB 2318: Relating generally to human trafficking (Completed legislative action)
  • HB 2347: Allowing schools licensed to provide barber, cosmetology and related training to hold theory classes and clinical classes at different locations (Signed 3/17)
  • HB 2431: Allowing influenza immunizations to be offered to patients and residents of specified facilities (to Governor 3/17)
  • HB 2447: Renaming the Court of Claims the state Claims Commission (Pending House concurrence)
  • HB 2542: Relating to public higher education personnel (to Governor 3/17)
  • HB 2590: Updating the meaning of federal taxable income and certain other terms used in the West Virginia Corporation Net Income Tax Act (to Governor 3/17)
  • HB 2594: Updating the meaning of federal adjusted gross income and certain other terms used in the West Virginia Personal Income Tax Act (to Governor 3/17)
  • HB 2678: Changing the amounts of prejudgment and post-judgment interest to reflect today's economic conditions (Completed legislative action)
  • HB 2740: Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Administration (Signed 3/13)
  • HB 2766: Establishing a new special revenue fund, designated the Adult Drug Court Participation Fund (Completed legislative action)
  • SCR 3: Urging Congress call convention of states to impose fiscal restraints on federal government (House Judiciary)

    Completed Legislation (18 – 12 House, 6 Senate)

  • HB 2740: Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Administration (Signed 3/13)
  • SB 176: Repealing article concerning detection of tuberculosis, high blood pressure and diabetes (Signed 3/13)
  • SB 188: Correcting definition of "telehealth" in medication-assisted treatment programs (Signed 3/13)
  • HB 2347: Allowing schools licensed to provide barber, cosmetology and related training to hold theory classes and clinical classes at different locations (Signed 3/17)
  • HB 2542: Relating to public higher education personnel (to Governor 3/17)
  • HB 2590: Updating the meaning of federal taxable income and certain other terms used in the West Virginia Corporation Net Income Tax Act (to Governor 3/17)
  • HB 2594: Updating the meaning of federal adjusted gross income and certain other terms used in the West Virginia Personal Income Tax Act (to Governor 3/17)
  • SB 231: Relating to State Board of Education and Medicaid-eligible children (to Governor 3/20)
  • HB 2167: Creating a Silver Alert program for senior citizens (to Governor 3/17)
  • HB 2301: Relating to direct primary care (to Governor 3/17)
  • HB 2431: Allowing influenza immunizations to be offered to patients and residents of specified facilities (to Governor 3/17)
  • SB 301: Supplemental appropriation of federal funds from Treasury to State Board of Education, School Lunch Program (to Governor 3/22)
  • SB 330: Relating to WV Workplace Freedom Act (to Governor 3/22)
  • HB 2318: Relating generally to human trafficking (Completed legislative action)
  • HB 2678: Changing the amounts of prejudgment and post-judgment interest to reflect today's economic conditions (Completed legislative action)
  • SB 302: Supplemental appropriation of federal funds from Treasury to Division of Human Services (Completed legislative action)
  • HB 2300: Regulating step therapy protocols (Completed legislative action)
  • HB 2766: Establishing a new special revenue fund, designated the Adult Drug Court Participation Fund (Completed legislative action)

    Signed Bills (4)

  • HB 2740: Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Administration (Signed 3/13)
  • SB 176: Repealing article concerning detection of tuberculosis, high blood pressure and diabetes (Signed 3/13)
  • SB 188: Correcting definition of "telehealth" in medication-assisted treatment programs (Signed 3/13)
  • HB 2347: Allowing schools licensed to provide barber, cosmetology and related training to hold theory classes and clinical classes at different locations (Signed 3/17)

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