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Delegate Butcher sponsored 49 bills:

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HB 2537 Preventing insurers from increasing the rates for auto liability or homeowners insurance for persons over the age of sixty-five based solely on their age Pending  House Banking and Insurance Committee  01/13/10 
HB 2574 Prohibiting certain nursing homes from using state funds for activities unrelated to the provision of health care services Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  01/13/10 
HB 2658 Requiring state offices, agencies, boards and commissions to submit annual reports electronically Pending  House Government Organization Committee  01/13/10 
HB 2667 Permitting motor vehicle dealers to sell certain motor vehicles on an "as is" basis without a warranty Pending  House Roads and Transportation Committee  01/13/10 
HB 2668 Establishing a lottery scratch-off game for the benefit of West Virginia firefighters Pending  House Judiciary Committee  01/13/10 
HB 2669 Providing an exemption from gross income for certain members of volunteer fire departments Pending  House Finance Committee  01/13/10 
HB 2736 Relating to rules governing the operation of motor boats on lakes Pending  House Natural Resources Committee  01/13/10 
HB 2783 Creating a criminal felony offense of aggravated assault or battery of a child or a person who is mentally incapacitated Pending  House Judiciary Committee  01/13/10 
HB 2791 Relating to any income derived from the West Virginia Teachers Retirement System and any other income received by active public school teacher or service personnel being subtracted from federal adjusted gross income Pending  House Pensions and Retirement Committee  01/13/10 
HB 2854 Extending permanent total disability benefits to workers' compensation benefits claimants for life Pending  House Judiciary Committee  01/13/10 
HB 2855 Permitting the holder of a license to sell nonintoxicating liquors to determine the use or nonuse of tobacco products on the licensees' premises Pending  House Judiciary Committee  01/13/10 
HB 2890 Providing low-income workers with a refundable state tax credit Pending  House Finance Committee  01/13/10 
HB 2939 Providing for the issuance of a special "Disabled Veteran" license plate for motorcycles Pending  House Roads and Transportation Committee  01/13/10 
HB 2943 Exempting veterans of the Armed Forces or any reserve component from having to obtain a license to hunt, trap or fish Pending  House Natural Resources Committee  01/13/10 
HB 2946 Permitting running lamps on motorcycles, motor-driven cycles and mopeds Pending  House Roads and Transportation Committee  01/13/10 
HB 2966 Requiring both parents to be equally responsible for a child's funeral expenses Pending  House Judiciary Committee  01/13/10 
HB 2989 Failing to provide or return a minor child for visitation Pending  House Judiciary Committee  01/13/10 
HB 2995 Prohibiting text messaging by use of a cell phone or personal digital assistant while driving Pending  House Judiciary Committee  01/13/10 
HB 3060 Prohibiting the establishment of new methadone treatment programs and clinics except for programs operated as community health centers and requiring all community health center methadone programs to monitor patient's pharmacy registry Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  01/13/10 
HB 3143 Rendering cardiac arrest as a compensable injury pursuant to West Virginia Workers' Compensation law Pending  House Judiciary Committee  01/13/10 
HB 3247 Requiring any person licensed to prescribe drugs to check with the State Board of Pharmacy before initially prescribing certain drugs to a new patient to determine if said patient is engaging in doctor shopping Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  01/13/10 
HB 4019 Increasing the maximum cash award the Employee Suggestion Award Board may make Pending  House Finance Committee  01/15/10 
HB 4139 Relating to professional licensing boards Pending  Senate Government Organization Committee  02/02/10 
HB 4143 Relating to emergency medical services Signed  Effect from passage
HB 4158 Relating to neighborhood crime watch programs Pending  House Judiciary Committee  01/22/10 
HB 4177 Dedicating five percent of coal severance tax to the county of origin NETD  Not Enrolled Due to Technical Deficiency
HB 4196 Relating to the State Athletic Commission Pending  House Judiciary Committee  01/27/10 
HB 4201 Creating the Livestock Care Standards Board Signed  Effective Ninety Days from Passage - (June 11, 2010)
HB 4261 Relating to writing worthless checks Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/01/10 
HB 4270 Relating to regulation of the commercial transportation of coal Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/02/10 
HB 4283 Exempting recreational vehicles owned by a resident of this state who is seventy years of age or older from ad valorem taxes Pending  House Finance Committee  02/02/10 
HB 4287 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 Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/02/10 
HB 4365 Increasing the maximum amount in controversy in magistrate court from $5,000 to $15,000 Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/05/10 
HB 4369 Clarifying that waitresses are eligible to receive the state minimum wage set before tips or gratuities Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/05/10 
HB 4370 Limiting the number of telephone calls by a debt collector to a consumer Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/05/10 
HB 4386 Restricting the state convict road force from working around schools and child care centers Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/08/10 
HB 4400 Changing standards for continued certification of physicians assistants Pending  House Government Organization Committee  02/08/10 
HB 4407 Updating the law regarding the rabies vaccinations of dogs and cats Signed  Effective Ninety Days from Passage - (June 6, 2010)
HB 4459 Increasing the time in which a dependent may apply for Workers Compensation death benefits where occupational pneumoconiosis is determined to be a cause of death Signed  Effective Ninety Days from Passage - (June 8, 2010)
HB 4485 Increasing the penalties for overtaking and passing a school bus Pending  Senate Judiciary Committee  03/04/10 
HB 4525 Changing the composition, powers and responsibilities of the board of Coal Mine Health and Safety Signed  Effective Ninety Days from Passage - (June 11, 2010)
HB 4575 Exempting antique motor vehicles and antique motorcycles from taxable personal property Pending  House Roads and Transportation Committee  02/19/10 
HB 4577 Relating to elevator inspections and classifications of licensure Signed  Effect from passage
HB 4585 Creating a tax credit for hiring veterans of the United States Military Pending  House Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security Committee  02/19/10 
HB 4586 Providing a $1,200 cost of living adjustment to all eligible state employees and retirees Pending  House Pensions and Retirement Committee  02/19/10 
HB 4587 Freezing PEIA employee premiums for three years Pending  House Government Organization Committee  02/19/10 
HB 4614 Providing an excise tax on transfers of utilities Pending  House Finance Committee  02/22/10 
HB 4618 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 Pending  House Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business Committee  02/22/10 
HB 4633 Permitting a medical services provider under certain circumstances to inspect certain confidential information concerning controlled substances Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  02/22/10 
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