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House Abstract


Day 01 (05-13-2010)
Day 02 (05-14-2010)
Day 03 (05-15-2010)
Day 04 (05-16-2010)
Day 05 (05-17-2010)
Day 06 (05-18-2010)
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HOUSE ABSTRACT


2010 FIRST EXTRAORDINARY SESSION


Includes actions as of May 19, 2010


*Denotes Committee Substitutes



ALL HOUSE BILLS INTRODUCED



101.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Penalties and punishment for knowingly soliciting, persuading, encouraging or enticing a firearm or ammunition dealer or private seller to violate firearm laws - Introduced 05/13/10 - Reference dispensed - (Original same as SB 1005) - Tabled on 2nd reading, House Calendar 05/14/10


102.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Renaming "mentally retarded" and "mental retardation" to "intellectually disabled" - Introduced 05/13/10 - Reference dispensed - (Original same as SB 1004) - Tabled on 2nd reading, House Calendar 05/14/10


103.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Renaming conservation officers as natural resources police officers, chief conservation officer as chief natural resources police officer and clarifying the effect of nomenclature changes on pensions - Introduced 05/13/10 - Reference dispensed - (Original same as SB 1003) - Laid over until 5/16/10 - Tabled on 3rd reading, House Calendar 05/16/10


104.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Creation of Charter Innovation Zone 2.0 Schools - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as SB1007)


105.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Salary supplements for teachers and principals in schools with high poverty or high minority student populations - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as SB 1012)


106.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Compulsory comprehensive health screening for students entering public school for the first time in this state and students entering third, sixth and ninth grades - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as SB1008)


107.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Updating certain provisions governing the hiring of professional personnel in the public schools - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as SB1013)


108.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Improving school performance - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as SB1009)


*109.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Providing for teacher empowerment teams - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as SB1001) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 05/16/10 - To Senate 05/16/10 - Committee reference dispensed - Amended - Senate reconsidered action - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 05/18/10 - Effective from passage - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 05/18/10


110.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Authorizing alternative training and certification of principals, assistant principals and teachers - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as SB 1006)


*111.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Providing for annual evaluations of professional personnel in the public schools - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as SB1002) - 2nd reference dispensed - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 05/19/10


112.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Establishment of a temporary high risk insurance program for uninsured persons under the Federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as SB1011) - 2nd reference dispensed - Recommitted to Judiciary on 2nd reading 05/14/10


113.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Creating a fund for the transfer of certain moneys from the Attorney General to the Department of Health and Human Resources - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Finance - (Original same as SB1010)


114.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation of federal funds to the Governor's Office and to WorkForce West Virginia - Introduced 05/14/10 - To Finance - (Original same as SB1014) - Tabled on 3rd reading, House Calendar 05/18/10


115.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the West Virginia Conservation Agency, the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Commerce, the Department of Education, and to the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety - Introduced 05/14/10 - To Finance - (Original same as SB1015) - Tabled on 3rd reading, House Calendar 05/18/10


116.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the WV Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses - Introduced 05/14/10 - To Finance - (Original same as SB1016) - Tabled on 3rd reading, House Calendar 05/18/10


117.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing, amending, and increasing items of the existing appropriations from the State Road Fund to the Department of Transportation - Division of Highways - Introduced 05/14/10 - To Finance - (Original same as SB1017) - Tabled on 3rd reading, House Calendar 05/18/10


118.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Lottery Commission, the Division of Finance, Public Defender Services, and to the Division of Corrections - Introduced 05/14/10 - To Finance - (Original same as SB1018) - Tabled on 3rd reading, House Calendar 05/18/10


119.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Governor's Office - Broadband Infrastructure Grant Fund, to the Department of Agriculture, to the Department of Education and the Arts, and to the Department of Health and Human Services - Introduced 05/14/10 - To Finance - (Original same as SB1019) - Tabled on 3rd reading, House Calendar 05/18/10


120.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation of federal funds to WorkForce West Virginia - Introduced 05/14/10 - To Finance - (Original same as SB1020) - Tabled on 3rd reading, House Calendar 05/18/10


121.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation of federal funds to the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Commerce, the Department of Education and the Arts, the Department of Revenue, and to the State Rail Authority - Introduced 05/14/10 - To Finance - (Original same as SB1021) - Tabled on 3rd reading, House Calendar 05/18/10


122.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Higher Education Policy Commission, the WV Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses, and to the Board of Medicine - Introduced 05/14/10 - To Finance - (Original same as SB1022) - Tabled on 3rd reading, House Calendar 05/18/10


123.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Decreasing an item of appropriation from the Division of Highways, and adding a new item of appropriation to be designated as the Department of Transportation - Office of Administrative Hearings - Introduced 05/14/10 - To Finance - (Original same as SB1023) - Tabled on 3rd reading, House Calendar 05/18/10


*124.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Senate, to the House of Delegates, to the Joint Expenses, to the Department of Administration, the Department of Commerce, and to various other state agencies - Introduced 05/14/10 - To Finance - (Original same as SB1024) - Tabled on 3rd reading, House Calendar 05/18/10



ALL HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS OFFERED


101.
By Del. Caputo, Longstreth and Manchin - The "Howard 'Junkie' Masters Bridge" - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Rules


102.
By Del. Guthrie, Mahan, Moye, Susman, Wooton, Sumner, Skaff, Hunt, Wells, Spencer, Hatfield, Brown and Poore - The "Donnie Adkins Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 05/14/10 - To Rules


103.
By Del. Schoen - The "Wilma Ellen Hodges Leslie Memorial" - Introduced 05/14/10 - To Rules


104.
By Del. Schoen, Andes, Martin and Paxton - The "PFC Roger Lee Byus Memorial Bridge, Killed in Action, Vietnam 1969" - Introduced 05/14/10 - To Rules


105.
By Del. Boggs - The "Ray P. Reip Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 05/16/10 - To Rules


106.
By Del. Walker, D., Perry and Staggers - The "Staff Sergeant Arthur Coulter and Corporal E. J. Sizemore Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 05/16/10 - To Rules


107.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Providing for the issuance of not to exceed $45 million of refunding bonds pursuant to the "Safe Roads Amendment of 1996" - Introduced 05/17/10 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 05/17/10 - To Senate 05/17/10 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 05/17/10


HOUSE BILLS PASSED HOUSE AND COMMUNICATED TO SENATE


*109.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Providing for teacher empowerment teams - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as SB1001) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 05/16/10 - To Senate 05/16/10 - Committee reference dispensed - Amended - Senate reconsidered action - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 05/18/10 - Effective from passage - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 05/18/10



ALL SENATE BILLS PASSED BY SENATE

AND COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE


*1002.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to annual professional personnel evaluations in public schools - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Education - (original same as HB 111) - On 2nd reading to Education 05/13/10 - Com. sub. reported 05/16/10 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/17/10 - To House 05/17/10 - Reference dispensed - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 05/19/10 - Returned to 2nd reading, House Calendar 05/19/10 - Amended - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 05/19/10


1003.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Renaming conservation officers natural resources police officers - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as HB 103) - On 2nd reading to Judiciary then Finance 05/13/10 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/14/10 - Effective from passage - To House 05/14/10 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 05/16/10 - Effect from passage


1004.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Replacing references to "mentally retarded" with "intellectually disabled" - Introduced 05/13/10 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 05/13/10 - (original same as HB 102) - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/14/10 - To House 05/14/10 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 05/14/10


*1005.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to criminal offenses and penalties regarding firearms and ammunition sales - Introduced 05/13/10 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 05/13/10 - (original same as HB 101) - Com. sub. reported 05/13/10 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/14/10 - To House 05/14/10 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 05/14/10


*1006.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to alternative training and certification of principals and teachers - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Education - (original same as HB 110) - On 2nd reading to Education 05/13/10 - Com. sub. reported 05/17/10 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/17/10 - Effective from passage - To House 05/17/10 - Committed to Education on 2nd reading 05/17/10


1007.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Creating Charter Innovation Schools - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Education then Finance - (original same as HB 104) - On 2nd reading to Education then Finance 05/13/10 - 2nd reference dispensed - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/18/10 - Effective from passage - To House 05/18/10 - Read 1st to Education 05/18/10


*1008.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to compulsory comprehensive health screenings for students - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Education then Finance - (original same as HB 106 ) - On 2nd reading to Education then Finance 05/13/10 - Com. sub. reported 05/17/10 - On 2nd reading to Finance 05/17/10 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/18/10 - To House 05/18/10 - Read 1st to Education 05/18/10


*1009.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to improving performance of schools and school districts - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Education - (original same as HB 108) - On 2nd reading to Education 05/13/10 - Com. sub. reported 05/16/10 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/17/10 - Effective July 1, 2010 - To House 05/17/10 - Committed to Education on 2nd reading 05/17/10


1010.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Creating Behavioral Mental Health Services Fund - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Finance - (original same as HB 113) - On 2nd reading to Finance 05/13/10 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/14/10 - Effective from passage - To House 05/14/10 - To Finance - Read 1st time 05/16/10 - Passed House 05/18/10 - Effect from passage


1011.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Implementing temporary high risk pool program to provide certain health insurance coverage - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as HB 112) - On 2nd reading to Judiciary then Finance 05/13/10 - To Finance 05/13/10 - Passed Senate 05/16/10 - Effective from passage - To House 05/16/10 - Read 1st to Judiciary 05/16/10


1013.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to hiring professional school personnel - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Education - (original same as HB107) - On 2nd reading to Education 05/13/10 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 05/18/10 - Effective July 1, 2010 - To House 05/18/10 - Read 1st to Education 05/18/10


1014.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to Office of Economic Opportunity Community Services and Workforce WV - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Finance - (original same as HB 114) - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/15/10 - Effective from passage - To House 05/16/10 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 05/18/10 - Effect from passage


1015.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation from General Revenue to various accounts - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Finance - (original same as HB 115) - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/15/10 - Effective from passage - To House 05/16/10 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 05/18/10 - Effect from passage


1016.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of unappropriated moneys to Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Finance - (original same as HB 116) - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/15/10 - Effective from passage - To House 05/16/10 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 05/18/10 - Effect from passage


1017.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing, amending and increasing items from State Road Fund to Division of Highways - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Finance - (original same as HB 117) - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/15/10 - Effective from passage - To House 05/16/10 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 05/18/10 - Effect from passage


1018.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation from State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund to various accounts - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Finance - (original same as HB 118) - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/15/10 - Effective from passage - To House 05/16/10 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 05/18/10 - Effect from passage


1019.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation from unappropriated moneys to various accounts - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Finance - (original same as HB 119) - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/15/10 - Effective from passage - To House 05/16/10 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 05/18/10 - Effect from passage


1020.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to Workforce WV - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Finance - (original same as HB 120) - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/15/10 - Effective from passage - To House 05/16/10 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 05/18/10 - Effect from passage


1021.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to various accounts - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Finance - (original same as HB 121) - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/15/10 - Effective from passage - To House 05/16/10 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 05/18/10 - Effect from passage


1022.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of unappropriated moneys to various accounts - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Finance - (original same as HB 122) - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/15/10 - Effective from passage - To House 05/16/10 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 05/18/10 - Effect from passage


1023.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing and amending items from State Road Fund to Office of Administrative Hearings - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Finance - (original same as HB 123) - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 05/15/10 - Effective from passage - To House 05/16/10 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 05/18/10 - Effect from passage


1024.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation from State Fund, General Revenue, to various accounts - Introduced 05/13/10 - To Finance - (original same as HB 124) - Constitutional rule suspended - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 05/15/10 - Effective from passage - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered effective date and passage - Senate reconsidered action - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 05/16/10 - Effective from passage - To House 05/16/10 - Reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 05/18/10 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 05/18/10 - Effective from passage



HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY BOTH HOUSES


107.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Providing for the issuance of not to exceed $45 million of refunding bonds pursuant to the "Safe Roads Amendment of 1996" - Adopted 05/17/10



SENATE BILLS PASSED LEGISLATURE


1003.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Renaming conservation officers natural resources police officers - Passed 05/16/10; Effect from passage


1004.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Replacing references to "mentally retarded" with "intellectually disabled" - Passed 05/14/10


*1005.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to criminal offenses and penalties regarding firearms and ammunition sales - Passed 05/14/10


1010.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Creating Behavioral Mental Health Services Fund - Passed 05/18/10; Effect from passage


1014.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to Office of Economic Opportunity Community Services and Workforce WV - Passed 05/18/10; Effect from passage


1015.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation from General Revenue to various accounts - Passed 05/18/10; Effect from passage


1016.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of unappropriated moneys to Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses - Passed 05/18/10; Effect from passage


1017.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing, amending and increasing items from State Road Fund to Division of Highways - Passed 05/18/10; Effect from passage


1018.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation from State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund to various accounts - Passed 05/18/10; Effect from passage


1019.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation from unappropriated moneys to various accounts - Passed 05/18/10; Effect from passage


1020.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to Workforce WV - Passed 05/18/10; Effect from passage


1021.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to various accounts - Passed 05/18/10; Effect from passage


1022.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of unappropriated moneys to various accounts - Passed 05/18/10; Effect from passage


1023.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing and amending items from State Road Fund to Office of Administrative Hearings - Passed 05/18/10; Effect from passage


1024.
By Sen. Tomblin (Mr. President) [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation from State Fund, General Revenue, to various accounts - Passed 05/18/10; Effective from passage


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