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Senate Abstract


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HISTORY OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

CONSIDERED BY SENATE

Includes actions as of March 18, 2011


(This symbol * indicates Committee Substitutes.)


ALL SENATE BILLS INTRODUCED


(This digest embraces the complete bill list submitted.

If passed, all effective ninety days from passage unless otherwise indicated.)



*1.
By Sen. Yost, Barnes, Unger, Foster, Jenkins, Plymale, Sypolt, D. Facemire, Edgell, Beach and Williams - Observing week in which December 7 falls as Pearl Harbor and Military Appreciation week - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Military then Finance - Com. sub. reported 01/27/11 - To Finance 01/27/11


2.
By Sen. Yost, Barnes, Unger, Jenkins, Wells, Sypolt, D. Facemire and Williams - Providing campground fee discounts to certain National Guard members - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Natural Resources then Finance


3.
By Sen. Yost, Unger, Jenkins, Sypolt, D. Facemire and Edgell - Allowing National Guard members obtain free hunting and fishing licenses - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Natural Resources then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2830)


4.
By Sen. Yost, Unger, Jenkins, Plymale and Sypolt - Exempting military, National Guard and reserve income from state income tax - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Military then Finance - To Finance 02/01/11


5.
By Sen. Yost - Creating State Labor Relations Act - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


6.
By Sen. Yost, Unger, Jenkins, Plymale and Sypolt - Exempting all military retirement income from state income tax - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Military then Finance - To Finance 02/08/11


7.
By Sen. Yost, Sypolt and D. Facemire - Relating to motorcycle helmet exemptions; increasing safety fee - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance


8.
By Sen. Yost, Barnes, Wells, Sypolt and Stollings - Redesignating Division of Veterans' Affairs Department of Veterans' Assistance - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2761)


9.
By Sen. Foster - Prohibiting sale of tobacco products by pharmacies - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


10.
By Sen. Foster and Plymale - Providing one-time supplement to certain public employee and teacher annuitants - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Pensions then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2193, H. B. No. 2359, H. B. No. 2376, H. B. No. 2412, H. B. No. 2767, H. B. No. 3023 and H. B. No. 3145)


11.
By Sen. Foster and D. Facemire - Creating Prescription Record Privacy Act - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


12.
By Sen. Foster - Requiring Commissioner of Public Health assess health impact of certain rules proposed by DEP - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


13.
By Sen. Foster (By Request) - Creating Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Interstate Cooperation then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2710 and H. B. No. 2790)


14.
By Sen. Foster, Plymale and D. Facemire - Increasing retirement income exemption for certain state and federal retirees - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2364)


*15.
By Sen. Foster - Providing one-time bonus to certain public employee and teacher annuitants - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Pensions then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2193, H. B. No. 2359, H. B. No. 2376, H. B. No. 2412, H. B. No. 2767, H. B. No. 3023 and H. B. No. 3145) - Com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - Recommitted to Finance on 3rd reading 03/02/11


16.
By Sen. Foster - Reducing residency requirements for Purchasing Division's vendor preferences - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Government Organization then Finance


17.
By Sen. Foster, McCabe, Jenkins, Wells and Plymale - Creating Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2161 and H. B. No. 2694)


*18.
By Sen. Unger, Barnes, Foster and D. Facemire - Requiring alcohol awareness education courses for certain employees of retailers and licensed private clubs - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


19.
By Sen. Barnes, Jenkins, Sypolt and D. Facemire - Providing certain firefighters personal income tax credit - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Government Organization then Finance


20.
By Sen. Unger - Relating to recycling - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Natural Resources


21.
By Sen. Helmick, Barnes, Sypolt and D. Facemire - Relating to coalbed methane tax revenue distribution - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance


22.
By Sen. Plymale and Jenkins - Increasing Cultural Facilities and Capitol Resources Matching Grant Fund allocation from racetrack video lottery net terminal income - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/22/11


23.
By Sen. Barnes - Establishing municipalities' method for B&O taxes on gasoline distributors and dealers - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Government Organization then Finance


24.
By Sen. Unger and McCabe - Creating Green Buildings Act - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2024)


25.
By Sen. Foster - Creating Smoke Free WV Act - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


26.
By Sen. Barnes and Sypolt - Prohibiting gender-based abortions - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2196)


27.
By Sen. Barnes and Sypolt - Authorizing mixed martial arts competitions - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary


28.
By Sen. Barnes and Sypolt - Relating to care of certain aborted fetuses - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2090)


29.
By Sen. Williams, Plymale and D. Facemire - Requiring filing fees for write-in candidates for public office - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2417)


30.
By Sen. K. Facemyer and D. Facemire - Requiring boards of education hire most qualified person for extracurricular activities - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Education then Finance


31.
By Sen. K. Facemyer and D. Facemire - Increasing penalties for tobacco use by minors - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary


32.
By Sen. K. Facemyer and D. Facemire - Increasing maximum weight for six-axle trailers - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance


33.
By Sen. K. Facemyer and Williams - Creating Transition Program for Tobacco Farmers - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Agriculture then Finance


34.
By Sen. Williams and D. Facemire - Relating to sale and use of mini-trucks - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2150)


35.
By Sen. Snyder and Plymale - Increasing nonfamily adoption tax credit - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Finance 01/18/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


36.
By Sen. Jenkins - Creating Higher Education Community School Law - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Education then Finance


37.
By Sen. Jenkins - Expanding counties covered by WV Route 2 and I-68 Authority - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization


38.
By Sen. Jenkins, Barnes, Plymale, Sypolt and D. Facemire - Requiring certain defendants pay incarceration cost - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


39.
By Sen. Jenkins, Barnes, Plymale and Sypolt - Allowing temporary detention of certain criminal suspects - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2466)


*40.
By Sen. Jenkins - Excluding certain taxicab companies from Workers' Compensation Fund liability - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3215) - Com. sub. reported 02/21/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/21/11


41.
By Sen. Jenkins, Foster, Stollings and Williams - Creating Jobs Impact Statement Act - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2795)


42.
By Sen. Jenkins and Plymale - Relating to civil liability immunity for certain parks and recreation district operators - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary


43.
By Sen. Jenkins and Williams - Creating Asbestos Claims Transparency Act - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2686)


44.
By Sen. Jenkins and Plymale - Providing earned income tax credit to certain taxpayers with qualifying children - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Finance


45.
By Sen. Jenkins - Providing method of appraising certain affordable multifamily rental property for ad valorem property taxes - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3156)


46.
By Sen. Jenkins - Creating Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Interstate Cooperation then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2710 and H. B. No. 2790)


47.
By Sen. Minard and Barnes - Relating to disclosure requirements of mortgage licenses and fees - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Banking and Insurance


48.
By Sen. Minard, D. Facemire, Beach and Williams - Creating Jackson's Mill 4-H Camp Tax Checkoff Program - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Agriculture then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3083) - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/15/11


49.
By Sen. Minard - Relating to loan review services by Division of Banking employees - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


50.
By Sen. Minard, D. Facemire, Beach and Williams - Increasing number of magistrate court deputy clerks - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 3142)


51.
By Sen. Minard and Barnes - Requiring registration of certain persons engaged in consumer credit sales and other activities - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Banking and Insurance


52.
By Sen. Minard, Jenkins and D. Facemire - Exempting Social Security income from state income tax - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2218, H. B. No. 2337, H. B. No. 2659 and H. B. No. 2916)


53.
By Sen. Minard - Relating to underwriting of nonstate employer groups by PEIA - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


54.
By Sen. Minard, D. Facemire and Williams - Relating to private investments for additional lodging at Stonewall Jackson Lake State Park - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Natural Resources then Finance


55.
By Sen. Minard - Clarifying confidentiality of local government audit-supporting documentation - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2492)


56.
By Sen. Jenkins, Barnes, Sypolt and Williams - Creating Asbestos Claims Transparency Act - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2686)


57.
By Sen. Jenkins, McCabe, Barnes and Sypolt - Relating to nonpartisan election of Supreme Court Justices - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2488 and H. B. No. 2497)


58.
By Sen. Snyder, Unger and D. Facemire - Creating Commuter Rail Access Act - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance


59.
By Sen. Barnes and Sypolt - Limiting certain distribution of public moneys by elected officials - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


*60.
By Sen. Foster - Relating to certain supervisory duties of circuit probation officers - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2460) - Com. sub. reported 01/19/11 - Passed Senate 01/24/11 - Effective from passage - To House 01/25/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/04/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*61.
By Sen. Foster - Relating generally to juvenile drug courts - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2461) - Clerk's Note - To Finance 01/20/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/11/11 - Passed Senate 02/16/11 - To House 02/17/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/04/11 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


62.
By Sen. K. Facemyer (By Request) - Increasing criminal penalties for violations of WV Contractor Licensing Act - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary


*63.
By Sen. K. Facemyer - Relating to Board of Pharmacy and controlled substances - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 01/26/11 - To Judiciary 01/26/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 02/02/11 - Title amended - To House 02/03/11 - To Judiciary


*64.
By Sen. Jenkins - Permitting unlicensed personnel to administer or assist in administering medications in certain circumstances - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2021) - Com. sub. reported 02/25/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/25/11


65.
By Sen. Yost and Sypolt - Exempting certain military members' motor vehicles from personal property taxation - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance


*66.
By Sen. Browning - Relating to use of low-speed vehicles in municipalities - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization - (original same as H. B. No. 3186) - On 2nd reading to Government Organization 02/21/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/07/11


67.
By Sen. Yost, Foster, Jenkins, Miller and Sypolt - Requiring those arrested for felony submit to DNA sample - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2858 - similar to H. B. No. 2867)


68.
By Sen. Foster, Stollings, Jenkins, Wells and Beach - Creating WV Oral Health Improvement Act - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


69.
By Sen. Sypolt, Barnes, Jenkins, D. Facemire and Williams - Providing immunity for fire chiefs and line officers under Governmental Tort Claims and Insurance Reform Act - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2473 and H. B. No. 2751) - To Judiciary 02/03/11


*70.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Budget Bill - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2012) - Com. sub. reported 03/09/11 - Amended - Recommitted to Finance on 3rd reading 03/12/11


*71.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Browning, Wills, Barnes, Unger, Jenkins, Palumbo, Laird, Klempa and Miller - Making child neglect creating substantial risk of bodily harm a misdemeanor - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 01/25/11 - Passed Senate 01/28/11 - To House 01/31/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


72.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Snyder, Browning, Wills, Unger, Palumbo, Foster, McCabe, Beach, Klempa, Plymale, Edgell, D. Facemire, Wells, Williams, Miller, Laird, Stollings, Yost, Prezioso, Minard and Green - Defining "president", "speaker" and "presiding officer" - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Judiciary


73.
By Sen. Foster, Klempa and Plymale - Requiring insurers provide colorectol screening coverage for certain individuals - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


74.
By Sen. Foster, Browning, Hall, Klempa and Plymale - Providing one-time supplement to certain retired teachers - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Pensions then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2113)


75.
By Sen. Foster, Browning, Hall and Plymale - Exempting Teachers Retirement System income from state income tax - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Pensions then Finance -


76.
By Sen. Foster, Browning, Hall and Plymale - Providing cost-of-living adjustment for certain Teachers Retirement System members - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Pensions then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2113)


77.
By Sen. Foster and Hall - Creating medication therapy management services program for Medicaid recipients - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


*78.
By Sen. Foster, Stollings, Hall and Klempa - Requiring parental consent and accompaniment for minor to use tanning device - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/03/11 - Passed Senate 02/08/11 - To House 02/09/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/01/11


79.
By Sen. Foster and Klempa - Requiring safety features on all new residential hot water heaters - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Judiciary


*80.
By Sen. Foster, Stollings, Hall, Palumbo, Beach and Klempa - Redefining basis for disqualification of prospective jurors - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 01/21/11 - To Judiciary 01/21/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 01/25/11 - Passed Senate 01/28/11 - Effective from passage - To House 01/31/11 - To Judiciary


81.
By Sen. Foster - Creating WV Swimming Pool Safety Act - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Judiciary


*82.
By Sen. Foster, Stollings, Beach, Klempa and Plymale - Relating to a child's right to nurse - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/23/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/04/11


83.
By Sen. Sypolt, Browning, Barnes, Jenkins, Hall, Plymale and Williams - Limiting landowner's liability for injuries occurring on property while hunting - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3049)


84.
By Sen. Sypolt, Barnes and Hall - Creating WV Firearms Freedom Act - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2705)


85.
By Sen. Sypolt and Hall - Changing qualifier for low income for senior citizens' homestead tax credit - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


86.
By Sen. Sypolt and Hall - Requiring equal numbers of members from each magisterial district on county planning commissions - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2463)


87.
By Sen. Sypolt and Barnes - Prohibiting certain abortions at state facilities - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


88.
By Sen. Laird, Barnes, Yost, Wills, Hall, Klempa, Miller and Plymale - Increasing penalties for correctional employee engaging in sexual relations with incarcerated person - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2467 - similar to H. B. No. 2158)


89.
By Sen. Laird, Barnes, Yost, Hall, Foster, Klempa and Plymale - Including certain Division of Juvenile Services records in exemptions from Freedom of Information Act requests - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2475) - To Judiciary 01/21/11


90.
By Sen. Palumbo, Foster, Plymale, McCabe and Klempa - Establishing Equal Employment Opportunity Office within Office of Governor - Introduced 01/14/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2499 - similar to H. B. No. 2535)


91.
By Sen. Laird, Barnes, Green, Yost, Foster and Plymale - Allowing correctional industries directly purchase workers' compensation coverage for certain inmates - Introduced 01/14/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2517)


92.
By Sen. Laird, Barnes, Green, Yost, Foster and Plymale - Relating to assignment of persons to centers housing young adult offenders - Introduced 01/14/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2520)


*93.
By Sen. Laird, Barnes, Green, Yost, Foster and Plymale - Relating to escape from custody of Director of Juvenile Services - Introduced 01/14/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2518) - Com. sub. reported 01/21/11 - To Judiciary 01/21/11 - Passed Senate 02/01/11 - To House 02/02/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


94.
By Sen. Sypolt - Updating surveyor terminology and plat preparation - Introduced 01/14/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/10/11


95.
By Sen. Sypolt, Barnes, Klempa and Williams - Redefining basis for disqualification of prospective jurors - Introduced 01/14/11 - To Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 3193)


*96.
By Sen. Laird, Miller, Plymale, Browning, Unger and D. Facemire - Relating generally to certain county officials - Introduced 01/17/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2927) - Com. sub. reported 02/11/11 - To Finance 02/11/11 - Passed Senate 02/25/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 02/25/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/10/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


97.
By Sen. Unger, Foster, Hall, Plymale and D. Facemire - Establishing independent dispute resolution process for nursing homes - Introduced 01/17/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2522 - similar to H. B. No. 2427)


98.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Beach, Klempa, Yost and D. Facemire - Allowing certain organizations use electronic or mechanical devices to conduct raffles - Introduced 01/17/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2516)


99.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Klempa, Yost and D. Facemire - Allowing workers' compensation for mental illness resulting from being victim of crime - Introduced 01/17/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


100.
By Sen. Wells, Williams, Yost, Sypolt, Foster, Plymale, Browning, Jenkins, Unger, Laird, Stollings, Klempa and D. Facemire - Establishing program to promote veteran friendly communities - Introduced 01/17/11 - To Military then Finance - To Finance 02/01/11


101.
By Sen. Palumbo, Foster, Jenkins, Wells, Laird, Klempa, Yost and D. Facemire - Creating Equal Pay Coordinator within Office of Governor - Introduced 01/17/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2535 - similar to H. B. No. 2499)


102.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Commissioner of Agriculture promulgate legislative rule relating to apiaries - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/01/11


103.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Commissioner of Agriculture promulgate legislative rule relating to inspection of meat and poultry - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/01/11


104.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Commissioner of Agriculture promulgate legislative rule relating to general groundwater protection rules for fertilizers and manures - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Agriculture then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/01/11


105.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists promulgate legislative rule relating to procedures, criteria and curricula for examinations and licensure of barbers, cosmetologists, manicurists and aestheticians - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/27/11


106.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists promulgate legislative rule relating to qualifications, training and examination of licensure of instructors - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/27/11


107.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists promulgate legislative rule relating to operational standards for schools of barbering and beauty culture - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/27/11


108.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists promulgate legislative rule relating to schedule of fees - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/28/11


109.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Consolidated Public Retirement Board promulgate legislative rule relating to general provisions - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Pensions then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/01/11


110.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Consolidated Public Retirement Board promulgate legislative rule relating to Teachers' Defined Contribution Retirement System - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Pensions then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/01/11


111.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Consolidated Public Retirement Board promulgate legislative rule relating to Public Employees Retirement System - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/28/11


*112.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Department of Administration promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/28/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/22/11 - Passed Senate 02/25/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/25/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/11/11 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


113.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Consolidated Public Retirement Board promulgate legislative rule relating to State Police - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/28/11


114.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to ambient air quality standards - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/03/11


115.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to standards of performance for new stationary sources - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/03/11


116.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to hazardous waste management systems - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/03/11


117.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to permits for construction and major modification of major stationary sources of air pollution which cause or contribute to nonattainment - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/03/11


118.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to control of air pollution from hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facilities - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/03/11


119.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to emission standards for hazardous air pollutants - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/03/11


120.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to monitoring well design standards - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/01/11


*121.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/01/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/01/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/11/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/17/11 - Senate reconsidered action - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor 03/18/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effective ninety days from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


122.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to requirements governing water quality standards - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/08/11


123.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Ethics Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to forms - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


124.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Governor's Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction promulgate legislative rule relating to law-enforcement training standards - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


125.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Governor's Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction promulgate legislative rule relating to protocol for law-enforcement response to domestic violence - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


126.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to requirements for licensure of nonprofit corporations for conservator service - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/02/11


127.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Health Care Authority promulgate legislative rule relating to certificates of need - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/02/11


128.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to specialized multipatient medical transport - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/09/11


129.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to public water systems - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/02/11


130.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to food manufacturing facilities - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/02/11


131.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to fire department rapid response services licensure - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/09/11


132.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to cancer registry - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/02/11


133.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to maternal risk screening - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/02/11


134.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Commissioner of Highways promulgate legislative rule relating to Community Empowerment Transportation Act Program - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


135.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Commissioner of Highways promulgate legislative rule relating to use of state road rights-of-way and adjacent areas - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


136.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Commissioner of Highways promulgate legislative rule relating to transportation of hazardous wastes upon roads and highways - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


137.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to suitability in annuity transactions - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/11/11


138.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to insurance adjusters - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/11/11


139.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to long-term care insurance - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


140.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to actuarial opinion and memorandum - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


141.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to property and casualty actuarial opinions - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


142.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to credit life insurance, credit accident and sickness insurance and credit unemployment insurance - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


143.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to credit personal property - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


144.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to self-insurance pools for political subdivisions - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


145.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to valuation of life insurance companies - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


146.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to recognition of preferred mortality tables for use in determining minimum reserve liabilities - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


147.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to professional employer organizations - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


148.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to health maintenance organization point-of-service option - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


149.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Division of Labor promulgate legislative rule relating to Elevator Safety Act - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Labor then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/27/11


150.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Division of Labor promulgate legislative rule relating to supervision of elevator mechanics and apprentices - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Labor then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/27/11


151.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Division of Labor promulgate legislative rule relating to Crane Operator Certification Act - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Labor then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/27/11


152.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Division of Labor promulgate legislative rule relating to Crane Operator Certification Act--practical examination - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Labor then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/27/11


153.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DMV promulgate legislative rule relating to Motor Vehicle Inspection Manual - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


154.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DNR promulgate legislative rule relating to special motorboating regulations - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/01/11


155.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DNR promulgate legislative rule relating to prohibitions when hunting and trapping - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/01/11


156.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DNR promulgate legislative rule relating to general hunting - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/01/11


157.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Optometry promulgate legislative rule relating to rules of the board - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/27/11


158.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Optometry promulgate legislative rule relating to continuing education - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/02/11


159.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Optometry promulgate legislative rule relating to schedule of fees - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/28/11


160.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Optometry promulgate legislative rule relating to examination and scoring policy - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/09/11


161.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Optometry promulgate legislative rule relating to licensure by endorsement - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/09/11


162.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Optometry promulgate legislative rule relating to contact lenses that contain and deliver pharmaceutical agents' certificates - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/09/11


163.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Osteopathy promulgate legislative rule relating to osteopathic physician assistants - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


164.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Osteopathy promulgate legislative rule relating to fees for services rendered by board - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/28/11


165.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Pharmacy promulgate legislative rule relating to licensure and practice of pharmacy - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


166.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Pharmacy promulgate legislative rule relating to controlled substances monitoring - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


167.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Physical Therapy promulgate legislative rule relating to general provisions - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


168.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Physical Therapy promulgate legislative rule relating to fees for physical therapists and physical therapist assistants - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/28/11


169.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Physical Therapy promulgate legislative rule relating to general provisions for athletic trainers - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


170.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Physical Therapy promulgate legislative rule relating to fees for athletic trainers - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/28/11


171.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Sanitarians promulgate legislative rule relating to interim fee schedule - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/02/11


172.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Sanitarians promulgate legislative rule relating to practice of public health sanitation - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/02/11


173.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Secretary of State promulgate legislative rule relating to Combined Voter Registration and Driver Licensing Fund - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/01/11


174.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DOT promulgate legislative rule relating to valuation of used rolling stock and equipment - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/04/11


175.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing State Tax Department promulgate legislative rule relating to commercial patent incentives tax credit - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/08/11


176.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing State Tax Department promulgate legislative rule relating to exchange of information agreement between State Tax Department and WV Lottery - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/08/11


*177.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Department of Revenue promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/08/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/22/11 - Passed Senate 02/25/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/25/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/11/11 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


178.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Veterinary Medicine promulgate legislative rule relating to organization and operation and licensing of veterinarians - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


179.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Veterinary Medicine promulgate legislative rule relating to registration of veterinary technicians - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 01/26/11


180.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Veterinary Medicine promulgate legislative rule relating to standards of practice - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/09/11


181.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Veterinary Medicine promulgate legislative rule relating to certified animal euthanasia technicians - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/02/11


182.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Veterinary Medicine promulgate legislative rule relating to schedule of fees - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/02/11


183.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Workforce West Virginia promulgate legislative rule relating to employer violator system - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Economic Development then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/02/11


184.
By Sen. Wells, D. Facemire, Williams, Yost, Sypolt, Jenkins, Unger, Plymale, Hall, Laird, Minard and Klempa - Relating to disposition of remains of military service member who dies while serving in military - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Military then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2544) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 02/01/11 - To House 02/02/11 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 02/04/11 - To Governor 02/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/1/11


185.
By Sen. Wells, Williams, Yost, Sypolt, Unger, Plymale, Hall, Laird, Minard and Klempa - Relating to unemployment benefits for certain spouses of military personnel - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Military then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2543) - To Finance 01/27/11


*186.
By Sen. Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Chafin, Hall, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Palumbo, Snyder, Williams, Edgell, Wells, Unger, Browning, Plymale, Miller, Nohe and Klempa - Relating to issuing subpoena to aid in criminal investigations involving certain crimes against minors - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2546) - Com. sub. reported 02/03/11 - Passed Senate 02/08/11 - To House 02/09/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/10/11 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


187.
By Sen. Sypolt - Allowing Director of Office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training discretion when imposing certain penalties - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2807)


188.
By Sen. Sypolt and Hall - Relating to WV Geographical Information System - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2789)


189.
By Sen. Wells, D. Facemire, Williams, Yost, Sypolt, Jenkins, Unger, Foster, Hall, Laird and Klempa - Creating Interstate Compact on Education Opportunity for Military Children Act - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Interstate Cooperation then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2550) - To Finance 01/27/11


190.
By Sen. Jenkins, Snyder, Browning, Palumbo, Sypolt, Wells, Plymale, Minard and Klempa - Relating generally to estates and trusts - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2551)


191.
By Sen. Sypolt, Klempa, Hall, Williams, Boley, Tucker, Nohe and Yost - Relating to jury selection in felony cases - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Judiciary


192.
By Sen. Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President), Barnes, Browning, Palumbo, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Unger, Foster, Plymale, Minard and Klempa - Protecting consumers from price gouging and unfair pricing practices - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2537) - Passed Senate 02/01/11 - To House 02/02/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Senate insisted that House recede 03/12/11 - House receded and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*193.
By Sen. Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Chafin, Hall, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Palumbo, Snyder, Williams, Unger and Plymale - Relating to law-enforcement certification generally - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2538) - Com. sub. reported 02/17/11 - Passed Senate 02/22/11 - To House 02/23/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*194.
By Sen. Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Chafin, Hall, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Palumbo, Snyder, Williams, Wells, Unger, Browning, Plymale and Miller - Authorizing State Police enter into agreement with Marshall University Forensic Science Center for certain DNA testing - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2539) - Com. sub. reported 01/28/11 - To Finance 01/28/11


*195.
By Sen. Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President), Barnes, Browning, Palumbo, Stollings, Williams and Plymale - Relating to requirements to serve as magistrate - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2540) - Com. sub. reported 02/03/11 - Passed Senate 02/08/11 - To House 02/09/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amendments pending - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


*196.
By Sen. Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Chafin, Hall, Laird, Minard, Palumbo, Snyder, Williams, Plymale, Klempa and Jenkins - Relating to criminal offenses of robbery and attempted robbery - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2541) - Com. sub. reported 02/07/11 - Passed Senate 02/10/11 - To House 02/11/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 03/10/11 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


197.
By Sen. Sypolt and Jenkins - Requiring State Board of Education create school drug safety program - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Education then Finance


198.
By Sen. Klempa, Unger, Jenkins, Fanning, Plymale and Kessler (Acting President) - Requiring study of feasibility of consolidation of government services and enforcement of laws pertaining to motor carrier industry - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2530)


199.
By Sen. Klempa, Yost, Snyder and Kessler (Acting President) - Establishing certain requirements for pawnbrokers - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2512)


*200.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), McCabe, Stollings, Plymale, Prezioso, Yost and Klempa - Correcting names of state institutions of higher education - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Education then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2919) - Com. sub. reported 01/26/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 01/31/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/02/11 - Reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 02/07/11 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 02/08/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 02/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/1/11


*201.
By Sen. McCabe, Browning, Foster, Wells, Stollings, Klempa and Kessler (Acting President) - Creating Energy Efficient Building Act - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2890) - Com. sub. reported 02/15/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/15/11


*202.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Hall, Unger, Wells, Stollings, Plymale, Prezioso, Wills and Klempa - Creating commission to develop pilot program to help at-risk youth - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/24/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Finance


203.
By Sen. Klempa, Browning, Yost and Kessler (Acting President) - Requiring disclosure of subcontractors within certain time for public construction contracts - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Judiciary


204.
By Sen. Klempa, Miller, Stollings, Prezioso, Wills, Yost and Kessler (Acting President) - Requiring employees at certain construction projects complete OSHA approved safety program - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance


205.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Updating certain terms in Corporation Net Income Tax Act - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2650) - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/10/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/11/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 02/18/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 02/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/2/11


206.
By Sen. Prezioso, Palumbo, Edgell, Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Minard, Unger, Williams, Boley, Jenkins, Snyder, Wells, Stollings, Plymale, Laird, Miller, Yost and Klempa - Creating Office of Child Advocacy - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2558)


207.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Reducing consumers sales and service tax on food - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2649 - similar to H. B. No. 2977)


208.
By Sen. Unger, Klempa, Jenkins, Plymale, Snyder, Browning, McCabe and Stollings - Creating WV Transportation Finance Commission - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2561)


209.
By Sen. Unger, Klempa, K. Facemyer, Jenkins, Plymale, Foster, Snyder, Browning, McCabe, Stollings, Palumbo, Minard, Williams, Yost, Sypolt, Barnes and Kessler (Acting President) - Creating misdemeanor offense of operating motor vehicle while texting - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2555)


*210.
By Sen. Wells, Browning, Foster, Stollings and Plymale - Reimbursing certain fees for course work completed by teachers - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2563 - similar to H. B. No. 2041) - Com. sub. reported 02/18/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/18/11


211.
By Sen. Wells, Browning, Foster, Laird, Snyder, Stollings, Plymale and Miller - Relating to provisions allowing employment of retired teachers as substitutes - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2556 - similar to H. B. No. 2523)


212.
By Sen. Wells, Foster, Browning and Stollings - Relating to employment of personnel in public schools - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2560)


*213.
By Sen. Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Chafin, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Palumbo, Snyder, Williams, Hall, Unger, Browning, Wells, Stollings, Plymale, Prezioso, Miller, Yost, Klempa and Beach - Relating to crimes using computers, telephones and electronic devices - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3029) - Com. sub. reported 01/27/11 - Passed Senate 02/01/11 - To House 02/02/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/10/11 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


214.
By Sen. Foster, Jenkins, Prezioso, Yost, Wells, McCabe, Stollings, Plymale, Laird, Minard, Klempa and Kessler (Acting President) - Creating Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2161)


215.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Updating certain terms in Personal Income Tax Act - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2692) - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/10/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/11/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 02/18/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 02/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/2/11


*216.
By Sen. Prezioso, Palumbo, Edgell, Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Minard, Unger, Williams, Boley, Jenkins, Snyder, Browning, McCabe, Stollings, Plymale, Laird, Miller, Klempa and Nohe - Modifying definition "imminent danger to physical well-being of a child" - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2707) - Com. sub. reported 01/27/11 - Passed Senate 02/01/11 - To House 02/02/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/04/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/07/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


217.
By Sen. Minard - Relating to confidentiality of certain information provided to Insurance Commissioner - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2745)


218.
By Sen. Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President), Palumbo, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Browning, Wells, Plymale, Laird, Miller, Fanning, Minard and Klempa - Requiring insurance coverage for autism spectrum disorders - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2693) - To Finance 02/09/11


*219.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to maintaining solvency of Unemployment Compensation Fund - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2691) - Com. sub. reported 02/11/11 - Passed Senate 02/16/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/17/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/17/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


220.
By Sen. Jenkins, Snyder, Browning, Palumbo, McCabe, Plymale and Minard - Creating Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act - Introduced 01/20/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2710) - To Finance 01/27/11


221.
By Sen. Foster and Plymale - Determining Deputy Sheriff Retirement System employer contribution rate - Introduced 01/20/11 - To Pensions then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2766)


222.
By Sen. Foster - Relating to Municipal Police Officers and Firefighters Retirement System - Introduced 01/20/11 - To Pensions then Government Organization - (original same as H. B. No. 2764) - To Government Organization 02/01/11 - Passed Senate 02/14/11 - To House 02/15/11 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


223.
By Sen. Foster, Chafin, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Palumbo, Snyder, Williams, Hall, Nohe, Plymale, Miller, Klempa and Kessler (Acting President) - Relating to civil and criminal forfeiture actions related to criminal activity - Introduced 01/20/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2713 - similar to H. B. No. 3044)


224.
By Sen. McCabe, Foster, Wells and Kessler (Acting President) - Repealing article banning nuclear power plants' construction - Introduced 01/20/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary


*225.
By Sen. McCabe, Browning, Unger, Foster, Jenkins, Stollings, Wells, Minard and Klempa - Creating WV Innovation and Development Act - Introduced 01/20/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/21/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/21/11


226.
By Sen. McCabe, Snyder, Wells, Klempa and Kessler (Acting President) - Prohibiting discrimination based on age or sexual orientation - Introduced 01/20/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2045)


*227.
By Sen. Browning, Unger, Plymale, Kessler (Acting President), McCabe, Prezioso, Stollings, Klempa, Foster, Jenkins and Minard - Relating to Creative Communities Development Pilot Program - Introduced 01/20/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2448 - similar to H. B. No. 2422) - Com. sub. reported 02/07/11 - To Finance 02/07/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/15/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/17/11 - To House 02/18/11 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance - To House Finance 03/04/11


*228.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Creating Local Solution Dropout Prevention and Recovery Act - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2739) - Com. sub. reported 02/16/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/16/11 - Passed Senate 02/25/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/25/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*229.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Creating Math and Science Teacher Loan Assistance Program - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2738) - Com. sub. reported 02/09/11 - To Finance 02/09/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 03/01/11 - To Education then Finance


230.
By Sen. Foster and Klempa - Relating to plans administered by Consolidated Public Retirement Board - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Pensions then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2765)


*231.
By Sen. Foster - Relating to elevator workers' licensure exemptions - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Labor then Government Organization - (original same as H. B. No. 2700) - Com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 03/03/11 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


232.
By Sen. Stollings - Authorizing Boone County Commission transfer title and interests in Boone Memorial Hospital - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2696)


*233.
By Sen. McCabe, Browning, Foster, Unger, Edgell, Wells, Stollings, Nohe, Klempa, Wills, Miller and Kessler (Acting President) - Establishing modification reducing federal adjusted gross income for recent graduates of higher education institutions - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


*234.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Revising Municipal Economic Opportunity Development District Act - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2760) - To Finance 02/10/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/15/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/17/11 - To House 02/18/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/09/11 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*235.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Revising County Economic Opportunity Development District Act - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2762) - To Finance 02/10/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/15/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/17/11 - To House 02/18/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/09/11 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


236.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing for annual evaluation of professional personnel in public schools - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Education - (original same as H. B. No. 2757)


237.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to improvement of schools and school districts - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2756)


*238.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Redesignating Division of Veterans' Affairs as Department of Veterans' Assistance - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Military then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2761) - To Finance 02/11/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/18/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 02/23/11 - To House 02/23/11 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/17/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor 03/18/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/29/11


239.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Extending period higher education institutes have to deposit moneys into research endowments - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2758) - To Finance 02/02/11 - Passed Senate 02/14/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/15/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*240.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Allowing Director of Purchasing Division conduct reverse auctions to purchase commodities - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2759) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


*241.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to Division of Tourism and Tourism Commission - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2835) - Com. sub. reported 02/03/11 - To Finance 02/03/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 02/22/11 - To House 02/23/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*242.
By Sen. Stollings, Foster, McCabe, Kessler (Acting President), Miller, Laird, Fanning and Klempa - Dedicating portion of coal severance tax to county of origin - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2366 and H. B. No. 2912) - Com. sub. reported 02/03/11 - To Finance 02/03/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/11/11 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 03/12/11 - House refused to recede and requested conference 03/12/11 - To conference 03/12/11


*243.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to Neighborhood Investment Program Act - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2836) - Com. sub. reported 02/15/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/15/11 - Passed Senate 02/22/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 02/23/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/12/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


244.
By Sen. Snyder, Kessler (Acting President), Browning, Foster, Laird, Yost, Beach, Wells, Edgell, McCabe, Stollings, Plymale, Miller, Fanning and Klempa - Defining ownership of coalbed methane when no deed has expressed ownership - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2842)


*245.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Snyder, Browning, Foster, Laird, Yost, Stollings, Beach, Fanning, Unger, Wills, Barnes, Miller, Edgell, McCabe, Plymale, Klempa and Williams - Relating to protection of Chesapeake Bay Watershed - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2844) - Com. sub. reported 02/15/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/15/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - Title amended - To House 03/02/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


246.
By Sen. Minard, D. Facemire, Wells and Kessler (Acting President) - Including Salem International University as eligible institution to continue to receive PROMISE scholarship funds - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2100)


*247.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Exempting certain construction contractor purchases from consumers sales, service and use tax - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2837) - Com. sub. reported 02/09/11 - To Finance 02/09/11 - Passed Senate 02/22/11 - To House 02/23/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*248.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Snyder, Browning, Yost, Foster, Plymale, McCabe and Klempa - Relating to coal slurry disposal - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2850) - Com. sub. reported 02/25/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/25/11


*249.
By Sen. McCabe, Browning, Unger, Jenkins, Foster, Wells, Stollings, Klempa, Miller and Kessler (Acting President) - Creating WV Manufacturing Competitiveness and Growth Act - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/07/11 - To Finance 02/07/11


250.
By Sen. Miller, Unger, Laird, Sypolt and Klempa - Making driving under influence of alcohol, controlled substances or drugs and causing serious bodily harm felony - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2803 - similar to H. B. No. 2495, H. B. No. 2670, H. B. No. 2747 and H. B. No. 2922)


251.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to alternative principal and teacher certification - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2838)


252.
By Sen. Minard, Jenkins and Kessler (Acting President) - Expanding subsidy for certain enrollees in model health plan for uninsurable individuals - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2876)


*253.
By Sen. Minard and Jenkins - Amending insurance code with respect to holding companies - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Banking and Insurance - (original same as H. B. No. 2877) - Com. sub. reported 02/16/11 - Passed Senate 02/21/11 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To House 02/22/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Amended - Passed House 03/11/11 - Effect July 1, 2012 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


254.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to Development Office and Division of Human Services - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Finance - - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/03/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/04/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 02/18/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 02/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/2/11


255.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of unappropriated moneys to various accounts - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Finance - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/03/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/04/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 02/14/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 02/23/11 - Approved by Governor 2/25/11


*256.
By Sen. Beach, Jenkins, Miller, Nohe, Klempa and Barnes - Requiring sex offenders verify e-mail and online identities - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/01/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/03/11 - To House 02/04/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/04/11 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/07/11 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


257.
By Sen. Beach, Williams and Kessler (Acting President) - Providing additional magistrate court clerk to Monongalia County - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


258.
By Sen. Snyder, Kessler (Acting President), Browning, Foster, Laird, Yost, Beach, Plymale, McCabe and Klempa - Creating Hydraulic Fracturing and Horizontal Drilling Gas Act - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2878)


*259.
By Sen. Foster - Relating to state police disability examinations, reinstatement and retirement - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Pensions then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2863) - Com. sub. reported 02/08/11 - To Finance 02/08/11


260.
By Sen. Beach, Klempa, Unger, Foster, Edgell, Miller and Snyder - Creating offense of unlawful use of wireless communication device while operating motor vehicle - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2555)


*261.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing for special primary and general election to fill vacancy in office of Governor - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2853 - similar to H. B. No. 2552) - Com. sub. reported 01/28/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 01/28/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/01/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/02/11 - Reference dispensed - Tabled on 1st reading, House Calendar 02/03/11


262.
By Sen. Sypolt and Prezioso - Making English official language of WV - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2409)


*263.
By Sen. Beach and Klempa - Relating to special plates for testing of vehicles operated by certain nonprofit corporations - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2746) - Com. sub. reported 01/31/11 - To Finance 01/31/11 - Passed Senate 02/22/11 - To House 02/23/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/09/11 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/17/11 - Senate reconsidered action - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor 03/18/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


264.
By Sen. Beach, Snyder, Laird, Yost, Green and Williams - Regulating outdoor advertising signs containing numerical displays of lights or movable components - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2875)


*265.
By Sen. Palumbo, Barnes, Laird and Plymale - Authorizing Board of Parole, with sentencing court's concurrence, modify or waive parolee's restrictions relating to minors - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/04/11 - Passed Senate 02/09/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/10/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Laid over until 3/9/11 - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


266.
By Sen. Snyder, Edgell, Plymale, Miller and Laird - Authorizing real property transfer tax collected by state be paid to counties - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 02/03/11


267.
By Sen. Minard and McCabe - Increasing fine or penalty Commissioner of Banking may impose on residential mortgage brokers and lenders - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Banking and Insurance - (original same as H. B. No. 2962) - Recommitted to Banking and Insurance on 2nd reading 02/22/11


*268.
By Sen. Laird, Foster, Kessler (Acting President) and Yost - Establishing driver's license restoration program - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/21/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance 03/04/11


269.
By Sen. Laird, Stollings, Snyder, Williams and Yost - Creating personal income tax deduction for persons who have their pets spayed or neutered - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Finance


*270.
By Sen. Laird, Snyder and Foster - Relating to Employee Suggestion Award Program - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2054) - Com. sub. reported 02/09/11 - To Finance 02/09/11


271.
By Sen. Beach and Williams - Relating generally to Environmental Protection Advisory Council - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary


*272.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to WV Tax Increment Financing Act - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2852) - Com. sub. reported 02/17/11 - To Finance 02/17/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/22/11 - Passed Senate 02/25/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/25/11 - To Finance


273.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing one-time supplemental salary increase for certain state employees - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2879 - similar to H. B. No. 2029)


274.
By Sen. Minard, McCabe and Plymale - Allowing Commissioner of Banking assess state banks on quarterly basis - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Banking and Insurance - (original same as H. B. No. 2882) - Recommitted to Banking and Insurance on 2nd reading 02/22/11


275.
By Sen. Foster and Beach - Relating to certain nursing care provisions - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


276.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Jenkins, Plymale, Green, Minard, Nohe and Klempa - Criminalizing sale and use of synthetic cannabinoids - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Judiciary


*277.
By Sen. Palumbo, McCabe, Jenkins, Foster, Minard, Nohe and Klempa - Limiting amount property reappraisal can increase over previous amount - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2672 and H. B. No. 2944) - Com. sub. reported 02/17/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/17/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Finance


278.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Laird, Fanning, Unger, Foster, Stollings, Miller, Nohe, Klempa, Beach and Williams - Creating misdemeanor crime of unlawful restraint - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2864)


*279.
By Sen. Foster, Unger, D. Facemire, Minard and Klempa - Relating to work camps for nonviolent offenders - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/22/11 - Passed Senate 02/25/11 - To House 02/25/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 03/07/11


*280.
By Sen. Plymale, Barnes, Foster, Wells and Beach - Changing certain deadlines associated with employment of service and school personnel - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 02/09/11 - Passed Senate 02/14/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 02/15/11 - To Education


*281.
By Sen. Barnes, Klempa, Hall, Boley, Fanning, Jenkins, Palumbo, Nohe, Unger, McCabe, Stollings, Plymale and Minard - Criminalizing installation of certain invasive software on mobile devices - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2947) - Com. sub. reported 02/02/11 - Passed Senate 02/07/11 - To House 02/08/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


*282.
By Sen. Beach, Snyder, Laird, Yost, Green, Foster, Browning, McCabe, Plymale, D. Facemire, Minard, Klempa, Williams and Kessler (Acting President) - Continuing Highway Design-Build Pilot Program - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2861) - To Finance 02/14/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/18/11 - Passed Senate 02/23/11 - To House 02/23/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/08/11 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/09/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/21/11


*283.
By Sen. Laird, Miller, Stollings, Unger, Jenkins, Foster, Plymale, Klempa, Yost and Kessler (Acting President) - Creating Unintentional Pharmaceutical Drug Overdose Fatality Review Team - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/18/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/18/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/24/11


284.
By Sen. Miller, Hall, Browning, Wills, Plymale, Williams and Kessler (Acting President) - Changing date of canvassing of votes in primary election - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2936)


285.
By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Hall, Jenkins, Laird, Palumbo, Prezioso, Tucker, Wills and Yost (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Extending time frame practitioners must write prescriptions on official tamper-resistant paper - Introduced 01/26/11 - Referred to Judiciary 01/26/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


286.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Department of Administration promulgate legislative rule relating to state-owned vehicles - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Government Organization then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 02/03/11 - To Judiciary 02/15/11


287.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Alcohol Beverage Control Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to licensed retailer operations - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/08/11


288.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Alcohol Beverage Control Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to licensing of retail outlets - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/08/11


289.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to permits for construction and major modification of major stationary sources of air pollution for prevention of significant deterioration - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/03/11


290.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to control of air pollution from combustion of solid waste - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/03/11


291.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to explosives and blasting - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/03/11


292.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to surface mining reclamation - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/17/11


293.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing State Election Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to WV Supreme Court of Appeals Public Campaign Financing Pilot Program - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/01/11


294.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to emergency medical services - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 02/09/11 - To Judiciary 02/11/11


*295.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 02/09/11 - To Judiciary 02/11/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/01/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/09/11 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/10/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/17/11 - Senate reconsidered action - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor 03/18/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


296.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Optometry promulgate legislative rule relating to oral pharmaceutical prescriptive authority - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/09/11


297.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Board of Optometry promulgate legislative rule relating to injectable pharmaceutical agents certificates - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/16/11


298.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Racing Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to thoroughbred racing - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/08/11


299.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Racing Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to greyhound racing - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Economic Development then Judiciary - Referred to Finance then Judiciary 02/07/11 - To Judiciary 02/10/11


300.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Racing Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to pari-mutuel wagering - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Judiciary


301.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Treasurer's Office promulgate legislative rule relating to establishment of imprest funds - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 02/10/11


302.
By Sen. Boley, Nohe and Green - Creating "Dutch's Law" honoring fallen law-enforcement canines and their law-enforcement handlers - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2924)


*303.
By Sen. Williams, Miller, Wills, Sypolt and Klempa - Adding captive cervids to list of animals protected from dogs - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/10/11 - Passed Senate 02/15/11 - To House 02/16/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/04/11


304.
By Sen. Beach, Klempa and Unger - Providing alternative means for initial purchaser of junked vehicles to notify DMV - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - (original same as H. B. No. 2975) - Amended - Passed Senate 02/17/11 - To House 02/18/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 03/10/11 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


305.
By Sen. Miller, Wills and Klempa - Authorizing county and municipal governments to levy tax on food and beverages - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Government Organization then Finance


306.
By Sen. Barnes, Green, Helmick, Sypolt and Williams - Requiring prosecuting attorneys who carry concealed firearm receive nationwide certification - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Judiciary


*307.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Hall, Unger, Jenkins, Plymale, Foster, Minard, Prezioso, McCabe, Stollings, Browning, Palumbo, Green, Beach, Boley, Nohe, K. Facemyer, Sypolt, Barnes, Wells and Klempa - Creating Intermediate Court of Appeals - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 3150 and H. B. No. 3165) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


308.
By Sen. Foster - Relating to Public Employees Retirement System - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Pensions then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2939 - similar to H. B. No. 2474 and H. B. No. 2921)


309.
By Sen. Foster, Wells and McCabe - Requiring health insurance providers offer wellness programs - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Health and Human Resources then Finance


310.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger and Klempa - Making certain employees eligible for unemployment compensation - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Labor then Finance - To Finance 02/10/11


311.
By Sen. Foster, Beach, Palumbo, Unger, Wells, McCabe and Stollings - Designating certain hospitals as primary stroke centers - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Health and Human Resources - (original same as H. B. No. 2931)


312.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Klempa - Preventing reduction of disability pensions in Public Employees Retirement System - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Pensions then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2363)


313.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Stollings - Creating Spay Neuter Assistance Fund; funding - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Agriculture then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2398 - similar to H. B. No. 2504)


314.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Edgell, Beach and Klempa - Creating Natural Gas Resources Transportation Road System - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance


*315.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger and Plymale - Making funding for high school athletics priority expenditure from State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund surplus - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3264) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


316.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Jenkins, Foster, Stollings and Miller - Creating WV Partnership to Promote Community Well-Being Act - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


317.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Edgell, Browning and Klempa - Requiring corporations disclose expenditures for political activities - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2405)


318.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger and Klempa - Requiring handrails in handicap restrooms - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


*319.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Unger - Establishing tax credit for certain medical providers - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/24/11


320.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Plymale and Hall - Requiring certain governmental entities and circuit courts retain biological material for possible DNA testing - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary


321.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Wells, Jenkins, Edgell, Miller, Wills and Klempa - Requiring insurers cover autism spectrum disorders - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2699)


322.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Plymale, Laird, Beach, Wills and Klempa - Including WV in agreement among states to elect President by national popular vote - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2378)


323.
By Sen. Klempa, Yost, Edgell, Kessler (Acting President), Jenkins and Nohe - Increasing parole ineligibility period for those convicted of distributing controlled substance near school bus - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Education then Judiciary


324.
By Sen. Laird and Unger - Relating to mentally ill persons - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2755)


325.
By Sen. Palumbo, Laird and Klempa - Permitting certain parolees petition court for allowance to live with or have visitation rights with child - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Judiciary


326.
By Sen. Sypolt, Unger, Wells, Browning and Beach - Requiring easements and right-of-way instruments allow inclusion of fiber-optics communication conduit - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary


327.
By Sen. Jenkins, Plymale, Nohe and Klempa - Making robbery or attempted robbery under pretense of having weapon crime; penalties - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2541)


328.
By Sen. Beach, Klempa and Plymale - Relating to issuance, disqualification, suspension and revocation of driver's licenses - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2926) - To Judiciary 02/14/11 - 3rd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/10/11 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House title amendment 03/11/11 - Passed Senate 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


329.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Plymale, McCabe and Klempa - Updating provisions of sales and use tax - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2928) - Passed Senate 02/16/11 - Title amended - To House 02/17/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 1st reading, House Calendar 03/11/11 - On 1st reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


*330.
By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Jenkins, Foster, Browning, Stollings and Beach - Relating to higher education personnel generally - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Education then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 3017) - Com. sub. reported 02/09/11 - To Finance 02/09/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


331.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, McCabe, Plymale and Klempa - Correcting invalid code reference in definition of "eligible taxpayer" - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2913) - Passed Senate 02/16/11 - To House 02/17/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/10/11 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 03/11/11 - House refused to recede and requested conference 03/11/11 - To conference 03/12/11


332.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, McCabe, Plymale and Klempa - Changing procedure for suspending, revoking or canceling business registration certificate - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2918)


333.
By Sen. Beach, Klempa, Minard, Williams and Plymale - Authorizing electronic collection and enforcement of tolls - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2930) - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/16/11


*334.
By Sen. Jenkins, Klempa and Kessler (Acting President) - Creating criminal offense for animal fighting ventures involvement - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2443) - Com. sub. reported 02/16/11 - Passed Senate 02/21/11 - Title amended - To House 02/22/11 - To Agriculture then Judiciary


*335.
By Sen. Beach and Prezioso - Authorizing certain municipalities regulate taxis and taxi stands by ordinance - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/03/11 - To Judiciary 02/03/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/16/11 - Passed Senate 02/21/11 - To House 02/22/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


336.
By Sen. McCabe, Wells, Unger, Foster, Klempa, Kessler (Acting President) and Browning - Creating WV Energy Efficient Buildings Program Act - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2062)


337.
By Sen. Palumbo, Wells, Foster and Klempa - Making failure to wear safety belts primary offense - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2062) - To Judiciary 02/07/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 02/14/11 - Effective Sept. 1, 2011 - To House 02/15/11 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


*338.
By Sen. Foster - Permitting state opt out of federal statute preventing residents convicted of certain crimes from receiving certain benefits - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2081) - Com. sub. reported 02/08/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/10/11 - To House 02/11/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


339.
By Sen. Palumbo and Klempa - Authorizing final payment of wages of separated employees at regular pay periods - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Labor then Finance - To Finance 02/03/11


340.
By Sen. Sypolt - Relating to crimes against peace and possession of deadly weapons - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Judiciary


341.
By Sen. Barnes, Kessler (Acting President), Beach, Boley, Browning, Edgell, D. Facemire, K. Facemyer, Fanning, Foster, Green, Hall, Helmick, Klempa, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Minard, Nohe, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Snyder, Stollings, Sypolt, Unger, Williams, Wills, Yost and Jenkins - Exempting certain participants in nonprofit organization's rehabilitative therapy day trip from purchasing hunting and fishing license - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Natural Resources then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2781)


342.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation to Governor's Office--Civil Contingent Fund - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2952) - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/01/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/02/11 - Reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 02/04/11 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 02/07/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 02/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/1/11


*343.
By Sen. Klempa, D. Facemire, Nohe and Yost - Relating to hearing impaired license plate - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2941) - Com. sub. reported 02/09/11 - To Finance 02/09/11


*344.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Foster, Jenkins, McCabe, Stollings, Plymale and Klempa - Relating to special method for appraising qualified capital additions to manufacturing facilities - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2950) - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/15/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/18/11 - Passed Senate 02/23/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 02/23/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


345.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Foster, Jenkins, Nohe, McCabe, Stollings, Klempa, Beach and Yost - Relating to senior citizen property tax relief programs - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2949)


346.
By Sen. Palumbo, Kessler (Acting President) and Miller - Relating to collection of fees by circuit clerks - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary -


347.
By Sen. Sypolt - Permitting person to file bond in escrow with court to cover mechanic's lien - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Labor then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/16/11


348.
By Sen. Laird, Unger, Snyder, Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Stollings and Klempa - Allowing certain community work program labor be credited to fines or court costs - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary


349.
By Sen. Laird, Snyder, Nohe, Miller and Klempa - Requiring bittering agent be placed in certain engine coolants and antifreezes - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Judiciary - - Passed Senate 02/07/11 - Title amended - To House 02/08/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/09/11 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*350.
By Sen. Minard and Stollings - Creating all-payer claims database - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2951) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Constitutional rule rejected 03/02/11 - Recommitted to Finance on 3rd reading 03/03/11


351.
By Sen. Williams, D. Facemire, McCabe, Plymale, Miller, Klempa and Sypolt - Regulating captive cervid farming as agricultural enterprise - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Agriculture then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2527) - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/15/11 - Passed Senate 02/25/11 - To House 02/25/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary


*352.
By Sen. Stollings and Snyder - Relating to sale of property owned by county commission - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/10/11 - To Finance 02/10/11


353.
By Sen. Klempa, Beach, Yost and Sypolt - Increasing tax on gas from Marcellus Shale if sold or transported out of state - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance


354.
By Sen. Prezioso and D. Facemire - Relating to definition of "durable medical equipment" - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2971)


355.
By Sen. Beach, Kessler (Acting President), Yost and Williams - Permitting magistrates carry concealed handguns without permit - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2510)


*356.
By Sen. Minard, Jenkins and Stollings - Making captive insurance company organized as risk retention group subject to certain insurance code provisions - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Banking and Insurance - (original same as H. B. No. 2983) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 03/01/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/10/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*357.
By Sen. Laird - Relating to reporting beaver and river otter taken, tagged and checked - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Natural Resources - (original same as H. B. No. 2945) - Com. sub. reported 02/15/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/17/11 - To House 02/18/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


358.
By Sen. Laird and Miller - Authorizing electronic registration of wildlife - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Natural Resources - (original same as H. B. No. 2948) - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/17/11 - To House 02/18/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/04/11 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*359.
By Sen. Browning, Helmick, Kessler (Acting President), McCabe, Prezioso, Stollings, Unger, Barnes, D. Facemire, Foster, Jenkins, Plymale, Klempa, Beach, Yost and Williams - Exempting certain charitable organizations from property taxation - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2980 ) - Com. sub. reported 02/16/11 - To Finance 02/16/11


360.
By Sen. Green, Beach, Klempa and Plymale - Relating to award of attorney fees by Surface Mine Board - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2979) - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/23/11


361.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Stollings, Plymale and Klempa - Requiring insurance companies indicate on billing statements increased cost of fire insurance if no local fire department existed - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Government Organization


*362.
By Sen. Prezioso, Foster, McCabe and Kessler (Acting President) - Increasing excise tax on all tobacco products - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2973 - similar to H. B. No. 2729) - Com. sub. reported 02/18/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/18/11


363.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Plymale, Minard and Klempa - Relating to retention and destruction of health care records - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


364.
By Sen. Fanning, Jenkins, Chafin and Minard - Providing certain activities are crimes against peace - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Judiciary


365.
By Sen. Snyder, Klempa, Yost and McCabe - Providing additional funds to Racing Commission - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2959)


366.
By Sen. Green, Beach, Klempa, Palumbo, Chafin and Plymale - Relating to Underground Storage Tank Administrative Fund - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2960) - To Finance 02/04/11 - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


367.
By Sen. Laird, Miller, Wills, Minard and Plymale - Requiring early voting at designated locations for minimum of five consecutive days - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2857 - similar to H. B. No. 2748)


368.
By Sen. Palumbo, Laird, Prezioso, Jenkins, Foster, Unger, Chafin, Plymale, McCabe, Wills, Snyder, Minard and Klempa - Requiring Governor's Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction establish procedures for investigation of child abuse and neglect - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2860)


369.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Foster and Laird - Granting volunteer medical licenses to certain practicing physicians - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


370.
By Sen. Green, Beach, Klempa, Palumbo and Plymale - Authorizing Division of Mining and Reclamation assess certain fees to coal mine operators - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2955)


371.
By Sen. Prezioso and D. Facemire - Updating list of jurisdictions identified as tax havens - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2956) - Passed Senate 02/16/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/17/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/10/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*372.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to dedication of coalbed methane severance tax proceeds - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/25/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/25/11


*373.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Requiring School Building Authority allocate and expend certain moneys for vocational programs at comprehensive middle schools - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2954) - Com. sub. reported 02/09/11 - To Finance 02/09/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 03/03/11 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2011 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


374.
By Sen. Plymale and Foster - Relating to school service personnel - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Education then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2895)


375.
By Sen. Wells, Plymale, Chafin and Stollings - Authorizing Higher Education Policy Commission collect and disseminate information concerning higher education institutions - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Education - Passed Senate 02/16/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/17/11 - To Education - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


376.
By Sen. Beach - Permitting unit owners' associations institute legal action to collect dues - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 3109) - Passed Senate 02/15/11 - To House 02/16/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


377.
By Sen. Beach - Providing penalties for failing to return minor child in timely manner following visitation - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Judiciary -


378.
By Sen. Snyder, Klempa, Yost and McCabe - Allowing Racing Commission use certain permit and registration fees to pay salaries and other expenses - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2958) - To Finance 02/10/11


379.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Plymale, Minard, Nohe, Klempa and Yost - Relating to registration of certain out-of-state sex offenders - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Judiciary


380.
By Sen. Barnes - Increasing Revenue Shortfall Reserve Fund - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Finance


*381.
By Sen. Wells, Unger, Jenkins, Foster, McCabe, Plymale, Beach, Klempa, D. Facemire, Nohe, Yost, Sypolt and Kessler (Acting President) - Allowing use of tuition assistance for National Guard members enrolled in certain programs - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2981) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


*382.
By Sen. Wells, Jenkins, Stollings, Plymale, Beach, Yost and Sypolt - Specifying activities entitling certain members of National Guard or reserve to leave of absence - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Military then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3003) - Com. sub. reported 02/15/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/17/11 - To House 02/18/11 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 02/23/11 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House title amendment 02/24/11 - Passed Senate 02/24/11 - To Governor 02/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/3/11


383.
By Sen. Wells, Unger, Snyder, Jenkins, McCabe, Stollings, Plymale, Klempa, D. Facemire, Nohe, Yost and Sypolt - Limiting liability of military personnel responding to local emergencies and calls for assistance - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Military then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2982)


384.
By Sen. Hall, K. Facemyer, McCabe and Kessler (Acting President) - Providing for financing to complete Route 35 without using toll booths - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance


*385.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Unger - Amending section relating to increasing special penalties for assault and battery on athletic official - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/08/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/10/11 - To House 02/11/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


386.
By Sen. Barnes, Snyder, Klempa, Yost, Palumbo and McCabe - Changing renewal dates of Racing Commission-issued occupational permits - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2990) - To Judiciary 02/10/11


*387.
By Sen. Unger, Snyder, Nohe, Yost and Williams - Allowing retired officers carry concealed weapon - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Judiciary


*388.
By Sen. Unger, Snyder, D. Facemire, Yost and Kessler (Acting President) - Allowing fire chief appoint member to serve as designee on property safety enforcement agency - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 02/17/11 - Passed Senate 02/22/11 - To House 02/23/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/04/11


*389.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Foster, Klempa and Minard - Relating to Commercial Patent Incentives Tax Act - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2993) - Com. sub. reported 02/22/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/22/11


*390.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Snyder, McCabe, Stollings, Beach, Klempa, Minard, Yost and Wells - Adding web-enabled mobile devices to crime of invasion of privacy on computer - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/16/11 - Passed Senate 02/21/11 - To House 02/22/11 - To Judiciary


*391.
By Sen. Palumbo, Snyder, Foster, McCabe, Beach, Minard and Wells - Relating to community voting locations generally - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2748, H. B. No. 2857 and H. B. No. 3229) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/02/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amendments pending - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


392.
By Sen. Snyder, Klempa, Yost and McCabe - Changing definition of "accredited thoroughbred horse" - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2988) - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/17/11 - Passed Senate 02/24/11 - To House 02/25/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/04/11 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


393.
By Sen. Plymale, Jenkins and McCabe - Appraising certain rental housing property for ad valorem property tax purposes - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


*394.
By Sen. Snyder, Klempa, McCabe and Yost - Creating process Racing Commission may grant stay requests pending appeals of orders by stewards or judges - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2989) - Com. sub. reported 02/10/11 - To Judiciary 02/10/11


*395.
By Sen. Beach, Klempa and Williams - Requiring annual surplus from certain revenue shortfall funds be deposited in State Road Fund - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/11/11 - To Finance 02/11/11


396.
By Sen. Laird, Miller, Nohe, Yost, Williams and Kessler (Acting President) - Relating to mutual-aid agreements between law-enforcement entities - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2708) - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/23/11


397.
By Sen. Beach, Snyder, Klempa, Barnes and Kessler (Acting President) - Establishing value of antique motor vehicles for personal property taxes - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2407 - similar to H. B. No. 2449)


398.
By Sen. Laird, Minard, Yost and Kessler (Acting President) - Establishing shift differential pay scales for certain correctional employees - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2996)


399.
By Sen. McCabe and Snyder - Relating to payment of certain invoices by Information Services and Communications Division - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2997) - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


400.
By Sen. Boley, Hall, K. Facemyer, Nohe, Sypolt and Barnes - Relating to damages for acts causing physical injury - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance -


401.
By Sen. K. Facemyer, Hall, Barnes, Boley and Nohe - Relating to rate of interest on judgment or decree - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


402.
By Sen. Nohe, Hall, K. Facemyer, Barnes and Boley - Relating to punitive damages in civil actions - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


403.
By Sen. Hall, K. Facemyer, Nohe, Barnes, Boley and Sypolt - Relating to disbursement where injury is self-inflicted or employer caused - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


404.
By Sen. Barnes, Hall, K. Facemyer, Nohe, Sypolt and Boley - Establishing comparative fault standard - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2287)


405.
By Sen. Barnes, Hall, K. Facemyer, Nohe, Boley and Sypolt - Creating Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


406.
By Sen. Sypolt, Hall, K. Facemyer, Nohe, Barnes and Boley - Establishing statute of limitations for durable goods - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


*407.
By Sen. Minard, Foster, Kessler (Acting President) and Stollings - Incorporating federal health insurance reforms into insurance code - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3019) - Com. sub. reported 02/16/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 02/21/11 - To House 02/22/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amendments pending - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 03/12/11


*408.
By Sen. Minard, Foster, Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President), Chafin and Stollings - Creating WV Health Benefit Exchange Act - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3018) - Com. sub. reported 02/16/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/16/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/01/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amendments pending - Amendment not considered by House - Amendment not considered by House - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective ninety days from passage - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


409.
By Sen. Hall and Barnes - Establishing Model State Redistricting Reform Act - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


*410.
By Sen. McCabe, Browning, Unger, Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Klempa and Miller - Extending alternative-fuel motor vehicle tax credit - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2135 and H. B. No. 2938) - Com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 03/03/11 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


411.
By Sen. Edgell, Unger, Plymale, Tucker, Boley, Foster, Browning, Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President), Klempa, Miller and McCabe - Providing higher education employees' eligibility for seat in Legislature - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Education then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/16/11


412.
By Sen. Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Plymale and McCabe - Increasing educational requirements for magistrates - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2540)


413.
By Sen. Snyder, Klempa, Yost, McCabe, Unger and D. Facemire - Changing title of Racing Commission's racing secretary - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Government Organization - (original same as H. B. No. 3006) - Passed Senate 02/15/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 02/16/11 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/08/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*414.
By Sen. McCabe and Snyder - Relating to Real Estate Division - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3016) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


415.
By Sen. Browning and Plymale - Relating to compensation of board of education members serving in certain school districts - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Education then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2078 and H. B. No. 3077)


*416.
By Sen. McCabe, Snyder and Klempa - Expanding number of hours temporary state personnel work in calendar year - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3011) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


417.
By Sen. Barnes - Expanding scope of definition of "political party" to increase political parties ability to obtain ballot access - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 3248)


418.
By Sen. McCabe, Snyder, Unger and Beach - Clarifying Office of Technology is responsible for retiring or transferring certain information technology equipment - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3012)


419.
By Sen. Sypolt - Creating Health Care Choice Act - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2801)


*420.
By Sen. Wills, Foster, Browning, Miller and Beach - Clarifying county commissioners must reside in district they represent - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/16/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/16/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/04/11


421.
By Sen. Unger, Snyder, Kessler (Acting President), D. Facemire, Williams, Beach and Sypolt - Relating to maintaining minimum number of State Police; salary - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3022 - similar to H. B. No. 2791)


422.
By Sen. Unger, Snyder, Wells, Kessler (Acting President), D. Facemire, Williams, Beach and Sypolt - Compensating State Police for call-back time; housing stipend - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3168 - similar to H. B. No. 2682 and H. B. No. 2779)


*423.
By Sen. Beach, Green and Laird - Increasing size limit of voting precincts; poll workers - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3014) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


*424.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Klempa, Green, Beach, Snyder and Stollings - Creating Natural Gas Horizontal Well Control Act - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3042 - similar to H. B. No. 2878) - Com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/24/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - Reference dispensed - Committed to Judiciary then Finance on 2nd reading 03/07/11 - To House Finance 03/09/11 - On 3rd reading with restricted right to amend, Special Calender 03/12/11


425.
By Sen. Wells, Unger, Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President), McCabe, Plymale, D. Facemire, Williams and Klempa - Increasing salary of Adjutant General - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Military then Finance - To Finance 02/08/11


426.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) - Requiring judge's permission before release of juror information after trial - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3132) - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary


427.
By Sen. Jenkins and Foster - Providing credit against tax for fees paid for recycling - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


428.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Miller - Increasing and reallocating certain circuit court fees - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 3127) - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/18/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/17/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor 03/18/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


429.
By Sen. Hall, Unger, Jenkins, Wells, Klempa and Sypolt - Providing educational scholarships for children of war veterans - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Education then Finance


*430.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) - Filing civil petition for expungement of certain criminal records - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 3128) - Com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary


431.
By Sen. Palumbo, Edgell, K. Facemyer, Jenkins, Barnes, Klempa, Unger, Plymale, Yost and Nohe - Relating to DNA data collection generally - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3054)


*432.
By Sen. Laird, Unger, Jenkins and Miller - Reconfiguring sheriffs' salaries - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/17/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/17/11


433.
By Sen. McCabe - Relating to fireworks' laws generally - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2531)


*434.
By Sen. Plymale, Unger, Foster, Jenkins and Stollings - Relating to school service personnel reclassification and career ladder for cooks - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3039) - Com. sub. reported 02/11/11 - To Finance 02/11/11


435.
By Sen. Minard - Amending insurance code with respect to surplus lines insurance - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2963) - To Finance 02/09/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 03/01/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2011 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


436.
By Sen. Yost, Klempa, Unger and Plymale - Continuing personal income tax adjustment to gross income of certain retirees - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Pensions then Finance - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/15/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Finance - Read 1st time 03/10/11 - Passed House 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - Effective ninety days from passage - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


437.
By Sen. Laird and Sypolt - Exempting licensed surveyors from liability for defamation or slander of title - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2489)


438.
By Sen. Palumbo, Beach, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Klempa, McCabe, Minard, Snyder, Tucker, Unger, Williams, Wills, Barnes, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Relating to election of magistrates by division - Introduced 02/04/11 - Passed Senate 02/09/11 - To House 02/10/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2051)


*439.
By Sen. Prezioso, Yost, Beach, Barnes, Sypolt, Fanning, Tucker and Plymale - Clarifying that filing of manufactured housing complaint with state regulatory board is prerequisite for lawsuit - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2884) - Com. sub. reported 02/11/11 - Passed Senate 02/16/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/17/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*440.
By Sen. Foster, Unger and Miller - Requiring prescription for drug products containing chemical precursors of methamphetamine - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (original same as hb 2946) - Com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/24/11


441.
By Sen. Foster, Jenkins, Chafin and Kessler (Acting President) - Creating rebuttable presumption that development of certain cancers by firefighters arose out of employment - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary


442.
By Sen. Hall, Browning and Plymale - Increasing expenditure limit on public service district contracts before competitive bids required - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3119)


443.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Beach, Green, Minard, Prezioso, Tucker, Plymale and Klempa - Prohibiting elective abortion coverage except through optional supplemental policy - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3020)


*444.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Plymale, Klempa and Beach - Relating to protection of nonfamily or nonhousehold members from violations of personal safety - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3041) - Com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


445.
By Sen. Laird, Fanning, D. Facemire, Helmick and Miller - Relating to forest fire seasons - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Natural Resources then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2986)


446.
By Sen. Wills, Kessler (Acting President), Foster, Prezioso, Laird, Stollings, Plymale, Klempa and Yost - Providing tax credit to retain nursing educators - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3055)


*447.
By Sen. Palumbo and Plymale - Relating to violations of school attendance requirements - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Education then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/23/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/25/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Education then Judiciary


*448.
By Sen. Edgell, Beach and Barnes - Determining credit for utility taxpayers with net operating loss carryovers - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3060) - Com. sub. reported 02/17/11 - To Finance 02/17/11


*449.
By Sen. McCabe, Browning, Prezioso, Snyder, Klempa, Unger, Foster, Jenkins, Stollings, Plymale, Miller, Kessler (Acting President) and Wells - Creating Twenty-First Century Business Technologies Property Valuation Act and Tax Credit Act - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 3040) - Com. sub. reported 02/16/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/16/11


450.
By Sen. McCabe, Foster and Plymale - Permitting county commission designate additional community voting locations for early in-person voting - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2748, H. B. No. 2857 and H. B. No. 3229)


451.
By Sen. Minard, Palumbo, Prezioso and Plymale - Relating to administration of workers' compensation adverse risk plan - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Labor then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2943)


452.
By Sen. Beach and Prezioso - Relating to Alcohol Beverage Control Commission employees - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 3057)


453.
By Sen. Laird, Unger, Stollings, Miller and Kessler (Acting President) - Providing retention salary increases for Division of Corrections and Division of Juvenile Services - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3007)


454.
By Sen. Barnes - Providing mental hygiene commissioners are employees under Public Employees Retirement System - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Pensions then Finance


455.
By Sen. Sypolt - Relating to state payment of delinquent child support payments - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


456.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Unger - Relating to responsibilities of Marketing and Communications Office of Department of Commerce - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/16/11 - Passed Senate 02/25/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/25/11 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


457.
By Sen. Klempa, Plymale, Wills, D. Facemire and Yost - Relating to hearing impaired license plate - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance


*458.
By Sen. Laird, Fanning, D. Facemire, Williams, McCabe and Plymale - Updating Logging Sediment Control Act - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Natural Resources then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2985) - Com. sub. reported 02/17/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/17/11 - Passed Senate 02/25/11 - To House 02/25/11 - Reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 03/02/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/03/11 - To Governor 3/8/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/8/11 - Senate reconsidered action - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor 03/09/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment 03/12/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


459.
By Sen. Yost, Klempa, Kessler (Acting President), McCabe and Foster - Creating Keep Jobs in WV Act - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Labor then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3120)


*460.
By Sen. Laird, Williams, D. Facemire and Fanning - Authorizing Division of Forestry establish practices and procedures to address law-enforcement requirements of division - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Natural Resources then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2880) - Com. sub. reported 02/17/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 02/22/11 - To House 02/23/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*461.
By Sen. Laird, Snyder, Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President), Plymale, Miller, Wills, Nohe and Unger - Providing criminal penalty for violating restraining order entered upon conviction for stalking or harassment - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*462.
By Sen. Unger and Kessler (Acting President) - Creating Prompt Pay Act of 2011 - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3181) - Com. sub. reported 02/17/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/17/11


463.
By Sen. Beach, Browning, Edgell, Fanning, Foster, Green, Klempa, Laird, Miller, Snyder, Stollings, Wills, Yost, Kessler (Acting President), McCabe and Jenkins - Including WV in agreement among states to elect President and Vice President by national popular vote - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3107)


*464.
By Sen. Palumbo, Wills and Kessler (Acting President) - Allowing certain persons petition to regain right to possess firearms when lost due to mental health disability - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3076) - Com. sub. reported 02/10/11 - Passed Senate 02/15/11 - To House 02/16/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 03/10/11 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


*465.
By Sen. McCabe, Kessler (Acting President), Browning, Unger, Snyder, Stollings, Plymale, Wells, Palumbo, Beach, Klempa, Yost and Foster - Creating Marcellus Gas and Manufacturing Development Act - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3099) - Com. sub. reported 02/17/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/17/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/25/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - Reference dispensed - Laid over until 3/9/11 - Laid over until 3/12/11 - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2011 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered effective date and passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


466.
By Sen. Yost, Kessler (Acting President) and Jenkins - Reducing tax on behavioral health services - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3218 - similar to H. B. No. 2258)


467.
By Sen. Plymale, Kessler (Acting President), Stollings, Miller, Beach, Chafin and Foster - Requiring incidence reports when teachers are unlawfully assigned any responsibility during their planning period - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Education - (original same as H. B. No. 3035 - similar to H. B. No. 2317) - Amended - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - Title amended - To House 03/02/11 - To Education then Judiciary


468.
By Sen. Sypolt - Creating Intrastate Coal and Use Act - Introduced 02/09/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2554)


469.
By Sen. Hall, Browning and Klempa - Relating to public service district board members - Introduced 02/09/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 3063)


470.
By Sen. Unger, Beach, Klempa, K. Facemyer, Jenkins, Plymale, Foster, Snyder, Browning, McCabe, Stollings, Palumbo, Minard, Williams, Yost, Sypolt, Barnes, Kessler (Acting President), Edgell, Miller, Tucker, Fanning, Prezioso, Wills and Wells - Creating misdemeanor offense of unlawful use of wireless communication device for nonvoice communication while operating motor vehicle - Introduced 02/09/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2555) - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/16/11


471.
By Sen. Foster, Laird, Kessler (Acting President), Prezioso, Wills, Minard, Klempa, Yost and McCabe - Expanding prescriptive authority of certain nurses - Introduced 02/09/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


*472.
By Sen. Minard - Relating to portable electronics insurance - Introduced 02/09/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/16/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


473.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Minard, Klempa and Yost - Relating to fire chief and deputy chief positions - Introduced 02/09/11 - To Government Organization


*474.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Prezioso, Beach, Williams, Edgell, Palumbo, Plymale, Wills, D. Facemire, Klempa and Yost - Relating to manufacturer's liability for prescription drug warning or instruction - Introduced 02/09/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/18/11 - Passed Senate 02/23/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 02/23/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 03/12/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


475.
By Sen. Unger, Plymale, D. Facemire and Minard - Subsidizing cost of certain municipal audits and government fraud examinations - Introduced 02/09/11 - To Government Organization then Finance


476.
By Sen. McCabe, Miller, Hall, Foster and Plymale - Finding and declaring certain claims against state - Introduced 02/09/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3064)


477.
By Sen. Barnes, Palumbo, Plymale, Tucker, Minard and Klempa - Amending definition of "sexual contact" - Introduced 02/09/11 - To Judiciary


478.
By Sen. Minard and Wells - Prohibiting public body from charging fee for electronic copy of public record - Introduced 02/09/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


479.
By Sen. Barnes, Unger, Jenkins, Klempa and Yost - Exempting antique motor vehicles from personal property taxation - Introduced 02/09/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance


480.
By Sen. Barnes, Helmick, Sypolt, Williams, Plymale and Minard - Clarifying measure of severance tax imposed on privilege of producing timber - Introduced 02/10/11 - To Natural Resources then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 3101)


481.
By Sen. Barnes, Helmick and Sypolt - Adding additional family court judge to twenty-third family court circuit - Introduced 02/10/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 3157)


482.
By Sen. Tucker, Wills, Stollings, Plymale, Minard, Yost and Sypolt - Requiring public defender corporations be centralized under Executive Director of Public Defender Services - Introduced 02/10/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


483.
By Sen. Sypolt - Exempting homeowners' association payments from consumers sales and service tax under certain conditions - Introduced 02/10/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


*484.
By Sen. McCabe, Unger, Foster, Stollings, Wells, Minard, Beach and Kessler (Acting President) - Relating to management agreements of Higher Education Policy Commission - Introduced 02/10/11 - To Economic Development then Education - On 2nd reading to Education 02/16/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/02/11 - Effective from passage - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered effective date - Passed Senate with amended title 03/02/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/03/11 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/11/11 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


485.
By Sen. Stollings, Browning, Unger, Prezioso and Minard - Relating to possession and administration of epinephrine in emergency situations - Introduced 02/10/11 - To Health and Human Resources - (original same as H. B. No. 3159)


486.
By Sen. Laird, Tucker, Plymale, Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Helmick, Browning, Stollings, McCabe, Wells and Miller - Creating WVU-Tech Revitalization Project - Introduced 02/10/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3068) - To Finance 02/11/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/01/11 - Reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 03/04/11 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/07/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/21/11


487.
By Sen. Palumbo and Kessler (Acting President) - Increasing required amount of noncombustible material in certain coal mines - Introduced 02/10/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary


*488.
By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Hall, Wills, Snyder, Kessler (Acting President), Jenkins, Plymale and Miller - Revising HIV testing statute to conform with most recent recommendations from CDC - Introduced 02/10/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/17/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/17/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


489.
By Sen. Foster and Sypolt - Permitting specific law-enforcement officials access to certain confidential pharmaceutical information - Introduced 02/10/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2892 - similar to H. B. No. 2754)


*490.
By Sen. Green, Stollings, Hall, D. Facemire, Minard and Sypolt - Relating to minors obtaining tattoos; parental consent - Introduced 02/10/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/18/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/18/11


491.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Browning, McCabe, Plymale, Klempa, Yost and Minard - Creating WV Future Fund - Introduced 02/11/11 - To Finance


*492.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Stollings, McCabe, Foster, Hall, Jenkins, Prezioso, Unger, Plymale, Wells, Klempa, Yost and Minard - Relating to maximizing federal funding for state Medicaid program - Introduced 02/11/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3117) - Com. sub. reported 02/18/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/18/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 03/03/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/10/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


493.
By Sen. Stollings and Minard - Exempting DHHR motor vehicles from PSC jurisdiction when used solely to transport Medicaid clients - Introduced 02/11/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/17/11


494.
By Sen. Beach and Klempa - Providing additional protections for state forests and other public lands where timbering operations are conducted - Introduced 02/11/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary


*495.
By Sen. Palumbo and Plymale - Relating generally to use of electronic voting systems - Introduced 02/11/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3058) - Com. sub. reported 02/22/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 02/25/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/25/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/10/11 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/11/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


496.
By Sen. Palumbo and Plymale - Relating to emergency powers of Secretary of State - Introduced 02/11/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3032)


497.
By Sen. Palumbo and Plymale - Repealing article concerning use of certain voting machines - Introduced 02/11/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2935)


498.
By Sen. Beach, Snyder, Edgell and Klempa - Permitting sale of liquor on election day - Introduced 02/11/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3100)


*499.
By Sen. Laird, Tucker, Snyder, D. Facemire and Beach - Regulating zipline and canopy tour operations - Introduced 02/11/11 - To Economic Development then Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2532) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/23/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/25/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary


500.
By Sen. McCabe, Palumbo, K. Facemyer, Stollings, Williams, Unger, Jenkins, Helmick, Hall, Browning, Plymale and Nohe - Modifying deliberate intention exception to employers' immunity from lawsuits based on work-related injuries granted by Workers' Compensation - Introduced 02/11/11 - To Labor then Judiciary


501.
By Sen. Hall, Barnes, Boley, Sypolt, Nohe and K. Facemyer - Relating to civil actions having both a resident and nonresident plaintiff - Introduced 02/11/11 - To Judiciary


502.
By Sen. Boley and Nohe - Creating Paternity Justice Act of 2011 - Introduced 02/14/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


503.
By Sen. Boley and Nohe - Relating to adultery and alimony in divorce proceeding - Introduced 02/14/11 - To Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2067)


504.
By Sen. Laird, Edgell, Stollings and D. Facemire - Relating to administrative hearings for suspension and revocation of licenses for driving under influence - Introduced 02/14/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3124)


*505.
By Sen. Palumbo and Plymale - Relating generally to voter registration - Introduced 02/14/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3036) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


506.
By Sen. Snyder, Unger and Kessler (Acting President) - Relating to Municipal Home Rule Pilot Program - Introduced 02/14/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3030)


507.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Browning, Foster, Plymale, Stollings, Klempa and Williams - Continuing Broadband Deployment Council - Introduced 02/14/11 - To Government Organization - (original similar to H. B. No. 3013) - Passed Senate 02/21/11 - To House 02/22/11 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 02/25/11 - To Governor 3/3/11 - Approved by Governor 3/9/11


*508.
By Sen. Beach, Edgell, Kessler (Acting President) and Klempa - Allowing certain liquor licensees ability to conduct responsible liquor sampling events - Introduced 02/14/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3174) - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/16/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Judiciary


509.
By Sen. Beach, Foster, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Minard, Snyder, Stollings, Tucker and Kessler (Acting President) - Requiring insurance coverage of spouses and dependents for pregnancy and contraceptive services - Introduced 02/14/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2439)


*510.
By Sen. Unger - Relating to requirements for new facility projects of public agencies and projects receiving state funds - Introduced 02/14/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2957 - similar to H. B. No. 2024 and H. B. No. 2401) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 03/01/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 03/07/11


*511.
By Sen. Foster - Creating Honest Opportunity Probation with Enforcement (HOPE) Act - Introduced 02/15/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


512.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Palumbo, Wills, Browning, Snyder, Green, Jenkins, Plymale and Foster - Relating generally to salaries of certain judges and magistrates - Introduced 02/15/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3147) - To Finance 02/22/11


*513.
By Sen. Minard - Relating to workers' compensation coverage of state government entities - Introduced 02/15/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3163) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


514.
By Sen. Plymale and Miller - Authorizing legislative rule for Higher Education Policy Commission regarding authorization of degree-granting institutions - Introduced 02/15/11 - To Education - Passed Senate 02/23/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/23/11 - To Education then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/09/11 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/10/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


515.
By Sen. Beach - Relating to residency requirements for persons appointed as campus police officers - Introduced 02/15/11 - To Education then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3148)


*516.
By Sen. Plymale, Browning, Unger, Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President) and Stollings - Requiring state board establish digital learning program - Introduced 02/15/11 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/18/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/18/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Education then Finance


517.
By Sen. Hall, Barnes, Boley, Sypolt, Nohe and K. Facemyer - Creating Quality Control Procedure for Agency Rules Act - Introduced 02/15/11 - To Government Organization then Finance


518.
By Sen. McCabe, Browning, Unger, Plymale, Palumbo and Foster - Revising high-growth business investment tax credit - Introduced 02/15/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 3169) - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/21/11


*519.
By Sen. K. Facemyer and Minard - Creating WV Innovative Mine Safety Technology Tax Credit Act - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2020) - Com. sub. reported 02/25/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/25/11


520.
By Sen. Browning, Stollings, Unger, Foster, Plymale, Miller, Minard and Kessler (Acting President) - Relating to Economic Development Authority's criteria for loans to tourism projects - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/21/11


521.
By Sen. Sypolt - Imposing statute of limitations for bringing civil action derived from surveying of property - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Judiciary


522.
By Sen. Boley, Kessler (Acting President), Browning, Sypolt, Miller, Minard, Tucker, Barnes, Klempa, Yost, Edgell, Hall and Nohe - Requiring parents objecting to immunizations provide written statement in lieu of certificates of proof - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - (original similar to H. B. No. 2998)


*523.
By Sen. Klempa, Yost, D. Facemire, Edgell, Unger, Barnes, Wells, McCabe, Plymale, Miller and Kessler (Acting President) - Increasing tax credits for apprenticeship training in construction trades - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Labor then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


524.
By Sen. Hall - Relating to operation of diesel equipment in underground coal mines - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary


525.
By Sen. Snyder and Unger - Providing use of lottery funds for public projects - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 02/23/11


*526.
By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Jenkins and Kessler (Acting President) - Allowing certain emergency service providers possess Naloxone to administer in suspected overdoses - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/23/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/04/11


527.
By Sen. Miller, Wills and Yost - Relating to having nursing home on grounds of critical access hospital - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3114)


*528.
By Sen. Yost, Klempa and Kessler (Acting President) - Allowing certain physically disabled employees work in another classification with continued compensation - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


529.
By Sen. McCabe - Relating to circumstances giving rise to state "on" indicators for extended unemployment compensation - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3137)


530.
By Sen. Unger - Clarifying use of certain portion of revenues of racetracks with lottery table games - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Finance - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 03/08/11


531.
By Sen. Snyder - Promulgating rules for environmental sampling - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary


*532.
By Sen. Palumbo, Foster and Minard - Relating to fraud and abuse in Medicaid program - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2072) - Com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/24/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/25/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*533.
By Sen. Snyder, Unger, McCabe and Miller - Relating to preservation of affordable housing in counties with impact fees - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3185) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


534.
By Sen. Hall and Wells - Relating to mandatory drug testing of coal miners - Introduced 02/17/11 - To Labor then Judiciary


*535.
By Sen. Klempa, Yost, Unger, Wells, Nohe, Boley and Green - Providing drivers' licenses designating licensee as honorably discharged veteran - Introduced 02/17/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - Com. sub. reported 03/01/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Recommitted to Transportation and Infrastructure on 2nd reading 03/02/11


536.
By Sen. Hall and K. Facemyer - Requiring certain funds from current surplus be used solely for completing Route 35 - Introduced 02/17/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance


*537.
By Sen. Klempa, Yost and Browning - Creating tax credit for businesses that compost - Introduced 02/17/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


538.
By Sen. Plymale, Jenkins, Foster and Browning - Creating Learn and Earn Cooperative Education Program - Introduced 02/17/11 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 02/23/11 - To House 02/23/11 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/09/11 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/21/11


*539.
By Sen. Unger - Increasing cities in which certain police chiefs are entitled to reinstatement - Introduced 02/17/11 - To Government Organization - (original similar to H. B. No. 2854) - Com. sub. reported 03/01/11 - Constitutional rule rejected 03/02/11 - Recommitted to Government Organization on 3rd reading 03/03/11


*540.
By Sen. Unger - Creating Equine Rescue Facilities Act - Introduced 02/17/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Judiciary


541.
By Sen. McCabe - Clarifying entities included in water's-edge group for corporation tax purposes - Introduced 02/17/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2970) - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


542.
By Sen. Yost, Fanning, Klempa and Kessler (Acting President) - Relating to meeting and conference rights for members of fire departments - Introduced 02/17/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2085 - similar to H. B. No. 2341)


543.
By Sen. Sypolt (By Request) - Creating WV Gun Owners' Protection Act of 2011 - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3125)


*544.
By Sen. Foster, Wells, McCabe, Wills, Edgell, Snyder, Palumbo, Yost, Klempa and Kessler (Acting President) - Relating to municipal policemen's and firemen's pension and relief funds - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Pensions then Finance - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/22/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/25/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/03/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/10/11 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/11/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


545.
By Sen. Palumbo, Beach, Snyder, Yost, Klempa, Kessler (Acting President), Browning, Foster, Williams, Unger, Jenkins, McCabe and Plymale - Relating to residential rental security deposit return - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3202)


546.
By Sen. Foster, Wells, McCabe, Wills, Edgell, Palumbo, Klempa and Kessler (Acting President) - Relating to municipal police and firefighter pensions - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Pensions then Government Organization - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 02/25/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/25/11 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 03/11/11 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*547.
By Sen. Hall - Requiring Water Research Institute develop method for assessing narrative water quality standards - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


548.
By Sen. Browning and Kessler (Acting President) - Changing age of consent for refusal of mental health treatment - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3194)


*549.
By Sen. Wills and Kessler (Acting President) - Relating to funding for civil legal services for poor - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3067) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


*550.
By Sen. Klempa, Kessler (Acting President), Wills, Snyder, Yost, Miller, Edgell and D. Facemire - Relating generally to gaming at licensed racetracks and historic resort hotels - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3242) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/02/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered effective date - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amendments pending - Passed House 03/11/11 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2011 - Senate concurred in House title amendment 03/12/11 - Passed Senate 03/12/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


551.
By Sen. Hall - Relating to method of valuation of certain mine safety equipment - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


*552.
By Sen. Laird, Williams, Wells, Jenkins, Miller, Minard, Sypolt and Kessler (Acting President) - Creating crime of financial exploitation of elderly, protected or incapacitated person - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Judiciary - - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Judiciary


*553.
By Sen. Unger, Palumbo, Prezioso, Stollings, Laird, Jenkins, McCabe, Minard, Yost and Kessler (Acting President) - Creating workers' compensation insurance subsidy program for volunteer fire departments - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3191) - Com. sub. reported 02/25/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 03/07/11


554.
By Sen. Browning and Green - Increasing number of magistrate court deputy clerks - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


555.
By Sen. K. Facemyer - Creating Medicaid Generic Drug Competition and Savings Act - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


*556.
By Sen. McCabe, Green, Edgell, Helmick, Yost, Browning, Tucker, Miller, Fanning and Plymale - Relating to Water Development Authority employees - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3180) - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Government Organization then Finance


*557.
By Sen. Williams, Miller, Minard and D. Facemire - Creating Tourist-Oriented Directional Signs Program - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3183) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - To Finance 02/23/11


558.
By Sen. Plymale - Changing method for determining salary equity among counties for school personnel - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Education then Finance - To Finance 02/23/11


559.
By Sen. Plymale, Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Browning, McCabe and Jenkins - Removing expiration date for requiring deposit of moneys into Special Railroad and Intermodal Enhancement Fund - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Finance


*560.
By Sen. Stollings (By Request) - Relating to confidentiality of Health Care Authority's rate-setting model - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 3188) - Com. sub. reported 02/25/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/25/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


561.
By Sen. Sypolt (By Request) - Providing alternative mechanisms to supplement strategies to expand broadband in state - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary


562.
By Sen. Minard and D. Facemire - Relating to assets court may consider when determining spousal support - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary


563.
By Sen. Foster, Edgell, Wells, McCabe and Palumbo - Authorizing municipalities to create deferred retirement option plans for certain employees - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Pensions then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 02/25/11 - To House 02/25/11 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 03/11/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*564.
By Sen. Wells, Snyder, Browning, Edgell, D. Facemire, Green, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Unger, Hall, Barnes, Jenkins, Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Miller and McCabe - Creating Fiscal and Policy Division under Joint Committee on Government and Finance - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


565.
By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Foster and Kessler (Acting President) - Providing notice and ability to be heard during certain hearings to person residing with victim prior to crime - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary


*566.
By Sen. McCabe, Wells, Foster, Kessler (Acting President) and Palumbo - Relating to other post-employment benefits generally - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/25/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/25/11


567.
By Sen. Snyder and McCabe - Establishing planning commission's rights and obligations when developer files for bankruptcy before development's completion - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary


568.
By Sen. Tucker and Plymale - Providing attorney from public defender office be appointed by judge in certain cases - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Judiciary


*569.
By Sen. Snyder - Increasing maximum homeowners' associations' fees; exception for certain expense liability planned communities - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/01/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 1st reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


*570.
By Sen. Browning, Laird, Williams, Palumbo, Foster and Plymale - Creating Volunteer for Nonprofit Youth Organizations Act - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 03/01/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amendments pending - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


571.
By Sen. Miller and Unger - Allowing out-of-state medical students committing to practice in underserved areas pay in-state tuition - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Education then Finance


572.
By Sen. Wills and Snyder - Prohibiting certain employees of Office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training from being called as witnesses in certain actions - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary


573.
By Sen. Jenkins and Plymale - Mandating additional punishment for utilizing minor in commission of crime - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary


574.
By Sen. Green, Kessler (Acting President), Beach, Hall, Minard, Plymale, Prezioso, Sypolt, Unger, Jenkins, Browning and McCabe - Creating Grieving Parents Act - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3043)


575.
By Sen. McCabe - Creating Energy Intensive Industrial Consumers Revitalization Tax Credit - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3240) - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/25/11


576.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Wells, Foster, Browning, Green, Unger and Jenkins - Authorizing refundable tax credit based upon federal earned income tax credit - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3228)


577.
By Sen. McCabe, Wells, Foster, Miller and Klempa - Authorizing School Building Authority award grants and moneys to library boards for construction projects - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3250)


578.
By Sen. Hall and Barnes - Creating Reliability in Expert Testimony Standards Act - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary


579.
By Sen. Foster, Wells and Miller - Making driving under influence of alcohol, controlled substances or drugs and causing serious bodily harm felony - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2670, H. B. No. 2747, H. B. No. 2803 and H. B. No. 2922)


580.
By Sen. Yost and Klempa - Creating Medication Therapy Management Act - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


581.
By Sen. Unger and K. Facemyer - Changing beginning date for early voting; allowing Saturday early voting - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2748H. B. No. 2856) - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/11/11 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*582.
By Sen. Miller and Williams - Relating to seals of notaries and commissioners - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Government Organization - (original same as H. B. No. 3214) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 03/01/11 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 03/04/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


583.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Snyder, Prezioso, Plymale, Palumbo, Green, Stollings, Browning, Edgell, Miller, D. Facemire, Helmick, Fanning, Foster, Klempa, Minard, McCabe, Wells, Beach, Laird, Wills, Williams, Jenkins, Tucker, Chafin, Nohe, K. Facemyer, Hall and Boley - Increasing surcharge on fire and casualty insurance policies - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2894)


584.
By Sen. Jenkins - Permitting nonrenewal of automobile liability insurance policy for failure of consideration - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


585.
By Sen. Miller and Williams - Permitting Secretary of State dissolve certain corporate entities - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3209)


586.
By Sen. Hall - Amending procedures relating to school personnel and employment of teachers - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Education then Finance


*587.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Browning and Stollings - Adding small-scale tourism development and ancillary project components to Tourism Development Act - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


588.
By Sen. Jenkins - Permitting nonrenewal of vehicle insurance when passenger vehicle placed into commercial use - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


*589.
By Sen. Palumbo - Relating to mental hygiene; voluntary and involuntary commitments generally - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


*590.
By Sen. Browning and Green - Removing cap on amount of annual credit awarded for destination tourism expansion projects - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3224) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11


591.
By Sen. Miller and Williams - Authorizing Secretary of State charge fees for electronic and online services - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3222)


*592.
By Sen. Palumbo, Stollings, Plymale, Unger, Browning, Minard, Foster, Wells, Fanning, Jenkins, Tucker and Kessler (Acting President) - Requiring schools have crisis response plans - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Education - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/10/11 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


593.
By Sen. Stollings and Miller - Allowing registered voters challenge absentee ballots under certain circumstances - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary


594.
By Sen. Sypolt - Relating to descriptions of easements and rights-of-way - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary


595.
By Sen. Sypolt - Requiring certain motor carriers engaged in transportation of solid waste be equipped and operated with truck tarpaulins - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary


596.
By Sen. Sypolt - Exempting veterinary medications from consumers sales and service tax - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Agriculture then Finance


597.
By Sen. Sypolt - Relating to notice and removal of personal property from real property after tax sale - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary


598.
By Sen. Unger (By Request) - Creating Healthy and Safe Workplace Act - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Labor then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3015)


599.
By Sen. Laird - Relating to selection of hearing examiners conducting state agency administrative hearings - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2815)


600.
By Sen. Unger - Allowing use of partial-match DNA analysis as investigative tool in certain cases - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary -


601.
By Sen. Unger and D. Facemire - Increasing amount of incremental salary increases for eligible state employees - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2029)


602.
By Sen. Unger - Creating program for managing workers' compensation coverage of state entities by Insurance Commissioner - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Government Organization then Finance


603.
By Sen. Jenkins and Plymale - Including Civil Air Patrol in state entities' workers' compensation coverage - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Government Organization then Finance


604.
By Sen. Hall, Unger and Plymale - Granting certain property owners access to unused property of DOH - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - (original same as H. B. No. 3102)


605.
By Sen. Williams and Minard - Allowing territorial, not statewide, distribution of wines - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3252)


*606.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing funding for parkways project along U. S. Route 35 - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/25/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/25/11 - Amended - Rejected by Senate 03/02/11


607.
By Sen. Jenkins, Tucker, Palumbo, Wells, Wills, Nohe and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Interstate Cooperation) - Creating Uniform Power of Attorney Act - Introduced 02/22/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/22/11


608.
By Sen. Beach, Klempa, Plymale, Tucker and Williams (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Increasing fees for services and documents issued by DMV - Introduced 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/11/11 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment with amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered passage of bill - Senate reconsidered amendment to House amendment - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/17/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/23/11


609.
By Sen. Palumbo, Snyder, Williams and Barnes (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Clarifying certain employees of property management firms are not required to be licensed security guards - Introduced 02/24/11 - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Judiciary


610.
By Sen. Jenkins, D. Facemire, Tucker and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Interstate Cooperation) - Relating to enactment of Prescription Monitoring Program Compact - Introduced 02/25/11 - Referred to Judiciary 02/25/11


611.
By Sen. Palumbo, Browning, Foster, Klempa, Minard, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Wills and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Extending discount for EZ Pass transponders to all other toll roads - Introduced 02/25/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Finance


612.
By Sen. Plymale, Browning, Edgell, Laird, Stollings, Tucker and Wills (Originating in Senate Education) - Exempting certain schools and school districts from certain statutory provisions - Introduced 02/28/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Education then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Passed House 03/10/11 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House title amendment 03/11/11 - Passed Senate 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


613.
By Sen. Palumbo, Beach, Browning, Klempa, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Wills, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Relating to state elections and early voting - Introduced 02/28/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/02/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/03/11 - To Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 3038)


614.
By Sen. Klempa, Beach, Williams, Browning, Snyder, Palumbo, Wills, Foster, Minard, Tucker and Barnes (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Permitting specific law-enforcement officials access to certain confidential pharmaceutical information - Introduced 02/28/11 - On 2nd reading to Health and Human Resources 02/28/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/11/11 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 03/12/11 - House refused to recede and requested conference 03/12/11 - Senate insisted that House recede 03/12/11


615.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Plymale, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Chafin, Yost, Helmick, Stollings and Miller (Originating in Senate Finance) - Increasing salaries for certain public employees - Introduced 03/02/11 - Amended - Referred to Rules on 3rd reading 03/07/11


616.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Plymale, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Edgell, Stollings, Miller, Hall, Boley and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Relating to post-employment benefits generally - Introduced 03/02/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Amended - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/03/11 - To Finance - Read 1st time 03/10/11 - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment with amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective from passage


617.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Plymale, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Edgell, Helmick, Stollings, Miller, Hall and Boley (Originating in Senate Finance) - Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to Department of Education and Arts and DHHR - Introduced 03/04/11 - Passed Senate 03/09/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/10/11 - To Finance - Read 1st time 03/12/11 - Passed House 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 3/23/11


618.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Plymale, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Edgell, Helmick, Stollings, Miller, Hall and Boley (Originating in Senate Finance) - Making appropriation from State Road Fund to DOT - Introduced 03/04/11 - Passed Senate 03/09/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/10/11 - To Finance - Read 1st time 03/12/11 - Passed House 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 3/23/11


619.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Plymale, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Edgell, Helmick, Stollings, Miller, Hall and Boley (Originating in Senate Finance) - Making supplementary appropriation of unappropriated moneys to various accounts - Introduced 03/04/11 - Passed Senate 03/09/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/10/11 - To Finance - Read 1st time 03/12/11 - Passed House 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 3/23/11


620.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Edgell, Plymale, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Helmick, Stollings, Miller, Boley and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Making supplementary appropriation to various executive accounts - Introduced 03/10/11 - Passed Senate 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/12/11 - Reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 3/23/11


621.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Edgell, Plymale, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Helmick, Stollings, Miller, Hall, Boley and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Making supplementary appropriation of public moneys from Treasury to Department of Education - Introduced 03/12/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/12/11 - Reference dispensed - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


ALL SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS OFFERED


1.
By Sen. K. Facemyer - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Fair and Equal Citizenship Amendment - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


2.
By Sen. Minard, Barnes, Unger, Plymale and Williams - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Homestead Exemption Increase Amendment - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. J. R. No. 11, H. J. R. No. 13, H. J. R. No. 17, H. J. R. No. 21, H. J. R. No. 33, H. J. R. No. 39, H. J. R. No. 4 and H. J. R. No. 9)


3.
By Sen. Snyder, Unger and Miller - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Homestead Exemption Calculation Amendment - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. J. R. No. 21 - similar to H. J. R. No. 11, H. J. R. No. 13, H. J. R. No. 17, H. J. R. No. 33, H. J. R. No. 4 and H. J. R. No. 9)


4.
By Sen. Plymale - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Silenced Majority Local Levy and Bond Amendment - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. J. R. No. 29 - similar to H. J. R. No. 14)


5.
By Sen. Sypolt, Boley, Hall, K. Facemyer and Nohe - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Marriage Protection Amendment - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. J. R. No. 18)


6.
By Sen. Sypolt - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Veto Session Amendment - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. J. R. No. 7)


7.
By Sen. Sypolt - Proposing amendment to Constitution designated Initiative, Referendum and Recall Amendment - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. J. R. No. 27)


8.
By Sen. Sypolt and Minard - Proposing amendment to Constitution designated Homestead Exemption Increase Amendment - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. J. R. No. 11, H. J. R. No. 13, H. J. R. No. 17, H. J. R. No. 21, H. J. R. No. 4 and H. J. R. No. 9)


9.
By Sen. Plymale, Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Browning and Jenkins - Proposing amendment to Constitution designated The Silenced Majority Local Levy and Bond Amendment - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. J. R. No. 29) - To Finance 02/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/25/11 - Reference dispensed - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


10.
By Sen. Laird, Unger, Miller, D. Facemire, Yost, Williams and Kessler (Acting President) - Proposing amendment to Constitution designated Repeal The Two Consecutive Term Limitation for Sheriffs Amendment - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Judiciary - (original similar to H. J. R. No. 28) - Adopted by Senate 02/25/11 - To House 02/25/11 - To Constitutional Revision then Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/10/11


11.
By Sen. McCabe, Foster, Hall, Minard and Sypolt - Proposing amendment to Constitution designated Tangible Personal Property Tax Exemption and Rate Reduction Amendment - Introduced 02/10/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. J. R. No. 34) - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/22/11 - Referred to Rules 03/02/11


ALL SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS OFFERED


1.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Prezioso and Hall - Authorizing payment of supplies, services, printing and other expenses - Introduced 01/12/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 01/12/11 - Senate requests return of resolution from House


2.
By Sen. Browning, Green, Stollings, Plymale, Klempa and Yost - Requesting DOH name portion of County Routes 1 and 3 "Glen Rogers Coal Miner Memorial Highway" - Introduced 01/14/11 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 01/27/11 - To House 01/28/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 01/28/11 - Unfinished Business, House Calendar - Adopted by House 02/07/11


3.
By Sen. Barnes, Stollings, Klempa and Wells - Requesting DOH name bridge in Pendleton County "Korean War Veterans Bridge" - Introduced 01/14/11 - Adopted by Senate 01/27/11 - To House 01/28/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 01/28/11 - Unfinished Business, House Calendar - Adopted by House 02/07/11


4.
By Sen. Wells, D. Facemire, Williams, Yost, Sypolt, Edgell, Jenkins, Unger, Browning, Kessler (Acting President), Plymale, Laird and Klempa - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance continue studying issues facing veterans - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Military then Rules - To Rules 02/22/11


5.
By Sen. Wells, D. Facemire, Williams, Yost, Sypolt, Unger, Miller, Laird, Klempa and Edgell - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study U. S. Department of Defense's TRICARE health care system - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - To Health and Human Resources 01/19/11


6.
By Sen. Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President), Barnes, Browning, Palumbo, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Unger, Plymale and Klempa - Urging Governor include funding in 2012 budget to fully implement WV OSHA for public employees - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Finance then Rules - To Finance 01/19/11


7.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Prezioso and Hall - Authorizing payment of supplies, services, printing and other expenses - Introduced 01/20/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 01/20/11 - To House 01/21/11 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 01/21/11


8.
By Sen. Barnes, Helmick, Stollings, Klempa and Beach - Requesting DOH name segment of U. S. Route 33 "Sergeant Clinton M. Hedrick and World War II Veterans Memorial Highway" - Introduced 01/21/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/01/11 - To House 02/02/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/02/11 - Unfinished Business, House Calendar - Adopted by House 02/07/11


9.
By Sen. Barnes, Helmick, Stollings, Klempa and Beach - Requesting DOH name bridge on U. S. Route 220 in Smoke Hole, Pendleton County, "Pendleton County Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 01/21/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/01/11 - To House 02/02/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/02/11 - Unfinished Business, House Calendar - Adopted by House 02/07/11


10.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Edgell, Foster, Hall, Jenkins, McCabe, Stollings, Plymale, Miller, Laird, Yost, Klempa, Beach, Williams, Wills and Prezioso - Designating March 30 annually "West Virginia Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day" - Introduced 01/24/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/23/11 - To House 02/23/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/23/11 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/10/11


11.
By Sen. Klempa, Yost, Edgell, Kessler (Acting President), Wells, Plymale, McCabe and Beach - Authorizing placement of statue of Honorable Francis Harrison Pierpont in Independence Hall in Wheeling - Introduced 01/27/11 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 02/17/11 - To House 02/18/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/18/11 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/10/11


12.
By Sen. Miller, Wills, Stollings, Klempa, Beach and Yost - Requesting bridge over Greenbrier River, near Hinton, be named "Ralph Lewis Boone Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 01/31/11


13.
By Sen. Stollings, Wells, Klempa, Beach and Yost - Requesting DOH name State Route 3, between Yawkey and Julian, "LCPL Rodney A. Breedlove Memorial Highway" - Introduced 01/28/11 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 02/08/11 - To House 02/09/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/09/11 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 02/24/11


14.
By Sen. Stollings, Wells, Klempa, Beach and Yost - Requesting DOH name bridge in Whitesville crossing Big Coal River, "CPL Charles 'Mitchell' Hannah Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 01/28/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/10/11 - To House 02/11/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/11/11 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/09/11


15.
By Sen. Foster, Klempa and Yost - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study need to improve awareness and usage of residential fire sprinklers - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Rules 02/24/11


16.
By Sen. Browning, Stollings, Green, Klempa and Yost - Requesting DOH name WV 54, from intersection with CR 54/4 to intersection with WV 16, "C.C. 'Sonnie' Phillips Bypass" - Introduced 02/01/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/10/11 - To House 02/11/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/11/11 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/10/11


17.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Browning, McCabe, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Snyder, Unger, Boley and Hall (Originating in Senate Rules) - Adopting joint rules of the Senate and House of Delegates - Introduced 02/01/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/01/11 - To House 02/02/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/02/11 - Amended - Adopted by House 02/04/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment with amendment and adopted resolution 02/07/11 - Senate reconsidered adoption of resolution - Senate reconsidered adoption of House amendment as amended - Senate reconsidered adoption of Senate amendment to House amendment - Senate amendment to House amendment withdrawn - Floor amendments adopted - Senate concurred in House amendment as amended - Adopted by Senate 02/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 02/11/11


18.
By Sen. Barnes, Stollings, Beach, Klempa, Yost and Williams - Requesting DOH name bridge on Corridor H in Moorefield, Hardy County, "Richard Lee 'Dickie' Moyers Veterans Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/02/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/10/11 - To House 02/11/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/11/11 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 02/18/11


19.
By Sen. Stollings, Browning, Klempa, Plymale and McCabe - Requesting DOH name WV 3 from intersection with WV 94 to Raleigh County Line "John Protan Highway" - Introduced 02/03/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/10/11 - To House 02/11/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/11/11 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/09/11


20.
By Sen. Plymale, Jenkins, Yost, Klempa and Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge at I-64, Exit 11, near 16th Street and Hal Greer Boulevard, "Jeffrey P. Ball Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/07/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/17/11 - To House 02/18/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/18/11 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/10/11


21.
By Sen. Wells, Yost, Klempa, Stollings and McCabe - Requesting DOH name bridge on I-79, spanning WV 114, "Hodges Brothers Bridge" - Introduced 02/07/11 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 02/15/11 - To House 02/16/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/16/11 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/10/11


22.
By Sen. Miller, Klempa, Yost and Wills - Requesting DOH name bridge located in Renick, Greenbrier County, "Keene Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/08/11 - Recommitted to Transportation and Infrastructure 02/15/11


23.
By Sen. Miller and Yost - Requesting WV Congressional Delegation to ask Department of State to make certain demands on government of United Arab Emirates - Introduced 02/08/11 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 03/12/11


24.
By Sen. Beach, Kessler (Acting President), Plymale, Prezioso, Browning, Minard, Klempa, Yost and Unger - Requesting DOH name bridge in Monongalia County "Joseph C. Bartolo Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/09/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/15/11 - To House 02/16/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/16/11 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/10/11


25.
By Sen. Hall, K. Facemyer, Kessler (Acting President), Plymale, Browning, Klempa, Yost, McCabe and Unger - Requesting DOH name Route 35 in Putnam and Mason counties "Fruth-Lanham Highway" - Introduced 02/09/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/17/11 - To House 02/18/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/18/11 - Adopted by House 03/12/11


26.
By Sen. D. Facemire, Kessler (Acting President), Browning, Minard, Klempa, Yost and Unger - Requesting DOH name bridge near Walkersville, Lewis County, "SP4 Loyd Eugene Robinson Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/09/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/10/11


27.
By Sen. Stollings, Klempa and Yost - Requesting DOH name bridge in Greenview, Boone County, "PVT Clyde Whitman (Bobbie) Bennett and PFC Oliver Ball, Jr. Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/11/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/14/11


28.
By Sen. Chafin, Fanning, Stollings, Miller, Klempa and Yost - Requesting DOH name intersection of Stoney Ridge and King Coal Highway in Mercer County "Christine West Interchange" - Introduced 02/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/22/11 - To House 02/23/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/23/11 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/10/11


29.
By Sen. Chafin, Browning, Fanning, Stollings, Miller, Klempa and Yost - Requesting DOH name King Coal Highway Interchange, at intersection of U. S. Route 52 and U. S. Route 460 in Mercer County "The K. A. Ammar, Jr. Interchange" - Introduced 02/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/22/11 - To House 02/23/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/23/11 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/10/11


30.
By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Klempa, Yost and Minard - Requesting DOH name bridge number 03-119-16.22 "PFC Willie Ray Stollings Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/22/11 - To House 02/23/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/23/11 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/09/11


31.
By Sen. Hall, Boley, Sypolt, Nohe, K. Facemyer, Stollings and Browning - Urging EPA change course and operate in good faith - Introduced 02/14/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Energy, Industry and Mining 02/15/11


32.
By Sen. Foster, Laird, Palumbo and Yost - Requesting DOH name bridge on U. S. Route 60 in Gauley Bridge "Sgt. Scott Angel Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/15/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/22/11 - To House 02/23/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/23/11 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/10/11


33.
By Sen. Browning, Green, Yost and Klempa - Requesting DOH name bridge on Route 16 in Wyoming County "Justin Lane Haga Janes and Matthew Robert Wrenn Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/16/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/22/11 - To House 02/23/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/23/11 - Adopted by House 03/12/11


34.
By Sen. D. Facemire, Minard, Klempa and Yost - Requesting DOH name bridge on I-79 in Weston "Colonel James E. Hiteshew Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/17/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/18/11


35.
By Sen. D. Facemire, Minard, Klempa and Yost - Requesting DOH name bridge near Walkersville in Lewis County "SP4 Loyd Eugene Robinson Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/17/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/18/11


36.
By Sen. Plymale, Unger, Browning, Jenkins, Stollings, Minard, Williams, Kessler (Acting President) and D. Facemire - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study educational and communication barriers facing children deaf or hard of hearing - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Education then Rules - To Rules 03/08/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


37.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Browning, Green, Foster, Jenkins, McCabe, Laird, Prezioso, Minard and Williams - Urging WV Delegation to Congress oppose any action by Congress or President to reduce funding for Community Service Block Grants - Introduced 02/18/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/24/11 - To House 02/25/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 02/25/11 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/10/11


38.
By Sen. Stollings, Wells, Foster, Unger, Jenkins, McCabe, Miller, Laird, Prezioso, Williams, Klempa, Kessler (Acting President) and D. Facemire - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study needs, challenges and issues facing West Virginians with Alzheimer's - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - To Rules 02/23/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/10/11 - To House 03/10/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/10/11 - Adopted by House 03/12/11


39.
By Sen. Wills and Klempa - Requesting DOH name WV 20 between Cowen and Webster and Nicholas County lines "Chief Samuel 'Ed' Plummer Memorial Highway" - Introduced 02/21/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11 - To House 03/04/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/04/11 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 03/10/11


40.
By Sen. Hall, Wells and Klempa - Requesting DOH name bridge crossing Route 34 at Poplar Fork, Putnam County, "PFC Roger Lee Byus Memorial Bridge, Killed in Action, Vietnam 1969" - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/22/11


41.
By Sen. Miller and Klempa - Requesting DOH name bridge that spans Muddy Creek River on Route 3 in Greenbrier County "Campbell Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/22/11


42.
By Sen. Jenkins, Nohe, Palumbo, Sypolt, Tucker, Wells and Wills - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study opportunities to adopt model legislation and/or COMPAC to facilitate sharing of prescription data with other states - Introduced 02/21/11 - Referred to Rules 02/21/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


43.
By Sen. Miller, Edgell, D. Facemire and Klempa - Requesting DOH erect sign under community of Caldwell sign on Route 60 at mile marker 165 east and at mile marker 166 west bound, in Greenbrier County, "Home of Chan Whitt Jr." - Introduced 02/22/11 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 03/01/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/02/11 - On Unf. Business, Special Calendar - Amended - Adopted by House 03/09/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment and adopted resolution 03/10/11


44.
By Sen. Chafin, Unger, Fanning, Kessler (Acting President), Miller and Sypolt - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study utility services - Introduced 02/22/11 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Rules 03/08/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/10/11 - To House 03/11/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/11/11


45.
By Sen. Sypolt - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study impact of laws and regulations pertaining to possession and use of firearms - Introduced 02/23/11 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Judiciary 02/24/11


46.
By Sen. Yost (Originating in Senate Labor) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study procurement of services and goods by agencies and departments - Introduced 02/23/11 - Referred to Rules 02/23/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


47.
By Sen. Yost (Originating in Senate Labor) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Boiler Safety Act - Introduced 02/23/11 - Referred to Rules 02/23/11


48.
By Sen. Fanning, Edgell, Yost, Stollings and Klempa - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study need to clarify law relating to disposition of deceased person's remains - Introduced 02/25/11 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Rules 03/08/11


49.
By Sen. Hall, Plymale and Edgell - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study fiscal impact of making mandatory drug testing part of regulatory program for miners - Introduced 03/01/11 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Judiciary 03/02/11


51.
By Sen. Hall and Browning - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study existing agency rules to evaluate regulatory burden on business and industry - Introduced 03/02/11 - To Finance then Rules - To Finance 03/03/11


52.
By Sen. Palumbo and Browning - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study impacts of cost sharing, coinsurance and specialty tier pricing for prescription medications - Introduced 03/02/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - To Health and Human Resources 03/03/11


53.
By Sen. Chafin, Unger, Fanning and Klempa - Requesting DOH name bridge number 30-3/5-3.01, in Mingo County, "Brittany Nicole Dentro Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/03/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/09/11 - To House 03/10/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/10/11


54.
By Sen. Snyder, Green, Browning, Foster, Klempa, Minard, Palumbo, Williams, Yost, Boley and Sypolt - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study scope of practice of health care professions - Introduced 03/03/11 - Referred to Rules 03/03/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/09/11 - To House 03/10/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/10/11


55.
By Sen. Plymale, Stollings and Yost - Requesting DOH name State Route 35 from mouth of Sweetwater Branch to Gourd Branch, in Wayne County, "Perry Brothers Memorial Highway" - Introduced 03/07/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/10/11 - To House 03/11/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/11/11


56.
By Sen. Plymale, Stollings and Yost - Requesting DOH name State Route 35 from State Route 152 at Missouri Branch to Tank Hollow, in Wayne County, "Crum Brothers Memorial Highway" - Introduced 03/07/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/10/11 - To House 03/11/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/11/11


57.
By Sen. Williams, Beach, Klempa, D. Facemire, Tucker and K. Facemyer (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study implementation of highway signage program to direct visitors to tourist-oriented businesses - Introduced 03/07/11 - Referred to Rules 03/07/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/09/11 - To House 03/10/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/10/11


58.
By Sen. Browning, Klempa, Prezioso, McCabe, Stollings, Wells, Williams and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Economic Development) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study advisability of establishing Economic Diversification Permanent Fund using mineral severance taxes - Introduced 03/07/11 - Referred to Rules 03/07/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/09/11 - To House 03/10/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/10/11


59.
By Sen. Browning, Klempa, Prezioso, McCabe, Stollings, Wells, Williams and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Economic Development) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study whether state should increase funding to Matching Advertising Partnership Program - Introduced 03/07/11 - Referred to Rules 03/07/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


60.
By Sen. Palumbo, Foster, McCabe, Wells, Chafin, Browning, Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Fanning, Plymale and Boley - Requesting DOH name 35th Street bridge in Charleston "Kaufman Memorial 35th Street Bridge" - Introduced 03/08/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 03/08/11 - To House 03/08/11 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/08/11


61.
By Sen. Laird, Fanning, Beach, Boley, Edgell, D. Facemire, K. Facemyer, Green, Helmick, Williams and Wills (Originating in Senate Natural Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study methods for assessing state's narrative water quality standards - Introduced 03/08/11 - Referred to Rules 03/08/11 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 03/12/11


62.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Browning, Foster, Stollings, McCabe, Yost and Klempa - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize Joint Interim Committee on Economic Development study efficient mineral development - Introduced 03/09/11 - To Economic Development then Rules - 2nd reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


63.
By Sen. Chafin, Fanning, Stollings and Yost - Requesting DOH name bridge in Mingo County "Reverend Arnold and Nell Mollette Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/09/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/11/11


64.
By Sen. Browning, Klempa, Prezioso, Wells, Stollings, Snyder, Williams, K. Facemyer, Sypolt and Hall (Originating in Senate Economic Development) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study legislation encouraging development of small businesses - Introduced 03/09/11 - Referred to Rules 03/09/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


65.
By Sen. Snyder (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting study on creation of Fiscal and Policy Division under Joint Committee on Government and Finance - Introduced 03/09/11 - Referred to Rules 03/09/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


66.
By Sen. Snyder (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study implementation of procedures by DEP relating to environmental sampling - Introduced 03/09/11 - Referred to Rules 03/09/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


67.
By Sen. Sypolt - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance conduct study relating to circuit court filing fees - Introduced 03/10/11 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Judiciary 03/11/11


68.
By Sen. Hall - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study cost-effectiveness of transporting excess animal population to other states - Introduced 03/10/11 - To Natural Resources then Rules


69.
By Sen. Plymale, Jenkins and Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge in Wayne County "Staff Sergeant Sidney H. Blankenship Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/10/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


70.
By Sen. Stollings, Unger and Browning - Requesting DOH name bridge in Boone County "Fred York Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/10/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


71.
By Sen. Hall, McCabe, Minard and Browning - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study impacts of cost sharing, coinsurance and specialty tier pricing for prescription medications - Introduced 03/10/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - 2nd reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


72.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Edgell, Plymale, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Helmick, Stollings, Miller, Hall, Boley and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study funding of fairs and festivals - Introduced 03/10/11 - Referred to Rules 03/10/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


73.
By Sen. Hall, Minard, McCabe and Browning - Urging U. S. EPA interpret WV Water Pollution Act to balance environmental protection with employment and industrial needs - Introduced 03/11/11 - To Rules 03/12/11


74.
By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Jenkins, Tucker, Laird, Miller and Prezioso (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study need to improve public access to epinephrine auto-injectors - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


75.
By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Jenkins, Tucker, Laird, Miller and Prezioso (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize study of rate review process established by Health Care Authority - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


76.
By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Jenkins, Tucker, Laird, Miller and Prezioso (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study use of tobacco taxes for research - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11


77.
By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Jenkins, Tucker, Laird, Miller and Prezioso (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance conduct study ensuring transparency regarding healthcare providers - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


78.
By Sen. Palumbo, Beach, Browning, Fanning, Jenkins, Klempa, Minard, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Wills, Barnes, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study need for legislation regarding negative costs resulting from prescription medication abuse - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11


79.
By Sen. Palumbo, Beach, Browning, Fanning, Jenkins, Klempa, Minard, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Wills, Barnes, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study need for authorizing executive director of Public Defender Services control over public defender corporations - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


80.
By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Beach, Browning, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Unger and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study methods of making WESTEST2 results count as part of students' grades - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


81.
By Sen. Browning, Plymale, Wells, Beach, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Unger and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study methods of improving fairness of competition between public and nonpublic schools - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


82.
By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Beach, Browning, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Unger and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance conduct study to determine alternative certification paths for teachers and principals - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


83.
By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Beach, Browning, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Unger and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance conduct study to determine value of professional career ladder program for teachers tied to student growth formula - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


84.
By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Beach, Browning, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Unger and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study implementation of 10 elements of digital learning and State Board of Education's Middle School Global 21 initiative - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


85.
By Sen. Beach, Plymale, Wells, Browning, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Unger and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study multiple topics related to teacher salaries; analyze language limitations of school levies - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


86.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Edgell, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Helmick, Stollings, Miller, Hall, Boley and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study general revenue funding of community and technical colleges - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


87.
By Sen. McCabe, Browning, Hall, Foster, Prezioso and Klempa - Urging WV Congressional Delegation oppose proposal waiving interest payment on unemployment loans - Introduced 03/12/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


88.
By Sen. Fanning, Beach, Klempa, D. Facemire, Plymale, Tucker, Williams, Barnes and K. Facemyer (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting DOH name bridge in McDowell County on County Route 3/2 "Adam Bailey Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/12/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


89.
By Sen. Snyder (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study regulating pawnbrokers - Introduced 03/12/11 - Referred to Rules 03/12/11


90.
By Sen. Snyder (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Board of Examiners of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology - Introduced 03/12/11 - Referred to Rules 03/12/11


91.
By Sen. Snyder (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study repealing antiquated sunset language - Introduced 03/12/11 - Referred to Rules 03/12/11


92.
By Sen. D. Facemire, Beach, Klempa, Tucker, Plymale, Fanning, Williams, Barnes and K. Facemyer (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study implementation of intrastate air service - Introduced 03/12/11 - Referred to Rules 03/12/11


93.
By Sen. Tucker, Beach, Klempa, D. Facemire, Plymale, Fanning, Williams, Barnes and K. Facemyer (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting DOH name bridge in Nicholas County, on State Route 129, "Lee Tucker Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/12/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


94.
By Sen. Stollings, Prezioso, Foster, Laird, Palumbo, Hall and Jenkins (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance conduct study making pseudoephedrine and ephedrine available only by prescription - Introduced 03/12/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


ALL SENATE RESOLUTIONS OFFERED


1.
By Sen. Kessler, Beach, Browning, Edgell, D. Facemire, Foster, Klempa, Laird, McCabe, Palumbo, Prezioso, Snyder, Unger, Wells, Wills and Yost - Adopting rules of Senate - Introduced 01/12/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 01/12/11


2.
By Sen. Unger - Raising committee to notify House Senate has assembled - Introduced 01/12/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 01/12/11


3.
By Sen. Unger - Raising committee to notify Governor Legislature has assembled - Introduced 01/12/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 01/12/11


4.
By Sen. Prezioso - Authorizing mailing of bills and journals - Introduced 01/12/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 01/12/11


5.
By Sen. Sypolt, Williams, Barnes, Foster, D. Facemire and Helmick - Recognizing contributions of Henry Gassaway Davis - Introduced 01/13/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 01/13/11


*6.
By Sen. Unger - Amending Senate Rule Nos. 3, 14, 15, 27 and 62. - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Rules 01/13/11 - Com. sub. reported 01/20/11 - Adopted 01/20/11


7.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Foster, Palumbo, Snyder, Stollings, Barnes, Edgell, Browning, Chafin, Plymale, Klempa, Unger, Jenkins, D. Facemire, Sypolt, Yost, Wells, Prezioso, McCabe, Williams, Green, Wills, Fanning and Hall - Commemorating life of Michael Edward Millner - Introduced 01/14/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 01/14/11


8.
By Sen. Palumbo, Foster, Jenkins, Browning, McCabe, Plymale, Prezioso, Minard, Klempa, Kessler (Acting President), Stollings and Wells - Designating January 20, 2011, as "Generation West Virginia Day" at the Legislature - Introduced 01/20/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 01/20/11


9.
By Sen. Laird, D. Facemire, Edgell, Foster, Jenkins, Browning, Plymale, Prezioso, Miller, Minard, Klempa, Kessler (Acting President), Wells and Stollings - Designating January 20, 2011, as "Professional Counselor Day" at the Legislature - Introduced 01/20/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 01/20/11


10.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Green, Unger, Browning, McCabe, Stollings, Sypolt, Plymale, K. Facemyer, Williams, Minard, Hall, Laird, Jenkins, Boley, Nohe, Yost, Klempa, Wells, Prezioso, Beach, Miller, Palumbo, Snyder, Edgell, D. Facemire and Tucker - Urging U. S. EPA reconsider January 13, 2011, action to veto permit issued by U. S. Army Corps of Engineers for Spruce Mine - Introduced 01/20/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Amended - Adopted 01/20/11


11.
By Sen. Unger (Originating in Senate Rules) - Amending Senate Rule No. 15 - Introduced 01/21/11 - Adopted 01/21/11


12.
By Sen. Browning, Unger, Jenkins, Foster, Wells, Plymale, McCabe, Kessler (Acting President), Stollings, Prezioso, Miller, Laird, Snyder, Williams, Sypolt and Barnes - Designating January 25, 2011, "Local Economic Development Appreciation Day" - Introduced 01/25/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 01/25/11


13.
By Sen. Foster, Palumbo, McCabe, Wells, Browning, K. Facemyer, Hall, Unger, Fanning, Jenkins, Stollings, Plymale, D. Facemire, Snyder, Green, Minard, Nohe, Beach, Williams, Yost and Kessler (Acting President) - Recognizing statewide contributions of the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences - Introduced 01/26/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 01/26/11


14.
By Sen. Palumbo, Unger, Browning, Prezioso, K. Facemyer, McCabe, D. Facemire, Hall, Wells, Jenkins, Plymale, Edgell, Foster, Nohe, Yost, Williams, Beach, Green, Laird, Stollings, Klempa and Kessler (Acting President) - Designating January 27, 2011, "West Virginia Press Association Day" - Introduced 01/27/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 01/27/11


15.
By Sen. Prezioso and Unger - Authorizing appointment and payment of Senate employees for 2011 - Introduced 01/28/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 01/28/11


16.
By Sen. Wells, Unger, Snyder, Jenkins, Browning, Kessler (Acting President), McCabe, Stollings, Plymale, Prezioso, Miller, Laird, Palumbo, Klempa, Beach, Yost, Williams and Sypolt - Honoring Adjutant General Allen E. Tackett - Introduced 01/31/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 01/31/11


17.
By Sen. Unger, Snyder, Kessler (Acting President), McCabe, Stollings, Plymale, Prezioso, Klempa and Yost - Recognizing Leadership Berkeley - Introduced 01/31/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 01/31/11


18.
By Sen. Wells, Foster, Chafin, Kessler (Acting President), Stollings, Plymale, McCabe, Palumbo, Minard, Klempa and Yost - Honoring Charleston Catholic High School Volleyball Team for its accomplishments and record-setting performances over 2009 and 2010 seasons - Introduced 02/01/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/01/11


19.
By Sen. Plymale, Unger, Jenkins, Stollings, Klempa, Chafin, D. Facemire, Minard, Yost and Williams - Recognizing Hannah Bailey for outstanding athletic achievements - Introduced 02/02/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/02/11


20.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Snyder, Jenkins, Foster, McCabe, Stollings, Plymale, Prezioso, Klempa, Miller, Minard, Yost and Wells - Designating February 2, 2011, "Social Work Day" at the Legislature - Introduced 02/02/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/02/11


21.
By Sen. Plymale, Unger, Snyder, D. Facemire, Jenkins, Stollings, Klempa, Chafin, Minard, Yost and Williams - Congratulating Spring Valley Varsity Cheerleaders for winning 2010 Class AAA state cheerleading championship - Introduced 02/02/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/02/11


22.
By Sen. Laird, Unger, Foster, Browning, Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President), Klempa, Yost, Minard, Green, Miller, Plymale and McCabe - Designating February 3, 2011, "Crime Victims Day at the Legislature" - Introduced 02/03/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/03/11


23.
By Sen. Wells, Unger, Foster, Plymale, Stollings, Miller, Klempa, Yost and McCabe - Recognizing WV Soccer Club Rowdies U14 boys team for outstanding athletic achievement - Introduced 02/09/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/09/11


24.
By Sen. Prezioso, Unger, McCabe, Hall, K. Facemyer, Palumbo, Boley, Barnes, Yost, Edgell, D. Facemire, Foster, Laird, Minard, Helmick, Jenkins, Beach, Browning, Stollings, Klempa, Wells, Wills, Miller, Chafin, Tucker, Williams, Sypolt, Plymale, Nohe, Kessler (Acting President), Fanning, Snyder and Green - Designating February 9, 2011, "Disability Advocacy Day" - Introduced 02/09/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/09/11


25.
By Sen. Laird, Jenkins, Browning, Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Plymale, McCabe, Stollings, Klempa, Williams and Yost - Designating February 14, 2011 "Corrections Day" - Introduced 02/14/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/14/11


26.
By Sen. Plymale, Unger, Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President), Stollings, Yost and Williams - Congratulating Cabell Midland High School Boys' Cross Country team on winning 2010 Class AAA state championship - Introduced 02/15/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/15/11


27.
By Sen. Barnes, Laird, Helmick, Wells, Unger, Foster, Jenkins, McCabe, Stollings, Plymale, Green, Minard, Yost, Klempa, Beach, Sypolt and Kessler (Acting President) - Recognizing Order of the Arrow, Boy Scouts of America - Introduced 02/16/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/16/11


28.
By Sen. Plymale, Unger, Jenkins, Edgell, Foster, Wells, Browning, Stollings, McCabe, Prezioso, Laird, Palumbo, Minard, Klempa, Williams, Yost and Kessler (Acting President) - Designating February 17, 2011, "Higher Education Day" at the Legislature - Introduced 02/17/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/17/11


29.
By Sen. Boley, Nohe, K. Facemyer, Unger, Foster, Wells, Klempa, Stollings, McCabe, Minard, Williams, Yost and Kessler (Acting President) - Recognizing WVU at Parkersburg on occasion of its 50th Anniversary - Introduced 02/17/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/17/11


30.
By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Hall, Foster, Green, Jenkins, Wells, Browning, Plymale, Boley, Minard, Williams, Yost, Klempa, Sypolt, McCabe and Kessler (Acting President) - Memorializing life of Catherine L. Larck - Introduced 02/18/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/18/11


31.
By Sen. Unger, Snyder, Wells, Kessler (Acting President), McCabe, Plymale and Klempa - Designating February 21, 2011, Jefferson County Day at the Capitol - Introduced 02/21/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/21/11


32.
By Sen. Unger, Snyder, Wells, Kessler (Acting President), McCabe, Plymale and Klempa - Recognizing Leadership Jefferson - Introduced 02/21/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/21/11


33.
By Sen. Wells, Yost, Edgell, D. Facemire, Laird, Williams, Boley, Nohe, Sypolt, Barnes, Beach, Browning, Chafin, K. Facemyer, Fanning, Foster, Green, Hall, Helmick, Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President), Klempa, McCabe, Miller, Minard, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Snyder, Stollings, Tucker, Unger and Wills - Designating Monday, February 21, 2011, "Veterans Visibility Day" - Introduced 02/21/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/21/11


34.
By Sen. Prezioso, Edgell, Unger, Kessler (Acting President), McCabe, Plymale, D. Facemire, Klempa and Williams - Designating May 24, 2011, "Aviation Maintenance Technician Day" - Introduced 02/22/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/22/11


35.
By Sen. Boley, Unger, McCabe, Plymale and Sypolt - Designating February 22, 2011, "West Virginia Home School Day" - Introduced 02/22/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/22/11


36.
By Sen. Laird, Beach, Tucker, Yost, Minard, Klempa, Williams, Foster, Browning, Jenkins, Unger, Edgell, Kessler (Acting President), Green, McCabe, Stollings, Plymale and Prezioso - Designating February 23, 2011, "Community Action Day" - Introduced 02/23/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/23/11


37.
By Sen. Miller, Unger, Edgell, Kessler (Acting President), Green, Stollings, Plymale, Klempa and Yost - Recognizing Summers County High School Lady Bobcats basketball team - Introduced 02/23/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/23/11


38.
By Sen. Foster, Browning, Fanning, Jenkins, Unger, Edgell, Kessler (Acting President), McCabe, Stollings, Plymale, Prezioso, Wills, Palumbo, Minard, Klempa, Yost, Williams, Sypolt, Green and Wells - Memorializing life of Andrew J. Trail - Introduced 02/23/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/23/11


39.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Foster, Yost, Williams, Minard, Stollings, McCabe, Plymale, Browning and Klempa - Recognizing Society of Human Resource Management - Introduced 02/24/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/24/11


40.
By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Acting President), Boley, Nohe, Beach, Jenkins, Yost, Prezioso, Minard, Laird, Barnes, Sypolt, Hall, Green, Miller, Plymale, Edgell, Williams, Stollings, McCabe, Klempa, Wills and Browning - Recognizing volunteers and staff at pregnancy care centers in WV and across United States - Introduced 02/24/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/24/11


41.
By Sen. Jenkins, Plymale, Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Yost, Stollings, Klempa and Unger - Recognizing Rhonda Smalley and the Cabell Midland High School Band - Introduced 02/25/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 02/25/11


42.
By Sen. Plymale, Jenkins, Foster, Unger, Prezioso, Stollings, McCabe, Browning, Laird, Klempa, Yost and Kessler (Acting President) - Designating March 2, 2011, "Marshall University Day" - Introduced 03/02/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 03/02/11


43.
By Sen. Unger, Foster, Edgell, Plymale, Klempa, Stollings and Kessler (Acting President) - Recognizing Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority - Introduced 03/04/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 03/04/11


44.
By Sen. Wells, McCabe, Foster, Unger, Prezioso, Stollings, Browning and Klempa - Designating March 6-12, 2011, "National Problem Gambling Awareness Week" - Introduced 03/07/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 03/07/11


45.
By Sen. Palumbo, Foster, Unger, Kessler (Acting President), Wells, Plymale, Prezioso, McCabe, Stollings, Browning, Laird, Green, Yost, Williams and Klempa - Designating March, 2011, "American Red Cross Month" - Introduced 03/07/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 03/07/11


46.
By Sen. Browning, Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Wells, Plymale, Prezioso, McCabe, Stollings, Yost and Williams - Recognizing Republic of China (Taiwan) on occasion of its 100th anniversary - Introduced 03/07/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 03/07/11


47.
By Sen. Browning, Klempa, Prezioso, McCabe, Stollings, Wells, Williams and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Economic Development) - Supporting legislation by Senator Rockefeller and Senator Manchin restricting power of United States Environmental Protection Agency - Introduced 03/07/11 - Adopted 03/08/11


48.
By Sen. Miller, Wills, Laird, Helmick, Fanning, Unger, Jenkins, Tucker, Browning, Foster, Stollings, McCabe, Kessler (Acting President), Plymale, Minard, Williams and Yost - Memorializing life of Honorable Ralph Dale Williams - Introduced 03/09/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 03/09/11 - Senate reconsidered adoption of resolution - Adopted 03/09/11


49.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, McCabe, Browning, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Boley and Hall - Authorizing Senate Committee on Confirmations meet and be paid for interims between regular sessions of Eightieth Legislature - Introduced 03/09/11 - Adopted 03/10/11


50.
By Sen. Hall, Plymale, Sypolt and Browning - Requesting Congress withhold funding for Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement for stream protection rule until agency justifies need for new rules - Introduced 03/10/11 - To Judiciary 03/11/11


51.
By Sen. Unger, Foster, Edgell, Jenkins, Plymale, Stollings, McCabe, Prezioso, Minard, Klempa, Williams, Browning and Kessler (Acting President) - Recognizing WV Directors of Senior and Community Services - Introduced 03/10/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 03/10/11


52.
By Sen. Hall, Edgell, Plymale, Stollings, Minard, Sypolt and Browning - Urging members of WV's Congressional delegation modify EPA regulations - Introduced 03/10/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining 03/11/11


53.
By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Minard, Kessler (Acting President), Klempa and Browning - Honoring Fred Pace - Introduced 03/11/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 03/11/11


54.
By Sen. Nohe, Boley, K. Facemyer, Sypolt, Snyder, Kessler (Acting President), Fanning, Wills, Miller, Beach, Foster, Jenkins, Wells, Prezioso, Browning, Hall, Chafin, Yost, Klempa, Palumbo, D. Facemire, Unger, McCabe, Laird, Helmick, Edgell, Green, Williams, Tucker, Barnes, Minard, Plymale and Stollings - Urging U. S. Navy continue Parkersburg High School NJROTC Program - Introduced 03/11/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 03/11/11


55.
By Sen. Unger, Fanning, Jenkins, Prezioso, Wells, McCabe, Stollings, Plymale, Browning, Palumbo, Edgell, Green, Minard, Klempa, Yost, Williams, Kessler (Acting President) and Sypolt - Memorializing life of Frank Woodruff Buckles - Introduced 03/12/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 03/12/11


56.
By Sen. Unger - Raising committee to notify House of Delegates Senate is ready to adjourn sine die - Introduced 03/18/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 03/18/11


57.
By Sen. Unger - Raising committee to notify Governor Legislature is ready to adjourn sine die - Introduced 03/18/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 03/18/11


SENATE BILLS PASSED SENATE

AND COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE


*18.
By Sen. Unger, Barnes, Foster and D. Facemire - Requiring alcohol awareness education courses for certain employees of retailers and licensed private clubs - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


*63.
By Sen. K. Facemyer - Relating to Board of Pharmacy and controlled substances - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 01/26/11 - To Judiciary 01/26/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 02/02/11 - Title amended - To House 02/03/11 - To Judiciary


*66.
By Sen. Browning - Relating to use of low-speed vehicles in municipalities - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization - (original same as H. B. No. 3186) - On 2nd reading to Government Organization 02/21/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/07/11


*71.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Browning, Wills, Barnes, Unger, Jenkins, Palumbo, Laird, Klempa and Miller - Making child neglect creating substantial risk of bodily harm a misdemeanor - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 01/25/11 - Passed Senate 01/28/11 - To House 01/31/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


*78.
By Sen. Foster, Stollings, Hall and Klempa - Requiring parental consent and accompaniment for minor to use tanning device - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/03/11 - Passed Senate 02/08/11 - To House 02/09/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/01/11


*80.
By Sen. Foster, Stollings, Hall, Palumbo, Beach and Klempa - Redefining basis for disqualification of prospective jurors - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 01/21/11 - To Judiciary 01/21/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 01/25/11 - Passed Senate 01/28/11 - Effective from passage - To House 01/31/11 - To Judiciary


*82.
By Sen. Foster, Stollings, Beach, Klempa and Plymale - Relating to a child's right to nurse - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/23/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/04/11


*195.
By Sen. Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President), Barnes, Browning, Palumbo, Stollings, Williams and Plymale - Relating to requirements to serve as magistrate - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2540) - Com. sub. reported 02/03/11 - Passed Senate 02/08/11 - To House 02/09/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amendments pending - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


*196.
By Sen. Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Chafin, Hall, Laird, Minard, Palumbo, Snyder, Williams, Plymale, Klempa and Jenkins - Relating to criminal offenses of robbery and attempted robbery - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2541) - Com. sub. reported 02/07/11 - Passed Senate 02/10/11 - To House 02/11/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 03/10/11 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


*202.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Hall, Unger, Wells, Stollings, Plymale, Prezioso, Wills and Klempa - Creating commission to develop pilot program to help at-risk youth - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/24/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Finance


*227.
By Sen. Browning, Unger, Plymale, Kessler (Acting President), McCabe, Prezioso, Stollings, Klempa, Foster, Jenkins and Minard - Relating to Creative Communities Development Pilot Program - Introduced 01/20/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2448 - similar to H. B. No. 2422) - Com. sub. reported 02/07/11 - To Finance 02/07/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/15/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/17/11 - To House 02/18/11 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance - To House Finance 03/04/11


*229.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Creating Math and Science Teacher Loan Assistance Program - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Education then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2738) - Com. sub. reported 02/09/11 - To Finance 02/09/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 03/01/11 - To Education then Finance


*231.
By Sen. Foster - Relating to elevator workers' licensure exemptions - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Labor then Government Organization - (original same as H. B. No. 2700) - Com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 03/03/11 - To Government Organization - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


*242.
By Sen. Stollings, Foster, McCabe, Kessler (Acting President), Miller, Laird, Fanning and Klempa - Dedicating portion of coal severance tax to county of origin - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2366 and H. B. No. 2912) - Com. sub. reported 02/03/11 - To Finance 02/03/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/11/11 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 03/12/11 - House refused to recede and requested conference 03/12/11 - To conference 03/12/11


*261.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing for special primary and general election to fill vacancy in office of Governor - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2853 - similar to H. B. No. 2552) - Com. sub. reported 01/28/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 01/28/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/01/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/02/11 - Reference dispensed - Tabled on 1st reading, House Calendar 02/03/11


*265.
By Sen. Palumbo, Barnes, Laird and Plymale - Authorizing Board of Parole, with sentencing court's concurrence, modify or waive parolee's restrictions relating to minors - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/04/11 - Passed Senate 02/09/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/10/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Laid over until 3/9/11 - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


*268.
By Sen. Laird, Foster, Kessler (Acting President) and Yost - Establishing driver's license restoration program - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/21/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance - To House Finance 03/04/11


*272.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to WV Tax Increment Financing Act - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2852) - Com. sub. reported 02/17/11 - To Finance 02/17/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/22/11 - Passed Senate 02/25/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/25/11 - To Finance


*277.
By Sen. Palumbo, McCabe, Jenkins, Foster, Minard, Nohe and Klempa - Limiting amount property reappraisal can increase over previous amount - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2672 and H. B. No. 2944) - Com. sub. reported 02/17/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/17/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Finance


*279.
By Sen. Foster, Unger, D. Facemire, Minard and Klempa - Relating to work camps for nonviolent offenders - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/22/11 - Passed Senate 02/25/11 - To House 02/25/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 03/07/11


*280.
By Sen. Plymale, Barnes, Foster, Wells and Beach - Changing certain deadlines associated with employment of service and school personnel - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 02/09/11 - Passed Senate 02/14/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 02/15/11 - To Education


*281.
By Sen. Barnes, Klempa, Hall, Boley, Fanning, Jenkins, Palumbo, Nohe, Unger, McCabe, Stollings, Plymale and Minard - Criminalizing installation of certain invasive software on mobile devices - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 2947) - Com. sub. reported 02/02/11 - Passed Senate 02/07/11 - To House 02/08/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


*303.
By Sen. Williams, Miller, Wills, Sypolt and Klempa - Adding captive cervids to list of animals protected from dogs - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/10/11 - Passed Senate 02/15/11 - To House 02/16/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/04/11


304.
By Sen. Beach, Klempa and Unger - Providing alternative means for initial purchaser of junked vehicles to notify DMV - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure - (original same as H. B. No. 2975) - Amended - Passed Senate 02/17/11 - To House 02/18/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 03/10/11 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


*307.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Hall, Unger, Jenkins, Plymale, Foster, Minard, Prezioso, McCabe, Stollings, Browning, Palumbo, Green, Beach, Boley, Nohe, K. Facemyer, Sypolt, Barnes, Wells and Klempa - Creating Intermediate Court of Appeals - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 3150 and H. B. No. 3165) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


329.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Plymale, McCabe and Klempa - Updating provisions of sales and use tax - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2928) - Passed Senate 02/16/11 - Title amended - To House 02/17/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 1st reading, House Calendar 03/11/11 - On 1st reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


331.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, McCabe, Plymale and Klempa - Correcting invalid code reference in definition of "eligible taxpayer" - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2913) - Passed Senate 02/16/11 - To House 02/17/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/10/11 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 03/11/11 - House refused to recede and requested conference 03/11/11 - To conference 03/12/11


*334.
By Sen. Jenkins, Klempa and Kessler (Acting President) - Creating criminal offense for animal fighting ventures involvement - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2443) - Com. sub. reported 02/16/11 - Passed Senate 02/21/11 - Title amended - To House 02/22/11 - To Agriculture then Judiciary


337.
By Sen. Palumbo, Wells, Foster and Klempa - Making failure to wear safety belts primary offense - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2062) - To Judiciary 02/07/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 02/14/11 - Effective Sept. 1, 2011 - To House 02/15/11 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


*338.
By Sen. Foster - Permitting state opt out of federal statute preventing residents convicted of certain crimes from receiving certain benefits - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2081) - Com. sub. reported 02/08/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/10/11 - To House 02/11/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


*344.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Foster, Jenkins, McCabe, Stollings, Plymale and Klempa - Relating to special method for appraising qualified capital additions to manufacturing facilities - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2950) - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/15/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/18/11 - Passed Senate 02/23/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 02/23/11 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


351.
By Sen. Williams, D. Facemire, McCabe, Plymale, Miller, Klempa and Sypolt - Regulating captive cervid farming as agricultural enterprise - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Agriculture then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2527) - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/15/11 - Passed Senate 02/25/11 - To House 02/25/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary


*385.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Unger - Amending section relating to increasing special penalties for assault and battery on athletic official - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/08/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 02/10/11 - To House 02/11/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


*387.
By Sen. Unger, Snyder, Nohe, Yost and Williams - Allowing retired officers carry concealed weapon - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Judiciary


*388.
By Sen. Unger, Snyder, D. Facemire, Yost and Kessler (Acting President) - Allowing fire chief appoint member to serve as designee on property safety enforcement agency - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 02/17/11 - Passed Senate 02/22/11 - To House 02/23/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/04/11


*390.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Snyder, McCabe, Stollings, Beach, Klempa, Minard, Yost and Wells - Adding web-enabled mobile devices to crime of invasion of privacy on computer - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/16/11 - Passed Senate 02/21/11 - To House 02/22/11 - To Judiciary


*407.
By Sen. Minard, Foster, Kessler (Acting President) and Stollings - Incorporating federal health insurance reforms into insurance code - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3019) - Com. sub. reported 02/16/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 02/21/11 - To House 02/22/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amendments pending - On 3rd reading, Special Calendar 03/12/11


*410.
By Sen. McCabe, Browning, Unger, Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Klempa and Miller - Extending alternative-fuel motor vehicle tax credit - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2135 and H. B. No. 2938) - Com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 03/03/11 - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


*420.
By Sen. Wills, Foster, Browning, Miller and Beach - Clarifying county commissioners must reside in district they represent - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/16/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/16/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/04/11


*424.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Klempa, Green, Beach, Snyder and Stollings - Creating Natural Gas Horizontal Well Control Act - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3042 - similar to H. B. No. 2878) - Com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/24/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - Reference dispensed - Committed to Judiciary then Finance on 2nd reading 03/07/11 - To House Finance 03/09/11 - On 3rd reading with restricted right to amend, Special Calender 03/12/11


426.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) - Requiring judge's permission before release of juror information after trial - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3132) - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary


*430.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) - Filing civil petition for expungement of certain criminal records - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 3128) - Com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary


438.
By Sen. Palumbo, Beach, Browning, Foster, Jenkins, Klempa, McCabe, Minard, Snyder, Tucker, Unger, Williams, Wills, Barnes, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Relating to election of magistrates by division - Introduced 02/04/11 - Passed Senate 02/09/11 - To House 02/10/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 2051)


*444.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Plymale, Klempa and Beach - Relating to protection of nonfamily or nonhousehold members from violations of personal safety - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3041) - Com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Judiciary then Finance


*447.
By Sen. Palumbo and Plymale - Relating to violations of school attendance requirements - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Education then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/23/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/25/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Education then Judiciary


456.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Unger - Relating to responsibilities of Marketing and Communications Office of Department of Commerce - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Economic Development then Finance - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/16/11 - Passed Senate 02/25/11 - Effective from passage - To House 02/25/11 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance


*464.
By Sen. Palumbo, Wills and Kessler (Acting President) - Allowing certain persons petition to regain right to possess firearms when lost due to mental health disability - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3076) - Com. sub. reported 02/10/11 - Passed Senate 02/15/11 - To House 02/16/11 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 03/10/11 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


467.
By Sen. Plymale, Kessler (Acting President), Stollings, Miller, Beach, Chafin and Foster - Requiring incidence reports when teachers are unlawfully assigned any responsibility during their planning period - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Education - (original same as H. B. No. 3035 - similar to H. B. No. 2317) - Amended - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - Title amended - To House 03/02/11 - To Education then Judiciary


*499.
By Sen. Laird, Tucker, Snyder, D. Facemire and Beach - Regulating zipline and canopy tour operations - Introduced 02/11/11 - To Economic Development then Judiciary - (original similar to H. B. No. 2532) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/23/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/25/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary


*508.
By Sen. Beach, Edgell, Kessler (Acting President) and Klempa - Allowing certain liquor licensees ability to conduct responsible liquor sampling events - Introduced 02/14/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - (original same as H. B. No. 3174) - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/16/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Judiciary


*510.
By Sen. Unger - Relating to requirements for new facility projects of public agencies and projects receiving state funds - Introduced 02/14/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 2957 - similar to H. B. No. 2024 and H. B. No. 2401) - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To House 03/01/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 03/07/11


*516.
By Sen. Plymale, Browning, Unger, Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President) and Stollings - Requiring state board establish digital learning program - Introduced 02/15/11 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 02/18/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/18/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Education then Finance


*526.
By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Jenkins and Kessler (Acting President) - Allowing certain emergency service providers possess Naloxone to administer in suspected overdoses - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 02/23/11 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 03/04/11


530.
By Sen. Unger - Clarifying use of certain portion of revenues of racetracks with lottery table games - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Finance - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/01/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 03/08/11


*540.
By Sen. Unger - Creating Equine Rescue Facilities Act - Introduced 02/17/11 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 02/24/11 - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Judiciary


*552.
By Sen. Laird, Williams, Wells, Jenkins, Miller, Minard, Sypolt and Kessler (Acting President) - Creating crime of financial exploitation of elderly, protected or incapacitated person - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Judiciary - - Com. sub. reported 02/23/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Judiciary


*553.
By Sen. Unger, Palumbo, Prezioso, Stollings, Laird, Jenkins, McCabe, Minard, Yost and Kessler (Acting President) - Creating workers' compensation insurance subsidy program for volunteer fire departments - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3191) - Com. sub. reported 02/25/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 03/07/11


*556.
By Sen. McCabe, Green, Edgell, Helmick, Yost, Browning, Tucker, Miller, Fanning and Plymale - Relating to Water Development Authority employees - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (original same as H. B. No. 3180) - On 2nd reading to Finance 02/23/11 - Com. sub. reported 02/28/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Government Organization then Finance


565.
By Sen. Palumbo, Wills, Foster and Kessler (Acting President) - Providing notice and ability to be heard during certain hearings to person residing with victim prior to crime - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Judiciary


568.
By Sen. Tucker and Plymale - Providing attorney from public defender office be appointed by judge in certain cases - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Judiciary


*569.
By Sen. Snyder - Increasing maximum homeowners' associations' fees; exception for certain expense liability planned communities - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 03/01/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 1st reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


609.
By Sen. Palumbo, Snyder, Williams and Barnes (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Clarifying certain employees of property management firms are not required to be licensed security guards - Introduced 02/24/11 - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - To House 03/02/11 - To Judiciary


611.
By Sen. Palumbo, Browning, Foster, Klempa, Minard, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Wills and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Extending discount for EZ Pass transponders to all other toll roads - Introduced 02/25/11 - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Finance


613.
By Sen. Palumbo, Beach, Browning, Klempa, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Wills, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Relating to state elections and early voting - Introduced 02/28/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/02/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/03/11 - To Finance - (original similar to H. B. No. 3038)


614.
By Sen. Klempa, Beach, Williams, Browning, Snyder, Palumbo, Wills, Foster, Minard, Tucker and Barnes (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Permitting specific law-enforcement officials access to certain confidential pharmaceutical information - Introduced 02/28/11 - On 2nd reading to Health and Human Resources 02/28/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/02/11 - To House 03/03/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Special Calendar - Amended - Passed House 03/11/11 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 03/12/11 - House refused to recede and requested conference 03/12/11 - Senate insisted that House recede 03/12/11


616.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Plymale, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Edgell, Stollings, Miller, Hall, Boley and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Relating to post-employment benefits generally - Introduced 03/02/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Amended - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/03/11 - To Finance - Read 1st time 03/10/11 - Amended - Passed House 03/12/11 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment with amendment and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective from passage


621.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Edgell, Plymale, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Helmick, Stollings, Miller, Hall, Boley and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Making supplementary appropriation of public moneys from Treasury to Department of Education - Introduced 03/12/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - To House 03/12/11 - Reference dispensed - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS

COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE


9.
By Sen. Plymale, Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Browning and Jenkins - Proposing amendment to Constitution designated The Silenced Majority Local Levy and Bond Amendment - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (original similar to H. J. R. No. 29) - To Finance 02/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/25/11 - Reference dispensed - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 03/12/11


SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS

COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE


1.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Prezioso and Hall - Authorizing payment of supplies, services, printing and other expenses - Introduced 01/12/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 01/12/11 - Senate requests return of resolution from House


23.
By Sen. Miller and Yost - Requesting WV Congressional Delegation to ask Department of State to make certain demands on government of United Arab Emirates - Introduced 02/08/11 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 03/12/11


36.
By Sen. Plymale, Unger, Browning, Jenkins, Stollings, Minard, Williams, Kessler (Acting President) and D. Facemire - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study educational and communication barriers facing children deaf or hard of hearing - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Education then Rules - To Rules 03/08/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


42.
By Sen. Jenkins, Nohe, Palumbo, Sypolt, Tucker, Wells and Wills - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study opportunities to adopt model legislation and/or COMPAC to facilitate sharing of prescription data with other states - Introduced 02/21/11 - Referred to Rules 02/21/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


44.
By Sen. Chafin, Unger, Fanning, Kessler (Acting President), Miller and Sypolt - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study utility services - Introduced 02/22/11 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Rules 03/08/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/10/11 - To House 03/11/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/11/11


46.
By Sen. Yost (Originating in Senate Labor) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study procurement of services and goods by agencies and departments - Introduced 02/23/11 - Referred to Rules 02/23/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


53.
By Sen. Chafin, Unger, Fanning and Klempa - Requesting DOH name bridge number 30-3/5-3.01, in Mingo County, "Brittany Nicole Dentro Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/03/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/09/11 - To House 03/10/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/10/11


54.
By Sen. Snyder, Green, Browning, Foster, Klempa, Minard, Palumbo, Williams, Yost, Boley and Sypolt - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study scope of practice of health care professions - Introduced 03/03/11 - Referred to Rules 03/03/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/09/11 - To House 03/10/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/10/11


55.
By Sen. Plymale, Stollings and Yost - Requesting DOH name State Route 35 from mouth of Sweetwater Branch to Gourd Branch, in Wayne County, "Perry Brothers Memorial Highway" - Introduced 03/07/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/10/11 - To House 03/11/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/11/11


56.
By Sen. Plymale, Stollings and Yost - Requesting DOH name State Route 35 from State Route 152 at Missouri Branch to Tank Hollow, in Wayne County, "Crum Brothers Memorial Highway" - Introduced 03/07/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/10/11 - To House 03/11/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/11/11


57.
By Sen. Williams, Beach, Klempa, D. Facemire, Tucker and K. Facemyer (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study implementation of highway signage program to direct visitors to tourist-oriented businesses - Introduced 03/07/11 - Referred to Rules 03/07/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/09/11 - To House 03/10/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/10/11


58.
By Sen. Browning, Klempa, Prezioso, McCabe, Stollings, Wells, Williams and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Economic Development) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study advisability of establishing Economic Diversification Permanent Fund using mineral severance taxes - Introduced 03/07/11 - Referred to Rules 03/07/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/09/11 - To House 03/10/11 - To Rules - To House Rules 03/10/11


59.
By Sen. Browning, Klempa, Prezioso, McCabe, Stollings, Wells, Williams and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Economic Development) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study whether state should increase funding to Matching Advertising Partnership Program - Introduced 03/07/11 - Referred to Rules 03/07/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


61.
By Sen. Laird, Fanning, Beach, Boley, Edgell, D. Facemire, K. Facemyer, Green, Helmick, Williams and Wills (Originating in Senate Natural Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study methods for assessing state's narrative water quality standards - Introduced 03/08/11 - Referred to Rules 03/08/11 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 03/12/11


62.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Browning, Foster, Stollings, McCabe, Yost and Klempa - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize Joint Interim Committee on Economic Development study efficient mineral development - Introduced 03/09/11 - To Economic Development then Rules - 2nd reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


63.
By Sen. Chafin, Fanning, Stollings and Yost - Requesting DOH name bridge in Mingo County "Reverend Arnold and Nell Mollette Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/09/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/11/11


64.
By Sen. Browning, Klempa, Prezioso, Wells, Stollings, Snyder, Williams, K. Facemyer, Sypolt and Hall (Originating in Senate Economic Development) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study legislation encouraging development of small businesses - Introduced 03/09/11 - Referred to Rules 03/09/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


65.
By Sen. Snyder (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting study on creation of Fiscal and Policy Division under Joint Committee on Government and Finance - Introduced 03/09/11 - Referred to Rules 03/09/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


66.
By Sen. Snyder (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study implementation of procedures by DEP relating to environmental sampling - Introduced 03/09/11 - Referred to Rules 03/09/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


69.
By Sen. Plymale, Jenkins and Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge in Wayne County "Staff Sergeant Sidney H. Blankenship Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/10/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


70.
By Sen. Stollings, Unger and Browning - Requesting DOH name bridge in Boone County "Fred York Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/10/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


71.
By Sen. Hall, McCabe, Minard and Browning - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study impacts of cost sharing, coinsurance and specialty tier pricing for prescription medications - Introduced 03/10/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - 2nd reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


72.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Edgell, Plymale, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Helmick, Stollings, Miller, Hall, Boley and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study funding of fairs and festivals - Introduced 03/10/11 - Referred to Rules 03/10/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


74.
By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Jenkins, Tucker, Laird, Miller and Prezioso (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study need to improve public access to epinephrine auto-injectors - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


75.
By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Jenkins, Tucker, Laird, Miller and Prezioso (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize study of rate review process established by Health Care Authority - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


77.
By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Jenkins, Tucker, Laird, Miller and Prezioso (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance conduct study ensuring transparency regarding healthcare providers - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


79.
By Sen. Palumbo, Beach, Browning, Fanning, Jenkins, Klempa, Minard, Snyder, Tucker, Williams, Wills, Barnes, K. Facemyer and Nohe (Originating in Senate Judiciary) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study need for authorizing executive director of Public Defender Services control over public defender corporations - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


80.
By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Beach, Browning, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Unger and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study methods of making WESTEST2 results count as part of students' grades - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


81.
By Sen. Browning, Plymale, Wells, Beach, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Unger and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study methods of improving fairness of competition between public and nonpublic schools - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


82.
By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Beach, Browning, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Unger and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance conduct study to determine alternative certification paths for teachers and principals - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


83.
By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Beach, Browning, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Unger and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance conduct study to determine value of professional career ladder program for teachers tied to student growth formula - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


84.
By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Beach, Browning, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Unger and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study implementation of 10 elements of digital learning and State Board of Education's Middle School Global 21 initiative - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


85.
By Sen. Beach, Plymale, Wells, Browning, Edgell, Foster, Laird, Stollings, Tucker, Unger and Boley (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study multiple topics related to teacher salaries; analyze language limitations of school levies - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


86.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Edgell, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Helmick, Stollings, Miller, Hall, Boley and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study general revenue funding of community and technical colleges - Introduced 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


87.
By Sen. McCabe, Browning, Hall, Foster, Prezioso and Klempa - Urging WV Congressional Delegation oppose proposal waiving interest payment on unemployment loans - Introduced 03/12/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


88.
By Sen. Fanning, Beach, Klempa, D. Facemire, Plymale, Tucker, Williams, Barnes and K. Facemyer (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting DOH name bridge in McDowell County on County Route 3/2 "Adam Bailey Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/12/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


93.
By Sen. Tucker, Beach, Klempa, D. Facemire, Plymale, Fanning, Williams, Barnes and K. Facemyer (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting DOH name bridge in Nicholas County, on State Route 129, "Lee Tucker Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/12/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


94.
By Sen. Stollings, Prezioso, Foster, Laird, Palumbo, Hall and Jenkins (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance conduct study making pseudoephedrine and ephedrine available only by prescription - Introduced 03/12/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


ALL HOUSE BILLS PASSED BY HOUSE

AND COMMUNICATED TO SENATE


2001.
By Del. Boggs and Armstead - Providing that inmates serving life sentences shall be considered for parole only once every three years - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary - Reference dispensed - Passed House 01/12/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 01/13/11 - To Judiciary 01/13/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Amended - Passed Senate 01/18/11 - Title amended - Effective from passage - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 01/19/11 - House further considered bill - House concurred in Senate amend with amend, passed bill 01/25/11 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment to Senate amendment 01/25/11 - Passed Senate 01/25/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 1/28/11 - Approved by Governor 2/3/11


*2012.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Budget Bill, making appropriations of public money out of the treasury in accordance with section fifty-one, article six of the Constitution - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 70) - Amendments pending - Passed House 03/11/11 - Passed House 03/11/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/12/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Constitutional rule suspended - Amended - Passed Senate 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 03/12/11 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 03/12/11 - To conference 03/12/11 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 03/18/11 - Effect from passage - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 03/18/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor with deletions and reductions 3/23/11


*2013.
By Del. Hamilton and Staggers - Requiring the West Virginia Enhanced 911 Council to propose Emergency Medical Dispatch procedures - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 01/27/11 - Passed House 02/04/11 - To Senate 02/07/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 02/07/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 03/03/11 - Passed Senate 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2075.
By Del. Morgan - Relating to acquisition of a municipal business license - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 01/25/11 - To Senate 01/26/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 01/26/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2096.
By Del. Guthrie - Relating to arts, entertainment and enterprise districts - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 01/20/11 - Passed House 02/25/11 - To Senate 02/28/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 02/28/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 03/09/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule rejected 03/12/11 - On 3rd reading 03/13/11


*2159.
By Del. Doyle and Mahan - Relating to prohibiting members of the news media from being compelled to give testimony - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/02/11 - Title amended - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Judiciary 03/03/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/11/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2161.
By Del. Moore, Guthrie, Lawrence and Marshall - Creating the Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 17, S. B. No. 214 - similar to S. B. No. 13) - To House Finance 01/18/11 - Passed House 02/14/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/15/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 02/15/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 03/03/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 03/12/11 - Senate insisted that House concur 03/12/11


2164.
By Del. Poling, M., Duke and Paxton - Relating to public school support computation of local share - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 01/25/11 - Passed House 02/16/11 - To Senate 02/17/11 - To Education then Finance - To Education 02/17/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 03/10/11


*2208.
By Del. Talbott - Providing for actual costs to be paid for municipal audits and reducing the cap on audits for Class IV municipalities - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - To House Finance 02/11/11 - Passed House 02/24/11 - To Senate 02/25/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 02/25/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 03/08/11


*2248.
By Del. Miley, Iaquinta and Fragale - Expanding the list of federal law-enforcement officers who are extended the authority of state and local law-enforcement officers to enforce the laws of this state - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 02/14/11 - To Senate 02/15/11 - To Judiciary 02/15/11 - Passed Senate 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


2345.
By Del. Manchin, Longstreth and Poling, D. - Changing the membership of the PEIA Financial Board - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 01/25/11 - To Senate 01/26/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 01/26/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/24/11


*2347.
By Del. Iaquinta, Crosier, Skaff, Lawrence, Fragale, Marshall, Rowan, Border and Talbott - Extending the maximum length of protective orders in domestic violence - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 02/14/11 - To Senate 02/15/11 - To Judiciary 02/15/11


*2362.
By Del. Boggs, Perdue, Ashley and Barker - Increasing penalties for financial exploitation of an elderly person or incapacitated adult - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Judiciary 03/03/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 03/12/11 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 03/12/11 - To conference 03/12/11 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 03/12/11 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2368.
By Del. Morgan - Relating to the practice of beauty care - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Government Organization - Passed House 02/09/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/10/11 - To Government Organization 02/10/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment 03/11/11 - Laid over until 3/12/11, House Calendar - Unfinished Business, House Calendar 03/12/11 - Passed House 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/21/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*2370.
By Del. Morgan, Manypenny, Martin and Swartzmiller - Removing the Commissioner of the Bureau for Public Health from professional licensure boards - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Government Organization - Passed House 01/24/11 - To Senate 01/25/11 - To Government Organization 01/25/11


*2400.
By Del. Hunt, Miley, Moore, Wells, Skaff, Poore, Hatfield and Guthrie - Relating to granting licensed real estate appraisers access to commercial or residential review documents - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 01/20/11 - Passed House 02/02/11 - To Senate 02/03/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 02/03/11


2402.
By Del. Fleischauer, Caputo, Miley, Marshall, Poore, Wells and Talbott - Redefining the term "public record" as it is used in the Freedom of Information Act - Introduced 01/12/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 01/26/11 - To Senate 01/27/11 - To Judiciary 01/27/11


*2437.
By Del. Caputo, Manchin, Longstreth, Poore, Manypenny, L. Phillips and Poling, D. - Requiring study relating to mandating the utilization of devices that case underground mining machines to shut-off when methane is detected - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/17/11 - Amended - Passed House 03/02/11 - Title amended - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Energy, Industry and Mining 03/03/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/21/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*2438.
By Del. Miley, Hunt, Brown, Frazier, Barker, Moore, Hamilton and Ellem - Bringing older contradicting language still remaining in the code into conformity with §3-2-5(b)(3) and reestablishing a definition for "independent voter" - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 01/26/11 - To Senate 01/27/11 - To Judiciary 01/27/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 03/08/11 - Title amended - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/09/11 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/21/11


*2451.
By Del. Smith - Relating to victim impact statements - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 02/01/11 - To Senate 02/02/11 - To Judiciary 02/02/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 03/12/11 - Senate receded and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 4/4/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2464.
By Del. Miley, Boggs, Fragale, M. Poling, Morgan, Hunt, Fleischauer, Moore, Ellem, Hamilton and Lane - Adding additional requirements to the Ethics Act - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 01/19/11 - To Senate 01/20/11 - To Judiciary 01/20/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - Title amended - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 03/03/11 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 03/04/11 - To conference 03/07/11 - Conference committee extended- Joint Rules 03/11/11 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - Senate reconsidered action - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


2475.
By Del. Perry and Ellem - Including certain records of the Division of Juvenile Services in the exemptions from disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act - Introduced 01/14/11 - To Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 89) - Passed House 01/26/11 - To Senate 01/27/11 - To Judiciary 01/27/11 - Passed Senate 02/16/11 - To Governor 2/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/2/11


*2479.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Hartman, Hatfield, D. Poling, Martin, Staggers, Swartzmiller and Rowan - Relating to dental anesthesia - Introduced 01/14/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 01/20/11 - Passed House 02/25/11 - To Senate 02/28/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 02/28/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 03/08/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2498.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Hartman, Hatfield, Martin, D. Poling, Staggers and Rowan - Relating to the practice of dentistry - Introduced 01/14/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 01/19/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To Health and Human Resources 03/03/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2500.
By Del. M. Poling, Paxton and Duke - Relating to school personnel - Introduced 01/14/11 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 01/21/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Education then Finance - To Education 03/03/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 03/08/11


*2503.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Hartman, Hatfield and Swartzmiller - Authorizing Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists to require licensees to provide government identification - Introduced 01/14/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 01/19/11 - Passed House 02/07/11 - To Senate 02/08/11 - To Government Organization 02/08/11


*2505.
By Del. Perdue, Boggs, Hatfield, Cann, Rodighiero, Moye, Poore, Border, C. Miller, Hamilton and Lawrence - Adding synthetic cannabinoids and hallucinogens and stimulants to the Schedule I list of controlled substances (K2) - Introduced 01/14/11 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 02/02/11 - Title amended - Effect thirty days from passage - To Senate 02/03/11 - To Judiciary 02/03/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - Effective 30 days from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - Effect thirty days from passage - To Governor 3/21/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*2512.
By Del. Swartzmiller, Boggs, Caputo, Iaquinta, Hall, Manypenny, Martin, D. Poling, Shaver and Williams - Relating to pawnbrokers - Introduced 01/17/11 - To Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 199) - Passed House 03/01/11 - To Senate 03/02/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 03/02/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 03/10/11


*2513.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Givens, Hartman, Hatfield, Martin, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Cowles, C. Miller and Rowan - Relating to the practice of pharmacy - Introduced 01/17/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/09/11 - Amended - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To Health and Human Resources 03/03/11 - On 2nd reading to Government Organization 03/08/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/12/11 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 03/12/11 - Senate insisted that House concur 03/12/11


*2517.
By Del. Perry, Boggs and Ellem - Allowing Correctional Industries to directly purchase workers' compensation coverage for inmates - Introduced 01/17/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 91) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 01/28/11 - To Senate 01/31/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 01/31/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 03/03/11 - Passed Senate 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2520.
By Del. Perry, Boggs and Ellem - Relating to centers for housing young adult offenders - Introduced 01/17/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 92) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 01/28/11 - To Senate 01/31/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 01/31/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/09/11 - Effective from passage - Senate requests House to concur in changed effective date 03/09/11 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered effective date - Title amended - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate title amendment 03/12/11 - Passed House 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/21/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


2521.
By Del. Frazier - Eliminating the requirement of serving domestic violence orders by certified mail - Introduced 01/17/11 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 01/25/11 - To Senate 01/26/11 - To Judiciary 01/26/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11


*2522.
By Del. Williams, Moye, Perdue, Cann, Border and Hamilton - Relating to nursing home administrative appeals - Introduced 01/17/11 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 97) - To House Judiciary 01/20/11 - Passed House 02/02/11 - To Senate 02/03/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 02/03/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/08/11 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*2524.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Givens, Hartman, Hatfield, Martin, Staggers and Swartzmiller - Relating to the practice of speech-language pathology and audiology - Introduced 01/17/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/11/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Government Organization 03/03/11


*2525.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Martin, Hatfield, Staggers, Swartzmiller and C. Miller - Relating to the practice of social work - Introduced 01/17/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 01/27/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 01/28/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 01/28/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 03/08/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/08/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate reconsidered action - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*2532.
By Del. Staggers, L. Phillips, Hall, Martin, Perry, Moore, Morgan, Mahan, Moye, Pino and Williams - Zipline Responsibility Act - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary - (Original similar to S. B. No. 499) - To House Judiciary 01/27/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/08/11 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 03/09/11 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 03/10/11 - To conference 03/10/11 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 03/12/11 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/21/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*2533.
By Del. Talbott, Caputo, Hunt, Boggs, Varner, Shaver, Perry and Fleischauer - Requiring the identities of signatories to a certificate for a person seeking ballot access to be made public and verified - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 02/16/11 - To Senate 02/17/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 02/17/11


*2539.
By Del. Frazier, Miley, Brown, Caputo, Ellem, Hamilton, Longstreth, Moore and Sobonya - Authorizing the West Virginia State Police to enter into agreements for certain forensic services with the Marshall University Forensic Science Center - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 194) - Passed House 02/01/11 - To Senate 02/02/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 02/02/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/11/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/21/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*2542.
By Del. Brown - Clarifying requirements and procedures for access to cemeteries and grave sites located on private land - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 01/31/11 - Passed House 02/21/11 - To Senate 02/22/11 - To Judiciary 02/22/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 03/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*2550.
By Del. Iaquinta, Fleischauer, Longstreth, Stephens, Walker and Azinger - Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 189) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/02/11 - To Senate 02/03/11 - To Finance 02/03/11 - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/23/11


2551.
By Del. Doyle, Guthrie, Ferro, Frazier, Reynolds and Walters - Relating generally to estates and trusts and their administration - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 190) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 01/31/11 - To Senate 02/01/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 02/01/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 03/08/11 - Amended - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/12/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/21/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2555.
By Del. Martin, Cann, Ferro, Cowles and Kominar - Establishing the offense of operating a motor vehicle while sending, reading or receiving a text message - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 209 - similar to S. B. No. 470) - To House Judiciary 01/28/11 - Passed House 02/17/11 - To Senate 02/18/11 - To Judiciary 02/18/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 03/09/11 - Title amended - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 03/09/11 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 03/10/11 - House insisted on position 03/10/11 - Senate insists on amendments and appointment of conference


*2556.
By Del. Perry, M. Poling, Shaver, Lawrence, Stowers, Moye, Romine and Duke - Resetting the expiration date of provisions that allow the employment of retired teachers as substitutes beyond the post-retirement employment limit - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Education then Finance - (Original similar to S. B. No. 211) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 01/26/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 01/27/11 - To Education then Finance - To Education 01/27/11 - To Finance 02/02/11 - Passed Senate 02/22/11 - Title amended - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate title amendment 02/23/11 - Passed House 02/23/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 2/25/11 - Approved by Governor 2/25/11


2557.
By Del. M. Poling, Hamilton and Smith - Extending the time for the Board of Education of Upshur County to meet as a levying body - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/02/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/03/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 02/03/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 02/14/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/17/11 - Approved by Governor 2/23/11


*2562.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Hartman, Manypenny, Martin, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott and Azinger - Relating to the State Athletic Commission - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/04/11 - To Senate 02/07/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 02/07/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 03/03/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 03/12/11 - Title amended - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*2586.
By Del. Brown, D. Poling, Fleischauer and Talbott - Authorizing the Department of Transportation to promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 01/28/11 - Passed House 02/18/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/21/11 - To Judiciary 02/21/11 - Passed Senate 03/08/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*2613.
By Del. Brown, D. Poling, Fleischauer and Talbott - Authorizing the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety to promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 02/18/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/21/11 - To Judiciary 02/21/11 - Passed Senate 02/28/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/3/11 - Approved by Governor 3/9/11


*2626.
By Del. Brown, D. Poling, Fleischauer and Talbott - Authorizing the Department of Commerce to promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 01/28/11 - Passed House 02/18/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/21/11 - To Judiciary 02/21/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 03/08/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/09/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*2639.
By Del. Brown, D. Poling, Fleischauer, Talbott, Overington and Sobonya - Authorizing miscellaneous boards and agencies to promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 01/28/11 - Amended - Passed House 02/23/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/24/11 - To Judiciary 02/24/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 03/11/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amend with amend, passed bill 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House amendment to Senate amendment 03/12/11 - Passed Senate 03/12/11 - Senate reconsidered action - Passed Senate 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Title amended - Effect from passage - Senate reconsidered action - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effective ninety days from passage - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


2648.
By Del. Iaquinta, Anderson, M. Poling, Crosier and Fragale - Increasing the faculty senate allotment for classroom teachers and librarians - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 01/28/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Senate 01/31/11 - To Education then Finance - To Education 01/31/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/08/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*2663.
By Del. Moye, T. Campbell, Manchin, Shaver, Stephens, Barker, Poling, M. and Doyle - Relating to public service commissioners presiding at hearings - Introduced 01/20/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 02/09/11 - To Senate 02/10/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 02/10/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 03/12/11 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 03/12/11 - To conference 03/12/11 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 03/12/11 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 03/18/11 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2011 - Senate reconsidered action - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*2693.
By Del. Fleischauer, Ellem, Overington, Hunt, Skaff, Lane and Rodighiero - Requiring insurance coverage for autism spectrum disorders - Introduced 01/20/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 218) - To House Finance 01/26/11 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 02/10/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Senate 02/11/11 - To Finance 02/11/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/11/11 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2011 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered effective date - Senate reconsidered passage of bill - Amended - Passed Senate 03/12/11 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2011 - House concurred in Senate amend with amend, passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - Senate concurred in House amendment to Senate amendment 03/12/11 - Passed Senate 03/12/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


2695.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens and Givens - Relating to the educational broadcasting authority - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/14/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/15/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 02/15/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 03/03/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2696.
By Del. Barker - Authorizing the county commission of Boone County to transfer its title and interests in the Boone Memorial Hospital - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 232) - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 02/02/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/03/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 02/03/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 02/15/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 02/17/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 2/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/2/11


2697.
By Del. Manchin, Lawrence, Cann, Morgan, D. Poling, Poore, Stephens and Varner - Updating the recordkeeping requirements of municipalities - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/02/11 - To Senate 02/03/11 - To Government Organization 02/03/11 - Passed Senate 03/08/11 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*2703.
By Del. Hamilton, Lane, D. Campbell, L. Phillips, Crosier, Andes, M. Poling, Ireland, Ellem, Sigler and D. Poling - Relating to qualifications of members of certain county commissions - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/17/11 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 03/01/11 - Title amended - To Senate 03/02/11 - To Government Organization 03/02/11


2708.
By Del. Swartzmiller and M. Poling - Removing a twelve-month limitation for certain agreements between or among law- enforcement agencies - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Judiciary - (Original similar to S. B. No. 396) - Passed House 02/09/11 - To Senate 02/10/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 02/10/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 03/07/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/07/11 - To Governor 3/9/11 - Approved by Governor 3/15/11


*2709.
By Del. Canterbury, Hamilton, Perry, Shaver, Walker and Hartman - Allowing county school boards to enter into energy-saving contracts - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Education then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/16/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/17/11 - To Education 02/17/11 - Passed Senate 03/01/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/7/11 - Approved by Governor 3/11/11


*2732.
By Del. Doyle, Brown, Hatfield, Marshall, Ellem, Moore, Fleischauer and Poling, D. - West Virginia Public Campaign Financing Act - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 03/03/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 03/09/11


2742.
By Del. Andes, C. Miller, Savilla, Hunt, Miley, Perry, Ellem, Fleischauer and Householder - Revoking certain death benefits by divorce - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 02/02/11 - To Senate 02/03/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Banking and Insurance 02/03/11


*2745.
By Del. Perry, Hartman, Walters, Hall, Ashley and Azinger - Providing that certain information provided by insurance companies to the Insurance Commissioner is confidential - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 217) - Passed House 02/25/11 - Title amended - To Senate 02/28/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Banking and Insurance 02/28/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 03/04/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 03/12/11 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 03/12/11 - To conference 03/12/11 - House adopted conference report and passed bill 03/12/11 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2750.
By Del. Frazier, Mahan, Fleischauer, Caputo, Moore, Hunt and Skaff - Adding consideration of sexual assault in issuing an order to temporarily or permanently end a parent-child relationship - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 02/07/11 - Title amended - To Senate 02/08/11 - To Judiciary 02/08/11 - Passed Senate with amended title 03/08/11 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 03/09/11 - Passed House 03/09/11 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*2752.
By Del. Lawrence, Staggers, Pasdon, Crosier, Williams, Doyle, Fragale and Hall - Increasing the maximum age for persons applying for appointment for the police force in a Class I or Class II city from thirty-five to forty years - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 01/27/11 - Passed House 02/07/11 - To Senate 02/08/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 02/08/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 03/03/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Title amended - Passed Senate 03/11/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*2757.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Providing for evaluation of professional personnel in the public schools - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Education - (Original same as S. B. No. 236) - Passed House 02/09/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Senate 02/10/11 - To Education then Finance - To Education 02/10/11 - To Finance 02/23/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 03/11/11 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 03/12/11 - To conference 03/12/11


2763.
By Del. Boggs, Fragale and White - Prohibiting the Executive Director of Workforce West Virginia from billing a reimbursable employer under the unemployment compensation law for overpaid amounts of benefits paid to a claimant - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Finance - Passed House 02/28/11 - To Senate 03/01/11 - To Finance 03/01/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/11/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


2765.
By Del. Pethtel, Givens, Canterbury, Ennis, Duke, Guthrie and D. Poling - Relating to the retirement plans administered by the West Virginia Consolidated Public Retirement Board - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 230) - To House Finance 02/03/11 - Passed House 02/21/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/22/11 - To Pensions then Finance - To Pensions 02/22/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/08/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*2766.
By Del. Pethtel, Canterbury, Givens, Ennis, Guthrie and D. Poling - Relating to contribution rate for the Deputy Sheriff Retirement System - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 221) - To House Finance 02/03/11 - Passed House 02/21/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/22/11 - To Pensions then Finance - To Pensions 02/22/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/08/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/17/11


*2787.
By Del. Morgan, Swartzmiller, Givens, Hartman, Manypenny, Michael and Miller, C. - Transferring the licensure of private investigators and security guards from the Secretary of State to the Division of Justice and Community Services - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 01/26/11 - Passed House 02/09/11 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Senate 02/10/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 02/10/11


2791.
By Del. Caputo, Boggs, Pethtel, Martin, Walker, Staggers, Poling, D., T. Campbell and Hamilton - Requiring the Superintendent of the State Police to implement a plan to increase the number of troopers - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Finance - (Original similar to S. B. No. 421) - Passed House 02/23/11 - To Senate 02/24/11 - To Finance 02/24/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/12/11


*2796.
By Del. Morgan, Swartzmiller, Givens, Staggers, Hartman and Butcher - Relating to professional licensing boards - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Government Organization - Passed House 02/25/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/28/11 - To Government Organization 02/28/11


*2802.
By Del. Armstead, Lane and Walters - Prohibiting use of turning lanes for through traffic under certain circumstances - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/10/11 - Passed House 02/28/11 - To Senate 03/01/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Transportation and Infrastructure 03/01/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 03/07/11


*2804.
By Del. Morgan, Swartzmiller, Hartman, Givens, Manypenny and Staggers - Removing outdated sunset language - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 01/26/11 - Passed House 02/03/11 - To Senate 02/04/11 - To Government Organization 02/04/11


*2818.
By Del. Manchin, Caputo, Fleischauer, Fragale, Guthrie, Poore, Skaff, Doyle and Stowers - Increasing the allowable expenses to be paid to victims by the Crime Victim Compensation Fund - Introduced 01/24/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 02/02/11 - To Senate 02/03/11 - To Judiciary 02/03/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/09/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


2845.
By Del. Williams, Moye, D. Poling, Shaver, Skaff, Hamilton and Rowan - Creating a senior resident lifetime hunting, fishing and trapping license that will cost $25 - Introduced 01/25/11 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Amendment pending - Passed House 02/02/11 - To Senate 02/03/11 - To Natural Resources then Finance - To Natural Resources 02/03/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 03/03/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 03/12/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2853.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Providing for a special primary and general election to fill a vacancy in the office of Governor - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 261) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/01/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/02/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Constitutional rule suspended - Amended - Passed Senate 02/02/11 - Title amended - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 02/03/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 2/4/11 - Approved by Governor 2/7/11


*2860.
By Del. Mahan, Boggs, Brown, Fleischauer, T. Campbell, Doyle, Cowles, Perdue and Miley - Authorizing the promulgation of rules by the Governor's Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Judiciary - (Original similar to S. B. No. 368) - Passed House 02/07/11 - To Senate 02/08/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 02/08/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 03/04/11 - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 03/11/11 - Passed House 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2863.
By Del. Pethtel, Givens, Ennis, Canterbury, Duke, Guthrie and D. Poling - Providing for the costs of disability physical and/or mental examinations approved by the Consolidated Public Retirement Board under the West Virginia State Police plan - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 259) - To House Finance 02/17/11 - Passed House 02/24/11 - To Senate 02/25/11 - To Finance 02/25/11 - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2864.
By Del. Miley, Lawrence, Ferro, Skaff, Perdue, Brown, Paxton and Stowers - All relating to the creation of a misdemeanor crime of unlawful restraint in the first and second degree - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 278) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/08/11 - To Senate 02/09/11 - To Judiciary 02/09/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


2871.
By Del. Lawrence and Doyle - Relating to brownfield economic development districts - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 02/09/11 - To Senate 02/10/11 - To Economic Development 02/10/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 03/08/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/08/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2876.
By Del. Perry, Hartman, Walters, Hall, Reynolds, Ashley and Azinger - Expanding eligibility for subsidies to enrollees in the model health plan - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 252) - To House Finance 02/04/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Banking and Insurance 03/03/11 - Passed Senate 03/09/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*2879.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Providing a one-time, nonbase building, supplemental salary increase for all eligible state employees - Introduced 01/26/11 - To Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 273 - similar to S. B. No. 615) - Amended - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/07/11 - Effective from passage - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 03/07/11 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 03/08/11 - To conference 03/08/11 - House adopted conference report 03/12/11 - Passed House 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 03/12/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2882.
By Del. Perry, Moore, Reynolds, Hall, Walters, Hartman, J. Miller, Azinger and Ashley - Relating to the Commissioner's Assessment and Examination Fund - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 274) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/17/11 - To Senate 02/18/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Passed Senate 02/22/11 - To Governor 2/25/11 - Approved by Governor 3/3/11


*2883.
By Del. Mahan, Guthrie, Fragale and Manypenny - Creating regulations for commercial dog breeding - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 02/28/11 - Title amended - To Senate 03/01/11 - To Judiciary 03/01/11


*2885.
By Del. Ellem, D. Campbell, Perdue, Poore, Barill, Fleischauer, Border, Moore, Hatfield and Rodighiero - Allowing a guardian or conservator to be employed or in an employment contract with a behavioral health provider - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/02/11 - Passed House 02/18/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/21/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 02/21/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 03/04/11 - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2888.
By Del. Hamilton, Barker, M. Poling, Mahan, Marshall, Moore, D. Poling, Caputo, Longstreth, Ellem and Savilla - Strengthening of protections for whistleblowers of unsafe working conditions in mines - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 03/02/11 - Title amended - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Judiciary 03/03/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*2889.
By Del. Marshall, Caputo, Fleischauer, Barill and Lawrence - Creating the "Jason Flatt Act of 2011" - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 02/02/11 - Passed House 02/23/11 - To Senate 02/24/11 - To Education then Finance - To Education 02/24/11 - To Finance 03/08/11


*2890.
By Del. Ashley and Manchin - Energy Efficient Building Act - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 201) - To House Finance 02/17/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Finance 03/03/11


2918.
By Del. White and T. Campbell - Relating to permanent business registrations - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 332) - To House Finance 02/11/11 - Passed House 02/18/11 - To Senate 02/21/11 - To Finance 02/21/11 - Passed Senate 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*2922.
By Del. White, Miley, Kominar, Boggs and Perdue - Establishing the felony offense of causing serious bodily injury to another person by a person who is driving under the influence of alcohol, controlled substances or other drugs - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original similar to S. B. No. 250 and S. B. No. 579) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/14/11 - To Senate 02/15/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/15/11 - To Judiciary 03/10/11


2935.
By Del. Miley, Ferro and Frazier - Repealing an outdated article of election code relating to voting systems - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 497) - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 02/14/11 - Title amended - Passed House 02/15/11 - To Senate 02/16/11 - To Judiciary 02/16/11 - Passed Senate 03/08/11 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*2936.
By Del. Lawrence, Varner, Armstead, Caputo, Carmichael and Kominar - Changing the date of the canvassing of votes in a primary election - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 284) - Passed House 02/09/11 - Title amended - To Senate 02/10/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 02/10/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate title amendment 03/11/11 - Passed House 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2939.
By Del. Pethtel, Givens, Ennis, Guthrie, D. Poling, Duke and Canterbury - Clarifying the definition of compensation for purposes of calculating required contributions to the public employees retirement system - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 02/10/11 - Passed House 02/21/11 - To Senate 02/22/11 - To Pensions then Finance - To Pensions 02/22/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/08/11 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/21/11


*2946.
By Del. Ellem, Border, Perdue, Miley, Ellington, Hamilton, Reynolds, Kominar and C. Miller - Requiring the issuance of a lawful prescription for dispensing drug products containing chemical precursors of methamphetamine - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 440) - To House Judiciary 02/15/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Judiciary 03/03/11 - Amended - Rejected by Senate 03/10/11


*2949.
By Del. White and T. Campbell - Providing definitions of "low income" for purposes of property tax relief programs - Introduced 01/31/11 - To Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 345) - Passed House 02/16/11 - To Senate 02/17/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 02/17/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 03/03/11 - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2953.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to dedication of coalbed methane severance tax proceeds - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 372) - To House Finance 02/10/11 - Passed House 02/28/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/01/11 - To Finance 03/01/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*2955.
By Del. Caputo and Barker - Authorizing the Division of Mining and Reclamation to assess certain fees to coal mine operators - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 370) - To House Finance 02/10/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance - To Energy, Industry and Mining 03/03/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 03/09/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/12/11 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered passage of bill - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/12/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 03/18/11 - Title amended - Senate reconsidered action - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*2958.
By Del. Doyle, Swartzmiller, Guthrie and Morgan - Allowing the West Virginia Racing Commission to use certain permit and registration fees to pay salaries and other budgeted expenses - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 378) - To House Finance 02/23/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Finance 03/03/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*2959.
By Del. Doyle, Swartzmiller, Guthrie and Morgan - Providing additional funds to the West Virginia Racing Commission - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 365) - To House Finance 02/11/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 03/03/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 03/04/11 - Passed Senate 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*2962.
By Del. Perry, Hartman, Moore, Reynolds, Hall, Walters, J. Miller, Azinger and Ashley - Increasing the amount of a fine or penalty the Commissioner of Banking may impose on residential mortgage brokers and lenders - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 267) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/17/11 - To Senate 02/18/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Passed Senate 02/22/11 - To Governor 2/25/11 - Approved by Governor 3/3/11


*2969.
By Del. Boggs, Caputo, White and Fragale - Requiring the disclosure of the number of stamps by brand name that have been purchased from a nonparticipating tobacco product manufacturer - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 02/25/11 - To Senate 02/28/11 - To Judiciary 02/28/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


2971.
By Del. White and T. Campbell - Relating to the definition of the term "durable medical equipment" - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 354) - Passed House 02/23/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/24/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To Health and Human Resources 02/24/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/09/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment 03/09/11 - Passed House 03/09/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/21/11


2976.
By Del. J. Miller (By Request) and Cowles - Exempting barbers with twenty or more years of experience from continuing education requirements - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/02/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 03/03/11


*2981.
By Del. Iaquinta, Longstreth, Ashley, Azinger, Givens, Ferro, Smith, Armstead, Pasdon and Fleischauer - Clarifying payment for trade certifications and allowing use of tuition assistance for West Virginia National Guard members enrolled in a doctor of medicine or osteopathic medicine program - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Education then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 381) - To House Finance 02/22/11 - Passed House 03/01/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Senate 03/02/11 - To Finance 03/02/11 - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/11/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*2986.
By Del. Hartman, Michael, Williams, Crosier, Shaver, D. Campbell and Romine - Relating to forest fire seasons - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 445) - To House Judiciary 02/17/11 - Passed House 02/28/11 - To Senate 03/01/11 - To Natural Resources 03/01/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - Senate concurred in House changed effective date 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


2989.
By Del. Doyle, Swartzmiller, Ferns, Storch, Guthrie and Morgan - Creating a process by which the West Virginia Racing Commission may grant stay requests - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 394) - Passed House 02/14/11 - Title amended - To Senate 02/15/11 - To Judiciary 02/15/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/08/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/09/11 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


2990.
By Del. Doyle, Ferns, Guthrie, Morgan, Storch and Swartzmiller - Changing the renewal of Racing Commission-issued occupational permits - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 386) - Passed House 02/14/11 - To Senate 02/15/11 - To Judiciary 02/15/11 - Passed Senate 03/08/11 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


2993.
By Del. White and T. Campbell - Relating to the West Virginia Commercial Patents Incentives Tax Act - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 389) - Passed House 02/23/11 - Title amended - To Senate 02/24/11 - To Finance 02/24/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


3000.
By Del. Shaver, Crosier, Stowers, Varner, Williams, Andes, Pethtel, Ferro, Romine, Evans and Walker - Making it lawful to hunt coyotes with a green colored light - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/17/11 - Passed House 02/25/11 - To Senate 02/28/11 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Natural Resources 02/28/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 03/07/11 - Passed Senate 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*3004.
By Del. Morgan, Reynolds, Craig, Sobonya, C. Miller, Perdue and Stephens - Relating to the Greater Huntington Park and Recreation District - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - 2nd reference to the committee on Finance dispensed, new 2nd reference, to the Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/14/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - Title amended - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Government Organization 03/03/11 - Passed Senate 03/11/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3021.
By Del. Hatfield, Fleischauer, Perdue, Brown, C. Miller, Hall, Marshall, D. Campbell, Butcher, Morgan and Border - Adding two new members to the Comprehensive Behavioral Health Commission - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/16/11 - To Senate 02/17/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To Health and Human Resources 02/17/11 - On 2nd reading to Government Organization 03/04/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/11/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*3028.
By Del. Perdue, Fleischauer, Marshall, Williams, Hatfield, Walters, Guthrie, Lawrence, Ellington and Pasdon - Expanding the responsibilities of the Maternal Mortality Review Team - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/16/11 - To Senate 02/17/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To Health and Human Resources 02/17/11 - On 2nd reading to Government Organization 03/04/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


3031.
By Del. Morgan and Hatfield - Authorizing professional licensing boards to obtain criminal history record checks - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/11/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Government Organization 03/03/11


*3032.
By Del. Miley and Ferro - Relating to emergency powers of the Secretary of State - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 496) - Passed House 02/24/11 - To Senate 02/25/11 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 02/25/11


*3034.
By Del. Iaquinta, Crosier, Fragale, M. Poling, Barker, Duke, White, Ferro, Azinger and Miley - Recognizing outstanding students who are top achievers in scholastic studies - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 02/15/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Education 03/03/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 03/11/11 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 03/12/11


*3044.
By Del. D. Poling, Frazier, Miley, Brown, Caputo, Longstreth, Moore, Skaff, Ellem, Hamilton and Sobonya - Relating to civil forfeiture actions related to criminal activity - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original similar to S. B. No. 223) - To House Finance 02/08/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Judiciary 03/03/11


*3050.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens and Martin - Relating to the practice of dieticians - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 02/16/11 - Passed House 03/01/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/02/11 - To Government Organization 03/02/11


*3054.
By Del. Miley, Longstreth, Fleischauer, Skaff, Hamilton, Sobonya and C. Miller - Relating to DNA data collection - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 431) - To House Finance 02/22/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 03/03/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Removed from calendar by action of Committee on Rules on 3rd reading - Passed Senate 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3060.
By Del. Kominar, Ashley, Carmichael, Varner, White and Pethtel - Providing a different procedure for determining the credit for utility taxpayers with net operating loss carryovers relating to the corporation net income tax - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 448) - Amended - Passed House 02/23/11 - To Senate 02/24/11 - To Finance 02/24/11


*3061.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens and Martin - Creating a volunteer certification so that a health or mental health professional may provide volunteer services in this state without having to have a license issued by this state - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 02/15/11 - Passed House 02/25/11 - To Senate 02/28/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To Health and Human Resources 02/28/11


*3064.
By Del. Marshall, Iaquinta, Manchin, Stowers, Evans and Anderson - Finding and declaring certain claims against the state and its agencies to be moral obligations of the state - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 476) - Passed House 02/28/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/01/11 - To Finance 03/01/11 - Amended - Passed Senate 03/08/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/09/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*3067.
By Del. Fleischauer, Lawrence, Poore, Brown, Mahan, Guthrie, Miley, Hunt, T. Campbell, Reynolds and Morgan - Enhancing funding for civil legal services for the poor - Introduced 02/09/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 549) - To House Finance 02/16/11 - Passed House 03/01/11 - To Senate 03/02/11 - To Finance 03/02/11


3075.
By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Border, Reynolds and Morgan - Increasing the time period in the hold-harmless provision when distributing state aid to local health departments - Introduced 02/09/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 02/15/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Finance 03/03/11 - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*3082.
By Del. Moore - Including the surviving spouse and a designated individual previously chosen by the deceased as a person who may designate the manner of disposition of a deceased person's body - Introduced 02/09/11 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 03/02/11 - Title amended - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Judiciary 03/03/11


*3087.
By Del. Frazier and Lawrence - Requiring qualifying law-enforcement officers employed by a West Virginia law-enforcement agency to receive certification to carry a concealed firearm nationwide - Introduced 02/10/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 03/01/11 - To Senate 03/02/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 03/02/11


*3094.
By Del. Smith, Jones, L. Phillips, D. Poling, Longstreth, Shaver, Walker, Fragale, Caputo, Martin and Staggers - Requiring the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services to use existing department funds to develop a program to compensate employees for personal property loss - Introduced 02/10/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 02/22/11 - Passed House 03/01/11 - To Senate 03/02/11 - To Finance 03/02/11 - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


3096.
By Del. D. Poling and Ellem - Instituting new rules for hiring and firing of law-enforcement officers that leave a training academy - Introduced 02/10/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Judiciary 03/03/11


3100.
By Del. Skaff, Brown, Craig, Morgan, Fragale, Moore, Poore, Wells, Michael, Caputo and Andes - Permitting the sale of liquor on election day - Introduced 02/11/11 - To Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 498) - Passed House 02/25/11 - To Senate 02/28/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 02/28/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*3105.
By Del. Lawrence, Smith, Ellem, Ferro, Pino, M. Poling and D. Campbell - Providing immunity from civil or criminal liability for first responders who use forced entry to a residence - Introduced 02/11/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 02/28/11 - To Senate 03/01/11 - To Judiciary 03/01/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


3114.
By Del. Mahan, Moye, Sumner, Crosier, O'Neal and Snuffer - Allowing the development and operation of a nursing home on the grounds of a critical access hospital meeting certain restrictions - Introduced 02/11/11 - To Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 527) - Passed House 02/28/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/01/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 03/01/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/08/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/21/11


3115.
By Del. White, T. Campbell, M. Poling, Kominar, Doyle, Williams, Stowers, D. Poling, Anderson, Border and Cowles (Originating in House Finance) - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Education - State Aid to Schools - Introduced 02/11/11 - Passed House 02/16/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 02/17/11 - To Finance 02/17/11


3116.
By Del. Shaver, M. Poling, Perry, Pethtel, Lawrence, Ennis, Smith, Pasdon and Moye (Originating in House Education) - Relating to the authority of school curriculum teams and local school collaborative processes - Introduced 02/11/11 - Passed House 02/16/11 - To Senate 02/17/11 - To Education then Finance - To Education 02/17/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/11/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


3119.
By Del. Hartman, Pethtel, Perry, Williams and Evans - Increasing the expenditure limit on public service district construction and purchase contracts - Introduced 02/14/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 442) - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/28/11 - To Senate 03/01/11 - To Government Organization 03/01/11 - Passed Senate 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3126.
By Del. Boggs, Smith, Hatfield, Storch, Fleischauer, Manchin, Longstreth, Sumner and Poore - Requiring a railroad company to provide pesticide safety information - Introduced 02/15/11 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/28/11 - To Senate 03/01/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 03/01/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


3134.
By Del. Brown, Frazier, Moore, Miley, Poore and Fleischauer - Relating to child support enforcement - Introduced 02/15/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 02/25/11 - To Senate 02/28/11 - To Judiciary 02/28/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


3137.
By Del. Kominar - Providing for additional circumstances giving rise to "state 'on' indicators" for purposes of extended unemployment compensation - Introduced 02/15/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 529) - To House Finance 02/22/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - Title amended - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 03/03/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 03/11/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*3143.
By Del. Pasdon, Hall, Craig, R. Phillips, Miley and Boggs - Relating to penalties for causing injury or death to certain animals used by law enforcement - Introduced 02/15/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Judiciary 03/03/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/11/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3144.
By Del. Butcher, Paxton, Manchin, Stowers, Hall, R. Phillips, L. Phillips, Longstreth, Iaquinta, Rodighiero and Perdue - Creating a criminal offense and adding misdemeanor criminal penalties for picketing or disrupting funerals - Introduced 02/15/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Judiciary 03/03/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/11/11 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 03/12/11 - Senate receded and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*3145.
By Del. Pethtel, Ennis, White and T. Campbell - Providing a one-time bonus to certain annuitants of the Public Employees Retirement System and the State Teachers Retirement System - Introduced 02/15/11 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - (Original similar to S. B. No. 10 and S. B. No. 15) - To House Finance 02/17/11 - Passed House 02/24/11 - To Senate 02/25/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/02/11 - To House Finance 03/03/11 - Com. amendment pending 03/09/11 - (Original similar to S. B. No. 10 and S. B. No. 15) - Unfinished Business, House Calendar 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


3162.
By Del. Miley, Brown, Frazier, Hunt, Moore, Poore, Armstead, Hamilton and Lane - Relating to polygraph examinations required as a condition of supervision for certain sex offenders - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 02/25/11 - To Senate 02/28/11 - To Judiciary 02/28/11


*3163.
By Del. Perry - Relating to workers' compensation programs of state government entities - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Banking and Insurance then Government Organization then Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 513) - 2nd reference to the committee on Government Organization dispensed, new 2nd reference, to Judiciary - Passed House 03/02/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Finance 03/03/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3171.
By Del. Caputo, Longstreth, Manchin, M. Poling, Givens, Rowan, Smith, Martin, Ellem, Walker and Frazier - Providing educators with the education and training necessary to ensure the safety of state schools - Introduced 02/17/11 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 02/22/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Education then Finance - To Education 03/03/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 03/10/11


*3172.
By Del. Caputo, Pethtel, Williams, D. Poling, Varner, Mahan, Ferro, Shaver, Hamilton and Boggs - Including certain employees of the office of the West Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control Commissioner be included in the classified service - Introduced 02/17/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 02/23/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 03/03/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 03/10/11


*3185.
By Del. Lawrence and Manchin - Allowing county commissions to waive or reduce impact fees and capital improvement fees of affordable housing units in their county - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 533) - To House Judiciary 02/23/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 03/03/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3194.
By Del. L. Phillips and Hall - Increasing the age of consent that a minor may refuse mental health treatment - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 548) - To House Judiciary 02/22/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Judiciary 03/03/11


*3196.
By Del. D. Campbell, Williams and Shaver - Establishing a program and procedure for certifying medications assistive persons in the health industry - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 02/22/11 - Amended - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 03/03/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/11/11 - Effect from passage - Effective ninety days from passage - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effect from passage - Senate reconsidered action - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3202.
By Del. Miley, Caputo, Skaff, Fleischauer, Manchin, Lawrence, Poore, Lane, Sobonya and Pasdon - Relating to residential rental security deposits - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Judiciary - (Original same as S. B. No. 545) - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Judiciary 03/03/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*3204.
By Del. Boggs, Caputo, Varner, Morgan and Fragale - Creating the West Virginia Enterprise Resource Planning Board and Executive Committee - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 02/23/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 03/03/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 03/10/11 - Effective from passage - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered effective date and passage - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/11/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3205.
By Del. Boggs and Swartzmiller - Reducing jail sentence for successful completion of education and rehabilitation programs - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 02/28/11 - To Senate 03/01/11 - To Judiciary 03/01/11 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/08/11 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/09/11 - Effect from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


3224.
By Del. T. Campbell, Kominar, Cann, Hall, Varner and Stowers - Removing annual credit cap for expansion projects - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Finance - (Original same as S. B. No. 590) - Passed House 03/02/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Finance 03/03/11


*3225.
By Del. M. Poling, Lawrence, Moye, Perry, Shaver, L. Phillips, Pethtel, Smith and Paxton - Expanding the definition of harassment, intimidation or bullying - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 02/22/11 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 03/02/11 - Title amended - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Education then Judiciary - To Education 03/03/11 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 03/08/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/10/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*3231.
By Del. Moye, Staggers, Manypenny, Perdue, Kominar, Hamilton and Cann - Establishing prohibited acts relating to possession of controlled substances obtained from more than one heath practitioner - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/02/11 - Title amended - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 03/03/11


*3243.
By Del. Stephens, Martin, D. Poling, Fleischauer, Morgan, Swartzmiller, Reynolds, Moye, Butcher, Caputo and Craig - Relating to appointments or promotions to positions in paid municipal fire departments - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Judiciary - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Government Organization 03/03/11


3267.
By Del. Boggs and Armstead - Providing an additional decreasing modification reducing federal adjusted gross income for income earned by certain military personnel and their spouses - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Finance - Passed House 02/28/11 - To Senate 03/01/11 - To Military then Finance - To Military 03/01/11


3268.
By Del. Williams, Mahan, Marshall, Stowers, Iaquinta, D. Poling, L. Phillips, Manchin, Reynolds, Guthrie and Walters (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to who may claim a homestead exemption - Introduced 02/23/11 - Passed House 02/28/11 - To Senate 03/01/11 - To Finance 03/01/11


3269.
By Del. White, T. Campbell, M. Poling, Kominar, Marshall, Mahan, Williams, Varner, Anderson, Border and Ashley (Originating in House Finance) - Reducing state income tax liability for certain retired public employees - Introduced 02/23/11 - Passed House 02/28/11 - To Senate 03/01/11 - To Finance 03/01/11


3270.
By Del. Mahan, Williams, Guthrie, M. Poling, Marshall, T. Campbell, White, Border, Anderson and Walters (Originating in House Finance) - Allowing reports to be generated by the Legislative Auditor and authorizing audits of state funds - Introduced 02/25/11 - Passed House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Finance 03/03/11


3271.
By Del. White, T. Campbell, M. Poling, Kominar, Marshall, Iaquinta, D. Poling, Stowers, Anderson, Border and Cowles (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to the distribution of state funds to volunteer fire companies and departments - Introduced 02/25/11 - Amendments pending - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 03/02/11 - Title amended - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 03/03/11 - On 2nd reading to Finance 03/08/11 - Amended - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate with amended title 03/12/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


3272.
By Del. White, T. Campbell, M. Poling, Manchin, Iaquinta, Kominar, Perdue, Doyle, Guthrie, Anderson and Walters (Originating in House Finance) - Making supplementary appropriations to various agencies - Introduced 03/09/11 - Passed House 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/12/11 - To Finance 03/12/11


3273.
By Del. White, T. Campbell, Mahan, Perdue, Marshall, Williams, Doyle, Stowers, D. Poling, Border and Cowles (Originating in House Finance) - Expiring funds to the unappropriated balance in the State Fund, State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund - Introduced 03/12/11 - Passed House 03/12/11 - Effect from passage - To Senate 03/12/11 - To Finance 03/12/11


HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY

HOUSE AND COMMUNICATED TO SENATE


1.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - Extending an invitation to the President of the Senate, as Acting Governor, to deliver and address to the Legislature and raising a Joint Assembly therefor - Introduced 01/12/11 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 01/12/11 - To Senate 01/12/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 01/12/11


2.
By Del. Guthrie - The "James Paul Harrison WWII Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 01/13/11 - To Rules - Laid over until 2/14/11, Special Calendar - Adopted by House 02/15/11 - To Senate 02/16/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/16/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/11/11


4.
By Del. Longstreth, Caputo and Manchin - The "PFC Carl E. Talterson and PFC Joseph W. Sell, Jr. Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 01/14/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/17/11 - To Senate 02/18/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/18/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


5.
By Del. Longstreth, Caputo and Manchin - The "Fletcher Brothers Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 01/14/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/17/11 - To Senate 02/18/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/18/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


7.
By Del. Walker, Perry and Staggers - The "Staff Sergeant Arthur Coulter and Corporal E. J. Sizemore Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 01/14/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/23/11 - To Senate 02/24/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/24/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


9.
By Del. Hamilton - The "Ronald Lee Fenstermacher Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/17/11 - To Senate 02/18/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/18/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


10.
By Del. Hamilton and Smith - The "Everett 'Bud' Currence Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/17/11 - To Senate 02/18/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/18/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


11.
By Del. Hamilton and M. Poling - The "Raymon Dale Kesling Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/17/11 - To Senate 02/18/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/18/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


12.
By Del. Frazier, Gearheart and Ellington - The "Senator Homer K. Ball Memorial Road" - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/11/11 - To Senate 02/14/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/14/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


13.
By Del. Frazier, Gearheart and Ellington - The "Delegate Mike Porter Memorial Road" - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/17/11 - To Senate 02/18/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/18/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


14.
By Del. Frazier, Gearheart and Ellington - The "Senator Don Caruth Memorial Road" - Introduced 01/18/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/17/11 - To Senate 02/18/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/18/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/08/11


18.
By Del. Smith - The "SP4 Loyd Eugene Robinson Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/11/11 - To Senate 02/14/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/14/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


19.
By Del. Barker, Butcher, Stowers and R. Phillips - The "Capt. Jackie Lee Dickens, USAF, and PFC. Kent Howell, USMC, Memorial Highway" - Introduced 01/19/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/11/11 - To Senate 02/14/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/14/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


20.
By Del. Barker - The "Daniel M. Gunnoe Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/11/11 - To Senate 02/14/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/14/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


22.
By Del. Hamilton, Anderson, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Border, Canterbury, Carmichael, Ellem, Evans, Overington, M. Poling, Romine and Walters - The "Delegate Dale F. Riggs Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/17/11 - To Senate 02/18/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/18/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


23.
By Del. Caputo, Longstreth and Manchin - The "Howard 'Junkie' Masters Bridge" - Introduced 01/21/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/11/11 - To Senate 02/14/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/14/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


*26.
By Del. Rowan - The "Fort Pearsall Highway" - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/24/11 - To Senate 02/25/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/25/11 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 03/12/11


27.
By Del. Caputo, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Anderson, Andes, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barill, Barker, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, D. Campbell, T. Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Carmichael, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Duke, Ellem, Ellington, Ennis, Evans, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Gearheart, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Householder, Howell, Hunt, Iaquinta, Ireland, Jones, Kominar, Kump, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, C. Miller, J. Miller, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Nelson, O'Neal, Overington, Pasdon, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, L. Phillips, R. Phillips, Pino, D. Poling, M. Poling, Poore, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Rowan, Savilla, Shaver, Sigler, Skaff, Smith, Snuffer, Sobonya, Staggers, Stephens, Storch, Stowers, Sumner, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Walters, Wells, White and Williams - Urging the Citizen's Stamp Advisory Committee to approve and issue a commemorative postage stamp honoring the coal miner - Introduced 01/27/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/07/11 - To Senate 03/08/11 - To Government Organization 03/08/11


28.
By Del. Barker - The "William Chapman "Chap" Cook and Civil War Veterans Memorial Highway" - Introduced 01/28/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/11/11 - To Senate 02/14/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/14/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


29.
By Del. Overington and Householder - The "Simpson Brothers Veterans Bridge" - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/14/11 - To Senate 02/15/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/15/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


30.
By Del. Barker - The "Brian Lester Browder Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/11/11 - To Senate 02/14/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/14/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


31.
By Del. Stowers, R. Phillips, Rodighiero and Butcher - The "Ranger Veteran's Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/15/11 - To Senate 02/16/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/16/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


32.
By Del. T. Campbell, Canterbury, Crosier and Mahan - The "Ensign Melvin G. Livesay Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/01/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/11/11 - To Senate 02/14/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/14/11 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 03/09/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 03/10/11


34.
By Del. Lawrence, Doyle, Azinger, Barill, Cann, Ennis, Ferns, Ferro, Hall, Hatfield, Manchin, Martin, Morgan, Moye, Paxton, Perry, R. Phillips, D. Poling, Rodighiero, Shaver, Skaff, Smith, Staggers, Sumner and Williams - Proclaiming that Groundhog Day, February 2, 2011, be celebrated as the first anniversary of the Eastern Trailblazers and the birthday of the Eastern Panhandle Recreation Trail - Introduced 02/02/11 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 02/02/11 - To Senate 02/03/11 - To Rules 02/03/11


37.
By Del. R. Phillips, Butcher, Rodighiero and Stowers - The "Cpl. Druey L. Hatfield Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/02/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/18/11 - To Senate 02/21/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/21/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


38.
By Del. Smith - The "Colonel James E. Hiteshew Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/03/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/18/11 - To Senate 02/21/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/21/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


39.
By Del. Stowers, Butcher, R. Phillips and Rodighiero - The "Justin Frye Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/15/11 - To Senate 02/16/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/16/11 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 03/03/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 03/04/11


40.
By Del. Paxton, Anderson, Andes, Azinger, Barker, Brown, D. Campbell, Crosier, Ellem, Evans, Guthrie, Hatfield, Howell, Iaquinta, Ireland, Longstreth, Mahan, Manchin, Martin, C. Miller, O'Neal, Pasdon, D. Poling, Poore, Reynolds, Romine, Rowan, Savilla, Shaver, Skaff, Smith, Snuffer, Sobonya, Stephens, Sumner, Walker, Wells and Williams - The "Joseph Homer Lloyd Bridge" - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/22/11 - To Senate 02/23/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/23/11 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 03/04/11


42.
By Del. Butcher, R. Phillips, Rodighiero and Stowers - The "PFC William A. Lawrence Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/04/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/15/11 - To Senate 02/16/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/16/11 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 03/03/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 03/04/11


45.
By Del. Ennis, M. Poling, Barill, Crosier, Rowan, D. Campbell, Lawrence, Moye, Paxton, Pethtel, Perry, Rodighiero, Shaver, Smith, Walker, Duke, Sumner, Armstead, Ellington, Gearheart, Pasdon, Savilla and Sigler (Originating in House Education) - Conducting a study on the educational and communication barriers facing children in West Virginia who are deaf or hard of hearing and their families - Introduced 02/04/11 - To House Rules 02/04/11 - Adopted by House 03/10/11 - To Senate 03/11/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - To Health and Human Resources 03/11/11 - 2nd reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


47.
By Del. Hall, L. Phillips, Moore and White - The "James Ray Bailey Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/11/11 - To Senate 02/14/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/14/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


*48.
By Del. T. Campbell and Canterbury - Requesting the Division of Highways to erect a memorial sign on Route 60, at or near the Caldwell exit, in Greenbrier County, that states "Home of Chan Whitt Jr., the "Little Prince" Billiards Champion" - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 03/03/11


49.
By Del. R. Phillips, Butcher, Stowers and Rodighiero - The "Veterans Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/11/11 - To Senate 02/14/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/14/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


51.
By Del. L. Phillips, Hall, Moore, White and Kominar - The "Charlie Howard Mitchell Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/11/11 - To Senate 02/14/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/14/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


52.
By Del. M. Poling, Anderson, Andes, Barill, Barker, Border, Butcher, D. Campbell, T. Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Ennis, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hatfield, Hunt, Iaquinta, Jones, Kominar, Kump, Lawrence, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Nelson, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, L. Phillips, R. Phillips, Pino, D. Poling, Poore, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Shaver, Sigler, Skaff, Smith, Staggers, Stephens, Storch, Stowers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Varner, Walker, White and Williams - The "James A. Wright Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/11/11 - To Senate 02/14/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/14/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


53.
By Del. T. Campbell and Canterbury - The "Keene Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/11/11 - To Senate 02/14/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/14/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


54.
By Del. C. Miller, Perdue, Miley, Sobonya, Ellem, J. Miller, Fleischauer and Border - Requesting a study on the feasibility and potential effectiveness of justice reinvestment strategies as a mechanism to better direct our expenditures in criminal justice to help prevent crimes, not merely to punish them. - Introduced 02/07/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/10/11 - To Senate 03/11/11 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Judiciary 03/11/11


55.
By Del. Barker, Butcher, R. Phillips and Rodighiero - The "PVT. Clyde Whitman (Bobbie) Bennett and PFC Oliver Ball, Jr. Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/11/11 - To Senate 02/14/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/14/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


57.
By Del. Pethtel - The "Lance Corporal John Darrell Smith Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/08/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/11/11 - To Senate 02/14/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/14/11 - Adopted by Senate 02/22/11


62.
By Del. Williams and Shaver - The "Rick Howard Sanders Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/10/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/21/11 - To Senate 02/22/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/22/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/03/11


63.
By Del. Caputo, Manchin, Longstreth, Fragale, Miley, Iaquinta, Cann and Manypenny - The "Alan B. Mollohan Gateway" - Introduced 02/10/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/18/11 - To Senate 02/21/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/21/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/11/11


64.
By Del. Poore - Requesting the Governor to take suitable public notice on Saturday, August 27, 2011, and on the fourth Saturday of August of each succeeding year thereafter, of "First Responders Appreciation Day" - Introduced 02/10/11 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 02/10/11 - To Senate 02/11/11 - To Government Organization then Rules - To Government Organization 02/11/11


65.
By Del. Williams, Moye, Butcher, D. Campbell, Craig, Ferro, Hatfield, Longstreth, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Moore, Pethtel, Pino, D. Poling, Stephens, Rowan, Duke, Hamilton, Howell, Sigler, Snuffer and Sumner (Originating in House Senior Citizen Issues) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the state's in-home direct care workforce - Introduced 02/11/11 - To House Rules 02/11/11 - Adopted by House 03/11/11 - To Senate 03/12/11 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Judiciary 03/12/11


66.
By Del. M. Poling, Paxton, Perry, Moye, Barill, D. Campbell, Rodighiero, Lawrence, Pethtel, Pasdon, Savilla and Sumner (Originating in House Education) - Requesting a study regarding the various learning disabilities that affect many students in West Virginia - Introduced 02/11/11 - To House Rules 02/11/11 - Adopted by House 03/10/11 - To Senate 03/11/11 - To Education then Rules - To Education 03/11/11


70.
By Del. Howell, Andes, Armstead, Azinger, Barill, Barker, Border, Butcher, D. Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Crosier, Ellem, Evans, Ferns, Frazier, Gearheart, Hall, Hamilton, Householder, Hunt, Iaquinta, Ireland, Kump, Lane, Manchin, Martin, Michael, C. Miller, Moore, O'Neal, Pasdon, Paxton, R. Phillips, Romine, Rowan, Savilla, Shaver, Sigler, Skaff, Smith, Snuffer, Sobonya, Staggers, Stephens, Storch, Stowers, Sumner and Walker - Naming the bridge on US Route 220 in the city of Keyser the "Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/14/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/18/11 - To Senate 02/21/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/21/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/11/11


74.
By Del. Evans, Anderson, Andes, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, D. Campbell, T. Campbell, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Ellem, Ellington, Ennis, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Howell, Ireland, Jones, Kominar, Lawrence, Longstreth, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Nelson, O'Neal, Pasdon, Paxton, Perdue, Pethtel, L. Phillips, R. Phillips, Pino, Poore, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Rowan, Shaver, Skaff, Smith, Snuffer, Sobonya, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Sumner, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Wells, White and Williams - The "Larkin Ours Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/15/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/21/11 - To Senate 02/22/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/22/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/11/11


75.
By Del. Perdue, Moye, Hatfield, Hartman, Guthrie, Marshall, Barill, Ferns, Shaver, Brown, Martin, Manypenny and Ellem - Urging the Governor of Florida and the Florida State Senate Legislature not to repeal Florida's prescription tracking system - Introduced 02/15/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/25/11 - To Senate 02/28/11 - To Health and Human Resources 02/28/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/11/11


77.
By Del. Longstreth, Manchin and Caputo - The "SP5 Lloyd 'Buddy' Greene Jr. Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/22/11 - To Senate 02/23/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/23/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/08/11


78.
By Del. Hartman and D. Campbell - The "Sergeant Robert Dewey Thompson Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/16/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/25/11 - To Senate 02/28/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/28/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/11/11


79.
By Del. Walker - The "PFC Abraham G. Sams Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/16/11 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 02/16/11 - To Senate 02/17/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/17/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/11/11


80.
By Del. Pethtel, Ennis, Givens, Guthrie, D. Poling, Canterbury and Duke - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study requiring the Consolidated Public Retirement Board to deduct from monthly benefits to retirees sums to pay retiree association dues - Introduced 02/17/11 - To House Rules 02/17/11 - Adopted by House 03/10/11 - To Senate 03/11/11 - To Pensions then Rules - To Pensions 03/11/11 - To Rules 03/11/11


81.
By Del. Talbott - The "Eli 'Rimfire' Hamrick Trail" - Introduced 02/17/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/10/11 - To Senate 03/11/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


83.
By Del. M. Poling, Paxton, Barill, D. Campbell, Craig, Crosier, Ennis, Lawrence, Moye, Perry, Pethtel, Rodighiero, Shaver, Smith, Walker, Sumner, Armstead, Duke, Ellington, Gearheart, Pasdon, Rowan, Savilla and Sigler (Originating in House Education) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct an audit of the efficiency of the expenditure of public education dollars - Introduced 02/18/11 - To House Rules 02/18/11 - Adopted by House 03/09/11 - To Senate 03/10/11 - To Education then Rules - To Education 03/10/11


86.
By Del. Martin, Paxton, Andes and Savilla - The "PFC Roger Lee Byus Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/18/11 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 02/18/11 - To Senate 02/21/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/21/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/09/11


87.
By Del. Guthrie - The "James Paul Harrison WWII Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/18/11 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 02/18/11 - To Senate 02/21/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/21/11


89.
By Del. Stowers, R. Phillips, Rodighiero and Butcher - The "Ten Mile Creek Veteran's Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/24/11 - To Senate 02/25/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/25/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/11/11


90.
By Del. T. Campbell and Canterbury - The "Campbell Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/18/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 02/25/11 - To Senate 02/28/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/28/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/09/11


94.
By Del. Walters, Storch, Lane, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Anderson, Andes, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barill, Barker, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, D. Campbell, T. Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Duke, Ellem, Ellington, Ennis, Evans, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Gearheart, Givens, Hall, Hatfield, Householder, Howell, Hunt, Iaquinta, Ireland, Jones, Kominar, Lawrence, Longstreth, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, C. Miller, J. Miller, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Nelson, O'Neal, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, L. Phillips, R. Phillips, Pino, D. Poling, M. Poling, Poore, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Rowan, Savilla, Shaver, Sigler, Skaff, Snuffer, Sobonya, Staggers, Stowers, Sumner, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Wells, White and Williams - Supporting the "Honor and Remember" Flag as an official emblem of the service and sacrifice by the brave men and women who have given their lives in the line of duty - Introduced 02/21/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/10/11 - To Senate 03/11/11 - To Military 03/11/11 - Referred to Rules 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


97.
By Del. Manchin, Anderson, Ashley, T. Campbell, Caputo, Doyle, Iaquinta, Kominar, Longstreth, Miley, Morgan, D. Poling, M. Poling, Reynolds, Stowers, Varner, Walters and White - Requesting a broad study of budgeting, including budget formats, approached, processes, procedures and controls - Introduced 02/23/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/10/11 - To Senate 03/11/11 - To Finance then Rules - To Finance 03/11/11


98.
By Del. Morgan, Craig, Stephens, Sobonya, Reynolds and C. Miller - Recognizing the Mighty Wurlitzer Pipe Organ in the Keith-Albee Theatre as the Official Theatre Pipe Organ in the State - Introduced 02/23/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/10/11 - To Senate 03/11/11 - To Government Organization 03/11/11


99.
By Del. Guthrie, Mahan, Moye, Snuffer, O'Neal and Sumner - The "Donnie Adkins III Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/24/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/12/11


100.
By Del. Michael - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study the need for legislation to clarify the law relating to the right of disposition of a deceased person's remains - Introduced 02/25/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/10/11 - To Senate 03/11/11 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Judiciary 03/11/11


101.
By Del. T. Campbell, Mahan, Crosier and Canterbury - The "PFC Ralph Lewis Boone Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/25/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/02/11 - To Senate 03/03/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 03/03/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/11/11


103.
By Del. Morgan, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Reynolds, Stephens, Sobonya, C. Miller, Ennis, Varner, Ellem, Perdue, Butcher, White, Moore, Mahan, Swartzmiller, Storch, Pethtel, Paxton, Rodighiero, L. Phillips, Frazier, Givens, Ferro, D. Poling, Martin, Barker, Stowers, Hall, Moye, Canterbury, Staggers, Hunt, Skaff, Walker, D. Campbell, M. Poling, Fragale, Manchin, Marshall, Shaver, Perry, Brown, Guthrie, Boggs, Smith, Miley, Manypenny, Longstreth, Barill, Rowan, Wells, Hatfield, Poore, Talbott, Hamilton, Iaquinta, Caputo, Fleischauer, Williams and Lawrence - The "Lt. Ronnie D. Ferrell Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 02/25/11 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 02/25/11 - To Senate 02/28/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 02/28/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/08/11


113.
By Del. Rodighiero, Stowers, R. Phillips, Barker and Butcher - The "PFC Darrell Lee Cabell Memorial Highway" - Introduced 02/28/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/09/11 - To Senate 03/10/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 03/10/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/11/11


115.
By Del. Hall, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Anderson, Andes, Azinger, Barill, Barker, Boggs, Brown, Butcher, D. Campbell, T. Campbell, Cann, Caputo, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Ellem, Ellington, Ennis, Evans, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Hunt, Iaquinta, Ireland, Jones, Kominar, Lawrence, Longstreth, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Pasdon, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, L. Phillips, R. Phillips, Pino, D. Poling, M. Poling, Poore, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Rowan, Savilla, Shaver, Skaff, Smith, Snuffer, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Wells, White and Williams - Supporting raising the pay of state mine inspectors to federal levels - Introduced 03/01/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/10/11 - To Senate 03/11/11 - To Finance 03/11/11


116.
By Del. Talbott - The "Honorary and Memorial Firefighters Bridge" - Introduced 03/01/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/10/11 - To Senate 03/11/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


117.
By Del. Brown, Guthrie, Hatfield, Hunt, Skaff, Wells and Nelson - The Larry K. Conley Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/01/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/09/11 - To Senate 03/10/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 03/10/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/11/11


118.
By Del. Boggs, Smith, Walker, Staggers, Perry, Pino, Talbott and Sigler - Requesting a feasibility study for a proposed multi-county ATV trail system in Central West Virginia - Introduced 03/01/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/10/11 - To Senate 03/11/11 - To Natural Resources then Rules - To Natural Resources 03/11/11 - To Rules 03/12/11


120.
By Del. Talbott, Fragale, Guthrie, Hall, Manypenny, Martin, L. Phillips, R. Phillips, Pino, Shaver, Swartzmiller, Wells, Anderson, Duke, Ellem, Evans and Romine - Requesting a study on the effect of transferring supervisory and jurisdictional responsibilities of all or part of Coopers Rock State Forest - Introduced 03/01/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/10/11 - To Senate 03/11/11 - To Natural Resources then Rules - To Natural Resources 03/11/11 - To Rules 03/12/11


123.
By Del. Perry, Hall, Moore, Reynolds, Cann, Ferns, Frazier, Hartman, Iaquinta, Mahan, Manchin, Michael, Shaver, Stowers, Ashley, Walters, Carmichael, Nelson and O'Neal (Originating in House Banking and Insurance) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the feasibility of requiring coverage for eosinophilic disorders - Introduced 03/04/11 - To House Rules 03/04/11 - Adopted by House 03/12/11


124.
By Del. Perry, Hall, Moore, Reynolds, Cann, Ferns, Frazier, Hartman, Iaquinta, Mahan, Manchin, Michael, Shaver, Stowers, Ashley, Walters, Carmichael, Nelson and O'Neal (Originating in House Banking and Insurance) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study on the possible need to regulate the rental network PPO market - Introduced 03/04/11 - To House Rules 03/04/11 - Adopted by House 03/12/11


126.
By Del. Ashley and Boggs - Requesting a study on the need for criminal penalties for utilizing computers, mobile telephones and electronic devices to transmit obscene, anonymous and harassing communications - Introduced 03/04/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/11/11 - To Senate 03/12/11 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Judiciary 03/12/11


127.
By Del. Perdue and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - The "Staff Sergeant Chester Arthur Winchell Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/04/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/10/11 - To Senate 03/11/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


128.
By Del. White - Including West Virginia Route 80 in Mingo County as a Blue Star Memorial Highway - Introduced 03/04/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/08/11 - To Senate 03/09/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 03/09/11


131.
By Del. Talbott - Requesting a study of captive cervid farming as an agricultural enterprise and the impact of transferring regulatory authority of captive cervids - Introduced 03/04/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/12/11


137.
By Del. T. Campbell and Canterbury - Requesting the Division of Highways erect signs stating "Lewisburg, Coolest Small Town U. S. A., 2011" - Introduced 03/07/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/10/11 - To Senate 03/11/11 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 03/11/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


138.
By Del. Duke, Anderson, Andes, Ashley, Azinger, Border, D. Campbell, Carmichael, Cowles, Doyle, Ellem, Ellington, Evans, Gearheart, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Iaquinta, Ireland, Kominar, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Mahan, Marshall, Michael, C. Miller, J. Miller, Nelson, Pasdon, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, R. Phillips, Poore, Romine, Rowan, Savilla, Shaver, Sigler, Snuffer, Staggers, Storch, Stowers, Sumner, Varner and Walters - Reaffirming the sister-state relationship between the State of West Virginia and Taiwan Province of the Republic of China - Introduced 03/07/11 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/07/11 - To Senate 03/08/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 03/08/11


139.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Barill, Boggs, Border, Butcher, D. Campbell, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Duke, Ennis, Evans, Frazier, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Householder, Howell, Ireland, Kominar, Kump, Lane, Lawrence, Manypenny, Martin, Miley, J. Miller, Moore, Overington, Pethtel, R. Phillips, Pino, M. Poling, Poore, Romine, Rowan, Shaver, Skaff, Staggers, Stephens, Storch, Sumner, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Walters and White - Calling for the Congress of the United States to offer and support a resolution honoring the life of Frank Woodruff Buckles, and providing that Mr. Buckles body be allowed to lie in honor in the United States Capitol rotunda - Introduced 03/08/11 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/07/11 - To Senate 03/08/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 03/08/11


140.
By Del. Perdue, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Kominar - The "Sgt. Dewey Marcum Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/08/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/12/11


143.
By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Barill, D. Campbell, Ferns, Lawrence, Marshall, Moore, Poore, Fleischauer, Moye, Perry, L. Phillips, Rodighiero, Staggers, Border, Ellington, Householder and Rowan (Originating in House Health and Human Resources) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study on combining the state health care programs into a single agency - Introduced 03/08/11 - To House Rules 03/08/11 - Adopted by House 03/11/11 - To Senate 03/12/11 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - To Health and Human Resources 03/12/11


144.
By Del. Mahan, Perdue, Hatfield, Barill, Ferns, D. Campbell, Guthrie, Perry, Rodighiero, L. Phillips, Staggers, Border, Ellington and Rowan - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study the feasibility of requiring the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources to annually review rates of its various programs pay to health care providers - Introduced 03/09/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/11/11 - To Senate 03/12/11 - To Finance then Rules - To Finance 03/12/11


149.
By Del. Manypenny, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Boggs, Brown, Doyle, Fleischauer, Guthrie, Hamilton, Hatfield, Lawrence, Longstreth, Mahan, Moore, Moye, M. Poling, Poore, Shaver, Smith, Staggers, Talbott, Walker and Wells - Urging the PSC act to review the condition of the Pruntytown to Mt. Storm 500kV transmission line and order the rebuilding and reconductoring of that transmission line as soon as is practical - Introduced 03/10/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/11/11 - To Senate 03/12/11 - To Judiciary 03/12/11 - Adopted by Senate 03/12/11


150.
By Del. Poore - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to conduct a study relating to bullying in the public schools of West Virginia - Introduced 03/10/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/12/11


152.
By Del. Perdue, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Kominar - The "Crum Brothers Memorial Highway" - Introduced 03/10/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/12/11


153.
By Del. Kominar and White - The "GMGC Bobby Lee Jarrell United States Navy Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/10/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/12/11


154.
By Del. Perdue and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - The "Staff Sergeant Sidney H. Blankenship Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 03/10/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/12/11


155.
By Del. Barker, Poore and Lane - Extending the Committee of Conference relating to consideration of Com. Sub. for H. B. 2464, Adding additional requirements to the Ethics Act - Introduced 03/10/11 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 03/10/11 - To Senate 03/10/11 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 03/10/11


156.
By Del. Fleischauer, Azinger, Barill, Brown, Butcher, D. Campbell, Doyle, Duke, Ferns, Hamilton, Hatfield, Iaquinta, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Moore, Moye, Perry, Pino, D. Poling, M. Poling, Poore, Rodighiero, Shaver, Skaff, Smith, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Wells and Williams - Requesting a study of the laws affecting the ability of children to safely walk or bicycle to school - Introduced 03/11/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/12/11


157.
By Del. Canterbury, Anderson, Andes, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Boggs, Border, Brown, D. Campbell, T. Campbell, Cann, Carmichael, Cowles, Doyle, Duke, Ellem, Ellington, Ennis, Evans, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Gearheart, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Hatfield, Householder, Howell, Iaquinta, Ireland, Kominar, Kump, Lane, Lawrence, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Michael, C. Miller, J. Miller, Moye, Nelson, O'Neal, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, L. Phillips, R. Phillips, Pino, D. Poling, M. Poling, Poore, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Rowan, Savilla, Shaver, Sigler, Snuffer, Sobonya, Staggers, Storch, Stowers, Sumner, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Walters, Wells, White and Williams - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to perform a cost-benefit analysis of how the use of natural gas powered locomotives can help the environment - Introduced 03/11/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/12/11


160.
By Del. Fleischauer, Barill, Barker, Brown, Caputo, Doyle, Guthrie, Hatfield, Hunt, Iaquinta, Mahan, Marshall, Moore, Pasdon, Poore, Rowan, Staggers and Wells - Requesting a study relating to the capacity of the West Virginia Human Rights Commission to provide adequate outreach and services to the entire state to investigate complaints of housing discrimination - Introduced 03/11/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/12/11


163.
By Del. Fleischauer, Barker, Brown, Caputo, Doyle, Ferro, Guthrie, Hatfield, Hunt, Iaquinta, Lawrence, Mahan, Marshall, Moore, Pasdon, Poore, Rowan, Staggers and Wells - Requesting a study of the issues related to a lack of an adopted building code in 47 out of 55 counties in West Virginia - Introduced 03/12/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/12/11


164.
By Del. Fleischauer, Manypenny, Brown, Poore, Guthrie, Hatfield, T. Campbell, Morgan, M. Poling, Kominar, Hunt, Perdue, Manchin, Stephens, Lane, Carmichael, Michael, Mahan, Caputo, Fragale, Stowers, Skaff and Marshall - Requesting a study of the feasibility of increasing transparency and accountability requirements for job creation and retention subsidies - Introduced 03/12/11 - To Rules - Adopted by House 03/12/11


SENATE BILLS PASSED LEGISLATURE


35.
By Sen. Snyder and Plymale - Increasing nonfamily adoption tax credit - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*60.
By Sen. Foster - Relating to certain supervisory duties of circuit probation officers - Passed 03/04/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*61.
By Sen. Foster - Relating generally to juvenile drug courts - Passed 03/04/11 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*93.
By Sen. Laird, Barnes, Green, Yost, Foster and Plymale - Relating to escape from custody of Director of Juvenile Services - Passed 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*96.
By Sen. Laird, Miller, Plymale, Browning, Unger and D. Facemire - Relating generally to certain county officials - Passed 03/10/11; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*112.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Department of Administration promulgate legislative rules - Passed 03/12/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*121.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rules - Passed 03/11/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/17/11 - Senate reconsidered action - 03/18/11 - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor - 03/18/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment - 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor - 03/18/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*177.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing Department of Revenue promulgate legislative rules - Passed 03/12/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


184.
By Sen. Wells, D. Facemire, Williams, Yost, Sypolt, Jenkins, Unger, Plymale, Hall, Laird, Minard and Klempa - Relating to disposition of remains of military service member who dies while serving in military - Passed 02/04/11 - To Governor 02/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/1/11


*186.
By Sen. Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Chafin, Hall, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Palumbo, Snyder, Williams, Edgell, Wells, Unger, Browning, Plymale, Miller, Nohe and Klempa - Relating to issuing subpoena to aid in criminal investigations involving certain crimes against minors - Passed 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


192.
By Sen. Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President), Barnes, Browning, Palumbo, Stollings, Williams, Yost, Unger, Foster, Plymale, Minard and Klempa - Protecting consumers from price gouging and unfair pricing practices - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*193.
By Sen. Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Chafin, Hall, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Palumbo, Snyder, Williams, Unger and Plymale - Relating to law-enforcement certification generally - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*200.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), McCabe, Stollings, Plymale, Prezioso, Yost and Klempa - Correcting names of state institutions of higher education - Passed 02/08/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 02/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/1/11


205.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Updating certain terms in Corporation Net Income Tax Act - Passed 02/18/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 02/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/2/11


*213.
By Sen. Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Chafin, Jenkins, Laird, Minard, Palumbo, Snyder, Williams, Hall, Unger, Browning, Wells, Stollings, Plymale, Prezioso, Miller, Yost, Klempa and Beach - Relating to crimes using computers, telephones and electronic devices - Passed 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


215.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Updating certain terms in Personal Income Tax Act - Passed 02/18/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 02/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/2/11


*216.
By Sen. Prezioso, Palumbo, Edgell, Foster, Kessler (Acting President), Minard, Unger, Williams, Boley, Jenkins, Snyder, Browning, McCabe, Stollings, Plymale, Laird, Miller, Klempa and Nohe - Modifying definition "imminent danger to physical well-being of a child" - Passed 03/07/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*219.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to maintaining solvency of Unemployment Compensation Fund - Passed 03/12/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/17/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action - 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor - 03/18/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment - 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor - 03/18/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


222.
By Sen. Foster - Relating to Municipal Police Officers and Firefighters Retirement System - Passed 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*228.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Creating Local Solution Dropout Prevention and Recovery Act - Passed 03/12/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*234.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Revising Municipal Economic Opportunity Development District Act - Passed 03/09/11 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*235.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Revising County Economic Opportunity Development District Act - Passed 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*238.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Redesignating Division of Veterans' Affairs as Department of Veterans' Assistance - Passed 03/12/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/17/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action - 03/18/11 - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor - 03/18/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment - 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor - 03/18/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/29/11


239.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Extending period higher education institutes have to deposit moneys into research endowments - Passed 03/12/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*241.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to Division of Tourism and Tourism Commission - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*243.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to Neighborhood Investment Program Act - Passed 03/12/11; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*245.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Snyder, Browning, Foster, Laird, Yost, Stollings, Beach, Fanning, Unger, Wills, Barnes, Miller, Edgell, McCabe, Plymale, Klempa and Williams - Relating to protection of Chesapeake Bay Watershed - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*247.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Exempting certain construction contractor purchases from consumers sales, service and use tax - Passed 03/12/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*253.
By Sen. Minard and Jenkins - Amending insurance code with respect to holding companies - Passed 03/12/11; Effective July 1, 2012 - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


254.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to Development Office and Division of Human Services - Passed 02/18/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 02/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/2/11


255.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of unappropriated moneys to various accounts - Passed 02/14/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 02/23/11 - Approved by Governor 2/25/11


*256.
By Sen. Beach, Jenkins, Miller, Nohe, Klempa and Barnes - Requiring sex offenders verify e-mail and online identities - Passed 03/07/11 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*263.
By Sen. Beach and Klempa - Relating to special plates for testing of vehicles operated by certain nonprofit corporations - Passed 03/09/11 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/17/11 - Senate reconsidered action - 03/18/11 - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor - 03/18/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment - 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor - 03/18/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*282.
By Sen. Beach, Snyder, Laird, Yost, Green, Foster, Browning, McCabe, Plymale, D. Facemire, Minard, Klempa, Williams and Kessler (Acting President) - Continuing Highway Design-Build Pilot Program - Passed 03/09/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/21/11


285.
By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Hall, Jenkins, Laird, Palumbo, Prezioso, Tucker, Wills and Yost (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Extending time frame practitioners must write prescriptions on official tamper-resistant paper - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*295.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rules - Passed 03/10/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/17/11 - Senate reconsidered action - 03/18/11 - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor - 03/18/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment - 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor - 03/18/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


328.
By Sen. Beach, Klempa and Plymale - Relating to issuance, disqualification, suspension and revocation of driver's licenses - Passed 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*330.
By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Jenkins, Foster, Browning, Stollings and Beach - Relating to higher education personnel generally - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*335.
By Sen. Beach and Prezioso - Authorizing certain municipalities regulate taxis and taxi stands by ordinance - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


342.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation to Governor's Office--Civil Contingent Fund - Passed 02/07/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 02/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/1/11


349.
By Sen. Laird, Snyder, Nohe, Miller and Klempa - Requiring bittering agent be placed in certain engine coolants and antifreezes - Passed 03/09/11 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*356.
By Sen. Minard, Jenkins and Stollings - Making captive insurance company organized as risk retention group subject to certain insurance code provisions - Passed 03/10/11; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*357.
By Sen. Laird - Relating to reporting beaver and river otter taken, tagged and checked - Passed 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


358.
By Sen. Laird and Miller - Authorizing electronic registration of wildlife - Passed 03/04/11 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


366.
By Sen. Green, Beach, Klempa, Palumbo, Chafin and Plymale - Relating to Underground Storage Tank Administrative Fund - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


371.
By Sen. Prezioso and D. Facemire - Updating list of jurisdictions identified as tax havens - Passed 03/10/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*373.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Requiring School Building Authority allocate and expend certain moneys for vocational programs at comprehensive middle schools - Passed 03/12/11; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


375.
By Sen. Wells, Plymale, Chafin and Stollings - Authorizing Higher Education Policy Commission collect and disseminate information concerning higher education institutions - Passed 03/12/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


376.
By Sen. Beach - Permitting unit owners' associations institute legal action to collect dues - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*382.
By Sen. Wells, Jenkins, Stollings, Plymale, Beach, Yost and Sypolt - Specifying activities entitling certain members of National Guard or reserve to leave of absence - Passed 02/24/11 - To Governor 02/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/3/11


*391.
By Sen. Palumbo, Snyder, Foster, McCabe, Beach, Minard and Wells - Relating to community voting locations generally - Passed 03/12/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


392.
By Sen. Snyder, Klempa, Yost and McCabe - Changing definition of "accredited thoroughbred horse" - Passed 03/04/11 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*408.
By Sen. Minard, Foster, Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President), Chafin and Stollings - Creating WV Health Benefit Exchange Act - Passed 03/12/11; Effective from passage - Effective ninety days from passage - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


413.
By Sen. Snyder, Klempa, Yost, McCabe, Unger and D. Facemire - Changing title of Racing Commission's racing secretary - Passed 03/08/11; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


428.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Miller - Increasing and reallocating certain circuit court fees - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/17/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action - 03/18/11 - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor - 03/18/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment - 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor - 03/18/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


435.
By Sen. Minard - Amending insurance code with respect to surplus lines insurance - Passed 03/12/11; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


436.
By Sen. Yost, Klempa, Unger and Plymale - Continuing personal income tax adjustment to gross income of certain retirees - Passed 03/12/11; Effect from passage - Effective ninety days from passage - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*439.
By Sen. Prezioso, Yost, Beach, Barnes, Sypolt, Fanning, Tucker and Plymale - Clarifying that filing of manufactured housing complaint with state regulatory board is prerequisite for lawsuit - Passed 03/12/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*458.
By Sen. Laird, Fanning, D. Facemire, Williams, McCabe and Plymale - Updating Logging Sediment Control Act - Passed 03/03/11 - To Governor 3/8/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/8/11 - Senate reconsidered action - 03/09/11 - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor - 03/09/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment - 03/12/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor - 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*460.
By Sen. Laird, Williams, D. Facemire and Fanning - Authorizing Division of Forestry establish practices and procedures to address law-enforcement requirements of division - Passed 03/10/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*461.
By Sen. Laird, Snyder, Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President), Plymale, Miller, Wills, Nohe and Unger - Providing criminal penalty for violating restraining order entered upon conviction for stalking or harassment - Passed 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*465.
By Sen. McCabe, Kessler (Acting President), Browning, Unger, Snyder, Stollings, Plymale, Wells, Palumbo, Beach, Klempa, Yost and Foster - Creating Marcellus Gas and Manufacturing Development Act - Passed 03/12/11; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*472.
By Sen. Minard - Relating to portable electronics insurance - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*474.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Prezioso, Beach, Williams, Edgell, Palumbo, Plymale, Wills, D. Facemire, Klempa and Yost - Relating to manufacturer's liability for prescription drug warning or instruction - Passed 03/12/11; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*484.
By Sen. McCabe, Unger, Foster, Stollings, Wells, Minard, Beach and Kessler (Acting President) - Relating to management agreements of Higher Education Policy Commission - Passed 03/12/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


486.
By Sen. Laird, Tucker, Plymale, Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Helmick, Browning, Stollings, McCabe, Wells and Miller - Creating WVU-Tech Revitalization Project - Passed 03/07/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/21/11


*488.
By Sen. Stollings, Foster, Hall, Wills, Snyder, Kessler (Acting President), Jenkins, Plymale and Miller - Revising HIV testing statute to conform with most recent recommendations from CDC - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/24/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*492.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Stollings, McCabe, Foster, Hall, Jenkins, Prezioso, Unger, Plymale, Wells, Klempa, Yost and Minard - Relating to maximizing federal funding for state Medicaid program - Passed 03/10/11; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*495.
By Sen. Palumbo and Plymale - Relating generally to use of electronic voting systems - Passed 03/11/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


507.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Browning, Foster, Plymale, Stollings, Klempa and Williams - Continuing Broadband Deployment Council - Passed 02/25/11 - To Governor 3/3/11 - Approved by Governor 3/9/11


514.
By Sen. Plymale and Miller - Authorizing legislative rule for Higher Education Policy Commission regarding authorization of degree-granting institutions - Passed 03/10/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*532.
By Sen. Palumbo, Foster and Minard - Relating to fraud and abuse in Medicaid program - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


538.
By Sen. Plymale, Jenkins, Foster and Browning - Creating Learn and Earn Cooperative Education Program - Passed 03/09/11 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/21/11


*544.
By Sen. Foster, Wells, McCabe, Wills, Edgell, Snyder, Palumbo, Yost, Klempa and Kessler (Acting President) - Relating to municipal policemen's and firemen's pension and relief funds - Passed 03/11/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


546.
By Sen. Foster, Wells, McCabe, Wills, Edgell, Palumbo, Klempa and Kessler (Acting President) - Relating to municipal police and firefighter pensions - Passed 03/12/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/29/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*550.
By Sen. Klempa, Kessler (Acting President), Wills, Snyder, Yost, Miller, Edgell and D. Facemire - Relating generally to gaming at licensed racetracks and historic resort hotels - Passed 03/12/11; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*560.
By Sen. Stollings (By Request) - Relating to confidentiality of Health Care Authority's rate-setting model - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


563.
By Sen. Foster, Edgell, Wells, McCabe and Palumbo - Authorizing municipalities to create deferred retirement option plans for certain employees - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*570.
By Sen. Browning, Laird, Williams, Palumbo, Foster and Plymale - Creating Volunteer for Nonprofit Youth Organizations Act - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


581.
By Sen. Unger and K. Facemyer - Changing beginning date for early voting; allowing Saturday early voting - Passed 03/12/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*582.
By Sen. Miller and Williams - Relating to seals of notaries and commissioners - Passed 03/04/11; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*592.
By Sen. Palumbo, Stollings, Plymale, Unger, Browning, Minard, Foster, Wells, Fanning, Jenkins, Tucker and Kessler (Acting President) - Requiring schools have crisis response plans - Passed 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


608.
By Sen. Beach, Klempa, Plymale, Tucker and Williams (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Increasing fees for services and documents issued by DMV - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/17/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/23/11


612.
By Sen. Plymale, Browning, Edgell, Laird, Stollings, Tucker and Wills (Originating in Senate Education) - Exempting certain schools and school districts from certain statutory provisions - Passed 03/11/11 - To Governor 3/23/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


617.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Plymale, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Edgell, Helmick, Stollings, Miller, Hall and Boley (Originating in Senate Finance) - Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to Department of Education and Arts and DHHR - Passed 03/12/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 3/23/11


618.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Plymale, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Edgell, Helmick, Stollings, Miller, Hall and Boley (Originating in Senate Finance) - Making appropriation from State Road Fund to DOT - Passed 03/12/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 3/23/11


619.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Plymale, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Edgell, Helmick, Stollings, Miller, Hall and Boley (Originating in Senate Finance) - Making supplementary appropriation of unappropriated moneys to various accounts - Passed 03/12/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 3/23/11


620.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, Unger, Edgell, Plymale, McCabe, Laird, Wells, Green, Chafin, Yost, Helmick, Stollings, Miller, Boley and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Making supplementary appropriation to various executive accounts - Passed 03/12/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor 3/23/11


SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY LEGISLATURE


10.
By Sen. Laird, Unger, Miller, D. Facemire, Yost, Williams and Kessler (Acting President) - Proposing amendment to Constitution designated Repeal The Two Consecutive Term Limitation for Sheriffs Amendment - Adopted 03/10/11


SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS

ADOPTED BY LEGISLATURE


2.
By Sen. Browning, Green, Stollings, Plymale, Klempa and Yost - Requesting DOH name portion of County Routes 1 and 3 "Glen Rogers Coal Miner Memorial Highway" - Adopted 02/07/11


3.
By Sen. Barnes, Stollings, Klempa and Wells - Requesting DOH name bridge in Pendleton County "Korean War Veterans Bridge" - Adopted 02/07/11


7.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Prezioso and Hall - Authorizing payment of supplies, services, printing and other expenses - Adopted 01/21/11


8.
By Sen. Barnes, Helmick, Stollings, Klempa and Beach - Requesting DOH name segment of U. S. Route 33 "Sergeant Clinton M. Hedrick and World War II Veterans Memorial Highway" - Adopted 02/07/11


9.
By Sen. Barnes, Helmick, Stollings, Klempa and Beach - Requesting DOH name bridge on U. S. Route 220 in Smoke Hole, Pendleton County, "Pendleton County Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 02/07/11


10.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Edgell, Foster, Hall, Jenkins, McCabe, Stollings, Plymale, Miller, Laird, Yost, Klempa, Beach, Williams, Wills and Prezioso - Designating March 30 annually "West Virginia Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day" - Adopted 03/10/11


11.
By Sen. Klempa, Yost, Edgell, Kessler (Acting President), Wells, Plymale, McCabe and Beach - Authorizing placement of statue of Honorable Francis Harrison Pierpont in Independence Hall in Wheeling - Adopted 03/10/11


13.
By Sen. Stollings, Wells, Klempa, Beach and Yost - Requesting DOH name State Route 3, between Yawkey and Julian, "LCPL Rodney A. Breedlove Memorial Highway" - Adopted 02/24/11


14.
By Sen. Stollings, Wells, Klempa, Beach and Yost - Requesting DOH name bridge in Whitesville crossing Big Coal River, "CPL Charles 'Mitchell' Hannah Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/09/11


16.
By Sen. Browning, Stollings, Green, Klempa and Yost - Requesting DOH name WV 54, from intersection with CR 54/4 to intersection with WV 16, "C.C. 'Sonnie' Phillips Bypass" - Adopted 03/10/11


17.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Browning, McCabe, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Snyder, Unger, Boley and Hall (Originating in Senate Rules) - Adopting joint rules of the Senate and House of Delegates - Adopted 02/11/11


18.
By Sen. Barnes, Stollings, Beach, Klempa, Yost and Williams - Requesting DOH name bridge on Corridor H in Moorefield, Hardy County, "Richard Lee 'Dickie' Moyers Veterans Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 02/18/11


19.
By Sen. Stollings, Browning, Klempa, Plymale and McCabe - Requesting DOH name WV 3 from intersection with WV 94 to Raleigh County Line "John Protan Highway" - Adopted 03/09/11


20.
By Sen. Plymale, Jenkins, Yost, Klempa and Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge at I-64, Exit 11, near 16th Street and Hal Greer Boulevard, "Jeffrey P. Ball Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/10/11


21.
By Sen. Wells, Yost, Klempa, Stollings and McCabe - Requesting DOH name bridge on I-79, spanning WV 114, "Hodges Brothers Bridge" - Adopted 03/10/11


24.
By Sen. Beach, Kessler (Acting President), Plymale, Prezioso, Browning, Minard, Klempa, Yost and Unger - Requesting DOH name bridge in Monongalia County "Joseph C. Bartolo Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/10/11


25.
By Sen. Hall, K. Facemyer, Kessler (Acting President), Plymale, Browning, Klempa, Yost, McCabe and Unger - Requesting DOH name Route 35 in Putnam and Mason counties "Fruth-Lanham Highway" - Adopted 03/12/11


28.
By Sen. Chafin, Fanning, Stollings, Miller, Klempa and Yost - Requesting DOH name intersection of Stoney Ridge and King Coal Highway in Mercer County "Christine West Interchange" - Adopted 03/10/11


29.
By Sen. Chafin, Browning, Fanning, Stollings, Miller, Klempa and Yost - Requesting DOH name King Coal Highway Interchange, at intersection of U. S. Route 52 and U. S. Route 460 in Mercer County "The K. A. Ammar, Jr. Interchange" - Adopted 03/10/11


30.
By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Klempa, Yost and Minard - Requesting DOH name bridge number 03-119-16.22 "PFC Willie Ray Stollings Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/09/11


32.
By Sen. Foster, Laird, Palumbo and Yost - Requesting DOH name bridge on U. S. Route 60 in Gauley Bridge "Sgt. Scott Angel Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/10/11


33.
By Sen. Browning, Green, Yost and Klempa - Requesting DOH name bridge on Route 16 in Wyoming County "Justin Lane Haga Janes and Matthew Robert Wrenn Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/12/11


37.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Browning, Green, Foster, Jenkins, McCabe, Laird, Prezioso, Minard and Williams - Urging WV Delegation to Congress oppose any action by Congress or President to reduce funding for Community Service Block Grants - Adopted 03/10/11


38.
By Sen. Stollings, Wells, Foster, Unger, Jenkins, McCabe, Miller, Laird, Prezioso, Williams, Klempa, Kessler (Acting President) and D. Facemire - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study needs, challenges and issues facing West Virginians with Alzheimer's - Adopted 03/12/11


39.
By Sen. Wills and Klempa - Requesting DOH name WV 20 between Cowen and Webster and Nicholas County lines "Chief Samuel 'Ed' Plummer Memorial Highway" - Adopted 03/10/11


43.
By Sen. Miller, Edgell, D. Facemire and Klempa - Requesting DOH erect sign under community of Caldwell sign on Route 60 at mile marker 165 east and at mile marker 166 west bound, in Greenbrier County, "Home of Chan Whitt Jr." - Adopted 03/10/11


60.
By Sen. Palumbo, Foster, McCabe, Wells, Chafin, Browning, Jenkins, Kessler (Acting President), Unger, Fanning, Plymale and Boley - Requesting DOH name 35th Street bridge in Charleston "Kaufman Memorial 35th Street Bridge" - Adopted 03/08/11


HOUSE BILLS PASSED LEGISLATURE


2001.
By Del. Boggs and Armstead - Providing that inmates serving life sentences shall be considered for parole only once every three years - Passed 1/25/2011; Effective from passage - To Governor 1/28/11 - Approved by Governor 2/3/11


*2012.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Budget Bill, making appropriations of public money out of the treasury in accordance with section fifty-one, article six of the Constitution - Passed 3/18/2011; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/22/11 - Approved by Governor with deletions and reductions 3/23/11


*2013.
By Del. Hamilton and Staggers - Requiring the West Virginia Enhanced 911 Council to propose Emergency Medical Dispatch procedures - Passed 3/11/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2075.
By Del. Morgan - Relating to acquisition of a municipal business license - Passed 3/11/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2159.
By Del. Doyle and Mahan - Relating to prohibiting members of the news media from being compelled to give testimony - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2248.
By Del. Miley, Iaquinta and Fragale - Expanding the list of federal law-enforcement officers who are extended the authority of state and local law-enforcement officers to enforce the laws of this state - Passed 3/11/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


2345.
By Del. Manchin, Longstreth and Poling, D. - Changing the membership of the PEIA Financial Board - Passed 3/11/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/24/11


*2362.
By Del. Boggs, Perdue, Ashley and Barker - Increasing penalties for financial exploitation of an elderly person or incapacitated adult - Passed 3/12/2011 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2368.
By Del. Morgan - Relating to the practice of beauty care - Passed 3/12/2011; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/21/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*2437.
By Del. Caputo, Manchin, Longstreth, Poore, Manypenny, L. Phillips and Poling, D. - Requiring study relating to mandating the utilization of devices that case underground mining machines to shut-off when methane is detected - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/21/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*2438.
By Del. Miley, Hunt, Brown, Frazier, Barker, Moore, Hamilton and Ellem - Bringing older contradicting language still remaining in the code into conformity with §3-2-5(b)(3) and reestablishing a definition for "independent voter" - Passed 3/9/2011 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/21/11


*2451.
By Del. Smith - Relating to victim impact statements - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 4/4/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2464.
By Del. Miley, Boggs, Fragale, M. Poling, Morgan, Hunt, Fleischauer, Moore, Ellem, Hamilton and Lane - Adding additional requirements to the Ethics Act - Passed 3/12/2011; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 03/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action 03/18/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 03/18/11; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


2475.
By Del. Perry and Ellem - Including certain records of the Division of Juvenile Services in the exemptions from disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act - Passed 2/16/2011 - To Governor 2/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/2/11


*2479.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Hartman, Hatfield, D. Poling, Martin, Staggers, Swartzmiller and Rowan - Relating to dental anesthesia - Passed 3/10/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2498.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Hartman, Hatfield, Martin, D. Poling, Staggers and Rowan - Relating to the practice of dentistry - Passed 3/10/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2505.
By Del. Perdue, Boggs, Hatfield, Cann, Rodighiero, Moye, Poore, Border, C. Miller, Hamilton and Lawrence - Adding synthetic cannabinoids and hallucinogens and stimulants to the Schedule I list of controlled substances (K2) - Passed 3/12/2011; Effect thirty days from passage - To Governor 3/21/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*2517.
By Del. Perry, Boggs and Ellem - Allowing Correctional Industries to directly purchase workers' compensation coverage for inmates - Passed 3/11/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2520.
By Del. Perry, Boggs and Ellem - Relating to centers for housing young adult offenders - Passed 3/12/2011; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/21/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*2522.
By Del. Williams, Moye, Perdue, Cann, Border and Hamilton - Relating to nursing home administrative appeals - Passed 3/8/2011 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*2525.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Martin, Hatfield, Staggers, Swartzmiller and C. Miller - Relating to the practice of social work - Passed 3/8/2011; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Title amended 03/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action 03/18/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*2532.
By Del. Staggers, L. Phillips, Hall, Martin, Perry, Moore, Morgan, Mahan, Moye, Pino and Williams - Zipline Responsibility Act - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/21/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*2539.
By Del. Frazier, Miley, Brown, Caputo, Ellem, Hamilton, Longstreth, Moore and Sobonya - Authorizing the West Virginia State Police to enter into agreements for certain forensic services with the Marshall University Forensic Science Center - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/21/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*2542.
By Del. Brown - Clarifying requirements and procedures for access to cemeteries and grave sites located on private land - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 03/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action 03/18/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*2550.
By Del. Iaquinta, Fleischauer, Longstreth, Stephens, Walker and Azinger - Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children - Passed 3/10/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/23/11


2551.
By Del. Doyle, Guthrie, Ferro, Frazier, Reynolds and Walters - Relating generally to estates and trusts and their administration - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/21/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2556.
By Del. Perry, M. Poling, Shaver, Lawrence, Stowers, Moye, Romine and Duke - Resetting the expiration date of provisions that allow the employment of retired teachers as substitutes beyond the post-retirement employment limit - Passed 2/23/2011; Effect from passage - To Governor 2/25/11 - Approved by Governor 2/25/11


2557.
By Del. M. Poling, Hamilton and Smith - Extending the time for the Board of Education of Upshur County to meet as a levying body - Passed 2/14/2011; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/17/11 - Approved by Governor 2/23/11


*2562.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Hartman, Manypenny, Martin, Staggers, Swartzmiller, Talbott and Azinger - Relating to the State Athletic Commission - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*2586.
By Del. Brown, D. Poling, Fleischauer and Talbott - Authorizing the Department of Transportation to promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/8/2011; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*2613.
By Del. Brown, D. Poling, Fleischauer and Talbott - Authorizing the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety to promulgate legislative rules - Passed 2/28/2011; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/3/11 - Approved by Governor 3/9/11


*2626.
By Del. Brown, D. Poling, Fleischauer and Talbott - Authorizing the Department of Commerce to promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/9/2011; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*2639.
By Del. Brown, D. Poling, Fleischauer, Talbott, Overington and Sobonya - Authorizing miscellaneous boards and agencies to promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/12/2011; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Title amended 03/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action 03/18/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effective ninety days from passage 03/18/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


2648.
By Del. Iaquinta, Anderson, M. Poling, Crosier and Fragale - Increasing the faculty senate allotment for classroom teachers and librarians - Passed 3/8/2011; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*2663.
By Del. Moye, T. Campbell, Manchin, Shaver, Stephens, Barker, Poling, M. and Doyle - Relating to public service commissioners presiding at hearings - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 03/18/11 - Title amended 03/18/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 03/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action 03/18/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 03/18/11; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*2693.
By Del. Fleischauer, Ellem, Overington, Hunt, Skaff, Lane and Rodighiero - Requiring insurance coverage for autism spectrum disorders - Passed 3/12/2011; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


2695.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens and Givens - Relating to the educational broadcasting authority - Passed 3/12/2011; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2696.
By Del. Barker - Authorizing the county commission of Boone County to transfer its title and interests in the Boone Memorial Hospital - Passed 2/17/2011; Effect from passage - To Governor 2/24/11 - Approved by Governor 3/2/11


2697.
By Del. Manchin, Lawrence, Cann, Morgan, D. Poling, Poore, Stephens and Varner - Updating the recordkeeping requirements of municipalities - Passed 3/8/2011 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


2708.
By Del. Swartzmiller and M. Poling - Removing a twelve-month limitation for certain agreements between or among law- enforcement agencies - Passed 3/7/2011 - To Governor 3/9/11 - Approved by Governor 3/15/11


*2709.
By Del. Canterbury, Hamilton, Perry, Shaver, Walker and Hartman - Allowing county school boards to enter into energy-saving contracts - Passed 3/1/2011; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/7/11 - Approved by Governor 3/11/11


*2745.
By Del. Perry, Hartman, Walters, Hall, Ashley and Azinger - Providing that certain information provided by insurance companies to the Insurance Commissioner is confidential - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2750.
By Del. Frazier, Mahan, Fleischauer, Caputo, Moore, Hunt and Skaff - Adding consideration of sexual assault in issuing an order to temporarily or permanently end a parent-child relationship - Passed 3/9/2011 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*2752.
By Del. Lawrence, Staggers, Pasdon, Crosier, Williams, Doyle, Fragale and Hall - Increasing the maximum age for persons applying for appointment for the police force in a Class I or Class II city from thirty-five to forty years - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


2763.
By Del. Boggs, Fragale and White - Prohibiting the Executive Director of Workforce West Virginia from billing a reimbursable employer under the unemployment compensation law for overpaid amounts of benefits paid to a claimant - Passed 3/11/2011; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


2765.
By Del. Pethtel, Givens, Canterbury, Ennis, Duke, Guthrie and D. Poling - Relating to the retirement plans administered by the West Virginia Consolidated Public Retirement Board - Passed 3/8/2011; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*2766.
By Del. Pethtel, Canterbury, Givens, Ennis, Guthrie and D. Poling - Relating to contribution rate for the Deputy Sheriff Retirement System - Passed 3/8/2011; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/17/11


*2818.
By Del. Manchin, Caputo, Fleischauer, Fragale, Guthrie, Poore, Skaff, Doyle and Stowers - Increasing the allowable expenses to be paid to victims by the Crime Victim Compensation Fund - Passed 3/10/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


2845.
By Del. Williams, Moye, D. Poling, Shaver, Skaff, Hamilton and Rowan - Creating a senior resident lifetime hunting, fishing and trapping license that will cost $25 - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2853.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Providing for a special primary and general election to fill a vacancy in the office of Governor - Passed 2/3/2011; Effect from passage - To Governor 2/4/11 - Approved by Governor 2/7/11


*2860.
By Del. Mahan, Boggs, Brown, Fleischauer, T. Campbell, Doyle, Cowles, Perdue and Miley - Authorizing the promulgation of rules by the Governor's Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction - Passed 3/11/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2863.
By Del. Pethtel, Givens, Ennis, Canterbury, Duke, Guthrie and D. Poling - Providing for the costs of disability physical and/or mental examinations approved by the Consolidated Public Retirement Board under the West Virginia State Police plan - Passed 3/10/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2864.
By Del. Miley, Lawrence, Ferro, Skaff, Perdue, Brown, Paxton and Stowers - All relating to the creation of a misdemeanor crime of unlawful restraint in the first and second degree - Passed 3/11/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


2871.
By Del. Lawrence and Doyle - Relating to brownfield economic development districts - Passed 3/8/2011; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2876.
By Del. Perry, Hartman, Walters, Hall, Reynolds, Ashley and Azinger - Expanding eligibility for subsidies to enrollees in the model health plan - Passed 3/9/2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*2879.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Providing a one-time, nonbase building, supplemental salary increase for all eligible state employees - Passed 3/12/2011; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2882.
By Del. Perry, Moore, Reynolds, Hall, Walters, Hartman, J. Miller, Azinger and Ashley - Relating to the Commissioner's Assessment and Examination Fund - Passed 2/22/2011 - To Governor 2/25/11 - Approved by Governor 3/3/11


*2885.
By Del. Ellem, D. Campbell, Perdue, Poore, Barill, Fleischauer, Border, Moore, Hatfield and Rodighiero - Allowing a guardian or conservator to be employed or in an employment contract with a behavioral health provider - Passed 3/11/2011; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2888.
By Del. Hamilton, Barker, M. Poling, Mahan, Marshall, Moore, D. Poling, Caputo, Longstreth, Ellem and Savilla - Strengthening of protections for whistleblowers of unsafe working conditions in mines - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


2918.
By Del. White and T. Campbell - Relating to permanent business registrations - Passed 3/11/2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


2935.
By Del. Miley, Ferro and Frazier - Repealing an outdated article of election code relating to voting systems - Passed 3/8/2011 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*2936.
By Del. Lawrence, Varner, Armstead, Caputo, Carmichael and Kominar - Changing the date of the canvassing of votes in a primary election - Passed 3/11/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2939.
By Del. Pethtel, Givens, Ennis, Guthrie, D. Poling, Duke and Canterbury - Clarifying the definition of compensation for purposes of calculating required contributions to the public employees retirement system - Passed 3/8/2011 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/21/11


*2949.
By Del. White and T. Campbell - Providing definitions of "low income" for purposes of property tax relief programs - Passed 3/10/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*2953.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to dedication of coalbed methane severance tax proceeds - Passed 3/12/2011; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*2955.
By Del. Caputo and Barker - Authorizing the Division of Mining and Reclamation to assess certain fees to coal mine operators - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 03/18/11 - Title amended 03/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action 03/18/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*2958.
By Del. Doyle, Swartzmiller, Guthrie and Morgan - Allowing the West Virginia Racing Commission to use certain permit and registration fees to pay salaries and other budgeted expenses - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*2959.
By Del. Doyle, Swartzmiller, Guthrie and Morgan - Providing additional funds to the West Virginia Racing Commission - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*2962.
By Del. Perry, Hartman, Moore, Reynolds, Hall, Walters, J. Miller, Azinger and Ashley - Increasing the amount of a fine or penalty the Commissioner of Banking may impose on residential mortgage brokers and lenders - Passed 2/22/2011 - To Governor 2/25/11 - Approved by Governor 3/3/11


*2969.
By Del. Boggs, Caputo, White and Fragale - Requiring the disclosure of the number of stamps by brand name that have been purchased from a nonparticipating tobacco product manufacturer - Passed 3/11/2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


2971.
By Del. White and T. Campbell - Relating to the definition of the term "durable medical equipment" - Passed 3/9/2011; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/21/11


*2981.
By Del. Iaquinta, Longstreth, Ashley, Azinger, Givens, Ferro, Smith, Armstead, Pasdon and Fleischauer - Clarifying payment for trade certifications and allowing use of tuition assistance for West Virginia National Guard members enrolled in a doctor of medicine or osteopathic medicine program - Passed 3/11/2011; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*2986.
By Del. Hartman, Michael, Williams, Crosier, Shaver, D. Campbell and Romine - Relating to forest fire seasons - Passed 3/12/2011; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


2989.
By Del. Doyle, Swartzmiller, Ferns, Storch, Guthrie and Morgan - Creating a process by which the West Virginia Racing Commission may grant stay requests - Passed 3/9/2011 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


2990.
By Del. Doyle, Ferns, Guthrie, Morgan, Storch and Swartzmiller - Changing the renewal of Racing Commission-issued occupational permits - Passed 3/8/2011 - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


2993.
By Del. White and T. Campbell - Relating to the West Virginia Commercial Patents Incentives Tax Act - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


3000.
By Del. Shaver, Crosier, Stowers, Varner, Williams, Andes, Pethtel, Ferro, Romine, Evans and Walker - Making it lawful to hunt coyotes with a green colored light - Passed 3/11/2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*3004.
By Del. Morgan, Reynolds, Craig, Sobonya, C. Miller, Perdue and Stephens - Relating to the Greater Huntington Park and Recreation District - Passed 3/11/2011; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3021.
By Del. Hatfield, Fleischauer, Perdue, Brown, C. Miller, Hall, Marshall, D. Campbell, Butcher, Morgan and Border - Adding two new members to the Comprehensive Behavioral Health Commission - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*3028.
By Del. Perdue, Fleischauer, Marshall, Williams, Hatfield, Walters, Guthrie, Lawrence, Ellington and Pasdon - Expanding the responsibilities of the Maternal Mortality Review Team - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3054.
By Del. Miley, Longstreth, Fleischauer, Skaff, Hamilton, Sobonya and C. Miller - Relating to DNA data collection - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3064.
By Del. Marshall, Iaquinta, Manchin, Stowers, Evans and Anderson - Finding and declaring certain claims against the state and its agencies to be moral obligations of the state - Passed 3/9/2011; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


3075.
By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Border, Reynolds and Morgan - Increasing the time period in the hold-harmless provision when distributing state aid to local health departments - Passed 3/10/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*3094.
By Del. Smith, Jones, L. Phillips, D. Poling, Longstreth, Shaver, Walker, Fragale, Caputo, Martin and Staggers - Requiring the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services to use existing department funds to develop a program to compensate employees for personal property loss - Passed 3/10/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


3100.
By Del. Skaff, Brown, Craig, Morgan, Fragale, Moore, Poore, Wells, Michael, Caputo and Andes - Permitting the sale of liquor on election day - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*3105.
By Del. Lawrence, Smith, Ellem, Ferro, Pino, M. Poling and D. Campbell - Providing immunity from civil or criminal liability for first responders who use forced entry to a residence - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


3114.
By Del. Mahan, Moye, Sumner, Crosier, O'Neal and Snuffer - Allowing the development and operation of a nursing home on the grounds of a critical access hospital meeting certain restrictions - Passed 3/8/2011; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/15/11 - Approved by Governor 3/21/11


3116.
By Del. Shaver, M. Poling, Perry, Pethtel, Lawrence, Ennis, Smith, Pasdon and Moye (Originating in House Education) - Relating to the authority of school curriculum teams and local school collaborative processes - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


3119.
By Del. Hartman, Pethtel, Perry, Williams and Evans - Increasing the expenditure limit on public service district construction and purchase contracts - Passed 3/11/2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3126.
By Del. Boggs, Smith, Hatfield, Storch, Fleischauer, Manchin, Longstreth, Sumner and Poore - Requiring a railroad company to provide pesticide safety information - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


3134.
By Del. Brown, Frazier, Moore, Miley, Poore and Fleischauer - Relating to child support enforcement - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


3137.
By Del. Kominar - Providing for additional circumstances giving rise to "state 'on' indicators" for purposes of extended unemployment compensation - Passed 3/11/2011; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*3143.
By Del. Pasdon, Hall, Craig, R. Phillips, Miley and Boggs - Relating to penalties for causing injury or death to certain animals used by law enforcement - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3144.
By Del. Butcher, Paxton, Manchin, Stowers, Hall, R. Phillips, L. Phillips, Longstreth, Iaquinta, Rodighiero and Perdue - Creating a criminal offense and adding misdemeanor criminal penalties for picketing or disrupting funerals - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*3145.
By Del. Pethtel, Ennis, White and T. Campbell - Providing a one-time bonus to certain annuitants of the Public Employees Retirement System and the State Teachers Retirement System - Passed 3/10/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Approved by Governor 3/24/11


*3163.
By Del. Perry - Relating to workers' compensation programs of state government entities - Passed 3/12/2011; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3185.
By Del. Lawrence and Manchin - Allowing county commissions to waive or reduce impact fees and capital improvement fees of affordable housing units in their county - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3196.
By Del. D. Campbell, Williams and Shaver - Establishing a program and procedure for certifying medications assistive persons in the health industry - Passed 3/11/2011 - Effective ninety days from passage - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 03/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action 03/18/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3202.
By Del. Miley, Caputo, Skaff, Fleischauer, Manchin, Lawrence, Poore, Lane, Sobonya and Pasdon - Relating to residential rental security deposits - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


*3204.
By Del. Boggs, Caputo, Varner, Morgan and Fragale - Creating the West Virginia Enterprise Resource Planning Board and Executive Committee - Passed 3/12/2011; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3205.
By Del. Boggs and Swartzmiller - Reducing jail sentence for successful completion of education and rehabilitation programs - Passed 3/9/2011; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Approved by Governor 3/18/11


*3225.
By Del. M. Poling, Lawrence, Moye, Perry, Shaver, L. Phillips, Pethtel, Smith and Paxton - Expanding the definition of harassment, intimidation or bullying - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/1/11


3271.
By Del. White, T. Campbell, M. Poling, Kominar, Marshall, Iaquinta, D. Poling, Stowers, Anderson, Border and Cowles (Originating in House Finance) - Relating to the distribution of state funds to volunteer fire companies and departments - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS

ADOPTED BY LEGISLATURE


1.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - Extending an invitation to the President of the Senate, as Acting Governor, to deliver and address to the Legislature and raising a Joint Assembly therefor - Adopted 01/12/11


2.
By Del. Guthrie - The "James Paul Harrison WWII Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/11/11


4.
By Del. Longstreth, Caputo and Manchin - The "PFC Carl E. Talterson and PFC Joseph W. Sell, Jr. Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


5.
By Del. Longstreth, Caputo and Manchin - The "Fletcher Brothers Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


7.
By Del. Walker, Perry and Staggers - The "Staff Sergeant Arthur Coulter and Corporal E. J. Sizemore Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


9.
By Del. Hamilton - The "Ronald Lee Fenstermacher Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


10.
By Del. Hamilton and Smith - The "Everett 'Bud' Currence Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


11.
By Del. Hamilton and M. Poling - The "Raymon Dale Kesling Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


12.
By Del. Frazier, Gearheart and Ellington - The "Senator Homer K. Ball Memorial Road" - Adopted 03/03/11


13.
By Del. Frazier, Gearheart and Ellington - The "Delegate Mike Porter Memorial Road" - Adopted 03/03/11


14.
By Del. Frazier, Gearheart and Ellington - The "Senator Don Caruth Memorial Road" - Adopted 03/08/11


18.
By Del. Smith - The "SP4 Loyd Eugene Robinson Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


19.
By Del. Barker, Butcher, Stowers and R. Phillips - The "Capt. Jackie Lee Dickens, USAF, and PFC. Kent Howell, USMC, Memorial Highway" - Adopted 03/03/11


20.
By Del. Barker - The "Daniel M. Gunnoe Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


22.
By Del. Hamilton, Anderson, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Border, Canterbury, Carmichael, Ellem, Evans, Overington, M. Poling, Romine and Walters - The "Delegate Dale F. Riggs Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


23.
By Del. Caputo, Longstreth and Manchin - The "Howard 'Junkie' Masters Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


28.
By Del. Barker - The "William Chapman "Chap" Cook and Civil War Veterans Memorial Highway" - Adopted 03/03/11


29.
By Del. Overington and Householder - The "Simpson Brothers Veterans Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


30.
By Del. Barker - The "Brian Lester Browder Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


31.
By Del. Stowers, R. Phillips, Rodighiero and Butcher - The "Ranger Veteran's Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


32.
By Del. T. Campbell, Canterbury, Crosier and Mahan - The "Ensign Melvin G. Livesay Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/10/11


37.
By Del. R. Phillips, Butcher, Rodighiero and Stowers - The "Cpl. Druey L. Hatfield Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


38.
By Del. Smith - The "Colonel James E. Hiteshew Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


39.
By Del. Stowers, Butcher, R. Phillips and Rodighiero - The "Justin Frye Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/04/11


40.
By Del. Paxton, Anderson, Andes, Azinger, Barker, Brown, D. Campbell, Crosier, Ellem, Evans, Guthrie, Hatfield, Howell, Iaquinta, Ireland, Longstreth, Mahan, Manchin, Martin, C. Miller, O'Neal, Pasdon, D. Poling, Poore, Reynolds, Romine, Rowan, Savilla, Shaver, Skaff, Smith, Snuffer, Sobonya, Stephens, Sumner, Walker, Wells and Williams - The "Joseph Homer Lloyd Bridge" - Adopted 03/04/11


42.
By Del. Butcher, R. Phillips, Rodighiero and Stowers - The "PFC William A. Lawrence Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/04/11


45.
By Del. Ennis, M. Poling, Barill, Crosier, Rowan, D. Campbell, Lawrence, Moye, Paxton, Pethtel, Perry, Rodighiero, Shaver, Smith, Walker, Duke, Sumner, Armstead, Ellington, Gearheart, Pasdon, Savilla and Sigler (Originating in House Education) - Conducting a study on the educational and communication barriers facing children in West Virginia who are deaf or hard of hearing and their families - Adopted 03/12/11


47.
By Del. Hall, L. Phillips, Moore and White - The "James Ray Bailey Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


49.
By Del. R. Phillips, Butcher, Stowers and Rodighiero - The "Veterans Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


51.
By Del. L. Phillips, Hall, Moore, White and Kominar - The "Charlie Howard Mitchell Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


52.
By Del. M. Poling, Anderson, Andes, Barill, Barker, Border, Butcher, D. Campbell, T. Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Ennis, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hatfield, Hunt, Iaquinta, Jones, Kominar, Kump, Lawrence, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Nelson, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, L. Phillips, R. Phillips, Pino, D. Poling, Poore, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Shaver, Sigler, Skaff, Smith, Staggers, Stephens, Storch, Stowers, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Varner, Walker, White and Williams - The "James A. Wright Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


53.
By Del. T. Campbell and Canterbury - The "Keene Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


55.
By Del. Barker, Butcher, R. Phillips and Rodighiero - The "PVT. Clyde Whitman (Bobbie) Bennett and PFC Oliver Ball, Jr. Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


57.
By Del. Pethtel - The "Lance Corporal John Darrell Smith Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 02/22/11


62.
By Del. Williams and Shaver - The "Rick Howard Sanders Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/03/11


63.
By Del. Caputo, Manchin, Longstreth, Fragale, Miley, Iaquinta, Cann and Manypenny - The "Alan B. Mollohan Gateway" - Adopted 03/11/11


70.
By Del. Howell, Andes, Armstead, Azinger, Barill, Barker, Border, Butcher, D. Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Crosier, Ellem, Evans, Ferns, Frazier, Gearheart, Hall, Hamilton, Householder, Hunt, Iaquinta, Ireland, Kump, Lane, Manchin, Martin, Michael, C. Miller, Moore, O'Neal, Pasdon, Paxton, R. Phillips, Romine, Rowan, Savilla, Shaver, Sigler, Skaff, Smith, Snuffer, Sobonya, Staggers, Stephens, Storch, Stowers, Sumner and Walker - Naming the bridge on US Route 220 in the city of Keyser the "Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/11/11


74.
By Del. Evans, Anderson, Andes, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, D. Campbell, T. Campbell, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Ellem, Ellington, Ennis, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hartman, Hatfield, Howell, Ireland, Jones, Kominar, Lawrence, Longstreth, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Nelson, O'Neal, Pasdon, Paxton, Perdue, Pethtel, L. Phillips, R. Phillips, Pino, Poore, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Rowan, Shaver, Skaff, Smith, Snuffer, Sobonya, Staggers, Stephens, Stowers, Sumner, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Wells, White and Williams - The "Larkin Ours Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/11/11


75.
By Del. Perdue, Moye, Hatfield, Hartman, Guthrie, Marshall, Barill, Ferns, Shaver, Brown, Martin, Manypenny and Ellem - Urging the Governor of Florida and the Florida State Senate Legislature not to repeal Florida's prescription tracking system - Adopted 03/11/11


77.
By Del. Longstreth, Manchin and Caputo - The "SP5 Lloyd 'Buddy' Greene Jr. Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/08/11


78.
By Del. Hartman and D. Campbell - The "Sergeant Robert Dewey Thompson Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/11/11


79.
By Del. Walker - The "PFC Abraham G. Sams Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/11/11


81.
By Del. Talbott - The "Eli 'Rimfire' Hamrick Trail" - Adopted 03/12/11


86.
By Del. Martin, Paxton, Andes and Savilla - The "PFC Roger Lee Byus Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/09/11


89.
By Del. Stowers, R. Phillips, Rodighiero and Butcher - The "Ten Mile Creek Veteran's Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/11/11


90.
By Del. T. Campbell and Canterbury - The "Campbell Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/09/11


94.
By Del. Walters, Storch, Lane, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Anderson, Andes, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barill, Barker, Boggs, Border, Brown, Butcher, D. Campbell, T. Campbell, Cann, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Doyle, Duke, Ellem, Ellington, Ennis, Evans, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frazier, Gearheart, Givens, Hall, Hatfield, Householder, Howell, Hunt, Iaquinta, Ireland, Jones, Kominar, Lawrence, Longstreth, Mahan, Manchin, Manypenny, Marshall, Martin, Michael, Miley, C. Miller, J. Miller, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Nelson, O'Neal, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, L. Phillips, R. Phillips, Pino, D. Poling, M. Poling, Poore, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Romine, Rowan, Savilla, Shaver, Sigler, Skaff, Snuffer, Sobonya, Staggers, Stowers, Sumner, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Wells, White and Williams - Supporting the "Honor and Remember" Flag as an official emblem of the service and sacrifice by the brave men and women who have given their lives in the line of duty - Adopted 03/12/11


101.
By Del. T. Campbell, Mahan, Crosier and Canterbury - The "PFC Ralph Lewis Boone Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/11/11


103.
By Del. Morgan, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Reynolds, Stephens, Sobonya, C. Miller, Ennis, Varner, Ellem, Perdue, Butcher, White, Moore, Mahan, Swartzmiller, Storch, Pethtel, Paxton, Rodighiero, L. Phillips, Frazier, Givens, Ferro, D. Poling, Martin, Barker, Stowers, Hall, Moye, Canterbury, Staggers, Hunt, Skaff, Walker, D. Campbell, M. Poling, Fragale, Manchin, Marshall, Shaver, Perry, Brown, Guthrie, Boggs, Smith, Miley, Manypenny, Longstreth, Barill, Rowan, Wells, Hatfield, Poore, Talbott, Hamilton, Iaquinta, Caputo, Fleischauer, Williams and Lawrence - The "Lt. Ronnie D. Ferrell Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/08/11


113.
By Del. Rodighiero, Stowers, R. Phillips, Barker and Butcher - The "PFC Darrell Lee Cabell Memorial Highway" - Adopted 03/11/11


116.
By Del. Talbott - The "Honorary and Memorial Firefighters Bridge" - Adopted 03/12/11


117.
By Del. Brown, Guthrie, Hatfield, Hunt, Skaff, Wells and Nelson - The Larry K. Conley Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/11/11


127.
By Del. Perdue and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) - The "Staff Sergeant Chester Arthur Winchell Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 03/12/11


137.
By Del. T. Campbell and Canterbury - Requesting the Division of Highways erect signs stating "Lewisburg, Coolest Small Town U. S. A., 2011" - Adopted 03/12/11


138.
By Del. Duke, Anderson, Andes, Ashley, Azinger, Border, D. Campbell, Carmichael, Cowles, Doyle, Ellem, Ellington, Evans, Gearheart, Hall, Hamilton, Hartman, Iaquinta, Ireland, Kominar, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Mahan, Marshall, Michael, C. Miller, J. Miller, Nelson, Pasdon, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, R. Phillips, Poore, Romine, Rowan, Savilla, Shaver, Sigler, Snuffer, Staggers, Storch, Stowers, Sumner, Varner and Walters - Reaffirming the sister-state relationship between the State of West Virginia and Taiwan Province of the Republic of China - Adopted 03/08/11


139.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Del. Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Barill, Boggs, Border, Butcher, D. Campbell, Canterbury, Caputo, Carmichael, Cowles, Duke, Ennis, Evans, Frazier, Givens, Hall, Hartman, Householder, Howell, Ireland, Kominar, Kump, Lane, Lawrence, Manypenny, Martin, Miley, J. Miller, Moore, Overington, Pethtel, R. Phillips, Pino, M. Poling, Poore, Romine, Rowan, Shaver, Skaff, Staggers, Stephens, Storch, Sumner, Swartzmiller, Talbott, Varner, Walker, Walters and White - Calling for the Congress of the United States to offer and support a resolution honoring the life of Frank Woodruff Buckles, and providing that Mr. Buckles body be allowed to lie in honor in the United States Capitol rotunda - Adopted 03/08/11


149.
By Del. Manypenny, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson), Boggs, Brown, Doyle, Fleischauer, Guthrie, Hamilton, Hatfield, Lawrence, Longstreth, Mahan, Moore, Moye, M. Poling, Poore, Shaver, Smith, Staggers, Talbott, Walker and Wells - Urging the PSC act to review the condition of the Pruntytown to Mt. Storm 500kV transmission line and order the rebuilding and reconductoring of that transmission line as soon as is practical - Adopted 03/12/11


155.
By Del. Barker, Poore and Lane - Extending the Committee of Conference relating to consideration of Com. Sub. for H. B. 2464, Adding additional requirements to the Ethics Act - Adopted 03/10/11


SENATE BILLS VETOED BY GOVERNOR


*121.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rules - Passed 03/11/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/17/11 - Senate reconsidered action - 03/18/11 - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor - 03/18/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment - 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor - 03/18/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/30/11


*219.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to maintaining solvency of Unemployment Compensation Fund - Passed 03/12/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/17/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action - 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor - 03/18/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment - 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor - 03/18/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*238.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Redesignating Division of Veterans' Affairs as Department of Veterans' Assistance - Passed 03/12/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/17/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action - 03/18/11 - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor - 03/18/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment - 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor - 03/18/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/29/11


*263.
By Sen. Beach and Klempa - Relating to special plates for testing of vehicles operated by certain nonprofit corporations - Passed 03/09/11 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/17/11 - Senate reconsidered action - 03/18/11 - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor - 03/18/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment - 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor - 03/18/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*295.
By Sen. Minard, Snyder, Prezioso, Unger, Boley and K. Facemyer - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rules - Passed 03/10/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/16/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/17/11 - Senate reconsidered action - 03/18/11 - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor - 03/18/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment - 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor - 03/18/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


428.
By Sen. Kessler (Acting President) and Miller - Increasing and reallocating certain circuit court fees - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/17/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action - 03/18/11 - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor - 03/18/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment - 03/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor - 03/18/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*458.
By Sen. Laird, Fanning, D. Facemire, Williams, McCabe and Plymale - Updating Logging Sediment Control Act - Passed 03/03/11 - To Governor 3/8/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/8/11 - Senate reconsidered action - 03/09/11 - Senate amended, repassed to meet objections of Governor - 03/09/11 - House concurred in Senate amendment - 03/12/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor - 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


608.
By Sen. Beach, Klempa, Plymale, Tucker and Williams (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Increasing fees for services and documents issued by DMV - Passed 03/12/11 - To Governor 3/17/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/23/11


HOUSE BILLS VETOED BY GOVERNOR


2345.
By Del. Manchin, Longstreth and Poling, D. - Changing the membership of the PEIA Financial Board - Passed 3/11/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/24/11


*2438.
By Del. Miley, Hunt, Brown, Frazier, Barker, Moore, Hamilton and Ellem - Bringing older contradicting language still remaining in the code into conformity with §3-2-5(b)(3) and reestablishing a definition for "independent voter" - Passed 3/9/2011 - To Governor 3/16/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/21/11


*2464.
By Del. Miley, Boggs, Fragale, M. Poling, Morgan, Hunt, Fleischauer, Moore, Ellem, Hamilton and Lane - Adding additional requirements to the Ethics Act - Passed 3/12/2011; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 03/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action 03/18/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 03/18/11; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/28/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2525.
By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Martin, Hatfield, Staggers, Swartzmiller and C. Miller - Relating to the practice of social work - Passed 3/8/2011; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Title amended 03/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action 03/18/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*2542.
By Del. Brown - Clarifying requirements and procedures for access to cemeteries and grave sites located on private land - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 03/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action 03/18/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 3/31/11


*2639.
By Del. Brown, D. Poling, Fleischauer, Talbott, Overington and Sobonya - Authorizing miscellaneous boards and agencies to promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/12/2011; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - Repassed House to meet the objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Title amended 03/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action 03/18/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effective ninety days from passage 03/18/11; Effect from passage - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/4/11


*2663.
By Del. Moye, T. Campbell, Manchin, Shaver, Stephens, Barker, Poling, M. and Doyle - Relating to public service commissioners presiding at hearings - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 03/18/11 - Title amended 03/18/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 03/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action 03/18/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - Effective July 1, 2011 03/18/11; Effective July 1, 2011 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*2955.
By Del. Caputo and Barker - Authorizing the Division of Mining and Reclamation to assess certain fees to coal mine operators - Passed 3/12/2011 - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 03/18/11 - Title amended 03/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action 03/18/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11 - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


*3196.
By Del. D. Campbell, Williams and Shaver - Establishing a program and procedure for certifying medications assistive persons in the health industry - Passed 3/11/2011 - Effective ninety days from passage - To Governor 3/18/11 - Vetoed by Governor 3/18/11 - House amd. & repassed to meet the obj. of the Governor 03/18/11 - Senate reconsidered action 03/18/11 - Senate concurred in House amendment 03/18/11 - Passed Senate as result of objections of the Governor 03/18/11; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/31/11 - Approved by Governor 4/5/11


SENATE BILLS IN CONFERENCE


*242.
By Sen. Stollings, Foster, McCabe, Kessler (Acting President), Miller, Laird, Fanning and Klempa - Dedicating portion of coal severance tax to county of origin - To conference 03/12/11. House conferees: Kominar, Varner, Evans; Senate conferees: Stollings, Miller, Hall


331.
By Sen. Prezioso, D. Facemire, McCabe, Plymale and Klempa - Correcting invalid code reference in definition of "eligible taxpayer" - To conference 03/12/11. House conferees: Manchin, Reynolds, Canterbury; Senate conferees: D. Facemire, Yost, Sypolt


HOUSE BILLS IN CONFERENCE


*2757.
By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Providing for evaluation of professional personnel in the public schools - To conference 03/12/11. House conferees: Perry, Shaver, Duke; Senate conferees: Browning, Tucker, Boley


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