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Senate Abstract


HISTORY OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

CONSIDERED BY SENATE

Includes actions as of March 7, 2014


(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. Stollings, Jenkins, Miller, Laird and Plymale - Modifying controlled substances schedules and prescriptive authority - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - To Judiciary 1/29/14

 

           2.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Jenkins, Miller, Laird and Yost - Providing tax incentive to dental practitioners performing services to indigents (original similar to H. B. No. 2276) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

           3.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cookman, Blair, Fitzsimmons, D. Hall, Nohe, Wells, Miller, McCabe, Tucker and M. Hall - Creating Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death Act (original same as H. B. No. 4011 - similar to H. B. No. 2488) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 1/22/14 - To House 1/23/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/7/14

 

           4.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cookman, Blair, Fitzsimmons, D. Hall, Nohe, Wells and McCabe - Creating Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (original same as H. B. No. 4012) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

           5.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cookman, Blair, Fitzsimmons, D. Hall, Nohe, Wells and McCabe - Creating Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act (original same as H. B. No. 2971 and H. B. No. 4010) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

         *6.        By Sen. Tucker, Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings, Laird and Plymale - Regulating sale of drug products used in manufacture of methamphetamine - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/5/14 - To Judiciary 2/5/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/13/14 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate with amended title 2/18/14 - To House 2/19/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Read 2nd time 3/7/14

 

           7.         By Sen. Snyder, Laird and Miller - Relating to composition of Joint Committee on Government and Finance - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Rules

 

           8.         By Sen. Snyder, Blair, Unger and Cookman - Prohibiting zone pricing of gasoline - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

           9.         By Sen. Palumbo, Jenkins, Miller, Cookman, Laird and Fitzsimmons - Creating Sexual Assault Forensic Examination Commission (original similar to H. B. No. 4236) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         10.         By Sen. Stollings, Miller and Laird - Requiring Medicaid dental coverage for certain mothers of newborns - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

         11.         By Sen. Stollings - Relating to cellular telephone communications and wiretapping evidentiary provisions in family court proceedings - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       *12.        By Sen. Stollings - Relating to expedited partner therapy treatment - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/17/14 - To Judiciary 1/17/14 - Passed Senate 1/28/14 - To House 1/29/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Laid over until 3/5 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/8/14

 

         13.         By Sen. Stollings - Modifying Courthouse Facilities Improvement Authority funding assistance - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         14.         By Sen. Stollings and Laird - Establishing child support insurance match program - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

       *15.        By Sen. Stollings - Removing certain billing limitations for HIV or STD testing by public health agencies - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/31/14 - To Judiciary 1/31/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/13/14 - Passed Senate 2/18/14 - To House 2/19/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/28/14

 

         16.         By Sen. Stollings and Miller - Requiring health insurance coverage of hearing aids for certain individuals - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

 

         17.         By Sen. Stollings, Jenkins, Miller, Cookman, Laird and Fitzsimmons - Allowing possession of opioid antagonist by certain public safety personnel (original same as H. B. No. 4161 and S. B. No. 336) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

         18.         By Sen. Fitzsimmons, Cookman and Yost - Redefining and renaming "obscene matter" - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

         19.         By Sen. Fitzsimmons and Yost - Increasing compensation caps for certain family court staff (original similar to H. B. No. 3096 and H. B. No. 4430) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         20.         By Sen. D. Hall - Revising laws relating to regulation of fireworks - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         21.         By Sen. D. Hall, Cann and Beach - Reducing student-to-teacher ratio in public schools and increasing certain aides' pay (original similar to H. B. No. 2221 and H. B. No. 4142) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance

 

         22.         By Sen. Green - Relating to State Auditor's compliance regarding limitation of PERS post-retirement earnings - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Pensions then Finance

 

         23.         By Sen. Green and Miller - Relating to fetal death reporting - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

         24.         By Sen. Green, Jenkins, Miller and McCabe - Relating to liability immunity for ski patrol rendering certain emergency care - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

         25.         By Sen. Green, Jenkins, D. Hall, Miller and Tucker - Requiring Senate advise and consent for State Superintendent of Schools appointment - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Judiciary

 

         26.         By Sen. Green, D. Hall, Jenkins, Miller and Tucker - Creating emergency generator tax credit - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance - To Economic Development 1/15/14

 

         27.         By Sen. Green - Relating to minors obtaining tattoos - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         28.         By Sen. Green and McCabe - Prohibiting certain campaign contributions by lobbyists during legislative session (original similar to H. B. No. 4388) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       *29.        By Sen. Green - Clarifying requirements for certain motor vehicle searches - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/17/14 - Passed Senate 1/22/14 - Effective from passage - To House 1/23/14 - To Judiciary

 

       *30.        By Sen. Snyder - Exempting autocycles from license examination and safety equipment requirements - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - To Judiciary 2/12/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary

 

         31.         By Sen. Green and D. Hall - Relating to appointment and removal of State Fire Marshal - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       *32.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Legislative Auditor to collect sunrise application review fees - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/30/14 - Passed Senate 2/4/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/5/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

         33.         By Sen. Snyder, D. Hall, Cann, Williams and M. Hall - Increasing salaries of State Police forensic lab and civilian employees (original similar to H. B. No. 2095 and S. B. No. 63) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

         34.         By Sen. Snyder and Cookman - Redistributing proceeds from excise tax on transfer of real property to counties for benefit of regional jails (original similar to H. B. No. 2308) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

         35.         By Sen. Williams, Miller, Plymale and Beach - Requiring filing fee for write-in candidates for public office - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         36.         By Sen. Williams, Miller, Cann, Cookman, Tucker and Fitzsimmons - Relating to posting of property to prohibit hunting or trespassing (original similar to H. B. No. 4330) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

         37.         By Sen. Williams, Miller, Cann, Carmichael and Tucker - Creating personal income tax checkoff for Jackson's Mill 4-H Camp - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Finance - To Finance 2/4/14

 

         38.         By Sen. Williams, D. Hall, Miller, Beach, Tucker and Fitzsimmons - Reallocating certain oil and gas severance tax proceeds to counties of origin (original similar to H. B. No. 2795) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

         39.         By Sen. Williams and Cookman - Adding additional family court judge (original similar to H. B. No. 2100) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         40.         By Sen. Tucker - Providing judges appoint public defender attorneys for eligible clients - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

         41.         By Sen. Tucker - Providing resident tuition rates for children of WV institution graduates - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance

 

         42.         By Sen. Tucker, Jenkins and Laird - Providing for construction of Lou Tabit Freeway - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

         43.         By Sen. Tucker, D. Hall, Cookman and Beach - Creating crossbow hunting license (original similar to H. B. No. 4145) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Finance

 

         44.         By Sen. Tucker and Beach - Expanding hotel occupancy tax to include commercial campsites - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

         45.         By Sen. Tucker and Fitzsimmons - Specifying certain residency requirements for majority of state-chartered banking institution directors - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

       *46.        By Sen. Tucker - Creating informal dispute resolution process to certain behavioral health providers - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/4/14 - To Finance 2/4/14

 

         47.         By Sen. Tucker - Increasing minimum proof of financial responsibility in motor vehicle insurance coverage (original similar to H. B. No. 2823) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

         48.         By Sen. Tucker, Beach and Williams - Authorizing rural resort community as limited gaming facility - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         49.         By Sen. Tucker - Relating to review of adverse determinations by insurance companies - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

         50.         By Sen. Tucker and M. Hall - Relating to organization of Physicians' Mutual Insurance Company - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

         51.         By Sen. Walters - Requiring water-free urinals in public rest areas, institutions and schools - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

         52.         By Sen. Walters - Creating pilot program incorporating Khan method of teaching mathematics - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance

 

         53.         By Sen. Walters and Jenkins - Authorizing state, county and local road construction improvements by private investors - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

         54.         By Sen. Walters and Miller - Improving state emergency preparedness (original similar to H. B. No. 4126) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         55.         By Sen. Walters - Creating licensed school psychologist-pupil ratio - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance

 

         56.         By Sen. Walters - Creating pilot program for TANF recipients of academically achieving children - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

         57.         By Sen. Cookman, Miller, Laird, Plymale and Fitzsimmons - Implementing Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths outcome evaluation system - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

       *58.        By Sen. Cookman, Miller, Plymale and Fitzsimmons - Relating to basis for voidable marriages and annulments - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/21/14 - Passed Senate 1/24/14 - To House 1/27/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 2/28/14 - Title amended - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/4/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/14

 

         59.         By Sen. Cookman - Relating to claims against counties, school districts or municipalities - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/23/14

 

         60.         By Sen. Cookman - Providing only notice of county board of education financial statement availability be published - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance

 

         61.         By Sen. Cookman and Fitzsimmons - Increasing legal education credits required of court-appointed attorneys in juvenile cases - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       *62.        By Sen. Cookman, Laird and Plymale - Relating to referral of drug court participants having co-occurring addiction and mental health issues - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/7/14 - To Finance 2/7/14

 

         63.         By Sen. Facemire, D. Hall, Unger, Cann and Williams - Increasing salaries of State Police forensic lab and civilian employees (original similar to H. B. No. 2095, H. B. No. 4408, S. B. No. 33 and S. B. No. 486) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

         64.         By Sen. Facemire and Beach - Providing automatic revocation of will upon legal separation (original similar to H. B. No. 2424) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

         65.         By Sen. Facemire - Prohibiting consideration of certain income-producing asset for purposes of spousal support - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

         66.         By Sen. Facemire - Terminating state's jurisdiction over certain reclaimed sites of bond-forfeited surface mining operations (original similar to H. B. No. 2826 and H. B. No. 4408) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Judiciary - To Energy, Industry and Mining 1/15/14

 

         67.         By Sen. Facemire - Authorizing use of excess campaign contributions for repayment of previous campaign loans or debts - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

         68.         By Sen. Facemire - Limiting liability of participants in certain water pollution abatement projects - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Judiciary - To Energy, Industry and Mining 1/15/14

 

         69.         By Sen. Facemire - Clarifying period for determining property assessments for local share calculation - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         70.         By Sen. Facemire - Conforming code to federal requirements for certain registered voters in presidential elections - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

         71.         By Sen. Sypolt, Jenkins, McCabe, Carmichael, Cole and Nohe - Limiting landowner's civil liability for injuries occurring while hunting - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

         72.         By Sen. Sypolt, D. Hall, Jenkins and Carmichael - Creating Intrastate Coal and Use Act (original similar to H. B. No. 2535) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Judiciary - To Energy, Industry and Mining 1/15/14

 

         73.         By Sen. Sypolt, Jenkins and Nohe - Exempting veterinary medications from sales tax - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Finance

 

         74.         By Sen. Sypolt - Redefining "low income" for senior citizens' homestead tax credit - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         75.         By Sen. Sypolt - Requiring equal membership from magisterial districts on county planning commission - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

         76.         By Sen. Sypolt, D. Hall, Jenkins and Williams - Creating Firearms Freedom Act - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

         77.         By Sen. Sypolt - Permitting escrow deposit by bond for mechanics' lien - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

         78.         By Sen. Sypolt - Designating English as official state language (original same as H. B. No. 2106) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

         79.         By Sen. Sypolt and Williams - Changing number and method of jury strikes in felony cases (original similar to H. B. No. 2892) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

         80.         By Sen. Sypolt, D. Hall, Williams and M. Hall - Permitting concealed weapons licensees to carry weapon on Capitol Complex with certain exception (original similar to H. B. No. 2135 and H. B. No. 2459) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

         81.         By Sen. Sypolt and Williams - Excluding veterans' disability income in determining spousal support and marital property division - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Military then Judiciary

 

         82.         By Sen. Sypolt and M. Hall - Exempting homeowners' association dues, fees and assessments from consumers sales and service tax - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

         83.         By Sen. Laird and Unger - Providing personal income tax deduction for spaying or neutering pets (original same as H. B. No. 4356) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Finance - To Finance 2/11/14

 

         84.         By Sen. Laird - Relating to process of selecting state agency hearing examiners - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

         85.         By Sen. Laird, Stollings, Miller, Cann, Plymale and Tucker - Establishing driver's license restoration program (original similar to S. B. No. 89) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

         86.         By Sen. Laird, Stollings, Miller, Cookman, Beach and Fitzsimmons - Expanding grandparents' rights (original similar to H. B. No. 4519) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

         87.         By Sen. Laird, D. Hall, Unger, Miller and Plymale - Providing salary increase for natural resources police officers - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Finance

 

         88.         By Sen. Laird and Plymale - Relating to claims for total loss and debris removal proceeds under farmers' mutual fire insurance companies - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/7/14 - Passed Senate 2/17/14 - To House 2/18/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

         89.         By Sen. Laird, Stollings and Miller - Creating amnesty program for certain drivers with suspended licenses (original similar to S. B. No. 85) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

       *90.        By Sen. Laird, Cookman and Fitzsimmons - Creating criminal offense for interfering or preventing call for assistance of emergency service personnel - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/6/14 - Passed Senate 2/11/14 - To House 2/12/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/4/14 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/5/14

 

         91.         By Sen. Yost and Fitzsimmons - Requiring state uniforms be manufactured in US - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Labor then Finance

 

         92.         By Sen. Barnes, Miller, Walters and Nohe - Establishing Animal Abuse Registry (original same as H. B. No. 4300) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Judiciary

 

         93.         By Sen. Barnes - Amending public school support computation of local share (original similar to H. B. No. 4002 and S. B. No. 432) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance

 

         94.         By Sen. Barnes - Requiring county commission be notified prior to employee discharge (original similar to S. B. No. 205) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Labor then Government Organization

 

       *95.        By Sen. Miller and Beach - Creating felony offense for DUI causing serious bodily injury (original similar to H. B. No. 3074 and S. B. No. 281) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - To Judiciary 2/12/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary

 

         96.         By Sen. Miller, Unger, Laird, Plymale and Williams - Creating Creative Communities Development Act - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance - To Economic Development 1/15/14 - To Finance 2/13/14

 

         97.         By Sen. Miller and Laird - Relating to funding of civil legal services to low-income persons (original similar to H. B. No. 2155) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

         98.         By Sen. Miller and Cann - Relating to student-school nurse staffing ratio - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance

 

         99.         By Sen. Miller, Cookman and Fitzsimmons - Relating to compensation and expenses for attorneys appointed in child abuse and neglect proceedings - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       100.         By Sen. Miller and Beach - Authorizing operation of low-speed vehicles on certain municipal roads - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization - To Government Organization 2/5/14 - Passed Senate 2/18/14 - To House 2/19/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/28/14

 

       101.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Chiropractic Examiners promulgate legislative rule relating to regulation of chiropractic practice - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/16/14

 

       102.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Chiropractic Examiners promulgate legislative rule relating to fees pertaining to practice of chiropractic - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/16/14

 

       103.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Dental Examiners promulgate legislative rule relating to board - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       104.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Dental Examiners promulgate legislative rule relating to formation and approval of professional limited liability companies - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       105.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Dental Examiners promulgate legislative rule relating to fees established by board - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       106.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Dental Examiners promulgate legislative rule relating to formation and approval of dental corporations; dental practice ownership - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       107.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Dental Examiners promulgate legislative rule relating to dental advertising - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       108.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Dental Examiners promulgate legislative rule relating to practitioner requirements for accessing Controlled Substances Monitoring Program database - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       109.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Dental Examiners promulgate legislative rule relating to continuing education requirements - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       110.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Dental Examiners promulgate legislative rule relating to administration of anesthesia by dentists - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       111.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Dental Examiners promulgate legislative rule relating to expanded duties of dental hygienists and dental assistants - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       112.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Dental Examiners promulgate legislative rule relating to mobile dental facilities and portable dental units - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       113.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Examiners for Licensed Practical Nurses promulgate legislative rule relating to policies regulating licensure of licensed practical nurse - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       114.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Examiners for Licensed Practical Nurses promulgate legislative rule relating to fees for services rendered by board and supplemental renewal fee for Center for Nursing - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       115.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Examiners for Licensed Practical Nurses promulgate legislative rule relating to continuing competence - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       116.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Pharmacy promulgate legislative rule relating to continuing education for licensure of pharmacists - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/16/14

 

       117.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Pharmacy promulgate legislative rule relating to controlled substances monitoring - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 1/15/14 - To Judiciary 1/22/14

 

       118.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Sanitarians promulgate legislative rule relating to practice of public health sanitation - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/17/14

 

       119.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Professional Surveyors promulgate legislative rule relating to examination and licensing of professional surveyors - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       120.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Veterinary Medicine promulgate legislative rule relating to registration of veterinary technicians - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       121.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Veterinary Medicine promulgate legislative rule relating to certified animal euthanasia technicians - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       122.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Veterinary Medicine promulgate legislative rule relating to schedule of fees - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       123.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology promulgate legislative rule relating to licensure of speech-language pathology and audiology - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       124.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology promulgate legislative rule relating to speech-language pathology and audiology assistants - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       125.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology promulgate legislative rule relating to disciplinary and complaint procedures for speech-language pathology and audiology - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       126.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology promulgate legislative rule relating to code of ethics - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       127.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Division of Labor promulgate legislative rule relating to Wage Payment and Collection Act - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Labor then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       128.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Division of Labor promulgate legislative rule relating to employer wage bonds - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Labor then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       129.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to ambient air quality standards - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/21/14

 

       130.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to permits for construction and major modification of major stationary sources for prevention of significant deterioration of air quality - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/21/14

 

       131.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to standards of performance for new stationary sources - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/21/14

 

       132.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to control of air pollution from combustion of solid waste - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/21/14

 

     *133.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/21/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/7/14 - Passed Senate with amended title 2/12/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/13/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

       134.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to control of air pollution from hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facilities - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/21/14

 

       135.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to emission standards for hazardous air pollutants - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/21/14

 

       136.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to requirements governing water quality standards - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/23/14

 

       137.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to state certification of activities requiring federal licenses and permits - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/4/14

 

       138.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training promulgate legislative rule relating to assessing health and safety violation penalties - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/21/14

 

       139.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training promulgate legislative rule relating to program for sharing of information between employees - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Labor then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/5/14

 

     *140.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Department of Commerce promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Labor then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/5/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       141.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DNR promulgate legislative rule relating to special motorboating - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/16/14

 

       142.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DNR promulgate legislative rule relating to electronic registration of wildlife - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/16/14

 

       143.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rule relating to voluntary remediation and redevelopment - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Economic Development then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/23/14

 

       144.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Commissioner of Agriculture promulgate legislative rule relating to commercial feed - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Judiciary

 

       145.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Commissioner of Agriculture promulgate legislative rule relating to schedule of charges for inspection services: fruit - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/21/14

 

       146.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Commissioner of Agriculture promulgate legislative rule relating to auctioneers - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/21/14

 

       147.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Commissioner of Agriculture promulgate legislative rule relating to inspection of meat and poultry - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/29/14

 

       148.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to clinical laboratory technician and technologist licensure and certification - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/15/14 - To Judiciary 1/23/14

 

       149.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to medication administration by unlicensed personnel - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/17/14

 

       150.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to AIDS-related medical testing and confidentiality - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/15/14 - To Judiciary 1/23/14

 

       151.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to Cancer Registry - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/15/14 - To Judiciary 1/23/14

 

       152.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rule relating to Medical Examiner's rule for post-mortem inquiries - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/17/14

 

       153.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Health Care Authority promulgate legislative rule relating to Health Information Network - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/17/14

 

       154.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Bureau of Senior Services promulgate legislative rule relating to In-Home Care Worker Registry - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/15/14 - To Judiciary 1/23/14

 

     *155.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 1/15/14 - To Judiciary 1/22/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/13/14 - Passed Senate 2/18/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/19/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

       156.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Fire Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to State Fire Code - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/22/14

 

       157.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Fire Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to certification of home inspectors - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/24/14

 

       158.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority promulgate legislative rule relating to determination of projected cost per day for inmates - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/23/14

 

       159.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Bureau for Child Support Enforcement promulgate legislative rule relating to bureau - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       160.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Bureau for Child Support Enforcement promulgate legislative rule relating to obtaining support from federal and state tax refunds - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       161.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Bureau for Child Support Enforcement promulgate legislative rule relating to interstate income withholding - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       162.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Bureau for Child Support Enforcement promulgate legislative rule relating to support enforcement activities undertaken by bureau - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       163.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Bureau for Child Support Enforcement promulgate legislative rule relating to distribution of support payments - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       164.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing State Fire Marshal promulgate legislative rule relating to certification of electrical inspectors - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/24/14

 

     *165.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Department of Transportation promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/30/14 - Passed Senate 2/4/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/5/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

       166.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Tax Department promulgate legislative rule relating to municipal sales and service and use tax administration - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/28/14

 

     *167.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Department of Revenue promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/28/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/14/14 - Passed Senate 2/19/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/20/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14

 

       168.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Tax Department promulgate legislative rule relating to withholding or denial of personal income tax refunds from taxpayers who owe municipal or magistrate court costs - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       169.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Treasurer's Office promulgate legislative rule relating to procedure for deposit of funds in Treasurer's Office by state agencies - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       170.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Treasurer's Office promulgate legislative rule relating to procedure for deposit of moneys with office by state agencies - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       171.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Treasurer's Office promulgate legislative rule relating to selection of state depositories for disbursement accounts through competitive bidding - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       172.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Treasurer's Office promulgate legislative rule relating to selection of state depositories for receipt accounts - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       173.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Treasurer's Office promulgate legislative rule relating to reporting of debt capacity - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       174.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Treasurer's Office promulgate legislative rule relating to reporting debt - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       175.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Treasurer's Office promulgate legislative rule relating to procedures for fees in collections by charge, credit or debit card or by electronic payment - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       176.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Treasurer's Office promulgate legislative rule relating to providing services to political subdivisions - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       177.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to utilization review and benefit determination - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/28/14

 

       178.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to health plan insurer internal grievance procedure - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/28/14

 

       179.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Insurance Commissioner promulgate legislative rule relating to external review of adverse health insurance determinations - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/28/14

 

       180.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Election Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to Supreme Court of Appeals Public Campaign Financing Pilot Program - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *181.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Department of Administration promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/16/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

       182.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Governor's Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction promulgate legislative rule relating to law-enforcement training and certification standards - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/16/14

 

       183.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Commissioner of Highways promulgate legislative rule relating to transportation of hazardous wastes upon roads and highways - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/15/14

 

       184.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Consolidated Public Retirement Board promulgate legislative rule relating to Public Employees Retirement System - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Pensions then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/20/14 - To Judiciary 2/4/14

 

       185.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Infrastructure and Jobs Development Council promulgate legislative rule relating to council - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/16/14

 

       186.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Real Estate Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to requirements in licensing real estate brokers, associate brokers and salespersons and the conduct of brokerage business - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/16/14

 

       187.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Real Estate Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to schedule of fees - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/6/14

 

       188.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Alcohol Beverage Control Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to private club licensing - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/6/14

 

       189.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Alcohol Beverage Control Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to farm wineries - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/21/14

 

       190.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Alcohol Beverage Control Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to sale of wine - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/21/14

 

       191.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Alcohol Beverage Control Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to nonintoxicating beer licensing and operations procedures - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/6/14

 

       192.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Racing Commission promulgate legislative rule relating to thoroughbred racing - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       193.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Real Estate Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board promulgate legislative rule relating to requirements for licensure and certification - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/16/14

 

       194.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Real Estate Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board promulgate legislative rule relating to renewal of licensure or certification - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/16/14

 

       195.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Massage Therapy Licensure Board promulgate legislative rule relating to schedule of fees - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/16/14

 

     *196.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Division of Rehabilitation Services promulgate legislative rule relating to Ron Yost Personal Assistance Services Act Board - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/17/14 - Com. sub. reported 1/23/14 - Passed Senate 1/28/14 - Effective from passage - To House 1/29/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

       197.         By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Municipal Pensions Oversight Board promulgate legislative rule relating to policemen's and firemen's pensions disability calculation - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Pensions then Finance then Judiciary - To Finance 1/20/14 - To Judiciary 2/4/14

 

       198.         By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Jenkins, Cann, Cookman, Fitzsimmons and Nohe - Protecting confidentiality of applications, permits and renewal application for deadly weapons permits (original similar to H. B. No. 4310) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       199.         By Sen. Unger and Cann - Allowing private property owner prohibit carrying firearms or deadly weapons on property - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       200.         By Sen. Kirkendoll and Cookman - Authorizing circuit and magistrate courts collect bail bond surcharges to offset regional jail costs (original similar to H. B. No. 3070) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       201.         By Sen. Unger, Jenkins, Cann, Plymale and Williams - Requiring minimum number of state troopers; providing certain salary increases (original similar to H. B. No. 2075, H. B. No. 2147, H. B. No. 2232 and S. B. No. 392) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       202.         By Sen. Unger - Creating Benefit Corporation Act - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective July 1, 2014

 

       203.         By Sen. Unger, Cann, Yost and Williams - Requiring State Police be compensated when on standby; housing stipend (original similar to H. B. No. 2133 and H. B. No. 2226) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

     *204.        By Sen. Unger and Kessler (Mr. President) - Relating to crime victims compensation awards - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/20/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/26/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/27/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       205.         By Sen. Kirkendoll - Granting county commissions advice and consent authority in discharge of county employees - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       206.         By Sen. Plymale - Redistributing certain net terminal income from racetrack video lottery - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       207.         By Sen. Plymale and Laird - Transferring Division of Early Care and Education and Head Start State Collaborative to Department of Education and Arts - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Government Organization

 

       208.         By Sen. Plymale - Relating to Rural Health Initiative Act (original similar to H. B. No. 4532) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate with amended title 1/28/14 - To House 1/29/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To House Education - To House Finance 3/4/14

 

       209.         By Sen. Beach, Miller, Cookman, Walters and Fitzsimmons - Allowing special needs students to participate in graduation ceremonies - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education - Passed Senate 1/28/14 - Effective from passage - To House 1/29/14 - To Education - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/5/14 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/6/14 - Effective from passage

 

       210.         By Sen. Beach - Increasing membership of Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization

 

       211.         By Sen. Beach - Relating to alternative nicotine products (original similar to H. B. No. 4138 and H. B. No. 4237) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

       212.         By Sen. Beach, Fitzsimmons and Williams - Expanding prescriptive authority of advanced nurse practitioners and certified nurse-midwives (original similar to H. B. No. 4342) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

 

       213.         By Sen. Miller and Laird - Relating to residential solar energy tax credit (original similar to H. B. No. 2875) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Economic Development then Finance

 

       214.         By Sen. Miller - Creating Citizens Elected County Officials Compensation Commission - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/18/14

 

       215.         By Sen. M. Hall, Carmichael and Cole - Creating Intermediate Court of Appeals - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       216.         By Sen. Nohe - Providing exemption allowing removal or burning of certain litter by county and municipal governments - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

       217.         By Sen. Blair, Jenkins, Carmichael and Nohe - Prohibiting public officials and employees from using public funds for self promotion - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       218.         By Sen. Blair - Requiring bartenders have alcohol server permits - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       219.         By Sen. Barnes - Establishing public competitive learning academies - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance

 

       220.         By Sen. Barnes and D. Hall - Allowing local option election permitting Sunday hunting on private property - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

       221.         By Sen. Barnes, D. Hall, Jenkins, Nohe and M. Hall - Absolving landowner from civil liability for hunting injuries - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

       222.         By Sen. Barnes, Jenkins and M. Hall - Exempting certain motor vehicles from personal property tax; requiring antique licenses - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       223.         By Sen. Barnes and M. Hall - Requiring all available fetal medical care following abortion (original similar to H. B. No. 2083) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

       224.         By Sen. Kirkendoll - Relating to service credit transfers from PERS to EMS Retirement System - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Pensions then Finance

 

       225.         By Sen. Kirkendoll - Relating to certain civil action filing fees - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       226.         By Sen. Kirkendoll and D. Hall - Providing elected county officials receive raise based on Consumer Price Index (original similar to H. B. No. 2887) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       227.         By Sen. Jenkins - Creating Higher Education Community School Law - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance

 

       228.         By Sen. Jenkins and M. Hall - Exempting all military retirement income from state income tax (original same as H. B. No. 4545 - similar to S. B. No. 236 and S. B. No. 237) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Military then Finance

 

       229.         By Sen. Jenkins - Providing tax credit for fees paid for recycling residential household waste - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Finance

 

       230.         By Sen. Jenkins - Permitting Boards of Medicine, Dentistry and Osteopathy initiate disciplinary proceedings in certain circumstances - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       231.         By Sen. Jenkins - Mandating additional punishment for using minor in commission of crime - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Select Committee on Children and Poverty then Judiciary

 

       232.         By Sen. Jenkins, Carmichael and Cole - Providing for nonpartisan election of Supreme Court justices (original similar to H. B. No. 2027, H. B. No. 2479 and H. B. No. 3012) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       233.         By Sen. Jenkins and Plymale - Extending civil liability immunity to operators of parks and recreation districts - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

       234.         By Sen. Jenkins and Miller - Requiring court conduct hearing at sentencing to determine defendant's ability to pay incarceration costs - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       235.         By Sen. Jenkins - Expending counties covered by Rt. 2 and I-68 Authority - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization

 

       236.         By Sen. Yost, D. Hall, Cann and Nohe - Exempting all military, National Guard and reserve income from state income taxes (original similar to H. B. No. 4545, S. B. No. 228 and S. B. No. 237) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Military then Finance

 

       237.         By Sen. Yost, Jenkins, D. Hall, Cann and Nohe - Increasing personal income tax exemption on military, National Guard and reserve retirement income (original similar to H. B. No. 4545, S. B. No. 228 and S. B. No. 236) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Military then Finance

 

       238.         By Sen. Yost - Lowering threshold requiring low-bid government construction contractors submit subcontractor list - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Labor then Government Organization

 

       239.         By Sen. Yost - Requiring workers painting state bridges complete SSPC Coating Application Specialist Program (original similar to H. B. No. 3093) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Labor then Government Organization

 

       240.         By Sen. Yost - Relating to meeting and conference rights for members of municipal police or fire departments (original similar to H. B. No. 2001 and H. B. No. 2380) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Labor then Judiciary

 

       241.         By Sen. Yost - Creating Keep Jobs in West Virginia Act - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Labor then Government Organization

 

       242.         By Sen. Yost - Creating State Labor Relations Act - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Labor then Government Organization

 

       243.         By Sen. Yost - Relating to Class C courtesy statewide hunting and fishing licenses for certain military personnel (original similar to H. B. No. 2094 and S. B. No. 245) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Finance

 

       244.         By Sen. Yost, Cookman and Fitzsimmons - Facilitating compilation and availability of birth parents' social and medical histories prior to adoption - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       245.         By Sen. Yost, Cookman and Fitzsimmons - Relating to Class C courtesy statewide hunting and fishing licenses for certain military personnel (original same as H. B. No. 2094 - similar to S. B. No. 243) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Finance

 

       246.         By Sen. Yost - Allowing real property co-owner become sole owner under certain circumstances - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       247.         By Sen. Yost - Removing statutory salary provision of Executive Director of Women's Commission (original similar to H. B. No. 2394) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       248.         By Sen. Yost - Creating Equal Pay Coordinator within Division of Personnel - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       249.         By Sen. Yost, Miller, Cann and Fitzsimmons - Providing state park campground discounts for National Guard and reserve - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Finance

 

       250.         By Sen. Palumbo and Jenkins - Adopting several liability in tortious conduct actions - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       251.         By Sen. Palumbo, Cann and Cookman - Implementing terms of Uniform Arbitration Act - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/21/14 - Passed Senate 1/28/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 1/29/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *252.        By Sen. Palumbo and Nohe - Allowing certain expelled students to return to school through Juvenile Drug Court - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/5/14 - To Judiciary 2/5/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Title amended

 

     *253.        By Sen. Palumbo and Laird - Clarifying code for Community-Based Pilot Demonstration Project to Improve Outcomes for At-Risk Youth - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Select Committee on Children and Poverty then Education - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - On 2nd reading to Education 2/19/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Education - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *254.        By Sen. Unger - Regulating equine boarding facilities - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/4/14 - To Judiciary 2/4/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

     *255.        By Sen. Plymale and Tucker - Increasing fire and casualty insurance policies surcharge to benefit fire departments (original similar to H. B. No. 4559) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - To Finance 2/18/14

 

       256.         By Sen. Tucker - Providing expiration date on lien instrument securing obligation payable on demand - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       257.         By Sen. Palumbo and Cann - Relating to real property possessor's liability for harm to trespassers - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/4/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/5/14 - To Judiciary

 

       258.         By Sen. Palumbo, Jenkins, Beach, Cookman, Tucker and Fitzsimmons - Prohibiting juveniles from manufacturing, possessing and distributing nude images of minors - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       259.         By Sen. Chafin - Imposing telecommunications business tax benefitting outdoor activity promotion and maintenance - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance - To Economic Development 1/15/14

 

     *260.        By Sen. Chafin - Relating to residential community waivers for salvage yard establishments - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - To Judiciary 2/19/14

 

       261.         By Sen. Chafin, Jenkins, D. Hall, Cole and M. Hall - Transferring portion of Parkways Authority revenues to Turnpike counties (original same as S. B. No. 311) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       262.         By Sen. Cookman, Miller and Fitzsimmons - Prohibiting certain purchases by SNAP recipients (original similar to H. B. No. 2599) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

       263.         By Sen. Chafin - Clarifying continuous inactivity of demand, savings or time deposits under Uniform Unclaimed Property Act - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Government Organization - To Government Organization 2/11/14

 

       264.         By Sen. Chafin and Jenkins - Authorizing issuance of ten-year Bronze Star Medal license plates - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       265.         By Sen. Jenkins and Plymale - Creating misdemeanor offense of possession of burglar's tools - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       266.         By Sen. Jenkins and Plymale - Criminalizing graffiti on real and personal property (original similar to H. B. No. 2156) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *267.        By Sen. Palumbo, Kessler (Mr. President), Cookman and Fitzsimmons - Ensuring state courts' jurisdiction of fraudulent or unauthorized purchasing card use - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/23/14 - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate with amended title 2/3/14 - To House 2/4/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/6/14 - Laid over until 3/7 - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       268.         By Sen. Jenkins and M. Hall - Providing appraisal method for affordable multifamily rental housing property - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       269.         By Sen. Jenkins - Authorizing issuance of special license plates - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       270.         By Sen. Jenkins, Carmichael, Cole and M. Hall - Creating Jobs Impact Statement Act (original similar to H. B. No. 4576 and S. B. No. 543) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance - To Economic Development 1/15/14

 

       271.         By Sen. Cann - Allowing CPRB set employer contribution rate for PERS and SPRS without legislative approval - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Pensions then Finance

 

       272.         By Sen. Cann and D. Hall - Limiting health insurance coverage for elective abortions to supplemental policies (original same as H. B. No. 3081 - similar to H. B. No. 4471 and S. B. No. 496) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

       273.         By Sen. Cann - Prohibiting increases in certain real property assessments - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       274.         By Sen. Cann - Providing for college graduate tax credit - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance

 

       275.         By Sen. Cann - Expanding qualified military service credit for PERS benefit purposes (original similar to H. B. No. 2339) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Pensions then Finance

 

       276.         By Sen. Cann and Beach - Providing salary increases for certain public school teachers and reading specialists (original similar to H. B. No. 2746 and S. B. No. 303) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance

 

       277.         By Sen. Yost - Relating to temporary reassignment of injured or ill school service personnel - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance

 

     *278.        By Sen. Palumbo - Redefining "scrap metal" - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/15/14 - Passed Senate 1/20/14 - Effective from passage - To House 1/21/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/7/14 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/8/14

 

       279.         By Sen. Cann and Cookman - Relating to abortions performed on unemancipated minors - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       280.         By Sen. Barnes - Expanding Military Incentive Program to all economically disadvantaged veterans - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Military then Finance - To Finance 1/28/14

 

       281.         By Sen. Palumbo, Miller, Cookman, Tucker and Fitzsimmons - Creating felony offense of DUI causing injury or death (original similar to H. B. No. 2500, H. B. No. 3074 and S. B. No. 95) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

       282.         By Sen. Barnes - Decreasing number of jurors in municipal criminal matters - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       283.         By Sen. Wells - Prohibiting certain noncompetition clauses in broadcast industry employee contracts - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Labor then Judiciary

 

       284.         By Sen. Wells - Relating to county board of education employee personal leave accrual - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance

 

       285.         By Sen. Wells - Providing campsite rental discount to youth groups undertaking certain community service projects - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Finance

 

       286.         By Sen. Carmichael - Relating to used motor vehicle warranties - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

       287.         By Sen. Carmichael - Relating to requirement of professional engineer serving on sanitary board - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       288.         By Sen. Carmichael - Clarifying individual is disqualified from unemployment benefits while on strike - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Labor then Judiciary

 

       289.         By Sen. Carmichael, Jenkins and M. Hall - Establishing comparative fault standard (original similar to H. B. No. 4438) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       290.         By Sen. Carmichael - Relating to Municipal Home Rule Pilot Program - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       291.         By Sen. Carmichael - Increasing threshold of defendant's liability in tort action involving multiple defendants - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       292.         By Sen. Carmichael - Requiring prevailing hourly rates in public improvements construction (original same as H. B. No. 2753) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Labor then Judiciary

 

       293.         By Sen. Carmichael and Jenkins - Limiting punitive damages awarded in personal injury or wrongful death cases - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       294.         By Sen. Carmichael, Jenkins and M. Hall - Relating to reduction in compensatory damages for collateral source payments - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       295.         By Sen. Carmichael and Cole - Extending time period for wage payments after termination (original similar to H. B. No. 2839) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Labor then Judiciary

 

       296.         By Sen. Cann - Relating to health insurance; benefits and services (original similar to H. B. No. 2918) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

     *297.        By Sen. Wells - Permitting certain state employees receive higher salary as appointive state officer - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/6/14 - To Finance 2/6/14

 

     *298.        By Sen. Unger, D. Hall, Cookman, Tucker, Fitzsimmons, Williams and Cann - Clarifying distinction between hunters and shooters in the field (original similar to H. B. No. 4431) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/13/14 - To Judiciary 2/13/14

 

       299.         By Sen. Carmichael and M. Hall - Creating loser-pays civil justice system - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary

 

       300.         By Sen. Carmichael and Cole - Creating Intermediate Court of Appeals (original similar to H. B. No. 4462) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       301.         By Sen. Carmichael, Jenkins, D. Hall and Nohe - Relating to drug testing of legislators and public assistance recipients (original similar to H. B. No. 2527, H. B. No. 3146 and S. B. No. 301) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary then Finance

 

       302.         By Sen. Carmichael - Creating Tax Revenue Act - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Finance

 

       303.         By Sen. Unger, D. Hall, Jenkins, Miller and Cann - Providing salary increase for teachers (original similar to H. B. No. 2746, H. B. No. 4144, S. B. No. 276 and S. B. No. 391) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance

 

       304.         By Sen. Palumbo - Limiting annual property reappraisal increase; exception (original similar to H. B. No. 2041, H. B. No. 2077, H. B. No. 2444 and H. B. No. 2486) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       305.         By Sen. Beach - Requiring certain post-mining land use reclamation utilize Clements State Tree Nursery - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

     *306.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Budget Bill (original same as H. B. No. 4015) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Finance 1/8/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/4/14 - Passed Senate 3/6/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 3/6/14 - Reference dispensed - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *307.        By Sen. Cann, Williams, Cookman and Palumbo - Authorizing community corrections programs to operate pretrial release program - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/6/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/11/14 - Passed Senate 2/14/14 - To House 2/17/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Laid over until 3/4 - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/5/14 - Laid over until 3/6 - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/6/14 - Laid over until 3/7 - Amendments pending - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       308.         By Sen. Cann, Plymale, Williams, McCabe, Stollings and Fitzsimmons - Creating Shale Research, Education, Policy and Economic Development Center at WVU - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Education then Finance

 

       309.         By Sen. Cann - Redefining "eligible institutions" to receive PROMISE scholarship funds - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Education then Finance

 

     *310.        By Sen. Palumbo and Cookman - Adjusting penalties for willful failure to pay child support (original same as H. B. No. 4554) - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/21/14 - Passed Senate 1/28/14 - To House 1/29/14 - To Judiciary

 

       311.         By Sen. Chafin, M. Hall, Jenkins, Miller, Laird and D. Hall - Transferring portion of Parkways Authority revenues to Turnpike counties (original same as S. B. No. 261) - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

     *312.        By Sen. Cann, Williams, Wells, McCabe, Stollings and Palumbo - Creating Project Launchpad Act (original same as H. B. No. 4343) - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Economic Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/6/14 - To Finance 2/6/14

 

     *313.        By Sen. Snyder, McCabe and Miller - Requiring gubernatorial appointment of PSC Consumer Advocate Director to mirror Governor's term of office - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/23/14 - To Judiciary 1/23/14

 

       314.         By Sen. Williams and Sypolt - Appropriating hotel occupancy tax proceeds to counties with no more than one hospital (original similar to H. B. No. 4249) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/4/14 - To House 2/5/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/4/14 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/5/14

 

     *315.        By Sen. Wells - Clarifying use of certain funds under Military Authority Act - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Military then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/22/14 - To Finance 1/22/14 - Passed Senate 2/19/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *316.        By Sen. Palumbo - Relating to tolling with regard to civil actions - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/22/14 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate 1/30/14 - Effective from passage - To House 1/31/14 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

     *317.        By Sen. Unger, Nohe, Kessler (Mr. President), D. Hall, Stollings, Tucker, Cann, Fitzsimmons, Kirkendoll, Miller, Laird, Williams, Yost, Beach, Edgell, Plymale, Prezioso and Snyder - Relating to municipal firearm laws (original similar to H. B. No. 2760 and H. B. No. 4288) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/13/14 - To Judiciary 2/13/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/25/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *318.        By Sen. Stollings - Setting fees for manufacture, distribution, dispensing and research of controlled substances - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/22/14 - To Finance 1/22/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/28/14

 

       319.         By Sen. McCabe - Increasing membership of State Fire Commission - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       320.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to "state of preparedness" (original same as H. B. No. 4147) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       321.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Allowing Board of Public Works be represented by designees; proxy voting (original same as H. B. No. 4149) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

     *322.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing state compensate officials, officers and employees every two weeks with certain exceptions (original same as H. B. No. 4150) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 1/23/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - Passed Senate 2/17/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/18/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Laid over until 3/4 - Passed House 3/5/14 - Effective July 1, 2014

 

       323.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to professional board licensure requirements for military and spouses (original same as H. B. No. 4151) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Military then Government Organization - To Government Organization 1/22/14

 

       324.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Requiring underground facilities operators participate in one-call system (original same as H. B. No. 4152) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary

 

       325.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing State Fire Marshal serve at will and pleasure of Fire Commission (original same as H. B. No. 4153) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/4/14 - To House 2/5/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/7/14 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/8/14

 

       326.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Fixing technical error relating to motor fuel excise tax (original same as H. B. No. 4154) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Finance

 

       327.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Updating terms in Corporation Net Income Tax Act (original same as H. B. No. 4174) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/14/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/17/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/4/14 - Effective from passage

 

       328.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Terminating Strategic Research and Development Tax Credit (original same as H. B. No. 4148) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Economic Development then Finance - To Finance 1/30/14 - Passed Senate 2/19/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/4/14 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House changed effective date 3/5/14 - Effective from passage

 

       329.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Extending cessation period for deposits into Special Railroad and Intermodal Enhancement Fund (original same as H. B. No. 4157) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       330.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Creating Safe and Efficient Parkways Act (original same as H. B. No. 4156) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

       331.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Requiring certain accelerated payment of consumers sales and service and use tax and employee withholding taxes (original same as H. B. No. 4158) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/18/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/19/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/4/14 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/5/14 - Effective from passage

 

       332.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Reducing certain allowances in computation of local share (original same as H. B. No. 4160) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Education then Finance

 

       333.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Updating terms in Personal Income Tax Act (original same as H. B. No. 4159) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Finance

 

       334.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Suspending certain refundable consumer sales and service tax exemptions to State Road Fund (original same as H. B. No. 4155) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       335.         By Sen. Fitzsimmons, Yost, Blair, D. Hall, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger and Miller - Requiring certain items purchased by state be manufactured in United States (original same as H. B. No. 4168) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Government Organization

 

     *336.        By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Boley, Cole, M. Hall, Kirkendoll, Miller, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Tucker, Walters, Yost, Jenkins and Cookman - Relating to possession and administration of opioid antagonist (original same as H. B. No. 4161 and S. B. No. 17) - Introduced 1/13/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/31/14 - To Judiciary 1/31/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/4/14 - Passed Senate 2/7/14 - To House 2/10/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/20/14

 

       337.         By Sen. Yost and Fitzsimmons - Authorizing DOH increase gross weight limitations on certain Brooke County roads - Introduced 1/13/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

       338.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to Tourism Development Act (original same as H. B. No. 4184 ) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Economic Development then Finance

 

       339.         By Sen. Palumbo, Stollings and Jenkins - Adding tramadol and related salts and isomers to Schedule IV controlled substances - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

     *340.        By Sen. Snyder - Creating EMT-industrial certification - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/31/14 - To Government Organization 1/31/14

 

       341.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation from State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund to Division of Human Services (original same as H. B. No. 4176) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Finance - Passed Senate 1/28/14 - Effective from passage - To House 1/29/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 2/5/14 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/12/14 - Approved by Governor 2/13/14

 

       342.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of unappropriated moneys to DHHR, MAPS and Department of Veterans' Assistance (original same as H. B. No. 4177) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Finance

 

       343.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to Department of Commerce, Workforce Investment Act (original same as H. B. No. 4178) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Finance

 

     *344.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Expiring funds from State Fund, General Revenue, and making supplemental appropriations to various agencies (original same as H. B. No. 4179) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/27/14 - Passed Senate 3/3/14 - Effective from passage - To House 3/4/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *345.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Expiring funds from State Fund, General Revenue, and making supplementary appropriations to MAPS (original same as H. B. No. 4180) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/27/14 - Passed Senate 3/3/14 - Effective from passage - To House 3/4/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       346.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation from Lottery Net Profits to DNR and Bureau of Senior Services (original same as H. B. No. 4181) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Finance - Passed Senate 1/22/14 - Effective from passage - To House 1/23/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 1/29/14 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/4/14 - Approved by Governor 2/4/14

 

       347.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation of unappropriated moneys to various accounts (original same as H. B. No. 4182) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Finance

 

       348.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing, amending, decreasing and increasing appropriations from State Road Fund to DOH (original same as H. B. No. 4183) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Finance

 

       349.         By Sen. Tucker, Palumbo, Cookman, Fitzsimmons, D. Hall, Snyder, Walters, Plymale and Miller - Prohibiting nonrenewal or cancellation of certain property insurance coverage policies (original same as H. B. No. 4204) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/28/14

 

       350.         By Sen. Miller, Stollings, Snyder, Plymale, Laird, D. Hall, Unger and Beach - Requiring Agriculture Commissioner propose legislative rules for Rural Rehabilitation Loan Program - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development - Amended - Passed Senate 1/24/14 - Effective from passage - To House 1/27/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       351.         By Sen. Stollings - Requiring thoroughbred licensees pay portion of purse to Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       352.         By Sen. Laird, Barnes, Edgell, Facemire, Prezioso, Snyder, Unger, Stollings, Sypolt, Cann, D. Hall, Plymale, Tucker and Blair - Promoting development of corporate sponsorships for state parks and recreation areas (original same as H. B. No. 4197) - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Natural Resources then Finance

 

     *353.        By Sen. Williams, Beach, D. Hall, Miller, Sypolt, Stollings, Tucker and Plymale - Relating to timber theft in state forests (original same as H. B. No. 4202) - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/30/14 - To Judiciary 1/30/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/3/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/6/14 - To House 2/7/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       354.         By Sen. Yost, Walters, Kessler (Mr. President) and Unger - Requiring Workforce Investment Council provide local boards information about certain male-dominated jobs (original same as H. B. No. 4196) - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Labor then Government Organization - To Government Organization 1/22/14

 

       355.         By Sen. Unger, Miller, Laird, Walters, Stollings, Beach, Kessler (Mr. President), Cann, Plymale and Edgell - Amending Water Resources Protection and Management Act (original same as H. B. No. 4255 - similar to S. B. No. 373) - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

     *356.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to purchasing reforms (original same as H. B. No. 4185) - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/30/14 - To Judiciary 1/30/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/11/14 - Passed Senate 2/14/14 - To House 2/17/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Title amended - Title amendment withdrawn - Passed House 3/7/14 - Title amended

 

     *357.        By Sen. Williams, Beach, D. Hall, Miller, Sypolt, Plymale and Tucker - Relating to Logging Sediment Control Act civil and criminal penalties (original same as H. B. No. 4201) - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/30/14 - Com. sub. reported 1/31/14 - Passed Senate 2/5/14 - To House 2/6/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 3/7/14

 

       358.         By Sen. Walters, Blair, Cole, D. Hall, Nohe, Palumbo, Snyder, Sypolt and Wells - Requiring Purchasing Director approve certain change orders - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Government Organization

 

       359.         By Sen. Beach, Palumbo, Cann, Cookman, Fitzsimmons, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Carmichael, Nohe, Walters, Plymale, Stollings and Snyder - Removing hand canvassing requirements of electronic voting machines (original same as H. B. No. 4198) - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 1/28/14 - Effective from passage - To House 1/29/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Laid over until 2/27 - Laid over until 2/28 - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       360.         By Sen. Cole, Barnes, Blair, Carmichael, Walters and Jenkins - Repealing article relating to wages for construction of public improvements (original similar to H. B. No. 2576) - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Labor then Government Organization then Finance

 

       361.         By Sen. Snyder - Relating to Office of Emergency Medical Services - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       362.         By Sen. Beach - Relating to time restaurants, private clubs and wineries can sell alcoholic beverages on Sundays - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Judiciary

 

       363.         By Sen. Beach - Repealing article allowing placement of roadside memorial markers - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

       364.         By Sen. Beach - Permitting candidate signs on road or highway rights-of-way - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

     *365.        By Sen. Miller, Snyder and Williams - Excepting certain Ethics Act provisions for elected conservation district supervisors - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/22/14 - To Judiciary 1/22/14 - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 2/24/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/26/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/27/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 3/7/14

 

       366.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Transferring CHIP from Department of Administration to DHHR (original same as H. B. No. 4213) - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/25/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

       367.         By Sen. Palumbo, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale, Fitzsimmons and Wells - Correcting internal code reference regarding judges and prosecutors carrying firearms (original similar to S. B. No. 435) - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Judiciary

 

       368.         By Sen. Snyder, Blair, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President) and Cookman - Repealing article relating to unfair trade practices - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Judiciary

 

       369.         By Sen. Snyder, Blair, Boley, Cann, Cookman, Green, Yost, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Palumbo and Stollings - Requiring state procurement by competitive bidding (original same as H. B. No. 4317) - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       370.         By Sen. Palumbo - Relating to sentencing and parole of juveniles treated as adults (original similar to H. B. No. 4210) - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Judiciary

 

       371.         By Sen. Beach, Kessler (Mr. President), Fitzsimmons and Stollings - Prohibiting possession of wild and exotic animals - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

       372.         By Sen. Beach - Permitting certain auxiliary lighting on motorcycles (original similar to H. B. No. 2477) - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/22/14

 

     *373.        By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Palumbo, Plymale, Laird, Yost, Miller, Prezioso, Fitzsimmons, Wells, Cann, Chafin, Tucker, Stollings, Cookman and Snyder - Relating to water resources protection (original similar to H. B. No. 4255, H. B. No. 4285 and S. B. No. 355) - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/23/14 - To Judiciary 1/23/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 1/24/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 1/28/14 - To House 1/29/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary then Finance - To House Judiciary - To House Finance 3/3/14 - Read 1st time 3/3/14 - Read 1st to Finance 3/3/14 - Amendments pending - Amended - Passed House 3/5/14 - Title amended - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/7/14

 

       374.         By Sen. McCabe, Barnes, Beach, Cann, Green, D. Hall, Laird, Miller, Palumbo, Walters and Wells - Prohibiting special election by local levying body 180 days prior to scheduled election (original similar to H. B. No. 4399) - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       375.         By Sen. Cann and Snyder - Excluding certain personal property from TIF assessment - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Economic Development then Finance - To Finance 2/13/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Laid over until 3/7 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/7/14 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/8/14

 

     *376.        By Sen. Yost, Fitzsimmons, Kessler (Mr. President) and Wells - Requiring certain construction workers complete OSHA safety program (original similar to H. B. No. 4353) - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Labor then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/22/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/14/14 - Passed Senate 2/19/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/20/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/6/14 - Effective July 1, 2014

 

       377.         By Sen. Jenkins - Creating Native American Tribes Unique Recognition, Authentication and Listing Act (original similar to H. B. No. 2779 and S. B. No. 406) - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

     *378.        By Sen. Cookman - Relating to special speed limitations as to waste service vehicles - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - To Judiciary 2/12/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary - Read 1st time 3/5/14 - Passed House 3/5/14

 

     *379.        By Sen. Miller, Blair, Boley, Cann, Cookman, Fitzsimmons, Kirkendoll, Stollings, Snyder, Kessler (Mr. President) and Plymale - Reclassifying counties (original same as H. B. No. 4239) - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - To Finance 2/12/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/21/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/26/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       380.         By Sen. Beach and Stollings - Redefining "all-terrain and utility terrain vehicles" - Introduced 1/20/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/29/14 - Passed Senate 2/4/14 - To House 2/5/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *381.        By Sen. Stollings, Plymale and Unger - Requiring CPR and care for conscious choking instruction in public schools - Introduced 1/20/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - Com. sub. reported 1/22/14 - To Education 1/22/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/3/14 - To House 2/4/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To House Education 2/28/14

 

       382.         By Sen. Blair and Cookman - Exempting certain veterans' and active duty military organizations from indoor smoking regulations - Introduced 1/20/14 - To Military then Health and Human Resources

 

     *383.        By Sen. Tucker, Barnes, D. Hall and Snyder - Permitting certain residential real estate owners limited exemptions from licensing requirements (original same as H. B. No. 4116) - Introduced 1/20/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/7/14 - To Judiciary 2/7/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/21/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective July 1, 2014

 

     *384.        By Sen. Tucker, Stollings and Barnes - Prohibiting certain insurers require policyholders use mail-order pharmacy - Introduced 1/20/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/7/14 - To Judiciary 2/7/14 - Passed Senate 2/17/14 - To House 2/18/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

       385.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Reducing and redirecting lottery revenue distributions (original same as H. B. No. 4266 and H. B. No. 4333) - Introduced 1/20/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       386.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Prezioso, Unger, Boley, M. Hall and Barnes - Revising laws relating to DHHR and Bureau of Medical Services (original same as H. B. No. 4280) - Introduced 1/20/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To Government Organization 1/22/14

 

     *387.        By Sen. Cole, Blair, Carmichael, D. Hall, M. Hall, Jenkins, McCabe, Walters, Williams and Nohe - Clarifying duly authorized officers have legal custody of their prisoners while in WV - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/31/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/5/14 - To House 2/6/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/6/14

 

       388.         By Sen. Prezioso, Blair, Walters, Carmichael and Cole - Creating Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (original similar to H. B. No. 2364 and H. B. No. 4588) - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       389.         By Sen. Yost, Kirkendoll, Wells, Snyder, Beach and D. Hall - Regulating and legalizing sale of fireworks and imposing fee to benefit Veterans Program Fund (original same as H. B. No. 4267) - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       390.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Creating criminal penalties for disseminating false information through automated phone calls during state of emergency (original same as H. B. No. 4257) - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

     *391.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing salary increase for teachers and school service personnel (original same as H. B. No. 4261 - similar to S. B. No. 303) - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/14/14 - To Finance 2/14/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/21/14 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate 2/26/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/27/14 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       392.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing salary increase for members of State Police (original same as H. B. No. 4256 - similar to H. B. No. 2075 and S. B. No. 201) - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

     *393.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Amending funding levels and date Governor may borrow from Revenue Shortfall Reserve Fund (original same as H. B. No. 4282) - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/30/14 - To Finance 1/30/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - Passed Senate 2/26/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/27/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/7/14 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/8/14

 

       394.         By Sen. Laird, Stollings, Plymale, Wells, Beach, Chafin, Tucker, Boley, Carmichael and Jenkins - Redesignating Health Sciences Scholarship Program as Health Sciences Service Program (original same as H. B. No. 4296) - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 1/30/14 - To House 1/31/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/6/14

 

     *395.        By Sen. Palumbo - Relating to operation and oversight of certain human services benefit programs (original same as H. B. No. 4297) - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - To Judiciary 1/29/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 1/31/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/5/14 - To House 2/6/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       396.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Eliminating certain unnecessary boards, councils, tasks forces and committees (original same as H. B. No. 4260) - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Government Organization

 

     *397.        By Sen. Williams, Laird, Unger, Tucker, Plymale, Palumbo and Stollings - Expanding scope of activities considered financial exploitation of elderly - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/4/14 - Passed Senate 2/7/14 - To House 2/10/14 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/6/14

 

       398.         By Sen. Cookman - Providing certain state public schools obtain impounded dogs and cats for curriculum furtherance - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Education then Finance

 

       399.         By Sen. Cookman (By Request) - Providing mental hygiene commissioners are employees under PERS (original same as H. B. No. 4428) - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Pensions then Finance

 

       400.         By Sen. Laird, Miller and Unger - Relating to air-ambulance service fees under PEIA - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

       401.         By Sen. Cookman and Plymale - Relating to "out-of-home" child placement system - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

       402.         By Sen. Prezioso, Edgell and Plymale - Permitting recovery of service charge and fees charged to Tax Commissioner by financial institutions (original same as H. B. No. 4397) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To Finance 1/28/14 - Passed Senate 2/17/14 - To House 2/18/14 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 2/20/14 - To Governor 3/3/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

       403.         By Sen. Laird, Barnes, Edgell, Facemire, Prezioso, Snyder, Unger, Miller and Beach - Regulating importation and possession of certain injurious aquatic species (original same as H. B. No. 4293) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Natural Resources - Passed Senate 2/11/14 - To House 2/12/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/7/14

 

       404.         By Sen. Laird, Barnes, Edgell, Facemire, Prezioso, Snyder, Unger, Yost, Miller, Plymale, Beach and Wells - Allowing reciprocal use of hunting and fishing licenses with Kentucky on Big Sandy and Tug Fork rivers (original same as H. B. No. 4301) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/6/14

 

     *405.        By Sen. Cookman, Miller and Plymale - Requiring presiding judge's permission to release juror qualification forms after trial's conclusion - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - Passed Senate 2/3/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/4/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/4/14 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/5/14 - Effective from passage

 

       406.         By Sen. Plymale and Jenkins - Creating Native American Tribes Unique Recognition, Authentication and Listing Act (original similar to H. B. No. 2779 and S. B. No. 377) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Judiciary

 

       407.         By Sen. Tucker - Providing renewal of lapsed managing general insurance agent licenses (original similar to H. B. No. 4359) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Government Organization - Rereferred to Government Organization on 2nd reading 2/24/14

 

     *408.        By Sen. Plymale - Relating to parole (original same as H. B. No. 4313) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/30/14 - Passed Senate 2/4/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/5/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/5/14 - Effective from passage

 

     *409.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to education reform (original same as H. B. No. 4281) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/26/14 - To Education - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       410.         By Sen. Unger, Miller, Beach and McCabe - Requiring public school screening for dyslexia - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Education

 

       411.         By Sen. Yost, Miller, Cookman, Kessler (Mr. President), Beach and Cann - Raising minimum wage (original similar to H. B. No. 2953, H. B. No. 3102 and H. B. No. 4283) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Labor then Finance - To Finance 2/5/14

 

       412.         By Sen. Unger, Yost, Miller and McCabe - Defining "dyslexia" for education purposes (original similar to H. B. No. 4608) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To Education 2/12/14

 

       413.         By Sen. Unger, Miller and McCabe - Requiring Department of Education provide professional development opportunities regarding dyslexia - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Education

 

     *414.        By Sen. Prezioso, Edgell and Plymale - Redirecting nonprobate appraisement filings (original same as H. B. No. 4398) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/23/14 - Referred to Finance 1/23/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/24/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2014

 

       415.         By Sen. Wells, McCabe and Palumbo - Changing due date of certain county commission tax reports - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/4/14 - To House 2/5/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/28/14

 

     *416.        By Sen. Prezioso and Edgell - Relating to tentative appraisals of industrial and natural resources property (original same as H. B. No. 4470) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/6/14 - To Finance 2/6/14 - Passed Senate 2/18/14 - To House 2/19/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/4/14

 

       417.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Creating Source Water Protection Act (original same as H. B. No. 4258) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

     *418.        By Sen. Stollings - Relating to medical and podiatry corporations - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/6/14 - To Judiciary 2/6/14

 

     *419.        By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Boley, M. Hall, Kirkendoll, Miller, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Tucker, Walters, Yost, Jenkins, Cookman, Barnes and Fitzsimmons - Creating Overdose Prevention Act (original same as H. B. No. 4189) - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/18/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/6/14 - Laid over until 3/7 - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *420.        By Sen. Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), Beach, Cann, Chafin, Cookman, Facemire, Edgell, Kirkendoll, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Palumbo, Prezioso, Snyder, Stollings, Tucker, Williams, Wells and Barnes - Relating to data sharing in P-20W Longitudinal Data System - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - To Finance 1/29/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/17/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/18/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Read 1st time 3/6/14 - Read 1st to Finance 3/6/14

 

       421.         By Sen. Snyder, Blair, Beach and Barnes - Removing certain discounts from motor fuel excise tax - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

     *422.        By Sen. Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), Kirkendoll, Stollings and Cookman - Expanding state aid for students of certain health professions - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Education then Finance - To Finance 1/31/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - Amended - Rejected by Senate 2/17/14

 

       423.         By Sen. Cookman, Miller and Edgell - Relating to expungement of certain felony convictions (original similar to H. B. No. 3154) - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

     *424.        By Sen. Stollings and Kirkendoll - Regulating unlicensed off-road motorcycles within Hatfield-McCoy Regional Recreation Area - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - On 2nd reading to Government Organization 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/3/14

 

     *425.        By Sen. Stollings and Edgell - Relating to licensure, supervision and regulation of physician assistants (original similar to H. B. No. 4289) - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - To Government Organization 2/12/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       426.         By Sen. Plymale - Relating to appointments to certain higher education commissions, councils and boards - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Education - Passed Senate 2/10/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/11/14 - To Education - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *427.        By Sen. Beach - Relating to motor vehicle insurance (original similar to H. B. No. 2990) - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/11/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/14/14 - Passed Senate 2/19/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/6/14

 

       428.         By Sen. Beach and Laird - Creating Dangerous Wild Animals Act (original similar to H. B. No. 4393) - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Natural Resources then Finance

 

       429.         By Sen. Boley, Nohe, Barnes, Blair, Carmichael, Cole, M. Hall, Jenkins, Sypolt and Walters - Relating to public school curricular standards and assessments (original same as H. B. No. 4383) - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Education then Finance

 

     *430.        By Sen. Edgell, Green, Kirkendoll, Laird, McCabe, Snyder, Tucker, Unger, Yost and Stollings - Relating to receipting of state moneys - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/6/14 - To Finance 2/6/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/25/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *431.        By Sen. Beach - Relating to issuance and renewal of certain driver's licenses and federal ID cards - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/5/14 - To Finance 2/5/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 3/7/14

 

     *432.        By Sen. Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), Kirkendoll, Prezioso, Stollings, Edgell, Beach, Fitzsimmons, D. Hall, Williams, Yost and Wells - Relating to calculating local share (original similar to H. B. No. 4002 and S. B. No. 93) - Introduced 1/27/14 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - To Finance 1/29/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/26/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       433.         By Sen. Nohe and Tucker - Exempting certain precious metal sales from consumers sales tax (original similar to H. B. No. 4272) - Introduced 1/27/14 - To Finance

 

     *434.        By Sen. Beach - Eliminating revocation period for certain DUI offenders (original similar to H. B. No. 4377) - Introduced 1/27/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/5/14 - To Judiciary 2/5/14 - Passed Senate 2/17/14 - To House 2/18/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14

 

       435.         By Sen. Palumbo, Kessler (Mr. President) and Beach - Correcting code reference relating to handgun safety training for certain court personnel (original similar to S. B. No. 367) - Introduced 1/27/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/3/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/4/14 - To Judiciary

 

       436.         By Sen. Laird, M. Hall, Miller, Plymale and Stollings - Providing Prosecuting Attorneys Institute executive council establish salary of director - Introduced 1/27/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       437.         By Sen. Tucker, McCabe, Palumbo and Plymale - Requiring mortgage brokers file certain reports with Division of Financial Institutions (original same as H. B. No. 4372) - Introduced 1/27/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 2/24/14

 

       438.         By Sen. Tucker, McCabe, Palumbo and Plymale - Revising regulatory structure of money transmitters - Introduced 1/27/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Government Organization

 

     *439.        By Sen. Fitzsimmons, Kessler (Mr. President), Beach, Edgell and Yost - Permitting Ohio County Commission levy special district excise tax for Fort Henry (original same as H. B. No. 4247) - Introduced 1/27/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 2/6/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/21/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/26/14 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       440.         By Sen. Palumbo, Cookman, Laird, Barnes, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings, Wells, M. Hall and Chafin - Creating O. C. Spaulding Electronic Recording Act - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Judiciary

 

       441.         By Sen. Beach - Increasing limit on size of voting precincts (original same as H. B. No. 4473) - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       442.         By Sen. Beach, Kessler (Mr. President), Fitzsimmons and Williams - Permitting certain firearms in motor vehicles on Capitol Complex grounds (original similar to H. B. No. 2135 and H. B. No. 4309) - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       443.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cann, Edgell and Carmichael - Relating to SPRS (original same as H. B. No. 4345) - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Pensions then Finance - To Finance 2/3/14 - Passed Senate 2/14/14 - To House 2/17/14 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 2/19/14 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House changed effective date 2/20/14 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/3/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

       444.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cann, Edgell, Carmichael and Plymale - Relating to PERS (original same as H. B. No. 4364) - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Pensions then Finance - To Finance 2/3/14 - Passed Senate 2/14/14 - To House 2/17/14 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 2/19/14 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House changed effective date 2/20/14 - Effective from passage - To Governor 3/3/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

       445.         By Sen. Beach, Kessler (Mr. President), Fitzsimmons, Williams and Cann - Clarifying when person engaged in outdoor recreation may possess certain firearms (original similar to H. B. No. 2572 and H. B. No. 3019) - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

       446.         By Sen. Miller, Cann and Laird - Relating to public employee grievance procedure (original same as H. B. No. 4203) - Introduced 1/29/14 - To Labor then Government Organization

 

       447.         By Sen. Chafin, Cole, Kirkendoll and Stollings - Authorizing additional circuit court judge (original same as H. B. No. 4140 - similar to H. B. No. 2310, H. B. No. 4205, H. B. No. 4509, S. B. No. 475 and S. B. No. 557) - Introduced 1/29/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       448.         By Sen. Barnes, Beach, Blair, Boley, Cann, Carmichael, Cole, Cookman, Edgell, Fitzsimmons, D. Hall, M. Hall, Nohe, Sypolt, Tucker, Williams, Snyder, Stollings, Wells and Jenkins - Providing one-time supplement for certain PERS and STRS retirees - Introduced 1/29/14 - To Pensions then Finance

 

     *449.        By Sen. Wells, Yost, Jenkins and Fitzsimmons - Relating to power and authority of Secretary of Department of Veterans' Assistance (original same as H. B. No. 4268) - Introduced 1/29/14 - To Military then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - To Government Organization 2/12/14

 

     *450.        By Sen. Walters, Blair, Carmichael, McCabe, Palumbo and Wells - Relating to sale and consumption of alcoholic liquors in certain outdoor dining areas (original similar to H. B. No. 4436) - Introduced 1/30/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/5/14 - Passed Senate 2/11/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/12/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/6/14 - Laid over until 3/7 - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       451.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cann, Edgell, Carmichael and Plymale - Relating to distribution of certain retirement benefits of deceased uniformed service officers under qualified domestic relations order (original same as H. B. No. 4349) - Introduced 1/30/14 - To Pensions then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/3/14

 

       452.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cann, Edgell, Carmichael and Plymale - Relating to TRS annuity calculation of member with reciprocal service credit (original same as H. B. No. 4366) - Introduced 1/30/14 - To Pensions then Finance - To Finance 2/3/14 - Passed Senate 2/14/14 - To House 2/17/14 - Reference dispensed - Passed House 2/19/14 - To Governor 3/3/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

       453.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cann, Edgell, Carmichael and Plymale - Relating to TRS - Introduced 1/30/14 - To Pensions then Finance - Rereferred to Finance on 3rd reading 2/14/14

 

       454.         By Sen. Miller, Cookman, D. Hall, Laird, Tucker, Williams and Snyder - Defining dam "owner" - Introduced 1/30/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/4/14 - Passed Senate 2/11/14 - To House 2/12/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14

 

     *455.        By Sen. Unger, Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President), Yost, Edgell, Laird, Kirkendoll, Cann, Miller, Beach and Fitzsimmons - Creating Move to Improve Act (original similar to H. B. No. 4582) - Introduced 1/30/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To Education 1/31/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To House Education 2/28/14

 

       456.         By Sen. Stollings - Extending expiration date for health care provider tax on eligible acute care hospitals - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To Finance 2/7/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/21/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/6/14 - Effective from passage

 

       457.         By Sen. Cookman, Miller, Laird, Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), Tucker and Snyder - Requiring programs for temporarily detained inmates in regional jails (original similar to H. B. No. 4338) - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Finance 2/5/14 - Passed Senate 2/19/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/5/14 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/6/14

 

     *458.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Barnes, Fitzsimmons, Kirkendoll, Walters, Laird, Yost, Cookman and Stollings - Dedicating certain circuit court fees to fund low-income persons' civil legal services (original same as H. B. No. 4348 - similar to H. B. No. 4125) - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/7/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/12/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/13/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       459.         By Sen. Tucker, Williams, Cookman and Jenkins - Removing severance tax on timber (original same as H. B. No. 4320) - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Natural Resources then Finance

 

       460.         By Sen. Miller, Laird, Unger, Beach, Snyder, Stollings and Jenkins - Permitting School of Osteopathic Medicine invest certain moneys in its foundation (original same as H. B. No. 4435) - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Education then Finance - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/26/14 - To House 2/27/14 - Reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 3/3/14 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/4/14 - To Governor 3/7/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

     *461.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Williams, Tucker, Plymale, Stollings, Snyder, Cookman, Palumbo, Fitzsimmons, Beach, Yost, Miller, D. Hall, Jenkins, McCabe, Wells, Edgell, Barnes, Blair, Boley, Cann, Chafin, Kirkendoll, Laird, Nohe, Prezioso, Sypolt, Unger, Walters, Green and M. Hall - Creating Future Fund - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Economic Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/6/14 - To Finance 2/6/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       462.         By Sen. D. Hall - Providing surety relief of acting collateral upon securing bailpiece - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Judiciary

 

       463.         By Sen. D. Hall and Kessler (Mr. President) - Requiring certain percentage of insurance claims be performed by resident adjuster - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

       464.         By Sen. D. Hall and Green - Prohibiting law-enforcement officers or immediate family members from taking bonds for persons in custody - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Judiciary

 

       465.         By Sen. Laird, Plymale, McCabe, Yost, Wells, Carmichael, Fitzsimmons and Edgell - Permitting counties to impose levy for public library funding (original similar to H. B. No. 2006) - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Judiciary

 

       466.         By Sen. D. Hall, Tucker, Barnes, Green, Cann, Carmichael, Nohe, Stollings, Williams, Beach and Kessler (Mr. President) - Creating Storm Scammer Consumer Protection Act - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

     *467.        By Sen. Barnes and Sypolt - Updating code section relating to expungement of criminal convictions (original same as H. B. No. 4443) - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - Passed Senate 2/26/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/27/14 - To Judiciary

 

       468.         By Sen. Miller, Yost, Prezioso, Wells, Carmichael, Snyder, Fitzsimmons, Nohe, Jenkins, D. Hall and Edgell - Providing for Veterans Medal and Service Cross (original same as H. B. No. 4350) - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Military then Government Organization - Rereferred to Government Organization on 3rd reading 2/25/14

 

     *469.        By Sen. Miller, Yost, Wells, Carmichael, Snyder, Nohe, Williams, Jenkins, D. Hall, Edgell, Stollings, Laird and Sypolt - Creating Veterans and Warriors to Agriculture Program (original same as H. B. No. 4439) - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/11/14 - To Finance 2/11/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       470.         By Sen. Cookman, Miller, Snyder, Fitzsimmons, Williams, D. Hall and Stollings - Providing completed grand jury questionnaires are confidential - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/10/14 - To House 2/11/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/4/14

 

       471.         By Sen. Miller, Kessler (Mr. President), Cann, Edgell, Kirkendoll, Snyder, Unger, Walters, Williams, Yost, Wells, Cookman and Stollings - Relating to alternative and renewable energy portfolio standards (original similar to H. B. No. 3080) - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance

 

       472.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Wells, McCabe, Snyder, Fitzsimmons and Cookman - Prohibiting discrimination in housing or employment based on age or sexual orientation (original similar to H. B. No. 2856) - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *473.        By Sen. Sypolt, Blair, Cookman, Williams, Plymale, McCabe, Nohe and Stollings - Providing undesirable highway property be offered for public utility use (original same as H. B. No. 4129) - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/26/14 - To House 2/27/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/3/14

 

       474.         By Sen. Cann and D. Hall - Allowing disposal of drill cuttings from well sites in commercial solid waste facilities (original same as H. B. No. 4411) - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       475.         By Sen. M. Hall and Carmichael - Authorizing additional circuit court judge (original similar to H. B. No. 2310, H. B. No. 4140, H. B. No. 4205, H. B. No. 4509, S. B. No. 447 and S. B. No. 557) - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       476.         By Sen. Plymale and Chafin - Providing standards for conversion and retrofits of alternative-fuel motor vehicles - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *477.        By Sen. Tucker, Beach, Cann, Edgell, Fitzsimmons, Green, D. Hall, Miller, Palumbo, Plymale, Snyder, Williams, Kessler (Mr. President), Yost, Wells, Nohe, Cookman and Stollings - Providing teachers determine use of time during planning period - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Education - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Title amended - Title amendment withdrawn - Passed House 3/7/14 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/7/14

 

       478.         By Sen. D. Hall, Williams and Sypolt - Permitting sale of raw milk (original same as H. B. No. 4274) - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Health and Human Resources

 

       479.         By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings, Cookman, Yost, Fitzsimmons, Wells and Cann - Providing vocational certification, licensure or college credit for military training and experience - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Education then Finance

 

       480.         By Sen. Tucker, Edgell, Palumbo, Cann, Fitzsimmons, Plymale and Chafin - Expanding period during which certain motor vehicle liens are valid (original same as H. B. No. 4417) - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/11/14 - Passed Senate 2/19/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/20/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       481.         By Sen. Wells, D. Hall, Tucker, Stollings, Cookman and Chafin - Requiring DOT place signs honoring fallen veterans and Gold Star Families - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       482.         By Sen. Williams - Requiring food handler examinations and cards - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

 

       483.         By Sen. Laird, Plymale, Miller and Stollings - Renaming administrative heads of Potomac campus of WVU and WVU Institute of Technology (original same as H. B. No. 4420) - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Education - Passed Senate 2/12/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/13/14 - To Education - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/5/14 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/6/14 - Effective from passage

 

       484.         By Sen. Palumbo, Williams, Cann, Kirkendoll, Tucker, Snyder and Barnes - Changing experience requirements of members of Ethics Commission (original same as H. B. No. 4298) - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       485.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Beach, D. Hall, Miller, Snyder, Barnes, Stollings and Plymale - Exempting DOH from certain permitting requirements of Natural Stream Preservation Act - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/13/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *486.        By Sen. Snyder, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Williams, Wells, Miller, D. Hall, Jenkins, Green and Barnes - Establishing salaries and providing raises for State Police forensic lab employees (original same as H. B. No. 4408 - similar to S. B. No. 63) - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - To Finance 2/12/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - Passed Senate 2/26/14 - To House 2/27/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *487.        By Sen. Snyder and Miller - Authorizing municipal sales tax - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - To House Finance 3/3/14

 

       488.         By Sen. Edgell, Prezioso, Unger, Kirkendoll, Beach, D. Hall, Miller, Snyder, Wells, Yost, Stollings, Williams and Barnes - Establishing WV Voluntary Employee Retirement Accounts Program (original similar to H. B. No. 4375) - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Pensions then Finance

 

       489.         By Sen. D. Hall and Green - Providing county employees may run for vacant office without resigning (original same as H. B. No. 4547) - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

     *490.        By Sen. Tucker, D. Hall, Green and Barnes - Relating to noncovered insurance discounts by health care providers - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/25/14 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/25/14

 

       491.         By Sen. Snyder, Kessler (Mr. President), Blair, Cookman, Unger, Plymale and Barnes - Exempting sales of motor fuel from unfair trade practices (original same as H. B. No. 4389) - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *492.        By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Miller, Cookman, Snyder and Prezioso - Requiring State Board of Pharmacy develop specialty drugs list - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - To Judiciary 2/12/14

 

       493.         By Sen. Palumbo, Tucker and Barnes - Excluding suspension days in determining student truancy - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Education then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/14/14 - Passed Senate with amended title 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Education then Judiciary

 

       494.         By Sen. Edgell, Facemire, Snyder, Fitzsimmons, Yost and Miller - Authorizing additional methods of payment for lottery prizes (original same as H. B. No. 4421) - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *495.        By Sen. Edgell - Increasing collections into Land Division special revenue account (original same as H. B. No. 4405) - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - To Finance 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/26/14 - To House 2/27/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       496.         By Sen. Cann, D. Hall, Prezioso, Carmichael, Cookman, Jenkins, Green and Barnes - Limiting health insurance coverage for elective abortions to supplemental policies; exceptions (original same as H. B. No. 4471 - similar to H. B. No. 3081 and S. B. No. 272) - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

       497.         By Sen. Edgell, Facemire, Snyder, Yost and D. Hall - Removing restrictions where certain lottery games may be played (original same as H. B. No. 4481) - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       498.         By Sen. Unger, Carmichael, Cookman, Beach, Fitzsimmons, D. Hall, Tucker, Williams, Green, Cole, Stollings, Plymale, Jenkins, Kessler (Mr. President), Blair, Laird, Nohe and Prezioso - Permitting persons to possess certain firearms in vehicle without concealed deadly weapons permit (original same as H. B. No. 4271) - Introduced 2/6/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *499.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, McCabe, Edgell, Cann, M. Hall, Carmichael, Plymale, Palumbo and Nohe - Making Prudent Investor Act primary standard of care for Investment Management Board (original same as H. B. No. 4492) - Introduced 2/6/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/13/14 - To Finance 2/13/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - Reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 2/28/14 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/3/14 - To Governor 3/7/14

 

       500.         By Sen. Walters and D. Hall - Requiring public buildings have at least one ADA-compliant restroom - Introduced 2/6/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       501.         By Sen. Barnes, Yost and Blair - Relating to auctioneers and apprentice auctioneers (original same as H. B. No. 4410) - Introduced 2/6/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Government Organization

 

       502.         By Sen. Snyder - Updating Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act (original similar to H. B. No. 3101 and H. B. No. 4499) - Introduced 2/6/14 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary

 

       503.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Prezioso, Unger, Boley, M. Hall and Nohe - Revising Child Welfare Act (original same as H. B. No. 4446) - Introduced 2/6/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/12/14

 

     *504.        By Sen. Edgell, Barnes, Facemire and Yost - Authorizing Auditor establish Debt Resolution Services Division - Introduced 2/6/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/13/14 - To Finance 2/13/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       505.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cann, Facemire, Green, D. Hall and Barnes - Requiring Office of Administrative Hearings receive appeal petitions (original same as H. B. No. 4427) - Introduced 2/6/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       506.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cann, Facemire, Green, D. Hall and Barnes - Clarifying term "agency" in code section relating to administrative hearings (original same as H. B. No. 4426) - Introduced 2/6/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

     *507.        By Sen. Snyder and Plymale - Relating to Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists - Introduced 2/6/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/13/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/21/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/7/14

 

       508.         By Sen. Unger, Jenkins and Kessler (Mr. President) - Establishing Volunteer Departments Loan Fund within Treasurer's Office - Introduced 2/7/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       509.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird and Miller - Regulating pharmacy benefits managers - Introduced 2/7/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

     *510.        By Sen. Plymale, Stollings, D. Hall, Wells and McCabe - Including state land grant institutions in Research Trust Fund - Introduced 2/7/14 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/14/14 - To Finance 2/14/14

 

       511.         By Sen. M. Hall, Barnes, Blair, Carmichael, Cole, Jenkins, Nohe, Sypolt and Walters - Specifying Legislative Auditor's performance reviews and audits include Board of Public Works and Legislature (original same as H. B. No. 4466) - Introduced 2/7/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       512.         By Sen. Carmichael, M. Hall, Plymale, D. Hall and Nohe - Providing for personal income tax checkoff for Cedar Lakes Foundation - Introduced 2/7/14 - To Finance

 

     *513.        By Sen. Cookman, Plymale, Wells, Edgell, Stollings, Beach and D. Hall - Relating to cost reimbursement of servicing high-cost/high-acuity special needs students (original same as H. B. No. 4137) - Introduced 2/7/14 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/14/14 - To Finance 2/14/14

 

       514.         By Sen. Carmichael and Cole - Eliminating expense of Meth lab cleanup from Crime Victims Compensation Act - Introduced 2/7/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       515.         By Sen. Plymale (Originating in Senate Education) - Repealing section relating to state aid for students of veterinary medicine - Introduced 2/7/14 - Referred to Finance on 2nd reading 2/10/14

 

       516.         By Sen. Yost - Modifying guidelines for medical treatment to injured workers (original same as H. B. No. 4579) - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Labor then Judiciary

 

       517.         By Sen. Yost - Providing liberal weighing of evidence for workers's compensation claims (original same as H. B. No. 4605) - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

       518.         By Sen. Yost and Fitzsimmons - Relating to workers' compensation benefits for firefighters; other provisions - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Judiciary

 

       519.         By Sen. Yost - Relating to workers' compensation benefits for occupational pneumoconiosis (original same as H. B. No. 4607) - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Judiciary

 

       520.         By Sen. Yost - Declaring remedial component of workers' compensation laws receive liberal construction (original same as H. B. No. 4606) - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       521.         By Sen. Yost - Relating to classification and criteria for disability benefits (original same as H. B. No. 4578) - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       522.         By Sen. Yost - Relating to delivery of medical benefits to injured workers (original similar to H. B. No. 4600) - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *523.        By Sen. Green, D. Hall, Facemire, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Prezioso, Wells, Plymale, Carmichael, Jenkins, Yost and Stollings - Providing for additional state veterans skilled nursing facility in Beckley - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Military then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - To Finance 2/12/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Laid over until 3/6 - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Title amended

 

       524.         By Sen. Yost - Requiring prompt payment of workers' compensation benefits (original same as H. B. No. 4599) - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

       525.         By Sen. Barnes, Blair, Boley, Carmichael, Green, M. Hall, Jenkins, Williams, Plymale, D. Hall, Cookman and Nohe - Exempting PERS and TRS pensions and annuities from state income tax (original similar to H. B. No. 2202) - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Pensions then Finance

 

       526.         By Sen. Chafin, Fitzsimmons, Yost and Cookman - Giving railroad employees right to review and copy respective personnel files (original same as H. B. No. 2128) - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Labor then Judiciary

 

       527.         By Sen. Wells, Kessler (Mr. President), Edgell, Fitzsimmons, Green, Laird, Miller, Snyder, Unger, Yost, D. Hall, Cookman, Nohe, Beach and Stollings - Prohibiting beer and wine sales at self-scan registers (original similar to H. B. No. 2356) - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Judiciary

 

       528.         By Sen. Laird - Requiring promulgation of legislative rule establishing level of capital project for certain higher education institutions (original similar to H. B. No. 4475) - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Education then Finance

 

       529.         By Sen. Cole, Barnes, Blair, Carmichael, M. Hall, Nohe and Walters - Redefining "recreational purposes" as to limiting landowners' liability (original similar to H. B. No. 4216) - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

       530.         By Sen. Cann, D. Hall, Kirkendoll, Yost, Tucker, Green, Plymale and Jenkins - Regulating carbon dioxide emissions from existing fossil fuel-fired electric generating units (original similar to H. B. No. 4346) - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary

 

       531.         By Sen. Stollings - Relating to licensing of funeral directors (original similar to H. B. No. 4540 and H. B. No. 4541) - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

       532.         By Sen. Unger and Stollings - Allowing certain military firefighters to become civilian firefighters - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       533.         By Sen. Miller and Williams - Updating commercial feed laws; setting fees by rule - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/26/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       534.         By Sen. Plymale, Prezioso, Kessler (Mr. President) and McCabe - Increasing excise tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products (original similar to H. B. No. 4191) - Introduced 2/11/14 - To Finance

 

     *535.        By Sen. Tucker, Laird, D. Hall and Miller - Clarifying definition of "ginseng" - Introduced 2/11/14 - To Natural Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       536.         By Sen. Stollings, Plymale, Unger, Yost, Kessler (Mr. President), Tucker, Cookman, Carmichael and Nohe - Granting in-state tuition to honorably discharged and injured veterans - Introduced 2/11/14 - To Education then Finance

 

       537.         By Sen. Edgell, Snyder and Kessler (Mr. President) - Providing state institutions may apply for alternative fee and tuition schedule - Introduced 2/11/14 - To Education

 

     *538.        By Sen. Snyder, Unger, Barnes, Cole and Carmichael - Adopting federal definition of "disabled veteran" for civil service and state contract bidding - Introduced 2/11/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/19/14

 

     *539.        By Sen. Green, Stollings, D. Hall, Cookman, Barnes, Carmichael and Nohe - Providing certain law-enforcement officers employed as school security be allowed to carry firearms (original same as H. B. No. 4501) - Introduced 2/11/14 - To Education then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/20/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - Passed Senate 2/26/14 - To House 2/27/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *540.        By Sen. Plymale, D. Hall, Green, Stollings and Jenkins - Requiring SSAC promulgate rules allowing college preparatory team recognition - Introduced 2/11/14 - To Education then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/14/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/19/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Education

 

       541.         By Sen. McCabe, Beach and Palumbo - Ensuring tenants with right to sublet have remedies for wrongful occupation of residential rental property - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary

 

       542.         By Sen. Wells, Unger, Jenkins, Plymale, Palumbo and Beach - Requiring notice to DEP for release of fluids or chemicals into groundwater, surface water or subsurface soils - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary

 

     *543.        By Sen. Edgell, Kessler (Mr. President), Jenkins, Carmichael, Cole, Williams, Plymale, Blair, D. Hall, M. Hall, Sypolt, Wells, Walters, Boley, Beach and Nohe - Creating Jobs Impact Statement Act (original similar to H. B. No. 4576 and S. B. No. 270) - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Economic Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/19/14

 

     *544.        By Sen. Laird and Cookman - Allowing sharing of juvenile records under certain circumstances with reciprocal states (original similar to H. B. No. 4504) - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Recommitted to Judiciary on 3rd reading 2/26/14

 

       545.         By Sen. Laird and Cookman - Authorizing Division of Juvenile Services establish Juvenile Trustee Fund and Juvenile Benefit Fund - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       546.         By Sen. Wells, Jenkins, Carmichael, Williams and D. Hall - Granting in-state tuition to military eligible for Post-9/11 GI Bill - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Education then Finance

 

       547.         By Sen. Palumbo, Beach and Nohe - Clarifying municipalities can increase and decrease voting wards and/or council members - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       548.         By Sen. Palumbo, Carmichael, Green, Stollings and Beach - Creating special one-day charitable event license to sell nonintoxicating beer (original similar to H. B. No. 4412) - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       549.         By Sen. Tucker, Palumbo, Plymale and Sypolt - Relating to child support obligations and orders (original same as H. B. No. 4453) - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Judiciary

 

       550.         By Sen. Miller, Jenkins, Carmichael, D. Hall, Sypolt and Green - Providing annual salary increase to Division of Corrections employees - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       551.         By Sen. Laird, Unger and Beach - Requiring municipal law-enforcement officers wear armored vests - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Government Organization

 

     *552.        By Sen. Plymale, Tucker, D. Hall and Palumbo - Increasing penalty related to transporting illegal controlled substances into state (original similar to H. B. No. 4013) - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *553.        By Sen. Edgell, Fitzsimmons, Cookman, Yost and Beach - Relating to deadlines for independent candidates to file for municipal elections (original same as H. B. No. 4491) - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate with amended title 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       554.         By Sen. Fitzsimmons and Yost - Providing for employees' health and safety in dry cutting and grinding of masonry - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Labor then Judiciary

 

       555.         By Sen. Cookman and Plymale - Relating to appointment of counsel for alleged protected persons (original same as H. B. No. 4565) - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *556.        By Sen. Cookman and Yost - Providing complimentary certified veterans' death certificates under certain circumstances - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Military then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Recommitted to Finance on 3rd reading 2/26/14

 

       557.         By Sen. Cookman and Unger - Authorizing additional circuit court judge (original same as H. B. No. 4509 - similar to H. B. No. 2310, H. B. No. 4140, H. B. No. 4193, H. B. No. 4205, S. B. No. 447 and S. B. No. 475) - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       558.         By Sen. Facemire, Edgell and Blair - Finding and declaring certain claims against state - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Finance - Amended - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/21/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/6/14 - Effective from passage

 

       559.         By Sen. Edgell, Fitzsimmons, Cookman, Wells, Miller, Walters, Plymale and Yost - Eliminating annual report late fees charged by Secretary of State (original same as H. B. No. 4525) - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/21/14 - To Finance

 

       560.         By Sen. Palumbo, Wells, D. Hall, Green, Stollings, Walters and McCabe - Including WVSU in Research Trust Fund; other provisions (original same as H. B. No. 4496) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Education then Finance

 

       561.         By Sen. Beach - Clarifying authority and discretion of Dealer Recovery Board to hear claims (original same as H. B. No. 4391) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

     *562.        By Sen. Chafin and Yost - Relating to training and compensation of county board of education members serving on RESAs (original same as H. B. No. 4597) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/20/14

 

       563.         By Sen. Chafin, Plymale, Fitzsimmons, Yost, D. Hall, Nohe, McCabe and Jenkins - Authorizing issuance of Autism Awareness license plates - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       564.         By Sen. Jenkins, Barnes, Blair, Boley, Carmichael, Cole, M. Hall, Miller, Sypolt, Walters and Nohe - Providing consumer identity theft protection under Obamacare (original similar to H. B. No. 4563 and H. B. No. 4564) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

 

       565.         By Sen. Plymale, Tucker and Barnes - Ensuring SWA Closure Cost Assistance Funds facilitate closure of certain county landfills (original similar to H. B. No. 4339) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary

 

     *566.        By Sen. Barnes, Beach, Laird, Snyder, Tucker, Walters, Nohe and Sypolt - Relating to domestic violence victims' eligibility for unemployment compensation benefits (original similar to H. B. No. 4209) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/19/14

 

       567.         By Sen. Cookman - Redesignating Division of Corrections as Department of Corrections - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       568.         By Sen. Fitzsimmons, Unger, Yost and Kessler (Mr. President) - Providing affirmative defense against mechanic's liens related to residential construction (original similar to H. B. No. 4347) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Judiciary

 

       569.         By Sen. Fitzsimmons, Cookman, Wells, Miller and Walters - Eliminating notarization of articles of incorporation for cooperative associations - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *570.        By Sen. Edgell, Fitzsimmons, Cookman, Wells, Miller and Walters - Exempting certain foreign corporations, companies and partnerships from SOS certificate of authority requirement (original same as H. B. No. 4512) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Judiciary

 

     *571.        By Sen. Stollings and Snyder - Distributing portion of Greyhound Breeder Development Fund previously dedicated to training facility construction (original same as H. B. No. 4511) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/19/14

 

       572.         By Sen. Tucker, Fitzsimmons and Edgell - Relating to financing statements covering as-extracted collateral or timber to be cut (original same as H. B. No. 4521) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       573.         By Sen. Yost, Edgell, D. Hall, Kirkendoll, Stollings, Tucker, Fitzsimmons and Cookman - Establishing cook-meal ratios for full-day and half-day school cooks - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Education then Finance

 

     *574.        By Sen. Tucker, Fitzsimmons and Edgell - Clarifying mobile home permanently attached to real estate is not personal property under certain conditions (original same as H. B. No. 4517) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

       575.         By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Laird, Kirkendoll, Edgell, Beach, Snyder, Facemire, Chafin, Green, Miller, Yost, D. Hall, Wells, Tucker, Jenkins and Fitzsimmons - Providing educational incentives and longevity pay for State Troopers (original same as H. B. No. 4550) - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       576.         By Sen. Walters, Beach, Blair, Sypolt, Tucker, Williams, Wells and Miller - Providing for construction of statewide fiber optic broadband infrastructure network - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

     *577.        By Sen. Cann, Beach, Edgell, Facemire, Fitzsimmons, Green, D. Hall, Kirkendoll, Miller, Tucker, Williams, Yost, Plymale and Snyder - Making Department of Corrections and DHHR subject to OSHA - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/25/14 - To Finance 2/25/14

 

       578.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Palumbo, Snyder, Edgell and Green - Providing for unitization of interests in horizontal oil and gas wells (original similar to H. B. No. 4558) - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary

 

     *579.        By Sen. Unger, Cookman, Edgell, Laird, Miller, Palumbo, Snyder, Stollings and Kessler (Mr. President) - Creating Land Reuse Agency Authorization Act - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/6/14

 

       580.         By Sen. Beach, Williams, Kessler (Mr. President), Cann, Cookman, Edgell, Facemire, Green, D. Hall, Laird, Stollings, Sypolt, Tucker, Walters, Wells, Yost and Plymale - Permitting wine sales at certain college and university sports stadiums - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/19/14

 

       581.         By Sen. Palumbo, M. Hall, Sypolt, Tucker and Williams - Relating to equipment movement in underground coal mines (original same as H. B. No. 4429) - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary

 

       582.         By Sen. Beach and McCabe - Providing for closure and sale of Clements State Tree Nursery - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Natural Resources then Government Organization

 

       583.         By Sen. Miller, Snyder, Fitzsimmons, D. Hall and Yost - Permitting emergency rule-making authority to implement Spay Neuter Assistance Program - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/21/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *584.        By Sen. Snyder - Relating to expiration and renewal of Board of Registration for Professional Engineers' certificates (original similar to H. B. No. 4574) - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       585.         By Sen. Palumbo - Removing unconstitutional language regarding access to rail lines - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       586.         By Sen. Palumbo - Removing unconstitutional language regarding jurors and verdicts permitted in certain civil litigation - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       587.         By Sen. D. Hall and Tucker - Requiring licensing of athletic trainers by Board of Physical Therapy (original same as H. B. No. 4413) - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Government Organization

 

       588.         By Sen. Palumbo and Plymale - Allowing law enforcement obtain DNA samples from certain arrestees (original similar to H. B. No. 4415) - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary

 

       589.         By Sen. Tucker, D. Hall, Fitzsimmons, Wells, Jenkins, Yost, Cann and Cookman - Authorizing issuance of Family of Fallen Hero license plates (original same as H. B. No. 4379) - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance

 

       590.         By Sen. Stollings and Palumbo - Creating Clearance for Access: Registry and Employment Screening Act (original similar to H. B. No. 4537) - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       591.         By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Beach and Edgell - Updating obsolete definitions of "solid waste" in DEP and solid waste management statutes - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary

 

       592.         By Sen. Yost, Beach, Fitzsimmons and Cann - Creating felony offense of knowingly leaving crash scene resulting in serious bodily injury - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/24/14

 

       593.         By Sen. Tucker and D. Hall - Authorizing issuance of limited lines travel insurance producer license (original same as H. B. No. 4487) - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/7/14 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/8/14

 

       594.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger and Cann - Allowing disposal of drill cuttings from well sites in commercial solid waste facilities - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary

 

       595.         By Sen. Green, Chafin, Facemire, D. Hall, Kirkendoll, Stollings and Tucker - Including waste management facilities and timber operations in facilities with protection against property crimes - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary

 

       596.         By Sen. Tucker - Modifying statute of limitations on demand note collections - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/18/14 - Recommitted to Banking and Insurance on 3rd reading 2/26/14

 

       597.         By Sen. Palumbo, Tucker, Snyder, D. Hall and Walters - Clarifying regulation of nonintoxicating beer brewers and distributors (original same as H. B. No. 4549) - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary

 

       598.         By Sen. Snyder, Unger, Fitzsimmons, Kessler (Mr. President), Wells and Yost - Providing excess Courtesy Patrol funds revert to Tourism Promotion Fund - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Finance

 

     *599.        By Sen. Stollings and Kirkendoll - Providing exemption from skilled nursing bed moratorium for speciality skilled nursing beds - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Referred to Finance on 2nd reading 2/18/14

 

     *600.        By Sen. Yost, Snyder, Miller, Laird, Edgell and Fitzsimmons - Relating to municipal ordinance compliance regarding dwellings unfit for habitation and vacant buildings and properties (original similar to H. B. No. 4583) - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/6/14

 

       601.         By Sen. Palumbo - Removing unconstitutional language regarding relief in circuit court against erroneous assessments - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *602.        By Sen. Stollings, Beach, Jenkins and Laird - Requiring health care providers wear ID badges - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Health and Human Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Health and Human Resources - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/6/14

 

     *603.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Miller, Facemire, Cann, Edgell, Green, D. Hall, McCabe, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale and Jenkins - Relating to testing for presence of methane in underground mines (original similar to H. B. No. 4551) - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - Reference dispensed - Amendments pending - Laid over until 2/26 - Laid over until 2/27 - Laid over until 2/28 - Laid over until 3/3 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 3/5/14 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/6/14

 

       604.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Green, Miller, Facemire, Cann, Edgell, D. Hall, Stollings, Unger, Plymale and Jenkins - Creating Coal Employment Enhancement Act (original similar to H. B. No. 3072) - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Economic Development then Finance - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/19/14

 

       605.         By Sen. Walters, McCabe, Palumbo and Wells - Creating Water Sustainability Institute (original similar to S. B. No. 622) - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Education then Finance

 

       606.         By Sen. Barnes, Tucker, Beach, Cann, Cookman, Edgell, Green, Laird, Miller, Palumbo, Sypolt, Plymale and Jenkins - Implementing exotic entertainment facility license surcharge - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       607.         By Sen. Barnes, Cann, Carmichael, Edgell, Green, Jenkins, Laird, Palumbo, Sypolt, Tucker, Plymale, Fitzsimmons, Yost, M. Hall, Cookman, D. Hall and Wells - Providing act of domestic violence or sexual offense by strangling is aggravated felony (original same as H. B. No. 4337) - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Judiciary

 

       608.         By Sen. Beach, Walters, Edgell, Unger, D. Hall and Wells - Relating to bicycle safety on roadways (original same as H. B. No. 4304) - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

       609.         By Sen. Fitzsimmons, Edgell, Yost, Kessler (Mr. President) and Jenkins - Requiring court-appointed special advocate program (original similar to H. B. No. 4401) - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       610.         By Sen. D. Hall - Requiring health insurance coverage for certain nonnarcotic pain relief systems - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/19/14

 

       611.         By Sen. D. Hall - Increasing county solid waste assessment fee; exemption - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       612.         By Sen. D. Hall, Williams and Stollings - Discontinuing moratorium on commercial rafting licenses on portion of New River (original similar to H. B. No. 4306) - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Natural Resources

 

       613.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale and Jenkins - Expanding definition of "eligible safety property" in Innovative Mine Safety Technology Tax Credit Act - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Economic Development then Finance - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/19/14

 

       614.         By Sen. Barnes, D. Hall, Laird, Tucker, Stollings, Cookman and Wells - Providing standard for determining when grandparent has standing for child custody - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Judiciary

 

       615.         By Sen. Fitzsimmons, Edgell, Yost and Kessler (Mr. President) - Creating flood zone homestead property tax exemption - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       616.         By Sen. Unger - Allowing receipt of gifts, donations and contributions by Division of Energy - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Energy then Finance

 

       617.         By Sen. Stollings - Terminating Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Technology Board of Examiners - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Government Organization

 

       618.         By Sen. Wells - Creating special class of taxicabs - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization

 

     *619.        By Sen. Tucker - Exempting certain critical access hospitals from certificate of need requirement - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Health and Human Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       620.         By Sen. Palumbo, Williams and D. Hall - Authorizing State Police Superintendent to hire additional staff - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

     *621.        By Sen. Fitzsimmons, Kessler (Mr. President), Edgell, Yost and Cookman - Authorizing insurers offer flood insurance - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Banking and Insurance - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 3/7/14

 

       622.         By Sen. Wells, Palumbo, Walters and McCabe - Creating Water Sustainability Institute (original similar to S. B. No. 605) - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Education then Finance

 

     *623.        By Sen. Palumbo, Tucker and Snyder - Requiring notification of certain substance abuse screening of mine personnel - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/18/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

       624.         By Sen. Yost - Establishing substance abuse screening circumstances requiring miner certification suspension or revocation - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary

 

       625.         By Sen. Beach - Amending code relating to practice of psychology (original same as H. B. No. 4477) - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

 

       626.         By Sen. Unger and Wells - Creating Elk River Spill Victims' Compensation Act of 2014 - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Natural Resources then Finance

 

       627.         By Sen. Miller - Creating Toxic Catastrophe Prevention Act (original same as H. B. No. 4515) - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

     *628.        By Sen. Unger, Yost and Stollings - Creating Healthy Children and Healthy Communities Act - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Select Committee on Children and Poverty then Health and Human Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - On 2nd reading to Health and Human Resources 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/28/14

 

       629.         By Sen. Chafin and Plymale - Creating misdemeanor offense for assault upon ABCC employee - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Judiciary

 

       630.         By Sen. Tucker and Plymale - Updating code relating to motor vehicle dealers, distributors, wholesalers and manufacturers (original same as H. B. No. 4611) - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary

 

       631.         By Sen. Snyder (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Extending time for Fayetteville City Council to meet as levying body - Introduced 2/21/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/26/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14


ALL SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS OFFERED

 

           1.         By Sen. Sypolt and Boley - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Initiative, Referendum and Recall Amendment (original similar to H. J. R. No. 27) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

           2.         By Sen. Sypolt and Miller - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Veto Session Amendment (original similar to SJR 8) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

           3.         By Sen. Sypolt, Jenkins and M. Hall - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Homestead Exemption Increase Amendment (original similar to H. J. R. No. 107, H. J. R. No. 11, H. J. R. No. 16, H. J. R. No. 17, H. J. R. No. 21, H. J. R. No. 23 and H. J. R. No. 9) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

           4.         By Sen. Snyder, Unger and Jenkins - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Homestead Exemption Calculation Amendment (original similar to H. J. R. No. 101 and H. J. R. No. 22) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

           5.         By Sen. Sypolt - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Marriage Protection Amendment (original similar to H. J. R. No. 10 and H. J. R. No. 34) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

           6.         By Sen. Barnes, Nohe and Jenkins - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Religious Freedom Guaranteed Amendment - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

           7.         By Sen. Wells and Carmichael - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Organization of Houses of Legislature Amendment - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

           8.         By Sen. Wells - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Veto Session Amendment (original similar to SJR 2) - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

           9.         By Sen. Barnes, Blair, Cann, Carmichael, Cole, Facemire, Green, D. Hall, M. Hall, Kirkendoll, Laird, Plymale, Sypolt, Tucker, Walters, Wells, Williams, Yost, Prezioso, Nohe, Miller, Jenkins, Edgell and Stollings - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Right to Hunt and Fish in WV Amendment (original similar to H. J. R. No. 103 and SJR 10) - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       *10.        By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Jenkins, D. Hall, Tucker, Stollings, Cookman, Yost, Fitzsimmons, M. Hall, Beach, Prezioso, Miller, Laird, Cann and Williams - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Right to Hunt and Fish in WV Amendment (original similar to H. J. R. No. 103 and SJR 9) - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/14/14 - To Finance 2/14/14 - Rereferred to Finance on 2nd reading 2/21/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 2/26/14 - To House 2/27/14 - To Judiciary

 

         11.         By Sen. Wells and Plymale - Proposing constitutional amendment designated More Accessible Legislature Amendment - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       *12.        By Sen. Unger, Beach, Cann, Cookman, Fitzsimmons, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Snyder, Wells, Yost, Chafin, Carmichael, Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President) and Green - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Protecting and Conserving West Virginia's Water Resources for the Use and Benefit of its Citizens Amendment - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/19/14 - Amended on 3rd reading - Adopted by Senate with amended title 2/26/14 - To House 2/27/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 3rd reading, Daily Calendar 3/8/14

 

         13.         By Sen. Boley, Blair, Cole, Jenkins, Nohe, Sypolt and Walters - Proposing constitutional amendment designated School Board Election Amendment (original same as H. J. R. No. 106) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Judiciary then Finance

 

       *14.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Wells, Fitzsimmons, Beach, Plymale, D. Hall, Snyder, Yost, Cann, Cookman, Laird, Jenkins and Miller - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Future Fund Amendment - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/20/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 2/26/14 - To House 2/27/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amendments pending - On 3rd reading with right to amend, Daily Calendar 3/8/14


ALL SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS OFFERED

 

         *1.        By Sen. Barnes and Tucker - Requesting DOH name Becky's Creek Bridge, Randolph County, "U. S. Army Sgt. Cecil W. Kittle, Jr., Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/8/14 - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - Adopted by Senate 1/29/14 - To House 1/30/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 1/30/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Amended - Adopted by House 2/27/14 - Senate concurred in House amendment 2/28/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/28/14

 

         *2.        By Sen. Cann and Yost - Requesting DOH name bridge in Harrison County "U. S. Navy Petty Officer First Class Kevin S. Rux Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/10/14 - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - Adopted by Senate 1/29/14 - To House 1/30/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 1/30/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 2/24/14

 

         *3.        By Sen. Cann and Yost - Requesting DOH name bridge in Gypsy, Harrison County, "U. S. Navy Seaman First Class Sam Lopez Bridge" - Introduced 1/10/14 - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - Adopted by Senate 1/29/14 - To House 1/30/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 1/30/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 2/24/14

 

           4.         By Sen. Cann and Yost - Requesting DOH name new bridge crossing West Fork of Monongahela River at Shinnston "Veterans Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/10/14 - Adopted by Senate 1/22/14 - To House 1/23/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 1/23/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 2/24/14

 

           5.         By Sen. Wells, McCabe, Palumbo, Walters, Yost and Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge in Kanawha County "Army PFC William Floyd Harrison Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/10/14 - Adopted by Senate 1/22/14 - To House 1/23/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 1/23/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 2/24/14

 

           6.         By Sen. Wells, Yost, Boley, Edgell, Fitzsimmons, Jenkins, Stollings, Plymale, Snyder, Laird, Miller and Cookman - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study veterans, active duty and National Guard members' issues - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Military then Rules - To Rules 3/4/14

 

           7.         By Sen. Beach, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Miller, Williams, Jenkins, Prezioso, Wells, D. Hall, Stollings and Cann - Requesting Star City interchange on I-79 in Morgantown be named "Michael A. Oliverio, Sr., Interchange" - Introduced 1/16/14 - Adopted by Senate 1/21/14 - To House 1/22/14 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 1/22/14

 

         *8.        By Sen. Cann, Stollings, Plymale and Wells - Requesting DOH name bridge in West Milford, Harrison County, "USMC Cpl. Gene William Somers, Jr., Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/17/14 - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - Adopted by Senate 1/29/14 - To House 1/30/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 1/30/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 2/24/14

 

         *9.        By Sen. Cookman, Stollings, Plymale, Wells and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name portion of U. S. Rt. 522 "Trooper First Class Thomas Dean Hercules and Trooper Charles Henry Johnson Memorial Highway" - Introduced 1/17/14 - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - Adopted by Senate 1/29/14 - To House 1/30/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 1/30/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 2/24/14

 

       *10.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Switzer, Logan County, "U. S. Army Cpl. James Melvin 'Pete' Spradlin Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/21/14 - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - Adopted by Senate 1/29/14 - To House 1/30/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 1/30/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 2/24/14

 

       *11.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Logan "U. S. Army Major Thomas McElwain Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/21/14 - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - Adopted by Senate 1/29/14 - To House 1/30/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 1/30/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 2/24/14

 

         12.         By Sen. Laird, Kessler (Mr. President), Palumbo, Unger and Plymale - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study funding sources for law-enforcement training and certification programs - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Finance then Rules - To Rules 2/19/14

 

       *13.        By Sen. Cann, Prezioso and Beach - Requesting DOH name bridge on Rt. 58 in Anmoore "U. S. Army PFC Nick A. Cavallaro Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/22/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/5/14 - To House 2/6/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/6/14

 

       *14.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Beach, Jenkins, Edgell and Plymale - Requesting DOH name bridge crossing Madison Creek, Logan County, "U. S. Army Sergeant Bernard C. Maynard Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/23/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/5/14 - To House 2/6/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/6/14

 

       *15.        By Sen. Plymale, Beach, Stollings, Jenkins and Edgell - Requesting DOH name bridge on Rt. 2, Cabell County, "U. S. Army PFC Homer 'Clyde' Farley and U. S. Army PFC Max O. Farley Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/23/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/5/14 - To House 2/6/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/6/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 3/6/14

 

         16.         By Sen. Edgell, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Plymale, Stollings, D. Hall, Jenkins and Fitzsimmons - Urging Congress revise Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012 - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Banking and Insurance 1/27/14

 

       *17.        By Sen. Laird, Miller, Unger, Plymale, Stollings, Cole and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Greenbrier County "U. S. Army Sgt. James Lee Holcomb Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/24/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/5/14 - To House 2/6/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/6/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 3/6/14

 

         18.         By Sen. Prezioso, Plymale, Edgell, Unger, Stollings, Laird, Kessler (Mr. President), Snyder, Jenkins, McCabe, Beach, Fitzsimmons and D. Hall - Recognizing additional higher education funding cuts to be detrimental - Introduced 1/27/14 - Referred to Rules 2/7/14

 

       *19.        By Sen. Stollings, Kirkendoll, Unger, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Lincoln County "U. S. Army Sergeant Paul Norman Chapman Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/28/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/5/14 - To House 2/6/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/6/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 3/6/14

 

         20.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Barnes, Blair, Cann, Carmichael, Cole, M. Hall, Kirkendoll, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Palumbo, Stollings, Sypolt, Walters, Wells, Williams, Yost, Snyder, Tucker, Plymale, Prezioso, Cookman, Fitzsimmons, Jenkins and D. Hall - Recognizing value and importance of state's innovation industry - Introduced 1/28/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/13/14 - To House 2/14/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/14/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 3/6/14

 

       *21.        By Sen. Green, Stollings, Cole, D. Hall and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Raleigh County "U. S. Army PFC Shelby Dean Stover Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/29/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/18/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/20/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 3/6/14

 

         22.         By Sen. Cookman, Plymale and Blair - Requesting DOH name I-81 overpass "Deputy John L. Burkett III Memorial Overpass" - Introduced 1/30/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/18/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/20/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Amended - Adopted by House 3/3/14 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendment and adopted resolution 3/4/14

 

       *23.        By Sen. Stollings, Kirkendoll, Cole, Chafin, Jenkins and Wells - Requesting DOH name bridge in Boone County "USMC PFC Marshall Lee King Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/3/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/18/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/20/14

 

         24.         By Sen. D. Hall, Green, Jenkins, Tucker, Yost, Cole and Laird - Designating Raleigh County Veterans Museum as WV Veterans Museum - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Military then Government Organization - To Military 2/5/14

 

       *25.        By Sen. Plymale, Unger, Stollings, Cole and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name portion of State Rt. 37 "U. S. Army SP4 Darrell W. Sanders Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/5/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/18/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/20/14

 

         26.         By Sen. Plymale, Unger, Stollings, Cole and Jenkins - Requesting DOH rename County Rt. 35/3 in Wayne County "Stonewall Veterans Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/18/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/20/14

 

         27.         By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings, Plymale, Laird, McCabe, Prezioso, Yost, Wells, Miller, Cookman, Palumbo and Jenkins - Urging President and Congress establish provisions to prevent and respond to chemical spills in state and national waters - Introduced 2/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/12/14 - To House 2/13/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/13/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 3/6/14

 

       *28.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Unger and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name road in Logan County "Joshua Walls Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/7/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/18/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/20/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Amended - Adopted by House 3/6/14

 

       *29.        By Sen. D. Hall, Green, Jenkins, Beach, Stollings and Cole - Requesting DOH erect sign in Raleigh County "Home of Bill Withers" - Introduced 2/10/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/25/14

 

         30.         By Sen. Williams, Unger, D. Hall, Sypolt and Edgell - Requesting DOH name bridge crossing Middle Fork River "Army Sergeant John A. Charnoplosky Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/14

 

         31.         By Sen. Tucker, Barnes, Plymale, Stollings, Unger, Jenkins, Williams, D. Hall, Palumbo, McCabe, Beach and Fitzsimmons - Recognizing National Radio Astronomy Observatory's Center for STEM Education - Introduced 2/12/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/19/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/20/14

 

         32.         By Sen. Beach, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings and Plymale - Requesting DOH name bridge in Calhoun County "U. S. Army Sergeant Robert Odell Orders Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/13/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/18/14 - To House 2/19/14 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 2/19/14

 

         33.         By Sen. Chafin, Stollings, Cole, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name County Rt. 15 in Mercer County "River Road Music Heritage Trail" - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14

 

       *34.        By Sen. Edgell, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings and Plymale - Requesting DOH name bridge in Tyler County "U. S. Army Staff Sgt. Jesse A. Ault Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/13/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/25/14

 

         35.         By Sen. Stollings, Kirkendoll, Plymale, Unger and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name portion of Rt. 17 in Boone County "Army Specialist 4 Larry E. Nunnery, Sr., Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/17/14

 

       *36.        By Sen. Palumbo, McCabe, Walters, Wells, Unger and Stollings - Requesting DOH name portion of Rt. 25 in Kanawha County "U. S. Army Sgt. James Lawrence Taylor Memorial Road" - Introduced 2/17/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/25/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/26/14

 

       *37.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Unger, Jenkins and Cole - Requesting DOH name Rt. 10 in Logan County "USMC Lance Corporal Larry G. Williamson Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/17/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/25/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/26/14

 

         38.         By Sen. Plymale, Unger, Stollings, Prezioso, D. Hall and Wells - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study development of comprehensive early childhood program - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Education then Rules - To Rules 2/20/14

 

       *39.        By Sen. Stollings, Kirkendoll, Unger, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name road in Boone County "U. S. Army Sgt. Andy Messer Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/18/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/3/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/3/14 - To House 3/3/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/3/14

 

       *40.        By Sen. Stollings, Kirkendoll, Unger, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name Joe's Creek Road in Lincoln County "U. S. Army PFC John E. Runyan Memorial Road" - Introduced 2/18/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/25/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/26/14

 

       *41.        By Sen. Chafin, Stollings, Jenkins, D. Hall and Cole - Requesting DOH name portion of Rt. 83 in McDowell County "U. S. Army MSG Joe C. Alderman Memorial Road" - Introduced 2/18/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/25/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/26/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Amended - Adopted by House 3/6/14

 

         42.         By Sen. Miller, Williams, Laird, Cookman, Beach, Tucker, Sypolt and Nohe (Originating in Senate Agriculture and Rural Development) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study farmers market vendors - Introduced 2/18/14 - Referred to Rules 2/18/14

 

       *43.        By Sen. M. Hall, Carmichael and Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge in Putnam County "U. S. Army Sgt. Deforest Lee Talbert Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/19/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/3/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/3/14 - To House 3/3/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/3/14

 

       *44.        By Sen. Prezioso, Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President), Cann, Beach and Edgell - Requesting DOH name bridge in Marion County "Sheriff Junior Slaughter Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/19/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/3/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/3/14 - To House 3/3/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/3/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 3/6/14

 

       *45.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name Smoke House Fork Crawley Creek Road in Logan County "U. S. Army Colonel Anna M. Butcher Road" - Introduced 2/21/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/3/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/3/14 - To House 3/3/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/3/14

 

         46.         By Sen. D. Hall, Stollings, Plymale, Tucker, Jenkins and Green - Requesting DOH renovate Toney's Fork Road for use as state road into Beckley - Introduced 2/21/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/24/14

 

         47.         By Sen. Laird, Stollings, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH rename Mill Road/Garden Ground Mountain Road "Jack Furst Drive" - Introduced 2/21/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/24/14

 

         48.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name portion of Rt. 10 in Man, "U. S. Army SP4 Terry Robert Albright Memorial Road" - Introduced 2/21/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/3/14 - To House 3/3/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/3/14

 

         49.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Kirkendoll, Plymale, Tucker, Boley, Cole, M. Hall and Walters (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study responsibilities for child protection and care - Introduced 2/21/14 - Referred to Rules 2/21/14

 

       *50.        By Sen. Miller, Laird, Plymale, Jenkins, Green, Cole, Unger and Wells - Requesting DOH name portion of State Rt. 20, Hinton, Summers County, "USMC Sgt. Mecot E. Camara Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/24/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/14 - To House 3/5/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/5/14

 

         51.         By Sen. Chafin, Plymale, Jenkins, Green and Cole - Requesting DOH name bridge in Wayne County, "Wilburn George 'Button' Meredith Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/24/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/25/14

 

       *52.        By Sen. Wells, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale, Jenkins, D. Hall, Green, Edgell, Cookman, Yost and Unger - Requesting DOH place signage along highways entering WV honoring fallen veterans and Gold Star Families - Introduced 2/24/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/14 - To House 3/5/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/5/14

 

         53.         By Sen. Laird, Miller, Plymale, Jenkins, Green and Unger - Requesting DOH name portions of County Rt. 82, Fayette County, "Deputy Roger Lee Treadway Memorial Road" - Introduced 2/24/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/25/14

 

         54.         By Sen. D. Hall, Stollings, Plymale, Unger, Wells, Cole, Green and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name U. S. Rt. 54/6 in Wyoming County "Virginia & U. S. Army Major Woodrow Cook Memorial Road" - Introduced 2/25/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/14 - To House 3/5/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/5/14

 

         55.         By Sen. Laird, Miller, Stollings, Unger, Green and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Fayette County "Tygrett Brothers Seven Veterans Bridge" - Introduced 2/25/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/14 - To House 3/5/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/5/14

 

         56.         By Sen. Tucker and Fitzsimmons (Originating in Senate Banking and Insurance) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study consumer protection for residential roof storm damage - Introduced 2/25/14 - Referred to Rules 2/25/14

 

         57.         By Sen. Tucker, Fitzsimmons, Barnes, Green, D. Hall, McCabe, Palumbo, M. Hall, Nohe and Walters (Originating in Senate Banking and Insurance) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study financial solvency of volunteer and part-volunteer fire companies - Introduced 2/25/14 - Referred to Rules 2/25/14

 

         58.         By Sen. Chafin, Cole, Stollings, Jenkins and Green - Requesting DOH name portion of Rt. 8 in Mingo County "Valentine 'Wall' Hatfield Road" - Introduced 2/26/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/27/14

 

       *59.        By Sen. Cann, Prezioso, Beach, Edgell, Plymale, Stollings, Unger and Green - Requesting DOH name bridge on I-79 in Harrison County south "U. S. Army PFC Nick A. Cavallaro Memorial Bridge" and north "U. S. Army SSGT Benjamin T. Portaro Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/26/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/14 - To House 3/5/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/5/14

 

         60.         By Sen. Prezioso, Edgell, Plymale, Stollings, Unger and Green - Requesting DOH name section of Rt. 1 in Marion County "USAF Sergeant Jerome E. Kiger Memorial Road" - Introduced 2/26/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/14 - To House 3/5/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/5/14

 

         61.         By Sen. Beach, Kirkendoll, Fitzsimmons, Williams, Barnes, Cole and Walters (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study broadband middle mile - Introduced 2/26/14 - Referred to Rules 2/26/14

 

         62.         By Sen. Beach, Kirkendoll, Fitzsimmons, Williams, Barnes, Cole and Walters (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study naming transportation structures by resolution - Introduced 2/26/14 - Referred to Rules 2/26/14

 

         63.         By Sen. Beach, Kirkendoll, Fitzsimmons, Williams, Barnes, Cole and Walters (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study discounts and credits to motor vehicle fuel suppliers - Introduced 2/26/14 - Referred to Rules 2/26/14

 

         64.         By Sen. Snyder and Miller (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study elimination of extraneous boards, commissions, etc. - Introduced 2/26/14 - Referred to Rules 2/26/14

 

         65.         By Sen. Snyder and Miller - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study organization of DHHR - Introduced 2/26/14 - Referred to Rules 2/26/14

 

         66.         By Sen. Stollings, Snyder and D. Hall - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study expansion of pari-mutuel wagering - Introduced 2/27/14 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Judiciary 2/28/14

 

         67.         By Sen. McCabe, Barnes, Beach, Blair, Cann, Carmichael, Cole, Cookman, Edgell, Facemire, Fitzsimmons, M. Hall, Laird, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Stollings, Tucker, Walters, Wells, Williams, Yost and D. Hall - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study probate process - Introduced 2/27/14 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Judiciary 2/28/14

 

         68.         By Sen. Unger, Palumbo, Plymale, Snyder, Stollings, McCabe, Wells, Jenkins, D. Hall and Laird - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study housing quality and affordability - Introduced 2/27/14 - To Judiciary then Rules - To Judiciary 2/28/14

 

         69.         By Sen. Stollings, Plymale, Unger, Wells, Jenkins, D. Hall and Laird - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study nurse staffing in health care facilities - Introduced 2/27/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - To Health and Human Resources 2/28/14

 

         70.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Wells, D. Hall and Laird - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study certified professional midwives' licensing - Introduced 2/27/14 - To Government Organization then Rules - To Government Organization 2/28/14

 

         71.         By Sen. Snyder and Miller (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study State Building Code enforcement - Introduced 2/27/14 - Referred to Rules 2/27/14

 

       *72.        By Sen. Chafin, Cole, Stollings, Jenkins, D. Hall, Green and Plymale - Requesting DOH name bridge on Rt. 16, War, McDowell County "U. S. Army SFC Anthony Barton Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/28/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/6/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14 - To House 3/7/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/14

 

       *73.        By Sen. Green and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Raleigh County "U. S. Army PFC Arland W. Hatcher Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 3/3/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/6/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14 - To House 3/7/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/14

 

         74.         By Sen. Cookman and Kirkendoll (Originating in Senate Pensions) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study mental hygiene commissioners' inclusion in PERS - Introduced 3/3/14 - Referred to Rules 3/3/14

 

         75.         By Sen. Beach, Kirkendoll, Fitzsimmons, Plymale, Williams, Cole and Walters (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study county participation in transportation infrastructure construction - Introduced 3/3/14 - Referred to Rules 3/3/14

 

         76.         By Sen. Beach, Kirkendoll, Fitzsimmons, Plymale, Williams, Cole and Walters (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study special class of taxicabs - Introduced 3/3/14 - Referred to Rules 3/3/14

 

         77.         By Sen. Beach, Kirkendoll, Fitzsimmons, Plymale, Williams, Cole and Walters (Originating in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study land uses within airport runway protection zones - Introduced 3/3/14 - Referred to Rules 3/3/14

 

         78.         By Sen. Tucker and McCabe (Originating in Senate Banking and Insurance) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study bank borrowing terms to insurance companies - Introduced 3/3/14 - Referred to Rules 3/3/14

 

         79.         By Sen. Miller, Williams, Laird, Cookman, Beach, D. Hall, Nohe and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Agriculture and Rural Development) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study cottage food industries and small farms - Introduced 3/3/14 - Referred to Rules 3/3/14

 

         80.         By Sen. Cann, Barnes, Boley, Facemire, Kirkendoll, Nohe, Snyder, Stollings and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Energy, Industry and Mining) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study electric power production - Introduced 3/4/14 - Referred to Rules 3/4/14

 

         81.         By Sen. Miller, Barnes, Beach, Blair, Cann, Cookman, McCabe, Sypolt and Wells (Originating in Senate Economic Development) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study craft beer business - Introduced 3/4/14 - Referred to Rules 3/4/14

 

         82.         By Sen. Snyder, Miller, Blair, Cann, Cookman, Fitzsimmons, Green, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Stollings, Sypolt, Williams and Yost (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study restructuring correctional agencies under MAPS - Introduced 3/4/14 - Referred to Rules 3/4/14

 

         83.         By Sen. Snyder, Miller, Blair, Cann, Cookman, Fitzsimmons, Green, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Stollings, Sypolt, Williams and Yost (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Purchasing Division's oversight of state contract change orders - Introduced 3/4/14 - Referred to Rules 3/4/14

 

         84.         By Sen. Snyder, Miller, Blair, Cann, Cookman, Fitzsimmons, Green, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Stollings, Sypolt, Williams and Yost (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study implementation of advertising program to promote tourism - Introduced 3/4/14 - Referred to Rules 3/4/14

 

         85.         By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Blair, Boley, Cann, Carmichael, Facemire, Green, M. Hall, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Laird, McCabe, Nohe, Plymale, Snyder, Stollings, Walters, Wells, Williams, Yost and D. Hall - Requesting Joint Legislative Oversight Commission on State Water Resources study water infrastructure - Introduced 3/6/14 - To Natural Resources then Rules - To Natural Resources 3/7/14

 

         86.         By Sen. Blair, Kessler (Mr. President), Barnes, Beach, Boley, Cann, Carmichael, Chafin, Cole, Cookman, Edgell, Facemire, Fitzsimmons, Green, D. Hall, M. Hall, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Nohe, Palumbo, Plymale, Snyder, Sypolt, Tucker, Unger, Walters, Wells, Williams, Yost, Stollings and Prezioso - Requesting School Building Authority waive matching requirements and fund needed improvements for School for Deaf and Blind - Introduced 3/6/14 - To Education then Rules - To Education 3/7/14

 

         87.         By Sen. Palumbo, Yost, Unger, D. Hall, Green and McCabe - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study behavioral health spending on community-based support services - Introduced 3/6/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - To Health and Human Resources 3/7/14

 

         88.         By Sen. Laird, McCabe, Cookman, Facemire and Walters (Originating in Senate Natural Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study financial aspects of state parks' and forests' amenities - Introduced 3/6/14 - Referred to Rules 3/6/14

 

         89.         By Sen. Laird, McCabe, Cookman, Facemire and Walters (Originating in Senate Natural Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study reassignment of five wildlife management areas to DNR Wildlife Resources Section - Introduced 3/6/14 - Referred to Rules 3/6/14

 

         90.         By Sen. Snyder, Miller, Blair, Boley, Cann, Cookman, Fitzsimmons, Green, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Stollings, Sypolt, Williams and Yost (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study moving Forensic Lab to Supreme Court - Introduced 3/6/14 - Referred to Rules 3/6/14

 

         91.         By Sen. Prezioso, Facemire, Edgell, Plymale, McCabe, Wells, Chafin, Yost, Unger, Stollings, Laird, M. Hall, Blair, Barnes, Boley and Sypolt (Originating in Senate Finance) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study group government-managed retirement savings plan - Introduced 3/6/14 - Referred to Rules 3/6/14

 

         92.         By Sen. Stollings, Yost and D. Hall - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study reimbursement rates for mental health therapy services - Introduced 3/7/14 - On Unfinished Business 3/8/14

 

         93.         By Sen. Stollings and Yost - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study effects of tanning beds use and cancer - Introduced 3/7/14 - On Unfinished Business 3/8/14

 

         94.         By Sen. Boley, Barnes, Blair, Carmichael, Cole, M. Hall, Jenkins, Nohe, Sypolt and Walters - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study Common Core Standards - Introduced 3/7/14 - On Unfinished Business 3/8/14

 

         95.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Kirkendoll, Miller, Palumbo, Plymale, Tucker, Yost, Boley, Cole, M. Hall and Walters (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study long-term care planning - Introduced 3/7/14 - Referred to Rules 3/7/14

 

         96.         Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study air-ambulance companies - Introduced 3/7/14 - Referred to Rules 3/7/14

 

         97.         By Sen. Plymale (Originating in Senate Education) - Requesting Joint Committee on Government and Finance study SSAC - Introduced 3/7/14 - Referred to Rules 3/7/14


ALL SENATE RESOLUTIONS OFFERED

 

           1.         By Sen. Unger - Raising committee to notify House Senate has assembled - Introduced 1/8/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/8/14

 

           2.         By Sen. Unger - Raising committee to notify Governor Legislature has assembled - Introduced 1/8/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/8/14

 

           3.         By Sen. Williams, Sypolt, Cookman, Blair, Plymale, Prezioso, Yost, Beach, Jenkins, Green, Miller, Laird, McCabe, Stollings, D. Hall and Fitzsimmons - Honoring Harley Orrin Staggers, Sr. - Introduced 1/9/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/9/14

 

           4.         By Sen. Beach, Plymale, Prezioso, Yost, Williams, Green, Stollings, D. Hall and Palumbo - Celebrating Monongalia County - Introduced 1/9/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/9/14

 

           5.         By Sen. Prezioso - Authorizing appointment of 2014 session employees - Introduced 1/10/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/10/14

 

           6.         By Sen. Edgell, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Stollings, Yost, Williams, Beach, Sypolt, Cann, Jenkins, Laird, D. Hall, Plymale, Wells and Fitzsimmons - Designating Crime Victims Day at Legislature - Introduced 1/15/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/15/14

 

           7.         By Sen. Palumbo, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Plymale, Stollings, Jenkins, Walters, Cole, Barnes and Carmichael - Designating Generation West Virginia Day - Introduced 1/20/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/20/14

 

           8.         By Sen. Fitzsimmons, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Cookman, Stollings, Yost, Miller, Plymale, Jenkins, Prezioso, Beach, Cann and McCabe - Designating West Virginia Kids at Risk Day - Introduced 1/22/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/22/14

 

           9.         By Sen. Green, D. Hall, Laird, Miller, Tucker, Yost, Wells, Stollings, Jenkins and Carmichael - Urging construction of state veterans' nursing home in Beckley - Introduced 1/27/14 - To Military 1/28/14

 

         10.         By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale, Snyder, Stollings, Beach and Williams - Recognizing Leadership Berkeley - Introduced 1/27/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/27/14

 

         11.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Barnes, Blair, Cann, Carmichael, Cole, M. Hall, Kirkendoll, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Palumbo, Stollings, Sypolt, Walters, Wells, Williams, Yost, Snyder, Tucker, Plymale, Prezioso, Cookman, Fitzsimmons, Jenkins and D. Hall - Recognizing value and importance of state's innovation industry - Introduced 1/29/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 1/29/14

 

         12.         By Sen. Walters, Barnes, Blair, Boley, Carmichael, Cole, M. Hall, Jenkins, Nohe and Sypolt - Amending Senate Rule No. 28 relating to setting committee agendas - Introduced 2/3/14 - Rejected 2/10/14

 

         13.         By Sen. Barnes, Tucker, Plymale, Yost, Wells, D. Hall, Stollings, Williams, Miller and Sypolt - Designating Randolph County Day - Introduced 2/3/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/3/14

 

         14.         By Sen. Unger, Plymale, Snyder, Yost, Prezioso, Wells, McCabe, Stollings, Williams and Miller - Recognizing Leadership Jefferson - Introduced 2/3/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/3/14

 

         15.         By Sen. Stollings, Unger, Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), Yost, McCabe, Wells, Miller, Laird, Snyder, Beach, D. Hall, Jenkins, Green and Barnes - Recognizing social workers in WV - Introduced 2/5/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/5/14

 

         16.         By Sen. Sypolt, Unger, Stollings, Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), Yost, Williams, Miller, Beach and Barnes - Designating Preston County Day - Introduced 2/5/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/5/14

 

         17.         By Sen. Green, D. Hall, Unger, Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President), Cole, Wells, Miller, Jenkins and Barnes - Recognizing Pinnacle Blue Mine Rescue Team - Introduced 2/5/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/5/14

 

         18.         By Sen. Unger, Stollings, Plymale, Laird, D. Hall, Miller and Fitzsimmons - Recognizing Community Development Hub's Communities of Achievement Program - Introduced 2/6/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/6/14

 

         19.         By Sen. Stollings, Plymale, Unger, Jenkins, Kessler (Mr. President), Laird and Fitzsimmons - Recognizing organ procurement organizations - Introduced 2/6/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/6/14

 

         20.         By Sen. Miller, Laird, Stollings, Plymale, Unger, Jenkins, Kessler (Mr. President), D. Hall, Prezioso, Beach, Green, McCabe and Fitzsimmons - Recognizing School of Osteopathic Medicine - Introduced 2/6/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/6/14

 

         21.         By Sen. Plymale, Kirkendoll, Kessler (Mr. President), Wells, Stollings, Jenkins and Yost - Urging Supervalu, Inc., reconsider closing Milton warehouse - Introduced 2/7/14 - To Economic Development 2/10/14

 

         22.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Miller, Palumbo and Plymale (Originating in Senate Health and Human Resources) - Urging Congress amend Food and Nutrition Act of 2008 - Introduced 2/7/14 - Referred to Rules 2/7/14

 

         23.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Wells, McCabe, Snyder, Fitzsimmons, Cookman, Yost and Beach - Designating Fairness West Virginia Day - Introduced 2/10/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/10/14

 

         24.         By Sen. Green, D. Hall, Plymale, Unger, Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President), Jenkins, Williams, Tucker, Laird and Miller - Recognizing Steve Antoline, 2014 Outstanding Tree Farmer - Introduced 2/11/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/11/14

 

         25.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings, Unger, Jenkins, Williams, Plymale, Yost, D. Hall, Palumbo, Green, Edgell, Wells, McCabe, Beach and Fitzsimmons - Recognizing Women's Commission on Women's Day - Introduced 2/12/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/12/14

 

         26.         By Sen. Plymale, Stollings, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Jenkins, Carmichael, Cole, Williams, Tucker, Yost, D. Hall, Palumbo, Green, Edgell, Wells, McCabe and Fitzsimmons - Designating Marshall University Day - Introduced 2/12/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/12/14

 

         27.         By Sen. Fitzsimmons, Beach, Cann, Chafin, Cookman, Edgell, Facemire, Kirkendoll, Williams, Yost, Snyder and Green - Amending Rules of Senate relating to witnesses before committees - Introduced 2/12/14 - Referred to Judiciary 2/19/14

 

         28.         By Sen. Chafin - Honoring Senator Jack Yost - Introduced 2/12/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/12/14

 

         29.         By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Snyder, Yost and Jenkins - Recognizing Doc for a Day Program - Introduced 2/13/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/13/14

 

         30.         By Sen. Laird, Stollings, Unger, Jenkins, Wells, D. Hall, Snyder, McCabe, Green, Beach, Kessler (Mr. President), Edgell, Fitzsimmons, Yost, Prezioso, Cookman and Miller - Designating Corrections Day - Introduced 2/14/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/14/14

 

         31.         By Sen. Wells, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale, Fitzsimmons, Snyder, Unger, Williams, Yost, Stollings, Prezioso, Jenkins, D. Hall and McCabe - Designating Veterans Visibility Day - Introduced 2/17/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/17/14

 

         32.         By Sen. McCabe, Wells, Palumbo, Walters, Kessler (Mr. President), Barnes, Beach, Cann, Carmichael, Chafin, Cookman, Edgell, Green, M. Hall, Plymale, Sypolt, Unger, Williams, Snyder, Stollings, Fitzsimmons, Yost, Jenkins, Cole, D. Hall and Prezioso - Designating WV State University Day - Introduced 2/18/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/18/14

 

         33.         By Sen. Walters, Stollings, Fitzsimmons, Yost, Plymale and D. Hall - Recognizing Linsly School - Introduced 2/18/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/18/14

 

         34.         By Sen. Miller, Snyder, Stollings, D. Hall, Jenkins, Laird, Cole, Fitzsimmons and Green - Recognizing Greenbrier Valley Polar Bear Plunge Club - Introduced 2/19/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/19/14

 

         35.         By Sen. Stollings, Snyder, Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), Yost, D. Hall, Jenkins, Laird, Prezioso, Carmichael, Cole, Beach, Fitzsimmons, Edgell and Green - Designating Disability Advocacy Day - Introduced 2/19/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/19/14

 

         36.         By Sen. Plymale, Wells, Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings, Williams, Tucker, Snyder, Cole, Jenkins, D. Hall, Green, McCabe and Prezioso - Designating Higher Education Day - Introduced 2/21/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/21/14

 

         37.         By Sen. Wells, McCabe, Palumbo, Walters, Stollings, Plymale, Unger, Fitzsimmons, Green, Kessler (Mr. President), D. Hall and Jenkins - Recognizing Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences - Introduced 2/25/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/25/14

 

         38.         By Sen. Beach, Stollings, Fitzsimmons, Miller, McCabe, Wells, Edgell, Plymale, Cann, Unger, Yost, Prezioso, Kessler (Mr. President), Snyder, D. Hall, Jenkins, Green and Williams - Designating Nurses Unity Day - Introduced 2/26/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/26/14

 

         39.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale, Snyder, Stollings, Yost, Unger, Beach, McCabe, Wells, Fitzsimmons, D. Hall, Jenkins and Laird - Recognizing Community Action Agencies - Introduced 2/27/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/27/14

 

         40.         By Sen. Stollings, Kirkendoll, Plymale, Unger, D. Hall, Jenkins and Kessler (Mr. President) - Recognizing Lincoln Public Service District - Introduced 2/27/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/27/14

 

         41.         By Sen. Unger, Palumbo, Plymale, Snyder, Stollings, Yost, Beach, Kessler (Mr. President), McCabe, Wells, Fitzsimmons, Jenkins, D. Hall and Laird - Designating Housing Day - Introduced 2/27/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/27/14

 

         42.         By Sen. Wells, Stollings, Yost, Jenkins, D. Hall, Unger, Green, Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President) and Fitzsimmons - Memorializing life of Lance Corporal Adam Johnson Crumpler - Introduced 2/28/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 2/28/14

 

         43.         By Sen. Chafin, Cole, Williams, Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), McCabe, Wells, Yost, Jenkins, Barnes, Beach, Blair, Boley, Cann, Carmichael, Cookman, Edgell, Facemire, Fitzsimmons, Green, D. Hall, M. Hall, Kirkendoll, Laird, Miller, Nohe, Palumbo, Prezioso, Snyder, Stollings, Sypolt, Tucker, Unger and Walters - Memorializing life and public service of James Howard "Buck" Harless - Introduced 3/3/14 - Adopted 3/7/14

 

         44.         By Sen. Laird, Miller, Unger, Stollings, Yost, Wells, McCabe, Snyder, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale, Green, D. Hall and Jenkins - Memorializing life of Honorable Robert K. "Bob" Holliday - Introduced 3/4/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/4/14

 

         45.         By Sen. Plymale, Stollings, Yost, Wells, McCabe, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, D. Hall and Jenkins - Recognizing Paul Wesley Ambrose Health Policy Fellows Program - Introduced 3/4/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/6/14

 

         46.         By Sen. Williams, Beach, Prezioso, Sypolt, Stollings, Yost, Wells, McCabe, Snyder, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Plymale, Cookman, Green, Fitzsimmons, D. Hall, Jenkins and Laird - Designating WVU and WVU Extension Day - Introduced 3/4/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/4/14

 

         47.         By Sen. Palumbo, Cole, Yost, Stollings, Plymale, Snyder, Beach, Carmichael, Laird, Jenkins, D. Hall, Green, McCabe, Wells, Tucker, Prezioso and Fitzsimmons - Designating March as American Red Cross Month - Introduced 3/5/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/5/14

 

         48.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Yost, Stollings, Plymale, Snyder, Beach, Carmichael, Laird, D. Hall, Green, McCabe, Wells and Prezioso - Recognizing sister-state relationship of WV with Republic of China - Introduced 3/5/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/5/14

 

         49.         By Sen. Plymale, Yost, Stollings, Snyder, Beach, Carmichael, Laird, Jenkins, D. Hall, Green, McCabe, Wells, Prezioso and Fitzsimmons - Recognizing MU Forensic Science Center DNA Lab - Introduced 3/5/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/5/14

 

         50.         By Sen. Stollings, Wells, Yost, Plymale, Snyder, Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Carmichael, Prezioso, Laird, McCabe, Jenkins, D. Hall and Green - Designating Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week - Introduced 3/6/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/6/14

 

         51.         By Sen. Cann, Boley, Wells, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale, Stollings, Jenkins and D. Hall - Recognizing Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center - Introduced 3/7/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted 3/7/14

 

         52.         By Sen. Green, D. Hall, Wells, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale, Stollings, Yost and Jenkins - Memorializing life of Jeffrey S. Taylor - Introduced 3/7/14 - On Unfinished Business 3/8/14


SENATE BILLS PASSED SENATE

AND COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE

 

           3.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cookman, Blair, Fitzsimmons, D. Hall, Nohe, Wells, Miller, McCabe, Tucker and M. Hall - Creating Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death Act (original same as H. B. No. 4011 - similar to H. B. No. 2488) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 1/22/14 - To House 1/23/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/7/14

 

         *6.        By Sen. Tucker, Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings, Laird and Plymale - Regulating sale of drug products used in manufacture of methamphetamine - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/5/14 - To Judiciary 2/5/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/13/14 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate with amended title 2/18/14 - To House 2/19/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Read 2nd time 3/7/14

 

       *12.        By Sen. Stollings - Relating to expedited partner therapy treatment - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/17/14 - To Judiciary 1/17/14 - Passed Senate 1/28/14 - To House 1/29/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Laid over until 3/5 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/8/14

 

       *15.        By Sen. Stollings - Removing certain billing limitations for HIV or STD testing by public health agencies - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/31/14 - To Judiciary 1/31/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/13/14 - Passed Senate 2/18/14 - To House 2/19/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/28/14

 

       *29.        By Sen. Green - Clarifying requirements for certain motor vehicle searches - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/17/14 - Passed Senate 1/22/14 - Effective from passage - To House 1/23/14 - To Judiciary

 

       *30.        By Sen. Snyder - Exempting autocycles from license examination and safety equipment requirements - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - To Judiciary 2/12/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary

 

       *32.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Legislative Auditor to collect sunrise application review fees - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 1/30/14 - Passed Senate 2/4/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/5/14 - To Government Organization then Finance

 

       *58.        By Sen. Cookman, Miller, Plymale and Fitzsimmons - Relating to basis for voidable marriages and annulments - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/21/14 - Passed Senate 1/24/14 - To House 1/27/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 2/28/14 - Title amended - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/4/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/14

 

         88.         By Sen. Laird and Plymale - Relating to claims for total loss and debris removal proceeds under farmers' mutual fire insurance companies - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/7/14 - Passed Senate 2/17/14 - To House 2/18/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       *90.        By Sen. Laird, Cookman and Fitzsimmons - Creating criminal offense for interfering or preventing call for assistance of emergency service personnel - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/6/14 - Passed Senate 2/11/14 - To House 2/12/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/4/14 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/5/14

 

       *95.        By Sen. Miller and Beach - Creating felony offense for DUI causing serious bodily injury (original similar to H. B. No. 3074 and S. B. No. 281) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - To Judiciary 2/12/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary

 

       100.         By Sen. Miller and Beach - Authorizing operation of low-speed vehicles on certain municipal roads - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization - To Government Organization 2/5/14 - Passed Senate 2/18/14 - To House 2/19/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/28/14

 

     *133.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DEP promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/21/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/7/14 - Passed Senate with amended title 2/12/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/13/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

     *140.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Department of Commerce promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Labor then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/5/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *155.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 1/15/14 - To Judiciary 1/22/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/13/14 - Passed Senate 2/18/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/19/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

     *165.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Department of Transportation promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/30/14 - Passed Senate 2/4/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/5/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

     *167.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Department of Revenue promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Finance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/28/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/14/14 - Passed Senate 2/19/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/20/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14

 

     *181.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Department of Administration promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/16/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

     *196.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Division of Rehabilitation Services promulgate legislative rule relating to Ron Yost Personal Assistance Services Act Board - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/17/14 - Com. sub. reported 1/23/14 - Passed Senate 1/28/14 - Effective from passage - To House 1/29/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

       202.         By Sen. Unger - Creating Benefit Corporation Act - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective July 1, 2014

 

     *204.        By Sen. Unger and Kessler (Mr. President) - Relating to crime victims compensation awards - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/20/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/26/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/27/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       208.         By Sen. Plymale - Relating to Rural Health Initiative Act (original similar to H. B. No. 4532) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate with amended title 1/28/14 - To House 1/29/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To House Education - To House Finance 3/4/14

 

       209.         By Sen. Beach, Miller, Cookman, Walters and Fitzsimmons - Allowing special needs students to participate in graduation ceremonies - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education - Passed Senate 1/28/14 - Effective from passage - To House 1/29/14 - To Education - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/5/14 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/6/14 - Effective from passage

 

       251.         By Sen. Palumbo, Cann and Cookman - Implementing terms of Uniform Arbitration Act - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/21/14 - Passed Senate 1/28/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 1/29/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *252.        By Sen. Palumbo and Nohe - Allowing certain expelled students to return to school through Juvenile Drug Court - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/5/14 - To Judiciary 2/5/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Title amended

 

     *253.        By Sen. Palumbo and Laird - Clarifying code for Community-Based Pilot Demonstration Project to Improve Outcomes for At-Risk Youth - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Select Committee on Children and Poverty then Education - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - On 2nd reading to Education 2/19/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Education - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *254.        By Sen. Unger - Regulating equine boarding facilities - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/4/14 - To Judiciary 2/4/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

 

       257.         By Sen. Palumbo and Cann - Relating to real property possessor's liability for harm to trespassers - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/4/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/5/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *267.        By Sen. Palumbo, Kessler (Mr. President), Cookman and Fitzsimmons - Ensuring state courts' jurisdiction of fraudulent or unauthorized purchasing card use - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/23/14 - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate with amended title 2/3/14 - To House 2/4/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/6/14 - Laid over until 3/7 - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *278.        By Sen. Palumbo - Redefining "scrap metal" - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/15/14 - Passed Senate 1/20/14 - Effective from passage - To House 1/21/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/7/14 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/8/14

 

     *306.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Budget Bill (original same as H. B. No. 4015) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Finance 1/8/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/4/14 - Passed Senate 3/6/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 3/6/14 - Reference dispensed - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *307.        By Sen. Cann, Williams, Cookman and Palumbo - Authorizing community corrections programs to operate pretrial release program - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/6/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/11/14 - Passed Senate 2/14/14 - To House 2/17/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Laid over until 3/4 - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/5/14 - Laid over until 3/6 - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/6/14 - Laid over until 3/7 - Amendments pending - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *310.        By Sen. Palumbo and Cookman - Adjusting penalties for willful failure to pay child support (original same as H. B. No. 4554) - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/21/14 - Passed Senate 1/28/14 - To House 1/29/14 - To Judiciary

 

       314.         By Sen. Williams and Sypolt - Appropriating hotel occupancy tax proceeds to counties with no more than one hospital (original similar to H. B. No. 4249) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/4/14 - To House 2/5/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/4/14 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/5/14

 

     *315.        By Sen. Wells - Clarifying use of certain funds under Military Authority Act - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Military then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/22/14 - To Finance 1/22/14 - Passed Senate 2/19/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *316.        By Sen. Palumbo - Relating to tolling with regard to civil actions - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/22/14 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate 1/30/14 - Effective from passage - To House 1/31/14 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary

 

     *317.        By Sen. Unger, Nohe, Kessler (Mr. President), D. Hall, Stollings, Tucker, Cann, Fitzsimmons, Kirkendoll, Miller, Laird, Williams, Yost, Beach, Edgell, Plymale, Prezioso and Snyder - Relating to municipal firearm laws (original similar to H. B. No. 2760 and H. B. No. 4288) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/13/14 - To Judiciary 2/13/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/25/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *318.        By Sen. Stollings - Setting fees for manufacture, distribution, dispensing and research of controlled substances - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/22/14 - To Finance 1/22/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/28/14

 

     *322.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing state compensate officials, officers and employees every two weeks with certain exceptions (original same as H. B. No. 4150) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 1/23/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - Passed Senate 2/17/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/18/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Laid over until 3/4 - Passed House 3/5/14 - Effective July 1, 2014

 

       325.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing State Fire Marshal serve at will and pleasure of Fire Commission (original same as H. B. No. 4153) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/4/14 - To House 2/5/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/7/14 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/8/14

 

       327.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Updating terms in Corporation Net Income Tax Act (original same as H. B. No. 4174) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/14/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/17/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/4/14 - Effective from passage

 

       328.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Terminating Strategic Research and Development Tax Credit (original same as H. B. No. 4148) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Economic Development then Finance - To Finance 1/30/14 - Passed Senate 2/19/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/4/14 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House changed effective date 3/5/14 - Effective from passage

 

       331.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Requiring certain accelerated payment of consumers sales and service and use tax and employee withholding taxes (original same as H. B. No. 4158) - Introduced 1/10/14 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/18/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/19/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/4/14 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/5/14 - Effective from passage

 

     *336.        By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Boley, Cole, M. Hall, Kirkendoll, Miller, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Tucker, Walters, Yost, Jenkins and Cookman - Relating to possession and administration of opioid antagonist (original same as H. B. No. 4161 and S. B. No. 17) - Introduced 1/13/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/31/14 - To Judiciary 1/31/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/4/14 - Passed Senate 2/7/14 - To House 2/10/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/20/14

 

     *344.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Expiring funds from State Fund, General Revenue, and making supplemental appropriations to various agencies (original same as H. B. No. 4179) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/27/14 - Passed Senate 3/3/14 - Effective from passage - To House 3/4/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *345.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Expiring funds from State Fund, General Revenue, and making supplementary appropriations to MAPS (original same as H. B. No. 4180) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/27/14 - Passed Senate 3/3/14 - Effective from passage - To House 3/4/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       350.         By Sen. Miller, Stollings, Snyder, Plymale, Laird, D. Hall, Unger and Beach - Requiring Agriculture Commissioner propose legislative rules for Rural Rehabilitation Loan Program - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development - Amended - Passed Senate 1/24/14 - Effective from passage - To House 1/27/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *353.        By Sen. Williams, Beach, D. Hall, Miller, Sypolt, Stollings, Tucker and Plymale - Relating to timber theft in state forests (original same as H. B. No. 4202) - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/30/14 - To Judiciary 1/30/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/3/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/6/14 - To House 2/7/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *356.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to purchasing reforms (original same as H. B. No. 4185) - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/30/14 - To Judiciary 1/30/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/11/14 - Passed Senate 2/14/14 - To House 2/17/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Title amended - Title amendment withdrawn - Passed House 3/7/14 - Title amended

 

     *357.        By Sen. Williams, Beach, D. Hall, Miller, Sypolt, Plymale and Tucker - Relating to Logging Sediment Control Act civil and criminal penalties (original same as H. B. No. 4201) - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/30/14 - Com. sub. reported 1/31/14 - Passed Senate 2/5/14 - To House 2/6/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 3/7/14

 

       359.         By Sen. Beach, Palumbo, Cann, Cookman, Fitzsimmons, Jenkins, Kirkendoll, Carmichael, Nohe, Walters, Plymale, Stollings and Snyder - Removing hand canvassing requirements of electronic voting machines (original same as H. B. No. 4198) - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 1/28/14 - Effective from passage - To House 1/29/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Laid over until 2/27 - Laid over until 2/28 - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *365.        By Sen. Miller, Snyder and Williams - Excepting certain Ethics Act provisions for elected conservation district supervisors - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/22/14 - To Judiciary 1/22/14 - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 2/24/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/26/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/27/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, House Calendar 3/7/14

 

       366.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Transferring CHIP from Department of Administration to DHHR (original same as H. B. No. 4213) - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/25/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

 

     *373.        By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Palumbo, Plymale, Laird, Yost, Miller, Prezioso, Fitzsimmons, Wells, Cann, Chafin, Tucker, Stollings, Cookman and Snyder - Relating to water resources protection (original similar to H. B. No. 4255, H. B. No. 4285 and S. B. No. 355) - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/23/14 - To Judiciary 1/23/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 1/24/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 1/28/14 - To House 1/29/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary then Finance - To House Judiciary - To House Finance 3/3/14 - Read 1st time 3/3/14 - Read 1st to Finance 3/3/14 - Amendments pending - Amended - Passed House 3/5/14 - Title amended - Senate amended House amendment and passed 3/7/14

 

       375.         By Sen. Cann and Snyder - Excluding certain personal property from TIF assessment - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Economic Development then Finance - To Finance 2/13/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Laid over until 3/7 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/7/14 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/8/14

 

     *376.        By Sen. Yost, Fitzsimmons, Kessler (Mr. President) and Wells - Requiring certain construction workers complete OSHA safety program (original similar to H. B. No. 4353) - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Labor then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/22/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/14/14 - Passed Senate 2/19/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/20/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/6/14 - Effective July 1, 2014

 

     *378.        By Sen. Cookman - Relating to special speed limitations as to waste service vehicles - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - To Judiciary 2/12/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary - Read 1st time 3/5/14 - Passed House 3/5/14

 

     *379.        By Sen. Miller, Blair, Boley, Cann, Cookman, Fitzsimmons, Kirkendoll, Stollings, Snyder, Kessler (Mr. President) and Plymale - Reclassifying counties (original same as H. B. No. 4239) - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - To Finance 2/12/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/21/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/26/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       380.         By Sen. Beach and Stollings - Redefining "all-terrain and utility terrain vehicles" - Introduced 1/20/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Judiciary 1/29/14 - Passed Senate 2/4/14 - To House 2/5/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *381.        By Sen. Stollings, Plymale and Unger - Requiring CPR and care for conscious choking instruction in public schools - Introduced 1/20/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - Com. sub. reported 1/22/14 - To Education 1/22/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/3/14 - To House 2/4/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To House Education 2/28/14

 

     *383.        By Sen. Tucker, Barnes, D. Hall and Snyder - Permitting certain residential real estate owners limited exemptions from licensing requirements (original same as H. B. No. 4116) - Introduced 1/20/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/7/14 - To Judiciary 2/7/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/21/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective July 1, 2014

 

     *384.        By Sen. Tucker, Stollings and Barnes - Prohibiting certain insurers require policyholders use mail-order pharmacy - Introduced 1/20/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/7/14 - To Judiciary 2/7/14 - Passed Senate 2/17/14 - To House 2/18/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

 

     *387.        By Sen. Cole, Blair, Carmichael, D. Hall, M. Hall, Jenkins, McCabe, Walters, Williams and Nohe - Clarifying duly authorized officers have legal custody of their prisoners while in WV - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/31/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/5/14 - To House 2/6/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/6/14

 

     *391.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing salary increase for teachers and school service personnel (original same as H. B. No. 4261 - similar to S. B. No. 303) - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/14/14 - To Finance 2/14/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/21/14 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate 2/26/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/27/14 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *393.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Amending funding levels and date Governor may borrow from Revenue Shortfall Reserve Fund (original same as H. B. No. 4282) - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/30/14 - To Finance 1/30/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - Passed Senate 2/26/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/27/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/7/14 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/8/14

 

       394.         By Sen. Laird, Stollings, Plymale, Wells, Beach, Chafin, Tucker, Boley, Carmichael and Jenkins - Redesignating Health Sciences Scholarship Program as Health Sciences Service Program (original same as H. B. No. 4296) - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 1/30/14 - To House 1/31/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/6/14

 

     *395.        By Sen. Palumbo - Relating to operation and oversight of certain human services benefit programs (original same as H. B. No. 4297) - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - To Judiciary 1/29/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 1/31/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/5/14 - To House 2/6/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *397.        By Sen. Williams, Laird, Unger, Tucker, Plymale, Palumbo and Stollings - Expanding scope of activities considered financial exploitation of elderly - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/4/14 - Passed Senate 2/7/14 - To House 2/10/14 - To Senior Citizen Issues then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/6/14

 

       403.         By Sen. Laird, Barnes, Edgell, Facemire, Prezioso, Snyder, Unger, Miller and Beach - Regulating importation and possession of certain injurious aquatic species (original same as H. B. No. 4293) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Natural Resources - Passed Senate 2/11/14 - To House 2/12/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/7/14

 

     *405.        By Sen. Cookman, Miller and Plymale - Requiring presiding judge's permission to release juror qualification forms after trial's conclusion - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - Passed Senate 2/3/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/4/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/4/14 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/5/14 - Effective from passage

 

     *408.        By Sen. Plymale - Relating to parole (original same as H. B. No. 4313) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/30/14 - Passed Senate 2/4/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/5/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/5/14 - Effective from passage

 

     *409.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to education reform (original same as H. B. No. 4281) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/26/14 - To Education - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *414.        By Sen. Prezioso, Edgell and Plymale - Redirecting nonprobate appraisement filings (original same as H. B. No. 4398) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 1/23/14 - Referred to Finance 1/23/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/24/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2014

 

       415.         By Sen. Wells, McCabe and Palumbo - Changing due date of certain county commission tax reports - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/4/14 - To House 2/5/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/28/14

 

     *416.        By Sen. Prezioso and Edgell - Relating to tentative appraisals of industrial and natural resources property (original same as H. B. No. 4470) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/6/14 - To Finance 2/6/14 - Passed Senate 2/18/14 - To House 2/19/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/4/14

 

     *419.        By Sen. Stollings, Laird, Boley, M. Hall, Kirkendoll, Miller, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Tucker, Walters, Yost, Jenkins, Cookman, Barnes and Fitzsimmons - Creating Overdose Prevention Act (original same as H. B. No. 4189) - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/18/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/6/14 - Laid over until 3/7 - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *420.        By Sen. Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), Beach, Cann, Chafin, Cookman, Facemire, Edgell, Kirkendoll, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Palumbo, Prezioso, Snyder, Stollings, Tucker, Williams, Wells and Barnes - Relating to data sharing in P-20W Longitudinal Data System - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - To Finance 1/29/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/17/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/18/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Read 1st time 3/6/14 - Read 1st to Finance 3/6/14

 

     *424.        By Sen. Stollings and Kirkendoll - Regulating unlicensed off-road motorcycles within Hatfield-McCoy Regional Recreation Area - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - On 2nd reading to Government Organization 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/3/14

 

     *425.        By Sen. Stollings and Edgell - Relating to licensure, supervision and regulation of physician assistants (original similar to H. B. No. 4289) - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - To Government Organization 2/12/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       426.         By Sen. Plymale - Relating to appointments to certain higher education commissions, councils and boards - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Education - Passed Senate 2/10/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/11/14 - To Education - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *427.        By Sen. Beach - Relating to motor vehicle insurance (original similar to H. B. No. 2990) - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/11/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/14/14 - Passed Senate 2/19/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/6/14

 

     *430.        By Sen. Edgell, Green, Kirkendoll, Laird, McCabe, Snyder, Tucker, Unger, Yost and Stollings - Relating to receipting of state moneys - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/6/14 - To Finance 2/6/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/25/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *431.        By Sen. Beach - Relating to issuance and renewal of certain driver's licenses and federal ID cards - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/5/14 - To Finance 2/5/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Passed House 3/7/14

 

     *432.        By Sen. Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), Kirkendoll, Prezioso, Stollings, Edgell, Beach, Fitzsimmons, D. Hall, Williams, Yost and Wells - Relating to calculating local share (original similar to H. B. No. 4002 and S. B. No. 93) - Introduced 1/27/14 - To Education then Finance - Com. sub. reported 1/29/14 - To Finance 1/29/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/26/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *434.        By Sen. Beach - Eliminating revocation period for certain DUI offenders (original similar to H. B. No. 4377) - Introduced 1/27/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/5/14 - To Judiciary 2/5/14 - Passed Senate 2/17/14 - To House 2/18/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14

 

       435.         By Sen. Palumbo, Kessler (Mr. President) and Beach - Correcting code reference relating to handgun safety training for certain court personnel (original similar to S. B. No. 367) - Introduced 1/27/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/3/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/4/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *439.        By Sen. Fitzsimmons, Kessler (Mr. President), Beach, Edgell and Yost - Permitting Ohio County Commission levy special district excise tax for Fort Henry (original same as H. B. No. 4247) - Introduced 1/27/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Finance 2/6/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/21/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/26/14 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *450.        By Sen. Walters, Blair, Carmichael, McCabe, Palumbo and Wells - Relating to sale and consumption of alcoholic liquors in certain outdoor dining areas (original similar to H. B. No. 4436) - Introduced 1/30/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/5/14 - Passed Senate 2/11/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/12/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/6/14 - Laid over until 3/7 - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       454.         By Sen. Miller, Cookman, D. Hall, Laird, Tucker, Williams and Snyder - Defining dam "owner" - Introduced 1/30/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/4/14 - Passed Senate 2/11/14 - To House 2/12/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14

 

     *455.        By Sen. Unger, Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President), Yost, Edgell, Laird, Kirkendoll, Cann, Miller, Beach and Fitzsimmons - Creating Move to Improve Act (original similar to H. B. No. 4582) - Introduced 1/30/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To Education 1/31/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To House Education 2/28/14

 

       456.         By Sen. Stollings - Extending expiration date for health care provider tax on eligible acute care hospitals - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To Finance 2/7/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/21/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/6/14 - Effective from passage

 

       457.         By Sen. Cookman, Miller, Laird, Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), Tucker and Snyder - Requiring programs for temporarily detained inmates in regional jails (original similar to H. B. No. 4338) - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Finance 2/5/14 - Passed Senate 2/19/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/5/14 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/6/14

 

     *458.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Barnes, Fitzsimmons, Kirkendoll, Walters, Laird, Yost, Cookman and Stollings - Dedicating certain circuit court fees to fund low-income persons' civil legal services (original same as H. B. No. 4348 - similar to H. B. No. 4125) - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/7/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/12/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/13/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *461.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Williams, Tucker, Plymale, Stollings, Snyder, Cookman, Palumbo, Fitzsimmons, Beach, Yost, Miller, D. Hall, Jenkins, McCabe, Wells, Edgell, Barnes, Blair, Boley, Cann, Chafin, Kirkendoll, Laird, Nohe, Prezioso, Sypolt, Unger, Walters, Green and M. Hall - Creating Future Fund - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Economic Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/6/14 - To Finance 2/6/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *467.        By Sen. Barnes and Sypolt - Updating code section relating to expungement of criminal convictions (original same as H. B. No. 4443) - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - Passed Senate 2/26/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/27/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *469.        By Sen. Miller, Yost, Wells, Carmichael, Snyder, Nohe, Williams, Jenkins, D. Hall, Edgell, Stollings, Laird and Sypolt - Creating Veterans and Warriors to Agriculture Program (original same as H. B. No. 4439) - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/11/14 - To Finance 2/11/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       470.         By Sen. Cookman, Miller, Snyder, Fitzsimmons, Williams, D. Hall and Stollings - Providing completed grand jury questionnaires are confidential - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/10/14 - To House 2/11/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/4/14

 

     *473.        By Sen. Sypolt, Blair, Cookman, Williams, Plymale, McCabe, Nohe and Stollings - Providing undesirable highway property be offered for public utility use (original same as H. B. No. 4129) - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/26/14 - To House 2/27/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 3/3/14

 

       476.         By Sen. Plymale and Chafin - Providing standards for conversion and retrofits of alternative-fuel motor vehicles - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *477.        By Sen. Tucker, Beach, Cann, Edgell, Fitzsimmons, Green, D. Hall, Miller, Palumbo, Plymale, Snyder, Williams, Kessler (Mr. President), Yost, Wells, Nohe, Cookman and Stollings - Providing teachers determine use of time during planning period - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Education - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Education - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Title amended - Title amendment withdrawn - Passed House 3/7/14 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/7/14

 

       480.         By Sen. Tucker, Edgell, Palumbo, Cann, Fitzsimmons, Plymale and Chafin - Expanding period during which certain motor vehicle liens are valid (original same as H. B. No. 4417) - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/11/14 - Passed Senate 2/19/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/20/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       483.         By Sen. Laird, Plymale, Miller and Stollings - Renaming administrative heads of Potomac campus of WVU and WVU Institute of Technology (original same as H. B. No. 4420) - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Education - Passed Senate 2/12/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/13/14 - To Education - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/5/14 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/6/14 - Effective from passage

 

       485.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Beach, D. Hall, Miller, Snyder, Barnes, Stollings and Plymale - Exempting DOH from certain permitting requirements of Natural Stream Preservation Act - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/13/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *486.        By Sen. Snyder, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Williams, Wells, Miller, D. Hall, Jenkins, Green and Barnes - Establishing salaries and providing raises for State Police forensic lab employees (original same as H. B. No. 4408 - similar to S. B. No. 63) - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - To Finance 2/12/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - Passed Senate 2/26/14 - To House 2/27/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *487.        By Sen. Snyder and Miller - Authorizing municipal sales tax - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - To House Finance 3/3/14

 

       493.         By Sen. Palumbo, Tucker and Barnes - Excluding suspension days in determining student truancy - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Education then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/14/14 - Passed Senate with amended title 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Education then Judiciary

 

     *495.        By Sen. Edgell - Increasing collections into Land Division special revenue account (original same as H. B. No. 4405) - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - To Finance 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/26/14 - To House 2/27/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *504.        By Sen. Edgell, Barnes, Facemire and Yost - Authorizing Auditor establish Debt Resolution Services Division - Introduced 2/6/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/13/14 - To Finance 2/13/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *507.        By Sen. Snyder and Plymale - Relating to Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists - Introduced 2/6/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/13/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/21/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 3/7/14

 

     *523.        By Sen. Green, D. Hall, Facemire, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Prezioso, Wells, Plymale, Carmichael, Jenkins, Yost and Stollings - Providing for additional state veterans skilled nursing facility in Beckley - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Military then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/12/14 - To Finance 2/12/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Laid over until 3/6 - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Title amended

 

       533.         By Sen. Miller and Williams - Updating commercial feed laws; setting fees by rule - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/26/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *535.        By Sen. Tucker, Laird, D. Hall and Miller - Clarifying definition of "ginseng" - Introduced 2/11/14 - To Natural Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *539.        By Sen. Green, Stollings, D. Hall, Cookman, Barnes, Carmichael and Nohe - Providing certain law-enforcement officers employed as school security be allowed to carry firearms (original same as H. B. No. 4501) - Introduced 2/11/14 - To Education then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/20/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - Passed Senate 2/26/14 - To House 2/27/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *540.        By Sen. Plymale, D. Hall, Green, Stollings and Jenkins - Requiring SSAC promulgate rules allowing college preparatory team recognition - Introduced 2/11/14 - To Education then Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/14/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/19/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Education

 

       541.         By Sen. McCabe, Beach and Palumbo - Ensuring tenants with right to sublet have remedies for wrongful occupation of residential rental property - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary

 

       547.         By Sen. Palumbo, Beach and Nohe - Clarifying municipalities can increase and decrease voting wards and/or council members - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *552.        By Sen. Plymale, Tucker, D. Hall and Palumbo - Increasing penalty related to transporting illegal controlled substances into state (original similar to H. B. No. 4013) - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary

 

     *553.        By Sen. Edgell, Fitzsimmons, Cookman, Yost and Beach - Relating to deadlines for independent candidates to file for municipal elections (original same as H. B. No. 4491) - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed Senate with amended title 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       558.         By Sen. Facemire, Edgell and Blair - Finding and declaring certain claims against state - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Finance - Amended - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/21/14 - To Finance - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/6/14 - Effective from passage

 

       559.         By Sen. Edgell, Fitzsimmons, Cookman, Wells, Miller, Walters, Plymale and Yost - Eliminating annual report late fees charged by Secretary of State (original same as H. B. No. 4525) - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Government Organization - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To House 2/21/14 - To Finance

 

     *570.        By Sen. Edgell, Fitzsimmons, Cookman, Wells, Miller and Walters - Exempting certain foreign corporations, companies and partnerships from SOS certificate of authority requirement (original same as H. B. No. 4512) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Judiciary

 

       572.         By Sen. Tucker, Fitzsimmons and Edgell - Relating to financing statements covering as-extracted collateral or timber to be cut (original same as H. B. No. 4521) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Natural Resources then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *574.        By Sen. Tucker, Fitzsimmons and Edgell - Clarifying mobile home permanently attached to real estate is not personal property under certain conditions (original same as H. B. No. 4517) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

     *579.        By Sen. Unger, Cookman, Edgell, Laird, Miller, Palumbo, Snyder, Stollings and Kessler (Mr. President) - Creating Land Reuse Agency Authorization Act - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - Passed House 3/6/14

 

       583.         By Sen. Miller, Snyder, Fitzsimmons, D. Hall and Yost - Permitting emergency rule-making authority to implement Spay Neuter Assistance Program - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/21/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *584.        By Sen. Snyder - Relating to expiration and renewal of Board of Registration for Professional Engineers' certificates (original similar to H. B. No. 4574) - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       585.         By Sen. Palumbo - Removing unconstitutional language regarding access to rail lines - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       586.         By Sen. Palumbo - Removing unconstitutional language regarding jurors and verdicts permitted in certain civil litigation - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

       593.         By Sen. Tucker and D. Hall - Authorizing issuance of limited lines travel insurance producer license (original same as H. B. No. 4487) - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/25/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Amended - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/7/14 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar 3/8/14

 

     *600.        By Sen. Yost, Snyder, Miller, Laird, Edgell and Fitzsimmons - Relating to municipal ordinance compliance regarding dwellings unfit for habitation and vacant buildings and properties (original similar to H. B. No. 4583) - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Government Organization - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/6/14

 

       601.         By Sen. Palumbo - Removing unconstitutional language regarding relief in circuit court against erroneous assessments - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *602.        By Sen. Stollings, Beach, Jenkins and Laird - Requiring health care providers wear ID badges - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Health and Human Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Health and Human Resources - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - Passed House 3/6/14

 

     *603.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Miller, Facemire, Cann, Edgell, Green, D. Hall, McCabe, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale and Jenkins - Relating to testing for presence of methane in underground mines (original similar to H. B. No. 4551) - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - Reference dispensed - Amendments pending - Laid over until 2/26 - Laid over until 2/27 - Laid over until 2/28 - Laid over until 3/3 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 3/5/14 - Title amended - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/6/14

 

       616.         By Sen. Unger - Allowing receipt of gifts, donations and contributions by Division of Energy - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Finance - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Energy then Finance

 

     *619.        By Sen. Tucker - Exempting certain critical access hospitals from certificate of need requirement - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Health and Human Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14

 

     *621.        By Sen. Fitzsimmons, Kessler (Mr. President), Edgell, Yost and Cookman - Authorizing insurers offer flood insurance - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Banking and Insurance - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Passed Senate 2/21/14 - To House 2/21/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Passed House 3/7/14

 

     *623.        By Sen. Palumbo, Tucker and Snyder - Requiring notification of certain substance abuse screening of mine personnel - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Judiciary 2/18/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

     *628.        By Sen. Unger, Yost and Stollings - Creating Healthy Children and Healthy Communities Act - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Select Committee on Children and Poverty then Health and Human Resources - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - On 2nd reading to Health and Human Resources 2/19/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/28/14

 

       631.         By Sen. Snyder (Originating in Senate Government Organization) - Extending time for Fayetteville City Council to meet as levying body - Introduced 2/21/14 - Passed Senate 2/25/14 - Effective from passage - To House 2/26/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - To House Finance - On 2nd reading, Daily Calendar 3/7/14


SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS

COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE

 

       *10.        By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Jenkins, D. Hall, Tucker, Stollings, Cookman, Yost, Fitzsimmons, M. Hall, Beach, Prezioso, Miller, Laird, Cann and Williams - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Right to Hunt and Fish in WV Amendment (original similar to H. J. R. No. 103 and SJR 9) - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/14/14 - To Finance 2/14/14 - Rereferred to Finance on 2nd reading 2/21/14 - Com. sub. for com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 2/26/14 - To House 2/27/14 - To Judiciary

 

       *12.        By Sen. Unger, Beach, Cann, Cookman, Fitzsimmons, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Snyder, Wells, Yost, Chafin, Carmichael, Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President) and Green - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Protecting and Conserving West Virginia's Water Resources for the Use and Benefit of its Citizens Amendment - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/19/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/19/14 - Amended on 3rd reading - Adopted by Senate with amended title 2/26/14 - To House 2/27/14 - To Judiciary - On 1st reading, Daily Calendar - On 3rd reading, Daily Calendar 3/8/14

 

       *14.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Wells, Fitzsimmons, Beach, Plymale, D. Hall, Snyder, Yost, Cann, Cookman, Laird, Jenkins and Miller - Proposing constitutional amendment designated Future Fund Amendment - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Com. sub. reported 2/20/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 2/20/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 2/26/14 - To House 2/27/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance - Amendments pending - On 3rd reading with right to amend, Daily Calendar 3/8/14


SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS

COMMUNICATED TO HOUSE

 

       *13.        By Sen. Cann, Prezioso and Beach - Requesting DOH name bridge on Rt. 58 in Anmoore "U. S. Army PFC Nick A. Cavallaro Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/22/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/5/14 - To House 2/6/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/6/14

 

       *14.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Beach, Jenkins, Edgell and Plymale - Requesting DOH name bridge crossing Madison Creek, Logan County, "U. S. Army Sergeant Bernard C. Maynard Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/23/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/5/14 - To House 2/6/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/6/14

 

       *23.        By Sen. Stollings, Kirkendoll, Cole, Chafin, Jenkins and Wells - Requesting DOH name bridge in Boone County "USMC PFC Marshall Lee King Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/3/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/18/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/20/14

 

       *25.        By Sen. Plymale, Unger, Stollings, Cole and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name portion of State Rt. 37 "U. S. Army SP4 Darrell W. Sanders Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/5/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/18/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/20/14

 

         26.         By Sen. Plymale, Unger, Stollings, Cole and Jenkins - Requesting DOH rename County Rt. 35/3 in Wayne County "Stonewall Veterans Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/18/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/20/14

 

       *28.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Unger and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name road in Logan County "Joshua Walls Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/7/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/18/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/18/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/20/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Amended - Adopted by House 3/6/14

 

       *29.        By Sen. D. Hall, Green, Jenkins, Beach, Stollings and Cole - Requesting DOH erect sign in Raleigh County "Home of Bill Withers" - Introduced 2/10/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/25/14

 

         31.         By Sen. Tucker, Barnes, Plymale, Stollings, Unger, Jenkins, Williams, D. Hall, Palumbo, McCabe, Beach and Fitzsimmons - Recognizing National Radio Astronomy Observatory's Center for STEM Education - Introduced 2/12/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/19/14 - To House 2/20/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/20/14

 

       *34.        By Sen. Edgell, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings and Plymale - Requesting DOH name bridge in Tyler County "U. S. Army Staff Sgt. Jesse A. Ault Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/13/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/24/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/24/14 - To House 2/25/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/25/14

 

       *36.        By Sen. Palumbo, McCabe, Walters, Wells, Unger and Stollings - Requesting DOH name portion of Rt. 25 in Kanawha County "U. S. Army Sgt. James Lawrence Taylor Memorial Road" - Introduced 2/17/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/25/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/26/14

 

       *37.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Unger, Jenkins and Cole - Requesting DOH name Rt. 10 in Logan County "USMC Lance Corporal Larry G. Williamson Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/17/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/25/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/26/14

 

       *39.        By Sen. Stollings, Kirkendoll, Unger, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name road in Boone County "U. S. Army Sgt. Andy Messer Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/18/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/3/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/3/14 - To House 3/3/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/3/14

 

       *40.        By Sen. Stollings, Kirkendoll, Unger, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name Joe's Creek Road in Lincoln County "U. S. Army PFC John E. Runyan Memorial Road" - Introduced 2/18/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/25/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/26/14

 

       *41.        By Sen. Chafin, Stollings, Jenkins, D. Hall and Cole - Requesting DOH name portion of Rt. 83 in McDowell County "U. S. Army MSG Joe C. Alderman Memorial Road" - Introduced 2/18/14 - Com. sub. reported 2/25/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/25/14 - To House 2/26/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 2/26/14 - Unfinished Business, Daily Calendar - Amended - Adopted by House 3/6/14

 

       *43.        By Sen. M. Hall, Carmichael and Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge in Putnam County "U. S. Army Sgt. Deforest Lee Talbert Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/19/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/3/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/3/14 - To House 3/3/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/3/14

 

       *45.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name Smoke House Fork Crawley Creek Road in Logan County "U. S. Army Colonel Anna M. Butcher Road" - Introduced 2/21/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/3/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/3/14 - To House 3/3/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/3/14

 

         48.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name portion of Rt. 10 in Man, "U. S. Army SP4 Terry Robert Albright Memorial Road" - Introduced 2/21/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/3/14 - To House 3/3/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/3/14

 

       *50.        By Sen. Miller, Laird, Plymale, Jenkins, Green, Cole, Unger and Wells - Requesting DOH name portion of State Rt. 20, Hinton, Summers County, "USMC Sgt. Mecot E. Camara Memorial Highway" - Introduced 2/24/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/14 - To House 3/5/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/5/14

 

       *52.        By Sen. Wells, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale, Jenkins, D. Hall, Green, Edgell, Cookman, Yost and Unger - Requesting DOH place signage along highways entering WV honoring fallen veterans and Gold Star Families - Introduced 2/24/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/14 - To House 3/5/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/5/14

 

         54.         By Sen. D. Hall, Stollings, Plymale, Unger, Wells, Cole, Green and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name U. S. Rt. 54/6 in Wyoming County "Virginia & U. S. Army Major Woodrow Cook Memorial Road" - Introduced 2/25/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/14 - To House 3/5/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/5/14

 

         55.         By Sen. Laird, Miller, Stollings, Unger, Green and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Fayette County "Tygrett Brothers Seven Veterans Bridge" - Introduced 2/25/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/14 - To House 3/5/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/5/14

 

       *59.        By Sen. Cann, Prezioso, Beach, Edgell, Plymale, Stollings, Unger and Green - Requesting DOH name bridge on I-79 in Harrison County south "U. S. Army PFC Nick A. Cavallaro Memorial Bridge" and north "U. S. Army SSGT Benjamin T. Portaro Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/26/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/14 - To House 3/5/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/5/14

 

         60.         By Sen. Prezioso, Edgell, Plymale, Stollings, Unger and Green - Requesting DOH name section of Rt. 1 in Marion County "USAF Sergeant Jerome E. Kiger Memorial Road" - Introduced 2/26/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/14 - To House 3/5/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/5/14

 

       *72.        By Sen. Chafin, Cole, Stollings, Jenkins, D. Hall, Green and Plymale - Requesting DOH name bridge on Rt. 16, War, McDowell County "U. S. Army SFC Anthony Barton Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/28/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/6/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14 - To House 3/7/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/14

 

       *73.        By Sen. Green and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Raleigh County "U. S. Army PFC Arland W. Hatcher Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 3/3/14 - Com. sub. reported 3/6/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14 - To House 3/7/14 - To Rules - To House Rules 3/7/14


ALL HOUSE BILLS PASSED BY HOUSE

AND COMMUNICATED TO SENATE

 

   *2020.        By Del. Ellem - Relating to conditions of bond for defendants in cases of crimes between family or household members - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/24/14 - To Senate 1/27/14 - To Judiciary 1/27/14

 

   *2165.        By Del. Iaquinta, Longstreth, Fleischauer, Jones, Stephens and Azinger - Relating to death certificates of military veterans - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance - To House Finance 1/30/14 - Passed House 2/17/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To Senate 2/18/14 - To Military then Government Organization - To Military 2/18/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/27/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - House concurred in Senate amend with amend, passed bill 3/3/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/4/14 - Effective July 1, 2014

 

   *2387.        By Del. Marshall and Moore - Relating to reasonable accommodations under the West Virginia Fair Housing Act for persons with disabilities who need assistive animals - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/28/14 - To Senate 1/29/14 - To Judiciary 1/29/14 - On 3rd reading with right to amend 3/8/14

 

   *2446.        By Del. Hunt, Craig, Pino and Smith, P. - Creating the crime of soliciting a minor - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/19/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14

 

     2477.         By Del. Overington, Barill and Sobonya - Permitting certain auxiliary lighting on motorcycles (original similar to S. B. No. 372) - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/16/14 - Passed House 1/24/14 - To Senate 1/27/14 - To Judiciary 1/27/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *2606.        By Del. Hartman, Campbell, Evans, A., Rowan, Boggs and Lynch - Permitting the State Rail Authority to set the salary of the executive director - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 2/14/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - To Government Organization 2/27/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 3/4/14 - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *2757.        By Del. Sponaugle, Lynch, Evans, A. and Andes - Private cause of action for the humane destruction of a dog - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Judiciary - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 1/23/14 - Title amended - To Senate 1/24/14 - To Judiciary 1/24/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *2803.        By Del. Manchin, Poling, M., Iaquinta, Guthrie and Manypenny - Requiring electric utilities to implement integrated resource plans - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 2/27/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 3/7/14

 

   *2895.        By Del. Fleischauer, Barill, Iaquinta, Lynch, Young, Pasdon, Poling, D. and Ferro - Requiring display of POW/MIA flag on county courthouses and other government buildings - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance - To House Finance 1/16/14 - Passed House 2/17/14 - To Senate 2/18/14 - To Government Organization 2/18/14

 

   *2954.        By Del. Caputo, Tomblin and Phillips, R. - Requiring that members of the Mine Safety Technology Task Force are paid the same compensation as members of the Legislature - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Government Organization then Finance - To House Finance 1/15/14 - Passed House 1/29/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 1/30/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Government Organization then Finance - To Energy, Industry and Mining 1/30/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - To Finance 2/18/14 - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *2966.        By Del. Skinner, Lawrence, Barrett, Young, Sponaugle, Lynch, Tomblin, Eldridge, Poore and Caputo - Relating to employment and privacy protection - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/29/14 - To Senate 1/30/14 - To Labor then Government Organization then Judiciary - To Labor 1/30/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - To Judiciary 2/27/14

 

     2981.         By Del. Howell, Paxton, Ashley, Iaquinta, Eldridge, Longstreth, Storch, Azinger, Rowan and Manchin - Providing that historical reenactors are not violating the provision prohibiting unlawful military organizations - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/30/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14

 

   *3011.        By Del. Manypenny, Walker, Swartzmiller, Canterbury and Ambler - Removing the provision that requires an applicant to meet federal requirements concerning the production, distribution and sale of industrial hemp prior to being licensed - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/14 - Passed House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Judiciary 2/25/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *3108.        By Del. Campbell, Ellington and Perdue - Relating to criminal background checks on applicants for employment by nursing homes - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/14/14 - Passed House 2/21/14 - To Senate 2/24/14 - To Judiciary 2/24/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/14

 

   *3156.        By Del. Poling, D., Caputo, Manypenny and Walker - Granting a labor organization a privilege from being compelled to disclose any communication or information the labor organization or agent received or acquired in confidence from an employee - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/20/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Labor then Judiciary - To Labor 2/27/14 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 3/5/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *4002.        By Del. Perry, Lawrence, Marshall, Morgan, Barrett, Barill, Lynch, Fleischauer, Craig, Eldridge and Barker - Relating to the computation of local share for public school support purposes (original similar to S. B. No. 432 and S. B. No. 93) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 1/14/14 - Amendments pending - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 1/29/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 1/30/14 - To Education then Finance - To Education 1/30/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Constitutional rule suspended - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/14 - Effective from passage

 

   *4003.        By Del. Walker, Perry, Paxton, Poling, M. and Pethtel - Granting dual jurisdiction to counties where a student who lives in one county and attends school in another in order to enforce truancy policies - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Education - Passed House 1/22/14 - To Senate 1/23/14 - To Education then Judiciary - To Education 1/23/14 - To Judiciary 1/31/14 - Passed Senate 3/4/14

 

   *4004.        By Del. Phillips, L., Rowan, Fleischauer, Border, Lawrence, Guthrie, Smith, P., Marshall and Poore - Relating to criminal offenses for child abuse - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/20/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14

 

   *4005.        By Del. Phillips, L., Rowan, Fleischauer, Border, Lawrence, Guthrie, Smith, P., Marshall and Poore - Relating to criminal offenses for child neglect - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/7/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/14

 

     4006.         By Del. Phillips, L., Rowan, Fleischauer, Sobonya, Guthrie, Sumner, Lawrence, Miller, Poore, Border and Arvon - Relating to the possession and distribution of child pornography - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/16/14 - Passed House 1/27/14 - To Senate 1/28/14 - To Judiciary 1/28/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/14

 

   *4010.        By Del. Smith, P., Phillips, R., Ellington, Ferro, Reynolds, Skinner and Storch - Creating the Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act (original same as S. B. No. 5) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/15/14 - Passed House 2/7/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/10/14 - To Judiciary 2/10/14

 

   *4012.        By Del. Smith, P., Phillips, R., Ellington, Ferro, Reynolds, Skinner and Storch - Relating to the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (original same as S. B. No. 4) - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary - To Interstate Cooperation 2/27/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 3/6/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/6/14 - Effective July 1, 2014

 

   *4014.        By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin, Marcum, Ferro, White, Eldridge, Diserio, Iaquinta, Barker and Skaff - Increasing criminal penalties for littering - Introduced 1/8/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/20/14 - To Senate 1/21/14 - To Judiciary 1/21/14

 

   *4039.        By Del. Poore, Marcum, Eldridge, Fleischauer and Frich - Authorizing miscellaneous boards and agencies to promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/16/14 - Amended - Passed House 2/26/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

   *4067.        By Del. Poore, Marcum, Eldridge, Fleischauer and Frich - Authorizing the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety to promulgate legislative rules - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/12/14 - Passed House 2/19/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/20/14 - To Judiciary 2/20/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/5/14 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/14 - Effective from passage

 

     4135.         By Del. Smith, P., Perry, Pino, Walker, Young, Lynch, Hamilton, Hartman and Kinsey - Designating the first Thursday in May the West Virginia Day of Prayer - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 1/21/14 - To Senate 1/22/14 - To Judiciary 1/22/14 - Passed Senate 3/7/14

 

   *4137.        By Del. Lawrence, Fragale, Ambler, Cooper, Evans, D., Rowan, Perry and Poling, M. - Relating to more equitable distribution to county boards of reimbursement of the costs of serving certain special needs students (original same as S. B. No. 513) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 1/22/14 - Passed House 2/24/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Finance 2/25/14

 

   *4139.        By Del. Guthrie, Phillips, L., Rowan, Fleischauer, Border, Lawrence, Marshall, Staggers, Poore and Smith, P. - Restricting parental rights of child custody and visitation when the child was conceived as a result of a sexual assault or sexual abuse - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 1/29/14 - To Senate 1/30/14 - To Select Committee on Children and Poverty then Judiciary - To Select Committee on Children and Poverty 1/30/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *4141.        By Del. Hamilton, Miller, Storch, Ferro, Evans, A., Azinger, Lynch, Ambler, Canterbury, Iaquinta and Marshall - Relating to licenses to sell paraphernalia for use with controlled substances - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/14/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 2/27/14

 

   *4147.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to emergency preparedness (original same as S. B. No. 320) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/14 - Passed House 2/4/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/5/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 2/5/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

   *4149.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Allowing members of the Board of Public Works to be represented by designees and to vote by proxy (original same as S. B. No. 321) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Government Organization - Passed House 2/17/14 - To Senate 2/18/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 2/18/14 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 3/4/14 - Passed Senate 3/7/14

 

   *4151.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to military members and their spouses who obtain licensure through professional boards (original same as S. B. No. 323) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/7/14 - Passed House 2/17/14 - To Senate 2/18/14 - To Government Organization 2/18/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/4/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/4/14

 

     4154.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Fixing a technical error relating to the motor fuel excise tax (original same as S. B. No. 326) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Finance - Passed House 2/13/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Finance 2/14/14 - Passed Senate 3/5/14 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate effective date 3/6/14 - Effective from passage

 

   *4156.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Electronic Toll Collection Act (original same as S. B. No. 330) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/14 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Judiciary - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/27/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 3/7/14

 

     4159.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Updating the meaning of federal adjusted gross income and certain other terms (original same as S. B. No. 333) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Finance - Passed House 2/14/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/17/14 - To Finance 2/17/14 - Passed Senate 3/5/14 - Effective from passage

 

   *4168.        By Del. Poling, D., Diserio, Marshall, Walker, Poore, Young and Frich - Requiring materials, supplies, equipment and other items purchased by the state and its agencies to be made in the United States (original same as S. B. No. 335) - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Industry and Labor then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Government Organization 2/27/14

 

   *4175.        By Del. Skaff, Barrett, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Boggs, Hartman, White, Skinner, Lane, Ellem, Ireland and Pasdon - West Virginia Small Business Emergency Act - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance - To House Finance 1/15/14 - Passed House 1/16/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 1/17/14 - To Economic Development then Finance - To Economic Development 1/17/14 - To Finance 1/30/14 - Constitutional rule suspended - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/3/14 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amend with amend, passed bill 3/5/14 - Effective from passage - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 3/6/14 - Effective from passage

 

     4177.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to various agencies (original same as S. B. No. 342) - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Finance - Passed House 1/27/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 1/28/14 - To Finance 1/28/14 - Passed Senate 2/5/14 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/12/14 - Approved by Governor 2/13/14

 

     4178.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Commerce, WorkForce West Virginia (original same as S. B. No. 343) - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Finance - Passed House 2/19/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/20/14 - To Finance 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 3/4/14 - Effective from passage

 

     4182.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing, amending, increasing, decreasing, and adding items of appropriations in various accounts (original same as S. B. No. 347) - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Finance - Passed House 1/28/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 1/29/14 - To Finance 1/29/14 - Passed Senate 2/5/14 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/12/14 - Approved by Governor 2/13/14

 

   *4183.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing, amending, decreasing, and increasing items of the existing appropriations from the State Road Fund to the Department of Transportation, Division of Highways - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Finance - Passed House 2/26/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Finance 2/27/14 - Passed Senate 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

   *4184.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to the West Virginia Tourism Development Act (original same as S. B. No. 338) - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance - To House Finance 1/30/14 - Amended - Passed House 2/26/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Economic Development then Finance - To Economic Development 2/27/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 3/4/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

     4186.         By Del. Phillips, R., White, Tomblin, Marcum, Hamilton, Evans, A., Ashley, Barker, Boggs, Hartman and Sponaugle - Relating to the procedures for issuing a concealed weapon license - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/4/14 - To Senate 2/5/14 - To Judiciary 2/5/14 - Passed Senate 3/6/14

 

   *4188.        By Del. Perdue, Fleischauer, Diserio, Eldridge, Kinsey, Lawrence, Marshall, Moore, Poore and Campbell - Updating the authority and responsibility of the Center for Nursing - Introduced 1/15/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To House Education 1/21/14 - Passed House 2/14/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/17/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To Health and Human Resources 2/17/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 3/5/14 - Effective from passage

 

   *4196.        By Del. Marshall, Fleischauer and Cooper - Requiring the Workforce Investment Council to provide information and guidance to local workforce investment boards that would enable them to better educate both women and men about higher paying jobs (original same as S. B. No. 354) - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/14 - Passed House 2/5/14 - To Senate 2/6/14 - To Government Organization 2/6/14 - Passed Senate 3/7/14

 

   *4204.        By Del. Hunt, Manchin, Manypenny, Skinner, Moore, Sponaugle and Ireland - Relating to the nonrenewal or cancellation of property insurance coverage policies in force for at least four years (original same as S. B. No. 349) - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/30/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *4208.        By Del. Fleischauer, Barill, Marshall, Barker, Perdue, Kinsey, Ellem, Pasdon, Hunt, Marcum and Border - Banning synthetic hallucinogens - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/14 - Amended - Passed House 2/12/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/13/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 2/13/14 - To Judiciary 2/28/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/7/14 - Title amended

 

   *4210.        By Del. Fleischauer, Skinner, Poore, Longstreth, Barill, Ellem, Sponaugle, Lynch, Manypenny, Hamilton and Pethtel - Juvenile sentencing reform (original similar to S. B. No. 370) - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 1/27/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *4214.        By Del. Perdue, Fleischauer, Diserio, Eldridge, Kinsey, Lawrence, Marshall, Moore and Poore - Relating to persons being discharged from mental health facilities - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/14 - Passed House 2/10/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/11/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 2/11/14 - To Judiciary 2/28/14

 

   *4217.        By Del. Perdue, Fleischauer, Campbell, Ellington, Morgan and Stephens - Relating to Medicaid reports to the Legislature - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 1/28/14 - To Senate 1/29/14 - To Health and Human Resources 1/29/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/7/14

 

   *4220.        By Del. Staggers and Manchin - Relating to waiver of jury trial in claims arising from consumer transactions - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/17/14 - Passed House 2/7/14 - To Senate 2/10/14 - To Judiciary 2/10/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *4221.        By Del. Sponaugle, Young, Lynch, Barrett, Perry, Skaff, Hartman, Reynolds, Guthrie, Pethtel and Williams - Permitting teachers under the State Teachers Retirement System to teach college level courses without loss of benefits - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Pensions then Finance - To Pensions 2/27/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 3/4/14

 

   *4225.        By Del. Poling, M., Perry and Marcum - Providing for emergency contact information on driver's license records with the Division of Motor Vehicles - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 3/5/14

 

   *4228.        By Del. Poling, M., Perry, Lawrence, Barrett, Young, Tomblin, Barill, Moye, Campbell, Walker and Pethtel - Repealing or removing certain portions of education-related statutes that have expired - Introduced 1/20/14 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 1/24/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Education 2/27/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *4236.        By Del. Fleischauer, Campbell, Pino, Longstreth, Ellem, Phillips, L., Hunt, Poore, Sobonya, Moore and Storch - Sexual assault nurse examination network (original similar to S. B. No. 9) - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/14 - Passed House 2/5/14 - To Senate 2/6/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 2/6/14 - To Judiciary 2/28/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/14 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/6/14 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/7/14

 

   *4237.        By Del. Lawrence, Barrett, Guthrie, Skinner, Perdue, Campbell, Marshall, Poore, Fleischauer, Staggers and Evans, A. - Prohibiting the sale, distribution and use of electronic cigarettes, vapor products and other alternative nicotine products to persons under the age of eighteen - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/14 - Amended - Passed House 2/13/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 2/14/14 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 3/4/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *4242.        By Del. Diserio, Jones, Swartzmiller, Ferro, Fleischauer, Perdue, Poore, Storch, Poling, D., Eldridge and Phillips, L. - Increasing gross weight limitations on certain roads in Brooke County - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/23/14 - Amended - Passed House 2/26/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Government Organization 2/27/14 - Passed Senate 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

   *4245.        By Del. Fleischauer, Young, Iaquinta, Barrett, Barker, Barill, Diserio, Perdue, Guthrie, Ellington and Miller - Relating to anticipated retirement dates of certain health care professionals - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Government Organization then Health and Human Resources - To House Health and Human Resources 2/14/14 - Amended - Passed House 2/25/14 - To Senate 2/26/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To Health and Human Resources 2/26/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 3/7/14

 

   *4254.        By Del. Armstead, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Ashley, Cadle, Westfall, McCuskey, Butler, Manchin, Walters, Boggs and Nelson, E. - Providing that certain state employees may be granted a leave of absence with pay during a declared state of emergency - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Finance - Passed House 2/26/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Government Organization 2/27/14 - Passed Senate 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

     4256.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Amending the annual salary schedule for members of the state police (original same as S. B. No. 392) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Finance - Passed House 2/25/14 - To Senate 2/26/14 - To Finance 2/26/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/14

 

   *4257.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Providing criminal penalties for the dissemination of false, misleading or deceptive information through automated telephone calls during a declared state of emergency (original same as S. B. No. 390) - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/20/14 - To Senate 2/21/14 - To Judiciary 2/21/14

 

     4259.         By Del. Romine - Extending the time for the city council of the city of Sistersville, Tyler County, to meet as a levying body - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Finance - To House Finance 1/30/14 - Passed House 2/20/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/21/14 - To Government Organization 2/21/14 - Passed Senate 3/4/14 - Effective from passage

 

   *4267.        By Del. Iaquinta, Boggs, Fleischauer, Longstreth, Poling, D., Moore, Williams, Azinger, Rowan, Ferro and Phillips, R. - Legalizing and regulating the sale and use of fireworks and creating the West Virginia Veterans Program Fund (original same as S. B. No. 389) - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/18/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2014 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 2/27/14

 

   *4268.        By Del. Iaquinta, Boggs, Fleischauer, Longstreth, Perry, Morgan, Wells, Poore, Evans, D. and Lane - Relating to the administration of veterans' assistance (original same as S. B. No. 449) - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/30/14 - Passed House 2/17/14 - To Senate 2/18/14 - To Government Organization 2/18/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/14

 

   *4270.        By Del. Westfall, Boggs, Perry, Poling, M., Espinosa, Raines, Ashley, Hamrick, Tomblin, Cadle and Pasdon - Relating to salaries of service employees of the state camp and conference center known as Cedar Lakes Conference Center - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 2/11/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Finance 2/27/14 - Passed Senate 3/6/14

 

   *4278.        By Del. Perdue, Fleischauer, Morgan, Guthrie, Ellington, Staggers and Swartzmiller - Rewriting the procedure by which corporations may obtain authorization from the West Virginia Board of Medicine to practice medicine and surgery - Introduced 1/23/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/28/14 - Passed House 2/10/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/11/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 2/11/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/7/14 - Title amended

 

   *4283.        By Del. Barrett, Barill, Barker, Diserio, Lawrence, Manypenny, Marcum, Poling, D., Reynolds, Sponaugle and Young - Raising the minimum wage (original similar to S. B. No. 411) - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Industry and Labor then Finance - To House Finance 1/30/14 - Passed House 2/12/14 - To Senate 2/13/14 - To Finance 2/13/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/7/14

 

   *4284.        By Del. Perdue, Fleischauer, Barrett, Caputo, Sponaugle, Kinsey, Lawrence, Manchin, Skinner, Guthrie and Young - Pregnant Workers' Fairness Act - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Judiciary - Amendments pending - Motion to modify amendment adopted - Passed House 2/5/14 - To Senate 2/6/14 - To Labor then Judiciary - To Labor 2/6/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14 - Passed Senate 3/6/14 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered and passed bill 3/6/14

 

     4286.         By Del. Williams, Tomblin, Phillips, R., Eldridge, Hartman, Sponaugle, Walker, Pino, Craig, Miller and Anderson - Captive Cervid Farming Act - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance - To House Finance 1/30/14 - Recommitted to Finance on 2nd reading 2/21/14 - Amended - Passed House 2/26/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Judiciary - To Agriculture and Rural Development 2/27/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *4287.        By Del. Fleischauer, Marshall, Barill, Manypenny, Fragale, Campbell, Pasdon, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), White, Pethtel and Tomblin - Administration of health maintenance tasks - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 2/4/14 - To Senate 2/5/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 2/5/14 - To Judiciary 2/28/14 - Passed Senate 3/6/14 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate effective date 3/6/14 - Effective from passage

 

   *4290.        By Del. Moore, Campbell, Azinger and Reynolds - Revising the regulatory structure of money transmitters and other entities - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Finance - To House Finance 2/6/14 - Passed House 2/24/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Government Organization - To Banking and Insurance 2/25/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 3/6/14 - Effective July 1, 2014

 

   *4294.        By Del. Ashley, Westfall, Manchin, Hunt, Skinner, Ellem, McCuskey, Shott, Morgan, Craig and Lane - Establishing standards for court reporters and entities that provide court reporting services - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/19/14 - To Senate 2/20/14 - To Judiciary 2/20/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *4298.        By Del. Manchin and Morgan - Changing the experience requirements of the composition of the members of the West Virginia Ethics Commission (original same as S. B. No. 484) - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/5/14 - Passed House 2/14/14 - To Senate 2/17/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 2/17/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/14

 

     4301.         By Del. Eldridge, Wells, Craig, Evans, A., Hamilton, Paxton, White, Marcum, Phillips, R., Perry and Young - Allowing limited reciprocal use of hunting and fishing licenses with the Commonwealth of Kentucky (original same as S. B. No. 404) - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/6/14 - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 2/14/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/17/14 - To Interstate Cooperation then Judiciary - To Interstate Cooperation 2/17/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/4/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/4/14

 

     4302.         By Del. Skaff, Guthrie, Poore, Wells, Perry, Pasdon and Walters - Relating to elections for public school purposes - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/6/14 - Amended - Passed House 2/18/14 - To Senate 2/19/14 - To Judiciary 2/19/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/6/14

 

   *4304.        By Del. Wells, Guthrie, Skaff, Fleischauer, Skinner, Manypenny, Barill, Smith, R., Walters, Poore and McCuskey - Providing rules for motor vehicles passing bicycles on roadways (original same as S. B. No. 349 and S. B. No. 608) - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Judiciary 2/25/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/5/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/14

 

   *4305.        By Del. Fragale, Iaquinta, Diserio and Jones - Relating to the requirements of members of a building commission board be from the same political party - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/13/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 2/27/14 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 3/4/14

 

   *4307.        By Del. Campbell, Perry, Barill, Poling, M., Pasdon, Hamrick, Sponaugle, Hartman, Tomblin, Marcum and Storch - Relating to school celebrations, recognition programs and events - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To House Education 2/4/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Education - To Health and Human Resources 2/27/14

 

   *4309.        By Del. Phillips, R., Hartman, Eldridge, Marcum, White, Barker, Tomblin, Craig, Sponaugle, Diserio and Moore - Permitting a person to keep a firearm in his or her motor vehicle upon the grounds of the State Capitol Complex (original similar to S. B. No. 442) - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/17/14 - To Senate 2/18/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 2/18/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14

 

     4310.         By Del. Phillips, R., Marcum, White, Barker, Tomblin, Craig, Evans, A., Ashley, Sponaugle, Smith, R. and Diserio - Making gun permits and applications confidential except for law enforcement purposes (original similar to S. B. No. 198) - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/26/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14

 

   *4312.        By Del. Staggers and Lawrence - Creating a certification for emergency medical technician-industrial - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Industry and Labor then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 1/30/14 - Passed House 2/25/14 - To Senate 2/26/14 - To Government Organization 2/26/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/14

 

   *4316.        By Del. Poling, M., Perry, Moye, Tomblin, Young, Barrett, Barill, Walker, Pasdon, Pethtel and Fragale - Creating the student data accessability, transparency and accountability act - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/14/14 - Amended - Amended - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Education 2/27/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading with right to amend 3/8/14

 

   *4318.        By Del. Fleischauer, Longstreth, Campbell, Pethtel, Barrett, Barill, Jones, Stephens, Iaquinta, Rowan and Ireland - Continuing education of veterans mental health - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization - To House Government Organization 2/12/14 - Passed House 2/21/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/24/14 - To Military then Government Organization - To Military 2/24/14 - To Government Organization 2/27/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

   *4327.        By Del. Tomblin, Phillips, R., Sponaugle, Lynch, Skaff, Boggs, Caputo, Marcum, White, Manchin and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) - Prohibiting health care practitioners from prescribing or administering drugs other than in a good faith, therapeutic manner - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Health and Human Resources 2/27/14

 

     4332.         By Del. Border, Anderson, Ellem, Azinger, Perdue, Poling, D., Staggers, Ellington, Cowles, Fleischauer and Lane - Extending the time that certain nonprofit community groups are exempt from the moratorium on creating new nursing home beds - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Health and Human Resources - Passed House 2/4/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/5/14 - To Health and Human Resources 2/5/14 - Passed Senate 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

   *4333.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to the redirection of certain Lottery revenues to the State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund (original same as S. B. No. 385) - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Finance - Amended - Passed House 2/26/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Finance 2/27/14 - On 3rd reading with right to amend 3/8/14

 

   *4335.        By Del. Phillips, L., Campbell, Guthrie, Poore, Staggers, Moore, Perdue, Poling, M., Eldridge, Fleischauer and Marshall - Relating to a child's right to nurse - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 1/30/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 2/27/14 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 3/4/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading with right to amend 3/8/14

 

   *4336.        By Del. Marcum, White, Poling, M., Ferro, Pethtel, Perry, Moore, Reynolds, Caputo, Pino and Barrett - Relating to state control of county schools - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Education - Passed House 2/10/14 - To Senate 2/11/14 - To Education 2/11/14

 

   *4339.        By Del. Campbell, Hartman, Sponaugle, Manchin, White, Hamilton and Lynch - Ensuring that moneys from the Solid Waste Authority Closure Cost Assistance Fund are available to facilitate the closure of the Elkins-Randolph County Landfill and the Webster County Landfill (original similar to S. B. No. 565) - Introduced 1/27/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/5/14 - Amendments pending - Passed House 2/19/14 - To Senate 2/20/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 2/20/14 - To Finance 2/28/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *4343.        By Del. Skaff, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Hartman, Miller, Barrett, Walters, Guthrie, Lawrence, Fragale, Young and Ashley - West Virginia Project Launchpad Act (original same as S. B. No. 312) - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance - To House Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development 1/28/14 - To House Finance 2/6/14 - Passed House 2/14/14 - To Senate 2/17/14 - To Finance 2/17/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

     4346.         By Del. Phillips, R., Caputo, Andes, Craig, Sumner, Pethtel, Marcum, Lynch, Tomblin, Eldridge and Barker - Establishing separate standards of performance for carbon dioxide emissions (original similar to S. B. No. 530) - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/14/14 - Amendments pending - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 2/26/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary - To Energy, Industry and Mining 2/27/14 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 3/4/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *4347.        By Del. Shott, Sponaugle, Sobonya, Manchin, Lane, Poore and Pino - Relating to affirmative defenses against mechanics' liens (original similar to S. B. No. 568) - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/17/14 - To Senate 2/18/14 - To Judiciary 2/18/14 - Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading 3/5/14 - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *4349.        By Del. Pethtel, Jones, Canterbury, Kump, Craig, Lynch and Ellem - Clarifying retirement dependent child scholarship and burial benefits under a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (original same as S. B. No. 451) - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Pensions and Retirement then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/6/14 - Passed House 2/17/14 - To Senate 2/18/14 - To Judiciary 2/18/14 - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *4350.        By Del. Fleischauer, Ferro, Longstreth, Iaquinta, Barill, Paxton, Rowan, Eldridge, Phillips, L., Reynolds and Jones - Providing for the awarding of a West Virginia Veterans Medal and ribbon, and a West Virginia Service Cross and ribbon to certain qualifying West Virginia Veterans (original same as S. B. No. 468) - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed House 2/20/14 - To Senate 2/21/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/26/14 - To Governor 3/6/14

 

   *4354.        By Del. Fleischauer, Manypenny, Perdue, Ellem, Longstreth, Marshall, Miller, Guthrie and Lane - Requiring the reporting and publication of all compensation, including contingent compensation, paid to lobbyists - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Judiciary - Amended on 3rd reading - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14

 

     4359.         By Del. Guthrie - Relating to licensure of managing general agents of insurers (original similar to S. B. No. 407) - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/6/14 - Passed House 2/19/14 - To Senate 2/20/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To Governor 3/5/14

 

   *4360.        By Del. Guthrie, Phillips, L., Poore, Sponaugle, Young, Skinner, Fragale, Skaff and Caputo - Relating to consumer credit protection - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/20/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *4363.        By Del. Perdue, Ferro, Diserio and Poore - Creating an informal dispute resolution process available to behavioral health providers - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/6/14 - Passed House 2/20/14 - To Senate 2/21/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 2/21/14 - To Judiciary 2/28/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/6/14 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered passage of bill - Amended - Passed Senate 3/6/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/7/14

 

     4365.         By Del. Pethtel, Jones, Canterbury, Kump, Craig, Lynch and Ellem - Relating to employer remittance and reporting of Teachers Retirement System member contributions to the retirement board - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 1/30/14 - Passed House 2/19/14 - To Senate 2/20/14 - To Pensions then Finance - To Pensions 2/20/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 3/5/14

 

     4372.         By Del. Moore, Campbell, Reynolds, Azinger and Nelson, E. - Permitting the Commissioner of Financial Institutions to require the filing of certain reports, data or information directly with the Division of Financial Institutions - Introduced 1/29/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/6/14 - Passed House 2/19/14 - To Senate 2/20/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Passed Senate 2/24/14 - To Governor 3/5/14

 

   *4373.        By Del. Poling, M., Barrett, Lawrence, Perry, Walker, Fragale, Campbell and Tomblin - Relating to driver education programs - Introduced 1/29/14 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 2/5/14 - Passed House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Education then Finance - To Education 2/25/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 3/7/14

 

   *4375.        By Del. Reynolds, Skaff, Pethtel, Phillips, L., Canterbury, Jones and Sponaugle - West Virginia Voluntary Employee Retirement Accounts Program (original similar to S. B. No. 488) - Introduced 1/30/14 - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance - To House Finance 2/13/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Pensions then Finance - To Pensions 2/27/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 3/3/14

 

   *4384.        By Del. Campbell, Poling, M., Perry, Tomblin, Young, Barrett, Lawrence, Hartman, Phillips, L., Ferro and Hunt - Requiring teachers of students with exceptional needs to either be present at an individualized education program meeting or to read and sign a copy of the individualized education program plan - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Education - Passed House 2/19/14 - To Senate 2/20/14 - To Education 2/20/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/3/14 - Title amended - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/4/14 - Passed House 3/4/14

 

   *4392.        By Del. Morgan, Diserio, Jones, Poling, D. and Barker - Regulating persons who perform work on heating, ventilating and cooling systems and fire dampers - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/12/14 - Passed House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Government Organization 2/25/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/6/14

 

   *4393.        By Del. Swartzmiller, Wells, Manypenny, Ellem, Paxton, Fragale, Craig and Storch - Creating the Dangerous Wild Animals Act (original similar to S. B. No. 428) - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/14/14 - Amended - Passed House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Judiciary - To Agriculture and Rural Development 2/25/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate 3/6/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/6/14

 

   *4394.        By Del. Poling, M., Perry, Barrett, Lawrence, Campbell, Williams, Moye, Walker, Fragale, Tomblin and Young - Relating to the filling of professional personnel positions in the public schools - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Education - Amended - Passed House 2/14/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/17/14 - To Education 2/17/14

 

   *4399.        By Del. Skaff, Poore, Lane, Guthrie, Wells, McCuskey, Storch and Lawrence - Prohibiting a local levying body from holding a special election under certain circumstances (original similar to S. B. No. 374) - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/14 - Passed House 2/21/14 - To Senate 2/24/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 2/24/14

 

   *4402.        By Del. Manchin, Skinner, Sponaugle, Longstreth, Marcum, Lynch, Wells, Caputo, Marshall and Barrett - Providing a procedure for the conditional discharge for first offense underage purchase, consumption, sale, service or possession of alcoholic liquor - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/14/14 - To Senate 2/17/14 - To Judiciary 2/17/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/4/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/14

 

   *4409.        By Del. Manchin, Skinner, Sponaugle, Fleischauer, Poore, Ferro, Longstreth, Marcum, Wells, Moore and Caputo - Creating the Valued Employee Retention program - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - Dispense 2nd reference rejected - To House Finance 2/17/14 - Passed House 2/21/14 - To Senate 2/24/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 2/24/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 3/3/14

 

   *4410.        By Del. Hartman - Redefining auctioneer exceptions (original same as S. B. No. 501) - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/14 - Passed House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Government Organization 2/25/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/14

 

   *4411.        By Del. Phillips, R., Ashley, Barker, Craig, Eldridge, Evans, A., Ferro, Hamilton and Skaff - Allowing the disposal of drill cuttings and associated drilling waste generated from well sites in commercial solid waste facilities (original same as S. B. No. 474) - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/14/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 2/27/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/14

 

   *4412.        By Del. Skaff, Barrett, Walters, Guthrie, Sponaugle, Nelson, E., Phillips, R., Gearheart and Reynolds - Relating to special one-day licenses for charitable events to sell nonintoxicating beer or wine (original similar to S. B. No. 548) - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 2/14/14 - To Finance 2/27/14

 

   *4414.        By Del. Manchin, Longstreth, Lynch, Jones, Diserio, Caputo, Young and Barrett - Relating to the solicitation of public employees by a candidate for an elective office - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/12/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/13/14 - To Judiciary 2/13/14

 

   *4416.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Del. Fragale and Iaquinta - Exempting certified professional estimator services from consumers sales tax - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Finance - Passed House 2/26/14 - Effective July 1, 2014 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Finance 2/27/14

 

     4421.         By Del. White, Skaff, Boggs, Barrett, Craig, Evans, A., Manchin, Reynolds, Storch, Swartzmiller and Marcum - Allowing the lottery to pay prizes utilizing other payment methods in addition to checks (original same as S. B. No. 494) - Introduced 2/6/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/12/14 - To Senate 2/13/14 - To Judiciary 2/13/14 - Passed Senate 3/4/14

 

   *4425.        By Del. White, Marcum, Ferro, Manchin, Poling, D., Caputo, Boggs, Swartzmiller, Craig, Barker and Skaff - Giving the Superintendent of State Police authority to hire additional staff - Introduced 2/6/14 - To Finance - Passed House 2/20/14 - To Senate 2/21/14 - To Finance 2/21/14 - Passed Senate 3/6/14

 

     4431.         By Del. Swartzmiller, Diserio, Poling, D., Jones, Boggs, Lynch, Young, Phillips, R., Marcum, Manypenny and Ferro - Clarifying that persons who possess firearms, hunting dogs or other indicia of hunting do not necessarily need to have a hunting license (original similar to S. B. No. 298) - Introduced 2/6/14 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/13/14 - Passed House 2/20/14 - To Senate 2/21/14 - To Judiciary 2/21/14 - Passed Senate 3/7/14

 

   *4432.        By Del. Guthrie, Hartman, Perry and Ashley - Adopting Principle Based Reserving as the method by which life insurance company reserves are calculated - Introduced 2/6/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/12/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary - To Banking and Insurance 2/27/14 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 3/3/14 - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

     4437.         By Del. Perry, Morgan, Eldridge, Campbell and Poling, M. - Relating to the Division of Juvenile Services - Introduced 2/7/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/21/14 - To Senate 2/24/14 - To Judiciary 2/24/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/4/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/4/14

 

     4445.         By Del. Eldridge, Hartman, Barrett, Fleischauer, Campbell, Hamilton, Lynch and Sponaugle - Modifying the definition of "battery" and "domestic battery" - Introduced 2/7/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/19/14 - To Senate 2/20/14 - To Judiciary 2/20/14 - Passed Senate 3/4/14

 

   *4449.        By Del. Phillips, R., Lynch, Tomblin, Eldridge, Barker, Marcum, White, Caputo, Skaff, Craig and Sumner - Including proximity detection systems and cameras used on continuous mining machines and underground haulage equipment for tax credit purposes - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Energy then Finance - To House Finance 2/13/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Energy, Industry and Mining then Finance - To Energy, Industry and Mining 2/27/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Passed Senate 3/6/14

 

     4453.         By Del. Manchin, Longstreth, Ferro, Pino, Sponaugle and Manypenny - Relating to the calculation of child support obligations (original same as S. B. No. 549) - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/17/14 - To Senate 2/18/14 - To Judiciary 2/18/14

 

     4454.         By Del. Manchin, Skinner, Caputo, Guthrie, Hunt, Lawrence, Skaff, Sponaugle, Wells, Nelson, E. and Ambler - Relating to the sale of alcoholic beverages on Sundays by private licensees - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Judiciary - Amendments pending - Amended - Passed House 2/17/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/18/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To Government Organization 2/18/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

   *4455.        By Del. Manchin, Skinner, Caputo, Guthrie, Hunt, Skaff, Sponaugle, Wells, Ambler and Nelson, E. - Relating to the sale of wine and alcoholic liquors by licensed wineries, farm wineries, distilleries and mini-distilleries - Introduced 2/10/14 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/20/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/21/14 - To Judiciary 2/21/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/7/14 - Effective from passage

 

     4457.         By Del. Lawrence, Raines, Staggers, Fleischauer, Longstreth, Marshall, Hunt, Barrett, Moore, Phillips, L. and Skinner - Authorizing a legislative rule for the Council of Community and Technical College Education regarding WV EDGE program - Introduced 2/11/14 - To Education - Passed House 2/21/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/24/14 - To Education 2/24/14 - Passed Senate 3/5/14 - Effective from passage

 

     4460.         By Del. Caputo, Swartzmiller, Eldridge, Storch, Azinger, Poling, D., Iaquinta and Ellem - Relating to violating provisions of the civil service law for paid fire departments - Introduced 2/11/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Judiciary 2/25/14 - Passed Senate 3/7/14

 

   *4473.        By Del. Fleischauer, Manypenny, Poore, Marshall, Iaquinta, Skinner and Hamilton - Relating to establishing voting precincts and changing the composition of standard receiving boards - Introduced 2/11/14 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/21/14 - To Senate 2/24/14 - To Judiciary 2/24/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/14

 

   *4480.        By Del. Craig and Skaff - Relating to investment of the Acid Mine Drainage Fund - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Energy then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/20/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Finance 2/27/14 - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

     4488.         By Del. Morgan, Poore, Poling, D., Fleischauer, Manypenny and Sponaugle - Eliminating the requirement for notarization of the articles of incorporation for cooperative associations - Introduced 2/12/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Judiciary 2/25/14 - Passed Senate 3/5/14

 

   *4490.        By Del. Sponaugle, Reynolds, Skinner, Poore, Wells, Ferro, Moore, Marcum, Pino, Manchin and Hunt - Attorney General Ethics and Accountability Act - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Judiciary - Motion to advance bill to 3rd reading with amendments pending and the right to amend rejected - Amendments pending - Amended - Passed House 2/24/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Judiciary 2/25/14

 

   *4496.        By Del. Skaff, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Armstead, Lane, Nelson, E., Fragale, Moore, McCuskey and Poore - Providing for the allocation of matching funds from future moneys deposited into the West Virginia Research Trust Fund (original same as S. B. No. 560) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Education then Finance - To House Finance 2/18/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Finance 2/27/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/6/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/6/14

 

     4500.         By Del. Morgan, Poore, Poling, D., Manypenny and Sponaugle - Relating to requirements for business registration - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/18/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14

 

   *4501.        By Del. Sumner, Cooper, O'Neal, Arvon, Shott, Moye, Ambler, Gearheart, Staggers, Miller and Sobonya - Providing that law-enforcement officers employed as school security be allowed to carry firearms on school property under certain conditions (original same as S. B. No. 539) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Education then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/20/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Education then Judiciary - To Education 2/27/14

 

     4503.         By Del. Marshall, Iaquinta, Williams, Anderson and Evans, A. - Declaring certain claims against the state and its agencies to be moral obligations of the state - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Finance - Passed House 2/24/14 - Effective from passage - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Finance 2/25/14 - Passed Senate 3/6/14 - Effective from passage

 

     4504.         By Del. Perry, Morgan, Campbell and Ellem - Providing for sharing juvenile records in certain circumstances with another state (original same as S. B. No. 544) - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 2/27/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/28/14 - To Governor 3/6/14

 

   *4510.        By Del. Lawrence, Poore, Phillips, L., Cowles, Sponaugle, Fleischauer, Kinsey, Perdue, Young, Reynolds and Marshall - Relating to goals for the care of foster children - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/26/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14

 

     4529.         By Del. Manchin, Ferro, Lawrence, Pethtel, Boggs and Skaff - Relating to the sale of wine - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Judiciary 2/25/14 - Passed Senate 3/7/14

 

   *4537.        By Del. Williams, Perdue, Arvon, Morgan, Guthrie, Fleischauer and Campbell - West Virginia CARES Act (original similar to S. B. No. 590) - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To House Finance 2/18/14 - Amended - Passed House 2/26/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Finance - To Health and Human Resources 2/27/14 - On 2nd reading to Finance 3/4/14

 

   *4538.        By Del. Staggers, Morgan and Stephens - Relating to the Board of Dentistry - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Government Organization then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/18/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Government Organization 2/27/14 - Passed Senate 3/7/14

 

     4549.         By Del. Manchin, Moore, Eldridge and Skaff - Clarifying the regulation of nonintoxicating beer brewers and distributors, agreements, networks, products, brands and extensions of a line of brands (original same as S. B. No. 597) - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/7/14

 

   *4552.        By Del. Hunt, Sponaugle, Wells and Manypenny - Relating to the court of claims - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To House Finance 2/21/14 - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/7/14 - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered passage of bill - Amended - Passed Senate 3/7/14

 

   *4555.        By Del. Caputo, Longstreth, Manchin, Fleischauer, Marshall, Perry, Poling, M., White, Williams, Boggs and Fragale - Requiring county boards of education to provide released time for professional educators and service personnel when serving in an elected municipal or county office - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Finance - Amended - Passed House 2/26/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Education then Finance - To Education 2/27/14

 

   *4560.        By Del. Manchin, Caputo, Longstreth, Skinner, Moore, Wells, Poling, M. and Sponaugle - Relating to reimbursement for copies of medical records - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Judiciary 2/25/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

     4588.         By Del. Perry, Reynolds, Skaff, Smith, P., Pino, Moye, Eldridge, Campbell, Stephens, Marcum and Barker - Protecting unborn children who are capable of experiencing pain by prohibiting abortion after twenty weeks (original similar to S. B. No. 388) - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To House Judiciary 2/18/14 - Amended - Passed House 2/25/14 - To Senate 2/26/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary - To Health and Human Resources 2/26/14 - On 2nd reading to Judiciary 3/4/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

     4601.         By Del. White (By Request), Boggs and Skaff - Relating to fiscal management and regulation of publicly-owned utilities - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Judiciary - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary 2/27/14 - Amended - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

   *4608.        By Del. Barrett, Lawrence, Young, Tomblin and Campbell - Defining dyslexia and dyscalculia (original similar to S. B. No. 412) - Introduced 2/17/14 - To Education - Passed House 2/26/14 - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Education 2/27/14 - On 3rd reading 3/8/14

 

     4618.         By Del. Perry, Young, Tomblin, Fragale, Williams, Walker, Espinosa, Cooper, Moye, Sumner and Evans, D. (Originating in House Education) - Establishing transformative system of support for early literacy - Introduced 2/19/14 - Passed House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Education 2/25/14 - Amended - Passed Senate 3/5/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 3/5/14

 

     4619.         By Del. Poling, M., Perry, Pethtel, Lawrence, Barrett, Campbell, Rowan, Pasdon, Hamrick, Westfall and Ambler (Originating in House Education) - Authorizing innovation school districts - Introduced 2/21/14 - Amended - Passed House 2/26/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Education 2/27/14 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/6/14 - House refused to concur and requested Senate to recede 3/6/14 - Senate refused to recede and requested conference 3/7/14

 

     4621.         By Del. Boggs, Guthrie, Iaquinta, Perdue, Pethtel, Phillips, R., Poling, D., Williams, Canterbury, Cowles and Gearheart (Originating in House Finance) - Expiring funds to the Board of Risk and Insurance Management, Patient Injury Compensation Fund from the Board of Risk and Insurance Management Medical Liability Fund - Introduced 3/3/14 - Passed House 3/6/14 - Effective from passage - Committee reference dispensed - Constitutional rule suspended - Passed Senate 3/7/14 - Effective from passage


HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY

HOUSE AND COMMUNICATED TO SENATE

 

       108.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Del. Armstead, Manchin, Boggs, Young, White, Barker, Sponaugle, Diserio, Ashley and O'Neal - Nonprofit Youth Organization Tax Exemption Support Amendment - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Finance - Amended on 3rd reading - Adopted by House 2/26/14 - Title amended - To Senate 2/27/14 - To Judiciary then Finance - To Judiciary 2/27/14 - To Finance 3/3/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate with amended title 3/7/14


HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY

HOUSE AND COMMUNICATED TO SENATE

 

           1.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) - Extending an invitation to His Excellency, the Governor, to deliver an address to the Legislature and raising a Joint Assembly therefor - Introduced 1/9/14 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 1/8/14 - To Senate 1/8/14 - Committee reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 1/8/14

 

         *2.        By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin and Marcum - The "USMC CPL Larry G. Carnutte Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/14

 

         *3.        By Del. Phillips, R., Marcum and Tomblin - The "Army Captain Thomas McElwain Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14

 

         *4.        By Del. Tomblin, Phillips, R. and Marcum - The "Army Corporal Eldred Jennings Hensley Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 2/28/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/3/14

 

         *5.        By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin and Marcum - The "Sergeant Elzie Mundy, Jr. Bridge" - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 2/28/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/3/14

 

         *6.        By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin and Marcum - The "Marine LCpl Benny A. Gilco Bridge" - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 2/28/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/3/14

 

           7.         By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin and Marcum - The "Kerry Albright Road" - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/27/14

 

         *8.        By Del. Phillips, R., Marcum and Tomblin - The "Oral Gene Castle Bridge" - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 2/28/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/3/14

 

         *9.        By Del. Perry and Staggers - The "Army S/SGT Raymond Lawrence Berry Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/3/14 - To Senate 3/4/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/4/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14

 

       *10.        By Del. Walker, Perry, Pino and Staggers - The "Veterans Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/4/14 - To Senate 2/5/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/18/14

 

         11.         By Del. Evans, A. and Sponaugle - The "Pendleton County Union Veterans Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/20/14 - To Senate 2/21/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/21/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/4/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/4/14

 

         12.         By Del. Sponaugle and Evans, A. - The "Pendleton County Confederate Veterans Memorial Highway" - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/20/14 - To Senate 2/21/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/21/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/3/14

 

       *13.        By Del. Perry, Pino and Staggers - The "Thomas H. Stafford Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 1/30/14 - To Senate 1/31/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 1/31/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/18/14

 

         14.         By Del. Walker - The "Army Specialist Fifth Class Elton Dale Workman Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/9/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/4/14 - To Senate 2/5/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/5/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 2/19/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 2/20/14

 

       *17.        By Del. Evans, A. and Sponaugle - The "Captain Isaac Alt West Virginia Militia Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/20/14 - To Senate 2/21/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/21/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/7/14

 

       *18.        By Del. Sponaugle and Evans, A. - The "Dr. H. Luke Eye Bridge" - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/20/14 - To Senate 2/21/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/21/14

 

       *19.        By Del. Hamilton and Azinger - The "Army Specialist 4 William Lewis Reger Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/4/14 - To Senate 2/5/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/5/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 2/19/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 2/20/14

 

       *20.        By Del. Evans, A., Staggers and Lynch - The "Army Corporal William Eugene Shank Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 1/14/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/3/14 - To Senate 3/4/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/4/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14

 

       *23.        By Del. Hamilton - Army Sgt. Walter William Smith Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/4/14 - To Senate 2/5/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/5/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 2/19/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 2/20/14

 

       *24.        By Del. Marcum, White, Moore, Tomblin and Phillips, R. - Fredrick Dempsey Bridge - Introduced 1/16/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14

 

         25.         By Del. Williams, Moye, Campbell, Ferro, Manypenny, Marshall, Moore, Perdue, Pethtel, Perry, Pino, Stephens, Young, Rowan, O'Neal, Armstead, Ashley, Border, Ellem, Faircloth, Ferns, Householder, Raines, Sobonya and Westfall (Originating in House Senior Citizen Issues) - Urging the West Virginia Governor's Office and the Senate and House Finance Committees to include sufficient funds in the budget to eliminate the wait list for the Aged and Disabled Waiver program - Introduced 1/16/14 - To House Rules 1/16/14 - Laid over until 2/5, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 2/5/14 - To Senate 2/6/14 - To Health and Human Resources 2/6/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14

 

         26.         By Del. Marcum, White, Phillips, R., Barill, Skinner, Pethtel, Ireland, Perdue, Householder, Kinsey and Poling, M. - Requesting the Division of Highways to build the bridge on County Route 65/03 located near Tug Valley High School - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14

 

       *27.        By Del. Poling, M. and Hamilton - The Audra Park Bridge in Memory of Army Sergeant John A. Charnoplosky - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 1/30/14 - To Senate 1/31/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 1/31/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 2/19/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/24/14

 

       *28.        By Del. Marcum, White, Phillips, R., Moore and Raines - William S. (Bill) Croaff Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/17/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/7/14

 

       *30.        By Del. Marcum and White - Everett Ronnie Fields, Sr. Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14

 

         31.         By Del. Fragale, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Iaquinta - Rosalyn Queen Alonso Bridge - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 1/30/14 - To Senate 1/31/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 1/31/14

 

       *32.        By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin, Barker and Eldridge - Joe "Toby" Slade Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 2/28/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/3/14

 

       *33.        By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin, Barker and Eldridge - Army Sergeant Andrew Clark Bridge - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14

 

       *34.        By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin, Barker and Eldridge - Marine Private Rudy Varney Bridge - Purple Heart Recipient - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/7/14

 

       *35.        By Del. Poling, M. - The Arden Bridge in Memory of Abbie Gall - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 1/30/14 - To Senate 1/31/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 1/31/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 2/19/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/24/14

 

       *36.        By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin, Marcum, Eldridge and Barker - Army Sergeant Billy E. Vinson Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/21/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/6/14

 

       *37.        By Del. Pethtel - Army Sergeant Charles Leo Dulaney Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 1/30/14 - To Senate 1/31/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 1/31/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 2/19/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 2/20/14

 

       *38.        By Del. Wells, Guthrie and Skaff - W.T. (Big Bill) Elswick Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/4/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/4/14

 

       *39.        By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin, Marcum, White, Eldridge and Barker - Army LTC Robert "Bob" Marslender Bridge - Introduced 1/22/14 - Adopted by House 2/27/14 - To Senate 2/28/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/28/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14

 

         40.         By Del. Gearheart, Arvon, Moore, Staggers, Ambler, Cooper, Sponaugle, Barrett, Hamrick, Overington and Ellington - Designating "Take Me Home Country Roads" an official state song. - Introduced 1/22/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/4/14 - To Senate 2/5/14 - To Government Organization 2/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/7/14

 

         42.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Del. Swartzmiller, Ambler, Anderson, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barill, Barker, Barrett, Boggs, Border, Cadle, Campbell, Canterbury, Caputo, Craig, Diserio, Eldridge, Ellem, Ellington, Evans, A., Evans, D., Faircloth, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Folk, Fragale, Frich, Gearheart, Guthrie, Hamilton, Hamrick, Hartman, Hunt, Iaquinta, Jones, Kinsey, Longstreth, Lynch, Manchin, Manypenny, Marcum, Marshall, Miller, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Pasdon, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, L., Phillips, R., Pino, Poling, D., Poling, M., Poore, Reynolds, Romine, Rowan, Skaff, Skinner, Smith, P., Smith, R., Sobonya, Sponaugle, Staggers, Stephens, Storch, Sumner, Tomblin, Walker, Walters, Wells, Westfall, White, Williams and Young - Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012 - Introduced 1/22/14 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 1/22/14 - To Senate 1/23/14 - To Banking and Insurance 1/23/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 2/10/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 2/11/14

 

       *43.        By Del. Shott, Gearheart, Ellington and Moore - Dr. William Prudich Memorial Highway - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/19/14 - To Senate 2/20/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/20/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/3/14

 

       *44.        By Del. Moore, Phillips, L., Marcum and White - Carnie L. Spratt Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/24/14 - To House Rules 1/24/14 - To House Rules 1/24/14 - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14

 

       *45.        By Del. Miller, Craig, Eldridge, Phillips, R., Morgan, Barker and Sobonya - U.S. Army SFC Bob L. VandeLinde Bridge - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/20/14 - To Senate 2/21/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/21/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/3/14

 

         46.         By Del. Marcum, White, Eldridge, Phillips, R., Tomblin and Barker - Ingram's Way - Introduced 1/24/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14

 

       *47.        By Del. Phillips, L., Moore and White - Army SFC Michael Joe "Joey" Marushia Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/27/14 - To House Rules 1/27/14 - To House Rules 1/27/14 - Adopted by House 2/27/14 - To Senate 2/28/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/28/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14

 

       *48.        By Del. Phillips, L., Moore and White - Corporal Tracy Thurman Walls Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/27/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/27/14 - To Senate 2/28/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/28/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14

 

         49.         By Del. Barker, Phillips, R., Tomblin, Eldridge, Barill, Marcum and White - Army PFC Lilborn Dillon Memorial Road - Introduced 1/27/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/7/14

 

       *50.        By Del. Eldridge, Phillips, R., Tomblin, Morgan, Stephens, Barker, Craig, Miller, Sobonya and Reynolds - Fleming Drive - Introduced 1/27/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14

 

       *52.        By Del. Arvon, Staggers, O'Neal, Sumner, Moye, Perry and Pino - Kennenth A. Chapman Sr. Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/7/14

 

       *53.        By Del. Barker, Eldridge, Phillips, R., Tomblin, Barill and Marcum - Julian, Earl and Edward Hill Brothers Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/20/14 - To Senate 2/21/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/21/14

 

       *54.        By Del. Caputo, Longstreth and Manchin - Chief Denzil O. Lockard Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/4/14 - To Senate 2/5/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/18/14

 

       *55.        By Del. Caputo, Longstreth and Manchin - Alex Angelino Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/28/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/4/14 - To Senate 2/5/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/5/14 - Adopted by Senate 2/18/14

 

       *56.        By Del. Romine, Evans, A., Hartman, Campbell, Sponaugle and Pethtel - Army SSG Jesse Adam Ault Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/29/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/20/14 - To Senate 2/21/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/21/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/4/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/4/14

 

         57.         By Del. Williams, Moye, Campbell, Ferro, Manypenny, Marshall, Moore, Perdue, Pethtel, Perry, Pino, Stephens, Young, Rowan, O'Neal, Armstead, Ashley, Border, Faircloth, Ferns, Sobonya, Westfall and Ellington (Originating in House Senior Citizen Issues) - Providing for the licensing of adult day health centers that implement a hybrid model of care - Introduced 1/30/14 - To House Rules 1/30/14 - Laid over until 2/5, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 2/5/14 - To Senate 2/6/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization - To Health and Human Resources 2/6/14 - 2nd reference dispensed - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14

 

         58.         By Del. Williams, Moye, Campbell, Ferro, Manypenny, Marshall, Moore, Perdue, Pethtel, Perry, Pino, Stephens, Young, Rowan, O'Neal, Armstead, Ashley, Border, Faircloth, Ferns, Sobonya and Westfall (Originating in House Senior Citizen Issues) - Requesting a study on the growing needs for in-home care and personal services for West Virginia's aging population - Introduced 1/30/14 - To House Rules 1/30/14 - Laid over until 2/5, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 2/5/14 - To Senate 2/6/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - To Health and Human Resources 2/6/14 - To Rules 3/6/14

 

         59.         By Del. Williams, Moye, Campbell, Ferro, Manypenny, Marshall, Moore, Perdue, Pethtel, Perry, Pino, Stephens, Young, Rowan, O'Neal, Armstead, Ashley, Border, Faircloth, Ferns, Sobonya and Westfall (Originating in House Senior Citizen Issues) - Urging the Governor to direct the Bureau of Senior Services to issue a report on the needs for in-home care - Introduced 1/30/14 - To House Rules 1/30/14 - Laid over until 2/5, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 2/5/14 - To Senate 2/6/14 - To Health and Human Resources 2/6/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/7/14

 

       *60.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Del. Iaquinta, Fragale and Hamrick - Lester W. 'Cappy' Burnside, Jr. Bridge - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/7/14

 

         61.         By Del. Hartman, Campbell, Sponaugle, Phillips, R., Iaquinta, Perry, Craig, Guthrie, Lynch, Poling, M., Poore, Skaff, Smith, P., Staggers, Stephens, Tomblin, Walker, Wells and Young - Restoring federal funding for the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, Pocahontas County - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Education 2/14/14

 

       *62.        By Del. Fleischauer, Marshall, Manypenny, Pethtel, Williams, Iaquinta, Frich, Pasdon, Manchin, Caputo and Fragale - John W. Pyles Bridge - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Referred to Rules 3/3/14

 

       *63.        By Del. Hunt and Manchin - Army SPC Gary Wayne Hudnall Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14

 

       *64.        By Del. Smith, P. - SSG Earl F. (Fred) Brown Memorial Bridge - Introduced 1/31/14 - To Rules - Laid over until 2/21, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 2/21/14 - To Senate 2/24/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/24/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/7/14

 

       *65.        By Del. Paxton, Longstreth, Iaquinta, Andes, McCuskey, Guthrie, Wells, Young, Tomblin, Perdue, Smith, P. and Boggs - Army SP4 Harold "Skip" Grouser Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/7/14

 

       *66.        By Del. Paxton, Marshall, Craig, Young, Stephens, Westfall, Hamilton, Iaquinta, Kinsey, Barker and Reynolds - Quentin H. Wickline Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/3/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/13/14 - To Senate 2/14/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/14/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/7/14

 

         68.         By Del. Boggs and Reynolds - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to undertake a study of the development of a high speed commuter rail system in West Virginia. - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Rules - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/25/14 - To Rules 3/6/14

 

       *69.        By Del. Cadle, Hartman, Smith, P., Butler, Andes, Arvon, Azinger, Cooper, Ellem, Ellington, Hamrick, Espinosa, Evans, A., Faircloth, Folk, Householder, Howell, Iaquinta, Ireland, Miller, Pasdon, Paxton, Poore, Romine, Rowan, Shott and Westfall - U.S. Army Corporal John L. Gibbs Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/25/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/6/14

 

       *70.        By Del. Ferns, Storch, Evans, D., Ferro and Diserio - U.S. Army Sgt. Matthew D. Hunter Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/4/14 - To Rules - Laid over until 2/21, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 2/21/14 - To Senate 2/24/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/24/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/6/14

 

       *71.        By Del. Wells - Army Private William C. Bias Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/27/14 - To Senate 2/28/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/28/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/7/14

 

       *72.        By Del. Perdue and Kinsey - Roy Elmer "Doc" Moon Bridge - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/20/14 - To Senate 2/21/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/21/14

 

       *73.        By Del. Ferns and Storch - U.S. Army Captain David Van Camp Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/5/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/25/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/6/14

 

       *74.        By Del. Perry, Staggers and Pino - Deputy Roger Lee Treadway Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/7/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/25/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14

 

         75.         By Del. Armstead and Walker - Army SPC 4 Marvin Dewayne Canterbury Memorial Highway - Introduced 2/7/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/20/14 - To Senate 2/21/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/21/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/6/14

 

       *76.        By Del. Perdue and Kinsey - Army PFC Richard Lee Lakin Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/7/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/20/14 - To Senate 2/21/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/21/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14 - House concurred in Senate amendment and adopted 3/6/14

 

       *77.        By Del. Ambler and Canterbury - U. S. Army Private Eskridge A. Waggoner Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/7/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/3/14 - To Senate 3/4/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/4/14

 

       *79.        By Del. Cadle, Arvon, Boggs, Butler, Espinosa, Evans, A., Folk, Householder, Howell, Ireland, Romine, Rowan, Shott and Sumner - Ord Brothers Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/7/14 - To Rules - Laid over until 2/14/14, Daily Calendar - Adopted by House 2/14/14 - To Senate 2/17/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/17/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/14

 

         81.         By Del. Moye, Eldridge, Perry, Walker, Smith, P., Lynch, Staggers, Young, Pino, Marshall and Ellem - Recognizing February 10, 1954, as the anniversary of the addition of the words, "under God," to the United States Pledge of Allegiance - Introduced 2/10/14 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 2/11/14

 

       *82.        By Del. Skaff, Wells, Guthrie, Poore, Armstead, Nelson, E., Lane, Hunt, Walters and McCuskey - U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Kenneth Amick Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/11/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/25/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/5/14

 

         83.         By Del. Azinger, Iaquinta, Cooper, Paxton, Williams, Sobonya, Frich, Rowan, Evans, A., Romine, Hamilton, Eldridge, Kinsey, Ambler, Anderson, Arvon, Ashley, Barker, Barrett, Butler, Cadle, Campbell, Cowles, Evans, D., Canterbury, Guthrie, Lawrence, Diserio, Ellington, Espinosa, Faircloth, Ferns, Folk, Gearheart, Hartman, Householder, Howell, Hunt, Ireland, Lynch, Marshall, McCuskey, Miller, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Nelson, E., Overington, Pasdon, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, L., Phillips, R., Pino, Poling, D., Poling, M., Poore, Reynolds, Shott, Skaff, Skinner, Smith, P., Smith, R., Sponaugle, Stephens, Storch, Sumner, Walker, Walters, Wells, Westfall and Young - Requesting Congress erect a national monument to motherhood - Introduced 2/11/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/20/14 - To Senate 2/21/14 - To Government Organization 2/21/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14

 

         84.         By Del. Marcum, White, Moore, Kinsey, Barker, Tomblin, Phillips, R., Eldridge, Hunt, Caputo and Poling, D. - The Baisden Family Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/11/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/3/14 - To Senate 3/4/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/4/14

 

         85.         By Del. Pasdon, Frich, Barill, Fleischauer, Marshall, Pethtel, Williams, Iaquinta, Skaff, Westfall, Sponaugle, Arvon, Butler, Diserio, Espinosa, Evans, A., Evans, D., Faircloth, Folk, Hamrick, Howell, Ireland, McCuskey, Miller, Nelson, E., Phillips, R., Rowan, Romine, Smith, R. and Walters - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to schedule the October, 2014, Legislative Interim Committee meetings in Morgantown - Introduced 2/11/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/6/14 - To Senate 3/7/14 - To Rules 3/7/14

 

         87.         By Del. Smith, R. and Williams - Army Sgt. Everett Wayne "Bud" Sell Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/12/14 - Reference dispensed - Adopted by House 2/12/14 - To Senate 2/13/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/13/14

 

         90.         By Del. Marcum, Armstead, Campbell, Caputo, Craig, Diserio, Eldridge, Ellem, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fragale, Frich, Hamilton, Hartman, Hunt, Iaquinta, Jones, Kinsey, Lynch, Manypenny, Moore, Morgan, Moye, O'Neal, Perdue, Phillips, R., Pino, Poore, Reynolds, Shott, Skinner, Smith, R., Sponaugle, Staggers, Stephens, Swartzmiller, Tomblin, White and Young - Requesting the West Virginia Department of Education and the School Building Authority to athletic facilities at Tug Valley High School - Introduced 2/13/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/6/14 - To Senate 3/7/14 - To Education 3/7/14

 

         92.         By Del. Boggs, Ambler, Anderson, Andes, Armstead, Arvon, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Barrett, Border, Butler, Cadle, Campbell, Canterbury, Caputo, Cooper, Cowles, Craig, Diserio, Eldridge, Ellem, Ellington, Espinosa, Evans, A., Evans, D., Faircloth, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Folk, Fragale, Frich, Gearheart, Guthrie, Hamilton, Hamrick, Hartman, Householder, Howell, Hunt, Iaquinta, Ireland, Jones, Kinsey, Kump, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Lynch, Manchin, Manypenny, Marcum, Marshall, McCuskey, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Miller, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Nelson, E., O'Neal, Overington, Pasdon, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, L., Phillips, R., Pino, Poling, M., Poore, Raines, Reynolds, Romine, Rowan, Shott, Skaff, Skinner, Smith, P., Smith, R., Sobonya, Sponaugle, Staggers, Stephens, Storch, Sumner, Swartzmiller, Tomblin, Walker, Walters, Wells, Westfall, White, Williams and Young - Requesting that the West Virginia School Building Authority waive local matching requirements and fund all needed improvements for the West Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind - Introduced 2/14/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/19/14 - To Senate 2/20/14 - To Education then Finance - To Education 2/20/14 - To Finance 2/27/14

 

         94.         By Del. Campbell, Hunt, Hartman, Sponaugle, Skaff, Eldridge, Walker, Sobonya, Moore, Diserio and Kinsey - Designating April 2 as West Virginia Autism Awareness Day - Introduced 2/19/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/6/14 - To Senate 3/7/14 - To Government Organization 3/7/14

 

         95.         By Del. Phillips, R. and Tomblin - Betty Jo Delong Memorial Bridge - Introduced 2/19/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/24/14 - To Senate 2/25/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/25/14

 

         96.         By Del. Perry, Lynch, Wells, Poore, Smith, R., Cooper, Border, Diserio, Jones, Guthrie, Ambler, Anderson, Andes, Ashley, Barrett, Butler, Campbell, Canterbury, Caputo, Cowles, Eldridge, Ellem, Ellington, Espinosa, Faircloth, Ferro, Fragale, Gearheart, Hamrick, Hartman, Iaquinta, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Manchin, Manypenny, Marcum, Marshall, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Pasdon, Pethtel, Phillips, L., Phillips, R., Pino, Poling, D., Poling, M., Skaff, Skinner, Sponaugle, Staggers, Stephens, Sumner, Swartzmiller, Tomblin, Walker, Westfall, White, Williams and Young - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government Organization and Finance study policies ensuring that licensed athletic trainers are available during practices and games to all interscholastic student athletes in West Virginia - Introduced 2/19/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/6/14 - To Senate 3/7/14 - To Education then Rules - To Education 3/7/14

 

       100.         By Del. Staggers, Longstreth, Lynch, Moye, Poling, D., Smith, P., Stephens, Walker, Wells, Young, Ambler, Arvon, Butler, Cadle, Cowles, Espinosa, Evans, D., Gearheart, Hamrick, Howell and Shott (Originating in House Roads and Transportation) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance study study ways to improve the efficiency of and find other cost saving measures within the West Virginia Division of Highways - Introduced 2/20/14 - To House Rules 2/20/14 - Adopted by House 3/6/14 - To Senate 3/7/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure then Rules - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/7/14

 

       101.         By Del. Westfall, Ashley, Walker, Campbell, Hartman, Boggs, Sponaugle, Cadle, Householder, Espinosa and Smith, P. - The Historic Blue-Gray Highway - Introduced 2/20/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/27/14 - To Senate 2/28/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 2/28/14

 

       102.         By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin, Phillips, L., Moore, Marcum, White and Barker - Urging the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources to continue indefinitely its regulatory policy of permitting only bow hunting during designated deer hunting seasons in Logan, McDowell, Mingo and Wyoming counties - Introduced 2/21/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/6/14 - To Senate 3/7/14 - To Natural Resources 3/7/14

 

       105.         By Del. Swartzmiller - Urging Congress to pass the Safe Freight Act - Introduced 2/24/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/28/14 - To Senate 3/3/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/3/14 - Amended - Adopted by Senate 3/7/14

 

       106.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Del. Ambler, Anderson, Andes, Armstead, Arvon, Ashley, Azinger, Barker, Barrett, Boggs, Border, Butler, Cadle, Campbell, Canterbury, Caputo, Cooper, Cowles, Craig, Diserio, Eldridge, Ellem, Ellington, Espinosa, Evans, A., Evans, D., Faircloth, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Folk, Fragale, Frich, Gearheart, Guthrie, Hamilton, Hamrick, Hartman, Householder, Howell, Hunt, Iaquinta, Jones, Kinsey, Kump, Lane, Lawrence, Longstreth, Lynch, Manchin, Manypenny, Marcum, Marshall, McCuskey, Miller, Moore, Morgan, Moye, O'Neal, Pasdon, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, L., Phillips, R., Pino, Poling, D., Poling, M., Reynolds, Romine, Rowan, Shott, Skaff, Skinner, Smith, P., Sobonya, Sponaugle, Staggers, Stephens, Storch, Sumner, Swartzmiller, Tomblin, Walker, Walters, Wells, Westfall, White, Williams and Young - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance conduct a study concerning the potential implementation of a Deferred Retirement Option Plan for troopers and employees of the West Virginia State Police - Introduced 2/26/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/6/14 - To Senate 3/7/14 - To Pensions then Rules - To Pensions 3/7/14

 

       107.         By Del. White and Phillips, R. - "William Dakota "Kody" Faine Memorial Bridge" - Introduced 2/26/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 2/28/14 - To Senate 3/3/14 - To Transportation and Infrastructure 3/3/14 - Adopted by Senate 3/6/14

 

       108.         By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Howell, Border, Arvon, Azinger, Barker, Cadle, Caputo, Diserio, Eldridge, Faircloth, Ferns, Folk, Hartman, Jones, Kinsey, Kump, Romine, Smith, P., Smith, R., Staggers and Swartzmiller (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study on repealing unnecessary or obsolete boards, councils, committees, panels, task forces and commissions - Introduced 2/27/14 - To House Rules 2/27/14 - Adopted by House 3/6/14 - To Senate 3/7/14 - To Government Organization then Rules - To Government Organization 3/7/14

 

       109.         By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Howell, Border, Arvon, Azinger, Barker, Cadle, Caputo, Diserio, Eldridge, Faircloth, Ferns, Folk, Hartman, Jones, Kinsey, Romine, Smith, R., Staggers and Swartzmiller (Originating in House Government Organization) - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study on the State Athletic Commission - Introduced 2/27/14 - To House Rules 2/27/14 - Adopted by House 3/6/14 - To Senate 3/7/14 - To Government Organization then Rules - To Government Organization 3/7/14

 

       117.         By Del. Boggs, Staggers and Lawrence - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance authorize a study on continuing the Office of Emergency Medical Services as an independent office within the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety - Introduced 3/3/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/6/14 - To Senate 3/7/14 - To Government Organization then Rules - To Government Organization 3/7/14

 

       118.         By Del. Skaff and Ellington - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study the allocation of behavioral health spending on community-based support services - Introduced 3/3/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/6/14 - To Senate 3/7/14 - To Health and Human Resources then Rules - To Health and Human Resources 3/7/14

 

       119.         By Del. Fleischauer, Marshall, Lawrence, Pasdon, Barker, Manypenny, Perdue, Skinner, Guthrie, Sponaugle, Skaff, Wells, Householder and Cowles - Requesting the Joint Committee on Government and Finance to study the authorization of cities and municipalities to provide a private-public financing option for small businesses and commercial property owners in West Virginia - Introduced 3/3/14 - To Rules - Adopted by House 3/6/14 - To Senate 3/7/14 - To Government Organization then Rules - To Government Organization 3/7/14


SENATE BILLS PASSED LEGISLATURE

 

           3.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cookman, Blair, Fitzsimmons, D. Hall, Nohe, Wells, Miller, McCabe, Tucker and M. Hall - Creating Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death Act (original same as H. B. No. 4011 - similar to H. B. No. 2488) - Passed 3/7/14

 

       *58.        By Sen. Cookman, Miller, Plymale and Fitzsimmons - Relating to basis for voidable marriages and annulments - Passed 3/5/14

 

       *90.        By Sen. Laird, Cookman and Fitzsimmons - Creating criminal offense for interfering or preventing call for assistance of emergency service personnel - Passed 3/5/14

 

     *165.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Department of Transportation promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/7/14; Effective from passage

 

     *196.        By Sen. Snyder - Authorizing Division of Rehabilitation Services promulgate legislative rule relating to Ron Yost Personal Assistance Services Act Board - Passed 3/7/14; Effective from passage

 

       202.         By Sen. Unger - Creating Benefit Corporation Act - Passed 3/7/14; Effective July 1, 2014

 

       209.         By Sen. Beach, Miller, Cookman, Walters and Fitzsimmons - Allowing special needs students to participate in graduation ceremonies - Passed 3/6/14; Effective from passage

 

       314.         By Sen. Williams and Sypolt - Appropriating hotel occupancy tax proceeds to counties with no more than one hospital (original similar to H. B. No. 4249) - Passed 3/5/14

 

     *322.        By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Providing state compensate officials, officers and employees every two weeks with certain exceptions (original same as H. B. No. 4150) - Passed 3/5/14; Effective July 1, 2014

 

       327.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Updating terms in Corporation Net Income Tax Act (original same as H. B. No. 4174) - Passed 3/4/14; Effective from passage

 

       328.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Terminating Strategic Research and Development Tax Credit (original same as H. B. No. 4148) - Passed 3/5/14; Effective from passage

 

       331.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Requiring certain accelerated payment of consumers sales and service and use tax and employee withholding taxes (original same as H. B. No. 4158) - Passed 3/5/14; Effective from passage

 

       341.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation from State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund to Division of Human Services (original same as H. B. No. 4176) - Passed 2/5/14; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/12/14 - Approved by Governor 2/13/14

 

       346.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President) and M. Hall [By Request of the Executive] - Making supplementary appropriation from Lottery Net Profits to DNR and Bureau of Senior Services (original same as H. B. No. 4181) - Passed 1/29/14; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/4/14 - Approved by Governor 2/4/14

 

     *357.        By Sen. Williams, Beach, D. Hall, Miller, Sypolt, Plymale and Tucker - Relating to Logging Sediment Control Act civil and criminal penalties (original same as H. B. No. 4201) - Passed 3/7/14

 

     *378.        By Sen. Cookman - Relating to special speed limitations as to waste service vehicles - Passed 3/5/14

 

     *383.        By Sen. Tucker, Barnes, D. Hall and Snyder - Permitting certain residential real estate owners limited exemptions from licensing requirements (original same as H. B. No. 4116) - Passed 3/7/14; Effective July 1, 2014

 

     *387.        By Sen. Cole, Blair, Carmichael, D. Hall, M. Hall, Jenkins, McCabe, Walters, Williams and Nohe - Clarifying duly authorized officers have legal custody of their prisoners while in WV - Passed 3/6/14

 

       394.         By Sen. Laird, Stollings, Plymale, Wells, Beach, Chafin, Tucker, Boley, Carmichael and Jenkins - Redesignating Health Sciences Scholarship Program as Health Sciences Service Program (original same as H. B. No. 4296) - Passed 3/6/14

 

       402.         By Sen. Prezioso, Edgell and Plymale - Permitting recovery of service charge and fees charged to Tax Commissioner by financial institutions (original same as H. B. No. 4397) - Passed 2/20/14 - To Governor 3/3/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

       403.         By Sen. Laird, Barnes, Edgell, Facemire, Prezioso, Snyder, Unger, Miller and Beach - Regulating importation and possession of certain injurious aquatic species (original same as H. B. No. 4293) - Passed 3/7/14

 

     *405.        By Sen. Cookman, Miller and Plymale - Requiring presiding judge's permission to release juror qualification forms after trial's conclusion - Passed 3/5/14; Effective from passage

 

     *408.        By Sen. Plymale - Relating to parole (original same as H. B. No. 4313) - Passed 3/5/14; Effective from passage

 

     *416.        By Sen. Prezioso and Edgell - Relating to tentative appraisals of industrial and natural resources property (original same as H. B. No. 4470) - Passed 3/4/14

 

     *431.        By Sen. Beach - Relating to issuance and renewal of certain driver's licenses and federal ID cards - Passed 3/7/14

 

       443.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cann, Edgell and Carmichael - Relating to SPRS (original same as H. B. No. 4345) - Passed 2/20/14; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/3/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

       444.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cann, Edgell, Carmichael and Plymale - Relating to PERS (original same as H. B. No. 4364) - Passed 2/20/14; Effective from passage - To Governor 3/3/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

       452.         By Sen. Kirkendoll, Cann, Edgell, Carmichael and Plymale - Relating to TRS annuity calculation of member with reciprocal service credit (original same as H. B. No. 4366) - Passed 2/19/14 - To Governor 3/3/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

       456.         By Sen. Stollings - Extending expiration date for health care provider tax on eligible acute care hospitals - Passed 3/6/14; Effective from passage

 

       457.         By Sen. Cookman, Miller, Laird, Plymale, Kessler (Mr. President), Tucker and Snyder - Requiring programs for temporarily detained inmates in regional jails (original similar to H. B. No. 4338) - Passed 3/6/14

 

       460.         By Sen. Miller, Laird, Unger, Beach, Snyder, Stollings and Jenkins - Permitting School of Osteopathic Medicine invest certain moneys in its foundation (original same as H. B. No. 4435) - Passed 3/4/14 - To Governor 3/7/14 - Approved by Governor 3/7/14

 

       470.         By Sen. Cookman, Miller, Snyder, Fitzsimmons, Williams, D. Hall and Stollings - Providing completed grand jury questionnaires are confidential - Passed 3/4/14

 

       483.         By Sen. Laird, Plymale, Miller and Stollings - Renaming administrative heads of Potomac campus of WVU and WVU Institute of Technology (original same as H. B. No. 4420) - Passed 3/6/14; Effective from passage

 

     *499.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, McCabe, Edgell, Cann, M. Hall, Carmichael, Plymale, Palumbo and Nohe - Making Prudent Investor Act primary standard of care for Investment Management Board (original same as H. B. No. 4492) - Passed 3/3/14 - To Governor 3/7/14

 

       558.         By Sen. Facemire, Edgell and Blair - Finding and declaring certain claims against state - Passed 3/6/14; Effective from passage

 

     *600.        By Sen. Yost, Snyder, Miller, Laird, Edgell and Fitzsimmons - Relating to municipal ordinance compliance regarding dwellings unfit for habitation and vacant buildings and properties (original similar to H. B. No. 4583) - Passed 3/6/14

 

     *602.        By Sen. Stollings, Beach, Jenkins and Laird - Requiring health care providers wear ID badges - Passed 3/6/14

 

     *603.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Miller, Facemire, Cann, Edgell, Green, D. Hall, McCabe, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Plymale and Jenkins - Relating to testing for presence of methane in underground mines (original similar to H. B. No. 4551) - Passed 3/6/14

 

     *621.        By Sen. Fitzsimmons, Kessler (Mr. President), Edgell, Yost and Cookman - Authorizing insurers offer flood insurance - Passed 3/7/14


SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS

ADOPTED BY LEGISLATURE

 

         *1.        By Sen. Barnes and Tucker - Requesting DOH name Becky's Creek Bridge, Randolph County, "U. S. Army Sgt. Cecil W. Kittle, Jr., Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/28/14

 

         *2.        By Sen. Cann and Yost - Requesting DOH name bridge in Harrison County "U. S. Navy Petty Officer First Class Kevin S. Rux Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/24/14

 

         *3.        By Sen. Cann and Yost - Requesting DOH name bridge in Gypsy, Harrison County, "U. S. Navy Seaman First Class Sam Lopez Bridge" - Adopted 2/24/14

 

           4.         By Sen. Cann and Yost - Requesting DOH name new bridge crossing West Fork of Monongahela River at Shinnston "Veterans Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/24/14

 

           5.         By Sen. Wells, McCabe, Palumbo, Walters, Yost and Stollings - Requesting DOH name bridge in Kanawha County "Army PFC William Floyd Harrison Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/24/14

 

           7.         By Sen. Beach, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Miller, Williams, Jenkins, Prezioso, Wells, D. Hall, Stollings and Cann - Requesting Star City interchange on I-79 in Morgantown be named "Michael A. Oliverio, Sr., Interchange" - Adopted 1/22/14

 

         *8.        By Sen. Cann, Stollings, Plymale and Wells - Requesting DOH name bridge in West Milford, Harrison County, "USMC Cpl. Gene William Somers, Jr., Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/24/14

 

         *9.        By Sen. Cookman, Stollings, Plymale, Wells and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name portion of U. S. Rt. 522 "Trooper First Class Thomas Dean Hercules and Trooper Charles Henry Johnson Memorial Highway" - Adopted 2/24/14

 

       *10.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Switzer, Logan County, "U. S. Army Cpl. James Melvin 'Pete' Spradlin Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/24/14

 

       *11.        By Sen. Kirkendoll, Stollings, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Logan "U. S. Army Major Thomas McElwain Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/24/14

 

       *15.        By Sen. Plymale, Beach, Stollings, Jenkins and Edgell - Requesting DOH name bridge on Rt. 2, Cabell County, "U. S. Army PFC Homer 'Clyde' Farley and U. S. Army PFC Max O. Farley Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/6/14

 

       *17.        By Sen. Laird, Miller, Unger, Plymale, Stollings, Cole and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Greenbrier County "U. S. Army Sgt. James Lee Holcomb Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/6/14

 

       *19.        By Sen. Stollings, Kirkendoll, Unger, Plymale and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Lincoln County "U. S. Army Sergeant Paul Norman Chapman Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/6/14

 

         20.         By Sen. Kessler (Mr. President), Unger, Barnes, Blair, Cann, Carmichael, Cole, M. Hall, Kirkendoll, Laird, McCabe, Miller, Palumbo, Stollings, Sypolt, Walters, Wells, Williams, Yost, Snyder, Tucker, Plymale, Prezioso, Cookman, Fitzsimmons, Jenkins and D. Hall - Recognizing value and importance of state's innovation industry - Adopted 3/6/14

 

       *21.        By Sen. Green, Stollings, Cole, D. Hall and Jenkins - Requesting DOH name bridge in Raleigh County "U. S. Army PFC Shelby Dean Stover Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/6/14

 

         22.         By Sen. Cookman, Plymale and Blair - Requesting DOH name I-81 overpass "Deputy John L. Burkett III Memorial Overpass" - Adopted 3/4/14

 

         27.         By Sen. Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings, Plymale, Laird, McCabe, Prezioso, Yost, Wells, Miller, Cookman, Palumbo and Jenkins - Urging President and Congress establish provisions to prevent and respond to chemical spills in state and national waters - Adopted 3/6/14

 

         32.         By Sen. Beach, Unger, Kessler (Mr. President), Stollings and Plymale - Requesting DOH name bridge in Calhoun County "U. S. Army Sergeant Robert Odell Orders Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/19/14

 

       *44.        By Sen. Prezioso, Stollings, Kessler (Mr. President), Cann, Beach and Edgell - Requesting DOH name bridge in Marion County "Sheriff Junior Slaughter Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/6/14


HOUSE BILLS PASSED LEGISLATURE

 

   *2165.        By Del. Iaquinta, Longstreth, Fleischauer, Jones, Stephens and Azinger - Relating to death certificates of military veterans - Passed 3/4/2014; Effective July 1, 2014

 

   *2803.        By Del. Manchin, Poling, M., Iaquinta, Guthrie and Manypenny - Requiring electric utilities to implement integrated resource plans - Passed 3/7/2014

 

   *4003.        By Del. Walker, Perry, Paxton, Poling, M. and Pethtel - Granting dual jurisdiction to counties where a student who lives in one county and attends school in another in order to enforce truancy policies - Passed 3/4/2014

 

   *4012.        By Del. Smith, P., Phillips, R., Ellington, Ferro, Reynolds, Skinner and Storch - Relating to the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (original same as S. B. No. 4) - Passed 3/6/2014; Effective July 1, 2014

 

   *4067.        By Del. Poore, Marcum, Eldridge, Fleischauer and Frich - Authorizing the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety to promulgate legislative rules - Passed 3/5/2014; Effective from passage

 

     4135.         By Del. Smith, P., Perry, Pino, Walker, Young, Lynch, Hamilton, Hartman and Kinsey - Designating the first Thursday in May the West Virginia Day of Prayer - Passed 3/7/2014

 

   *4149.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Allowing members of the Board of Public Works to be represented by designees and to vote by proxy (original same as S. B. No. 321) - Passed 3/7/2014

 

   *4151.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to military members and their spouses who obtain licensure through professional boards (original same as S. B. No. 323) - Passed 3/4/2014

 

     4154.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Fixing a technical error relating to the motor fuel excise tax (original same as S. B. No. 326) - Adopted 3/5/14

 

     4159.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Updating the meaning of federal adjusted gross income and certain other terms (original same as S. B. No. 333) - Passed 3/5/2014; Effective from passage

 

   *4175.        By Del. Skaff, Barrett, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Boggs, Hartman, White, Skinner, Lane, Ellem, Ireland and Pasdon - West Virginia Small Business Emergency Act - Passed 3/6/2014; Effective from passage

 

     4177.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to various agencies (original same as S. B. No. 342) - Passed 2/5/2014; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/12/14 - Approved by Governor 2/13/14

 

     4178.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Commerce, WorkForce West Virginia (original same as S. B. No. 343) - Passed 3/4/2014; Effective from passage

 

     4182.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing, amending, increasing, decreasing, and adding items of appropriations in various accounts (original same as S. B. No. 347) - Passed 2/5/2014; Effective from passage - To Governor 2/12/14 - Approved by Governor 2/13/14

 

   *4183.        By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Supplementing, amending, decreasing, and increasing items of the existing appropriations from the State Road Fund to the Department of Transportation, Division of Highways - Passed 3/7/2014; Effective from passage

 

     4186.         By Del. Phillips, R., White, Tomblin, Marcum, Hamilton, Evans, A., Ashley, Barker, Boggs, Hartman and Sponaugle - Relating to the procedures for issuing a concealed weapon license - Passed 3/6/2014

 

   *4188.        By Del. Perdue, Fleischauer, Diserio, Eldridge, Kinsey, Lawrence, Marshall, Moore, Poore and Campbell - Updating the authority and responsibility of the Center for Nursing - Passed 3/5/2014; Effective from passage

 

   *4196.        By Del. Marshall, Fleischauer and Cooper - Requiring the Workforce Investment Council to provide information and guidance to local workforce investment boards that would enable them to better educate both women and men about higher paying jobs (original same as S. B. No. 354) - Passed 3/7/2014

 

   *4242.        By Del. Diserio, Jones, Swartzmiller, Ferro, Fleischauer, Perdue, Poore, Storch, Poling, D., Eldridge and Phillips, L. - Increasing gross weight limitations on certain roads in Brooke County - Passed 3/7/2014; Effective from passage

 

   *4245.        By Del. Fleischauer, Young, Iaquinta, Barrett, Barker, Barill, Diserio, Perdue, Guthrie, Ellington and Miller - Relating to anticipated retirement dates of certain health care professionals - Passed 3/7/2014

 

   *4254.        By Del. Armstead, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Ashley, Cadle, Westfall, McCuskey, Butler, Manchin, Walters, Boggs and Nelson, E. - Providing that certain state employees may be granted a leave of absence with pay during a declared state of emergency - Passed 3/7/2014; Effective from passage

 

     4259.         By Del. Romine - Extending the time for the city council of the city of Sistersville, Tyler County, to meet as a levying body - Passed 3/4/2014; Effective from passage

 

   *4270.        By Del. Westfall, Boggs, Perry, Poling, M., Espinosa, Raines, Ashley, Hamrick, Tomblin, Cadle and Pasdon - Relating to salaries of service employees of the state camp and conference center known as Cedar Lakes Conference Center - Passed 3/6/2014

 

   *4284.        By Del. Perdue, Fleischauer, Barrett, Caputo, Sponaugle, Kinsey, Lawrence, Manchin, Skinner, Guthrie and Young - Pregnant Workers' Fairness Act - Passed 3/6/2014

 

   *4287.        By Del. Fleischauer, Marshall, Barill, Manypenny, Fragale, Campbell, Pasdon, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), White, Pethtel and Tomblin - Administration of health maintenance tasks - Passed 3/6/2014; Effective from passage

 

   *4290.        By Del. Moore, Campbell, Azinger and Reynolds - Revising the regulatory structure of money transmitters and other entities - Passed 3/6/2014; Effective July 1, 2014

 

     4301.         By Del. Eldridge, Wells, Craig, Evans, A., Hamilton, Paxton, White, Marcum, Phillips, R., Perry and Young - Allowing limited reciprocal use of hunting and fishing licenses with the Commonwealth of Kentucky (original same as S. B. No. 404) - Passed 3/4/2014

 

     4302.         By Del. Skaff, Guthrie, Poore, Wells, Perry, Pasdon and Walters - Relating to elections for public school purposes - Passed 3/6/2014

 

   *4304.        By Del. Wells, Guthrie, Skaff, Fleischauer, Skinner, Manypenny, Barill, Smith, R., Walters, Poore and McCuskey - Providing rules for motor vehicles passing bicycles on roadways (original same as S. B. No. 349 and S. B. No. 608) - Passed 3/5/2014

 

     4332.         By Del. Border, Anderson, Ellem, Azinger, Perdue, Poling, D., Staggers, Ellington, Cowles, Fleischauer and Lane - Extending the time that certain nonprofit community groups are exempt from the moratorium on creating new nursing home beds - Passed 3/7/2014; Effective from passage

 

   *4350.        By Del. Fleischauer, Ferro, Longstreth, Iaquinta, Barill, Paxton, Rowan, Eldridge, Phillips, L., Reynolds and Jones - Providing for the awarding of a West Virginia Veterans Medal and ribbon, and a West Virginia Service Cross and ribbon to certain qualifying West Virginia Veterans (original same as S. B. No. 468) - Passed 2/26/2014 - To Governor 3/6/14

 

     4359.         By Del. Guthrie - Relating to licensure of managing general agents of insurers (original similar to S. B. No. 407) - Passed 2/24/2014 - To Governor 3/5/14

 

   *4363.        By Del. Perdue, Ferro, Diserio and Poore - Creating an informal dispute resolution process available to behavioral health providers - Passed 3/7/2014

 

     4365.         By Del. Pethtel, Jones, Canterbury, Kump, Craig, Lynch and Ellem - Relating to employer remittance and reporting of Teachers Retirement System member contributions to the retirement board - Passed 3/5/2014

 

     4372.         By Del. Moore, Campbell, Reynolds, Azinger and Nelson, E. - Permitting the Commissioner of Financial Institutions to require the filing of certain reports, data or information directly with the Division of Financial Institutions - Passed 2/24/2014 - To Governor 3/5/14

 

   *4373.        By Del. Poling, M., Barrett, Lawrence, Perry, Walker, Fragale, Campbell and Tomblin - Relating to driver education programs - Passed 3/7/2014

 

   *4384.        By Del. Campbell, Poling, M., Perry, Tomblin, Young, Barrett, Lawrence, Hartman, Phillips, L., Ferro and Hunt - Requiring teachers of students with exceptional needs to either be present at an individualized education program meeting or to read and sign a copy of the individualized education program plan - Passed 3/4/2014

 

   *4392.        By Del. Morgan, Diserio, Jones, Poling, D. and Barker - Regulating persons who perform work on heating, ventilating and cooling systems and fire dampers - Passed 3/6/2014

 

   *4393.        By Del. Swartzmiller, Wells, Manypenny, Ellem, Paxton, Fragale, Craig and Storch - Creating the Dangerous Wild Animals Act (original similar to S. B. No. 428) - Passed 3/6/2014

 

   *4402.        By Del. Manchin, Skinner, Sponaugle, Longstreth, Marcum, Lynch, Wells, Caputo, Marshall and Barrett - Providing a procedure for the conditional discharge for first offense underage purchase, consumption, sale, service or possession of alcoholic liquor - Passed 3/5/2014

 

     4421.         By Del. White, Skaff, Boggs, Barrett, Craig, Evans, A., Manchin, Reynolds, Storch, Swartzmiller and Marcum - Allowing the lottery to pay prizes utilizing other payment methods in addition to checks (original same as S. B. No. 494) - Passed 3/4/2014

 

   *4425.        By Del. White, Marcum, Ferro, Manchin, Poling, D., Caputo, Boggs, Swartzmiller, Craig, Barker and Skaff - Giving the Superintendent of State Police authority to hire additional staff - Passed 3/6/2014

 

     4431.         By Del. Swartzmiller, Diserio, Poling, D., Jones, Boggs, Lynch, Young, Phillips, R., Marcum, Manypenny and Ferro - Clarifying that persons who possess firearms, hunting dogs or other indicia of hunting do not necessarily need to have a hunting license (original similar to S. B. No. 298) - Passed 3/7/2014

 

     4437.         By Del. Perry, Morgan, Eldridge, Campbell and Poling, M. - Relating to the Division of Juvenile Services - Passed 3/4/2014

 

     4445.         By Del. Eldridge, Hartman, Barrett, Fleischauer, Campbell, Hamilton, Lynch and Sponaugle - Modifying the definition of "battery" and "domestic battery" - Passed 3/4/2014

 

   *4449.        By Del. Phillips, R., Lynch, Tomblin, Eldridge, Barker, Marcum, White, Caputo, Skaff, Craig and Sumner - Including proximity detection systems and cameras used on continuous mining machines and underground haulage equipment for tax credit purposes - Passed 3/6/2014

 

     4457.         By Del. Lawrence, Raines, Staggers, Fleischauer, Longstreth, Marshall, Hunt, Barrett, Moore, Phillips, L. and Skinner - Authorizing a legislative rule for the Council of Community and Technical College Education regarding WV EDGE program - Passed 3/5/2014; Effective from passage

 

     4460.         By Del. Caputo, Swartzmiller, Eldridge, Storch, Azinger, Poling, D., Iaquinta and Ellem - Relating to violating provisions of the civil service law for paid fire departments - Passed 3/7/2014

 

     4488.         By Del. Morgan, Poore, Poling, D., Fleischauer, Manypenny and Sponaugle - Eliminating the requirement for notarization of the articles of incorporation for cooperative associations - Passed 3/5/2014

 

   *4496.        By Del. Skaff, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Armstead, Lane, Nelson, E., Fragale, Moore, McCuskey and Poore - Providing for the allocation of matching funds from future moneys deposited into the West Virginia Research Trust Fund (original same as S. B. No. 560) - Passed 3/6/2014

 

     4503.         By Del. Marshall, Iaquinta, Williams, Anderson and Evans, A. - Declaring certain claims against the state and its agencies to be moral obligations of the state - Passed 3/6/2014; Effective from passage

 

     4504.         By Del. Perry, Morgan, Campbell and Ellem - Providing for sharing juvenile records in certain circumstances with another state (original same as S. B. No. 544) - Passed 2/28/2014 - To Governor 3/6/14

 

     4529.         By Del. Manchin, Ferro, Lawrence, Pethtel, Boggs and Skaff - Relating to the sale of wine - Passed 3/7/2014

 

   *4538.        By Del. Staggers, Morgan and Stephens - Relating to the Board of Dentistry - Passed 3/7/2014

 

     4618.         By Del. Perry, Young, Tomblin, Fragale, Williams, Walker, Espinosa, Cooper, Moye, Sumner and Evans, D. (Originating in House Education) - Establishing transformative system of support for early literacy - Passed 3/5/2014

 

     4621.         By Del. Boggs, Guthrie, Iaquinta, Perdue, Pethtel, Phillips, R., Poling, D., Williams, Canterbury, Cowles and Gearheart (Originating in House Finance) - Expiring funds to the Board of Risk and Insurance Management, Patient Injury Compensation Fund from the Board of Risk and Insurance Management Medical Liability Fund - Passed 3/7/2014; Effective from passage


HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS

ADOPTED BY LEGISLATURE

 

           1.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley) - Extending an invitation to His Excellency, the Governor, to deliver an address to the Legislature and raising a Joint Assembly therefor - Adopted 1/8/14

 

         *2.        By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin and Marcum - The "USMC CPL Larry G. Carnutte Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/27/14

 

         *4.        By Del. Tomblin, Phillips, R. and Marcum - The "Army Corporal Eldred Jennings Hensley Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/3/14

 

         *5.        By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin and Marcum - The "Sergeant Elzie Mundy, Jr. Bridge" - Adopted 3/3/14

 

         *6.        By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin and Marcum - The "Marine LCpl Benny A. Gilco Bridge" - Adopted 3/3/14

 

           7.         By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin and Marcum - The "Kerry Albright Road" - Adopted 2/27/14

 

         *8.        By Del. Phillips, R., Marcum and Tomblin - The "Oral Gene Castle Bridge" - Adopted 3/3/14

 

         *9.        By Del. Perry and Staggers - The "Army S/SGT Raymond Lawrence Berry Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/6/14

 

       *10.        By Del. Walker, Perry, Pino and Staggers - The "Veterans Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/18/14

 

         11.         By Del. Evans, A. and Sponaugle - The "Pendleton County Union Veterans Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/4/14

 

         12.         By Del. Sponaugle and Evans, A. - The "Pendleton County Confederate Veterans Memorial Highway" - Adopted 3/3/14

 

       *13.        By Del. Perry, Pino and Staggers - The "Thomas H. Stafford Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/18/14

 

         14.         By Del. Walker - The "Army Specialist Fifth Class Elton Dale Workman Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/20/14

 

       *19.        By Del. Hamilton and Azinger - The "Army Specialist 4 William Lewis Reger Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 2/20/14

 

       *20.        By Del. Evans, A., Staggers and Lynch - The "Army Corporal William Eugene Shank Memorial Bridge" - Adopted 3/6/14

 

       *23.        By Del. Hamilton - Army Sgt. Walter William Smith Memorial Bridge - Adopted 2/20/14

 

         25.         By Del. Williams, Moye, Campbell, Ferro, Manypenny, Marshall, Moore, Perdue, Pethtel, Perry, Pino, Stephens, Young, Rowan, O'Neal, Armstead, Ashley, Border, Ellem, Faircloth, Ferns, Householder, Raines, Sobonya and Westfall (Originating in House Senior Citizen Issues) - Urging the West Virginia Governor's Office and the Senate and House Finance Committees to include sufficient funds in the budget to eliminate the wait list for the Aged and Disabled Waiver program - Adopted 3/6/14

 

       *27.        By Del. Poling, M. and Hamilton - The Audra Park Bridge in Memory of Army Sergeant John A. Charnoplosky - Adopted 2/24/14

 

       *32.        By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin, Barker and Eldridge - Joe "Toby" Slade Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/3/14

 

       *35.        By Del. Poling, M. - The Arden Bridge in Memory of Abbie Gall - Adopted 2/24/14

 

       *36.        By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin, Marcum, Eldridge and Barker - Army Sergeant Billy E. Vinson Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/14

 

       *37.        By Del. Pethtel - Army Sergeant Charles Leo Dulaney Memorial Bridge - Adopted 2/20/14

 

       *38.        By Del. Wells, Guthrie and Skaff - W.T. (Big Bill) Elswick Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/4/14

 

       *39.        By Del. Phillips, R., Tomblin, Marcum, White, Eldridge and Barker - Army LTC Robert "Bob" Marslender Bridge - Adopted 3/6/14

 

         40.         By Del. Gearheart, Arvon, Moore, Staggers, Ambler, Cooper, Sponaugle, Barrett, Hamrick, Overington and Ellington - Designating "Take Me Home Country Roads" an official state song. - Adopted 3/7/14

 

         42.         By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Miley), Del. Swartzmiller, Ambler, Anderson, Armstead, Ashley, Azinger, Barill, Barker, Barrett, Boggs, Border, Cadle, Campbell, Canterbury, Caputo, Craig, Diserio, Eldridge, Ellem, Ellington, Evans, A., Evans, D., Faircloth, Ferns, Ferro, Fleischauer, Folk, Fragale, Frich, Gearheart, Guthrie, Hamilton, Hamrick, Hartman, Hunt, Iaquinta, Jones, Kinsey, Longstreth, Lynch, Manchin, Manypenny, Marcum, Marshall, Miller, Moore, Morgan, Moye, Pasdon, Overington, Paxton, Perdue, Perry, Pethtel, Phillips, L., Phillips, R., Pino, Poling, D., Poling, M., Poore, Reynolds, Romine, Rowan, Skaff, Skinner, Smith, P., Smith, R., Sobonya, Sponaugle, Staggers, Stephens, Storch, Sumner, Tomblin, Walker, Walters, Wells, Westfall, White, Williams and Young - Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012 - Adopted 2/11/14

 

       *43.        By Del. Shott, Gearheart, Ellington and Moore - Dr. William Prudich Memorial Highway - Adopted 3/3/14

 

       *44.        By Del. Moore, Phillips, L., Marcum and White - Carnie L. Spratt Memorial Bridge - Adopted 3/6/14