The House of Delegates convened today at 11 a.m. today to pass several bills relating to retirement. House Bill 4365, relating to employer remittance and reporting of Teachers Retirement System member contributions to the retirement board. Senate Bills 443, 444, and 452 completed legislation. Senate Bill 443 relates to the State Police Retirement System, 444 relates to the Public Employees Retirement System, and 452 relates to the Teachers Retirement System annuity calculation for members with reciprocal service credit.
An additional eight bills were passed, including House Bill 4384, which would require teachers of students with exceptional needs to be present at an individualized education program meeting or read and sign a copy of the individualized education program plan.
The West Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind attended the session to perform songs for the House. House Concurrent Resolution 92 was passed, requesting that the West Virginia School Building Authority waive local matching requirements and fund all needed improvements for the school.
Eight bills were on second reading and nine bills were on first reading.
Citations were presented, recognizing West Virginia KIDS Cancer Crusaders, Visibility Advocacy day and the Clay-Battelle High School cheerleaders.
The following committees will meet today:
The following committees will meet tomorrow:
The House is adjourned until 11 a.m. tomorrow.