Bills introduced included Senate Bill 553, which would provide a tax deduction for citizens who choose to have their pets spayed or neutered, and Senate Bill 557, which would institute a health and wellness program for the state called "West Virginia Winners."
The following committees will meet today:
Health and Human Resources- 1 p.m.- 451M
Banking and Insurance- 2 p.m.- 208W
Education- 2 p.m.- 451M
Judiciary- 3 p.m.- 208W
Finance- 3 p.m.- 451M
The following committees will meet tomorrow morning:
Economic Development- 9 a.m.- 451M
Military- 10 a.m.- 208W
Transportation- 10 a.m.- 451M
The Senate is adjourned until 11 a.m. tomorrow.