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Daniel Linville (R - Cabell, 022)


Capitol Office:
Room 150R, Building 1
State Capitol Complex
Charleston, WV 25305
Capitol Phone: (304) 340-3277

P.O. Box 475
Milton, WV 25541

Daniel Linville Biography

Education: Bachelor’s Degree Marshall University

Occupation: Information Technology Director

Religion: Christian

Affiliations: Farm Bureau; Cabell-Wayne Beekeepers Association; Milton, WV Rotary Club


CHAIR: Technology and Infrastructure
Artificial Intelligence
Banking and Insurance
House Rules

CHAIR: Dept of Transportation Accountability
CHAIR: Technology and Infrastructure


District Counties: Cabell



Delegate Linville was the Lead Sponsor of 36 bills
HB 4190Relating to the establishment of an alert system for missing cognitively impaired personsSigned
HB 4191Relating to requirements imposed on social media companies to prevent corruption and provide transparency of election-related content made available on social media websitesPending
HB 4195Relating to reporting requirements under the Grant Transparency and Accountability ActPendingFinance
HB 4196Relating to municipal home rule appealsPendingJudiciary
HB 4197Relating to broadband and political subdivisionsPending
HB 4198Relating generally to broadbandPending
HB 4307Authorizing Division of Highways transfer of spending authority between appropriationsPendingFinance
HB 4516Revoke spending authority for money used by an agency in support of a challenge to WV lawPendingJudiciary
HB 4517Municipalities may not assess a user fee when employee was not present in the municipality in the performance of his or her jobPendingJudiciary
HB 4518Provide that someone guilty of a crime where victim was a police officer in performance of duties is ineligible for parolePendingJudiciary
HB 4519Requiring cooperation between the rail company and the Division of Highways when construction or maintenance activities are conducted by the companyPending
HB 4520Recognize convictions of domestic battery in the fair and equitable distribution of marital propertyPendingJudiciary
HB 4521Remove sales tax on gun safes and certain firearm safety devicesPendingFinance
HB 4702Relating to charitable bingo and alcohol sales and consumption while such bingo is taking placesPendingVeterans Affairs and Homeland Security
HB 4703Relating to vehicles exempt from payment of registration fees for certain veteransPendingFinance
HB 4704Creating Infrastructure Ready JurisdictionsPending
HB 4705Relating to the consumers sales and service tax and returning the refundable exemption for sales of construction and maintenance materials acquired by a second party for use in Division of Highways projectsPendingFinance
HB 4706Creating the utility pole rights of way and easement mapping initiativePending
HB 5004Relating to the statutory time frames for public service commission resolution of complaints against locally rate regulated water and wastewater utilitiesPendingPolitical Subdivisions
HB 5005Relating to the authority of the Public Service Commission to order a capable proximate utility to operate a distressed or failing utility pursuant to a contract approved by the commissionPending
HB 5019Relating to surrender and return of license not required for disqualifying or downgrading a driver’s licenseSigned
HB 5020Relating to deferred adjudication and pre-trial diversions for first offense DUI casesPendingJudiciary
HB 5039Relating to authorizing the West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles to enforce administrative penalties for the civil offense of refusing a secondary chemical testPending
HB 5238Mandating that all courts provide adjudication for juvenile offenders for traffic violations to the Division of Motor VehiclesSigned
HB 5271Relating to Privacy of Social Care informationPendingJudiciary
HB 5305Relating to impaired driving not eligible for deferred adjudication PendingJudiciary
HB 5310Remote Patient Outcome Improvement ActPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 5317Making it permissive for commercial motor vehicles registered in this state to pass an annual inspection of all safety equipment to be consistent with the federal motor carrier safety regulations Signed
HB 5338Relating to Safe Harbor for Cybersecurity ProgramsVetoed
HB 5432To move the essential functions of the Information Services and Communications Division into the Office of Technology.Signed
HB 5549Relating to allowing license plates to be obtained from alternative sources when the Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation is unable to produce themSigned
HB 5603Relating to creating the West Virginia Infrastructure Deployment ClearinghousePending
HB 5617Authorizing the Public Service Commission to promulgate rules for maintenance, flushing, flow testing, and marking of fire hydrants owned by water utilitiesSigned
HB 5637Relating to special registration plates for military personnelPending
HB 5669Relating generally to the Business and Public Area Libability Protection ActPendingPolitical Subdivisions
HB 5698Relating to the Consumer Data Protection ActPendingJudiciary


Release TitleDate
Statement on behalf of Delegate Linville06/29/2022
Delegates Bates, Linville Invite Suddenlink Complaints10/25/2021
State Leaders Announce Innovative New Broadband Map Which Will Aid In Ongoing Expansion Efforts12/01/2020
Chairman Linville Encourages State Employees to Participate in Employee Suggestion Award Program09/30/2019
Speaker Hanshaw, Vice-Chairman Linville Praise FCC Chairman's Action on Sprint, T-Mobile Merger05/30/2019
Delegate Linville Applauds Broadband Bill Signing, Says New Investment Coming To State03/27/2019
House of Delegates Passes Comprehensive Broadband Expansion & Development Bill 01/28/2019
House Technology & Infrastructure Committee Advances Broadband Expansion Act of 201901/16/2019
Delegate Linville Announces USDA Roundtable Discussion on Funding Options for Development Projects10/22/2018
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