2013 Bills

2,900 bills found.

# Title Status
HB1 Unborn children; construing the word 'person' under Virginia law to include. dead
HB1HB17 Polling places; identification required to vote. introduced
HB8 Vessel accident; requires passengers 18 years of age or older to report, penalty. dead
HB10 BPOL tax; maximum fee and tax rates established by a locality. dead
HB40 Coastal primary sand dunes; standards for use, exemption. dead
HB48 Castle doctrine; self-defense and defense of others. dead
HB55 Primary dates; presidential primary. in subcommittee
HB59 Elections; persons entitled to have name placed on ballot, etc. dead
HB73 VIEW; substance abuse screening and assessment of public assistance applicants and recipients. dead
HB82 Real property tax; roll-back taxes shall not apply to property that loses its designation, etc. dead
HB107 Richmond Metropolitan Authority; composition of Board of Directors, powers. dead
HB111 Small business job creation tax credit; creates credit for those creating new full-time jobs. dead
HB129 Electric utilities; purchases from net metering sellers. dead
HB130 Income tax, state; military retirement pay subtraction. dead
HB131 Income tax, state; tax credit for disabled military veterans. dead
HB149 Income tax, corporate; lower rate for certain businesses. dead
HB158 Devocalization of cats and dogs; veterinarians to keep records of procedures, etc., penalty. dead
HB159 Nursing home patients; notice to Long-Term Care Ombudsman when patient is discharged or transferred. dead
HB162 Telecommunications services; SCC to excercise jurisdiction over rates and charges for prisoners. dead
HB168 Campaign practices; final disposition of surplus funds by General Assembly members. dead
HB173 Interpreters; cost shall be borne by non-English-speaking defendant if he is convicted of offense. dead
HB182 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: PEACE BEGINS AT HOME. dead
HB186 Sewage sludge; authorizes a locality to prohibit land application of. dead
HB191 Small businesses; tax credit for those hiring graduates of Virginia's colleges and universities. dead
HB207 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes gold, silver, and platinum bullion. dead
HB208 Virginia Retirement System; retirees hired as school board security personnel. dead
HB218 Deaf and hard-of-hearing children; special education. dead
HB219 Unemployment benefits; volunteer service requirement, report. dead
HB228 Income tax, corporate; credit for contracting with small or minority-owned businesses. dead
HB230 Alcoholic beverage control; suspension of license for local tax delinquency. dead
HB231 Gas pipeline safety; information disclosures. dead
HB237 Criminal history record information checks upon handgun purchases; dissemination of information. dead
HB248 Income tax, corporate; eliminates tax for taxable years beginning on and after January 1, 2013. dead
HB259 House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustments in boundaries. passed senate
HB264 Interstate Health Care Compact; established. dead
HB267 Dental laboratories; register with Board of Dentistry. dead
HB274 Circuit court judges; increases number in Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, decreases in Seventeenth. dead
HB280 Deeds; affidavit by an attorney involved in transaction may be used in correcting errors. dead
HB334 Public Procurement Act; bid match preference for State businesses. dead
HB342 Deer or bear; person whose property may be damaged is authorized to kill. dead
HB345 Dietitians; requires Board of Medicine to promulgate regulations for licensure. dead
HB365 Student suspension or expulsion from school; requires superintendent to ensure continued education. dead
HB366 Suspension and expulsion; prohibits instances of disorderly or disruptive behavior offenses. dead
HB396 Invasive plants; Board of Agriculture and Consumer Services to adopt regulations to control. dead
HB398 Radiology benefits managers; decision to deny physician's order for diagnostic radiology test. dead
HB407 Prince William County Metrorail Improvement District; created. dead
HB426 Planning districts; requires preparation of regional strategic plans for guidance of district. dead
HB428 Virginia Retirement System; benefits for certain local employees. dead
HB429 Telephone bills; blocking third-party charges. dead
HB450 Parental rights; procedure for restoration, child and parent to consent to restoration of rights. dead
HB456 Riparian forest tax credit; refund. dead
HB459 Pawnbrokers and precious metals dealers; photograph required of person pawning, selling, etc. dead
HB463 Juveniles; legal custody transferred to Department of Juvenile Justice. dead
HB469 Algebra readiness assessment; Board of Education to develop or approve for students. dead
HB483 Real property tax; concerning validity of valuation of property, etc. dead
HB486 VRS; certain higher educational institution employees in optional retirement plan. dead
HB487 Prisoners; allows localities to charge persons for costs of transporting them to jail. dead
HB505 Income tax, state; increases long-term care insurance credit. dead
HB514 Tax credits; beginning Jan. 1, 2012, for direct costs to comply with excessive state regulations. dead
HB517 Income tax, state; creates deductions for life, medical, and dental insurance premiums. dead
HB518 Income tax, state; deductions for life, medical, and dental insurance premiums for certain people. dead
HB534 Certificate of public need; exemption from Request for Applications (RFAs) process. dead
HB544 Suspension and expulsion; prohibits instances of disorderly or disruptive behavior offenses. dead
HB549 Child support arrearages; publication of names. dead
HB576 Public schools; teacher contract and evaluation policies. dead
HB586 Corrections, Department of; confinement of local inmates in State correctional facilities. dead
HB592 Concealed handgun permittees; criminal history record information check exemption for some firearms. dead
HB593 VEDP; required provisions in economic development agreements. dead
HB604 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: IN REMEMBRANCE, APRIL 16, 2007. dead
HB631 Application of foreign law; court decisions and contracts will be void as violation of policy. dead
HB643 Virginia Telephone Privacy Protection Act; telephone call includes any text message sent. dead
HB651 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: I SUPPORT ANIMAL RESCUE. dead
HB660 Solar photovoltaic power production projects; VDOT to lease space within highway rights-of-way. dead
HB679 Criminal history information; prohibits sale of person's conviction when record is expunged. dead
HB697 Higher educational institutions; mental health policies. dead
HB705 Health insurance; diagnostic procedures resulting from preventive care or screening. dead
HB707 Funeral protests; penalty. dead
HB709 Motor vehicle insurance; medical expense benefits, assignments. dead
HB720 Worker retraining tax credit; increase in credit amount for tax years beginning January 1, 2012. dead
HB724 False advertising; exempts real estate brokers and salespersons from criminal and civil liability. dead
HB727 Statewide uniform grading policy; requires Board of Education to establish. dead
HB741 Public-Private Partnership Advisory Commission; powers. dead
HB781 Minority Business Enterprises, Department of; changes definition of small business. dead
HB787 Retail Sales & Use Tax; eligibility of tax refund on purchase of certain renewable energy equipment. dead
HB798 Salvage vehicles; consumer awareness of issues that may occur from purchasing at auction. dead
HB799 Wetlands and streams; water protection permits, conditions for contribution to Board-approved fund. dead
HB807 Electronic tracking devices; person who uses without consent to track location of another, penalty. dead
HB814 Virginia Public Health Foundation; established, report. dead
HB815 University of Virginia; university-related foundation funds used in relation to FOIA. dead
HB816 Freedom of Information Act; university-related foundation funds. dead
HB817 FOIA; use of general fund appropriations by colleges or universities. dead
HB818 Freedom of Information Act; use of general fund appropriations. dead
HB819 Virginia College Savings Plan; acceptance of commemorative coins minted by State Treasurer. dead
HB825 Application of foreign law; court decisions will be void as violation of public policy of State. dead
HB832 Retail Sales and Use Tax; distribution of revenue to localities based on school-age population. dead
HB835 Shared work programs; established, report. dead
HB843 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Trees Virginia. dead
HB850 General registrars; shall serve on a full-time basis. dead
HB859 Concealed handgun permittees; criminal history record information check exemption for some firearms. dead
HB862 Income tax, state; deduction for tolls. dead
HB864 Transportation Board; changes composition, Governor shall appoint or remove members, etc. dead
HB866 Fairfax County School Board; staggered elections. dead
HB883 Income tax, state; credit for solar energy equipment systems. dead
HB887 Student suspension or expulsion from school; requires superintendent to ensure continued education. dead
HB890 Mortgage foreclosure; right to reinstatement. dead
HB891 Mobile infrared transmitters; violation of prohibition on operation of nonemergency vehicles. dead
HB908 Land preservation tax credit; application for credits prior to any donation. dead
HB918 Medicaid; appeals of agency determinations. Regarding overpayments. dead
HB923 Concealed handgun permits and carrying concealed weapons; reorganizing and recodifying law. dead
HB930 Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act; administration of election laws for military voters. dead
HB966 Guardian ad litem; shall not be appointed to represent child, etc. if committed delinquent act. dead
HB980 Health insurance; time limit on submitting claims. dead
HB992 Assault and battery; Class 1 misdemeanor against a family or household member. dead
HB999 Telework tax credit; creates income tax credit for certain employees. dead
HB1000 Telework expenses tax credit; extended for employers through December 31, 2015. dead
HB1001 Immigration laws; agreement with United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement. dead
HB1006 Home school instruction tax credit; includes amount paid for materials and correspondence courses. dead
HB1008 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; rights of owners. dead
HB1012 Criminal history record information check; elimination of fees. dead
HB1023 Travel insurance. introduced
HB1036 Primary elections expenses; local electoral boards authorized to establish procedures. dead
HB1040 License plates, special; issuance of those commemorating America's buffalo soldiers. dead
HB1041 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for hiring veterans. dead
HB1044 Minority Business Enterprises, Department of; changes definition of small business. dead
HB1049 Income tax, state, etc.; tax credit for taxpayers employing persons in STEM internship positions. dead
HB1050 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for hiring military persons as STEM interns. dead
HB1052 Firearms and other weapons; removing prohibition against carrying in air carrier airport terminals. dead
HB1055 Voter registration; military and overseas voters to return application by fax. dead
HB1057 Absentee voting; procedures for military and overseas voters. dead
HB1070 All-terrain and utility vehicles; expands definition. dead
HB1077 Day labor centers; use of E-Verify program. dead
HB1078 Deferred Retirement Option Program; Fairfax County to exclude elected officials from participating. dead
HB1079 Cigarette tax; prohibits locality from restricting owner from transferring stamped cigarettes. dead
HB1080 Student discipline; parental notification. dead
HB1081 Cigarettes; repeals statute authorizing localities in administering and enforcing local taxes. dead
HB1087 Nursing home patients; notice of discharge or transfer to State Long-Term Care Ombudsman. dead
HB1112 Human papillomavirus vaccine; eliminates requirement of vaccination for female children. dead
HB1125 Dead bodies; requires court authorization for locality to pay reasonable expenses for disposition. dead
HB1132 Primary elections; allows write-in votes, etc. dead
HB1135 Concealed handgun permit; removes certain requirements for out-of-state permits. dead
HB1138 Civil remedies; use of depositions. dead
HB1150 Cash proffers; removes provision allowing court to award attorney fees in certain cases. dead
HB1155 Income tax, state; taxation of trusts established for disabled individuals. dead
HB1165 Richmond Metropolitan Authority; may establish and maintain police department, etc. dead
HB1170 Income tax, state and corporate; credit for service renewable energy property. dead
HB1172 Human Rights Council; authority to act. dead
HB1180 Wastewater treatment facilities; Virginia Public Building Authority to issue an additional bond. dead
HB1190 Workers' compensation; injured employee's choice of pharmacy providers shall not be restricted. dead
HB1194 Farm wineries and vineyards tax credit; raises credit beginning on or after January 1, 2012. dead
HB1195 Vehicle weight limits; increases tandem axle weight limit. dead
HB1207 Higher education; right of students to assert objection to requirement of academic degree program. dead
HB1209 Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; developer control period. dead
HB1225 State parks; Department of Conservation and Recreation to set camping fees annually, etc. dead
HB1234 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; appointment of executive director. dead
HB1236 License plates, special; issuance to members and former members of U.S. Army Rangers. dead
HB1242 Dangerous wild animals; Class 1 misdemeanor to privately possess, sell, transfer, etc. dead
HB1246 Dulles Greenway; allowed to lease property for outdoor advertising, SCC to approve toll rates. dead
HB1249 Duck blinds license; renewal date changed. dead
HB1254 Unemployment benefits; symphony orchestra performers. dead
HB1255 Cable franchise; right of cable operator to renew its authority by means of an ordinance. dead
HB1256 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; foreclosure on lien for unpaid assessments. dead
HB1265 Mechanics' lien' notice; claimant must send to property owner 30 days before filing. dead
HB1267 Income tax, corporate; combined reporting requirements. dead
HB1268 Land preservation tax credit; reduces amount that may be claimed for taxable years 2012 and 2013. dead
HB1279 Felonies by prisoners; penalties. dead
HB1283 Child custody or visitation; person with a legitimate interest. dead
HB1285 Virginia Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act; created, penalty. dead
HB1289 Impaired health care providers; amends definition of impairment. dead
HB1302 Tolling fees; prevents VDOT from charging monthly fees for payment program and its transponders. dead
HB1303 Small businesses; tax credit for hiring graduates of Virginia's public colleges and universities. dead
HB1304 Income tax, corporate; credit for contracting with small or minority-owned, etc., businesses. dead
HB1305 Workers' compensation; injuries presumed to be in course of employment, unless evidence to contrary. signed by governor
HB1306 Federal Oversight, Commission on; established, report. dead
HB1307 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); restrictions on use of cash assistance. dead
HB1308 Writ of actual innocence; petition by juvenile adjudicated delinquent upon felony charge. signed by governor
HB1309 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year. dead
HB1310 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year. dead
HB1311 Appeal of bond decision; court may stay execution of order for so long as reasonably practicable. signed by governor
HB1312 Standards of Learning; Board of Education to adopt regulations for an additional testing period. dead
HB1313 Income tax, state; deconforms State laws from provision of Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act. dead
HB1314 Health insurance; contraception coverage. dead
HB1315 Health insurance; contraception coverage. dead
HB1316 Sex-selective abortions; penalty. dead
HB1317 Standards of Learning; Board of Education to adopt regulations establishing additional testing. dead
HB1318 Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety Act; certain liquefied propane gas containers exempt from Act. signed by governor
HB1319 School calendar; opening of school year in certain school divisions. in committee
HB1320 Peanuts; extends excise tax on those grown in and sold in Virginia. signed by governor
HB1321 Public schools; possession and administration of epinephrine by local health department employee. dead
HB1322 Application of foreign law in Virginia courts; decisions concerning domestic relations. dead
HB1323 Scrap metal processors; reports of purchases. dead
HB1324 Efficiency Evaluation Fund; established, grants to localities. dead
HB1325 Juveniles; deferral and dismissal of serious offenses. dead
HB1326 Concealed handgun permits; firearms safety courses. dead
HB1327 Port of Va. Economic & Infrastructure Development Zone Grant Fund; certain businesses eligible. signed by governor
HB1328 Highways, Commissioner of; agreements with localities. dead
HB1329 Local taxes; interest on refunds and delinquent taxes. dead
HB1330 Admissions tax; adds Loudoun County to list of counties that are authorized to levy. dead
HB1331 Local employees; retirement benefits. dead
HB1332 Local government audit; allowed to request audit from Auditor of Public Accounts upon majority vote. signed by governor
HB1333 Service district boundaries; allows localities to amend after notice and public hearing. signed by governor
HB1334 Virginia ports; change in ownership. incorporated
HB1335 Local officers; senior judge may appoint temporary member to electoral board. signed by governor
HB1336 Telework tax credit; creates income tax credit for certain employees. passed senate
HB1337 Polling place procedures; voter identification to be current, valid, and contain photograph. signed by governor
HB1338 Circuit court judges; restricts appointment to office if General Assembly fails to elect. dead
HB1339 Election districts & redistricting; locality permitted to exclude from census correctional facility. signed by governor
HB1340 Electoral boards and general registrars; reimbursement of costs of compensation and expenses. dead
HB1341 Presidential primaries; localities shall be reimbursed by State for all costs incurred. dead
HB1342 Elections; costs of primaries. dead
HB1343 Service district boundaries; allows localities to amend after notice and public hearing. incorporated
HB1344 Deaf or hard-of-hearing children; special education. signed by governor
HB1345 Rappahannock River Basin Commission; reduces number of members. signed by governor
HB1346 Presidential electors; candidate petitions, required signatures, etc. signed by governor
HB1347 Workers' compensation; weather as risk of public safety officer's employment,injuries incurred. signed by governor
HB1348 House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustments in boundaries. dead
HB1349 Dental hygiene and dental hygienist; definitions and licensure. signed by governor
HB1350 Standards of Learning; local school divisions shall provide math remediation, etc., for grades 6-8. enacted
HB1351 Credit unions, federal; those operating within State to comply with Virginia Small Estate Act. signed by governor
HB1352 Health care records; increases maximum copying fee that a health care provider may charge. dead
HB1353 Absentee voting; persons eligible to vote by absentee ballot. dead
HB1354 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes service charges of photographers and videographers. dead
HB1355 Writs of actual innocence; petitions. dead
HB1356 Health insurance; local government employees eligibile to participate in state employee plan. dead
HB1357 Handheld personal communications devices; texting while driving a primary offense. incorporated
HB1358 Law-enforcement officer; impersonating local, etc., law-enforcement officer is Class 1 misdemeanor. signed by governor
HB1359 Consumer finance companies; rate of interest. dead
HB1360 Reckless driving; using a handheld personal communications device, penalty. incorporated
HB1361 Absentee voting; persons eligible to vote by absentee ballot. dead
HB1362 Election Day; designating as a state holiday. in subcommittee
HB1363 Private security services businesses; exempts certain employees and representatives from training. signed by governor
HB1364 Court-appointed experts; compensation in criminal cases. dead
HB1365 Mental health experts; appointment in criminal cases not involving insanity defense or competency. dead
HB1366 Smoking; unlawful for person to smoke in motor vehicle with minor present, civil penalty. dead
HB1367 Cigarettes; deemed litter for purposes of criminal punishment for improper disposal of trash. dead
HB1368 Jury duty; requires employer to excuse an employee for each day of service that exceeds three hours. dead
HB1369 School bus stops; school boards shall develop policy for stops located near sex offender residence. dead
HB1370 Small business; creates an individual and corporate tax credit for those creating new jobs. dead
HB1371 Reckless driving; removes driving in excess of 80 mph, etc. dead
HB1372 Unemployment compensation; disqualification from benefits due to loss of license or certification. signed by governor
HB1373 Legal notices; advertisement by locality. dead
HB1374 Summary judgment; use of depositions. incorporated
HB1375 Customer access to restrooms; retail establishment required to allow customer to use, penalty. dead
HB1376 Controlled substances; law-enforcement officer's testimony regarding field-test identification. signed by governor
HB1377 Students; care of those who have been diagnosed with diabetes. dead
HB1378 Legal notices; locality to publish on its website instead of advertising in newspaper. incorporated
HB1379 Law-Enforcement Assistance Program; DCJS to develop a peer-counseling program. dead
HB1380 Assault and battery; includes campus police officers within enhanced penalty provision. dead
HB1381 Plastic bags; imposes $0.05 tax beginning 7/1/14 on those used by purchasers to carry certain goods. dead
HB1382 Unemployment compensation; disqualification from benefits due to loss of license or certification. dead
HB1383 Criminal history record information; emergency medical services providers. signed by governor
HB1384 Transportation Accountability, Joint Commission on; removes obsolete provision. signed by governor
HB1385 Labor organization representation; right to vote by secret ballot. signed by governor
HB1386 Overweight vehicle permits; allows court to invalidate standard permit in certain circumstances. dead
HB1387 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Washington Nationals baseball team. signed by governor
HB1388 Teaching positions; notice to principals, assistant principals, or supervisors of reassignment. signed by governor
HB1389 Higher educational institutions; allocation of in-state undergraduate tuition and state funds. dead
HB1390 Charter; Town of Kilmarnock. signed by governor
HB1391 State legislative buildings; prohibits possession of weapons in Capitol of Va., exception. dead
HB1392 Higher educational institutions; modifications to prior revenue bond bills, emergency. signed by governor
HB1393 Fleet management; DGS to issue guidance documents to govern use of vehicles in State fleet. signed by governor
HB1394 Absentee voting; persons age 65 and older on day of an election are entitled to vote absentee. dead
HB1395 Abandoned vehicles; public auction conducted by locality shall include an Internet sale by auction. signed by governor
HB1396 Portable electronics insurance; eliminates provision that caps incidental compensation, etc. signed by governor
HB1397 Dan River; designates 15-mile segment as component of Virginia Scenic Rivers System. signed by governor
HB1398 Land preservation tax credits; Budget Bill to include an appropriation for land preservation, etc. signed by governor
HB1399 RS&UT; deletes portion of tax exemption for pollution control equipment and facilities. signed by governor
HB1400 Oyster replenishment tax; penalties. enacted
HB1401 Real property tax; collection of delinquent taxes, notice to taxpayer regarding payment agreement. signed by governor
HB1402 Income tax, state; adjusts elements of Virginia's individual income tax to account for inflation. dead
HB1403 Retail Sales and Use Tax; increases amount of revenue dedicated to Transportation Trust Fund. incorporated
HB1404 Residential development; impact fees to defray costs of public facilities. dead
HB1405 Private road easements; maintenance and repairs. dead
HB1406 Eating disorders; school board shall provide parent educational information for grades 5 through 12. signed by governor
HB1407 Inmates; eligibility for medical assistance. dead
HB1408 Planning commissioners, local; removes requirement that members own real property. dead
HB1409 Motor fuels tax; converts rate of taxation from cents per gallon to a percentage rate. dead
HB1410 Firearms; possession of weapons following conviction of certain crimes, penalty. dead
HB1411 Hoax explosive devices; imitation weapons of terrorism, increased penalties. dead
HB1412 VIEW Program; substance abuse screening and assessment of public assistance recipients. dead
HB1413 Nonresident freshwater fishing license; establishes one-day license to fish inland waters of State. dead
HB1414 Local jails; compensation for cost of incarceration. dead
HB1415 Self-defense and defense of others; encodes version of 'castle doctrine.' dead
HB1416 School buses; exempted weight limits for certain traffic on U.S. Route 52 on Fancy Gap Mountain. dead
HB1417 Health insurance; contraception coverage. dead
HB1418 Charter; City of Falls Church. dead
HB1419 Family health care structures, temporary; zoning provisions, extends time structure must be removed. signed by governor
HB1420 Intervener; purposes of regulations promulgated by Board of Education. enacted
HB1421 U.S. Constitution; delegates to attend convention to amend. dead
HB1422 Interchangeable biosimilar biological products; permits pharmacists to dispense, etc. signed by governor
HB1423 Mandatory outpatient treatment; who may file petition. signed by governor
HB1424 Jails; court can adopt regional jail until it can obtain adequate facility. dead
HB1425 Tenant's remedies; interrupted utility service. signed by governor
HB1426 Legal notices; advertisement on websites by Towns of Damascus and Glade Spring. dead
HB1427 Bristol Virginia Utilities Authority; grants Authority 'quick take' condemnation powers. dead
HB1428 General registrars; shall serve on a full-time basis beginning July 1, 2013. dead
HB1429 Zoning; attorney fees. dead
HB1430 Right to Farm Act; expands definition of agricultural operations, etc. in committee
HB1431 Murder; increases penalty for conspiracy to commit. dead
HB1432 Writ of actual innocence; revises one of allegations necessary to petition. signed by governor
HB1433 Infants; cause of action for expenses for injury, statute of limitations. signed by governor
HB1434 Wrongful death and personal injury actions; future wages presumption. dead
HB1435 Senior judge system; to study feasibility & effect of implementing for circuit & district courts. signed by governor
HB1436 Mechanics' lien notice; claimant must send to property owner 30 days before filing. dead
HB1437 Intangible personal property tax; classification of certain machinery and tools. dead
HB1438 Motor fuels tax; indexed. incorporated
HB1439 Background checks; children's residential facilities regulated by Department of Juvenile Justice. signed by governor
HB1440 Charter; Town of Monterey. enacted
HB1441 Certified nutrient management planners; DCR to adopt certain regulations. dead
HB1442 Public school interscholastic programs; participation of students receiving home instruction. dead
HB1443 Social Serices, Commissioner of; submission of financial information by applicant, licensure. signed by governor
HB1444 Medications; administration by certain employees or contract service providers. signed by governor
HB1445 Home care organizations; clarifies liability insurance coverage requirements. signed by governor
HB1446 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Rosewell Foundation. dead
HB1447 Littering; increased specificity as to what constitutes and provides an alternative penalty. dead
HB1448 Septic systems, failed; contracts with property owners to provide loans for repairs. signed by governor
HB1449 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage licenses for certain properties. signed by governor
HB1450 Hampton Roads Planning District; additional 1% sales & use tax in counties in District. dead
HB1451 Retention of case records; general district court. signed by governor
HB1452 Charter; Town of Chase City. signed by governor
HB1453 Public utility company vehicles; extension of loads beyond front of vehicles. signed by governor
HB1454 Safe deposit boxes; bank or other entity to permit limited access by deceased lessee's spouse, etc. dead
HB1455 Elderly or incapacitated adults; financial exploitation, penalty is a Class 3 felony. incorporated
HB1456 House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustments in Fairfax County. dead
HB1457 Estate tax; reinstates for persons dying on or after July 1, 2013. stricken
HB1458 TANF; assistance when convicted of drug-related felony. dead
HB1459 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; definition of law-enforcement officer. dead
HB1460 Tolls; prohibits on Interstate Route 95 without approval of General Assembly. dead
HB1461 Tuition, in-state; veterans residing within State shall be eligibile for in-state tuition charges. signed by governor
HB1462 Land preservation tax credit; assessments of additional tax. dead
HB1463 Tramadol; adds to list of Schedule IV controlled substances. dead
HB1464 Coal miners; designating April 13 of each year as day of recognition. dead
HB1465 Prostitution, forced; expungement of charges. dead
HB1466 Unemployment compensation; benefit ratio. dead
HB1467 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting opening of school year, etc. dead
HB1468 Public schools; possession & administration of epinephrine by employees of local governing bodies. signed by governor
HB1469 Higher educational institutions; State Inspector General to conduct a comprehensive financial audit. dead
HB1470 Public charter schools; costs and applications. dead
HB1471 Assisted living facilities; residents permitted to vote absentee. dead
HB1472 Transportation; funding and administration. dead
HB1473 Concession stands at youth athletic activities; exempt from regulations applicable to restaurants. signed by governor
HB1474 Grass & weeds; adds Town of Orange to list of localities authorized to require cutting on property. signed by governor
HB1475 Motorcycle titling; purchase of new motorcycles for parts. signed by governor
HB1476 Motorcycle rider safety training centers; requires motorcycles supplied to meet certain criteria. signed by governor
HB1477 Deadman's Statute; corroboration of testimony by business records, authentication of records. signed by governor
HB1478 State Inspector General; powers and duties. dead
HB1479 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; agenda to be included in meeting notices, etc. dead
HB1480 Real Estate Board; authority to hear fair housing violations by real estate licensees. signed by governor
HB1481 Scrap metal purchasers; purchase of secondhand articles, reports, penalty. signed by governor
HB1482 Wastewater works operator; must sit for conventional onsite sewage system operator examination. enacted
HB1483 District court; record on appeal. in committee
HB1484 Farm vehicles; extends travel distance limitation on unregistered vehicles used on seasonal basis. dead
HB1485 DMV registration; expiration and renewal. signed by governor
HB1486 Insurance agents; requirements for continuing education. dead
HB1487 Computer Crimes Act; civil action for violation of Act, limitations period. dead
HB1488 Stormwater management program; delays date local governments will have to for administering. dead
HB1489 State employees; State Comptroller to process payroll on weekly basis. dead
HB1490 Tuition, in-state; eligibility of student, approval for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. dead
HB1491 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting opening of school year, etc. dead
HB1492 Fraud; court may vacate judgment of criminal conviction. dead
HB1493 Charter; City of Hampton. signed by governor
HB1494 Sheriffs; expands authority to deputize persons to direct traffic, training required. stricken
HB1495 Handheld personal communications devices; prohibits use while operating motor vehicle, etc. incorporated
HB1496 Senior citizens; reduced tuition for attendance at higher educational institutions in State. dead
HB1497 Public school interscholastic programs; participation by students in military families. signed by governor
HB1498 School expulsions; removes provision prohibiting reversal of decision. passed subcommittee
HB1499 Emergency medical services personnel; administration of medications. signed by governor
HB1500 Budget Bill. signed by governor
HB1501 Pharmacy; collaborative agreements. signed by governor
HB1502 Index of Performance incentive program; raising achievement of students in proficiency gap groups. dead
HB1503 Standards of Accreditation; adds high school graduation rates, college readiness of graduates, etc. dead
HB1504 Commonwealth Teaching Fellows Program; established. dead
HB1505 Sewage systems; betterment loans. dead
HB1506 Service firearms; minimum years of service. signed by governor
HB1507 Deeds; circuit court clerk has authority to reject any deed or recordation for filing, etc. signed by governor
HB1508 Congressman William Wampler, Sr., Memorial Highway; designating portion of Interstate Route 81. signed by governor
HB1509 Failed electronic payments; civil action, unlawful detainer remedies. signed by governor
HB1510 Dental or optometric services plans; requirement for nonstock corporation that offer or administer. signed by governor
HB1511 Assisted living facilities, licensed; access to temporary emergency electrical power source. dead
HB1512 Income tax, state and corporate; subtraction for income from space leased to public schools. dead
HB1513 Medical assistance; smoking cessation. dead
HB1514 Golf carts and utility vehicles; adds Town of Wachapreague to list that may authorize. signed by governor
HB1515 Widgeon, Randy Marshall; transfers his service pistol to his widow, Pamela Turlington Widgeon. signed by governor
HB1516 Pharmacies; access to the Prescription Monitoring Program. dead
HB1517 Involuntary intoxication offense; notice by defendant to State of intention to present evidence. in committee
HB1518 Sexual abuse of child; increases penalty for any adult who commits abuse with child under 15. dead
HB1519 Community Integration Advisory Commission; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
HB1520 Absentee voting; persons eligible to vote by absentee ballot. dead
HB1521 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; designation of tourism activity zones, etc. signed by governor
HB1522 Personal property tax; classification of motor vehicles leased by locality/constitutional officer. signed by governor
HB1523 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes hurricane preparedness equipment. dead
HB1524 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; records of minors participating in park and recreation program. signed by governor
HB1525 Tuition, in-state; undocumented persons. dead
HB1526 HOT lanes; emergency vehicles and law-enforcement vehicles cannot use when commuting to work place. signed by governor
HB1527 Fire insurance; clarifies that excess insurance may be written on an endorsement, etc. signed by governor
HB1528 Commercial insurance policies; only first named insured required to be given notice of cancellation. signed by governor
HB1529 Justice for Victims of Sterilization Act; established, Fund created. dead
HB1530 Charter; City of Manassas Park. dead
HB1531 Public beaches; sand dredging and beach replenishment. signed by governor
HB1532 Virginia Retirement System; benefits for certain local employees. signed by governor
HB1533 Charter; City of Fairfax. vetoed by governor
HB1534 Local taxes; interest on refunds and delinquent taxes. dead
HB1535 Town and county; joint powers. dead
HB1536 Grass and weeds; adds Dinwiddie County to list of localities authorized to require cutting. dead
HB1537 Student teachers & student teacher supervisors; fingerprinting, criminal history records check, etc. dead
HB1538 Virginia Code Commission; periodic review of Code of Virginia. dead
HB1539 Motor vehicles; certain vehicle dealers not required to display license at wholesale auction. signed by governor
HB1540 Handheld personal communications devices; unlawful to use in specified school property or crossing. incorporated
HB1541 Prostitution, forced; expungement of charges. dead
HB1542 Online case management system; removal of defendant's name. dead
HB1543 Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; Expected Family Contribution. dead
HB1544 Lawyers; client accounts. passed committee
HB1545 Medical malpractice; expert witness certification, court may conduct an in camera review. signed by governor
HB1546 Service of process; makes several changes to how process is made on nonresidents, etc. signed by governor
HB1547 Cemeteries; minimum tree canopy during development process shall be 10 percent. signed by governor
HB1548 Municipal separate storm sewer (MS4) permittees; guidance documents. dead
HB1549 Divorce; temporary orders concerning life insurance. dead
HB1550 Gang-free zones; adds school bus stops to list of places. dead
HB1551 Discovery rule; statute of limitations. dead
HB1552 Punitive damages; increases cap to reflect effect of inflation. dead
HB1553 Real property tax assessment; affordable housing. signed by governor
HB1554 Risk management plans; insurance coverage for sheriffs or deputies, limitation on liability. signed by governor
HB1555 Virginia State Virtual School; established as statewide school division, report. dead
HB1556 Divisionwide ratios of students to teachers; changes to schoolwide ratio. dead
HB1557 School boards; training for persons designated to carry concealed handguns on school property. dead
HB1558 Libraries; Town of Leesburg may by ordinance establish an endowment fund for supporting certain. signed by governor
HB1559 DUI; any person convicted of subsequent offense is guilty of Class 6 felony, etc. signed by governor
HB1560 Abortion; removes requirement that a woman undergo transabdominal ultrasound prior to procedure. dead
HB1561 Local police departments; cooperation agreements with private police departments certified by DCJS. signed by governor
HB1562 Dangerous and vicious dogs; when owner is charged with a violation, officer shall confine dog, etc. enacted
HB1563 Burial services; Cemetery Board to develop process to ensure consumers get accurate cost estimates. signed by governor
HB1564 Drugs; administration by a person to a child in private school. signed by governor
HB1565 Affordable housing dwelling unit program; allows governing body to amend its zoning ordinances. dead
HB1566 Recordation tax; authorizes localities to impose additional tax at rate equal to 1/10 of state rate. dead
HB1567 Suspended or revoked license; driving recklessly causing death of another person, penalty. dead
HB1568 Virginia Retirement System; retirees hired as school board security personnel. dead
HB1569 Criminal justice training academies; sovereign immunity of trainers certified by DCJS, etc. signed by governor
HB1570 Nonsuits; dismissal of action, fees and costs. incorporated
HB1571 Towing; presentation of statement of charges. dead
HB1572 Workers' compensation insurance; experience modification factor. dead
HB1573 Financial institutions; contract provision requiring amendment or waiver to be in writing, etc. signed by governor
HB1574 Uniform Statewide Building Code; enforcement of provisions by towns for construction, etc. in committee
HB1575 Child care services and facilities; regulation in certain counties and cities. stricken
HB1576 Virginia armed forces; distributing educational materials. dead
HB1577 TANF; restrictions on use of cash assistance, not to access cash through electronic transaction. enacted
HB1578 Local taxes; interest on refunds and delinquent taxes. dead
HB1579 James River, Historic Lower; allows consideration of construction of new utility infrastructure. dead
HB1580 Telephone companies; exempted from certain billing practices. dead
HB1581 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes nonprofit entities. dead
HB1582 Armed security officers; protection of schools and child day centers. signed by governor
HB1583 Vacant building registration; increases maximum annual fee that ordinance may impose on owner. signed by governor
HB1584 Digital accounts and assets; enables a fiduciary to gain access. incorporated
HB1585 Town and county; joint powers. dead
HB1586 Arts and cultural districts, local; tax incentives. signed by governor
HB1587 ABC; contemplated actions by brewery or beer wholesaler. signed by governor
HB1588 Physician Loan Repayment Program; extends eligibility. signed by governor
HB1589 Derelict nonresidential building or structure; demolition by locality. enacted
HB1590 VRS; certain higher educational institution employees in optional retirement plan. dead
HB1591 Plastic bags; use by retailers. dead
HB1592 Early voting; any registered voter qualified to vote in election may vote in person. dead
HB1593 Residential Property Disclosure Act; required disclosures of property used as methamphetamine lab. dead
HB1594 Small estates; checks and negotiable instruments. signed by governor
HB1595 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; imposition of late fees for assessments, etc. signed by governor
HB1596 School calendar; alternative schedules in school divisions containing low-performing schools. dead
HB1597 Children; personal flotation devices required for those 12 years of age or younger. dead
HB1598 Real property tax; boards of equalization. signed by governor
HB1599 Vote centers; pilot program. dead
HB1600 Alcoholic beverage control; transfers of wine. dead
HB1601 Civics Education, Commission on; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
HB1602 Virginia Workforce Council; annual informational brochure for 11th grade students, public hs. dead
HB1603 Incapacitated adults; crimes against person, penalty. incorporated
HB1604 Private security services businesses; carrying firearm in course of duties. signed by governor
HB1605 Students; admission of those domiciled in State at higher educational institutions. dead
HB1606 Prostitution; solicitation of a minor, penalty. signed by governor
HB1607 Property and casualty insurance policies; electronic notices, etc. signed by governor
HB1608 All-terrain vehicle and utility vehicle; revises definitions. dead
HB1609 Higher education; mental health treatment coordination for certain students. enacted
HB1610 Financial institutions; identification of joint accounts. signed by governor
HB1611 Onsite sewage systems; inspections shall be required only once every two years rather than annually. dead
HB1612 Workers' compensation; fee schedule for medical care services and prompt payment. dead
HB1613 State depositories; exempt deposits. dead
HB1614 Human papillomavirus vaccine; required for all children. dead
HB1615 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; disclosure of methamphetamine laboratory. signed by governor
HB1616 Drone aircraft; limitations on use, report. incorporated
HB1617 Student organizations; religious or political organizations may determine core functions, etc. signed by governor
HB1618 Civil cases; conduct of business activity, permissible venue. signed by governor
HB1619 Secure inpatient treatment hearings; report to counsel for respondent. signed by governor
HB1620 County government; adoption of optional forms. dead
HB1621 Vacant building registration; increases maximum registration fee required of an owner of building. incorporated
HB1622 Emergency medical services providers; Board of Health shall prescribe regulation, procedures, etc. signed by governor
HB1623 Child sexual abuse cases; prior sex offenses against children admissible in evidence. incorporated
HB1624 Virginia Public Procurement Act; contracts with state agencies for transportation facility, etc. dead
HB1625 Virginia Retirement System; collection of overpayments to retirees and beneficiaries. dead
HB1626 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; General Assembly may add certain full-time employees. dead
HB1627 Real property; VDOT to convey a parcel of property owned by Department in Fauquier County, etc. enacted
HB1628 Driver training schools; no DMV regulation shall provide for minimum distance between facilities. dead
HB1629 Eel pots; authorizes Board of Game & Inland Fisheries to issue an annual permit to use in Back Bay. signed by governor
HB1630 Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; developer control in time-share estate program, etc. signed by governor
HB1631 Drugs and paraphernalia; may be forfeited to law-enforcement agency for research and training. in committee
HB1632 Motor vehicle dealers; imposition of financial penalties, warranty and sales incentive obligations. signed by governor
HB1633 Beautification projects, local; localities to provide 30-day written notice to Commissioner of VDOT. enacted
HB1634 Law-enforcement officer; impersonating an officer while committing certain acts. dead
HB1635 Jail facilities, temporary; Chesapeake allowed certain waivers for current temporary structures. signed by governor
HB1636 Workers' compensation; presumptions, members of enforcement division of DMV. dead
HB1637 Parental rights; procedure for restoring to parent whose rights to his child have been terminated. signed by governor
HB1638 Military Affairs, Department of; providing of flag to next of kin. signed by governor
HB1639 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exempts correspondence of members of General Assembly & aides. signed by governor
HB1640 Child care providers; background checks for eligibility for child care subsidy payments. signed by governor
HB1641 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; powers and duties of regulatory boards. signed by governor
HB1642 Parental rights; fundamental right to make decisions concerning upbringing, etc., of their child. signed by governor
HB1643 Protective orders; exempt from stay pending appeal. signed by governor
HB1644 Birth control; definition. dead
HB1645 Tradesmen; Board for Contractors shall evaluate continuing education requirements, report. enacted
HB1646 Comprehensive services for at-risk youth and families; eligibility for state pool of funds. signed by governor
HB1647 DUI offenders; compliance with State ignition interlock requirements if convicted out-of-state. in committee
HB1648 Low-income and disabled customers; discounted fees and charges for certain. signed by governor
HB1649 Pawnbrokers and precious metals dealers; records required to be maintained, etc. signed by governor
HB1650 Retail Sales and Use Tax; revenue distributed to certain localities. dead
HB1651 Unified Innovation Fund; created. dead
HB1652 Electronic filing in civil proceedings; certain circuit court clerks may charge an additional fee. signed by governor
HB1653 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; registration verification, etc. dead
HB1654 Circuit court clerk; submission of trial court record in electronic form to appellate court. dead
HB1655 Motor vehicle insurance; assignment of medical expense benefits to assignor's health care provider. signed by governor
HB1656 Workers' Compensation Commission; location of offices. signed by governor
HB1657 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes funeral-related goods. dead
HB1658 Circuit court clerks; revises various powers and duties for certification of records, etc. signed by governor
HB1659 Private security services businesses; exceptions for certain out-of-state businesses. dead
HB1660 Prisoners; prohibits those in correctional facilities from possessing or transporting weapons. dead
HB1661 Localities; authority to require safety equipment on mobility aids. dead
HB1662 Libraries; locality to adopt an ordinance that prohibits firearms, ammunition, etc., in. dead
HB1663 Motor fuels tax; authorizes any county or city to impose at rate not to exceed $0.10 per gallon. incorporated
HB1664 State plan management partnership exchange; review and approval. dead
HB1665 General Assembly members; prohibited conduct. dead
HB1666 Professional counselors; licensure. signed by governor
HB1667 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage licenses for certain properties in Smyth County. signed by governor
HB1668 Southwestern VA Mental Health Institute; DBHDS authorized to convey real property in Smyth County. signed by governor
HB1669 Southwestern Virginia Training Center; closure prohibited. dead
HB1670 Transient occupancy tax; adds Dickenson County to list of counties authorized to levy. signed by governor
HB1671 Alcoholic beverage control; exemption from tied house restriction for one out-of-state winery. signed by governor
HB1672 Naloxone; administration by unlicensed individual in cases of opiate overdose. signed by governor
HB1673 School calendar; alternative schedules in school divisions offering additional instruction time. dead
HB1674 Education, Board of; releases from state regulations. dead
HB1675 Misdemeanors; expungement of police and court records. dead
HB1676 Service of process; in order to be timely, must be made within six months from commencement. dead
HB1677 Transportation funding; elimination and increasing certain taxes. incorporated
HB1678 Check cashers; customer identification, civil penalty. dead
HB1679 Concealed handgun permit; exception retired investigator of security division of Lottery Department. signed by governor
HB1680 Temporary detention orders; increases maximum duration person may be detained from 48 to 72 hours. dead
HB1681 Child labor permits; transfers task of issuing from public school superintendents to DOLI. signed by governor
HB1682 Mentally incapacitated persons; financial exploitation, penalty. signed by governor
HB1683 Comprehensive Services, Office of; reporting expenditures for children receiving services. signed by governor
HB1684 Identity theft; victim assistance, restitution, penalties. signed by governor
HB1685 General Services, Department of; conveyance of certain real property located in City of Richmond. signed by governor
HB1686 Credit unions; limit on authorized investments in certain property, retained earnings. signed by governor
HB1687 Real property tax; increases in assessed value for prior years. in committee
HB1688 House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustments in Clarke County. dead
HB1689 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; approval required for comprehensive agreements. dead
HB1690 Public-Private Transportation Act; definition of transportation facility, port facility excluded. dead
HB1691 Virginia Port Authority; acquisition and lease of property, limitations. dead
HB1692 Public-Private Transportation Act; receipt of competing proposals, disclosure of business points. signed by governor
HB1693 Firearms; removes specific exception for possession on public school property, penalty. dead
HB1694 Land preservation tax credits; application for credits prior to any donation. dead
HB1695 Agricultural-customer generators, eligible; renewable energy incentives through net metering, etc. signed by governor
HB1696 Dulles Toll Road; authorizes VDOT to enter into an agreement with MWAA. dead
HB1697 Real property tax; land use valuation. signed by governor
HB1698 Charter; Town of Clintwood. signed by governor
HB1699 Personal property tax, tangible; computer equipment & peripherals used in data centers, definition. signed by governor
HB1700 Students; admission of those domiciled in State at higher educational institutions. dead
HB1701 Driver's license applicants; person who fails DMV exam 3 times must take VA Driver's Manual course. signed by governor
HB1702 Counseling, Board of; confirmation of appointments by General Assembly. signed by governor
HB1703 Municipal deed; restrictions on certain property in Virginia Beach. signed by governor
HB1704 Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure of information to certain agents. enacted
HB1705 Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; written notice, liability for reasonable charges for services. signed by governor
HB1706 Charter; City of Norfolk. signed by governor
HB1707 Unemployment compensation; notices of penalties for fraudulent claims for benefits, etc. enacted
HB1708 Summary judgment; use of depositions as basis for motion or to strike evidence. signed by governor
HB1709 Nonsuits; dismissal of action, fees and costs. signed by governor
HB1710 Absentee voting; parent or legal custodian of child four years of age or younger. dead
HB1711 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; notice to owners of election of directors. signed by governor
HB1712 Human rights; local commission may investigate discrimination. dead
HB1713 Driver's licenses; participation in organ donor program. dead
HB1714 District court or circuit court clerk; records sent to DMV. dead
HB1715 Circuit court clerks; electronic filing and records, remote access. signed by governor
HB1716 Circuit court clerks; allowed to establish and maintain their own case management systems, etc. signed by governor
HB1717 Comprehensive plan; transportation component shall be consistent with Statewide Transportation Plan. signed by governor
HB1718 Transportation projects and planning; reimbursement of VDOT by localities, etc. enacted
HB1719 Concussion education, awareness, & management; replaces current requirements of Board of Education. dead
HB1720 Alcoholic beverages; person not requiring evidence of legal age guilty of Class 3 misdemeanor, etc. signed by governor
HB1721 Child abuse and neglect investigations; time limit for reports. signed by governor
HB1722 Facilities; assistance and documentation to person seeking business license, etc. dead
HB1723 Child support; imputation of income, custodial parent attendance in educational, etc., program. signed by governor
HB1724 Subdivision ordinance; Charlottesville may allow developer to construct sidewalk on residential lot. signed by governor
HB1725 Absentee ballots; no individual, etc., shall mail 25 or more completed applications for voters. dead
HB1726 Non-gravel effluent drain systems for onsite sewage systems; regulations. signed by governor
HB1727 Water and waste authorities; rates and charges. dead
HB1728 Virginia Vulnerable Adult Protection Act; created. dead
HB1729 Payment of wages to employees; requires employers to maintain and preserve certain records. dead
HB1730 Standards of Quality; full-time uniformed school resource officer. dead
HB1731 Self storage units; procedure for lessors to sell self storage insurance for personal property. signed by governor
HB1732 Richmond Metropolitan Authority; composition of Board of Directors, powers. in committee
HB1733 Workers' compensation; peer review of services rendered by physicians. signed by governor
HB1734 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; technical amendments. signed by governor
HB1735 School boards, local; salary increases for members. signed by governor
HB1736 Real Estate Board; protection of escrow funds by real estate licensee, rental agreement, etc. signed by governor
HB1737 Transparency in Developer-Owned Country Club Act; established. dead
HB1738 Invention development services; required disclosure, civil penalty. dead
HB1739 Banks; security deposits of governmental entities. signed by governor
HB1740 Motor vehicle insurance; prohibits insurers from setting rates based on credit history or score. dead
HB1741 Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act; organ removal and Virginia Transplant Council. dead
HB1742 Foster care; independent living services. dead
HB1743 Independent living services; foster children committed to Department of Juvenile Justice, etc. signed by governor
HB1744 Grass and weeds; written notice to property owners in Dinwiddie County and City of Hampton, etc. signed by governor
HB1745 Children; taking indecent liberties, use of communications system to propose sex offenses. signed by governor
HB1746 Sentencing guidelines; definition of violent felony. signed by governor
HB1747 Voter registration; registration activities by third parties. passed senate
HB1748 Limited liability companies; updates Virginia Limited Liability Company Act, technical amendments. signed by governor
HB1749 Landlord and tenant laws; application to certain occupants of hotel, motel, etc. signed by governor
HB1750 Students residing on military or naval reservation; participation in interscholastic programs, etc. signed by governor
HB1751 Assault and battery; includes certain employees of DBHDS, penalty. passed senate
HB1752 Personal representatives; access to digital accounts. signed by governor
HB1753 Meherrin River; designates 17.8-mile segment as component of Virginia Scenic Rivers System signed by governor
HB1754 Service of process; in order to be timely, must be made within 90 days from commencement of action. dead
HB1755 Charter; Town of Bedford. signed by governor
HB1756 Bedford, City of, reversion; taxation of real property that becomes part of Bedford County. signed by governor
HB1757 Wetland and Stream Replacement Fund; established. enacted
HB1758 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; export of Virginia products and services. dead
HB1759 Percutaneous gastrostomy tube; administration of medications. signed by governor
HB1760 SCC; integration of processes and forms by June 30, 2018, into Business Permitting Center, report. signed by governor
HB1761 Property Owners' Association Act; waiver of assessments, voting of members. dead
HB1762 Hunting; allowed on Sunday in certain counties. dead
HB1763 Arrest warrants; jail officer employed in regional jail or jail farm may execute. signed by governor
HB1764 Virginia Voter Registration System; State Board of Elections to develop. signed by governor
HB1765 Voters; list to State Board of all registered voters, notification to general registrar of felony. signed by governor
HB1766 Child sexual abuse cases; admission of prior sex offenses into evidence, definition of sexual abuse. in committee
HB1767 Machinery and Equipment Donation Grant Program; established. signed by governor
HB1768 Environmental courts; district court or circuit court may establish, specialized court dockets. dead
HB1769 Health insurance; SCC, et al., to perform plan management functions, review of premium rates. signed by governor
HB1770 Natural gas utilities; eligible safety activity costs to be recovered as deferred costs. signed by governor
HB1771 Gas severance taxes, local; validation of coal & gas severance tax & road improvement tax ordinance. signed by governor
HB1772 Department of Corrections; electronic notice. signed by governor
HB1773 Nonsuits; fees and costs. dead
HB1774 Elections; extension of polling hours from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. dead
HB1775 Abortion; optional ultrasound. dead
HB1776 Abortion; no physician shall be subject to civil penalty for failure to perform or supervise. dead
HB1777 Virginia Open Education Resources Council; established. dead
HB1778 Mammography; provider must notify patient about dense breast tissue. signed by governor
HB1779 Tolling transponder fees; prohibits imposition of monthly fee for any month. dead
HB1780 RICO; contraband cigarettes, penalties. dead
HB1781 Elderly or incapacitated adults; financial exploitation, penalties. dead
HB1782 Concussions in student-athletes; Board of Education guidelines on policies. dead
HB1783 Contraband cigarettes, tax-paid; increases penalty for possession with intent to distribute. signed by governor
HB1784 Accident and sickness insurance; individual open enrollment program. signed by governor
HB1785 RS & UT; revenue dedicated for public facility in Town of Wise. signed by governor
HB1786 Prisoners; collection by locality of actual cost of transporting. dead
HB1787 Polling places; identification required to vote. incorporated
HB1788 Elections; identification to register to vote and present at polls. incorporated
HB1789 VIEW; substance abuse screening & assessment of public assistance applicants and recipients. dead
HB1790 Virginia Nuclear Energy Consortium Authority; established, report. enacted
HB1791 Practitioners; suspension or revocation of license, etc., by health regulatory board. signed by governor
HB1792 General and limited partnerships; updates certain Acts. signed by governor
HB1793 Computer crimes; prohibits use of an electronic device to commit. dead
HB1794 Crime victims or witnesses; nondisclosure of personal and identifying information. in committee
HB1795 Child support; confidentiality of guidelines worksheets in mediated agreements. signed by governor
HB1796 Death certificate; timely return to funeral director. signed by governor
HB1797 Transient occupancy tax; adds Greensville County to list of counties authorized to levy. signed by governor
HB1798 Retail Sales and Use Tax; entitlement of City of Bristol to certain revenues. dead
HB1799 Natural gas utilities; investments in qualifying projects. signed by governor
HB1800 Land preservation tax credit; property conveyances for public use. dead
HB1801 Virginia Contractor Transaction Recovery Act; claims review process. signed by governor
HB1802 Contractors, Board for; creation of residential and commercial contractor license categories. signed by governor
HB1803 Mortgage loan originators; conforms Virginia statutory law to federal regulations. signed by governor
HB1804 Uranium; establishes 3% state severance tax on receipts of any severed from earth in State. dead
HB1805 Saltwater recreational fishing; allows State residents 65 and older to purchase lifetime license. signed by governor
HB1806 Methamphetamine; substances used to manufacture. signed by governor
HB1807 Condominium & Property Owners' Association Acts; disclosure of qualification for federal financing. signed by governor
HB1808 Virginia Public School Improvement Program; established. dead
HB1809 Commonwealth Transportation Board; powers and duties. signed by governor
HB1810 Wearing a mask; exception to criminal punishment. dead
HB1811 Drug-free and gang-free zones; enhanced penalties for activities, etc. dead
HB1812 Real property owned by State; alters provisions governing local service charges. dead
HB1813 Bedford, City of, reversion; special election for certain council members. signed by governor
HB1814 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; Comprehensive agreements. dead
HB1815 Medical records or reports; method for introducing into evidence. signed by governor
HB1816 Methamphetamine manufactory; penalty for allowing minor under age 15, etc., to be present. enacted
HB1817 State Corporation Commission; payments and dishonored payments. signed by governor
HB1818 Commonwealth's Attorneys' Services Council; powers and duties. signed by governor
HB1819 DCJS; criminal justice training schools. dead
HB1820 Cigarettes; sale, purchase, possession, etc., for purpose of evading taxes, penalties. signed by governor
HB1821 Child Pornography Images Registry; exemptions from disclosure, etc. dead
HB1822 Unstamped cigarettes; sale, purchase, possession, etc., penalties. dead
HB1823 Public procurement; posting by local public bodies of procurement opportunities. in committee
HB1824 Virginia port volume; increase tax credit to certain entities, clarifies definitions. enacted
HB1825 Duck blinds; establishes time periods for person to obtain stationary blind license. enacted
HB1826 Law-enforcement officers; exceptions to territorial limits. signed by governor
HB1827 Citizens Standards of Learning Review Board; established, report. dead
HB1828 Rail transportation; DRPT to purchase land for construction of lines. signed by governor
HB1829 Foxes; using GPS device to manage dogs while hunting, may also use GPS while hunting other game. signed by governor
HB1830 State Police, Department of; accident reports may be retained in hard copy or electronic form. signed by governor
HB1831 Businesses, beginning; tax incentives. dead
HB1832 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Smith Mountain Lake. dead
HB1833 Concealed weapons and concealed handgun permits; reorganizing & recodifying law related to carrying. enacted
HB1834 High Performance Building Act; use of certain forest products. dead
HB1835 Firefighters and emergency medical technicians; cap on damages. dead
HB1836 Local budgets; itemized expenditures shall include any discretionary funds to be designated, etc. enacted
HB1837 Divorce cases; conduct an ore tenus hearing. signed by governor
HB1838 Insurance agents; agent whose license has been revoked, may not be employed by agent or agency. signed by governor
HB1839 Home-produced operations; exempts food products processed in homes from certain regulations. dead
HB1840 Menhaden fish; total allowable catch for those landed in State. incorporated
HB1841 Virginia Defense Force; issuance of local vehicle license for vehicles owned or leased by members. signed by governor
HB1842 License plates, special; issuance for firefighters and auxiliaries, Fraternal Order of Police, etc. dead
HB1843 Cannabinoids, research chemicals, synthetic; penalties. incorporated
HB1844 Protection and Advocacy, Virginia Office for; privatization. signed by governor
HB1845 Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Reward Fund; amount of reward. signed by governor
HB1846 Gas severance taxes, local; establishes fair market value. dead
HB1847 Criminal street gang predicate offenses; penalties. signed by governor
HB1848 Reckless driving; using a handheld personal communications device, penalty. incorporated
HB1849 Alcoholic beverage control; operation of contract winemaking facilities. signed by governor
HB1850 Assault and battery; adds employees of local or regional correctional facility. enacted
HB1851 Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Virginia Board for; renewal of asbestos contractors licenses. dead
HB1852 Home-processed food; inspection of food establishments, labeling of foods with name of preparer. signed by governor
HB1853 Planning, zoning, etc., procedures; local commission shall consult with installation commander. signed by governor
HB1854 Prisons; telephone systems. passed subcommittee
HB1855 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exempts records of Department of Aviation. signed by governor
HB1856 Emergency medical services; Board of Health to develop policies related to statewide providers. signed by governor
HB1857 Propane; prohibits dealers from engaging in discriminatory pricing. dead
HB1858 Public secondary school students; model waiver form for entity providing occupational experience. signed by governor
HB1859 Rabies; local governing body to hold clinic at least once every two years. signed by governor
HB1860 Personal property tax; advertising signs. signed by governor
HB1861 Residential property; certain notice of sale. enacted
HB1862 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act; add to list of offenses requiring registration. enacted
HB1863 Dangerous or vicious dogs; adoption of ordinances for control. dead
HB1864 School principals; incident reports. signed by governor
HB1865 Motorcycles; rider safety training centers required to provide at least one per student. dead
HB1866 Public schools; mandatory expulsion of students. signed by governor
HB1867 Students; expulsion for certain drug offenses. dead
HB1868 First-time home buyer; savings accounts for purchase of single-family residences, tax exemption. in committee
HB1869 Long-term care insurance; notice of lapse and reinstatement. dead
HB1870 Multijurisdiction grand jury; adds offense of receiving money for procuring person. signed by governor
HB1871 Bullying; defines term, school boards shall include policies & procedure in code of student conduct. signed by governor
HB1872 Investments; qualification for tax credits, clarifies meaning of funding portal, guidelines. signed by governor
HB1873 Health information technology; health benefit exchange participants. dead
HB1874 Medical malpractice; statute of limitations. dead
HB1875 Community Colleges, State Board for; faculty member added to board of visitors and State Board. dead
HB1876 Sterilization operations; for persons 18 years of age or older and capable of informed consent. signed by governor
HB1877 Corrections and Juvenile Justice, Departments of; powers and duties of Director, etc. signed by governor
HB1878 Sources of revenue; establishing and adjusting for appropriations of State and its localities. dead
HB1879 Photo-monitoring systems. in committee
HB1880 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year. dead
HB1881 University of Virginia; appointment to Board of Visitors. dead
HB1882 Virginia Public Procurement Act; resident employment and apprenticeship participation. dead
HB1883 Handheld personal communications devices; texting while driving, reckless driving. incorporated
HB1884 Highway maintenance funds; basis of allocation. dead
HB1885 Highways; VDOT to determine periodic quantitative rating on pavement condition, etc. signed by governor
HB1886 Vehicle tire weight limitations; prohibits over-the-road operation of certain vehicles. signed by governor
HB1887 Rail-to-Dulles Project; places limitations and conditions on expenditure of revenues of State. dead
HB1888 Income tax, state and fuels taxes; adjusted for inflation. incorporated
HB1889 Public schools; teacher performance indicators, etc., in personnel file shall be confidential. signed by governor
HB1890 General Services, Department of; public access to standard vendor accounting information. signed by governor
HB1891 Officers of election; appointment and term. dead
HB1892 Childhood sexual abuse; statute of limitations. signed by governor
HB1893 Virginia Adoptable & Transferable Companion Animal Registry; Veterinarian to establish website. dead
HB1894 Public school programs; opening of the school day. dead
HB1895 Reckless driving; passing other vehicles at intersections. dead
HB1896 Virginia ports; change in ownership or concession. incorporated
HB1897 Cellular telephone or other electronic devices; warrant required for search. dead
HB1898 Candidate petitions; circulator requirements. dead
HB1899 Candidate petitions; appeal of disqualification for insufficient signatures. dead
HB1900 Health insurance reform; revises State's laws. enacted
HB1901 Fines under certain local ordinances; paid to local school division and Literary Fund. dead
HB1902 Marriage and family therapy; licensure of practitioners. dead
HB1903 Cellular phone; use as tracking device. dead
HB1904 Warrants; requirement for certain telecommunications records. dead
HB1905 Restoration of civil rights; automatically eligible to vote upon completion of his sentence. dead
HB1906 Veterans; Department of Veterans Services to develop comprehensive program to reduce unemployment. signed by governor
HB1907 Handheld personal communications devices; mandatory minimum fine when convicted of reckless driving. enacted
HB1908 Commonwealth Transportation Board; changes composition. dead
HB1909 Driving under influence of alcohol; defendant's blood or breath tested, exemplary damages. dead
HB1910 Voter registration; change of address. passed subcommittee
HB1911 Judicial Council; directed to report on law clerks used by appellate and circuit courts. dead
HB1912 Child custody or visitation; issues may be included in single petition in JDRDC. dead
HB1913 Mechanics' liens; licensed contractors. signed by governor
HB1914 Criminal history record information; unauthorized sale, publication, etc. dead
HB1915 Electronic textbooks; prohibits school board from making available for use by students in residence. dead
HB1916 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for solar thermal systems. dead
HB1917 Electric utilities; renewable thermal energy. signed by governor
HB1918 Juvenile and domestic relations district courts; attorney fees. dead
HB1919 Writ of actual innocence; joint motion for petitions. dead
HB1920 Writ of actual innocence; type of plea required for issuance. dead
HB1921 Absentee voting; declared state of emergency. dead
HB1922 Early voting; any registered voter qualified to vote in election may vote in person. dead
HB1923 Worker retraining tax credit; increase in credit amount for tax years beginning January 1, 2012. signed by governor
HB1924 Conservators of the peace; inspectors general of the U.S. Department of HUD and the FHFA. dead
HB1925 Nonviolent misdemeanor convictions; expungement of offense after passage of five years. dead
HB1926 School boards, local; selection, abolishes selection commissions in school divisions, etc. in subcommittee
HB1927 Assault and battery; adds volunteer firefighter or any emergency medical service personnel, penalty. signed by governor
HB1928 DUI; any person convicted of fourth or subsequent offense is guilty of Class 6 felony. dead
HB1929 Deer; kill permits for towns. signed by governor
HB1930 Income tax, state; adjusts elements of VA individual income tax annually to account for inflation. dead
HB1931 Employee's personal information; employer not required to release, communicate, etc., to 3rd party. signed by governor
HB1932 State Police, Department of; reimbursement of expenses. dead
HB1933 Lyme disease; written information to patient when ordering laboratory test for presence of disease. signed by governor
HB1934 Tuition, in-state; undocumented persons to meet certain criteria. dead
HB1935 Self-Employment Assistance Program; established. dead
HB1936 Minority Business Enterprises, Department of; changes definition of small business. dead
HB1937 Early voting; any registered voter qualified to vote in election may vote in person. dead
HB1938 Absentee voting; persons age 65 and older on day of an election are entitled to vote absentee. incorporated
HB1939 Local officers; localities to temporarily designate someone to fill position in case of an absence. dead
HB1940 Community Colleges, State Board for, et al; faculty representatives & student representatives. in subcommittee
HB1941 Cannabinoids, research chemicals, synthetic; penalties. Emergency. signed by governor
HB1942 Vote centers; authorizes State Board of Election to establish pilot program. incorporated
HB1943 Electrical utility facilities; consideration of stability of fuel prices. dead
HB1944 Electric vehicles, converted; fees for inspection. signed by governor
HB1945 MEI Project Site Planning Grant Fund; revises definition. dead
HB1946 Renewable energy; amends existing portfolio standard program. dead
HB1947 Deer or turkey; authorizes Board of Game & Inland Fisheries to create separate special licenses. dead
HB1948 Tow truck drivers; definition of tow. in committee
HB1949 Reckless driving; speed limits on toll facilities. dead
HB1950 Following too closely; driver of a vehicle shall not get closer than is reasonable, etc. dead
HB1951 Virginia Public Procurement Act; bid match preference for Virginia businesses. dead
HB1952 Higher educational institutions; board of visitors governance, report. signed by governor
HB1953 U.S. Route 58 Corridor Development Program; issuance of bonds. signed by governor
HB1954 Antique motorboats; establishes a special one-time registration fee. dead
HB1955 Impersonating a law-enforcement officer or other public safety personnel; impersonating, penalty. signed by governor
HB1956 Special elections; Commonwealth shall pay costs of conducting to fill vacancy in General Assembly. dead
HB1957 Personal property; requires with respect to motor vehicles, tax book include vehicle's make, etc. dead
HB1958 Motor vehicle registration forms; transmission of certain to the commissioner of the revenue. dead
HB1959 Certified public accountants; time for filing complaints with Board of Accountancy, etc. signed by governor
HB1960 Board for Contractors; necessity for license, commissioning of public works of art. signed by governor
HB1961 Charter; City of Portsmouth. signed by governor
HB1962 Jails; court can adopt regional jail until it can obtain adequate facility. dead
HB1963 Income tax, state; deduction for payment of tolls in qualified locality. dead
HB1964 Voluntary economic growth-sharing agreements; Port of Va. Economic and Infrastructure Develop Zone. signed by governor
HB1965 Portsmouth Port and Industrial Commission; annual report of financial performance. dead
HB1966 Enterprise zones; permits locality to apply for status based on distress factors in area. dead
HB1967 Virginia Jobs Investment Program; eligibility for assistance. dead
HB1968 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; expands eligibility for grants. dead
HB1969 Contractors, Board for; necessity for license, commissioning of public works of art. dead
HB1970 Exemplary Teacher Grant Fund; created. dead
HB1971 STEM Summer Learning Center Fund; created. dead
HB1972 Advanced and Precision Manufacturing Education Fund; created. dead
HB1973 Real Estate Board; death or disability of a broker. dead
HB1974 Vehicle safety inspection; fees, calculation of future increases or decreases. dead
HB1975 Certificate of public need; continuing care retirement communities, admissions to nursing home beds. signed by governor
HB1976 Higher Education, Virginia Commission on; Board appointments. dead
HB1977 Open-end credit plans; prohibits anyone other than seller of certain goods from extending credit. dead
HB1978 University of Virginia; Board of Visitors, composition and quorum. dead
HB1979 Dulles Greenway; authorizes Commonwealth Transportation Board to issue bonds to acquire. dead
HB1980 Dulles Greenway Authority; created. dead
HB1981 Electronic tracking devices; person who installs, etc., without consent, Class 3 misdemeanor. signed by governor
HB1982 Local tax bills; permits treasurers to convey access online from database on treasurer's website. signed by governor
HB1983 Loudoun County; DGS to convey by quitclaim deed, certain real property of former Town of Waterford. enacted
HB1984 Non-conventional vehicles; titling and registration of mopeds, etc. dead
HB1985 Vehicle weight limits and overweight permits; technical changes. signed by governor
HB1986 Open-end credit plan; establishes requirements for certain loans. dead
HB1987 Renewable energy portfolio standard program; eliminates Performance Incentive provision. dead
HB1988 Automated external defibrillators; immunity for owner who maintains an AED located on real property. signed by governor
HB1989 Parole; earned sentence credits. dead
HB1990 License taxes; allows localities to impose on certain motor vehicles, temporary exemption. signed by governor
HB1991 Prostitution; disposition of minors. dead
HB1992 State grievance procedure; review of hearing decisions. dead
HB1993 Motor vehicle rental tax; exclusions from gross rental proceeds. signed by governor
HB1994 Virginia Public Procurement Act; contract pricing arrangements. signed by governor
HB1995 Condominium Act; convertible land. dead
HB1996 Nonprofit organizations; tax credits for donations to those assisting low-income families, etc. signed by governor
HB1997 Labor unions; privileged communications and information. dead
HB1998 Food stamps; updates obsolete references to program. dead
HB1999 Individual school performance; Board of Education shall approve student growth indicators, report. signed by governor
HB2000 Virginia ports; change in operation or ownership. incorporated
HB2001 General Assembly; no committee shall report any bill that creates a new refundable state tax credit. dead
HB2002 State Inspector General; authorized to conduct review of legislative and judicial branches. dead
HB2003 Income tax, state; recycled building rehabilitation tax credit. dead
HB2004 Trespasser; possessor of real property not liable for injury, exception. signed by governor
HB2005 Virginia Housing Partnership Revolving Fund; renamed Virginia Housing Trust Fund, report. enacted
HB2006 Mortgages; retains its subordinate status. dead
HB2007 Testimony by custodians of records, lab analysts, etc.; use of two-way electronic communication. dead
HB2008 Criminal sentencing; mandatory minimum sentences, work release programs. in committee
HB2009 VIEW; substance abuse screening and assessment of public assistance applicants and recipients. dead
HB2010 Motorcycles; motorcyclists who are 21 years old or older to ride without wearing helmets. dead
HB2011 Urban county executive form of government; abandoned personal property. dead
HB2012 Drones; moratorium on use of unmanned aircraft systems by state or local government department, etc. enacted
HB2013 Early voting; any registered voter qualified to vote in election may vote in person. dead
HB2014 Incarcerated individuals; notification of those ineligible for public assistance. signed by governor
HB2015 Paper ballot; voter entitled to cast when electronic system is available. dead
HB2016 Elections; extension of polling hours from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. dead
HB2017 Mechanical and electronic voting devices; number required. dead
HB2018 Workers' compensation; coverage for trainees at criminal justice training academies. signed by governor
HB2019 Public schools; policies and regulations approved by local school board. signed by governor
HB2020 Tolls; use of revenues. dead
HB2021 Public employment; prohibits discrimination. dead
HB2022 Voter registration list exchange; SBE shall request information to identify duplicate registrations. signed by governor
HB2023 Travel insurance; provides for sale by licensed property and casualty insurance agents, etc. signed by governor
HB2024 Health insurance; diagnostic procedures resulting from preventive care or screening. dead
HB2025 Firearms; requires background check for any purchase. dead
HB2026 Virginia FOIA; remote participation in meeting by member of public body. signed by governor
HB2027 Tuition, in-state; active duty member, etc. mobilized or on temporary active orders. signed by governor
HB2028 Public schools; cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillators. signed by governor
HB2029 Speed limits; town located entirely within confines of military base may reduce to less than 25 mph. signed by governor
HB2030 Health insurance; installment payments of cost-sharing obligations associated with prescriptions. dead
HB2031 Audiology and speech-language pathology; provisional license. signed by governor
HB2032 Virginia FOIA; allows regional public bodies to conduct electronic meetings. dead
HB2033 Provisional driver's license; restriction exceptions. signed by governor
HB2034 Land preservation tax credit; repealing effective January 1, 2014. dead
HB2035 Old Flat State Forest; authorizes DOF to convey and accept lands in Grayson County. signed by governor
HB2036 Hunting with bow and arrow or crossbow; allows persons to hunt birds or animals on Sunday. dead
HB2037 Hunting; lawful to hunt or kill nuisance species on Sunday. dead
HB2038 Fort Monroe Authority; payments in lieu of real property taxes. signed by governor
HB2039 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan; added to list to receive contributions of refunds. signed by governor
HB2040 Noise abatement practices and technologies; VDOT's evaluation extended for two additional years. signed by governor
HB2041 Access roads and bikeways; authorizes Board to establish guidelines for use of rec. access funds. signed by governor
HB2042 DMV; customer service. signed by governor
HB2043 Virginia FOIA; allows board of trustees of Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation to convene closed meeting. signed by governor
HB2044 Highway Construction Advisory Committee, Recycled Materials in; eliminates Committee. signed by governor
HB2045 Foster care and adoption; decisions regarding federal benefits, right to appeal to Commissioner. signed by governor
HB2046 General Assembly; filling vacancies in membership. dead
HB2047 Long-term health care insurance; tax credit not allowed if person claimed fed. income tax deduction. signed by governor
HB2048 Water quality; transfer of responsibility for administration of programs. enacted
HB2049 Commonwealth Transportation Board; increases total membership from 17 to 21 members. passed committee
HB2050 Search and seizure of computer and contents. dead
HB2051 Charter; Town of Front Royal. dead
HB2052 HOT lanes; allows state or local law-enforcement vehicles, etc., to enter. signed by governor
HB2053 Uniform Power of Attorney Act; violation, penalty. dead
HB2054 RS&UT; exemption includes property used for harvesting forest products. signed by governor
HB2055 Notaries; qualifications include being a legal resident of U.S., technical amendments. signed by governor
HB2056 Counterfeit cigarettes; penalties. dead
HB2057 Higher educational institutions; memoranda of understanding, etc. signed by governor
HB2058 Conservators of the peace, special; State-owned museums to apply for appointment by circuit court. signed by governor
HB2059 Landlords; reduces amount of income tax credits that may be issued each fiscal year by DHCD. signed by governor
HB2060 Juveniles; alleged to be truant, development of truancy plan. dead
HB2061 Human trafficking hotline; posted notices, etc. signed by governor
HB2062 Executive Mansion, Citizens' Advisory Council on Furnishing and Interpreting; membership. signed by governor
HB2063 Sources of revenue; establishing and adjusting for appropriations of State and its localities. dead
HB2064 Virginia Uniform Trade Secrets Act; protection of trade secrets, penalties. dead
HB2065 Juvenile correctional centers; offenses committed by persons committed to DJJ, etc. signed by governor
HB2066 Standards of Quality; assignment of certain staff by local school divisions. signed by governor
HB2067 Virginia Alternative Fuels Revolving Fund; guidelines for governing. dead
HB2068 Public schools; reading intervention services for students in kindergarten through grade 3, etc. signed by governor
HB2069 Seedlings; State Forester to furnish those grown in nurseries to State without expense, etc. signed by governor
HB2070 Mass Transit; removes all current allocations made by CTB and implements performance-based funding. dead
HB2071 Business Assistance, Department of, et al.; marketing campaign. dead
HB2072 Condemnation; local application process. signed by governor
HB2073 Real estate brokers and salespersons; liability of false advertising and false information. signed by governor
HB2074 VITA; procurement of information technology and telecommunications by state agencies. dead
HB2075 Commonwealth Innovation and Entrepreneurship Measurement System; authorizes IEIA to create. dead
HB2076 Charter schools, public; applications. signed by governor
HB2077 Motor carrier and commercial drivers; amends several licensing laws, etc. signed by governor
HB2078 Public procurement; increases public notice of requests for proposals, technical amendments. dead
HB2079 VA Public Procurement Act; process for competitive sealed bidding and negotiation. signed by governor
HB2080 Evidence acceptable to DMV Commissioner of payments of taxes, etc. signed by governor
HB2081 United Nations; State and local agencies. dead
HB2082 Information Technology Advisory Council; Council to elect chairman and vice-chair from membership. signed by governor
HB2083 Strategic Compensation Grant Initiative and Fund; established. signed by governor
HB2084 Teach for America; creates two-year provisional license for participants. signed by governor
HB2085 Consumer Counsel of Dept. of Law, Division of; replaces referenece to Office of Consumer Affairs. signed by governor
HB2086 Agriculture and Consumer Services, Board of; regulatory powers. signed by governor
HB2087 VA Jobs Investment Program; moves administration of Program to VA Economic Development Partnership. dead
HB2088 Postsecondary schools; student records and closures. signed by governor
HB2089 Permits and other information; DEQ to transmit electronically air pollution control, etc. signed by governor
HB2090 Renewable energy facilities; eligibility for incentives. dead
HB2091 Magistrates; supervision by Executive Secretary of the Supreme Court of Virginia. signed by governor
HB2092 Tax information; disclosure. signed by governor
HB2093 Circuit court judges; increases number in Fifteenth Judicial Circuit. passed committee
HB2094 Virginia Longitudinal Data System and Advisory Council; established, report. dead
HB2095 Intergovernmental Affairs, Office of; removes references to Office. signed by governor
HB2096 Opportunity Educational Institution; established, report. dead
HB2097 Career Pathways System Advisory Council; established, report. dead
HB2098 School boards; releases from state regulation. signed by governor
HB2099 Fur-bearing animals; landowner may trap, etc., upon his land during closed season if damaging. signed by governor
HB2100 Coal severance taxes, local; establishes gross income for certain purposes. Emergency. signed by governor
HB2101 High School to Work Partnerships; Board of Education shall develop guidelines for establishment. signed by governor
HB2102 Uniform Commercial Code; secured transactions, filing of documents, etc. enacted
HB2103 Parole Board; parole review and denial. signed by governor
HB2104 Banks; derivative transactions. signed by governor
HB2105 Junkyards; policy and definitions. signed by governor
HB2106 Traffic regulation; conforms Title 46.2 to changes to Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices. signed by governor
HB2107 Absentee ballot procedures and count; requires prompt counting immediately after close of polls. signed by governor
HB2108 Low-income residential customers; reduced electricity rates. dead
HB2109 VIEW; substance abuse screening and assessment of public assistance applicants and recipients. dead
HB2110 Coal and Gas Road Improvement Fund; tax revenue used to construct, etc., natural gas service lines. signed by governor
HB2111 Coal; repeals an obsolete chapter that regulates surface mining. signed by governor
HB2112 Hunting; allowed on Sunday on state and federal military bases, etc. with approval of officer. dead
HB2113 Virginia Business Trust Act; modifies provisions. signed by governor
HB2114 State Inspector General; additional powers and duties, report. signed by governor
HB2115 Telephone carriers; intrastate switched access charges. signed by governor
HB2116 Commonwealth Transportation Board, Commissioner of Highways, etc.; powers and duties, report. signed by governor
HB2117 Foster care; time to conduct hearings, etc. signed by governor
HB2118 Insurance policies; required notice. signed by governor
HB2119 Early voting; registered, qualified voter may vote in person from 10 to three days before election. dead
HB2120 Physician, licensed, etc.; may perform procedure for physical evidence recovery kit examination. signed by governor
HB2121 Law-enforcement officers; grounds for decertification, DCJS authorized to waive requirements. signed by governor
HB2122 Incapacitated persons; photographs, x-rays, etc., may be taken as part of medical evaluation, etc. signed by governor
HB2123 Juvenile Justice, Board of; increases membership. signed by governor
HB2124 Following too closely; operator of any vehicle shall not get closer than is reasonable. dead
HB2125 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; requests for records. dead
HB2126 License plates, special; issuance of those commemorating America's buffalo soldiers. dead
HB2127 Virginia College Savings Plan, Board of; elected positions, technical amendments. signed by governor
HB2128 Virginia Public Procurement Act; small procurements. signed by governor
HB2129 Tolls; requires GA approval for tolling of any Interstate or state highway component. dead
HB2130 Nursing homes; implementation of voluntary electronic monitoring in residents' rooms. signed by governor
HB2131 Real property tax; modifies and clarifies special taxes that Fairfax County may impose. dead
HB2132 General Assembly; prohibits any committee from reporting bill containing new sales & use tax exempt. dead
HB2133 Employment discrimination; current employment status. dead
HB2134 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; state agencies to post schedule of costs for producing records. dead
HB2135 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; exclusions and prohibited practices. dead
HB2136 Methasterone and prostanozol; added to list of Schedule III controlled substances. signed by governor
HB2137 Local governments; environmental impact reports, prohibits purchase of certain deicing agents, etc. enacted
HB2138 Health Insurance Reform Commission; established, sunset provision, report. signed by governor
HB2139 State officers and employees; removal of certain officers from office. signed by governor
HB2140 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; fees charged by State Fire Marshal. dead
HB2141 Highway maintenance payments; increased by Commissioner where there are high traffic volumes. dead
HB2142 Farm wineries; locality may not regulate activities. dead
HB2143 Voting; handling of provisional ballot envelope information. signed by governor
HB2144 Standards of Quality; waivers from third grade Standards of Learning assessments in certain schools. signed by governor
HB2145 Virginia College Savings Plan; deposit of income tax refunds. signed by governor
HB2146 Virginia War Memorial; powers and duties of division of Department of Veterans Services. signed by governor
HB2147 Primaries; filings of primary candidate petitions with party chairman, etc. signed by governor
HB2148 Corrections, Department of; exchange of medical and mental health records, etc. signed by governor
HB2149 Freshwater fish; sale and purchase of those that are grown in aquaculture facility. dead
HB2150 Tax code, state; advances conformity with Internal Revenue Code. signed by governor
HB2151 Public schools; evaluation policies and grievance procedures. signed by governor
HB2152 Transportation district commissions; membership. signed by governor
HB2153 TANF; restrictions on use of cash benefits. dead
HB2154 Virginia Workforce Council; powers and duties, change in membership. signed by governor
HB2155 Insurance premiums license tax; technical corrections for administration. signed by governor
HB2156 Legislation; access to draft requests. dead
HB2157 Financial institutions; checks required to show date account was opened. signed by governor
HB2158 Officers of election; officers may be assigned to work in multiple precincts on election day. signed by governor
HB2159 Tuition, in-state; eligibility of student, approval for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. dead
HB2160 Virginia Workers' compensation; limitations period and balance billing. dead
HB2161 Nurses; authority to possess and administer oxygen to treat emergency medical conditions. signed by governor
HB2162 Money order sales and money transmission services; provisions. signed by governor
HB2163 Hospitals; design & construction standards for certain facilities in which abortions are performed. dead
HB2164 School divisions, local; unexpended or unencumbered local school and educational funds. dead
HB2165 Signs or advertising; civil penalties for placing within highway rights-of-way. dead
HB2166 Campaign finance; investment of campaign committee funds. dead
HB2167 Income tax, state; deductions for prepaid funeral, medical, and dental insurance premiums. signed by governor
HB2168 Virginia Retirement System; hybrid retirement program. dead
HB2169 Grievance procedure, local; removes requirement. in committee
HB2170 Public procurement; posting by local public bodies of procurement opportunities. incorporated
HB2171 School safety audits; school crisis, emergency management, and medical emergency response plans. dead
HB2172 Prince William County Metrorail Improvement District; created. dead
HB2173 Virginia Retirement System; retirees hired as school board security personnel. dead
HB2174 Workers' compensation; Commission may review any award of compensation, compensation benefits. signed by governor
HB2175 Veterans care center; construction in Northern Virginia. signed by governor
HB2176 Northampton County School Board; terms of members. signed by governor
HB2177 Counseling, Board of; qualification of members, etc. signed by governor
HB2178 Charitable gaming; authorizes network bingo. signed by governor
HB2179 Sources of revenue; establishing and adjusting for appropriations of State and its localities. dead
HB2180 Electric utilities; renewable energy portfolio standard program, eligible energy. signed by governor
HB2181 Medical equipment suppliers; delivery of sterile water and saline. signed by governor
HB2182 Hospitals; classification of certain facilities in which abortions are performed. dead
HB2183 Hospitals; classification of certain facilities in which abortions are performed. dead
HB2184 Hunting and fishing; authorizes Board of Game and Inland Fisheries to issue trip licenses. signed by governor
HB2185 Water supply impoundment facilities; creates an exemption to existing provision. dead
HB2186 Real property; authorizes VDOT to convey certain property controlled by Department in Albemarle Co. signed by governor
HB2187 Spousal support; termination upon cohabitation. dead
HB2188 Line of Duty Act; certain employees to make irrevocable election to self-fund benefits. dead
HB2189 Home care organizations; proof of initial reserve operating funds. signed by governor
HB2190 Stormwater management ordinances; requires localities to adopt more stringent requirements, etc. signed by governor
HB2191 Court-appointed guardians of incapacitated persons; annual report. signed by governor
HB2192 Court-appointed guardians of incapacitated persons; annual report. dead
HB2193 Child abuse investigations; employees of school divisions. signed by governor
HB2194 Capital outlay; establishes revised six-year plan for projects. signed by governor
HB2195 Insurance holding companies; applicability to certain plans. dead
HB2196 Tolls; Interstate Highway System components. dead
HB2197 Wills, trusts, powers of attorney, etc.; construction of use of old Code sections. signed by governor
HB2198 Commercial credit reporting; penalty for violations. dead
HB2199 Standards of Learning; Board of Education to promulgate regulations. dead
HB2200 Property Owners' Association Act; lot owner permitted to operate home-based business, etc. signed by governor
HB2201 Public school buildings; carbon monoxide detectors. dead
HB2202 Vehicle towing charges; increases maximum hookup and initial towing fee. signed by governor
HB2203 Solid waste disposal fee; Pittsylvania County may provide an exemption to certain veterans. signed by governor
HB2204 Polling places; location shall not be in public or private school building. dead
HB2205 Virginia Public Procurement Act; qualified Virginia businesses afforded opportunity to bid. dead
HB2206 Workers' compensation insurance; payments to providers of health care services. dead
HB2207 Firearms and firearms magazines, certain; unlawful to sell, import, etc., penalty. dead
HB2208 Candidates in elections; party nominating methods. dead
HB2209 Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board; powers and duties. signed by governor
HB2210 Virginia Public Procurement Act; procurement of professional services. dead
HB2211 Stalking; Class 6 felony for conviction of second offense within five years of prior conviction. enacted
HB2212 Women-owned and minority-owned businesses; enhancement measures. dead
HB2213 Candidate petitions; review of signatures, appeals. dead
HB2214 Licenses, restricted; issued when suspended for failure to pay fines and costs. dead
HB2215 Charles K. 'Pete' Estes Memorial Bridge; designating newly replaced U.S. Route 522 bridge. signed by governor
HB2216 Local boundaries for law-enforcement; organizing for purpose of 911 dispatch and response. signed by governor
HB2217 Pedestrians, etc; local government may adopt ordinances requiring to stop at marked crosswalks. signed by governor
HB2218 Condominium Act; convertible land. dead
HB2219 Cigarette taxes; certain bond or irrevocable letter of credit requirements. signed by governor
HB2220 Banister River; designates a portion of as a component of Virginia Scenic Rivers System. signed by governor
HB2221 Firearms; prohibiting selling, etc., to certain persons. dead
HB2222 Appraisal management companies; provision of appraisal services. signed by governor
HB2223 Private property rights; prevent infringement of under United Nations Agenda 21. dead
HB2224 Motor fuels tax; increases rate by $0.10 per gallon, revenue to be used for transportation. dead
HB2225 Hunting; allows any person to hunt on private lands on Sunday with permission of owner. dead
HB2226 Grass and weeds; adds Town of Cedar Bluff to list of localities. signed by governor
HB2227 Coal trucks; weight enforcement. dead
HB2228 Overweight vehicle permits; engineering analysis prior to issuance not to exceed three hours. signed by governor
HB2229 Detention & removal of citizen from State; SPS shall request notification within 24 hours. passed senate
HB2230 Higher Education, Virginia Commission on; composition of Board members. dead
HB2231 Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Fund; amount of financial assistance. signed by governor
HB2232 Problem Gambling Treatment Fund; established. dead
HB2233 Enterprise zones; expiration dates and renewal periods extended in certain counties and cities. dead
HB2234 Misdemeanors; expungement of cases deferred and dismissed. dead
HB2235 Firearms; increases penalties for use, display, or discharge during commission of certain felonies. passed senate
HB2236 RS&UT; exemption for separately charged amounts for labor, etc., on property sold or rented. signed by governor
HB2237 Voluntary regulatory self-assessments by banks; privilege. signed by governor
HB2238 Recorded plats & final site plans; plan shall be deemed final once it has been reviewed & approved. signed by governor
HB2239 Cash proffers; shall not be used for any capital improvement to an existing facility. signed by governor
HB2240 Criminal history record information checks, etc.; dissemination of information. dead
HB2241 Vacant building; adds Town of Clifton Forge to localities requiring building owner registration. signed by governor
HB2242 Animal abuser registration; penalties. dead
HB2243 Escort vehicle drivers; certification and regulation in State. signed by governor
HB2244 School Resource Officer Grants Program and Fund; proceeds may be disbursed to award matching grants. dead
HB2245 Virginia's Future, Council on; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
HB2246 Health benefit exchange; regulation of navigators, report. signed by governor
HB2247 Assault and battery; changes conditions for applying aggravated penalty. dead
HB2248 Money laundering; adds investigations of violations to multijurisdiction grand juries. signed by governor
HB2249 William and Mary, The College of; management agreement between the Commonwealth. signed by governor
HB2250 Underground Utility Damage Prevention Act; sanitary districts. dead
HB2251 Firearms; prohibition of sale, transfer, etc., of certain magazines, penalties. dead
HB2252 Virginia Children's Mental Health Commission; established, report. dead
HB2253 Transportation; makes several changes to state & local taxes & fees to acct. for & provide funding. incorporated
HB2254 Menhaden fish; allowable catch for those landed in State, report. Emergency. enacted
HB2255 Voter lists; State Board of Elections to update, etc, list of persons who voted at elections, etc. signed by governor
HB2256 Southwest Virginia Cultural Heritage Foundation; membership of board of trustees. Emergency. signed by governor
HB2257 Property Owners' Association Act; rule enforcement. dead
HB2258 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995, etc.; review of proposals. dead
HB2259 Retail Sales and Use Tax; development of regional impact. dead
HB2260 Charter; Town of Coeburn. signed by governor
HB2261 Investor-owned electric utilities; electric utility ratemaking. Emergency. signed by governor
HB2262 Nonprofit organizations; exemptions from regulations applicable to restaurants, etc. signed by governor
HB2263 Firearms and ammunition; temporary seizure, penalty. dead
HB2264 Early voting; anticipation of certain emergencies. dead
HB2265 Cash proffers; locality may waive certain written notice requirements to reduce outstanding payment. signed by governor
HB2266 Wiretapping; authorization for monitoring by sheriff's office. signed by governor
HB2267 Criminal activity proceeds; freeze of assets. dead
HB2268 Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of farm winery licensees. signed by governor
HB2269 Mandatory minimum sentences; terms of confinement or imprisonment to be served consecutively. enacted
HB2270 Social services, district board of; process for withdrawal by local governing body of county, etc. signed by governor
HB2271 Post-adoption services; DSS shall utilize all federal bonus payments to support. signed by governor
HB2272 Motor vehicle accident; satisfaction of judgments for damages, suspensions requested by creditor. signed by governor
HB2273 Enterprise Zone Grant Program; redesignation of certain joint enterprise zones. signed by governor
HB2274 Electric utility regulation; schedule for biennial reviews. Emergency. dead
HB2275 Condominium Act; expands respective declarant control period, warranty review committees. signed by governor
HB2276 Virginia Port Authority; reform by adding Chief Executive Officer to Board of Commissioners, etc. enacted
HB2277 School security officers; officers shall be retired law-enforcement officers. dead
HB2278 State Police, Department of; variable housing allowance. dead
HB2279 Children; placement of nonresident child in State residential facility. signed by governor
HB2280 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exempts records of disaster recovery plans, etc. signed by governor
HB2281 Firearms; failure to report those lost or stolen, penalty. dead
HB2282 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for removing barriers at places of public accommodation. dead
HB2283 Virginia Recreational Facilities Authority; designated as an agency in executive branch of state. dead
HB2284 Social Services, Commissioner of; submission of financial information, exemption from disclosure. stricken
HB2285 Alternative fuels; establishes tax rate for biodiesel fuel, etc., used in operating highway vehicle. dead
HB2286 Electronic textbooks; specifics for use in elementary and secondary schools, report. dead
HB2287 Mental health first aid training plan; local school board complete development of by July 1, 2014. dead
HB2288 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage licenses for certain properties in Wythe County. signed by governor
HB2289 Health insurance; credits for retired school division employees. dead
HB2290 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for hiring certain veterans with salary of $30,000. dead
HB2291 Local correctional facilities; proceeds from commissary. signed by governor
HB2292 Certificate of public need; clarifies when Commissioner of Health shall accept certain applications. signed by governor
HB2293 Bail; minimum financial conditions. dead
HB2294 Inmates; carnal knowledge, expansion to include defendants on bond, penalty is Class 1 misdemeanor. signed by governor
HB2295 Intergovernmental Affairs, Office of; duties of Assistant to Governor. dead
HB2296 Virginia Urban Best Management Practices Cost-Share Program Fund; established. dead
HB2297 Railroad right-of-way access; allocation of funds. dead
HB2298 Billboards; establishes conditions under which certain signs may be adjusted or relocated, etc. signed by governor
HB2299 Elections; sample ballots and other information to be available in languages other than English. dead
HB2300 Alcoholic beverage control; tied house exception. signed by governor
HB2301 Volunteer fire/EMS departments; localities may have ordinances that include billing property owners. signed by governor
HB2302 Electronic security sales representatives; shall possess valid registration issued by DCJS. passed committee
HB2303 Transient occupancy tax; Arlington County may impose additional tax. vetoed by governor
HB2304 Commercial use of seals of the Commonwealth; commemorative coins, recommendations. enacted
HB2305 Community associations; restrictions on solar panels. signed by governor
HB2306 Eminent domain; current assessed value of real property, tax assessments. enacted
HB2307 Income tax, state; individuals allowed to have their refunds mailed to their addresses. Emergency. dead
HB2308 Local correctional facilities; electronic visitation and messaging with prisoners. signed by governor
HB2309 Virginia Indoor Clean Air Act; prohibits smoking in health care facilities. dead
HB2310 Mountain ridge construction; locality to define height of tall buildings, etc.,for regulation. signed by governor
HB2311 Higher Education for Virginia, State Council of; expands purpose, increases membership, etc. signed by governor
HB2312 Pharmacies; clarifies definition of compounding, etc. enacted
HB2313 Revenues and appropriations of State; changes to revenues collected and distribution, report. enacted
HB2314 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: PEACE BEGINS AT HOME. dead
HB2315 Volunteer Rescue Squads, Va Association of; to submit an annual financial report on use of funds. signed by governor
HB2316 Virginia Public Procurement Act; multiple project contracts for architectural, etc., services. signed by governor
HB2317 Firearms; residency of armed forces members. signed by governor
HB2318 Charter; Town of Richlands. signed by governor
HB2319 Hampton Roads Sports Facility Authority; name change. dead
HB2320 Sports or entertainment arena; City of Virginia Beach may construct for professional sports teams. enacted
HB2321 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; State Corporation Commission subject to Act. dead
HB2322 Community Colleges, State Board for; Board shall develop mental health referral policies, etc. signed by governor
HB2323 Motor vehicles; locality may reasonably limit number of title loan businesses, payday lenders, etc. dead
HB2324 Inmates; Director of DOC to develop procedures to identify those eligible for medical assistance. dead
HB2325 Funeral services; adds to definition of next of kin. dead
HB2326 Regional strategic plans; preparation and adoption by planning district commission. signed by governor
HB2327 Handguns; prohibits individuals from purchasing more than one in 30-day period. dead
HB2328 Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, Department of; list of licensed providers on website. signed by governor
HB2329 Adoption; death of joint petitioner prior to entry of final order. dead
HB2330 Uranium; establishes process for DMME to issue permits for mining of uranium ore, report. dead
HB2331 Election laws; Attorney General shall have full authority to enforce laws or prosecute violations. enacted
HB2332 Tobacco products; abolishes 10% tax on distributor, etc., licensure of retailers dead
HB2333 Transportation; funding and administration. dead
HB2334 Solar-powered or wind-powered electricity generation facility; SCC to conduct pilot program, etc. signed by governor
HB2335 Transportation Revenue Fund; established, report. dead
HB2336 Foreclosure; use of false records, documents, or statements. dead
HB2337 Public schools; school crisis, emergency management, and medical emergency response plans. dead
HB2338 Criminal conviction; appeals to Court of Appeals, etc.,based on erroneously admitted evidence. signed by governor
HB2339 Character education program; Department of Education to develop curricular guidelines. dead
HB2340 Agency, political subdivision, etc., of VA; prevents assisting federal government in investigation. dead
HB2341 Voter registration; electronic transmission of information. signed by governor
HB2342 Criminal history record information check; concealed handgun permittees. dead
HB2343 Public school security equipment; issuance of bonds for purpose of grant payments. signed by governor
HB2344 School safety; threat assessment teams, model critical incident response training program, etc. signed by governor
HB2345 School Safety, Va. Center for; development of model critical incident response training program. signed by governor
HB2346 Lock-down drills; every public school is required to have at least two practices per year, etc. signed by governor
HB2347 Juvenile law-enforcement records; principal may provide information to threat assessment team, etc. enacted
HJ91 National Women's History Museum; Congress to support establishing in Washington, D.C. dead
HJ92 Value-added tax; memorializing members of Va. Delegation of Congress of United States to oppose. dead
HJ94 School prayer and prayer in public meetings, public voluntary; urges Congress to propose amendment. dead
HJ97 Regional higher education centers; SCHEV to study management and structure. dead
HJ124 Public Safety Memorial; requests Governor to include names of state and local parole officers, etc. dead
HJ148 Turkey, Government of; General Assembly to encourage to grant certain right to Ecumenical Patriarch. dead
HJ173 Eastern Virginia Medical School; SCHEV to study merging with Old Dominion University. dead
HJ226 Chincoteague, Town of; U.S. Department of Interior urged to oppose federal purchase of land. dead
HJ227 National energy policy; urging President of U.S. and Congress of U.S. to adopt. dead
HJ362 Commending CACI International Inc. on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. dead
HJ535 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of nonviolent felonies. dead
HJ536 Constitutional amendment; right to work (first reference). passed committee
HJ537 Constitutional amendment; powers of General Assembly, limitations (first reference). dead
HJ538 Celebrating the life of Ray Houser. passed senate
HJ539 Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, executive clemency (first reference). dead
HJ540 Commending the City of Staunton Department of Public Works. passed senate
HJ541 Celebrating the life of Dr. Patricia Holbert Menk. passed senate
HJ542 Constitutional amendment; limits on taxes and revenues, Revenue Stabilization Fund, taxpayer refund. dead
HJ543 Commending Randal E. Arno. passed senate
HJ544 Commending Smithfield Little Theatre. passed senate
HJ545 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Robert Lee Burruss, Sr. passed senate
HJ546 Commending Sue Forbes Watson. passed senate
HJ547 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of nonviolent felonies. dead
HJ548 Commending Delores Darden. passed senate
HJ549 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ550 Diwali Day; designating as last Saturday in October 2013, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ551 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly may exempt real property of spouses of soldiers killed. enacted
HJ552 K-9 Veterans Day; designating as March 13, 2013, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ553 Celebrating the life of William Francis Harris, Jr. in committee
HJ554 Celebrating the life of Dr. Richard L. Hoffman. passed senate
HJ555 Commending Dorothea McLaughlin. passed senate
HJ556 Celebrating the life of Ira L. Andrews III. passed senate
HJ557 Celebrating the life of William Stuart Crabtree, Jr. passed senate
HJ558 Commending Deborah Lane. passed senate
HJ559 Commending Billy Apperson. passed senate
HJ560 Commending Ebonee Sanders. passed senate
HJ561 Commemorating the 40th anniversary of Secretariat's Triple Crown triumph. passed senate
HJ562 Commending the Jamestown High School boys' soccer team. passed senate
HJ563 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of felonies. dead
HJ564 Constitutional amendment; powers of General Assembly, limitations (first reference). dead
HJ565 U.S. Constitution; application to Congress of United States to call an amendment convention. passed committee
HJ566 Commending the Fauquier High School Falcon Marching Band. passed senate
HJ567 VegWeek; designating as last full week in April 2013, and in each succeeding year thereafter. dead
HJ568 Commending Philip Watlington. passed senate
HJ569 General Assembly; establishing schedule for conduct of business. passed senate
HJ570 General Assembly; establishing prefiling schedule for 2014 Regular Session. passed senate
HJ571 JCHC; study of feasibility of developing program of trained primary care personnel. dead
HJ572 Commending Mount Airy Elementary School. passed senate
HJ573 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for nonprofit medical clinics serving indigent. dead
HJ574 Constitutional amendment; fundamental rights of parents (first reference). dead
HJ575 Commending World Pediatric Project. passed senate
HJ576 Street signs; joint subcommittee to study persons with disabilities signs. dead
HJ577 Celebrating the life of the Honorable William Creed Wampler, Sr passed senate
HJ578 Commending the Albemarle High School boys' soccer team. passed senate
HJ579 Commending Bon Secours Virginia Health System. passed senate
HJ580 Commending Kaitlin Eriksen. passed senate
HJ581 Commending the Mathews High School girls' volleyball team. passed senate
HJ582 Commending James Pavik, Jr. passed senate
HJ583 Commending Richard E. Sorensen. passed senate
HJ584 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds. incorporated
HJ585 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights (first reference). dead
HJ586 Agricultural and forestry products; weight limits on interstate highways. in committee
HJ587 Celebrating the life of Dr. Lucie Anne Pelletier. passed senate
HJ588 Celebrating the life of David R. Hensley, Jr. passed senate
HJ589 Commending Sheriff Elizabeth F. Arthur. passed senate
HJ590 Monetary unit based on metallic standard; joint subcommittee to study feasibility, etc. passed committee
HJ591 Celebrating the life of John Robert Slaughter, Sr. passed senate
HJ592 Celebrating the life of Benjamin Rice Lacy IV. passed senate
HJ593 Commending Robert M. Berry. passed senate
HJ594 Constitutional amendment; limit on appropriations (first reference). in committee
HJ595 Child sexual abuse, alleged; VSCC to study laws and policies governing investigation. passed senate
HJ596 Celebrating the life of William Lyle Pugh, Sr. passed senate
HJ597 Commending Callan Bentley. passed senate
HJ598 Public education; recognizing need to tackle problem of hunger in classroom. dead
HJ599 Commerce Clause of United States Constitution and Va's ability to regulate commerce; study. dead
HJ600 Commercial banking & investment banking; memorializing Congress enact legislation. dead
HJ601 Constitutional amendment; free elections, method of voting (first reference). dead
HJ602 Constitutional amendment; right to early childhood education (first reference). dead
HJ603 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain persons convicted of felonies. dead
HJ604 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Joseph William O'Brien, Jr. passed senate
HJ605 Celebrating the life of Aircrewman 1st Class Joseph Patrick Fitzmorris, United States Navy. passed senate
HJ606 Celebrating the life of William B. Poff. passed senate
HJ607 Parental rights and third-party custody and visitation awards; Bar Association to study current law. in committee
HJ608 Pakistan Independence Day; designates as August 14, in 2013 and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ609 Biosolids; DEQ to study substances contained in certain wastewater treatment facilities. dead
HJ610 Commending Greenwood Christian Academy. passed senate
HJ611 Constitutional amendment; right to a secret ballot (first reference). passed committee
HJ612 Commending the Rose Hill Veterinary Practice. passed senate
HJ613 Commending the Sitter and Barfoot Veterans Care Center. passed senate
HJ614 Commending Kathryn B. Galford. passed senate
HJ615 Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act; DCR to study feasibility of applying provisions to watershed area. dead
HJ616 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Willard Lincoln Lemmon. passed senate
HJ617 Rotary Day in Virginia; designates as June 1, in 2013 and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ618 Commending First Night Williamsburg. passed senate
HJ619 Early childhood programs, state-supported; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. dead
HJ620 Transportation programs; JLARC to study efficiency and sufficiency of funding in State. dead
HJ621 Port of Virginia; JLARC to study competitiveness, efficiency, and governance structure. passed senate
HJ622 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). in committee
HJ623 Commending the Virginia Education Association. passed senate
HJ624 Commending Arthur Nachman. passed senate
HJ625 Commending Service Source. passed senate
HJ626 Companion Animal Protection Day; designates as January 23, in 2013 in each succeeding year. dead
HJ627 Celebrating the life of Judy Ann Baughan Lankford. passed senate
HJ628 Celebrating the life of Anne Folkes Miller. passed senate
HJ629 Celebrating the life of Margaret W. Fisher. passed senate
HJ630 Commending Meg Tuccillo. passed senate
HJ631 Celebrating the life of Sydney Emmanuel Albrittain. passed senate
HJ632 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Marion Patton Echols, Jr. passed senate
HJ633 Commending the Special Olympics Virginia Area 28 soccer team. passed senate
HJ634 Commending Reston. passed senate
HJ635 Federal revenue; JLARC to study amount Virginia receives at state and local level annually. passed senate
HJ636 Commending Tonya Mallory. passed senate
HJ637 Commending School of Professional and Continuing Studies at the University of Richmond. passed senate
HJ638 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Henry Oscar Lampe. passed senate
HJ639 Celebrating the life of Edward Bernard Strait. passed senate
HJ640 Commending Walter L. Mess. passed senate
HJ641 Commending Benton Communications, Inc. passed senate
HJ642 Celebrating the life of the Reverend David Raymond Chew, Jr. passed senate
HJ643 Commending Ballard Fish and Oyster Co., Inc. passed senate
HJ644 Commending William Leslie Mariner. passed senate
HJ645 College campuses; higher educational institutions to heighten awareness of perils of alcohol abuse. in committee
HJ646 Food deserts; SHHR to explore and recommend strategies to eliminate in State. dead
HJ647 Celebrating the life of Antoinette Taylor Smith. passed senate
HJ648 Commending Commander R. Malcolm Fortson III, USN (Ret.). passed senate
HJ649 Commending The C.F. Sauer Company. passed senate
HJ650 Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s 'I Have a Dream' speech. passed senate
HJ651 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds. incorporated
HJ652 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds. incorporated
HJ653 U.S. Constitution; reaffirms Virginia's rights & rights of its citizens under 10th amend. in committee
HJ654 United Nations Agenda 21; General Assembly recognizes need to oppose. in committee
HJ655 Celebrating the life of Robert Ferrell Mothershead. passed senate
HJ656 Commending Dr. Billie M. Reed. passed senate
HJ657 Veteran population; Department of Veterans Services to study unmet needs. dead
HJ658 General Assembly; notifying Governor of organization. passed senate
HJ659 Constitutional amendment; registration of voters (first reference). dead
HJ660 Celebrating the life of Tazewell Ellett III. passed senate
HJ661 Celebrating the life of John Wesley Pearsall. passed senate
HJ662 Celebrating the life of Laila Wheary Pearsall. passed senate
HJ663 Constitutional amendment; Nonpartisan Redistricting Commission created (first reference). dead
HJ664 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain persons convicted of felonies. dead
HJ665 Constitutional amendment; repealing amendment dealing with marriage (first reference). dead
HJ666 State renewable energy utility; joint subcommittee to study feasibility of establishing. dead
HJ667 United States Constitution; General Assembly hereby ratifies and affirms Equal Rights Amendment. dead
HJ668 Constitutional amendment; registration of voters (first reference). incorporated
HJ669 Renewable energy; Commission on Electric Utility Regulation to study portfolio standard program. dead
HJ670 Governor; joint subcommittee to study appropriate balance of power to support two terms in State. dead
HJ671 Celebrating the life of Theresa Watson Johnson. passed senate
HJ672 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights (first reference). dead
HJ673 Celebrating the life of Larry A. Heaton. passed senate
HJ674 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights (first reference). dead
HJ675 Tolls; joint subcommittee to study how VA can mitigate impact on State's disadvantaged citizens. dead
HJ676 Standards of Learning; Board of Education to study alternatives to assessments. dead
HJ677 Constitutional amendment; limitation on debts (first reference). incorporated
HJ678 Constitutional amendment; legislative sessions, term of Governor (first reference). dead
HJ679 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ680 Commending Powell Valley National Bank. passed senate
HJ681 Commending Mountain States Health Alliance. passed senate
HJ682 Commending Stacy Ervin. passed senate
HJ683 Correctional officers; Workers' Compensation Commission to study occupational disease presumptions. dead
HJ684 Constitutional amendment; Board of Education authorized to establish charter schools. dead
HJ685 Standards of Quality; JLARC to study funding and teacher-student ratios. dead
HJ686 Commending Lonesome Pine Arts and Crafts, Incorporated. passed senate
HJ687 Health care; Joint Commission on Health Care to study factors affecting costs. passed senate
HJ688 Workforce Investment Act; JLARC to update its 2003 report on State's implementation. passed senate
HJ689 Medical doctors; Joint Commission on Health Care to study current and impending shortage in State. passed senate
HJ690 Gasoline; Congress of United States urged to repeal federal ethanol mandates. in committee
HJ691 Commending the cricket leagues of Virginia. passed senate
HJ692 Commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. passed senate
HJ693 Constitutional amendment; state school division for schools denied accreditation (first reference). dead
HJ694 Commending the Eastside High School softball team. passed senate
HJ695 Commending Rosemary Willis. passed senate
HJ696 Commending Dr. Russell E. Whitaker, Jr. passed senate
HJ697 Commending Lieutenant Colonel Richard C. Oertel, USA (Ret.). passed senate
HJ698 Commending the Brain Injury Association of Virginia. passed senate
HJ699 Commending William S. Feasenmyer, Jr. passed senate
HJ700 Celebrating the life of Nicholas J. Covatta, Jr. passed senate
HJ701 Celebrating the life of Robert Wayne Rice. passed senate
HJ702 Celebrating the life of Robert W. Farmer. passed senate
HJ703 Celebrating the life of Charles William Baltz, Jr. passed senate
HJ704 Commending Will Woodward. passed senate
HJ705 Commending the Reverend Robert Thompson. passed senate
HJ706 Commending the Honorable Karen A. Henenberg. passed senate
HJ707 Commending Greg Moffitt. passed senate
HJ708 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Constantine Nicholas Dombalis. passed senate
HJ709 Celebrating the life of the Most Reverend Walter F. Sullivan. passed senate
HJ710 Celebrating the life of Ranjit Kumar Sen. passed senate
HJ711 Commending the Goochland High School football team. passed senate
HJ712 Celebrating the life of Jean Miller Brundred Murray. passed senate
HJ713 Celebrating the life of Preston Alexander Coiner. passed senate
HJ714 Celebrating the life of William Henry Wood. passed senate
HJ715 Celebrating the life of Claude Dennis Cash. passed senate
HJ716 Commending Camden Dellinger. passed senate
HJ717 Commending the Western Albemarle High School boys' tennis team. passed senate
HJ718 Commemorating the life and legacy of Michael Wise. passed senate
HJ719 Celebrating the life of Roscoe Lee Timberlake. passed senate
HJ720 Commending the Lake Taylor High School football team. passed senate
HJ721 Constitutional amendment; restoration of voting rights. dead
HJ722 Celebrating the life of Andrew David Fox. passed senate
HJ723 Commending the Oakton High School football team. passed senate
HJ724 Hepatitis B Awareness Day; designating as May 19, 2013, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ725 Commending the Asian American Society of Central Virginia. passed senate
HJ726 Celebrating the life of Henry Snead Martin, Jr., D.D.S. passed senate
HJ727 Distracted Driving Awareness Month; designating as April 2013, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ728 Commending the Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia. passed senate
HJ729 Judges; election in circuit court, general district court, etc. passed senate
HJ730 Child sexual abuse; Virginia State Crime Commission to study laws, etc., governing investigation. dead
HJ731 National Wear Red Day; designating as February 1, 2013, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ732 Federal Bureau of Investigation; consideration of site for new headquarters. in committee
HJ733 Commending J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College. passed senate
HJ734 Celebrating the life of the Honorable John Harvey Tate, Jr. passed senate
HJ735 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Richard Leland Fisher. passed senate
HJ736 Commending the General Society of the Sons of the Revolution. passed senate
HJ737 Commending the King George Ruritan Club. passed senate
HJ738 Commending Fred S. Crittenden. passed senate
HJ739 Commending Dr. Hugh M. Bryan III, M.D. passed senate
HJ740 Commending West Point High School. passed senate
HJ741 Celebrating the life of Rene Raymond Dufour. passed senate
HJ742 Celebrating the life of the Honorable William B. Hopkins, Sr. passed senate
HJ743 Commending the Virginia Mentoring Partnership. passed senate
HJ744 United Cherokee Indian Tribe of Virginia, Incorporated; State Recognition. in committee
HJ745 FOIA; Council to study whether Act should be amended. dead
HJ746 Commending Korean American veterans of the Vietnam War. passed senate
HJ747 Commending the George Wythe High School football team. passed senate
HJ748 Commending Horace E. Meyers. passed senate
HJ749 Commending Gerald P. McCarthy. passed senate
HJ750 Commending the Lloyd C. Bird High School football team. passed senate
HJ751 Celebrating the life of David Paul Karnes. passed senate
HJ752 Commending the Gloucester Rotary Club. passed senate
HJ753 Transportation-related facilities; Joint Commission on Transportation Accountability to study use. dead
HJ754 Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation; to assist in planning 400th anniversary of landmark events. passed senate
HJ755 Tax restructuring; elimination of BPOL, Machinery and Tool, etc., Taxes. in committee
HJ756 Celebrating the life of Betty A. Thompson. passed senate
HJ757 Commending the Northampton County Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. passed senate
HJ758 Urban Agriculture Month; designating as October 2013, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ759 Commending Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., on its centennial anniversary. passed senate
HJ760 Commending Steven Allan Spielberg. passed senate
HJ761 Commending Sisters Network, Inc., for its breast cancer awareness and prevention advocacy. passed senate
HJ762 Breast cancer awareness and prevention; local health departments to provide detailed report. passed senate
HJ763 Commending the Town of Gordonsville. passed senate
HJ764 Commending the Virginia Capitol Foundation. passed senate
HJ765 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Gregory Todd Copes. passed senate
HJ766 Commending Adele Lebowitz. passed senate
HJ767 Commending the March of Dimes. passed senate
HJ768 Coal Miners Day; designating as April 13, 2013, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ769 Commending William B. Holtzman. passed senate
HJ770 Celebrating the life of George Reid Swecker. passed senate
HJ771 Commending Danny Joyce. passed senate
HJ772 Commending the Rapidan Volunteer Fire Department. passed senate
HJ773 Commending Augusta Health. passed senate
HJ774 Commending the Honorable Humes J. Franklin, Jr. passed senate
HJ775 Celebrating the life of Leeser Boone Howell. passed senate
HJ776 Commending Francena McCorory. passed senate
HJ777 Commending Keep Virginia Beautiful. passed senate
HJ778 Commending J. R. Burgess. passed senate
HJ779 Commending The Central Virginian. passed senate
HJ780 Celebrating the life of Robert H. Haskell III. passed senate
HJ781 Celebrating the life of Roger Lee Cook. passed senate
HJ782 Commending Thomas Wayne Fore. passed senate
HJ783 Commending Haney Mottley. passed senate
HJ784 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Aaron Xavier Wittman. passed senate
HJ785 Celebrating the life of John White Campbell, M.D. passed senate
HJ786 Commending Heather Griles. dead
HJ787 Commending the Hanover County Sheriff's Office. passed senate
HJ788 Commending Virginia FREE. passed senate
HJ789 Celebrating the life of Ruby Ethel Giles Turner. passed senate
HJ790 Commending the Richmond Chapter of the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities. passed senate
HJ791 Commending the School of the Performing Arts in the Richmond Community. passed senate
HJ792 Commending Stratford Landing Elementary School. passed senate
HJ793 Commending the Honorable William D. Heatwole. passed senate
HJ794 Commending John Horejsi. passed senate
HJ795 Commending Amanda Andere. passed senate
HJ796 Commending the YMCA Fairfax County-Reston. passed senate
HJ797 Commending Mayflowers. passed senate
HJ798 Commending John Marshall Bank. passed senate
HJ799 Commending the Auburn High School girls' 92 volleyball team. passed senate
HJ800 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Andrew Dow Owens. passed senate
HJ801 Celebrating the life of Disamodha Chandrakirthi Amarasinghe, M.D. passed senate
HJ802 Commending the voters of Goochland County. in committee
HJ803 Commending Luck Companies. passed senate
HJ804 Commending Nancy Davenport-Ennis. passed senate
HJ805 Commending Jessie Thackrey. passed senate
HJ806 Commending PRS. passed senate
HJ807 Commending the William and Mary ice hockey team. passed senate
HJ808 Commending the Town of Blackstone. passed senate
HJ809 Commending Lee Sherbeyn. passed senate
HJ810 Celebrating the life of John H. Smedley, Sr. passed senate
HJ811 Commending Ralph R. White, Jr. passed senate
HJ812 Celebrating the life of Robert Hobson Patterson, Jr. passed senate
HJ813 Commending the Newport News Fire Department Bomb Squad. passed senate
HJ814 Commending the Heritage High School Governor's STEM Academy. passed senate
HJ815 Commending Robert Criner. passed senate
HJ816 Commending Christian Leonard. passed senate
HJ817 Commending Walter Segaloff. passed senate
HJ818 Commending Warwick River Christian School. passed senate
HJ819 Commending Sam C. Canavos. passed senate
HJ820 Commemorating the life and legacy of Captain Michael Dermott Mullan. passed senate
HJ821 Commending the Virginia Bankers Association Education Foundation. passed senate
HJ822 Commending South River Elementary School. passed senate
HJ823 Barbershop Harmony Week; designating as first full week in April 2013, and each succeeding year. passed senate
HJ824 Commending The Montpelier Foundation. passed senate
HJ825 Commending Charles Robert Compton, Jr. passed senate
HJ826 Commending the Virginia Councils of the Boy Scouts of America. passed senate
HJ827 Commending Stan Smith. passed senate
HJ828 Celebrating the life of Gwyneth Griffin. passed senate
HJ829 Commending Russell County Public Schools. passed senate
HJ830 McDonnell, Robert F.; establishing a committee for purpose of commissioning a portrait. passed senate
HJ831 Joint Rules Committee and the Speaker of House of Delegates; confirming appointments. passed senate
HJ832 Celebrating the life of Debra Elaine Roberts. passed senate
HJ833 Celebrating the life of Mary Louise Williams McGlothlin. passed senate
HJ834 Celebrating the life of Richard Louis Storch. passed senate
HJ835 Celebrating the life of George L. Barton IV. passed senate
HJ836 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Steven Michael Cassada. passed senate
HJ837 Celebrating the life of John Tyrone Hairston. passed senate
HJ838 Celebrating the life of Agnes Wolf. passed senate
HJ839 Commending the Town of Crewe. passed senate
HJ840 Celebrating the life of Virginia R. Armstrong. passed senate
HJ841 Celebrating the life of James Franklin Hope, Sr. passed senate
HJ842 Celebrating the life of Rhys Tyler Ritter. passed senate
HJ843 Celebrating the life of Sergeant David James Chambers. passed senate
HJ844 Commending the State of Israel. passed senate
HJ845 Commending H. L. Myers. passed senate
HJ846 Commending Raymond Shelton. passed senate
HJ847 Commending Dr. Marshall W. Smith. passed senate
HJ848 Celebrating the life of Murray J. Janus. passed senate
HJ849 Celebrating the life of Charles Taft Peters, Jr. passed senate
HJ850 Celebrating the life of Charles D. McGuire. passed senate
HJ851 Commending Green Run High School. passed senate
HJ852 Commending Landstown High School. passed senate
HJ853 Commending Salem High School. passed senate
HJ854 Commending Paula Johnson. passed senate
HJ855 Celebrating the life of Luther Everette Welch. passed senate
HJ856 Celebrating the life of William A. Hazel. passed senate
HJ857 Commending the Jefferson School City Center. passed senate
HJ858 Celebrating the life of Joe L. Allbritton. passed senate
HJ859 Commending the Briar Woods High School football team. passed senate
HJ860 Commending the Unison Preservation Society. passed senate
HJ861 Celebrating the life of Donald Neff Rose, Sr. passed senate
HJ862 Celebrating the life of Robyn Dobson Yovanovich. passed senate
HJ863 Commending Wyatt Teller. passed senate
HJ864 Commending Jacob Parker Bailey. passed senate
HJ865 Celebrating the life of James L. Jenkins. passed senate
HJ866 Commending the Science Museum of Virginia. passed senate
HJ867 Commending the Handley Regional Library. passed senate
HJ868 Child Identification Program Day; designating as May 25, 2013, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ869 Commending ChildFund International. passed senate
HJ870 Commending Michael J. Fosbre. passed senate
HJ871 Celebrating the life of Rafael Fernando Madan, KHS, D.D.S. passed senate
HJ872 Commending Ebenezer Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ873 Commending the Honorable Stewart P. Davis. passed senate
HJ874 Commending the Honorable Leslie M. Alden. passed senate
HJ875 Commending the Honorable Marcus D. Williams. passed senate
HJ876 Commending the Alice Ferguson Foundation. passed senate
HJ877 Commending Gum Springs. passed senate
HJ878 Commending Bethlehem Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ879 Celebrating the life of John Merriman Lohr. passed senate
HJ880 Commending Green Valley Pharmacy. passed senate
HJ881 Commending Walter Tejada. introduced
HJ882 Commending Wakefield High School. passed senate
HJ883 Commending Dr. Emma Violand-Sanchez. introduced
HJ884 Commending Bessie Ann Morefield. passed senate
HJ885 Celebrating the life of George Montgomery Van Sant. passed senate
HJ886 Commending the Salem High School boys' golf team. passed senate
HJ887 Commending the Christiansburg High School boys' basketball team. passed senate
HJ888 Commending the Madison County Rescue Squad. passed senate
HJ889 Commending Marjorie Lamar. passed senate
HJ890 Commending Paul Coates. passed senate
HJ891 Commending Lynn A. Beebe. passed senate
HJ892 Celebrating the life of Ramez Said Azoury, M.D. passed senate
HJ893 Commending Appalachian Sustainable Development. passed senate
HJ894 Commending the Leesburg Volunteer Fire Company. passed senate
HJ895 Commending Taylor Justice. passed senate
HJ896 Commending Nick Link. passed senate
HJ897 Commending the Blacksburg High School boys' cross country team. passed senate
HJ898 Commending the Blacksburg High girls' cross country team. passed senate
HJ899 Commending Carolyn Bethel. passed senate
HJ900 Celebrating the life Timothy Lewis Worrell. passed senate
HJ901 Commending the Salem Rescue Squad. passed senate
HJ902 Commending Captain Florent Groberg. passed senate
HJ903 Commending the Occoquan-Woodbridge-Lorton Volunteer Fire Department. passed senate
HJ904 Celebrating the Life of Robert K. Lehto. passed senate
HJ905 Celebrating the life of Emma Lorraine Musselman. passed senate
HJ906 Commending the Pi Lambda Lambda Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. passed senate
HJ907 Celebrating the life of Thomas Cole Stone Ryan. passed senate
HJ908 Commending the Honorable Junius P. Warren. passed senate
HJ909 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). passed committee
HJ910 Richmond Ballet, The State Ballet of VA, Leap Week; designating as third full week in March 2013. dead
HJ911 Commending the Augusta Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol. passed senate
HJ912 Commending A. C. Powers. passed senate
HJ913 Commending Tricia Ross. passed senate
HJ914 Commending Rochelle Evans. passed senate
HJ915 Commending Yates Elementary School. passed senate
HJ916 Commending the Virginia National Guard. passed senate
HJ917 Commending Glenda Boswell. passed senate
HJ918 Celebrating the life of A. Calvin Neal. passed senate
HJ919 Commending God's Storehouse. passed senate
HJ920 Celebrating the life of James Stephen Harr. passed senate
HJ921 Celebrating the life of Susan Lucinda Morgan Armstrong. passed senate
HJ922 Celebrating the life of Ralph Michael Della Ratta. passed senate
HJ923 Commending Sherman Saunders. passed senate
HJ924 Commending Dr. Berkley Carlyle Ramsey. passed senate
HJ925 General Assembly; extends deadline for first conference on revenue bills. passed senate
HJ926 Commending Houff Transfer, Inc. passed senate
HJ927 Commending Michael Suttle III. passed senate
HJ928 Commending Dr. Sue B. Davis. passed senate
HJ929 Commending Orion Dunbar. passed senate
HJ930 Commending the Fauquier County Sheriff's Office. passed senate
HJ931 Commending James P. Fisher. introduced
HJ932 Commending Harry Thomas Kolendrianos. passed senate
HJ933 Commending Susan E. Mittereder. passed senate
HJ934 Commending the Intertribal Women's Circle. passed senate
HJ935 Celebrating the life of Ralph Benjamin Summerlin, Jr. passed senate
HJ936 Commending Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment. passed senate
HJ937 Commending Camp Diva's 'Date with Dad.' passed senate
HJ938 Celebrating the life of Charles Taft Peters, Jr. passed senate
HJ939 Commending Dr. William H. Joyner. passed senate
HJ940 Celebrating the life of Samuel Francis Lillard. passed senate
HJ941 Celebrating the life of William H. Mastbrook. passed senate
HJ942 Celebrating the life of Mohammad Mehboob. passed senate
HJ943 Commending the Old Bridge Observer. passed senate
HJ944 Commending Christ Church Episcopal. passed senate
HJ945 Celebrating the life of Baxley Trower Tankard. passed senate
HJ946 Celebrating the life of Rodney James Fallon. passed senate
HJ947 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Robert Loren Thoburn. passed senate
HJ948 Commending Ronald McCormack. passed senate
HJ949 Commending Carter Catlett Williams. passed senate
HJ950 Commending Washington Mill Elementary School. passed senate
HJ951 Commending the Temple Christian School girls' softball team. passed senate
HJ952 Commending Bath County High School. passed senate
HJ953 Commending Alfred Rose. passed senate
HJ954 Commending John C. Jamison. passed senate
HJ955 Commending Williamsburg Regional Library. passed senate
HJ956 Commending the Hunter Smith Family Foundation. passed senate
HJ957 Commending Vangelis Dimopoulos. passed senate
HJ958 Commending Dona Dei. passed senate
HJ959 Celebrating the life of Daniel John Meador. passed senate
HJ960 Celebrating the life of David Lee Arnold. passed senate
HJ961 Commending Donald G. Harper. passed senate
HJ962 Commending the Virginia Housing Development Authority. passed senate
HJ963 Celebrating the life of Mohammad Taib. passed senate
HJ964 Commending the Reverend Dr. Earl M. Brown. passed senate
HJ965 Commending Daniel F. Meier. passed senate
HJ966 Commending Mosby Woods Elementary School. passed senate
HJ967 Celebrating the life of Major General Carroll Thackston, USA (Ret.). passed senate
HJ968 Commending the Atlantic Coast Conference. passed senate
HJ969 Commending the Lynch family. passed senate
HJ970 General Assembly; 2013 procedural resolution. passed senate
HJ971 Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; election of member. passed senate
HJ972 General Assembly; 2013 procedural resolution. passed senate
HJ973 General Assembly; 2013 procedural resolution. passed senate
HJ974 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Clifton Alexander Woodrum III. passed senate
HJ975 Joint Rules Committee; confirming appointments. passed senate
HJ976 General Assembly; applies to Governor to call a special session for election of judges, etc. passed senate
HJ977 General Assembly; adjournment sine die. passed senate
HJ978 General Assembly; adjournment sine die. passed senate
HJ5012 Commending the Western Albemarle High School girls' swim and dive team. introduced
HR83 Celebrating the life of Landon White Trigg. passed house
HR84 Commending the Roanoke Catholic High School girls' volleyball team. passed house
HR85 Commending the Galax High School baseball team. passed house
HR86 Celebrating the life of Ralph E. McCray. passed house
HR87 Commending Glade Spring Middle School. passed house
HR88 Celebrating the life of John Bassett Vaughan. passed house
HR89 Celebrating the life of Merle Martin Warren Dickert. passed house
HR90 Commending Andrew Dalton Rhinehart. passed house
HR91 Commending Justin Grimm. passed house
HR92 Commending Emma Buchanan. passed house
HR93 Celebrating the life of Godfrey Morris Curd. passed house
HR94 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel Bill Rhea Starnes. passed house
HR95 Celebrating the life of Julia Marie Ferguson Cecil. passed house
HR96 Celebrating the life of Virginia Wright Fields. passed house
HR97 Celebrating the life of John Wesley Holmes. passed house
HR98 Celebrating the life of Stella Mae Smith Lowe. passed house
HR99 Commending the Southampton Academy football team. passed house
HR100 Commending Carita J. Richardson. passed house
HR101 Commending Cathal Armstrong. passed house
HR102 Celebrating the life of Harry Cecil Curtis, Jr. passed house
HR103 Celebrating the life of Audrey Louise McCray Wheaton. passed house
HR104 Commending Taylor Elizabeth Hogge. passed house
HR105 Commending New Branch Baptist Church. passed house
HR106 Celebrating the life of Ruth Jerauld Hill Goodpasture. passed house
HR107 Celebrating the life of Dorothy Lee Reavis Belton. passed house
HR108 Celebrating the life of James Berry Ashwell. passed house
HR109 House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed house
HR110 Commending the Town of Smithfield. passed house
HR111 Commending the 2013 inductees into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame. passed house
HR112 Celebrating the life of Elmore Whitehurst. passed house
HR113 Celebrating the life of Chief Oscar C. Watson. passed house
HR114 Commending Suzanne M. Sherman. passed house
HR115 Commending the Bridging Communities Regional Career and Technical Center. passed house
HR116 Commending Richmond Hill. passed house
HR117 Commending Bernard M. Fagelson. passed house
HR118 Celebrating the life of Gail Ann Goodridge. passed house
HR119 Commending William Lee Owen. passed house
HR120 Commending Olivia Wilson. passed house
HR121 Memorializing James Ewell Brown Stuart. passed house
HR122 Commending Chris Nalley. passed house
HR123 Celebrating the life of Chris Yung. passed house
HR124 Commending Dr. Margaret S. Meara. passed house
HR125 Judges; nomination for election to circuit court. passed house
HR126 Judges; nomination for election to general district court. passed house
HR127 Judges; nomination for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR128 Auditor of Public Accounts; nomination for election. passed house
HR129 Medical assistance services; Governor to work together with General Assembly to extend program. dead
HR130 Tolls; General Assembly to recognize need for mitigation measures for disadvantaged populations. dead
HR131 Commending the Dublin Volunteer Fire Department. passed house
HR132 Commending Grant Bradley. passed house
HR133 Commending the Paul Harris family. passed house
HR134 Celebrating the life of V. M. Annas. passed house
HR135 Celebrating the life of John Bayard Buck. passed house
HR136 Commending Carley Shannon. passed house
HR137 Commending Tara Zimak. passed house
HR138 Commending Kurtis Steck. passed house
HR139 Commending the Herndon High School co-ed cheer team. passed house
HR140 Celebrating the life of Eugenia Weisman Evans. passed house
HR141 Celebrating the life of John Stewart Bottum. passed house
HR142 Commending the Vinton Host Lions Club. passed house
HR143 Commending John Henry. passed house
HR144 Commending Debra Graves. passed house
HR145 Commending Sam Kitson. passed house
HR146 Celebrating the life of Martha Allston Wildhack. passed house
HR147 Celebrating the life of Raymond Wilson Tolleson. passed house
HR148 Celebrating the life of Richard Watkins Wiltshire. passed house
HR149 Commending Casey O'Neil. passed house
HR150 Commending John Marshall Library. passed house
HR151 Celebrating the life of Jackson Newbill Miller. passed house
HR152 Commending Stephanie Copeland. passed house
HR153 Commending Hollin Hall Senior Center. passed house
HR154 Commending the Urban League of Greater Richmond Young Professionals Network. passed house
HR155 Commending the Mills E. Godwin High School golf team. passed house
HR156 Commending Saint Matthew's Baptist Church. passed house
HR157 Celebrating the life of Tucker Carrington Watkins IV. passed house
HR158 Celebrating the life of Doris Yvette Bouldin Bland. passed house
HR159 Celebrating the life of Jack Williams Webb, Sr. passed house
HR160 Commending Big Brothers Big Sisters of Winchester, Frederick passed house
HR161 Commending Michael Schiavo. passed house
HR162 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Lynne J. Bradley. passed house
HR163 Commending Malcolm Anthony Shaw. passed house
HR164 Commending Alvin Queen, Jr. passed house
HR165 Commending the George Mason University School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution. passed house
HR166 Commending Long Branch Nature Center. passed house
HR167 U.S. Dept. of Justice White Paper; Congress urged to examine basis for Executive Branch's assertion. dead
HR168 Commending BAPS Swaminarayan Mandir. passed house
HR169 Commending ikPunjabi. passed house
HR170 Celebrating the life of Anthony David Blankley. passed house
HR171 Commending Friends of Guest House, Inc. passed house
HR172 Commending W. T. Woodson High School. passed house
HR173 Commending Megan Beatty Gaeta. passed house
HR174 Commending the Lake Braddock High School baseball team. passed house
HR175 Commending the Lake Braddock High School girls' cross country team. passed house
HR176 Commending the Loudoun School for the Gifted. passed house
HR177 Commending Pat Boone. passed house
HR178 Commending County Christian School. passed house
HR179 Commending Loudoun-Dulles Lodge 69 of the Fraternal Order of Police. passed house
HR180 Commending Virginia Academy. passed house
HR181 Commending the Sterling Volunteer Fire Company. passed house
HR182 Commending Stone Ridge. passed house
HR183 Commending Dominion Valley. passed house
HR184 Commending Brambleton. passed house
HR185 Commending Sergeant Eric Shelvy. passed house
HR186 Commending Gary and Diane Heavin. passed house
HR187 Commending the Bahá'í Center of Loudoun County. passed house
HR188 Commending South Riding. passed house
HR189 Commending Little Bethel Baptist Church. passed house
HR190 Celebrating the life of Ida Mabel Bright. passed house
HR191 Commending Robert T. Skunda. passed house
HR192 Commending Martha Rollins. passed house
HR193 Commending Julia Krebs. passed house
HR194 Commending Sue Finken. passed house
HR195 Commending Paula Batt. passed house
HR196 Commending the Organization of Korean American Women, Inc. passed house
HR197 Commending John Champe High School. passed house
HR198 Commending the Cathedral of Saint Thomas More. passed house
HR199 Commending Raj Khalsa Gurdwara. passed house
HR200 Commending the Greater Washington Telugu Cultural Sangam. passed house
HR201 Commending the Virginia Tamil Academy. passed house
HR202 Commending the Telugu Association of North America. passed house
HR203 Commending the Hindu Temple of Virginia. passed house
HR204 Commending the Vedic Temple of Virginia. passed house
HR205 Celebrating the life of Maria Elena Carucci Turano. passed house
HR206 Commending the Rappahannock Choral Society. passed house
HR207 Commending the voters of Goochland County. passed house
HR208 Celebrating the life of Dawn Lawson. passed house
HR209 Commending the Lake Braddock Secondary School Counseling Services. passed house
HR210 Commending the Christiansburg High School wrestling team. passed house
HR211 Commending the Hidden Valley High School boys' swim and dive team. passed house
HR212 Commending Don and Norma Pierce. passed house
HR213 Commending Regency at Dominion Valley. passed house
HR214 Commending Manuel Rios and the Midlothian Middle School passed house
HR215 Commending Crestwood Elementary School. passed house
HR216 Commending the Korean American Foundation of the United States of America; 110th anniversary. passed house
HR217 Commending Colin Powell Elementary School. passed house
HR218 Commending the Richmond Ballet, The State Ballet of Virginia. passed house
HR219 Commending the Fauquier County Commonwealth's Attorney's Office. passed house
HR220 Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed house
HR221 Celebrating the life of William Joseph Connelly. passed house
HR222 Celebrating the life of Joseph Brent Freeman. passed house
HR223 Celebrating the life of Betty Jane Varner. passed house
HR224 Commending Charlie Hill. passed house
HR225 Commending Golden Bethune-Hill. passed house
HR226 Celebrating the life of Dallas Winfield Gallop. passed house
HR227 Celebrating the life of Stewart Howard Alston. passed house
HR228 Commending the Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce. passed house
HR229 Commending Lela Babb Burden. passed house
HR230 Commending Gabriella Miller. passed house
HR231 Commending the West Springfield High School drama team. passed house
HR232 Commending Richard B. Byrd. passed house
HR233 Commending Percy Conway Nowlin III. passed house
HR234 Commending Stuart L. Hall. passed house
HR235 Celebrating the life of Brigadier General Earl C. Acuff, USA (Ret). passed house
HR236 Celebrating the life of Hurley Merritt Holloway. passed house
HR237 Celebrating the life of Dorothy M. Riddick. passed house
HR238 Celebrating the life of Gertrude Alethia Abbott. passed house
# Title Status
SB6 VIEW; substance abuse screening and assessment of public assistance applicants and recipients. dead
SB18 Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Compact; removes authorization for State's membership. dead
SB21 Rape; person who has sexual intercourse with complaining witness accomplished by coercion. dead
SB24 Welfare and other entitlement fraud; penalties. dead
SB25 Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; appointment of Director. dead
SB27 License plates; display of single plate on registered vehicles. dead
SB38 Life, Accident, and Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association; guidelines for use of logo. dead
SB61 Income tax, corporate; lower rate for certain businesses. dead
SB68 Income tax, corporate; creates industrial building rehabilitation tax credit. dead
SB70 Retail Sales and Use Tax; two-year sales tax moratorium for construction materials & supplies. dead
SB71 Larceny; court may require accused to undergo an assessment and enter treatment program, etc. dead
SB82 Absentee voting; military and overseas voters. dead
SB88 Driver's licenses; requires DMV send initial notice of suspension or revocation by certified mail. dead
SB90 Private security services; allows those out-of-state to contract with those licensed in State. dead
SB92 Nursing homes; involuntary discharge notification. dead
SB93 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing word: RESTON! and legend: LIVE WORK PLAY. dead
SB96 Unlawful photographs or video; Class 6 felony for a person to publish on Internet, penalty. dead
SB97 Barrier crimes; clarifies individual crimes included in background check and barrier crime statutes. dead
SB108 Power of attorney; embezzlement by agent, penalty. dead
SB114 Retail Sales and Use Tax; adds veterans organizations to nonprofit entities that qualify. dead
SB118 Virginia Public School Improvement Program; established. dead
SB129 State mandates on localities; Governor to temporarily suspend certain unfunded. dead
SB137 Gunston Hall; administrative head is appointed by Governor, report. dead
SB139 County precincts; separate precinct for certain towns. dead
SB161 Transportation Board; increases number of membership. dead
SB168 Public schools; closed-circuit cameras prohibited for purpose of monitoring student conduct. dead
SB172 Poker; definition of illegal gambling and charitable gaming, etc. dead
SB175 Postrelease supervision of felons; amends provisions. dead
SB176 Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; removes jurisdiction to enforce fishing and boating laws. dead
SB178 Satellite office expenses tax credit; creates a $250,000 tax credit for certain businesses. dead
SB181 Retail Sales and Use Tax; use tax be reported annually. dead
SB184 Interpreters; cost shall be borne by non-English-speaking defendant if he is convicted of offense. dead
SB194 Virginia War Memorial; memorialization of fallen Virginian, Governor may establish certain criteria. dead
SB196 Fairfax County Parkway; requires CTB to transfer to state primary highway system. dead
SB199 Pedestrians; requires vehicle drivers to stop at marked crosswalks, etc. dead
SB202 Fox and coyote penning; Class 1 misdemeanor for purpose of hunting or killing with dogs. dead
SB203 Adjudication of certain crimes; penalty. dead
SB207 Elections; extension of polling hours. dead
SB211 Comptroller; assignment of general fund balance remaining at year end. dead
SB213 Highway maintenance; allocation of funds by CTB for maintenance of assets within Interstate System. dead
SB214 Breach of medical information; notification. dead
SB216 Retirement System; law-enforcement officer retirees hired as school board security personnel. dead
SB218 Parental rights; procedure for restoration, child to consent to restoration of rights. dead
SB220 General fund; assignment of year-end surplus. dead
SB224 Assault and battery; Class 1 misdemeanor against a family or household member. dead
SB225 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: PEACE BEGINS AT HOME. dead
SB247 Child support; DCE to withhold payments from prisoners who maintain job within Department. dead
SB258 Minority Business Enterprises, Department of; changes definition of small business. dead
SB268 Virginia Racing Commission; authorizes wagering on historical horse racing & allocation of proceeds. dead
SB269 Physical education, high school; JROTC participation fulfills requirement. dead
SB272 General Assembly; consideration of certain documents related to budget bill. dead
SB277 Abortion, forced or coerced; prohibited, penalty. dead
SB281 Elections; persons entitled to place on ballot when in compliance with campaign finance disclosure. dead
SB290 Geriatric prisoners; removes petition requirement for Parole Board to consider conditional release. dead
SB304 License plates; display of a single plate on registered vehicles. dead
SB311 Charter; City of Franklin. dead
SB312 Four-for-Life; substantive review. dead
SB313 Surgical assistants and surgical technologists; licensure and certification by Board of Medicine. dead
SB320 Prescription Monitoring Program; required checks prior to dispensing certain controlled substances. dead
SB324 Limitation on Administrative Actions Relating to Firearms Act; established. dead
SB327 Workers' compensation; presumptions, members of enforcement division of DMV. dead
SB331 Law enforcement officers; early retirement. dead
SB333 Mopeds; prohibited on highways with speed limits in excess of 35 miles per hour. dead
SB334 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of NASCAR. dead
SB336 All-terrain and utility vehicles; expands definition. dead
SB339 Advertising & advertisements; allows running animation on structures. dead
SB341 Income tax, state; increases long-term care insurance credit. dead
SB342 Dental laboratories; register with Board of Dentistry. dead
SB357 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; adds conservation officers of DCR as members. dead
SB358 Mobile infrared transmitters; local governments by ordinance to permit use by fire-fighting vehicle. dead
SB372 Community Colleges, State Board for; development of mental health services. dead
SB376 Shared work programs; established, report. dead
SB377 Construction projects using public funds; iron, steel, manufactured goods must be produced in USA. dead
SB388 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: IN REMEMBRANCE, APRIL 16, 2007. dead
SB390 Juvenile life sentences; proceding for sentence modification. dead
SB392 Transportation Board; increases number of membership. dead
SB399 Deaf and hard-of-hearing children; special education. dead
SB402 Nutrient Offset Fund; priority for funding for certain facilities. dead
SB403 Land preservation tax credit; increased for working farmers. dead
SB410 Wetlands and streams; water protection permits, conditions for contribution to Board-approved fund. dead
SB423 License plates; required to display only single plate on rear of vehicle. dead
SB426 Medicaid; appeals of agency determinations. Regarding overpayments. dead
SB429 Criminal history record information check; required forms upon sale of a firearm. dead
SB434 Funeral or memorial service disruption; penalty. dead
SB435 Criminal history record information check; making false statements, penalty. dead
SB439 Medical Fraud Control Unit; Attorney General to appoint investigators. dead
SB452 Charitable gaming; authorizes network bingo. dead
SB465 General registrars; shall serve on a full-time basis. dead
SB466 Menhaden management; authorizes Marine Resources Commission to adopt certain regulations. dead
SB477 Dangerous wild animals; Class 1 misdemeanor to privately possess, sell, transfer, etc. dead
SB479 Weighing of vehicles; exempts those owned or leased by City of Suffolk. dead
SB483 Asbestos workers; reporting violations, penalties for noncompliance. dead
SB494 Wastewater treatment facilities; Virginia Public Building Authority to issue an additional bond. dead
SB496 Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; created, report. dead
SB505 Combined heat and power facilities; incentives. dead
SB516 Motor vehicle insurance; medical expense benefits, assignments. dead
SB518 Mandated health insurance; not applicable if exceed essential benefits package. dead
SB547 Assault and battery; adds prison contractor to class of people victimized in prisons, penalty. dead
SB550 Oyster beds; adjustment of boundaries on Eastern Shore. dead
SB553 School divisions, local; may use unexpended state funds to provide one-time bonus to teachers. dead
SB554 Firearms; possession within residence of victim by persons subject to protective orders. dead
SB555 Parental rights; procedure for restoration, child to consent to restoration of rights. dead
SB567 Low-income and student toll tax credit; established. dead
SB581 Fairfax County school board; staggered elections. dead
SB582 Net energy metering; SCC shall approve utility's proposed standby charge methodology. dead
SB586 Felonies by prisoners; penalties. dead
SB601 Public procurement; requirement that American iron, steel, etc., be used in public works projects. dead
SB605 Tuition, in-state; military personnel eligibility. dead
SB610 Agricultural animals; regulation of care and handling. dead
SB612 Criminal history record information check; transfer of rifles and shotguns. dead
SB621 State-owned buildings; DGS to establish program requiring energy efficiency data. dead
SB624 Higher educational institutions; required to notify parents that student may be suicidal. dead
SB634 Impaired health care providers; amends definition of impairment. dead
SB635 Senate Districts; technical adjustments in boundaries. dead
SB642 Retail Sales and Use Tax; amends definition of retail sale to include lottery tickets. dead
SB650 Hospitals and physicians; processing health insurance claims. dead
SB651 Women-owned and minority-owned businesses; enhancement measures. dead
SB659 Medicaid; DMAS to develop and implement long-term care system. dead
SB661 Shenandoah; designating as official state song. dead
SB665 Standards of Learning; method of administration. dead
SB667 Child endangerment; relocated to Title 18.2, cruelty and injuries to children, penalty. dead
SB668 Sex offense; felony punishment for subsequent misdemeanor. dead
SB671 Retail sales and transient occupancy taxes; taxes on room rentals based upon charges for use, etc. dead
SB673 Income tax, state; deconforms State laws from provision of Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act. dead
SB677 State Inspector General, Office of; performance review of state agencies. dead
SB683 Tick control; Sunday hunting of deer and permits for application of acaricides in Loudoun County. dead
SB687 Virginia Casino Gaming Commission; created, penalties, report. in subcommittee
SB688 Charter; City of Portsmouth. signed by governor
SB689 Virginia Casino Gaming Commission; created, penalties, report. in subcommittee
SB690 Presidential elections and primaries; petition requirements. signed by governor
SB691 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes bullion and currency. dead
SB692 Income tax, corporate; eliminates tax for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2014. dead
SB693 Circuit court judges; restricts appointment to office if General Assembly fails to elect. in committee
SB694 Reckless driving; removes driving in excess of 80 mph, etc. dead
SB695 Va. Toll Relief Act and Va. Casino Gaming Commission; regulation of casino gaming, penalties. in subcommittee
SB696 Va. Toll Abatement Act and Va. Casino Gaming Commission; regulation of casino gaming, penalties. in subcommittee
SB697 Va. Transportation Enhancement and Toll Abatement Act and Va. Casino Gaming Commission; regulation. in subcommittee
SB698 Peanuts; extends excise tax on those grown in and sold in Virginia. signed by governor
SB699 Medical malpractice; expert witness certification, court may conduct an in camera review. signed by governor
SB700 Taxes on fuels; issuance of bonds. dead
SB701 State government employment; nondiscrimination. dead
SB702 Absentee voting; persons eligible to vote by absentee ballot. dead
SB703 Concealed handgun permit fees; provides an exemption for certain retired correctional officers. signed by governor
SB704 Workers' compensation; disease presumption, corrections officers. incorporated
SB705 Child restraint devices; penalty if child suffers injury or death. in committee
SB706 Mentally incapacitated persons; financial exploitation, penalty. signed by governor
SB707 Health care providers; submitting health insurance claims. signed by governor
SB708 Assisted living facilities; self-administration of medications by residents. stricken
SB709 Concession stands at youth athletic activities; exempt from regulations applicable to restaurants. signed by governor
SB710 Local taxes; interest on refunds and delinquent taxes, report. stricken
SB711 Testamentary trustees; relief of duty to file an inventory or annual accounts. dead
SB712 Hoax explosive devices; increases penalty for use, construction, etc. passed committee
SB713 Public-Private Transportation Act; definition of transportation facility, port facility excluded. incorporated
SB714 Va. Toll Mitigation Act & Virginia Casino Gaming Commission; regulation of casino gaming, penalties. in subcommittee
SB715 Motor vehicle titles, etc.; provides for transfer to designated beneficiary upon death of owner. signed by governor
SB716 Virginia ports; change in ownership. incorporated
SB717 Sources of revenue; establishing and adjusting for appropriations of State and its localities. dead
SB718 Child support; imputation of income, custodial parent attendance in educational, etc., program. signed by governor
SB719 Polling place procedures; voter identification requirements, application for absentee ballot, etc. dead
SB720 Transient occupancy tax; adds Grayson County to list of counties authorized to levy. signed by governor
SB721 VIEW; substance abuse screening and assessment of public assistance applicants and recipients. dead
SB722 Emergency absentee ballots; ballots provided to hospitalized voters. stricken
SB723 Electoral College; State's electoral votes shall be allocated by congressional district. in subcommittee
SB724 Absentee voting; persons age 65 and older on day of an election are entitled to vote absentee. dead
SB725 Misdemeanors; expungement of criminal records. in committee
SB726 Poker; definition of illegal gambling and charitable gaming, etc. stricken
SB727 Workers' compensation; presumptions, members of enforcement division of DMV. dead
SB728 Jails; court can adopt regional jail until it can obtain adequate facility. stricken
SB729 Jail facilities, temporary; Chesapeake allowed certain waivers for current temporary structures. signed by governor
SB730 Retail Sales and Use Tax; adds veterans organizations to nonprofit entities that qualify. dead
SB731 Mopeds; prohibited on highways with speed limits in excess of 35 miles per hour. in committee
SB732 Commonwealth Transportation Board; increases number of membership, changes areas of representation. stricken
SB733 Virginia's fuels taxes; annually changing rate by using changes in fuel efficiencies of vehicles. dead
SB734 Foreclosure; use of false records, documents, or statements. dead
SB735 Limited liability company; charging orders entered against a member. dead
SB736 Motor vehicle doors; requires drivers and passengers to wait for reasonable opportunity to open. dead
SB737 Nonmotorized vessels; freshwaters of State shall be open certain times for purposes of recreation. dead
SB738 Indigent defense; creates an appellate defender office under Virginia Indigent Defense Commission. in committee
SB739 Mechanical and electronic voting devices; number required, effective date. dead
SB740 Mandatory judicial retirement; increases age under Judicial Retirement System from 70 to 73 years. dead
SB741 Payday loans; permitted interest. dead
SB742 Virginia Redistricting Commission; established. dead
SB743 Absentee voting; application by electronic mail or other electronic means. dead
SB744 Derelict nonresidential building or structure; demolition by locality. enacted
SB745 Income tax, corporate; lower rate for certain businesses. dead
SB746 Children; failure to report missing, penalty. in committee
SB747 Income tax, corporate; creates industrial building rehabilitation tax credit. stricken
SB748 Building Revitalization Grant Fund; created, report. dead
SB749 Income tax, state; tax credits for donations to STEM programs at qualified schools. in committee
SB750 Nursing homes, certified nursing facilities, etc.; notice of liability insurance coverage, etc. signed by governor
SB751 Aggravated malicious wounding; penalty. passed committee
SB752 Clerks' fees; collection of restitution payments. in committee
SB753 Magistrates; supervision by Executive Secretary of the Supreme Court of Virginia. signed by governor
SB754 Higher educational institutions; modifications to prior revenue bond bills, emergency. signed by governor
SB755 Payday lending; repeals provisions authorizing lending in State. stricken
SB756 Perpetuities waiver; exclusions from statutory rule, nondonative transfers. signed by governor
SB757 No-contest clauses; limitations on penalty clause. dead
SB758 Uniform Trust Code; interested trustees subject to ascertainable standard. signed by governor
SB759 Guardianship and conservatorship; makes various changes to laws. signed by governor
SB760 Wills & trusts; allows testator/settlor to petition court during his lifetime to determine validity. in committee
SB761 Fiduciary attorney-client privilege; common law privilege to be extended to seeking advice. in committee
SB762 Mandatory judicial retirement; increases age under Judicial Retirement System from 70 to 73 years. incorporated
SB763 Unlawful photographs or video; Class 6 felony for a person to publish on Internet, penalty. passed committee
SB764 Smyth County; added to list permitted to charge for water and sewer shall be a lien on real estate. stricken
SB765 Legal notices; advertisement on websites by Towns of Damascus and Glade Spring. dead
SB766 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes hurricane preparedness equipment. signed by governor
SB767 Retail sales and transient occupancy taxes; taxes on room rentals based upon charges for use, etc. dead
SB768 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan; directs state agencies to remove Lynnhaven River. signed by governor
SB769 Credit unions; limit on authorized investments in certain property, retained earnings. signed by governor
SB770 Driver improvement clinics; increases fee that clinics may charge for courses. signed by governor
SB771 License plates; display of a single plate on registered vehicles. stricken
SB772 Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; developer control in time-share estate program, etc. signed by governor
SB773 Emergency medical services personnel; administration of medications. signed by governor
SB774 Workers' compensation; disease presumption, corrections officers. dead
SB775 Unemployment compensation; noncharging of overpayments, penalty for fraudulent claims. enacted
SB776 Virginia New Hire Reporting Center; employer to submit information concerning newly hired employee. signed by governor
SB777 Insurance; notice of lapse in coverage for certain life and accident and sickness policies. signed by governor
SB778 State Corporation Commission; pro bono legal services. signed by governor
SB779 Limited liability companies; assignment of interest. enacted
SB780 Accident and sickness insurance, individual; open enrollment program. signed by governor
SB781 Women-owned and minority-owned businesses; enhancement measures. dead
SB782 Standards of Accreditation; adds high school graduation rates, etc. stricken
SB783 Birth control; definition. in committee
SB784 Henrico County General District Court; increases number of judges. in committee
SB785 Firearms; use in commission of crime, civil liability. in committee
SB786 Firearms, lost or stolen; duty of law enforcement. dead
SB787 Health insurance; credits for retired school division employees. in committee
SB788 Charter; Town of Clintwood. signed by governor
SB789 Employees; equal compensation irrespective of sex. dead
SB790 Emergency medical services providers; Board of Health shall prescribe regulation, procedures, etc. signed by governor
SB791 State Inspector General, Office of; develop and implement an audit work plan, report. dead
SB792 Nonpublic school students; participation in interscholastic programs. stricken
SB793 Solicitation of election fraud; penalty. in subcommittee
SB794 Disabled parking placards; physicians may issue to patients. signed by governor
SB795 Forensic Toxicology Fund; created. in committee
SB796 Spousal privilege; creates statutory exception in criminal cases. in committee
SB797 Electric utilities; advanced meters. in committee
SB798 Service districts; any locality may amend boundaries of an established district, etc. signed by governor
SB799 Real property tax; special valuation for land preservation. signed by governor
SB800 Budget Bill. dead
SB801 Sex offense; felony punishment for subsequent misdemeanor. passed committee
SB802 Electoral boards; meetings. signed by governor
SB803 Hunting; lawful to hunt or kill coyotes on Sunday. dead
SB804 Voluntary boundary agreement between localities; attachment of GIS map to petitions. enacted
SB805 Elections; costs of primaries. in subcommittee
SB806 Presidential primaries; localities shall be reimbursed by State for all costs incurred. in subcommittee
SB807 Drugs; administration by a person to a child in private school. signed by governor
SB808 Juvenile offenders; proceeding for sentence modification. in committee
SB809 Juvenile offenders; punishment for conviction of certain felonies. dead
SB810 Legislation; prohibits any committee of General Assembly from reporting bill impacting localities. stricken
SB811 False lien or encumbrance; filing against real or personal property of another, penalty. signed by governor
SB812 Public school interscholastic programs; participation of students receiving home instruction. stricken
SB813 Electoral boards and general registrars; reimbursement of costs of compensation and expenses. in committee
SB814 Nursing education programs; minimum examination passage rates. stricken
SB815 Driver training schools; length of daily instruction. stricken
SB816 Payment of wages to employees; requires employers to maintain and preserve certain records. dead
SB817 Property tax exemption; adds Historic Pocahontas, Inc. to list of organizations. passed committee
SB818 Prisoners; establish compact for control of those receiving emergency medical care outside of VA. signed by governor
SB819 Tourist Train Development Authority; created. vetoed by governor
SB820 Billboards; establishes conditions under which certain signs may be adjusted or relocated, etc. signed by governor
SB821 Bristol Virginia Utilities Authority; grants Authority 'quick take' condemnation powers. stricken
SB822 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; fees charged by State Fire Marshal. dead
SB823 Writ of actual innocence; joint motion for petitions. in committee
SB824 Hampton Roads Planning District; additional 1% sales & use tax in counties in District. dead
SB825 Courts of record; land records; indigency determinations. in committee
SB826 Abortion; funding by Board of Health for certain women. in committee
SB827 Federal statutes or regulations; implementation of regulatory stringency standard. stricken
SB828 Dangerous and vicious dogs; when owner is charged with a violation, officer shall confine dog, etc. enacted
SB829 Veterans; Department of Veterans Services to develop comprehensive program to reduce unemployment. signed by governor
SB830 Absentee voting and procedures; SBE to provide to military overseas, secure electronic ballots. dead
SB831 Gold-Certified Veteran Employment Grant Fund; established. dead
SB832 Mandatory minimum sentences; terms of confinement or imprisonment to be served consecutively. enacted
SB833 Voluntary economic growth-sharing agreements; Port of Va. Economic and Infrastructure Develop Zone. signed by governor
SB834 Portsmouth Port and Industrial Commission; annual report of financial performance. stricken
SB835 TANF; assistance when convicted of drug-related felony, ineligible if fail or refuse drug testing. dead
SB836 Fraud; court may vacate judgment of criminal conviction. incorporated
SB837 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Washington Nationals baseball team. signed by governor
SB838 State employees; option of converting accumulated sick leave into service credit under VRS. dead
SB839 Local boundaries for law-enforcement; organizing for purpose of 911 dispatch and response. enacted
SB840 Fraud; court may vacate judgment of criminal conviction or adjudication of person. dead
SB841 Uniform Statewide Building Code; establishment of occupancy standards for residential dwelling unit. signed by governor
SB842 Charter; City of Hampton. signed by governor
SB843 Alcohol, open container; no person shall possess in passenger area of motor vehicle, civil penalty. in committee
SB844 Courthouse repair; certain counties may appoint committee to examine court facilities. stricken
SB845 Misdemeanors; expungement of police and court records. in committee
SB846 Community colleges; certain colleges to develop policies to increase dual enrollment. signed by governor
SB847 Arrestees; judicial officer may require as condition of release on bail fingerprints and photos. signed by governor
SB848 Students; increases additional grant to those attending State 2-year colleges for engineering, etc. dead
SB849 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage licenses for certain properties. signed by governor
SB850 Low-income and disabled customers; criteria for discounted fees and charges for water and sewer. signed by governor
SB851 Transient occupancy tax; reinstates authority of Arlington County to impose additional tax, etc. vetoed by governor
SB852 Renewable energy facilities; eligibility for incentives. in subcommittee
SB853 Assault and battery; adds magistrates within enhanced penalty provision. signed by governor
SB854 Virginia Retirement System; benefits for certain local employees. signed by governor
SB855 Transportation; funding and administration. dead
SB856 Boards of visitors; requirements for members of four-year public higher educational institutions. in subcommittee
SB857 Higher ed. institutions; expands eligibility for in-state tuition to certain dependents of military. signed by governor
SB858 Surgical assistants and surgical technologists; licensure and certification by Board of Medicine. in subcommittee
SB859 Income tax, state; deduction for payment of tolls in qualified locality. dead
SB860 State entities; procurement by using public-private partnerships. in committee
SB861 Retail Sales and Use Tax; entitlement of City of Bristol to certain revenues. stricken
SB862 Foster care; independent living services. dead
SB863 Independent living services; foster children committed to Department of Juvenile Justice. signed by governor
SB864 Firearms; possession within residence of victim by persons subject to protective orders. dead
SB865 Tolls; General Assembly to approve prior to imposition and collection for use of Interstate System. dead
SB866 Health insurance; mandated coverage for enteral formulas necessitated by short bowel syndrome. in committee
SB867 Health insurance; coverage for certain foods for individuals diagnosed as having phenylketonuria. in committee
SB868 Criminal history background record checks; barrier crimes. in committee
SB869 Nursing homes; notice of liability insurance coverage. incorporated
SB870 Contempt appeal; allows circuit judge to sit without a jury to hear from judgment of district court. signed by governor
SB871 Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, VA Board for; notice to asbestos workers, disciplinary action. dead
SB872 Transportation Trust Fund; increases percentage portion of general fund surplus that is deposited. dead
SB873 Absentee voting; persons age 65 and older on day of an election are entitled to vote absentee. incorporated
SB874 Absentee voting and procedures; secure return of voted military-overseas ballots. incorporated
SB875 Provisional driver's license holders; changes from secondary offense to primary use of cell phones. dead
SB876 Pharmacies; declaration of rights during audit. stricken
SB877 Practitioners, licensed; continuing education required for those prescribing controlled substances. stricken
SB878 Prescription Monitoring Program; required checks prior to dispensing certain controlled substances. stricken
SB879 Employee Misclassification Task Force; created, report. dead
SB880 Nontidal waters; DGIF, et al., to inventory those in State for recreational use. stricken
SB881 Volunteer fire/EMS departments; localities may have ordinances that include billing property owners. signed by governor
SB882 City reversion; library aid. signed by governor
SB883 Voter registration cards; general registrar shall issue & mail new card each year. in committee
SB884 Impoundment structures; notice of increase in the flow of water, civil penalties. dead
SB885 Inoperable motor vehicles; adds Albemarle County to those localities that may prohibit from keeping. signed by governor
SB886 Affordable housing; substitutes south urban region for Charlottesville MSA. signed by governor
SB887 Farm use vehicles; increases distance vehicles used for may travel. enacted
SB888 Advertising; payment of penalties & costs associated with enforcement of prohibition on certain. signed by governor
SB889 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; local school boards to hold electronic communication meetings. in committee
SB890 Libraries; Town of Leesburg may by ordinance establish an endowment fund for purpose of supporting. signed by governor
SB891 Administrative Rules, Joint Commission on; powers and duties. signed by governor
SB892 Commercial fishermen; not required to obtain registration certificate, etc., for certain vehicles. enacted
SB893 Public schools; possession & administration of epinephrine by employees of local governing bodies. signed by governor
SB894 Uniform Statewide Building Code; who may be cited for violations. signed by governor
SB895 Service of process; process on registered agent of corporation. dead
SB896 Workers' compensation; weather as risk of public safety officer's employment,injuries incurred. signed by governor
SB897 Spotsylvania Confederate Cemetery; increases number of Confederate graves maintained. signed by governor
SB898 Practitioners; Board of Medicine to revoke license of certain (Twomey bill). signed by governor
SB899 School buses; local school boards may display certain decals on rear or sides of buses. enacted
SB900 Commercial advertising; permits school board to sell space on school buses and real property. stricken
SB901 Vital records; marital status. stricken
SB902 Virginia Public Procurement Act; alternative forms of security, acceptance of cashier's check. signed by governor
SB903 Nonsuits; dismissal of action, fees and costs. signed by governor
SB904 Motorcycle titling; purchase of new motorcycles for parts. signed by governor
SB905 Credit unions, federal; those operating within State to comply with Virginia Small Estate Act. signed by governor
SB906 Vote centers; authorizes State Board of Election to establish pilot program. in subcommittee
SB907 Drug asset forfeiture; task forces. in committee
SB908 Parental rights; fundamental right to make decisions concerning upbringing, etc., of their child. signed by governor
SB909 State park master planning; Department of Conservation & Recreation shall solicit comments, etc. signed by governor
SB910 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; redefines what constitutes permissible fireworks in State. stricken
SB911 Firearms; criminal history records check required for transfer, penalties. incorporated
SB912 William and Mary, College of; management agreement between State. signed by governor
SB913 Personal representatives; access to digital accounts. signed by governor
SB914 Digital accounts and assets; enables a fiduciary to gain access. in committee
SB915 Workers' compensation; injuries to public safety officers. incorporated
SB916 Exhumations; requires that party petitioning court to provide sworn statement with certain facts. signed by governor
SB917 Financial institutions; contract provision requiring amendment or waiver to be in writing, etc. signed by governor
SB918 Coal severance taxes, local; establishes gross income for certain purposes. Emergency. signed by governor
SB919 Uranium; 3% state severance tax on receipts of any severed from earth in State, proceeds. stricken
SB920 Emergency custody and involuntary temporary detention; transportation. signed by governor
SB921 Health insurance reform; revises State's laws. vetoed by governor
SB922 Health insurance; SCC, et al., to perform plan management functions, review of premium rates. signed by governor
SB923 Open Education Curriculum Board; repeals Board. signed by governor
SB924 Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; created, report. stricken
SB925 Retail Sales & Use Tax; increases amount of revenue dedicated to Transportation Trust Fund. dead
SB926 Wetlands; governmental activity. stricken
SB927 Mount Hebron Cemetery; authorizes disbursement of funds for management of Confederate cemetery. stricken
SB928 Mental health assessments; juvenile and domestic relations court to order for certain juveniles. in committee
SB929 State Police, Department of; variable housing allowance. dead
SB930 Charitable gaming; authorizes network bingo. signed by governor
SB931 Dead bodies; notification for disposition to next of kin to claim body within 30 days of notice. signed by governor
SB932 Landlords; reduces amount of income tax credits that may be issued each fiscal year by DHCD. signed by governor
SB933 Movable Soccer Goal Safety Act; created, report. signed by governor
SB934 Charter schools, public; allowed to designate whether employees will participate in VRS. dead
SB935 Public schools; change to teacher contracts and evaluation policies. incorporated
SB936 Teaching positions; notice to principals, assistant principals, or supervisors of reassignment. signed by governor
SB937 Local taxes; interest on refunds and delinquent taxes. incorporated
SB938 Multijurisdiction grand jury; additional criminal violations that may investigate. signed by governor
SB939 Charter; City of Salem. dead
SB940 School resource officers; school board to coordinate with local law-enforcement agency to provide. passed committee
SB941 Child abuse or neglect, alleged; authority to talk to child or sibling. stricken
SB942 Certificate of public need; amendments to existing certificates related to medical care. signed by governor
SB943 Corrections and Juvenile Justice, Departments of; powers and duties of Director, etc. signed by governor
SB944 Administrative Process Act; issues on review, duty of court. signed by governor
SB945 Patient assistance programs; work group to develop recommendations regarding specialty drug needs. dead
SB946 Public beaches; sand dredging and beach replenishment. signed by governor
SB947 Health insurance; modification of prescription drug coverage. incorporated
SB948 State Police, Department of; accident reports may be retained in hard copy or electronic form. signed by governor
SB949 Medical assistance fraud investigations; service of subpoenas. dead
SB950 Practitioners of medicine, etc.; updates terminology in sections governing licensure, etc. signed by governor
SB951 Bullying; defines term and requires school boards to prohibit acts by students and school employees. stricken
SB952 Child support; directs DSS to establish statewide arrearage reduction program. dead
SB953 Aging and Rehabilitative Services, Department for; service for individuals with Alzheimer's disease. signed by governor
SB954 Drone; willfully impeding hunting, Class 3 misdemeanor. passed committee
SB955 Public schools; teacher licensure. stricken
SB956 Investor-owned electric utilities; declining block rate for residential customers. signed by governor
SB957 Electoral boards; meetings. signed by governor
SB958 Voter registration; final day of registration and mail registration application. signed by governor
SB959 Pedestrians, etc; local government may adopt ordinances requiring to stop at marked crosswalks. signed by governor
SB960 Public schools; residency of children in kinship care. enacted
SB961 Open burning; Board of Housing and Community Development to promulgate regulations. stricken
SB962 Officers of election; local electoral board may appoint person 17 years of age, requirements. in committee
SB963 Officers of election; officers may be assigned to work in multiple precincts on election day. signed by governor
SB964 Elections; extension of polling hours from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. dead
SB965 Firearms; failure to report those lost or stolen, penalty. incorporated
SB966 Assault and battery; adds magistrates within enhanced penalty provision. incorporated
SB967 Absentee ballot; persons applying to provide reason cannot vote at polling place, etc. signed by governor
SB968 Absentee ballots; officers of election shall not reject ballot if middle name is not on envelope. dead
SB969 Lewd and lascivious cohabitation; eliminates crime. signed by governor
SB970 Paper and plastic bags; imposes fee of $0.05 on those used by purchasers to carry tangible property. dead
SB971 Lyme disease; physicians to disclose information to patients, licensees immune from civil liability. dead
SB972 Training centers; imposes moratorium on closure, requirements of settlement agreement. stricken
SB973 Medical assistance services; provider information database. dead
SB974 Nursing homes; implementation of voluntary electronic monitoring in residents' rooms. signed by governor
SB975 Smoking; unlawful for person 18 years old to smoke in vehicle with minor present, civil penalty. dead
SB976 Commonwealth Transportation Board; circumstances for removal from office by Governor. stricken
SB977 Public-Private Transportation Act; receipt of competing proposals, disclosure of business points. signed by governor
SB978 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Eastern Shore business community. dead
SB979 General district court; retention of case records. signed by governor
SB980 Transient occupancy tax; adds Dickenson County to list of counties authorized to levy. signed by governor
SB981 Handheld personal communications devices; unlawful to use on school property or crossing, etc. incorporated
SB982 Medical reports or records; method for introducing into evidence in general district court. signed by governor
SB983 Expert witnesses; literature designations. signed by governor
SB984 Settlement payment; notification by insurer required. signed by governor
SB985 G. Richard Thompson Wildlife Management Area; conveyance of certain land to Warren County. signed by governor
SB986 Public schools; cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillators. signed by governor
SB987 Virginia War Memorial Shrine of Memory; memorialization of fallen Virginians by inclusion of names. signed by governor
SB988 Voluntary regulatory self-assessments by banks; privilege. signed by governor
SB989 Vote centers; Board of Elections to establish pilot program. in subcommittee
SB990 Virginia Public Procurement Act; bid match preference for Virginia businesses. stricken
SB991 Veterans; identification card, discount on state-operated attractions. dead
SB992 Background checks; children's residential facilities regulated by Department of Juvenile Justice. signed by governor
SB993 Public schools; physical activity requirement. passed committee
SB994 Mortgage loan originators; conforms Virginia statutory law to federal regulations. signed by governor
SB995 VRS; technical changes regarding retirement plans. signed by governor
SB996 Temporary detention orders; increases maximum duration person may be detained from 48 to 72 hours. dead
SB997 Incapacitated persons; photographs, x-rays, etc., may be taken as part of medical evaluation, etc. signed by governor
SB998 Virginia Public School Improvement Program; established. dead
SB999 Teachers; employment of temporary replacements in schools. in subcommittee
SB1000 Tax credits; provides for repeal of donations to certain scholarship foundations. in committee
SB1001 Firearms; criminal history records check required for transfer, penalties. in committee
SB1002 Emergency protective orders; expungement of orders from record. in committee
SB1003 Vehicle tire weight limitations; prohibits over-the-road operation of certain vehicles. in committee
SB1004 Landlord and tenant laws; early termination of rental agreements by victims of family abuse, etc. signed by governor
SB1005 Handheld personal communications devices; using while driving on bridge or tunnel, primary offense. dead
SB1006 Physician, licensed, etc.; may perform procedure for physical evidence recovery kit examination. signed by governor
SB1007 Mopeds and motorized skateboards and scooters; licensure and age requirements of operators. in committee
SB1008 Voter registration; registration activities by third parties. signed by governor
SB1009 Neighborhood Assistance Act; certain requirements neighborhood organization must meet, etc. signed by governor
SB1010 Identity theft; victim assistance, restitution, penalties. signed by governor
SB1011 Clinical social workers; educational requirements for licensure. signed by governor
SB1012 State legislative buildings; prohibits possession of firearms in Capitol of Va., etc., exception. dead
SB1013 Landlord and tenant laws; application to certain occupants of hotel, motel, etc. signed by governor
SB1014 Coal; repeals an obsolete chapter that regulates surface mining. signed by governor
SB1015 Prostitution; solicitation of a minor, penalty. signed by governor
SB1016 Protective orders; exempt from stay pending appeal. signed by governor
SB1017 Contraband cigarettes, tax-paid; increases penalty for possession with intent to distribute. signed by governor
SB1018 Unstamped cigarettes; sale, purchase, possession, etc., for purpose of evading taxes, penalties. signed by governor
SB1019 Counterfeit cigarettes; penalties. signed by governor
SB1020 RICO; contraband cigarettes, penalties. signed by governor
SB1021 Cigarette and other tobacco products taxes; electronic transactions. signed by governor
SB1022 Contraband cigarettes; allows forfeiture if possesed in violation of laws regarding sale. signed by governor
SB1023 Solar-powered or wind-powered electricity generation facility; SCC to conduct pilot program, etc. signed by governor
SB1024 Administrative Process Act; exemption for Department of Criminal Justice Services. enacted
SB1025 Net energy metering; standby charges. in subcommittee
SB1026 Law-enforcement officers; grounds for decertification, DCJS authorized to waive requirements. signed by governor
SB1027 Voting; handling of overvoted ballots, counting device to receive and count certain ballots. signed by governor
SB1028 Child support; confidentiality of guidelines worksheets in mediated agreements. signed by governor
SB1029 Planning, zoning, etc., procedures; local commission shall consult with installation commander. signed by governor
SB1030 Search and seizure of computer and contents. in committee
SB1031 Children; taking indecent liberties, use of communications system to propose sex offenses. signed by governor
SB1032 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act; add to list of offenses requiring registration. enacted
SB1033 Juvenile and adult facilities; punishment for certain offenses committed within facilities, etc. enacted
SB1034 Banks; derivative transactions. signed by governor
SB1035 Unemployment compensation; collection of overpayments. signed by governor
SB1036 Income tax, corporate; add back of certain intangible expenses to income. stricken
SB1037 Sex offender registry; prior convictions of person. in committee
SB1038 Non-conventional vehicles; titling and registration of mopeds. enacted
SB1039 Vital records; DMV authorized to access records and issue certified copies, fees, penalty. signed by governor
SB1040 Charter; Town of Bedford signed by governor
SB1041 Bedford, City of, reversion; taxation of real property in Town of Bedford and City of Bedford. signed by governor
SB1042 Bedford,City of, reversion; special election for certain council members, census to be completed. signed by governor
SB1043 Administrative Process Act; emergency regulations. signed by governor
SB1044 Constitutional officers; evidence of payment submitted by locality, verification of information. stricken
SB1045 Criminal justice training academies; sovereign immunity of trainers certified by DCJS, etc. signed by governor
SB1046 Divorce cases; conduct an ore tenus hearing. signed by governor
SB1047 Local police departments; cooperation agreements with private police departments certified by DCJS. signed by governor
SB1048 Conservators of the peace, special; any State museum to apply for appointment by circuit court. signed by governor
SB1049 Candidates; petition signatures, qualification to have name appear on ballot. signed by governor
SB1050 Public utility company vehicles; extension of loads beyond front of vehicles. signed by governor
SB1051 Motor vehicle dealers; imposition of financial penalties, warranty and sales incentive obligations. signed by governor
SB1052 Wills, trusts, and fiduciaries; revises and recodifies laws. Emergency. enacted
SB1053 Boating safety education; exempts certain U.S. Navy surface warfare officers, etc. signed by governor
SB1054 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan; added to list to receive contributions of refunds. signed by governor
SB1055 Medical waste; repeals certain provisions regarding disposal of. signed by governor
SB1056 Military Affairs, Department of; providing of flag to next of kin. signed by governor
SB1057 Own Risk and Solvency Assessments; insurers required to maintain risk management framework. stricken
SB1058 Judicial conferences; restricts meetings to no more than once every other year. in committee
SB1059 Dental and optometric services plans; applicability of certain provisions. signed by governor
SB1060 Following too closely; includes bicycles, mopeds, etc., increases minimum clearance. dead
SB1061 Lethality assessment program; DCJS to establish for first responders. passed committee
SB1062 Elections; reforms to improve voter access to polls. in committee
SB1063 Stalking; includes electronic transmissions that produce a visual or textual message. passed committee
SB1064 Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security, Secretary of; powers and duties. signed by governor
SB1065 Arts and cultural districts, local; tax incentives. signed by governor
SB1066 Uniform Commercial Code; funds transfers. signed by governor
SB1067 RS & UT; exemption includes all-terrain vehicles, levies 5% motor vehicle sales & use tax. incorporated
SB1068 Easements; authorizes conveyance of right-of-way between Dept. of Forestry & Ratcliffe Foundation. signed by governor
SB1069 Virginia Longitudinal Data System and Advisory Council; established, report. dead
SB1070 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage licenses for certain properties in Town of Glade Spring. signed by governor
SB1071 Community Integration Advisory Commission; extends sunset provision to July 1, 2016. signed by governor
SB1072 Elections; electronic pollbooks, photographs. dead
SB1073 Attorney; fees in certain land use cases. dead
SB1074 Student organizations; religious or political organizations may determine core functions, etc. signed by governor
SB1075 Transportation projects and planning; reimbursement of VDOT by localities, etc. signed by governor
SB1076 Parental rights; procedure for restoring to parent whose rights to his child have been terminated. signed by governor
SB1077 Registered voters; citizenship, SAVE Program. signed by governor
SB1078 Community Colleges, State Board for; Board shall develop mental health referral policies, etc. signed by governor
SB1079 Military personnel, active duty; DMAS to designate certain waiver slots for dependents. stricken
SB1080 Ultrasound imaging; no law or regulation of State shall require for nonmedical reasons. in committee
SB1081 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995, etc.; additional requirements. in committee
SB1082 Abortion; removes requirement that a woman undergo transabdominal ultrasound prior to procedure. in committee
SB1083 Cannabinoids, research chemicals, synthetic; penalties. enacted
SB1084 Health insurance; authorizes SCC to establish state plan management partnership exchange. incorporated
SB1085 Higher Education, Virginia Commission on; Board appointments. in subcommittee
SB1086 University of Virginia Board of Visitors; quorum. dead
SB1087 University of Virginia; changes composition of Board of Visitors. in subcommittee
SB1088 Medicaid; coordinated long-term care. stricken
SB1089 Health insurance; program for local government employees and other political subdivisions of State. signed by governor
SB1090 Tuition, in-state; undocumented persons to meet certain criteria, approval for. dead
SB1091 Risk management plan; local participation. passed committee
SB1092 Cigarette taxes; certain bond or irrevocable letter of credit requirements. signed by governor
SB1093 Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death Act; creation of a transfer on death deed. signed by governor
SB1094 Retail sales and transient occupancy taxes; taxes on room rentals based upon charges for use, etc. incorporated
SB1095 Wastewater treatment facilities; grant to Cities of Lynchburg and Richmond for CSO control projects. dead
SB1096 Public schools; adjustment of calculation of local composite index for funding. in committee
SB1097 Deaf or hard-of-hearing children; special education. enacted
SB1098 Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; Expected Family Contribution. dead
SB1099 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting opening of school year, etc. dead
SB1100 General registrar; removes requirement that office be open on second Saturday before May election. signed by governor
SB1101 RS & UT; moves back-to-school tax holiday to third weekend in August. in committee
SB1102 Emissions inspection; minimum miles per gallon rating required to be exempt from testing. signed by governor
SB1103 DUI; alcohol monitoring devices. passed committee
SB1104 State officers and employees; removal of certain officers from office. signed by governor
SB1105 Biennial appropriations; changing to start in odd-numbered year. dead
SB1106 Fishing licenses; MRC may revoke privileges to fish within State's tidal waters, etc. signed by governor
SB1107 Lake level contingency plans; wastewater releases from power generating facilities during drought. stricken
SB1108 Potomac River Compact; changes penalty for illegal fishing in Potomac River jurisdiction of court. signed by governor
SB1109 Firearms; prohibiting selling, etc., to certain persons. passed committee
SB1110 Oyster inspection tax; authorizes Potomac River Fisheries Commission to impose, use of proceeds. signed by governor
SB1111 Gas severance taxes, local; validation of coal & gas severance tax & road improvement tax ordinance. signed by governor
SB1112 Driving under influence of alcohol; exemplary damages, etc. signed by governor
SB1113 State or local employees; filing fraudulent liens or encumbrances against, penalty. incorporated
SB1114 Child sexual abuse cases; prior sex offenses against children admissible in evidence. dead
SB1115 Hospitals; classification of certain facilities in which abortions are performed. in committee
SB1116 Hospitals; design & construction standards for certain facilities in which abortions are performed. in committee
SB1117 Virginia Uniform Certificate of Title for Watercraft Act; adoption of Act, technical amendments. enacted
SB1118 Appeal of bond decision; court may stay execution of order for so long as reasonably practicable. signed by governor
SB1119 State & Local Government Conflict of Interests Act; definition of personal interest in transaction. signed by governor
SB1120 Business Assistance, Department of, et al.; marketing campaign. dead
SB1121 Water and waste authorities; rates. signed by governor
SB1122 Deadman's Statute; corroboration of testimony by business records, authentication of records. signed by governor
SB1123 Virginia Shakespeare Festival; designating as official Shakespeare festival. signed by governor
SB1124 Local government records; clarifies authority of Auditor of Public Accounts, annual audit. signed by governor
SB1125 Virginia Condominium Act; casualty insurance for common areas. in committee
SB1126 Workers' compensation; injuries to public safety employees. incorporated
SB1127 Alcoholic beverage control; operation of contract winemaking facilities. signed by governor
SB1128 Law-enforcement officer; impersonating local, etc., law-enforcement officer is Class 1 misdemeanor. signed by governor
SB1129 General Assembly; general appropriation bills. dead
SB1130 Incest; definitions of parent, etc.; penalty. passed committee
SB1131 Charter schools, public; applications. signed by governor
SB1132 Claims; Bennett Barbour's estate. signed by governor
SB1133 Personal property tax, tangible; computer equipment & peripherals used in data centers, definition. signed by governor
SB1134 VA Jobs Investment Program; moves administration of Program to VA Economic Development Partnership. dead
SB1135 Continuances; appearance of parties. signed by governor
SB1136 Firearm transfers; penalties. dead
SB1137 SCC; integration of processes and forms by June 30, 2018, into Business Permitting Center, report. signed by governor
SB1138 Virginia Nuclear Energy Consortium Authority; established, report. signed by governor
SB1139 Discovery rule; statute of limitations. in committee
SB1140 Mass Transit; implements performance-based funding for mass transit for revenues above $160 million. signed by governor
SB1141 Virginia Petroleum Products Franchise Act; franchises in Planning District 8. stricken
SB1142 Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Board of; licensure of funeral establishments, hardship waivers. signed by governor
SB1143 General Assembly; prohibits compensation to legislators for attending certain conferences. in committee
SB1144 Personal property; fraudulent conversion or removal of leased property. signed by governor
SB1145 Absentee ballots; confirmation of receipt. signed by governor
SB1146 Controlled substances, drugs or paraphernalia; disposal of those seized. in committee
SB1147 Cemetery Board; resale of interment rights by churches or religious organizations. signed by governor
SB1148 Firearms magazines; prohibits person from selling, etc. those designed to hold more than 10 rounds. dead
SB1149 Prostitution; disposition of minors. in committee
SB1150 Elections; minimizing voting lines. in committee
SB1151 Virginia Student Achievement Fund; established. dead
SB1152 Sexual offenses; prohibiting proximity to children, penalty. passed committee
SB1153 Public schools; changes in instructional time for kindergarten. dead
SB1154 Juveniles; post-dispositional detention in secure local facility. passed committee
SB1155 Electoral boards; appointments shall be on nonpartisan basis. stricken
SB1156 Teacher compensation; State goal that public school teacher compensation be nationally competitive. dead
SB1157 Commonwealth Teaching Fellows Program; established. dead
SB1158 Standards of Learning; regulations authorizing school divisions to determine date for administering. dead
SB1159 Virginia State Bar; granting certificate of admission to law professors. signed by governor
SB1160 Driving while texting; primary offense, increased penalties. incorporated
SB1161 General Assembly; consideration of conference committee report on biennial budget, etc. dead
SB1162 Standards of Learning; Board of Education to promulgate regulations. dead
SB1163 Wrongful death and personal injury actions; future wages presumption. in committee
SB1164 Infants; cause of action for expenses for injury, statute of limitations. signed by governor
SB1165 Driver's licenses, provisional; person under age 18 certain restrictions. signed by governor
SB1166 Littering & illegal dumping; if convicted, ordered to perform minimum of 10 hrs. community service. signed by governor
SB1167 Student growth indicators; Board of Education shall develop by October 1, 2014, report. signed by governor
SB1168 Elections; method of nominating party candidates. in committee
SB1169 Driving under influence of alcohol; defendant's blood or breath tested, exemplary damages. in committee
SB1170 Virginia Public Procurement Act; resident employment and apprenticeship participation. dead
SB1171 Public schools; reading intervention services for students in kindergarten through grade 3, etc. signed by governor
SB1172 Standards of Quality; assignment of certain staff by local school divisions. signed by governor
SB1173 Computer trespass; penalty. passed committee
SB1174 Computer crimes; prohibits use of an electronic device to commit. in committee
SB1175 Teach for America; creates two-year provisional license for participants. signed by governor
SB1176 State Inspector General; additional powers and duties, report. signed by governor
SB1177 Virginia Workforce Council; powers and duties. signed by governor
SB1178 Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Reward Fund; amount of reward. signed by governor
SB1179 Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation; powers and duties of regulatory boards. signed by governor
SB1180 TANF; restrictions on use of cash assistance, not to access cash through electronic transaction. signed by governor
SB1181 IEIA, Commonwealth Innovation and Entrepreneurship Measurement System; authorizes to create. dead
SB1182 Assault and battery; includes certain employees of DBHDS, penalty. passed committee
SB1183 Information Technology Advisory Council; Council to elect chairman and vice-chair from membership. signed by governor
SB1184 VITA; procurement of information technology and telecommunications by state agencies. stricken
SB1185 Strategic Compensation Grant Initiative and Fund; established. signed by governor
SB1186 Medical assistance services; duties of Attorney General. signed by governor
SB1187 Juvenile Justice, Board of; increases membership. signed by governor
SB1188 Career Pathways System Advisory Council; established, report. dead
SB1189 School boards; releases from state regulation. signed by governor
SB1190 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; electronic security businesses and personnel in committee
SB1191 Students residing on military or naval reservation; participation in interscholastic programs, etc. signed by governor
SB1192 State Police, Department of; reimbursement of expenses. in committee
SB1193 Alcoholic beverage control; renewal of licenses, payment of license tax and civil penalty. signed by governor
SB1194 Juveniles; alleged to be truant, development of truancy plan. signed by governor
SB1195 Entrepreneur-in-Residence Program; created, sunset provision. enacted
SB1196 School choice; Board of Education to include information regarding parent and student choice. signed by governor
SB1197 Virginia Public Procurement Act; contracts for architectural or professional engineering services. signed by governor
SB1198 Charter; City of Falls Church. signed by governor
SB1199 Workers' compensation; injuries to public safety officers. incorporated
SB1200 Traffic regulation; conforms Title 46.2 to changes to Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices. signed by governor
SB1201 School divisions; regulations concerning Board of Education's process for submitting proposals, etc. signed by governor
SB1202 Retention of case records; general district court. incorporated
SB1203 Intergovernmental Affairs, Office of; removes references to Office. signed by governor
SB1204 HOT lanes; allows state or local law-enforcement vehicles, etc., to enter. signed by governor
SB1205 Criminal street gang predicate offenses; penalties. signed by governor
SB1206 Education Improvement Scholarships tax credit; changes to reporting of test results, etc. stricken
SB1207 Individual school performance; Board of Education shall approve student growth indicators, report. signed by governor
SB1208 Department of Corrections; electronic notice. signed by governor
SB1209 Commonwealth Transportation Board, Commissioner of Highways, etc.; powers and duties, report. signed by governor
SB1210 Transportation commission membership. dead
SB1211 Child Pornography Images Registry; exemptions from disclosure, etc. in committee
SB1212 Environmental Quality, Department of; provision of information, protection of trade secrets. signed by governor
SB1213 Saltwater recreational fishing; allows State residents 65 and older to purchase lifetime license. signed by governor
SB1214 Sentencing guidelines; definition of violent felony. signed by governor
SB1215 State government officers and employees; representation of clients, prohibited conduct. signed by governor
SB1216 Insurance premiums license tax; technical corrections for administration. signed by governor
SB1217 Corrections, Department of; exchange of medical and mental health records, etc. signed by governor
SB1218 DMV; customer service. enacted
SB1219 Motor carrier and commercial drivers; amends several licensing laws. signed by governor
SB1220 Virginia College Savings Plan; deposit of income tax refunds. signed by governor
SB1221 Virginia College Savings Plan, Board of; elected positions, technical amendments. signed by governor
SB1222 Handheld personal communications devices; mandatory minimum fine when convicted of reckless driving. enacted
SB1223 Public schools; evaluation policies and grievance procedures. signed by governor
SB1224 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. in committee
SB1225 RS & UT; adds City of Fredericksburg. signed by governor
SB1226 Cash proffers; extends from 7 to 12 years time by which locality must begin utilization. signed by governor
SB1227 Nonprofit organizations; tax credits for donations to those assisting low-income families, etc. signed by governor
SB1228 Firearms; property or facilities owned or leased by localities. dead
SB1229 Elections, State Board of; provides for Department of Elections and Commissioner of Elections. signed by governor
SB1230 Unemployment compensation; establishes short-time compensation program, report, effective date. dead
SB1231 Deeds; allows an attorney to record corrective affidavit. dead
SB1232 Firearms; criminal history information check required to sell. incorporated
SB1233 Tuition, in-state; eligibility of student, approval for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. incorporated
SB1234 Juveniles; placement in secure local facility. signed by governor
SB1235 Alcoholic beverage control; operation of government stores. signed by governor
SB1236 Personal property tax; advertising signs. signed by governor
SB1237 Claims; Calvin Wayne Cunningham. stricken
SB1238 Handheld personal communications devices; texting while driving is punishable as reckless driving. incorporated
SB1239 Uniform Statewide Building Code; enforcement by towns. dead
SB1240 School resource officers; local law-enforcement agencies to provide. incorporated
SB1241 Tax code, Commonwealth's; advances conformity with Internal Revenue Code. signed by governor
SB1242 Tuition, in-state; veterans residing within State shall be eligible for in-state charges. signed by governor
SB1243 Health maintenance organizations; health care plans to provide coverage for newborn children. signed by governor
SB1244 Virginia Retirement System, etc.; retirement allowance for certain retired persons. dead
SB1245 Charter; City of Manassas Park. dead
SB1246 Virginia Public Procurement Act; multiple project contracts for architectural, etc., services. signed by governor
SB1247 Natural gas utilities; recovery of eligible safety activity costs accounted for as regulatory asset. stricken
SB1248 High School to Work Partnerships; Board of Education shall develop guidelines for establishment. signed by governor
SB1249 Financial institutions; checks required to show date account was opened. signed by governor
SB1250 Prescription Monitoring Program; Board of Pharmacy to identify 'drugs of concern'. stricken
SB1251 Retirement System; law-enforcement officer retirees hired as school board security personnel. dead
SB1252 Student-athletes; policies and procedures regarding identification, etc., of suspected concussions. dead
SB1253 Smoking; localities to ban in designated public parks, etc. dead
SB1254 Pharmacies; access to the Prescription Monitoring Program. stricken
SB1255 Medical malpractice; expert witness certification, court may conduct an in camera review. incorporated
SB1256 Voter identification requirements; photo ID required at polls, application for absentee ballot. signed by governor
SB1257 Virginia's Future, Council on; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
SB1258 Elderly or incapacitated adults; financial exploitation, penalties. incorporated
SB1259 Electric utilities; renewable energy portfolio standard program, eligible energy. signed by governor
SB1260 Candidates in elections; party nominating methods for statewide or General Assembly district office. stricken
SB1261 Health benefit exchange; regulation of navigators, report. enacted
SB1262 Admissions tax; adds Stafford County to list of counties authorized to impose on certain admissions. signed by governor
SB1263 VA FOIA; meeting by electronic communication means by certain committees, etc. of State bodies. signed by governor
SB1264 VA. FOIA; access to criminal and other records. signed by governor
SB1265 Capital outlay; establishes revised six-year plan for projects. signed by governor
SB1266 Nonconsecutive jail times; court to sentence defendant to weekend days, etc. dead
SB1267 Contractors, Board for; licensure of tree care service providers, penalties. dead
SB1268 Lake level contingency plans; wastewater releases from power generating facilities. stricken
SB1269 Renewable energy portfolio standard program; sale of electricity from renewable sources. dead
SB1270 Marina operators; includes state & local agencies among those required to file lists of boat owners. signed by governor
SB1271 James River, Historic Lower; allows consideration of construction of new utility infrastructure. stricken
SB1272 DUI; penalty when person is convicted of felony offense, punishment for subsequent violation. signed by governor
SB1273 Prostitution, forced; vacating conviction, expungement of police and court records. dead
SB1274 Tanning facilities; age limit, parental consent. in committee
SB1275 Medical data in an electronic or digital format; limitations on use, storage, sharing, & processing. in committee
SB1276 Virginia Business One Stop electronic portal program; participation by State Corporation Commission. stricken
SB1277 Wildlife exhibitor permit; possession and display of wildlife in schools for educational purposes. enacted
SB1278 Service of process; in order to be timely, must be made within six months from commencement. in committee
SB1279 Water quality; transfer of responsibility for administration of programs. enacted
SB1280 Fox and coyote; unlawful to stage competition where they are pursued by dogs in an enclosure, etc. dead
SB1281 Firearms; criminal history record information check required for any purchase. in committee
SB1282 Vacant building; adds Town of Clifton Forge to localities requiring building owner registration. signed by governor
SB1283 Virginia Recreational Facilities Authority Fund; established. dead
SB1284 Escort vehicle drivers; certification and regulation in State. signed by governor
SB1285 Interchangeable biosimilar biological products; permits pharmacists to dispense, etc. signed by governor
SB1286 Solar energy equipment facilities and devices; exempted from state and local taxation. dead
SB1287 Natural gas utilities; eligible safety activity costs to be recovered as deferred costs. signed by governor
SB1288 Criminal history record information; emergency medical services providers. signed by governor
SB1289 Retail Sales and Use Tax; development of regional impact. in committee
SB1290 Higher educational institutions; full or partial tuition waiver for dependent children of faculty. dead
SB1291 Menhaden fish; allowable catch for those landed in State, etc., report. Emergency. enacted
SB1292 Human trafficking hotline; posted notices. in committee
SB1293 Comprehensive plan; transportation component to be consistent with Statewide Transportation Plan. signed by governor
SB1294 Senate Districts; technical adjustments in boundaries. dead
SB1295 Enterprise zones; permits locality to apply for status based on distress factors in area. stricken
SB1296 Unclaimed tax credits; tax credit obsolete if not claimed by any taxpayer in 5 years, etc., report. signed by governor
SB1297 Criminal judgment; appeal based on erroneously admitted evidence. dead
SB1298 License plates, special; issuance to certain members, etc., with 6 months service in U.S. Navy, etc. signed by governor
SB1299 Criminal history record information checks, etc.; dissemination of information. in committee
SB1300 Virtual school programs; multidivision online providers, funding. stricken
SB1301 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; export of Virginia products and services. dead
SB1302 Telework tax credit; creates income tax credit for certain employees. in committee
SB1303 Alcoholic beverage control; creates annual mixed beverage performing arts facility license, etc. incorporated
SB1304 Alcoholic beverage control; creates annual mixed beverage performing arts facility license, etc. signed by governor
SB1305 Virginia Port Authority; reform by adding Chief Executive Officer to Board of Commissioners, etc. enacted
SB1306 Neighborhood Assistance Act; tax credits to eligible neighborhood organizations. stricken
SB1307 DPOR; Director authorized to purchase information technology and telecommunication goods & services. stricken
SB1308 Real property tax; localities to tax campers and other recreational vehicles. stricken
SB1309 Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board; powers and duties. signed by governor
SB1310 Social Services, Commissioner of; submission of financial information by applicant, licensure. signed by governor
SB1311 Food and beverage tax; adds to list any county that maintains its own roads, etc. dead
SB1312 Conditions of release; release of accused to pretrial services only when indigent. dead
SB1313 Income tax, local; City of Portsmouth authorized to levy to generate revenue for transportation. dead
SB1314 Local boundaries for law-enforcement; organizing for purpose of 911 dispatch and response. incorporated
SB1315 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; limitation on amendment to declaration. in committee
SB1316 Wetland delineator; requirements for certification. signed by governor
SB1317 Real property; DGS authorized to convey property to Mennel Milling Company in Roanoke County. enacted
SB1318 Cannabinoids, research chemicals, synthetic; penalties. incorporated
SB1319 9th Street Office Building; authorization to sell, renovate, etc. stricken
SB1320 Job investment and incentive grant programs; information to verify employment status. signed by governor
SB1321 General fund balance; assignment of fund surplus to Transportation Trust Fund at end of fiscal year. dead
SB1322 Dead bodies; Commonwealth shall pay cost of disposition. passed committee
SB1323 Temporary detention; execution of order, transportation. in committee
SB1324 Opportunity Educational Institution; established, report. signed by governor
SB1325 Professional counselors, etc.; Board of Counseling to establish specified fees for licensure, etc. vetoed by governor
SB1326 Public schools; Board of Education to develop and distribute policies on concussion prevention. dead
SB1327 Alcoholic beverage control; prohibited practice by retail wine and beer licensees, penalty. dead
SB1328 Revenues and appropriations of State; changes to revenues collected and distribution. dead
SB1329 Medicaid; expands class of recipients in State. stricken
SB1330 Eastern Virginia Medical School; reduces minimum number of required meetings of Board of Visitors. signed by governor
SB1331 Drones; moratorium on use of unmanned aircraft systems by state or local government department, etc. enacted
SB1332 Abortion; optional ultrasound. in committee
SB1333 Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation; membership. signed by governor
SB1334 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exemption for Commonwealth's Attorneys' Services Council. signed by governor
SB1335 Concealed handgun permits; confidentiality of permittee information. signed by governor
SB1336 Boundary adjustments; notice to affected landowners. in committee
SB1337 Civil cases; conduct of business activity, permissible venue. signed by governor
SB1338 Tolls; General Assembly to approve for use on any component of Interstate Highway System, exception. incorporated
SB1339 Electric utility ratemaking; revises certain incentives & other provisions applicable. dead
SB1340 Revenues and appropriations of State; changes specifically relating to transportation funding. dead
SB1341 Renewable energy facilities, certain; exemption from local zoning and land use regulations. stricken
SB1342 Higher education; mental health treatment coordination for certain students. signed by governor
SB1343 Charter; City of Fairfax. vetoed by governor
SB1344 Higher Education, State Council for; accrediting agencies. stricken
SB1345 Teacher licensure; renewal requirements by Board of Education. signed by governor
SB1346 Charitable gaming; sale of pull tabs & other instant bingo games by volunteer fire departments, etc. stricken
SB1347 Southwest Virginia Health Authority; clarifies definition of hospital, etc., powers, report. signed by governor
SB1348 Criminal judgment; appeal based on erroneously admitted evidence. incorporated
SB1349 Alcoholic beverage control; mandatory revocation of mixed beverage licenses, prohibited acts. signed by governor
SB1350 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; created, report. signed by governor
SB1351 Virginia Port Authority; reform by adding Chief Executive Officer to Board of Commissioners. incorporated
SB1352 Protective helmets; ordinance to require every person wear when riding or being carried on bicycle. dead
SB1353 Uranium; establishes process for DMME to issue permits for mining of uranium ore, report. stricken
SB1354 Virtual school programs; regulations requirement by Board of Education. in committee
SB1355 Revenues and appropriations of State; changes to revenues collected and distribution. dead
SB1356 Loudoun County; governing body to appoint members of its board of equalization. signed by governor
SB1357 Unemployment benefits; eligibility of graduate student benefits based on summer employment. in committee
SB1358 Water and sewer system; adds Gloucester County to counties requiring connection by property owners. dead
SB1359 Funeral services; adds to definition of next of kin. stricken
SB1360 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; General Assembly may add certain full-time employees. in committee
SB1361 DRPT; analysis of proposed project provided to General Assembly. stricken
SB1362 Metropolitan Washington Airports; conditions upon Governor's authorization of Amendment No. 4. in committee
SB1363 Firearms; residency of armed forces members. signed by governor
SB1364 Standards of Learning; Two-year waivers from third grade assessments to certain schools, report. dead
SB1365 Tax administration; monetary awards for detection of tax underpayments, development of guidelines. dead
SB1366 Electric utility regulation; schedule for biennial reviews, authority to petition. dead
SB1367 Health insurance; local government employees eligibile to participate in state employee plan. in committee
SB1368 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: PEACE BEGINS AT HOME. signed by governor
SB1369 Virginia Riverboat Gaming Commission; created, penalties. in committee
SB1370 RS&UT; entitlement of certain public facilities in City of Winchester to tax revenues. Emergency. in committee
SB1371 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; repetitive requests, remedies. in committee
SB1372 Firearm shows; VSP to be available to perform background checks for non-dealer sales, etc. dead
SB1373 Interception of communications; authorization for monitoring of communications by sheriff's office. signed by governor
SB1374 Schools; interventions for those denied accreditation and failing to demonstrate progress. dead
SB1375 Claims; Edna Twiddy. in committee
SB1376 Certain persons; immunity for those reporting, etc., individual posing credible danger of injury. signed by governor
SB1377 Explosive devices or firearms; possession of with intent to commit violent felony; penalties. dead
SB1378 Firearms; person guilty of Class 4 felony if sells to person he knows is prohibited from possessing. enacted
SJ2 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). dead
SJ5 Constitutional amendment; contributions to defined benefit retirement plan maintained for employees. dead
SJ6 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). dead
SJ14 Composite Index Local Ability to Pay; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. dead
SJ17 Constitutional amendment; Board of Education authorized to establish charter schools. dead
SJ25 Constitutional amendment; right to work (first reference). dead
SJ35 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of nonviolent felonies. dead
SJ44 Constitutional amendment; maximum lawful rate of interest (first reference). in committee
SJ45 Property owners, low-income; JLARC to study real property tax relief. dead
SJ48 Virginia Retirement System; JLARC to study system for determining eligibility for disability claims. dead
SJ57 Property owners, low-income; JLARC to study real property tax relief, executive summary. dead
SJ69 Judges; Virginia State Crime Commission to study mandatory retirement age. dead
SJ70 Constitutional amendment; establishes Virginia Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
SJ71 Foreclosure procedures; Virginia Housing Commission to study. dead
SJ73 Appalachian Cherokee Nation of Virginia; recognizes existence within State, etc. dead
SJ74 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for surviving spouse of disabled veterans. dead
SJ85 Income tax, corporate; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study phase-out of tax. dead
SJ88 Constitutional amendment; right to a secret ballot (first reference). passed committee
SJ90 Juvenile facilities, secure; JLARC to study excess capacity. dead
SJ96 ICPRB; joint subcommittee to study State's withdrawal & effects upon source of drinking water, etc. dead
SJ131 Abraham Lincoln Day; designating as February 12, 2012 and each succeeding year thereafter. dead
SJ254 Celebrating the life of Warren Gordon Richardson. passed house
SJ255 Income tax, corporate; JLARC to study impact of eliminating in State. in committee
SJ256 Celebrating the life of David Martin Pearson. passed house
SJ257 Celebrating the life of Andrew David Fox. passed house
SJ258 Celebrating the life of Audrey Louise McCray Wheaton. passed house
SJ259 Celebrating the life of Harry Cecil Curtis, Jr. passed house
SJ260 Vaisakhi; designating as April 14, 2013, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ261 Constitutional amendment; expands freedom of speech provisions (first reference). incorporated
SJ262 Celebrating the life of Dr. Freddye Sue Turner Davy. passed house
SJ263 Celebrating the life of James Wesley Dix, Sr. passed house
SJ264 Celebrating the life of Kenneth Tyree Whitescarver III. passed house
SJ265 Celebrating the life of Earl Lloyd Chittum. passed house
SJ266 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights (first reference). dead
SJ267 Commending Delores Darden. passed house
SJ268 Commending the Brain Injury Association of Virginia. passed house
SJ269 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights (first reference). incorporated
SJ270 Commending Lilian Lumber Company Inc. passed house
SJ271 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Yvonne Bond Miller. passed house
SJ272 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for spouses of soldiers killed in action. passed committee
SJ273 Banking legislation; memorializing Congress to enact legislation to reinstate certain functions. in committee
SJ274 Celebrating the life of Ralph Williams. passed house
SJ275 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). passed committee
SJ276 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
SJ277 National Unified Goal for Traffic Incident Management; Secretary of Public Safety to establish. passed house
SJ278 Property owners, low-income; JLARC to study real property tax relief, executive summary. in committee
SJ279 Celebrating the life of Colonel John Robertson Byers, USA (Ret.). passed house
SJ280 Public education; recognizing need to tackle problem of hunger in classroom. in committee
SJ281 Constitutional amendment; tax credits (first reference). passed committee
SJ282 Foster care maintenance and adoption assistance; DSS to develop options for extending payments. passed house
SJ283 Celebrating the life of Lucian Yates Grove. passed house
SJ284 Celebrating the life of James W. Holley III. passed house
SJ285 Commending Gregory E. Lucyk. passed house
SJ286 Commending the Lake Taylor High School football team. passed house
SJ287 Constitutional amendment; free exercise of religion (first reference). dead
SJ288 Commending Lloyd Tayloe Griffith, M.D. passed house
SJ289 Elections; joint committee to study scheduling in State. in committee
SJ290 State law-enforcement agencies; JLARC to study reorganizing under Virginia State Police. in committee
SJ291 Celebrating the life of John Robert Slaughter, Sr. passed house
SJ292 Constitutional amendment; selection and qualification of judges (first reference). dead
SJ293 Constitutional amendment; right to work (first reference). passed committee
SJ294 Public schools; encouraged to promote ideals, heroes, and successes of nonviolence. in committee
SJ295 Commending James E. Astin, Jr. passed house
SJ296 Celebrating the life of Wesley Theodore Carter. passed house
SJ297 Love the Bus Month; designating as February 2013, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ298 Commending the City of Virginia Beach. passed house
SJ299 Transportation, Virginia Department of; JLARC to study efficiency of Department. in committee
SJ300 Appalachian Cherokee Nation of Virginia, etc.; State recognition. dead
SJ301 Celebrating the life of Leeser Boone Howell. passed house
SJ302 Constitutional amendment; Board of Education authorized to establish charter schools. passed committee
SJ303 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established (first reference). dead
SJ304 Commending Francena McCorory. passed house
SJ305 Commending Kellie Wells. passed house
SJ306 Standards of Learning; JLARC to study how increased instruction time effects achievement levels. in committee
SJ307 Celebrating the life of Reverend Dr. Joseph Rayfield Vines, Jr. passed house
SJ308 Celebrating the life of Antoinette Taylor Smith. passed house
SJ309 Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s 'I Have a Dream' speech. passed house
SJ310 Celebrating the life of Albert Austin Dawson, Jr. passed house
SJ311 Criminal history background checks and barrier crimes; joint subcommittee to study related laws. stricken
SJ312 Tolls; General Assembly to recognize need for mitigation measures for disadvantaged populations. incorporated
SJ313 Commending Earl Hamner, Jr. passed house
SJ314 Commending Dominion Resources, Inc. passed house
SJ315 Commending the Bedford County Sheriff Office. passed house
SJ316 Death penalty; JLARC to study direct and indirect monetary costs. in committee
SJ317 Tolls; joint subcommittee to study how VA can mitigate impact on State's disadvantaged citizens. incorporated
SJ318 Local and state government; joint subcommittee to study service responsibility and tax authority. in committee
SJ319 Constitutional amendment; contributions to defined benefit retirement plans. passed committee
SJ320 Commending Samuel Welford Hopkins, Sr., Congressional Gold Medalist. passed house
SJ321 Constitutional amendment; restoration of voting rights. incorporated
SJ322 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ323 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ324 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ325 United Nations Arms Trade Treaty; memorializes President of U.S. and U.S. Senate to not ratify. in committee
SJ326 Appalachian Cherokee Nation of Virginia; State recognition. incorporated
SJ327 Constitutional amendment; state school division for schools denied accreditation (first reference). dead
SJ328 Elementary and secondary schools; JLARC to study efficiency and effectiveness of school's spending. passed house
SJ329 Commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. passed house
SJ330 Autism and autism spectrum disorders; Joint Commission on Health Care to study service needs. passed house
SJ331 Renewable energy; establishment of mandatory portfolio standard program for State, report. in committee
SJ332 Celebrating the life of Chris Yung. passed house
SJ333 Celebrating the life of Dr. Virginia R. Armstrong. passed house
SJ334 Celebrating the life of Roger Powers. passed house
SJ335 Commending the Virginia Emergency Management Association. passed house
SJ336 Commending Thomas E. Poore. passed house
SJ337 Commending Deputy Joseph Jones. passed house
SJ338 Environmental regulation; need for reducing burden of EPA regulations. in committee
SJ339 Celebrating the life of Donald Edwin Neal. passed house
SJ340 Commending Lee Randolph Harrison. passed house
SJ341 Celebrating the life of Grover Jasper Kimberlin. passed house
SJ342 Celebrating the life of Bernard Lewis McGinnis II. passed house
SJ343 Celebrating the life of Elmore Houston Pierce. passed house
SJ344 Celebrating the life of Robert Thomas Slusser, Sr. passed house
SJ345 Celebrating the life of Carol Lee McGuire-Bishop. passed house
SJ346 Celebrating the life of Roscoe Lee Timberlake. passed house
SJ347 Celebrating the life of Robert Ferrell Mothershead. passed house
SJ348 Celebrating the life of Nicholas J. Covatta, Jr. passed house
SJ349 Commending the Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia. passed house
SJ350 Celebrating the life of Myron Parsek Erkiletian. passed house
SJ351 Commending the Marine Corps Association. passed house
SJ352 National Wear Red Day; designating as February 1, 2013, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ353 Outstanding Virginian Day; General Assembly to authorize change of venue for celebration. passed house
SJ354 United Cherokee Indian Tribe of Virginia, Incorporated; State Recognition. incorporated
SJ355 Commending the Liberty Christian Academy High School football team. passed house
SJ356 Commending the Brookville High School football team. passed house
SJ357 Home Education Month; designating as February 2013, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ358 Celebrating the life of Kathleen Hwang. passed house
SJ359 Commending Boys Home, Inc. passed house
SJ360 Commending Gabrielle Christina Victoria Douglas. passed house
SJ361 Commending the Bath County High School softball team. passed house
SJ362 Commending Steven Allan Spielberg. passed house
SJ363 Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission; confirming appointment of Chairman. passed house
SJ364 Commending state and local law-enforcement agencies for their outstanding service during 2012. passed house
SJ365 Commending the Home Educators Association of Virginia. passed house
SJ366 Age Wave; Virginia Area Agencies on Aging & their partners to conduct local & regional planning. in committee
SJ367 Constitutional amendment; appointment of electoral boards & officers of election (first reference). in committee
SJ368 United States Constitution; General Assembly recognizes 2nd Amendment protects right to bear arms. passed house
SJ369 Celebrating the life of the Honorable William B. Hopkins, Sr. passed house
SJ370 Agricultural and forestry products; weight limits on interstate highways. in committee
SJ371 Commending William D. Mullins. passed house
SJ372 Celebrating the life of Carol Lee Fischer Strickler. passed house
SJ373 Celebrating the life of James Neff Houff. passed house
SJ374 Celebrating the life of Wallace Clay Nunley, Sr., M.D. passed house
SJ375 Celebrating the life of Thomas D. Daley. passed house
SJ376 Celebrating the life of William Henry Wood. passed house
SJ377 Commending Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., on its centennial anniversary. passed house
SJ378 Celebrating the life of George L. Barton IV. passed house
SJ379 Commending William L. Dudley, Jr. passed house
SJ380 Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award. passed house
SJ381 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ382 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ383 Commending The Central Virginian. passed house
SJ384 Diwali Day; designating as last Saturday in October 2013, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ385 Commending Flora of Virginia. passed house
SJ386 Commending Luck Companies. passed house
SJ387 Celebrating the life of Agnes Strauss Wolf. passed house
SJ388 Commending William G. Bouie. passed house
SJ389 Commending Ed Robichaud. passed house
SJ390 Commending Doug Bush. passed house
SJ391 Commending Friends of the Reston Regional Library. passed house
SJ392 Celebrating the life of George Reid Swecker. passed house
SJ393 Celebrating the life of Rebecca Beall Jackson Graves. passed house
SJ394 Celebrating the life of Henry Clay Clark. passed house
SJ395 Celebrating the life of Athaline S. Fisher. passed house
SJ396 Commending Divine Baptist Church. passed house
SJ397 Celebrating the life of Iva Mary Hopkins. passed house
SJ398 Celebrating the life of Cynthia Gillum Coiner. passed house
SJ399 Commending the State of Israel. passed house
SJ400 Celebrating the life of Barbara Curtis. passed house
SJ401 Celebrating the life of Gwyneth Griffin. passed house
SJ402 Commending Ralph R. White, Jr. passed house
SJ403 Celebrating the life of Roger Clark Cooke. passed house
SJ404 Commending Douglas Waller. passed house
SJ405 Commending Kevin Watson. passed house
SJ406 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Robert Loren Thoburn. passed house
SJ407 Commending the Animal Welfare League of Arlington. passed house
SJ408 Celebrating the life of Brigadier General George Murrell Snead, Jr., USA (Ret.). passed house
SJ409 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ410 Celebrating the life of Henry L. Stevenson, Sr. passed house
SJ411 Commending Sarah E. Ragsdale. passed house
SJ412 Commending Harry T. Lester. passed house
SJ413 Commending the Virginia National Guard. passed house
SJ414 Commending Richard K. Taube. passed house
SJ415 Celebrating the life of the Honorable John W. Russell. passed house
SJ416 Commending the Reverend J. L. Williams. passed house
SJ417 Commending William B. Holtzman. passed house
SJ418 Commending the Madison County Rescue Squad. passed house
SJ419 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Donald Lawrence Trent, Sr. passed house
SJ420 Commending the YMCA of Arlington. dead
SJ421 Commending the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Education Facilities. passed house
SJ422 Celebrating the life of Susan Lucinda Morgan Armstrong. passed house
SJ423 Commending A New Lease on Life. passed house
SJ424 Commending Ken Aughenbaugh. passed house
SJ425 Commending the Portsmouth Chapter, The Links, Incorporated. passed house
SJ426 Celebrating the life of John H. Smedley, Sr. passed house
SJ427 Celebrating the life of Charles D. McGuire. passed house
SJ428 Commending Lynn A. Beebe. passed house
SJ429 Commending Dexter Adams. passed house
SJ430 Celebrating the life of James Stephen Harr. passed house
SJ431 Celebrating the life of Dawn Michele Lawson. passed house
SJ432 Celebrating the life of Robert James Sullivan, Jr. passed house
SJ433 Celebrating the life of Robert Earl Wetsel. passed house
SJ434 Commending Herbert V. Coulton, Sr. passed house
SJ435 Celebrating the life of Michael Marcellus Foreman. passed house
SJ436 Celebrating the life of Melvin S. Harmon, Jr. passed house
SJ437 Commending Nancy Dillon. passed house
SJ438 Commending the Providence Presbyterian Church Upward Basketball League. dead
SJ439 Commending Mosby Woods Elementary School. passed house
SJ440 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Gordon Duane Holloway. passed house
SJ441 Commending Sheri Cooper Osborne. passed house
SJ442 Celebrating the life of Delbert Ralph Snyder. passed house
SJ443 Commending Travis Brust. passed house
SJ444 Celebrating the life of Andrew John Hungerman III. passed house
SJ445 Celebrating the life of Laurel Tucker Duplessis. passed house
SJ446 Celebrating the life of John Everett Reed. passed house
SJ447 Celebrating the life of Patsy Thomas Smith. passed house
SJ448 Commending the Vinton Host Lions Club. passed house
SJ449 Celebrating the life of Robert E. Dayton. passed house
SJ450 Commending Billy Apperson. passed house
SJ451 Commending the York-James City-Williamsburg branch of the NAACP. passed house
SJ452 Celebrating the life of Joseph A. Gutierrez, Jr. passed house
SJ453 Celebrating the life of Trevor Jordan Times. passed house
SJ454 Celebrating the life of Lewis C. Waltrip, Sr. passed house
SJ455 South Vietnamese Recognition Day; designating as April 30, 2013, and each succeeding year. passed committee
SJ456 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Clifton Alexander Woodrum III. passed house
SJ457 Celebrating the life of Claude Dent, Jr. passed house
SR17 Religious freedom; supporting those suffering religious persecution and discrimination. dead
SR21 Commending the 2013 inductees into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame. passed senate
SR22 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Guy Stanley Hagy, Jr. passed senate
SR23 Senate; 2013 operating resolution. passed senate
SR24 Celebrating the life of Charles L. McGowan. passed senate
SR25 Commending Tonya Mallory. passed senate
SR26 Judges; nomination for election to circuit court. passed senate
SR27 Judges; nomination for election to general district court. passed senate
SR28 Judges; nomination for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed senate
SR29 Auditor of Public Accounts; nomination for election. passed senate
SR30 Tolls; Senate Committee on Finance to study ways to mitigate impact on State's disadvantaged. passed senate
SR31 Commending the Benedictine Sisters of Virginia. passed senate
SR32 Commending Angela Sumner Murphy. passed senate
SR33 Celebrating the life of Rear Admiral DeWitt Leroy Freeman, USN (Ret.). passed senate
SR34 Commending South Vietnamese Americans. dead
SR35 Commending the Charles City County Social Services Brown Bag Program. passed senate
SR36 Commending Nancy Davenport-Ennis. passed senate
SR37 Commending Walter Segaloff. passed senate
SR38 Commending the Newport News Fire Department Bomb Squad. passed senate
SR39 Celebrating the life of the Reverend John R. Briggs, Sr. passed senate
SR40 Commending William C. O'Donovan. passed senate
SR41 Celebrating the life of Brenna Jean Vorhis. passed senate
SR42 Commending Rose Rush. passed senate
SR43 Commending Orion Dunbar. passed senate
SR44 Commending the Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office. passed senate
SR45 Celebrating the life of C. J. Woollum. passed senate
SR46 Commending Michael and Doris Strickler. passed senate
SR47 Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed senate
SR48 Celebrating the life of Colonel Robert S. Cranston, USA (Ret.). passed senate
SR49 Commending Golden Horseshoe Golf Club. passed senate
SR50 Celebrating the life of Waldemar M. Riley. passed senate
SR51 Celebrating the life of Chief Master Sergeant Claude Vann, Jr., USAF (Ret.). passed senate