Delegate Ben Cline (R-Amherst)

Photo of Ben Cline
Party
Republican
District
24: Counties of Amherst (part), Augusta (part), Bath, and Rockbridge; Cities of Buena Vista and Lexington [map]
Took Office
January 2002
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Commerce and Labor, Courts of Justice, Finance, Militia, Police and Public Safety
Age
42
Website
bencline.com
Copatroning Habits
81% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 84% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 66% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
21.2% in 2013
Campaign Contributions
$31,082.84 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Medical Society of Virginia PAC PAC Richmond $1,500
Altria Manufacturer Richmond $1,500
Verizon PAC Richmond $1,000
VCTA PAC Richmond $1,000
Dominion PAC PAC Richmond $1,000
Community Loans of Ameria, Inc financial services GA $1,000
Virginia Bankers Association PAC Glen Allen $1,000
Allen Allen Allen & Allen attorney Richmond $1,000
Norfolks Southern Corporation transportation Richmond $500
Micron Technology, Inc technology Manassas $500

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Recent Mentions on Blogs

Senator Garrett and <b>Delegate</b> Cline endorse Mark Lloyd for GOP 5th <b>...</b>

May 16, 2014
In addition to securing the endorsement of Senator Tom Garrett, Mark Lloyd has received the endorsement of Delegate Ben Cline. Delegate Cline is the House Chairman of the Virginia Conservative Caucus. Both Cline and ...

<b>Delegate</b> Mark Berg Ice Cream Social with Special Guest <b>Delegate</b> <b>...</b>

April 10, 2014
Delegate Mark Berg Ice Cream Social with Special Guest Delegate Ben Cline. By GOP on April 10, 2014. A message and invitation from Delegate Mark Berg.Friends,The first half of next week, I will be in Richmond working yet again to pass a ...

Virginian Pilot: Behind Virginia&#39;s Medicaid fight lurk roads defeat <b>...</b>

April 8, 2014
All interesting stuff, but the most interesting revelation for local readers might be that Del. Ben Cline was behind a near-coup against House Speaker William Howell's leadership in back in November. He apparently had ...

<b>Ben Cline</b> versus Medicaid expansion | Lexington Democrats

March 10, 2014
... University showing that 56 percent of Virginia's registered voters-- including 55 percent of Republicans-- support expansion of Medicaid in the state under the Affordable Care Act, our State Delegate Ben Cline spoke Feb.

Bull Elephant: Howie Lind Out (<b>Ben Cline</b> In?) | Bearing Drift

January 26, 2014
Del. Cline's reaction? Prayer. Glad to be back home with the family this weekend. Making some big decisions. #USSenate #praying. — Delegate Ben Cline (@DelBenCline) January 25, 2014. Cline's entry into the lists would pit his own rising ...

Recent Mentions in the Media

WDBJ7: I-81 bridge in Rockbridge County named in honor of trooper

July 14, 2014
Creigh Deeds and Del. Ben Cline sponsored legislation to designate the I-81 bridge over the Maury River in Rockbridge County the Master Trooper Jerry L. Hines Memorial Bridge. Hines, 48, was shot and killed at approximately 11:55 p.m. on Feb. 20, 1989 ...Bridge Dedicated to Slain VSP Master TrooperNBC 29 Newsall 16 news articles »

WHSV: Virginia's Shortfall Worse Than Expected

July 11, 2014
Virginia's Shortfall Worse Than ExpectedIn the Valley, Delegate Ben Cline said the shortfall is the impact of what he calls the "Obama economy," which he said is hurting businesses and families. Cline said having such a large shortfall makes it difficult to look beyond the necessities, "We ...and more »

Lynchburg News and Advance: State budget cut's impact on Lynchburg minimal

June 30, 2014
State budget cut's impact on Lynchburg minimalHouse Bill 962, introduced by Del. Ben Cline, R-Rockbridge, was vetoed by Gov. Terry McAuliffe. It was McAuliffe's first veto as governor. The bill sought to clarify that guns in cars can be stowed in unlocked glove boxes or other compartments that close.and more »

WVTF: New Laws On the Books

June 30, 2014
Delegate Ben Cline's bill creates a real-time state registry of available psychiatric beds. Cline says other new laws will lengthen the time that people who are a danger to themselves or others may be held. ?We made changes to the emergency custody ...

Daily Press (blog): Virginia politics: From the courts and classrooms of the Peninsula, insight on ...

July 9, 2014
... a judge wants to give a second chance. Some of the House's leading lights on criminal law -- Del. Rob Bell, R-Albemarle, and Ben Cline, R-Lexington -- have argued that discretion can be abused and have pushed to do away with the practice altogether.

These are all of the video clips of Ben Cline’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 201 video clips in all.

Index

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Bills

  • HB3: Transportation funding; all provisions of 2013 Session omnibus bill to expire on July 1, 2014.
  • HB952: Court files; protection of confidential information.
  • HB962: Concealed handgun; carrying in a secured container or compartment in vehicle.
  • HB965: Governor's Child Safety Test; local school board to include as part of program of physical fitness.
  • HB967: Chief judges; duties.
  • HB969: Statute of limitations; injury to property, actions by the Commonwealth.
  • HB972: Protective orders; companion animals.
  • HB973: Traffic light signal photo-monitoring; system for traffic light enforcement.
  • HB974: Income tax, state and corporate; credit for food crop donations to a food bank.
  • HB976: Homicides, certain; accessories after the fact.
  • HB981: Alcoholic beverage control; certain tobacco laws, enforcement by Department of State Police.
  • HB983: Virginia Retirement System; retirement credits for special forest wardens.
  • HB985: Juvenile Correctional Facility in Natural Bridge, former; property conveyance.
  • HB986: Master Trooper Jerry L. Hines Memorial Bridge; designating as I81 bridges over Maury River.
  • HB987: Department of State Police; appointment of supervisory officers.
  • HB988: Coyotes; DGIF & VDACS to provide information & promote programs in assisting with control concerns.
  • HB989: Big game license; senior discount for special license.
  • HB991: Hunting and fishing licenses; special licenses for certain nonresident disabled veterans.
  • HB1196: Clerks offices; recordation, possession of child pornography, wills, etc.
  • HB1232: Acute psychiatric bed registry; DBHDS shall develop and administer a web-based registry.
  • HB1243: Income tax, corporate; tax rate shall be five % beginning taxable years on or after Jan. 1, 2015.
  • HB1256: Detention and removal of U.S. citizen from State; SPS shall request notification within 24 hours.
  • HJ164: Celebrating the life of Dennis Edward Clemmer.
  • HJ170: Constitutional amendment; right to acquire farm-produced food (first reference).
  • HJ172: Commending Ashby Page Entsminger.
  • HJ209: Commending Samuel H. Blackburn.
  • HJ339: Commending V. Frank Campbell, Jr.
  • HJ461: Celebrating the life of Rodney Hubbard.
  • HJ462: Celebrating the life of T. David Grist.
  • HJ463: Celebrating the life of R. K. Mast.
  • HJ464: Celebrating the life of Ella Gay McCurdy Potter.
  • HJ466: Commending Monelison Volunteer Rescue Squad.
  • HJ467: Commending Woodruff's Cafand Pie Shop.
  • HJ474: Celebrating the life of the Honorable William Kent Bowers.
  • HJ5085: Commending Jon Ellestad.
  • HJ5086: Commending Charles C. Singleton.
  • HJ5087: Commending Kelvin Brown.
  • HJ5088: Commending the Amherst County Public Library.
  • HR87: Commending Ashby Page Entsminger.
  • HB248: Income tax, corporate; eliminates tax for taxable years beginning on and after January 1, 2013.
  • HB1283: Child custody or visitation; person with a legitimate interest.
  • HB1360: Reckless driving; using a handheld personal communications device, penalty.
  • HB2001: General Assembly; no committee shall report any bill that creates a new refundable state tax credit.
  • HB2004: Trespasser; possessor of real property not liable for injury, exception.
  • HB2007: Testimony by custodians of records, lab analysts, etc.; use of two-way electronic communication.
  • HB2008: Criminal sentencing; mandatory minimum sentences, work release programs.
  • HB2009: VIEW; substance abuse screening and assessment of public assistance applicants and recipients.
  • HB2010: Motorcycles; motorcyclists who are 21 years old or older to ride without wearing helmets.
  • HB2012: Drones; moratorium on use of unmanned aircraft systems by state or local government department, etc.
  • HB2092: Tax information; disclosure.
  • HB2102: Uniform Commercial Code; secured transactions, filing of documents, etc.
  • HB2223: Private property rights; prevent infringement of under United Nations Agenda 21.
  • HB2229: Detention & removal of citizen from State; SPS shall request notification within 24 hours.
  • HB2301: Volunteer fire/EMS departments; localities may have ordinances that include billing property owners.
  • HB2304: Commercial use of seals of the Commonwealth; commemorative coins, recommendations.
  • HB2328: Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, Department of; list of licensed providers on website.
  • HJ677: Constitutional amendment; limitation on debts (first reference).
  • HJ678: Constitutional amendment; legislative sessions, term of Governor (first reference).
  • HJ729: Judges; election in circuit court, general district court, etc.
  • HJ741: Celebrating the life of Rene Raymond Dufour.
  • HJ782: Commending Thomas Wayne Fore.
  • HJ783: Commending Haney Mottley.
  • HJ864: Commending Jacob Parker Bailey.
  • HJ951: Commending the Temple Christian School girls' softball team.
  • HJ952: Commending Bath County High School.
  • HJ953: Commending Alfred Rose.
  • HR125: Judges; nomination for election to circuit court.
  • HR126: Judges; nomination for election to general district court.
  • HR127: Judges; nomination for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court.
  • HR232: Commending Richard B. Byrd.
  • HR233: Commending Percy Conway Nowlin III.
  • HR234: Commending Stuart L. Hall.
  • HB240: Amherst County; conveyance of certain property by Department of Conservation and Recreation.
  • HB241: Solid waste landfill; allows Rockbridge County to operate for an additional two years.
  • HB242: Cooperative Extension Service; requires maintaining local office in each county.
  • HB243: Virginia Investment Partnership Act; definitions.
  • HB244: Planning and Budget, Department of; submissions to General Assembly and Governor.
  • HB245: State agencies; procurement of nonprofessional services.
  • HB246: Legislation; prohibits any committee of General Assembly from reporting new state tax credit, etc.
  • HB247: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes computers and related computer equipment.
  • HB248: Income tax, corporate; eliminates tax for taxable years beginning on and after January 1, 2013.
  • HB249: VIEW; substance abuse screening and assessment of public assistance applicants and recipients.
  • HB250: Instructional spending; DOE to include in School Performance Report Card for school divisions.
  • HB745: Supreme Court of Virginia; required to develop weighted caseload system to assess caseloads, report.
  • HB746: Farm vehicles; exemption from registration.
  • HB747: Juvenile delinquency records; destruction of court records for underage possession of alcohol.
  • HB748: Expungement of cases; ineligibility for those deferred and dismissed.
  • HB749: Assault and battery; adds campus police officers to list for enhanced punishment.
  • HB750: Inherent authority; deferred disposition in criminal case.
  • HB751: Criminal street gang; recruitment of persons by telephone or electronic communication, penalty.
  • HB752: Strangulation of another; penalty.
  • HB753: Juvenile offenses; State attorney to file motion with court of offenses requiring registration.
  • HB754: Concealed handgun permit applications; removes option for locality to require fingerprints.
  • HB1161: Methamphetamine precursors; sale and tracking, penalties.
  • HB1162: Human embryos; research prohibited, penalty.
  • HB1282: Tuition, in-state; and educational benefits for unlawfully present aliens.
  • HB1283: Child custody or visitation; person with a legitimate interest.
  • HB1284: Circuit court clerks; duties.
  • HJ242: Commending Hunt Riegel.
  • HJ246: Judges; election in Supreme Court of Virginia, circuit court, district court, etc.
  • HJ272: Judges; election in Supreme Court of Virginia, circuit court, district court, etc.
  • HJ273: Judges; nominations for election to circuit court and general district.
  • HJ279: Commending Bobby Bondurant.
  • HJ280: Commending Harold Swisher.
  • HJ348: Commending Juanita Roberson.
  • HJ355: Celebrating the life of Marvin Warren Davis, Jr.
  • HJ363: Commending the Bath County High School volleyball team.
  • HJ403: Commending Frank Miriello.
  • HJ453: Celebrating the life of Captain Ronald Anton Erchul, USN (Ret.).
  • HJ460: Commending Kenneth S. Watts.
  • HJ461: Commending Mack Smith.
  • HJ462: Commending Boyd Walker.
  • HJ463: Commending Carroll Comstock.
  • HJ474: Commending Sharlet Rowley Bouchelle.
  • HJ475: Commending Sam Mays.
  • HJ476: Commending J. Mikel Clements.
  • HJ477: Commending Nancy Sorrells.
  • HJ515: Commending the Jefferson Pools at The Homestead.
  • HJ533: Judges; election in Court of Appeals, circuit court, general district court, etc.
  • HR13: Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia.
  • HR14: Judges; nominations for election to circuit court.
  • HR15: Judges; nominations for election to general district court.
  • HR16: Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court.
  • HR17: Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • HR18: State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • HB860: Income tax, corporate; reduces rate from 6 percent to 5.75 percent.
  • HB864: Court-appointed counsel; requires detailed accounting for representation expenses for each charge.
  • HB867: Community services boards; removes provision allowing employment of certain persons.
  • HB876: Fences along Interstate highways; VDOT to adhere to local policies in installing.
  • HB1447: Income tax, state; research and development expenses tax credit.
  • HB2145: Tax documents; specifies those admissible in court.
  • HB2146: State training centers and hospitals; same requirements for closure shall apply.
  • HB2147: Health benefits exchanges; abortion coverage not permitted.
  • HB2148: Trademark infringement; court in criminal proceeding to order that material be destroyed, etc.
  • HB2149: Commonwealth, Secretary of; elimination of need to publish printed certified list of local officers.
  • HB2150: Court fees; fixed misdemeanor and fixed felony fees.
  • HB2151: Income tax, corporate; eliminates State's tax for taxable years beginning January 1, 2011.
  • HB2152: Retirement System; purchase of prior service credit by certain retirees.
  • HB2153: Tuition, in-state; unlawfully present aliens in U.S. shall not be eligible.
  • HB2154: Virginia Initiative for Employment Not Welfare (VIEW) Program; eligibility.
  • HB2155: Warrants; authorizes local governments to regularly publish information relating thereto.
  • HB2156: Procurement of services; DGS to require state agency to procure certain services to private sector.
  • HB2183: Sales tax registration; allows dealers to register with local commissioner of the revenue.
  • HB2281: D N A data bank; modifies entities which Department of Forensic Science may release information.
  • HJ653: Commending the Riverheads High School football team.
  • HJ654: Commending Amherst County on the occasion of its 250th anniversary.
  • HJ760: Celebrating the life of Timothy Wayne Pigg.
  • HJ798: Celebrating the life of Private First Class David Taylor Miller.
  • HJ805: Commending the Gems of Rockbridge Geocaching Trail.
  • HJ852: Federal budget; General Assembly to make application to U.S. Congress to call a convention, etc.
  • HJ854: Celebrating the life of Ronald Earl Price.
  • HJ875: Celebrating the life of Felicia Coleman Matheny.
  • HJ895: Celebrating the life of Dr. Gordon Kyle Leonard.
  • HJ907: Commending Ernest Guill.
  • HJ908: Commending Ray Vandall.
  • HJ911: Commending Jim Gianniny.
  • HJ965: Commending John S. Rorer.
  • HJ969: Commending Frank Friedman.
  • HJ970: Commending Jack Page.
  • HJ983: Judge; election of a Supreme Court of Virginia Justice.
  • HB858: Procurement of services; requires each state agency to procure certain services from private sector.
  • HB859: State Corporation Commission; processing business entity formation documents.
  • HB860: Income tax, corporate; reduces rate from 6 percent to 5.75 percent.
  • HB861: Motion picture film production; provides income tax credits to any company with qualifying expenses.
  • HB862: Juveniles; punishment for possession, etc., of alcohol.
  • HB863: Driver's license, restricted; eliminates authority of court to issue for travel to and from school.
  • HB864: Court-appointed counsel; requires detailed accounting for representation expenses for each charge.
  • HB865: Assault and battery; if person commits against campus police officers, guilty of Class 6 felony.
  • HB866: Mutual aid agreements; includes private police forces of higher educational institutions.
  • HB867: Community services boards; removes provision allowing employment of certain persons.
  • HB868: Criminal street gang; any person who by telephone solicits another is guilty of a Class 6 felony.
  • HB869: Masks; prohibition on wearing in certain places, exception.
  • HB870: Concealed handgun permit; removes option for locality to require applicant to submit fingerprints.
  • HB871: Concealed handgun permit applications; upon denial, clerk to provide notice of right to hearing.
  • HB872: Credit Services Businesses Act; prohibited practices.
  • HB873: Juvenile correctional facilities; DJJ to maintain at least one facility for nonviolent offenders.
  • HB874: Cigarette tax; changes time for affixing tax stamps to cigarette packs.
  • HB875: Charter; Town of Amherst.
  • HB876: Fences along Interstate highways; VDOT to adhere to local policies in installing.
  • HB1352: Marijuana field test results; may be given by law-enforcement officer to defendant or guardian.
  • HB1353: DUI; prohibited while operating a school bus, penalty.
  • HB1354: Uninsured motorist insurance; coverage for nonresident motor vehicle insured in another state.
  • HB1355: Bifurcated trial; when jury cannot agree on punishment, court shall impanel different jury.
  • HB1366: Sex offender; prohibition of entry onto school or child day care center property.
  • HJ273: Commending Joan Manley.
  • HJ389: Celebrating the life of Specialist Christopher James Coffland.
  • HJ390: Celebrating the life of Carolyn Simpson Gay.
  • HJ402: Commending the George C. Marshall Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America.
  • HJ403: Commending Donald T. Wood.
  • HJ404: Commending Vernon L. Wood.
  • HJ405: Commending Leon J. Parrish.
  • HJ406: Commending Steve Crowder.
  • HJ407: Commending Pleasant View Elementary School.
  • HJ408: Commending Robert Christopher Trani.
  • HJ449: Commending Roger Lee Bradley.
  • HJ450: Commending the Town of Amherst on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • HB1360: Planning and Budget, Director of Department; required to have searchable budget database website.
  • HB1364: Income tax, state; subtraction for National Guard or Reserve personnel pay.
  • HB1558: Public Procurement Act; verification of legal presence of contractors for employment.
  • HB2285: Auditor of Public Accounts; duties, standard vendor accounting information to include certain info.
  • HB2286: Procurement of services; Director of Division of Purchases to require certain agencies to procure.
  • HB2287: Planning and Budget, Department of; required to provide copies of all agency budget estimates.
  • HB2288: Community services board; removes provision allowing employment of person convicted of assault.
  • HB2289: Real and personal property taxes; duty to provide information to commissioner of revenue.
  • HB2290: Income tax, state; animal adoption fee tax credit.
  • HB2291: Release of deed of trust; prohibits settlement agents, etc. from facilitating an assignment.
  • HB2292: Workers' Compensation Act; insurance notices.
  • HB2441: Corrections, Department of; powers and duties of Director.
  • HB2633: Assault and battery; penalty when against campus police officer.
  • HB2634: Unborn child pain information; requires doctors to offer to anesthetize fetus prior to abortion.
  • HB2635: Warrants, local; authorizes local governments to publish information relating thereto.
  • HB2636: Hunting and fishing; special license for youth groups.
  • HB2637: Arrests; requires fingerprints be taken and forwarded to Central Criminal Records Exchange.
  • HJ1011: Commending Thomas E. Keiser, Jr.
  • HJ1012: Commending David Dickinson.
  • HJ1013: Commending Laura Lee Hostetter.
  • HJ1014: Commending Vann E. Staton.
  • HJ1015: Commending the Honorable John W. Knapp, Sr.
  • HJ1016: Commending Roberta B. Lyle.
  • HJ1017: Commending James Todd Jones.
  • HJ1018: Commending John C. Walker.
  • HJ1019: Commending the Amherst Life Saving & First Aid Crew, Inc.
  • HJ1031: Celebrating the life of Pamela Hall Staats.
  • HR66: Commending Central Elementary School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HR67: Commending Colonel Tim Golden.
  • HR68: Commending Ron Smith.
  • HB1357: Taxpayer Surplus Relief Fund; established to provide tax relief.
  • HB1358: State agencies; procurement of nonprofessional services by certain.
  • HB1359: Planning and Budget, Department of; submissions of agency budget estimates to General Assembly.
  • HB1360: Planning and Budget, Director of Department; required to have searchable budget database website.
  • HB1361: Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; duties of Director.
  • HB1362: Misuse of public assets; penalty.
  • HB1363: Trademarks and service marks; registration and protection, penalties.
  • HB1364: Income tax, state; subtraction for National Guard or Reserve personnel pay.
  • HB1365: Income tax, state; animal adoption fee tax credit.
  • HB1366: Probation; waiver of fourth amendment rights as condition.
  • HB1555: Lance Corporal Daniel Todd Morris Bridge; designating as bridge over I-81 at Steeles Tavern.
  • HB1556: Unborn child pain information; requires doctors to offer to anesthetize fetus prior to abortion.
  • HB1557: Mopeds; limitations on operation thereof.
  • HB1558: Public Procurement Act; verification of legal presence of contractors for employment.
  • HJ521: Commending the National Park System for its valuable contributions to the Commonwealth.
  • HJ576: Commending Maynard Reynolds.
  • HJ577: Commending Linda Krantz.
  • HJ578: Commending Harvey L. Hotinger.
  • HJ579: Commending K. L. Fix.
  • HJ580: Commending the Virginia World War II Heritage Alliance.
  • HJ581: Commending the Amherst County High School football team.
  • HJ582: Commending Thomas Wayne Fore, Sr.
  • HJ583: Commending Joseph Albert.
  • HJ584: Commending Elon Elementary School.
  • HJ585: Commending Pleasant View Elementary School.
  • HJ586: Commending Jason Campbell.
  • HJ587: Commending C. Manly Rucker III.
  • HJ6025: Commending Donald G. Austin.
  • HJ6053: Commending Joan Manley.
  • HJ6063: Celebrating the life of Charles A. Potter, Sr.
  • HB2136: Taxpayer Surplus Relief Fund; created.
  • HB2137: State agencies; procurement of services by certain.
  • HB2138: Planning and Budget, Department of; submissions to General Assembly.
  • HB2166: Education; expenditures and reports on instructional spending.
  • HB2167: Retail Sales and Use Tax; limited exemption on computers and related peripheral equipment.
  • HB2168: Community College Transfer Grant program; created.
  • HB2169: Tuition, In-state; illegal aliens not eligible.
  • HB2452: Operation of vehicles; consolidates provisions thereto by nonresidents from other states, etc.
  • HB2453: Driving without a license; enhanced penalties for persons convicted multiple times.
  • HB2454: Driving under influence of alcohol; three times in 10 years shall be permanently revoked.
  • HB2455: Indecent language;use thereof via computer with intent to harass, etc.
  • HB2456: Information about anesthesia for fetuses; doctors required to offer.
  • HB2457: Fire Marshal, Office of; transfers enforcement of Fire Prevention Code thereto.
  • HB2458: Self defense; person is justified using physical force when person enters dwelling unlawfully.
  • HB2459: Incapacitated adults; increase penalties for certain crimes against.
  • HB2686: Income tax, state; animal adoption tax credit.
  • HB2693: Retirement System; certain conditions for retirees hired as nurses.
  • HB2694: Resources Authority; expands projects that can be financed to include land conserv. & preservation.
  • HB2695: Dams, low-head; owners to use signs, etc. to warn public of hazards of swimming, etc. posed thereby.
  • HB3022: Income tax, state; filing threshold amounts, personal exemptions therefor.
  • HB3170: Sewage sludge; person seeking permit to apply to land to identify specific sites it will be applied.
  • HB3192: Revolutionary War cemeteries and graves; disbursement of funds appropriated for caring therefor.
  • HJ639: Religious freedom at public institutions of higher education; SCHEV to establish guidelines.
  • HJ676: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Fund and Transportation Trust Fund, etc. (first reference).
  • HJ692: Open-Space & Farmlands, Joint Sub. Studying Funding Sources for Purchase of Development Rights.
  • HJ772: Constitutional amendment; establishes limits on ability to take private property.
  • HJ932: Celebrating the life of George Mercer Brooke, Jr.
  • HJ933: Celebrating the life of Clarence Thomas Cash, Sr.
  • HJ937: Commending Michael E. Stinnett.
  • HJ938: Commending Richard M. Wydner, Jr.
  • HJ939: Commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Marshall Plan for European Economic Recovery.
  • HJ982: Commending Mountain City Lodge No. 67 AF&AM on the 150th anniversary of its founding.
  • HJ983: Commending David McDaniel.
  • HJ984: Commending Leroy Wheeler.
  • HJ985: Commending Penny Fauber.
  • HJ986: Commending John Armstrong.
  • HJ987: Commending the Monelison Middle School Destination ImagiNation team.
  • HJ988: Commemorating the State of Oklahomas Centennial Year.
  • HJ989: Commending the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution.
  • HJ990: Commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the birth of Robert E. Lee.
  • HJ991: Commending the Amherst Womans Club on the occasion of its 35th anniversary.
  • HJ992: Commending the Amherst County High School football team.
  • HJ993: Commending Operation Golden Rule.
  • HJ994: Commending the Riverheads High School football team.
  • HJ995: Commending the spouses and dependents of United States military personnel.
  • HJ1007: Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Daniel Todd Morris.
  • HB850: Income tax, state; revenue surplus tax credit.
  • HB1122: State agencies; services to be procured from private sector if on commercial activity list.
  • HB1123: Planning & Budget, Department of; required to provide copies of agncy budget estimate for Gov. & GA.
  • HB1124: Retail Sales & Use Tax; revenue distribution to localities based on real estate tax revenue growth.
  • HB1125: Retail sales and use tax; exemption for school-related items.
  • HB1126: Income tax, individual and corporate; motion picture production company tax credit.
  • HB1127: Rail Enhancement Fund; certain percentage of expenditures committed to intermodal rail projects.
  • HB1128: Lottery; Department prohibited from charging fees to individual for using copyrighted words, etc.
  • HB1129: Lottery tickets; prohibits sale thereof over Internet.
  • HB1130: Game and Inland Fisheries, Board of; changes manner in which appointments are made.
  • HB1131: Game and Inland Fisheries, Board of; Auditor of Public Accounts to conduct annual audit of accounts.
  • HB1132: Off-shore natural gas exploration; Liaison Office to enact legislation to exempt existing moratorium
  • HB1133: Consumer products; retailers allowed to sell existing inventories thereof.
  • HB1134: Sludge Management Permit Fee Fund; Bd. of Health to promulgate regulations for deposits therein.
  • HB1135: Tuition, in-state; educational benefits for illegal aliens military personnel and their dependants.
  • HB1136: Community College Transfer Grant Program Fund; created.
  • HB1137: Richard Bland College; closure.
  • HB1138: Drug use in public schools; instruction on dangers of methamphetamine and OxyContin use.
  • HB1139: Hospice programs; regulation thereof.
  • HB1140: Defendants; reimbursement for payment of reward.
  • HB1141: Identity theft; penalty.
  • HB1142: General Assembly; Senate and House Committees on Standards of Conduct.
  • HB1577: Concealed handgun permits; renewal thereof.
  • HB1578: Concealed weapon permits; adds definition of personal knowledge.
  • HB1579: Volunteer Firefighters' and Rescue Squad Workers' Service Award Fund Board; membership changes.
  • HB1580: Interstate Route 81;construction of improvements halted.
  • HB1581: Interstate Route 81 Corridor; diversion of truck traffic.
  • HB5073: Interstate Route 81; VDOT to halt all negotiation w/STAR Solutions for construction of improvements.
  • HB5074: State police officers; hiring of additional persons.
  • HB5075: Income tax, state; railroad company tax credit for those lines located in western Virginia.
  • HJ121: Constitution of United States; urging Congress to call constitutional convention to amend.
  • HJ122: Public rest areas; VDOT to collect data on their proximity to 24-hour facilities.
  • HJ123: Religious freedom; SCHEV to establish guidelines for religious activity at educational institutions.
  • HJ482: Celebrating the life of Eddie L. Rodwell.
  • HJ483: Celebrating the life of William Ernest Sandidge, Jr.
  • HJ484: Celebrating the life of Robert E. Williams.
  • HJ534: Commending Georgie Staton.
  • HJ535: Commending Ronnie R. Campbell.
  • HJ536: Commending Harold F. Kidd.
  • HJ537: Commending Jean T. Clark.
  • HJ538: Commending Amherst County High School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HJ539: Commending the 2005 Amherst American Angels All-Star Team.
  • HJ540: Commending the Madison Heights Dixie Youth American All-Stars baseball team.
  • HJ541: Commending the Monelison Middle School Girls' Power Team.
  • HJ542: Commending William E. Dawson II.
  • HJ543: Commending Augustine J. Fagan.
  • HJ544: Commending William Starke Mundy III.
  • HJ5054: Celebrating the lives of Judith Anna Spencer Lewis and Lawrence Gladding Lewis, Jr.
  • HJ5155: Celebrating the life of James Patrick Hall.
  • HJ5156: Celebrating the life of Clarence Leitch Tardy.
  • HJ5163: Commending WAMV AM radio on the occasion of its 30th anniversary.