Delegate Chris Peace (R-Mechanicsville)

Photo of Chris Peace
Party
Republican
District
97: Counties of Hanover (part), King William (part), and New Kent [map]
Took Office
January 2006
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Appropriations, General Laws, Health, Welfare and Institutions
Age
38
Website
chrispeace.com
Copatroning Habits
80% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 77% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 67% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
40% in 2014
Campaign Contributions
$45,304.33 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Medical Society of Virginia PAC Physicians Richmond $3,500
CPA/PAC of Virginia Accounting Glen Allen $1,000
Micron Technology Inc. Technology ID $500
Altria Client Services Inc. Consumer Products Richmond $500
Abbott Laboratories Employee PAC Pharmaceuticals IL $500
The American Electric Power Company - VA Committee for Responsible Govt Energy PAC Glade Spring $500
AssociaPAC political action committee TX $500
Diageo North America, Inc Beverages CT $250
Republic Services Inc waste management AZ $250

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Recent Mentions in the Media

Hanover Herald Progress: Hanover board airs legislative goals to state lawmakers

December 11, 2014
One of the county's priorities for the upcoming state legislative session is already a big focus of some Virginia lawmakers ? industrial residuals, better known as sludge. Del. Chris Peace, R-97, has pre-filed legislation for the 2015 General Assembly ...

Charles City Chronicle: State Water Control Board approves DEQ permit for sludge disposal in New KentNew Kent

December 12, 2014
- Delegate Chris Peace is spearheading legislation to institute tougher regulations to dispose of sludge on farmlands. In a released statement, Peace has pledged to work with colleagues to prohibit the use of potentially hazardous material and create a ...

Hanover Herald Progress: Editorial: Sludge solution

December 4, 2014
It appears 97th District Del. Chris Peace (R) has answered that call, though we begrudgingly can't take full credit ? the proposal drew fierce opposition in many of the other counties it impacted as well. Nov. 25, Peace announced plans to file two ...and more »

Richmond Times-Dispatch: Set the clock: parade starts an hour earlier

December 2, 2014
Duck Waddell; Frank Whitaker; Richmond Harley Owners Group; Del. Chris Peace; Ed Via, Ashland District, Hanover County Board of Supervisors; K95's Catfish and Lori, grand marshals; Hanover Christmas Mother Melanie Goodpasture. Lee-Davis High ...and more »

Charles City Chronicle: Cosby Mill Road in New Kent could reopen to traffic by late JanuaryNew Kent

November 25, 2014
- But during a meeting tonight (Tuesday) hosted by VDOT, Del. Chris Peace, and Board of Supervisors District 1 representative Thomas Evelyn, the more than 30 county residents in attendance at the Quinton Community Center learned the road could ...

These are all of the video clips of Chris Peace’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 148 video clips in all.

Index

Jan 16, 2009Jan 23, 2009Jan 23, 2009Jan 23, 2009Jan 23, 2009Jan 23, 2009Jan 28, 2009Jan 28, 2009Jan 29, 2009Jan 29, 2009Feb 02, 2009Feb 04, 2009Feb 04, 2009Feb 06, 2009Feb 06, 2009Feb 06, 2009Feb 19, 2009Feb 24, 2009Feb 25, 2009Feb 25, 2009Feb 25, 2009Feb 26, 2009Feb 26, 2009Jan 19, 2010Jan 22, 2010Jan 27, 2010Jan 29, 2010Jan 29, 2010Feb 01, 2010Feb 01, 2010Feb 02, 2010Feb 02, 2010Feb 03, 2010Feb 03, 2010Feb 04, 2010Feb 08, 2010Feb 08, 2010Feb 12, 2010Feb 15, 2010Feb 24, 2010Feb 24, 2010Feb 25, 2010Feb 26, 2010Mar 01, 2010Mar 02, 2010Mar 03, 2010Mar 05, 2010Mar 05, 2010Mar 08, 2010Mar 08, 2010Mar 10, 2010Jan 21, 2011Jan 24, 2011Jan 24, 2011Jan 27, 2011Jan 28, 2011Jan 31, 2011Jan 31, 2011Feb 03, 2011Feb 03, 2011Feb 07, 2011Feb 07, 2011Feb 07, 2011Feb 08, 2011Feb 09, 2011Feb 09, 2011Feb 09, 2011Feb 09, 2011Feb 15, 2011Feb 16, 2011Feb 16, 2011Feb 16, 2011Feb 16, 2011Feb 16, 2011Feb 17, 2011Feb 17, 2011Feb 17, 2011Feb 18, 2011Feb 18, 2011Feb 18, 2011Feb 21, 2011Feb 21, 2011Feb 22, 2011Feb 22, 2011Feb 22, 2011Feb 23, 2011Feb 23, 2011Feb 25, 2011Jan 16, 2012Jan 17, 2012Jan 25, 2012Jan 26, 2012Jan 26, 2012Jan 30, 2012Jan 30, 2012Jan 31, 2012Feb 01, 2012Feb 01, 2012Feb 03, 2012Feb 03, 2012Feb 06, 2012Feb 07, 2012Feb 07, 2012Feb 10, 2012Feb 11, 2012Feb 14, 2012Feb 15, 2012Feb 20, 2012Feb 20, 2012Feb 21, 2012Feb 23, 2012Feb 24, 2012Feb 24, 2012Feb 27, 2012Mar 05, 2012Mar 05, 2012Mar 05, 2012Mar 05, 2012Mar 06, 2012Mar 08, 2012Mar 09, 2012Apr 18, 2012Apr 18, 2012Jun 20, 2012Jan 16, 2013Jan 17, 2013Jan 21, 2013Jan 22, 2013Jan 22, 2013Jan 22, 2013Jan 28, 2013Jan 28, 2013Jan 28, 2013Jan 29, 2013Jan 30, 2013Feb 04, 2013Feb 04, 2013Feb 04, 2013Feb 04, 2013Feb 04, 2013Jan 20, 2014Jan 21, 2014Jan 23, 2014Jan 24, 2014Jan 27, 2014Jan 29, 2014Feb 03, 2014Feb 19, 2014

Bills

  • HB902: Virginia-recognized Indian Tribes; contracts with firms to perform building function on Reservation.
  • HB905: Vital Records, State Registrar of; disclosure of death index information.
  • HB1046: Nurse practitioners, licensed; treatment of injured employee within scope of practice.
  • HB1047: Income tax, state; working family child care tax credit.
  • HB1363: Industrial waste; land application unlawful in certain counties.
  • HB1364: Industrial wastes; fees for testing and monitoring of land application.
  • HB885: Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; filing of claims.
  • HB886: Higher Education for Virginia, State Council of; postsecondary education and employment data.
  • HB887: Governor's Career and Technical Education School; establishing a jointly operated high school.
  • HB888: Uniform assessment instrument; regulations.
  • HB890: Social worker; family-services specialists & qualified equivalent workers allowed to perform tasks.
  • HB891: Health regulatory boards; powers and duties, special conference committees.
  • HB894: Auxiliary grants; expands eligibility for program to certain individuals.
  • HB897: Private security services businesses; exception for certified public accountants.
  • HB898: Civil penalty; untaxed tobacco products.
  • HB899: Condominium Act; purchaser's right of cancellation.
  • HB900: Condominium Act and Property Owners' Association Act; allowable fees, etc.
  • HB901: Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; public offering statement, multisite registration.
  • HB902: Virginia-recognized Indian Tribes; contracts with firms to perform building function on Reservation.
  • HB903: Commonwealth, Secretary of the; liaison to Virginia Indian tribes.
  • HB905: Vital Records, State Registrar of; disclosure of death index information.
  • HB923: Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure method of information to recipient.
  • HB1045: Contractors, Board for; additional monetary penalty for certain violations.
  • HB1046: Nurse practitioners, licensed; treatment of injured employee within scope of practice.
  • HB1047: Income tax, state; working family child care tax credit.
  • HB1095: Innovation and Technology Transportation Fund; created, report.
  • HB1235: DHP; use of implantable medical devices distributed by physician-owned distributorships.
  • HB1236: Foster care and adoption assistance; DSS to amend state plan to include payments up to age 21.
  • HB1252: Child welfare agencies; criminal history background checks requirement established.
  • HJ148: Oral health; recognizing importance as part of overall health.
  • HJ5021: Commending Dr. Leonard L. Edloe.
  • HJ5022: Celebrating the life of Robert Ryland Musick.
  • HR59: Commending Bob Bowles.
  • HR60: Commending Sheltering Arms.
  • HR61: Commending the Hanover High School baseball team.
  • HR62: Commending the St. Christopher's School baseball team.
  • HR63: Commending the Mechanicsville American Legion Post 175 baseball team.
  • HR64: Commending Virginia A. Habansky.
  • HR145: Celebrating the life of William T. Patrick, Jr.
  • HR504: Celebrating the life of Grace Hall Eddleton.
  • HR506: Commending Dr. Mark R. Jones.
  • HR524: Celebrating the life of Connor Sean Scanlan.
  • HR525: Commending R. David Ross.
  • HR540: Celebrating the life of Thomas Tyler Potterfield.
  • HR551: Celebrating the life of Renee Saunders Parr.
  • HR558: Celebrating the life of Peter Murray Johns.
  • HB264: Interstate Health Care Compact; established.
  • HB267: Dental laboratories; register with Board of Dentistry.
  • HB274: Circuit court judges; increases number in Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, decreases in Seventeenth.
  • HB1242: Dangerous wild animals; Class 1 misdemeanor to privately possess, sell, transfer, etc.
  • HB2030: Health insurance; installment payments of cost-sharing obligations associated with prescriptions.
  • HB2031: Audiology and speech-language pathology; provisional license.
  • HB2033: Provisional driver's license; restriction exceptions.
  • HB2054: RS&UT; exemption includes property used for harvesting forest products.
  • HB2062: Executive Mansion, Citizens' Advisory Council on Furnishing and Interpreting; membership.
  • HB2065: Juvenile correctional centers; offenses committed by persons committed to DJJ, etc.
  • HB2066: Standards of Quality; assignment of certain staff by local school divisions.
  • HB2072: Condemnation; local application process.
  • HB2078: Public procurement; increases public notice of requests for proposals, technical amendments.
  • HB2093: Circuit court judges; increases number in Fifteenth Judicial Circuit.
  • HB2139: State officers and employees; removal of certain officers from office.
  • HB2196: Tolls; Interstate Highway System components.
  • HB2197: Wills, trusts, powers of attorney, etc.; construction of use of old Code sections.
  • HB2219: Cigarette taxes; certain bond or irrevocable letter of credit requirements.
  • HB2275: Condominium Act; expands respective declarant control period, warranty review committees.
  • HJ764: Commending the Virginia Capitol Foundation.
  • HR112: Celebrating the life of Elmore Whitehurst.
  • HR113: Celebrating the life of Chief Oscar C. Watson.
  • HR114: Commending Suzanne M. Sherman.
  • HR115: Commending the Bridging Communities Regional Career and Technical Center.
  • HR116: Commending Richmond Hill.
  • HB262: Transportation Board; adds urban and rural at-large members.
  • HB263: Correctional enterprises; Director of Purchases & Supply et al., to grant certain exemption, report.
  • HB264: Interstate Health Care Compact; established.
  • HB265: Health Professions, Board of; required to meet annually rather than quarterly.
  • HB266: Surgery; definition and who may perform.
  • HB267: Dental laboratories; register with Board of Dentistry.
  • HB268: Occupational therapy; definition.
  • HB269: Certificate of public need; process for review & approval of psychiatric & substance abuse services.
  • HB270: Public guardianship and conservator program; VDA to adopt person-centered practice procedures.
  • HB271: Substance Abuse Recovery Support Services Grant Program; established, report.
  • HB272: Death, marriage, or divorce records; changes time period before becomes public.
  • HB273: DCJS; requires provide minimum training standards for juvenile correctional officers.
  • HB274: Circuit court judges; increases number in Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, decreases in Seventeenth.
  • HB275: Accountancy, Board of; confidentiality of certain information.
  • HB276: Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credits; eligibility of certain mediators.
  • HB277: Cigarette tax stamps, local; same technology used or required by State.
  • HB327: Historic structures; demolition.
  • HB764: Higher educational institutions; indemnification agreements.
  • HB765: College partnership laboratory schools; development of programs with public school divisions.
  • HB1185: The Road to Revolution; expands potential for sites on state heritage trail.
  • HB1242: Dangerous wild animals; Class 1 misdemeanor to privately possess, sell, transfer, etc.
  • HB1273: Chemotherapy; requirements for orally administered cancer drugs.
  • HJ56: Commending the Lee-Davis High School softball team.
  • HJ422: Commending Kirk Rohle.
  • HR33: Commending Beulah Baptist Church.
  • HR42: Commending the Older Dominion Partnership.
  • HR43: Commending the Lenoid and Bessie Fowlkes family.
  • HB720: Health insurance choice; created.
  • HB724: Open Education Curriculum Board; established.
  • HB1465: Higher educational institutions; policies prohibitting admission of illegal aliens.
  • HB1601: Aggravated involuntary manslaughter; punishment when committed by unlicensed driver.
  • HB1602: Virginia War of 1812 Heritage Trail; established.
  • HB1603: License plates, special; issuance to those marking bicentennial of American War of 1812.
  • HB1822: Local Defense Production Zone; created and creates a separate classification of machinery and tools.
  • HB2033: Prepayment of fines; circuit court may enter order for paying those under traffic infraction.
  • HB2034: Attorney General; investigation of complaints.
  • HB2035: Medicaid fraud; restitution.
  • HB2036: Commitment on parole supervision; court services unit to consult with local social services.
  • HB2037: Social work; unlawful for person not licensed by Board of Social Work to use title social worker.
  • HB2038: Cigarette tax; Tax Commissioner shall convene a working group to review current policies, report.
  • HB2364: Joint aid agreements by localities; localities to arrange aid to and from other localities.
  • HB2365: Virginia Racing Commission; authorization to join Interstate Racing and Wagering Compact.
  • HB2373: Medical malpractice; privileged communications of certain committees.
  • HB2520: Advisory boards, councils, and other advisory collegial bodies, certain; elimination.
  • HJ529: Celebrating the life of Kirby Hugh Porter.
  • HJ530: Celebrating the life of Dean Ridings.
  • HJ531: Celebrating the life of Thelma Rose Crump Wilson.
  • HJ532: Commending John H. Hodges.
  • HJ533: Commending Robert M. Ostergren.
  • HJ565: Amendments convention; expresses sense of General Assembly that Congress call convention.
  • HJ566: Oral chemotherapy drugs; Joint Commission on Health Care to study access thereto.
  • HJ588: Commending Stewart D. Roberson.
  • HJ624: Shellfish industry and state regulators; USFDA, et al., to work to improve shellfish safety.
  • HJ711: Commending the Hanover Ruritan Club.
  • HJ718: Celebrating the life of Frederick W. Peatross.
  • HJ755: Commending Marian A. White.
  • HR46: State sovereignty; Congress urged to honor Tenth Amendment to U.S. Constitution.
  • HB706: General Assembly deadlines; computation of time.
  • HB707: Water and sewer charges; adds Counties of Caroline and New Kent to those localities that may impose.
  • HB708: Home health care organization; establish policies for maintaining a drug-free workplace.
  • HB709: Electronic textbooks; allows for purchase of printed textbooks, etc., for public schools.
  • HB710: Health care data and reporting; increase awareness thereof through nonprofit organization websites.
  • HB711: Judgment; circuit court may decree sale of real estate used as owner's primary residence to enforce.
  • HB712: Law-enforcement employees; overtime compensation.
  • HB713: Contractors, Board for; prerequisite for obtaining business license.
  • HB714: Foreclosure sales; trustee to pay taxes.
  • HB715: Deed of trust; allows title insurance companies authority settlement agents have to release lien.
  • HB716: Intellectual property created by state employees; adds new reporting requirements.
  • HB717: Civil War Site Preservation Fund; established.
  • HB718: Children; Governor and DSS to develop and implement plan to reduce number in foster care.
  • HB719: Uniform Power of Attorney Act; established within Code of Virginia.
  • HB720: Health insurance choice; created.
  • HB721: Courthouse and courtroom security; sheriff to contract to private security business therefor.
  • HB722: Individual health insurance coverage; resident of State shall not be required to obtain a policy.
  • HB723: Podiatry; testifying as an expert witness, definition of practice.
  • HB724: Open Education Curriculum Board; established.
  • HB725: Polysomnographic Technology, Advisory Board on; established.
  • HB726: Mandated health insurance benefits; Commission to review for medical efficacy.
  • HB967: Assisted living facility and group home; no more than 8 aged, infirmed, etc., persons shall reside.
  • HB1350: Post-Disaster Anti-Price Gouging Act; time of disaster.
  • HB1389: College Partnership Laboratory Schools; established.
  • HJ13: Celebrating the 40th birthday of Secretariat on March 30, 2010.
  • HJ101: Virginia Workplace Readiness Skills and test; Board of Education to approve revised version, report.
  • HJ103: Celebrating the life of John Harding Ball, Jr.
  • HJ191: Health insurance choice; SCT, et al. to appropriate trade associations, etc., to develop blueprint.
  • HJ196: Commending the Chesapeake Bioscience Education Foundation.
  • HJ237: Celebrating the life of Oriana Robertson Hargrove.
  • HB13: Stalking; enhanced penalty if victim is a minor.
  • HB141: License plates, special; issuance to supporters of the Road to Revolution state heritage trail.
  • HB751: Involuntary commitment hearings; accessibility of results by colleges and universities.
  • HB752: Higher educational institutions; mental health record release authorization when enrolling.
  • HB1296: Towing and Recovery Operator, Board of; postpones effective date of any regulations.
  • HB1326: Retail Sales and Use Tax: exemptions for textbooks extended to students at institutions of learning.
  • HB1550: Service of process; plaintiff requesting on defendant where service was not had, plaintiff must pay.
  • HB1619: Distribution of handbills in highway right-of-way; grants City of Falls Church, etc. to prohibit.
  • HB1721: Income tax, state; homebuyer tax credit.
  • HB1808: Income tax, state; homebuyer tax credit.
  • HB1938: Income tax, state; increases livable home tax credit.
  • HB1939: Radiologist assistants; licensure.
  • HB1940: Open Education Resource Center Grant Fund; established, development of two-year pilot project.
  • HB1941: Patent and copyright policies; requires Secretaries of Administration and Technology to establish.
  • HB1942: Single-sex education; clarifies manner school boards may establish program in school division.
  • HB1943: Optometrists; those licensed may sell contact lenses & allowed to dispense ophthalmic devices.
  • HB1944: Succession; determination of parent-child relationship in determining rights to property.
  • HB1945: Regional alternative education programs; certain students may be administratively assigned thereto.
  • HB1946: Case and financial management systems; Ex. Secretary of Supreme Court responsible for.
  • HB2436: Assault and battery; penalty when against emergency room personnel.
  • HB2661: Recordation tax; exemption.
  • HJ680: Native Americans of Virginia; General Assembly to support establishment of commemorative commission.
  • HJ683: Retailers for Life Month; designating as April 2009, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ691: Celebrating the life of Robert Edward Shepherd, Jr.
  • HJ692: Celebrating the life of Michael Sean Tansey.
  • HJ695: Commending New Kent County Courthouse on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • HJ730: Large animal veterinarians; Va.-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Med. to study shortage of.
  • HJ792: Assisted Living Awareness Day; designating September 15, 2009, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ871: Commending J. Roy Geiger.
  • HJ880: Celebrating the life of Jane Rowe Reynolds Murray.
  • HJ947: Celebrating the life of Carlton Miles Southworth.
  • HJ1000: Commending Lee-Davis High School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HJ5008: Celebrating the life of Frances Nelson Gray.
  • HR61: State sovereignty; urging Congress to honor under tenth amendment of U. S. Constitution.
  • HB1: Disabled veteran; definition thereof.
  • HB13: Stalking; enhanced penalty if victim is a minor.
  • HB14: Higher educational institutions; aliens unlawfully present not eligible for admission thereto.
  • HB136: School; definition thereof for purposes of prohibiting weapons on school grounds.
  • HB137: Textbook purchases; permits local school boards to enter into contracts with publishers.
  • HB138: Adoption; filing of petition.
  • HB139: Income tax, state; tax credit for certain biodiesel fuels producers.
  • HB140: Governing bodies & school boards, local; required to annually publish their approved budgets online.
  • HB141: License plates, special; issuance to supporters of the Road to Revolution state heritage trail.
  • HB294: Water and sewage connections; New Kent County to require connection by certain property owners.
  • HB536: Court-appointed counsel; compensation in district court for those defending juvenile offenders.
  • HB751: Involuntary commitment hearings; accessibility of results by colleges and universities.
  • HB752: Higher educational institutions; mental health record release authorization when enrolling.
  • HB753: Virginia Criminal Information Network (VCIN); protective order information sent thereto, expiration.
  • HB754: Horse racing; local referendum.
  • HB1296: Towing and Recovery Operator, Board for; postpones effective date of any regulations.
  • HB1326: Retail Sales and Use Tax: exemptions for textbooks extended to students at institutions of learning.
  • HB1327: Custody and visitation; ex parte orders.
  • HB1328: Stalking; enhanced penalties.
  • HB1329: Communication towers, state-owned; wireless broadband service in unserved areas.
  • HB1550: Service of process; plaintiff requesting on defendant where service was not had, plaintiff must pay.
  • HB6009: Trooper Robert Tinsley Lohr Memorial Bridge; designating as Rt. 207 bridge over I-95 in Caroline.
  • HB6010: Trooper Robin Lee Farmer Memorial Bridge; designating as Rt. 639 bridge over I-95 in Caroline Co.
  • HJ5: Right Choices for Youth Month in Virginia; designating as October 2008, and each succeeding year.
  • HJ6: Commending the Highland Springs High School boys' basketball team
  • HJ7: Celebrating the life of Finnella Saunders Fearnow.
  • HJ8: Celebrating the life of Theodore F. Woody, Jr.
  • HJ9: Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Jeremy L. Tinnel.
  • HJ10: Celebrating the life of Robert H. Shackelford, Jr.
  • HJ11: Celebrating the life of Murice Grayson Balderson.
  • HJ12: Commending Dr. Farrar W. Howard.
  • HJ13: Celebrating the life of Rebecca Clary Harris.
  • HJ40: Commending Dr. Robert Bruce Stroube.
  • HJ41: Adoption Awareness Month; recognizing as November 2008, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ42: Real ID Act; memorializing Congress to repeal or amend.
  • HJ176: Public schools; Joint Commission on Technology and Science to study open education resources.
  • HJ262: Commending New Kent County which joined the 'Cool Counties' initiative.
  • HJ353: Commemorating the 40th anniversary of Charles C. Green, et al. v. County School Board of New Kent.
  • HJ354: Commending Quinton Volunteer Fire & EMS, New Kent Company Two on its 50th anniversary.
  • HJ556: Commending Jennifer Phillips.
  • HJ564: Commending the Rotary Clubs of Hanover and Mechanicsville.
  • HJ5008: Celebrating the life of Frances Nelson Gray.
  • HJ6012: Celebrating the life of Mildred Jeter Loving.
  • HJ6015: Celebrating the life of Eugene Williamson McCaul.
  • HR19: Commending Caroline, King William, King and Queen, New Kent, and Spotsylvania Counties.
  • HB1: Motor vehicles; definitions.
  • HB1677: Motor vehicles; eluding police officer.
  • HB1722: Road to Revolution Heritage Trail; establishment thereof.
  • HB1723: 'Year 2000' references; eliminates references to problems arising therefrom.
  • HB1920: School bus decals; school boards may display decals with bus safety hotlines.
  • HB2828: Stalking; enhanced penalty therefor if victim is a minor.
  • HB2835: Attorney General; compromise and settlement of disputes.
  • HB2836: Revocable trusts; validity thereof.
  • HB3084: School bus warning devices; requires red lights to be activated whenever bus door is opened.
  • HB3182: Medical evidence; appeals to circuit court.
  • HB3207: Assisted living facilities; resident shall not be removed by Board of Social Services.
  • HJ565: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Trust Fund (first reference).
  • HJ566: National Action Week of United States Bone and Joint Decade; designating as Oct. 12-20, 2007.
  • HJ573: Celebrating the life of Captain Shane T. Adcock.
  • HJ574: Commending Robert Jones.
  • HJ579: Constitutional amendment; prohibits taking of private property by eminent domain powers.
  • HJ597: Sales tax nexus; joint subcommittee to study.
  • HJ702: Public schools; joint subcommittee to study appropriateness and efficacy of open education content.
  • HJ703: Redistricting process; joint subcommittee to study.
  • HJ837: Commending Nancy Lee Martin.
  • HJ858: Celebrating the life of Lewis Latane Trice.
  • HJ930: Commending JoWanda Rollins.
  • HJ276: Celebrating the life of Lloyd Eugene Byrum, Jr.
  • HJ355: Commending the King William High School competition cheer team.
  • HJ367: Celebrating the life of Antoon Maria Arkesteyn, Jr.
  • HJ461: Celebrating the life of Montie Benn Felts.
  • HJ5009: Commending Jerry Hoffman.
  • HJ5032: Celebrating the life of Thomas Hardyman.
  • HJ5043: Commending Larry Gallaher.
  • HJ5056: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Asbury Christian Compton.
  • HJ5070: Commending Carolyn Williamson.
  • HJ5087: Celebrating the life of William Raleigh Henshaw.
  • HJ5122: Celebrating the life of John Joseph McLaughlin, Sr.
  • HJ5137: Commending Sue Forbes Watson.
  • HJ5138: Commending the Hanover High School softball team.