Delegate Dave Nutter (R-Christiansburg)

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Party
Republican
District
7: Counties of Montgomery (part) and Pulaski (part); City of Radford [map]
Took Office
January 2002
Left Office
January 2012
Website
davenutter.com
Copatroning Habits
77% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 73% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 62% of them are Republicans.
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Recent Mentions in the Media

Roanoke Times: Casey: Dye faces tough task in unseating Edwards

October 4, 2014
In his first bid for re-election in 1999, he trounced future delegate William Fralin by 16 points. The GOP didn't bother fielding a candidate against him for 12 more years. His toughest-ever race as an incumbent came in 2011, when he rebuffed a bid by ...

These are all of the video clips of Dave Nutter’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 47 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB995: Firearms; purchaser may present military identification card or concealed handgun permit.
  • HB998: Income tax, corporate; renewable energy products tax credit.
  • HB2249: Elections, State Board of; powers and duties.
  • HB2250: SCHEV; creation of nonstock corporation to support academic research.
  • HB2251: Pollbooks; when electronic version fails to operate, officers shall maintain a written list.
  • HB2252: Prescription Monitoring Program; report required for certain prescriptions.
  • HB2253: Health professions; reciprocity exemption from licensing.
  • HB2254: Drug treatment court; established in Montgomery County.
  • HB2255: Health records; health care providers who prescribe or dispense controlled substances.
  • HB2256: Schedule II drugs; identification required for filling prescriptions.
  • HB2257: Surreptitious photographs; person who publishes is in violation of prohibiting upskirting.
  • HB2258: Nonpublic school students; participation in interscholastic sports.
  • HB2400: Income tax, corporate; subcontracts tax credit.
  • HB2464: Drug Control Act; conforms Schedule II to federal drug classification schedule.
  • HB2475: Wilderness Road; designating certain highway segments as Virginia byways.
  • HJ636: Engineering curriculum; Department of Education to development in public schools, report.
  • HJ831: Commending Fran Rooker.
  • HJ832: Commending Thomas L. Starnes.
  • HJ862: Commending James I. Robertson, Jr.
  • HR81: Celebrating the life of Karen Cronin.
  • HB988: Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; grants to localities for certain federal programs.
  • HB989: Bad checks; any person making, drawing, or delivering any check in payment of rent, penalty.
  • HB990: Web-based procurement program; DGS to establish a fee schedule for all procurement contracts.
  • HB991: Truck weights; exempts vehicles hauling wood pellets from weight limits and permit fees.
  • HB992: Law-enforcement employees; overtime compensation.
  • HB993: DUI; unlawful for any person under age 21 to operate motor vehicle.
  • HB994: Charter; Town of Christiansburg.
  • HB995: Firearms; purchaser may present military identification card or concealed handgun permit.
  • HB998: Income tax, corporate; renewable energy products tax credit.
  • HB999: Certified renewable energy manufacturing equipment, etc.; separate classification for property tax.
  • HB1000: Polling places; requires electoral board to give notice of alternative place to vote.
  • HB1001: Students, nonpublic school; participation in public school interscholastic programs.
  • HB1002: New River Valley Emergency Communications Regional Authority; created.
  • HB1003: Regional Industrial Facilities Act; method by which member locality of authority may withdraw.
  • HB1304: Virginia Workforce Development Authority; created.
  • HJ126: Interstate safety rest areas; Virginia Transportation Research Council to study.
  • HJ129: Public defender; Indigent Defense Commission to study creation of office to serve Montgomery County.
  • HJ217: Celebrating the life of David Wayne DeHart.
  • HJ220: Commending Radford University on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • HJ221: Commending the Radford High School boys' basketball team.
  • HJ426: Commending the Christiansburg High School wrestling team.
  • HJ427: Commending James Wesley Epperly.
  • HB982: Concealed handgun permit applications; access to personal information.
  • HB987: Higher Education, Council of; creation of nonstock corporation to support academic research.
  • HB1419: Health insurance; coordination of benefits.
  • HB1454: VDOT; waiver of certain entrance sight-distance requirements.
  • HB2142: Statewide Healthcare Workforce Authority; created, report..
  • HB2143: Retirement System; purchase of prior service credit by teachers.
  • HB2144: Concealed handgun permit applications; access to personal information.
  • HB2145: Health insurance provider contracts; access to coverage information by Internet, etc.
  • HB2146: Retirement System; adds school board members to membership.
  • HB2147: Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc., Board for; land surveyors.
  • HB2148: Onsite treatment works; designs therefor include a report by professional soil scientist.
  • HB2149: Higher Education, Council of; task force to plan to expand teacher preparation.
  • HB2368: Income tax, state and Retail Sales and Use Tax; credit, etc. for certain telecommunication provider.
  • HB2369: Prescription medication; Substance Abuse Services Council, to conduct 1 year study, report.
  • HB2370: Virginia's Future, Council on; assessment of the impact of prescription drug abuse.
  • HB2371: Rates; SCC to conduct proceeding relating thereto for certain sales of electric power to customers.
  • HB2372: Electric utility rates; curtailing peak power purchases.
  • HJ856: Celebrating the life of Zenobia Lawrence Hikes.
  • HJ857: Celebrating the life of William E. Skelton.
  • HB978: VPI & SU; Board of Visitors to convey certain property to Virginia Tech Foundation, Inc.
  • HB979: TAG; eligibility for students attending Edward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
  • HB980: Career coaches; Board for Community Colleges to establish guidelines for in public high schools.
  • HB981: Retirement System; benefits for local law-enforcement officers.
  • HB982: Concealed handgun permit applications; access to personal information.
  • HB983: Charter; City of Radford.
  • HB984: Math specialist pilot program; Department of Education to establish, report.
  • HB985: Income tax, state; teacher expenses for materials tax credit.
  • HB986: Income tax, state; tax credit for health insurance premiums paid by small business employers.
  • HB987: SCHEV; creation of nonstock corporation to support academic research.
  • HB988: State song; designates 'Virginia: Where Heaven Touches Earth' .
  • HB1316: Higher educational institutions; board of visitors, etc. to establish threat assessment team.
  • HB1419: Health insurance; coordination of benefits.
  • HB1453: Transient occupancy tax; allows all 34 counties listed in statute to impose.
  • HB1454: VDOT; waiver of certain entrance sight-distance requirements.
  • HB1491: Temporary detention order; shall not exceed 96 hours.
  • HB1492: Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc., Board for; land surveyors.
  • HJ119: Small business; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study impact of eVirginia thereon.
  • HJ127: Project Lead the Way Launch program; encouraging school divisions to consider launching.
  • HJ128: International education programs; encouraging higher educ. institutions to enhance opportunities.
  • HJ132: Brain Injury Awareness Month; designating as March 2008, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ447: Commending the Christiansburg Rescue Squad on the occasion of its 60th anniversary.
  • HJ448: Commending Hokies United.
  • HJ464: Commending American Red Cross Greater New River Valley Chapter.
  • HJ465: Commending American Red Cross Montgomery-Floyd Chapter.
  • HJ466: Commending the rescue squads, police departments, fire departments, sheriff's offices, and agencies.
  • HJ467: Commending the Riner Volunteer Fire Department on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HJ468: Commending Christmas Kitchen.
  • HJ469: Commending the Elliston Volunteer Fire Department.
  • HJ482: Celebrating the life of Beulah Boothe Owens.
  • HJ485: Commending Montgomery Regional Hospital, Lewis-Gale Medical Center, Carilion New River Valley ...
  • HJ486: Commending Kathy Mantz.
  • HJ487: Commending Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
  • HJ488: Commending Alpha Omicron Circle on the occasion of its 75th anniversary.
  • HJ539: Commending Allan C. Burke.
  • HJ573: Commending Perry Cole.
  • HB425: Home Care Consumer and Worker Protection Act; created.
  • HB429: Church or public school building; arson of any unoccupied, penalty.
  • HB931: Tourism Financing Development Authority; created.
  • HB935: State Council of Higher Education for Virginia; creates nonstock corp. to support academic research.
  • HB1442: Diploma, standard; requirement includes career & technical education two credit sequence of courses.
  • HB2230: Tourism Financing Development Authority Act; created.
  • HB2231: Concealed handguns; allows certain State Police officer who leaves in good standing to carry.
  • HB2232: Rail Enhancement Fund; local contribution.
  • HB2233: Rail Enhancement Fund; governing body approving project must be received before funds expended.
  • HB2234: Rail Enhancement Fund; creation of a five-year plan.
  • HB2235: Concealed handgun permits; recognition of out-of-state permits.
  • HB2236: Radford University; increases board of visitors.
  • HB2237: Courthouse construction; assessment for renovation or maintenance.
  • HB2238: Higher Education, Council of; creation of nonstock corporation to support academic research.
  • HB2368: Criminal cases; increases compensation of experts.
  • HB2514: Line of Duty Act; benefits for certain private citizens.
  • HB3039: Water and sewer charges; adds Town of Blacksburg to localities that may attach lien on real estate.
  • HB3089: Biofuels Incentive Grant Program; lowers eligibility requirement therefor.
  • HB3104: Armed services; loans to members thereof or their dependents.
  • HB3158: Alcoholic beverage control; issuance of mixed beverage license for establishment in Smyth County.
  • HJ642: Higher educational institutions; Council of Higher Education in consideration of retaining faculty.
  • HJ653: Health insurance; Department of Medical Assistance Services to study modification to public subsidy.
  • HJ778: Celebrating the life of Corporal Eric Evine Sutphin.
  • HJ779: Celebrating the life of Derrick Lamont McFarland.
  • HJ784: Commending the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets.
  • HJ785: Commending the Pulaski County High School Theatre Arts Department.
  • HJ786: Commending Pathways of Service, Inc.
  • HJ946: Commending Norman G. Lineburg.
  • HJ947: Commending Chief Gary L. Brumfield.
  • HB422: Income tax, state; increases in personal exemption.
  • HB423: Retail Sales and Use Tax; distribution to certain localities.
  • HB424: Concealed handgun permits; recognition of out-of-state permits.
  • HB425: Home Care Consumer and Worker Protection Act; created.
  • HB426: Comprehensive Services Act; receipt of funds by children's residential facilities.
  • HB427: Residential treatment; Office of Comprehensive Services to negotiate contracts for services.
  • HB428: Income tax, state; filing of tax returns by military personnel in combat zones.
  • HB429: Church or public school building; arson of any unoccupied, penalty.
  • HB930: Vendor's manual; DGS, et al to establish procedure for refunding relevant eVa transaction fees.
  • HB931: Tourism Financing Development Authority; created.
  • HB932: Voluntary pre-clearance program; Employment Commission to prepare plan for drug-free employees.
  • HB933: Ticket scalping; prohibition on resale of tickets to certain public events.
  • HB934: Courthouses; increase in assessments for construction, renovation, or maintenance.
  • HB935: State Council of Higher Education for Virginia; creates nonstock corp. to support academic research.
  • HB1323: Transient occupancy tax; authorizes Montgomery County to impose.
  • HB1324: Health insurance; Commissioner of Insurance develop a plan to double competition in rural areas.
  • HB1442: Standard diploma; requirements to include one concentration in career and technical education.
  • HB1480: Income tax, state; career and technical education equipment tax credit.
  • HJ103: Colleges and universities; joint subcommittee to study research potential.
  • HJ161: Higher educational institutions; SCHEV to study competitiveness in attracting & retaining faculty.
  • HJ270: Commending Sergeant Kevin Tucker.
  • HJ328: Celebrating the life of Andrew Karlton Kanode.
  • HJ389: Commending Harold G. Linkous.
  • HJ454: Commending Susan Aheron Magill on a remarkable political career.
  • HJ499: Commending Israel O'Quinn.