Senator Emmett Hanger (R-Mount Solon)

Photo of Emmett Hanger
Party
Republican
District
24: Rockingham County (Part), Augusta County (All), Greene County (All), Staunton City (All), Waynesboro City (All), Madison County (All), Culpeper County (Part) [map]
Took Office
January 1996
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources, Finance, Local Government, Rehabilitation and Social Services
Website
emmetthanger.com
Copatroning Habits
69% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 60% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 58% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
40% in 2013
Campaign Contributions
$53,572.93 cash on hand (December 2012 report)
Top 10 Donors
Medical Society of Virginia PAC Health Care PAC Richmond $3,500
Altria Client Services Tobacco Products Richmond $500
Abbott Laboratories Employee PAC Health Care PAC IL $250

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Recent Mentions on Blogs

<b>Senator Emmett Hanger</b> has been named Virginia Academy of <b>...</b>

August 7, 2014
Senator Emmett Hanger has been named Virginia Academy of Family Physicians' 2014 Legislator of the Year | Responsible Leadership in Virginia's Senate.

Virginia <b>Senator</b> honored by Sierra Club in ceremony near EMU&#39;s <b>...</b>

July 24, 2014
A local Republican state senator has received an award from what some may see as an unlikely source. Sen. Emmett Hanger, R-Mount Solon, was awarded a Legislative Leadership Award by the Sierra Club environmental ...

Update: Marshall Pattie to challenge <b>Emmett Hanger</b> in 24th Senate <b>...</b>

June 30, 2014
At Reo Distribution, Marshall Pattie announced that he will be challenging incumbent State Senator Emmett Hanger for the Republican nomination in 2015 in Virginia's 24th Senate district. Marshall Pattie currently serves as ...

<b>Sen</b>. <b>Emmett Hanger&#39;s</b> Good Idea | Bacon&#39;s Rebellion

May 30, 2014
Sen. Emmett Hanger, a Republican senator from Augusta, thinks so. If he's right, there could be a way out for both Republican House Speaker Bill Howell and Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe who are taking the stubborn ...

SWAC Girl: Virginia: <b>Emmett Hanger</b> proposes compromise on <b>...</b>

May 29, 2014
There may be a light at the end of the Medicaid expansion tunnel with today's press release and proposals from state Senator Emmett Hanger (R-Mt. Solon). With the state budget deadline looming, legislators are feeling ...

Recent Mentions in the Media

Augusta Free Press: Sen. Emmett Hanger honored by doctors' group

August 7, 2014
Sen. Emmett Hanger honored by doctors' groupVAFP held their annual meeting last month at the Homestead in Hot Springs and recognized Senator Hanger for his leadership and support of the practice of family medicine. Citing his years of work and experience, VAFP event organizers say ?Senator ...

The Daily Progress: McAuliffe to visit area to tout conservation program

August 24, 2014
Southeast Farm PressThe state legislation for the program came from two Virginia legislators, including area Sen. Emmett Hanger. Hanger, R-Mount Solon, said he introduced legislation so that Shenandoah Valley and Virginia farmers who voluntarily do such conservation ...New ag resource management plan toutedYourGV.comGovernor McAuliffe touts new agricultural resource management planAugusta Free Pressall 8 news articles »

The Daily Progress: Hoover Day

August 25, 2014
Among the attendees at Saturday's event were 5th District U.S. Representative Robert Hurt, 24th District Senator Emmett Hanger Jr. and 30th District Delegate Ed Scott. For more photos from Saturday's event, see the Aug. 21 Madison County Eagle.

The Daily Progress: Area legislators hope to minimize impact of spending cuts

August 20, 2014
Dickie Bell, R-Staunton, said he fears local governments "could feel the pinch'' of the budget cuts. Sen. Emmett Hanger said he hopes the cuts won't impact local governments. He said said the likely target would be discretionary state spending. The ...

The Daily Progress: Augusta Republicans deal with internal rift

August 21, 2014
Moxley said while incumbent Sen. Emmett Hanger is a likable person, he has supported the Medicaid expansion and a series of tax increases. Hanger could not be reached for comment on Wednesday. Discuss; Print. Posted in Local on Thursday, August 21, ...

These are all of the video clips of Emmett Hanger’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since . There are 240 video clips in all.

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Bills

  • SB412: Medicaid program independent contractors; deferred compensation plan.
  • SB413: Wildlife; persons permitted or authorized by DGIF may provide care.
  • SB414: Chesapeake Bay; voluntary tax contributions for restoration, report.
  • SB415: Autism Advisory Council; extends sunset provision to July 1, 2016.
  • SB416: Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan; eligibility for assistance.
  • SB417: Social services, local boards of; authority to employ in-house counsel.
  • SB418: Real and personal property taxes; exemption for solar energy equipment, facilities, or devices.
  • SB419: Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; Expected Family Contribution.
  • SB420: Virginia Retirement System; impact statements.
  • SB423: Stormwater management programs; State Water Control Board to establish procedures and regulations.
  • SB424: Temporary detention; time during which a person may be held, 72 hours notice to leave facility.
  • SB425: Stormwater management programs; clarifies appeals process for persons subject to permit requirement.
  • SB426: State Executive Council for Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families; regulations.
  • SB427: Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; employment services organizations.
  • SB428: Personal property tax; localities authorized to tax telephone and telegraph companies.
  • SB429: Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; amount of grant.
  • SB497: A-to-F grading system; delays date for implementing individual school performance grading system.
  • SB499: Opportunity Educational Institution; delays transfer of supervision of certain public schools.
  • SB530: Stormwater Management Program; delays implementation by local governments.
  • SB635: Epinephrine; possession and administration.
  • SB636: Standards of Learning; Board of Education to review assessments.
  • SB639: Child care; Department of Social Services to plan for national background checks for providers.
  • SB5004: Medicaid Innovation and Reform Commission; expands list of reforms to State Plan for assistance.
  • SJ62: Commending the Staunton-Augusta County First Aid and Rescue Squad, Inc.
  • SJ63: Virginia Bobwhite quail; DGIF to review ways to preserve population.
  • SJ71: U.S. Constitution; General Assembly applies to Congress of U.S. to call convention to amend.
  • SJ103: Celebrating the life of Dr. David H. Holt.
  • SJ113: Commending the Virginia Environmental Professionals' Organization.
  • SJ114: Commending the Augusta County Historical Society.
  • SJ123: Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award.
  • SJ148: Commemorating the 100th anniversary of President Thomas Woodrow Wilson's Mother's Day proclamation.
  • SJ156: Commending Mac Wiseman.
  • SJ178: Commending the City of Staunton.
  • SB399: Deaf and hard-of-hearing children; special education.
  • SB402: Nutrient Offset Fund; priority for funding for certain facilities.
  • SB403: Land preservation tax credit; increased for working farmers.
  • SB410: Wetlands and streams; water protection permits, conditions for contribution to Board-approved fund.
  • SB671: Retail sales and transient occupancy taxes; taxes on room rentals based upon charges for use, etc.
  • SB708: Assisted living facilities; self-administration of medications by residents.
  • SB709: Concession stands at youth athletic activities; exempt from regulations applicable to restaurants.
  • SB710: Local taxes; interest on refunds and delinquent taxes, report.
  • SB1091: Risk management plan; local participation.
  • SB1092: Cigarette taxes; certain bond or irrevocable letter of credit requirements.
  • SB1093: Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death Act; creation of a transfer on death deed.
  • SB1094: Retail sales and transient occupancy taxes; taxes on room rentals based upon charges for use, etc.
  • SB1095: Wastewater treatment facilities; grant to Cities of Lynchburg and Richmond for CSO control projects.
  • SB1096: Public schools; adjustment of calculation of local composite index for funding.
  • SB1097: Deaf or hard-of-hearing children; special education.
  • SB1098: Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; Expected Family Contribution.
  • SB1106: Fishing licenses; MRC may revoke privileges to fish within State's tidal waters, etc.
  • SB1108: Potomac River Compact; changes penalty for illegal fishing in Potomac River jurisdiction of court.
  • SB1110: Oyster inspection tax; authorizes Potomac River Fisheries Commission to impose, use of proceeds.
  • SB1192: State Police, Department of; reimbursement of expenses.
  • SB1193: Alcoholic beverage control; renewal of licenses, payment of license tax and civil penalty.
  • SB1257: Virginia's Future, Council on; extends sunset provision.
  • SB1279: Water quality; transfer of responsibility for administration of programs.
  • SB1309: Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board; powers and duties.
  • SB1310: Social Services, Commissioner of; submission of financial information by applicant, licensure.
  • SJ268: Commending the Brain Injury Association of Virginia.
  • SJ318: Local and state government; joint subcommittee to study service responsibility and tax authority.
  • SJ380: Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award.
  • SJ418: Commending the Madison County Rescue Squad.
  • SJ421: Commending the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Education Facilities.
  • SB393: Media-related tax exemptions; extends sunset provision until 2017.
  • SB394: Cigarette tax stamps, local; same technology used or required by State.
  • SB395: Woodrow Wilson's Presidency, Virginia Commission on the Centennial of; extends date for funding.
  • SB396: Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families, State Executive Council for; membership.
  • SB397: Electric vehicles; exempts qualified plug-in electric on-road vehicles from emissions inspections.
  • SB398: Alcoholic beverage control; outdoor advertising regulations, etc.
  • SB399: Deaf or hard-of-hearing children; special education.
  • SB400: Two-Year Transfer Grant Program; Expected Family Contribution.
  • SB401: Taxes, local; interest on refunds and delinquent taxes.
  • SB402: Nutrient Offset Fund; priority for funding for certain facilities.
  • SB403: Land preservation tax credit; increased for working farmers.
  • SB404: Riparian Forest Grant Program; created, sunset date for riparian forest tax credit.
  • SB405: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; increases membership of board of directors.
  • SB406: Alcoholic beverages; unlawful possession.
  • SB407: Erosion & Sediment Control, Stormwater, & Chesapeake Bay Preservation Acts; integration of programs.
  • SB408: Alcoholic beverage control; outdoor advertising.
  • SB409: Recordation tax; eliminates exemption for deeds of trust securing a refinanced obligation.
  • SB410: Wetlands and streams; water protection permits, conditions for contribution to Board-approved fund.
  • SB523: Minority Business Enterprise, Department of; certification of employment services organizations.
  • SB559: State forest lands; special use permits.
  • SB599: Virginia College Savings Plan; JLARC to oversee and evaluate, report.
  • SB600: Senate Districts; technical adjustment in boundaries in Culpeper County.
  • SB671: Retail sales and transient occupancy taxes; taxes on room rentals based upon charges for use, etc.
  • SJ104: Commending MillerCoors.
  • SJ126: Commending Dr. Linwood H. Rose.
  • SJ127: Employment First practices; SHHR, et al., to adopt, etc., in providing service to certain persons.
  • SJ128: Commending Staunton Steam Laundry.
  • SJ138: Commending Jennifer Ruley.
  • SJ210: Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act.
  • SB332: Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind; VITA exemption.
  • SB336: Community services boards; access to medication assisted treatment.
  • SB337: Community services boards; providing information about substance abuse services.
  • SB340: Retail Sales and Use Tax Act; conforms State to provisions of Streamlined Sales & Use Tax Agreement.
  • SB343: Fuels taxes; annually adjusted.
  • SB344: Voltage regulation technologies; electric utilities to recover costs and earn 15 percent rate.
  • SB678: Income tax; credit for electric energy facility producing electricity from livestock waste nutrient.
  • SB1079: Cattle Industry Board; name change to Beef Industry Council.
  • SB1080: Virginia Condominium Act; limitation of future sales as smoke-free units.
  • SB1081: Charter; Town of Dayton.
  • SB1082: Marijuana, synthetic; added to Schedule I, penalty for possession.
  • SB1083: ABC; exemption from payment of tax on wine and alcoholic beverages shipped out of state.
  • SB1084: Concealed handgun permittee information; prohibits clerk of court from disclosing information.
  • SB1085: Cigarette tax; Tax Commissioner shall convene a working group to review current policies, report.
  • SB1086: Motor vehicle sales and use tax; exemption to include certain four-wheel plug-in electric vehicles.
  • SB1087: Land preservation tax credits; requires use of licensed transfer agent to transfer to taxpayer.
  • SB1088: Land preservation tax credits; refunded by the Tax Commissioner.
  • SB1089: Psychological tests; court may, upon motion, seal test received in evidence.
  • SB1090: Virginia-grown food products; purchase by state agencies and institutions, etc.
  • SB1091: Protective orders; expands class of persons who may be issued order from victims of stalking, etc.
  • SB1092: Agricultural and Forestal Districts Act; creates program administrator, review of applications.
  • SB1093: Assisted living facilities; may continue to operate with an acting administrator.
  • SB1094: Youth health risk survey; Department of Health to develop and notify parents of students selected.
  • SB1095: Schedule II, etc., controlled substances; prescriber to request information about patient.
  • SB1096: Pharmacies; shall have access to Prescription Monitoring Program.
  • SB1097: Continuing education for prescriber; completion of certain coursework for renewal, etc., of license.
  • SB1098: ABC; public warning regarding alcohol consumption during pregnancy.
  • SB1099: Stormwater nonpoint nutrient offsets; establish priorities to be used by permit issuing authorities.
  • SB1100: Nutrient Offset Fund; created.
  • SB1101: Income tax, state & corporate; tax credit for using livestock waste nutrient to produce electricity.
  • SB1102: Point source nutrient trading; shall not be subject to a two-for-one trading ratio.
  • SB1103: Forensic Science, Department of; powers and duties.
  • SB1104: Open-space land; expands definition.
  • SB1105: Virginia Farmland Preservation Fund; created.
  • SB1106: Centralized fleet; Department of General Services, et al., to promulgate minimum mileage standards.
  • SB1107: Public Procurement Act; increases small purchases exemption.
  • SB1108: Home food inspections; exempts private home whose resident processes honey produced from hives.
  • SB1109: Inmate labor; authorizes use thereof at rest areas along Interstate Highway System.
  • SB1427: Water reuse; Secretary of Natural Resources to develop guidelines that include criteria & incentive.
  • SB1454: General fund revenues; assignment of year-end surplus to Revenue Stabilization Fund.
  • SB1455: Amusement Device Act; excludes snow tubing parks, etc., from definition of amusement device, etc.
  • SB1456: Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board; requires owners of dams to submit annual certifications.
  • SB1457: Alcoholic beverage control; prorated license fees for act of God.
  • SB1470: Sexually violent predators; conditional release of those civilly committed.
  • SJ347: Commending Linda Huntley.
  • SJ348: Sex offender registry; Virginia State Crime Commission to study requirements.
  • SJ349: Death deeds; Virginia Bar Association to study merits of legislation authorizing transfer.
  • SJ350: Joint Subcommittee to Study Strategies and Models for Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment.
  • SJ448: Celebrating the life of the Honorable George Moffett Cochran.
  • SJ449: Celebrating the life of Richard DeForest Robertson.
  • SJ502: Commending the Staunton Augusta Art Center.
  • SR31: Commending the Virginia State Bars Diversity Conference.
  • SB332: School for Deaf and Blind; VITA exemption.
  • SB333: School for Deaf and Blind; allows children from birth through age 21 to be eligible for services.
  • SB334: Concealed handguns; prohibits person who carries into restaurant from consuming alcoholic beverage.
  • SB335: Group life insurance; permits state retiree to make irrevocable beneficiary designation for funeral.
  • SB336: Community services boards; access to medication assisted treatment.
  • SB337: Community services boards; providing information about substance abuse services.
  • SB338: Assisted living facility; considered occupancy by single family if no more than 8 persons reside.
  • SB339: Adult facilities; interviews with residents of facilities seeking licensure by DSS.
  • SB340: Retail Sales and Use Tax Act; conforms State to provisions of Streamlined Sales & Use Tax Agreement.
  • SB341: Land preservation tax credit; DCR to provide estimate of land used for production agriculture, etc.
  • SB342: Transient occupancy tax; any county may levy tax on single-family residences.
  • SB343: Fuels taxes; annually adjusted.
  • SB344: Voltage regulation technologies; electric utilities to recover costs and earn 15 percent rate.
  • SB345: Oyster restoration projects; authorizes Resources Authority to finance.
  • SB346: Land conservation practices; information management.
  • SB347: Center for Rural Virginia; expansion and promotion of agricultural opportunities, report.
  • SB348: Farm businesses; local restrictions.
  • SB349: Virginia National Guard, State Defense Force, or naval militia; reemployment rights of members.
  • SB350: Centennial of Woodrow Wilson's Presidency, Virginia Commission on; established.
  • SB623: Income tax, corporate and individual; green job tax credit.
  • SB660: Retail Sales and Use Tax; requires dealer to register if sufficient business activity within State.
  • SB661: Land preservation tax credit; verification of conservation value of certain donations.
  • SB662: Short-term rental property; local government to exempt person engaged in rental business.
  • SB677: Stormwater management regulations; extends effective date that establishes local program criteria.
  • SB678: Income tax; credit for electric energy facility producing electricity from livestock waste nutrient.
  • SB679: Restorative justice programs; established for offenders and victims.
  • SB708: Nutrient Offset Fund; established.
  • SJ73: Strategy & Model for Substance Abuse Prevention & Treatment, Joint Subcommittee Studying; continued.
  • SJ74: Substance abuse treatment services; Bureau of Insurance of SCC to collect data, etc., on, report.
  • SJ75: Prescription Monitoring Program; DHP to collect data about utilization by prescribers & dispensers.
  • SJ76: Commending Vector Industries, Inc., on the occasion of its 40th anniversary.
  • SJ77: Commending the Virginia Resources Authority on the occasion of its 25th anniversary.
  • SJ78: Celebrating the life of William Michaux Sydnor, Sr.
  • SJ177: Celebrating the life of Earl Eugene Meese.
  • SJ182: Commending the 29th Infantry Division of the Virginia-Maryland-District of Columbia National Guard.
  • SJ209: Commending the City of Waynesboro, the City of Staunton, and the County of Augusta for their success
  • SB470: Natural resources; provides annual funding therefor.
  • SB471: Short-term real property rental businesses; taxations applied.
  • SB474: Sheltered workshop; Department of Minority Business Enterprises to establish certification program.
  • SB475: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing symbols, etc. of business entities.
  • SB492: Vital Records, Office of, et al.; development of alternative verification system.
  • SB743: Group life insurance; permits retiree to make beneficiary designation to purchase funeral services.
  • SB744: Land preservation tax credit; establishes process where properties are registered with Dept. of Tax.
  • SB1022: Wastewater treatment plants; State Water Control Board to accept petitions relating therto.
  • SB1023: Resident verification system; Dept. of Health's Office of Vital Records, etc. to develop a plan.
  • SB1024: Open-Space Lands Preservation Trust Fund; removes requirement to have additional local coholder.
  • SB1025: Transient occupancy tax; authorizes Greene County to impose.
  • SB1026: Nonprofit corporation; authorizes Foundation for Natural Resources to establish.
  • SB1027: Vehicle safety inspections; exemptions for certain commercial motor vehicles, trailers, etc.
  • SB1028: Adult neglect; religious treatment exemption.
  • SB1029: Transient occupancy tax; any county ordinance may levy on single-family residences rented out.
  • SB1030: Commonwealth Law-Enforcement Mutual Aid Agreement; established.
  • SB1031: Real estate brokers; exempt license requirement in certain circumstances.
  • SB1032: Medication aide training programs; requirements therefor .
  • SB1033: Licensed farm wineries; restrictions on activities.
  • SB1034: Law-enforcement officers; deemed consent.
  • SB1035: Concealed handguns; prohibited in restaurants, etc when consuming alcohol.
  • SB1036: Rappahannock River Basin Commission; membership.
  • SB1037: Tuition, in-state; denied to illegal aliens.
  • SB1038: Qualified voter; definition of residence.
  • SB1039: Environmental laboratory certification & inspection; Consolidated Lab. to enter into memorandum.
  • SB1040: No Child Left Behind Act; prohibits Board of Education from complying with any provisions unfunded.
  • SB1041: Fuels taxes; annually adjusted.
  • SB1042: Transfer on Death Real Property Act; created.
  • SB1043: Roll-back taxes; locality to assess and collect for up to 15 years under value assessment program.
  • SB1179: State Executive Council; increases membership and establishes term limits.
  • SB1180: State Executive Council for Comprehensive Services; powers and duties.
  • SB1181: Office of Comprehensive Services; report expenditures on children receiving pool-funded services.
  • SB1182: Office of Comprehensive Services; report cost of services for at-risk and troubled children.
  • SB1183: Office of Comprehensive Services; develop coordinator job description.
  • SB1184: Office of Comprehensive Services; guidelines for multidisciplinary teams.
  • SB1185: Retail Sales and Use Tax Act; conforms State's sales and use tax laws to provisions.
  • SB1186: Biofuels Production Incentive Grant Program; producer of non-advanced neat biofuels may receive.
  • SB1356: Reassessments; Augusta County to elect its board of supervisors to conduct at 5 or 6-year intervals.
  • SB1357: Clean fuel vehicle job creation tax credit; adds advanced biofuels.
  • SB1358: Alternative fuel tax; exemption for agricultural operations.
  • SB1427: Energy Plan; promotes use of sustainable biofuels made from traditional agricultural crops, etc.
  • SB1482: Transportation Capital Projects Bond Act of 2007; repeals Act.
  • SB1483: Arts and cultural districts; adds Cities of Lynchburg, etc., to localities authorized to create.
  • SB1506: Comprehensive Services Act Program; judicial assignment of services for children.
  • SJ73: Constitutional amendment; partial exemption of local real estate taxes (first reference).
  • SJ315: U.S. Constitution; Congress to call convention to propose an amendment for balanced budget.
  • SJ318: Strategies & Models for Subtance Abuse Prevention & Treatment; Joint Subcommittee Studying.
  • SJ390: U.S. Constitution; memorializing Congress to propose an amendment for balanced budget requirement.
  • SB468: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts 4-H Clubs therefrom in fundraising.
  • SB469: Transportation funding; repeals certain abusive driver fee, changes to motor fuels tax rate, etc.
  • SB470: Natural resources; provides annual funding therefor.
  • SB471: Short-term real property rental businesses; taxations applied.
  • SB472: Group homes & residential facilities for children; regulations for licensure of programs offered.
  • SB473: Resources Authority; authorized to finance park and recreation projects.
  • SB474: Sheltered workshop; Department of Minority Business Enterprises to establish certification program.
  • SB475: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing symbols, etc. of business entities.
  • SB476: Concealed handguns; prohibits person from carrying into a restaurant.
  • SB477: Development rights programs; State grants shall be distributed to local purchase thereof.
  • SB478: Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; acceptance of awards.
  • SB479: Comprehensive Services Act; annual workshop to train on best practices and evidence-based practices.
  • SB480: Comprehensive Services Act; utilization review.
  • SB481: Residential service providers; Executive Council to develop, etc. uniform data collection standards.
  • SB482: Data collection; Executive Council to oversee development & implementation of program therefor.
  • SB483: Comprehensive Services Act; Executive Council to oversee development, etc. of performance measures.
  • SB484: Comprehensive Services Act; cost of services.
  • SB485: Comprehensive Services Act; child-level data collection.
  • SB486: Comprehensive Services Act; data collection for client-specific database.
  • SB487: Comprehensive Services Act; Executive Council oversee development of services for at-risk children.
  • SB488: Comprehensive Services, Executive Council for; duties.
  • SB489: Community policy and management teams; required to identify children in residential care facilities.
  • SB490: No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education to make recommendation regard to participation therein.
  • SB491: Retirement System; retirement credits for special forest wardens.
  • SB492: Vital Records, Office of, et al.; development of alternative verification system.
  • SB494: Neurotrauma Initiative Advisory Board; changes reporting requirments.
  • SB513: Nonpoint source pollution reduction; Governor & General Assembly to provide funding therefor.
  • SB652: Higher educational institutions; prohibits certain persons from eligibility for in-state tuition.
  • SB741: Human Resources Management; develop expedited processes for procurement of staff augmentation.
  • SB742: Annexation proceedings; extends moratorium.
  • SB743: Group life insurance; permits retiree to make beneficiary designation to purchase funeral services.
  • SB744: Land preservation tax credit; establishes process where properties are registered with Dept. of Tax.
  • SB745: Verification, legal presence; public schools and higher education.
  • SB746: Frontier Culture Museum; allowed to lease structures on state property, with Governor's consent.
  • SJ72: Commending the Town of Elkton on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • SJ73: Constitutional amendment; partial exemption of local real estate taxes (first reference).
  • SJ74: Foster care families; Department of Social Services to study options for increasing number in State.
  • SJ75: Comprehensive Services Program for At-Risk Youth & Families Program; Joint Subcommittee Studying.
  • SJ76: Open-Space Land & Farmlands, Long-Term Funding for Purchase of Development Rights; Study.
  • SJ77: Substance abuse; joint subcommittee to study strategies and models for prevention and treatment.
  • SJ78: Commending BRCC SIFE - Blue Ridge Community College Students in Free Enterprise team.
  • SJ137: Commending Jon Fried
  • SJ158: Commending Virginia Citizens for Water Quality, community watershed organizations, and Roundtables.
  • SJ183: Commending the Buffalo Gap High School football team.
  • SJ184: Commending James Madison University on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of its founding.
  • SJ258: Celebrating the life of Fred Parkis Yates, Jr.
  • SB413: Recordation tax; collection to be transferred to Water Quality Improvement Fund.
  • SB677: Tuition, in-state; prohibited for certain individuals.
  • SB679: Sexually violent predator; alternative to indeterminate civil commitment.
  • SB695: Boats; local control over operation.
  • SB1203: Sexually violent predators; Attorney General, et al to study feasibility of treatment options, etc.
  • SB1204: Tuition, in-state; prohibited for those who are unlawfully present in U.S.
  • SB1205: Farm wineries; establishes criteria for local regulation thereof.
  • SB1206: Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement; conforms State's tax laws to provisions thereof.
  • SB1207: Criminal history record information; agencies may obtain data on providers of services to adults.
  • SB1208: Background checks; requirement for employees, etc. that work for children's residential facilities.
  • SB1209: Economic Development Partnership; manufacturer to receive payments, Investment Performance Grants.
  • SB1210: Criminal history record information check; businesses required to conduct and pay cost.
  • SB1211: Resources Authority; expands projects that can be financed to include land conserv. & preservation.
  • SB1212: No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education requesting waiver from certain provisions.
  • SB1213: Standards of Quality; requires identification of gifted education programs.
  • SB1214: Cigarette tax; authorizes any county to impose.
  • SB1215: Onsite sewage disposal system; permit for installing in certain counties.
  • SB1216: Economic Development for Virginians with Disabilities Grant Program, and Fund; created.
  • SB1217: Forensic laboratory services; private police departments.
  • SB1218: Health insurance credits; increased for retired teachers.
  • SB1219: Lawful fence; amends definition thereof.
  • SB1404: Freedom of Information Act; exemption for complainant information.
  • SB1405: Constitutional rights; inquiries into exercise thereof.
  • SB1406: Public Procurement Act; use of design-build construction by local governing body.
  • SB1407: Crops; requires Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to establish support program.
  • SB1408: Competition Council; required to review procurement process.
  • SB1413: Alcoholic beverage control; creates new restricted wholesale wine license.
  • SJ395: Substance abuse; JLARC to study impact of issue related thereto on state & local fiscal expenditure.
  • SJ401: Open-space & Farmlands; Joint Sub. Studying Funding Sources for Purchase of Development Rights.
  • SJ402: Children with disabilities; JLARC to study financial impact of mandating services under Act.
  • SJ403: Celebrating the life of Dolores P. Lescure.
  • SJ443: Constitutional amendment; localities may provide partial exemption of taxes on taxpayer's residence.
  • SJ445: Marshall Plan; recognizing 60th anniversary thereof.
  • SJ458: Celebrating the life of Allie Ray Hull.
  • SJ501: Commending the Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center.
  • SJ529: Commending Mountain City Lodge No. 67, AF & AM, on the occasion of its 150th anniversary.
  • SR57: Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Daniel Todd Morris.
  • SB397: Interstate Route 81;construction of improvements halted.
  • SB398: Health insurance credits; teachers and other local school board employees.
  • SB399: Unclaimed property; establishes a minimum reportable amount.
  • SB400: Economic Development for Virginians with Disabilities Grant Program; created.
  • SB401: Confederate cemeteries and graves; Sons of Confederate Veterans to receive funds for care of.
  • SB402: Wage garnishment; liens.
  • SB403: Land Conservation Incentives Act; tax credit.
  • SB404: Personal property taxes; rate for generating equipment of electric suppliers.
  • SB405: Charter; Town of Elkton.
  • SB406: Electric authorities; distributing electric energy for retail sales to customers within area.
  • SB407: Solid waste disposal; Accomack, Highland, and Wise Counties authorized to levy fee therefor.
  • SB408: R. E. Lee Camp Confederate Memorial Park; corrects full name of property conveyed to State.
  • SB409: Land Conservation Foundation; authorized to award moneys from Fund for purchases.
  • SB410: No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education develop plan to identify initiatives funded thereby.
  • SB411: No Child Left Behind Act; state to withdraw from participation in federal act.
  • SB413: Recordation tax; collection to be transferred to Water Quality Improvement Fund.
  • SB414: Birth certificates; prohibits both parties of same-sex couple from being listed thereon.
  • SB415: Burning of woods, etc.; extends period in which prescribed material can occur.
  • SB416: Health professions; Board of Dentistry to issue temporary permits for certain clinicians.
  • SB417: Personal property tax; seperate classifications of machinery and tools used in businesses.
  • SB418: Cigarette tax; deduction of bad debts from taxes owed.
  • SB419: Farmland and forestland plans; directs state agencies to submit annually.
  • SB420: Family day homes; unlawful to operate family day home if any employee is convicted sex offender.
  • SB421: Criminal history record information check; required for those providing care to children, etc.
  • SB676: School for the Deaf & Blind at Staunton, & School for Deaf, Blind, & Multi-Disabled at Hampton.
  • SB677: In-state tuition rates; prohibited for certain individuals.
  • SB678: Motor fuels taxes; elimination of refunds for fuels used in operating certain watercraft.
  • SB679: Sexually violent predator; alternative to indeterminate civil commitment.
  • SB695: Boats; local control over operation.
  • SB5005: Zoning ordinance; locality may modify or deny request for rezoning when concerns transportation.
  • SB5006: Transportation Trust Fund; funding in connection with rezoning application.
  • SB5009: Regional transportation authorities; created, report.
  • SJ94: Open space & farmlands; joint sub. to study funding sources for purchase of development rights.
  • SJ95: Incarceration; joint sub. to study effects on children, families, communities, and economy.
  • SJ96: At-Risk Youth & Families, Comprehensive Services for; study cost effectiveness thereof.
  • SJ165: Interstate Route 81; Department of Transportation to address urgently needed improvements thereof.
  • SJ198: Celebrating the life of Fred O. Funkhouser.
  • SJ199: Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Daniel Scott Resner Bubb.
  • SJ200: Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Jourdan L. Grez.
  • SJ208: Celebrating the life of Kennard Wesley Campbell.
  • SJ209: Celebrating the life of Muriel Louise Goode.
  • SJ235: Commending the Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia.
  • SJ236: Celebrating the life of John William Elfers.
  • SJ267: Celebrating the life of William B. Rowland, Jr.
  • SJ5009: Interstate Route 81 Commission; established, report.
  • SR19: Interstate Route 81; Department of Transportation to address urgently needed improvements thereof.