Senator John Cosgrove (R-Chesapeake)

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Party
Republican
District
78: City of Chesapeake (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2002
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources, General Laws and Technology, Rehabilitation and Social Services
Copatroning Habits
83% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 65% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 70% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
31.8% in 2013
Campaign Contributions
$6,227.27 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
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Recent Mentions in the Media

Suffolk News-Herald: E-Mail 'Lawmakers: Ethics focus in 2015' To A Friend

September 18, 2014
E-Mail 'Lawmakers: Ethics focus in 2015' To A Friend?The continued reform needs to be deliberate, and it needs to give confidence to the general public that their public officials are serious about this.? Republican Sen. John Cosgrove said he also believes more bills will be forthcoming, though he's of ...

Richmond Times-Dispatch: Pipeline: pro and con

September 2, 2014
Sen. John Cosgrove, R-Chesapeake: ?This project will bring clean, affordable and abundant energy to communities across Virginia, including Hampton Roads. I am eager to work with Governor McAuliffe, Dominion and AGL to see this project completed ...

Suffolk News-Herald: Major gas pipeline to come through Suffolk

September 3, 2014
?This project will bring clean, affordable and abundant energy to communities across Virginia, including Hampton Roads,? Sen. John Cosgrove, a Republican whose district includes part of Suffolk, said in a press release from Gov. Terry McAuliffe's office.and more »

Asbury Park Press: Menendez delivers medals to World War II vet, at last

August 22, 2014
He'll return to New Jersey early next week. Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno is acting governor in his absence. U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez delivers nine distinguished service medals to a 97-year-old World War II Army veteran who never received the medals he had ...

These are all of the video clips of John Cosgrove’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since 2009. There are 216 video clips in all.

Index

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Bills

  • SB279: Concealed handgun permit; retired member of Department of Motor Vehicles enforcement division.
  • SB280: Military Affairs, Department of; Adjutant General to report directly to Governor.
  • SB281: Certificate of birth; upon request and receipt of evidence, adopted person who has U.S. citizenship.
  • SB282: Virginia Fire Services Board; Board shall meet no more than six times per year.
  • SB283: Elections, State Board of; powers and duties.
  • SB347: Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; contents of time-share owners' association annual report.
  • SB348: Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; alternative purchase.
  • SB349: Seized drugs and paraphernalia; forfeiture to law enforcement.
  • SB356: Manufactured homes; revises requirements, etc., for titling homes, conversion to real property.
  • SB565: Commercial driver's licenses, etc.; compliance with federal requirements.
  • SB577: Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; public offering statement, multisite registration.
  • SB599: Student data; cloud computing.
  • SB600: Concealed handgun permits; references to issuance of handgun permit before July 1, 2008.
  • SB601: Hampton Roads, Transportation District Commission of; staggers terms of gubernatorial appointees.
  • SB610: Criminal history record information checks, protective order registry; dissemination of information.
  • SJ46: Hampton Roads, regional; Department of Transportation to study location of its office.
  • SJ101: Suffolk, City of, & Paul D. Camp Community College; to collaborate on joint academic center, etc.
  • SJ132: Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Sean Christopher Snyder.
  • SJ5084: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Vernon Thomas Forehand, Jr.
  • SR525: Commending the Hickory High School competition cheer team.
  • SR526: Commending the Great Bridge High School gymnastics team.
  • SR527: Commending the Hickory High School baseball team.
  • SR528: Commending the Great Bridge High School softball team.
  • SR529: Commending the Grassfield High School theatre troupe.
  • SR530: Commending the Western Branch High School girls' indoor track team.
  • SR531: Commending the Western Branch High School girls' track and field team.
  • SR532: Commending the Western Branch High School baseball team.
  • HB168: Campaign practices; final disposition of surplus funds by General Assembly members.
  • HB230: Alcoholic beverage control; suspension of license for local tax delinquency.
  • HB231: Gas pipeline safety; information disclosures.
  • HB237: Criminal history record information checks upon handgun purchases; dissemination of information.
  • HB1209: Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; developer control period.
  • HB1630: Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; developer control in time-share estate program, etc.
  • HB1631: Drugs and paraphernalia; may be forfeited to law-enforcement agency for research and training.
  • HB1632: Motor vehicle dealers; imposition of financial penalties, warranty and sales incentive obligations.
  • HB1633: Beautification projects, local; localities to provide 30-day written notice to Commissioner of VDOT.
  • HB1634: Law-enforcement officer; impersonating an officer while committing certain acts.
  • HB1635: Jail facilities, temporary; Chesapeake allowed certain waivers for current temporary structures.
  • HB1636: Workers' compensation; presumptions, members of enforcement division of DMV.
  • HB1747: Voter registration; registration activities by third parties.
  • HB1748: Limited liability companies; updates Virginia Limited Liability Company Act, technical amendments.
  • HB1796: Death certificate; timely return to funeral director.
  • HB2190: Stormwater management ordinances; requires localities to adopt more stringent requirements, etc.
  • HB2208: Candidates in elections; party nominating methods.
  • HB2240: Criminal history record information checks, etc.; dissemination of information.
  • HB2302: Electronic security sales representatives; shall possess valid registration issued by DCJS.
  • HJ614: Commending Kathryn B. Galford.
  • HJ695: Commending Rosemary Willis.
  • HJ916: Commending the Virginia National Guard.
  • HB166: Zoning administrator; narrows instances in which administrator may modify certain orders.
  • HB167: Child labor; exemption for children employed in family business.
  • HB168: Campaign practices; final disposition of surplus funds by General Assembly members.
  • HB169: Enterprise zones; criteria for designation.
  • HB170: Zoning administrator; decisions reviewed by governing body shall be appealable to circuit court.
  • HB171: Motor Vehicle Transaction Recovery Fund; bonding requirements.
  • HB230: Alcoholic beverage control; suspension of license for local tax delinquency.
  • HB231: Gas pipeline safety; information disclosures.
  • HB232: Renewable energy; expands definition.
  • HB233: Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; resale of time-shares, disclosures.
  • HB234: Time-share estates; advertisement of foreclosure sales, information to be hard copy and electonic.
  • HB235: Motor vehicle, T&M, etc., dealers; limits number of supplemental sales licenses that can be issued.
  • HB236: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes hurricane preparedness products, etc.
  • HB237: Criminal history record information checks upon handgun purchases; dissemination of information.
  • HB526: Helicopters; local regulation of use.
  • HB645: Renewable energy; expands definition.
  • HB1134: Line of Duty Act; definition of deceased person.
  • HB1183: Virginia Port Authority; amends several provisions governing conduct of business.
  • HB1209: Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; developer control period.
  • HJ223: Commending John R. Newhart.
  • HJ299: Commending Daniel Certa.
  • HJ379: Commending the City of Chesapeake on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HJ390: National Guard Day; designating as third Monday in January 2013, & each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ396: Celebrating the accomplishments of the Virginia National Guard in 2011.
  • HJ433: Celebrating the life of Police Officer Specialist Timothy Brian Schock.
  • HB1163: Bottomlands rents and royalties; removes authority of Marine Resources Commission to charge rent.
  • HB1275: Va. High-Speed Rail Commission; established, replaces Va-North Carolina High Speed Rail Compact.
  • HB1582: Virginia Transportation Infrastructure Bank; created.
  • HB1648: Rail Enhancement Fund; allocation and use of funds.
  • HB1649: Virginia Water Protection Permit; fee exemption for U.S. Navy dredging projects.
  • HB1650: Magistrates; power to issue felony arrest warrants.
  • HB1651: Driver's licenses, permits, and special identification cards; issuance only to U.S. citizens.
  • HB1652: Personal property tax; valuation of certain motor vehicles.
  • HB1862: Spouse of member of armed forces; provides extension of expiration of certain licenses, etc.
  • HB1863: Illegal gambling; amends definition.
  • HB2280: Menhaden fishing; Marine Resource Commission to assess fee for those caught with purse net.
  • HB2310: Filled subaqueous bottomlands; Marine Resources Commission to convey title if lawfully deposited.
  • HB2445: Juvenile information dissemination; info. disseminated to State Police or U.S. Attorney General.
  • HB2446: Renewable energy portfolio standard program; credit multipliers.
  • HB2447: Renewable energy incentives; created for development of renewable energy facilities in State.
  • HB2503: Governor's Transportation Regulatory Review Commission; created.
  • HB2504: Transportation District Commission of Hampton Roads; appointments by Governor.
  • HJ560: Commending the National Aeronautics and Space Administration on the celebration of 30th anniversary.
  • HJ605: National Offshore Wind Technology Center; General Assembly to support establishing in Hampton Roads.
  • HJ713: Commending Big Blue of Old Dominion University, 2010 Capital One Mascot of the Year.
  • HJ792: Celebrating the accomplishments of the Virginia National Guard in 2010.
  • HJ942: Celebrating the life of Kirby T. Smith, Jr.
  • HJ960: Commending Francis T. Eck.
  • HB190: Motor vehicle buyer's order; revises kinds of transactions involving dealer-arranged financing.
  • HB191: Common Interest Community Board; clarification for complaints.
  • HB192: Fair Housing Board; establishes educational materials on Fair Housing Law.
  • HB193: Aerospace Advisory Council; removes July 1, 2010, sunset provision.
  • HB194: Filled subaqueous land; person who purchases lands to pay cost of preparing transfer documents.
  • HB195: Community services boards; reduces period of time a person must wait before being reappointed.
  • HB294: Menhaden fishery; Marine Resources Commission to adopt regulations.
  • HB295: Oceana/Fentress Military Advisory Council; membership.
  • HB296: Water safety zones; authorizes marine patrol divisions in Tidewater localities to patrol.
  • HB297: Noise ordinance; authorizes governing body to adopt civil penalties.
  • HB374: Cash proffers; collected or accepted by locality after completion of final inspection.
  • HB375: Removal of mercury switches from scrap and recycled vehicles; manufacturers to submit plans to DEQ.
  • HB1160: Fire Prevention Code, Statewide; authority to set fees to cover actual cost of administering.
  • HB1161: Jailer issued identification; allows sheriffs to issue special identification card to prisoners.
  • HB1162: Fire Prevention Code, Statewide; pyrotechnician or fireworks operator must be certified.
  • HB1163: Bottomlands rents and royalties; removes authority of Marine Resources Commission to charge rent.
  • HB1275: Va. High-Speed Rail Commission; established, replaces Va-North Carolina High Speed Rail Compact.
  • HB1330: Real Estate Time-Share Act; right of time-share owner to surrender time-share.
  • HB1331: Efficient Government, Council on; established.
  • HJ58: Commending the Honorable Richard S. Bray.
  • HJ137: Honor and Remember Flag; State's emblem of service and sacrifice by members of U.S. Armed Forces.
  • HJ265: Commending the Old Dominion University Monarchs football team.
  • HJ305: Celebrating the accomplishments of the Virginia National Guard and the Virginia Defense Force.
  • HJ385: Commending the Hampton Roads Small Business Development Center.
  • HJ429: Commending Dr. M.G. 'Pat' Robertson.
  • HB230: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts contractor when property used to construct, etc. public schools.
  • HB235: License plates; replacement of certain.
  • HB1687: Motor vehicle dealers; disclosure if financing, cancellation of purchaser's contract to buy vehicle.
  • HB1702: Charitable gaming; use of proceeds.
  • HB1703: Indoor Clean Air Act; prohibits smoking in certain public buildings, restaurants, etc., exceptions.
  • HB1722: Repossessed vehicles; person purchasing in another state may sell in State without obtaining title.
  • HB1871: Southeastern Public Service Authority; authorized to file petition in bankruptcy.
  • HB1872: Hampton Roads area; requirements for refuse collection and disposal system authorities.
  • HB1873: Motorcycles; issuance by DMV certain classifications.
  • HB1874: Magistrates; issuance of felony arrest warrants.
  • HB1875: War Memorial Foundation; establish criteria to honor Virginia's war casualties.
  • HB1876: Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits use of text messaging while driving certain vehicle.
  • HB1877: Absentee voting; firefighters and other first responders are entitled thereto.
  • HB1878: Elections; clarifications and revisions to registration and election processes.
  • HB1879: Government, local; alternatives to publication of notices for charter changes, referenda, etc.
  • HB2001: Biofuels Production Incentive Grant Program; producer of non-advanced neat biofuels eligible.
  • HB2002: Energy Plan; promotes use of sustainable biofuels made from traditional agricultural crops, etc.
  • HJ651: Project Lead the Way (PLTW) program; school divisions to launch in division's high schools.
  • HJ652: K-8 Mathematics Specialists; school divisions to hire to improve performance of students.
  • HJ653: PRODUCED in Virginia program; UVA School of Engineering & CVCC recognized for establishing.
  • HJ756: VAMPO; General Assembly recognizes need and encourages Secretary of Transportation to support, etc.
  • HJ760: Commending Willis Davis.
  • HJ827: Commending Nancy Parr.
  • HJ877: Commending Colonel Dionysios Anninos.
  • HJ910: Celebrating the accomplishments of the Virginia National Guard and Virginia Defense Force in 2008.
  • HB223: Sex offenders; prohibiting proximity to children.
  • HB224: Driving while intoxicated; elimination of requirement that intoxicant be self-administered.
  • HB225: Child restraint devices; exempts children being transported in minibuses and certain vans.
  • HB226: Charitable gaming; use of proceeds.
  • HB227: Contractors, Board for; applications for licensure.
  • HB228: Reduced cigarette ignition propensity; prohibits manufacture, etc. thereof unless meets standards.
  • HB229: Veterans services; Dept. to establish guidelines for eligibility for domiciled veterans, etc.
  • HB230: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts contractor when property used to construct, etc. public schools.
  • HB231: Law-enforcement officer; uniform requirement for arrests for speeding.
  • HB232: Magistrates; power to issue felony arrest warrants.
  • HB233: Dishwashing detergents; bans use of phosphorus therein for household dishwashing machines.
  • HB234: Technology Research Fund; adds sensor sciences to eligible research programs.
  • HB235: License plates; replacement of certain.
  • HB236: Identification cards, licenses, etc.; documents to be made of material to prevent duplication, etc.
  • HB237: Health insurance; mandated coverage for hearing aids for minors.
  • HB238: Income tax, state; exemption for launch services and payload to space flight participants.
  • HB239: Real estate tax; classification of certain energy-efficient buildings.
  • HB493: Virginia Criminal Information Network (VCIN); protective order information sent thereto.
  • HB494: Project Lead the Way Launch Program; created.
  • HB495: Police officer, impersonating; punishment of offense.
  • HB496: Crimes by Gangs Act; definition of predicate criminal act .
  • HB497: Center for Innovative Technology; duties, report.
  • HB498: Uniform Statewide Building Code; standards for installation of in-building antenna systems.
  • HB578: Innovative Technology Authority; powers of board of directors.
  • HB579: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include compensation to dealers.
  • HB580: Landlords and tenants; mold remediation and process for notice regarding.
  • HB1169: Misdemeanor and felony fees; increases fixed fees.
  • HB1170: Driver's license, commercial; passenger-carrying vehicle transporting fewer than 16 required.
  • HB1171: Alcoholic mixed beverages; grounds for suspension, etc. of license if obscene material upon premise.
  • HB1458: Freedom of Information Act; records and meetings of Innovative Technology Authority.
  • HB1549: Glass containers; on-premises licensees required to recycle.
  • HB6020: PPTA of 1995; issuance of requests for proposals thereunder for Hampton Roads highway projects.
  • HJ89: Southeastern Public Service Authority; Auditor of Public Accounts to collect, receive, etc. data.
  • HJ90: Science, etc. Education in State at Elementary, etc. Levels, Joint Subcom. studying; continued.
  • HJ94: Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS); encouraging Governor to initiate memorandum of agreement.
  • HJ164: Contractors, licensed; Commission on Immigration to study hiring of undocumented workers & impact.
  • HJ263: Speaker of House of Delegates; confirming appointments.
  • HJ344: Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Jonathan Kilian Dozier.
  • HJ360: Commending the Virginia National Guard.
  • HJ379: Commending Roseann Runte.
  • HJ402: Commending the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership on the occasion of its 15th anniversary.
  • HJ520: Commending Richard A. Justice.
  • HJ6038: Commending Ann Pesiri Swanson.
  • HJ6065: Commending Eva Teig Hardy.
  • HB129: Public health; Board of Health may declare area hazardous thereto and require sewer services.
  • HB253: Health insurance; refusal to accept assignments from patients or physicians prohibited.
  • HB598: Emergency medical services personnel; required to report child abuse or neglect.
  • HB1392: License plates, special; issuance for supporters of 9-1-1 communications professionals.
  • HB1496: Nontidal wetlands permits; eliminates requirement to obtain permits from state & federal government.
  • HB1624: Menhaden; limits on amount harvested annually.
  • HB1678: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include energy-efficient products.
  • HB1679: Overweight permits; exempts fire & emergency apparatus from weight limits on bridges & culverts.
  • HB1680: Domestic assault case; unavailability of deferred proceedings for previously convicted felons.
  • HB1770: Juveniles; destruction of fingerprints and photographs.
  • HB1771: Real Estate Time-Share Act; purchaser's right to surrender time-share.
  • HB1772: Law-enforcement officer; uniform requirement for arrests for speeding.
  • HB1773: Warrants; those issued against law-enforcement officers or public school employees.
  • HB1774: Disorderly house; unlawful for any person to keep, maintain, operate or to visit.
  • HB1775: Street gangs; add to list predicate acts for determination of membership status.
  • HB1776: Bond or recognizance; appeal from order denying bail or fixing terms thereof.
  • HB1777: Concealment of dead body; prohibition against, penalty.
  • HB1778: Photo-monitoring systems; counties and cities may establish to enforce traffic light signals.
  • HB1779: Motor Vehicle Transaction Recovery Fund; provides riteria for awarding of attorney fees.
  • HB1780: Real estate tax; requires each locality to lower its rate for forthcoming tax year.
  • HB1781: Surplus materials; band uniforms retained by publ. institutions of higher ed. not considered.
  • HB1782: License plates, special; issuance to members of Fraternal Order of Police.
  • HB1783: Traffic warning systems; VDOT to implement.
  • HB1784: Wine and beer; delivery thereof, permits.
  • HB1785: Puncturing motor vehicle tires; allows law-enforcement officer to utilize devices designed therefor.
  • HB1798: Professional Boxing, Wrestling and Martial Arts Advisory Board; created.
  • HB1799: Payday lending charges; establishing maximum annual interest rate.
  • HB1800: Condemnation cases; jury selection.
  • HB1801: Architects, Professional Engineers, etc., Bd of; cease and desist orders for unlicensed activity.
  • HB1802: Law-enforcement officer; increases penalty for impersonating.
  • HB2030: Modeling and Simulation Advisory Council; created.
  • HB2031: Parasail operators; Board of Game and Inland Fisheries to promulgate regulations applicable thereto.
  • HB2067: Indoor Clean Air Act; provides unlawful for any person to smoke in certain establishments.
  • HB2068: Children; penalty for sexual abuse against a child.
  • HB2352: Sale of secondhand articles; repeals requirement dealers get permit from local chief of police, etc.
  • HB2353: Computer trespass; adds spyware to crimes.
  • HB2354: Recount procedures; securing of ballots and election materials pending a recount.
  • HB2355: Modeling and Simulation Advisory Council; created.
  • HB2356: Fire Marshal, Office of; transfers enforcement of Fire Prevention Code thereto.
  • HB2357: Speed determination devices; repeals provision allowing law-enforcement to show motorist readings.
  • HB2358: Southeastern Public Service Authority; special committee to investigate operations and finances.
  • HB2359: Southeastern Public Service Authority; withdrawal of member locality.
  • HB2360: Southeastern Public Service Authority; commission to investigate acceptance of out-of-area waste.
  • HB2950: Architects, professional engineers, land surveyors, and landscape architects; definitions.
  • HB2951: Tolls; VDOT to impose and collect for use of Route 17 in City of Chesapeake.
  • HB3114: Aerospace Advisory Council; created.
  • HJ575: Energy Conservation Awareness Week; designating as first week in October 2007, and each succeeding.
  • HJ592: Commending Project Lifesaver.
  • HJ789: Commending Pennsylvania Senator Noah Wenger for outstanding service to Chesapeake Bay Commission.
  • HJ870: Commending William R. Shepherd, Jr.
  • HJ895: Celebrating the life of Electronics Technician Senior Chief Thomas K. Higgins.
  • HJ962: Commending David J. Skewes.
  • HJ979: Commending Jean R. Jensen.
  • HJ980: Commending The First Tee of Hampton Roads.
  • HB97: Magistrates; power to issue felony arrest warrants.
  • HB98: Motor vehicle accident; law-enforcement officer allowed to investigate on private property.
  • HB99: District court; allows State to appeal decision holding criminal statute unconstitutional.
  • HB100: Driver education programs, private; certain acceptable.
  • HB101: Constitutional amendment; marriage may exist only between a man and woman.
  • HB102: Driver's license; operating vehicle with suspended or revoked license, penalty.
  • HB128: Condominium Act; authorizing condominium association to be applicants in land use matters.
  • HB129: Public health; Board of Health may declare area hazardous thereto and require sewer services.
  • HB130: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include purchases of energy efficient products.
  • HB131: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain school-related items.
  • HB132: Eminent domain; jury to determine just compensation.
  • HB133: Route 17; imposition and collection of tolls for use thereof in City of Chesapeake.
  • HB134: Higher educational institutions; to report assignment of any intellectual property interests.
  • HB135: Marriage; increase of fee for ceremony.
  • HB136: License plates, special; issuance for members of Fraternal Order of Police.
  • HB250: Motor vehicle registrations and license plates; dealer may issue temporary certificates.
  • HB251: Driver's licenses; persons convicted of DUI must have motor vehicle liability insurance.
  • HB252: Menhaden fishery; Marine Resources Commission may adopt regulations governing.
  • HB253: Health insurance; refusal to accept assignments from patients or physicians prohibited.
  • HB254: Computer trespass; applicable to adding or altering information without authority.
  • HB255: Line of Duty Act; mandatory training required for employees covered thereby.
  • HB256: National Guard; requires that officers and enlisted members thereof receive active duty pay.
  • HB257: National Guard; retirement payments.
  • HB471: Retirement System; modifies benefits of state and local law-enforcement officers.
  • HB472: Teaching Scholarship Loan Program; those teaching special education in private schools eligible.
  • HB598: Emergency medical services personnel; required to report child abuse or neglect.
  • HB599: Propane air; clarification thereof.
  • HB749: Menhaden; limits on amount harvested annually.
  • HB1316: Felony cases; revocation of suspension of sentence and probation.
  • HB1317: Foster care; requires a nationwide criminal background check before placement of child.
  • HB1392: License plates, special; issuance for supporters of 9-1-1 communications professionals.
  • HB1393: Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education Grant Program Fund; created.
  • HB1407: Fees; certain charged by Commissioner.
  • HB1496: Nontidal wetlands permits; eliminates requirement to obtain permits from state & federal government.
  • HB5063: VDOT; Commissioner to annually report on actions and initiatives that involve outsourcing, etc.
  • HB5081: Height of vehicles; increases penalty.
  • HB5086: Toll collection; Transportation Board to impose for use of Route 17 in City of Chesapeake.
  • HJ23: Constitutional amendment; marriage may exist only between a man and woman.
  • HJ25: Science, math, and technology education; joint subcommittee to study.
  • HJ26: Commending James Hayden Laster.
  • HJ31: Southeastern Va. Training Center; study relocation thereof to benefit State & City of Chesapeake.
  • HJ168: Celebrating the life of Officer Michael K. Saffran.
  • HJ208: Vehicle emissions; on-road remote sensing devices in Northern Virginia, report.
  • HJ466: Celebrating the life of Trevor Ray Cobb.
  • HJ553: Commending the Great Bridge High School wrestling team.
  • HJ5090: Commending Colonel Yvonne J. Prettyman-Beck.
  • HJ5091: Commending Charlotte A. Collins.