Delegate Joe Morrissey (D-Highland Springs)
- 74: Counties of Charles City and Henrico (part); City of Richmond (part) [map]
- Took Office
- January 2008
- Next Election
- November 2013
- Education, Health, Welfare and Institutions
- Copatroning Habits
- 60% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 97% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 53% of them are Democrats.
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- Bills Passed
- 0% in 2013
Delegate Morrissey served as Richmond commonwealth's attorney from 1989-1993. He holds a BA in economics from the University of Virginia, a JD from Georgetown and an Master of Laws from Trinity College (Dublin). He has two children.
|Morrissey, Joe||Democratic candidate contributions to own campaign||$65,000|
|Stoner, Kenneth E||Uncoded||$7,500|
|Joseph, D Morrissey||Uncoded||$4,553|
|Dominion||Energy production & distribution||$2,000|
|Virginia Automobile & Truck Dealers Association||Auto dealers, new & used||$2,000|
|Preston Brown Radio 1340 Am||Uncoded||$2,000|
|Virginia Beer Wholesalers Association||Liquor wholesalers||$1,750|
|Vad Pac Exempt Functions Account||Uncoded||$1,500|
Data provided by The National Institute on Money in State Politics.
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These are all of the video clips of Joe Morrissey’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 321 video clips in all.
- HB1353: Absentee voting; persons eligible to vote by absentee ballot.
- HB1355: Writs of actual innocence; petitions.
- HB1364: Court-appointed experts; compensation in criminal cases.
- HB1365: Mental health experts; appointment in criminal cases not involving insanity defense or competency.
- HB1366: Smoking; unlawful for person to smoke in motor vehicle with minor present, civil penalty.
- HB1367: Cigarettes; deemed litter for purposes of criminal punishment for improper disposal of trash.
- HB1371: Reckless driving; removes driving in excess of 80 mph, etc.
- HB1381: Plastic bags; imposes $0.05 tax beginning 7/1/14 on those used by purchasers to carry certain goods.
- HB1878: Sources of revenue; establishing and adjusting for appropriations of State and its localities.
- HB1879: Photo-monitoring systems.
- HB1880: School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year.
- HB1881: University of Virginia; appointment to Board of Visitors.
- HB1882: Virginia Public Procurement Act; resident employment and apprenticeship participation.
- HB2207: Firearms and firearms magazines, certain; unlawful to sell, import, etc., penalty.
- HB2213: Candidate petitions; review of signatures, appeals.
- HJ557: Celebrating the life of William Stuart Crabtree, Jr.
- HJ563: Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of felonies.
- HB113: School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year.
- HB114: Cigarettes; deemed litter for purposes of criminal punishment for improper disposal of trash.
- HB115: Smoking in cars with a minor present; civil penalty.
- HB116: Higher educational institutions; clarifies policies & procedures for violence prevention on campus.
- HB121: Virginia Housing Trust Fund Authority; created, report.
- HB122: Drivers licenses; allows military veterans who are at least 21 to have veteran status indicated.
- HB123: Specialty criminal court dockets; court may establish to address specialized needs of defendants.
- HB124: Plastic bags; imposes a tax of 20 cents on those used by purchasers.
- HB797: Handguns; carrying while under influence of alcohol or drugs in a public place, penalty.
- HB1122: Derelict and blighted buildings; authorizes locality to serve as receiver to repair.
- HB1232: Virginia Public Procurement Act; resident employment and apprenticeship participation, required.
- HB1278: Writ of actual innocence; person convicted of felony may petition Supreme Court.
- HJ17: Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of felonies, etc.
- HJ23: Employment First initiative; Secretary of Health and Human Resources to develop in State, report.
- HJ482: Commending Cody Allala.
- HR76: Celebrating the life of Anthony Joseph Basile.
- HR77: Commending the Reverend Dr. A. Lincoln James, Jr.
- HB2339: Smoking in cars with minor present; civil penalty.
- HB2340: Protective orders; expands class of persons eligible to include those in dating relationship.
- HB2341: Plastic bags; imposed tax of $0.20 on plastic bags used by purchasers.
- HB2342: Income tax, state; tax credit for hiring employees with disabilities.
- HB2343: Handgun; Class 1 misdemeanor for carrying while under influence of alcohol or drugs.
- HB2344: Cigarette butts; imposes civil penalty for improper disposal for each butt.
- HB2345: National Guard; eligibility for service.
- HB2346: Higher educational institutions; compensation of athletic coaches.
- HB2347: Incarcerated defendant; waiver of payment of interest on fines and costs for certain cases.
- HB2348: Fertilizer and deicing agents; requires certain localities to regulate sale and application.
- HB2349: Maximum speed limits; shall be 60 miles per hour where indicated by lawfully placed signs.
- HB2350: Reckless driving; person driving in excess of 20 mph over speed limit is guilty.
- HB2351: Writ of actual evidence; allows testing of biological evidence to be conducted.
- HB2352: Motor fuels tax; rate increase.
- HB2353: Renewable energy portfolio standard program; investor-owned electric utility, etc., to participate.
- HJ633: Employment First initiative; Secretary of Health & Human Resources to develop & implement in State.
- HJ634: Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of felonies.
- HR66: Commending the Richmond Boys Choir.
- HB175: Barrier crimes; limits assault-related crimes to felony assault crimes only.
- HB176: Speed limits; provides for 70 mph on certain portions of I-95 and I-295.
- HB177: Seasonal tax preparation employees; disqualifies employee from receiving unemployment compensation.
- HB178: Seasonal or temporary workers; disqualifies employee from unemployment compensation benefits.
- HB179: Nonpartisan Redistricting Commission Act; created.
- HB180: Marijuana; loss of driving privilege if convicted for possession in a motor vehicle.
- HB181: Gift cards; prohibits issuance of those that automatically expire as a result of passage of time.
- HB182: Incarcerated defendant; waiver of payment of interest on fines and costs accrued.
- HB183: Expungement of criminal record; allows a person to have his conviction expunged after 10 years.
- HB184: Petition to vacate finding of guilt of convicted person; upon discovery of new evidence.
- HB185: Elections; qualified registered voter may vote in person from 14 to three days before election.
- HB186: Smoking in cars with minor present; civil penalty.
- HB187: Open-end lending; provides extensions of credit secured by motor vehicle titles, caps interest.
- HB188: Payday Loans; limiting interest to a maximum annual rate of 36 percent.
- HB519: Minority Business Enterprise, Department of; enhancement measures for small, women-owned, etc.
- HB520: Sale of firearms at firearms shows; person who sells 3 or more to be licensed as a firearms dealer.
- HB521: Plastic bags; bans use by retailers at point of sale unless designed and manufactured for reuse.
- HB522: Deferred disposition in criminal cases; allows court to dismiss cases other than Class 4 felonies.
- HB662: Health professions; disciplinary actions.
- HB793: Criminal confessions; inadmissible unless videotaped.
- HJ42: Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of felonies, etc.
- HJ199: Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Phillip Myers.
- HJ433: Commending Emmanuel Episcopal Church on the occasion of its 150th anniversary.
- HB1809: Consumer Finance Act; open-end loan plans secured by motor vehicle titles.
- HB1810: Course credit; students called to active military duty may receive full credit.
- HB1811: Deferred disposition; allows court to defer & dismiss any criminal case other than Class 4 felonies.
- HB1812: Questioning employees about criminal convictions; prohibits employer from asking about certain.
- HB1813: Criminal conviction; expungement of record upon showing opportunities for employment are prejudiced.
- HB1814: Plastic bags; bans use by retailers at point of sale unless designed & manufactured for reuse.
- HB1815: Questioning employees about criminal convictions; prohibits employer from asking about certain.
- HB1816: Unemployment benefits; eligibility of seasonal or temporary workers.
- HB1817: Speed limit; provides for 70 mph speed limit on certain portions of I-95 and I-295.
- HB1852: Health Professions, Department of; confidentiality of investigations.
- HB2318: Firearms; any person who sells three or more firearms at show be licensed as a firearms dealer.
- HB2581: Tuition, in-state; eligibility for Native Americans.
- HJ663: Windmill turbines; joint subcommittee to study efficacy of generating electricity therefrom.
- HJ664: Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference).
- HJ717: Native Americans; honoring their contributions to State, etc.
- HJ1004: Commending Leland D. Melvin.
- HB1373: Tuition, in-state; eligibility for Native Americans.
- HB1374: Restricted permit; issuance thereof for license suspension for nonpayment of fines and costs.
- HB1375: Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed certain drivers.
- HB1376: Crimes Against Minors and Sex Offender Registry; use of data by SAVIN.
- HB1377: Payday lending charges; establishes maximum annual interest rate..
- HB1378: Incompetent defendants; disposition.
- HB1379: Public Procurement Act; exempts purchase of product used with distilled spirits intended for resale.
- HB1568: Transfer of juveniles; consider after-discovered evidence not considered during transfer hearing.
- HB1569: Deferred disposition; court dismiss any criminal case set forth re deferral & dismissal for crimes.
- HJ186: Celebrating the life of Roy Otis Brown, Sr.