Delegate Scott Lingamfelter (R-Woodbridge)

Photo of Scott Lingamfelter
Party
Republican
District
31: Counties of Fauquier (part) and Prince William (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2002
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Appropriations, Education, Militia, Police and Public Safety (Chair)
Website
va31st.com
Copatroning Habits
86% 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, 71% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
25.9% in 2014
Campaign Contributions
$1,785.21 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Stuart For Senate Campaign Committee N/A $0

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Recent Mentions in the Media

Washington Post: Del. Michael Futrell joins race for open Virginia Senate seat

December 16, 2014
Del. Michael Futrell (D-Prince William) plans to give up his seat in the House of Delegates to run for the state Senate district represented by retiring state Sen. Chuck Colgan (D-Prince William) next year. He joins Atif Qarni and Jeremy McPike in the ...

Daily Press (blog): More voting? Lingamfelter proposes runoff elections Va.

December 4, 2014
Virginia may be the land that elections never forgot -- our odd-year elections for state officials mean we're ALWAYS voting -- but now Del. Scott Lingamfelter, R-Prince William, is proposing another. He's sponsoring a bill that would have Virginia ...

PotomacLocal.com: Cost of living help dwindles for Prince William teachers

December 5, 2014
?The sad reality is we're hunting $500 million in the out years [of the state budget],? said Delegate Scott Lingamfelter (R-Fauquier, Prince William). ?We'll help the county the best we can. But we remain in a difficult climate. It would be improper ...

Lynchburg News and Advance: McAuliffe announces package of gun proposals

December 16, 2014
Del. L. Scott Lingamfelter, R-Prince William, who sponsored the 2012 measure to repeal the provision, argued that technology and the quality of background checks had rendered the law unnecessary. Over the years, people have been exempted from the ...

Inside NoVA: Jail expansion, Va. 28 relief on Prince William's legislative wish list

December 8, 2014
Jail expansion, Va. 28 relief on Prince William's legislative wish listDel. Scott Lingamfelter, R-31st, said it could be a challenge. ?I hope you understand that the environment we're in is very serious,? Lingamfelter said. ?I think it would be improper for anyone to say, 'Oh, no problem. We'll go and fill that bucket ...

These are all of the video clips of Scott Lingamfelter’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 191 video clips in all.

Index

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Bills

  • HB253: Alternative onsite sewage systems; licensure of installers.
  • HB727: Campaign finance disclosure; out-of-state political committees.
  • HB729: Tax restructuring; modifies individual income and retail sales and use taxes.
  • HB732: Administration, Secretary of; transfer of powers and duties, etc.
  • HB736: Concealed handgun permits, lifetime; Department of State Police to issue, penalty.
  • HB738: Conservation easements; agreements to obtain land, consent required, inverse condemnation.
  • HB1362: Elections; run-off elections.
  • HB1407: State secondary highways; allocation of funds.
  • HJ497: U.S. Constitution; application for a convention of the states.
  • HJ517: Commending Japanese American veterans of World War II.
  • HJ526: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); charter schools.
  • HB31: Primary elections; voter registration by political party, additional information.
  • HB99: Tax information; changes unlawful dissemination or publication to Class 1 misdemeanor.
  • HB100: Concealed handgun permits; references to issuance of handgun permit before July 1, 2008.
  • HB101: Auxiliary police officers, mounted; training requirements.
  • HB131: Chesapeake Bay; voluntary tax contributions for restoration, report.
  • HB132: Commissioned officers; tuition-free instruction at higher educational institutions.
  • HB253: Alternative onsite sewage systems; licensure of installers.
  • HB254: Alcoholic beverage control; creates art instruction studio license.
  • HB255: Photo-monitoring; systems to enforce traffic light signals.
  • HB256: State Police, Department of; variable housing allowance.
  • HB257: Felonies; use or display of firearm in committing, penalty.
  • HB258: Higher educational institutions; restrictions on student speech, limitations.
  • HB306: Deputy sheriffs; eligibility for enhanced retirement benefits.
  • HB307: Hunter safety education; after-school programs for students in grades 7 through 12.
  • HB310: First informer broadcaster; access to station in state emergency area to disseminate news.
  • HB493: Student religious viewpoint expression; limited public forums, school division policy.
  • HB494: Localities; personnel policies related to use of public property.
  • HB501: Tuition, in-state; counting out-of-state students for certain purposes.
  • HB727: Campaign finance disclosure; out-of-state political committees.
  • HB728: Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Protection Act; discriminatory and retaliatory action.
  • HB729: Tax restructuring; modifies individual income and retail sales and use taxes.
  • HB730: Public Safety & Homeland Security, & Veterans & Defense Affairs, Secretaries of; transfer of powers.
  • HB731: Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act; liability for employment discrimination.
  • HB732: Administration, Secretary of; transfer of powers and duties, etc.
  • HB733: Ordinances, local; vehicles blocking access to curb ramps, etc., on public or private property.
  • HB735: Bottomlands, submerged; posting of claim.
  • HB736: Concealed handgun permits, lifetime; Department of State Police to issue, penalty.
  • HB738: Conservation easements; agreements to obtain land, consent required, inverse condemnation.
  • HB739: Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers & Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Protection Acts; remedies, etc.
  • HB958: House of Delegates districts; technical adjustment.
  • HB970: House of Delegates districts; technical adjustment.
  • HB1138: Immigrant Assistance, Office of; created.
  • HB1139: Motor vehicle insurance; premiums based on credit information.
  • HB1140: General Services, Department of; disposition of certain surplus materials.
  • HJ9: United States Constitution; application for a convention of the states.
  • HJ34: School buses; JLARC to study effectiveness of requiring seat belts.
  • HJ5226: Commending Paula W. Hose.
  • HR72: Commending Edward Wachtmeister.
  • HR73: Commending Karen Wachtmeister.
  • HR81: Commending Warren Aldrich.
  • HR93: Celebrating the life of Chris Yung.
  • HR94: Celebrating the life of Francis Robert Ganey.
  • HR95: Celebrating the life of Robert Stephen Ganey.
  • HR99: Commending Brandon D. West.
  • HR100: Commending Charles A. Lanfranchi, Jr.
  • HR104: Commending SySTEMic Solutions.
  • HR105: Commending Shawn LaRue.
  • HR107: Celebrating the life of James Edward Price.
  • HR111: Celebrating the life of Joseph Edward Coleman, Jr.
  • HR131: Commending the Law Office of Marie Washington.
  • HR132: Commending Fauquier Habitat for Humanity.
  • HR133: Commending Fauquier Times.
  • HR134: Commending Brenda Rich.
  • HR532: Celebrating the life of Robert Nakamoto.
  • HB923: Concealed handgun permits and carrying concealed weapons; reorganizing and recodifying law.
  • HB930: Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act; administration of election laws for military voters.
  • HB1249: Duck blinds license; renewal date changed.
  • HB1430: Right to Farm Act; expands definition of agricultural operations, etc.
  • HB1461: Tuition, in-state; veterans residing within State shall be eligibile for in-state tuition charges.
  • HB1505: Sewage systems; betterment loans.
  • HB1825: Duck blinds; establishes time periods for person to obtain stationary blind license.
  • HB1827: Citizens Standards of Learning Review Board; established, report.
  • HB1831: Businesses, beginning; tax incentives.
  • HB1833: Concealed weapons and concealed handgun permits; reorganizing & recodifying law related to carrying.
  • HB1836: Local budgets; itemized expenditures shall include any discretionary funds to be designated, etc.
  • HB1839: Home-produced operations; exempts food products processed in homes from certain regulations.
  • HB1841: Virginia Defense Force; issuance of local vehicle license for vehicles owned or leased by members.
  • HB1877: Corrections and Juvenile Justice, Departments of; powers and duties of Director, etc.
  • HB2112: Hunting; allowed on Sunday on state and federal military bases, etc. with approval of officer.
  • HB2194: Capital outlay; establishes revised six-year plan for projects.
  • HB2235: Firearms; increases penalties for use, display, or discharge during commission of certain felonies.
  • HB2342: Criminal history record information check; concealed handgun permittees.
  • HJ653: U.S. Constitution; reaffirms Virginia's rights & rights of its citizens under 10th amend.
  • HJ654: United Nations Agenda 21; General Assembly recognizes need to oppose.
  • HJ684: Constitutional amendment; Board of Education authorized to establish charter schools.
  • HJ947: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Robert Loren Thoburn.
  • HB921: Hunting; allows person to hunt wild bird or wild animal on Sundays.
  • HB922: Real estate tax; exemption for disabled veterans.
  • HB923: Concealed handgun permits and carrying concealed weapons; reorganizing and recodifying law.
  • HB924: Larceny; conspiracy to commit, penalty.
  • HB925: Castle doctrine; codifies version allowing use of deadly force against an intruder in dwelling.
  • HB926: Circuit court; Prince William County authorizing clerk to charge convenience fee for land records.
  • HB927: Secondhand articles; includes certain telecommunications cable.
  • HB928: Mechanics' liens; allows contractors to obtain liens in amount of value of work contracted for lots.
  • HB929: Concealed weapons; exemption of former attorneys for State to obtain permit.
  • HB930: Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act; administration of election laws for military voters.
  • HB931: Elections; party identification on ballots in local elections.
  • HB932: Voluntary Nutrient Management Plan Program; DCR to develop training and certification program.
  • HB933: Real estate tax; exemption for disabled veterans.
  • HB934: Bottomlands conveyed by special grant; establishes presumption in civil action for trespass, etc.
  • HB935: Medical College of Virginia; naming conventions.
  • HB936: Senate and House Committees on Standards of Conduct; requires each house to establish.
  • HB937: Spouses of military service members; expediting issuance of business licenses, etc.
  • HB938: Military training, etc.; regulatory boards to accept as equivalent to requirements for licensures.
  • HB939: Accounts, Department of; recovery of erroneous or improper payments to state officer or employee.
  • HB940: Handguns; eliminates prohibition on purchasing more than one in a 30-day period.
  • HB941: Fire investigation warrant; State Police arson investigators may obtain.
  • HB942: Alternative onsite sewage system; locality can not require owner to enter in performance agreement.
  • HB943: Service handguns; certain law-enforcement officers to purchase.
  • HB1173: Charter schools, public; funding and service contracts.
  • HB1210: Lawn maintenance fertilizer; nitrogen application rates, labeling.
  • HB1248: Transportation; provides revenues for construction, maintenance, and funding.
  • HB1249: Duck blind license; renewal date changed.
  • HJ132: Homeland security and emergency management; JLARC to study planning & preparedness efforts in State.
  • HJ133: Child protective services; JLARC to study operation and performance of State's system.
  • HJ198: Commending Alan G. Merten.
  • HJ199: Commending Pastor George Beaven.
  • HJ224: Commending Terrence L. Nyhous.
  • HJ225: Commending Raymond E. Graham.
  • HJ233: Celebrating the life of Fred Elvin Yohey, Jr.
  • HJ239: Commending Hadden Culp.
  • HJ457: Commending E. Brock Price.
  • HJ458: Commending Patrick D. Nutz.
  • HJ459: Commending Robert and Betty Niles.
  • HR45: Celebrating the life of Colonel Van T. Barfoot.
  • HR572: Celebrating the life of Mary Carol Matt Beirne.
  • HB47: Income tax, state; telework expenses tax credit.
  • HB484: Water or sewer companies; serving more than 25 customers to incorporate as public service company.
  • HB494: Notary public; civil immunity for local government officers, employees, and volunteers.
  • HB2323: State lottery; instant ticket game to benefit veterans.
  • HB2324: Virginia Research and Technology Investment Program; created, report.
  • HB2325: Income tax, state; research and development expenses tax credit.
  • HB2326: Waterworks systems; regulation.
  • HB2327: Photo monitoring systems; limitations on local adoption of systems.
  • HB2328: Six-Year Capital Outlay Plan; process by which agencies' requests for capital project are presented.
  • HB2329: Authorities for development of former federal areas; dissolution.
  • HB2330: Information exchange program; Secretary of Public Safety to establish.
  • HB2331: Allocation of highway maintenance & construction funds; alters manner Transportation Bd. allocates.
  • HB2332: Citizenship of arrestee; arresting officer to ascertain.
  • HB2333: Virginia Public Procurement Act; preference for Virginia firms using E-Verify program.
  • HB2334: Fish and Wildlife, Commission on; established, report.
  • HB2411: Land use approvals; existing performance bonds may be waived if locality has bonding moratorium.
  • HB2412: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; court order plea.
  • HJ697: Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel John F. McDonnell, USAF (Ret.).
  • HJ744: Celebrating the life of Creston Martin Owen.
  • HJ745: Celebrating the life of Paul Michael Dittamo.
  • HJ746: Celebrating the life of Edwin F. Gulick.
  • HJ749: Commending Senior Lieutenant Phillip Harrover, Jr.
  • HJ750: Commending William F. Fox Model School.
  • HJ758: Commending Charles A. Sledd.
  • HJ759: Celebrating the life of Colonel Edward J. Burke, USA (Ret.).
  • HJ821: Commending the United States Army's First Infantry Division.
  • HJ822: Commending those who have immigrated to the United States while adhering to the immigration laws.
  • HJ878: Celebrating the life of Joseph J. Kokalas.
  • HJ882: Commending Russell Claar.
  • HJ883: Commending Anne C. Hall.
  • HJ884: Commending Harvey and Ellen Ussery.
  • HJ885: Commending Ed Dandar.
  • HJ886: Commending Cecil Campbell.
  • HB47: Income tax, state; telework expenses tax credit.
  • HB48: Debt Capacity Advisory Committee; adds State Comptroller and Staff Directors to membership.
  • HB49: Handguns; repeals one-gun-a-month limitation.
  • HB484: Water or sewer companies; serving more than 25 customers to incorporate as public service company.
  • HB485: Governor; shall initiate an operational and programmatic performance review of state agencies.
  • HB486: Impeding hunting; unlawful for person to put out bait or salt for wildlife in place used by hunters.
  • HB487: Game and Inland Fisheries, Board of; expands authority to adopt regulations on feeding game, etc.
  • HB488: Model bow hunting; ordinances are to include times of day in which hunting can occur and limits.
  • HB489: Concealed weapon and concealed handgun permits; reorganizes existing law.
  • HB490: Concealed handguns; development of plan for issuance of lifetime permit by State Police.
  • HB491: Consumable materials; authorizes a school board to charge fees.
  • HB492: Removal of motor vehicles; adds Prince William Co. to localities that may remove or immobilize.
  • HB493: Uniform Statewide Building Code; increases civil penalty.
  • HB494: Notary public; civil immunity for local government officers, employees, and volunteers.
  • HB495: Churches; exempts serving meals prepared in homes of members from licensure requirements.
  • HB496: Condominium & Property Owners Association Acts; increases time charge for violation may be assessed.
  • HB497: Voter registration applications; proof of citizenship.
  • HB498: Voter identification requirements; may vote a provisional ballot if can't provide proof of ID.
  • HB499: Candidates for office; required to file copy of petition signed by qualified voters.
  • HB955: Workers' compensation; adds salaried & volunteer lifesaving & rescue squad members to list entitled.
  • HB956: Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; establish restrictions on display of U.S. flag.
  • HB1204: Conservators of the peace, special; authorized to use seal of State.
  • HB1329: Motor fuels sales tax; defines gross sales and sales price for purposes of tax in Northern Virginia.
  • HB1337: Veterans Bill of Rights; Commissioner and Board of Veterans Services to develop and implement.
  • HB1348: Subdivision ordinance; designated administrative agency means planning commission of locality, etc.
  • HB1390: Charter schools, public; review & consideration of application by Board of Education & school board.
  • HJ185: Celebrating the life of Sergeant Dale Russel Griffin.
  • HJ189: Commending the Cold War Museum.
  • HJ395: Commending Barbara Severin.
  • HJ396: Commending David and Jolly DeGive.
  • HJ397: Commending Cindee Cordova.
  • HJ398: Commending the Boys and Girls Club of Fauquier County.
  • HJ399: Commending the Southern Fauquier Historical Society, Inc.
  • HR7: Celebrating the life of Christopher J. Klicka.
  • HB20: Primary elections; voter registration by political party.
  • HB51: Immigration laws; immunity to State agencies and employees, etc. for authorized enforcement.
  • HB55: English; designating as official language of State.
  • HB1174: Immigrant Assistance, Office of; created.
  • HB1559: Individual retirement accounts (IRAs); exemption from civil judgments.
  • HB1844: Charter school, public; applicant of governing body, etc. to disclose interests during charter term.
  • HB1845: Remote access to land records; Prince William County may establish a pilot program assessing fee.
  • HB1846: Motor fuels tax; converts rates to percentage that shall be calculated by DMV Commissioner.
  • HB1847: Dove hunting; exempts persons from wearing blaze orange clothing.
  • HB1848: Transportation; Auditor of Public Accounts to administer operational performance audit.
  • HB1849: Post-Disaster Anti-Price Gouging Act; expands definition of disaster for purposes thereof.
  • HB1850: Medical examiner reports; admissibility of contents in any preliminary hearing.
  • HB1851: Firearms; purchase by members of United States Armed Forces or Virginia National Guard.
  • HB2033: State employees; four-day work week.
  • HB2034: Plats; extends period of validity with phased developments.
  • HB2524: Personal property tax; classification.
  • HB2540: Resources Authority; additional powers.
  • HJ18: Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans (first reference).
  • HJ747: Commending Fauquier County on the occasion of its 250th anniversary.
  • HJ764: Commending the Commonwealth Protection Institute.
  • HJ785: Commending Cadet Gregory E. Lippiatt.
  • HJ808: Celebrating the life of James Marshall Smith.
  • HJ809: Celebrating the life of Jean Claire Smith.
  • HJ963: Commending John Schied.
  • HJ964: Commending Ann Davis.
  • HJ965: Commending Bill and Jeri Noel Jackson.
  • HJ966: Commending Becky Crouch.
  • HJ967: Commending Donald Mason.
  • HR56: Commending Lieutenant General James Judson Lovelace.
  • HB20: Primary elections; voter registration by political party.
  • HB51: Immigration laws; immunity to State agencies and employees, etc. for authorized enforcement.
  • HB52: Antique motor vehicles; eliminates notarization requirements of certain information thereof.
  • HB53: Campaign contributions; requires PACs to report contributions for election of particular candidate.
  • HB54: Campaign contributions; requires PACs to report contributions for election of particular candidate.
  • HB55: English; designating as official language of State.
  • HB56: Retail Sales and Use Tax exemption; certain energy-efficient products.
  • HB57: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include computers and computer-related peripheral equipment.
  • HB120: Educational programs; computation of composite index.
  • HB121: Mental health treatment for minors; parental notification required.
  • HB122: Campaign fundraising; broadens prohibition during legislative sessions.
  • HB1173: Motorcyclists; allows certain persons at least 21 years of age to ride without helmets.
  • HB1174: Immigrant Assistance, Office of; created.
  • HB1175: Apprentice hunting license; Department of Game and Inland Fisheries to issue.
  • HB1176: Motor vehicle insurance settlement practices; cap on reimbursement for paint and materials.
  • HB1177: Plats; length of validity after all or portion of property recorded.
  • HB1178: Forgery; penalty.
  • HB1179: Assault & battery; admission to bail person committing second or subsequent offense against family.
  • HB1180: Assault and battery; second offense against family member, penalty.
  • HB1181: Conservators of the peace, special; circuit court judge required to appoint.
  • HB1182: Predicate criminal act; adds grand larceny thereas for gang membership.
  • HB1183: Home instruction of children; requirements.
  • HB1184: Financial and management review; Governor to initiate for all state agencies, report.
  • HB1185: Voter registration; cancellation on basis of non-citizenship.
  • HB1552: Erosion and sediment control plan; file specifications for stream restoration banks annually.
  • HB1553: Motor fuels tax; prohibits Tax Commissioner from compromising & settling without consent.
  • HB1559: Individual retirement accounts (IRAs); exemption from civil judgments.
  • HB1560: Real estate taxes; requires localities to permit real property owners to defer portion thereof.
  • HB1561: Local license tax; exemption for new businesses.
  • HB6007: Motor fuels tax; eliminates current cents per gallon and replaces it with 5% sales and use tax.
  • HB6023: Transportation agencies; Auditor of Public Accounts to administer an operational, etc. audit.
  • HB6024: Income tax, state; telework tax credit to aide transportation, report.
  • HB6046: Transportation agencies; Auditor of Public Accounts to administer an operational, etc. audit.
  • HB6047: Highway bridge maintenance & reconstruction; Transportation Board to issue contracts for projects.
  • HJ18: Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans (first reference).
  • HJ166: Public schools; Board of Education et al. to study use of certain cleaning & maintenance products.
  • HJ503: Commending Ernest L. Gray, Jr.
  • HJ504: Commending Robert L. Sinclair.
  • HJ505: Commending Jay E. VanGelder.
  • HJ506: Commending Harry F. Atherton.
  • HJ507: Commending William G. Downey IV.
  • HJ508: Commending Richard W. Robison.
  • HJ534: Commending Jarcelynn M. Hart.
  • HJ535: Commending John Albertella.
  • HJ536: Commending the Catlett-Calverton-Casanova Ruritan Club.
  • HJ537: Commending Hope Porter.
  • HJ538: Commending Andy Budd.
  • HJ558: Commending Boy Scouts in Troop 1187 and 1930 who received 2007 Citizens of the Year Awards.
  • HB164: Family life education; emphasis of abstinence in curricula.
  • HB1154: Identity theft; notification of breach of information system.
  • HB1567: Conservators of peace, special; jurisdiction.
  • HB1698: Children; expands current crime of taking indecent liberties therewith.
  • HB1699: Motor vehicle license fees and taxes, local; repeals authority of imposition and collection thereof.
  • HB1700: Defense Facility and Transportation Improvement Fund and Program; created.
  • HB1701: Highway construction, primary and secondary; revises formulas used to allocate funds therefor.
  • HB1702: Standards of Quality; requires G.A. to modify current funding formula, etc. of composite index.
  • HB1703: Retail Sales and Use Tax; increases amount of revenue dedicated to Transportation Trust Fund.
  • HB1704: Driver's license expiration; extension to certain persons in service serving outside country.
  • HB1705: National Defense Industrial Authority; clarifies that employees are eligible to participate in VRS.
  • HB1706: Real estate tax; limitation on tax rate by localities.
  • HB1707: School boards; contractor to provide certification that employees have not been convicted of felony.
  • HB1708: Reckless driving; person must attend alcohol safety action program if driver's license suspended.
  • HB1709: Car tax relief reimbursements; income tax sharing w/localities for transp. & educa. in lieu thereof.
  • HB2307: National Defense Industrial Authority; adds Adjutant General to membership.
  • HB2308: Model firearms hunting ordinances; locality may adopt those developed by Board of Game, etc.
  • HB2309: Shotguns; eliminates certain requirements for hunting migratory game birds.
  • HB2310: Transportation projects, local; state funding for portions thereof.
  • HB2311: Public Charter School Fund; created.
  • HB2312: State agencies; Governor to ensure financial and management review of executive branches, report.
  • HB2313: Migratory Waterfowl Conservation Stamp; changes fiscal year thereof.
  • HB2314: Tolls; provides for imposition and collection thereof for use of any component of Interstate system.
  • HB2543: Motor vehicle repair labor rates; SCC to conduct quarterly surveys of operators of repair facility.
  • HB2544: Subdivision plats; local planning commission, etc to forward to appropriate state agency for review.
  • HB2652: Concealed weapons; amends provisions relating thereto.
  • HB2653: Firearms; illegal conveyance.
  • HB2654: Military Affairs, Department of; establishes specific duties and functions to be carried out.
  • HB2655: Highway maintenance payments; counties that have withdrawn from state secondary highway system.
  • HB3026: Income tax, state; home accessibility features for military disabled.
  • HB3082: Religious freedom; reiterates an individual's freedom of religion.
  • HB3107: Conservators of the peace; circuit judge to appoint for certain corporations, etc.
  • HJ3: Constitutional amendment; Transp. Fund, Transp. Trust Fund, & Hwy. Maintenance & Operating Fund.
  • HJ580: Constitutional amendment; bills raising revenue must originate in House (first reference).
  • HJ581: Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans, widow or widower of veteran.
  • HJ650: Crab traps; Center for Coastal Resources Management to study those abandoned/discarded.
  • HJ651: Standards of Learning; Board of Education to determine feasibility of low-cost techonology to admin.
  • HJ800: Celebrating the life of Jay R. Sculley.
  • HJ806: Commending J. David Martin.
  • HJ852: Commending Linda Trexler.
  • HJ860: Commending Clyde Lomax.
  • HJ861: Commending Sally Tufts.
  • HJ862: Commending Steven W. Rodgers.
  • HJ863: Commending Tim Nevill.
  • HJ864: Commending Major Olaf H. Shibusawa.
  • HJ865: Commending Steve Wright.
  • HJ977: Commending the United States Army's First Infantry Division.
  • HB15: Workforce Transition Act; restricts severance benefits for certain state employees.
  • HB16: State agencies; performance review of certain, report.
  • HB17: Housing allowance; provided for full-time, sworn State Police officers.
  • HB18: Safety inspections; exemption for certain trucks and vehicle combinations.
  • HB161: Income tax, state; subtraction of retirement payments.
  • HB162: Firearms in locked vehicles; immunity from liability, civil penalty.
  • HB163: Family life education; parent or guardian to review materials thereof.
  • HB164: Family life education; emphasis of abstinence in curricula.
  • HB165: Highway construction funds; allocations for primary and secondary highways.
  • HB166: Defense Facility and Transportation Improvement Program, and Fund; created.
  • HB167: Concealed handgun permit; renew every five years.
  • HB168: Income tax, state; false claims of employment status, penalty.
  • HB169: Real estate tax; limitation on tax rate.
  • HB170: Voter registration; DMV to furnish list of non-citizens to Board of Elections.
  • HB171: Disabled parking; allowing vehicles to park free in time-restricted/metered spaces up to 4 hours.
  • HB172: Wildlife diseases; control thereof.
  • HB173: Medical and health services to minors; notification to parents.
  • HB174: Transient occupancy tax; exemptions in certain localities.
  • HB361: Virginia Military Institute; reduces minimum number of cadets admitted annually free of charge.
  • HB362: Game and Inland Fisheries, Board of; duties thereof.
  • HB1149: Pseudoephedrine; licensed pharmacist only to dispense, etc.
  • HB1150: Chesapeake Bay and Waters Clean-up and Oversight Act; created.
  • HB1151: Family planning services; restrictions on funding.
  • HB1152: Human Anti-Trafficking Act; created.
  • HB1153: Virginia Energy Plan; created.
  • HB1154: Identity theft; notification of breach of information system.
  • HB1155: Sex crimes against children; mandatory minimum term of confinement for certain offenses.
  • HB1436: Transportation Trust Fund; dedication of certain recordation tax revenue.
  • HB1477: Revenue bills; consideration by House or Senate Finance Committees.
  • HB1503: Special conservators of the peace; authorized to use flashing blue lights in their vehicles.
  • HB1567: Conservators of peace, special; jurisdiction.
  • HB5025: Transportation Trust Fund; increases amount of sales & use tax revenue dedicated thereto.
  • HB5026: Virginia Defense Facility and Transportation Improvement Fund and Program; established.
  • HB5027: Transportation Trust Fund; dedication of certain recordation tax revenue.
  • HB5028: Highway construction funds, primary & secondary; revises formulas as to how funds are allocated.
  • HB5047: State highway systems; VDOT to reconsider and reassign components thereof.
  • HB5048: Highway Bridge Fund; created.
  • HB5069: VDOT; Transportation Commissioner to ensure they competitively bid any and all of its functions.
  • HJ3: Constitutional amendment; Transp. Fund, Transp. Trust Fund, & Hwy. Maintenance & Operating Fund.
  • HJ28: Circuit and district court judges, federal; urging Congress to set terms of service.
  • HJ170: Celebrating the life of Walter Edward Barbee.
  • HJ172: Commending Samuel B. Witt III.
  • HJ173: Commending radio station WMAL of the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area.
  • HJ181: Commending the United States Army's First Infantry Division.
  • HJ187: Celebrating the life of John Samuel Michael Dismuke.
  • HJ260: Commending Battlefield Baptist Church on the occasion of its 25th anniversary.
  • HJ261: Commending the game wardens of the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries.
  • HJ267: Commending Sharron Palmeter Baucom.
  • HJ311: Commending the C. D. Hylton High School football team.
  • HJ423: Celebrating the life of John Edward Thomas II.
  • HJ446: Celebrating the life of Major Lowell Thomas Miller II.
  • HJ5039: Commending the Heritage Baptist Church.
  • HJ5050: Celebrating the life of Luise Lehner Varljen.
  • HJ5154: Celebrating the life of Edward L. Miller.