Senator Creigh Deeds (D-Bath)

Photo of Creigh Deeds
Party
Democratic
District
25: Albemarle County (Part), Alleghany County (All), Bath County (All), Buena Vista City (All), Charlottesville City (All), Covington City (All), Nelson County (All), Highland County (All), Rockbridge County (All), Lexington City (All) [map]
Took Office
January 2001
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Finance, General Laws and Technology, Privileges and Elections, Rules, Transportation (Chair)
Website
senatordeeds.com
Copatroning Habits
60% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 61% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 51% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
22.9% in 2013
Recent Mentions on Blogs

<b>Creigh Deeds</b>, Va. State <b>Sen</b>., Stabbed in Bath County Home; Son <b>...</b>

April 15, 2014
Virginia State Sen. Creigh Deeds has been upgraded to good condition one day after he apparently was stabbed by his son, News4 Northern Virginia Bureau Chief Julie Carey reported. ... Deeds, 55, was able to walk out of the home and down a hill on his property (seen in the picture below) to Route 42, where he was spotted and picked up by a cousin, who took the senator to his residence. Deeds was airlifted to UVa. Medical Center, where he was initially listed in ...

Meeting with <b>Senator Creigh Deeds</b> | IMPACTcville

April 3, 2014
On Tuesday, April 1st 8 leaders from IMPACT met with State Senator Creigh Deeds to discuss our mental health initiative. He and our leaders see from both research and personal experience just how broken our mental ...

<b>Sen</b>. <b>Creigh Deeds</b> Speaks About Changes to Mental Health Care

March 31, 2014
In an emotional speech to the National Press Club in Washington, DC, State Senator Creigh Deeds told the crowd he wants to make sure his son is remembered more for his life than death.

Va <b>Senator Creigh Deeds</b> Speaks At Press Club: Never Felt Son <b>...</b>

March 31, 2014
“I've not lost my purpose or sense of urgency!” An emotional speech by a most welcomed advocate for mental health reform. Some highlights: 1. He twice involuntarily committed his son before the tragedy that ended with ...

Va. <b>Sen</b>. <b>Creigh Deeds</b> Recalls Son&#39;s Attack, Mental Illness « CBS DC

January 27, 2014
A Virginia state senator who was attacked by his son before he killed himself says the stigma attached to mental health issues leaves the mentally ill to "struggle in silence." ... Virginia state Sen. Creigh Deeds hugs his son Gus after addressing supporters gathered on election night Nov. 3, 2009 in Richmond, Va. Virginia voters elected Deeds' Republican opponent, Bob McDonnell, by a decisive margin, reversing eight years of Democratic control. (Photo by Win ...

Recent Mentions in the Media

Roanoke Times: Sen. Creigh Deeds: 'Real work lies ahead' on mental health

March 31, 2014
WDBJ7Sen. Creigh Deeds: 'Real work lies ahead' on mental healthWASHINGTON ? State Sen. Creigh Deeds, D-Bath County, vows to use a new four-year legislative study to take an unsparing look at the breakdowns of a Virginia mental health system that cost his son his life. Deeds, speaking to a national media audience ...Creigh Deeds Tells Son's Mental Health Horror StoryU.S. News & World Report (blog)Creigh Deeds: 'Real Work Lies Ahead' On Mental HealthHuffington PostSen. Creigh Deeds Speaks About Changes to Mental Health CareThe Charlottesville NewsplexW*USA 9 -WDBJ7 -CBC.caall 78 news articles »

WDBJ7: Mental health admissions in Virginia soar after Deeds tragedy

April 11, 2014
NBC4 WashingtonTweet. Creigh Deeds. Joe Dashiell/. Virginia State Senator Creigh Deeds. RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- -. Admissions at mental health facilities have spiked following the high profile suicide of a state senator's son. in the previous six months. Gus ...Psychiatric admissions spike after Deeds tragedyGoDanRiver.comMental Health Admissions Soar After Deeds TragedyNBC4 WashingtonMore Admissions at Mental Health Facilities in Va.WBOC TV 16all 32 news articles »

Roanoke Times: Creigh Deeds: New mental health law is just a start

April 8, 2014
. The senator said Virginia's mental health system has flaws even after the governor signed his new law. Gus Deeds (left), the 24-year-old son of state Sen. Creigh Deeds, was taken into emergency ...Va. senator who was attacked by mentally ill son says 'real work lies ahead ...The RepublicVirginia mental health bill becomes lawWVEC.com (subscription)McAuliffe signs omnibus mental health billThe Daily ProgressLynchburg News and Advance -Daily Pressall 10 news articles »

Washington Post: Report on death of Creigh Deeds's son completed two weeks ago, not published

March 26, 2014
Report on death of Creigh Deeds's son completed two weeks ago, not publishedA long-awaited report on the death of a Virginia state senator's son has been held at the request of state police conducting a criminal investigation, officials said Wednesday. Austin ?Gus? Deeds attacked his father, state Sen. R. Creigh Deeds (D-Bath ...State Inspector General Report on Sen. Creigh Deeds Case ReleasedWVTFNo criminal charges will be filed in Creigh Deeds stabbing investigationWDBJ7Report on Gus Deeds suicide withheld pending criminal probeCBS NewsWJLA -Richmond Times Dispatch -WWBTall 94 news articles »

PR Web (press release): Senator Creigh Deeds to Deliver Distinguished Keynote Address

April 8, 2014
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association embraces Deeds' leadership in combating stigma and promoting mental health reform.The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (PRA) is pleased to announce Senator Creigh Deeds will lead a keynote session at the ...and more »

These are all of the video clips of Creigh Deeds’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since . There are 255 video clips in all.

Index

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Bills

  • SB255: Sexual crimes against minors; extend statute of limitations.
  • SB256: Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; conservation officers members of System.
  • SB257: Tye River; designation as component of Virginia Scenic River System.
  • SB258: Law-enforcement consolidation plan; Secretary of Natural Resources to develop.
  • SB259: License plates, special; issuance for supporters of pollinator conservation.
  • SB260: Emergency custody & temporary detention; web-based psychiatric bed registry, period of custody.
  • SB261: DBHDS; qualifications of individuals performing certain evaluations.
  • SB262: Internet Crimes Against Children Fund; fee, Governor's Child Safety Test.
  • SB263: Acute psychiatric bed registry; DBHDS to establish.
  • SB287: Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty.
  • SB305: Standards of Learning; expedited retake.
  • SB306: Standards of Learning; assessments, reform.
  • SB307: Alcoholic beverage control; composition of board.
  • SB326: Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers & Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Protection Acts; remedies, etc.
  • SB491: Driver's license, restricted; written offer of employment.
  • SB573: Transient occupancy tax; adds Highland County to list of counties authorized to levy.
  • SB609: Charter; City of Covington.
  • SB612: Master Trooper Jerry L. Hines Memorial Bridge; designating as I81 bridges over Maury River.
  • SJ36: Law-enforcement agencies, state; JLARC to study consolidation of all under Virginia State Police.
  • SJ37: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • SJ47: Mental health; joint subcommittee to study services in the Commonwealth in twenty-first century.
  • SJ48: Celebrating the life of James Carlton Tennant.
  • SJ49: Celebrating the life of Susan Carter Parker Potter.
  • SJ50: Celebrating the life of Jacqueline Corbin Pleasants.
  • SJ51: Commending the Garth Newel Music Center.
  • SJ171: Celebrating the life of Thaine Edward Billingsley, M.D.
  • SJ194: Celebrating the life of Harry Jackson Bennett.
  • SJ5010: Commending the University of Virginia men's basketball team.
  • SJ5011: Celebrating the life of Michael P. Dooley.
  • SB357: Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; adds conservation officers of DCR as members.
  • SB358: Mobile infrared transmitters; local governments by ordinance to permit use by fire-fighting vehicle.
  • SB880: Nontidal waters; DGIF, et al., to inventory those in State for recreational use.
  • SB881: Volunteer fire/EMS departments; localities may have ordinances that include billing property owners.
  • SB882: City reversion; library aid.
  • SB883: Voter registration cards; general registrar shall issue & mail new card each year.
  • SB884: Impoundment structures; notice of increase in the flow of water, civil penalties.
  • SB885: Inoperable motor vehicles; adds Albemarle County to those localities that may prohibit from keeping.
  • SB886: Affordable housing; substitutes south urban region for Charlottesville MSA.
  • SB887: Farm use vehicles; increases distance vehicles used for may travel.
  • SB888: Advertising; payment of penalties & costs associated with enforcement of prohibition on certain.
  • SB906: Vote centers; authorizes State Board of Election to establish pilot program.
  • SB1085: Higher Education, Virginia Commission on; Board appointments.
  • SB1086: University of Virginia Board of Visitors; quorum.
  • SB1119: State & Local Government Conflict of Interests Act; definition of personal interest in transaction.
  • SB1170: Virginia Public Procurement Act; resident employment and apprenticeship participation.
  • SB1240: School resource officers; local law-enforcement agencies to provide.
  • SB1281: Firearms; criminal history record information check required for any purchase.
  • SB1282: Vacant building; adds Town of Clifton Forge to localities requiring building owner registration.
  • SB1286: Solar energy equipment facilities and devices; exempted from state and local taxation.
  • SJ70: Constitutional amendment; establishes Virginia Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • SJ71: Foreclosure procedures; Virginia Housing Commission to study.
  • SJ289: Elections; joint committee to study scheduling in State.
  • SJ290: State law-enforcement agencies; JLARC to study reorganizing under Virginia State Police.
  • SJ303: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established (first reference).
  • SJ341: Celebrating the life of Grover Jasper Kimberlin.
  • SJ342: Celebrating the life of Bernard Lewis McGinnis II.
  • SJ343: Celebrating the life of Elmore Houston Pierce.
  • SJ344: Celebrating the life of Robert Thomas Slusser, Sr.
  • SJ345: Celebrating the life of Carol Lee McGuire-Bishop.
  • SJ361: Commending the Bath County High School softball team.
  • SJ372: Celebrating the life of Carol Lee Fischer Strickler.
  • SJ373: Celebrating the life of James Neff Houff.
  • SJ374: Celebrating the life of Wallace Clay Nunley, Sr., M.D.
  • SJ392: Celebrating the life of George Reid Swecker.
  • SB350: Motor vehicle insurance; premiums based on credit information prohibited.
  • SB351: Limited liability companies; provides for designation of a type of company as low-profit.
  • SB352: Land conservation tax credit; transfer in event of death.
  • SB353: Alcoholic beverage control; agents of Alcoholic Beverage Control Board.
  • SB354: Beehive Grant Fund and Beehive Grant Program; created.
  • SB355: Land preservation tax credit; information about issued credits.
  • SB356: Alternative onsite sewage system; owner exempt from requirements for operation and maintenance.
  • SB357: Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; adds conservation officers of DCR as members.
  • SB358: Mobile infrared transmitters; local governments by ordinance to permit use by fire-fighting vehicle.
  • SB359: Trap, Neuter, and Return programs; permits operation of formal program relating to feral cats.
  • SB360: Supreme Court of Virginia; complaints filed by JIRC are to be evidentiary hearings.
  • SB361: Solid waste landfill; allows Rockbridge County to operate for an additional two years.
  • SB362: Critical incident stress management teams; privileged information regarding criminal acts, etc.
  • SB363: Virginia Child Protection Accountability System; reporting of certain information by VCSC, etc.
  • SB364: Towing; allows police-requested towing to be initiated by employees authorized by local agency.
  • SB365: Motor vehicle accidents; satisfaction of judgments for damages, suspensions requested by creditor.
  • SB366: Interstate Compact on Placement of Children; interstate placement of children.
  • SB367: Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local; definition of personal interest in a transaction.
  • SB589: Virginia Public Procurement Act; resident employment and apprenticeship participation.
  • SB629: Sanitation districts; commission expenses.
  • SB630: Appeals, Court of; abolishes Court effective October 1, 2012.
  • SJ70: Constitutional amendment; establishes Virginia Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • SJ71: Foreclosure procedures; Virginia Housing Commission to study.
  • SJ117: Constitutional amendment; taking or damaging of private property for public use (second reference).
  • SJ123: Commending the Bath County High School volleyball team.
  • SJ124: Celebrating the life of John C. Holland, Jr.
  • SJ132: Celebrating the life of Clarence Wendall Famer.
  • SJ139: Commending Jon Fried.
  • SJ196: Celebrating the life of George T. Keller, Jr.
  • SJ236: Celebrating the life of Wallace T. McKeel.
  • SJ5007: Celebrating the life of Charles Steven Martin.
  • SJ5008: Celebrating the life of Urban O. Cleek.
  • SB287: Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; definition of law-enforcement officer.
  • SB290: Housing and Community Development, Board for; promulgation of Green Building Code.
  • SB672: Governor; compacts with federally recognized Virginia Indian tribes.
  • SB899: Charter; City of Alleghany Highlands.
  • SB900: Annexations; amends law to allow townships to use traditional process to seek to expand boundaries.
  • SB901: Law-enforcement deputies; allocation to city sheriff in certain cities without a police force.
  • SB902: Judicial Retirement System; retired judges or justices appearing as counsel.
  • SB903: Violent felony; possession of firearm on school property prohibited, penalty.
  • SB904: Assault and battery; penalty when against family to be elevated to Class 6 felony.
  • SB905: Bicycles; prohibits operating in willful or wanton disregard of safety of persons or property.
  • SB906: Family life education; SOL objectives related to dating violence, etc., to be taught in school.
  • SB1228: Water and sewer charges; charges imposed by Town of Clifton Forge shall be lien on real estate.
  • SB1229: Clean Energy Manufacturing Incentive Grant Program; created.
  • SB1230: Hearings in Supreme Court of Virginia; complaints filed by Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission.
  • SB1231: Public infrastructure maintenance bonds; City of Charlottesville may require from developers, etc.
  • SB1232: Land preservation tax credits; changes to procedures.
  • SB1233: Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; adds certain conservation officers as members.
  • SB1234: Bicycle operation; City of Charlottesville to permit in both directions of traffic on one-way roads.
  • SB1426: Child pornography; restitution for victims.
  • SB1450: Fillable tax forms; Tax Commissioner to ensure all are in a portable document format, etc.
  • SB1451: Behavioral health services; posting of certain information to be available on its website.
  • SJ321: Constitutional amendment; establishes Virginia Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • SJ355: Zero-based budgeting; requesting Governor to consider, report.
  • SJ356: Commending the Nelson County High School volleyball team.
  • SJ447: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas H. Wood, Sr.
  • SJ497: Celebrating the life of Dr. John Francis Dammann.
  • SJ504: Commending H. Carter Myers III.
  • SB171: Clean Energy Manufacturing Incentive Grant Fund; created.
  • SB172: Speed limits; unposted maximum speed on nonsurface treated highways in Nelson County is 35 mph.
  • SB173: Bipartisan Redistricting Commission; created.
  • SB174: Retail Sales & Use Tax; exempts solar thermal systems, etc., purchased for installation on property.
  • SB175: Law Officers' Retirement System; adds conservation officers as members.
  • SB285: Unpaved secondary road fund; use of proceeds.
  • SB286: State Executive Council for Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families; membership.
  • SB287: Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; definition of law-enforcement officer.
  • SB288: Security for Public Deposits Act; includes school activity funds in definition of public deposits.
  • SB289: Hunting and fishing licenses; establishes infant lifetime licenses for those under age two.
  • SB290: Housing and Community Development, Board for; promulgation of Green Building Code.
  • SB291: Donation by locality; may donate to nonprofit organizations that are exempt under 501 (c)(3) of IRC.
  • SB292: Charter; City of Charlottesville.
  • SB596: Architects, Professional Engineers, etc., Board for; establishes emeritus designation for licensees.
  • SB620: Internet Crimes Against Children task forces; created.
  • SB672: Governor; compacts with federally recognized Virginia Indian tribes.
  • SJ33: Celebrating the life of Bernard Joseph Natkin.
  • SJ159: Celebrating the life of John Graves Sanders.
  • SJ168: Celebrating the life of Hale Hunter Hepler.
  • SJ193: Commending Leonard W. Sandridge.
  • SB36: Child support; administrative fees.
  • SB39: Traffic accident reports; increases amount of damage threshold to be reported by law enforcement.
  • SB258: Mortgage lending and brokering practices; prohibitions and penalties.
  • SB259: Land preservation tax credit; elimination of verification of conservation value.
  • SB260: State employees; increases health insurance credits for those retired.
  • SB261: Law Officers' Retirement System; adds conservation officers as member.
  • SB264: Fire insurance; prohibits insurer from refusing to issue policy for family day homes.
  • SB316: Sickness and Disability Program; open-enrollment period.
  • SB354: Medical examiner's investigation; examination of body.
  • SB924: Retail Sales and Use Tax; refund of tax paid for certain machinery or equipment.
  • SB925: Grievance procedure; permits grievant to have a witness present during all stages.
  • SB926: Bipartisan Redistricting Commission; created.
  • SB943: Line of Duty Act; amends definition of deceased person thereunder, payment to beneficiaries.
  • SB944: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts fabrication of animal meat, grains, vegetables, etc.
  • SB957: Rivanna Scenic River; expands to include length of waterway from South Fork Rivanna River reservoir.
  • SB990: Incremental investment tax credit; machinery and equipment.
  • SB991: Mortgage lending practice; borrower right of action for violation of certain prohibited practices.
  • SB1008: Board for Architects, Professional Engineer, Land Surveyor, etc.; exemptions from licensure.
  • SB1009: Electronic communication service providers, etc.; search warrants executed upon.
  • SB1212: Clean Energy Financing Program; locality may authorize contracts to finance by ordinance.
  • SB1213: Alcoholic beverage control; designates as agents any licensed distiller who blends alcoholic bev.
  • SB1214: Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; eligibility.
  • SB1215: Clean Energy Manufacturing Incentive Grant Fund; created.
  • SB1216: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include solar photovoltaic systems, etc. purchased.
  • SB1217: Employment Dispute Resolution, Department of; powers and duties of Director.
  • SB1253: Electric service; prohibits electric utilities from charging public schools for service provided.
  • SB1425: Conflict of interests; Secretary of Commonwealth shall establish a disclosure database.
  • SB1426: Magistrates; refer complaints alleging felony offense to law-enforcement agency.
  • SB1445: Alcoholic beverage control; location of sale for shipper's license.
  • SB1491: License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Shenandoah National Park Association.
  • SJ5: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • SJ281: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • SJ337: Federal grants; Department of Planning and Budget, etc., to advise State agencies thereof.
  • SJ341: Public officials; joint subcommittee to study conduct of state legislative and executive branches.
  • SJ379: Hurricane Camille; designating as August 20, 2009, and day of remembrance of the 40th anniversary.
  • SJ438: Celebrating the life of Bessie Friend Bocock Carter.
  • SJ439: Commending Joan Fenton.
  • SJ442: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Charles Wesley Gunn, Jr.
  • SJ458: Celebrating the life of Bates McCluer Gilliam.
  • SJ459: Celebrating the life of Albert G. Johnson.
  • SJ460: Commending Laird and Company.
  • SJ461: Commending Building Goodness Foundation.
  • SJ480: Celebrating the life of James Berry Mohler.
  • SJ481: Celebrating the life of Laura Camm Slaughter.
  • SJ5010: Commending the Nelson County High School boys' basketball team.
  • SJ5011: Commending Rose Williams.
  • SB7: Absentee voting; persons with a disability or illness may vote absentee.
  • SB8: Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee without providing a reason.
  • SB34: Judges; increases mandatory retirement age.
  • SB35: Recount procedures; ensures that logic and accuracy tests are performed after programming tabulator.
  • SB36: Child support; administrative fees.
  • SB37: Alicia's Law; funding for child exploitation law enforcement efforts.
  • SB38: Bipartisan Redistricting Commission; created, report.
  • SB39: Traffic accident reports; increases amount of damage threshold to be reported by law enforcement.
  • SB255: Involuntary mental health treatment; possession of firearms.
  • SB256: Public institutions of higher education; crisis and emergency management plans.
  • SB257: Interoperability Executive Committee; codifies Committee, report.
  • SB258: Mortgage lending and brokering practices; prohibitions and penalties.
  • SB259: Land preservation tax credit; elimination of verification of conservation value.
  • SB260: State employees; increases health insurance credits for those retired.
  • SB261: Law Officers' Retirement System; adds conservation officers as member.
  • SB262: Communications sales and use tax; allows Bath County to receive percentage of revenues apportioned.
  • SB263: Hunting dogs; carrying weapons on another person's property to retrieve prohibited.
  • SB264: Fire insurance; prohibits insurer from refusing to issue policy for family day homes.
  • SB265: False academic credentials; creates civil cause of action for person who is damaged thereby.
  • SB266: License plates, special; issuance to Purple Heart recipients.
  • SB267: Teacher salary; requires that state average to be competitive with national salary.
  • SB268: Affordable housing; permitting certain densities in plan in City of Charlottesville.
  • SB269: Law-enforcement employees; extends coverage under overtime compensation.
  • SB270: Indecent exposure; penalty.
  • SB271: Schools for students with disabilities; administration of prescription medications.
  • SB272: Food establishments; inspection of preparation, exception for private homes.
  • SB273: Emergency custody orders, temporary detention orders, etc.; eliminates & adds requirements.
  • SB316: Sickness and Disability Program; open-enrollment period.
  • SB354: Medical examiner's investigation; examination of body.
  • SB355: Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; changes process and procedures.
  • SB669: Alcoholic beverage control; ABC agents check national criminal database for background checks.
  • SB784: ABC Board; sell magazines in government stores that educate public about Virginia wine industry.
  • SB786: Sexual assault; Dept. of State Police, etc. establish policies for responding to crimes involving.
  • SB6012: Flextime income tax credit.
  • SB6013: Income tax; telework expenses tax credit.
  • SB6014: Income tax deduction; utilization of alternative modes of transportation.
  • SJ5: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • SJ17: Service Fee Directory; comprehensive information system to replace or revise.
  • SJ57: Local government; joint subcommittee to study organization thereof.
  • SJ58: World Health Organization; Congress to support participation of Republic of China (Taiwan).
  • SJ173: Commending Mary Kostel.
  • SJ174: Commending the Jessup family and the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Central Virginia.
  • SJ175: Commending the Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center.
  • SJ176: Celebrating the life of Marvin Lee Nida.
  • SJ200: Celebrating the life of Adolphus Glenroy Small.
  • SJ256: Commending Maynard Reynolds.
  • SJ257: Commending the United Way Thomas Jefferson Area on the occasion of its 65th anniversary.
  • SJ5001: Celebrating the life of Charles A. Potter, Sr.
  • SJ5010: Commending the Nelson County High School boys' basketball team.
  • SJ5011: Commending Rose Williams.
  • SJ6020: Celebrating the life of Robert Lee Johns.
  • SJ6021: Commending Joan Manley.
  • SJ6022: Celebrating the life of William C. Battle.
  • SB144: Health care services; billing information.
  • SB145: Mortgage loan servicing practices; prohibits certain actions, penalty.
  • SB148: Integrated Directional Signing Program; VDOT to provide that certain businesses be included as elig.
  • SB619: Restitution for property damage or loss; State to be responsible for seeking for victim.
  • SB878: Elections; recount procedures.
  • SB879: Methamphetamine precursors; electronic log.
  • SB880: Police and court records; expungement hearing to occur if person granted writ vacating a conviction.
  • SB881: Manion, Kevin Carder; parents awarded handgun for his service to Department of State Police.
  • SB882: Hunting lands; establishes a policy no net loss of public lands on which hunting occurs.
  • SB883: Freedom of Information Act; records of Department of Game and Inland Fisheries.
  • SB884: Hunters; required to identify himself when retrieving hunting dogs from landowner's property.
  • SB885: Line of Duty Act; amends definition of deceased person.
  • SB886: Driver's license, restricted; person may drive in pursuit of health care services.
  • SB887: Primary system highway construction; Transportation Board to allocate funds therefor.
  • SB888: Family day homes; insurance notice requirements.
  • SB889: Law Officers' Retirement System; adds certain maintenance workers as members thereof.
  • SB890: Involuntary mental health commitment; emergency custody order to include transportation.
  • SB891: Tuition, in-state; reduced for children of faculty and staff.
  • SB892: Higher Education, Council of; requires Governor appoint nonvoting faculty representative thereto.
  • SB893: Community college boards, etc.; appoint one or more nonvoting faculty representative to board.
  • SB894: Conservation officer or employees; defense thereof for any prosecuted on criminal charges.
  • SB895: Law Officers' Retirement System; adds conservation officers as members thereof.
  • SB896: Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; adds certain to list of those covered thereby.
  • SB897: Workers' compensation; adds to those entitled to infectious disease presumption.
  • SB898: Toy vehicles; prohibits use thereof on highways, exception.
  • SB986: Absentee voting; persons with a disability or illness may vote absentee.
  • SB987: Secure Commonwealth Panel; adds Executive Secretary of Supreme Court of Virginia to membership.
  • SB988: Scenic protection and tourist enhancement districts; allows Albemarle County to have overlay zones.
  • SB989: Mortgage loans; prohibits servicers thereof from taking certain actions pertaining to servicing.
  • SB1131: Charlottesville, City of; to establish housing fund to assist low & moderate income persons.
  • SB1132: Fire Marshal, Office of; transfers enforcement of Fire Prevention Code thereto.
  • SB1133: Virginia Initiative for Employment Not Welfare (VIEW) program; increase of requirements.
  • SJ45: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • SJ352: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • SJ405: Celebrating the life of Ivan Hobert Bradley.
  • SJ406: Celebrating the life of Michael Dean Wolfe.
  • SJ423: Celebrating the life of James R. Olin.
  • SJ424: Commending the County of Nelson on the occasion of its 200th anniversary.
  • SJ436: Celebrating the life of Ronald Eugene Brown.
  • SJ437: Celebrating the life of William Joseph Ellis.
  • SJ438: Commending the Virginia Institute of Autism on the occasion of its 10th anniversary.
  • SJ457: Celebrating the life of Carl W. Smith.
  • SJ502: Celebrating the life of Robert Bates Ball, Sr.
  • SB142: Corrective deed; requires filing thereof if incorrect tax map reference number recorded.
  • SB143: Law-enforcement officer, etc.; persons using abusive language towards guilty of misdemeanor.
  • SB144: Health care services; billing information.
  • SB145: Mortgage loan servicing practices; prohibits certain actions, penalty.
  • SB146: Methamphetamine precursor drugs; sale of ephedrine and pseudoephedrine with restrictions, penalty.
  • SB147: Charter; Clifton Forge
  • SB148: Integrated Directional Signing Program; VDOT to provide that certain businesses be included as elig.
  • SB149: Protective orders; respondent prohib. to be in alleged victim's physical presence, ext. of orders.
  • SB150: Electronic voting equipment; direct recording electronic devices to produce paper record of vote.
  • SB151: Street gangs, criminal; probation officers to share certain information with law-enforcement office.
  • SB202: Charter; City of Charlottesville.
  • SB320: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; requires sex offenders to reregister every 90 days.
  • SB321: Methamphetamine laboratories; life imprisonment if first responder suffers serious bodily injury.
  • SB322: Identity theft; penalties for appropriating designated number of persons indentity.
  • SB323: Gangs; increases penalty for third offense.
  • SB619: Restitution for property damage or loss; State to be responsible for seeking for victim.
  • SB627: Recount procedures; requires hard copy optical scan ballots to be rerun therein.
  • SB628: Campaign finance; special disclosure requirements for certain large contributions; civil penalties.
  • SB650: Nicely Memorial Bridge; designating as I-64 bridge over Cowpasture River in Alleghany County.
  • SB5021: Highway construction funds; allows Transportation Board to allocate therefrom for construction proj.
  • SJ45: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • SJ108: Motor vehicle sales and use tax; joint subcommittee to study tax for vehicles with low emissions.
  • SJ156: Commending Julian H. Taliaferro.
  • SJ157: Celebrating the life of Judge James Harry Michael, Jr.
  • SJ158: Celebrating the life of Jennings Jackson Tardy.
  • SJ159: Celebrating the life of John M. Gazzola, Jr.
  • SJ188: Celebrating the life of Roger D. Groot.
  • SJ201: Celebrating the life of William Whitehead.
  • SJ223: Celebrating the life of J. Frank Shepherd.
  • SJ224: Celebrating the life of L. Gene Harding.
  • SJ294: Celebrating the life of Kevin Carder Manion.