Delegate William Barlow (D-Smithfield)

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Party
Democratic
District
64: Counties of Isle of Wight (part), James City (part), Southampton (part), and Surry; Cities of Franklin (part) and Williamsburg [map]
Took Office
January 1992
Left Office
January 2012
Copatroning Habits
55% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 74% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 54% of them are Democrats.
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Recent Mentions on Blogs

The Late Gordon E. Barlow Establishes $25,000 Endowed <b>...</b>

August 16, 2013
His brother, former Virginia General Assembly Delegate and Attorney William Barlow, said, “My brother Gene loved education. In fact, he was a lifelong learner. He had many interests including the sciences, farming, computers, religion, and ...

Blue Virginia loses more credibility on Confederate flag – can you <b>...</b>

September 30, 2011
We'll ignore that history and just give you a different perspective: The two gentlemen paying attention to the governor's speech on the left are Del. William Barlow (D-64th) and Congressman Bobby Scott (D-3rd). I suppose they ...

Virginia Public Access Project offering up good analysis of <b>...</b>

March 29, 2011
Del. Mamye BaCote, D-Newport News - proposed district becomes less Democratic. Goes from 65-69 percent Democratic to 60-64 percent Democratic. Del. William K. Barlow, D - Isle of Wight - proposed district becomes more ...

LIFE BEGINS AT CONCEPTION | Citizen Tom

February 3, 2011
Here is another action from Delegate Bob Marshall. Please Support HB1440! The language of this bill is ... 804-698-1010. Delegate William Barlow delwbarlow@house.virginia.gov 804-698-1064. Delegate Vivian Watts ...

HB 1506, MERS Bill, Email Update - <b>Delegate</b> Bob Marshall

February 1, 2011
Delegate Marshall's Floord Speech on his MERS Bill ... Please contact your delegate by 1 PM this Monday, January 17 whether or not they are on the House Courts Committee, and ask them to PLEASE VOTE FOR HB 1506. ... Courts Civil Law Sub Committee who will vote on Monday include: Clay Athey (Chairman), Terry Kilgore, Sal Iaquinto, Christopher Peace, Manoli Loupassi, Bill Cleaveland, Gregory Habeeb, David Toscano, Joe Johnson, William Barlow, Jennifer McClellan.

Recent Mentions in the Media

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These are all of the video clips of William Barlow’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 26 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB2129: Small Business Financing Authority; definition of eligible business.
  • HB2130: Charter; City of Franklin.
  • HB2131: Joint enterprise zone; authorizes DHCD to expand an existing zone consisting of two localities, etc.
  • HB2132: Grass and weeds; adds James City County to list authorized to require cutting on occupied property.
  • HB2133: Land trusts; trustee named in deed is unable to serve, beneficiaries shall name a successor trustee.
  • HB2134: Law-enforcement canines; regulation of rabies.
  • HB2135: Motor vehicles; provides an option for permanent registrations.
  • HB2136: Motor vehicle safety belts; makes nonuse a primary offense.
  • HB2137: Nottoway River; extends portion that is designated as a component of Virginia Scenic Rivers System.
  • HB2138: Cigarette tax; authorizes any county to impose.
  • HB2139: Charter; City of Williamsburg.
  • HB2497: Towing and Recovery Operators, Board of; abolishes Board.
  • HB2498: Isle of Wight County; authorizes Department of General Services to convey certain property.
  • HJ709: Commending the Surry County High School girls' basketball team.
  • HJ775: Commending Chris and Jennie Simms.
  • HB887: Jet bases; removes localities that have auxiliary landing fields from certain existing provisions.
  • HB888: Peanut Board; authorized to enter into an agreement with Federal Commodity Credit Corporation.
  • HB889: Cigarette tax, local; authorizes any county to impose.
  • HB890: Blackwater River; designates a portion as component of State Scenic Rivers System.
  • HB891: Cigarette tax, local; allows Isle of Wight County to levy tax.
  • HB892: Retirement System; member with less than 5 years service can withdraw under certain circumstances.
  • HB893: Retail Sales and Use Tax; taxes on room rentals.
  • HB894: Solid waste disposal; Isle of Wight and Southampton Counties to levy fees upon each household.
  • HB895: Charter; Town of Windsor.
  • HB901: Safety belts; makes nonuse thereof a primary offense.
  • HB1332: Cotton Board; notice of referenda to all cotton producers listed.
  • HB1345: Probate; list of heirs must be filed with clerk of court.
  • HB1346: Workers' compensation; establishes a limitations period for claims for hepatitis.
  • HJ113: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • HJ179: Commending Pete T. Twisdale II.
  • HB1336: Criminal case; deferred disposition.
  • HB1338: Firearm, etc.; increases from misdemeanor to felony for brandishing.
  • HB1348: Consumer utility tax; tax rate for residential customers.
  • HB1534: Plastic carryout bags; retail merchant not to provide unless durable.
  • HB2242: Accident reports by watercraft passengers; person 16 years of age or older required to give notice.
  • HB2243: Claims; Kurt E. Beach.
  • HB2244: Holland-Councill Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 58 business bridge over Blackwater River.
  • HB2245: Driving under influence of alcohol; law-enforcement officer to arrest without warrant.
  • HB2246: Indoor Clean Air Act; localities to adopt ordinances containing standards, etc. relating to smoking.
  • HB2247: Water and waste authorities; lien may apply for delinquent rates applicable to 3 or fewer months.
  • HB2248: Marine Resources Commission; Commissioner to establish permanent office on Virginia Peninsula.
  • HB2249: Cigarette tax, local; any county to impose not to exceed $0.05 per pack or amount levied by State.
  • HB2250: Severance tax; adds sand, marl, and gravel to list which localities may impose.
  • HB2251: City of Williamsburg; charter.
  • HB2252: Workers' compensation; establishes limitations period in which public safety employee may claim.
  • HB2253: Safety belts; makes non-use of a primary offense.
  • HB2618: Interagency Dispute Resolution Advisory Council; membership terms.
  • HB2619: Transfer students; credits earned for online courses taken in Virtual Virginia program to transfer.
  • HJ180: Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference).
  • HJ181: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • HJ702: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • HB1336: Criminal case; deferred disposition.
  • HB1337: Children; unlawful for any person to leave in motor vehicle unattended child under age six.
  • HB1338: Firearm, etc.; increases from misdemeanor to felony for brandishing.
  • HB1339: Credit reports; authorizes consumer to freeze access thereto.
  • HB1340: Fire Programs Fund; increases rate of assessment.
  • HB1341: Indoor Clean Air Act; smoking in restaurants.
  • HB1342: Water and sewer charge; adds Isle of Wight County to localities that may attach lien on real estate.
  • HB1343: Zoning ordinance; rezoning property to previous designation.
  • HB1344: License plates, special; issuance to United States Navy chief petty officers.
  • HB1345: Parking violations; grants James City County ability to impose civil penalties.
  • HB1346: Parking ordinances; those adopted by James City County .
  • HB1347: Cigarette tax; authorizes any county to impose.
  • HB1348: Consumer utility tax; tax rate for residential customers.
  • HB1349: Unemployment compensation; leaving employment to follow spouse of clergy.
  • HB1350: Charter; City of Williamsburg.
  • HB1429: Golf carts; operation on public highways within boundaries of Town of Claremont.
  • HB1430: Single-family dwellings; extends effective date requiring Surry County to provide for clustering.
  • HB1534: Plastic carryout bags; retail merchant not to provide unless durable.
  • HB1535: Safety belts; makes non-use thereof primary offense.
  • HJ169: Plastic bags; Department of Environmental Quality to study policies to mitigate negative effects.
  • HJ180: Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference).
  • HJ181: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • HJ302: Commending Virginia Lodge No. 177 AF&AM on the occasion of its 150th anniversary.
  • HJ416: Commending the Honorable Robert Brooks Edwards.
  • HJ417: Commending William E. Laine, Jr.
  • HJ440: Commending W. Samuel Sadler.
  • HR31: Celebrating the life of Nicole Regina White.
  • HR36: Commending Brown's African Methodist Episcopal Church
  • HB1221: Death by wrongful act; beneficiaries in actions where decedent died testate.
  • HB1432: Voter registration; determination of residence status, duties of registrars.
  • HB1574: Integrated Directional Sign Program; allows localities to opt out of Program administered by VDOT.
  • HB2709: Cemetery operators and funeral establishments; prohibited acts.
  • HB2710: Dams and related facilities; service districts to construct, maintain, and operate.
  • HB2711: Child unattended in a car; unlawful for younger than six years.
  • HB2712: Concealment of dead body; prohibition against, penalty.
  • HB2713: Obstruction of justice; failure to call when criminal act has occurred.
  • HB2714: Shooting enclosures, illegal; increases penalty for violating provisons thereof.
  • HB2715: Driver's licenses, provisional; allows holder thereof to drive certain hours when babysitting.
  • HB2716: Charter; James City County.
  • HB2717: Paternity; State Registrar of vital records to provide certified copies of sworn statements thereof.
  • HB2718: Law Officers' Retirement System; provides supplemental allowance currently paid to certain members.
  • HB2719: Cigarette tax; authorizes any county to impose.
  • HB3169: Hunting and fishing license, lifetime; allows resident disabled veterans to purchase.
  • HJ142: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • HJ718: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • HB1214: Grass and weeds; allows City of Williamsburg to require property owners to cut if excessively high.
  • HB1215: Cigarette tax; imposition in Isle of Wight County.
  • HB1216: Driver records; limits accident data released by DMV.
  • HB1219: James B. Tabb Sr. Memorial Highway; designating as portion of Route 615.
  • HB1220: Electric Utility Restructuring Act; excludes municipal utilities.
  • HB1221: Death by wrongful act; beneficiaries in actions where decedent died testate.
  • HB1222: Tuition liability; person who knowingly makes a false statement concerning residency of a child.
  • HB1223: Cemeteries; access to if located on private property.
  • HB1279: Notification to school principals; required by local law enforcement when students charged.
  • HB1423: Biofuels Production Fund and Incentive Grant Program; created.
  • HB1432: Voter registration; determination of residence status, duties of registrars.
  • HB1433: Law Officers' Retirement System; supplemental allowance.
  • HB1574: Integrated Directional Sign Program; allows localities to opt out of Program administered by VDOT.
  • HJ142: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • HJ228: Virginia Historic Preservation Day.
  • HJ231: Commending Virginia's efforts to develop components of the Captain John Smith Land and Water Trail.
  • HJ232: Commending the Surry County High School boys' basketball team.
  • HJ256: Celebrating the life of Joseph A. Ellis, Sr.
  • HJ259: Commending the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities.