Senator Roscoe Reynolds (D-Martinsville)

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Party
Democratic
District
20: Carroll County (All), Floyd County (All), Galax City (All), Grayson County (Part), Henry County (All), Martinsville City (All), Patrick County (All), Wythe County (Part) [map]
Took Office
January 1997
Left Office
January 2012
Copatroning Habits
52% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 51% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 50% of them are Republicans.
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Bills

  • SB249: Animal care; adoption of regulations permitting non-commercial intrastate transportation by officer.
  • SB250: Open-end credit plan loans; established, penalties.
  • SB687: Schedule IV; adds carisoprodol and tramadol to list.
  • SB688: DUI; expands crimes for which officer may arrest without warrant to include driving watercraft.
  • SB741: Terminations of electric utility service; endangerment of customer's health.
  • SB744: Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; employees of school boards, exception.
  • SB754: Protective orders, preliminary; prohibition on purchase & transport of firearms for certain persons.
  • SB755: Concealed handgun permits; disqualification for residential mental health or subst. abuse treatment.
  • SB756: Unexecuted warrants; clarifies that can be destroyed if dismissed, exceptions.
  • SB757: Pneumatic guns; regulations, exceptions.
  • SB758: Preliminary protective orders; purchase or transportation of firearms by persons subject to orders.
  • SB759: Workers' compensation; compensable consequences.
  • SB780: Recordation and grantor taxes; expands reduced tax accorded to deeds of trust.
  • SB781: VIEW; screening and assessment for use of illegal substances.
  • SB782: Magistrates; power to issue felony arrest warrants.
  • SB877: Family or household member; redefines and expands definition.
  • SB878: Pseudoephedrine; prohibited from being sold without a prescription.
  • SB879: Pharmacy; conforms elements of State's freedom of choice law to North Carolina's law.
  • SB880: Charter; City of Martinsville.
  • SB881: Integrated Directional Sign Program; fees charged for participation.
  • SB882: Electric utility regulation; rebundles charges for transmission, etc., into base rates.
  • SB883: Electric utilities; reinstates part of system under which investor-owned were regulated.
  • SB1161: The Road to Revolution; adds Leatherwood Plantation in Henry County to this heritage trail.
  • SB1162: Warrantless arrest; special agents authority to arrest person committing crime in his presence.
  • SB1163: Criminal Justice Services Board and Department of Criminal Justice Services; powers and duties.
  • SB1164: Illegal gambling; amends definition.
  • SB1165: Electric utility service; termination of service of customers with a serious medical condition.
  • SB1166: Juvenile Justice, Department of; confidentiality of records.
  • SB1419: Continuing education for prescriber; completion of certain coursework for renewal, etc., of license.
  • SB1420: Controlled substances; mandatory reporting by prescriber.
  • SB1442: Income tax, state; small employer health insurance tax credit.
  • SB1443: Public Procurement Act; establishes preference in state contracting for goods produced in State.
  • SJ293: Commending the Va Association of Counties and Va Cooperative Extension; Supervisor Certification.
  • SJ310: Celebrating the life of J. Clyde Hooker, Jr.
  • SJ311: Celebrating the life of Walter Holladay Yeaman.
  • SJ312: Celebrating the life of John S. Adams.
  • SJ313: Celebrating the life of William Raymond Martin, Sr.
  • SJ314: Celebrating the life of Irene Pratt Taylor Martin.
  • SJ352: Commending Trooper Samuel Matthew Cochran.
  • SJ389: Celebrating the life of Fred Dempsey Smith, Sr.
  • SJ390: Celebrating the life of Melvin Wilson Brown.
  • SJ391: Celebrating the life of John DeWitt Whitlow.
  • SJ392: Celebrating the life of Martin Fillmore Clark, Sr.
  • SJ393: Celebrating the life of Silas Asa Hall.
  • SJ422: Celebrating the life of David J. Edwards, Sr.
  • SJ514: Commending the Honorable Edward M. Turner III.
  • SJ515: Commending the Piedmont Arts Association.
  • SR34: Commending Wood Brothers Racing.
  • SB1: Relief for purchaser of property sold at treasurers' sales; Charles L. Kingrea.
  • SB72: Unexecuted warrants; allows motion for dismissal by state attorney for warrants unserved.
  • SB73: Charter; Town of Floyd.
  • SB74: Electric utility regulation; SCC to regulate rate for services of investor-owned electric utilities.
  • SB75: Appeal of bail decision; court is determined based on where initial determination was made, etc.
  • SB76: Salem Highway Construction District Transportation Revenue Fund; established.
  • SB77: School calendar; removes restrictions for post-Labor Day school opening.
  • SB78: Capital murder; jury sentencing of a defendant who has entered a plea of guilty.
  • SB79: Concealed handgun permit; removes option for locality to require applicant to submit fingerprints.
  • SB249: Animal care; adoption of regulations permitting non-commercial intrastate transportation by officer.
  • SB250: Open-end credit plan loans; established, penalties.
  • SB251: Dangerous and vicious dogs; expands definition.
  • SB252: Manufacturing facility; expands definition to include those used in creation of intangible property.
  • SB253: School calendar; requirement that school begin after Labor Day may be waived by Board of Education.
  • SB321: Motorcycles; allows law-enforcement officers on official duty to drive two abreast in a single lane.
  • SB444: Marijuana plants; destruction thereof if more than 10 is seized in connection with drug prosecution.
  • SB641: Rabies vaccination certificates; removes responsibility from treasurer.
  • SB642: Health insurance, basic; HMOs to offer plans that do not include state-mandated benefits.
  • SB643: Jailable offense; discretion of law-enforcement officer to arrest or issue summons therefor.
  • SB686: Uniform Environmental Covenants Act; established.
  • SB687: Schedule IV; adds carisoprodol and tramadol to list.
  • SB688: DUI; expands crimes for which officer may arrest without warrant to include driving watercraft.
  • SB724: Bail decision; appeal by an attorney for State.
  • SB730: Major Employment and Investment Project Site Planning Grant Fund; established.
  • SB731: Virginia Health Workforce Development Authority; created, report.
  • SJ6: Celebrating the life of Master Sergeant Jerome David Hatfield.
  • SJ7: Celebrating the life of First Lieutenant Leevi K. Barnard.
  • SJ8: Celebrating the life of Charles Columbus Bassett III.
  • SJ9: Celebrating the life of Ralph William Carroll, Sr.
  • SJ10: Celebrating the life of H. Lewis Compton.
  • SJ18: Celebrating the life of Robert Ward Armstrong.
  • SJ19: Celebrating the life of Dick Thompson.
  • SJ20: Celebrating the life of Theo Bryant Marsh.
  • SJ49: Celebrating the life of Joseph William Minter.
  • SJ79: Celebrating the life of the Reverend James H. Alsop.
  • SB308: Forester, State; right of entry to inspect any forest lands.
  • SB310: Restricted driver's license; court to provide during period of suspension.
  • SB351: Grand larceny; threshold amount.
  • SB917: Unemployment compensation; wage offset for concurrent job.
  • SB918: New College Institute & Southern Virginia Higher Education Center; exempt from Personnel Act.
  • SB919: Retirement System; retirees may be hired as teachers without interrupting retirement benefits.
  • SB920: Health insurance; policy offered to small employer with 50 or less employees to protect uninsured.
  • SB921: Health insurance; eliminates all mandated benefits from inclusion in individual policies.
  • SB922: Larceny of money; to be charged as grand larceny and petit larceny statutes.
  • SB923: Circuit court judges; repeals section granting mileage reimbursement therefor.
  • SB1295: Silvicultural activities; State Forester to inspect land to determine if activity causing pollution.
  • SB1296: Energy efficiency & demand response goal; every investor-owned utility in State reduce consumption.
  • SB1323: Charter; Town of Floyd.
  • SB1324: Notice of election of district directors; posted in prominent location at each district office.
  • SB1342: Triennial census of school population; eliminates requirement every 3 years a census take place.
  • SB1343: Restricted license eligibility while license is suspended; allows court to issue restricted license.
  • SB1344: Freedom of Information Act; amends an existing records exemption for economic development records.
  • SB1359: Locksmiths; transfers regulation thereof to State Board for contractors.
  • SB1360: Motor vehicle liability insurance coverage limits; increases, penalty.
  • SB1361: State park funds; transfers all moneys in State Park Operated Concessions Fund to Conservation Fund.
  • SB1362: Suppress evidence, etc.; criminal defendant to state grounds for a motion thereto.
  • SB1363: Criminal procedure; compensation of court-appointed counsel.
  • SB1364: Civics Education, Commission on; moves from executive to legislative branch.
  • SB1465: Standards of Learning; delay of textbook adoption cycle.
  • SB1466: Standards of Quality; school division to use state and local funds for elementary resource teachers.
  • SB1467: Certificate of public need; exempts requirements up to 10 beds for inpatient psychiatric services.
  • SB1519: Career and technical education diploma; delays implementation thereof.
  • SB1520: General registrars; appointment and compensation therefor.
  • SB1521: Economics education and financial literacy; repeals requirement in middle and high schools.
  • SJ10: Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans (first reference).
  • SJ274: Mitochondrial Disease Awareness Week; designating as third week of September 2009.
  • SJ298: Celebrating the life of Benjamin H. Bolen.
  • SJ299: Celebrating the life of William Randolph Dyer.
  • SJ300: Celebrating the life of Jessie Hanby Key.
  • SJ301: Celebrating the life of Avis H. Collier
  • SJ351: Celebrating the life of Thomas Benjamin Noland, Sr.
  • SJ352: Celebrating the life of David Ferl Deel.
  • SJ463: Commending First Baptist Church, Martinsville on the occasion of its 125th anniversary.
  • SJ5001: Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts; Crime Commission to study impact of holding thereof on prosecutions.
  • SJ5018: Commending the Floyd County High School girls' basketball team.
  • SJ5019: Commending the George Wythe High School boys' basketball team.
  • SB21: Electric utility rates; margins from off-system sales.
  • SB22: Foster care background check; fingerprints required for an individual with whom child may be placed.
  • SB23: Judgment; assignment shall be noted upon judgment docket.
  • SB24: Payday lending charges; establishing maximum annual interest rate.
  • SB25: Payday Loan Act; repealing Act referring thereto.
  • SB26: Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act; adds organized dogfighting as qualifying offense.
  • SB40: North and South Mayo Rivers; designating portions thereof in Henry County as State scenic rivers.
  • SB41: Line of Duty Act; definition, and funding for Line of Duty Death and Health Benefits Trust Fund.
  • SB42: Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers.
  • SB91: Electricity rates; adjustment clauses.
  • SB92: Charter; City of Martinsville.
  • SB93: Electric Utility Restructuring Act; repeals certain provisions.
  • SB94: Covered Bridge Capital; designating Patrick County thereas.
  • SB95: Pyramid promotional schemes; definition thereof, penalty.
  • SB306: Civics Education, Commission on; extends sunset provision.
  • SB307: Identity theft; notice of database breach.
  • SB308: Forester, State; right of entry to inspect any forest lands.
  • SB309: Restricted driver's license; issuance to operate motor vehicle during period of suspension
  • SB310: Restricted driver's license; court to provide during period of suspension.
  • SB311: Electric utilities; resource planning.
  • SB350: Misuse of public assets; penalty if used for personal purposes.
  • SB351: Grand larceny; threshold amount.
  • SB626: Incompetent defendants; disposition.
  • SB679: Forest firefighting by localities or volunteer fire or rescue; recovery of costs.
  • SJ2: Celebrating the life of Harry Lee Boaz.
  • SJ3: Celebrating the life of Randolph Wade.
  • SJ4: Celebrating the life of Elbert E. Stone.
  • SJ10: Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans (first reference).
  • SJ103: Celebrating the life of Francis Thornton West.
  • SJ104: Celebrating the life of Bruce H. T. Dallas, Sr.
  • SJ105: Celebrating the life of Bill Arnold Adkins.
  • SJ109: Commending the Exchange Club of Martinsville on the occasion of its 70th anniversary.
  • SJ110: Celebrating the life of Allan McClain.
  • SJ123: Celebrating the life of Benjamin R. Gardner.
  • SJ135: Celebrating the life of Magdalene Pat Hall.
  • SJ5018: Commending the Floyd County High School girls' basketball team.
  • SJ5019: Commending the George Wythe High School boys' basketball team.
  • SJ6026: Commending the Floyd County High School golf team.
  • SJ6027: Commending Troy Wells.
  • SB9: Health insurance; local government employees' participation in state employee health plan.
  • SB35: Insanity, not guilty by reason of; petition for temporary visit .
  • SB733: License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Virginia Museum of Natural History.
  • SB855: Bail bondsman; must be resident of Commonwealth to be licensed thereas.
  • SB856: Criminal history background checks; providers licensed by DMHMRSAS.
  • SB857: Route 58 Corridor; Transportation Board to issue bonds to fund certain specified projects.
  • SB858: Strategic lawsuits against public participation; summary dismissal.
  • SB859: Judges; increases number in Circuit Court.
  • SB860: Health insurance credits; increased for retired teachers.
  • SB861: Public Procurement Act; required disclosure of location where services are performed under contract.
  • SB862: Withholding tax return; information furnished to Department of Taxation.
  • SB1189: Court-appointed counsel; qualification requirements.
  • SB1190: Fighting of cocks and other animals; Class 6 felony for any person to engage therein.
  • SB1191: Electric Utility Restructuring Act; capped rates and default service.
  • SB1192: Interpreters for non-English-speaking persons; may assess fee if defendant fails to appear.
  • SB1193: Substance Abuse Services Council; review of state agency substance abuse treatment programs.
  • SB1194: Submission of claims; contracts awarded by Transportation Commissioner .
  • SB1195: Criminal history record information; disseminated to DMAS for screening individuals.
  • SB1196: DMV; assessment of fees on certain drivers.
  • SB1314: Boating under influence of alcohol; makes consistent with that used for driving under influence.
  • SB1325: Medical assistance services; state plan to include provision for medically needy aged & disabled.
  • SB1334: Absentee voting; alternative procedures to expedite counting.
  • SB1375: Virginia Covered Bridge Festival in Patrick County; designating as official state festival.
  • SJ342: Celebrating the life of Thomas A. Bralley, Jr.
  • SJ343: Designating the third week in September as Civics Education Week.
  • SJ344: Commending the Martinsville Mustangs baseball team.
  • SJ345: Celebrating the life of John Pete Jamison.
  • SJ346: Celebrating the life of Frank McCormick Lacy.
  • SJ387: NAFTA Superhighway System & creation of North American Union; Congress to oppose implementation of.
  • SJ389: Commending Susan W. Evans.
  • SJ517: Commending Iliana Sanchez.
  • SB5: Motor vehicle dealer; excludes those who sell & distribute fire-fighting equipment & ambulances.
  • SB6: Court-appointed counsel; court may appoint those not on Indigent Defense Commission list.
  • SB7: Concealed handgun permits; disqualifies an individual convicted of reckless handling of firearm.
  • SB8: Motor vehicle registration, licensing, & certificates of title; offenses relating thereto, penalty.
  • SB9: Health insurance; local government employees' participation in state employee health plan.
  • SB10: Secondary highway system; rural additions in Wythe County.
  • SB11: Highway ingress & egress; Transportation Commissioner to permit construction & maintenance thereof.
  • SB12: Trout fishing; Department of Game and Inland Fisheries to issue special permits for handicapped.
  • SB13: Access roads; allocation of funds for those leading to industrial sites, etc.
  • SB34: Standards of Learning assessments; release thereof.
  • SB35: Insanity, not guilty by reason of; petition for temporary visit .
  • SB36: Concealed handgun permit applications; removes option for locality to require fingerprints.
  • SB37: Cocaine; unlawful manufacturing, distribution, etc., penalty.
  • SB38: Agritourism Activity Liability; created.
  • SB39: Test security procedures; Board of Educ. to review violations of regulations by local school board.
  • SB40: Higher Education; New College Institute created.
  • SB55: Companion animal dealers; annual business license to obtained to sell or to advertise for sale.
  • SB56: Land preservation; special assessments.
  • SB57: Solid waste management plans; units to maintain recycling and target rates.
  • SB58: Concealed handgun permit applications; removes option for locality to require fingerprints.
  • SB59: Route 58; authorizes Transportation Board to issue bonds for specified projects in Corridor.
  • SB60: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain school-related items.
  • SB61: Standards of Quality; support services staff ratios.
  • SB103: Industrial access grants; extends sunset provison therefor in Floyd County.
  • SB548: Regional Industrial Facilities Act; board members may be appointed for as many terms desired.
  • SB549: Pretrial motions or objections; when defense may raise in circuit and district courts.
  • SB602: Criminal history background checks; required for employees of providers licensed by DMHMRSAS.
  • SB603: Health benefits; provides for continuation thereof for certain judges.
  • SB640: Dance halls; regulation in locality.
  • SB641: General Assembly; members prohibited to accept gifts during legislative sessions, penalty.
  • SB722: DMV; assessment of fees on certain drivers, use of fees collected.
  • SB5027: Route 58 Corridor; authorizing Transportation Board to issue bonds therefor.
  • SJ2: Interstate Routes 77 and 81; Department of Transportation to study needed improvements thereto.
  • SJ3: I-77 & 81; Dept. of Transportation to study improved highway connections in Wythe County.
  • SJ4: Health insurance premiums; Joint Commission on Health Care to study increase in health care costs.
  • SJ5: Celebrating the life of Fred Dennis Nester.
  • SJ6: Celebrating the life of Virgia Brown Hobson.
  • SJ7: Celebrating the life of Zeb Stuart Scales.
  • SJ179: Commending Floyd County on the occasion of its 175th anniversary.
  • SJ192: Celebrating the life of Gene Hampton Amos.
  • SJ218: On the death of Wilbur Doyle.
  • SJ243: Celebrating the life of Ellis W. Cline, Jr.
  • SJ244: On the death of James Clayton Boaz.
  • SJ245: Celebrating the life of Robert Clyde Boaz.
  • SJ281: Celebrating the life of John William Bouldin, Jr.
  • SJ297: Commending the Charity League of Martinsville and Henry County, Inc.
  • SJ5010: Celebrating the life of Mark Daniel DeHart.
  • SJ5011: Commending the Martinsville High School boys' basketball team.
  • SJ5047: Celebrating the life of Sandra Merritt Rogers.
  • SJ5048: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Calvin E. Rains, Sr.
  • SJ5049: Celebrating the life of Claudia Boyden Caldwell.
  • SJ5055: NAFTA Superhighway System; urging Congress to prevent implementation thereof.