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The 2021 Virginia General Assembly session began on January 13, and continue until March 1. Here you can read the bills that were proposed.

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Alkaline hydrolysis; work group to determine regulatory & statutory changes needed to legalize, etc.
Katelyn P Doxsee writes: I would like to thank Senator Joe Morrissey and Del. Kim Taylor for introducing this bill. AH is a more environmentally friendly way of disposing of a body and should be an alternative for consumers.
Earned sentence credits; repeals four-level classification system for awarding & calculation, etc.
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Alkaline hydrolysis; work group to determine regulatory & statutory changes needed to legalize, etc.
Courtney Stewart writes: Thank you for supporting this bill and being open minded and willing to learn. Alkaline Hydrolysis is a reasonable and environmentally friendly alternative to cremation. Senator Morrissey and Delegate Taylor’s work on this topic is appreciated by those of us who seek more affordable and responsible solutions to end of life decisions, including what to do with the body.
Alkaline hydrolysis; work group to determine regulatory & statutory changes needed to legalize, etc.
Joanne Watson writes: Thank you senator Morrissey and Delegate Taylor for introducing this bill. Every citizen of this commonwealth deserves the right to chose their method of death care. The fact that it is more earth friendly is a plus and shows our representatives that we care about what laws they are enacting
Alkaline hydrolysis; work group to determine regulatory & statutory changes needed to legalize, etc.
Linda Plaut writes: Thank you, senator Morrissey and Delegate Taylor for introducing this bill. The late, great human rights activist Desmond Tutu chose this method of death care because he cared for the future of the Earth. Virginia should do the same.
Alkaline hydrolysis; work group to determine regulatory & statutory changes needed to legalize, etc.
Sandra Schlaudecker writes: As the president of the Funeral Consumers Alliance of the Virginia Blue Ridge, I would like to thank Senator Joe Morrissey and Del. Kim Taylor for introducing this bill. Many other states allow alkaline hydrolysis (AH) and I am happy to see Virginia moving in that direction. AH is a more environmentally friendly way of disposing of a body and should be an alternative for consumers.