2024 Bills

3,214 bills found.

# Title Status
HB1 Minimum wage; increases wage to $13.50 per hour effective January 1, 2025. passed senate
HB2 Assault firearms & certain ammunition, etc.; purchase, sales, transfers, etc., prohibited. passed senate
HB3 State Air Pollution Control Board; motor vehicle emissions standards. dead
HB4 Plastic bag tax; distribution to towns. passed senate
HB5 Town of Leesburg Parking Authority; created. passed senate
HB6 Eastern Daylight Time; Commonwealth shall observe year-round upon enactment by Congress, etc. dead
HB7 State Air Pollution Control Board; regulations, low-emissions and zero-emissions vehicle standards. dead
HB8 Medical Ethics Defense Act; established. dead
HB9 Animal control officers; additional training. dead
HB10 High school graduation; requires passing score on select questions from U.S. Naturalization Test. dead
HB11 Knives; carrying as concealed weapons. dead
HB12 Handguns; firearm locking device required for sale or transfer, child safety warning required. incorporated
HB13 High school graduation; requires passing score on select questions from U.S. Naturalization, etc. dead
HB14 Unemployment compensation; employer's failure to respond to requests for information, etc. passed senate
HB15 Warning light units, certain; increases number of units person may equip on one vehicle, etc. passed
HB16 Firearm or explosive material; carrying within Capitol Square and the surrounding area, etc. dead
HB17 Students who receive home instruction; participation in interscholastic programs, fees, etc. dead
HB18 Hate crimes and discrimination; ethnic animosity, penalties. passed committee
HB19 Atlantic menhaden; VIMS, et al., to study ecology, fishery impacts, and economic importance. dead
HB20 Photo speed monitoring devices; location. dead
HB21 School crossing zones; expands definition of zones to include areas surrounding schools, etc. incorporated
HB22 Auto sears; definition, prohibition on manufacture, importation, sale, etc., penalty. passed committee
HB23 Weapons; possession or transportation into facility that provides mental health services, etc. incorporated
HB24 Amber warning lights; flashing lights on certain fox hunting vehicles. passed
HB25 Retail sales and use tax holiday; establishes an annual tax holiday that takes place in August. passed senate
HB26 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification, private entities licensed or certified. passed senate
HB27 Kinship as foster care; placement of child with foster parent. passed committee
HB28 Fossil fuel projects moratorium; transitioning energy workers, environmental justice protections. dead
HB29 Budget Bill. passed senate
HB30 Budget Bill. passed senate
HB31 Motor vehicle safety inspection approval sticker; persons on active duty. dead
HB32 Medicine, Board of; continuing ed. related to implicit bias and cultural competency in health care. incorporated
HB33 Public drinking water; Commissioner of Health's work group to study occurrence of microplastics. dead
HB34 Statute of limitations; medical debt payment period. passed committee
HB35 Firearm safety device; expands definition of device. passed senate
HB36 Abuse and neglect of children; causing or enabling child to gain possession of a firearm, penalty. passed committee
HB37 Loan repayment programs; creates program for mental health professionals. dead
HB38 Virginia Retirement System; enhanced retirement benefits for 911 dispatchers. dead
HB39 Sex offenders; contributing to the delinquency of a minor, penalty. dead
HB40 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use of campaign funds, complaints, hearings, civil penalty. dead
HB41 Standards of Learning; programs of instruction, civics education on local government. dead
HB42 Dentists and dental hygienists; added to list of providers who are immune from civil liability, etc. passed senate
HB43 Polling place; assistance for certain voters, expands definition of disability. incorporated
HB44 Absentee voting; absentee voting in person, available beginning 30 days prior to election. dead
HB45 Earned sentence credits; incarceration prior to entry of final order of conviction. passed committee
HB46 Firearm; transfers to another person from a prohibited person. passed
HB47 Invasive plant species; requirements for retail sales. passed senate
HB48 Higher educational institutions, public; admissions applications, legacy admissions, etc. passed
HB49 Window tint; emergency vehicles. dead
HB50 Central State Hospital; designation of additional beds as forensic and psychiatric beds. dead
HB51 Prostitution; increases penalties for a third or subsequent offense of solicitation from an adult. dead
HB52 Alkaline hydrolysis; establishes registration requirement, regulations. dead
HB53 Actions against real estate appraisers or appraisal management companies; statute of limitations. dead
HB54 Falls Church, City of; amending charter, qualifications of members of boards and commissions. passed senate
HB55 Primary elections; candidates for nomination, withdrawal of candidacy. passed senate
HB56 Voter registration by political party affiliation; partially closed primary elections. dead
HB57 Restaurant exemptions; certain organizations participating in fundraising events. passed
HB58 Industrial development authorities; disclosure statements. in subcommittee
HB59 Virginia Regional Industrial Facilities Act; Planning Districts 13 and 14. passed senate
HB60 Sales and use tax, local; construction or renovation of schools in Prince Edward County. dead
HB61 Enterprise zones; renewal periods. passed senate
HB62 Animal Cruelty Conviction List; established. passed committee
HB63 Criminal cases; request for a jury to ascertain punishment. passed senate
HB64 Medicare supplement policies; annual open enrollment period. dead
HB65 Students who receive home instruction; participation in public school interscholastic programs. dead
HB66 Public schools; fire drills, timing and frequency. passed committee
HB67 Disabled Veteran's Passport; service-connected disability. dead
HB68 Workers' compensation; post-traumatic stress disorder incurred by dispatchers. dead
HB69 Vacancies in elected local offices; interim appointments, notice requirement. passed senate
HB70 Virginia Retirement System; plan credits and accounts. passed
HB71 Combined sewer overflow outfalls; compliance with regulations, Chesapeake Bay Watershed. passed committee
HB72 Public schools; threat assessment teams to meet annually with local chief law-enforcement officer. dead
HB73 Unlawful detainer; expungement of action, entering of an order without further petition or hearing. passed committee
HB74 Unpaved secondary highways; improvement of secondary hwys. includes improvements other than paving. passed senate
HB75 Foster care; State Bd. of Social Services to amend regulations, application for and use of benefits. dead
HB76 Grand jury; clarifies oaths of foreman, jurors, and witnesses. passed senate
HB77 Robbery; conforms certain provisions of the Code of VA to the degrees of robbery offenses, etc. passed senate
HB78 Search warrants, subpoenas, court orders, or other process; menstrual health data prohibited. passed senate
HB79 Special elections; elections permitted to be held on the same day as a primary election. dead
HB80 Breakthrough Therapies for Veteran Suicide Prevention, Advisory Council on; established, report. dead
HB81 Suicide; abolishes common-law crime. passed committee
HB82 Unemployment compensation; maximum duration of benefits. dead
HB83 Comprehensive community colleges and school boards; dual enrollment agreements, parameters. dead
HB84 Mineral mining and exploration; public notification. dead
HB85 Mineral mining and processing; use of cyanide or a cyanide compound prohibited. passed senate
HB86 Summons for unlawful detainer; specifies a process by which a plaintiff may amend amount due to him. passed senate
HB87 Hospital regulations; patient drug testing. dead
HB88 Income tax, state; removes sunset on elevated standard deduction amounts. dead
HB89 Taxation; rate of interest. dead
HB90 Candidates; declaration of candidacy for primary. passed senate
HB91 Smithfield, Town of; amending charter, municipal elections, repealing outdated provisions. passed senate
HB92 Percy Lee House, III Mem. Bridge; designates bridge on Otterdam Rd. over I-95 in Greensville County. passed
HB93 Alpha-gal syndrome; Board of Health to adopt regulations to include on reportable disease list. passed committee
HB94 Nonresident pharmacies; pharmacy benefits administrators. dead
HB95 Stolen license plates; DMV required to cancel or invalidate such license plate & issue replacement. dead
HB96 License plates, specialized and personalized; removes fees for plates issued to veterans, etc. dead
HB97 Governor; chief of staff and Governor's Secretaries. dead
HB98 Public secondary schools; satisfaction in physical education requirement, participation in Jr. ROTC. passed senate
HB99 Virginia Retirement System; return to work for law-enforcement officers. dead
HB100 Child labor offenses; increases civil penalties. passed senate
HB101 Alcoholic beverage control. dead
HB102 Court-appointed counsel; raises the limitation of fees. passed committee
HB103 Local and Regional Jails, State Board of; powers and duties. passed senate
HB104 Provider contracts; pharmacies allowed to refuse to fill certain prescriptions. dead
HB105 Resale Disclosure Act; resale certificate, fees. passed senate
HB106 Shared solar programs; amends existing program provisions to apply to Dominion Energy Virginia. passed senate
HB107 Electric Vehicle Rural Infrastructure Program and Fund; established and created. passed committee
HB108 Shared solar programs; SCC to establish by regulation, etc. passed senate
HB109 Electric utilities; regional transmission entities, annual report. in committee
HB110 Surrogacy brokers; repeals statute of prohibition. passed
HB111 President and Vice President; binding of electors, filling vacancies. passed senate
HB112 Adoption; parental placement and agency adoption. incorporated
HB113 Handguns; possession, purchase, or transportation by persons convicted of certain drug offenses. dead
HB114 Health Insurance Reform Commission; increases membership. passed senate
HB115 Guardians and conservators; order of appointment and certificate of qualification, annual report. passed
HB116 Retail Sales and Use tax; exemption for data centers. dead
HB117 Net energy metering; solar interconnection, cost recovery. dead
HB118 Electric utilities; cost recovery for electric vehicle charging infrastructure. dead
HB119 Electric utilities; clarifies definition of energy efficiency programs. dead
HB120 DPOR and DHP; certain suspensions not considered disciplinary action. passed
HB121 SOL; includes severe allergic reaction awareness training. passed senate
HB122 Environmental Quality, Department of; review and authorization of projects, hearing and appeal. passed committee
HB123 Health insurance; ethics and fairness in carrier business practices. passed senate
HB124 State Corporation Commission; annual report filing requirements. passed senate
HB125 Special justices and independent evaluator fees; emergency custody and voluntary civil admissions. passed senate
HB126 Candidates for office; persons entitled to have name printed on ballot, required reports. passed committee
HB127 DMAS & DBH DS; modification of rules for 1915 (c) Home & Community Based Services Medicaid Waivers. dead
HB128 Door-to-door vendors; local regulation, political parties exempted. passed senate
HB129 Hair styling; added as a profession that is regulated by the Board of Barbers and Cosmetology. dead
HB130 Constitutional officers; dual office holding, prohibited for deputies and other persons. dead
HB131 Learning needs dashboard; Department of Education shall continue to maintain, sunset date. passed senate
HB132 Virginia Minority Business Commission; established, report, sunset clause. dead
HB133 Local gov't; ongoing health care for employees exposed to toxic materials. passed committee
HB134 Opioids; educational materials concerning risks. passed committee
HB135 High-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes; disabled veteran license plates. dead
HB136 Staunton, City of; City allowed to reduce or waive utility connection fees in certain areas. passed senate
HB137 Emergency medical services for police dogs. dead
HB138 Retail sales and use tax holiday; establishes an annual tax holiday that takes place in August. dead
HB139 Underground infrastructure works by public service companies; payment of prevailing wage rate. passed committee
HB140 Adoption; award of damages, death by wrongful act. passed senate
HB141 Veterans' Fellowship for State Government Pilot Program; created, report. dead
HB142 Crosswalks; waiving certain requirements for proposed installation. dead
HB143 Utility work database; VDOT to establish and maintain a publicly accessible database. passed senate
HB144 Speed limits; notification to primary liaison in each locality when change occurs. passed senate
HB145 Virginia Teacher Residency Training Corps; established. dead
HB146 Early childhood care and education; publicly funded providers, exemption from licensure. incorporated
HB147 Terrorism hoax incident, etc.; reimbursement of expenses incurred to localities. dead
HB148 Human trafficking services; adds to responsibilities of DSS certain duties related to prevention. dead
HB149 Employee protections; medicinal use of cannabis oil. passed senate
HB150 Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program; new participants not required to appear in person. passed committee
HB151 Energy, Department of; building standards for certain local buildings. passed senate
HB152 Land preservation tax credit; increases threshold credit amount. dead
HB153 Medical Assistance Services, Department of; lien for claim of personal injuries. dead
HB154 Judges; maximum number in Ninth Judicial Circuit. incorporated
HB155 Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; claims. passed senate
HB156 Jury service; increases from 70 to 73 the age at which a person is exempt from service upon request. passed senate
HB157 Minimum wage; farm laborers or farm employees, temporary foreign workers. passed senate
HB158 Firearm locking device; required for sale or transfer of firearm. dead
HB159 State correctional and juvenile correctional facilities; use of canines, prohibited acts. passed
HB160 Veterans; workplace poster for benefits and services. passed senate
HB161 Individuals experiencing or reporting overdoses while incarcerated; disciplinary procedures. passed senate
HB162 Retirement systems; financial reports, annual disclosures. dead
HB163 Higher educational institutions, public; student identification cards, emergency services website. passed senate
HB164 Procurement; preference for local products and firms by localities. incorporated
HB165 Income tax, state; deduction for union dues. dead
HB166 Guidance and resources; composting programs in local school divisions. dead
HB167 Special grand juries; circuit court to impanel when an unarmed person is killed by law enforcement. dead
HB168 Homeless students; Dept. of Ed. to develop a resource document on supports and services. passed senate
HB169 Maternal Health Data and Quality Measures, Task Force on; State Health Commissioner to reestablish. incorporated
HB170 Trees; conservation during land development process. incorporated
HB171 Signing of pleadings, motions, and other papers; electronic signatures. passed
HB172 Family or household member; clarifies definition, penalty. passed committee
HB173 Plastic firearms and unfinished frames, etc.; manufacture, import, etc. prohibited, penalties. passed committee
HB174 Marriage lawful regardless of sex, gender, or race of parties; issuance of marriage license. passed
HB175 Assault firearms; carrying in public areas prohibited, penalty. passed committee
HB176 Elections; form of ballot, party identification of candidates, constitutional offices. dead
HB177 Federal Early Intervention Program for Infants & Toddlers w/Disabilities; reimbursement rates. dead
HB178 Social Work Advisory Board; established, report, sunset date. dead
HB179 Imprisonment; consecutive terms. dead
HB180 Radar detectors; use and sale of devices to detect radar, etc. dead
HB181 School counselors; decreases public school staffing ratios. dead
HB182 Breach of a contract; award of attorney fees, factors. dead
HB183 Firearms; storage in residence where minor or person prohibited from possessing is present, penalty. passed committee
HB184 Foreclosure procedures; subordinate mortgage, affidavit required. passed committee
HB185 Candidates for office; challenges to qualifications or eligibility, timeliness. incorporated
HB186 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Cedar Bluff Overlook Park POW/MIA Memorial. dead
HB187 Teachers; process and timeline for increasing salary. passed senate
HB188 Advance Health Care Planning Registry; amendment of regulations. passed senate
HB189 Officers of elections; leaves of absence from respective duties. dead
HB190 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. dead
HB191 Motor vehicle dealers; sale of franchise. passed
HB192 Landlord and Tenant Fairness Act; established. dead
HB193 Stafford County; authorized to impose an additional local sales tax for schools. dead
HB194 Virginia Military Parents Equal Protection Act; members of Space Force. passed
HB195 Gaming in the Commonwealth; prohibition on use of term 'casino' by non-casino gaming operators. dead
HB196 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; noncompliance with rental agreement, grace period. incorporated
HB197 Solar energy equipment; establishes a nonrefundable income-tax credit. dead
HB198 Solar energy; potential benefits of using for certain residential applications. dead
HB199 Virginia Brownfield and Coal Mine Renewable Energy Grant Fund and Program; allocation of funds. passed committee
HB200 Updating Virginia Law to Reflect Federal Recognition of Virginia Tribes; Commission on. in committee
HB201 Transportation entities, certain; membership. passed
HB202 Optometrists; expert witness testimony. passed senate
HB203 Private security services business; training requirements for human trafficking. passed senate
HB204 Maternal Mortality Review Team; membership. passed senate
HB205 Workers' compensation; prompt payment, limitation on claims. passed senate
HB206 Pet shops; notice of deceased animals. dead
HB207 Hunger-Free Campus Grant Program; established, report. incorporated
HB208 Comprehensive plan; locality may consider adopting a healthy communities strategy. passed senate
HB209 Organized retail theft; repeals crime and Organized Retail Crime Fund. dead
HB210 Electronic execution of estate planning documents; codifies Uniform Electronic Wills Act. dead
HB211 Higher educational institutions, public; Dept. of Education to audit education preparation programs. dead
HB212 MEI Project Approval Commission; board-level gender and diversity requirements. in committee
HB213 Emissions inspections; fees, agreement for services and service charge fees. passed senate
HB214 Common interest communities; residents providing certain services exemption. passed
HB215 High school students; development of Title IX and sexual harassment prevention training modules. passed committee
HB216 Impounding structures, certain; variances to general permit requirements. dead
HB217 Hysterectomies and oophorectomies; DHP shall review informed consent requirements. dead
HB218 Health insurance; health care provider panels, continuity of care. passed senate
HB219 Motor vehicles; expired registration, penalties. dead
HB220 Water facilities; staffing of licensed operators. passed
HB221 Free-Roaming Cat Management Plan; regulations. dead
HB222 Child day centers operated by religious institutions; exemption from licensure. dead
HB223 Cruelty to animals; possession and ownership of companion or equine animals. passed committee
HB224 Public schools; mental health awareness training. passed committee
HB225 Dentist and Dental Hygienist Compact; authorizes Virginia to become a signatory to the Compact. passed senate
HB226 Omitted taxes; installment agreements. dead
HB227 Colonial Heights, City of; amending charter, relating to duties of city manager, etc. passed senate
HB228 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; recycling information on products. dead
HB229 Legal notices; locality to advertise on their website. dead
HB230 Health insurance; cost sharing for breast examinations. dead
HB231 Virginia Retirement System; enhanced retirement benefits for animal control officers. dead
HB232 Line of Duty Act; benefits for campus and private police officers. dead
HB233 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; eligible site for site development grant. passed committee
HB234 All-terrain vehicles and off-road motorcycles; seizure, impounding, and disposition. passed senate
HB235 Persons occupying street for commercial use; civil penalty. dead
HB236 Virginia Beach, City of; amending charter, expansion of board of equalization. dead
HB237 Virginia Growth and Opportunity Board; increases membership. passed senate
HB238 Health insurance; coverage for colorectal cancer screening. passed senate
HB239 Sickle Cell Disease, Advisory Council on; established, report. dead
HB240 Income tax, state; contributions to Virginia College Savings Plan accounts, report. dead
HB241 Prescribed pediatric extended care centers; licensure, regulation. dead
HB242 Virginia Public Procurement Act; competitive negotiation, exceptions to contractual terms. passed senate
HB243 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; availability of complaint forms in courthouses. passed senate
HB244 Protective orders; prohibits parent of a minor from filing a petition for family abuse order, etc. dead
HB245 PFAS; facilities that have engaged in manufacture, etc., to produce report on use of chemicals. incorporated
HB246 Fines, restitution, forfeiture, penalties, etc.; criminal and traffic cases, itemized statement. passed senate
HB247 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; noncompliance by certain landlords, tenant remedies. dead
HB248 Autonomous agent; regulations for an applicant requesting licensure of an agent. dead
HB249 Law-enforcement agencies; use of generative artificial intelligence and machine learning systems. dead
HB250 Law-enforcement officers; interrogation practices. passed committee
HB251 Criminal justice agencies; audiovisual surveillance technologies. dead
HB252 Sickle cell disease; statewide registry created, collection of disease case information, report. passed committee
HB253 School boards; enrolled students present at meetings, public comment or citizen participation. passed senate
HB254 Candidates in elections; party identification of candidates on ballot. dead
HB255 Adult wellness screening; sickle cell disease or sickle cell trait. passed senate
HB256 Health care providers & grocery store workers; employers to provide paid sick leave, effective date. incorporated
HB257 Sickle cell anemia; prescription of opioids for pain management. passed committee
HB258 Nonjudicial sale of tax delinquent real properties; unimproved properties w/in urban redevelopment. passed senate
HB259 Dam Safety, Flood Prevention, and Protection Assistance Fund; percentage of funds available. dead
HB260 Police and court records; expungement of records. dead
HB261 Income tax, state; conformity to Internal Revenue Code. dead
HB262 Land and improvements; classification for tax purposes. dead
HB263 Retail Sales and Use Tax; accommodations for transients. dead
HB264 Legal notices and publications; online-only news publications, requirements. passed senate
HB265 Removal of public officers from office; petition requirements, procedure. passed committee
HB266 Custodial interrogation of a child; failure to comply with section, inadmissibility of statement. passed committee
HB267 Assault or assault and battery against a law-enforcement officer; prosecution of an individual. passed committee
HB268 Juveniles; evidence of trafficking, sexual abuse, or rape by the alleged victim. passed committee
HB269 Provisional (Career Switcher) License; special education. passed committee
HB270 Commonwealth Comprehensive Gun Safety Program; established, etc. dead
HB271 Public secondary schools; naloxone procurement, possession, and administration. incorporated
HB272 Attorney fees; judgments, compensation, or monetary awards related to veterans. dead
HB273 Divorce; cruelty, reasonable apprehension of bodily hurt, or willful desertion or abandonment. dead
HB274 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability of infertility for firefighters. dead
HB275 Public utilities; delay of termination of service for certain residential customers, report. in committee
HB276 Campaign advertisements; independent expenditures, electioneering communications. dead
HB277 Consumer protection; transparency in ticket fees, civil penalties. passed committee
HB278 State plan for medical assistance services; fertility preservation treatments, etc. dead
HB279 Military leaves of absence for employees of the Commonwealth, etc.; includes prof. firefighters. passed committee
HB280 Insurrections; prohibition from serving in position of public trust, civil penalty. dead
HB281 Child day programs; use of office buildings, waiver of zoning requirements. passed senate
HB282 Highway work zones; creates a traffic infraction for any moving violation in a work zone. passed
HB283 Commonwealth, Secretary of the; ad hoc committee to evaluate executive bodies, etc. dead
HB284 Teachers; criteria for initial renewable licensure for certain individuals. incorporated
HB285 Uniform Statewide Building Code; exempts plans and specifications for bus shelters. dead
HB286 Maternal Health Data and Quality Measures, Task Force on. dead
HB287 Geology; expands definition of geological mapping. passed
HB288 Stationary blinds for waterfowl; providing location of blinds to Department of Wildlife Resources. passed senate
HB289 Concealed handgun; permit holder may store his firearms in motor vehicles in public parking lots. dead
HB290 Attorney General; instituting or conducting criminal prosecutions. dead
HB291 Long-term services and supports screening; expedited screening and screening exemption. passed
HB292 Drug Treatment Court Act; renames the Act as the Recovery Court Act. passed
HB293 Disposal of unclaimed property in possession of sheriff or police; notice of public display and sale dead
HB294 Protective order in case of family abuse; termination of temporary order of child support. passed
HB295 Protective orders; prohibits parent of a minor from filing a petition for family abuse, etc. dead
HB296 Vehicle registration; failure to renew, etc., penalties. dead
HB297 Tobacco Indemnification & Community Revitalization & VA Tobacco Region Revolving Funds; eligibility. dead
HB298 Charitable gaming; use of proceeds. incorporated
HB299 License tax; retired police or military dogs, exemption. passed senate
HB300 Virginia Retirement System; enhanced retirement benefits for 911 dispatchers. dead
HB301 Proper maintenance of property; adds violation of one or more local ordinances to existing prov. dead
HB302 Firearm safety device tax credit; definitions. dead
HB303 Ancillary traffic infractions and civil offenses; certification. dead
HB304 Virginia Firefighting Facilities Grant Program; established report. dead
HB305 Regional gas tax; allocating revenues from tax to certain localities for improving secondary roads. dead
HB306 Public defenders; appointment of counsel, caseload exception. passed senate
HB307 Alcoholic beverage control; exemption from licensure person who manufactures spirits at residence. dead
HB308 Geriatric prisoners; conditional release. dead
HB309 Forestland and Urban Tree Canopy Conservation Plan; Department of Forestry to establish. passed committee
HB310 Judges; maximum number each judicial district and circuit. passed senate
HB311 Virginia Public Procurement Act; submissions of bids or proposals on electronic procurement system. passed senate
HB312 Rental conveyances; relocates certain provisions related to assignments of rent. passed
HB313 State Inspector General, Office of the; investigations of abuse/neglect at state psychiatric hosp. passed senate
HB314 State hospitals; discharge planning. passed committee
HB315 Medical Assistance Services, Department of; lien for claim of personal injuries. passed committee
HB316 Virginia Recycling Development Center; established, report. passed committee
HB317 Children's residential facility; Off. of Children's Ombudsman to interview children in foster care. passed senate
HB318 Firearm industry members; creates standards of responsible conduct, civil liability. passed senate
HB319 Firearms instructors & safety prog.; removes reference to NRA & U.S. Concealed Carry Assoc. in Code. dead
HB320 Pesticide control exemptions; herbicide applications by unpaid volunteers. passed senate
HB321 Line of Duty Act; increases payment of benefits. passed committee
HB322 Cosmetology Compact; established. passed committee
HB323 Interstate Massage Compact; authorizes Virginia to become a signatory to Compact. dead
HB324 PA Licensure Compact; authorizes Virginia to become a signatory to Compact. passed committee
HB325 Minimum wage and overtime wages; civil actions. dead
HB326 Social Work Licensure Compact; authorizes Virginia to become a signatory to Compact. passed committee
HB327 Affordable and inclusive housing; DBHDS to develop plan to ensure people w/disabilities have access. passed senate
HB328 Interstate Teacher Mobility Compact; enters the Commonwealth into Compact. dead
HB329 Marriage & family therapists; Bd. of Counseling to amend regulations related to licensure. passed senate
HB330 Dog or cat; financing. passed
HB331 Richmond, City of; amending charter, extensive updates, removing outdated provisions. dead
HB332 Termination of trust; notice requirements. passed senate
HB333 Environmental Justice, Virginia Council on; meetings and staffing, appointment of members. passed committee
HB334 Boiler and pressure vessel operators; certification by localities. dead
HB335 Tipped employees; DOLI to study increasing wages and address wage theft by employers. passed senate
HB336 Powers of attorney, certain; transfer on death deeds. passed senate
HB337 Siting of data centers; impacts on resources and historically significant sites. dead
HB338 Siting of data centers; locality may perform site assessment before approval. dead
HB339 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; exemptions for vehicle transfers, limited liability companies. dead
HB340 Electric utilities; underground transmission lines. dead
HB341 Virginia Public Procurement Act; consideration of employment of older Virginia residents. incorporated
HB342 Naloxone or other opioid antagonists; possession by state agencies, guidelines for private employer. passed committee
HB343 Financial institutions; regulation of money transmitters, penalty. dead
HB344 Private waste companies; displacement. dead
HB345 Municipal elections; city or town allowed to hold its elections on first Tuesday in May. dead
HB346 Premarital agreements; enforcement. dead
HB347 School board employees; civil cause of action against principals, etc. dead
HB348 Employment; paid sick leave, civil penalties. dead
HB349 Advanced registered medication aides; aides who administer drugs in certified nursing facilities. passed senate
HB350 Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc., Bd. for; quorum and signature requirements passed senate
HB351 Firearm; locking device required for purchase, households where minor resides, penalty. passed committee
HB352 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; early termination for military personnel, stop. passed
HB353 Hospitals; emergency departments to have at least one licensed physician on duty at all times. passed committee
HB354 Public pools; Board of Health to adopt regulations. passed senate
HB355 School employees; employment verification required. passed senate
HB356 Investment of public funds; qualified public entity allowed to invest in asset-backed securities. passed senate
HB357 Tidal and nontidal wetlands; DEQ to establish work group to develop strategies to protect, report. dead
HB358 Voluntary Registration Health and Safety Checklist; DOE to update. passed senate
HB359 Public school funding; nonpersonal cost categories, federal fund deduction methodology. dead
HB360 Public Instruction, Superintendent of; duties, fixed and actual school staffing ratios. dead
HB361 Criminal history record information; dissemination of information to DSS. passed
HB362 Firearms; purchase, etc., following an assault and battery against an intimate or dating partner. passed committee
HB363 Candidates for office; disqualification, affidavit of eligibility. dead
HB364 Local government; water-filled fire sprinkler systems. dead
HB365 Regional workforce development and child care initiative; implementation in Southwest Va. dead
HB366 Va. Nat'l Guard State Tuition Assistance Program; provisions relating to eligibility for grants. dead
HB367 Parking Lot Solar Development Pilot Program and Fund; established, report. dead
HB368 Uniform Statewide Building Code; Board of HCD to convene advisory group to evaluate. passed committee
HB369 Sexual misconduct policies; SCHEV to convene task force on combating violence, civil penalty. dead
HB370 Employment; annual interactive training and education; harassment and workplace discrimination. dead
HB371 Physicians; informed consent, procedure observation by students or trainees for teaching purposes. dead
HB372 Child Care Implementation and Substitute Employee Pool Grant Program; established. dead
HB373 Financial institutions; reporting financial exploitation of elderly or vulnerable adults. dead
HB374 Virginia Minority Business Commission; established, membership, report, sunset clause. in committee
HB375 Presidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact. dead
HB376 New Market, Town of; new charter (previous charter repealed). passed senate
HB377 Zoning; traffic impact statements. dead
HB378 Developer performance guarantees; clarifies existing provisions related to periodic partial release. passed committee
HB379 Sentencing guidelines; violent felony offenses, purchasing or selling of minors. dead
HB380 License plates, special; issuance to certain members, veterans & retirees of U.S. Air Force. passed committee
HB381 Virginia Public Procurement Act; participation by veteran-owned small businesses. dead
HB382 Broadband access in farmland and rural areas; information and reporting. dead
HB383 Real estate board; continuing education requirements for real estate brokers and salespersons. passed
HB384 Tangible personal property tax; exemption for indoor agriculture equipment and machinery. dead
HB385 Railroad safety; requirements for railroad companies. passed senate
HB386 Public schools; increase staffing ratios for specialized student support positions. dead
HB387 Vehicle emissions testing equipment; tax credit for certain vehicles. dead
HB388 Virginia Retirement System; investments, diversity, equity, and inclusion investing restricted. dead
HB389 Concealed handgun; carrying without a permit. dead
HB390 Concealed handgun; carrying handgun when issued a protective order, civil penalty. dead
HB391 Issuing citations; certain traffic offenses. dead
HB392 Virginia Petroleum Products Franchise Act; agreements between jobber/distributors and dealers. passed senate
HB393 Election reform. dead
HB394 Capital murder; authorizes death penalty. dead
HB395 Concealed handgun; applying for enhanced permit. dead
HB396 Income tax, state; birth of dependent household member tax deduction. dead
HB397 Electric utilities; development of renewable energy facilities, etc. dead
HB398 Public elementary and secondary schools; student discipline, etc. passed committee
HB399 Larceny; punishment for conviction of second or subsequent misdemeanor, penalty. dead
HB400 Active incarceration; probation, revocation, and suspension of sentence. dead
HB401 Child abuse; adds to list of mandatory reporters. dead
HB402 Electric utilities; retail competition for purchase and sale of electric energy, etc. dead
HB403 Electric utilities; temporary power purchase agreements. dead
HB404 Abortion; use of public funds prohibited. dead
HB405 Electric vehicle charging facilities; infrastructure necessary to support installation. passed committee
HB406 Clean Water Act; cooling water intakes at power plants. dead
HB407 Child Care Subsidy Program; categorical eligibility for certain families. passed senate
HB408 Child Care Subsidy Program vendors; basis for periodic reimbursement. dead
HB409 Election of certain governing bodies; conversion to single-member districts. dead
HB410 Virginia Beach, City of; amending charter, transition of city council. incorporated
HB411 Students who receive home instruction; participation in interscholastic and intramural programs. dead
HB412 Virginia Creative Economy Grant Fund and Program; established. incorporated
HB413 Elections; form of ballot, party identification of candidates, constitutional offices. incorporated
HB414 Land records; recording and indexing fees. dead
HB415 Virginia Beach, City of; amending charter, expansion of board of equalization. passed senate
HB416 Virginia Beach, City of; amending charter, transition of city council. passed senate
HB417 Vacancies in elected local offices; timeliness of special election to fill vacancy. dead
HB418 Civil actions filed on behalf of multiple persons; types of class actions. passed senate
HB419 Early childhood care and education system; need- and demand-based funding. passed committee
HB420 Federal park operations; temporary funding. dead
HB421 Commonwealth Trespass Towing Rate-Setting Advisory Panel; established. dead
HB422 Personal property tax; removes sunset date. dead
HB423 Civilian deaths in custody; report. incorporated
HB424 Toll facilities; free use by certain disabled veterans. dead
HB425 Motor Vehicles, Department of; release of privileged information. passed senate
HB426 Counseling, Board of; licensure of professional counselors without examination. passed committee
HB427 Admission to bail; creates rebuttable presumptions against bail. dead
HB428 DCR authorized to quitclaim and release certain rights in Wythe County. passed
HB429 Elections; form of ballot, party identification of candidates, constitutional offices. incorporated
HB430 Bail; violation of any partial condition of release, report available to counsel of record. passed senate
HB431 Pro tempore judicial appointments; criminal background checks, financial disclosure. passed senate
HB432 Jurors; availability of copy of jury panel to counsel. passed
HB433 State legislative districts; how districts numbered. dead
HB434 Inpatient substance use disorder treatment; facility licensed to prepare and record discharge plan. passed senate
HB435 Law-enforcement officers; exposure to bodily fluids, petition to the general district court. passed committee
HB436 Advance directive; revocation of directive upon filing of divorce or annulment of marriage, etc. passed senate
HB437 Fentanyl; manufacturing, selling, giving, distributing, etc., creates weight-based penalties. dead
HB438 Written complaints; felony offenses to be provided. passed
HB439 Controlled substances; possession unlawful, second or subsequent conviction, mandatory minimum fine. dead
HB440 Candidates for office; electronic filing of forms, petitions, and notifications. dead
HB441 Polling place; assistance for certain voters, clarifies definition of 'person with a disability.' passed senate
HB442 Va. Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; landlord remedies, noncompliance with rental agreement. passed committee
HB443 Local government; standardization of public notice requirements for certain meetings, hearings, etc. dead
HB444 Virginia Rap Back Service; criminal history record monitoring. passed
HB445 Health insurance; approval of rates to dental plans, medical loss ratio. dead
HB446 Aircraft; an airport has a lien on an abandoned or derelict aircraft on its property for all fees. passed senate
HB447 Motor vehicle rental and peer-to-peer vehicle sharing tax; disposition. dead
HB448 Marijuana presumption; driving or operating a motor vehicle, etc., while intoxicated, penalty. dead
HB449 Child abuse and neglect; mandatory reporters, statute of limitations, penalties. incorporated
HB450 Fentanyl; manufacturing, selling, giving, distributing, etc., mandatory term of imprisonment. dead
HB451 Enhanced earned sentence credits; eligibility of person convicted of felony drug offenses. dead
HB452 Drug offenders; eligibility for first-time disposition. passed senate
HB453 Kinship foster care; barrier crimes. passed senate
HB454 Firearm/explosive material; carrying w/in Capitol Square or bldg. owned or leased by Commonwealth. passed committee
HB455 Controlled substances; possession of an item containing less than one gram, penalty. passed committee
HB456 City council salaries; permitted salaries. passed senate
HB457 Decreasing probation period; establishes criteria for mandatory reduction. passed committee
HB458 Sales and use tax, local; additional tax authorized in all counties & cities to support schools. dead
HB459 Trees; conservation during land development process in certain localities. passed senate
HB460 Cumberland's Airport Commission; establishes a new charter, repeals current charter. passed senate
HB461 Photo speed monitoring devices; pole-mounted speed display sign. dead
HB462 School Construction Fund and Program; definitions. passed senate
HB463 Polling places; prohibited activities or conduct, application to locations for absentee voting. dead
HB464 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for nonprofit entities. passed senate
HB465 Election administration; recommended number of deputy general registrars. dead
HB466 Concealed handgun permits; reciprocity with other states. passed committee
HB467 Real estate contract disclosures, certain; establishment by localities prohibited. passed committee
HB468 Financial Services Expansion Grant Fund; established. passed senate
HB469 Electric utilities; retail competition, aggregated competitive purchasers. dead
HB470 Minor; petition for child in need of services or supervision. passed senate
HB471 Uniform Statewide Building Code; multifamily residential housing construction projects. dead
HB472 TANF; repeals provision relating to child care services; reporting. passed
HB473 Income tax, state; employer retention credit. dead
HB474 Restroom Access Act; civil liability. passed committee
HB475 Child care; background checks for applicants for employment, etc. incorporated
HB476 Vacant buildings; registration. dead
HB477 Eviction Diversion Pilot Program; extends expiration of Program to July 1, 2025. passed
HB478 Community revitalization fund; expanding use for all localities. passed senate
HB479 Prisoner; physical examination by licensed nurse practitioner. passed senate
HB480 Health care; life-sustaining treatment for minors, exceptions. dead
HB481 First responders; proof of immunization not required to attend trainings at medical care facilities. dead
HB482 School employees; reports of certain arrests and convictions. dead
HB483 Income tax, state; veteran student loan forgiveness. dead
HB484 Consumer fireworks; authorizes use, penalities. dead
HB485 School boards; employee criminal history records checks and applications, penalty for noncompliance. dead
HB486 Virginia Higher Education Scholarship Act Fund and Program; created and established. dead
HB487 Harassment by computer or other electronic means; civil action. dead
HB488 Sexual abuse of children; penalty. dead
HB489 Fire Programs Fund; increases annual assessment used to fund. dead
HB490 Electors for President and Vice President; revises method of allocating electoral votes. dead
HB491 Income tax, state; subtraction for volunteer firefighters and emergency medical services personnel. dead
HB492 Fire and emergency medical services apparatuses and equipment; procurement, report. dead
HB493 Property owners; power to arrest on property, probable cause. dead
HB494 Virginia Fire and EMS Safety Loan Fund; created. dead
HB495 Standards of School Safety; Board of Education, et al., to establish. dead
HB496 Waste tire disposal by tire producers and haulers; fee, requirements. dead
HB497 Public secondary schools; naloxone procurement, possession, and administration. incorporated
HB498 School bd. policy; parental notification of responsibility of safe storage of firearms in household. passed
HB499 Medicaid waivers; program rule modifications. dead
HB500 Standards of Learning; Board of Education to develop all assessments using (UDL) principles. dead
HB501 School building evacuation plans, policies, and protocols; students with mobility impairments. passed senate
HB502 Nonbinary sex or gender; all forms or applications to offer any applicant the option to designate. dead
HB503 Credentialed addiction treatment professionals; definition to include licensed behavior analysts. passed committee
HB504 Licensed professionals; DBHDS to amend definition to include licensed behavior analysts. dead
HB505 Commercial driver's license; DMV to convene a work group to develop & implement strategy to promote. dead
HB506 Teachers for Tomorrow Grant Program; established. dead
HB507 Careers in Law Enforcement Incentive Grant Program; established. dead
HB508 Child day program employees and volunteers; background checks, dissemination of information. passed senate
HB509 Public institutions of higher education; policies; individuals with disabilities. passed senate
HB510 Surplus line broker; any person required to be licensed as one shall not be subject to certain tax. dead
HB511 Out-of-state health care practitioners; temp. authorization to practice in assisted living fac. passed committee
HB512 Conservatorship; Judicial Council of Virginia to convene work group to study. dead
HB513 Medical assistance services and health insurance; state plan for payment for PANDAS and PANS. dead
HB514 Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Assoc. w/Strep. Infections, Adv. Council on; sunset. passed senate
HB515 State hospitals; discharge of individuals. passed senate
HB516 Prescription drugs; labels provided for blind and disabled users. passed committee
HB517 European honey bee; designating as the official state pollinator. passed
HB518 Income tax, state; Foreign Service retirement benefits subtraction. dead
HB519 Unprofessional conduct; disciplinary action against doctor for providing abortion care, etc. passed senate
HB520 Summons; promise to appear after issuance, issuance of summons instead of warrant in certain cases. dead
HB521 Photo speed monitoring devices; locality-designated highway segments, civil penalty. incorporated
HB522 Alcoholic beverage control; advertisements. passed
HB523 Charitable gaming; organization to use predetermined percentage of its receipts for expenses. passed senate
HB524 Natural gas pipelines; permit applications. dead
HB525 Casino gaming; limits on required local referendums. passed senate
HB526 Charitable organization; registration fees, solicitation of contributions. dead
HB527 Charitable Sports Raffle Act; established, penalties. dead
HB528 Property Owners' Assoc. Act; managed conservation landscaping, unreasonable restrictions prohibited. dead
HB529 Trees; conservation and replacement during development process. passed senate
HB530 Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act; amends Act to require SWCB to allow use and development of land. dead
HB531 Workers' compensation; injuries caused by repetitive and sustained physical stressors. dead
HB532 Transportation project; prohibits initiation of project in an established school crossing zone, etc. dead
HB533 Photo speed monitoring devices; local gov't to provide by ordinance for placement and operation. incorporated
HB534 Trees; Town of Vienna allowed to require subdivision/development provide for preservation, etc. incorporated
HB535 Early childhood care and education; comprehensive review of certain findings and recommendations. dead
HB536 Student bullying; adjusts definition, characteristics of victim. passed committee
HB537 Home Visiting Program; established, report. dead
HB538 Virginia Student Environmental Literacy Plan Grant Fund and Program; established. dead
HB539 Developer performance guarantees; periodic partial or final release of a bond, escrow, etc. dead
HB540 Sales and use tax; exemption for food purchased for human consumption & essential personal hygiene. dead
HB541 Income tax, state; deduction for qualified business income. dead
HB542 Revenue Stabilization Fund and Revenue Reserve Fund; required deposits. dead
HB543 Virginia Employment Commission; appeals proceedings, appeal tribunals and Board of Review. dead
HB544 Workforce Development and Advancement, Department of; changes title of Director to Commissioner. passed committee
HB545 Law-enforcement officers; prohibits Internet publication of personal information. dead
HB546 Law-enforcement officers; protected personal information. dead
HB547 Internet Safety Advisory Council; extends sunset date. passed committee
HB548 International Registration Plan; temporary registration authorization. dead
HB549 Real property taxes; notice by mail of proposed increase. dead
HB550 Adult adoptee; access to original birth certificate. passed committee
HB551 Income tax, Corporate; apportionment of income using single sales factor method. dead
HB552 Income tax, Corporate; sourcing of sales other than sales of tangible personal property. dead
HB553 Firearms-related offenses; mandatory minimum sentences, penalty. dead
HB554 Investigation prior to release; input from the attorney for the Commonwealth. dead
HB555 Corrections Ombudsman, Office of the Department of; created, report. passed committee
HB556 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; increases membership, training requirements, report. dead
HB557 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; preservation of public parklands, recreation areas, etc. dead
HB558 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain surviving spouses (voter referendum). passed senate
HB559 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage performing arts facility license in Pulaski County. dead
HB560 Health insurance; coverage option for fertility services, essential health benefits benchmark plan. dead
HB561 Annual school safety audits; items to be reviewed. passed committee
HB562 Commercial entity offering social media accounts; restricted hours for minors, civil liability. dead
HB563 Classified instructional support staff; definition, procedure for adjusting grievances. dead
HB564 Public schools; classified instructional support staff, competitive compensation, biennial review. dead
HB565 Voter registration; registration of Department of Motor Vehicles customers, automatic update. dead
HB566 SCHEV; membership to include representative of a historically black college or university. passed senate
HB567 Electric vehicle charging stations; requirement for certain developments. incorporated
HB568 Tax exemptions; Confederacy organizations. passed senate
HB569 Employment discrimination; employee notification of federal and state statute of limitations. passed senate
HB570 Prescription Drug Affordability Board; established, drug cost affordability review, report. passed committee
HB571 Sexually explicit content; policies on parental notification of instructional material. passed senate
HB572 Manufactured home parks; resident rights. passed senate
HB573 Student safety and discipline; certain reports to school principals and division superintendents. dead
HB574 Recordation tax; value of interest conveyed. passed senate
HB575 Persons employed to perform forensic science duties; training and certification. dead
HB576 Contractors, Board for; required regulations and disclosures. passed senate
HB577 Slot-retention requests; Developmental Disability waiver slots, sunset date. passed senate
HB578 Uniform Statewide Building Code; violations, increases fines. passed senate
HB579 VA Freedom of Information Act; records of federal animal welfare violations, limitation on fees. dead
HB580 Animal testing facilities; DACR shall convene task force to identify potential deficiencies. passed senate
HB581 Human trafficking; attorneys for the Commonwealth to establish multidisciplinary response teams. passed senate
HB582 Public high schools; each school board to employ at least one career coach. dead
HB583 Public elementary school teachers; length of daily lunch breaks. passed committee
HB584 Stillbirth Support Grant Program; established. dead
HB585 Home-based firearms dealers; prohibited near schools, penalties. passed senate
HB586 Law-enforcement officers; training standards. passed senate
HB587 Unaccompanied minor housing program; DSS & DHCD to study implementation of program. dead
HB588 VA Residential Landlord &Tenant Act; fire/casualty damage, landlord requirements for termination. passed
HB589 Data Governance and Analytics, Office of; reciprocal data-sharing agreements, veteran-specific data. passed senate
HB590 Electronic gaming devices; regulation, penalties. passed senate
HB591 Commonwealth Health Reinsurance Program; payment parameters. passed senate
HB592 Prescription drugs; emergency regulations related to price transparency, effective period. passed senate
HB593 Neurobehavioral and neurorehabilitation facilities; waiver services for individuals w/brain injury. incorporated
HB594 State plan for medical assistance services; payment for certified community health workers. dead
HB595 Insurance; conducting business by electronic means. passed senate
HB596 Fisheries Innovation for Sustainable Harvest Fund; established. passed committee
HB597 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; enforcement by localities. passed
HB598 Virginia Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; landlord remedies, noncompliance with rental agreement. passed committee
HB599 School boards; unexpended local funds, capital reserve fund permitted. passed senate
HB600 Sales and use tax, local; additional tax authorized in all counties & cities to support schools. dead
HB601 Health insurance; patient access to emergency services, mobile crisis response services. passed senate
HB602 Firearm Violence Intervention and Prevention, Virginia Center for, etc.; created. dead
HB603 Public elementary and secondary schools; programs of instruction on mental health education. passed senate
HB604 Health insurance; coverage for polycystic ovary syndrome. dead
HB605 Dental hygienists; remote supervision. passed senate
HB606 Clinical social workers, licensure examination alternative. in committee
HB607 End Hunger, Virginia Commission to; established, report, sunset date. in committee
HB608 Temporary detention; certified evaluators, report. dead
HB609 Contraception; establishes right to obtain, applicability, enforcement. passed senate
HB610 Health insurance; coverage for diabetes. dead
HB611 Civilian deaths in custody; report. passed committee
HB612 Fines, costs, forfeitures, etc.; collection fees, assessment against incarcerated defendant. passed senate
HB613 Henrietta Lacks Commission; changes sunset date. passed senate
HB614 Community service work in lieu of payment of fines and costs; work performed while incarcerated. passed senate
HB615 Virginia STEM Education Advisory Board; purpose and duties, historically underrepresented students. passed senate
HB616 Sales tax, local; addt'l local tax in City of Newport News for construction & renovation of schools. dead
HB617 High school student-athletes; use of name, image, or likeness. passed committee
HB618 Public schools; Department of Education to review physical accessibility challenges, report. dead
HB619 Military centered community zones; localities may establish, by ordinance, one or more zones. passed senate
HB620 Medical assistance services; payment for essential hygiene products. dead
HB621 Income tax, state; eligible low-income taxpayers to claim a refundable tax credit. dead
HB622 State plan for medical assistance services; violence prevention services benefit. dead
HB623 Rights of voters; covered practices, civil cause of action, standing, jurisdiction, and venue. passed committee
HB624 Public school funding; ratios of instructional positions to English language learner students. passed committee
HB625 Community Schools, Office of; established within Department of Education, etc. passed committee
HB626 Public schools; youth and community violence prevention, report. in committee
HB627 Early childhood care; Child Care Subsidy Program expansion, provision of free child care. dead
HB628 Certificate of public need; hospitals licensed by DBHDS psychiatric beds. dead
HB629 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use of campaign funds, complaints, hearings, civil penalty. dead
HB630 Virginia Retirement System; enhanced retirement benefits for 911 dispatchers. dead
HB631 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; extends membership to emergency dispatchers. dead
HB632 Teachers; regulations governing certain licenses and certificates. passed committee
HB633 Labor trafficking; forced labor or service, penalties. passed committee
HB634 Residential dwelling units; rentals for 30 consecutive days or longer. passed senate
HB635 Juveniles; confidentiality of Department records, law-enforcement access, victim notification. dead
HB636 Siting of energy facilities; approval by the State Corporation Commission. dead
HB637 Substantial Risk Order Training Program; Department of Criminal Justice Services to establish. passed committee
HB638 Electric utilities; energy efficiency programs, duty to implement the Energy Policy, etc.. dead
HB639 Real property tax; notice of rate and assessment changes. passed
HB640 Wrongful incarceration; compensation. passed committee
HB641 Relief; Kingrea, David Wayne, compensation for wrongful inclusion on sex offender registry. passed committee
HB642 Virginia Creative Economy Grant Program; established. dead
HB643 Campaign fundraising; prohibited during legislative sessions, enforcement of civil penalty. dead
HB644 Gas-powered leaf blowers; local prohibition or regulation, civil penalty. dead
HB645 Electric vehicles; signs for parking spaces reserved for charging vehicles. passed senate
HB646 Zoning; certified recovery residence. dead
HB647 Public education; student literacy measures. passed
HB648 Contracts assigning rights to inheritance funds; legal rate of interest. passed senate
HB649 Vital records; birth certificates, adoption, members of the military. passed
HB650 Zoning; solar photovoltaic and energy storage projects. passed senate
HB651 Cyber civilian corps; Virginia Information Technologies Agency, shall assess creation of corps. passed
HB652 Funeral arrangements; next of kin, proof of designated person to make funeral arrangements. passed senate
HB653 Adoption of initial discretionary sentencing guideline midpoints; violent felony offenses. passed committee
HB654 Virginia Parent Data Portal; Board of Education to create and maintain. dead
HB655 Local fiscal distress; determination by Auditor of Public Accounts, state intervention. passed committee
HB656 Regulated land-disturbing activities; submission and approval of erosion and sediment control plan. passed
HB657 Pedestrian control signals; applicability to persons riding bicycles and other devices. in committee
HB658 Elections; allows for any local or constitutional office to be conducted by ranked choice voting. dead
HB659 Open school enrollment policies; guidance on best practices. dead
HB660 Income tax, corporate; distribution of revenues to state parks. dead
HB661 Design-build engineer; contractors not required to hire on staff in order to submit proposal. dead
HB662 Towing; registration for tow truck drivers and obtaining Driver Authorization Document, penalty. dead
HB663 School Divisions of Innovation; regulatory exemptions, clock hours of instruction. incorporated
HB664 Abortion; born alive infant, treatment and care, penalty. dead
HB665 Immunizations; authority of the Commissioner of Health, religious tenets or practices, exception. dead
HB666 State agencies; electronic information breach. dead
HB667 Virginia Education Success Account Program; established, report. dead
HB668 Elections, local; locality may by ordinance shift the timing of the election. dead
HB669 Standards of Learning; instruction on dangers and victims of communism. dead
HB670 Sage's Law; minor students experiencing gender incongruence, parental notification. dead
HB671 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; definition of public body, revenue from public funds. dead
HB672 Assistant attorneys for the Commonwealth; Compensation Board to provide for every county and city. dead
HB673 Resilient VA Revolving Fund; distributing loans or grants for projects. passed
HB674 Fentanyl; selling, giving, or distributing a substance that contains two mgms. or more, etc. dead
HB675 VA School for the Deaf & the Blind, Board of Visitors of the; authority to establish campus police. passed committee
HB676 School resource officers; establishment of minimum employment qualifications prohibited. dead
HB677 Public Instruction, Superintendent of; employment of certified school library specialists. passed committee
HB678 Trusts; release or ratification of trustee by beneficiary, response of beneficiary in writing. passed senate
HB679 Magistrates; certain minimum standards for security and accessibility in quarters. passed senate
HB680 Human Resource Management, Department of; recruitment policy, direct work experience. dead
HB681 Home-produced or small farm-produced food products; sale of products. dead
HB682 Bristol, City of; amending charter, increases voting precincts. passed senate
HB683 Zoning appeals, board of; appeal to general district court. dead
HB684 Issuing citations; certain traffic offenses. dead
HB685 Fentanyl; selling, giving, or distributing, penalties. dead
HB686 School meals; availability at no cost to students. dead
HB687 Virginia Retirement System; additional service credit for certain teachers and school bus drivers. dead
HB688 Alcoholic beverage control; sale and delivery of mixed beverages & pre-mixed wine off-premises. passed
HB689 SUDP; Office of Chief Medical Examiner to publish information on its website. dead
HB690 Higher educational institutions; campus safety, governing board of certain educational institutions. passed committee
HB691 Transcranial magnetic stimulation treatment; DVS to establish pilot program, report. dead
HB692 Financial institutions; reporting financial exploitation of elderly or vulnerable adults. passed senate
HB693 State Air Pollution Control Board; motor vehicle emissions standards. dead
HB694 Absentee voting; counting ballots prior to the close of polls. dead
HB695 Short-term rentals; Department of Taxation to establish a registry, civil penalty. dead
HB696 Recovery high schools; establishment, authorization in certain Superintendents' regions. passed committee
HB697 Synthetic media; use in furtherance of crimes involving fraud, etc., report. dead
HB698 Cannabis control; establishes a framework for creation of a retail marijuana market, penalties. passed senate
HB699 Treatment with opioids; Board of Medicine, et al., to amend their regulations. passed senate
HB700 Certain individuals in foster care, etc.; parameters of higher education grants. passed committee
HB701 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; routine maintenance, notice to tenant. passed
HB702 Public school funds; state share for basic aid, basic aid and supplemental basic aid payment limit. dead
HB703 Transit and school bus shelters; regulations and requirements for concrete pad construction. dead
HB704 Localities; liability for owning or operating vehicle. dead
HB705 Personal property tax; removes sunset date. dead
HB706 Public secondary schools; Internet safety education required, report. dead
HB707 Consumer Data Protection Act; protections for children. passed committee
HB708 National Teacher Certification Incentive Reward Program & Fund; eligibility, incentive grant awards. dead
HB709 Deer, elk, or bear; damaging fruit trees, crops, etc. dead
HB710 Local officials; travel expenses to be paid from public funds that are anticipated to exceed $2,500. dead
HB711 Commonwealth of Virginia Higher Education Institutions Bond Act of 2024; created. passed senate
HB712 Six-year financial plan; modifies requirements for plans submitted by Governor to General Assembly. passed senate
HB713 Higher educational institutions; campus safety and emergency preparedness training. passed senate
HB714 Electric utilities; pilot program for underground transmission lines, additional project. in committee
HB715 Capital outlay plan; repeals existing six-year capital outlay for projects to be funded. passed senate
HB716 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; disparity study. incorporated
HB717 Judges; maximum number in each judicial district. incorporated
HB718 Law-enforcement officers, full-time or part-time; protected personal information. dead
HB719 Public high schools; SOL curriculum guidelines for research-based hazing prevention instruction. passed senate
HB720 Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Virginia Board for; dust sampling technicians, renovators, etc. dead
HB721 Local anti-rent gouging authority; civil penalty. dead
HB722 Regulatory Budget Program; established, report. dead
HB723 Property Owners' Association Act; meeting of board of directors. passed senate
HB724 Personal property; taxation rates, restrictions and conditions. dead
HB725 Local government; powers, conveyance of real property, public hearing requirement. dead
HB726 Correctional and juvenile correctional facilities; use of canines, prohibited acts. dead
HB727 Administrative Process Act; emergency regulations for economic development projects. dead
HB728 Surplus technological equipment; DGS to establish procedures for disposition of materials. passed
HB729 PACE programs; long-term services and support screening. passed
HB730 Campaign finance; independent expenditure reports, electronic filing required. passed senate
HB731 Teachers; renewable licenses, requirements, assessments. passed committee
HB732 Public elementary and secondary schools; policies and requirements relating to opioid antagonists. passed committee
HB733 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; units occupied by elderly tenants. dead
HB734 Delivery network companies; portable benefit accounts. dead
HB735 Eminent domain; offer to sell to former owner. dead
HB736 Veterans' Services Protection Act; created, prohibited practices, penalty. passed committee
HB737 Paid family and medical leave insurance program; notice requirements, civil action. dead
HB738 Space Force; extension of certain benefits and privileges for persons serving in Armed Forces. passed
HB739 Early childhood care and education; exemption from licensure for certain child day programs. passed
HB740 Unlawful detainer; bifurcation of case. passed committee
HB741 Nuclear energy electric generation facilities; permitting. dead
HB742 Elections, State Board of; appointment of Commissioner of Elections. dead
HB743 Legal holidays; replaces Columbus Day, the second Monday in October with Indigenous Peoples' Day. dead
HB744 Consumer protection; automatic renewal or continuous service offers. passed senate
HB745 Mattress stewardship program; established, report, civil penalty. dead
HB746 Energy efficiency programs; definitions, incremental annual savings. passed senate
HB747 Artificial Intelligence Developer Act; established, civil penalty. dead
HB748 Electric Power-Assisted Bicycle Rebate Program; created. dead
HB749 Sexual extortion; penalty. dead
HB750 Candidates for office; collection of signatures by electronic means. dead
HB751 Line of Duty Act; benefits for campus and private police officers. dead
HB752 Threats of death or bodily injury to persons on school property; penalty. dead
HB753 Smoking; Class 3 misdemeanor for any person who smokes in presence of a minor under the age of 15. dead
HB754 Service Member Sentencing Act; created. dead
HB755 Industrial and commercial areas; civil penalties for certain local property violations. in committee
HB756 Firearms or explosive materials; carrying into a building owned or leased by the Commonwealth. dead
HB757 Education, Board of; model policies on parental review of instructional material, local adoption. dead
HB758 Virginia Public Procurement Act; prohibition on boycotting Israel. dead
HB759 Food inspections; pickles and acidified vegetables, gross sales. passed senate
HB760 Health insurance; cost-sharing payments for insulin and diabetes equipment and supplies. dead
HB761 Public school funding; certain calculations, support services positions. incorporated
HB762 Organ donation leave tax credit; establishes a nonrefundable credit for taxable years 2024-2028. dead
HB763 Hospital regulations; use of smoke evacuation systems during surgical procedures. passed senate
HB764 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; early termination of rental agreement. passed senate
HB765 Parental rights; termination for alleged sexual abuse, petition filed by other parent. dead
HB766 Custody and visitation arrangements; best interests of the child, family history of abuse. dead
HB767 Public elementary and secondary schools; compulsory attendance policies and procedures. dead
HB768 Child victims and witnesses; using two-way closed-circuit television, expands age range. dead
HB769 Multi-jurisdiction grand jury; elder abuse crimes. passed senate
HB770 Retaliatory action against employee prohibited; remedies available. passed senate
HB771 Content manufacturing tax credit; removes sunset for the motion picture credit, redesignates credit. dead
HB772 Minors; parental admission for inpatient treatment. passed senate
HB773 Marijuana; modifies criminal penalties. dead
HB774 Alcohol safety action program; local administrative fee. dead
HB775 License plate reader systems; use by law-enforcement agencies, civil penalty. dead
HB776 Law-enforcement officers; minimum qualifications, citizenship, waiver. passed committee
HB777 Students, certain; enrollment and provision of free public education. passed senate
HB778 Quitclaim and release property rights; DCR to release certain property rights in Albemarle County. passed committee
HB779 Permissible venue; personal injury and wrongful death actions, appointment of administrator. passed
HB780 Collective bargaining by public employees; public transportation providers. incorporated
HB781 Maternal Health Data and Quality Measures, Task Force on; State Health Commissioner to reestablish. passed senate
HB782 Virginia Human Rights Act; dual-filed civil actions. passed senate
HB783 Adoption; parental placement and agency adoption. passed senate
HB784 Child and spousal support; entry or modification of orders, determination of support overages. passed
HB785 Energy storage systems; clarifies the tax treatment of systems. dead
HB786 Guardianship and conservatorship; restoration or modification or termination of order. passed senate
HB787 Administrative Process Act; appeals of case decisions regarding benefits sought. dead
HB788 Militia state active duty; cyber-related support. dead
HB789 Hunting and fishing license; special lifetime license for military veterans. dead
HB790 Tobacco products retailers; purchase, possession, and sale of retail tobacco products. passed senate
HB791 Pneumatic guns; Class 6 felony to possess. dead
HB792 Electric utilities; regulation of rates, prohibited recovery. dead
HB793 Speed limits; expands authority of any locality to reduce limit to less than 25 miles per hour. incorporated
HB794 Statutory agents; service of process. passed committee
HB795 DCR; conveying certain property to Newport Estates Homeowners' Association, Inc. dead
HB796 Absentee voting; electronic ballot return. dead
HB797 Concealed handguns; demonstrated competence for a permit, firearms instructors and safety programs. passed committee
HB798 Firearms; purchase, possession, etc., following an assault and battery or stalking violation. passed committee
HB799 Concealed handgun permit applications; fingerprints required by local governments. passed committee
HB800 Public service companies; pole attachments to accommodate cable TV systems & telecommunications. passed committee
HB801 Electronic communication systems within state correctional facilities; telephone calls. passed senate
HB802 Virginia Museum of Transportation; established. dead
HB803 Juveniles; expungement of court records. passed committee
HB804 Dangerous dog; extending the time for adjudication. passed senate
HB805 Sales and use tax, local; additional tax authorized in counties & cities to support schools. passed senate
HB806 Employee designation and payment policies; nursing staff at state psychiatric hospitals. passed committee
HB807 Behavioral Health Commission; changes composition of membership. in committee
HB808 State psychiatric hospitals; temporary detention orders, delayed admission to determine med. needs. dead
HB809 Electric utilities; federal funding resources. dead
HB810 Nonfamily adoption; creates a nonrefundable tax credit for taxable years 2024 through 2028. dead
HB811 Toll relief; maximum charges. dead
HB812 License plates, special; repeals references to Sons of Confederate Veterans and Robert E. Lee. passed senate
HB813 Parental access to minor's medical records; consent by certain minors to treatment. dead
HB814 Virginia Tourism Authority; powers, historically accurate advertising. passed committee
HB815 Medical cannabis program; product expiration, confidentiality, penalty. passed senate
HB816 FOIA; meetings held through electronic communication during declared states of emergency. passed senate
HB817 VA Residential Landlord and Tenant Act and Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; retaliatory conduct. passed senate
HB818 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; amends definition of meeting, provisions of Act. passed committee
HB819 Health insurance; coverage for contraceptive drugs and devices. passed senate
HB820 Sickle cell disease; annual review of medication and treatment, report. passed senate
HB821 Consumer Data Protection Act; protections for children. dead
HB822 Emergency custody; transportation for transfer of custody. dead
HB823 Temporary detention order; alternative transportation. passed senate
HB824 Indigent defendant; rate of fees for legal representation. passed senate
HB825 At-Risk Program; established, public school funding. passed committee
HB826 Action of forfeiture; exemptions, court-imposed fine. dead
HB827 On-campus food insecurity; SCHEV to survey institutions to determine how they are addressing issue. passed committee
HB828 Public schools; staffing ratios of teachers for English language learner students. incorporated
HB829 Emergency custody and voluntary and involuntary civil admissions hearings; special justice fees. dead
HB830 Farm to school programs Task Force; guidance and resources. passed committee
HB831 Maternal Mortality Review Team, et al.; expanding composition and scope of work. passed committee
HB832 Arts, Virginia Commission for the; reduces membership. passed senate
HB833 Child abuse and neglect; custody and visitation, possession or consumption of authorized substances. passed
HB834 Petition for modification of sentence; eligibility, procedures. dead
HB835 Juvenile and domestic relations district courts; appointment of counsel or guardian ad litem. dead
HB836 Uniform Statutory Rule Against Perpetuities; trusts, certain nonvested property interests. passed
HB837 Juvenile and domestic relations district court; recording of proceedings. dead
HB838 Police and court records; expungement, definition of 'otherwise dismissed.' passed committee
HB839 American Revolution 250 Commission; amends membership and staffing. passed senate
HB840 License plates, special; issuance of plates marking 250th anniversary of the American Revolution. passed senate
HB841 Elections; allows for any local or constitutional office to be conducted by ranked choice voting. dead
HB842 School boards; expands availability of allowable alternatives for pupil transportation. dead
HB843 Pari-mutuel wagering; historical horse racing, percentage retained for distribution. passed
HB844 Commercial driver's licenses & learner's permits; definitions, training, drug & alcohol violations. passed
HB845 Abandoned vehicles; owner and lienholder information. passed
HB846 Charitable bail organizations; certification and regulation by DCJS. dead
HB847 Appointment of counsel for accused; felonies punishable by a mandatory minimum term of confinement. dead
HB848 Veterinary medicine; traineeships. passed committee
HB849 Limitation on sentence upon revocation of suspension of sentence; technical violations. dead
HB850 Motor vehicles; operation upon highways after conviction, petition procedures. dead
HB851 Discovery; electronic means. dead
HB852 Local government ordinances related to fire departments; billing on behalf of volunteer fire depts. passed committee
HB853 Students; Department of Education to establish uniform system of discipline for disruptive behavior. dead
HB854 Gasoline and diesel fuel; lowers rate of tax. dead
HB855 Home Energy Assistance Program; Bd. of Social Svcs. to allow applications to be submitted all year. in committee
HB856 Public utilities; rate increases during certain months prohibited. dead
HB857 Fines and costs; changes period of limitations for collection. passed senate
HB858 Health care; decision-making, end of life, penalties. dead
HB859 Human trafficking investigators; licensing by the Department of Criminal Justice Services. dead
HB860 Removal of boundary or survey stake; penalty. dead
HB861 Weapons; carrying into hospital that provides mental health services. passed committee
HB862 Electric utilities; integrated resource plans, grid-enhancing technologies and advanced conductors. passed senate
HB863 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; flood-related disclosures. dead
HB864 Health insurance; coverage for therapeutic day treatment services. dead
HB865 Income tax, state; establishes a new tax bracket beginning on and after January 1, 2024. dead
HB866 Minimum wage; farm laborers or farm employees, temporary foreign workers. incorporated
HB867 Local government employees; expression of certain opinions protected. dead
HB868 Computer trespass; class 6 felony if committed against any elementary and secondary schools. dead
HB869 Unlawful picketing or parading to obstruct or influence justice; penalty. dead
HB870 Sewage sludge regulations; relief from administrative requirements, adverse and unusual weather. passed
HB871 Campgrounds; inherent risks, liability. dead
HB872 Firearms and ammunition; property rights in parking areas owned or controlled by the Commonwealth. dead
HB873 Virginia FOIA; creates closed meeting exemption where related to home instruction of children. dead
HB874 Campaign finance; campaign contribution limits, civil penalty. dead
HB875 Tangible personal property; automobile assessment. dead
HB876 Resale Disclosure Act; delivery of resale certificate, remedies. passed
HB877 Virginia Social Media Regulation Act; established, penalties. dead
HB878 Affordable housing; purchase of development rights. dead
HB879 Land's End Wildlife Mgmt. Area; DWR to grant & convey an ingress-egress easement & right-of-way. passed senate
HB880 Common interest communities; foreclosure remedy. passed
HB881 Hunger-Free Campus Grant Program; established, report. dead
HB882 Students; Department of Education's model policy on cell phone use during instructional time. dead
HB883 Vehicle exhaust systems; operation in certain locations. dead
HB884 Vehicle exhaust systems; inspection and administrative fee. dead
HB885 Community services boards; core of services. dead
HB886 Certified nursing facilities; administrative sanctions, facilities subject to minimum standards. dead
HB887 Income tax, state; creates a new tax bracket. dead
HB888 Civil commitments & temporary detention orders; def. of mental illness neurocognitive disorders. passed senate
HB889 Retail Sales and Use tax; levies tax on following services: admissions, charges for recreation, etc. dead
HB890 Best interests of the child; assuring frequent and continuing contact with both parents. dead
HB891 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; extends membership to conservation officers. dead
HB892 Farmland Preservation, Office of; transfers Office to Dept. of Forestry. passed committee
HB893 Attorneys appointed to represent parents or guardians; qualifications and performance. passed committee
HB894 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; electronic meetings. passed
HB895 Protective orders; venue. passed senate
HB896 Deferred or installment payment agreements; certain benefits, maximum amounts to be paid. passed senate
HB897 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; guidance to small businesses. dead
HB898 Forensic Science, Department of; laboratory procedures, requirements regarding DNA profiles. passed committee
HB899 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government, etc.; deadline for public disclosure. dead
HB900 Zoning; developmental and use of accessory dwelling units. dead
HB901 Interlocutory ruling, order, or action; motion to reconsider. passed
HB902 Health insurance; coverage for contraceptive drugs and devices. dead
HB903 Health insurance; cost-sharing requirements for the treatment of cancer. dead
HB904 Voter registration; list maintenance activities, cancellation procedures, required record matches. passed committee
HB905 Photo speed monitoring devices; location. incorporated
HB906 Public utilities; municipal utilities, disconnection of service, consumer protections. passed committee
HB907 Voting equipment and systems; State Board approval process, printed receipt for cast ballot. dead
HB908 Individuals with developmental disabilities; financial eligibility. passed committee
HB909 1915(c) Home and Community Based Services Medicaid Waivers; state plan amdmts., prog. modifications. passed senate
HB910 Data centers; energy usage. dead
HB911 Va. Conflict of Interest & Ethics Advisory Council; annual audit of certain disclosure forms dead
HB912 Correctional facilities, local; stores and telephone systems, fees. passed senate
HB913 Parole Board; voting requirements. in committee
HB914 Local historic district; locality that establishes district may provide tax incentive. passed senate
HB915 Highway Corporation Act of 1988; quartlerly reports. dead
HB916 Substantial Risk Order Reporting System; established. passed committee
HB917 Real estate broker; definition. passed senate
HB918 Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; termination without cause. dead
HB919 School boards; model memorandum of understanding, partnerships with certain mental health services. passed senate
HB920 License plate readers; penalties. dead
HB921 Health insurance; cost sharing for breast examinations. incorporated
HB922 Common interest communities; associations may ban use of pesticides in or upon any common area. dead
HB923 Dulles Toll Road & Dulles Greenway; Depart. of Transportation to review tolls, fines, and penalties. dead
HB924 Transportation network companies; publishing & disclosure requirements. passed senate
HB925 Towing; vehicles with expired registration, civil penalty. passed senate
HB926 Unlawful dissemination or sale of images of another; increases penalty. passed committee
HB927 Substantial risk orders; recommendations for issuance. dead
HB928 Interference with commercial fishing vessels or activity; penalty. passed senate
HB929 Public high school students; civics benchmark assessment. dead
HB930 Zoning ordinances; adequate public facilities. dead
HB931 Public high school students; economics education and financial literacy, benchmark assessment. dead
HB932 Absentee voting; limits availability of absentee voting in person. dead
HB933 Alzheimer's disease and dementia; training for dispatchers, firefighters, etc. passed senate
HB934 Small claims court; representation of certain entities. passed
HB935 Health insurance; coverage for doula care services. passed senate
HB936 Public school buildings; indoor air quality standards. dead
HB937 Innovative alternative school transportation; school boards to implement low/no-cost alternatives. passed committee
HB938 Unemployment insurance; benefit eligibility conditions, lockout exception, etc. passed senate
HB939 Elections administration; prohibits possession of firearm within 100 feet of certain locations. passed committee
HB940 Elections administration; change to location of polling place, additional notice requirement. passed senate
HB941 Absentee voting in person; voter satellite offices, etc. dead
HB942 Polling places and voter satellite offices; locations, restrictions, requirements, & considerations. in committee
HB943 Voter registration; protected voter status, elections officials. passed senate
HB944 Forest Sustainability Fund; fund allocation. passed senate
HB945 Firearm safety device; expands definition of device. incorporated
HB946 Health insurance; limit on cost-sharing payments for prescription drugs under certain plans. dead
HB947 Local government; regulation by ordinance for locations of tobacco products, etc. passed senate
HB948 VA Community Flood Preparedness Fund; Advisory Review Committee to assist in distribution of loans. incorporated
HB949 Hazardous Substance Facility Response Plans; reporting of substance discharge, etc. passed committee
HB950 Uniform Statewide Building Code; temporarily prohibit modifications to Code. passed committee
HB951 Local government; authority, service employees, transition period. dead
HB952 C-PACE loans; removes an exclusion for residential dwellings and condominiums. dead
HB953 Local Environmental Impact Fund; localities to create a permanent and perpetual fund. passed senate
HB954 VA Human Rights Act; prohibits discrimination on the basis of citizenship or immigration status. dead
HB955 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; summary of rental agreement provisions. passed committee
HB956 Misdemeanor; maximum term of confinement. dead
HB957 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; tenant's remedies, condemnation of dwelling unit. passed committee
HB958 School boards; inclusion of enrolled students in work of boards. passed committee
HB959 Towing violations; enforcement. passed committee
HB960 Historic rehabilitation; maximum amount of tax credit. passed senate
HB961 Income tax, state; Virginia local journalism sustainability credits. dead
HB962 Noncitizens of the United States; removes term aliens throughout Code. passed committee
HB963 DOE; school board policy on excess food donation. dead
HB964 Medicine, Board of; attorneys allowed to serve as executive director for the Board. passed senate
HB965 Virginia Public Procurement Act; consideration of best value concepts for construction services. incorporated
HB966 Chief Resilience Officer of the Commonwealth; moves position under the Governor, etc. dead
HB967 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; fee disclosure statement. passed senate
HB968 Virginia Green Infrastructure Bank; created, report. dead
HB969 Child tax credit; creates a credit for taxable years 2024 through 2028. dead
HB970 Children; comprehensive health care coverage program. dead
HB971 Nurse practitioners; patient care team provider, autonomous practice. passed committee
HB972 Defendant; prohibiting inquiry into immigration status, notification of consequences. passed committee
HB973 Tangible personal property tax; classification, satellite equipment. dead
HB974 Workers' compensation; employee may satisfy burden of proof by circumstantial evidence. passed senate
HB975 Electric utilities; notice required for customer return to service. dead
HB976 Electric utilities; SCC to ensure energy policy at lowest reasonable cost. dead
HB977 Student transportation safety issues, certain; expeditious resolution of complaints. dead
HB978 Advanced practice registered nurses and licensed certified midwives; joint licensing. dead
HB979 School boards; duties, appointment and employment of division superintendents, oversight. in subcommittee
HB980 Higher ed. institutions; students who report acts of hazing or bullying, referral for support. passed committee
HB981 Higher ed. institutions, public; tuition and financial aid, dependency override application form. dead
HB982 State plan for medical assistance services; plan to include adult hearing screenings, etc. dead
HB983 Nurse practitioners; patient care team provider, autonomous practice. dead
HB984 Early childhood care & education; expansion of Head Start prog. availability at community colleges. dead
HB985 High polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon; prohibits pavement sealants that contain, civil penalty. passed committee
HB986 Notaries; raises amount a notary may charge. passed senate
HB987 Proton radiation therapy; clinical evidence for decisions on coverage. passed committee
HB988 Correctional facilities, behavioral health services in facilities, report. dead
HB989 Elections administration; duties of Dept. of Elections, required election and voter participation. passed senate
HB990 Employer seeking wage or salary history of prospective employees; prohibited. passed senate
HB991 Gambling data; use of Cloud Technology. passed senate
HB992 Social services, local departments of; agreements with local workforce development boards. in committee
HB993 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; prohibited provisions, fees for maintenance. passed senate
HB994 Marriage; establishes legal age to be 18 years. passed committee
HB995 Medicine, Board of; temporary licensure of physicians licensed in a foreign country. passed committee
HB996 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act, etc. passed committee
HB997 Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Team; created, penalty. dead
HB998 Conduct of elections; electoral board to meet and ascertain results. passed senate
HB999 Indian River; hunting wildlife within certain areas prohibited. passed committee
HB1000 Environmental Justice Task Force; establishes, report. dead
HB1001 Collective bargaining by public employees; labor organization representation. dead
HB1002 Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, Division of; powers and duties. passed committee
HB1003 Precincts and polling places; notice of changes mailed at least 30 days prior to election. passed senate
HB1004 Real property tax; notice of summary budget. dead
HB1005 Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Virginia Board for; dust sampling technicians, renovators. passed senate
HB1006 Health insurance; freedom of choice, delivery of prescription drugs or devices. dead
HB1007 Fentanyl education and awareness informational one-sheet; Department of Education to develop. incorporated
HB1008 Higher educational institutions, public; financial value transparency information & acknowledgments. dead
HB1009 High school graduation requirements; satisfaction of certain course credits. incorporated
HB1010 Data centers; sitings near parks, schools, and residential areas. dead
HB1011 Land use proceedings; disclosure, statewide application. dead
HB1012 First Responder and Veteran Passport; established, discounted entry and parking. dead
HB1013 Uniform Electronic Estate Planning Documents Act; permits electronic nontestamentary estate documts. dead
HB1014 Public defender offices; establishes in City of Harrisonburg and County of Rockingham. passed senate
HB1015 Agricultural best management practices & agricultural equipment purchase tax credits; sunset date. passed senate
HB1016 Charitable gaming; modifies definition of 'organization.' dead
HB1017 Minors admitted to inpatient treatment; discharge plans. passed committee
HB1018 Investigators; powers, enforcement of certain tobacco laws. passed senate
HB1019 Health insurance; localities to allow local employees to participate in their group insurance pgms. in committee
HB1020 High school family life education curricula; programs on crime of sexual extortion. dead
HB1021 Community services boards, local; waiver usage flexibility. dead
HB1022 Law-enforcement officers, certain; universal certification, necessary training. passed senate
HB1023 Polling places; prohibited activities or conduct, application to locations for absentee voting. dead
HB1024 Virginia Preservice Training for Child Care Staff; Department of Education shall review course. passed committee
HB1025 Deer, bear, turkey, or elk; claiming after struck by motor vehicle. passed
HB1026 Sex offenses against children; prohibits convicted person from working on school property, penalty. dead
HB1027 Energy policy of the Commonwealth; state authority, legislative declaration. dead
HB1028 Affordable housing; assisted living facilities. passed senate
HB1029 Bath County and Augusta County School Boards; cost-savings agreements, requirements. dead
HB1030 Concealed handgun; carrying without a permit. dead
HB1031 Legislature Modernization, Commission on; established, report. dead
HB1032 Photo speed monitoring device; establishes a default process for collection of civil penalties. dead
HB1033 School boards, certain; cost of competing adjustments, eligibility. dead
HB1034 Zoning ordinance; civil penalties for violations. dead
HB1035 Places of public accommodation; possession and administration of epinephrine. passed senate
HB1036 Nicotine vapor products; localities by ordinance to impose a sales and use tax on products. dead
HB1037 Law-enforcement purposes; installation, etc., of devices in highway right-of-way. incorporated
HB1038 Use of automated and remote dispensing systems; use in certain facilities. incorporated
HB1039 Public elementary and secondary schools; possession and administration of undesignated glucagon. passed senate
HB1040 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; definition of 'caregiver,' remote participation in meetings. passed senate
HB1041 Health insurance; cost-sharing, pharmacy benefits managers' compensation and duties, civil penalty. dead
HB1042 Controlled substances; manufacturing, selling, giving, distributing misbranded drugs, etc. dead
HB1043 Virginia Firefighting Personnel and Equipment Grant Program; established, report. dead
HB1044 Higher Education for Virginia, State Council of; membership. passed
HB1045 Public Campaigns Program and Fund; established and created, tax check-off. dead
HB1046 School boards; parental notification of certain incidents, Alyssa's law-silent panic alarms. dead
HB1047 Vehicle safety inspections; extends to 24 months the period for which an inspection is valid. dead
HB1048 School-connected overdoses; policies relating to parental notification and response, requirements. dead
HB1049 Firefighters and emergency medical services personnel; recruitment and professional development. dead
HB1050 Alcoholic beverage control; confectionery mixed beverage retail license created. dead
HB1051 Public education; dual enrollment and concurrent enrollment, high school graduation. dead
HB1052 Local government; alternative and conventional onsite sewage systems. dead
HB1053 Abandoned watercraft; destruction and disposal by localities and state agencies. passed committee
HB1054 Vegetative growth on certain property; maintenance. dead
HB1055 Eastern VA Health Sciences Center at Old Dominion University, board of directors of; membership. passed committee
HB1056 Coastal resilience policy; consultation from research university collaborative. dead
HB1057 Golf carts and utility vehicles; authorized use in certain rural communities. dead
HB1058 Chesapeake Bay Public Access Authorities; singular license for waterfowl blinds. passed committee
HB1059 Hospital price transparency; private right of action, patient payment disputes, noncompliance. dead
HB1060 Long-term care insurance; rate increases, notice requirements. in committee
HB1061 Prisoners; Department of Corrections- and jailer-issued identification. incorporated
HB1062 Net energy metering; eligible customer-generators and agricultural customer-generators. passed senate
HB1063 Nursing homes; application requirements. dead
HB1064 Neurobehavioral science unit; established, waiver services for individuals w/traumatic brain injury. dead
HB1065 Community services boards; quarterly stakeholder meetings. dead
HB1066 History of Uprooting of Black Communities by Public Inst. of Higher Ed., Com. to Study; establish. dead
HB1067 Pharmacy technicians; expansion of allowable duties. passed senate
HB1068 Pharmacy outsourcing and pharmacy technician remote database access; regulations. passed committee
HB1069 Liquid nicotine and nicotine vapor products; certification and directory, penalties. passed senate
HB1070 Southwest Regional Recreation Authority; powers. dead
HB1071 Speed limits; expands authority of any locality to reduce limit to less than 25 miles per hour. passed senate
HB1072 School crossing zones; expands definition of zones to include areas surrounding schools, etc. dead
HB1073 Tow truck drivers; prohibited acts. passed senate
HB1074 Renewable energy portfolio standard; eligibility of hydrogen and nuclear resources. dead
HB1075 Dolly Parton's Imagination Library of Virginia Program; established, report, sunset date. passed committee
HB1076 Education, Board of; through-year growth assessment system, alternatives during 2024-2026. passed senate
HB1077 Bicycle, electric personal assistive mobility device, etc.; exception to stopping requirement. in committee
HB1078 Family caregiver; creates a nonrefundable income tax credit for taxable years 2024 through 2028. dead
HB1079 Early College Model Program; established. dead
HB1080 License suspensions; driving during a period of suspension or revocation, extension. passed
HB1081 Public schools; changes to student instructional time in public elementary & secondary schools. incorporated
HB1082 Judgments, certain; debtor may petition court for restricted license. passed committee
HB1083 VA Education & Workforce Longitudinal Data System; administration by Office of Education Economics. passed senate
HB1084 Disabled parking placards; extends validity, eliminates fees. passed committee
HB1085 PFAS Expert Advisory Committee; established, monitoring sources. passed senate
HB1086 Admission of evidence; evidentiary hearing, excluded persons. dead
HB1087 College and Career Ready Virginia Program and Fund; established, report. passed senate
HB1088 Climate change and environmental literacy; instructional materials, model policies. passed committee
HB1089 Special education and related services; definitions, utilization of Virginia IEP. passed committee
HB1090 Tobacco products, etc.; prohibiting purchase or possession by persons under 21 years of age. dead
HB1091 Public elementary schools; incorporation of career & technical education into curricula. dead
HB1092 Uniform Statewide Building Code; amending Code, local building officials. dead
HB1093 Unfunded mandates; delay of implementation. dead
HB1094 Student online activity; data collection, monitoring and restrictions. dead
HB1095 Commonwealth information security; requirements of state public bodies. dead
HB1096 Housing opportunity; increases tax credit. dead
HB1097 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses, penalty. dead
HB1098 Unpaid family bereavement leave; civil penalty. passed committee
HB1099 Heated tobacco; definitions, tax levied. passed senate
HB1100 Trees; Planning District 8 (Northern Virginia), conservation during land development process. passed senate
HB1101 Virginia Public Procurement Act; adds to definition of professional services. passed committee
HB1102 Marijuana; presumption, driving or operating a motor vehicle, etc., while intoxicated, penalty. dead
HB1103 VA Employment Commission; provision of certain confidential information to VA Port Authority. in committee
HB1104 Wrongful death; death of parent/guardian of child resulting from driving motor veh. under influence. dead
HB1105 Zoning for Housing Production Pilot Program; created, affordable dwelling unit policy incentives. passed committee
HB1106 Motor vehicle dealers; exam for independent dealer-operator recertification. passed
HB1107 Motor Vehicle Dealer Board; authorizes Bd. to establish cost of an examination of licensee records. passed
HB1108 Virginia Public Procurement Act; construction management and design-build contracting. passed committee
HB1109 Toll invoices; mail. passed
HB1110 Toll facilities; requirements related to handling toll invoices on rented or leased vehicles. passed senate
HB1111 Highway use fee; DMV to convene work group to determine tiered flat rate system. dead
HB1112 Auto recyclers; database search. passed committee
HB1113 Virginia Public Procurement Act; job order contracting, limitations. passed
HB1114 Failure to appear; contempt of court, penalties. passed senate
HB1115 Consumer Data Protection Act; social media platforms. dead
HB1116 Virginia Public Procurement Act; methods of procurement, certain construction projects. passed committee
HB1117 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage performing arts facility license. dead
HB1118 Alcoholic beverage control; annual mixed beverage performing arts facility licenses. dead
HB1119 Local government powers; regulation of tobacco, nicotine, and hemp product retail sale locations. dead
HB1120 K-12 schools and higher educational institutions; student participation in women's sports, etc. dead
HB1121 Online educational courses; DOC to establish, etc., an educational program for prisoners. dead
HB1122 Affordable housing; City of Richmond has authority to provide. dead
HB1123 Judges; maximum number of authorized judgeships in each judicial district. dead
HB1124 Faith in Housing for the Commonwealth Act; construction of affordable housing. dead
HB1125 Virginia Business Ready Expedited Permitting Program; created. passed committee
HB1126 Persons other than ministers who may perform rites of marriage; current VA members of Congress. passed senate
HB1127 Pulaski, Town of; amending charter, municipal elections. passed senate
HB1128 Children's advocacy centers; definitions, investigations by local departments of social services. passed
HB1129 Grandparent; petition for visitation. dead
HB1130 Unconscious bias and cultural competency; Bd. of Medicine shall require continuing education, etc. passed senate
HB1131 Casino gaming; removes the City of Richmond as an eligible host city. passed senate
HB1132 Insurance; annual actual loss ratio report by dental carriers. passed senate
HB1133 Virginia College Savings Plan; renamed Commonwealth Savers Plan. passed senate
HB1134 Health insurance; if prior authorization request is approved for prescription drugs. passed senate
HB1135 Blue catfish; DACS, et al., to review efforts to create a market. passed senate
HB1136 Health insurance; employee welfare benefit plans, pharmacy audit protections. dead
HB1137 Income tax, state; disability income. dead
HB1138 Fort Monroe Authority; powers and duties. passed senate
HB1139 Fort Monroe Authority; land and utility ownership. passed senate
HB1140 Medicaid eligibility; asset limits. dead
HB1141 Nonresident concealed handgun permits; time limit for issuance. dead
HB1142 Health insurance; coverage for physical therapy, outpatient visit limit. dead
HB1143 Child pornography; renaming as child sexual abuse material in the Code. dead
HB1144 Children alleged to be abused or neglected; preliminary removal hearing. dead
HB1145 Arrest, summons, etc.; formal and informal quotas, prohibition, civil penalty. dead
HB1146 Address Confidentiality Program; expands to victims of child abduction. passed committee
HB1147 General Assembly; threats to members, obstruction of justice, penalties. dead
HB1148 School boards; employment of counsel. passed committee
HB1149 Local officers; removal of elected and certain appointed officers by circuit court. dead
HB1150 Live or recorded threats over public airways or by other means; penalty. dead
HB1151 Dandy Point Landing; Marine Resources Commission to use photo monitoring system at facility. dead
HB1152 Teachers; compensation at or above national average, various annual salary adjustments. dead
HB1153 Benefits consortium; governing bodies of three or more cities, counties, or school boards to form. passed committee
HB1154 Virginia Public Procurement Act; preferences for goods, services, or construction by U.S. entities. incorporated
HB1155 Electric vehicle battery suppliers; certification, penalty. dead
HB1156 Real property tax; amends definition of permanently and totally disabled. dead
HB1157 Federally recognized Tribal Nations in the Commonwealth; agencies to consult on permits and reviews. passed committee
HB1158 Administrative Process Act; requirement of executive branch agencies. dead
HB1159 Income tax, state; distribution of revenues to localities, funds for local school construction. dead
HB1160 Independent contractors; establishes portable benefit accounts and nonrefundable tax credit. dead
HB1161 Consumer Data Protection Act; social media, parental consent. dead
HB1162 Law-enforcement agencies; security camera monitoring. dead
HB1163 Driver's license; license reviewed/revoked for medical reasons. passed
HB1164 Education Excellence for All Program; established, report. dead
HB1165 Persons with disabilities; adds definitions related to rights. passed committee
HB1166 Central fill pharmacies; establishes requirements. dead
HB1167 English ivy; local prohibition on sale, civil penalty. passed senate
HB1168 Children's Ombudsman, Office of the; powers. dead
HB1169 Virginia Critical Operation for a Disappeared Child Initiative (CODI) Alert Program; created. dead
HB1170 Elections; conduct of election, provisional voting procedures, type of identification to be noted. dead
HB1171 Absentee voting; processing absentee ballots returned before election day, processing upon receipt. passed committee
HB1172 Absentee voting; voter satellite offices, minimum number required. incorporated
HB1173 Northern Virginia Transportation Commission; membership. incorporated
HB1174 Assault firearms; age requirement for purchase, penalty. passed committee
HB1175 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; membership. incorporated
HB1176 Elections; voter identification containing photograph required, availability of absentee voting. dead
HB1177 Voter registration; list maintenance, data sharing. passed senate
HB1178 Commonwealth of Virginia Innovation Partnership Authority; amends membership of board of directors. passed senate
HB1179 Enhanced earned sentence credits; eligibility of person convicted of firearm-related offense. dead
HB1180 Home instruction and private education; creates a tax credit for taxable years 2024 through 2028. dead
HB1181 Virginia Gun Violence Intervention and Prevention Grant Program and Fund; established. incorporated
HB1182 Professional wetland delineator; certification requirements. passed committee
HB1183 Land preservation tax credit; maximum amount increase. dead
HB1184 Abortion; based on the sex or ethnicity of unborn child prohibited, penalties. dead
HB1185 Prescription Monitoring Program; overdose information. passed committee
HB1186 All-terrain power wheelchairs in state parks; DCR shall establish two-year pilot program. passed committee
HB1187 Xylazine; penalty for manufacturing, selling, etc., for human consumption. passed committee
HB1188 Certificate of public need program; phased elimination. dead
HB1189 Elections; ascertainment of results, random hand count audits. dead
HB1190 Contractors, Board for; offering exams, language counterparts. passed senate
HB1191 Virginia Public Procurement Act; construction management and design-build contracting. dead
HB1192 State debt collection; establishes statute of limitations. dead
HB1193 Human Resource Management, Department of; recruitment policy, direct work experience. dead
HB1194 Therapeutically equivalent drug products; provisions for return of outdated drugs. dead
HB1195 Firearms; waiting period for purchases, penalty. passed committee
HB1196 Virginia Waterway Maintenance Grant Program; grant funding. dead
HB1197 Planning districts; King George County. dead
HB1198 Resident concealed handgun permits; elimination of fees. dead
HB1199 Technology and Science, Joint Commission on; authority to appoint, employ, and remove staff. passed senate
HB1200 Absentee voting in person; available beginning on the fourteenth day prior to election. dead
HB1201 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; budget, operating assistance. dead
HB1202 Killing the fetus of another; guilty of manslaughter, penalties. dead
HB1203 Landlords, participating; increases tax credit that may be issued. passed senate
HB1204 Mobile food units; VDH to amend regulations and guidance documents. dead
HB1205 Public deposits; credit unions. dead
HB1206 Obscene materials; modifies restrictions on purchase, distribution, exhibition, or loan. dead
HB1207 Va. Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; affordable housing, criminal record screening model policy. passed senate
HB1208 Portsmouth, City of; amending charter, aligning dates for nomination of candidates. passed senate
HB1209 Common interest communities; reserve studies, special assessment rescission or reduction. passed senate
HB1210 Health Insurance Reform Commission; assessment of certain legislation, report. in committee
HB1211 Tax assessment districts; establishes, petition by parcel owners. passed senate
HB1212 Standards of Learning assessments; virtual assessment administration. dead
HB1213 License plates, special; decreases prepaid applications related to military service. dead
HB1214 Civil causes of action; social media platforms, complying with certain requests for information. dead
HB1215 Asbestos and lead project permit; usage of licensing fees. passed committee
HB1216 Employee Child Care Assistance Pilot Program; established, report. in committee
HB1217 Cell phone records; investigation of missing persons. passed committee
HB1218 Public schools; guidelines and policies regarding school-connected overdoses, parental notification. dead
HB1219 School boards; employment of school resource officers. dead
HB1220 State Corporation Commission; insurance coverage regulations. passed committee
HB1221 Health education; menstrual education instruction permitted. passed committee
HB1222 Assistance for certain voters outside of the polling place; expands definition of disability. incorporated
HB1223 Land preservation tax credit; maximum amount increase. dead
HB1224 Special identification cards; reduces fee for issuance, etc. passed committee
HB1225 County manager plan of government; broadens powers available to counties. dead
HB1226 Workers' compensation benefits; post-traumatic stress disorder incurred by firefighters, etc. dead
HB1227 Recycling Infrastructure Improvement Fund; established, report. dead
HB1228 Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission; court records, online access to case management systems. dead
HB1229 Elementary & secondary schools & higher educational institutions; student participation in sports. dead
HB1230 School board employees, certain; possession of firearms on school property. dead
HB1231 JROTC; DOE to notify school boards of any federal legal obligation to participate in program. passed committee
HB1232 Perinatal services for parents; DOH to obtain all available federal funding for services. dead
HB1233 Unpaved secondary highway funds; improvements, enhanced maintenances, report. dead
HB1234 Eligible educators; increases tax deduction, creates home school instruction income tax credit. dead
HB1235 Concealed handguns; protective orders. dead
HB1236 Local government actions related to comprehensive plans, etc.; approval process. dead
HB1237 Real estate brokers; definitions, prohibits certain locations from being used as places of business. passed senate
HB1238 Local electoral boards; certification and abstract of results, extends deadline. incorporated
HB1239 Unaccompanied homeless youth; consent to surgical or medical care. dead
HB1240 Sale of nicotine vapor product, alternative nicotine product, etc.; increases civil penalties. dead
HB1241 Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; partial termination of certain time-shares. passed senate
HB1242 Emergency custody and temporary detention orders; evaluations, presence of others. passed senate
HB1243 Unfair Real Estate Service Agreement Act; created, consumer protections. passed senate
HB1244 Restorative housing and isolated confinement; restrictions on use. passed committee
HB1245 Volunteer firefighters; studying recruitment and development. dead
HB1246 Law-enforcement training; communication with individuals with autism spectrum disorder. passed committee
HB1247 Public school funding; ratios of instructional positions to English language learner students. passed committee
HB1248 Debtor interrogatories; fieri facias, against whom a summons shall be issued. passed committee
HB1249 Nonresident plaintiff; security costs upon suit. passed senate
HB1250 Action establishing boundaries to land; attorney fees. dead
HB1251 VA Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; material noncompliance by landlord, court escrow account. passed senate
HB1252 Limitation on sentence upon revocation of suspension of sentence; technical violations. passed senate
HB1253 Affordable dwelling unit ordinances; accessible units for persons with a physical disability. dead
HB1254 Bridges; state of good repair, allocation of funds. passed committee
HB1255 Higher educational institutions, public; diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. dead
HB1256 Larceny and embezzlement offenses; prosecution in any county or city where the victim resides. passed senate
HB1257 Insurance; optional coverage for the diminished value of personal property. in committee
HB1258 Employee protections; discipline for political activity or affiliations prohibited. dead
HB1259 Emergency medical services personnel; career fatigue and wellness program, report. dead
HB1260 Public elementary and secondary school students; parents' bill of rights established. dead
HB1261 Unemployment compensation; continuation of benefits, repayment of overpayments. passed senate
HB1262 Local sales tax entitlement; blighted retail district. dead
HB1263 Abolition of juvenile fines and fees; criminal offenses. dead
HB1264 Traffic infractions; discretionary juvenile fines, costs, and fees. passed senate
HB1265 Consumer reporting agencies; prohibited from making reports concerning medical debt. dead
HB1266 Bicycles and certain other vehicles; regulations when riding in traffic. in committee
HB1267 Governor's Major Entertainment Opportunity Fund; renames Governor's Motion Picture Opportunity Fund. dead
HB1268 Community corrections alternative program; evaluation and diagnosis to determine eligibility. passed committee
HB1269 Barrier crimes; adult substance abuse and mental health services, exception. passed senate
HB1270 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; mold remediation, prohibited acts. passed committee
HB1271 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act, etc. incorporated
HB1272 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; copy of rental agreement for tenant. passed committee
HB1273 VA Public Procurement Act; additional public works contract requirements, delayed effective date. dead
HB1274 Domestic shorthair; designated as the official cat of the Commonwealth. dead
HB1275 Home instruction and private school tax; creates an individual, nonrefundable income tax credit. dead
HB1276 Sexually explicit visual material; displaying to a child unlawful, penalty. dead
HB1277 Child care; background checks. passed senate
HB1278 Auricular acupuncture; use of the five needle protocol. passed committee
HB1279 School health entrance form; Departments of Education and Health to streamline. passed committee
HB1280 Consumer protection; failure to honor service warranty. dead
HB1281 Income tax, state; decreases certain taxes, increases amount of tax credit. dead
HB1282 1915(c) Home and Community-Based Services Medicaid Waivers; state plan amendments, program rule. incorporated
HB1283 Students with individualized education programs or Section 504 Plans; emergency protocol and guide. dead
HB1284 Firefighters and emergency medical services; collective bargaining by providers, definitions. dead
HB1285 Virginia Health Workforce Development Authority; adds to powers and duties. dead
HB1286 Uniform Commercial Code; amendments to provisions. in committee
HB1287 Towing companies; provision of existing law authorizing localities in planning District 8. passed committee
HB1288 Public utilities; classification of customers. dead
HB1289 Virginia Health Workforce Development Authority; health workforce development program. dead
HB1290 Nursing faculty; Board of Nursing to amend regulations to educational requirements. dead
HB1291 Virginia Health Workforce Innovation Fund; established. dead
HB1292 Income tax, state; subtraction for professional firefighter pension. dead
HB1293 Behavioral health and nursing; revision of policies that hinder, etc., health care workforce. dead
HB1294 Psychological practitioners; establishes a licensing procedure. dead
HB1295 Drinking water; maximum contaminant levels, water treatment systems. dead
HB1296 Virginia Education Success Account Program; established, report. dead
HB1297 Recordation tax; revenues distributed to specified land protection and preservation. dead
HB1298 Mixed beverages licenses; food concessions at outdoor performing arts facilities in Floyd County. dead
HB1299 Ignition interlock systems; definition of 'alcohol-related violations.' dead
HB1300 Occupational disease; clarifies definition. dead
HB1301 Virginia Post-Disaster Anti-Price Gouging Act; clairifes definition of consumer transaction, etc. passed senate
HB1302 Election of certain governing bodies; conversion to single-member districts. dead
HB1303 General Assembly; administrative and legislative assistants. in committee
HB1304 Elections; required voting districts in certain cities. dead
HB1305 Virginia College Opportunity Endowment and Fund; created. dead
HB1306 Veterinary Medicine, Board of; powers and duties, satellite offices. dead
HB1307 Higher educational institutions, baccalaureate public; student application fees, report. dead
HB1308 Tangible personal property; removes $950 million cap on amount of tax relief reimbursed to locality. dead
HB1309 St. Emerg. Medical Services Advisory Bd.; guidelines for provision of emerg. trtmt. of police dogs. passed committee
HB1310 Zoning; enhanced civil penalties for violations involving nonpermitted commercial uses. dead
HB1311 Divorce; cruelty, reasonable apprehension of bodily hurt, or willful desertion or abandonment. dead
HB1312 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; extends membership to conservation officers. in committee
HB1313 Fostering Futures program; increases age limit for program. dead
HB1314 Political campaign advertisements; advertisements sponsored by a person or nonparty committee. dead
HB1315 Elected officials; Internet publication of personal information, definition of public official. dead
HB1316 Va. State Crime Commission; benefits of violence interrupters, impact of barrier crime statutes. dead
HB1317 Public schools; transfer and management of scholastic records, disclosure of information in court. passed
HB1318 1915(c) Home and Community-Based Services Medicaid Waivers; state plan amendments, program rule. passed senate
HB1319 Disorderly conduct; penalty. dead
HB1320 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, mandatory fees disclosure. dead
HB1321 Carrying within Capitol Square & surrounding area, etc., exceptions. dead
HB1322 Certified registered nurse anesthetist; elimination of supervision requirement. dead
HB1323 Electric utilities; recovery of development costs associated with small modular reactor. dead
HB1324 Restricted driver's license; issuance for multiple convictions of driving while intoxicated, etc. passed senate
HB1325 Firearms, certain; criminal history record information check required for transfer. dead
HB1326 Nationally Certified School Psychologist Program; established. dead
HB1327 Income tax, state; creates subtractions for Virginia National Guard military pay. dead
HB1328 Transient occupancy taxes; changes to administration of tax. dead
HB1329 Virginia Human Rights Act; dual-filed civil actions. dead
HB1330 Absentee voting; persons confined awaiting trial or for conviction of a misdemeanor. passed senate
HB1331 Campbell County; conveyance of easement by Departments of State Police and Transportation. passed senate
HB1332 Nuisance; action against adjoining property owner. dead
HB1333 Drug Control Act; adds certain chemicals to Schedules I, II, IV, and V of Act. passed
HB1334 Energy Innovation Program; established, report. dead
HB1335 J.D. Power Official Used Car Guide; added to list of publications for retail value of vehicles. passed committee
HB1336 Crisis stabilization services; facilities licensed by DBHDS, nursing homes. passed
HB1337 Accountancy, Board of; powers and duties, repeals requirement for an annual audit of the Board. passed senate
HB1338 Courthouses; website posting of notices. passed committee
HB1339 Householder; exemptions from garnishment and lien. passed committee
HB1340 Breast implant patient decision checklist; Board of Medicine to develop. dead
HB1341 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; hearing panel decisions. dead
HB1342 Higher educational institutions, certain baccalaureate public; on-campus student health centers. passed committee
HB1343 General district circuit courts; transfer, civil jurisdiction. dead
HB1344 Employee protection; prohibited retaliation, prohibited nondisclosure & nondisparagement provisions. dead
HB1345 High school graduation requirements; satisfaction of elective course credits. passed committee
HB1346 Campaign finance; exemption for candidates for certain directors. passed senate
HB1347 Health insurance; coverage for autism spectrum disorder, cost-sharing requirements prohibited. dead
HB1348 Pharmaceutical Services, Office of; establishes in Department of General Services, report. dead
HB1349 Alcoholic beverage control; annual mixed beverage performing arts facility licenses. passed
HB1350 Attorney General; prosecuting violations of criminal law related to human/sex trafficking offenses. dead
HB1351 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, selling ignition interlock system. passed committee
HB1352 Salt and brine; use on certain highways located in watershed of Occoquan River. dead
HB1353 Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Commission; established, report, sunset provision. incorporated
HB1354 Cats; prohibition on declawing. passed committee
HB1355 Information Technology Access Act; numerous organizational changes to Act. dead
HB1356 Local planning commission; action on proposed plats, site plans, and development plans. dead
HB1357 Advanced Learning and Research, Institute for; powers and duties. passed committee
HB1358 Elections; requirements for precincts, waiver for split precinct or precinct below the minimum size. dead
HB1359 Search warrants; menstrual health data prohibited, definition. incorporated
HB1360 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use of campaign funds, complaints, hearings, etc. dead
HB1361 Virginia Public Procurement Act; Virginia resident preference. passed senate
HB1362 School bus video-monitoring system; citations. passed senate
HB1363 Critical infrastructure sectors; Director of Dept. of Energy to convene a work group to evaluate. dead
HB1364 Abortion; prohibited, exception, saving life of the mother, penalty. dead
HB1365 Higher educational institutions, public; release of student transcripts. passed committee
HB1366 Social services, local departments of; employee criminal background checks. passed committee
HB1367 First Responder and Veteran Passport; established, discounted entry and parking. dead
HB1368 Sex offenses; prohibiting proximity to children in state parks, penalty. dead
HB1369 Criminal justice training academies; curriculum. passed senate
HB1370 Health care providers, certain; reporting of medical debt to consumer reporting agencies prohibited. passed committee
HB1371 Virginia Public Procurement Act; local arbitration agreements. dead
HB1372 Notarial acts; knowledge-based authentication assessment, requirements. passed committee
HB1373 Roanoke Higher Education Authority; powers and duties, specialized noncredit workforce training. dead
HB1374 In-state tuition; eligibility for certain members of National Guard or Reserves of the Armed Forces. dead
HB1375 Early childhood care and education; publicly funded providers. dead
HB1376 Submetering or energy allocation equipment; billing requirements, unit owners. in committee
HB1377 Soybean Board; assessment from sale of soybeans. passed senate
HB1378 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exclusions, apprenticeship programs. dead
HB1379 Environmental Quality, Department of; consolidation of annual report. passed senate
HB1380 Real property tax; assessment of real property used for affordable housing. dead
HB1381 Rural Virginia, Center for; renames Center the Senator Frank M. Ruff, Jr. Center for Rural Virginia. passed senate
HB1382 Meat food products; misbranding. dead
HB1383 Public schools; transfer and management of scholastic records, disclosure of information in court. dead
HB1384 School boards; employment verification, requirement. dead
HB1385 School boards; placement in alternative education programs; disclosure of certain information. dead
HB1386 Firearms; workplace rules of localities. passed senate
HB1387 Veterinary medicine; exceptions for care of animals injured in the line of duty. dead
HB1388 Virginia Critical Operation for a Disappeared Child Initiative (CODI) Alert Program; created. passed senate
HB1389 Practice of athletic training; amends definition. passed committee
HB1390 Human Resource Management, Department of; disclosure of certain information. dead
HB1391 Tolls; Commissioner of Highways to evaluate ways to reduce and implement distance-based tolling. dead
HB1392 Local government; employee insurance programs. in committee
HB1393 Virginia Retirement System; return to work for law-enforcement officers. dead
HB1394 Income tax, state; subtraction as a result of unlawful discrimination. dead
HB1395 Historic preservation; filing of a historic designation application. passed senate
HB1396 Clerks' offices; days of operation, of clerks' authority to close office. passed senate
HB1397 Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; manufactured home park, notice of sale and relocation expenses. passed committee
HB1398 Affordable housing; creates framework for localities to preserve housing. passed committee
HB1399 Potato Board; reduces membership. passed committee
HB1400 Retail Sales and Use tax; commercial and industrial exemptions, sunset date. dead
HB1401 Va. Law Officers' Retirement System; adds firefighters employed by Department of Military Affairs. in committee
HB1402 Health insurance; pharmacy benefits managers, reporting requirements, civil penalty. passed senate
HB1403 Dam Safety, Flood Prevention, and Protection Assistance Fund; percentage of funds available. dead
HB1404 Small SWaM Business Procurement Enhancement Program; established, definitions, report. in committee
HB1405 Prisoners; Department of Corrections- and jailer-issued identification. dead
HB1406 Fishing license requirements; free fishing days. passed committee
HB1407 Income tax, state; subtraction for tax, military retirement benefits, uniformed services. dead
HB1408 Voter satellite offices; standards and guidelines for determining number and location. passed senate
HB1409 Crash reports; contracted service providers. passed
HB1410 Russell County Industrial Development Authority; appointments. passed senate
HB1411 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; definition of sale price. dead
HB1412 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exemption for complainant personal contact information. passed
HB1413 Identity of persons communicating anonymously over Internet; procedure governing certain subpoenas. dead
HB1414 Estate tax; reinstates tax for persons dying on and after July 1, 2024. dead
HB1415 Historic structures; civil penalty for demolition. passed senate
HB1416 Deputy sheriffs; minimum number funded by Compensation Board. dead
HB1417 Contractors; workers' compensation requirements. passed senate
HB1418 Administrative Process Act; exempts certain rules of the Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission. passed senate
HB1419 Electronic sales by dealers; titling. passed senate
HB1420 Juveniles; adjudication of delinquency. passed senate
HB1421 Virginia Housing Trust Fund; expands eligibility for loans. dead
HB1422 Higher educational institutions, public; legacy admissions prohibited. dead
HB1423 Home care services; publication of information. passed senate
HB1424 Firearms; valid permit to purchase, penalties. dead
HB1425 Virginia Passenger Rail Authority; exempts railway tunnels and bridges from Building Code. passed
HB1426 Dynamic Benefit Adjustment System; established. dead
HB1427 Fixing period of suspension of sentence; sexual abuse of a child under 15 years of age. passed senate
HB1428 Regulatory boards; application review timelines. dead
HB1429 Tangible personal property tax; exemption for indoor agriculture equipment and machinery. passed
HB1430 Library boards; adds King & Queen County to list of localities that are not required to establish. passed committee
HB1431 Alternative onsite sewage systems; approval of treatment units. passed senate
HB1432 Attorney General; Pharmacy Benefits Manager and Third-Party Administrator Oversight Work Group. dead
HB1433 Line of Duty Act; eligible dependent. in committee
HB1434 Mattaponi Indian Tribe; DOF to convey tracts of land in Sandy Point State Forest to the Tribe. dead
HB1435 Subpoenas; release of witness. passed senate
HB1436 Sales tax revenues; entertainment arena. in committee
HB1437 Sales tax; school construction. dead
HB1438 Juvenile detention specialists; enhanced retirement benefits. dead
HB1439 Voter registration by political party affiliation; partially closed primary elections. dead
HB1440 Virginia Public Procurement Act; public works contracts, project labor agreements. dead
HB1441 Voter registration; proof of citizenship. dead
HB1442 Rocky Mount, Town of; amending charter, municipal elections. dead
HB1443 Trial by jury; contact with jurors after trial prohibited, penalty. passed committee
HB1444 State sales and use tax; distribution based on population of cities and counties ages 5 to 19. dead
HB1445 New College Institute; duties. passed committee
HB1446 Real property tax; assessment of real property used for affordable housing. dead
HB1447 Pass-through entity tax; penalty waiver. dead
HB1448 Virginia Human Rights Act; unlawful discrimination. dead
HB1449 Virginia Coastal Resilience Collaborative; changes references relating to coastal resilience policy passed committee
HB1450 Drug Control Act; adds certain chemicals to Schedules I, II, IV, and V of Act. incorporated
HB1451 Standards of Learning; assessments, eligibility for expedited retakes. passed committee
HB1452 State agencies and their appointing authorities; diversity, equity, and inclusion strategic plans. passed committee
HB1453 Virginia Employment Commission; appeals proceedings, appeal tribunals and Board of Review. passed senate
HB1454 Limited-duration licenses and driver privilege cards and permits; extends validity. passed committee
HB1455 Virginia Memory Project; established. passed committee
HB1456 Solar-ready roofs for certain gov't bldgs.; net-zero energy consumption bldg. design for schools. dead
HB1457 Virginia Investment Performance Grants; definitions, calculating aggregate amount of Grants, etc. passed committee
HB1458 Chief Resilience Officer of the Commonwealth; moves position under the Governor, etc. passed committee
HB1459 Zoning ordinances; amendments or special exceptions to ordinances. dead
HB1460 Virginia Verified Meat; certification, labeling of product. passed committee
HB1461 Short-term rental property; locality's ability to prohibit lessee or sublessee operator. passed committee
HB1462 Firearm in unattended motor vehicle; civil penalty. passed senate
HB1463 DGS, et al.; review of procurement process, employment services organizations. dead
HB1464 Conservation easements; validity, open-space land. dead
HB1465 Interference with commercial fishing vessel; penalties. dead
HB1466 Mineral mines; farm pond construction or expansion. passed committee
HB1467 Higher educational institutions, baccalaureate public; expands membership of board of visitors. passed committee
HB1468 Consumer Data Protection Act; enforcement by the Attorney General, civil penalty. dead
HB1469 Venue; obtaining documents from DMV when not entitled thereto, penalty. passed
HB1470 Income tax, state; deduction for union dues. dead
HB1471 Drug Treatment Court Act; renames the Act as the Recovery Court Act. dead
HB1472 Water certificates or permits; compliance with water quality standards. dead
HB1473 Fentanyl education and awareness informational one-sheet; Department of Education to develop. passed senate
HB1474 Virginia Code Commission; work group to recommend exemptions from the Dam Safety Act. dead
HB1475 Uniform Statewide Building Code; certain building owners and operators to supply cooling, etc. passed committee
HB1476 Child abuse; adds to list of mandatory reporters. dead
HB1477 Public schools; student instructional time, competency-based education. passed committee
HB1478 Casino gaming; cruise ships. dead
HB1479 Health professions; universal licensure, requirements. dead
HB1480 Virginia-Ireland Advisory Board; established, report. dead
HB1481 Grandparent; petition for visitation. dead
HB1482 Unlawful detainer actions; no rental agreement between owner and occupant. passed committee
HB1483 Meals tax; statute of limitations, penalties and interest. dead
HB1484 Virginia Public Safety Communications Infrastructure Fund and Program; established. dead
HB1485 Industrial hemp; increases maximum THC concentration. dead
HB1486 Vacant buildings; registration. passed senate
HB1487 DHCD; translation of certain forms and documents into five non-English languages on website, etc. passed committee
HB1488 Local government; standardization of public notice requirements for certain meetings, hearings, etc. passed senate
HB1489 License plates, special; issuance to certain members, veterans & retirees of U.S. Air Force. incorporated
HB1490 Absentee voting in person; voter satellite offices, days and hours of operation. dead
HB1491 Phase I Utility; recovery of development costs associated with small modular nuclear facility. passed senate
HB1492 Trauma-informed training and education; work group to study. dead
HB1493 Reproductive health care services; prohibitions on extradition for certain crimes. incorporated
HB1494 Length of Stay Guidelines & Bon Air Juvenile Correctional Center; DJJ's work group to study, report. dead
HB1495 Film and television industry; apprenticeship program. dead
HB1496 Surveillance Technology; reporting by localities, report. passed committee
HB1497 Pharmacy technician profession; Board of Pharmacy to review framework. dead
HB1498 Adult day care centers; name changes to adult day centers throughout the Code. passed
HB1499 Virginia Health Workforce Development Authority; increases ex officio members, etc., report. passed committee
HB1500 Behavioral health technicians and trainees; registration requirements for Board of Counseling. dead
HB1501 Cash proffers; development rights. dead
HB1502 Tangible personal property tax; classification of certain vehicles, removes sunset date. passed senate
HB1503 Omitted taxes; installment agreements. passed senate
HB1504 School-connected overdose policies; guidelines, parental notification and response. passed senate
HB1505 Intercollegiate athletics; student-athletes, compensation for name, image, or likeness. passed committee
HB1506 Retail franchise agreements; governing law, competition restrictions. dead
HB1507 Taxes; penalties and interest associated with the filing of returns or payment. dead
HB1508 Assessment of omitted taxes; erroneous payments. passed senate
HB1509 Nicotine vapor products; restrictions on sale of products containing liquid nicotine/hemp products. dead
HB1510 Toll-relief programs; low income residents. dead
HB1511 Martinsville, City of; amending charter, granting of town status. passed senate
HB1512 Martinsville, City of; amending charter, notice of special meetings to council members. passed senate
HB1513 Service members; active-duty status for any member injured while in the line of duty. passed senate
HB1514 Virginia Sports and Entertainment Authority and Financing Fund; established, report. in committee
HB1515 Discovery; electronic means. passed committee
HB1516 Health education and family life education; certain videos and animations relating to human dev. dead
HB1517 Adoption; creates tax credit for qualified expenses. dead
HB1518 Research and development expenses; tax credits. passed senate
HB1519 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; fees for electronic fund transfers, prohibited. passed committee
HB1520 Virginia Institute of Marine Science; review the cumulative surface water intake effects. dead
HB1521 Jurors; payment in civil cases. dead
HB1522 Assisted living facilities and group homes; location in localities. dead
HB1523 State parks; procurement exemption, Natural Area Preservation Funds created. dead
HB1524 Mobile machinery and equipment; tax credit for purchase. dead
HB1525 AI-generated image; unauthorized creation of image of another, penalties. dead
HB1526 Motor vehicles; overweight permits for certain trucks operated by electric utilities. passed
HB1527 Income tax, state; electric vehicle charging equipment tax credit. dead
HB1528 School boards; bathroom check policy required. dead
HB1529 General registrars; term of office and exception from general early retirement provisions. dead
HB1530 Elections; each locality to have a chief deputy and other deputy registrars. dead
HB1531 Cruelty to elephants; pain-inflicting training tools prohibited, civil penalty. passed senate
HB1532 Voter registration; digital list of registered voters and persons voting at elections. dead
HB1533 Mines and mineral mines; local zoning regulations in Planning District 8 (Northern Virginia). dead
HB1534 Voter or voter's registration; challenges to candidate qualifications or eligibility. passed senate
HB1535 Food and beverage or meals tax; discount for collection. dead
HB1536 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain baby products. dead
HB1537 JLARC; Department of Human Resource Management's Grievance Procedure Manual, report. dead
HB1538 Manufactured home; conversion to real property. passed senate
HB1539 Abortion or other reproductive health care services; prohibitions on extradition for certain crimes. passed committee
HB1540 The Virginia African American, Asian American, Pacific Islander, etc., Advisory Board; established. dead
HB1541 Magistrates; appointment and supervision. dead
HB1542 Child abuse and neglect; mandatory reporters, statute of limitations, penalties. passed committee
HB1543 Highway deaths & injuries; VDOT to develop a plan and apply for federal grants to reduce, report. dead
HB1544 Southside Regional Recreation Authority; changes name to Southside Regional Recreation Authority. dead
HB1545 Physician assistants; definitions, requisite training and education achievements. passed committee
HB1546 Data centers; sales and use tax exemption for certain equipment or enabling software. dead
HB1547 Alcohol safety action program; increases maximum fee to enter into program. dead
HJ1 Constitutional amendment; fundamental right to reproductive freedom (first reference). dead
HJ2 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters, right to vote, persons not entitled to vote. dead
HJ3 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas Frank Betz, Jr. introduced
HJ4 Celebrating the life of Joseph Brian Hannigan. passed senate
HJ5 Hog Island; Dept. of Transportation to study need for bridge from Surry County to James City County. dead
HJ6 Energy Efficiency Day; designating as October 4, 2024, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ7 Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome Awareness Day; designating as October 25, 2024. passed senate
HJ8 Black Women's History Month; designating as April 2024 and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ9 Constitutional amendment; marriage between two individuals. dead
HJ10 Virginia Gaming Commission, Joint Subcommittee studying feasibility of establishing; continued. in committee
HJ11 Celebrating the life of Emmitt Bruce Marshall. passed senate
HJ12 Agriculture, forestry, and environment; JLARC to study impact of utility-scale solar development. dead
HJ13 Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Month of Awareness. passed senate
HJ14 Wolf Creek Cherokee Tribe of Virginia; General Assembly to extend state recognition. dead
HJ15 Dependents of public school personnel, etc.; SCHEV to study reduced in-state tuition rates. dead
HJ16 Commending LeadingAge Virginia. passed senate
HJ17 Disability Pride Month. passed senate
HJ18 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters, felon disenfranchisement. dead
HJ19 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ20 Early voting; joint committee of the House & Senate Committees on P & E to study costs & benefits. dead
HJ21 Higher educational institutions, public; SCHEV to study guaranteed first-year admission policy. dead
HJ22 Skilled nursing, long-term care, and community care facilities; JLARC to study capacity & condition. dead
HJ23 Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day; designating as April 24, 2024 & each succeeding year thereafter. dead
HJ24 Dillon Rule; joint subcommittee to study. dead
HJ25 Historically black colleges and universities; joint subcommittee to study challenges faced, etc. dead
HJ26 Uterine Fibroids Awareness Month; designating as July 2024 and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ27 Coach Appreciation Week designating as week of October 6, 2024 and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ28 Kidney Disease Awareness Month; designating as March 2024 and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ29 Comprehensive community colleges; funding model for noncredit workforce credential programs. dead
HJ30 Investor-owned electric utilities; SCC to study performance-based regulatory tools. in committee
HJ31 Celebrating the life of Leri Melissa Thomas. passed senate
HJ32 Secretariat of Rural Affairs; JLARC to study need for and feasibility of creating position. dead
HJ33 Distressed localities; JLARC to study potential effects of revising distribution of 599 funding. dead
HJ34 Public schools; Jt. Com. on Health Care to study impact of cell phone possession & use on students. dead
HJ35 Litter tax; Department of Taxation, et al., to study tax policy options for reforming. dead
HJ36 Clean energy; Dept. of Energy to study barriers for local governments to purchase. dead
HJ37 Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome Awareness Day; designating as October 25, 2024. incorporated
HJ38 Drugs; JLARC to study scope and cost of penalizing possession as a felony. dead
HJ39 Comprehensive community colleges, certain; JLARC to study waiver of tuition and mandatory fees. dead
HJ40 Land value; DHCD to study tax implications of local governing bodies implementing a tax. dead
HJ41 Fentanyl crisis; Joint Commission on Health Care to study policy solutions. in committee
HJ42 Nepali American Heritage Day; designating as April 15, 2024 and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ43 Large animal veterinarians; Board of Veterinary Medicine, et al., to study shortage. in committee
HJ44 Black Maternal Health Week; designating as April 11-17, 2024, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ45 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain surviving spouses (second reference). passed senate
HJ46 Starr Alert Program; Department of State Police to study need for an alert program, etc. dead
HJ47 General Assembly; notifying Governor of organization. passed senate
HJ48 General Assembly; 2024 Session schedule. passed senate
HJ49 General Assembly; 2025 Session prefiling schedule. passed senate
HJ50 Juvenile Justice, Department of; JLARC, et al., to study transferring responsibility for Department. dead
HJ51 Employment service organizations; DGS, et al., to study procuring goods and services. dead
HJ52 Student Appreciation Week; designating as week of March 20, 2024, & each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ53 Teacher retention, etc.; JLARC to study effect of salaries, employment benefits, etc. dead
HJ54 Public records; Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council to study charges for production. dead
HJ55 Recurrent Flooding, Joint Subcommittee on; study continued. dead
HJ56 Teacher retention, etc.; JLARC to study effect of salaries, employment benefits, etc. dead
HJ57 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion Day; designating as Sept. 16, 2024 & each succeeding yr. passed senate
HJ58 Constitutional amendment; exemption of property owned and occupied by persons of low income, etc. dead
HJ59 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Victor Blake McKinney. passed senate
HJ60 Sickle cell disease; Joint Commission on Health Care to study. dead
HJ61 Higher ed. institutions, baccalaureate public; SCHEV to study $10,000 tuition per year degree. dead
HJ62 Celebrating the life of Charles Wayne Payne, Sr. passed senate
HJ63 Cannabis; Virginia Cannabis Control Authority to study creation of a retail market. dead
HJ64 Localities hosting data center infrastructure; DHCD to study revenue sharing program. dead
HJ65 Roads maintained/managed by VDOT & localities; JLARC to study rate of accidents that cause fatality. dead
HJ66 Commending the Town of Chase City. passed senate
HJ67 Fair school funding reform; joint committee of various House and Senate committees to study. in committee
HJ68 Celebrating the life of Pablo Teodoro III. passed senate
HJ69 Commending Sandra Gioia Treadway. passed senate
HJ70 Commending the Army Navy Country Club. passed senate
HJ71 Celebrating the life of Julius L. Branscome. passed senate
HJ72 Commending the First Baptist Church of West Point. passed senate
HJ73 Commending Scott Chambers. passed senate
HJ74 International Dark Sky Week; designating as week of new moon April 2024. passed senate
HJ75 Celebrating the life of Allan Roberts. passed senate
HJ76 Gun violence; JLARC to study effects on communities. in committee
HJ77 Designating Monday, January 22, 2024 as Recovery Day in Virginia. passed senate
HJ78 FIRST Robotics Day. passed senate
HJ79 Commending the Triangle Volunteer Fire Department. passed senate
HJ80 Commending Kenbridge Construction Company, Inc. passed senate
HJ81 Tardive Dyskinesia Awareness Week. passed senate
HJ82 State park; DCR to study feasibility of establishing in Washington County. dead
HJ83 Burn Awareness Week. passed senate
HJ84 Higher educational institutions, public; displaying VA250 logo on all athletic uniforms. passed senate
HJ85 Commending the McLean High School softball team. passed senate
HJ86 Rights of women; affirming biological differences between the sexes. dead
HJ87 Domestic Workers Day. passed senate
HJ88 Commending Jill D. Neice. passed senate
HJ89 Celebrating the life of Joseph Brown Journell. passed senate
HJ90 Commending Rick Cormany. passed senate
HJ91 Commending Iridium Communications, Inc. passed senate
HJ92 Commending Daniel M. Gade. passed senate
HJ93 Celebrating the life of Annie Walker. passed senate
HJ94 Commending John George Psaris. passed senate
HJ95 Commending the Capitol Area Telugu Society. passed senate
HJ96 Commending Walter C. Zaremba. passed senate
HJ97 Commending Ann Thomas. passed senate
HJ98 Commending Elizabeth Fowler. passed senate
HJ99 Judges; election in Court of Appeals of Va., circuit court, etc. passed senate
HJ100 Commending Neil Morgan. passed senate
HJ101 Commending Peter A. Blake. passed senate
HJ102 Commending John Henry Printing. passed senate
HJ103 Commending M.B. Clark. passed senate
HJ104 Commending Travis G. Hill. passed senate
HJ105 Commending the York County Little League 9-11 All-Stars baseball team. passed senate
HJ106 Commending James E. Barnett. passed senate
HJ107 Commending the Yorktown ReStore. passed senate
HJ108 Commending Hunt Smile Design. passed senate
HJ109 Celebrating the life of John R. Griffith. passed senate
HJ110 Celebrating the life of Gloria Randolph-King. passed senate
HJ111 Celebrating the life of Gina Elizabeth Kohler. passed senate
HJ112 Celebrating the life of Richard Henry Wilde Dillard. passed senate
HJ113 Commending the Roanoke Valley Chess Club. passed senate
HJ114 Commending the Honorable Charles Vic Mason. passed senate
HJ115 Celebrating the life of Douglas Durrell Monroe, Jr. passed senate
HJ116 Commending Ammon G. Dunton, Jr. passed senate
HJ117 Celebrating the life of Edward Thompson. passed senate
HJ118 Commending the Bradley Free Clinic. passed senate
HJ119 Commending Blue Ridge Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ120 Commending the ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation. passed senate
HJ121 Commending Xcellerated Offshore. passed senate
HJ122 Commending James G. Ashworth, Jr. passed senate
HJ123 Commending J.S. Walton. passed senate
HJ124 Commending the Monticello American Viticultural Area. passed senate
HJ125 Celebrating the life of Ronald Lewis Slough. passed senate
HJ126 Commending Augusta Health. passed senate
HJ127 Commending Trinity United Methodist Church. passed senate
HJ128 Celebrating the life of Donald Wayne Rife. passed senate
HJ129 Commending Frances M. Boswell. passed senate
HJ130 Commending the Brunswick Garden Club. passed senate
HJ131 Commending Harry J. Parrish II. passed senate
HJ132 Celebrating the life of Lila V. Branscome. passed senate
HJ133 Celebrating the life of William David Lamb. passed senate
HJ134 Commending 49 Winchester. passed senate
HJ135 Commending Claudia Byrd. passed senate
HJ136 Commending Margaret L. Sanner. passed senate
HJ137 Celebrating the life of Charles D. Grant. passed senate
HJ138 Celebrating the life of Laura Belle Gordy. passed senate
HJ139 Celebrating the life of Herbert Simon Claybrook, Jr. passed senate
HJ140 Commending Troop 710 of the Boy Scouts of America. passed senate
HJ141 Commending Lafayette Lodge No. 137 of the Ancient Free and Accepted Masons. passed senate
HJ142 Commending Mark Barrick. passed senate
HJ143 Commending Geline Bowman Williams. passed senate
HJ144 Celebrating the life of Forrest A. Parker, Sr. passed senate
HJ145 Commending the Old Dominion Hounds hunting club. passed senate
HJ146 Commending Wreaths Across Southern Fauquier. passed senate
HJ147 Commending the Loudoun Impact Fund. passed senate
HJ148 Commending Alexandra Gressitt. passed senate
HJ149 Commending Brittany Dwyer-Gianoli. passed senate
HJ150 Commending Patrick A. Joyce. passed senate
HJ151 Commending John Rossmann. passed senate
HJ152 Celebrating the life of Emerson Latham Gravatt. passed senate
HJ153 Commending the Virginia School Boards Association. passed senate
HJ154 Commending Nathan Hershberger. passed senate
HJ155 Commending Patricia Washington. passed senate
HJ156 Commending Joanna Anderson. passed senate
HJ157 Commending Debra Collins. passed senate
HJ158 Commending Zahra Rahimi. passed senate
HJ159 Commending the Virginia Association of Roofing Professionals. passed senate
HJ160 Celebrating the life of William Arthur Olson. passed senate
HJ161 Celebrating the life of Donald Lee Wilson. passed senate
HJ162 Commending Pohick Episcopal Church. passed senate
HJ163 Celebrating the life of Shirley Estelle Savage Harris. passed senate
HJ164 Celebrating the life of Gerard Everett Woodbury. passed senate
HJ165 Celebrating the life of Harold Martin Gross. passed senate
HJ166 Celebrating the life of Michelle Antonette Leete. passed senate
HJ167 Celebrating the life of Jack D. Cole, D.D.S. passed senate
HJ168 Celebrating the life of Rachel Gayle Davis Fowlkes. passed senate
HJ169 Commending Columbia Gas of Virginia. in committee
HJ170 Commending Master Sergeant John G. King, USAF, Ret. passed senate
HJ171 Celebrating the life of Elinor McManus. in committee
HJ172 Commending Marie Ridder. passed senate
HJ173 Commending Antoinette Dempsey-Waters. passed senate
HJ174 Commending the Chilhowie High School girls' track and field team. passed senate
HJ175 Commending the George Wythe High School quiz bowl team. passed senate
HJ176 Commending Blake Hall. passed senate
HJ177 Commending Victoria Cimino. passed senate
HJ178 Celebrating the life of Rear Admiral Ming Erh Chang, USN, Ret. passed senate
HJ179 Commending the Honorable Kathy J. Byron. in committee
HJ180 Commending the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles. passed senate
HJ181 Commending Roanoke-Blacksburg Regional Airport. passed senate
HJ182 Celebrating the life of John Peter Clements. passed senate
HJ183 Commending DC's Wine Country®. passed senate
HJ184 Commending the Lynchburg Museum System. passed senate
HJ185 Commending Amanda L. Newins. introduced
HJ186 Commending Annie Ray. introduced
HJ187 Commending Tilth & Oak. passed senate
HJ188 Commending Senior Airman Kostiantyn Khymchenko, USAF. passed senate
HJ189 Commending Master Sergeant Stephen Drakes, VA ANG. passed senate
HJ190 Commending Technical Sergeant Jacquelyn N. Montoya, VA ANG. passed senate
HJ191 Commending Staff Sergeant Britney Phillips, VA ANG. passed senate
HJ192 Commending Bishop Kim W. Brown. passed senate
HJ193 Celebrating the life of Robert S. King. passed senate
HJ194 Commending Superheroes Ice Cream. passed senate
HJ195 Celebrating the life of John Oliver Wynne. passed senate
HJ196 Commending Voodoo Brewing Company Virginia Beach. passed senate
HJ197 Commending Carter Myers Automotive. passed senate
HJ198 Commending William G. Coada. passed senate
HJ199 Commending Jennifer DeBruhl. introduced
HJ200 Commending Neighborhood Health. passed senate
HJ201 Celebrating the life of John F. Benton. passed senate
HJ202 Commending Carolyn Jones. passed senate
HJ203 Celebrating the life of Susan Jane Redford. passed senate
HJ204 Commending Bernard L. Jones, Sr. passed senate
HJ205 Commending Secretariat Racing Into History. passed senate
HJ206 Commending the United States Foreign Service. introduced
HJ207 Celebrating the life of Stanley William Roberts. introduced
HJ208 Commending Virginia S. Perrin. introduced
HJ209 Celebrating the life of Gilbert Lofton Granger. introduced
HJ210 Commending Lafayette High School. introduced
HJ211 Commending The Peanut Shop of Williamsburg. introduced
HJ212 Commending the Merchants Square Baskin-Robbins. introduced
HJ213 Commending Bruton Parish Episcopal Church. introduced
HJ214 Celebrating the life of Serafim C. Canavos. introduced
HJ215 Commending Rocktown History. introduced
HJ216 Commending The Crooked Road: Virginia's Heritage Music Trail. introduced
HJ217 Celebrating the life of Peter Easter. introduced
HJ218 Commending the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission. introduced
HJ219 Commending Lee William Horton. introduced
HJ220 Commending WLNI. introduced
HJ221 Celebrating the life of Bryan Kelly Miller. introduced
HJ222 Commending AbbyCakes. introduced
HJ223 Commending Michael W. Keyes. introduced
HJ224 Commending Glory’s Bakery. introduced
HJ225 Commemorating the life and legacy of Secretariat. introduced
HJ226 Commending Lucy Addison High School. passed house
HJ227 Commending Vale United Methodist Church. introduced
HJ228 Celebrating the life of Elizabeth Burgoyne Knapp. introduced
HJ229 Celebrating the life of Peter Lee McCandless. introduced
HJ230 Commending the Radford University College of Nursing. introduced
HJ231 Commending the Mill Mountain Theatre. introduced
HJ232 Commending WFIR. introduced
HJ233 Commending the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority. introduced
HJ234 Celebrating the life of John Mason. introduced
HJ235 Commending Scott McGeary. introduced
HJ236 Celebrating the life of George Samuel Hobart. introduced
HJ237 Celebrating the life of Janet Mary Corcoran O'Neil. introduced
HJ238 Celebrating the life of Miriam Zogby Balutis. introduced
HJ239 Celebrating the life of Robert Peter Morgan. introduced
HJ240 Celebrating the life of Joseph S. Wholey, Jr. introduced
HJ241 Celebrating the life of Margaret Smith Wholey. introduced
HJ242 Celebrating the life of Bennett Warburton Sutton. introduced
HJ243 Celebrating the life of Lannie Davis Ballard. introduced
HJ244 Celebrating the life of Charles Stuart Clark. introduced
HJ245 Celebrating the life of Richard Alan Barton. introduced
HJ246 Commending Arlington Free Clinic. introduced
HJ247 Celebrating the life of Donald Owen Manning. introduced
HJ248 Commending Dyrri McCain. introduced
HJ249 Commending the Maury High School football team. introduced
HJ250 Commending the Norfolk Tides. introduced
HJ251 Celebrating the life of Bernard A. Strother, Jr. introduced
HJ252 Commending Arlington Public Schools' recipients of The Posse Foundation and QuestBridge scholarship. introduced
HJ253 Celebrating the life of Evelyn Flengas. introduced
HJ254 Commending Amy Burchuk. introduced
HJ255 Commending Tina Garfield. introduced
HJ256 Celebrating the life of Richard Thomas Cornwell. introduced
HJ257 Commending the Fairfax County Public Library. introduced
HJ258 Commending Kelly Boyd. introduced
HJ259 Commending Linda Deans, Ph.D. introduced
HJ260 Commending Mickey Thompson. introduced
HJ261 Commending John W. Zubrod. introduced
HJ262 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Marcellus Lee Harris, Jr. introduced
HJ263 Celebrating the life of Brian Juel Jensen. introduced
HJ264 Commending the Langley High School boys' swim and dive team. introduced
HJ265 Commending the United Way of Roanoke Valley. introduced
HJ266 Commemorating the life and legacy of Cook Petty Officer Third Class Doris Miller, USN. introduced
HJ267 Celebrating the life of Colonel William Joseph Flanagan, Jr., USA, Ret. introduced
HJ268 Celebrating the life of Warren H. Lacy. introduced
HJ269 Commending the River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award. introduced
HJ270 Commending Courtney LeBlanc. introduced
HJ271 Commending Rappahannock Coffee and Roasting. introduced
HJ272 Commending Scouts BSA Troop 128. introduced
HJ273 Commending People Incorporated. introduced
HJ274 Commending Communities in Schools of Appalachian Highlands. introduced
HJ275 Commending Johnnie Nash. introduced
HJ276 Commending Phillip Duncan. introduced
HJ277 Commending Ed Saltzberg. introduced
HJ278 Commending P. David Tarter. introduced
HJ279 Commending Christopher Fay. introduced
HJ280 Commending the Honorable L. Kaye Kory. introduced
HJ281 Celebrating the life of Diane Gay Flanagan. introduced
HJ282 Commending Good Shepherd Housing. introduced
HJ283 Commending Michael S. Yew. introduced
HJ284 Commending Mark Roller. introduced
HJ285 Commending Mary Gavin. introduced
HJ286 Commending the Virginia Beach Medical Reserve Corps. introduced
HJ287 Celebrating the life of Emily Beer. introduced
HJ288 Commending Alex Vardavas. introduced
HJ289 Commending Big Brothers Big Sisters of Danville Area. introduced
HJ290 Commending Richard L. Grice. introduced
HJ291 Celebrating the life of Shawn Soares. introduced
HJ292 Commending John Shinholser. introduced
HJ293 Commending The Shepherd's Center of Richmond. introduced
HJ294 Commending Dementi Studio. introduced
HJ295 Celebrating the life of Agnes Wilder Nicholson. introduced
HJ296 Commending the Virginia Commonwealth University Massey Comprehensive Cancer Center. introduced
HJ297 Commending Joseph F. Damico. introduced
HJ298 Commending the Tuckahoe Volunteer Rescue Squad. passed house
HJ299 Commending Britepaths, Inc. introduced
HJ300 Commending Troop 103 of the Boy Scouts of America. introduced
HJ301 Commending Kathleen White. introduced
HJ302 Commending the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University women's basketball team. introduced
HJ303 Celebrating the life of Nancy Soaper Hayden. introduced
HJ304 Celebrating the life of William Louis Lee. introduced
HJ305 Commending the Lionsbridge Football Club. introduced
HJ306 Commending the Tazewell High School Class of 1973. introduced
HJ307 Celebrating the life of Carroll Lane Phillippe, Jr. introduced
HJ308 Celebrating the life of Anthony Stewart Viventi. introduced
HJ309 Celebrating the life of the Honorable David A. Melesco. introduced
HJ310 Commending Lieutenant Colonel Richard C. Oertel, USA, Ret. introduced
HJ311 Commending the Williamsburg Community Foundation. introduced
HJ312 Commending Linsey Chen Marr, Ph.D. introduced
HJ313 Commending Alexandria City Public Schools' recipients of scholarships. introduced
HJ314 Commending The Arc of Greater Prince William/INSIGHT, Inc. introduced
HJ315 Commending Barry Nelson. introduced
HJ316 Celebrating the life of John Kenner Marlow. introduced
HJ317 Commending William B. Downey. introduced
HJ318 Celebrating the life of Francine Pannell Nash. introduced
HJ319 Celebrating the life of Lawrence Bussey. introduced
HJ320 Celebrating the life of Walter Spears Claytor, D.D.S. introduced
HJ321 Celebrating the life of Susan Pope Irving. introduced
HJ322 Commending Susan B. Seward. introduced
HJ323 Commending Praveendharan Meyyan. introduced
HJ324 Commending Brodie Farm. introduced
HJ325 Celebrating the life of Robert W. Haskins. introduced
HJ326 Commending the Community Development Block Grant Program. introduced
HJ327 Commending Debbie Jones. introduced
HJ328 Commending Noah Lyles. introduced
HR1 Celebrating the life of James Anderson Wood. passed house
HR2 Celebrating the life of Commander Edward S. Stolle, Jr., USN, Ret. passed house
HR3 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas Frank Betz, Jr. passed house
HR4 Celebrating the life of James Douglas Coleburn. passed house
HR5 Day of Tears. dead
HR6 Commending the Grottoes Volunteer Fire Department. passed house
HR7 Commending Culpeper Minute Men Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. passed house
HR8 Commending Major General Timothy P. Williams, VNG. passed house
HR9 Israel; expresses support for the State and condemns the actions of Hamas. dead
HR10 House of Delegates; establishing the Rules for the 2024 passed house
HR11 House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed house
HR12 Processing Revival and Intrastate Meat Exemption Act (PRIME Act); U.S. Congress encouraged to pass. dead
HR13 Commending Sandra Gioia Treadway. passed house
HR14 Celebrating the life of Tafari Jawara Campbell. passed house
HR15 Commending Michael Charles Huntley II. passed house
HR16 Celebrating the life of Justine Rachel Tilghman. passed house
HR17 House of Delegates; portrait of the former Speaker. passed house
HR18 Celebrating the life of William F. O'Keefe. passed house
HR19 Celebrating the life of Henry Clarkson Green. passed house
HR20 Commending the Council of State Governments Southern Office. passed house
HR21 Commending the Lunenburg County Dixie Youth Baseball Major League All-Star team. passed house
HR22 Commending the Culpeper County Volunteer Fire Department. passed house
HR23 Commending the Wharton Memorial Church Complex. passed house
HR24 Commending Freedom High School. passed house
HR25 Commending the Freedom High School football team. passed house
HR26 Smithsonian; return of human bodily remains to Virginia descendants, review, compensation. dead
HR27 Commending the Honorable Dr. Luke E. Torian. passed house
HR28 Reproductive freedom; Speaker of the House of Delegates to order a study of legal effects. dead
HR29 Commending the Associated General Contractors of Virginia. passed house
HR30 Commending the Radford High School football team. passed house
HR31 Commending Matt Hagan. passed house
HR32 Commending Bridgewater Volunteer Rescue Squad. passed house
HR33 Commending the Virginia War Museum. passed house
HR34 Commending Monte Robinson. passed house
HR35 Commending ARCI Architects. passed house
HR36 Commending Dylan Olinger. passed house
HR37 Judge; nomination for election to Court of Appeals of Virginia. passed house
HR38 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed house
HR39 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed house
HR40 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR41 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nomination for election of member. passed house
HR42 State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of members. passed house
HR43 Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed house
HR44 Commending the Bruton High School girls' volleyball team. passed house
HR45 Commending Viccellio Goldsmith. passed house
HR46 Commending Pops Drive-In. passed house
HR47 Commending the James Wood High School volleyball team. passed house
HR48 Celebrating the life of Carl David Bevins. passed house
HR49 Commending the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival. passed house
HR50 Celebrating the life of Charles Jones Davis, III. passed house
HR51 Commending the John J. Wright Educational and Cultural Center. passed house
HR52 Commending House of Victory Fredericksburg Church. passed house
HR53 Commending the Liberty University football team. passed house
HR54 Commending Outside the Cone. passed house
HR55 Commending the Virginia Union University football team. passed house
HR56 Celebrating the life of Thomas Alvin Lester, Sr. passed house
HR57 Commending Jeremy Compton. passed house
HR58 Celebrating the life of Donna M. Vaughan. passed house
HR59 Celebrating the life of Joseph Leslie Hoggard. passed house
HR60 Commending Makayla Bays. passed house
HR61 Sustainable aviation fuel; encouraging steps to increase usage in the Commonwealth. in committee
HR62 Commending Masjid Aliya. passed house
HR63 Commending Glenn Stuart Settle. passed house
HR64 Commending William A. Webb. passed house
HR65 Commending M. Scott Miller. passed house
HR66 Commending John B. Poindexter and the Tidewater and Big Bend Foundation. passed house
HR67 Commending the Liberty Christian Academy football team. passed house
HR68 Commending the S. Delois Mayes Scholarship Foundation. passed house
HR69 Commending C. Thomas Tiller, Jr. passed house
HR70 Commending Angela Kelly-Wiecek. passed house
HR71 Commending John Joseph McLaughlin, Jr. passed house
HR72 Commending Ed Clark. passed house
HR73 Commending the Weyers Cave Ruritan Club. passed house
HR74 Celebrating the life of Douglas W. Shifflett, Sr. passed house
HR75 Commending the Middle River Church of the Brethren. passed house
HR76 Celebrating the life of Elizabeth Patterson Epps. passed house
HR77 Commending the Virginia Black Chamber of Commerce. passed house
HR78 Celebrating the life of Lisa Nelson Robertson. passed house
HR79 Commending the Stafford County Public Schools Teachers of the Year. passed house
HR80 Celebrating the life of Barnabas Stiltner. passed house
HR81 Commending Friends Uniting Nokesville. passed house
HR82 Commending the Douglas Alumni Association. passed house
HR83 Commending Solenberger’s True Value Hardware. passed house
HR84 Commending the Fauquier Free Clinic. passed house
HR85 Commending the Old Dominion Hounds hunting club. introduced
HR86 Celebrating the life of Roger Allen Welch. passed house
HR87 Commending the Lebanon High School boys' cross country team. passed house
HR88 Commending the Marion Senior High School girls' tennis team. passed house
HR89 Commending Dr. Willis L. Lonzer III. passed house
HR90 Celebrating the life of Amy Kristina McFarland. passed house
HR91 Celebrating the life of Joe Morris Lucas. passed house
HR92 Celebrating the life of James Riley Montgomery. passed house
HR93 Celebrating the life of Serenity Rayne Hawley. passed house
HR94 Celebrating the life of Terry Edward Winkle. passed house
HR95 Celebrating the life of Nell Frances Doss. passed house
HR96 Commending the Suffolk Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. passed house
HR97 Commending the Women's Tidewater Golf Association. passed house
HR98 Celebrating the life of Karen Harrison Jones. passed house
HR99 Commending Courthouse Restaurant. passed house
HR100 Commending the Northern Virginia Mental Health Foundation. passed house
HR101 Celebrating the life of Richard Carlton Griffin, Sr. passed house
HR102 Commending Olive Chamblin Brown. passed house
HR103 Celebrating the life of Karen Harrison Jones. introduced
HR104 Commending Erik M. Pelton & Associates, PLLC. passed house
HR105 Commending Karen Tefelski. passed house
HR106 Commending John Ray Grisham, Jr. passed house
HR107 Celebrating the life of Gloria Flanagan. passed house
HR108 Commending the Tabb High School field hockey team. introduced
HR109 Commending the Graham High School varsity competition cheer squad. passed house
HR110 Commending Dr. Ben Fitzgerald, III. passed house
HR111 Commending W. Canova Peterson, IV. passed house
HR112 Commending Jethro H. Piland, III. passed house
HR113 Commending Ramon Earl Chalkley, III. passed house
HR114 Celebrating the life of Patricia Paige. passed house
HR115 Celebrating the life of Donald Wayne Rife. passed house
HR116 Celebrating the life of Linda B. Jones. passed house
HR117 Commending the Honorable Shirley F. Cooper. passed house
HR118 Commending Donna D. Gammon, RN, BSN. passed house
HR119 Commending Blake Corum. passed house
HR120 Commending the Next Generation Choices Foundation. passed house
HR121 Commending the George Washington Hotel. passed house
HR122 Celebrating the life of Charles Scott Marple. passed house
HR123 Commending the Town of Dumfries. passed house
HR124 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Jamie Jerome Duncan. passed house
HR125 Commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Honorable Yvonne Bond Miller's service in the Virginia G.A passed house
HR126 Commending Brian Thomas. introduced
HR127 Commending Mark DeWayne Moseley. passed house
HR128 Commending Access Independence. introduced
HR129 Commending the Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation. passed house
HR130 Celebrating the life of Laura Kirk Fletcher. passed house
HR131 Commending Nora Mehadi. passed house
HR132 Commending Up Next 2 Vote. passed house
HR133 Commending Anna Sudha Community Kitchens. passed house
HR134 Celebrating the life of August Moon. passed house
HR135 Commending the 2024 Inductees to the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame. passed house
HR136 Commending the Old Dominion Barn Dance. passed house
HR137 Commending Donna Dean Stevens. passed house
HR138 Commending Jeff Morse. passed house
HR139 Commending Brenda Sheridan. passed house
HR140 Commending Urban League Greater Richmond & Urban League Greater Richmond Young Professionals. passed house
HR141 Commending Jackie Baker. passed house
HR142 Commending Julius Norman. passed house
HR143 Commending Saundra Tomlinson. passed house
HR144 Commending Women of Grace, Strength, and Dignity. passed house
HR145 Commending Brothers Keepers. passed house
HR146 Commending Social4Good. passed house
HR147 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Titus Phillip Horton. passed house
HR148 Commending Mary Katherine Greenlaw. passed house
HR149 Commending Jared Antonio Farrow. passed house
HR150 Commending the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament. passed house
HR151 Celebrating the life of Mary Clyde James Carruth. passed house
HR152 Celebrating the life of Marie Brinkley Hill. passed house
HR153 Commending the Virginia Chamber of Commerce. passed house
HR154 Celebrating the life of Lauretta Atkinson Coleman. passed house
HR155 Celebrating the life of Magnolia Austin Latney. passed house
HR156 Celebrating the life of Stanley Tobias Wilson, Jr. passed house
HR157 Celebrating the life of Nessa Baskerville Johnson. passed house
HR158 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Clifford Boss Chambliss, Jr. passed house
HR159 Celebrating the life of Alberta May Anderson. passed house
HR160 Celebrating the life of Judith Maxine Nicholson Parker. passed house
HR161 Celebrating the life of Joseph C. Flannigan III. passed house
HR162 Commending the Reverend Tyler C. Millner, Sr. passed house
HR163 Celebrating the life of Lois C. Brown. passed house
HR164 Celebrating the life of Rita Louise Hubbard Russell. passed house
HR165 Celebrating the life of Brianna Kate Hinton-Lartz. passed house
HR166 Celebrating the life of Ethan Matthew Pitts, Jr. passed house
HR167 Commending the Honorable Kathy J. Byron. passed house
HR168 Celebrating the life of H. Louis Salomonsky. passed house
HR169 Celebrating the life of James Moore Stokely. passed house
HR170 Commending Liza Burrell-Aldana. passed house
HR171 Commending the Arlington Heights Civic Association and the Bibury Parish Council. passed house
HR172 Commending Sharon Y. Bowen. passed house
HR173 Commending Melissa Seek. passed house
HR174 Celebrating the life of Rachel Gayle Davis Fowlkes. passed house
HR175 Celebrating the life of Phyllis Ann Strouth. passed house
HR176 Celebrating the life of Lorraine Burchett Nicewonder. passed house
HR177 Commending the Honorable Michael P. Mullin. passed house
HR178 Commending Alpha Breast Cancer Support Service. passed house
HR179 Commending Gilbert A. Smith. passed house
HR180 Commending Denise Burrell Smith. passed house
HR181 Celebrating the life of Robert Wright Evans, Sr. passed house
HR182 Commending Gregg D. Kimball. passed house
HR183 Celebrating the life of James Samuel Gillespie, Jr. passed house
HR184 Celebrating the life of Phyllis Hatcher. passed house
HR185 Commending the Town of Mount Crawford. passed house
HR186 Commending the Honorable Roxann Robinson. introduced
HR187 Celebrating the life of Elbert Ray Lawson, Jr. introduced
HR188 Celebrating the life of Robert Lee Fultz, Sr. introduced
HR189 Celebrating the life of Virginia Belle Honeycutt Meador. introduced
HR190 Celebrating the life of William Reese Hess. introduced
HR191 Commending Shelia Lawson. introduced
HR192 Commending the Galax High School football team. introduced
HR193 Commending the Carroll County Middle School Future Farmers of America. introduced
HR194 Commending Howell's Grocery Store and Restaurant. introduced
HR195 Commending the Galax High School golf team. introduced
HR196 Commending the Patrick County High School baseball team. introduced
HR197 Celebrating the life of Kraig Kirk Kelican. introduced
HR198 Celebrating the life of Salvatore Torelli. introduced
HR199 Celebrating the life of Patricia Paige. introduced
HR200 Celebrating the life of Jesse Lester McReynolds. introduced
HR201 Celebrating the life of Danny Ross Lowe. introduced
HR202 Celebrating the life of Danny Edward Castle. introduced
HR203 Celebrating the life of Ben V. Mullins. introduced
HR204 Celebrating the life of Michael Eugene Holbrook. introduced
HR205 Commending Camp HOPE Norfolk. introduced
HR206 Commending Cassidy Hutchinson. introduced
HR207 Commending Kashvi Ramani. introduced
HR208 Commending Areen Syed. introduced
HR209 Commending Sharon Walston. introduced
HR210 Commending the Virginia Youth Poet Laureate ambassadors. introduced
HR211 Commending the Norfolk Family Justice Center. introduced
HR212 Celebrating the life of Vivian Ann Bland. passed house
HR213 Commending the Liberty Champion. introduced
HR214 Commending Karl Wilkins. passed house
HR215 Celebrating the life of Ronnie Jerome Everette, Jr. introduced
HR216 Commending Monica Wright Rogers. introduced
HR217 Commending the Spirit of Freedom marching band. introduced
HR218 Commending Healthy Families Rappahannock Area. introduced
HR219 Commending Stephon Hicks. introduced
HR220 Celebrating the life of William Delancy Frierson III. introduced
HR221 Commending Chief Master Sergeant Trevor C. Ball, VANG. introduced
HR222 Celebrating the life of Jackie Duckette Hunter. introduced
HR223 Commending the Honorable Thomas K. Norment, Jr. introduced
HR224 Celebrating the life of William Jesse Choate. introduced
HR225 Celebrating the life of Paul O. Bennett. introduced
HR226 Commending Paul Laurence Dunbar Middle School for Innovation. introduced
HR227 Commending the Jubilee Family Development Center. introduced
HR228 Commending Franklin Craig Meadows. introduced
HR229 Commending James Flinchum. introduced
HR230 Celebrating the life of Roger Smith. introduced
HR231 Commending the Glenvar High School boys' swim and dive team. introduced
HR232 Celebrating the life of James Robert Carter, Sr. introduced
HR233 Commending Denise Johnson. introduced
HR234 Commending the Electric Cooperatives Training Center in Palmyra. introduced
HR235 Commending Dave Becker. introduced
HR236 Commending Courtney Markowski. introduced
HR237 Commending the JK Community Farm. introduced
HR238 Celebrating the life of John Kenner Marlow. introduced
HR239 Commending the Nantucket-Treweryn Beagles. introduced
HR240 Celebrating the life of Diane Gay Flanagan. introduced
HR241 Celebrating the life of Carol DeLong. introduced
HR242 Commending Zeiders Enterprises. introduced
HR243 Commending Sam and Lillian Hill. introduced
HR244 Commending Tema Choir USA. introduced
HR245 Commending Connor Wright. introduced
HR246 Celebrating the life of Walter A. Marston, Jr. introduced
HR247 Commending Tommy Slaughter. introduced
HR248 Commending Lane Perry. introduced
HR249 Commending Coretha Gravely. introduced
HR250 Celebrating the life of Samuel Lee Green. introduced
HR251 Commending the Frank W. Cox High School wrestling team. introduced
HR252 Commending Kempsville Baptist Church. introduced
HR253 Commending Sue Sadler. introduced
HR254 Commending the Reverend Owen C. Cardwell, Jr., Ph.D. introduced
HR255 Commending Laurice Malbon Yarn. introduced
HR256 Commending the Prince William County 250 Committee. introduced
HR257 Commending Christopher Anthony Lunsford. introduced
HR258 Celebrating the life of Hulon L. Willis, Jr. introduced
HR259 Commending Darryll Greg Dowell, Jr. introduced
HR260 Commending the Honorable Dr. Dwight Clinton Jones. introduced
HR261 Commending the Swift Creek Middle School cheerleading team. introduced
HR262 Commending the Blacksburg High School boys' swim and dive team. introduced
HR263 Commending the Fontaine Ruritan Club. introduced
HR264 Celebrating the life of Henry Donald Campbell. introduced
HR265 Celebrating the life of Elmer Taylor Seay, Jr. introduced
HR266 Celebrating the life of Hulon L. Willis, Jr. introduced
HR267 Commending the Gainesville Middle School drama club. introduced
HR268 Commending Kim Keene. introduced
HR269 Commending Jessica Burgess, M.D. introduced
HR270 Commending Aliyah Elliott. introduced
HR271 Commending Felicia Williams. introduced
HR272 Celebrating the life of Helen Delores Bandy. introduced
HR273 Celebrating the life of James Marlin Patton. introduced
HR274 Commending Siren Skate Shop. introduced
HR275 Commending the Elizabeth River Trail Foundation. introduced
HR276 Commending Joseph Robinson. introduced
HR277 Celebrating the life of Command Sergeant Major Mack F. Rice, Sr., USA, Ret. introduced
HR278 Celebrating the life of Joshua Chamberlain Peck. introduced
HR279 Commending the Bold Mariner Brewing Company. introduced
HR280 Commending Connie Moslow. introduced
HR281 Commending the Honorable Mark Lee Keam. introduced
HR282 Celebrating the life of Carlton Haywood, Jr. introduced
HR283 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Thomas E. Harden, Jr. introduced
# Title Status
SB1 Minimum wage; increases wage to $13.50 per hour effective January 1, 2025. passed house
SB2 Assault firearms & certain ammunition, etc.; purchase, possession, sale, transfer, etc., prohibited. passed house
SB3 State Air Pollution Control Board; regulations, low-emissions and zero-emissions vehicle standards. dead
SB4 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain surviving spouses (voter referendum). passed
SB5 STEM+C Competition Team Grant Program and Fund; created and established. passed house
SB6 Restricted driver's license; issuance for multiple convictions of driving while intoxicated, etc. passed house
SB7 Hate crimes and discrimination; ethnic animosity, penalties. passed
SB8 Notary public or electronic notary public; application for recommission. passed house
SB9 Orange County; authorization to establish department of real estate assessment, etc. passed
SB10 Income tax, state; subtraction for tax, military retirement benefits, uniformed services. dead
SB11 Cruelty to animals; possession and ownership of animals. passed committee
SB12 Children's advocacy centers; definitions, investigations by local departments of social services. passed
SB13 Child day programs; use of office buildings, waiver of zoning requirements. passed house
SB14 Sales and use tax, local; additional tax authorized in counties & cities to support schools. passed house
SB15 Reproductive health care services; prohibition on extradition for certain criminal violations. passed house
SB16 Search warrants, subpoenas, court orders, or other process; menstrual health data prohibited. passed house
SB17 Motor sports facilities; local incentives. passed house
SB18 Virginia Public Procurement Act; construction management & design-build contracting. passed committee
SB19 Recovery residences; death and serious injury reports. passed
SB20 Deferred dispositions; expungement of police and court records. passed house
SB21 Students w/disabilities; SCHEV to study process used to determine eligibility for accommodations. passed house
SB22 Dentist and Dental Hygienist Compact; authorizes VA to become a signatory to the Compact, eff. date. passed
SB23 Juveniles; adjudication of delinquency. passed house
SB24 Long-term services and supports screening; expedited screening and screening exemption. passed house
SB25 Virginia Brownfield and Coal Mine Renewable Energy Grant Fund and Program; allocation of funds. passed
SB26 Alcoholic beverage control; public consumption on premises of certain campgrounds. passed committee
SB27 Public School Trades Incentive Fund and Program; created and established. dead
SB28 School boards; powers and duties, policies regarding cell phones and other handheld devices. passed committee
SB29 Budget Bill. in committee
SB30 Budget Bill. in committee
SB31 Companion Animal Surgical Sterilization Program and Fund; established and created. dead
SB32 Voter registration; verification of social security numbers, provisional registration status. dead
SB33 Certified registered nurse anesthetists; supervision during an operation or procedure. dead
SB34 Temporary detention; certified evaluators, report. passed committee
SB35 Renewal of licensure; Boards of Medicine & Nursing to require Bd. of Nursing, etc., cont. ed. reqd. passed
SB36 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; definitions. passed house
SB37 Sage's Law; minor students experiencing gender incongruence, parental notification. dead
SB38 Admission to bail; creates rebuttable presumptions against bail. dead
SB39 Kinship as foster care; placement of child with foster parent. passed house
SB40 Foster care; DSS to establish task force to assess use of benefits. dead
SB41 Jails, local; compensation for cost of incarceration as calculated in report. dead
SB42 Absentee voting; availability of voting in person. dead
SB43 Persons with disabilities; creates a helpline program within disAbility Law Center of Virginia. dead
SB44 Abuse and neglect of children; causing or enabling child to gain possession of a firearm, penalty. passed
SB45 Voter identification; identification containing a photograph required. incorporated
SB46 Higher educational institutions, public; admissions applications, legacy admissions, etc. passed
SB47 Firearm; transfers to another person from a prohibited person. passed
SB48 Vacant buildings; registration. passed
SB49 Community revitalization fund; expanding use for all localities. passed
SB50 Eviction Diversion Pilot Program; extends expiration of Program to July 1, 2025. passed
SB51 Online transition resources; DARS, et al., to ensure dissemination and availability. passed house
SB52 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses, penalty. dead
SB53 State Air Pollution Control Board; motor vehicle emissions standards. incorporated
SB54 Early childhood care and education system; unspent funding balances, report. passed house
SB55 Firearms; waiting period for purchase, penalty. incorporated
SB56 Carrying within Capitol Square & surrounding area, etc., exceptions. dead
SB57 Concealed handgun; carrying onto the premises of any restaurant, penalty. passed subcommittee
SB58 Retail sales and use tax holiday; establishes an annual tax holiday that takes place in August. incorporated
SB59 Federal Medicaid Works program; DMAS to convene work group to study, etc. passed committee
SB60 Individualized education program; guidelines for teams relating to age-appropriate instruction. passed committee
SB61 Income tax, state; establishes a subtraction for firefighter benefits. dead
SB62 New College Institute; duties. dead
SB63 Termination of trust; notice requirements. passed
SB64 Retail sales and use tax holiday; establishes an annual tax holiday that takes place in August. incorporated
SB65 Issuing citations; defective and unsafe equipment. dead
SB66 Towing without consent of vehicle owner; prohibited acts by towing and recovery operator. passed house
SB67 Limitation on sentence upon revocation of suspension of sentence; technical violations. dead
SB68 Elementary and secondary schools; participation in female sports, civil cause of action. dead
SB69 Law-enforcement officers; minimum qualifications for positions of chief of police, etc. passed house
SB70 SNAP; employment and training. dead
SB71 Higher educational institutions, public; admissions applications, legacy admissions, etc. incorporated
SB72 Virginia Parent Data Portal; creation and maintenance by Board of Education. dead
SB73 Photo-monitoring system for traffic signals; retired law-enforcement officials to review violations. dead
SB74 Prescription Monitoring Program; release of records to drug court administrators. passed
SB75 Early childhood care and education; publicly funded providers, exemption from licensure. incorporated
SB76 Child day centers operated by religious institutions; exemption from licensure. dead
SB77 Larceny; punishment for conviction of fourth or subsequent misdemeanor, penalty. dead
SB78 Campaign advertisements; definitions, independent expenditures, electioneering communications. dead
SB79 Government buildings, certain; net-zero energy consumption building design for schools. dead
SB80 Time served on probation; DOC to describe practices for community supervision. passed committee
SB81 Voter identification; identification containing a photograph required. dead
SB82 Concealed handgun permit; changes to a concealed weapons permit. dead
SB83 Home instruction; removes certain criteria for parents. dead
SB84 Students who receive home instruction; participation in interscholastic programs, fees, etc. dead
SB85 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; definition of 'caregiver,' remote participation in meetings. passed house
SB86 Evidence; spoliation. stricken
SB87 Health insurance provider panels; incentives for mental health services. passed house
SB88 Law-enforcement and jail officers; various changes to provisions related to decertification. passed house
SB89 Fort Monroe Authority; powers and duties. passed
SB90 Fort Monroe Authority; land and utility ownership. passed
SB91 Paid sick leave; home health workers providing agency-directed services. dead
SB92 Voter registration; registering in person up to the day of the election. dead
SB93 Animal cruelty registries, local; any locality allowed to establish registry for public access. passed committee
SB94 Tow truck drivers and towing and recovery operators; prohibited acts, certain solicitation. passed house
SB95 Preliminary analysis of breath to determine alcoholic content of blood; failure to advise person. passed house
SB96 Parental Behavior Technician Registration and Participation Pilot Program; established. dead
SB97 Motor vehicles; improper tinting films, signs, decals, and stickers, issuing citations. dead
SB98 Health insurance; if prior authorization request is approved for prescription drugs. passed house
SB99 Assault firearms; carrying in public areas prohibited, penalty. passed house
SB100 Plastic firearms and unfinished frames, etc.; manufacture, import, etc. prohibited, penalties. passed
SB101 Marriage lawful regardless of sex, gender, or race of parties; issuance of marriage license. passed
SB102 Wills and trusts; tangible personal property, nonexoneration. passed house
SB103 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; exemptions for vehicle transfers, limited liability companies. dead
SB104 Teachers; process and timeline for increasing salary. passed house
SB105 Elementary and secondary education achievement; At-Risk Program established. passed house
SB106 Portsmouth, City of; amending charter, relating to city council, etc.. passed
SB107 Campaign finance; fundraising during special sessions prohibited. dead
SB108 Income tax, state; standard deduction. dead
SB109 Candidates; declaration of candidacy for primary. passed house
SB110 Sales tax; exemption for food purchased for human consumption and essential personal hygiene. dead
SB111 Drug Control Act; adds certain chemicals to Schedules I, II, IV, and V of Act. passed house
SB112 Colonial Heights, City of; amending charter, relating to duties of city manager, etc. passed
SB113 Veterans' Fellowship for State Government Pilot Program; created, report. dead
SB114 Local tax credits; emergency services providers. dead
SB115 Child abuse and neglect; custody and visitation, possession or consumption of authorized substances. passed
SB116 Retail sales and use tax holiday; establishes an annual tax holiday that takes place in August. passed house
SB117 American Revolution 250 Commission; amends membership and staffing. passed house
SB118 Health insurance; coverage for doula care services. passed house
SB119 Drug manufacturers; permitting and registration, certain conditions related to 340B-covered drugs. passed committee
SB120 Hate crimes and discrimination; ethnic animosity, penalties. incorporated
SB121 Trees; conservation during land development process in certain localities. passed
SB122 Pharmaceutical Services, Office of; establishes in Department of General Services, report. dead
SB123 Improvements, repairs, or maintenance of property; entering adjoining property, petition for entry. dead
SB124 Sports betting; permitted on Virginia college sports. dead
SB125 Behavioral Health Commission; changes composition of membership. passed house
SB126 Personal property; tax relief for qualifying vehicles, reimbursement and appropriation. dead
SB127 School counselors; public school staffing ratios, increases specialized student support positions. incorporated
SB128 Public schools; Standards of Quality funding calculations. incorporated
SB129 Forest Sustainability Fund; fund allocation. passed house
SB130 Virginia Retirement System; service retirement allowance, hazardous duty. dead
SB131 Primary elections; candidates for nomination, withdrawal of candidacy. passed committee
SB132 Health Insurance Reform Commission; assessment of certain legislation, report. passed
SB133 Physician assistants; practice agreement exemption. passed house
SB134 Economic Development Authority; board of supervisors of Craig Co to appoint one member to Authority. passed
SB135 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; eligible site for site development grant. passed house
SB136 Local government; prohibition on certain appointments. dead
SB137 Electric utilities; SCC to ensure energy policy at lowest reasonable cost. dead
SB138 Permissible venue; personal injury and wrongful death actions, appointment of administrator. passed
SB139 High school graduation; alternative pathways to advanced studies diploma & associated diploma seals. dead
SB140 Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Team; created, penalty, report. dead
SB141 Organizations, certain; State Department of Health's regulation on sale of food. dead
SB142 Public school teachers; licensure requirements, issuance of a one-year local eligibility license. passed committee
SB143 Railroad safety; requirements for railroad companies. passed
SB144 Nolle prosequi or dismissal without prejudice prior to preliminary hearing; subsequent indictment. passed house
SB145 Special conservators of peace; armed security officer registration. passed house
SB146 Sales tax, local; Prince Edward County added to list of localities that are authorized to impose. incorporated
SB147 Election administration; recommended number of deputy general registrars. dead
SB148 Securities Act; an issuer or seller of digital token shall be exempt from registration requirements. incorporated
SB149 1915(c) Home & Community Based Services Medicaid Waivers; federal authority state plan amendments. incorporated
SB150 Warning light units, certain; increases number of units person may equip on one vehicle, etc. passed house
SB151 Special identification cards; reduces fee for issuance, renewal, etc. passed house
SB152 Electric utilities; retail competition, aggregated competitive purchasers. dead
SB153 Medical Ethics Defense Act; established. stricken
SB154 Advance Health Care Planning Registry; amendment of regulations. passed house
SB155 Va. Health Workforce Development Authority; powers and duties, definition. passed committee
SB156 Financial Services Expansion Grant Fund; established. passed house
SB157 Legal notices and publications; online-only news publications, requirements. passed
SB158 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; technical advisory committee; appointed by Authority. passed house
SB159 Higher Education for Virginia, State Council of; membership. passed
SB160 State Air Pollution Control Board; regulations, low-emissions and zero-emissions vehicle standards. incorporated
SB161 High school graduation; alternative pathway to advanced studies diploma & associated diploma seal. dead
SB162 Kinship as Foster Care Prevention Program; established, placement of children with relatives. incorporated
SB163 Southwest Regional Recreation Authority; powers. dead
SB164 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, artificial intelligence disclosure. dead
SB165 Candidates for office; petition of qualified voters, start date. passed house
SB166 Financial institutions; consumer has option of completing certain payments electronically. passed house
SB167 Candidates; declaration of candidacy for primary and write-in votes. dead
SB168 Alcoholic beverage control; food-to-beverage ratio. passed committee
SB169 Virginia Rap Back Service; criminal history record monitoring. passed
SB170 Out-of-school time programs; exemptions from licensure, conditions and requirements. dead
SB171 Zoning; enhanced civil penalties for violations involving nonpermitted commercial uses. dead
SB172 Militia state active duty; cyber-related support. dead
SB173 Adult day care centers; name changes to adult day centers throughout the Code. passed
SB174 Financial institutions; reporting financial exploitation of elderly or vulnerable adults. passed house
SB175 Persons other than ministers who may perform rites of marriage; former statewide legislators. passed house
SB176 Civil commitments & temporary detention orders; def. of mental illness neurocognitive disorders. passed committee
SB177 Employee designation and payment policies; nursing staff at state psychiatric hospitals. passed committee
SB178 State Inspector General, Office of the; investigations of abuse/neglect at state psychiatric hosp. passed house
SB179 State hospitals; discharge planning. passed house
SB180 Alcoholic beverage control. passed house
SB181 Public elementary and secondary schools; cardiac emergency response plans required. in committee
SB182 Alcoholic beverage control; advertisements. passed
SB183 Income tax, state; eligible low-income taxpayers to claim a refundable tax credit. dead
SB184 Geology; expands definition of geological mapping. passed
SB185 E-Verify program; every employer to enroll in program by January 1, 2025. dead
SB186 Wholesale prescription drug importation program; Sec. of Health and Human Resources to establish. passed committee
SB187 Special education; revised staffing requirements, report. incorporated
SB188 Election of certain governing bodies; conversion to single-member districts. in committee
SB189 Virginia Beach, City of; amending charter, transition of city council. passed
SB190 Recovery residences; certification requirements, death and serious injury reports, report. incorporated
SB191 Electric utilities; data center demand, allocation of costs among customer classes. dead
SB192 Sales and use tax exemption; data centers. dead
SB193 Fleeing from a law-enforcement officer; penalty. stricken
SB194 Tangible personal property tax; classification of certain vehicles, removes sunset date. passed house
SB195 Uniform Statewide Building Code; Board of HCD to convene advisory group to evaluate, report. passed committee
SB196 Voter registration; list maintenance data standards, challenges to a voter's registration. passed
SB197 Attorney General; instituting or conducting criminal prosecutions. dead
SB198 License plates; creates plates for collector motor vehicles, penalty. dead
SB199 High school graduation requirements; satisfaction of elective course credits. passed house
SB200 Legal notices; locality to advertise on their website. dead
SB201 Virginia Critical Operation for a Disappeared Child Initiative (CODI) Alert Program; created. passed house
SB202 Health insurance; disclosure of summary health information. dead
SB203 Firearms-related offenses; mandatory minimum sentences, penalty. dead
SB204 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; release of criminal investigative files exception. passed house
SB205 Toll invoices; mail. passed house
SB206 Law-enforcement purposes; installation, maintenance, & operation of devices in highway right-of-way. incorporated
SB207 Law-enforcement officers, certain; universal certification. passed house
SB208 Juveniles; confidentiality of Department records, law-enforcement access, victim notification. dead
SB209 Adoption; award of damages, death by wrongful act. passed house
SB210 Auto sears and trigger activators; prohibition on manufacture, importation, sale, etc., penalty. passed house
SB211 Protective orders; venue. passed house
SB212 Virginia Small Business Economic Development Act; established. passed house
SB213 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; early termination for military personnel, stop. passed
SB214 Corporation, limited liability company, etc.; service of garnishment summons. passed house
SB215 FOIA; removal of Virginia residency requirement for access to certain criminal investigation files. passed house
SB216 License plates, special; issuance of plates marking 250th anniversary of the American Revolution. passed house
SB217 Virginia Business Ready Expedited Permitting Program; created, report. passed house
SB218 Retirement system; certain animal control officers to receive benefits. dead
SB219 Va. Nat'l Guard State Tuition Assistance Program; provisions relating to eligibility for grants. dead
SB220 Special education and related services; changes relating to services for children with disabilities. passed house
SB221 Firearms; use, display, or concealment in committing certain felonies, penalty. incorporated
SB222 Commonwealth information security; definitions, requirements. passed house
SB223 Unlawful picketing or parading to obstruct or influence justice; penalty. dead
SB224 Voter registration; cancellation of registration by voter convicted of a felony. incorporated
SB225 School bd. policy; parental notification of responsibility of safe storage of firearms in household. passed house
SB226 Highway use fee; DMV to convene work group to determine tiered flat rate system, report. dead
SB227 Public school funding; places several parameters on SOQ funding calculations performed by DOE. incorporated
SB228 Public schools; funding for English language learner students and children with disabilities. incorporated
SB229 Breakthrough Therapies for Veteran Suicide Prevention, Advisory Council on; placement of Council. dead
SB230 Electric utilities; energy efficiency programs, duty to implement the Energy Policy, etc.. dead
SB231 Children; comprehensive health care coverage program for certain individuals. dead
SB232 Manufactured home parks; resident rights. passed
SB233 Faith in Housing for the Commonwealth Act; construction of affordable housing. dead
SB234 Parking Lot Solar Development Program; established, report. dead
SB235 Sexually explicit content; policies on parental notification of instructional material. passed
SB236 Aggregated, nonconfidential case data; requests for reports of academic research. passed
SB237 Contraception; establishes right to obtain, applicability, enforcement. passed house
SB238 Health insurance; coverage for contraceptive drugs and devices. passed house
SB239 Social Work Licensure Compact; authorizes Virginia to become a signatory to Compact. passed house
SB240 Property tax; exemption for surviving spouses of armed forces members who died in the line of duty. passed house
SB241 Workers' compensation; notice of right to dispute claim. passed committee
SB242 Virginia Public Procurement Act; competitive negotiation, exceptions to contractual terms. passed house
SB243 PFAS Expert Advisory Committee; established, monitoring sources. passed house
SB244 FOIA; meetings held through electronic communication during declared states of emergency. passed
SB245 Energy, Department of; building standards for certain local buildings. passed committee
SB246 Limited-duration licenses and driver privilege cards and permits; extends validity. passed house
SB247 Building service employees; public contracting. dead
SB248 Virginia Petroleum Products Franchise Act; agreements between jobber/distributors and dealers. passed house
SB249 Virginia Public Procurement Act; construction management and design-build contracting. incorporated
SB250 Remote ultrasound procedures and fetal non-stress tests; DMAS to modify state plan for assistance. passed house
SB251 Content manufacturing tax credit; removes sunset for the motion picture credit, redesignates credit. dead
SB252 Consumer Data Protection Act; controller privacy notice, consumer consent. dead
SB253 Shared solar programs; amends existing program provisions to apply to Dominion Energy Virginia. passed house
SB254 Optometrists; expert witness testimony. passed
SB255 Shared solar programs; SCC to establish by regulation, etc. passed house
SB256 Motor vehicle insurance; bad faith for refusal of claims. passed house
SB257 Insurance; annual actual loss ratio report by dental carriers. passed house
SB258 Substantial risk orders or factors. passed house
SB259 Civil actions filed on behalf of multiple persons; types of class actions. passed house
SB260 Virginia Public Procurement Act; Virginia resident preference. passed house
SB261 Towed vehicles; stolen or misused vehicle, police report. passed house
SB262 Virginia Beach, City of; amending charter, expansion of board of equalization. passed house
SB263 Investigation prior to release; input from the attorney for the Commonwealth. dead
SB264 Student online activity data; definition, data collection, monitoring and restrictions. in subcommittee
SB265 Law-enforcement officers, full-time or part-time; protected personal information. dead
SB266 Animal control officers; additional training. dead
SB267 Local wetlands boards; permit application approval. stricken
SB268 Marine Resources Commission; permits, public notice. dead
SB269 General oyster-planting ground leases; Marine Resources Commission. stricken
SB270 Presidential primaries; ranked choice voting, effective clause. dead
SB271 Net energy metering; eligible customer-generators and agricultural customer-generators. passed house
SB272 English language learner expenditures, etc.; DOE to develop and implement data collection process. passed house
SB273 Firearms; waiting period for purchases, penalty. passed
SB274 Prescription Drug Affordability Board; established, drug cost affordability review, report. passed house
SB275 Marine Resources Commission; certain permits in the Lynnhaven River and its tributaries prohibited. stricken
SB276 Phase I and Phase II Utilities; SCC to study feasibility of an energy upgrade program. passed committee
SB277 Certificate of public need; expedited review process, etc. passed committee
SB278 Virginia Abortion Care & Gender-Affirming Health Care Protection Act; established, civil penalties. dead
SB279 Virginia Commonwealth University Health System Authority; board of directors membership. dead
SB280 Health care; decision-making, definitions, medical aid in dying, penalties. in committee
SB281 Family cemeteries; interment rights, proof of kinship. passed committee
SB282 Virginia Highway Safety Improvement Program; use of surplus funds for Program. dead
SB283 School meals; community eligibility provision, report. passed committee
SB284 Siting of data centers; impacts on resources and historically significant sites. dead
SB285 Siting of data centers; site assessment. dead
SB286 Electric utilities; underground transmission lines. dead
SB287 Comprehensive community colleges; authority to offer and confer certain baccalaureate degrees. dead
SB288 Data centers; noise abatement. dead
SB289 Stormwater management regulations; enterprise data center operations. dead
SB290 Guardians and conservators; order of appointment and certificate of qualification, annual report. passed
SB291 Court-appointed guardians; training; powers and duties. passed house
SB292 Guardianship and conservatorship; report of guardian ad litem. passed house
SB293 Guardianship and conservatorship; duties and powers of guardian and conservator. dead
SB294 Local tax; penalties and interest. dead
SB295 Foreign adversaries; restrictions, civil penalty. dead
SB296 Local planning commission; action on proposed plats, site plans, and development plans. passed committee
SB297 Agricultural best management practices tax credit; extends sunset date. passed house
SB298 Conservation tillage and precision agricultural application equipment; tax credit for purchase. passed house
SB299 Cave Board; repeals provisions relating to establishment and transfers duties to BCR. stricken
SB300 Voter registration; list maintenance activities, required identification information. in committee
SB301 Campaign finance; appeal of penalties. passed subcommittee
SB302 Virginia First Manufacturing Incentive Program; Manufacturing Development Commission to create. dead
SB303 Voting equipment and systems; State Board approval process, printed receipt for cast ballot. dead
SB304 Zoning; development and use of accessory dwelling units. dead
SB305 Gas-powered leaf blowers; local prohibition or regulation, civil penalty. dead
SB306 Invasive plant species; retail sales, civil penalty. passed committee
SB307 Electronic gaming devices; regulation, penalties. dead
SB308 Residential dwelling units; rentals for 30 consecutive days or longer. passed committee
SB309 Smithfield, Town of; amending charter, municipal elections, repealing outdated provisions. passed
SB310 Nonfamily adoptions; creates a $4,000 nonrefundable tax credit for taxable years 2024 through 2028. dead
SB311 Violence prevention services benefits; DMAS to investigate programs in other states. dead
SB312 Independent Living Community Ombudsman, Office of; established. dead
SB313 Solar energy facilities; regulations regarding mandatory solar disclosures, report. passed house
SB314 Farm to School Program Task Force; Department of Education to establish. passed house
SB315 Voter registration; registration of DMV customers, updates to existing registration. dead
SB316 Trees; Town of Vienna allowed to require subdivision/development provide for preservation, etc. dead
SB317 Alcoholic beverage control; farm winery licenses, requirements and privileges. stricken
SB318 Hunger-Free Campus Grant Program; established, report. dead
SB319 Firearms; purchase, etc., following an assault & battery against a person in dating relationship. incorporated
SB320 WIC applicants; DH to provide information to food banks regarding providing assistance. dead
SB321 Administrative and civil proceedings; protected information, newspersons engaged in journalism. passed house
SB322 Primary evacuation routes; statewide prioritization process. dead
SB323 Percy Lee House, III Mem. Bridge; designates bridge on Otterdam Rd. over I-95 in Greensville County. passed committee
SB324 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; charges for production of public records. passed house
SB325 Vital records; birth certificates, adoption, members of the military. passed
SB326 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. dead
SB327 Firearms, certain; age requirement to purchase, def. of 'assault firearm' & 'handgun,' penalty. passed house
SB328 Virginia Retirement System; enhanced retirement benefits for 911 dispatchers. dead
SB329 Compost and other products containing organic soil amendments infrastructure; civil penalty. in committee
SB330 Real estate board; continuing education requirements for real estate brokers and salespersons. passed
SB331 Hysterectomies and oophorectomies; DHP shall review informed consent requirements. in committee
SB332 Misdemeanor; maximum term of confinement. dead
SB333 State plan for medical assistance services; fertility preservation treatments, etc. dead
SB334 Plea agreements and court orders; prohibited provisions. passed house
SB335 Health insurance; coverage for fertility preservation treatments. incorporated
SB336 Photo speed monitoring devices; high-risk intersection segments. passed house
SB337 Eastern Virginia Groundwater Management Area; continued withdrawal permit for residential well. passed committee
SB338 Gun violence; JLARC to study effects on communities. passed committee
SB339 Blockchain technology, digital asset mining, etc.; Bureau of Financial Inst. of SCC to study. passed committee
SB340 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exclusions from mandatory disclosure, purchase card statement. passed house
SB341 Common interest communities; foreclosure remedy. passed
SB342 Virginia Waste Management Board; open burning of solid wastes, transportation of vegetative waste. passed house
SB343 Military centered community zones; localities may establish, by ordinance, one or more zones. passed house
SB344 Charitable gaming; clarifies definition of 'social organization.' passed house
SB345 Casino gaming; limits on required local referendums. incorporated
SB346 Net energy metering; solar interconnection, cost recovery. dead
SB347 VA Military Survivors & Dependents Education Program; work group to evaluate, etc., Program. dead
SB348 Gaming; posting of illegal gaming tip line information. incorporated
SB349 Vehicle inspections; extends timeframe for new motor vehicles. dead
SB350 Virginia Human Rights Act; right to sue. passed committee
SB351 Advanced practice registered nurses and licensed certified midwives; joint licensing. dead
SB352 Teachers; changes to provisions relating to licensure and certification, reciprocity. passed house
SB353 Commercial driver's licenses & learner's permits; definitions, training, drug & alcohol violations. passed house
SB354 Real estate contract disclosures, certain; establishment by localities prohibited. passed committee
SB355 VA Self-Service Storage Act; rental agreement may be delivered and accepted electronically. passed
SB356 Court-appointed counsel; raises limitation of fees that counsel can receive for representation. passed house
SB357 Assault and battery of a law-enforcement officer; penalty. passed house
SB358 Real estate broker; definition. passed
SB359 Consumer Data Protection Act; social media platforms, addictive feed. dead
SB360 Employment; definitions, covenants not to compete prohibited, limitations, civil penalty. dead
SB361 Consumer Data Protection Act; protections for children. passed committee
SB362 Drug offenders; eligibility for first-time disposition. passed
SB363 Firearm; removing, altering, selling, etc., or possessing w/removed, etc., serial number, penalty. passed house
SB364 Elections; protection of electors and election officials, penalty, civil action. passed subcommittee
SB365 Regulated land-disturbing activities; submission and approval of erosion and sediment control plan. passed
SB366 Local anti-rent gouging authority; civil penalty. dead
SB367 Fentanyl and Heroin Enforcement, Task Force on; established, report. passed committee
SB368 Firearms; storage in residence where minor or person prohibited from possessing is present, penalty. passed
SB369 Fowl or companion animals; maiming, killing, or poisoning, penalty. in committee
SB370 Employer seeking wage or salary history of prospective employees; prohibited. passed house
SB371 Planning districts; King George County. dead
SB372 Combined sewer overflow outfalls; compliance with regulations, Chesapeake Bay Watershed. passed
SB373 Paid family and medical leave insurance program; notice requirements, civil action. passed house
SB374 Collective bargaining by public employees; labor organization representation. dead
SB375 New Market, Town of; new charter (previous charter repealed). passed house
SB376 Health insurance; limit on cost-sharing payments for prescription drugs under certain plans. dead
SB377 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use of campaign funds, complaints, hearings, civil penalty. dead
SB378 State correctional facilities; DOC to provide telephone calls and communication services. dead
SB379 Public high schools; SOL curriculum guidelines for research-based hazing prevention instruction. passed
SB380 School board policies; alternative educational opportunities. dead
SB381 Unemployment compensation; determinations & decisions by deputy. passed house
SB382 Unemployment compensation; collection of overpayments, limitations. passed house
SB383 Firearm/explosive material; carrying w/in Capitol Square or bldg. owned or leased by Commonwealth. passed
SB384 Human smuggling; penalties. in subcommittee
SB385 Artificial intelligence technology; use in education. stricken
SB386 Magistrates; certain minimum standards for security and accessibility in quarters. passed
SB387 Public elementary and secondary schools; policies and requirements relating to naloxone. incorporated
SB388 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, mandatory fees disclosure. passed committee
SB389 Autism Advisory Council; reestablished, report. passed committee
SB390 SUDP; Office of Chief Medical Examiner to publish information on its website. dead
SB391 Employee protections; medicinal use of cannabis oil. passed house
SB392 Hospitals; emergency departments to have at least one licensed physician on duty at all times. passed house
SB393 MEI Project Approval Commission; board-level gender and diversity requirements. passed house
SB394 Carnal knowledge and sexual battery; persons detained or arrested by a law-enforcement officer. passed committee
SB395 Public elementary & secondary schools; student athletes, pre-participation mental health assessment. dead
SB396 Virginia Retirement System; service retirement allowance for certain judges. dead
SB397 Gaming; posting of illegal gaming tip line information. passed house
SB398 Protective orders; respondent to notify court of change of address. passed house
SB399 Six-year financial plan; modifies requirements for plans submitted by Governor to General Assembly. passed house
SB400 Alcoholic beverage control; annual mixed beverage performing arts facility licenses. passed house
SB401 Military leaves of absence for employees of the Commonwealth, etc.; includes prof. firefighters. passed house
SB402 Blue catfish; DACS, et al., to convene work group to support efforts to create a robust market. passed committee
SB403 Behavioral health technicians, etc.; scope of practice, supervision, and qualifications. passed committee
SB404 Certificate of public need; hospitals licensed by DBHDS psychiatric beds. dead
SB405 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; fee disclosure statement. passed house
SB406 Political campaign advertisements; advertisements sponsored by a person or nonparty committee. dead
SB407 Interstate Teacher Mobility Compact; enters the Commonwealth into Compact. stricken
SB408 Charitable organization; registration fees, solicitation of contributions. dead
SB409 Energy efficiency and climate standards; more stringent energy efficiency and climate requirements. dead
SB410 Governor's Major Entertainment Opportunity Fund; renames Governor's Motion Picture Opportunity Fund. dead
SB411 Transparency in Publicly Funded Animal Testing Facilities, Task Force on; VDACS to convene. passed committee
SB412 Rabies clinics; animal vaccination and microchip services. passed committee
SB413 Local government; standardization of public notice requirements for certain meetings, hearings, etc. passed house
SB414 Tire stewardship program; established, report. dead
SB415 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; amends definition of 'meeting.' passed house
SB416 Alcoholic beverage control; tied house exception. stricken
SB417 Adult protective services; created central registry of substantiated complaints of adult abuse, etc. dead
SB418 Virginia Museum of Transportation; established. dead
SB419 Family caregiver; creates a nonrefundable income tax credit for taxable years 2024 through 2028. dead
SB420 Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind; Board of Visitors, expands membership, powers & duties. passed house
SB421 Foster Child Scholarship Program; established, report. dead
SB422 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; prohibited provisions, fees for maintenance. passed committee
SB423 Cannabis control; retail market, penalties. incorporated
SB424 Admission to bail; act of violence. passed house
SB425 Health insurance; ethics and fairness in carrier business practices. passed
SB426 Pari-mutuel wagering; historical horse racing, percentage retained for distribution. passed
SB427 Petition for modification of a sentence; eligibility, procedures. dead
SB428 Elections; any local or constitutional office may be conducted by ranked choice voting. passed subcommittee
SB429 Casino gaming; eligible host cities. stricken
SB430 Residential development in certain areas; affordable housing. dead
SB431 School boards; expands availability of allowable alternatives for pupil transportation. dead
SB432 Consumer Data Protection Act; protections for children. dead
SB433 SLIFE; Board of Education to develop and adopt policies related to supporting students. passed committee
SB434 Public schools; changes to student instructional time in public elementary & secondary schools. dead
SB435 Education, Board of; through-year growth assessment system, alternatives during 2024-2026. passed house
SB436 Workforce Development and Advancement, Department of; changes title of Director to Commissioner. passed house
SB437 Real estate brokers; definitions, prohibits certain locations from being used as places of business. passed house
SB438 Juvenile detention home, group home, and residential care facility commissions; membership. dead
SB439 Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Commission; established, report. passed committee
SB440 School protection officers; employment in public schools. dead
SB441 School boards; employment verification, requirement. passed house
SB442 Computer trespass; class 6 felony if committed against any elementary and secondary schools. in subcommittee
SB443 Public schools; transfer and management of scholastic records, disclosure of information in court. passed
SB444 School boards; placement in alternative education programs; disclosure of certain information. passed committee
SB445 Veterans and active duty members of the Armed Forces; credit for service, teacher salary scale. dead
SB446 Environmental Resources, Board of; created. dead
SB447 Firearm in unattended motor vehicle; civil penalty. passed
SB448 Cannabis control; establishes a framework for creation of a retail marijuana market, penalties. passed house
SB449 Juveniles; juvenile correctional centers, eligibility for parole. passed house
SB450 Towing fees; State Corporation Commission to examine existing regulation of fees. passed committee
SB451 Income tax, corporate; distribution of revenues to state parks. dead
SB452 Motor vehicle dealers; exam for independent dealer-operator recertification. passed house
SB453 Emissions inspections; agreement for services and service charge fees. passed house
SB454 Electric utilities; recovery of development costs associated with small modular reactor. passed committee
SB455 Wildlife Corridor Grant Fund; created, report. dead
SB456 Corrections Ombudsman, Office of the Department of; created, annual report. passed committee
SB457 Driving Decarbonization Program and Fund; established and created. dead
SB458 Virginia Retirement System; plan credits and accounts. passed house
SB459 Income tax, state; rolling conformity. dead
SB460 Minors; parental admission for inpatient treatment. passed
SB461 Forest canopy and health assessment; DOF to convene advisory committee to study. passed committee
SB462 PFAS; facilities that have engaged in manufacture, etc., to produce report on use of chemicals. incorporated
SB463 Accountancy, Board of; powers and duties, repeals requirement for an annual audit of the Board. passed
SB464 Fisheries Innovation for Sustainable Harvest Fund; created. passed house
SB465 Virginia Land Conservation Foundation; land trusts that have been accredited, etc. dead
SB466 Line of Duty Act; benefits for campus and private police officers. in committee
SB467 Foster care; diversionary placements, alternative living arrangements. incorporated
SB468 Bath County and Augusta County School Boards; cost-savings agreements, requirements. dead
SB469 Controlled substances; manufacturing, selling, giving, distributing misbranded drugs, etc. passed committee
SB470 Uniform Statutory Rule Against Perpetuities; trusts, certain nonvested property interests. passed
SB471 Powers of attorney, certain; transfer on death deeds. passed house
SB472 Virginia Retirement System; enhanced retirement benefits for 911 dispatchers. incorporated
SB473 Administrative Process Act; requirement of executive branch agencies. stricken
SB474 School Construction Fund and Program; definitions. passed committee
SB475 Pulaski, Town of; amending charter, municipal elections. passed
SB476 Earned sentence credits; inchoate offenses, concurrent and consecutive sentences. dead
SB477 Blighted and derelict properties in certain localities; rate of tax. passed house
SB478 Vacant bldg. registration; Town of Waverly with authority to require owner to register annually. incorporated
SB479 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; enforcement by localities. passed house
SB480 Public utilities; municipal utilities, disconnection of service, consumer protections. passed house
SB481 Abolition of juvenile fines and fees; criminal offenses. dead
SB482 Juveniles; expungement and sealing of court records. dead
SB483 Tangible personal property tax; exemption for indoor agriculture equipment and machinery. passed house
SB484 Public schools; youth and community violence prevention. passed house
SB485 Employee protections; employer-sponsored meetings on political matters, civil action. dead
SB486 Natural gas; certain pipeline expansion unlawful in Planning District 19 (Crater Region). dead
SB487 Artificial intelligence by public bodies; prohibitions. passed committee
SB488 Personal care services; DMAS to review requirements related to payments. passed committee
SB489 VA residential development infrastructure fund; feasibility of establishing, report. passed committee
SB490 Maternal Mortality Review Team; expansion plan, report. stricken
SB491 Firearm industry members; creates standards of responsible conduct, civil liability. passed
SB492 Va. Public Procurement Act; procurement of electric vehicles, forced and child labor prohibition. dead
SB493 Medical malpractice; limitations on recovery, certain actions. dead
SB494 Live-in domestic workers; overtime pay for certain employees. passed committee
SB495 RPS eligible sources; falling water generation facilities. passed committee
SB496 Virginia Growth and Opportunity Act; Virginia investment performance grants. passed committee
SB497 Temporary detention order; alternative transportation. passed house
SB498 School-connected overdoses; policies relating to parental notification and response, requirements. passed house
SB499 Health insurance; coverage for donor human milk. dead
SB500 Electric utilities; integrated resource plans, grid-enhancing technologies and advanced conductors. dead
SB501 Virginia College Opportunity Endowment and Fund; created. dead
SB502 Juvenile & domestic relations district ct.; parent filing petion for protective order against minor. passed house
SB503 License plate reader systems; use by law-enforcement agencies, civil penalty. dead
SB504 Police and court records; expungement, term 'otherwise dismissed.' passed committee
SB505 Limitation on sentence upon revocation of suspension of sentence; technical violations. passed house
SB506 Higher educational institutions, public; duties and powers of governing board. passed house
SB507 Health care providers & grocery store workers; employers to provide paid sick leave, effective date. dead
SB508 Renewable energy portfolio standard; geothermal heating and cooling systems. passed committee
SB509 Court of Appeals; appeal of interlocutory orders. passed
SB510 Investment of public funds; qualified public entity allowed to invest in asset-backed securities. passed house
SB511 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain baby products. dead
SB512 Income tax, state; adaptive repurposing of underutilized structures. dead
SB513 Funeral services; transportation protection agreements. passed house
SB514 Fines and costs; changes period of limitations for collection. passed committee
SB515 Weapons; carrying into hospital that provides mental health services. passed
SB516 All-terrain vehicles and off-road motorcycles; seizure, impounding, and disposition. passed house
SB517 Tax exemptions; Confederacy organizations. passed house
SB518 Public high schools; college and career specialist required. dead
SB519 Divorce; grounds, cruelty, abuse, desertion, or abandonment, eliminates waiting period. dead
SB520 Workers' compensation; injuries caused by repetitive and sustained physical stressors. dead
SB521 Preneed funeral contracts; declinable preneed funeral guarantee fee. passed house
SB522 Purchase of firearms; demonstrated competence with a firearm or completion of training course. passed house
SB523 Sales tax revenues; entertainment arena. dead
SB524 Local government; installation of water-based fire protection systems in new townhouse construction. dead
SB525 Stillbirth Support Grant Program; established. stricken
SB526 Resale Disclosure Act; fees charged for delivery of resale certificate. passed house
SB527 General Assembly; selection of delegates to a convention for proposing amendments. dead
SB528 Crimes; offenses against the sovereignty of the Commonwealth, unfaithful delegates to a convention. dead
SB529 Employee protections; medicinal use of cannabis oil. incorporated
SB530 Arts, Virginia Commission for the; reduces membership. passed committee
SB531 Communications; application for and issuance of order authorizing interception. dead
SB532 Commercial entity offering social media accounts; restricted hours for minors, civil liability. dead
SB533 Education Excellence for All Program; established, report. dead
SB534 Motor vehicle dealers; sale of franchise. passed house
SB535 School crossing zones; expands definition of zones to include areas surrounding schools, etc. dead
SB536 Unemployment compensation; continuation of benefits, repayment of overpayments. passed house
SB537 Hospital regulations; use of smoke evacuation systems during surgical procedures. passed
SB538 Uniform Statewide Building Code; violations, increases fines. passed
SB539 License plate readers; requirements for use by law-enforcement agencies, penalties. dead
SB540 Illegal gambling; exemptions. passed house
SB541 Casino gaming; removes the City of Richmond as an eligible host city. passed
SB542 Unemployment insurance; benefit eligibility conditions, lockout exception, etc. passed
SB543 Health insurance; patient access to emergency services, mobile crisis response services. passed house
SB544 Short-term rental property; locality's ability to prohibit use of accessory dwelling unit. passed house
SB545 Auto recyclers; database search. passed house
SB546 Emergency custody and temporary detention orders; evaluations, presence of others. passed
SB547 Law-enforcement training; communication with individuals with autism spectrum disorder. passed
SB548 Virginia Retirement System; return to work, break in service. dead
SB549 Travel expenses; local officials. in subcommittee
SB550 Liquid nicotine and nicotine vapor products; certification and directory, penalties. passed house
SB551 Firearms; two day waiting period, penalty. incorporated
SB552 Public schools; open school enrollment policies and guidance. dead
SB553 Nursing education programs; out-of-state clinical sites. passed house
SB554 Licenses or certificates; reciprocal licensing for neighboring states. passed committee
SB555 First-time homebuyer; creates a tax credit for taxable years 2024 through 2028. dead
SB556 Historic rehabilitation; increases tax credit from $5 million to $10 million. passed house
SB557 Renewable energy portfolio standard; eligibility of hydrogen and nuclear resources. dead
SB558 School choice educational savings accounts; permits parents of qualified students to apply to DOE. dead
SB559 Commercial sex trafficking, prostitution, etc.; increases penalties. dead
SB560 Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Virginia Board for; dust sampling technicians, renovators. passed
SB561 Nuclear energy electrical generation facilities; permitting. stricken
SB562 Captured coal mine methane; pilot program, renewable energy portfolio standard. dead
SB563 Regional career and technical education program; establishing in Planning District 2. dead
SB564 Distressed localities, certain; TAX, et al., to assess tax relief. passed committee
SB565 Energy efficiency programs; incremental annual savings. passed committee
SB566 Trusts; release or ratification of trustee by beneficiary, response of beneficiary in writing. passed house
SB567 Siting of energy facilities; approval by the State Corporation Commission. dead
SB568 Crisis stabilization services; facilities licensed by DBHDS, nursing homes. passed house
SB569 Crisis receiving centers and crisis stabilization units; use of seclusion, report. passed committee
SB570 Virginia Human Rights Act; definition of 'employer.' passed committee
SB571 Synthetic media; expands applicability of provisions related to defamation, etc., penalty. dead
SB572 School buses; increases maximum width of vehicles. passed house
SB573 Virginia Public Safety Communications Infrastructure Fund; definitions, created. passed house
SB574 Behavioral Health Commission; Commission to study processes related to civil admissions. passed committee
SB575 Discharge plans; copies to public elementary and secondary schools. dead
SB576 Unfair Real Estate Service Agreement Act; created, consumer protections. passed house
SB577 Campaign finance; exemption for candidates for certain directors. passed
SB578 Electric utilities; offshore wind generation facilities, competitive procurement process. dead
SB579 Nursing homes and certified nursing facilities; professional liability insurance. dead
SB580 Environmental Quality, Department of; judicial review, authorization of projects, hearing & appeal. passed house
SB581 Environmental Quality, Department of; groundwater and surface water withdrawal permits. passed committee
SB582 Retail tobacco products; purchase, sale, etc., definitions. passed house
SB583 Firearms or explosive materials; carrying into a building owned or leased by the Commonwealth. dead
SB584 General Services Board; established. in committee
SB585 Six-Year capital outlay plan; Advisory Com. shall communicate Governor-proposed list of projects. passed house
SB586 Public elementary and secondary schools; student discipline, restorative disciplinary practices. passed committee
SB587 Civil actions; filed on behalf of multiple persons. incorporated
SB588 Va. Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; affordable housing, criminal record screening model policy. passed house
SB589 Rental conveyances; relocates certain provisions related to assignments of rent. passed
SB590 Community services boards; emergency services and core of services. dead
SB591 Electric utilities; customer energy choice, notice required for customer return to service. dead
SB592 Preferred Drug List/Common Core Formulary; approval of a nonpreferred drug. dead
SB593 Workers' compensation benefits; post-traumatic stress disorder incurred by firefighters, etc. dead
SB594 Emergency medical personnel; EMS Advisory Board to examine requirements to join program. dead
SB595 Comprehensive plan; locality may consider adopting a healthy communities strategy. passed house
SB596 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; noncompliance with rental agreement. dead
SB597 Affordable housing; local zoning ordinance authority, comprehensive plan. passed committee
SB598 Recordation of documents; name changes. passed house
SB599 Commonwealth of Virginia Higher Education Institutions Bond Act of 2024; created. passed house
SB600 Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; partial termination of certain time-shares. passed house
SB601 Capital outlay plan; repeals existing six-year capital outlay for projects to be funded. incorporated
SB602 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses, penalties. incorporated
SB603 Incarcerated women who are pregnant, etc.; DCJS, et al., to make recommendations for treatment. passed committee
SB604 Virginia Public Procurement Act; prohibition on boycotting Israel. dead
SB605 Polling place; assistance for certain voters, clarifies definition of 'person with a disability.' passed house
SB606 Voter registration; list maintenance, data sharing. passed
SB607 Central fill pharmacies; definitions. passed committee
SB608 Community Schools, Office of; established within Department of Education, etc. passed house
SB609 At-Risk Program; established, public school funding. incorporated
SB610 Slot-retention requests; Developmental Disability waiver slots, sunset date. passed
SB611 Dulles Greenway; powers and responsibilities of SCC to regulate toll road operators. dead
SB612 Local law enforcement; reduction of budget prohibited, exception. dead
SB613 Higher educational institutions; campus safety, governing board of certain educational institutions. passed
SB614 Xylazine; penalty for manufacturing, selling, etc., for human consumption. passed house
SB615 Medicaid- & CHIP-enrolled beneficiaries; DMAS shall convene work group to design services benefits. dead
SB616 Farmland Preservation, Office of; transfers Office to Dept. of Forestry. passed
SB617 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; budget, operating assistance. dead
SB618 Bristol, City of; amending charter, increases voting precincts. passed
SB619 Public elementary and secondary schools; compulsory attendance policies and procedures. dead
SB620 PACE programs; long-term services and support screening. passed house
SB621 Artificial Intelligence, Commission on; established, report, sunset provision. incorporated
SB622 Virginia Retirement System; additional service credit for certain teachers and school bus drivers. stricken
SB623 Firefighters and emergency medical services; collective bargaining by providers. dead
SB624 Public education; student literacy measures. passed
SB625 Deferred or installment payment agreements; exempt from payments if sole income is Social Security. passed
SB626 Barrier crimes; adult substance abuse & mental health svcs., hiring criteria to screen applicants. passed house
SB627 Qualified high school students; opportunities to enroll in postsecondary coursework, etc. passed house
SB628 Casino gaming; eligible host cities. in committee
SB629 Dentists and dental hygienists; added to list of providers who are immune from civil liability, etc. passed
SB630 Commonwealth Public Safety Medal of Valor; medal may be awarded to dispatcher. passed house
SB631 VNG; efforts to make state-sponsored group term life insurance offered to members. dead
SB632 Income tax, state; decreases certain taxes, increases amount of tax credit. dead
SB633 Court fines and fees; indigent defendant, waiver of fees. dead
SB634 State Corporation Commission; powers and duties. passed committee
SB635 Alcoholic beverage control; sale and delivery of mixed beverages & pre-mixed wine off-premises. passed
SB636 Transcranial magnetic stimulation; DBHDS to establish pilot program for veterans. dead
SB637 Fines, costs, forfeitures, penalties, etc.; duty of attorneys for the Commonwealth. passed house
SB638 Jury service; increases from 70 to 73 the age at which a person is exempt from service upon request. passed
SB639 Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk, penalties. dead
SB640 Energy storage systems; clarifies the tax treatment of systems. dead
SB641 Boiler and pressure vessel operators; certification by localities. in subcommittee
SB642 Firearms; purchase, etc., following an assault and battery of a family or household member, etc. passed house
SB643 Failure to appear; contempt of court, penalties. dead
SB644 Unpaved secondary highways; improvement of secondary hwys. includes improvements other than paving. passed house
SB645 Local fiscal distress; determination by Auditor of Public Accounts, state intervention. passed committee
SB646 Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; claims. passed house
SB647 Virginia Public Procurement Act; apprenticeship programs, competitive sealed bidding. dead
SB648 Fire and Emergency Medical Services Grant Fund; increases vehicle registration fees. dead
SB649 Line of Duty Act; increases payment of benefits. passed house
SB650 Local government; options for employees exposed to toxic materials. passed committee
SB651 Income tax, state; military benefits subtraction, eliminates age requirement. dead
SB652 Zoning ordinances; adequate public facilities. dead
SB653 State psychiatric hospitals; temporary detention orders, delayed admission to determine med. needs. stricken
SB654 Fines, costs, forfeitures, etc.; collection fees, assessment against incarcerated defendant. passed house
SB655 Virginia Employment Commission; appeals proceedings, appeal tribunals and Board of Review. passed
SB656 Terrorism hoax incident, etc.; reimbursement of expenses incurred to localities. stricken
SB657 Alcoholic beverage control; annual mixed beverage performing arts facility licenses. passed house
SB658 Alcoholic beverage control; summary suspension, timeline. passed house
SB659 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; hearing panel decisions. dead
SB660 Health insurance; pharmacy benefits managers, reporting requirements, civil penalty. passed
SB661 Nursing facilities; electronic monitoring in resident rooms. dead
SB662 Income tax, state; subtraction for state police retirement benefits. dead
SB663 Veterinary Medicine, Board of; powers and duties, satellite offices. passed
SB664 Electric utilities; electric distribution infrastructure serving data centers. dead
SB665 Southwest Regional Recreation Authority; soil erosion control and stormwater management plans. dead
SB666 Sex offenses; prohibiting proximity to children in state parks, penalty. dead
SB667 Cloud Computing Cluster Infrastructure Grant Fund; performance agreement. dead
SB668 Groundwater and surface water withdrawal permits; five-year moratorium. stricken
SB669 Local economic development; commitments. dead
SB670 Surplus line broker; any person required to be licensed as one shall not be subject to certain tax. dead
SB671 Youth Health Protection Act; established, civil penalty. dead
SB672 Property Owners' Association Act or Virginia Condominium Act; assessments for legal obligations. passed committee
SB673 State Water Control Board; prioritization of water for human consumption and food production. in subcommittee
SB674 Virginia Coastal Resilience Collaborative; changes references relating to coastal resilience policy passed
SB675 Casino gaming; eligible host localities. dead
SB676 Individuals with developmental disabilities; financial eligibility. passed committee
SB677 Real property tax; notice of rate and assessment changes. passed
SB678 Intercollegiate athletics; student-athletes, compensation and representation for name, image, etc. dead
SB679 Enterprise zones; extension. passed
SB680 Manufactured homes; conversion to real property. stricken
SB681 Virginia Housing Trust Fund; expands eligibility for loans. dead
SB682 Health professions; universal licensure, requirements. dead
SB683 Family and Children's Trust Fund; modifies membership, powers and duties. passed committee
SB684 Online Children's Safety Protection Act; established, civil penalties. dead
SB685 Minimum wage and overtime pay; warehouse distribution center employees and employers, civil action. dead
SB686 Judges; maximum number in each judicial district. incorporated
SB687 Careless driving and infliction of injury or death on vulnerable road users; penalty. dead
SB688 Offshore wind capacity; development, prohibited cost recovery. dead
SB689 Casino gaming; cruise ship gaming in the offshore waters of the Commonwealth. dead
SB690 Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program; raises fee that may be charged. stricken
SB691 Craigsville, Town of; conveyance of certain property from Department of Corrections to the Town. passed house
SB692 Campaign finance; independent expenditure reports, electronic filing required. passed
SB693 Residential land; prohibited acquisition, restrictions, civil penalty. dead
SB694 Skill games; exceptions. dead
SB695 Virginia Crime Commission; surveillance technology, report. dead
SB696 Marijuana-related offenses; modification of sentence. passed committee
SB697 Solar and energy facilities; local regulation. dead
SB698 Dam Safety, Flood Prevention, and Protection Assistance Fund; percentage of funds available. dead
SB699 Revenue reserves & budgetary amendments; commitment of funds for Revenue Reserve Fund. passed house
SB700 Prostitution; increases penalties for a third or subsequent offense of solicitation from an adult. dead
SB701 Vested rights; building permits. passed committee
SB702 Early childhood care and education; exemption from licensure. passed house
SB703 General appropriations and revenue of the Commonwealth; includes digital personal property. dead
SB704 Rural Virginia, Center for; renames Center the Senator Frank M. Ruff, Jr. Center for Rural Virginia. passed
SB705 Insurance; adds member to continuing education board. passed house
SB706 Drug Treatment Court Act; eligibility. passed house
SB707 Public middle schools and high schools; career and technical education organizations permitted. passed committee
SB708 Underground transmission lines; qualifying projects, pilot program. dead
SB709 Assessment of omitted taxes; erroneous payments. passed house
SB710 Judges; maximum number in each judicial district and circuit. passed house
SB711 Taxation; secrecy of information, taxpayer waiver. dead
SB712 Hunting dogs; release on state or local roadway, penalties. dead
SB713 Public service companies; pole attachments to accommodate cable TV systems & telecommunications. passed house
SB714 Vehicle exhaust systems; inspection and administrative fee. dead
SB715 Zoning; local review of decisions. stricken
SB716 Unprofessional conduct; disciplinary action against doctor for providing abortion care, etc. passed
SB717 Higher educational institutions, public; duties of governing boards, acceptance & use of donations. dead
SB718 Virginia Sports and Entertainment Authority and Financing Fund; established, report. dead
SB719 Restorative housing and isolated confinement; restrictions on use. passed house
SB720 Sanctuary policies; prohibited. dead
SB721 Local government actions related to comprehensive plans, etc.; approval process. dead
SB722 Enterprise zones; renewal periods. incorporated
SB723 K-12 schools and higher educational institutions; student participation in women's sports, etc. dead
SB724 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage performing arts facility license. passed house
SB725 Drug Treatment Court Act; renames the Act as the Recovery Court Act. passed
SB726 Public schools; opioid antagonist procurement, possession, and administration. passed committee
SB727 Russell County Industrial Development Authority; appointments. passed
SB728 Cumberland's Airport Commission; establishes a new charter, repeals current charter. passed house
SB729 Virginia Clean Energy Innovation Bank; created, report. passed committee
SB730 Nonliving shoreline stabilization structures; regulations. dead
SB731 Child pornography; production, publication, sale, financing, etc., penalty. passed committee
SB732 Crash reports; contracted service providers. passed house
SB733 Chief Resilience Officer of the Commonwealth; moves position under the Governor. dead
SB734 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; electronic meetings. passed
SB735 Health insurance; denial of referral by direct primary care provider prohibited. dead
SB736 Clerks' offices; days of operation, of clerks' authority to close office. passed house
SB737 Electric utilities; energy efficiency programs, on-bill tariff program. passed committee
SJ1 Constitutional amendment; fundamental right to reproductive freedom (first reference). dead
SJ2 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters, right to vote, persons not entitled to vote. dead
SJ3 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain surviving spouses (second reference). passed house
SJ4 Commending the Westmoreland Volunteer Fire Department. passed house
SJ5 Celebrating the life of Charles Wayne Payne, Sr. passed house
SJ6 Celebrating the life of John Charles Bucur. passed house
SJ7 Celebrating the life of Granville Edison Fisher, Jr. passed house
SJ8 Celebrating the life of Ronald Lee Jett. passed house
SJ9 Teacher retention, etc.; JLARC to study effect of salaries, employment benefits, etc. dead
SJ10 Constitutional amendment; term limits for Lieutenant Governor & Attorney General (first reference). dead
SJ11 Constitutional amendment; marriage between two individuals. dead
SJ12 Virginia Gaming Commission, Joint Subcommittee studying feasibility of establishing; continued. passed house
SJ13 Commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Honorable Yvonne Bond Miller's service in the Virginia G.A passed house
SJ14 Artificial intelligence; Joint Commission on Technology and Science to study advancements. dead
SJ15 Large animal veterinarians; Board of Veterinary Medicine, et al., to study shortage. passed committee
SJ16 Unethical use of Black bodies by medical institutions; acknowledging with profound regret. passed house
SJ17 General Assembly; JLARC to study salaries and expenses of legislators. passed committee
SJ18 Dillon Rule; joint subcommittee to study. dead
SJ19 Roadway & pedestrian improvements in Gainesville; VDOT to study implementation in Prince Wm. County. dead
SJ20 Comprehensive community colleges; funding model for noncredit workforce credential programs. dead
SJ21 Secretariat of Rural Affairs; JLARC to study need for and feasibility of creating position. dead
SJ22 Virginia State Police, retired; TAX to study reducing economic stress. dead
SJ23 Black Maternal Health Week; designating as April 11-17, 2024, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ24 Barrier crimes for employees of and persons regulated by DBHDS; JLARC to study. stricken
SJ25 Groundwater supply in the Commonwealth; Department of Environmental Quality to study. passed committee
SJ26 Drugs; JLARC to study scope and cost of penalizing possession as a felony. dead
SJ27 Epilepsy Heroes Day. passed house
SJ28 Public transit systems, joint subcommittee to study funding needs. passed committee
SJ29 Celebrating the life of George M. Hampton, Ph.D. passed house
SJ30 Commending Debra Hamilton Farley, Ph.D. passed house
SJ31 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ32 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ33 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ34 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ35 Celebrating the life of Debra Jane Griggs. passed house
SJ36 Confirming Governor's appointments; January 12. passed house
SJ37 Celebrating the life of Tafari Jawara Campbell. passed house
SJ38 Commending Amanda L. Newins. passed house
SJ39 Commending Scott Chambers. passed house
SJ40 Commending the Honorable Grace Burke Carroll. passed house
SJ41 Commending the Honorable Gayl Y. Branum Carr. passed house
SJ42 Celebrating the life of Patricia Paige. passed house
SJ43 Celebrating the life of Janet Marie Brooking. passed house
SJ44 Commending the Honorable Mark C. Simmons. passed house
SJ45 Commending Kathy Mack. passed house
SJ46 Chest Wall Deformity Awareness Month. passed house
SJ47 Investor-owned electric utilities; SCC to study performance-based regulatory tools. passed committee
SJ48 FIRST Robotics Day. passed house
SJ49 Rights of women; affirming biological differences between the sexes. stricken
SJ50 Commending John T. Frey. passed house
SJ51 Celebrating the life of James Marlin Patton. passed house
SJ52 Celebrating the life of Jackie Duckette Hunter. passed house
SJ53 Celebrating the life of Helen Delores Bandy. passed house
SJ54 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Salathiel J. Henderson. passed house
SJ55 Celebrating the life of Zenobia Helen Miller Taylor. passed house
SJ56 Celebrating the life of Michael Anthony Harper. passed house
SJ57 Commending Dementi Studio. passed house
SJ58 Commending LeadingAge Virginia. passed house
SJ59 Commending Pohick Episcopal Church. passed house
SJ60 Celebrating the life of Annie Delilah Jones Doggett. passed house
SJ61 Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Month of Awareness. passed house
SJ62 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Henry C. Lee. passed house
SJ63 Commending Peter A. Blake. passed house
SJ64 Confirming appts. by the Gov. of agency heads and reconfirming appt. of Dir. of Dept. of Wildlife. passed house
SJ65 Celebrating the life of Ivan Herman Tepper. passed house
SJ66 Celebrating the life of Charles Cragg Hines. passed house
SJ67 Commending Sandra Gioia Treadway. passed house
SJ68 Celebrating the life of Thomas Alvin Lester, Sr. passed house
SJ69 Commending Scott McGeary. passed house
SJ70 Commending Urban League Greater Richmond & Urban League Greater Richmond Young Professionals. passed house
SJ71 Celebrating the life of Pablo Teodoro III. passed house
SJ72 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Craig Aaron Pruden. passed house
SJ73 Commending Daniel M. Gade. passed house
SJ74 Celebrating the life of Annie Walker. passed house
SJ75 Celebrating the life of Ben Judson Honaker, Jr. passed house
SJ76 Commending Travis G. Hill. passed house
SJ77 Celebrating the life of Leri Melissa Thomas. passed house
SJ78 Celebrating the life of William David Lamb. passed house
SJ79 Commending the Culpeper County Volunteer Fire Department. passed house
SJ80 Commending Stuart S. Malawer. passed house
SJ81 Commending the City of Alexandria. passed house
SJ82 Governor; confirming appointments. in committee
SJ83 Commending Susan F. Dewey. passed house
SJ84 Commending the Auburn High School girls' volleyball team. passed house
SJ85 Commending the Orange County Chamber of Commerce. passed house
SJ86 Celebrating the life of Karen Harrison Jones. passed house
SJ87 Commending Major General Timothy P. Williams, VNG. passed house
SJ88 Commending the Iranian American community in Virginia. in committee
SJ89 Commending Edmund Elliott. passed house
SJ90 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Edward DeJarnette Berry. passed house
SJ91 Commending Virginia's forest products industry. passed house
SJ92 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Bernard Waugh Crigler. passed house
SJ93 Commending John S. Nicholls. passed house
SJ94 Commending Beulah Baptist Church. passed house
SJ95 Celebrating the life of Commander Edward S. Stolle, Jr., USN, Ret. passed house
SJ96 Commending Claudia Flores. passed house
SJ97 Celebrating the life of Patricia Dianne Redcross. passed house
SJ98 Celebrating the life of Bernice Davis Willey. passed house
SJ99 Commending the Virginia Society of Association Executives. passed house
SJ100 Commending the Bath County Fair Association, Inc. passed house
SJ101 Commending the ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation. passed house
SJ102 Commending New Calvary Baptist Church. passed house
SJ103 Commending Lucille Carter Boone. passed house
SJ104 Commending Bishop B. Courtney McBath. passed house
SJ105 Commending Jan Wynn House. passed house
SJ106 Celebrating the life of Everett Earl Walle, Jr. passed house
SJ107 Commending Michael E. Stone. passed house
SJ108 Commending Christ Church. passed house
SJ109 Celebrating the life of Nelson Greene, Jr. passed house
SJ110 Commending the Arlington Chamber of Commerce. passed house
SJ111 Commending Simpson Development Company, Inc. passed house
SJ112 Commending Glenn Stuart Settle. passed house
SJ113 Commending Elmer Rudolph Morris, Jr. passed house
SJ114 Commending the Honorable Charles Vic Mason. passed house
SJ115 Celebrating the life of Douglas Durrell Monroe, Jr. passed house
SJ116 Celebrating the life of Mia Ethridge. passed house
SJ117 Commending the Reverend Dr. Keith Ivan Jones. passed house
SJ118 Commending Geline Bowman Williams. passed house
SJ119 Celebrating the life of James Timothy Dalke. passed house
SJ120 Commending Peter Reynolds. passed house
SJ121 Commending Ammon G. Dunton, Jr. passed house
SJ122 Commending the Virginia Chamber of Commerce. passed house
SJ123 Commending the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority. passed house
SJ124 Commending George Teague, Jr. passed house
SJ125 Commending the Honorable Lisa A. Mayne. passed house
SJ126 Commending the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission. passed house
SJ127 Sustainable aviation fuel; encouraging use in the Commonwealth. in committee
SJ128 Celebrating the life of James Patrick McGuire. passed house
SJ129 Commending Brian Luciano. passed house
SJ130 Celebrating the life of John F. Benton. passed house
SJ131 Celebrating the life of Captain Anderson Keating King, USAR. passed senate
SJ132 Commending the Stafford High School competition cheer team. passed senate
SJ133 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Jamie Jerome Duncan. passed senate
SJ134 Commending Colonel Elizabeth A. Sydow. passed senate
SJ135 Commending First Sergeant Macky J. Cottongim, USMC. passed senate
SJ136 Commending Jethro H. Piland, III. passed senate
SJ137 Commending Risa Goluboff. passed senate
SJ138 Commending Virginia S. Perrin. passed senate
SJ139 Celebrating the life of Matthew White Paxton, Jr. passed senate
SJ140 Commending Linsey Chen Marr, Ph.D. passed senate
SJ141 Celebrating the life of the Honorable George James Kostel. passed senate
SJ142 Commending the Honorable Robert J. Smith. passed senate
SJ143 Celebrating the life of Stanley William Roberts. passed senate
SJ144 Commending Zoie Lamanna. passed senate
SJ145 Commending Sunshine R. Huggins. passed senate
SJ146 Commending the Brunswick Academy football team. passed senate
SJ147 Celebrating the life of George Thomas Garten. passed senate
SJ148 Celebrating the life of Trevor Bryan Brown. passed house
SJ149 Celebrating the life of William Thomas Greer, Jr. passed senate
SJ150 Commending the Tidewater EMS Council. passed senate
SJ151 Commending Mark E. Smith. passed senate
SJ152 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Robison Brown James. passed senate
SJ153 Commending the Fairfax County Public Library. passed senate
SJ154 Commending the Reverend Dr. Harold James Cobb, Jr. passed senate
SJ155 Commending Denise Burrell Smith. passed senate
SJ156 Commending William G. Coada. passed senate
SJ157 Commending Gilbert A. Smith. passed senate
SJ158 Celebrating the life of Richard Gale Elliott. passed senate
SJ159 Celebrating the life of George Declan O'Reilly. passed senate
SJ160 Celebrating the life of Paul Otie Bennett. passed senate
SJ161 Commending John Carlton Phillips. passed senate
SJ162 Celebrating the life of James Douglas Coleburn. passed senate
SJ163 Commending Neil A. Morgan. passed senate
SJ164 Commending Citizens Bank & Trust Company. passed senate
SJ165 Commending the Honorable Kenneth William Stolle. passed senate
SJ166 Commending the Central Virginia Cricket Association. passed senate
SJ167 Commending the Virginia, Maryland and Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives. passed senate
SJ168 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Clarence A. Holland, M.D. passed senate
SJ169 Celebrating the life of Patricia Elizabeth Clifton Harwood, Ph.D. passed senate
SJ170 Celebrating the life of James 'Jim' Horace Hinshaw. introduced
SJ171 Commending Jennifer McCall. introduced
SJ172 Commending United We Light: Project Guatemala. introduced
SJ173 Commending Nancy Collins. introduced
SJ174 Commending John Shinholser. introduced
SJ175 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Richard Samuel Reynolds III. introduced
SJ176 Commending Neighborhood Health. introduced
SJ177 Commending Alvin D. Parker. introduced
SJ178 Celebrating the life of Michael Scott Hoover. introduced
SJ179 Celebrating the life of Joshua Chamberlain Peck. introduced
SJ180 Celebrating the life of Walter A. Marston, Jr. introduced
SJ181 Commending Michael F. Murn introduced
SJ182 Celebrating the life of Arthur Stuart Nachman. introduced
SJ183 Celebrating the life of Julie Clemente. introduced
SJ184 Commending the Cooper Middle School symphonic band. introduced
SJ185 Celebrating the life of Harris Nathan Miller. introduced
SJ186 Commending Buta Biberaj. introduced
SJ187 Celebrating the life of Richard Robert Paradis. introduced
SJ188 Commending Willie L. Gentry. introduced
SJ189 Commending the Community Development Block Grant Program. introduced
SJ190 Commending Edward E. Clark, Jr. introduced
SJ191 Commending the Glenvar High School boys' swim and dive team. introduced
SJ192 Commending the Tuckahoe Volunteer Rescue Squad. introduced
SJ193 Commending Eugene E. Gerald. introduced
SJ194 Celebrating the life of John Randolph Francis, Jr. introduced
SJ195 Commending the Glenvar High School boys' soccer team. introduced
SJ196 Commending the Glenvar High School boys' tennis team. introduced
SJ197 Commending the Parry McCluer High School boys' cross country team. introduced
SJ198 Commending the Town of Louisa. introduced
SJ199 Commending the Honorable Frank W. Somerville. introduced
SR1 Israel; expresses support for the State and condemns the actions of Hamas. in committee
SR2 Senate; 2024 operating resolution. passed senate
SR3 Rules of the Senate; established. passed senate
SR4 Commending Terry Woods. passed senate
SR5 Celebrating the life of Jack William Nurney, Jr. passed senate
SR6 Commending the Honorable Dr. Luke E. Torian. passed senate
SR7 Commending the Freedom High School football team. passed senate
SR8 Commending the Reverend Tyler C. Millner, Sr. passed senate
SR9 Celebrating the life of Jon Robert Tabb. passed senate
SR10 Celebrating the life of Alan Earl Casteen. passed senate
SR11 Celebrating the life of Richard Edward Railey, Jr. passed senate
SR12 Commending Rick and Cheryl Rowlands. passed senate
SR13 Commending the Smithfield Packers Youth Sports 06U Blue team. passed senate
SR14 Commending Master Sergeant Jack Dixon Peed, Jr., VA VNG. passed senate
SR15 Judge; nomination for election to Court of Appeals of Virginia. passed senate
SR16 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed senate
SR17 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed senate
SR18 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed senate
SR19 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nomination for election of member. passed senate
SR20 State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of members. passed senate
SR21 Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed senate
SR22 Commemorating the life and legacy of Susan G. Gibson. passed senate
SR23 Celebrating the life of Corporal Spencer Roman Bartley Collart, USMC. passed senate
SR24 Commending the Suffolk Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. passed senate
SR25 Commending R. McKenna Brown. passed senate
SR26 Commending Margaret L. Sanner. passed senate
SR27 Commending the Graham High School varsity competition cheer squad. passed senate
SR28 Celebrating the life of James Curtis Gillespie. passed senate
SR29 Commending Xcellerated Offshore. passed senate
SR30 Commending Harrison A. Moody. passed senate
SR31 Celebrating the life of Camille Annette Harrell. passed senate
SR32 Commending the Isle of Wight County Museum and the Smithfield community. passed senate
SR33 Commending the Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractors of Virginia. passed senate
SR34 Celebrating the life of Geraldine Boyd Cole. passed senate
SR35 Celebrating the life of Wanda Sue Varney. passed senate
SR36 Celebrating the life of Donald Wayne Rife. passed senate
SR37 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Titus Phillip Horton. passed senate
SR38 Celebrating the life of James Samuel Gillespie, Jr. passed senate
SR39 Celebrating the life of Barnabas Stiltner. passed senate
SR40 Celebrating the life of Joan Simpkins Jett. passed senate
SR41 Celebrating the life of Shawn Soares. passed senate
SR42 Commending Sharon Morrissey. passed senate
SR43 Celebrating the lives of Omar, Marieme, and Aicha Wade. passed senate
SR44 Commending ReEstablish Richmond. passed senate
SR45 Commending the Radford High School football team. passed senate
SR46 Celebrating the life of Rocky S. Wood. passed senate
SR47 Celebrating the life of Rachel Gayle Davis Fowlkes. passed senate
SR48 Celebrating the life of Jack D. Cole, D.D.S. passed senate
SR49 Celebrating the life of James Warren Huff. passed senate
SR50 Commending John Ray Grisham, Jr. passed senate
SR51 Celebrating the life of Hawes Campbell III, M.D. passed senate
SR52 Commending Bruton Parish Episcopal Church. passed senate
SR53 Celebrating the life of T.K. Weiler. passed senate
SR54 Commending the Prince William County Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. passed senate
SR55 Commending the Phi Kappa Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. passed senate
SR56 Celebrating the life of Michelle Antonette Leete. passed senate
SR57 Commending the Omicron Chi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. passed senate
SR58 Commending the Prince William County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. passed senate
SR59 Commending Joann S.M. Bagnerise. passed senate
SR60 Celebrating the life of Albert Earl Brooks, Sr. introduced
SR61 Commending Sergeant Major Nathaniel Frost, USA, Ret. passed senate
SR62 Commending Lillie G. Jessie. passed senate
SR63 Commending I.C. Norcom High School. passed senate
SR64 Celebrating the life of John Oliver Wynne. passed senate
SR65 Celebrating the life of John Benjamin Graham, Jr. passed senate
SR66 Commending Robert A. Braxton. passed senate
SR67 Commending Earth Force. passed senate
SR68 Commending Francisco Buxo, M.D. passed senate
SR69 Celebrating the life of Helen V. Davis. passed senate
SR70 Celebrating the life of Mary Clyde James Carruth. passed senate
SR71 Commending the Women's Tidewater Golf Association. passed senate
SR72 Celebrating the life of Vivian Ann Bland. passed senate
SR73 Commending Everly-Wheatley Funeral Home. passed senate
SR74 Celebrating the life of Louis Anderson, Jr. passed senate
SR75 Commending Jill D. Neice. passed senate
SR76 Commending Matt Hagan. passed senate
SR77 Celebrating the life of Serenity Rayne Hawley. passed senate
SR78 Celebrating the life of Joe Morris Lucas. passed senate
SR79 Celebrating the life of Terry Edward Winkle. passed senate
SR80 Commending Kevin Harvick. passed senate
SR81 Celebrating the life of James Moore Stokely. passed senate
SR82 Commending the Honorable Jennifer Wexton. passed senate
SR83 Commending Barbara Kingsolver. passed senate
SR84 Commending the 2024 Inductees to the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame. passed senate
SR85 Celebrating the life of Marie Brinkley Hill. passed senate
SR86 Commending Michael Charles Huntley II. passed senate
SR87 Celebrating the life of Patrick Albert Lewis. passed senate
SR88 Celebrating the life of Mary L. Woodhouse. passed senate
SR89 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas J. Bliley, Jr. passed senate
SR90 Celebrating the life of Evelyn Flengas. passed senate
SR91 Celebrating the life of Riley C. Cole. passed senate
SR92 Commending K9 Batman. passed senate
SR93 Celebrating the life of Zachary Andrew Carter. passed senate
SR94 Celebrating the life of William Reese Hess. passed senate
SR95 Celebrating the life of Flaudean Bolling. passed senate
SR96 Celebrating the life of Edwin L. Barnes. passed senate
SR97 Commending Boyd T. Allison, Jr. passed senate
SR98 Celebrating the life of Marion Gertrude Oyer. passed senate
SR99 Commending the Weyers Cave Ruritan Club. passed senate
SR100 Commending the Grottoes Volunteer Fire Department. passed senate
SR101 Commending M. Siddique Sheikh. passed senate
SR102 Commending the Richmond Canes. passed senate
SR103 Celebrating the life of Charles Lee Thomas. introduced
SR104 Commending the Warm Springs Valley Garden Club. introduced
SR105 Commending Janet Muldoon. in committee
SR106 Celebrating the life of Carol DeLong. introduced
SR107 Commending Zoya Bitici. introduced
SR108 Celebrating the life of John Mason. introduced
SR109 Commending the Charles J. Colgan Sr. High School girls' soccer team. introduced
SR110 Commending the Tazewell High School Class of 1973. introduced
SR111 Celebrating the life of Jordyn Paige Rasnake. introduced
SR112 Celebrating the life of Charles Cameron Ballard. introduced
SR113 Commending Jeff Bourne. introduced
SR114 Celebrating the life of Nancy Lee Revercomb Brubaker. introduced
SR115 Commending Eagle Carpets. introduced
SR116 Celebrating the life of Richard E. Lyons. introduced
SR117 Commending Jim Snavely. introduced
SR118 Commending Marie Ridder. introduced
SR119 Commending the 2024 House-Senate basketball game to benefit Massey Cancer Center. introduced
SR120 Commending the Swift Creek Middle School cheerleading team. introduced