2018 Bills

3,722 bills found.

# Title Status
HB1 Scholastic records; prohibited access to directory information. signed by governor
HB2 Teacher licensure; reciprocity, spouses of Armed Forces members. signed by governor
HB3 Dual enrollment courses; quality, consistency, etc., of courses. signed by governor
HB4 Case management system; public accessibility. dead
HB5 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use, penalty. dead
HB6 Security freezes; elimination of fees. dead
HB7 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use. dead
HB8 Public procurement; agreements with labor organizations. dead
HB9 Safety restraints; all occupants of motor vehicles required to utilize. dead
HB10 Hate crimes; criminal acts against persons because of gender, etc. dead
HB11 Tuition, in-state; domicile, individuals currently granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. dead
HB12 Temporary driver's licenses, permits, etc.; DMV authorized to issue to certain aliens. dead
HB13 Instructional positions; students identified as having limited English proficiency. dead
HB14 Dogs or cats; public animal shelters required to notify intent to euthanize. dead
HB15 Student discipline, alternative; assault and battery without bodily injury. dead
HB16 Motor vehicle and fire insurance; use of credit information. dead
HB17 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount. dead
HB18 Transient occupancy tax; removes sunset date from Arlington County's authority to impose. dead
HB19 Tuition, in-state; eligibility, certain individuals who have applied for permanent residency, etc. dead
HB20 Fair Repair Act; access to diagnostics, tools, services documentation, and firmware, penalties. dead
HB21 Reproductive health services; health benefit plans to cover costs of certain services. dead
HB22 Water and sewer connections; mandatory in Powhatan County. signed by governor
HB23 Red Tape Reduction Commission; created, review of regulatory requirements, report. dead
HB24 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for menstrual supplies. dead
HB25 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for menstrual supplies. dead
HB26 Pawnbrokers; allowable late fees. signed by governor
HB27 Vehicle inspection sticker; location on vehicle. dead
HB28 Voter registration list maintenance; due date of annual report. signed by governor
HB29 Budget Bill. passed senate
HB30 Budget Bill. passed senate
HB31 Profane swearing or cursing in public; eliminates crime. dead
HB32 Hate crimes; reporting to State Police. dead
HB33 Electric utility regulation; approval of generating facilities. dead
HB34 Railroads; freight train crew requirements, civil penalty. dead
HB35 Juveniles; places of confinement. signed by governor
HB36 School calendar; opening day of school year. dead
HB37 Wages; cause of action against an employer for nonpayment. dead
HB38 School calendar; opening day of school year. dead
HB39 Minimum wage, local alternative; establishes procedure by which wage may be imposed in any locality. dead
HB40 Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program; established, effective clause. dead
HB41 Firearms; mechanical devices designed to increase rate of fire, penalty. dead
HB42 Suicide; abolishes common-law crime. dead
HB43 Firearms; reporting when lost or stolen. dead
HB44 High school family life education curricula; law and meaning of consent. dead
HB45 Family life education curricula; personal privacy and personal boundaries. signed by governor
HB46 Tuition, in-state; certain residents of United States territories. dead
HB47 Payday Lending Prohibition Act; penalties. dead
HB48 Charitable solicitations; registration statement. signed by governor
HB49 Health benefit plans; sale by authorized foreign health insurers. dead
HB50 School meal policies; each local school board required to adopt policies. signed by governor
HB51 Evidentiary hearings in the Supreme Court of Virginia; Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission. dead
HB52 Competency and sanity evaluations; location of evaluation. signed by governor
HB53 Persons acquitted by reason of insanity; evaluation. signed by governor
HB54 Renewable energy property; tax credit for property placed in service. dead
HB55 U.S. Route 501; increases max. speed limit between Town of South Boston & North Carolina state line. signed by governor
HB56 Crab scraping; possession of hard crabs, characteristics of scrape. dead
HB57 Absentee voting; no excuse. dead
HB58 State agencies; use of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) on outdoor lighting fixtures. dead
HB59 Transportation, Department of; use of practical design methods. dead
HB60 Goochland County; members to Board of Directors of Goochland County Economic Development Authority. signed by governor
HB61 Battlefields; entry into an agreement to transfer certain easements. signed by governor
HB62 Libraries, local and regional; boards not mandatory in Caroline County. signed by governor
HB63 Private security; compliance agent experience, surety bond. signed by governor
HB64 Local regulation; making of fires. dead
HB65 Individuals released from incarceration for conviction of a felony; tax credits for employing. dead
HB66 Health insurance; credits for retired school division employees. dead
HB67 Virginia Human Rights Act; pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, causes of action. dead
HB68 Firearms; libraries owned or operated by localities. dead
HB69 Virginia Grocery Investment Program and Fund; created, report. dead
HB70 Immunity of employers; employees and independent contractors convicted of a nonviolent offense. dead
HB71 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for spouse of disabled veteran. signed by governor
HB72 Statewide prioritization process project selection; cost of project to be considered. dead
HB73 Speed limits; maximum speed on certain highways. signed by governor
HB74 Early voting; any registered voter allowed to vote early in any election in which he is qualified. dead
HB75 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. dead
HB76 Political campaign advertisements; disclosure requirements, advertisements placed, etc. passed subcommittee
HB77 Venue in criminal cases; concurrent jurisdiction, obsolete provisions. signed by governor
HB78 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; waiver of first-time licensing fees. dead
HB79 Dog boarding establishments; group play requirements, penalty. dead
HB80 Teacher licensure by reciprocity; third-party verification of application documents. signed by governor
HB81 Division superintendents; vacancies appointment. signed by governor
HB82 Workers' compensation; Uninsured Employer's Fund, financing tax. signed by governor
HB83 Feminine hygiene products; no cost to female prisoners or inmates. enacted
HB84 American Sign Language, instruction in; academic credit, foreign language requirements. signed by governor
HB85 Virginia Grocery Investment Program and Fund; created, report. dead
HB86 Security freezes; elimination of fees. dead
HB87 Pro se minors; signing of pleading, motion, or other paper by next friend. dead
HB88 Marijuana field test; evidence at trial. dead
HB89 Conditional rezoning proffers; affordable dwelling units. dead
HB90 Teacher grievance procedures; hearing, three-member fact-finding panel. dead
HB91 Concealed handgun permits; demonstration of competence. dead
HB92 Absentee voting; eligibility of certain caregivers. dead
HB93 Issuance of temporary license, permit, or special identification card; alien paroled into the U.S. dead
HB94 Dog boarding establishments; group play, penalty. dead
HB95 Female genital mutilation; criminal penalty. dead
HB96 Electric utility regulation; suspension of reviews of earnings, transitional rate period. dead
HB97 Virginia Public Procurement Act; methods of procurement, single or term contracts. signed by governor
HB98 Virginia Public Procurement Act; competitive negotiation for professional services. dead
HB99 Presidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact. dead
HB100 Method of execution; lethal injection drugs. dead
HB101 Tradesmen; expiration date of licenses issued by Board for Contractors. signed by governor
HB102 Alcoholic beverage control; gourmet shop licensees. dead
HB103 Interstate 95; VDOT to commence project to add additional lanes. dead
HB104 Writ of actual innocence; a person may petition based on biological evidence regardless of plea. dead
HB105 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; training standards, community engaged policing. dead
HB106 Kinship Guardianship Assistance program; established. dead
HB107 Workers' compensation; disease presumptions, correctional officers. dead
HB108 Correctional officers; survey upon resignation, etc., report. dead
HB109 School divisions, certain; development of plan to fund and phase in full-day kindergarten. dead
HB110 Franchisees; status thereof and its employees as employees of the franchisor. vetoed by governor
HB111 Health insurance; coverage of proton radiation therapy, report. dead
HB112 Summons; falsely signing, misdemeanor. dead
HB113 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount. dead
HB114 Golf carts and utility vehicles on public highways; equine events. signed by governor
HB115 Reckless driving; penalty. dead
HB116 Distracted driving; authority of local government. dead
HB117 Workers' Compensation Commission; quorum. signed by governor
HB118 Language development for children who are deaf or hard of hearing; assessment resources. dead
HB119 Merchants' capital tax; classification. signed by governor
HB120 Unemployment compensation; wage offset. dead
HB121 Community schools; development of program to establish schools. dead
HB122 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use, civil penalty. dead
HB123 Buchanan, Town of; amending charter, election of council member. signed by governor
HB124 Real property tax; Bedford County authorized to conduct general reassessment. signed by governor
HB125 Forest products, hauling; expands definition to include rough-sawn green lumber. signed by governor
HB126 Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission; status of parole-eligible inmates, report. dead
HB127 Construction fraud; penalty. dead
HB128 Court order; motion or petition for rule to show cause for violation. signed by governor
HB129 Worker retraining tax credit; manufacturing instruction for students. signed by governor
HB130 Chief Resiliency Officer; Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security to designate. dead
HB131 Health insurance; coverage for alternative pain management prescription drugs. dead
HB132 Controlled substances containing opioids; limits on prescription. dead
HB133 Employees; exclusions for home healthcare workers and home adult day care service providers. dead
HB134 Value engineering; raises minimum project cost. signed by governor
HB135 Dissemination of juvenile record information; emergency medical services agency applicants. signed by governor
HB136 Alcoholic beverage control; annual mixed beverage special events licenses for museums. dead
HB137 Marijuana; possession or distribution for medical purposes. dead
HB138 Fornication; repeals crime. dead
HB139 Health insurance; physician reimbursements, credentialing. signed by governor
HB140 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty. dead
HB141 Police and court records; expungement of records, absolute pardon. dead
HB142 Police and court records; expungement of records, pardons. dead
HB143 Police and court records; expungement of records. dead
HB144 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; removal of name and information from Registry. dead
HB145 Search warrant for a tracking device; delivery of affidavit. signed by governor
HB146 Va. National Guard, Va. Defense Force, etc.; employment protections. signed by governor
HB147 FOIA; scholastic records, student handheld mobile telephone numbers, etc. dead
HB148 Prescription Monitoring Program; requirements of prescribers, prescriptions for opioids. dead
HB149 Child support order payee; change in physical custody of child, orders involving DSS. dead
HB150 Child abuse and neglect; founded reports regarding former school employees. signed by governor
HB151 Conservators of the peace, special; authority. signed by governor
HB152 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts certain feminine hygiene products. dead
HB153 Revolutionary War cemeteries and graves; disbursement of appropriated sums to maintain. signed by governor
HB154 Commonwealth's tax system; conformity with federal law, emergency. enacted
HB155 Opioids; location of clinic for treatment of addiction in Henrico Cty., City of Newport News, etc. enacted
HB156 Convicts as witnesses; limitation on impeachment evidence. dead
HB157 Right to Treat Act; requirement of Maintenance of Certification prohibited, etc. dead
HB158 House of Delegates and Senate districts; General Assembly authorized to make technical adjustments. vetoed by governor
HB159 Family life education curricula; local school board to implement in grades kindergarten through 12. dead
HB160 Building code; mutual assistance. dead
HB161 Service districts; general government facilities may be constructed pursuant to power of districts. signed by governor
HB162 Proceeds of a sale, a partition suit, or condemnation proceeding; persons under a disability, etc. signed by governor
HB163 Conditional proffers; public facility capacity, previously approved residential developments. dead
HB164 Contractors, Board for; prerequisites to obtaining a building permit. signed by governor
HB165 Higher educational institutions, public; loans to students, collection. signed by governor
HB166 Court records; recording by microphotographic or electronic process. signed by governor
HB167 Diploma seals; science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. signed by governor
HB168 Class size limits; establishes maximum of 24 students in science laboratory classes in grades 6-12. dead
HB169 Lyme disease; information disclosure requirement, sunset. dead
HB170 Businesses; central filing of assumed or fictitious name, etc. signed by governor
HB171 Voter registration; extended time for new United States citizens to register. dead
HB172 Gun safes; establishes an exemption from retail sales tax. dead
HB173 Grand larceny and certain property crimes; increases threshold amount of money taken, etc., to $500. dead
HB174 Communication with individuals with certain disabilities; Dept. of CJS to establish protocol. dead
HB175 Hospital licenses, certain; effective date. signed by governor
HB176 Students with disabilities; feasibility of educational placement transition of certain students. dead
HB177 Distracted driving; handheld personal communications devices, driving with an animal. dead
HB178 Virginia Fair Housing Law; exemptions. dead
HB179 Public facilities; bonds issued for construction, municipal authority to retain certain tax revenue. signed by governor
HB180 Distracted driving; penalty. dead
HB181 Improper driving; use of handheld communication device while driving vehicle. passed senate
HB182 Coal combustion residuals unit; closure by 2022. dead
HB183 Income tax return; notification of data breach, taxpayer identity information. signed by governor
HB184 Drug Control Act; dispensing drugs without a prescription. dead
HB185 Health insurance; coverage for limited drug refills. dead
HB186 Absentee voting; persons age 65 or older. dead
HB187 Sex offenders in emergency shelters; notification registration. dead
HB188 Sentence reduction; substantial assistance to prosecution. signed by governor
HB189 Firearms; use or display during commission of a felony, killing or injuring police animals. dead
HB190 Real property tax; boards of equalization. signed by governor
HB191 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification. dead
HB192 Rainwater and gray water; regulations. enacted
HB193 Virginia Public Procurement Act; bid match preference for Virginia businesses. dead
HB194 Campaign finance; disclosure of all contributors. dead
HB195 Alexandria, City of; amending charter, tree planting and replacement. dead
HB196 Child abuse or neglect; extension of hearings to review findings by local depts. of social services. dead
HB197 Prescription monitoring program; definitions, requirement for filling prescriptions. dead
HB198 Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk, penalties. dead
HB199 Digital Citizenship, Internet Safety, and Media Literacy Advisory Council; established. dead
HB200 Income tax, state; subtraction for employer payment of qualified education loans. dead
HB201 Restitution; enforcement. dead
HB202 Court fines and costs; community service. signed by governor
HB203 Sentence reduction; substantial assistance to prosecution. dead
HB204 Energy benchmarking; access to data on energy usage in covered buildings. dead
HB205 Redistricting; criteria for remedial plans. dead
HB206 Pawnbrokers; digital image of forms of identification. signed by governor
HB207 Motor vehicles; operating with accumulated snow or ice, penalty. dead
HB208 Sexual battery; penalty. dead
HB209 Duty to take reasonable precautions; criminal conduct of a third party. dead
HB210 Juvenile and domestic relations district; pretrial appeals by the Commonwealth. dead
HB211 Ground water withdrawal permit term; lengthening to 15 years, permit fee. signed by governor
HB212 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; school boards and school board employees. signed by governor
HB213 Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council; formal advisory opinions, immunity. dead
HB214 Overweight permits; vehicles for hauling Virginia-grown farm produce over bridges and culverts. signed by governor
HB215 Teacher licensure; regulations governing licensure. signed by governor
HB216 Guardians, licensed physician, etc.; annual reports. dead
HB217 Electronic case papers; transmission between district and circuit courts. dead
HB218 Special license plates; ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELK FOUNDATION. in committee
HB219 Passing a stopped school bus; penalty. dead
HB220 Parks, local; waterway activities, liability. signed by governor
HB221 Education Improvement Scholarships tax credits; benefits and requirements for disabled students. dead
HB222 Income tax, corporate and state; modification for certain companies, grants. signed by governor
HB223 Virginia Human Rights Act; limitations on causes of action. dead
HB224 School buses, public; requirement of seat belts. dead
HB225 Grand larceny; increases threshold. dead
HB226 Patients; medically or ethically inappropriate care not required. signed by governor
HB227 Adoption by stepparent; background check. signed by governor
HB228 Virginia Public Records Act; records retained in electronic medium. signed by governor
HB229 Hurricane and Flooding Risk Reduction and Bond Rating Protection Act of 2018; report. dead
HB230 Vote by mail; pilot program. dead
HB231 County manager plan of government; popular election of school board. signed by governor
HB232 Language development for children who are deaf or hard of hearing; assessment resources. dead
HB233 Arts and cultural districts; relocates an existing section related to creation of districts. signed by governor
HB234 Health insurance; synchronization of medications. signed by governor
HB235 Acceptability of electronic medium; record of criminal proceedings to appellate court. signed by governor
HB236 Parked vehicles; registration, licensing, and titling requirements, improper use. signed by governor
HB237 One-stop small business permitting program; extends sunset date. signed by governor
HB238 State Corporation Commission; electronic registration system. signed by governor
HB239 Hunting with the assistance of dogs; hunting or killing raccoons on Sunday. signed by governor
HB240 Wage or salary history; inquiries prohibited, civil penalty. dead
HB241 Adoption; lowers amount of time child must reside with close relative. signed by governor
HB242 Professional sports teams; prohibition of public funding. dead
HB243 Jury duty; employees summoned to report. dead
HB244 Public utilities; cell phones, bill notice. dead
HB245 Vested rights; nonconforming use may be continued so long as use is not discontinued more than 1 yr. dead
HB246 Virginia Code Commission; duties. in committee
HB247 Office of the Attorney General; debt collection, fees. dead
HB248 REAL Parenting Pilot Program; DSS to establish. dead
HB249 Higher educational institutions, baccalaureate; fixed in-state tuition rates. dead
HB250 Virginia Fire Services Board; changes membership. dead
HB251 Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments. dead
HB252 High school staffing; mental health counselors. dead
HB253 Special education aides; caseload. dead
HB254 DHRM; duties of department, employee communication. dead
HB255 Public Preschool Fund and Grant Program; established. dead
HB256 Income tax, state, and property tax; exemption for substantial-capacity solar equipment. dead
HB257 Virginia Public Procurement Act; definitions, responsible bidder or offeror. dead
HB258 Computer trespass; penalty. dead
HB259 Payment of wages; remedies, penalties. dead
HB260 Virginia Critically Missing Adult Alert Program; created. signed by governor
HB261 Localities; regulation of firearms in government buildings. dead
HB262 Protective orders; cases of family abuse, cellular telephone numbers or other electronic device. signed by governor
HB263 Virginia Democracy Voucher Program; established. dead
HB264 Oyster-planting ground; transfer or assignment of lease to locality. dead
HB265 Election day; extending polling hours. dead
HB266 Hate crimes; gender, gender identity, or sexual orientation, penalty. dead
HB267 Crewe, Town of; amending charter, control of police force. signed by governor
HB268 Absentee voting; Intelligent Mail barcode required on return envelopes. dead
HB269 Virginia National Guard; state active duty pay. dead
HB270 Sale of dog or cat not obtained from releasing agency or animal rescue; prohibition. dead
HB271 Dogs, dangerous and vicious; requirements of an owner. dead
HB272 Voter registration; notification of denial. dead
HB273 Firearms; civil liability for sale or transfer, background check. dead
HB274 Informal truancy plans; students proceeded against or adjudicated on more than 2 occasions. signed by governor
HB275 Campaigns, certain; voluntary public financing. dead
HB276 Virginia Interim Redistricting Commission; criteria for remedial redistricting plans. dead
HB277 Guardians ad litem for children; report requirements, certification form. in committee
HB278 Compensation guardian ad litem appointed to represent a child; adjustment by the court. signed by governor
HB279 RICO Act; computer crimes, penalty. dead
HB280 Grand larceny; first offender sentence reduction. dead
HB281 Firearms, certain; possession by minors, parental permission, penalty. dead
HB282 VHDA Act; pilot program to help low-income persons who are currently renters become home owners. dead
HB283 Richmond, City of; amending charter, creates office of the inspector general. signed by governor
HB284 Historical African American cemeteries; owners and localities receiving funds. enacted
HB285 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Scholarship Pilot Program; VCCS shall establish, report. dead
HB286 Food and drink sanitary requirements; exception for dogs in wineries. enacted
HB287 License plates, special; STOP GUN VIOLENCE. signed by governor
HB288 Recordation tax; exemptions, certain limited liability companies & limited or general partnerships. dead
HB289 Divorce proceedings; transfer of case for modification. signed by governor
HB290 Obscene sexual display; third offense, penalty. dead
HB291 Social Services, Commissioner of; storage and preservation of orders and adoption files. signed by governor
HB292 Abduction; reports to school division superintendents. signed by governor
HB293 Prosecution; statement of expenses. dead
HB294 DNA; sample taken upon conviction, fee. dead
HB295 Resident stickers; turns in certain residential areas. in committee
HB296 Public schools; student discipline. dead
HB297 Administrative Process Act; exempts certain guidance documents from Act. enacted
HB298 Birth control; definition. dead
HB299 Congressional and state legislative districts; localities to eliminate split precincts. dead
HB300 Assault and battery; hate crime, penalty. dead
HB301 Correctional facilities, state, local, or regional; disclosure of health records. signed by governor
HB302 Counties, certain; granted powers of cities and towns. dead
HB303 Physical evidence recovery kits; submission to Department of Forensic Science. signed by governor
HB304 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; certain fraud crimes committed by a supplier. signed by governor
HB305 Standards of Quality funding; apportionment of state and local share. dead
HB306 Va. Public Procurement Act; preference for business participating in Va. Registered Apprenticeship. dead
HB307 Solicitation; prohibited on premises with a no soliciting sign, penalty. dead
HB308 Bicycles; passing in a lane prohibited. dead
HB309 Nursing homes; standards of care. dead
HB310 Estate tax; appropriation of its revenues for health care purposes. dead
HB311 Unlawful detainer, summons for; foreclosure. signed by governor
HB312 Special joint reapportionment committee; public hearings in 2018 on the redistricting process. dead
HB313 Prescription Monitoring Program; prescriber and dispenser patterns, annual review, report. signed by governor
HB314 Lobbyist disclosure; out-of-state registration report. dead
HB315 Death certificates; medical certification portion shall be filed electronically. dead
HB316 Norfolk, City of; amending charter, appointment of officers, record of ordinances, etc. signed by governor
HB317 Teachers; extension of three-year provisional licenses. dead
HB318 Teacher licensure by reciprocity; grace period. dead
HB319 Virginia Preschool Initiative program; enrollment. dead
HB320 Teachers; prerequisites for licensure or renewal of license. dead
HB321 Real estate brokers & salespersons; cease & desist orders for unlicensed activity. dead
HB322 Naloxone or other opioid antagonist; possession & administration. signed by governor
HB323 Personal injury; loss of consortium claims by certain relatives. dead
HB324 Southwestern Virginia Training Center; closure of Center prohibited. dead
HB325 Southwestern Va. Training Center & the Central Va. Training Center; closure prohibited. dead
HB326 Child abuse and neglect; venue may lie where alleged abuse or neglect occurred, etc. signed by governor
HB327 Higher educational institutions, public; graduation requirements. dead
HB328 Cancer patients; expedited external review of adverse coverage determinations. dead
HB329 High school graduation requirements; course load. signed by governor
HB330 Public elementary and secondary school students; use of unscented topical sunscreen. in subcommittee
HB331 Health insurance; plan for state and local government employees. dead
HB332 State employee health insurance plan; coverage for proton therapy. dead
HB333 Prescription Monitoring Program; requirements of prescribers, exceptions. dead
HB334 Teachers; provisional licensure, grace period. dead
HB335 Yorktown Victory Center; renamed the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown. signed by governor
HB336 Students with blindness or visual impairment; changes for special education programs. dead
HB337 Employee Retirement Security & Pension Reform, Commission on; change in membership. passed senate
HB338 Medicaid; Training, Education, Employment, and Opportunity Program for able-bodied adult recipients. in committee
HB339 Va. Debt Collection Act; public higher educational institutions, payment of student debt. signed by governor
HB340 Loudoun County; agreements for treasurer to collect and enforce real & personal property taxes. signed by governor
HB341 Cluster development; open space, stormwater management area. dead
HB342 Peeping or spying into dwelling; penalty. dead
HB343 Tuition, in-state; eligibility, certain individuals who have applied for permanent residency. dead
HB344 Higher educational institutions, public; constitutionally protected speech, etc. signed by governor
HB345 Coastal Adaptation and Protection, Special Assistant to the Governor for; position created. signed by governor
HB346 Watercraft, personal; prohibits operation on lake smaller than 50 acres. signed by governor
HB347 SCHEV; longitudinal data to be disaggregated by degree program and level. signed by governor
HB348 Medical assistance; eligibility for state plan. dead
HB349 Pupil information; military recruiters, opt-out. dead
HB350 Full-day kindergarten program; implementation in school divisions. dead
HB351 Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and room and board, enrollment. dead
HB352 Virginia Highway Corporation Act of 1988; toll rate approval by State Corporation Commission. dead
HB353 Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty. dead
HB354 School calendar; opening day of school year. dead
HB355 Virginia Fuels Tax Act; refueling vehicles. dead
HB356 Voter registration; notification of denial. dead
HB357 Voting; ballots cast during court-ordered extended polling hours. dead
HB358 Ground water management; subdivisions, technical evaluation. signed by governor
HB359 Rabies; quarantine of dog after possible exposure, police dogs. signed by governor
HB360 Historical African American cemeteries; adds Daughters of Zion Cemetery in Charlottesville to list. signed by governor
HB361 Billboards; relocation of certain signs. dead
HB362 Law-enforcement officer; change in definition, security division of the Virginia Lottery. passed committee
HB363 Sexual orientation change efforts; prohibited as training for certain health care providers, etc. dead
HB364 Execution of temporary detention orders; inmates in local correctional facilities. signed by governor
HB365 Income tax, state and corporate; subtraction for Virginia real estate investment trust income. enacted
HB366 Felons; restoration of firearms rights, report to State Police. passed committee
HB367 Investment advisors; registration fee review, report. dead
HB368 Affordable Care Act; waiver request by Commissioner of Insurance. dead
HB369 Admissions tax; Wythe County authorized to impose. signed by governor
HB370 DMV; fees unpaid, minimum amount due prior to suspension of services or privileges. dead
HB371 Sexual harassment training; requirement for legislative branch. signed by governor
HB372 School calendar; opening day of the school year. in committee
HB373 Multistate Tax Commission; the Commonwealth to become associate member. signed by governor
HB374 Controlled substances; exposure, bodily injury to law-enforcement officers, etc., penalty. dead
HB375 Local government; prohibiting certain practices requiring contractors to provide compensation, etc. vetoed by governor
HB376 Secure and Resilient Commonwealth Panel; changes appointing authorities for members. enacted
HB377 Virginia Water Protection Permit; exception for stormwater management facility on dry land. signed by governor
HB378 Electronic case papers; transmission between district and circuit courts. signed by governor
HB379 Chief Medical Examiner, Office of; collection of fees. dead
HB380 Grow Your Own Teacher Program Fund and Grow Your Own Teacher Programs; established. dead
HB381 Virginia State Police Electronic Summons System Fund; created. dead
HB382 Voter precincts; precincts contained wholly within congressional or state legislative district. dead
HB383 Missing-heir search firms; void contracts. dead
HB384 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Board of Directors; review of Board. signed by governor
HB385 Health care providers; meeting, trial, and deposition charges. dead
HB386 Health insurance; step therapy protocols. dead
HB387 Driver's license renewals; shall not be issued for more than eight years or less than five years. signed by governor
HB388 Substitute teachers; duration of teaching period. dead
HB389 Child abuse and neglect; notice of founded reports to Superintendent of Public Instruction. signed by governor
HB390 High school graduation; certificates of program completion. dead
HB391 Uniform Statewide Building Code; enforcement, inspection warrants, hoarding. dead
HB392 Electric utility regulation; solar energy. dead
HB393 Electric utilities; net energy metering, program cap. dead
HB394 Philanthropy and Social Innovation, Advisory Board on; established, sunset provision. dead
HB395 Education improvement scholarships tax credit; eligibility requirements. dead
HB396 State Corporation Commission; assistance with foreign insurance policies. signed by governor
HB397 Absentee voting; certain information not required when completing application in person. signed by governor
HB398 Virginia Public Procurement Act; bid, performance, and payment bonds, waiver by localities, sunset. signed by governor
HB399 School boards; work-based learning experiences for students, notification. signed by governor
HB400 Chesapeake Bay watershed; replacement of trees during development process. dead
HB401 Discrimination; sexual orientation and gender identity. dead
HB402 Law-enforcement agencies, local; body-worn camera systems. dead
HB403 Voter registration; automatic voter registration. dead
HB404 Open-end credit plans; prohibits a creditor from extending credit at an annual rate exceeding 36%. dead
HB405 Firearms; possession and transport following certain convictions, penalty. dead
HB406 Guardianship; communication between incapacitated persons & others, notification of relatives. dead
HB407 Birth certificates; change of sex. dead
HB408 Right to keep & bear arms; codifies opinion of Supreme Court of the U.S. in D.C. v. Heller. dead
HB409 Taxation; use of gender-neutral terms in Title 58.1. dead
HB410 Property rights of married women; gender-neutral terms. dead
HB411 Assisted conception; gender-neutral terms. dead
HB412 Marriage-related criminal laws; gender-neutral terms, adultery repeal, penalty. dead
HB413 Adoption; gender-neutral terms. dead
HB414 Same-sex marriage; marriage laws, gender-neutral terms. dead
HB415 Gender-specific crimes, certain; penalty. dead
HB416 Workers' compensation; audits of employer's premises. dead
HB417 Sentencing guidelines; modification, new sentencing proceeding. dead
HB418 Adoption; circuit court to accept a petition filed by child's foster parent. signed by governor
HB419 Juveniles; increases minimum age for trial as adult. dead
HB420 Teachers; model exit questionnaire, statewide implementation. dead
HB421 Multi-family residential building; sale of electricity to occupants. dead
HB422 Alcoholic beverage control; sales by brewery on licensed premises. signed by governor
HB423 Composite index of local ability-to-pay; use value of real estate in certain localities. dead
HB424 Animal shelters; administration of Schedule VI biological products. passed senate
HB425 Cruelty to animals; treatment for violations, ownership of animals. dead
HB426 Careless driving; cause of injury to vulnerable road user, penalty. dead
HB427 United States Senate; filling vacancies. dead
HB428 Speed limits; minimum speed on certain highways. dead
HB429 Certificate of public need; exempts establishment of certain ambulatory surgery centers in Danville. dead
HB430 Law-enforcement officers; qualifications, psychological examination. dead
HB431 Enterprise Zone Grant Program; designation of enterprise zone. signed by governor
HB432 Registration and titling of vehicles; photo identification required. dead
HB433 Banks and credit unions; closure, appointment of receiver. signed by governor
HB434 Health insurance; coverage for proton therapy. dead
HB435 Health insurance; expedited external review of adverse coverage decisions, cancer treatments. dead
HB436 Electric utilities; mandatory renewable portfolio standard. dead
HB437 Adoption and foster care; barrier crimes, exception. signed by governor
HB438 School boards, local, etc.; prohibits assisting person for new job if engaged in misconduct w/minor. signed by governor
HB439 Real Estate Board; licensees may assist in translation of real estate documents. signed by governor
HB440 Indigent defendants; public defender office, appointment of counsel. dead
HB441 Police and court records; expungement, acquittals. dead
HB442 Career and technical education credentials; testing accommodations for English language learners. signed by governor
HB443 High school graduation requirements; substitution of computer coding for foreign language credit. signed by governor
HB444 Parole Board; personal interviews of prisoners eligible for parole. dead
HB445 School principals; incident reports. dead
HB446 Drivers' license; driving on a suspended or revoked license, punishable as traffic infraction. dead
HB447 Chesapeake Bay Preservation Areas; preservation of mature trees. dead
HB448 Menstrual supplies; exempts certain supplies from sales and use tax. dead
HB449 Voter registration; permitted up to and including election day. dead
HB450 Abortion; informed written consent. dead
HB451 Virginia Life, Accident and Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association; board of directors. signed by governor
HB452 Prescription Monitoring Program; requirements of prescribers, exceptions. dead
HB453 Airport boards and authorities; transparency and accountability for use of Dept. and Board funds. signed by governor
HB454 Higher educational institutions, public; governing boards, open educational resources. signed by governor
HB455 Railroad right-of-way; allocation of funds for certain contract fees for access. dead
HB456 Health Professions, Department of; suspension of license, nonpayment of student loans. dead
HB457 ABLE savings trust agreements; elimination of Medicaid clawback. dead
HB458 CBD oil and THC-A oil; certification for use, dispensing. dead
HB459 Red salamander; designating as state salamander. signed by governor
HB460 Workers' compensation; retaliatory discharge of employee. dead
HB461 Workers' compensation; employer to notify employee of intent to accept or deny claim. dead
HB462 Workers' compensation; foreign injuries. dead
HB463 Meal breaks for employees; civil penalty. dead
HB464 Pedestrians; drivers yielding the right-of-way. dead
HB465 Watercraft; increases sales and use tax rate. dead
HB466 Payday loans & motor vehicle title loans; purchase from federally chartered financial institution. dead
HB467 Coal ash; recycling or reuse. dead
HB468 Digital devices; deactivation or alteration of embedded software. dead
HB469 Electric vehicle; establishes tax credit on purchase or lease price. dead
HB470 Dependents of disabled veterans; waiver of tuition and mandatory fees. dead
HB471 Small businesses, new; state and local tax and regulatory exemptions. dead
HB472 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. dead
HB473 Virginia Public Procurement Act; use of best value contracting. dead
HB474 Solar energy collection devices; land lease program for installation. dead
HB475 Commercial motor vehicles; certain high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes. dead
HB476 Community service careers; tuition and fee waivers at higher educational institutions. dead
HB477 Guardianship; communication between incapacitated persons and others. dead
HB478 Domestic violence-related misdemeanors; enhanced, penalty. dead
HB479 Barrier crimes; adult substance abuse and mental health treatment providers. dead
HB480 Restitution; enforcement. dead
HB481 Jury service; deferral of service if full-time student. signed by governor
HB482 Witness testimony; accompanied by certified facility dogs. signed by governor
HB483 Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; restitution owed to victims. signed by governor
HB484 Restitution; probation. signed by governor
HB485 Restitution; payments of defendant on supervised probation. dead
HB486 Alcoholic beverage control; granting of certain mixed beverage licenses. signed by governor
HB487 Oyster planting-ground lease; transfer or assignment to localities. dead
HB488 Blacksburg, Town of; amending charter, clarifies voting on proposed ordinance. signed by governor
HB489 Registration and licensing of vehicles; payment of local taxes and fees. signed by governor
HB490 Frederick County; property tax exemptions. dead
HB491 Custody and visitation; rights of parents with a disability. dead
HB492 Passing a stopped school bus; conviction shall not be made part of driving record. dead
HB493 Stormwater Local Assistance Fund; recipient of grants to use portion to pay administrative costs. dead
HB494 Land development; replacement of trees, locality within Chesapeake Bay watershed. signed by governor
HB495 Secrecy of tax information; local officials to disclose information to non-governmental entities. signed by governor
HB496 Students who receive home instruction; participation in interscholastic programs. dead
HB497 Students who receive home instruction; dual enrollment courses in local school division. dead
HB498 Concealed handgun permits, out-of-state; reciprocity. dead
HB499 Nursing, Board of; regulations governing identification badges. dead
HB500 Veteran Entrepreneur and Capital Resources Program and Fund; established. dead
HB501 Home hospice programs; disposal of drugs. signed by governor
HB502 Criminal street gang; predicate offenses, penalty. dead
HB503 Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure of information, fitness to work evaluations. dead
HB504 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; definition of 'custodian.' dead
HB505 Traffic signs; people with disabilities, posting of signs on certain roadways. signed by governor
HB506 Improper driving; use of handheld communication device while driving vehicle. dead
HB507 Standards of Quality; instructional programs and positions, dual language teachers. signed by governor
HB508 Solar facilities; local regulation. signed by governor
HB509 Comprehensive plan; solar facilities. signed by governor
HB510 Handheld personal communications device; prohibition on use while driving. dead
HB511 Child abuse or neglect; sex offenders, investigations, reports to law enforcement. enacted
HB512 Sales & use tax; prohibits accelerated collection of payments from retail merchants & other dealers. dead
HB513 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; implementation of certification programs. dead
HB514 Search warrants; unattended deaths. dead
HB515 Custody and visitation; rights of parents with a disability. dead
HB516 Food establishment inspections; exemptions for private homes where resident processes yogurt. dead
HB517 Involuntary commitment of a juvenile; notification of parents. dead
HB518 Minimum wage; increases wage to $9 per hour effective July 1, 2018, etc. dead
HB519 Violent felony; definition, assault and battery against a law-enforcement officer, etc. dead
HB520 Nonresident warehousers and nonresident third-party logistics providers; Board of Pharmacy. signed by governor
HB521 Virtual Virginia; enrollment in online learning program during school year to be open, etc. dead
HB522 Criminal sexual assault; establishes safe reporting. dead
HB523 Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc., Board for; membership. enacted
HB524 License plates, special; removes certain fees. dead
HB525 Carnal knowledge of pretrial or posttrial offender; bail bondsmen, increases penalty. passed committee
HB526 Cigarette tax, local; refund of unused stamps. dead
HB527 Historical African American cemeteries and graves; adds Mt. Calvary Cemetery in City of Portsmouth. signed by governor
HB528 Independent living arrangement; DJJ, placement of certain individuals. signed by governor
HB529 Sales and use tax revenue; distribution to certain localities. dead
HB530 Intergovernmental Cooperation, Virginia Commission on; appointment of House of Delegates members. signed by governor
HB531 Workers' compensation; proof of coverage information. signed by governor
HB532 Hemp, industrial; research programs. signed by governor
HB533 Veterans; acceptance of substantially equivalent military training, etc. signed by governor
HB534 Method of nominating party candidates; repeal of incumbent selection. dead
HB535 Higher educational institutions, public; dual enrollment course credit. dead
HB536 Alcoholic beverage control; sales conducted at government stores established. dead
HB537 SOL; DOE to make available to school divisions assessments in advance of each school year. dead
HB538 Taxpayers; TAX and VEC to consider feasibility of filing tax reports and payments electronically. signed by governor
HB539 Primary elections; costs of elections, payment by the proper political party. dead
HB540 Elections; changes definition of 'party' or 'political party.' dead
HB541 Veterans, certain; alternative treatment options. in subcommittee
HB542 Dual enrollment agreements; scope. dead
HB543 General Services, Department of; lease or sublease of surplus property to charitable organizations. enacted
HB544 High School to Work Partnerships; establishment, exemptions. signed by governor
HB545 Child care licensure; forfeiture of eligibility for religious exemption. signed by governor
HB546 Grand larceny; first offender sentence reduction. dead
HB547 Alcoholic beverage control; brewery licensees. dead
HB548 Spotsylvania and Orange, Counties of; boundary agreement, attachment of GIS map to petitions. signed by governor
HB549 State agency; legislation requiring an agency to adopt regulations. dead
HB550 Alcoholic beverage control; expands privileges of bed and breakfast licensees. dead
HB551 Nonpayment of wages; private cause of action by an employee. dead
HB552 Bed-and-breakfast operations; definition of restaurant. signed by governor
HB553 Elections for certain offices; ranked choice voting. dead
HB554 Broker's licenses; bed and breakfast establishments. signed by governor
HB555 Professions and occupations; hair braiding. signed by governor
HB556 State Corporation Commission; intervenor compensation. dead
HB557 Virginia Public Procurement Act; public works contract requirements, apprenticeship utilization. dead
HB558 Workers' Compensation; employer's liability for medical services provided outside the Commonwealth. signed by governor
HB559 Conflict of Interests Acts, State & Local Gov't, & General Assembly; post-service restrictions. dead
HB560 Virginia Energy Efficiency Revolving Fund; created. dead
HB561 State Corporation Commission; increases number of members. dead
HB562 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. dead
HB563 Motor vehicles, certain; flashing red or red and white warning lights. signed by governor
HB564 Hunting apparel; hunting from an enclosed blind, displaying solid blaze orange or solid blaze pink. signed by governor
HB565 Synthetic turf; 3-year moratorium on installation of turf that contains recycled crumb rubber. dead
HB566 Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; annual inspection of disclosure forms. dead
HB567 Conflicts of Interests Acts, State and Local Government and General Assembly; bundled gifts. dead
HB568 Election day; extending polling hours. dead
HB569 Suicide prevention activities; Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services to report. signed by governor
HB570 Real estate settlement agents; presumption of competency, etc. dead
HB571 Alcohol; unlawful consumption, purchase, or possession. passed senate
HB572 Pharmacy contracts; disclosures by pharmacists. dead
HB573 Health insurance rate reviews; pharmacy benefit price spread. dead
HB574 Va. Public Procurement Act; cooperative procurement, stream restoration & stormwater management. signed by governor
HB575 Virginia Waterway Maintenance Fund and Grant Program; established. dead
HB576 High school graduation requirements; substitution of computer coding for foreign language credit. dead
HB577 Crab scraping; possession of hard crabs. signed by governor
HB578 Neighborhood assistance tax credits; reduces amount of credit of value for certain donations. dead
HB579 Transient occupancy tax; taxes on room rentals, etc., in state parks. dead
HB580 Driver privilege cards; authorizes issuance of new cards by DMV. dead
HB581 Inspection stations; appointments. signed by governor
HB582 Vehicle safety inspections; maximum charges. dead
HB583 Premium Security Plan; created, report. dead
HB584 Oyster-planting ground; Lynnhaven River and its tributaries. dead
HB585 Magistrates; additional compensation. dead
HB586 Community energy programs; investor-owned electric utilities & electric cooperatives to establish. dead
HB587 Consumer arbitration; private arbitration company, information reporting requirement. dead
HB588 Abused or neglected child; expands definition. dead
HB589 Higher educational institutions, public and private; diplomas, proof of education. signed by governor
HB590 Real property tax; determining fair market value of real property owned by a community land trust. signed by governor
HB591 Land bank entities; real property tax exemption for certain leasehold interests. signed by governor
HB592 Land bank entities; acquisition of real property. signed by governor
HB593 Cruelty to animals; equines, penalty. dead
HB594 Local government; authority to require abatement of criminal blight on real property. signed by governor
HB595 Overdoses; safe reporting. dead
HB596 Firearm magazines; prohibition of sale, transfer, etc., fine. dead
HB597 Firearms; mechanical devices designed to increase the rate of fire, penalty. dead
HB598 Virginia Grown Label program; created, regulations. dead
HB599 Child support; nonpayment, amount of arrearage paid, suspension of driver's license. dead
HB600 Public employment; inquiries by state agencies and localities regarding criminal convictions. dead
HB601 Agricultural enterprise facilities; authorizes DACS to establish in rural areas of the Commonwealth. dead
HB602 Concealed handgun permits; demonstration of competence. dead
HB603 Concealed handgun permits, nonresident; fee. dead
HB604 Telecommunications; warrant requirement for records. dead
HB605 Motor vehicles; prohibition on leaving unattended vehicles running, local option. dead
HB606 Telecommunications; Dept. of Historic Resources to convene work group to examine Sect. 106 review. dead
HB607 Recovery community organization pilot program; DBHDS to evaluate. dead
HB608 Virginia Public Procurement Act; high-risk contracts, report. dead
HB609 Housing; installation and maintenance of smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in rental property. signed by governor
HB610 Rights of ingress and egress; use of former rail spur track easement, continuation or reinstatement. dead
HB611 Certificate of public need; issuance for new neonatal care services in Planning District 5. in committee
HB612 Learner's permits; issuance to delinquent children. dead
HB613 Child and spousal support; access to case files. signed by governor
HB614 Social work; practice. signed by governor
HB615 Virginia Student Loan Refinancing Authority; established. dead
HB616 Congressional and legislative districts; certain prohibitions. dead
HB617 Discovery in criminal cases; duty to provide. dead
HB618 Larceny; subsequent offenses. dead
HB619 Alcoholic beverage control; possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages by interdicted persons. dead
HB620 Prosecutions, limitation of; certain felonies. dead
HB621 Cobalt poisoning; notice to patients of risk. dead
HB622 Sex offenders; prohibited entry onto school property, penalty. passed committee
HB623 Law enforcement; false reports, penalty. dead
HB624 Teacher, counselor, principal, etc.; expenses tax credit. dead
HB625 Minors; alternative facility of temporary detention. dead
HB626 Wages; limiting employees' sharing of information prohibited, civil penalty. dead
HB627 Inspections prior to sale; exception, certain special orders. signed by governor
HB628 Polling places; memorandum of understanding. dead
HB629 Firearms; purchase, possession, or transporting by fugitive. dead
HB630 Hydrilla verticillata; VDACS to declare as a noxious weed. dead
HB631 Employers; decisions to opt out of providing contraceptive coverage. dead
HB632 Career investigation courses and programs of instruction; Board of Education to establish. signed by governor
HB633 Driver's licenses; suspensions for certain non-driving related offenses. dead
HB634 Two-way video testimony; reports by Chief Medical Examiner. dead
HB635 Fishing; free day due to inclement weather. signed by governor
HB636 State forest roads and trails; use of electric personal assistive mobility device. dead
HB637 Bristol, City of; amending charter, dissolves economic development committee. signed by governor
HB638 Trespass; use of an unmanned aircraft system, penalty. signed by governor
HB639 Fiber optics and other communications infrastructure; identifying during road construction projects. dead
HB640 Comprehensive plan, locality's; broadband infrastructure. signed by governor
HB641 Prescription Monitoring Program; recipients of dispensed Schedule II drugs. dead
HB642 Legal notices; online publications. dead
HB643 First responders; reduced rate tuition. dead
HB644 Meningococcal conjugate; immunizations, requirement of one dose before child enters sixth grade. dead
HB645 Strip searches; authorized search of certain misdemeanants, etc. dead
HB646 Tethering animals; adequate shelter and space. dead
HB647 Virginia Public Procurement Act; architectural and professional engineering term contracts. dead
HB648 Transfer of multiple firearms; report to the Department of State Police. dead
HB649 Firearms, certain; prohibited public carrying, penalty. dead
HB650 Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty. dead
HB651 Protective orders; possession of firearms, penalty. dead
HB652 School Divisions of Innovation; performance-based assessments. dead
HB653 Employers; sexual harassment training, penalty. dead
HB654 Alcoholic beverage control; distiller licensee, commission from sales on licensed premises, etc. dead
HB655 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; disclosure by local government officers. dead
HB656 Telecommunications; Dept. of Historic Resources to convene work group to examine Sect. 106 review. dead
HB657 Virginia Public Procurement Act; competitive sealed bidding. dead
HB658 Higher educational institutions; campus housing. dead
HB659 Distance learning reciprocity agreements; out-of-state providers. passed subcommittee
HB660 Death investigations; Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy. dead
HB661 Assault and battery against a family or household member; enhanced penalty. passed senate
HB662 American Legion Bridge; VDOT to submit a plan for remediation of bridge. signed by governor
HB663 Cooperative agreement; reimbursement of costs necessary to examine, review, and supervise. signed by governor
HB664 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; transfer of public records, definition of 'custodian.' dead
HB665 Coalfield employment enhancement tax credit; metallurgical coal mined by underground methods. signed by governor
HB666 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; school boards and school board employees. dead
HB667 Wage; prevailing requirement for public works contracts, penalty. dead
HB668 Transportation funding in certain areas of the Commonwealth; price floor. dead
HB669 Natural Tunnel Parkway; authorizes DCR to accept certain real property in Scott County. signed by governor
HB670 Standards of Quality; local match for basic aid, debt service on projects in school divisions. passed committee
HB671 Tourism Development Authority; reorganizes Authority. signed by governor
HB672 Driver's licenses; suspension of license for unsatisfied judgments and after certain accidents. dead
HB673 Transitional Medical Assistance Services Program; established, report. dead
HB674 Common Interest Community Board; developer may obtain surety bond or letter of credit. signed by governor
HB675 Alternative onsite sewage systems; Board of Health to review regulations. stricken
HB676 Children; services for deaf or hard of hearing. in committee
HB677 'The New Dominion' by Edward W. Lull; designating as state poem. dead
HB678 Income tax, state; subtraction for all retirement income. dead
HB679 Breach of personal information notification; defines unreasonable delay. dead
HB680 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; minimum tax on trailers. enacted
HB681 Nonresident concealed handgun permits; time of issuance. dead
HB682 Certificate of public need; establishing new ambulatory surgery center in Hampton Roads. dead
HB683 Uniform Statewide Building Code; security of certain records. signed by governor
HB684 Highways, certain; maximum speed limits. signed by governor
HB685 Cybersecurity Student Loan Repayment Grant Program; established, report. passed committee
HB686 Unclaimed property; deposits and funds with financial institutions, charges and interest. signed by governor
HB687 Virginia Public School Improvement Program; created, report. dead
HB688 Student discipline; alternative education programs. dead
HB689 Human trafficking training standards; DCJS to establish for law-enforcement. dead
HB690 General registrars; residency requirement, exemption for counties or cities. signed by governor
HB691 Circuit courts; number of judges in the Twenty-first and Twenty-second Judicial Circuits. dead
HB692 Virginia Regional Industrial Facilities Act; revenue sharing, composite index. passed committee
HB693 Agricultural operations; throwing certain substances upon property, penalty. dead
HB694 School board policies; homework assignments using Internet connection. dead
HB695 Medicaid; work requirement. dead
HB696 Food stamps; eligibility for program, work requirement. dead
HB697 Professional counselors; requirements for licensure, supervision of applicants. dead
HB698 Land use permits; issuance by Department of Transportation. signed by governor
HB699 Motor vehicle fuels; sales tax in certain transportation districts. dead
HB700 School readiness; tax credits established for five categories of expenditures. dead
HB701 General Assembly; streaming and recording every committee and subcommittee meeting. dead
HB702 Libraries; assessment for costs in civil actions, disbursement for law libraries. dead
HB703 Lethality assessment program; Department of Criminal Justice Services to establish. dead
HB704 Arbitration agreements; unconscionable and unenforceable provisions, sexual harassment and assault. dead
HB705 Broadband services; prohibited features. dead
HB706 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount. dead
HB707 Firearms; allowing access to children, penalty. dead
HB708 Forward-facing child restraint devices; requirement for transporting children. signed by governor
HB709 Zoning; violation, penalties. signed by governor
HB710 Children's Ombudsman, Office of the; created. dead
HB711 Educational Parity, Commission on; established, report. dead
HB712 Highways, bridges, interchanges, and other transportation facilities; authority to name. dead
HB713 Commercial dog breeders; cages. dead
HB714 Building Code; provisions for buildings & structures in rural areas. dead
HB715 Minimum wage; increases to $10.10 per hour effective January 1, 2019, etc. dead
HB716 Low-income taxpayers; refundable income tax credit. dead
HB717 Firearms; criminal history record information check on transferee, penalties. dead
HB718 Hate crimes; criminal acts against persons because of gender, etc. dead
HB719 Hate crimes; immigration status, civil action, penalty. dead
HB720 Firearms; purchase or transport, simple assault hate crime. dead
HB721 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty. dead
HB722 Property Owners' Association Act; action of the board of directors. dead
HB723 Stormwater management facilities; private residential lots, disclosure. dead
HB724 Virginia Public Procurement Act; amends prompt payment provisions, etc. dead
HB725 Small businesses; change in definition. dead
HB726 Virginia Public Procurement Act; small business and microbusiness procurement enhancement program. dead
HB727 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exclusion of records relating to public safety. signed by governor
HB728 Newspapers; alters requirements that may be used for legal notices and publications. dead
HB729 Virginia Fire Services Board; powers & duties, modular training program for volunteer firefighters. signed by governor
HB730 Certificate of public need; ophthalmic ambulatory surgical centers. dead
HB731 Medical Assistance Services, Department of; payment for certain services to hospice patients. dead
HB732 Contractors; work without valid Va. license, prohibited acts. signed by governor
HB733 Absentee voting; no-excuse in-person available 21 days prior to election. dead
HB734 Constitutional amendment; special funds for transportation purposes. dead
HB735 Language development for children who are deaf or hard of hearing; assessment resources. dead
HB736 Seaplanes; DCR to allow to land on lakes in state parks. dead
HB737 Motor Vehicles, Department of, documents; veteran endorsement. signed by governor
HB738 Milk Commission; wholesale prices. dead
HB739 Police animals; attacking, killing, etc., penalty. dead
HB740 Cyber centers of excellence; Department of Education to establish task force. dead
HB741 Human Rights, Virginia Division of; informal determinations inadmissible in civil action. dead
HB742 Jurisdiction of claim; plaintiff's motion to amend claim amount, transfer of matter. dead
HB743 Judges; maximum number in each judicial district and circuit. signed by governor
HB744 Protective orders, preliminary; contents of order. dead
HB745 Adultery; reduces penalty to a civil penalty. dead
HB746 Wills and revocable trusts; eliminating certain inconsistencies. signed by governor
HB747 Veterinarians; exemption from sales and use tax on purchase or prescription of drugs and medicines. in committee
HB748 Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; eligibility. dead
HB749 Minors; abduction for purpose of prostitution, penalty. dead
HB750 Presentence reports; access by work release programs. dead
HB751 Motorboats; means of propulsion, wakesurfing. signed by governor
HB752 Accountants, public; issuance, renewal, and reinstatement of licenses. signed by governor
HB753 Administrative Process Act; exemption for certain regulations of the Board of Accountancy. signed by governor
HB754 Elective share claim; calculation of the augmented estate. signed by governor
HB755 Foreclosure; notice of sale when owner is deceased. signed by governor
HB756 Chesapeake, City of; amending charter, director of audit services. signed by governor
HB757 Sex offenders in emergency shelters; notification registration. passed senate
HB758 Death penalty; severe mental illness. dead
HB759 Certificate of public need; establishing ambulatory surgery center in Roanoke Valley-Alleghany RC. dead
HB760 Virginia Public Procurement Act; exemption for Virginia-grown food products. signed by governor
HB761 License plates, special; BELIEVING IN THE FUTURE OF AGRICULTURE SINCE 1927. signed by governor
HB762 Claims; Danial J. Williams, Joseph Jesse Dick, Jr., Eric Cameron Wilson, and Derek Elliot Tice. signed by governor
HB763 Revenue Reserve Fund; created, report. enacted
HB764 Consortium Comprehensive Cancer Center Advisory Board; established, report. passed committee
HB765 Transportation processes in the Commonwealth; responsibilities of transportation entities, funding. enacted
HB766 Commonwealth of Virginia Institutions of Higher Education Bond Act of 2018; created. signed by governor
HB767 Elections; precincts not to be changed between certain dates. signed by governor
HB768 Motor vehicle fuels; sales tax in certain regions of the Commonwealth. signed by governor
HB769 Capital outlay plan; updates six-year plan for projects. passed senate
HB770 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; members of Authority are voting members. enacted
HB771 Potomac Aquifer recharge monitoring; creates advisory board and laboratory. passed committee
HB772 Ground water withdrawal permit term; lengthening to 15 years. dead
HB773 Nuisance; breach of peace. dead
HB774 Public procurement; contracting for construction on a construction management basis. dead
HB775 Removal of snow and ice; county executive form of government. signed by governor
HB776 Secondary highways; regulating of parking in Albemarle County. signed by governor
HB777 Emergency air medical transportation; informed decision. passed committee
HB778 Air medical transportation; informed decision. signed by governor
HB779 Norfolk, City of; eliminates cap on salaries of appointed members of school board. signed by governor
HB780 Nonconfidential court records; clerk of court shall make records available to public upon request. signed by governor
HB781 Virginia Open Data Initiative Act; created, report. dead
HB782 Electric utilities; battery deployment pilot programs. dead
HB783 Legal notices; advertisement by certain towns. dead
HB784 Congressional & state legislative districts; criteria for General Assembly to observe in drawing. dead
HB785 General Assembly; Department of Planning and Budget to prepare fiscal impact statements. dead
HB786 Taxes, local; taxpayer's application to court to correct erroneous assessments. in committee
HB787 Real property taxes; appeals to boards of equalization. in committee
HB788 Tax return preparers; requirement that paid preparers use identification numbers, civil penalty. signed by governor
HB789 Banks; stock ownership by directors. signed by governor
HB790 Barbers and cosmetologists, licensed; exemptions. signed by governor
HB791 School personnel; staffing ratios, school nurses. dead
HB792 Income tax, state; subtraction for military veterans with a permanent service-connected disability. dead
HB793 Nurse practitioners; practice agreements. signed by governor
HB794 Virginia Indoor Clean Air Act; smoking in public buildings prohibited, penalty. dead
HB795 Prisons; isolated confinement prohibited, exceptions. dead
HB796 Zoning; modification, etc., to property for persons with disabilities, board of zoning appeals. signed by governor
HB797 Electronic visitation; state correctional facilities. signed by governor
HB798 Income tax, state; apportionment of sales for debt buyers. signed by governor
HB799 Aircraft, public; definition. signed by governor
HB800 Towing; increases maximum hookup and initial towing fee of any passenger car. signed by governor
HB801 Stormwater regulation; no stricter than federal law. dead
HB802 Eluding police; penalty. dead
HB803 High school equivalency programs; extends eligibility. signed by governor
HB804 VEDP; grants and other economic incentive programs administered. dead
HB805 Stormwater management regulations; localities outside Chesapeake Bay watershed. dead
HB806 Southwestern Virginia Training Center and Southeastern Virginia Training Center; closure prohibited. dead
HB807 Custody and visitation agreements; best interests of the child, definition of other violent abuse. dead
HB808 Standards of Learning assessments; scoring. dead
HB809 School boards, local; display of commercial advertising material on school buses. in subcommittee
HB810 School bus operators; classroom and behind-the-wheel training. signed by governor
HB811 Slow vehicles; leaving right-most lane for passing, penalty. dead
HB812 Virginia Coal Surface Mining Reclamation Fund Advisory Board; increases membership, duties. signed by governor
HB813 Direct service providers; disclosure of information by employers. signed by governor
HB814 Firearms; control by localities, lawful demonstrations and protests. dead
HB815 Individuals receiving services; right to unmonitored communication and access to 911. dead
HB816 Governor's Secretaries; reporting substance abuse data and information. dead
HB817 Firearms; DCJS, et al., to develop guidance documents for petitions to restore rights. dead
HB818 Monument Removal Fund; established, memorials for war veterans. dead
HB819 Firearms; prohibits mechanical devices designed to increase rate of fire, penalty. dead
HB820 Alcoholic beverage control; delivery of wine or beer to retail, wholesaler requirement. signed by governor
HB821 Little Island Coast Guard Station; conveyance of certain property in Virginia Beach. signed by governor
HB822 Menhaden; adjusts annual total allowable landings. dead
HB823 Contractors, general; waiver or diminishment of lien rights, subordination of lien rights. signed by governor
HB824 Short-term rentals; local ordinances regulating rentals in Cities of Lexington and Virginia Beach. signed by governor
HB825 Herd shares; written shared herd ownership agreements, regulations, penalty. dead
HB826 Alcoholic beverage control; increases general license application fee. signed by governor
HB827 School buses, new; Board of Education to promulgate regulations requiring extended warning signs. dead
HB828 Personal property tax; computer equipment and peripherals used in data centers. signed by governor
HB829 Compulsory school attendance; requires parent of school-age child to cause child to attend school. signed by governor
HB830 TNC partner vehicles; interior trade dress. signed by governor
HB831 Virtual Virginia; availability to all public middle and high schools. dead
HB832 Certificate of public need; open heart services in Northern Virginia. dead
HB833 Hate crimes; adds to list of crimes that a multi-jurisdiction grand jury may investigate. dead
HB834 Voter registration; automatic voter registration. dead
HB835 Absentee voting; no excuse required when voting in person. dead
HB836 Child day programs at public or private school facilities; exemptions. signed by governor
HB837 First Chance Trust Fund and First Chance Program; created, report. dead
HB838 Contributions for safe driving education; Mid-Atlantic Foundation for Safety and Education Fund. dead
HB839 Motorcycle franchises, dealers, manufacturers, and distributors; rights and duties. dead
HB840 Victim telephone numbers and email addresses; confidentiality of information in criminal cases. signed by governor
HB841 Criminal cases; admissibility of prior inconsistent statements. dead
HB842 Controlled paraphernalia; possession or distribution, hypodermic needles and syringes, naloxone. signed by governor
HB843 Expert witnesses; standards for testimony. dead
HB844 Burn ban; definition of 'orchard' and 'vineyard.' signed by governor
HB845 False statements during campaigns; civil penalty. dead
HB846 Virginia Retirement System; technical amendments. signed by governor
HB847 Capitol Square Preservation Council; changes title of the chief officer. signed by governor
HB848 Language development for children who are deaf or hard of hearing; assessment resources. dead
HB849 Virginia Lottery; digital vendors. dead
HB850 Adult protective services; emergency order, appointment of temporary conservator. signed by governor
HB851 Virginia Public Procurement Act; request for proposals, publication. dead
HB852 Virginia Institutions of Higher Education Substance Use Advisory Committee; established. signed by governor
HB853 Saltwater recreational fishing license; member of an American Indian tribe exempt. signed by governor
HB854 Polysomnographic technology; students or trainees, licensure. signed by governor
HB855 Landlord and tenant law; notice requirements, landlord's acceptance of rent with reservation. signed by governor
HB856 Unlawful detainer; execution of writ of possession. signed by governor
HB857 Landlord and tenant law; general provisions and Act. signed by governor
HB858 Scope of discovery; deposing certain corporate officers. dead
HB859 Uniform Statewide Building Code; administration and enforcement, agreements for assistance. signed by governor
HB860 Prescription drugs; delivery of orders. dead
HB861 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include Indian Tribes. dead
HB862 Real estate licenses; required to obtain a business entity license. signed by governor
HB863 Virginia Retirement System; health insurance credits for retired state employees. dead
HB864 Real Estate Board; powers and duties, escrow funds. signed by governor
HB865 Pet shops; local ordinance requiring bond for out-of-state breeder. signed by governor
HB866 Scenic river designations; consolidates provisions of Scenic Rivers Act. signed by governor
HB867 Private preschool programs; licensure exemptions. signed by governor
HB868 Private preschool programs; licensure exemptions. dead
HB869 Private preschool programs; background checks. dead
HB870 Pet shops; cash bond, obtaining animals from a dealer. dead
HB871 Real property tax; land use valuation. signed by governor
HB872 Hospitals and nursing homes; frequency of inspections. dead
HB873 Child care providers; criminal history background check, sunset and contingency. signed by governor
HB874 Certificates of public need; creates a three-phase process to sunset requirements. in committee
HB875 Veterinarians; compounding of drugs. signed by governor
HB876 Washington Area Prof. Football Team Franchise Facility Incentives, Interstate Compact on; establish. dead
HB877 Pet shops; sale of dogs, maintenance and availability of records. signed by governor
HB878 Schedule VI; delivery of prescription devices on behalf of medical equipment supplier. signed by governor
HB879 Hospitals and nursing homes; frequency of inspections. signed by governor
HB880 Professional and occupational regulatory analyst; establishes position within DLS. dead
HB881 Background checks; Department of State Police shall etc., recommend options to expedite process. dead
HB882 Prescribers; notice of administration of naloxone. dead
HB883 Regulatory reduction pilot program; Department of Planning and Budget to implement, report. signed by governor
HB884 Treatment pursuant to judicial order; when provider not liable. dead
HB885 Conventional or alternative onsite sewage systems; authority of the Board of Health. passed committee
HB886 Mental health treatment; admission regulations, toxicology results. signed by governor
HB887 Onsite sewage systems; adjustment or replacement of sewer lines, etc., is considered maintenance. enacted
HB888 Onsite sewage systems & private wells; VDH to take steps to eliminate evaluation & design services. enacted
HB889 Dogs, tethering of; locality authorized to adopt an ordinance to restrict. passed senate
HB890 Switchblade knife; person who has a valid concealed handgun permit authorized to carry, etc. dead
HB891 Upholsterers; licensure, repeals licensing requirement for persons manufacturing, etc., any bedding. dead
HB892 Barbering, cosmetology, etc.; deregulates practice, abolishes Board of Barbers and Cosmetology. dead
HB893 Language development for children who are deaf or hard of hearing; assessment resources. dead
HB894 Real property tax; exemption for single member limited liability company. signed by governor
HB895 Statute of limitations; discovery rule. dead
HB896 Motor vehicle dealer; clarifies definition. passed subcommittee
HB897 Higher educational institutions, public; six-year plans submitted by governing board, report. signed by governor
HB898 Prerequisites to obtaining a building permit; elimination of affidavit requirement. dead
HB899 Military surplus off-road motor vehicles; qualified as an antique vehicle. dead
HB900 Forfeiture of property used in connection with commission of crimes; finding of guilt required. dead
HB901 Expedited land use permit process; Dept. of Transportation shall develop and submit for approval. signed by governor
HB902 Sex Offenders and Crimes Against Minors Registry; removal of name from Registry. signed by governor
HB903 Transportation, Department of; real property owners can request evaluation of completed projects. dead
HB904 Virginia FOIA; general exclusion for trade secrets submitted to a public body. dead
HB905 Virginia Public Procurement Act; designation of trade secrets and proprietary information. signed by governor
HB906 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; clarifies definition of electronic communication. signed by governor
HB907 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; meetings held by electronic communication means. signed by governor
HB908 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; meetings held by electronic communication means. signed by governor
HB909 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; disclosure of law-enforcement and criminal records. signed by governor
HB910 Alcoholic beverage control; breweries that manufacture less than 5,000 barrels of beer per year. dead
HB911 Automatic renewal offers and continuous service offers; penalties. signed by governor
HB912 Wages and salaries; eliminates payment by prepaid cards, etc., without employee's consent. dead
HB913 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; disclosure of tax credits. dead
HB914 School bus operators; codifies hourly requirements. dead
HB915 Military medical personnel program; personnel may practice under supervision of physician, etc. signed by governor
HB916 Long-Term Employment Support and Extended Employment Services; assisting persons with disabilities. signed by governor
HB917 Motor vehicle fuels; sales tax in certain areas of the Commonwealth, price floor. dead
HB918 Certificate of public need; permitting process for certain projects. dead
HB919 Virginia Community College System; changes to ensure a standard quality of education. enacted
HB920 Endangered species; sale of items made from certain animals, penalty. dead
HB921 Virginia Public Procurement Act; allows public bodies to utilize cooperative procurement. dead
HB922 Electric vehicle charging stations; local and public operation. signed by governor
HB923 Common Interest Community Board; information on covenants, association disclosure packets. signed by governor
HB924 Quality Rating and Improvement System; Board of Social Services to establish. dead
HB925 Industrial & high-risk programs; locality to adopt, etc., runoff programs. signed by governor
HB926 Human trafficking hotline; basic health care services facilities, civil penalty. dead
HB927 Firearms magazines and firearms, certain; prohibition of sale, transfer, etc., penalties. dead
HB928 Firearms; possession in legislative buildings. dead
HB929 Licensed family day homes; storage of firearms. dead
HB930 Multifamily net energy metering; SCC to establish program. dead
HB931 Battery; punishment when against public transportation operators, penalty. dead
HB932 County manager plan; election of board members by instant runoff voting. dead
HB933 Mandatory outpatient treatment; extends time period for adults and juveniles. dead
HB934 Prisoners; medical and mental health treatment of those incapable of giving consent. passed senate
HB935 Mandatory outpatient treatment; consent. dead
HB936 Neonicotinoid insecticides; prohibition on use. dead
HB937 High school graduation requirements; Standards of Learning assessments. dead
HB938 Cold case searchable database; Superintendent of State Police may establish and maintain. dead
HB939 Adoption; person other than spouse of parent may adopt child. dead
HB940 Freedom of Information Act Ombudsman; created, Attorney General to appoint. dead
HB941 Drivers' license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. dead
HB942 Address Confidentiality Program; real property records. dead
HB943 License plates, special; E PLURIBUS UNUM. dead
HB944 Voter registration; preregistration for persons age 16 or older. dead
HB945 TANF; eligibility, drug-related felonies. dead
HB946 Energy and Environment, Virginia Commission on; established, report. dead
HB947 Child labor; employment of children on tobacco farms. dead
HB948 Virginia Housing Trust Fund; revenue deposits. dead
HB949 Firearms; transfer, criminal history record check delay. dead
HB950 Firearm or pneumatic gun; allowing access by children age four or younger, penalty. dead
HB951 Product safety; flame retardants, penalty. dead
HB952 Nonfederally managed hazardous waste sites; DEQ to publish and update annually. dead
HB953 Crime victims; immigration status. dead
HB954 Healthy Virginia, Commission for; established, report. dead
HB955 Public utility vehicles; yielding right-of-way or reducing speed. signed by governor
HB956 Payday loans; changes minimum term from two of the borrower's pay cycles to six months. dead
HB957 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; definition of 'custodian.' dead
HB958 Virginia FOIA; records containing both excluded and nonexcluded information. dead
HB959 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; transfer of public records. dead
HB960 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; marketing plan information, report. passed subcommittee
HB961 Victims of human trafficking; expungement of police and court records. dead
HB962 Prostitution; expungement of convictions. dead
HB963 Electric and natural gas utilities; energy efficiency goals. dead
HB964 Electric utilities; energy efficiency programs. dead
HB965 Energy efficiency programs; definition of benefit-cost ratio and total resource cost test. dead
HB966 Income tax, sales tax, etc.; refundable credit for certain local taxes. in committee
HB967 Qualified education loan servicers; person must obtain license from State Corporation Commission. dead
HB968 Virginia Student Loan Authority; established, report. dead
HB969 Workers' compensation; statutory employers, exclusions. dead
HB970 Motor vehicle fuels; sales tax in certain areas of the Commonwealth, price floor. dead
HB971 Fair Housing Law; unlawful discrimination, gender identity. dead
HB972 Income tax, state; increases deduction for senior citizens. dead
HB973 Employees; paid medical and family leave, civil penalties. dead
HB974 Medical marijuana; written certification by physician for treatment. dead
HB975 Electric utilities; new generation sources. dead
HB976 Felony conviction; compensation for wrongful incarceration. signed by governor
HB977 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty. dead
HB978 Electric utilities; net energy metering, standby charges. dead
HB979 Drinking water; lead levels. dead
HB980 Public schools; reduces total number and type of required SOL assessments. dead
HB981 Disposable paper and plastic bags; local taxation. dead
HB982 Higher educational institutions, public; funding. dead
HB983 Street gangs; predicate criminal acts, penalty. dead
HB984 Prostitution; minors. dead
HB985 Unlawful creation of image of another; incapacitated adult, penalty. dead
HB986 Foster care and adoption; disclosure of information prior to placement. signed by governor
HB987 Agricultural operations; nuisance. signed by governor
HB988 Criminal history record information; discovery. signed by governor
HB989 Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; formal advisory opinions. dead
HB990 Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; deadline extensions. signed by governor
HB991 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; disclosures, Virginia College Savings Plan. signed by governor
HB992 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; disclosure statements, multiple positions. signed by governor
HB993 Sales tax revenue allocation; increase amount allocated to discretionary spending for airports. signed by governor
HB994 Parental leave benefits; DHRM to implement and administer. dead
HB995 Dogs; licensed hunter may track a wounded bear, turkey, or deer with certain weapon. signed by governor
HB996 Pretrial services agencies; Department of Criminal Justice Services to review, report. signed by governor
HB997 Pretrial Services Act; repeals Act. dead
HB998 Parental or legal custodial powers, temporary delegation; child-placing agency. in committee
HB999 Telework Promotion & Broadband Assistance, Office of, & Broadband Advisory Council; expiration. signed by governor
HB1000 School boards; permitted to employ certain individuals. enacted
HB1001 Health care shared savings; incentive programs. passed committee
HB1002 Medical care facility projects; permits for certain projects in Planning District II, civil penalty. dead
HB1003 Health care data reporting; penalty for failure to report. signed by governor
HB1004 Stormwater; locality shall provide for full waiver of certain charges for public use airport runway. dead
HB1005 Alcoholic beverage control; wine wholesaler, primary area of responsibility. signed by governor
HB1006 Labor market information; transfer of administration from VEC. signed by governor
HB1007 Delegate Lacey E. Putney Memorial Highway; designating certain portion of U.S. Route 221. signed by governor
HB1008 Postrelease incarceration; violations of postrelease supervision. passed senate
HB1009 Firearms, certain; prohibited public carrying, penalty. dead
HB1010 Relief; Davis, Robert Paul. signed by governor
HB1011 U.S. Route 29 bypass; repeals statutory guidelines for construction and payment. dead
HB1012 Multilane highway; driving in the left-most lane. dead
HB1013 Transportation network company; discrimination. dead
HB1014 CBD oil and THC-A oil; certification for use, dispensing. dead
HB1015 Multi-jurisdiction grand jury; investigations of any criminal violation of Virginia law. dead
HB1016 Parental leave benefits; creates a new program for full-time state employees. dead
HB1017 Child day programs; exemptions from licensure. signed by governor
HB1018 Energy storage system; establishes tax credit. dead
HB1019 Firearms, etc.; permitted events. dead
HB1020 School calendar; opening day of school year. incorporated
HB1021 Speed monitoring systems; school crossing zones. dead
HB1022 Personal property tax; definition of agricultural products. signed by governor
HB1023 Foreign subpoenas; issuance by circuit court clerk of court. signed by governor
HB1024 Attorney fees; repeals provision that allows only fee of one attorney to be taxed by court. signed by governor
HB1025 Adult protective services; actions & written findings. dead
HB1026 Adult protective services; appealability of findings made by local department of social services. signed by governor
HB1027 Security freezes; fees for placing on a consumer's credit report. signed by governor
HB1028 Real estate settlement; choice of settlement service provider. dead
HB1029 Deputy sheriffs and law-enforcement officers; disclosure of information regarding former officers. dead
HB1030 Officer-involved shootings; model policy for investigations, disclosure of report. dead
HB1031 Common interest communities; disclosure packets. signed by governor
HB1032 Real estate settlements; prohibition against kickbacks, rebates, or other things of value. dead
HB1033 Testing of bodily fluids; deemed consent. in committee
HB1034 Biased policing; training standards. dead
HB1035 Virginia Water Supply Revolving Fund; loans for regional projects. signed by governor
HB1036 Eastern Virginia groundwater management; Department of Environmental Quality to convene a forum. signed by governor
HB1037 Abortions; performance, eliminates certain requirement. dead
HB1038 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; maintenance of stormwater management facilities. dead
HB1039 Nonstock corporations; instructed proxies. dead
HB1040 Common Interest Community Board; complaints from association members and other citizens. dead
HB1041 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; lot owner rights. dead
HB1042 Absentee voting; counting military and overseas absentee ballots received after close of polls. dead
HB1043 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; meetings of association boards of directors. dead
HB1044 School board; policies prohibiting abusive work environment, etc. signed by governor
HB1045 Electronic toll collection devices; monthly statements, fees. dead
HB1046 School personnel; staffing ratios, school nurses. dead
HB1047 Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; definition of manufactured home park. signed by governor
HB1048 Employer-Sponsored Retirement Plans Grant Fund; created. dead
HB1049 My Virginia Plan Program; establishes My Virginia Plan Board, creates Fund. dead
HB1050 Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; sale of manufactured home park, notice to residents, penalties. dead
HB1051 Communications sales and use tax; services subject to taxation. dead
HB1052 Firearms; control by localities, lawful demonstrations and protests. dead
HB1053 Workplace harassment; legislative branch required to adopt policies. dead
HB1054 Prescription requirements; treatment of sexually transmitted disease. signed by governor
HB1055 Discretionary sentencing guidelines; judicial performance evaluation program, report. signed by governor
HB1056 Medical assistance services; determination of income, personal needs allowance. dead
HB1057 Sexual harassment training; requirement for legislative branch once every two calendar years. incorporated
HB1058 Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act; secure return of voted military-overseas ballots. dead
HB1059 Deleterious substances; discharge into state waters. dead
HB1060 Electric utilities; net energy metering, program cap. dead
HB1061 Blind or vision impaired; rehabilitative manufacturing and services industries. signed by governor
HB1062 Misdemeanor sexual offenses; eliminate statute of limitation for prosecuting misdemeanor violations. dead
HB1063 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple possession. dead
HB1064 Medical marijuana; written certification issued by physician. dead
HB1065 Marijuana; convicted of possession, expungement of police and court records. dead
HB1066 Police and court records; expungement of records. dead
HB1067 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act of 2006; campaign committees, final report requirement. dead
HB1068 License plates, special; veterans of certain military reserve organizations. signed by governor
HB1069 Vehicle registration; extension for satisfaction of certain requirements. signed by governor
HB1070 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995, etc.; affected local jurisdictions and public entities. dead
HB1071 Health regulatory boards; electronic notice of license renewal. signed by governor
HB1072 Absentee voting; no excuse. dead
HB1073 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount. dead
HB1074 Protective orders; reciprocal no contact provisions. dead
HB1075 Poaching; revocation of hunting, trapping, or fishing license and privileges. dead
HB1076 Polling place procedures; full name and current residence address of voter. dead
HB1077 Driver education courses; DMV to allow licensed computer-based providers to offer tests virtually. dead
HB1078 Education Improvement Scholarships tax credits; limits eligibility to pre-kindergarten students. dead
HB1079 Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements. dead
HB1080 Employment; break to express breast milk. dead
HB1081 Firearms, stolen; creates and enhances penalties. dead
HB1082 Environmental regulations; no stricter than federal law. dead
HB1083 Motor vehicle fuels sales tax; price floor. dead
HB1084 Virginia Public Procurement Act; statute of limitations on actions on construction contracts. dead
HB1085 Public schools; open enrollment for students residing on a military installation, etc. signed by governor
HB1086 Transportation District Commission of Hampton Roads; adds two legislative members to Commission. passed senate
HB1087 Animal research; alternative test methods, civil penalty. signed by governor
HB1088 Hospitals; security personnel training to identify mental illness. signed by governor
HB1089 Virginia Equal Pay Act; created. dead
HB1090 Virginia Personnel Act; equal pay for equal work, policy of the Commonwealth. dead
HB1091 Virginia Resources Authority; dredging projects. signed by governor
HB1092 Dredging projects; tax increment, financing. signed by governor
HB1093 Middle Peninsula Chesapeake Bay Public Access Authority; duties. signed by governor
HB1094 Chesapeake Bay Preservation Areas; regulations, local permit to raise land. dead
HB1095 Chesapeake Bay public water access authorities; regional dredging. signed by governor
HB1096 Dredged material siting; fast-track permitting program. signed by governor
HB1097 War veterans; removal of certain monuments or memorials. dead
HB1098 Monuments and memorials, certain; removal to prominently display in outdoor location of museum. dead
HB1099 Historical Statues in the United States Capitol, Commission on; established, report. dead
HB1100 Involuntary admission order; person may not possess, purchase or transport firearms. dead
HB1101 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; right to speak at open meetings. dead
HB1102 Certificate of public need; changes to Medical Care Facilities Certificate of Public Need Program. dead
HB1103 Small businesses; waiver of permit fees when affected by an emergency or disaster. dead
HB1104 Sales and use tax refund; property to replace or repair business property damaged in a disaster. dead
HB1105 Petit larceny; penalty for committing after state of emergency. dead
HB1106 Attorney General, Office of the; misclassification of employees as independent contractors. dead
HB1107 Medicaid Legacy Fund; created. dead
HB1108 Medicaid; Secretary of Health and Human Resources to apply for a waiver. dead
HB1109 Wages; payment for overtime work, penalties. dead
HB1110 Urban farming; DACS to adopt regulations to promote. dead
HB1111 STEAM programs; establishes STEAM Education Fund. dead
HB1112 Voter registration at the DMV; REAL ID compliant applications. dead
HB1113 Health insurance; coverage for autism spectrum disorder. dead
HB1114 Professional and occupational regulation; authority to suspend or revoke licenses, certificates. signed by governor
HB1115 Minors; delinquent act, children in need of services. dead
HB1116 Virginia voter registration; students to have access to information. dead
HB1117 Virginia Personnel Act; exemptions for certain officers and employees. dead
HB1118 SAT School Day Fund and Program; established. dead
HB1119 School climate survey; Superintendent of Public Instruction to develop and make available annually. dead
HB1120 Common Interest Community Board; powers and duties concerning associations. dead
HB1121 Property owners' association; subject to provisions of Va. Nonstock Corporation Act, etc. dead
HB1122 Property Owners' Association Act; access to association records. dead
HB1123 Property Owners' Association Act; minutes of meetings of association boards of directors. dead
HB1124 Service and Volunteerism, Advisory Board on; membership terms, repeals sunset provision. signed by governor
HB1125 Teacher licensure; requirements for license, provisional license, etc. signed by governor
HB1126 District Courts, Committee on; increases membership. dead
HB1127 Career and technical education; changes to three-year licenses, eligibility and requirements. dead
HB1128 Child care providers; criminal history background check, repealing sunset provision. dead
HB1129 Elections; establishes voter-nominated open primary elections. dead
HB1130 Assisted living facilities, etc.; licensure of facilities operated by agencies of the Commonwealth. signed by governor
HB1131 Zoning; wireless communications infrastructure. dead
HB1132 Dinwiddie Airport and Industrial Authority; residency requirements. signed by governor
HB1133 Prisoners; medical and mental health treatment of those incapable of giving consent. dead
HB1134 Absentee voting; persons age 65 or older. dead
HB1135 Professions and occupations; prior criminal history. dead
HB1136 Aboveground chemical storage tanks; local ordinance, inspection. dead
HB1137 Commuter Rail Operating and Capital Fund; established. passed subcommittee
HB1138 Qualified Education Loan Ombudsman, Office of the; established, report. signed by governor
HB1139 Military-overseas ballots; electronic return, pilot program to be established. dead
HB1140 Certificate of public need; freestanding diagnostic imaging center in Planning District 15. dead
HB1141 Interstate natural gas pipeline; Virginia Water Protection Permit, etc., regulations. dead
HB1142 Qualification of fiduciary without security; possession of assets, etc., by guardian, etc. signed by governor
HB1143 Handguns; transfer permit required, penalties. dead
HB1144 Voter registration; persons assisting with the return of signed voter registration applications. vetoed by governor
HB1145 Firearms magazines, certain; prohibition of sale, transfer, etc., fine. dead
HB1146 Real property tax; land use valuation. dead
HB1147 Sealing of court and police records; nonviolent misdemeanor offenses. dead
HB1148 Economic growth-sharing; review of agreements. signed by governor
HB1149 Credential cards without a photograph; issuance by DMV; penalties. dead
HB1150 Pavement sealants; containing coal tar prohibited. dead
HB1151 Nonresident youth fishing license; exemption. signed by governor
HB1152 Beehive grant program; DACS and Consumer Services to cease reviewing applications for funding. signed by governor
HB1153 Commercial driver's licenses, restricted; issuance for non-driving offenses, penalties. dead
HB1154 Virginia Coalfields Expressway Authority; powers and duties, grants. signed by governor
HB1155 Distributed and renewable generation of electric energy; net energy metering. dead
HB1156 Teacher licensure; endorsement in dual language instruction pre-kindergarten through grade six. signed by governor
HB1157 Substance-exposed infants; plan for services, report. signed by governor
HB1158 Death certificates; medical certification, electronic filing, hospice. enacted
HB1159 Sgt. Lawrence G. Sprader, Jr., Memorial Bridge; designating as the Middle Road over Interstate 295. signed by governor
HB1160 Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program (VASAP), Commission on the; appointments. signed by governor
HB1161 Teacher grievance procedures; hearing, three-member fact-finding panel. dead
HB1162 Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments. dead
HB1163 Fire protection; applicant preemployment information with fire departments. enacted
HB1164 Search warrants; return to jurisdiction where executed. signed by governor
HB1165 Education Improvement Scholarships; expands tax credits, pre-kindergarten eligibility. dead
HB1166 Front Royal, Town of; amending charter, extensive updates to outdated provisions and references. signed by governor
HB1167 Jury commissioners; lists of unqualified persons provided to general registrars. vetoed by governor
HB1168 Family life education programs; student participation. dead
HB1169 Employment-related information; disclosure to law-enforcement agency. dead
HB1170 DGS; aid & cooperation of Division of Purchase and Supply to any fire company, etc. signed by governor
HB1171 Construction contracts; liability for payment of wages. dead
HB1172 State Overdose Death Review Process Team; created, report, local and regional teams. dead
HB1173 Controlled substances; limits on prescriptions containing opioids. signed by governor
HB1174 Newborn screening; screening for Pompe disease, etc. signed by governor
HB1175 Prescribers; notice of administration of naloxone. dead
HB1176 Public Elementary and Secondary Education, Commission on the Future of; established, report. dead
HB1177 Health insurance; contracts with pharmacies and pharmacists, etc. signed by governor
HB1178 Motor vehicle dealers; injunctive relief for failure to obtain a license. signed by governor
HB1179 Abandoned schools; creation of revitalization zones. signed by governor
HB1180 Place of religious worship; carrying dangerous weapon. dead
HB1181 Online Va. Network Authority; adds Chancellor of Va. Community College System to board of trustees. signed by governor
HB1182 Perinatal hospice and palliative care; notice to women of agencies providing services. dead
HB1183 Hampton, City of; volunteer property maintenance and zoning inspectors. signed by governor
HB1184 Veterinary medicine; students exempt from licensure. dead
HB1185 State Water Control Board regulations; regional water resource planning. dead
HB1186 Ground water withdrawal permit; priority for human consumptive use, public supplier. dead
HB1187 Natural gas companies; right of entry upon property. dead
HB1188 Natural gas pipelines; contingency plan, discharges, penalty. dead
HB1189 Income tax, state; reduction of top marginal rate. dead
HB1190 Medicaid managed care plans; exchange participation. dead
HB1191 Tuition, in-state; eligibility of certain individuals who have applied for asylum. dead
HB1192 Administrative Process Act; development and periodic review of regulations, report. dead
HB1193 Persons acquitted by reason of insanity; commitment for inpatient hospitalization. signed by governor
HB1194 Schedule I controlled substances; adds various drugs to list. signed by governor
HB1195 Professional & Occupational Licensing Requirements, Joint Commission to Evaluate; created, report. dead
HB1196 State agencies, certain; procurement of nonprofessional services. dead
HB1197 Stroke care; Department of Health shall be responsible for quality improvement initiatives. signed by governor
HB1198 Stroke centers, certified; designation of hospitals. signed by governor
HB1199 Virginia College Savings Plan; members of governing board to disclose personal interests, etc. dead
HB1200 General Assembly; Department of Planning and Budget to prepare fiscal impact statements. dead
HB1201 Health benefit; plans offered by foreign health insurer. dead
HB1202 Electrical transmission lines; approval of underground construction, establishes pilot program. dead
HB1203 Nonsuits; recommencement of action. dead
HB1204 Real property tax; special and separate assessment of open space in certain counties. vetoed by governor
HB1205 Nonstock corporations; members' meetings. signed by governor
HB1206 Industrial wastes, discharge of; notice of application. signed by governor
HB1207 Investigative and enforcement proceedings; information provided to individuals or business entities. dead
HB1208 Banks; authorized to operate a branch office under a different name. signed by governor
HB1209 Relocation of call centers to a foreign country; notification requirements. dead
HB1210 Post-election audits; definition. in committee
HB1211 Certificate of public need; Health Commissioner to accept, etc., for freestanding imaging center. dead
HB1212 Pro se minors; signing of pleading, motion, or other paper by next friend. signed by governor
HB1213 Constitutional amendment; powers of General Assembly, etc. (submitting to qualified voters). dead
HB1214 Marijuana possession, etc.; expungement of certain charges and convictions. dead
HB1215 Electric utilities; solar generation capacity, public interest. dead
HB1216 Redistricting; GIS maps required, review by the Department of Elections. dead
HB1217 Waterworks; yield testing of system, monitoring of existing active wells. dead
HB1218 Residual parental rights; termination if in child's best interest, foster care placement. dead
HB1219 Parental rights; annual foster care review. signed by governor
HB1220 Food protection managers; regulations. dead
HB1221 Virginia Information Technologies Agency; additional duties of CIO, cybersecurity review. signed by governor
HB1222 Controlled paraphernalia; dispensing or distributing hypodermic needles and syringes. dead
HB1223 Family life education; child sexual abuse. dead
HB1224 Uniform Statewide Building Code; applicability to farm buildings and structures. dead
HB1225 War veterans; removal or upkeep of monument or memorial. dead
HB1226 Post-election deadlines; provisional ballots and absentee ballots. dead
HB1227 Landlord and tenant law; transient lodging as primary residence. signed by governor
HB1228 Utility rates; voluntary rate design schedules or riders. dead
HB1229 Water skis, surfboard, etc.; prohibition on towing. dead
HB1230 Juvenile Justice, State Board of; minimum standards and policies for suicide watch. dead
HB1231 Abortion; a pregnant person has a fundamental right to obtain. dead
HB1232 Security freezes; fees. dead
HB1233 Apprentice agreements; ratio of apprentices to journeymen. dead
HB1234 Water supplies and water works; replaces defined term 'human consumption' with 'domestic use.' dead
HB1235 Child protective services; verification of physical and legal custody. dead
HB1236 License plates, special; GREEN BERET FOUNDATION. dead
HB1237 Assault and battery against a family or household member; first offense. dead
HB1238 Timeliness of indictments; discharge from jail. signed by governor
HB1239 Public adjusters; reporting violations, immunity. dead
HB1240 Amherst, Town of; amending charter, alters election of members of town council. signed by governor
HB1241 Car-washing fundraisers; use of biodegradable cleaners. signed by governor
HB1242 VIEW; substance abuse screening and assessment of public assistance applicants and recipients. dead
HB1243 Parole Board; parole review, sentencing guidelines. dead
HB1244 Motor Vehicles, Department of; service charges for in-person transactions. dead
HB1245 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. dead
HB1246 Identity Theft Passport; police reports submitted to the Attorney General. signed by governor
HB1247 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; right to speak at open meetings. dead
HB1248 SCC; regulation of consumer finance companies. dead
HB1249 DNA; analysis upon conviction of certain misdemeanors. signed by governor
HB1250 Electoral boards and general registrars; direction by the State Board and Department of Elections. dead
HB1251 CBD oil and THC-A oil; certification for use, dispensing. signed by governor
HB1252 Renewable energy power purchase agreements; pilot programs. in committee
HB1253 Electric utility regulation; net energy metering by municipalities. dead
HB1254 School personnel; staffing ratios, school nurses. dead
HB1255 Concealed handgun; eligibility to carry openly within Commonwealth. dead
HB1256 HOT lanes on Interstate 66; operating hours. dead
HB1257 Sanctuary policies; enforcement of federal immigration laws. vetoed by governor
HB1258 Wireless communications infrastructure; zoning. enacted
HB1259 Minimum wage; exclusions, tips. dead
HB1260 Admission to bail; human trafficking. signed by governor
HB1261 Energy efficiency programs; programs proposed by an electric utility. dead
HB1262 General Services, Department of; disposition of surplus motor vehicles. passed senate
HB1263 Bristol and Salem Highway Construction Districts; Transportation Board's prioritization process. dead
HB1264 DNA; analysis upon conviction of certain misdemeanors. dead
HB1265 Education preparation programs; reading specialists, dyslexia. signed by governor
HB1266 Arrests; law-enforcement agency to report, etc. signed by governor
HB1267 State employee health plan; coverage for gender transition services. dead
HB1268 Health benefits; employees of members of an association. dead
HB1269 Electronic Identity Management Act; federated digital identity systems. dead
HB1270 Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative; prohibition on participation by Commonwealth. vetoed by governor
HB1271 Public procurement; construction management and transportation construction services. dead
HB1272 Safety belt systems; requirement for rear passengers. dead
HB1273 Va. Alternative Energy & Coastal Protection Act; regulations to establish carbon dioxide cap, etc. dead
HB1274 Higher educational institutions, public; expressive activity on campus. dead
HB1275 Virginia FOIA; record exclusion for trade secrets supplied to the VDOT. signed by governor
HB1276 VDOT; review of enrollment in federal pilot program or project. signed by governor
HB1277 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; sharing and dissemination of data. signed by governor
HB1278 School Divisions of Innovation; performance-based assessments. dead
HB1279 Higher educational institutions, public; policy for award of academic credit for military training. dead
HB1280 Medical and other public assistance; eligibility, review of records of applicants. dead
HB1281 Economic impact statements; Department of Planning and Budget to prepare. dead
HB1282 Parking citations; funds paid to locality. dead
HB1283 Utility easements; pole attachments. dead
HB1284 Vehicles bearing clean special fuel license plates; HOT lanes. dead
HB1285 Transportation project selection in Northern Virginia; public meeting. signed by governor
HB1286 Parental Choice Education Savings Accounts; established, report. dead
HB1287 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; includes certain deputy sheriffs under coverage. dead
HB1288 Personal injury actions; situations of peril created by plaintiff's negligence. dead
HB1289 Passing stopped school buses; local ordinances. dead
HB1290 Tethered unmanned aircraft systems; use by law-enforcement agency. dead
HB1291 Interstate 66; tolling facilities. dead
HB1292 Northern Virginia; comprehensive plans, impact on state and local transportation. dead
HB1293 Unemployment compensation; increases penalty for failure to file reports. signed by governor
HB1294 Interstate natural gas pipeline construction; water quality impact bond. dead
HB1295 Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure of info to a public institution of higher education. dead
HB1296 Statewide public defender system and appellate defender officer; established. dead
HB1297 Virginia-Israel Advisory Board; reorganizes as Virginia-Israel Advisory Authority. signed by governor
HB1298 Towing advisory boards; appointment prior to entering into contract regarding regulations. dead
HB1299 Alcoholic beverage control; increases amount of spirits that may be offered. dead
HB1300 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; implementation of certification programs. dead
HB1301 Judges; central registry records check. signed by governor
HB1302 Health insurance; copayments for prescription drugs, disclosures. dead
HB1303 Prescribing controlled substances; veterinarian-client-patient relationship. signed by governor
HB1304 Uninsured and underinsured motorist insurance policies; bad faith. dead
HB1305 Punitive damages; eliminates limitation of total amount that can be awarded in an action. dead
HB1306 Statewide e-filing system; creating for civil case filings. dead
HB1307 Stormwater management; rural Tidewater, tiered approach to water quantity technical criteria. signed by governor
HB1308 Stormwater management; local plan review, acceptance of signed and sealed plan in lieu of review. signed by governor
HB1309 Protected information; newspersons engaged in journalism. dead
HB1310 Retention of case records; electronic format. signed by governor
HB1311 Health insurance; coverage for autism spectrum disorder. dead
HB1312 Sentencing guidelines; appeals. dead
HB1313 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount. dead
HB1314 Parole; exception to limitation on the application of parole statutes. dead
HB1315 Sports official; punishment for using abusive language towards official. dead
HB1316 License plates, special; I SUPPORT WOMEN VETERANS. dead
HB1317 Computer crimes; adds various crimes for which attorneys may issue administrative subpoenas. dead
HB1318 Driver privilege cards; authorizes issuance of new cards by DMV. dead
HB1319 Mass transit; makes numerous changes to administration of and revenues for transit. incorporated
HB1320 Division-level performance assessments; DOE to develop and distribute resource guide. in subcommittee
HB1321 Higher educational institutions, public; articulation agreements. dead
HB1322 Dual enrollment agreements; scope. dead
HB1323 Military surplus motor vehicles; registration and operation on highways, penalty. signed by governor
HB1324 Privileges & Elections, joint subcommittee of House & Senate Committees on; to review appointments. passed senate
HB1325 Provisional voting; persons voting in split precincts. in committee
HB1326 Virginia Retirement System; E-911 dispatchers. dead
HB1327 Pneumatic guns; Class 6 felony to possess on school property, etc. dead
HB1328 Hunting; disabled hunter exempt from local tree stand requirement. enacted
HB1329 Government Data Collection & Dissemination Practices Act; dissemination of information. dead
HB1330 Daylight saving time; exempts Virginia from observing. dead
HB1331 Child support; review of guidelines federal compliance. dead
HB1332 Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; eligibility. dead
HB1333 Kinship Guardianship Assistance program; established. signed by governor
HB1334 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses constitute second degree murder, penalty. dead
HB1335 Protective orders; issuance upon convictions for certain felonies, penalty. dead
HB1336 Spoliation of evidence; jury instruction. dead
HB1337 Real property tax; deferral in City of Richmond. dead
HB1338 Cigarettes tax; counties authorized to hold referendum. dead
HB1339 Sales and use tax; accelerated payments. dead
HB1340 Emergency services and disaster law; expedited inspections required for small businesses. dead
HB1341 Virginia Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Fund; created. dead
HB1342 License plates, special; issuance to supporters of NASA facilities in Virginia. signed by governor
HB1343 Notaries; fee agreements with employer. signed by governor
HB1344 Va. Alternative Energy and Coastal Protection Act; establishing funding source to affected locality. dead
HB1345 Absentee voting; deadline for requesting a mailed absentee ballot. dead
HB1346 Children's Services Act; special education programs, expands eligibility for services. dead
HB1347 Controlled substances; reporting overdoses. dead
HB1348 Cattle Industry Board; assessment from sale of cattle. dead
HB1349 Trespass towing; exempts Planning District 16 from certain requirements. signed by governor
HB1350 Certificate of public need; freestanding diagnostic imaging center. dead
HB1351 Joint legal, joint physical, or sole child custody; court shall consider and may award. signed by governor
HB1352 Motor vehicle fuels sales tax in certain areas of the Commonwealth; price floor. dead
HB1353 Battlefield property; incorporation into national park, transfer of easement. dead
HB1354 Motor vehicles; covered & unlit lighting devices. signed by governor
HB1355 Minors; alternative facility of temporary detention. signed by governor
HB1356 Transient occupancy tax; expands tax in Northern Virginia statewide. dead
HB1357 Public employment; inquiries by state agencies and localities regarding criminal convictions. dead
HB1358 Commonwealth's Development Opportunity Fund; criteria for awarding grants and loans. dead
HB1359 Human Resource Management, Department of; establishment of state employee voluntary leave bank. dead
HB1360 Child support; guidelines for determination of obligation, child support orders. signed by governor
HB1361 Child support; calculation of obligation, multiple custody arrangements. signed by governor
HB1362 Newborn screening; tests for time-critical disorders. signed by governor
HB1363 Historic rehabilitation tax credit; expand availability of credit for project rehabilitating school. dead
HB1364 Closed preliminary hearings; child pornography, etc., case. dead
HB1365 Va. Alternative Energy and Coastal Protection Act; establishing funding source to affected locality. dead
HB1366 Home care organization; licensure, multiple locations. signed by governor
HB1367 Emergency Management, Virginia Department of; local sheltering data. signed by governor
HB1368 Group accident and sickness insurance; eligibility for continuation of coverage. signed by governor
HB1369 Health insurance; mandated coverage for autism spectrum disorder. dead
HB1370 Home instruction of children; requirements, education options. signed by governor
HB1371 Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and mandatory fee waivers. dead
HB1372 Green job creation tax credit; extends sunset provision through taxable year 2020. signed by governor
HB1373 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty. dead
HB1374 Sewerage systems; state adoption of federal criteria, ammonia. dead
HB1375 Mental health professional, qualified; broadens definition. signed by governor
HB1376 Employment; break to express breast milk. dead
HB1377 Epinephrine; possession and administration at outdoor educational programs. signed by governor
HB1378 Surgical assistants; renewal of registration. signed by governor
HB1379 Alcoholic beverage control; records of retail licensees. signed by governor
HB1380 Maximum class sizes; reduces from 35 to 29 class size in grades four through six. dead
HB1381 Voter referendum; independent redistricting commission. dead
HB1382 Agricultural best management practices tax credit; refundability for corporations. signed by governor
HB1383 Marriage and family therapy; clarifies definition, adds appraisal. signed by governor
HB1384 Handheld personal communications devices in motor vehicles; hands-free operation, exceptions. dead
HB1385 Concealed handguns; disqualifications for permit, adjudications of delinquency. dead
HB1386 Pension de-risking transfer; annuities. dead
HB1387 Zoning; aquaculture in agricultural zone, preexisting use. dead
HB1388 Enhanced Public Safety Telephone Services Act; implementation of 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) services. signed by governor
HB1389 Community health worker; VDH to approve one or more entities to certify workers in the Commonwealth. dead
HB1390 Food and beverage tax; counties to enact ordinances providing that bonds shall be paid from revenue. signed by governor
HB1391 Unemployment compensation; overtime compensation. dead
HB1392 Judges; eligibility to serve. dead
HB1393 Airbow hunting; authorized to hunt deer & small game when hunter is licensed to hunt w/bow & arrow. signed by governor
HB1394 Firearms show; list of vendors or exhibitors submitted to State Police. dead
HB1395 Trooper Michael Walter Memorial Highway; designating as a portion of Route 13. signed by governor
HB1396 Certificate of public need; establishes freestanding diagnostic imaging center in Planning Dist.15. dead
HB1397 Small Business Environmental Compliance Advisory Panel; Speaker appointments. dead
HB1398 Concealed handgun permit; new application via mail. dead
HB1399 Broadway, Town of; amending charter, November municipal elections. signed by governor
HB1400 Alcoholic beverage control; distiller licensee, commission for sales on licensed premises. dead
HB1401 Naloxone; administration by correctional and probation officers. dead
HB1402 Certificate of public need; definition of 'medical care facility.' dead
HB1403 Electronic wills; requirements. dead
HB1404 Snakehead fish; certified restaurants and retail markets. signed by governor
HB1405 Elections, State Board of; increases membership and terms appointment of Commissioner of Elections. passed senate
HB1406 Towing and recovery operators; costs for towing and storing stolen vehicles. dead
HB1407 Virginia Public Procurement Act; small business and microbusiness procurement enhancement program. dead
HB1408 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. dead
HB1409 Charter; amending charter, school infrastructure. dead
HB1410 Language development for children who are deaf or hard of hearing; assessment resources. dead
HB1411 Virginia Fire Services Board; powers and duties. dead
HB1412 Mental health awareness; training for firefighters and emergency medical services personnel. signed by governor
HB1413 Display or parking of used motor vehicles for sale; penalty. signed by governor
HB1414 Bear; increases special license fee. dead
HB1415 Henrietta Lacks Commission; established. signed by governor
HB1416 Teacher licensure; trade and industrial waiver and career and technical license. dead
HB1417 HOT lanes on Interstate 66; operating hours. dead
HB1418 Correctional Officer Procedural Guarantee Act; created. signed by governor
HB1419 Public schools; instructional time for elementary school. signed by governor
HB1420 Virginia Fire Services Board; powers and duties. dead
HB1421 Central Virginia Training Center; closure prohibited. dead
HB1422 CBD oil and THC-A oil; certification for use, dispensing. dead
HB1423 License plates, special; FIRST IN WINE. dead
HB1424 Recounts; number permitted, tie votes. in committee
HB1425 Higher education; tuition waiver for dependent children of faculty. dead
HB1426 Va. FOIA; excludes certain information held by board of visitors of The College of William & Mary. signed by governor
HB1427 Wireless support structures; public rights-of-way use fees established. enacted
HB1428 Jonesville, Town of; amending charter, lengthens terms of mayor and councilmen. signed by governor
HB1429 Social Services, Department of; collection of data regarding substance abuse. dead
HB1430 Higher educational institution, public; crisis and emergency management plan, annual exercise. signed by governor
HB1431 Public School Capital Grant Program; established. dead
HB1432 Alcoholic beverage control; definition of 'day spa.' dead
HB1433 Health care provider panels; vertically integrated carriers, public hospitals. dead
HB1434 Menstrual supplies; school board to make available in school buildings at no cost to students. dead
HB1435 Initiation of a civil action; duties of clerk of general district court. in committee
HB1436 Prescription drugs; price transparency. dead
HB1437 Middleburg, Town of; amending charter, town council may levy a tax on business personal property. signed by governor
HB1438 Highway signs; drive-in movie theaters. dead
HB1439 Assisted living facilities; regulations governing staff. signed by governor
HB1440 Schedule I and Schedule II drugs; adds various drugs to lists. passed senate
HB1441 All-terrain vehicles (ATVs), mopeds, and off-road motorcycles; taxation. enacted
HB1442 Real property tax; assessment of wetlands. signed by governor
HB1443 Concealed handguns; retired law-enforcement officers may carry without a permit, etc. dead
HB1444 Income tax, state; itemization allowed by an individual taxpayer. dead
HB1445 Health insurance; coverage decisions, medically necessary services. dead
HB1446 Conditional rezoning proffers; provision for public facility improvement. dead
HB1447 Higher educational institutions, public; tuition, immigration status. dead
HB1448 Land preservation; special assessment, agricultural use. dead
HB1449 Family and Individual Support Waiver; reduce or eliminate the waiting list. dead
HB1450 BVU Authority; powers. enacted
HB1451 Public school divisions; SCC to establish pilot program for schools generating electricity. signed by governor
HB1452 Regional industrial facility authority; amends enabling statute for creation of an authority. signed by governor
HB1453 Real estate appraisers; changes definition of 'evaluations.' signed by governor
HB1454 Civil immunity; programs for probationers, nonprofit corporation officials, worksite supervisors. signed by governor
HB1455 Commonwealth Transportation Board; implementing changes to SMART SCALE. dead
HB1456 State Inspector General; powers and duties. dead
HB1457 Employers and potential employers; civil immunity, reports of violent behavior by an employee. dead
HB1458 Public property and highways; dumping of animal carcasses, penalty. dead
HB1459 Signs; permit to post on a Department of Transportation right-of-way. dead
HB1460 Land preservation tax credits; transfer to a designated beneficiary. signed by governor
HB1461 Immigrant Assistance, Office of; created. dead
HB1462 Virginia Human Rights Act; sexual harassment, contracting agencies. dead
HB1463 Higher educational institutions; course credit for serving in Armed Forces. dead
HB1464 Motorcycles and autocycles; auxiliary lighting. signed by governor
HB1465 Purchases and Supply, Division of; requirements to purchase, exceptions. dead
HB1466 Health insurance; nondiscrimination, gender identity or transgender status. dead
HB1467 Virginia Research Investment Committee; change in membership. signed by governor
HB1468 Auditor of Public Accounts; eliminates requirement that the Auditor audit certain entities annually. signed by governor
HB1469 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses constitute second degree murder, penalty. passed senate
HB1470 Virginia-Israel Advisory Authority Act; created. dead
HB1471 Teacher grievance procedures; hearing before school board, selection of panel. dead
HB1472 Child day programs; exemption from licensure for certain martial arts programs. dead
HB1473 Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and fee increases, notice and public comment. dead
HB1474 Higher educational institutions, public; governing boards, educational programs. dead
HB1475 Sewerage systems; state adoption of federal criteria. signed by governor
HB1476 Uniform Statewide Building Code; Board of HCD to amend. dead
HB1477 School boards; establishes several requirements relating to school meals. dead
HB1478 Health insurance; coverage for prosthetic devices. dead
HB1479 Equine liability; execution of waiver. signed by governor
HB1480 Child day programs; exemptions from licensure, removes certain programs from list. dead
HB1481 Health insurance; coverage for contraceptives. dead
HB1482 Unmanned aircraft systems; use by public bodies, search warrant required, exception. signed by governor
HB1483 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; open-end credit plans. dead
HB1484 Alcoholic beverage control; distiller's license, remote store location and tasting room. dead
HB1485 Truancy; procedures relating to intervention. signed by governor
HB1486 Va. Life, Accident & Sickness Insurance Guaranty Assoc.; assessments for long-term care insurance. signed by governor
HB1487 Correctional facilities, local and regional; standards for mental health services. dead
HB1488 Marine Resources Commission; oyster dredge, sanctuary area. dead
HB1489 Tolling; Northern Virginia. dead
HB1490 Fossil fuel projects moratorium; establishes, clean energy mandates. dead
HB1491 Marine Resources Commission; conveyance of easement and rights-of-way across Rappahannock River. signed by governor
HB1492 Certificate of public need; acquisition of medical equipment. dead
HB1493 Electric utility regulation; recovery of costs of coal combustion by-product management. dead
HB1494 Suspected adult abuse, neglect, or exploitation; mandated reporting, vulnerable adults. dead
HB1495 Real property tax; increases term of boards of equalization. signed by governor
HB1496 Voter identification; free voter photo identification cards provided by DMV. dead
HB1497 License plates, special; I HAVE A DREAM. dead
HB1498 Sales and Use Tax; exemption on sales of certain personal property. dead
HB1499 Safety inspection stickers; placement on motorcycles. signed by governor
HB1500 New River Valley Emergency Communications Regional Authority; annual budget contribution. signed by governor
HB1501 Standards of Learning Innovation Committee; adoption of recommendations. dead
HB1502 Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Testing Grant Fund and Program; created. dead
HB1503 Community solar generation; establishment of facilities. dead
HB1504 Virtual Virginia; enrollment in online learning program. passed senate
HB1505 Capitol Police; concurrent jurisdiction. signed by governor
HB1506 Appraisal management companies; clarifies definition, state-licensed appraisers. signed by governor
HB1507 Patient-Centered Medical Home Advisory Council; established. dead
HB1508 School boards; qualified instructional positions and support services positions, additional funding. dead
HB1509 Charitable Gaming Board; Texas Hold'em poker events. dead
HB1510 Professions & occupations; recognizing licenses/certificates issued by Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. dead
HB1511 Service of process; investigator employed by an attorney for the Commonwealth. signed by governor
HB1512 Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and room and board, enrollment. dead
HB1513 Trauma Center Fund; expands scope of Fund, victims of violent felony offenses. dead
HB1514 Police misconduct; locality authorized to establish civilian review panel, law-enforcement auditor. dead
HB1515 Jails; ascertaining citizenship of person taken into custody. dead
HB1516 Prostitution-related crimes; increases penalties if a minor is involved. passed committee
HB1517 Conflict of Interests Acts, State and Local Government, and General Assembly; prohibited contracts. dead
HB1518 Virginia Indoor Clean Air Act; hookah lounges. dead
HB1519 Alcoholic beverage control; definition of 'day spa.' dead
HB1520 Alcoholic beverage control; exemptions from licensure certain nonprofit swim clubs. signed by governor
HB1521 Reformulated gasoline program; exemption in portion of Hopewell located west of Interstate 295. signed by governor
HB1522 Commercial rest areas; prohibits a private entity from operating for commercial purposes. signed by governor
HB1523 Signs or advertisements; location at certain truck stops. signed by governor
HB1524 Health record retention; practitioners to maintain records for a minimum of six years. signed by governor
HB1525 Handheld personal communications devices; prohibits use in highway work zones. signed by governor
HB1526 Comprehensive plan; telecommunications towers and facilities in Northern Virginia. dead
HB1527 Civil Air Patrol; leave for volunteer members. signed by governor
HB1528 Electric utilities; retail competition. dead
HB1529 Parental and supplemental family leave benefits; DHRM to implement and administer program. dead
HB1530 High schools; Board of Education to make recommendations. signed by governor
HB1531 Public Safety & Homeland Security, Secretary of; duties, public database. dead
HB1532 Health education program; program to include safe use of prescription drugs. signed by governor
HB1533 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; applicability. signed by governor
HB1534 Radon; VDH shall review consumer complaints regarding testing and mitigation. signed by governor
HB1535 License plates, special; KEEPING THE LIGHTS ON. signed by governor
HB1536 License plates, special; NATIONAL WILD TURKEY FEDERATION. dead
HB1537 Animal boarding establishments; clarifies definition of boarding establishment. signed by governor
HB1538 Global reform waiver; Secretary of Health and Human Resources to apply. dead
HB1539 Mass transit; establishing various Funds to improve transportation. signed by governor
HB1540 Civic Education, Commission on; extends sunset provision. passed senate
HB1541 Alcoholic beverage control; creates a new limited mixed beverage license for retail cigar shops. dead
HB1542 Postsecondary schools; SCHEV to adopt regulations to secure funds to manage financial liabilities. dead
HB1543 Workers' compensation; tolling of statute of limitations. dead
HB1544 Firearms; possession, etc., following convictions for certain misdemeanor crimes, penalty. dead
HB1545 Metrorail; funding for capital expenses. dead
HB1546 County courthouse; provisions regarding removal. signed by governor
HB1547 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. dead
HB1548 Sudden Infant Death Syndrome; results of an autopsy of an infant. dead
HB1549 Virginia Health Care Access Program and Authority; established and created. dead
HB1550 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount. signed by governor
HB1551 Special Workforce Grant Fund; created. signed by governor
HB1552 Workforce Development, Virginia Board of; strategies to identify and engage certain persons. signed by governor
HB1553 Admissions tax; Washington County authorized to impose. signed by governor
HB1554 Master barber; creates occupational title, issuance of license. signed by governor
HB1555 Hydroelectric plant; revenue sharing agreement among certain localities. signed by governor
HB1556 Prescription Monitoring Program; adds controlled substances included in Schedule V and naloxone. signed by governor
HB1557 Intangible personal property; personal property used in manufacturing. in committee
HB1558 Electric utility regulation; grid modernization, energy efficiency programs. passed senate
HB1559 Action without a meeting; articles of incorporation of a public corporation. signed by governor
HB1560 Hampton Roads area refuse collection and disposal system authority; board term. signed by governor
HB1561 Settlement agreements; indemnification provision declared void & waiver of sexual harassment claim. dead
HB1562 False statements, etc., by employing units; failure to furnish reports, etc. dead
HB1563 Electric utility regulation; rate review proceedings, Transitional Rate Period, etc. dead
HB1564 Eminent domain; empanelment of commissioners. signed by governor
HB1565 Presumption of death; missing person reports. dead
HB1566 Stormwater; local plan review, acceptance of plan by professional engineer in lieu of review. dead
HB1567 Watercraft; optional county fee. dead
HB1568 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; small business development programs. vetoed by governor
HB1569 Employers; notice of work schedules, civil penalty. dead
HB1570 Grand larceny and certain property crimes; threshold, penalties. dead
HB1571 William Preston Memorial Highway; designating as portion of U.S. Route 220 in Botetourt County. signed by governor
HB1572 Crash reports; disclosure to emergency medical services agencies. dead
HB1573 Income tax, corporate; SCC to adjust base rates of electric utilities for changes in rates. dead
HB1574 Iron Gate, Town of; amending charter, amends provisions related to time of council elections. dead
HB1575 High school apprenticeship; tax credit. dead
HB1576 Composite index; local ability to pay for certain counties. dead
HB1577 Teachers; probation and dismissal. dead
HB1578 School boards; school buildings, potable water, lead testing. dead
HB1579 Public schools; no charge for online courses and virtual programs. dead
HB1580 Violation of protective order or stalking; third or subsequent offense, penalty. passed senate
HB1581 Recounts; special election to be held in the case of a tie vote. dead
HB1582 Commonwealth Data Trust Advisory Council; established, sunset provision. dead
HB1583 Commonwealth Broadband Chief Advisor; establishes position. signed by governor
HB1584 Health insurance; balance billing for ancillary services. in committee
HB1585 Property Owners' Association Act; operation of association, requirements. dead
HB1586 Public school buses; seat belts. dead
HB1587 Redistricting; State Board of Elections to ensure correct district assignments of voters. dead
HB1588 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; notice of data breach. dead
HB1589 Recount procedures; questioned ballots. dead
HB1590 Utility regulation; community choice aggregation. dead
HB1591 General Assembly; consideration of legislation, publication of support and opposition reports. dead
HB1592 Internet capabilities; prohibited sale of products, obscene content blocking capability. dead
HB1593 Homestead exemption; bankruptcy exemptions. dead
HB1594 Crime victims and witnesses; immigration status. dead
HB1595 Vested rights; owners of property not required to retrofit existing landscape cover materials. vetoed by governor
HB1596 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; open-end credit plans. dead
HB1597 Zoning; communications infrastructure. dead
HB1598 Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria. vetoed by governor
HB1599 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; definitions of law-enforcement officer. signed by governor
HB1600 Student discipline; long-term suspension. signed by governor
HB1601 Domestic terrorism offenses; definitions, designation of domestic terrorism organizations. dead
HB1602 Alcoholic beverage control; creates confectionery license. signed by governor
HB1603 Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council; charges for the production of public records. dead
HB1604 Health instruction; instruction to incorporate standards to recognize dimensions of mental health. signed by governor
HB1605 Nonparticipating tobacco-product manufacturers; certain agencies sharing or disclosing information. signed by governor
HB1606 Certificate of public need; psychiatric beds and services. in committee
HB1607 Abandonment of an animal; penalty. signed by governor
HB1608 Virginia Water Quality Improvement Fund; publicly owned treatment works, nutrient reduction. signed by governor
HB1609 Horse racing and pari-mutuel wagering; definition of 'historical horse racing.' signed by governor
HB1610 Menhaden; total landings. dead
HJ1 Drug offenders; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study courts' sentencing. dead
HJ2 United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment. dead
HJ3 Virginia High School League; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. dead
HJ4 United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment. dead
HJ5 Constitutional amendment; criteria for electoral districts (first reference). dead
HJ6 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for spouse of disabled veteran. passed
HJ7 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). dead
HJ8 Dulles Greenway; purchase of Greenway by VDOT. dead
HJ9 Celebrating the life of Joseph C. Smiddy. passed senate
HJ10 Celebrating the life of Donald Williams, Sr. passed senate
HJ11 General Assembly; 2018 Session schedule. passed senate
HJ12 General Assembly; 2019 Session prefiling schedule. passed senate
HJ13 Permitting process; localities encouraged to develop a more uniform and streamlined process. dead
HJ14 Celebrating the life of James Alexander Ransone, Jr. passed senate
HJ15 Community gardens; Sec. of HHR to study use of gardens to eliminate food deserts in Commonwealth. dead
HJ16 Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month; designating as March 2019, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ17 SOL Innovation Committee; experiential learning & workforce development opportunities. dead
HJ18 Commending the Rotary Club of Chesapeake. passed senate
HJ19 Public elementary and secondary education; joint committee to study the future in the Commonwealth. in committee
HJ20 Celebrating the life of Ferris M. Belman, Sr. passed senate
HJ21 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission, criteria to redraw certain districts. dead
HJ22 Commending the Falls Church Kiwanis Little League. passed senate
HJ23 Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Virginia Workers Compensation Act. passed senate
HJ24 U.S Dept. of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics; standard classification for support professionals. dead
HJ25 Midtown and Downtown Tunnels in Hampton Roads; JLARC to study reduction or elimination of tolls. dead
HJ26 Coastal Flooding, Joint Subcommittee on; continued, report. passed senate
HJ27 Coastal flooding adaptation and resiliency report; JLARC to study. dead
HJ28 Daylight saving time; JLARC to study effects on the Commonwealth. dead
HJ29 Children's Services Act; JLARC to study administration. dead
HJ30 Victims of Communism Memorial Day; designating as Nov. 7, 2018, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ31 Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. passed senate
HJ32 Coal dust blown from moving trains; annual reports by railroad companies. dead
HJ33 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters,16-year-olds. dead
HJ34 Constitutional amendment; initiatives, referendums, and recalls. dead
HJ35 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established, apportionment. dead
HJ36 Commending Galilee Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ37 Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Green v. County School Board of New Kent County. passed senate
HJ38 I am my brother and sister's keeper Day; designating as Friday after Thanksgiving in 2018. passed senate
HJ39 Joint Commission on Technology and Science; reporting of information breaches by localities. dead
HJ40 State agencies & organizations; encouraging to help businesses employing workers under age 18. dead
HJ41 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (second reference). dead
HJ42 General Casimir Pulaski Day; designating as October 11, 2018, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ43 Commending the Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center. passed senate
HJ44 Commending the Shepherd's Center of Oakton-Vienna. passed senate
HJ45 Commending the Vienna Area National Organization for Women. passed senate
HJ46 Constitutional amendment; right to vote (first reference). dead
HJ47 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ48 Constitutional amendment; joint election of Governor and Lieutenant Governor (first reference). dead
HJ49 Interstate conventions; selection of commissioners and committee procedures. passed subcommittee
HJ50 Commending James Madison High School softball team. passed senate
HJ51 Vienna Chiropractic Associates; commemorating its 35th anniversary. passed senate
HJ52 Commending Mountain Kim Martial Arts. passed senate
HJ53 Celebrating the life of Leonard Anthony Schultz. passed senate
HJ54 Japanese Americans in World War II; commemorative postage stamp. dead
HJ55 Endometriosis Awareness Month; designating as March 2018, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ56 Teaching profession in Virginia; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. dead
HJ57 Commending Philip Alan Broadfoot. passed senate
HJ58 Rail and Public Transportation, Department of; improved transportation services, report. dead
HJ59 Celebrate Transportation Day; designating as Thursday before Memorial Day in 2019. passed senate
HJ60 State-owned ports; JLARC to study impact on local governments. dead
HJ61 Celebrating the life of Seaman Dakota Kyle Rigsby, USN. passed senate
HJ62 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Cameron H. Thomas, USA. passed senate
HJ63 Commending the Madison County High School softball team. passed senate
HJ64 General Thaddeus Kosciuszko Day; designating as October 15, 2018, & each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ65 Commemorating the life and legacy of Captain Andrew Maples, Jr., USA. passed senate
HJ66 Commuter rail system in the Commonwealth; Department of Transportation to study. dead
HJ67 Commemorating the life and legacy of Sergeant Clinton Greaves, USA, Ret. passed senate
HJ68 State Route 28; Department of Transportation to study. dead
HJ69 2016 Virginia's Working Waterfront Master Plan; supporting Plan. dead
HJ70 Standards of Quality; JLARC to study cost to implement. dead
HJ71 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Nonpartisan Redistricting Commission created. dead
HJ72 Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, restoration of civil rights (first reference). dead
HJ73 Bullying & suicide prevention; DOE to study among LGBTQ & other youth. dead
HJ74 Electric vehicles; DOLI to study effect of switch on automotive mechanics. dead
HJ75 Institutional student loans; SCHEV to study payment structures. dead
HJ76 Women Veterans Week; designating as third full week of March 2018, and each succeeding year. passed senate
HJ77 Statewide dig once policy; CIT to study feasibility of policy. passed senate
HJ78 Celebrating the life of Specialist Douglas J. Green, USA. passed senate
HJ79 Commending the Langley High School volleyball team. passed senate
HJ80 Higher education management agreements; JLARC to study compliance reviews. dead
HJ81 Fall Prevention Awareness Week; designating as third full week of September 2018. passed senate
HJ82 Manufactured housing; recognizing importance of communities. dead
HJ83 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established. dead
HJ84 Governor; enter into agreements regarding Medicaid services, benefits, and programs. dead
HJ85 Hate crimes; Virginia State Crime Commission to study. dead
HJ86 Commemorating its 150th anniversary of the passage of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States. passed senate
HJ87 Interstate I-81; joint subcommittee to study adding additional lanes between Winchester and Bristol. passed senate
HJ88 Teacher licensing process; Department of Education to study. dead
HJ89 Portable scales; DMV to study best practices when using for overweight trucks. dead
HJ90 National Beer Day; designating as April 7, 2019, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ91 Composite index of local ability to pay; DOE to study effect of local use value assessment. dead
HJ92 Civil rights and dignity; affirming the Commonwealth's commitment to diversity and safeguarding. dead
HJ93 Stormwater best management practices; planting and preservation of trees. dead
HJ94 Commonwealth's drinking water; Office of Drinking Water to study infrastructure. dead
HJ95 Pollinator Awareness Week; designating as last full week of June 2019, and each succeeding year. passed senate
HJ96 VaLORS; JLARC to study increasing hazardous duty retirement benefits. dead
HJ97 Pretrial services agencies; JLARC to study. dead
HJ98 Business property; Department of Taxation to study appeals concerning valuation. passed senate
HJ99 Duplication of job training services; JLARC to study. dead
HJ100 Internet; recognizes that broadband access is basic infrastructure. dead
HJ101 Energy storage devices; DMME to study use. passed senate
HJ102 Military retirement income; exempt from taxation. dead
HJ103 Virginia Retirement System; CNU to study feasibility and merits of a plan. passed senate
HJ104 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established. dead
HJ105 State-owned ports; JLARC to study impact on local governments. dead
HJ106 Broadband coverage; Broadband Advisory Council to study availability. dead
HJ107 Prisoner educational and vocational training programs; JLARC to study. dead
HJ108 Virginia Preschool Initiative programs; JLARC to study universal access. dead
HJ109 Individuals with disabilities, etc.; DMAS to study transportation for individuals. dead
HJ110 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ111 Constitutional amendment; powers of General Assembly, etc. (second reference). dead
HJ112 Standards of Quality; Secretary of Education to study full funding. dead
HJ113 Special elections in the Commonwealth; JLARC to study streamlining. dead
HJ114 Drug-free Pain Management Awareness Month; designating as September 2018, and each succeeding year. passed senate
HJ115 Standards of Quality; JLARC to study cost to implement. dead
HJ116 National Beer Day; designating as April 7, 2019, and each succeeding year thereafter. dead
HJ117 Educators; Board of Education to establish code of ethics and professional responsibility. dead
HJ118 Independent living communities; Department of Social Services to study regulation of communities. passed senate
HJ119 Celebrating the life of L. Stanley Willis. passed senate
HJ120 General Assembly; notifying Governor of organization. passed senate
HJ121 Commending the Disability Navigator and Virginia Navigator. dead
HJ122 Child abuse; VSCC to study laws & policies governing investigation. dead
HJ123 Assisted living facilities; study an onsite temporary emergency electrical power sources. dead
HJ124 Health care spending; JLARC to study. dead
HJ125 Universal health care; JLARC to study cost of implementing. dead
HJ126 Education; JLARC to study costs. dead
HJ127 Inaugural committee; established. passed senate
HJ128 Celebrating the life of John Robert Brady. passed senate
HJ129 United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment. dead
HJ130 Commending the Free Burma Rangers. dead
HJ131 Tamil New Year Day; designating as April 14, 2019, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ132 Judges; election in circuit court, general district court, etc. passed senate
HJ133 Commending sheriffs' deputies in Virginia. dead
HJ134 Celebrating the life of Nannie Mae Berger Hairston. passed senate
HJ135 Makar Sankranti Day; designating as January 14, 2018, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ136 Commending Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division. passed senate
HJ137 Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Charles C. Green et al. v. County School Board of New Kent. incorporated
HJ138 School boards; training to identify suicidal students. dead
HJ139 Celebrating the life of Special Agent Michael T. Walter. passed senate
HJ140 Commending Laura Hogan. passed senate
HJ141 Transgender Day of Remembrance; designating as November 20, 2018, & each succeeding year thereafter. dead
HJ142 Recovery Sunday; designating as third Sunday of September 2018, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ143 Commending Colonial Beach Elementary School. passed senate
HJ144 Sorensen Day; designating as February 13, 2018. passed senate
HJ145 Commending Ray's Auto Body. passed senate
HJ146 Commending County Transmissions, Inc. passed senate
HJ147 Commending Billy Weber Tire. passed senate
HJ148 Celebrating the life of David Clark Dowling. passed senate
HJ149 Commending the Lord Fairfax Charity Ride. passed senate
HJ150 Commending the Community Foundation for Northern Virginia. passed senate
HJ151 Commending the 1987 Washington Redskins replacement players. passed senate
HJ152 Commending Nischelle Buffalow. passed senate
HJ153 State recordkeeping, etc.; joint subcommittee to study implementation of blockchain technology. dead
HJ154 Commending Annette S. Perkins. passed senate
HJ155 Commending Ron Rordam. passed senate
HJ156 Celebrating the life of Master Sergeant George Allen Bannar, Jr., USA. passed senate
HJ157 Commending the Hanover County Historical Society. passed senate
HJ158 Commending Frank M. Beamer. passed senate
HJ159 Celebrating the life of Gary Lee Eaton. passed senate
HJ160 Commending Leadership Fairfax. passed senate
HJ161 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Faye Delores Watford Mitchell. passed senate
HJ162 Celebrating the life of Mary Louise Esherick. passed senate
HJ163 Commending the Virginia Capitol Police. passed senate
HJ164 Commending Bay Aging. passed senate
HJ165 Commending the 70th anniversary of the founding of the State of Israel. dead
HJ166 Celebrating the life of Joseph C. Stiles, Jr. passed senate
HJ167 Commending the Hopewell High School football team. passed senate
HJ168 Commending the Honorable Richard D. Brown. passed senate
HJ169 Commending David A. Nice. passed senate
HJ170 Commending Bobby and Kandy Farino. passed senate
HJ171 Commending Byron M. Adkins, Sr. passed senate
HJ172 Commending Jeremy Beck. passed senate
HJ173 Commending Melanie Kelly. passed senate
HJ174 Commending Matthew Tobia. passed senate
HJ175 Commending Megan Poole. passed senate
HJ176 Celebrating the life of Captain Howard Todd Kauderer, USN, Ret. passed senate
HJ177 Celebrating the life of Trooper-Pilot Berke M.M. Bates. passed senate
HJ178 Electrical Safety Month; designating as May 2018, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ179 Commending the Virginia Space Flight Academy. passed senate
HJ180 Commending Bishop Kim W. Brown. passed senate
HJ181 Commending Kenneth Mason Easley, Jr. passed senate
HJ182 Celebrating the life of Buckner Gamby, Jr. passed senate
HJ183 Celebrating the life of Nellie Jane Hinderman McLeod. passed senate
HJ184 Commending idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis researchers and clinicians in Virginia. passed senate
HJ185 Commending the Westfield High School football team. passed senate
HJ186 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Albert Woodfin Patrick III. passed senate
HJ187 Commending the University of Mary Washington men's soccer team. passed senate
HJ188 Commending Michelle Cottrell-Williams. passed senate
HJ189 Commending the Fairfax County Water Authority. passed senate
HJ190 Commending T. Tyronne and Felicia Champion. passed senate
HJ191 Commending Lee Wilson Palmer. passed senate
HJ192 Celebrating the life of Martha Jeraldine Morris Tata. passed senate
HJ193 Commending Joanne Leslie Webster. passed senate
HJ194 Commending Helen Sorto Zurita. passed senate
HJ195 Commending Joyce Entremont. passed senate
HJ196 Commending R. Dan Hix. passed senate
HJ197 Celebrating the life of Ernest A. Winslow. Sr. passed senate
HJ198 Celebrating the life of James Edwin Turner, Jr. passed senate
HJ199 Commending Jennifer Hoysa. passed senate
HJ200 Commending Mary Lou Trimble. passed senate
HJ201 Commending Bradley Kilby. passed senate
HJ202 Celebrating the life of Marion Lee Stuart Cochran. passed senate
HJ203 Commending the Braddock Road Youth Club Travel Soccer 99 Elite Academy team. passed senate
HJ204 Commending C.T. Woody, Jr. passed senate
HJ205 Commending Mount Calvary Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ206 Commending Brian D. Duncan. passed senate
HJ207 Commending the Museum of Culpeper History. passed senate
HJ208 Commending the Highland Springs High School football team. passed senate
HJ209 Celebrating the life of James Howell Hardy III. passed senate
HJ210 Commending the Wellmore Coal Company Mine Rescue Red Team. passed senate
HJ211 Commending the Virginia Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs. passed senate
HJ212 Commending Thomas Nelson Community College. passed senate
HJ213 Commending the Princess Anne Courthouse Volunteer Fire and Rescue Squad. passed senate
HJ214 Celebrating the life of Colonel Wesley Lee Fox, USMC, Ret. passed senate
HJ215 Commending Bristol Baseball, Inc. passed senate
HJ216 Commending Leadership Washington County. passed senate
HJ217 Commending Chapters Bookshop. passed senate
HJ218 Commending Henderson Motorsports. passed senate
HJ219 Commending the Fort Hunt Little League Senior All Stars. passed senate
HJ220 Celebrating the life of Sidney Belt Harvey III. passed senate
HJ221 Celebrating the life of Amanda Ernestine Jackson Rush. passed senate
HJ222 Celebrating the life of Bruce Edison Bentley, Sr. passed senate
HJ223 Celebrating the life of Michael Evan Watkins. passed senate
HJ224 Commending Richard Rose. passed senate
HJ225 Commending the Children's Advocacy Center of Highlands Community Services. passed senate
HJ226 Commending Barter Theatre. passed senate
HJ227 Commending the Virginia Association of Governmental Purchasing. passed senate
HJ228 Commending Charles W. Hall. passed senate
HJ229 Celebrating the life of Frederick L. Hawk. passed senate
HJ230 Commending the XXIII Olympic Winter Games. passed senate
HJ231 Commending the U19 Girls Vienna Youth Soccer Phoenix '99. passed senate
HJ232 Commending Ayuda. passed senate
HJ233 Commending Neighborhood Health. passed senate
HJ234 Commending the Northern Virginia Regional Commission. passed senate
HJ235 Commending Beth Laine. passed senate
HJ236 Commending Mary-Margaret Cash. passed senate
HJ237 Commending the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce. passed senate
HJ238 Commending the Westfield High School field hockey team. passed senate
HJ239 Commending the Monacan High School girls' basketball team. passed senate
HJ240 Commending the Historic 1917 Courthouse in Chesterfield County. passed senate
HJ241 Commending Clarene Helen Vickery. passed senate
HJ242 Celebrating the life of Edna Ware Taylor. passed senate
HJ243 Commending Air India. passed senate
HJ244 Commending the Potomac Falls High School girls' lacrosse team. passed senate
HJ245 Celebrating the life of Barbara S. Klotz. passed senate
HJ246 Commending Blacksburg High School. passed senate
HJ247 Commending James A. Davis. passed senate
HJ248 Commending the Loudoun County Sheriffs Office. passed senate
HJ249 Commending the Briar Woods High School cheerleading team. passed senate
HJ250 Celebrating the life of Louise Fletcher King Eastham. passed senate
HJ251 Celebrating the life of Senta Amon Raizen. passed senate
HJ252 Commending Wayne H. Nickum. passed senate
HJ253 Celebrating the life of Robert Lee Stephens, Jr. passed senate
HJ254 Commending the March for Life. passed senate
HJ255 Commending the Free Clinic of Culpeper. passed senate
HJ256 Celebrating the life of Martha Alice Wright. passed senate
HJ257 Commending the Heart of Appalachia Tourism Authority. passed senate
HJ258 Commending the Virginia Association of Free and Charitable Clinics, Inc. passed senate
HJ259 Commending the J. Michael Lunsford Middle School Lego Lions. passed senate
HJ260 Commending Broad Run High School. passed senate
HJ261 Commending Loudoun County Public Schools. passed senate
HJ262 Commending Park View High School. passed senate
HJ263 Commending the Rock Ridge High School boys' tennis team. passed senate
HJ264 Commending Fred Matthews. passed senate
HJ265 Commending the Danville Good News Jail & Prison Ministry. passed senate
HJ266 Commending Union Hall Elementary School. passed senate
HJ267 Commending Robert Mills, Jr. passed senate
HJ268 Commending Patricia and Chris Haskins. passed senate
HJ269 Commending Dr. Jessica M. Jones. passed senate
HJ270 Commending Westover Christian Academy. passed senate
HJ271 Celebrating the life of Worth Harris Carter, Jr. passed senate
HJ272 Celebrating the life of Edmond Boxley Fitzgerald III. passed senate
HJ273 Celebrating the life of Bijan C. Ghaisar. dead
HJ274 Commending Vanessa R. Crawford. passed senate
HJ275 Commending Frances Carter Ragland. passed senate
HJ276 Commending the Virginia Children's Book Festival. passed senate
HJ277 Commending Machelle J. Eppes. passed senate
HJ278 Celebrating the life of Andrew Thomas Luna. passed senate
HJ279 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Lacey E. Putney. passed senate
HJ280 Commending the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Prince William County Chapter. passed senate
HJ281 Commending the Virginia Poverty Law Center. passed senate
HJ282 Commending Joe Samuel Frank. passed senate
HJ283 Celebrating the life of Hendrik W. Tieleman. passed senate
HJ284 Celebrating the life of Kenneth R. Shafer. passed senate
HJ285 Commending the Honorable Robert H. Brink. dead
HJ286 Celebrating the life of Anna Bess Leavens. passed senate
HJ287 Celebrating the life of Gary David Burgess. passed senate
HJ288 Celebrating the life of Ida Bonicelli Trigiani. passed senate
HJ289 Celebrating the life of Pauline Anderson Hagy. passed senate
HJ290 Commending Otis Gene Lawson. passed senate
HJ291 Commending William C. Shelton. passed senate
HJ292 Celebrating the life of Lindsay Butte West. passed senate
HJ293 Commending the Valentine First Freedom Center. passed senate
HJ294 Celebrating the life of Elizabeth Lee Harward Jolly. passed senate
HJ295 Commending the New Dominion Women's Club. passed senate
HJ296 Commending the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce. passed senate
HJ297 Commending women who ran for public office in Virginia in 2017. dead
HJ298 Commending Stonehouse Elementary School. passed senate
HJ299 Commending the James City-Bruton Volunteer Fire Department. passed senate
HJ300 Commending the James Madison High School band. passed senate
HJ301 Commending Patsy Gifford Napier. passed senate
HJ302 Celebrating the life of Heather Danielle Heyer. passed senate
HJ303 Celebrating the life of Frances Elizabeth Gibson Loose. passed senate
HJ304 Celebrating the life of W. Randolph Nichols. passed senate
HJ305 Commending the Reverend Michael Hirsch. passed senate
HJ306 Commending the Honorable William J. Howell. passed senate
HJ307 Commending the Pinewood Lake Homeowner's Association. passed senate
HJ308 Commending Earl Flanagan. passed senate
HJ309 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant H. Jay Cullen III. passed senate
HJ310 Commending Laszlo Berkowits. passed senate
HJ311 Commending the Westover Hills Neighborhood Association. passed senate
HJ312 Commending the Podium Foundation. passed senate
HJ313 Commending the Richmond Symphony. passed senate
HJ314 Commending the recipients of the 2018 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Awards. passed senate
HJ315 Commending the Virginia State University football team. passed senate
HJ316 Commending the Virginia State University men's indoor track and field team. passed senate
HJ317 Commending the Southeastern Virginia Health System. passed senate
HJ318 Commending the Newport News Green Foundation. passed senate
HJ319 Commending New Hope Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ320 Commending People to People. passed senate
HJ321 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Edwin H. Ragsdale. passed senate
HJ322 Celebrating the life of Ryland Yancey Bailey, Sr. passed senate
HJ323 Celebrating the life of Fattah A. Muhammad, Sr. passed senate
HJ324 Celebrating the life of Charles Richard Napier. passed senate
HJ325 Commemorating the life and legacy of Peter Francisco. dead
HJ326 Commending Charles D. Wagner. passed senate
HJ327 Commending Manchester High School's Lancer Theatre Company. passed senate
HJ328 Commending Timothy L. Taylor. passed senate
HJ329 Commending Timothy Coyne. passed senate
HJ330 Commending the Brent Berry Food Drive. passed senate
HJ331 Celebrating the life of Thomas Carr Baker. passed senate
HJ332 Celebrating the life of LaVonne Parker Ellis. passed senate
HJ333 Commending Bridget Loft. passed senate
HJ334 Commending Dynamic Aviation. passed senate
HJ335 Commending Nancy Renfro. passed senate
HJ336 Commending Jennifer Toussaint. passed senate
HJ337 Celebrating the life of Cherie Toll Bottum. passed senate
HJ338 Celebrating the life of Nicole Katherine Orttung. passed senate
HJ339 Celebrating the life of James Russell Shea. passed senate
HJ340 Celebrating the life of Jo-Ann Dotson Holland. passed senate
HJ341 Celebrating the life of Thomas R. Wolanin. passed senate
HJ342 Celebrating the life of Martha Ann Miller. passed senate
HJ343 Celebrating the life of Christine Richmond Cottey. passed senate
HJ344 Commending the Fort Defiance High School Envirothon team. passed senate
HJ345 Commending the Department of General Services. passed senate
HJ346 Commending Acacia Lodge No. 16. passed senate
HJ347 Commending the Freedom High School gymnastics team. passed senate
HJ348 Celebrating the life of Nabra Hassanen. passed senate
HJ349 Commending First Baptist Church Jefferson Park. passed senate
HJ350 Commending FACETS. passed senate
HJ351 Commending First Baptist Church Denbigh. passed senate
HJ352 Commending Jay Fisette. passed senate
HJ353 Celebrating the life of Murray K. Carton. passed senate
HJ354 Commending the McLean High School band. passed senate
HJ355 Commending the McLean High School boys' tennis team. passed senate
HJ356 Commending the McLean High School Highlander marching band. passed senate
HJ357 Commending The Highlander. passed senate
HJ358 Commending the Reston Community Orchestra. passed senate
HJ359 Commending the Longfellow Middle School Rubik's Cube team. passed senate
HJ360 Commending the Longfellow Middle School Science Olympiad team. passed senate
HJ361 Celebrating the life of the Honorable William T. Stone. passed senate
HJ362 Commending the Dunn Loring Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department. passed senate
HJ363 Commending the James Madison High School girls' swim and dive team. passed senate
HJ364 Celebrating the life of Wanda Bowyer Morehead. passed senate
HJ365 Commending Michaela Joyce. passed senate
HJ366 Commending the Falls Church-McLean Children's Center. passed senate
HJ367 Commending Angela B. Wilson. passed senate
HJ368 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Kermit Lee Racey, Sr. passed senate
HJ369 Celebrating the life of Orrin Luce French, Sr. passed senate
HJ370 Celebrating the life of Winfred William Ortts. passed senate
HJ371 Celebrating the life of Jacob Haun, Jr., M.D. passed senate
HJ372 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Joshua L. Robinson. passed senate
HJ373 Celebrating the life of Roy Lee Cardin, Sr. passed senate
HJ374 Celebrating the life of Vivian Comer Gaynor. passed senate
HJ375 Celebrating the life of Shelby Manuel McCoy. passed senate
HJ376 Celebrating the life of Bernard Lee Stokes. passed senate
HJ377 Celebrating the life of Howard Franklin Simpson. passed senate
HJ378 Commending the Colloquium on Violence and Religion. passed senate
HJ379 Commending the Battlefield High School wrestling team. passed senate
HJ380 Commending David T. Gies. passed senate
HJ381 Commending Teresa A. Sullivan. passed senate
HJ382 Commending Reuse and Replay. passed senate
HJ383 Commending Justin Young. passed senate
HJ384 Commending Melanie Pincus. passed senate
HJ385 Commending Hampton Roads Pride. passed senate
HJ386 Commending Andy Sigle. passed senate
HJ387 Commending Leslie Kane. passed senate
HJ388 Commending Marybeth Haneline. passed senate
HJ389 Commending the Pantry at South Lakes High School. passed senate
HJ390 Commending Maame Biney. passed senate
HJ391 Commending Patrick C. Kinlaw. passed senate
HJ392 Commending the Reverend Ivan T. Harris. passed senate
HJ393 Celebrating the life of Loretta H. Tate. passed senate
HJ394 Celebrating the life of Annie Belle Daniels. passed senate
HJ395 Celebrating the life of Tom Cain. passed senate
HJ396 Celebrating the life of Benjamin O. Moore, Jr. passed senate
HJ397 Commending An Achievable Dream. passed senate
HJ398 Commending The College of William and Mary. passed senate
HJ399 Commending the Historic Triangle Covenant. passed senate
HJ400 Commending Newport News Public Schools. passed senate
HJ401 Commending Ashby C. Kilgore. passed senate
HJ402 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel Walter Joseph Potock, USAF, Ret. passed senate
HJ403 Celebrating the life of John J. Harold. passed senate
HJ404 Commending the Virginia State Beekeepers Association. passed senate
HJ405 Commending Diane L. Zahm. passed senate
HJ406 Commending Ashley Vollrath. passed senate
HJ407 Commending the Burke Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department. passed senate
HJ408 Commending the Appomattox County High School wrestling team. passed senate
HJ409 Commending Mary Mellon. passed senate
HJ410 Commending the Leadership Center for Excellence. passed senate
HJ411 Commending Matthew D. Shank. passed senate
HJ412 Celebrating the life of Thelma Kouzes. passed senate
HJ413 Celebrating the life of Dorothy Carter Gill. passed senate
HJ414 Celebrating the life of William H. Bozman. passed senate
HJ415 Celebrating the life of Mildred Leigh Shiver. passed senate
HJ416 Celebrating the life of Deputy Curtis Allen Bartlett. passed senate
HJ417 Celebrating the life of Sarah Danielle Sanders. passed senate
HJ418 Commending Sydney Wrighte. passed senate
HJ419 Commending William Clyde Elliott. passed senate
HJ420 Commending the Patrick Henry High School boys' track and field team. passed senate
HJ421 Commending R.B. Clark. passed senate
HJ422 Commending the Wildlife Foundation of Virginia. passed senate
HJ423 Commending the American's Creed. passed senate
HJ424 Commending the Eppington Plantation. passed senate
HJ425 Commending Townes Funeral Home. passed senate
HJ426 Commending Sammy McCormick. passed senate
HJ427 Commending John B. Gilstrap. passed senate
HJ428 Commending Elizabeth Spainhour. passed senate
HJ429 Commending Roman Eagle Rehabilitation and Health Care Center. passed senate
HJ430 Commending Master Gunnery Sergeant Carroll Braxton, USMC, Ret. passed senate
HJ431 Commending the W.T. Woodson High School boys' basketball team. passed senate
HJ432 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Robert J. Barber, Jr. passed senate
HJ433 Celebrating the life of Laurie Shelton Moran. passed senate
HJ434 Celebrating the life of Apostle Willie Davis, Jr. passed senate
HJ435 Celebrating the life of Ronald E. Carrier. passed senate
HJ436 Celebrating the life of Thomas Preston McNamara. passed senate
HJ437 Celebrating the life of Herman J. Chaney. passed senate
HJ438 Celebrating the life of Wilbert M. Beasley, Jr. passed senate
HJ439 Celebrating the life of Morris Gilmore Stephenson. passed senate
HJ440 Celebrating the life of Clarence L. Sessoms. passed senate
HJ441 Commending Christopher Howard Long. passed senate
HJ442 Commending the Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic. passed senate
HJ443 Commending Lucy Cordell Wells. passed senate
HJ444 Commending the Virginia Commission for the Arts. passed senate
HJ445 Commending 1st Stage Tysons Theatre. passed senate
HJ446 Commending The Governor's School for the Arts. passed senate
HJ447 Commending Almaz Abebe. passed senate
HJ448 Celebrating the life of James Edward Thomas. passed senate
HJ449 Celebrating the life of Father Gerard Creedon. passed senate
HJ450 Commending the Virginia Bankers Association. passed senate
HJ451 Commending the Truro community. passed senate
HJ452 Commending Curtis R. Millner, Sr. passed senate
HJ453 Commending Chatham Furniture Company. passed senate
HJ454 Commending Jack Holmes. passed senate
HJ455 Commending Jeffrey C. Greenfield. passed senate
HJ456 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Harry Robert Purkey. passed senate
HJ457 Commending Virginia Pappas. passed senate
HJ458 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Harry Burns Blevins, Sr. passed senate
HJ459 Commending Eleanor D. Schmidt. passed senate
HJ460 Commending the Grundy Senior High School wrestling team. passed senate
HJ461 Commending the Lake Braddock Secondary School band. passed senate
HJ462 Commemorating the life and legacy of Mathias Wilberger. dead
HJ463 Commending Yodie Swain. passed senate
HJ464 Commending St. John's Episcopal Church. passed senate
HJ465 Commending Virginia Prosthetics and Orthotics. passed senate
HJ466 Commending Center in the Square. passed senate
HJ467 Commending Jefferson College of Health Sciences. passed senate
HJ468 Commending Child Health Investment Partnership of Roanoke Valley. passed senate
HJ469 Commending Community High School. passed senate
HJ470 Commending the Reverend Kirk Ballin. passed senate
HJ471 Commending Allison Stocks. passed senate
HJ472 Commending Wheels to Africa. passed senate
HJ473 Celebrating the life of Julien H. Meyer, Jr., M.D. passed senate
HJ474 Celebrating the life of Bessie S. Mattox. passed senate
HJ475 Celebrating the life of Irving Comer. passed senate
HJ476 Celebrating the life of Patrick William McDonough. passed senate
HJ477 Celebrating the life of David Samuel Carter, Jr. passed senate
HJ478 Celebrating the life of George W. Thompson, Jr. passed senate
HJ479 Celebrating the life the Reverend Alexander Lincoln James, III. passed senate
HJ480 Celebrating the life of James Champ, III. passed senate
HJ481 Celebrating the life of Robert Austin. passed senate
HJ482 Celebrating the life of Philip Madison Griffin. passed senate
HJ483 Celebrating the life of Dr. Wanda S. Mitchell. passed senate
HJ484 Celebrating the life of Vivian Conway Mason. passed senate
HJ485 Celebrating the life of Rosalene Inez Bullock. passed senate
HJ486 Celebrating the life of William G. Somerville. passed senate
HJ487 Commending Eileen Curtis. passed senate
HJ488 Commending Gordon Stokes. passed senate
HJ489 Commending Richard Campbell. passed senate
HJ490 Commending Jonathan Brown. passed senate
HJ491 Commending Janet Haines. passed senate
HJ492 Commending Alan Freed. passed senate
HJ493 Commending Chris Lumsden. passed senate
HJ494 Commending The Community Foundation. passed senate
HJ495 Commending the Fredericksburg Area Builders Association. passed senate
HJ496 Commending the Fredericksburg Area Museum. passed senate
HJ497 Commending the Central Rappahannock Regional Library. passed senate
HJ498 Commending Growing Kids Therapy Center. passed senate
HJ499 Commending Douglas Graney. passed senate
HJ500 Commending Barbara Sorenson. passed senate
HJ501 Celebrating the life of Donald S. Beyer, Sr. passed senate
HJ502 Celebrating the life of Henry Louis Myers. passed senate
HJ503 Celebrating the life of Chief Warrant Officer Edwin Linek, USN, Ret. passed senate
HJ504 Celebrating the life of Scott Spillane Fricker. passed senate
HJ505 Celebrating the life of Buckley Anne Kuhn Fricker. passed senate
HJ506 Commending the Virginia Highlands Small Business Development Center. passed senate
HJ507 Commending Natalie D. Robb. passed senate
HJ508 Commending the Letter Carriers' Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. passed senate
HJ509 Commending the Alexandria Harmonizers. passed senate
HJ510 Commending Susan Ungerer. passed senate
HJ511 Commending Bringing Resources to Aid Women's Shelters. passed senate
HJ512 Commending Nancy Ruth Sherwood. passed senate
HJ513 Commending Training Futures. passed senate
HJ514 Commending Madeleine LeBeau. passed senate
HJ515 Commending Thompson Insurance Services. passed senate
HJ516 Commending Helen Burch Hess. passed senate
HJ517 Commending Wakefield High School. passed senate
HJ518 Commending Encore Stage & Studio. passed senate
HJ519 Commending Claremont Immersion Elementary School. passed senate
HJ520 Commending Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment. passed senate
HJ521 Commending the Arlington Food Assistance Center. passed senate
HJ522 Commending the Denbigh Lions Club. passed senate
HJ523 Commending Wesley Grove United Church of Christ. passed senate
HJ524 Commending An Achievable Dream Middle and High School. passed senate
HJ525 Commending Refuge Nation Church. passed senate
HJ526 Commending Heritage High School. passed senate
HJ527 Commending the Jefferson Forest High School boys' swim team. passed senate
HJ528 Commending Brook Byrd. passed senate
HJ529 Commending Chris Evans. passed senate
HJ530 Commending Henricus Colledge (1619). passed senate
HJ531 Commending the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission and its localities. passed senate
HJ532 Commending Olive Branch Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ533 Commending Lenah Clements. passed senate
HJ534 Commending the Loudoun Valley High School boys' cross country team. passed senate
HJ535 Commending C.W. Thomas. passed senate
HJ536 Commending Ringgold Volunteer Fire and Rescue. passed senate
HJ537 Commending the Galileo Magnet High School Academic Competition for Excellence team. passed senate
HJ538 Commending the Patrick Henry College moot court team. passed senate
HJ539 Commending the Northwestern Regional Juvenile Detention Center. passed senate
HJ540 Commending Karen Russell. passed senate
HJ541 Commending W. Keith Brower, Jr. passed senate
HJ542 Commending Sam Adamo. passed senate
HJ543 Commending the Peninsula Elder Abuse Forensic Center. passed senate
HJ544 Commending Lena Wyche-Clark. passed senate
HJ545 Commending the Williamsburg Winery. passed senate
HJ546 Commending Kevin Harrison. passed senate
HJ547 Commending Ken Felix. passed senate
HJ548 Commending The College of William and Mary. passed senate
HJ549 Celebrating the life of Fred Thomas Wright. passed senate
HJ550 Celebrating the life of James F. Brownell. passed senate
HJ551 Celebrating the life of Albert M. Nicodemus, Jr. passed senate
HJ552 Celebrating the life of the Reverend William Franklin Graham, Jr. passed senate
HJ553 Celebrating the life of Darnell Johnson. passed senate
HJ554 Commending HealthWorks. passed senate
HJ555 Commending Greater King's Chapel. passed senate
HJ556 Commending Donald E. Wiggins. passed senate
HJ557 Commending Delta Beta Sigma Chapter. passed senate
HJ558 Commending David Bruce Patterson. passed senate
HJ559 Commending Garry Friend. passed senate
HJ560 Commending Amherst Fire Department. passed senate
HJ561 Commending Battlefield High School's Bobcats Evaluating and Servicing Technology Club. passed senate
HJ562 Commending the Virginia Student Training and Refurbishment Program. passed senate
HJ563 Commending Dan Ryan, Sr. passed senate
HJ564 Commending Yolanda Coffey Boatwright. passed senate
HJ565 Commending Stuart Wallace Connock. passed senate
HJ566 Commending Nancy Howell Agee. passed senate
HJ567 Celebrating the life of Frank Crandall. passed senate
HJ568 Celebrating the life of Dorothy Ann McClelland. passed senate
HJ569 Celebrating the life of Elyette Jean-Marie Ninette Brochot Conein. passed senate
HJ570 Commending James E. Gahres. passed senate
HJ571 Commending Carlos Del Toro. passed senate
HJ572 Commending South County Little League. passed senate
HJ573 Commending Patricia Hurley. passed senate
HJ574 Commending Anne Shaw. passed senate
HJ575 Judges; election in circuit court, general district court, etc. passed senate
HJ576 General Assembly; Governor to call a special session. dead
HR1 Glass-Steagall Act; memorializing Congress to reinstate portions of Act. dead
HR2 Celebrating the life of Nathan Watts. passed house
HR3 Commending the Lord Botetourt High School volleyball team. passed house
HR4 Reid, William Ferguson; recognizing achievements. dead
HR5 Indian tribes in Virginia, certain; memorizing United States Senate to federally recognize. dead
HR6 Celebrating the life of Mary Ann Hovis. passed house
HR7 Commending the Western Branch High School baseball team. passed house
HR8 Commending Emerson Puzey. passed house
HR9 Commending Martina D. Campbell. passed house
HR10 Commending the Virginia Gentlemen Foundation. passed house
HR11 Celebrating the life of Willie Melvin Smith, Jr. passed house
HR12 Commending the GFWC Junto Women's Club. passed house
HR13 Celebrating the life of Sidney E. Sankey, Jr. passed house
HR14 Day of Women; designating as January 22, 2018, and each succeeding year thereafter. dead
HR15 House of Delegates; funding for portrait of former Speaker William J. Howell. passed house
HR16 Commending the VA Showcase. passed house
HR17 House of Delegates; establishing Rules for 2018-2019 General Assembly Sessions. passed house
HR18 Virginia House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed house
HR19 Commending the Salem High School football team. passed house
HR20 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed house
HR21 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed house
HR22 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR23 State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed house
HR24 Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed house
HR25 Celebrating the life of Andrew B. Damiani. passed house
HR26 Commending St. Paul's Episcopal Church. passed house
HR27 Commending Robert Curtis Baltimore. passed house
HR28 House of Delegates; amending and adopting Rules 16 and 40. passed house
HR29 Commemorating the 45th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. dead
HR30 Commemorating the life and legacy of Russell Amos Kirk. passed house
HR31 House of Delegates; amending and adopting Rules 82. introduced
HR32 Commending Jackson Owen Combs. passed house
HR33 Celebrating the life of Judith Lynn Colbert Casey. passed house
HR34 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Gregory S. Ryan. passed house
HR35 Commending Glebe Episcopal Church. passed house
HR36 Celebrating the life of Captain John G. Colgan, USN, Ret. passed house
HR37 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant General Samuel Vaughan Wilson, USA, Ret. passed house
HR38 Commending the Virginia Autism Project. passed house
HR39 Commending the graduating class of Skyline Regional Criminal Justice Academy Jail Officer Basic 1. passed house
HR40 Commending the Stone Bridge High School volleyball team. passed house
HR41 Commending the Salvation Army of Loudoun County. passed house
HR42 Commending Sporting Virginia Futsal Club. passed house
HR43 Commending Denise Corbo. passed house
HR44 Celebrating the life of Mayer A. Sarfan. passed house
HR45 Celebrating the life of Dorene Zilber Sarfan. passed house
HR46 Celebrating the life of Robert Lee Dodd, Jr. passed house
HR47 Commending the Hidden Valley High School app team. passed house
HR48 Commending Mike Bryant. passed house
HR49 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Willie Rowe, USA. passed house
HR50 Commending Second Lieutenant Drew Borinstein, USMC. passed house
HR51 Commending the Virginia Czech and Slovak Folklife Festival. passed house
HR52 Commending Andrew Brown. passed house
HR53 Commending Charles L. Shumate. passed house
HR54 Celebrating the life of Bishop Clarence Vernie Russell, Sr. passed house
HR55 Celebrating the life of James W. Smith III. passed house
HR56 Commending VersAbility Resources. passed house
HR57 Commending the staff of the Indian River Community Center. passed house
HR58 Commending William H. Milligan, Jr. passed house
HR59 Celebrating the life of Martha Howard Patten. passed house
HR60 Commending Judy F. Wiggins. passed house
HR61 Commending Eggleston Services. passed house
HR62 Commending the Virginia Beach Emergency Response System: Emergency Communications, Fire, etc. passed house
HR63 Celebrating the life of Elton Jefferson Wade, Sr. passed house
HR64 Commending Broad Run High School DECA. passed house
HR65 Commending Iridium Communications. passed house
HR66 Celebrating the life of Connie Marie Felt Cowardin. passed house
HR67 Celebrating the life of Virginia Howard Farrar. passed house
HR68 Celebrating the life of Abraham Alfred Raizen. passed house
HR69 Commending the Louisa Little League 9-11 all-star baseball team. passed house
HR70 Commending the Louisa County High School football team. passed house
HR71 Commending the Appomattox County High School football team. passed house
HR72 Commending the Appomattox County High School golf team. passed house
HR73 Commending Eastern Montgomery High School. passed house
HR74 Commending the Honorable Robert H. Brink. introduced
HR75 Celebrating the life of Pearl Speller White. passed house
HR76 Commending Grant Franklin Hasty. passed house
HR77 Commending Cameron Headtke. passed house
HR78 Commending the Honorable Bonnie C. Davis. passed house
HR79 Celebrating the life of Everett Hope Jordan, Jr. stricken
HR80 Celebrating the life of Charles Bradley Arnett, Jr. passed house
HR81 Commending Robert C. Wilcox. passed house
HR82 Celebrating the life of Sol Waite Rawls, Jr. passed house
HR83 Commending Tracey Krupski, M.D. passed house
HR84 Celebrating the life of Harry Taft Rutherford, Jr. passed house
HR85 Commending Adrian K. Lund, Ph.D. passed house
HR86 Commending J. Christopher LaGow. dead
HR87 Commending the Caroline County Agricultural Fair. passed house
HR88 Commending Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. passed house
HR89 Commending Lindsay K. Mottley. passed house
HR90 Commending Evelyn Ivey. passed house
HR91 Commending Victoria H. Diggs. passed house
HR92 Celebrating the life of Thomas Allen Applewhite, Jr. passed house
HR93 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Barry G. Logsdon. passed house
HR94 Celebrating the life of Raymond B. Bottom, Jr. passed house
HR95 Commending Debra Ann Smith. passed house
HR96 Celebrating the life of Everett Hope Jordan, Jr. passed house
HR97 Commending Dwayne Yancey. passed house
HR98 Celebrating the life of Ruth E. Jones. passed house
HR99 Celebrating the life of Theresa Jordan Berkeley. passed house
HR100 Commending the 70th anniversary of the founding of the State of Israel. passed house
HR101 Commending the Powhatan Christmas Mother program. passed house
HR102 Commending the Christiansburg High School wrestling team. passed house
HR103 Commending Paul T. Frantz, M.D. passed house
HR104 Commending the Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys. passed house
HR105 Celebrating the life of Grace Victoria Edmondson Harris. passed house
HR106 Celebrating the life of L. Hope Lally. passed house
HR107 Celebrating the life of Catherine deSales Corbett Jennings. passed house
HR108 Celebrating the life of Alexander William Allen. passed house
HR109 Commending Cody Keen. passed house
HR110 Commending Virginia Belle Honeycutt Meador. passed house
HR111 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Earle C. Mobley. passed house
HR112 Commending the CGI Southwest Virginia Technology Center of Excellence. passed house
HR113 Commending Mountain Movers. passed house
HR114 Commending the Eastern View High School wrestling team. passed house
HR115 Commending the Prince William County Historic Preservation Division. passed house
HR116 Commending the American Council of Engineering Companies of Virginia. passed house
HR117 Commending Janae Blakeney. passed house
HR118 Celebrating the life of David Leroy Lowe. passed house
HR119 Commending Cecile Richards. dead
HR120 Celebrating the life of Bradford Huffman. passed house
HR121 Commending the Colonial Heights Optimists baseball team. passed house
HR122 Commending Thierry G. Dupuis. passed house
HR123 Celebrating the life of Diane Drury Hyatt. passed house
HR124 Celebrating the life of Grace Justice Keen. passed house
HR125 Commending Bob Brown. passed house
HR126 Commending Preston Battle IV. passed house
HR127 Commending Stafford Junction, Inc. passed house
HR128 Commending the Colgan High School theatre program. passed house
HR129 Commending Abbesi Akhamie. passed house
HR130 Commending the Woodbridge Potomac Communities Civic Association. passed house
HR131 Commending the Honorable Robert H. Brink. passed house
HR132 Commending Ashley Caldwell. passed house
HR133 Commending Brian Ratliff. passed house
HR134 Celebrating the life of Edwin C. Luther III. passed house
HR135 Commending Deborah L. Vest. passed house
HR136 Celebrating the life of Laurie Genise Snead Westbrook. passed house
HR137 Commending Dr. William R. Harvey. passed house
HR138 Commending Hampton University. passed house
HR139 Celebrating the life of Agnes Epes McMurran Johnson. passed house
HR140 Commending the Abingdon High School golf team. passed house
HR141 Celebrating the life of Robert Gilbert Bagley. passed house
HR142 Commending Mount Pleasant Baptist Church. passed house
HR143 Commending the Faith Christian School girls' basketball team. passed house
HR144 Commending Jakob Kennedy. passed house
HR145 Commending Brown's African Methodist Episcopal Church. passed house
HR146 Celebrating the life of L.M. Gerald. passed house
HR147 Celebrating the life of Douglas Corneil Sumblin. passed house
HR148 Commending the Virginia Aeronautical Historical Society. passed house
HR149 Commending HCA Virginia Health System. passed house
HR150 Celebrating the life of Howard Mark Holmes. passed house
HR151 Celebrating the life of the Honorable James H. Harvell III. passed house
HR152 Commending Phyllis Mather. passed house
HR153 Commending Adelle Settle. passed house
HR154 Commending H. Phillip Smith. passed house
HR155 Commending Middleburg Community Charter School. passed house
HR156 Commending Alexia Glancey. passed house
HR157 Commending Marissa Sumathipala. passed house
HR158 Celebrating the life of Stanley Caulkins. passed house
HR159 Commending the Briar Woods High School baseball team. passed house
HR160 Commending the Honorable David G. Brickley. passed house
HR161 Commending the C.D. Hylton High School cheer team. passed house
HR162 Commemorating the life and legacy of Presley N. O'Bannon. passed house
HR163 Commending Dennis Jensen. passed house
HR164 Commending Jarad L. Phelps. passed house
HR165 Commending Bill VanAntwerp. passed house
HR166 Commending Roger Talley. passed house
HR167 Commending Robert Clubb. passed house
HR168 Commending Glendell Hill. passed house
HR169 Commending Eleanor Sigrest. passed house
HR170 Commending Sonnie P. Penn Elementary School. passed house
HR171 Celebrating the life of Paul Robert Booth. passed house
HR172 Celebrating the life of Calvin L. Johnson. passed house
HR173 Celebrating the life of Kermit Marshall Cook. passed house
HR174 Celebrating the life of John Miller Payne. passed house
HR175 Commending Calvary Baptist Church. passed house
HR176 Commending the Eastside High School one-act play team. passed house
HR177 Commending Allyson Courtney Hart. passed house
HR178 Celebrating the life of George Francis Maida. passed house
HR179 Celebrating the life of Robert C. King, Sr. passed house
HR180 Celebrating the life of Jenny Osborne Wilkins. passed house
HR181 Commending Boy Scouts of America Troop 31. passed house
HR182 Commending the National Federation of Independent Business. passed house
HR183 Commending Embark Richmond Highway. passed house
HR184 Commending 90 for 90. passed house
HR185 Commending Mike Meadows. passed house
HR186 Commending Damon Broiles. passed house
HR187 Commending Amanda Brown. passed house
HR188 Commending Ryan Tolley. passed house
HR189 Commending Neil Shoults. passed house
HR190 Commending Asley Amezquita. passed house
HR191 Commending Donovan Stewart. passed house
HR192 Commending Zachary Dixon. passed house
HR193 Commending Denyse Carroll. passed house
HR194 Commending Joshua Jensen. passed house
HR195 Commending Bradford Burgeson. passed house
HR196 Commending the Radford University men's basketball team. passed house
HR197 Commending the Radford High School boys' basketball team. passed house
HR198 Commending Brenda J. Johnson. passed house
HR199 Celebrating the life of the Reverend James W. McNeil. passed house
HR200 Celebrating the life of Patrick James Rutzinski. passed house
HR201 Commending Rachel Chapel Freewill Baptist Church. passed house
HR202 Commending CSE, Inc. passed house
HR203 Celebrating the life of Suzanne Davis Miller. passed house
HR204 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel Charles Burrel Copas, USAF, Ret. passed house
HR205 Commending Rolling Valley Elementary School. passed house
HR206 Commending Rabbi Amy R. Perlin. passed house
HR207 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed house
HR208 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed house
HR209 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR210 Commending the Dale City Civic Association. passed house
# Title Status
SB1 Firearms; mechanical devices designed to increase rate of fire, penalty. dead
SB2 Firearms; carrying loaded in public place, etc. dead
SB3 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. in committee
SB4 Absentee voting; persons age 65 or older. in committee
SB5 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty. dead
SB6 Absentee voting; late applications and in-person voting in certain circumstances. in committee
SB7 Statements of organization; campaign depository account number required. dead
SB8 Absentee voting; prescribed oath for absentee voters. in committee
SB9 Electric utility regulation; suspension of reviews of earnings, transitional rate period. dead
SB10 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. dead
SB11 State Corporation Commission; increases number of members. in committee
SB12 Conflict of Interests Acts, State & Local Gov't, & General Assembly; post-service restrictions. dead
SB13 State Corporation Commission; intervenor compensation. dead
SB14 Service of process; county attorney to be served when actions against county officers, etc. signed by governor
SB15 Virginia-Israel Advisory Board; reorganizes as Virginia-Israel Advisory Authority. stricken
SB16 Security freezes; fees for placing on a consumer's credit report. signed by governor
SB17 Uninsured and underinsured motorist insurance policies; bad faith. passed committee
SB18 Security freezes; fees. incorporated
SB19 Virginia Interim Redistricting Commission; criteria for remedial redistricting plans. dead
SB20 Regulatory reduction pilot program; Department of Planning and Budget to implement, report. signed by governor
SB21 Grand larceny & certain property crimes; increases threshold amount of money taken, etc., to $500. incorporated
SB22 Security freezes; elimination of fees. incorporated
SB23 Health insurance; coverage for limited drug refills. stricken
SB24 Sex offenders in emergency shelters; notification registration. incorporated
SB25 Drug Control Act; dispensing drugs without a prescription. stricken
SB26 Nominating party candidates; certain incumbents to determine method. dead
SB27 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Scholarship Pilot Program; VCCS shall establish, report. dead
SB28 Medical research on dogs and cats; prohibition on use of state funds, civil penalty. signed by governor
SB29 Budget Bill. dead
SB30 Budget Bill. dead
SB31 Interstate 73 Corridor Development Fund and Program; created. dead
SB32 Animal Cruelty Conviction List; established. passed committee
SB33 Marijuana offenses; driver's license forfeiture. in committee
SB34 Police and court records; expungement of deceased person's records. dead
SB35 Sentence reduction; substantial assistance to prosecution. signed by governor
SB36 Weekend jail time; replaces provision limiting nonconsecutive days. signed by governor
SB37 Virginia Grocery Investment Program and Fund; created, report, effective clause. dead
SB38 Security freezes; elimination of fees. incorporated
SB39 Juvenile and domestic relations district court; fee for filing certain petitions. dead
SB40 Marijuana; reduced penalties for distribution or possession with intent to distribute. dead
SB41 Sick leave; use for care of immediate family members. dead
SB42 Banks; loan applicant verification. stricken
SB43 Abused or neglected child; expands definition. stricken
SB44 Kinship Guardianship Assistance program; established. dead
SB45 Hate crimes; disability, civil action, penalty. dead
SB46 Pedestrians; drivers yielding the right-of-way. dead
SB47 Female genital mutilation; increases criminal penalty to Class 2 felony. signed by governor
SB48 Concealed handgun; eligibility to carry openly within Commonwealth. passed committee
SB49 Sex offenders in emergency shelters; notification registration. dead
SB50 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. incorporated
SB51 Income withholding orders; employer's duty to request disclosure. signed by governor
SB52 Juveniles; places of confinement. signed by governor
SB53 Criminal street gang predicate offenses; penalty. in committee
SB54 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; subpoena duces tecum, costs. stricken
SB55 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; disciplinary actions by regulatory boards. dead
SB56 Line of Duty Act; eligible dependents. passed committee
SB57 Obstructing justice and resisting arrest; fleeing from a law-enforcement officer, penalty. signed by governor
SB58 Minimum wage; increases wage from its current federally mandated level. dead
SB59 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; training standards, community engaged policing. in committee
SB60 Tuition Assistance Grant Program; eligible institutions. stricken
SB61 Alcoholic beverage control; creates confectionery license. signed by governor
SB62 Security freezes; elimination of fees. incorporated
SB63 Firearms; control of possession, etc., by localities at lawful demonstrations and protests. incorporated
SB64 Custody and visitation decisions; communication to parties required in writing. in committee
SB65 Presidential candidates; federal tax returns & state income tax returns required for ballot access. dead
SB66 Assault and battery against a family member; child witness as a sentencing consideration. in committee
SB67 Intake process, etc.; statements made by child to an intake officer or probation officer. dead
SB68 Strip searches; authorized search of certain misdemeanants, etc. in committee
SB69 Transient occupancy tax; sunset provision for Arlington County's authority to impose. signed by governor
SB70 Custody and visitation; rights of parents with a disability. in committee
SB71 Service of process; domestic limited liability company. signed by governor
SB72 Electric distribution lines; minimum height upon or over agricultural land. signed by governor
SB73 Overweight permits; vehicles for hauling Virginia-grown farm produce over bridges and culverts. signed by governor
SB74 Handheld personal communications devices; use while driving. dead
SB75 Child support; interest on arrearages. in committee
SB76 Teacher licensure; education preparation programs. signed by governor
SB77 Dual enrollment courses; quality standards, universal transfer course credit. incorporated
SB78 Trust decanting; authorized fiduciary. signed by governor
SB79 Firearms; prohibited at certain preschools and child day centers. dead
SB80 State School Health Advisory Board; established, report. dead
SB81 Landowner liability; educational activity. dead
SB82 Electric utility regulation; agricultural net energy metering. in committee
SB83 Renewable energy; third-party power purchase agreements. in committee
SB84 Fleet vehicles; temporary registration, penalty. signed by governor
SB85 Protective orders, preliminary; contents of order. dead
SB86 Driver's license; driving after forfeiture of license, penalty. dead
SB87 Careless driving; cause of injury to vulnerable road user. dead
SB88 Bicycle lane; penalty for driver to pass another vehicle using lane. dead
SB89 Child abuse or neglect; civil proceedings, testimony of children. signed by governor
SB90 Virginia Casino Gaming Commission; regulation of casino gaming, penalties. dead
SB91 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming, penalties. dead
SB92 Loudoun County; agreements for treasurer to collect and enforce real & personal property taxes. signed by governor
SB93 Parole, eligibility for; at liberty between offenses. in committee
SB94 Police and court records; expungement of records. dead
SB95 Security freezes; protected consumer, proof of authority, signed by governor
SB96 Juvenile sentencing factors; geriatric release of juvenile offenders. dead
SB97 Driving with animal; no person shall operate a moving motor vehicle with an animal on his lap. dead
SB98 Police and court records; expungement of deceased person's records. incorporated
SB99 Hunting dogs; release of dogs near highway. dead
SB100 New sentencing hearing; abolition of parole. dead
SB101 Family life education; age-appropriate elements of effective programs. signed by governor
SB102 Grand larceny & certain property crimes; increases threshold amount of money taken, etc., to $1,500. incorporated
SB103 Teacher licensure; reciprocity, spouses of Armed Forces members. signed by governor
SB104 Reckless driving; raises threshold for speeding. dead
SB105 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount. signed by governor
SB106 Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria. vetoed by governor
SB107 Dual enrollment courses; quality standards, universal transfer course credit. incorporated
SB108 Orders of publication to enforce tax lien; limited-value property. signed by governor
SB109 Dissemination of juvenile record information; emergency medical services agency applicants. signed by governor
SB110 Marijuana field test; evidence at trial. in committee
SB111 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple possession, civil penalty. dead
SB112 Hate crimes; criminal acts against persons because of gender, etc. dead
SB113 Firearms; mechanical devices designed to increase rate of fire, penalty. incorporated
SB114 Absentee voting; no excuse. in committee
SB115 County food and beverage tax; increases maximum tax that any county is authorized to impose. dead
SB116 License plates, special; issuance for members/supporters of Parents Against Bullying organization. in committee
SB117 Value engineering; raises minimum project cost. incorporated
SB118 Dissemination of juvenile record information; emergency medical services agency applicants. incorporated
SB119 Firearms; reporting when lost or stolen. dead
SB120 Virginia Institutions of Higher Education Substance Use Advisory Committee; established. signed by governor
SB121 Child care providers; criminal history background check, sunset and contingency. signed by governor
SB122 Dissemination of juvenile record information; emergency medical services agency applicants. incorporated
SB123 Loudoun County; agreements for treasurer to collect and enforce real and personal property taxes. incorporated
SB124 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; school boards and school board employees. signed by governor
SB125 Value engineering; raises minimum project cost. signed by governor
SB126 Driver education programs; parent/student driver education component. signed by governor
SB127 Chesapeake, City of; amending charter, director of audit services. signed by governor
SB128 TNC partner vehicles; interior trade dress. signed by governor
SB129 Subdivision ordinance; pro rata share of certain road improvements. signed by governor
SB130 Elections; removal and revision of several obsolete elections-related statutes. signed by governor
SB131 Voter registration; notice and public access not required for certain voter registration events. incorporated
SB132 Sales and use tax revenue; distribution to certain localities. stricken
SB133 Abortion; informed written consent. dead
SB134 Hospital licenses, certain; effective date. dead
SB135 Criminal cases; admissibility of prior inconsistent statements. dead
SB136 Absentee voting; no-excuse in-person available 21 days prior to election. in committee
SB137 Fentress Naval Auxiliary Landing Field; notification of appropriation to acquire property rights. signed by governor
SB138 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount. incorporated
SB139 Chesapeake Bay Watershed; imposes a tax on plastic bags provided to customers in certain localities. dead
SB140 Motor vehicle fuels sales tax in certain transportation districts; price floor. incorporated
SB141 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; use of certain revenues by localities. in committee
SB142 Circuit court; failure to appear in accordance with condition of bail, etc. dead
SB143 Mortuary science education; practical experience required. signed by governor
SB144 Form of ballot; party identification of candidates. dead
SB145 Firearm transfers; penalties. incorporated
SB146 Children's Ombudsman, Office of the; created. dead
SB147 Commonwealth Transportation Board; factors for project selection. dead
SB148 Driver's licenses; suspensions for certain non-driving related offenses. incorporated
SB149 Outdoor amphitheater or concert venue; nonsmoking areas, penalty. signed by governor
SB150 Elections; ascertainment of results by the electoral board, write-in votes. signed by governor
SB151 General registrar; office open five days a week. incorporated
SB152 General registrars; assistants, full-time status. signed by governor
SB153 Independent candidates; clarification of definition of 'time of filing for the office.' signed by governor
SB154 Administrative Process Act; hearing officers, timely decisions. signed by governor
SB155 Firearms; chambers of local governing bodies. dead
SB156 Guardians, licensed physician, etc.; annual reports. passed committee
SB157 Grand larceny & certain property crimes; increases threshold amount of money taken, etc., to $500. incorporated
SB158 Medical assistance; eligibility for state plan. incorporated
SB159 Medical services; Commonwealth's lien for payment, limitations. dead
SB160 Language development for children who are deaf or hard of hearing; assessment resources. in committee
SB161 Medicare; supplement policies for individuals under age 65. dead
SB162 Marketplace Virginia; created. dead
SB163 Historical African American cemeteries and graves; adds cemetery at Belmont in Loudoun County. signed by governor
SB164 Absentee voting; persons age 65 or older. in committee
SB165 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification. dead
SB166 Telecommunications; Dept. of Historic Resources to convene work group to examine Sect. 106 review. dead
SB167 Discovery in criminal cases; duty to provide. in committee
SB168 Electronic transmission of nude or partially nude images of minors by minors; penalty. dead
SB169 Public schools; robotics team competition program. dead
SB170 Public schools; student discipline. signed by governor
SB171 Henrietta Lacks Commission; established. signed by governor
SB172 Education Improvement Scholarships tax credits; pre-kindergarten eligibility. dead
SB173 Consumer fireworks; regulation of the sale and use, criminal and civil penalties. passed committee
SB174 Alcoholic beverage control; wine wholesaler, primary area of responsibility. signed by governor
SB175 Dogs or cats; public animal shelters required to notify intent to euthanize. in committee
SB176 Life insurance policies; claims of creditors. signed by governor
SB177 Revolutionary War cemeteries and graves; disbursement of appropriated sums to maintain. signed by governor
SB178 Parental or legal custodial powers, temporary delegation of; child-placing agency. passed committee
SB179 Comprehensive plan; solar facilities. signed by governor
SB180 Acceptability of electronic medium; record of criminal proceedings to appellate court. signed by governor
SB181 Driver's license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. dead
SB182 Child abuse or neglect; extension of hearings to review findings by local depts. of social services. dead
SB183 Child abuse and neglect; notice of founded reports to Superintendent of Public Instruction. signed by governor
SB184 Child abuse and neglect; founded reports regarding former school employees. signed by governor
SB185 Highways; localities may rename. dead
SB186 Unmanned aircraft by a locality; search warrant, exception. signed by governor
SB187 Zoning; violation penalties. dead
SB188 Virginia Public Procurement Act; competitive negotiation for professional services. dead
SB189 Telecommunications; Dept. of Historic Resources to convene work group to examine Sect. 106 review. incorporated
SB190 Substitute teachers; duration of teaching period. stricken
SB191 Net energy metering; eligibility limits. dead
SB192 Virginia Lottery; interception of lottery prizes. dead
SB193 Plastic shopping bags, disposable; local option to distribute to consumers. in committee
SB194 Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; manufactured home park, notice to sell park, penalties. dead
SB195 Virginia Residential Rent-to-Own Real Estate Contracts Act; created. dead
SB196 Law-enforcement officers; CJSB to adopt statewide professional standards of conduct. dead
SB197 Landlord and tenant law; notice requirements, landlord's acceptance of rent with reservation. signed by governor
SB198 Historical African American cemeteries and graves; adds Mt. Calvary Cemetery in City of Portsmouth. signed by governor
SB199 Rights of persons with disabilities; procedures for certain actions, notice & opportunity to cure. dead
SB200 Local government taxing authority; equalizes municipal and county taxing authority. dead
SB201 Hospitals; regulations governing, facilities performing abortions. dead
SB202 Public employment; prohibits discrimination on basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. dead
SB203 Food stamp eligibility; drug-related felonies. dead
SB204 TANF; eligibility, person who refuses to participate in periodic drug testing, drug-related felony. dead
SB205 Children's Services Act; special education programs, expands eligibility for services. dead
SB206 Speed limits; maximum speed on certain highways. incorporated
SB207 Statewide prioritization process project selection; cost of project to be considered. in committee
SB208 Impact fees; residential development. in committee
SB209 Concealed handgun permits; sharing of information. in committee
SB210 Virginia State Bar; Clients' Protection Fund, extends sunset provision. signed by governor
SB211 Comprehensive plans; groundwater and surface water. signed by governor
SB212 Animal Cruelty Conviction List; established. incorporated
SB213 Aircraft, public; definition. signed by governor
SB214 Purse net fishing; prohibited, civil penalty. dead
SB215 Concealed handguns; renewal of permits, notice of expiration. in committee
SB216 Aerospace and Aviation; appointment of Managing Director. stricken
SB217 Sale of dog or cat not obtained from releasing agency or animal rescue; prohibition. in committee
SB218 Recycling; clarifies definitions of beneficial use and recycling center, etc. signed by governor
SB219 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for flooding remediation, abatement, etc. signed by governor
SB220 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount. incorporated
SB221 Grand larceny & certain property crimes; increases threshold amount of money taken, etc., to $500. incorporated
SB222 Patients; medically or ethically inappropriate care not required. signed by governor
SB223 Prescription drugs; price gouging prohibited. dead
SB224 Release of seized property; petition to stay release. passed committee
SB225 Patient-Centered Medical Home Advisory Council; DBHDS shall establish a pilot program. dead
SB226 Prescription Monitoring Program; veterinarians. signed by governor
SB227 New College Institute; powers and duties of board of directors. signed by governor
SB228 Real estate taxes; clarifies when amount of taxes deferred pursuant to a local ordinance become due. signed by governor
SB229 School bus personnel; training program on autism spectrum disorders. signed by governor
SB230 Commonwealth's tax system; conformity with federal law, emergency. enacted
SB231 Capital outlay plan; updates six-year plan for projects. dead
SB232 Commonwealth of Virginia Institutions of Higher Education Bond Act of 2018; created. signed by governor
SB233 Alcoholic beverage control; point-of-sale advertising limit. stricken
SB234 Autism Advisory Council; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
SB235 Certificate of public need; establishment of new ambulatory surgery center in Hampton Roads. incorporated
SB236 Certificate of public need; establishing new ambulatory surgery center in Hampton Roads. stricken
SB237 Tuition, in-state; domicile, individuals currently granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. dead
SB238 Students; collection of demographic data, designation of race or ethnicity. signed by governor
SB239 Juvenile offenders; eligibility for parole. incorporated
SB240 Minimum wage; increases to $8.00 per hour effective July 1, 2018. incorporated
SB241 Va. Public Procurement Act; local labor use requirement for certain construction contracts. dead
SB242 Park authority; immunity from liability in any civil action. dead
SB243 Virginia Veterans Recovery Grant Program and Fund; established, report. passed committee
SB244 Banks; authorized to operate a branch office under a different name. signed by governor
SB245 Conversion therapy; prohibited by certain health care providers. dead
SB246 Insurance agents; licensing requirements. signed by governor
SB247 Hemp, industrial; research programs. signed by governor
SB248 Virginia Retirement System; technical amendments. signed by governor
SB249 All-terrain vehicles (ATVs), mopeds, and off-road motorcycles; taxation. enacted
SB250 Towing advisory boards; appointment prior to entering into contract regarding regulations. stricken
SB251 Minimum wage; increases to $10.00 per hour effective July 1, 2018, etc. incorporated
SB252 Public employment; inquiries by state agencies and localities regarding criminal convictions. dead
SB253 Unclaimed property; deposits and funds with financial institutions, charges and interest. signed by governor
SB254 Absentee voting; no excuse required when voting in person. in committee
SB255 License taxes; interest rate for certain refunds. in committee
SB256 Norfolk, City of; amending charter, appointment of officers, record of ordinances, etc. signed by governor
SB257 Teachers; extension of three-year provisional licenses. incorporated
SB258 Subpoenas; issuance by Director of Department of Health Professions or his designee. signed by governor
SB259 Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; eligibility. passed committee
SB260 Banks; stock ownership by directors. signed by governor
SB261 Standards of Quality; staffing requirements, librarians and clerical personnel. dead
SB262 Adoption; leave benefit. dead
SB263 Form of ballot; party identification of candidates. incorporated
SB264 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act of 2006; electronic filing for local or constitutional office. signed by governor
SB265 Coastal Adaptation and Protection, Special Assistant to the Governor for; position created. signed by governor
SB266 Certificate of public need; establishment of certain surgery centers, etc. dead
SB267 Sexually violent predators; evidence-based assessment protocol. enacted
SB268 Personal property tax; computer equipment and peripherals used in data centers. signed by governor
SB269 Medicare patients; patient notice of observation or outpatient status. signed by governor
SB270 School property; unrecorded encumbrances. dead
SB271 Income tax return; notification of data breach, taxpayer identity information. signed by governor
SB272 Construction Trust Act; moneys paid under a contract by an owner to a contractor. in committee
SB273 Public schools; instructional time for elementary school. signed by governor
SB274 Public schools; increases kindergarten instructional time. dead
SB275 Distracted driving; penalty. dead
SB276 Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk, penalties. dead
SB277 Absentee voting; persons age 65 or older. in committee
SB278 Eminent domain proceedings; distribution of funds to owner or owner's attorney. enacted
SB279 Administrative Process Act; exemption for certain regulations of the Board of Accountancy. signed by governor
SB280 Lease-option real estate contracts; requirements of the owner, default. dead
SB281 Medicare patients; patient notice of observation or outpatient status. incorporated
SB282 Medical assistance; eligibility for state plan. incorporated
SB283 Fiber optics and other communications infrastructure; identifying during road construction projects. stricken
SB284 Electric utilities; solar generation capacity, public interest. stricken
SB285 Utility rates; voluntary rate design schedules or riders. stricken
SB286 Landlord and tenant law; transient lodging as primary residence. signed by governor
SB287 Statewide Trauma Registry; spinal cord injuries. signed by governor
SB288 Firearms; reporting when lost or stolen. incorporated
SB289 Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; public documents, redactions. in committee
SB290 Affordable dwelling unit ordinances; program to address housing needs. dead
SB291 Motor Vehicles, Department of; electronic services. signed by governor
SB292 Abortion; funding in cases of rape or incest. dead
SB293 Controlled substances and devices, certain; Board of Pharmacy may issue limited license to dispense. dead
SB294 Administrative Process Act; exemption for certain regulations of Dept. of Veterans Services. signed by governor
SB295 Roanoke Higher Education Authority; board of trustees, membership. signed by governor
SB296 Prisoners; medical and mental health treatment of those incapable of giving consent. stricken
SB297 Communications companies; incentives, provision of wireless broadband services. dead
SB298 Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; deadline extensions. signed by governor
SB299 Taxation, Department of; reports on sales and use tax exemptions. in committee
SB300 School calendar; opening day of school year. incorporated
SB301 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; school boards and school board employees. incorporated
SB302 School Divisions of Innovation; performance-based assessments. dead
SB303 Public schools; policy to prohibit tobacco products and nicotine vapor products. dead
SB304 Emergency medical services vehicles; temporary permit. signed by governor
SB305 Cognitive impairment; VDH to include certain information in its public health outreach programs. signed by governor
SB306 Alcoholic beverage control; sales by brewery on licensed premises. signed by governor
SB307 Unmanned aircraft systems; work group to explore issues related system activities. signed by governor
SB308 Driving under the influence of alcohol; highways. dead
SB309 Death certificates; medical certification, electronic filing, hospice. enacted
SB310 Medical Assistance Services, Department of; eligibility for services under waiver. signed by governor
SB311 Community solar gardens; SCC to establish standards for operation. in committee
SB312 Cooperative procurement of professional services; construction, solar power purchase agreements. dead
SB313 Community solar generation; establishment of facilities. in committee
SB314 Personal property tax; definition of agricultural products. signed by governor
SB315 Hearing aid specialists; exemptions for the sale of hearing aids. signed by governor
SB316 General Services, Department of; disposition of surplus materials. stricken
SB317 Public procurement; contracting for construction on a construction management basis. in committee
SB318 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; implementation of certification programs. dead
SB319 Contractors, general; waiver or diminishment of lien rights, subordination of lien rights. signed by governor
SB320 Virginia National Guard; reversion of donated property. signed by governor
SB321 Virginia Retirement System; health insurance credits for retired state employees. dead
SB322 Redistricting; split precincts prohibited. incorporated
SB323 Virginia Independent Redistricting Review Commission; established. in committee
SB324 Natural gas companies; right of entry upon property. dead
SB325 Veterans Services, Department of; oversight of Department. signed by governor
SB326 Towing advisory boards; appointment prior to entering into contract regarding regulations. stricken
SB327 Cognitive impairment; VDH to include certain information in its public health outreach programs. incorporated
SB328 Common Interest Community Board; disclosure packets, registration of associations. signed by governor
SB329 Opioids; location of clinics for treatment of addiction in Henrico County or City of Richmond. signed by governor
SB330 THC-A oil; dispensing, tetrahydrocannabinol levels. signed by governor
SB331 Voter registration; verification of social security numbers, provisional registration status. dead
SB332 Retail Sales and Use Tax; agricultural exemptions. signed by governor
SB333 Hemp, industrial; removes all restrictions on production, etc. incorporated
SB334 Underage alcohol possession, etc.; expungement of certain offenses. dead
SB335 Income tax, state; increases deduction for personal exemptions. dead
SB336 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; right to speak at open meetings. dead
SB337 Autism, Commission on; established. incorporated
SB338 Firearms; certain persons allowed to carry into courthouses. dead
SB339 Criminal cases; deferred disposition. dead
SB340 Virginia Water Quality Improvement Fund; publicly owned treatment works, nutrient reduction. signed by governor
SB341 Commission of crimes; forfeiture of property used in connection with crimes. dead
SB342 Jails, local; compensation for costs of incarceration. dead
SB343 School boards; permitted to employ certain individuals. enacted
SB344 Sewerage systems; state adoption of federal criteria. signed by governor
SB345 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; school boards and school board employees. incorporated
SB346 Fire Programs Fund; use of funds. signed by governor
SB347 Statewide cancer registry; collection of data on exposure to fire incidents and cancer incidence. signed by governor
SB348 Virginia Lottery; digital vendors. dead
SB349 Teacher licensure; requirements for license, provisional license, etc. signed by governor
SB350 Concealed handgun permit; extends expiration date. passed committee
SB351 Firearms in locked vehicles; immunity from liability. in committee
SB352 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. passed committee
SB353 White Oak Technology Park; conveyance of property in Henrico County. signed by governor
SB354 Certificate of public need; establishing new ambulatory surgery center in Planning District 15. incorporated
SB355 Richmond, City of; designates areas that constitute service territory for natural gas utility. in committee
SB356 Richmond, City of; amending charter, creates office of the inspector general. signed by governor
SB357 Death certificates; electronic filing required. in subcommittee
SB358 Voter registration; notice and public access not required for certain voter registration events. dead
SB359 Driver education courses; instructor qualifications. signed by governor
SB360 Firearms, etc.; permitted events. dead
SB361 Norfolk, City of; eliminates cap on salaries of appointed members of school board. signed by governor
SB362 Qualified education loan servicers; person must obtain license from State Corporation Commission. dead
SB363 Delegate Lacey E. Putney Memorial Highway; designating certain portion of U.S. Route 221. signed by governor
SB364 Motor vehicle liability insurance; increases minimum liability coverage amount. in committee
SB365 Certificate of public need; establishing a new ambulatory surgery center in Hampton Roads. incorporated
SB366 School personnel; staffing ratios, school nurses. in committee
SB367 Stormwater; localities to provide for partial waiver of service charges for management at airports. in committee
SB368 Education preparation programs; reading specialists, dyslexia. signed by governor
SB369 All-Payer Claims Database; participation by certain insurers. incorporated
SB370 Prescription drugs; delivery of orders. in subcommittee
SB371 Parks, local; waterway activities, liability. signed by governor
SB372 Place of religious worship; carrying dangerous weapon. dead
SB373 Higher education; prohibits any percentage increase in in-state tuition for undergraduate students. in subcommittee
SB374 Cattle Industry Board; assessment from sale of cattle. signed by governor
SB375 Hunting with the assistance of dogs; hunting or killing raccoons on Sunday. signed by governor
SB376 Income tax, state; modifying restrictions related to entities. signed by governor
SB377 Higher educational institutions, public; tuition increase, etc. incorporated
SB378 Coalfield employment enhancement tax credit; metallurgical coal mined by underground methods. signed by governor
SB379 General registrar; all county and city offices open five days a week. signed by governor
SB380 Personal injury; loss of consortium claims by certain relatives. in committee
SB381 School buses; passing while stopped, injury to another person, penalty. dead
SB382 Alcoholic beverage control; delivery of wine or beer to retail licensee, wholesaler requirement. signed by governor
SB383 Tourism Development Authority; reorganizes Authority. signed by governor
SB384 Fiber optics and other communications infrastructure; identifying during road construction projects. dead
SB385 Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty. dead
SB386 Va. Public Procurement Act; SWaM program, participation of service disabled veteran-owned business. signed by governor
SB387 Corporations; annual reports. signed by governor
SB388 Virginia Life, Accident and Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association; board of directors. signed by governor
SB389 Substance-exposed infants; plan for services, report. signed by governor
SB390 Taxation; makes numerous changes to the Commonwealth's tax structure. dead
SB391 Housing; installation and maintenance of smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in rental property. signed by governor
SB392 Involuntary commitment of a juvenile; notification of parents. signed by governor
SB393 Motor vehicle fuels; sales tax in certain areas of the Commonwealth, price floor. incorporated
SB394 Qualified Education Loan Ombudsman, Office of the; established, report. signed by governor
SB395 Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; awards for injuries. stricken
SB396 Libraries, local and regional; boards not mandatory in Caroline County. signed by governor
SB397 Hampton Roads Coastal Resiliency Authority; created, report. dead
SB398 Driving under influence of alcohol; conviction of fourth offense, penalty. dead
SB399 Drug overdose fatality review teams, local or regional; localities to establish. signed by governor
SB400 Constitutional amendment; special funds for transportation purposes. stricken
SB401 Sixth grade science; Department of Education, et al., shall update curriculum. dead
SB402 Driving under influence of alcohol; secure transdermal alcohol monitoring. dead
SB403 Marijuana possession, etc.; expungement of certain charges and convictions. dead
SB404 Biennial appropriations; changes appropriations to start July 1 in an odd-numbered year, etc. dead
SB405 Wireless communications infrastructure; zoning. enacted
SB406 Unclaimed personal property; disposal of property in possession of the Division of Capitol Police. signed by governor
SB407 Government Data Collection & Dissemination Practices Act; exemption for Division of Capitol Police. signed by governor
SB408 Hashish oil; definition. dead
SB409 Teacher licensure; waiver of professional teacher assessments. incorporated
SB410 Law-enforcement vehicles; vehicles equipped with steady-burning blue or red warning lights. signed by governor
SB411 Higher Education; governing boards, appointment. signed by governor
SB412 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty. incorporated
SB413 Schedule VI; delivery of prescription devices on behalf of medical equipment supplier. signed by governor
SB414 Micro Market Act; registration required for operation of micro markets, effective clause. passed committee
SB415 Jurisdiction of claim; plaintiff's motion to amend claim amount, transfer of matter. in committee
SB416 Venue in criminal cases; concurrent jurisdiction, obsolete provisions. dead
SB417 Community health worker; VDH to approve one or more entities to certify workers in the Commonwealth. dead
SB418 Public safety answering points (PSAP); deployment of text-to-9-1-1. signed by governor
SB419 Discriminating between employees on the basis of sex; payment of wages. passed committee
SB420 Witness testimony; accompanied by certified facility dogs. signed by governor
SB421 Paid medical leave; private employers with 50 or more employees to give to each full-time employee. dead
SB422 Foreclosure; notice of sale when owner is deceased. signed by governor
SB423 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. dead
SB424 Virginia Gaming Commission; established. dead
SB425 Family life education; child sexual abuse. incorporated
SB426 Victims of domestic violence; clerk of court shall make certain information available to petitioner. signed by governor
SB427 Redistricting process; new method for preparation of state legislative & congressional plans. dead
SB428 Accountants, public; issuance, renewal, and reinstatement of licenses. signed by governor
SB429 Solar facilities; local regulation. signed by governor
SB430 Real property tax; disabled veterans. signed by governor
SB431 License plates, special; I SUPPORT WOMEN VETERANS. in committee
SB432 Firearms, transfer of; criminal history record information check, penalties. incorporated
SB433 Firearms; reporting when lost or stolen, civil penalty. incorporated
SB434 Convicted felons; restoration of firearms rights. dead
SB435 Higher educational institutions, public; primary duties of members of governing boards. dead
SB436 Schedule I drugs; classification for fentanyl derivatives. passed committee
SB437 School Divisions of Innovation; performance-based assessments. incorporated
SB438 Virginia Student Loan Refinancing Authority; established, report. dead
SB439 Student Loan Ombudsman, Office of the; established, report. incorporated
SB440 School boards, local; prior authorization for legal action. dead
SB441 School zones; use of certain devices by drivers prohibited. incorporated
SB442 Firearms; allowing access to children, penalty. dead
SB443 Common Interest Community Board; developer may obtain surety bond or letter of credit. signed by governor
SB444 War veterans; removal, relocation, etc., of monuments. dead
SB445 Philanthropy and Social Innovation, Advisory Board on; established, report. dead
SB446 License plates, special; Va. FFA. signed by governor
SB447 Firearms; transfers, etc., penalties. incorporated
SB448 Abandoned schools; creation of revitalization zones. signed by governor
SB449 Newborn screening; screening for Pompe disease, etc. signed by governor
SB450 Battlefields; entry into an agreement to transfer certain easements. signed by governor
SB451 Local government; authority to require abatement of criminal blight on real property. signed by governor
SB452 Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements. dead
SB453 Absentee voting; persons age 65 or older. in committee
SB454 Inoperable vehicles; James City County authorized to prohibit any person from keeping, etc. dead
SB455 Opioid addiction; clinics for treatment. incorporated
SB456 School personnel survey; Superintendent of Public Instruction to develop & make available annually. dead
SB457 Victim telephone numbers and email addresses; confidentiality of information in criminal cases. signed by governor
SB458 Conditional proffers; public facility capacity, previously approved residential developments. in committee
SB459 Governor's Secretaries; reporting substance abuse data and information. incorporated
SB460 Home inspectors; assertion as to presence or absence of radon. dead
SB461 Direct service providers; disclosure of information by employers. passed committee
SB462 Virginia National Guard; education grants for members. dead
SB463 Drug crimes; disposition of forfeited property used in connection with the commission of crimes. in committee
SB464 Opioids; licensed providers of treatment for persons with addiction. dead
SB465 U.S. Armed Forces & Va. Nat'l Guard; malicious bodily injury to or pointing of laser at members. dead
SB466 Speed limits, maximum; certain highways. signed by governor
SB467 Alcoholic beverage control; creates a new limited mixed beverage license for retail cigar shops. dead
SB468 Line of Duty Act; death benefit eligibility, Department of Military Affairs employees. in committee
SB469 Conditional zoning; removes restrictions on types of proffers a locality may request or accept. stricken
SB470 Rabbits; raising and processing for sale, exemption from certain inspections. signed by governor
SB471 MMIE projects; Virginia Public Building Authority to finance or assist. dead
SB472 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount. incorporated
SB473 Income tax, state; subtraction for military veterans with a service-connected disability. dead
SB474 Elections; status of officers of election. signed by governor
SB475 Search warrant for a tracking device; delivery of affidavit. signed by governor
SB476 School principals; incident reports. in subcommittee
SB477 Spotsylvania and Orange, Counties of; boundary agreement, attachment of GIS map to petitions. signed by governor
SB478 Contractors; work without valid Va. license, prohibited acts. signed by governor
SB479 Firearms; use or display during commission of a felony, killing or injuring police animals. dead
SB480 Income tax, state; phased-in subtraction of military retirement income. dead
SB481 Nonsuits; recommencement of action. in committee
SB482 Alcoholic beverage control; increases amount of spirits that may be offered. stricken
SB483 Alcoholic beverage control; distiller's license, remote store location and tasting room. stricken
SB484 Alcoholic beverage control; distiller licensee, commission for sales on licensed premises. stricken
SB485 Izaak Walton League of America, Norfolk Chapter of; exempt from taxation. signed by governor
SB486 Alcoholic beverage control; distiller licensee, samples, etc. signed by governor
SB487 Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act; raises civil penalties in Act. signed by governor
SB488 Virginia Fire Services Board; powers and duties. dead
SB489 Capitol Square Preservation Council; changes title of the chief officer. signed by governor
SB490 Pocahontas Building; temporary General Assembly Building. signed by governor
SB491 Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments. dead
SB492 Towing; increases maximum hookup and initial towing fee of any passenger car. signed by governor
SB493 Higher educational institutions, public; valid concealed handgun permit holders. dead
SB494 Line of Duty Act; health insurance coverage for eligible spouses. in committee
SB495 Deputy Sheriff Supplemental Salary Fund; created, revenue source. in committee
SB496 Off-road recreational vehicles; increases highway speed limit. signed by governor
SB497 Public places; disorderly conduct, right of person in charge to detain. in committee
SB498 Law-enforcement officers, local; retirement benefit, participation by certain political subdivision. in committee
SB499 Conservation easements; validity, termination. in committee
SB500 Jurisdiction; offenses against children. dead
SB501 Admissions tax; Wythe County authorized to impose tax. signed by governor
SB502 Virginia Public Procurement Act; State Police, exemption for purchase of aviation equipment. in committee
SB503 Admissions tax; Washington County authorized to impose. signed by governor
SB504 VDOT; review of enrollment in federal pilot program or project. signed by governor
SB505 Doctorate of medical science; establishes requirements for licensure and practice. in subcommittee
SB506 Children's residential facilities; operated or conducted under auspices of a religious institute. signed by governor
SB507 Stormwater management regulations; localities outside Chesapeake Bay watershed. dead
SB508 Unmanned aircraft systems; use by Department of State Police and Department of Transportation. signed by governor
SB509 Handheld photo speed monitoring devices; State Police may operate a device in or around work zones. dead
SB510 Cigarette tax; counties authorized to hold referendum. in committee
SB511 Optometry; scope of practice. signed by governor
SB512 FOIA; student addresses, telephone numbers, and email addresses. signed by governor
SB513 Enhanced Public Safety Telephone Services Act; implementation of 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) services. signed by governor
SB514 Real Estate Board; powers and duties, escrow funds. signed by governor
SB515 License plates, special; Virginia Realtors. signed by governor
SB516 Public schools; Board of Education to establish regional charter school divisions. passed committee
SB517 False and fraudulent insurance claims; civil penalties and damages. stricken
SB518 Neighborhood assistance tax credits; value of credit. dead
SB519 Case management system; public accessibility. incorporated
SB520 Nonagricultural irrigation wells; prohibited outside surficial aquifer. dead
SB521 Registered voters and persons voting; reports of persons voting at elections. vetoed by governor
SB522 Election district boundaries; counties and cities not to split precincts, etc. incorporated
SB523 Voter identification; electronic pollbooks to contain photographs of voters, effective clause. dead
SB524 Electronic case papers; transmission between district and circuit courts. signed by governor
SB525 Judges; maximum number in each judicial district and circuit. signed by governor
SB526 Trespass; use of an unmanned aircraft system, penalty. signed by governor
SB527 County food and beverage tax; increases maximum tax that any county is authorized to impose. incorporated
SB528 Real Estate Board; licensees may assist in translation of real estate documents. signed by governor
SB529 Contractors, Board for; prerequisites to obtaining a building permit. signed by governor
SB530 Breweries, wineries, and distilleries; regulations to qualify for an attraction sign. stricken
SB531 Accelerated refund program; Department of Taxation shall reestablish. signed by governor
SB532 Display or parking of used motor vehicles for sale; penalty. signed by governor
SB533 Computer trespass; expands crime, monitoring location of a minor, etc., by parent or legal guardian. dead
SB534 Voter referendum; independent redistricting commission. dead
SB535 Personal injury claim; disclosure of insurance policy limits. signed by governor
SB536 Medicare, Medicaid, and CHIP; duty of in-network providers to submit claims. signed by governor
SB537 Computation of composite index; land-use assessment value. passed committee
SB538 Courthouses; expansion to contiguous land. signed by governor
SB539 Child day programs; exemptions from licensure, removes certain programs from list. signed by governor
SB540 Spousal support; modification when person reaches retirement age. signed by governor
SB541 Involuntary manslaughter; death of a fetus, penalty. passed committee
SB542 Surplus lines insurance; establishes criteria for SCC licensing of domestic surplus line insurers. signed by governor
SB543 Adult protective services; emergency order, temporary conservator. signed by governor
SB544 Prescription drugs; donation of used medicines. signed by governor
SB545 Court reporters or court reporting services provider; prohibited actions, civil penalties. signed by governor
SB546 Broadway, Town of; amending charter, November municipal elections. signed by governor
SB547 Transient occupancy tax; eligible historic lodging properties. signed by governor
SB548 Teachers; extension of three-year provisional licenses. incorporated
SB549 Teacher licensure by reciprocity; grace period. incorporated
SB550 Front Royal, Town of; amending charter, extensive updates to outdated provisions and references. signed by governor
SB551 Teachers; prerequisites for licensure or renewal of license. incorporated
SB552 Crab pots and peeler pots; marine-biodegradable escape panels, penalty. dead
SB553 Education improvement scholarships tax credits; expands eligibility, payout penalty. incorporated
SB554 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; installation or use of landscaping cover materials. stricken
SB555 Barrier crimes; adult substance abuse and mental health treatment providers. signed by governor
SB556 General registrars; residency requirement, exemption for counties or cities. signed by governor
SB557 School bus operators; classroom and behind-the-wheel training. signed by governor
SB558 Teachers; provisional licensure, grace period. incorporated
SB559 Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act; secure return of voted military-overseas ballots. dead
SB560 Long-Term Employment Support and Extended Employment Services; assisting persons with disabilities. signed by governor
SB561 Interstate 81; pilot program for right lane restrictions for tractor trucks. in committee
SB562 Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; restitution owed to victims. signed by governor
SB563 Unlawful creation of image of another; incapacitated adult, penalty. dead
SB564 Nonconfidential court records; clerk of court shall make records available to public upon request. signed by governor
SB565 DNA; analysis upon conviction of certain misdemeanors. signed by governor
SB566 Arrests; law-enforcement agency to report, etc. signed by governor
SB567 Agricultural operations; nuisance. signed by governor
SB568 Higher educational institutions, public; federal student loan information. signed by governor
SB569 Contractors, Board for; exemption from licensure certain students. signed by governor
SB570 Virginia National Guard; members eligible for in-state tuition. dead
SB571 Animal bite history; disclosure of information. signed by governor
SB572 Medical assistance services; State Board of Medical Assistance Services to include in state plan. dead
SB573 Green job creation tax credit; extends sunset provision through taxable year 2020. signed by governor
SB574 Step therapy protocols; health benefits, disclosure of information. passed committee
SB575 Vehicle registration; extension for satisfaction of certain requirements. signed by governor
SB576 Stream restoration; standards and specifications. signed by governor
SB577 Higher education; increase of in-state tuition. incorporated
SB578 Drivers' license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. in committee
SB579 Tax credits related to education; aggregate cap. dead
SB580 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; amends Act to facilitate sharing data. signed by governor
SB581 Health insurance plans; preauthorization for drug benefits. dead
SB582 Open-space land; increases threshold for substitution of real property when land is converted, etc. dead
SB583 Western Virginia Transportation Fund; created. in subcommittee
SB584 Va. Public Procurement Act; establishes service disabled veteran businesses. dead
SB585 Chesapeake Bay Restoration Fund; created, Advisory Committee. signed by governor
SB586 Antique motor vehicles; exhaust system excluded from certain requirement. signed by governor
SB587 Caledon State Park; DCR to convey certain property. signed by governor
SB588 Alcoholic beverage control; annual mixed beverage special events licenses for museums. signed by governor
SB589 Election day page program; local electoral board may conduct program for high school students. signed by governor
SB590 Scope of discovery; deposing certain corporate officers. in committee
SB591 Post-election audits; definition. passed subcommittee
SB592 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use, penalty. in committee
SB593 Health insurance; coverage for autism spectrum disorder. dead
SB594 Middleburg, Town of; amending charter, town council may levy a tax on business personal property. signed by governor
SB595 Concealed handguns; protective orders. in committee
SB596 Victims of domestic violence, etc.; firearms safety or training course. in committee
SB597 Marijuana; possession or distribution for medical purposes. incorporated
SB598 Virginia Interim Redistricting Commission; criteria for remedial redistricting plans. incorporated
SB599 Hemp, industrial; Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services to create a license to grow. incorporated
SB600 Distracted driving; penalty. in committee
SB601 Trespass towing; exempts Planning District 16 from certain requirements. signed by governor
SB602 Absentee voting; no-excuse in-person available 21 days prior to election. in committee
SB603 Same-sex marriage; gender-neutral terms. in committee
SB604 Absentee voting; certain absentee voters permitted to vote after close of absentee voting location. in committee
SB605 School boards, local, etc.; prohibits assisting person for new job if engaged in misconduct w/minor. signed by governor
SB606 Immigrant Assistance, Office of; created. dead
SB607 Electronic transmission of sexually explicit images by minors; penalties. incorporated
SB608 Police and court records; expungement, plea agreements. dead
SB609 Juvenile offenders; Retention of jurisdiction. signed by governor
SB610 Adultery; reduces Class 4 misdemeanor to a civil penalty. dead
SB611 Motor vehicles; increases liability insurance coverage limits. incorporated
SB612 Assisted conception; parentage presumption. dead
SB613 Local government; deposition. in committee
SB614 Spousal support; modification. signed by governor
SB615 Spousal support payments; employer withholding. signed by governor
SB616 Waiver of immunity; persons covered by insurance policy. dead
SB617 Statute of limitations; discovery rule. dead
SB618 Expert witnesses; no fees shall be charged by government officer and employees. stricken
SB619 Virginia Human Rights Act; limitations on causes of action. stricken
SB620 Arbitration; denial of motion to compel. dead
SB621 Driver privilege cards; authorizes issuance of new cards by DMV. dead
SB622 Local transportation plan; secondary system road construction program allocation. signed by governor
SB623 Electronic Routing Registry; created. dead
SB624 Va. Consumer Protection Act; open-end credit plans. dead
SB625 Consumer finance companies; licensing by SCC. dead
SB626 Life insurance on minors; consent of parents. dead
SB627 Home inspection servicers; certain contract provisions prohibited. dead
SB628 Notaries; qualifications, misdemeanor offense of moral turpitude. dead
SB629 State Corporation Commission; disclosures of information provided by financial institutions. dead
SB630 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; civil penalty. dead
SB631 Virginia Community College System; changes to ensure a standard quality of education. signed by governor
SB632 Controlled substances; limits on prescriptions containing opioids. signed by governor
SB633 Auditor of Public Accounts; employee compensation information. signed by governor
SB634 All-Payer Claims Database; participation by certain insurance. in subcommittee
SB635 Prescribers; notice of administration of naloxone. stricken
SB636 Kinship Guardianship Assistance program; established. signed by governor
SB637 Virginia Longitudinal Data System; workforce data. signed by governor
SB638 Virginia Community College System; renamed Virginia College System. dead
SB639 Health care shared savings; incentive programs. passed committee
SB640 Billboards; relocation of certain signs. stricken
SB641 Firearms; purchase, etc., by persons admitted to an inpatient mental health facility. in committee
SB642 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. passed committee
SB643 Transportation, Department of; electronic toll collection device fees or exchange. signed by governor
SB644 DNA sample after arrest; certain misdemeanors. dead
SB645 Marijuana possession, etc.; expungement of certain charges and convictions. incorporated
SB646 Electric utilities; fuel cost recovery, contracts for natural gas pipeline capacity. dead
SB647 Alcoholic beverage control; applications for licenses, removes certain requirement. signed by governor
SB648 Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; manufactured home park, notice to sell park, penalties. incorporated
SB649 Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; penalties for violation. dead
SB650 Virginia Public Procurement Act; local preference for businesses participating in Va. Registered. dead
SB651 Va. Public Procurement Act; executive branch agency's goals for participation by small businesses. signed by governor
SB652 People with Severe Disabilities, Board for Purchases of Services from; established. signed by governor
SB653 Dangerous weapons; place of religious worship. dead
SB654 Virginia Health Club Act; automated external defibrillator required in health clubs. dead
SB655 Appraisal management companies; cap on fees, disclosure. stricken
SB656 Virginia College Savings Plan; members of governing board to disclose personal interests, etc. dead
SB657 Va. FOIA; exclusion of information related to Va. Commercial Space Flight Authority. signed by governor
SB658 Literary Fund; application for loans by regional and joint schools. signed by governor
SB659 Security freezes; elimination of fees. incorporated
SB660 Youth Employment Solutions apprenticeship program; feasibility of implementation. dead
SB661 Wages; removes exemptions that exclude newsboys, shoe shine boys, etc., from Va. Minimum Wage Act. dead
SB662 Electric utilities; competition. in subcommittee
SB663 Air medical transportation; informed decision. signed by governor
SB664 Graduation requirements; clock hours. signed by governor
SB665 Firearms, certain; prohibited public carrying, penalty. dead
SB666 Impersonating certain public safety personnel; military members, penalty. dead
SB667 Public assembly; regulation of attire. dead
SB668 Firearms; localities regulation in government buildings. dead
SB669 Involuntary mental health treatment; minors, access to firearms. enacted
SB670 Mental health awareness; training for firefighters and emergency medical services personnel. signed by governor
SB671 Health carriers; participation in health benefit exchange, requirement for conducting activities. incorporated
SB672 Health insurance; small employers, self-employed persons. signed by governor
SB673 Emergency custody; extension of period of detention. signed by governor
SB674 Election day voter registration; State Board of Elections to develop a pilot program, report. in committee
SB675 Food establishment inspections; exemptions for private homes where resident processes yogurt. dead
SB676 Firearms; mechanical devices designed to increase rate of fire, penalty. incorporated
SB677 Local tourism board, etc.; member of local government authorized to be elected or appointed. signed by governor
SB678 Speed monitoring systems; locality may, by ordinance, establish. dead
SB679 Second highways; regulating of parking in Albemarle County. signed by governor
SB680 Emergency services; certain counties authorized to impose fee to fund. signed by governor
SB681 Iron Gate, Town of; amending charter, amends provisions related to time of council elections. stricken
SB682 Child day programs; exemptions from licensure. signed by governor
SB683 Commuter Rail Operating and Capital Fund; established. dead
SB684 Removal of snow and ice; county executive form of government. signed by governor
SB685 Restitution form; completion by court or clerk of court. dead
SB686 Safety inspection approval stickers; vehicle equipment presumed compliant. stricken
SB687 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; lowers minimum tax. stricken
SB688 Va. Public Procurement Act; cooperative procurement, stream restoration & stormwater management. signed by governor
SB689 Absentee voting; eligibility of persons whose polling place prohibits firearms. in committee
SB690 Debit card holds; disclosures. dead
SB691 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; conservation officers. dead
SB692 Disabled parking placards; certification by mental health professional to DMV a person's disability. in committee
SB693 Virginia Waterway Maintenance Fund and Grant Program; established, awarding a grant of funds. signed by governor
SB694 Intentional or negligent infliction of injury or death; bystander claims for emotional distress. in committee
SB695 Alcoholic beverage control; creates an Internet beer retailer license, definition. signed by governor
SB696 Va. Alternative Energy & Coastal Protection Act; regulations to establish carbon dioxide cap, etc. dead
SB697 Natural gas utilities; right of entry. stricken
SB698 Erosion and sediment control; inspections of natural gas pipelines, stop work instructions. enacted
SB699 Stormwater management; inspections of natural gas pipelines, stop work instructions. enacted
SB700 School bus video-monitoring systems; release of information by DMV. in committee
SB701 License plates, special; ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION. signed by governor
SB702 Private preschool programs; licensure exemptions. signed by governor
SB703 Out-of-state emergency medical services providers; authorized to provide service in Commonwealth. signed by governor
SB704 Private preschool programs; background checks. stricken
SB705 Va. Condominium & Property Owners' Association Act; contents of disclosure packets. dead
SB706 Common interest communities; reserves for capital components, budget. dead
SB707 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; home-based businesses. dead
SB708 Coal combustion residuals unit; DEQ to require closure. incorporated
SB709 Abortions; performance of ultrasound, informed written consent. stricken
SB710 Third-party voter registration groups; registration, disclosure, and recordkeeping requirements. stricken
SB711 Electric utilities; community renewable projects. in committee
SB712 President and Vice President electors; allocation of electoral votes by congressional district. dead
SB713 Standards of Quality; mathematics intervention services. in subcommittee
SB714 Local economic development; expenditure shall be first approved by local governing body. dead
SB715 Firefighters and emergency medical services providers; carrying a concealed handgun. dead
SB716 Background checks; Department of State Police shall recommend, etc., options to expedite process. signed by governor
SB717 Accident and sickness insurance; rate filings, agent commissions. signed by governor
SB718 Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria. incorporated
SB719 Substance Abuse Data Sharing and Analytics Clearinghouse; established, report. incorporated
SB720 Form of ballot; party identification of candidates. incorporated
SB721 Health care services; practitioners to provide to patient payment estimates. dead
SB722 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; access to association books and records. signed by governor
SB723 Teacher licensure; trade and industrial waiver and career and technical license. incorporated
SB724 Online Va. Network Authority; adds Chancellor of Va. Community College System to board of trustees. incorporated
SB725 Human trafficking; posting hotline information, civil penalty. signed by governor
SB726 CBD oil and THC-A oil; certification for use, dispensing. signed by governor
SB727 FOIA; exemptions for courts of record, courts not of records, and Office of the Executive Secretary. passed committee
SB728 Prescription Monitoring Program; prescriber and dispenser patterns, annual review, report. signed by governor
SB729 Cruelty to animals; aggravated cruelty, penalty. dead
SB730 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; clarifies definition of 'public record.' dead
SB731 Health insurance plans; prior authorization for drug benefits or surgical procedures. in committee
SB732 Firearms; possession, etc., following convictions for certain misdemeanor crimes, penalty. dead
SB733 Monuments and memorials, certain; removal to prominently display in outdoor location of museum. dead
SB734 Custodial interrogations; length, recording. dead
SB735 Prescription Monitoring Program; DHP to disclose information. signed by governor
SB736 Paid family leave program; establishment of program. stricken
SB737 Driving under influence of alcohol; license conditions for first offense. passed committee
SB738 Public Elementary and Secondary Education, Commission on the Future of; established, report. dead
SB739 Campaign finance; with whom former candidates file reports. signed by governor
SB740 Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria. incorporated
SB741 Stormwater management; termination of general permit, notice. signed by governor
SB742 Firearms magazines and firearms, certain; prohibition of sale, transfer, etc., penalties. in committee
SB743 Housing; installation and maintenance of smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in rental property. incorporated
SB744 Safety belt systems; use by rear passengers, primary offense. dead
SB745 Virginia taxable income; increases standard deduction. dead
SB746 Sales and Use Tax; accelerated payments. in committee
SB747 Higher educational institutions, public; guaranteed admissions agreements. signed by governor
SB748 Firearms; DCJS, et al., to develop guidance documents for petitions to restore rights. dead
SB749 Higher education; prohibits percentage increase in in-state tuition. incorporated
SB750 Richmond, City of; amending charter, equal educational. signed by governor
SB751 Localities and school divisions; posting of register of funds expended. dead
SB752 Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria. incorporated
SB753 Expert witnesses; standards for testimony. in committee
SB754 Freedom Flag; designating as official flag of remembrance of September 11, 2001. signed by governor
SB755 Pension de-risking; transfer of retirement annuity contracts, subject to approval of Commissioner. enacted
SB756 Alcoholic beverage control; conduct not prohibited, etc. dead
SB757 Certificate of public need; psychiatric beds and services. dead
SB758 Real estate licenses; required to obtain a business entity license. signed by governor
SB759 Income tax, state; lowers rate of taxation. dead
SB760 Online Va. Network Authority; adds Chancellor of Va. Community College System to board of trustees. signed by governor
SB761 Law-enforcement officers; training, reimbursement of costs. in committee
SB762 BHDS, State Board of; definition of 'licensed mental health professional.' signed by governor
SB763 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; school boards and school board employees. incorporated
SB764 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; school boards and school board employees. incorporated
SB765 Coal ash ponds; mandatory testing of drinking water wells in Chesapeake Bay watershed. passed committee
SB766 Citizen water quality monitoring; use as evidence in enforcement actions. passed committee
SB767 Coal ash ponds; flaws in closure plans, delay of permit. passed committee
SB768 Electric utilities; recovery of costs associated with closure in place of coal ash facilities. in committee
SB769 Alcoholic beverage control; beer licenses. signed by governor
SB770 Absentee voting; alternative locations for in-person absentee voting. in committee
SB771 Absentee voting; counting military and overseas absentee ballots received after close of polls. in committee
SB772 Claims; Danial J Williams, Joseph Jesse Dick, Jr., Eric Cameron Wilson, and Derek Elliot Tice. signed by governor
SB773 Alcoholic beverage control; reduces food-to-beverage ratio for mixed beverage licensees. in committee
SB774 Partition; election to purchase. dead
SB775 Public schools; military children, tuition. signed by governor
SB776 Computer crimes; adds various crimes for which attorneys may issue administrative subpoenas. in committee
SB777 Post-conviction relief; previously admitted scientific evidence. in subcommittee
SB778 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; authorizes use of consumer fireworks, penalties. dead
SB779 Covenants not to compete; physicians. dead
SB780 Hydroelectric plant; revenue sharing agreement among certain localities. signed by governor
SB781 Global reform waiver; Secretary of Health and Human Resources to apply. dead
SB782 Richmond, City of; State Water Control Board to report on discharges. dead
SB783 Pretrial services agencies; Department of Criminal Justice Services to review, report. signed by governor
SB784 Building Code; provisions for buildings & structures in rural areas. dead
SB785 Electronic textbooks; prohibits local school boards from requiring use in any course in grades 6-12. dead
SB786 Public schools; fee for enrollment of certain students. dead
SB787 Governor's Schools; enrollment. dead
SB788 CBD oil and THC-A oil; certification for use, dispensing. incorporated
SB789 Family life education; sexually explicit communications and images. incorporated
SB790 Virginia Employment Commission; development of a plan for a paid family-medical leave program. passed committee
SB791 Employers and potential employers; civil immunity, reports of violent behavior by an employee. in committee
SB792 Friends of the Blue Ridge Parkway, Inc.; funds from license plates may be used to support operation. signed by governor
SB793 Hampton Roads Transportation Commission; adds two legislative members to Commission. stricken
SB794 Firearms magazines, certain; selling, etc., magazines designed to hold more than 10. dead
SB795 Cannabidiol oil and THC-A oil; certification for use, dispensing. incorporated
SB796 Sexual harassment training; requirement for legislative branch. signed by governor
SB797 Protective orders; possession of firearms, penalty. dead
SB798 Presentence reports; access by work release programs. dead
SB799 Virginia Gaming Commission; established. in committee
SB800 Trespass; civil action, vicarious liability. in committee
SB801 State correctional facilities; DOC, et al., to study patient-centered behavioral health services. dead
SB802 Death penalty; severe mental illness. dead
SB803 Alcoholic beverage control; sales conducted at government stores established. dead
SB804 Controlled substances; reporting overdoses. incorporated
SB805 Passing a stopped school bus; conviction shall not be made part of driving record. stricken
SB806 Certificate of public need; medical equipment for MRI services in Northern, Virginia. incorporated
SB807 Coal combustion residuals and other units; permits, request for proposals. signed by governor
SB808 Electric utilities; Transitional Rate Period, coal combustion residuals landfills. in committee
SB809 Eminent domain; calculation of lost profits, amends definitions. signed by governor
SB810 Tuition, in-state; eligibility, certain individuals who have applied for permanent residency. dead
SB811 Protective orders; possession of firearms, surrender or transfer of firearms. dead
SB812 Mental health professional, qualified; broadens definition. signed by governor
SB813 Forfeited assets; state or local agency that receives net proceeds of asset from DCJS, etc. signed by governor
SB814 Aircraft sales and use tax; limits maximum amount of tax due to $25,000. dead
SB815 Electric Utility Regulation, Commission on; postpones scheduled expiration of Commission. signed by governor
SB816 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; disclosure by local government officers. in committee
SB817 Life insurance; prohibits an insurer form issuing a policy for an individual under 5 years of age. stricken
SB818 Transient occupancy tax; adds Rockingham County to list of counties that may impose. signed by governor
SB819 MEI Commission; clarifies annual report concerning endorsed incentive packages. signed by governor
SB820 Primary elections; voter registration by political party affiliation. dead
SB821 New River Valley Emergency Communications Regional Authority; annual budget contribution. signed by governor
SB822 Delinquent taxes; collection of amounts due locality. dead
SB823 Wireless support structures; public rights-of-way use fees established. enacted
SB824 Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and fee increases, notice to students and public. dead
SB825 Elections, State Board of; increases membership, Commissioner of Elections to be member of Board. dead
SB826 Constitutional amendment; legislative review of administrative rules. dead
SB827 Courthouse and courtroom security; increases assessment to fund security. dead
SB828 Damage or trespass to critical infrastructure or utilities; penalty. dead
SB829 Military medical personnel program; personnel may practice under supervision of physician, etc. signed by governor
SB830 Virginia Open Data Initiative Act; created, report. incorporated
SB831 Funeral services; acceptance of third-party-provided caskets. signed by governor
SB832 Prescription Monitoring Program; adds controlled substances included in Schedule V naloxone. signed by governor
SB833 Installation of a pen register or trap and trace device; emergency circumstances. signed by governor
SB834 Voter registration list maintenance; voters identified as registered in multiple states. vetoed by governor
SB835 Central Virginia Training Center; closure prohibited. passed committee
SB836 Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and room and board. incorporated
SB837 Electric utilities; retail competition. in committee
SB838 Virginia Conservation Police Review Board; created. in committee
SB839 Resident stickers; turns in certain residential areas. dead
SB840 School meal policies; each local school board required to adopt policies. signed by governor
SB841 Truancy; procedures relating to intervention. signed by governor
SB842 Certificate of public need; medical equipment for MRI & CT scanning services in City of Winchester. in committee
SB843 Family life education; medically accurate information on human reproduction. incorporated
SB844 Health insurance; individual coverage, short-term policies. vetoed by governor
SB845 Premium Security Plan; created, a state-based reinsurance program. in committee
SB846 Restitution; penalties other than fines, limitations on actions. signed by governor
SB847 Purple Heart State; Dept. of Transportation shall place and maintain signs along certain highways. signed by governor
SB848 Certificate of public need; definition of 'medical care facility.' incorporated
SB849 Tuition Assistance Grant Program; eligible institutions members of Nation Guard. incorporated
SB850 Virginia Public Procurement Act; small business and microbusiness procurement enhancement program. dead
SB851 Correctional Officer Procedural Guarantee Act; created. signed by governor
SB852 Commonwealth Transportation Board; increases membership. stricken
SB853 Insurance agents; continuing education requirements. signed by governor
SB854 Nursery stock licenses; renewal, imposes a late fee. signed by governor
SB855 Energy efficiency programs; programs proposed by an electric utility. incorporated
SB856 Mass transit; establishing various Funds to improve transportation. signed by governor
SB857 Public Rights-of-Way Use; fees used for high-speed Internet access in underserved areas. passed committee
SB858 Va. FOIA; excludes certain information held by board of visitors of The College of William & Mary. signed by governor
SB859 Airbow hunting; authorized to hunt deer & small game when hunter is licensed to hunt w/bow & arrow. signed by governor
SB860 Health care provider panels; vertically integrated carriers, public hospitals. dead
SB861 Property Owners' Association Act; member approval required for certain capital expenditures. dead
SB862 Pharmacy drug disposal program; each pharmacy required to participate in a program. dead
SB863 Teachers; alternate route to licensure for elementary education preK-6, etc. incorporated
SB864 Cryptocurrencies; State Corporation Commission to study. passed committee
SB865 Standards of Quality; reading diagnostic tests. in subcommittee
SB866 Hospital licenses, certain; effective date. signed by governor
SB867 Stroke care; Department of Health shall be responsible for quality improvement initiatives. signed by governor
SB868 Stroke centers, certified; designation of hospitals. signed by governor
SB869 Education Improvement Scholarships tax credits; benefits & elig. requirements for disabled students. dead
SB870 Educational institutions, certain; designation of governing boards. dead
SB871 Amherst, Town of; amending charter, alters election of members of town council. signed by governor
SB872 Tethering animals; outdoor tethering of companion animals, definitions of adequate shelter and space dead
SB873 Inspections prior to sale; exception, certain special orders. signed by governor
SB874 Motor vehicle drivers; signals required when driving. dead
SB875 Assisted living facilities; regulations governing staff. signed by governor
SB876 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; transfer of public records, definition of 'custodian.' dead
SB877 Transportation District Commission of Hampton Roads; membership. dead
SB878 Correctional facilities, local and regional; standards for mental health. dead
SB879 Intangible personal property; personal property used in manufacturing. in committee
SB880 Composite index; local ability to pay for certain counties. passed committee
SB881 Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Board of; increases membership. stricken
SB882 Prescription refill; protocol. signed by governor
SB883 Income tax, corporate & state; modification for certain companies, grants. signed by governor
SB884 Alcoholic beverage control; increases general license application fee. signed by governor
SB885 Capitol Police; concurrent jurisdiction. signed by governor
SB886 Law-enforcement officers; psychological examination. in committee
SB887 Child labor; volunteer fire companies. signed by governor
SB888 Marine Resources Commission; conveyance of easement and rights-of-way across Rappahannock River. signed by governor
SB889 Driver education courses; DMV to allow licensed computer-based providers to offer tests virtually. stricken
SB890 Juvenile offenders; eligibility for parole. dead
SB891 Assisted living facility administrator; exempt from licensure if licensed practical nurse. stricken
SB892 Sexual harassment training; requirement for legislative branch. incorporated
SB893 Medical assistance; determination of income, personal needs. dead
SB894 Virginia Energy Efficiency Revolving Fund; created. dead
SB895 Punitive damages; raises cap from $350,000 to $500,000. dead
SB896 Motor vehicle fuels; sales tax in certain regions of the Commonwealth. signed by governor
SB897 Workers' compensation; taxicab and executive sedan drivers. in committee
SB898 Tolling; Northern Virginia. dead
SB899 Camp 7; disposition of parcel located in Clarke County. signed by governor
SB900 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for spouse of disabled veteran. signed by governor
SB901 Electric utilities; undergrounding distribution lines, reasonableness and prudence of costs. incorporated
SB902 Property tax; exemption for solar energy equipment and facilities. enacted
SB903 Electronic toll collection device; contributions to Virginia State Police Association General Fund. stricken
SB904 Line of Duty Act; disabled persons to participate in state and local health insurance. passed committee
SB905 Commercial rest areas; prohibits a private entity from operating for commercial purposes. signed by governor
SB906 Master barber; creates occupational title, issuance of license. signed by governor
SB907 Health insurance; coverage for contraceptives. in committee
SB908 Electric vehicle charging stations; local and public operation. signed by governor
SB909 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. in committee
SB910 Abortion; a pregnant person has a fundamental right to obtain. dead
SB911 Eminent domain; redefines lost profits. incorporated
SB912 Law-enforcement officers, retired; carrying a concealed handgun, return to work. signed by governor
SB913 Voters; review of assignments in districts throughout the Commonwealth. in committee
SB914 School calendar; opening day of the school year. dead
SB915 Medical assistance; increase access to certain services. dead
SB916 Health benefit plans; sale by authorized foreign health insurers. in committee
SB917 Handheld photo speed monitoring devices; officer may operate near school crossing zone. dead
SB918 Professional and occupational regulation; authority to suspend or revoke licenses, certificates. signed by governor
SB919 Careless driving; cause of injury to vulnerable road user, penalty. dead
SB920 Adoption and foster care; barrier crimes, exception. signed by governor
SB921 Uniform Statewide Building Code; security of certain records. signed by governor
SB922 Electric utilities; rates and tariffs. signed by governor
SB923 Certificate of public need; establishing new ambulatory surgery center in Hampton Roads. incorporated
SB924 Honor & Remember Flag; standards for display at state buildings, etc. signed by governor
SB925 Signs or advertisements; location at certain truck stops. signed by governor
SB926 Special counsel; contingency fees for those employed by a state agency. vetoed by governor
SB927 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; applicability. dead
SB928 School boards; employment of certain individuals, certain contracts. incorporated
SB929 Tolling; sets hours for high-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes on Interstate 66 inside Capital Beltway. incorporated
SB930 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; prohibited conduct relating to contracts. signed by governor
SB931 Higher educational institution, public; crisis and emergency management plan, annual exercise. signed by governor
SB932 Old Dominion University; board of visitors. signed by governor
SB933 Health insurance; contracts with pharmacies and pharmacists, etc. signed by governor
SB934 Benefits consortium; formation by a sponsoring association. vetoed by governor
SB935 Group health benefit plans; bona fide associations. vetoed by governor
SB936 Standards of Achievement Career and Technical Education Committee; established. in subcommittee
SB937 High school apprenticeship; tax credit. dead
SB938 Child support; withholding of income, contracts with an independent contractor. in committee
SB939 Judges; retired from circuit court, etc., qualifications. signed by governor
SB940 Combined sewer overflow system; notice of discharge. in committee
SB941 Trooper Berke Bates Bridge; designating as bridge on Route 612 over I-64 in New Kent County. signed by governor
SB942 Sales and use tax; creates a state sales tax and use tax in the Historic Triangle. enacted
SB943 Medical assistance services; renewal information. signed by governor
SB944 Cash proffers; impact fees. in committee
SB945 Operation of dealership or service facility; manufacturers. stricken
SB946 Auditor of Public Accounts; eliminates requirement that the Auditor audit certain entities annually. signed by governor
SB947 License plates, special; emergency medical services agencies, fire departments. signed by governor
SB948 Net neutrality; an entity engaged in provision of broadband Internet access services. stricken
SB949 Virginia Public Procurement Act; Internet access service contracting, limitations. dead
SB950 Interstate natural gas pipelines; DEQ review, upland construction signed by governor
SB951 Eastern Virginia; hydraulic fracturing prohibited. dead
SB952 Protective orders; issuance upon convictions for certain felonies, penalty. passed committee
SB953 Health instruction; instruction to incorporate standards to recognize dimensions of mental health. signed by governor
SB954 Marijuana; reduces penalties for possession to a fine of not more than $500. dead
SB955 Electric utility regulation; suspension of reviews of earnings, Transitional Rate Period. dead
SB956 Virginia Health Care Access Program; established. incorporated
SB957 Conditional rezoning proffer; exemption from certain requirements. in committee
SB958 Unpaid tolls; authorizes toll facility operators to mail invoices by first-class mail. dead
SB959 Disposition of unclaimed dead body; final orders of transportation and disposition. signed by governor
SB960 High School to Work Partnerships; establishment, exemptions. signed by governor
SB961 Public schools; homeless children. signed by governor
SB962 Herd shares; written shared herd ownership agreements, requirements, penalty. dead
SB963 Commonwealth Competitiveness Fund; established, tax credits for contributions. dead
SB964 Health insurance; catastrophic health plans. vetoed by governor
SB965 Electric utility regulation; rate review proceedings, Transitional Rate Period, etc. dead
SB966 Electric utility regulation; grid modernization, energy efficiency. signed by governor
SB967 Electric utility regulation; grid modernization, energy efficiency. incorporated
SB968 False statements, etc., by employing units; failure to furnish reports, etc. dead
SB969 SOL; verified credit. dead
SB970 Muscadine grape; designating as state grape. dead
SB971 Interstate 81 Corridor Improvement Plan; Commonwealth Transportation Board to develop. signed by governor
SB972 Vested rights; owners of property not required to retrofit existing landscape cover materials. vetoed by governor
SB973 Track and Trace Program; established. in subcommittee
SB974 Action without a meeting; articles of incorporation of a public corporation. signed by governor
SB975 Students with disabilities; feasibility of educational placement transition of certain students. passed committee
SB976 Candidates in elections; method of nominating for office. dead
SB977 Training center; clarifies definition. dead
SB978 Redistricting; criteria for remedial plans. dead
SB979 Appraisal management companies; clarifies definition, state-licensed appraisers. signed by governor
SB980 Statewide e-filing system; creating for civil case filings. in subcommittee
SB981 Child support; calculation of obligation, multiple custody arrangements. signed by governor
SB982 Child support; guidelines for determination of obligation, child support orders. signed by governor
SB983 Elections; precincts not to be changed between certain dates. signed by governor
SB984 Motorboats; means of propulsion, wakesurfing. signed by governor
SB985 Hurricane and Flooding Risk Reduction and Bond Rating Protection Act of 2018; report. dead
SB986 Attorney General, Office of, and Department of Taxation; sharing and disclosure of information. stricken
SB987 Paramilitary activities; penalty. dead
SB988 License plates, special; THE AMERICAN LEGION. in committee
SB989 Virginia Antitrust Act; exemption for hospitals. signed by governor
SB990 Stormwater; State Water Control Board to adopt regulations. in committee
SB991 Telework Promotion and Broadband Assistance, Office of, and Broadband Advisory Council; expiration. signed by governor
SB992 Charitable Gaming Board; Texas Hold'em poker events. stricken
SB993 Local planning commissions; proposed plats. signed by governor
SB994 Restitution; probation. signed by governor
SB995 Outdoor advertising; regulation, signs in sight of public highways. signed by governor
SB996 Animal shelters; administration of Schedule VI biological products. signed by governor
SJ1 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). in committee
SJ2 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of Governor and Lieutenant Governor. in committee
SJ3 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly term limits (first reference). in committee
SJ4 United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment. dead
SJ5 Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, restoration of civil rights (first reference). in committee
SJ6 Teacher licensing process; Department of Education to study. in committee
SJ7 State-owned ports; JLARC to study impact on local governments. dead
SJ8 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). in committee
SJ9 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote. in committee
SJ10 Tidewater Community College; commemorating its 50th anniversary. passed house
SJ11 United States Constitution; amendment concerning federal budget. dead
SJ12 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote. in committee
SJ13 2016 conditional rezoning proffer reform bill; joint committee to study. dead
SJ14 Emergency custody and temporary detention; alternative models. dead
SJ15 Commending Pakistani Americans in Virginia. dead
SJ16 Indian Americans in Virginia; commemorating 70th Independence Day of India. dead
SJ17 Commending the Honorable Gerald Bruce Lee. passed house
SJ18 Celebrating the life of Nathan Watts. passed house
SJ19 Coastal Flooding, Joint Subcommittee on; continued, report. passed house
SJ20 Commemorating its 150th anniversary of the passage of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States. passed house
SJ21 Constitutional amendment; property tax, exemption for flooding remediation, etc. passed
SJ22 Celebrating the life of Ulmo Shannon Randle, Jr. passed house
SJ23 Celebrating the life of Arvil Buford Welcher. passed house
SJ24 Commending the Virginia Dual Language Educators Network. passed house
SJ25 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission, criteria to redraw certain districts. in committee
SJ26 United States Constitution; application for a convention of the states, balancing federal budget. incorporated
SJ27 Constitutional amendment; qualification of voters, restoration of civil rights. in committee
SJ28 Driving under influence of alcohol; VSCC to study decrease in convictions. dead
SJ29 Standards of Quality; JLARC to study cost to implement. dead
SJ30 Free community college; JLARC to study. dead
SJ31 Interstate conventions; selection of commissioners and committee procedures. in committee
SJ32 U.S. Route 29; VDOT to study feasibility of eastern bypass. in committee
SJ33 Route 60 Corridor; VDOT to study. in committee
SJ34 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established. in committee
SJ35 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (second reference). stricken
SJ36 Women Veterans Week; designating as third full week of March 2018, and each succeeding year. passed house
SJ37 Celebrating the life of L. Stanley Willis. passed house
SJ38 Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. passed house
SJ39 Constitutional amendment; Literary Fund, proceeds from forfeited property. in committee
SJ40 Teachers and curriculum; study of aviation and aerospace certification. dead
SJ41 Airport development; environmental approvals. dead
SJ42 Wolf Creek Cherokee Tribe of Virginia; extends state recognition within the Commonwealth. dead
SJ43 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ44 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ45 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ46 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ47 Fall Prevention Awareness Week; designating as third full week of September 2018. passed house
SJ48 School-based health care; DMAS, et. al., to study. dead
SJ49 Health insurance premiums; Joint Commission on Health Care to study. dead
SJ50 Health insurance rate reviews; State Corporation Commission to study. dead
SJ51 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established. in committee
SJ52 U.S. Route 220; recognizing need for four lanes of traffic through Botetourt and Alleghany Counties. dead
SJ53 Accessory dwelling structures; Virginia Housing Commission to study. dead
SJ54 Medicare supplement insurance policies; Joint Commission on Health Care to study. stricken
SJ55 Working waterfronts; recognizing importance in Virginia. stricken
SJ56 Standards of Quality; JLARC to study cost to implement. dead
SJ57 Out-of-network health care providers; JLARC to study balance billing by providers. dead
SJ58 Law clerks; study on use and impact on judicial workload and work product. dead
SJ59 Dyslexia; study for identification of & interventions in public schools. incorporated
SJ60 Commending Virginia public school bus drivers. passed house
SJ61 Celebrating the life of Dennis Patrick Mullins. passed house
SJ62 Public elementary and secondary education; joint committee to study the future in the Commonwealth. dead
SJ63 General Thaddeus Kosciuszko Day; designating as October 15, 2018, & each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ64 Celebrating the life of Command Sergeant Major Jeffrey Scott Voelkel, USA. passed house
SJ65 Solitary confinement; Department of Corrections to study. in committee
SJ66 Commending the W.T. Woodson High School boys' basketball team. passed house
SJ67 Commending the Westfield High School field hockey team. passed house
SJ68 Constitutional amendment; criteria for electoral districts (first reference). in committee
SJ69 Constitutional amendment; legislative review of administrative rules. dead
SJ70 Celebrating the life of Donald Williams, Sr. passed house
SJ71 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ72 Commending the Honorable Helen Leiner. passed house
SJ73 Commemorating the anniversaries of the Hungarian Revolution. dead
SJ74 State and federal services; creation of a consolidated application for service. dead
SJ75 Ethic laws; joint subcommittee to study. passed house
SJ76 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for spouse of disabled veteran. passed
SJ77 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ78 Celebrating the life of Gerald Thomas Halpin. passed house
SJ79 Commending the Liberty University School of Aeronautics. passed house
SJ80 World Hypnotism Day; designating as January 4, 2019, and each succeeding year thereafter. dead
SJ81 Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Green v. County School Board of New Kent County. passed house
SJ82 Commending William J. Vakos. passed house
SJ83 Commending the George Mason University Alumni Association. passed house
SJ84 Celebrating the life of Buckner Gamby, Jr. passed house
SJ85 Virginia Women's Monument; dedication of Monument. passed house
SJ86 Commending the Louisa Community Animal Response Team. passed house
SJ87 Commending Skydive Orange. passed house
SJ88 Celebrating the life of Ferris M. Belman, Sr. passed house
SJ89 Commending C.O. Balderson. passed house
SJ90 Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award. passed house
SJ91 Commending Ted McInteer. passed house
SJ92 Celebrating the life of Fred J. Whyte. passed house
SJ93 Celebrating the life of Captain Walter S. Pullar III, USN, Ret. passed house
SJ94 Commending Doug and Sally Coiner. passed house
SJ95 Commending the American Heritage Girls. passed house
SJ96 Commending the Viking Division. passed house
SJ97 Commending J.D. Diggs. passed house
SJ98 Commending Frank M. Beamer. passed house
SJ99 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ100 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ101 Celebrating the life of Joseph Henry Wood, Sr. passed house
SJ102 Celebrating the life of William Stephen Hodges. passed house
SJ103 Commending the Honorable Craig D. Johnston. passed house
SJ104 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Wyatt Tee Walker. passed house
SJ105 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Curtis West Harris. passed house
SJ106 Commending the Hopewell High School football team. passed house
SJ107 Celebrating the life of Nellie Jane Hinderman McLeod. passed house
SJ108 Celebrating the life of Macon Foscue Brock, Jr. passed house
SJ109 Commending the Virginia Commission for the Arts. passed house
SJ110 Commending the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce. passed house
SJ111 Commending Bernard J. Caton. passed house
SJ112 Commending R. Dan Hix. passed house
SJ113 Commending the Thomas C. Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership. passed house
SJ114 Commending Michelle Cottrell-Williams. passed house
SJ115 Celebrating the life of Annie Belle Daniels. passed house
SJ116 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Albert Woodfin Patrick III. passed house
SJ117 Celebrating the life of Gayle P. Emerson. passed house
SJ118 Celebrating the life of Keith H. Emerson. passed house
SJ119 Celebrating the life of Robert Gilbert Bagley. passed house
SJ120 Commending the Virginia Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs. passed house
SJ121 Celebrating the life of Mary Ann Hovis. passed house
SJ122 Celebrating the life of Marion Lee Stuart Cochran. passed house
SJ123 Commending Paula Irene Otto. passed house
SJ124 Commending Simone Askew. passed house
SJ125 Commending the Westfield High School football team. passed house
SJ126 Commending Thomas Nelson Community College. passed house
SJ127 Commending the Heart of Appalachia Tourism Authority. passed house
SJ128 Commending the Wellmore Coal Company Mine Rescue Red Team. passed house
SJ129 Celebrating the life of Harry Taft Rutherford, Jr. passed house
SJ130 Celebrating the life of William Leslie Mariner. passed house
SJ131 Celebrating the life of Martha Jeraldine Morris Tata. passed house
SJ132 Commending Cecili Weber. passed house
SJ133 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ134 Celebrating the life of James Carlton Hudson. passed house
SJ135 Celebrating the life of H. Clay Gravely IV. passed house
SJ136 Commending the recipients of the 2018 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Awards. passed house
SJ137 Commending the Heart of Virginia Healthcare Cooperative. passed house
SJ138 Celebrating the life of James Grover Eichelberger. passed house
SJ139 Celebrating the life of Meriwether Lee Payne. passed house
SJ140 Celebrating the life of Charles Edward Reed. passed house
SJ141 Commending the Loudoun County School Board. passed house
SJ142 Commending Tony R. Torres. passed house
SJ143 Commending James S. Utterback. passed house
SJ144 Commending the Arlington Street People's Assistance Network. passed house
SJ145 Commending the Honorable James C. Dimitri. passed house
SJ146 Commending George H. Hettrick. passed house
SJ147 Commending the Honorable James C. Cacheris. passed house
SJ148 Commending Fort Hunt Little League. passed house
SJ149 Commending Riverside Elementary School. passed house
SJ150 Commending John F. Pattie Sr. Elementary School. passed house
SJ151 Commending the Appomattox County High School football team. passed house
SJ152 Commending Jimmie Straley. passed house
SJ153 Commending David Scott Morris. passed house
SJ154 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Lacey E. Putney. passed house
SJ155 Commending the Appomattox County High School golf team. passed house
SJ156 Celebrating the life of Ruth Ann Rogers Wise Kellam. passed house
SJ157 Commending Fred Matthews. passed house
SJ158 Celebrating the life of LaVonne Parker Ellis. passed house
SJ159 Commending Ray Reynolds. passed house
SJ160 Commending the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty. passed house
SJ161 Celebrating the life of the Most Reverend Francis X. DiLorenzo. passed house
SJ162 Commending the Virginia Association of Free and Charitable Clinics, Inc. passed house
SJ163 Celebrating the life of Corine Brown Bennett. passed house
SJ164 Commending St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church. passed house
SJ165 Commending Verna Mildred Mills Hurtt. passed house
SJ166 Commending Clarence M. Dunnaville, Jr. passed house
SJ167 Commending Guy Kinman. passed house
SJ168 Commending Gladys West. passed house
SJ169 Celebrating the life of Kenneth Atwell Staples, Sr. passed house
SJ170 Celebrating the life of Walter Steven Davis, Sr. passed house
SJ171 Celebrating the life of William Mervin Lechler. passed house
SJ172 Commending Lynne Doughtie. passed house
SJ173 Commending the Honorable Richard D. Brown. passed house
SJ174 Commending the Honorable William J. Howell. passed house
SJ175 Commending W. Taylor Reveley III. passed house
SJ176 Commending Terry Redican. passed house
SJ177 Commending the Northwest Federal Credit Union Foundation. passed house
SJ178 Commending FACETS. passed house
SJ179 Commending CNA. passed house
SJ180 Commending the CGI Southwest Virginia Technology Center of Excellence. passed house
SJ181 Commending Mountain Movers. passed house
SJ182 Celebrating the life of James Howell Hardy III. passed house
SJ183 Commending Timothy L. Taylor. passed house
SJ184 Commending Evelyn Ann Slone. passed house
SJ185 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Eddie Lee Perry, Sr. passed house
SJ186 Celebrating the life of Richard E. Olivieri, Sr. passed house
SJ187 Celebrating the life of William Henry Muehleib. passed house
SJ188 Commending SOS International LLC. passed house
SJ189 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Harry Burns Blevins, Sr. passed house
SJ190 Commending Justin Verlander. passed house
SJ191 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ192 Commending the Honorable Burke F. McCahill. passed house
SJ193 Commending George D. Greenia. passed house
SJ194 Celebrating the life of the Honorable William T. Stone, Sr. passed house
SJ195 Commending Hilton Village. passed house
SJ196 Commending The College of William and Mary. passed house
SJ197 Celebrating the life of Thaddeus Wilbur Tate, Jr. passed house
SJ198 Celebrating the life of Ludwell Harrison Johnson III. passed house
SJ199 Celebrating the life of Louise Ann Hutchinson. passed house
SJ200 Commending Fort Eustis. passed house
SJ201 Commending Jeffrey C. Greenfield. passed house
SJ202 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Frederick Risdon Miles Carter. passed house
SJ203 Celebrating the life of Grace Victoria Edmondson Harris. passed house
SJ204 Celebrating the life of James Henry Bowman. passed house
SJ205 Commending Juliette S. Hamilton. passed house
SJ206 Celebrating the life of Mattie Jefferson Shepperd Trower. passed house
SJ207 Commending the Virginia Department of Veterans Services Benefits section. passed house
SJ208 Commending Darnell Dozier. passed house
SJ209 Commending Karen Darnell Wagner. passed house
SJ210 Celebrating the life of Suzanne Davis Miller. passed house
SJ211 Commending Diane L. Zahm. passed house
SJ212 Commending Carlisle School. passed house
SJ213 Commending Michael F. Kuhns. passed house
SJ214 Commending the Lymphatic Education and Research Network. passed house
SJ215 Commending the Virginia Automobile Dealers Association. passed house
SJ216 Celebrating the life of Roland R. Kessler. passed house
SJ217 Celebrating the life of Eugene L. Crump, Jr. passed house
SJ218 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Harry Robert Purkey. passed house
SJ219 Commending the Patrick Henry High School girls' swim team. passed house
SJ220 Commending William A. Hudgins. passed house
SJ221 Commending Channing A. Pfeiffer. passed house
SJ222 Commending Cheryl Thompson-Stacy. passed house
SJ223 Commending Donald Hays Hopson. passed house
SJ224 Celebrating the life of Mary Speake Humelsine. passed house
SJ225 Celebrating the life of Captain John G. Colgan, USN, Ret. passed house
SJ226 Celebrating the life of Jean Aldrich Snidow. passed house
SJ227 Celebrating the life of Walter C. White. passed house
SJ228 Commending HCA Virginia Health System. passed house
SJ229 Commending W. Keith Brower, Jr. passed house
SJ230 Commending Chuck Wyant. passed house
SJ231 Commending the Hopewell High School girls' basketball team. passed house
SJ232 Commending FeedMore's Meals on Wheels program. passed house
SJ233 Commending Bill Blackburn. passed house
SJ234 Commending Community Lodgings. passed house
SJ235 Commending the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 26. passed house
SJ236 Commending the Reverend Howard-John Wesley. passed house
SJ237 Celebrating the life of Lionel Reginald Hope. passed house
SJ238 Celebrating the life of Donald S. Beyer, Sr. passed house
SJ239 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Donald Kent. passed house
SJ240 Commending Embark Richmond Highway. passed house
SJ241 Commending William E. Blalock. passed house
SJ242 Commending Eleanor D. Schmidt. passed house
SJ243 Commending the Mount Vernon Voice. passed house
SJ244 Commending Beverly T. Fitzpatrick, Jr. passed house
SJ245 Celebrating the life of Captain Paul F. Hollandsworth, Jr., USN, Ret. passed house
SJ246 Regular Session; extension. passed committee
SJ247 Regular Session; extension. passed committee
SJ248 General Assembly; special session. dead
SJ249 Celebrating the life of Neilson Jay November. passed house
SR1 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Faye Delores Watford Mitchell. passed senate
SR2 Celebrating the life of Wilson M. Goode. passed senate
SR3 Commending the W.T. Woodson High School boys' basketball team. passed senate
SR4 Commending the Westfield High School field hockey team. passed senate
SR5 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Patricia Keyser Smith Ticer. passed senate
SR6 Celebrating the life of Frances Virginia Matthews Clarke. passed senate
SR7 Senate; 2018 operating resolution. passed senate
SR8 Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Green v. County School Board of New Kent County. stricken
SR9 Celebrating the life of Joseph C. Smiddy. passed senate
SR10 Commending the Manassas Symphony Orchestra. passed senate
SR11 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed senate
SR12 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed senate
SR13 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed senate
SR14 State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed senate
SR15 Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed senate
SR16 Commending the Virginia Czech and Slovak Folklife Festival. passed senate
SR17 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Earle C. Mobley. passed senate
SR18 Commending Bishop Curtis Eugene Edmonds, Sr. passed senate
SR19 Celebrating the life of Darnell Johnson. passed senate
SR20 Commending Thierry G. Dupuis. passed senate
SR21 Celebrating the life of Sidney Belt Harvey III. passed senate
SR22 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant H. Jay Cullen III. passed senate
SR23 Celebrating the life of Father Gerard Creedon. passed senate
SR24 Commending Sonnie P. Penn Elementary School. passed senate
SR25 Commending the Reverend Elbert T. Knight. passed senate
SR26 Commending VersAbility Resources. passed senate
SR27 Commending the National Counseling Group. passed senate
SR28 Commending the Virginia Capitol Police. passed senate
SR29 Commending the Hanover High School girls' tennis team. passed senate
SR30 Commending Mulberry Baptist Church. passed senate
SR31 Celebrating the life of Barbara S. Klotz. passed senate
SR32 Commending Mark Lee Fischer. passed senate
SR33 Commending the Louisa County High School football team. passed senate
SR34 Celebrating the life of Elton Jefferson Wade, Sr. passed senate
SR35 Celebrating the life of Deputy Curtis Allen Bartlett. passed senate
SR36 Commending Bel Air Elementary School. passed senate
SR37 Celebrating the life of John Samuel Sims. passed senate
SR38 Celebrating the life of Ronald E. Carrier. passed senate
SR39 Commending Ron Belay. passed senate
SR40 Commending Donna Whitley-Smith. passed senate
SR41 Celebrating the life of James Michael Eastham, Sr. passed senate
SR42 Commending David McKee. passed senate
SR43 Celebrating the life of Fred Melvin Reekes. passed senate
SR44 Celebrating the life of Patricia Ann Nicholson Perkinson. passed senate
SR45 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Charles Alwyn Perkinson, Jr. passed senate
SR46 Commending Charlotte A. Mary. passed senate
SR47 Commending the Manchester Middle School basketball team. passed senate
SR48 Commending Dr. Katherine G. Johnson. passed senate
SR49 Commending Adrian K. Lund, Ph.D. passed senate
SR50 Celebrating the life of Philip W. Ross. passed senate
SR51 Commending the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Education Facilities. passed senate
SR52 Commending the Garden Club of Virginia. passed senate
SR53 Commending Hampton University. passed senate
SR54 Commending Dr. William R. Harvey. passed senate
SR55 Commending the Salem High School football team. passed senate
SR56 Commending Brett R. Isserow. passed senate
SR57 Commending R.B. Clark. passed senate
SR58 Commending the American Council of Engineering Companies of Virginia. passed senate
SR59 Commending Richard E. Hickman, Jr. passed senate
SR60 Commending the Union High School football team. passed senate
SR61 Celebrating the life of Louis Edwin Graziano. passed senate
SR62 Commending the Virginia Aeronautical Historical Society. passed senate
SR63 Celebrating the life of John D. Miller, Jr. passed senate
SR64 Celebrating the life of the Reverend William Franklin Graham, Jr. passed senate
SR65 Commending Gary Creed. passed senate
SR66 Commending Curry Martin. passed senate
SR67 Commending Cody Keen. passed senate
SR68 Commending Janae Blakeney. passed senate
SR69 Celebrating the life of Sol Waite Rawls, Jr. passed senate
SR70 Celebrating the life of Kermit Marshall Cook. passed senate
SR71 Commending James Puckett. passed senate
SR72 Commending William A. Robertson. passed senate
SR73 Commending Haleigh Hamlin. passed senate
SR74 Commending Debbi Miller. passed senate
SR75 Commending the Child Protection Partnership. passed senate
SR76 Celebrating the life of Timothy Scott Edwards. passed senate
SR77 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed senate
SR78 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed senate
SR79 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed senate
SR80 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed senate
SR81 Commending the Wakefield High School boys' basketball team. passed senate