2020 Bills

198 bills found.

# Title Status
HB1 Absentee voting; no excuse required. in committee
HB2 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty. in committee
HB3 Va. Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices, sexual orientation and gender, etc. in committee
HB4 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming. in committee
HB5 Clinch River; designating segment in Tazewell County as part of the Clinch State Scenic River. in committee
HB6 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. in committee
HB7 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. in committee
HB8 Disorderly conduct in public places; school activities. in committee
HB9 Firearms; reporting those lost or stolen, civil penalty. in committee
HB10 Student loans; licensing of qualified education loan servicers, civil penalties, report. in committee
HB11 Human Rights, Division of; duties. in committee
HB12 Education, Department of; discrimination against students, investigation & resolution of complaints. in committee
HB13 Condominium association funds; fiduciary management, permissible investments. in committee
HB14 Constitutional amendment; reapportionment, technical adjustments permitted (voter referendum). in committee
HB15 Public school buses; seat belts. in committee
HB16 Safety belt system; all occupants of motor vehicles to utilize. in committee
HB17 Driver's license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. in committee
HB18 Absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person voting, applicability date. in committee
HB19 Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements. in committee
HB20 Va. Alternative Energy & Coastal Protection Act; DEQ to implement final carbon trading regulation. in committee
HB21 Virginia Human Rights Act; prohibited discrimination, sexual orientation and gender identity. in committee
HB22 Virginia Shoreline Resiliency Fund; grant program. in committee
HB23 Public employment and housing; prohibited discrimination, sexual orientation or gender identity. in committee
HB24 Hurricane and Flooding Risk Reduction and Bond Rating Protection Act of 2020; established, report. in committee
HB25 Absentee voting; no excuse required. in committee
HB26 Voter registration; close of registration records. in committee
HB27 Cruelty to animals; serious bodily injury, first offense, penalty. in committee
HB28 Pawnbrokers; removes provision that currently allows only natural persons to be licensed. in committee
HB31 Charges and convictions, certain; expungement. in committee
HB32 Police and court records; expungement of records for misdemeanor and nonviolent felony convictions. in committee
HB33 Parole; exception to limitation on the application of parole statutes. in committee
HB34 Refusal of tests; restricted license. in committee
HB35 Juvenile offenders; eligibility for parole. in committee
HB36 Student journalists; freedom of speech and the press. in committee
HB37 Alcoholic beverage control; stills or distilling apparatuses, permit requirement. in committee
HB38 Tanning facilities; prohibits use by persons under age 18. in committee
HB39 Health benefit plans; enrollment by pregnant individuals. in committee
HB40 Public schools; mental health break spaces, regulations. in committee
HB41 Adverse childhood experiences; Board of Medicine to adopt regulations for screening. in committee
HB42 Health care providers; screening of patients for prenatal and postpartum depression, training. in committee
HB43 Provisional voting; persons voting in split precincts. in committee
HB44 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. in committee
HB45 Workers' compensation; retaliatory discharge of employee. in committee
HB46 Workers' compensation; employer to notify employee of intent. in committee
HB47 Workers' compensation; foreign injuries. in committee
HB48 Income tax, state; rolling conformity with the federal Internal Revenue Code. in committee
HB49 Students with disabilities, certain; feasibility of educational placement transition. in committee
HB50 Police and court records; expungement of records if granted a simple pardon of the crime. in committee
HB51 Line of Duty Act; eligible dependents. in committee
HB52 Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumption, emergency medical technicians. in committee
HB53 Taxes on income, wills, and administrations; exemption for victims of the Virginia Beach shooting. in committee
HB54 Income tax, state; age deduction increases income threshold for married filers. in committee
HB55 Worker cooperatives; established as a category of cooperative associations. in committee
HB56 Minimum wage; tipped employees, classification. in committee
HB57 Elections; date of June primary election. in committee
HB58 Health insurance; payment to out-of-network providers, emergency services. in committee
HB59 Health carriers; licensed athletic trainers. in committee
HB60 Judges, substitute; powers and duties, entry of a final order. in committee
HB61 Adults sentenced for juvenile offenses; good conduct credit. in committee
HB62 Transient occupancy tax; removes July 1, 2021, sunset date from Arlington County, etc. in committee
HB63 Court of Appeals; use of moot courtroom of accredited law schools. in committee
HB64 Child's school activities; employers to allow parental leave for activities. in committee
HB65 Virginia Missing Child with Autism Alert Program; established. in committee
HB66 Health insurance; cost-sharing payments for prescription insulin drugs. in committee
HB67 Strikes by certain government employees; limits to law-enforcement officers. in committee
HB68 Digital devices; deactivation or alteration of embedded software. in committee
HB69 Credit unions; authorizes localities and political subdivisions to hold public deposits. in committee
HB70 Broadband services; prohibited features. in committee
HB71 Campaign finance; audits of campaign finance reports for certain campaign committees. in committee
HB72 Children; allowing access to firearms by children. recklessly leaving loaded, unsecured firearm. in committee
HB73 Virginia Housing Development Authority; power to make loans, etc. in committee
HB74 Public schools; Mental Health First Aid training. in committee
HB75 Electric utilities; electric school bus pilot program. in committee
HB76 Statute of limitations on written contract; missing persons declared dead; executor. in committee
HJ1 United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment. in committee
HJ2 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for affordable housing (first reference). in committee
HJ3 Constitutional amendment; reapportionment, technical adjustments permitted. in committee
HJ4 Celebrating the life of Alan Arnold Diamonstein. introduced
HJ5 Norfolk Police Department; commending. introduced
HJ6 Celebrating the life of Sergeant First Class Dae Han Park, USA. introduced
HJ7 Celebrating the life of Master Sergeant Sae Jin Park-Schneider, USA. introduced
HJ8 Commending the Virginia 4-H shotgun development team. introduced
HJ9 Commending the Reverend Dr. Douglas Warren Kittredge. introduced
HJ10 Gun Violence Awareness Day; designating as June 1, 2020, and each succeeding year thereafter. in committee
HR1 Celebrating the life of Jean F. Siebert. introduced
HR2 Virginia Beach Tragedy Fund; recognizing that Fund is performing an essential government service. in committee
# Title Status
SB1 Driver's license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. in committee
SB2 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple possession, civil penalty. in committee
SB3 Disorderly conduct in public places; school activities. in committee
SB4 Public School Assistance Fund and Program; created. in committee
SB5 Board of Education; uniform minimum standards modern; public school buildings. in committee
SB6 Voter referendum; issuance of state general obligation bonds for school facility modernization. in committee
SB7 Minimum wage; increases to $10 per hour effective July 1, 2020. in committee
SB8 Prevailing wage; public works contracts, penalty. in committee
SB9 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. in committee
SB10 Driver's license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. in committee
SB11 Disposable paper and plastic bags; local taxation per bag when provided to consumers. in committee
SB12 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty. in committee
SB13 Capitol Square; possessing or transporting a weapon within Square, penalty. in committee
SB14 Trigger activators; prohibition, penalty. in committee
SB15 Weapons; carrying into building owned or leased by the Commonwealth, penalty. in committee
SB16 Assault firearms and certain firearm magazines; prohibiting sale, transport, etc., penalties. in committee
SB17 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. in committee
SB18 Firearms; criminal history record information checks, age requirement, penalty. in committee
SB19 Records of marriages; identification of race. in committee
SB20 Juvenile Justice, Bd of; regs governing housing of youth pursuant to contracts with federal gov't. in committee
SB21 Abortion; parental consent requirement, ultrasound requirement, hospital regulations. in committee
SB22 Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty. in committee
SB23 Employment and public accommodation; prohibited discrimination, sexual orientation/gender identity. in committee
SB24 Agritourism activities; adds horseback riding or stabling to definition. in committee
SB25 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. in committee
SB26 Plastic bags; tax in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. in committee
SB27 Uninsured and underinsured motorist insurance policies; bad faith. in committee
SB28 Eminent domain; eliminates specific provisions for assessment of costs in certain proceedings. in committee
SB31 Eminent domain; costs for petition for distribution of funds, interest rate. in committee
SB32 Corporal punishment of a child with an object; penalty. in committee
SB33 Consumer finance companies; loans, licensing. in committee
SB34 Driver privilege cards; penalty. in committee
SB35 Firearms, etc.; permitted events. in committee
SB36 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming. in committee
SB37 Open-end credit plans; civil penalty. in committee
SB38 Open-end credit plans; governing law. in committee
SB39 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. in committee
SB40 Line of Duty Act; eligible dependents. in committee
SB41 Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children, Va. Council on; membership. in committee
SB42 Aggravated sexual battery by false representation or subterfuge; penalty. in committee
SB43 Absentee voting; prohibiting release of absentee voter applicant list. in committee
SB44 Public elementary and secondary school students; use of topical sunscreen, etc. in committee
SB45 Absentee voting; no excuse required. in committee
SB46 Absentee voting; application form contents. in committee
SB47 Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children, Va. Council on the; membership. in committee
SB48 Nonpayment of wages; discriminatory actions prohibited. in committee
SB49 Nonpayment of wages; investigations. in committee
SB50 Virginia Human Rights Act; racial discrimination, hair. in committee
SB51 Carrying a concealed handgun; consumption of alcohol in a public park, penalty. in committee
SB52 Opioid addiction treatment pilot program; DBHDS, et al., to establish in Planning District 12. in committee
SB53 Social Work, Board of; licensure by endorsement. in committee
SB54 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school security officers. in committee
SB55 Sex offenders in emergency shelters; notification, penalty. in committee
SB56 Congressional and state legislative districts; criteria by which districts are to be drawn. in committee
SB57 Campaign finance reports; electronic filing requirement, local and constitutional offices. in committee
SB58 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. in committee
SB59 Juvenile law-enforcement records; disclosures to school principals. in committee
SB60 Capital outlay plan bills; modifies requirements of Governor's submission of bills. in committee
SB61 Custody and visitation arrangements; use of cannabidiol oil or THC-A oil by foster parent, etc. in committee
SB62 Marriage records; divorce and annulment reports, eliminates requirement for identification of race. in committee
SB63 Reckless driving; exceeding speed limit. in committee
SB64 Paramilitary activities; penalty. in committee
SB65 Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements. in committee
SB66 Va. Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices, sexual orientation and gender, etc. in committee
SB67 Firearms; reporting those lost or stolen, civil penalty. in committee
SB68 Provision of abortion; ultrasound requirement. in committee
SB69 Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty. in committee
SB70 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information check, penalty. in committee
SB71 Firearms; possession on school property. in committee
SB72 Public defender offices; Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park and County of Prince William. in committee
SB73 Minimum wage; increases to $10 per hour effective July 1, 2020, etc. in committee
SB74 Election day voter registration; State Board of Elections to develop a pilot program, report. in committee
SB75 Minors; allowing access to firearms, penalty. in committee
SB76 Protective orders; possession of firearms, penalty. in committee
SB77 Student loans; licensing of qualified education loan servicers, civil penalties, report. in committee
SB78 Minimum wage; pay based on work done. in committee
SB79 Minimum wage; tipped employees. in committee
SB80 Student journalists; freedom of speech and the press. in committee
SB81 Minimum wage; increases to $9.75 per hour, effective July 1, 2020, etc. in committee
SB82 Protective order; violation of order, armed with firearm or other deadly weapon. in committee
SB83 Firearms; brandishing, etc., at a law-enforcement officer, penalty. in committee
SB84 Firearms; concealment while committing certain felonies, penalty. in committee
SB85 Stolen firearms; penalties. in committee
SB86 Firearms; use or display while committing felony, penalty. in committee
SB87 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of City of Va. Beach bearing the legend VB STRONG. in committee
SB88 Discharging firearm; penalty. in committee
SB89 Protective orders; violation of order while armed with firearm or other deadly weapon, etc. in committee
SB90 Capital murder; punishment. in committee
SB91 Parole; application of statutes. in committee
SB92 Voter registration; preregistration for persons age 16 or older. in committee
SB93 Taxes on income, wills, and administrations; exemption for victims of the Va. Beach mass shooting. in committee
SB94 Virginia Energy Plan; relating to the Commonwealth Energy Policy. in committee
SB95 Health insurance; essential health benefits, preventive services. in committee
SB96 Norfolk, City of; amending charter, employees of officers, vagrants. in committee
SB97 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. in committee
SB98 Public elementary & secondary school teachers; probationary term of service, performance evaluation. in committee
SB99 Higher educational institutions, public; admissions applications, criminal history information. in committee
SB100 Locality health insurance policies; option of including independent-contractor emergency services. in committee
SB101 Driver's license; scanning information. in committee
SB103 Juvenile offenders; parole. in committee
SJ1 United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment. in committee
SJ2 Constitutional amendment; personal reproductive liberty (first reference). in committee
SJ3 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). in committee
SJ4 Celebrating the life of Alan Arnold Diamonstein. introduced
SJ5 United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment. in committee
SJ6 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). in committee
SJ7 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). in committee
SJ8 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote. in committee
SJ9 JLARC; reinstatement of discretionary parole, report. in committee
SR1 Norfolk Police Department; commending. introduced
SR2 Celebrating the life of Georgia M. Shivers. introduced
SR3 Virginia Beach Tragedy Fund; recognizing that Fund is performing an essential government service. in committee