2019 Bills

3,332 bills found.

# Title Status
HB76 Political campaign advertisements; disclosure requirements, advertisements placed, etc. dead
HB218 License plates, special; ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELK FOUNDATION. dead
HB246 Virginia Code Commission; duties. dead
HB277 Guardians ad litem for children; report requirements, certification form. continued
HB295 Resident stickers; turns in certain residential areas. dead
HB330 Public elementary and secondary school students; use of unscented topical sunscreen. dead
HB338 Medicaid; Training, Education, Employment, and Opportunity Program for able-bodied adult recipients. dead
HB362 Law-enforcement officer; change in definition, security division of the Virginia Lottery. dead
HB372 School calendar; opening day of the school year. dead
HB525 Carnal knowledge of pretrial or posttrial offender; bail bondsmen, increases penalty. dead
HB541 Veterans, certain; alternative treatment options. dead
HB611 Certificate of public need; issuance for new neonatal care services in Planning District 5. dead
HB622 Sex offenders; prohibited entry onto school property, penalty. dead
HB659 Distance learning reciprocity agreements; out-of-state providers. dead
HB670 Standards of Quality; local match for basic aid, debt service on projects in school divisions. dead
HB676 Children; services for deaf or hard of hearing. dead
HB692 Virginia Regional Industrial Facilities Act; revenue sharing, composite index. dead
HB747 Veterinarians; exemption from sales and use tax on purchase or prescription of drugs and medicines. dead
HB777 Emergency air medical transportation; informed decision. dead
HB786 Taxes, local; taxpayer's application to court to correct erroneous assessments. dead
HB787 Real property taxes; appeals to boards of equalization. dead
HB809 School boards, local; display of commercial advertising material on school buses. dead
HB874 Certificates of public need; creates a three-phase process to sunset requirements. dead
HB885 Conventional or alternative onsite sewage systems; authority of the Board of Health. dead
HB896 Motor vehicle dealer; clarifies definition. dead
HB960 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; marketing plan information, report. dead
HB966 Income tax, sales tax, etc.; refundable credit for certain local taxes. dead
HB998 Parental or legal custodial powers, temporary delegation; child-placing agency. continued
HB1033 Testing of bodily fluids; deemed consent. continued
HB1137 Commuter Rail Operating and Capital Fund; established. dead
HB1210 Post-election audits; definition. dead
HB1252 Renewable energy power purchase agreements; pilot programs. dead
HB1320 Division-level performance assessments; DOE to develop and distribute resource guide. dead
HB1325 Provisional voting; persons voting in split precincts. dead
HB1424 Recounts; number permitted, tie votes. dead
HB1435 Initiation of a civil action; duties of clerk of general district court. continued
HB1557 Intangible personal property; personal property used in manufacturing. dead
HB1584 Health insurance; balance billing for ancillary services. dead
HB1606 Certificate of public need; psychiatric beds and services. dead
HB1611 Virginia College Savings Plan; definitions, prepaid tuition contracts, pricing reserves. approved
HB1612 Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; fees, boat ramps. dead
HB1613 Wanton waste; penalty. signed by governor
HB1614 Stormwater Management Fund, local; locality by ordinance authorized to create. approved
HB1615 Elections; date of June primary election. dead
HB1616 Firearms; use or display during commission of a felony, killing or injuring police animals, penalty. dead
HB1617 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use of campaign funds, civil penalty. dead
HB1618 Income tax, state; itemization. dead
HB1619 Children's Services Act; special education programs. dead
HB1620 Elections, State Board of; membership, appointment of Commissioner of Elections. passed
HB1621 Hunting license; trip hunting license for residents. signed by governor
HB1622 Child abuse or neglect; out-of-court and recorded statements made by a child. approved
HB1623 Military families; relocation to the Commonwealth, student registration. approved
HB1624 Sanctions; other frivolous pleadings. dead
HB1625 Animal care; adequate shelter, exposure to heat or cold. approved
HB1626 Animal fighting; one or more tethered cocks. approved
HB1627 Child welfare agencies; Commissioner of Social Services shall prioritize inspection of agencies. approved
HB1628 Absentee voting; persons age 65 or older. dead
HB1629 Virginia Public Procurement Act; request for proposals, publication. approved
HB1630 Judges, substitute; powers and duties, entry of a final order. dead
HB1631 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school security officers. dead
HB1632 Virginia Public Procurement Act; multiple award indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contracting. dead
HB1633 Lt. Bradford T. Clark Memorial Bridge; designating as State Route 627 bridge in Hanover County. dead
HB1634 Sales and Use Tax; additional local tax in Halifax County. approved
HB1635 Fossil fuel projects moratorium; clean energy mandates. dead
HB1636 Unmanned aircraft system; trespass, military airfield or military helicopter landing zone, penalty. approved
HB1637 License plates, special; PROTECT SEA LIFE. signed by governor
HB1638 Virginia Lottery; regulation of sports betting, creation of certain Funds, etc. dead
HB1639 Medical Assistance Services, Department of; payment for certain services to hospice patients. signed by governor
HB1640 Health carriers; services provided by nurse practitioners. approved
HB1641 Absentee voting; no-excuse absentee. dead
HB1642 Restrictive housing; data collection and reporting, Department of Corrections to submit report. approved
HB1643 Teacher licensure; alternate routes. incorporated
HB1644 Firearms; reporting when lost or stolen, civil penalty. dead
HB1645 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. dead
HB1646 Virginia Preschool Initiative; enrollment, funding. dead
HB1647 Virginia Fair Housing Law; prohibits discriminating in application of land use ordinances. dead
HB1648 Pedestrian crossings; Town of Ashland may provide signs at crosswalks requiring drivers to yield. signed by governor
HB1649 Boundary agreement, local; locality allowed to attach to their petitions to circuit court a GIS map. approved
HB1650 Lottery; disclosure of identity of winners. approved
HB1651 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount. dead
HB1652 School calendar; opening day of the school year. approved
HB1653 Custody and visitation arrangements; best interests of the child, domestic abuse, child abuse. dead
HB1654 Prohibited public carrying of certain firearms in public areas; penalty. dead
HB1655 Real property tax; exemption for disabled veterans, surviving spouse's ability to move. signed by governor
HB1656 School security officers; employment by private or religious schools, carrying a firearm. signed by governor
HB1657 Alcoholic beverage control; creates an annual mixed beverage performing arts facility license. signed by governor
HB1658 Vote by mail; Department of Elections to develop a pilot program. dead
HB1659 Child abuse and neglect; mandatory reporters. approved
HB1660 Landlord and tenant; landlord may obtain certain insurance for tenant, notice to tenant. approved
HB1661 Benefits consortium; formation by a sponsoring association as a nonprofit agricultural organization. passed
HB1662 Child restraint devices and safety belts; exempts emergency and law-enforcement vehicles. signed by governor
HB1663 Restaurants; certified food protection manager, exemption of certain establishments. approved
HB1664 Out-of-state conviction of drug offenses; petition for restricted driver's license. signed by governor
HB1665 Court-established community service programs; community service work in lieu of pymt. of fine, etc. dead
HB1666 University of Virginia's College at Wise; reduced rate tuition. signed by governor
HB1667 Va. Public Procurement Act; statute of limitations on actions on construction contracts, bonds, etc. dead
HB1668 Virginia Public Procurement Act; high-risk contracts, report. approved
HB1669 Disposable paper and plastic bags; local taxation per bag when provided to consumers. dead
HB1670 Affordable housing; City of Richmond added to list with authority to provide dwelling unit program. dead
HB1671 Child abuse and neglect; investigation of an individual by local boards of social services. approved
HB1672 Income tax, state; tax credit for paid leave for organ donors. dead
HB1673 Protective orders, preliminary; full hearing date if an act of God causes closure of a court, etc. signed by governor
HB1674 Abuse and neglect of incapacitated adults; informed consent. signed by governor
HB1675 Servicemembers Civil Relief Act; attorney fees. approved
HB1676 Indigenous Peoples Day; renames the special Day of Appreciation for American Indians, etc. dead
HB1677 Motor vehicles, certain; expands mileage for driving distance for testing, etc. signed by governor
HB1678 Golf carts and utility vehicles; adds Town of Dendron to list of towns that may authorize operation. signed by governor
HB1679 All-terrain vehicles (ATVs), mopeds, and off-road motorcycles; clarifies taxation on vehicles, etc. signed by governor
HB1680 Certificate of public need; changes to Medical Care Facilities Certificate of Public Need Program. dead
HB1681 Income tax, state; housing choice vouchers, eligible housing areas. signed by governor
HB1682 Dental services; contracts between carriers and providers, PPO network arrangement, etc. approved
HB1683 Electric cooperatives; authorized to increase or decrease its rates without SCC approval, etc. dead
HB1684 Waiver of extradition; a judge is required to revoke bail of any person who waives proceedings, etc. dead
HB1685 Public schools; enrolled students, disorderly conduct. dead
HB1686 Electric utilities; limitations on fossil fuel facilities. dead
HB1687 Nonpayment of wages; private cause of action by an employee. dead
HB1688 Elementary school, etc.; students not guilty of disorderly conduct, school property or school bus. dead
HB1689 Parole; exception to limitation on the application of parole statutes. dead
HB1690 Line of Duty Act; Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority police officers. dead
HB1691 Manufacture, import, sale, transfer, or possession of undetectable firearms; penalty. dead
HB1692 Medical assistance services; determination of income, personal needs allowance. dead
HB1693 High school family life education curricula; students with intellectual/developmental disabilities. dead
HB1694 Virginia Retirement System; E-911 dispatchers. dead
HB1695 Passing a stopped school bus; civil penalty. dead
HB1696 Killing of nuisance species; authorizes shooting, etc., from a stationary automobile. signed by governor
HB1697 Tow truck drivers; criminal history. dead
HB1698 Zoning Appeals, Board of; written order, certified mail. approved
HB1699 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use of campaign funds, civil penalty. dead
HB1700 Budget Bill. passed
HB1701 Gender-neutral terms; assisted conception, prohibitions on same-sex marriage and civil unions, etc. dead
HB1702 Library of Virginia; disposition of official correspondence of the Governor. passed senate
HB1703 Aviation jet fuel; taxation, distribution of certain revenue to Metro. Washington Airport Authority. dead
HB1704 Higher educational institutions; financial aid award notification. approved
HB1705 Dulles Airport Access Road; use of certain high-occupancy vehicles on the eastbound lanes. dead
HB1706 Workers' compensation; declares PTSD suffered by a first responder as an occupational disease, etc. dead
HB1707 Campaign finance; audits of campaign finance reports for certain campaign committees. dead
HB1708 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of recovery from addiction - RECOVERY MATTERS. dead
HB1709 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Va. State Parks. signed by governor
HB1710 Public school buses; seat belts. dead
HB1711 Motor vehicle registration, licensing, and certificates of title statutes; reorganization, etc. signed by governor
HB1712 Vehicle registration; dismissal of summons for expiration, proof of compliance. signed by governor
HB1713 Employment; prohibited retaliatory action. dead
HB1714 Balance billing; emergency services. dead
HB1715 Dams; prohibited vegetation, certain wetland vegetation allowed. signed by governor
HB1716 Criminal sexual assault; definition of sexual abuse, complaining witness under age 13. dead
HB1717 Employment discrimination; prohibited against electoral board members & assistant general registrar. dead
HB1718 Electric utilities; fuel cost recovery. dead
HB1719 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act of 2006; applicability to certain candidates for town offices. approved
HB1720 Cannabidiol oil and THC-A oil; possession or distribution at public school. approved
HB1721 Child abuse and neglect; mandatory reporters. dead
HB1722 Remote sales & use tax collection; sufficient activity by dealers/marketplace facilitators, waiver. approved
HB1723 County board of supervisors; presiding officers, terminology. dead
HB1724 Grow Your Own Teacher Pilot Programs Fund; created. dead
HB1725 Public school building security enhancements; compliance with Uniform Statewide Building Code, etc. signed by governor
HB1726 Mail voter registration application forms; distribution to certain public and private institutions. signed by governor
HB1727 Virginia Lottery; personal identifying information of prize winners, etc. dead
HB1728 Post-adoption contact & communication agreements; authority to enter into agreements. signed by governor
HB1729 Guidance counselors; changes name to school counselors, staff time. signed by governor
HB1730 Foster care; security freeze on credit report. approved
HB1731 Treasurers, local; recordkeeping. signed by governor
HB1732 School safety procedures; emergency situations, annual training. signed by governor
HB1733 School boards; local law-enforcement agencies, memorandums of understanding. approved
HB1734 School and Campus Safety, Virginia Center for; threat assessment, case management tool. approved
HB1735 Student Behavioral Health, Commission on; established, report. passed senate
HB1736 Community Integration Advisory Commission; extends sunset provision. dead
HB1737 School crisis, emergency management, and medical emergency response plans; development and review. signed by governor
HB1738 School buildings; plans to be reviewed by a professional trained & experienced in crime prevention. signed by governor
HB1739 Public School Security Equipment Grant Act of 2013; eligible security equipment. dead
HB1740 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; exemptions. approved
HB1741 Housing assistance program; failure to disclose material facts in order to obtain aid or benefits. dead
HB1742 Marsh Criminal-Traffic Division/Manchester General District Court, etc.; concurrent jurisdiction. approved
HB1743 Pharmacist; counseling for new prescriptions, disposal of medicine. signed by governor
HB1744 Smoking; unlawful in motor vehicle with a minor present. dead
HB1745 Juvenile offenders; eligibility for parole. dead
HB1746 Virginia Initiative for Employment Not Welfare; name change. signed by governor
HB1747 Workers' compensation; retaliatory discharge of employee. dead
HB1748 Workers' compensation; employer to notify employee of intent. dead
HB1749 Workers' compensation; foreign injuries. dead
HB1750 Workers' compensation; coverage for certain employees. dead
HB1751 Forgery; venue for prosecution. signed by governor
HB1752 Election day; school holiday. dead
HB1753 School buildings; electronic room partitions. approved
HB1754 Digital devices; deactivation or alteration of embedded software. dead
HB1755 Broadband services; prohibited features. dead
HB1756 Income tax, state; subtraction for military veterans with a permanent service-connected disability. dead
HB1757 Minimum wage; tipped employees, classification. dead
HB1758 Adoption by stepparent; background checks. dead
HB1759 Insurance holding companies; supervision of internationally active insurance groups. approved
HB1760 Student loans; licensing of qualified education loan servicers, civil penalties, report. dead
HB1761 State correctional facilities; procurement by public bodies of articles produced or manufactured. dead
HB1762 Worker cooperatives; established as a category of cooperative associations. dead
HB1763 Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk of injury to himself, etc., penalties. dead
HB1764 Government employees; strikes. dead
HB1765 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school security officers. dead
HB1766 Newport News, City of; amending charter, inaugural meeting of newly elected council. signed by governor
HB1767 Wrongful death beneficiaries; parents of decedent who receive support or services, etc. signed by governor
HB1768 Certificate of title; vehicle used as a taxicab. signed by governor
HB1769 Menhaden; VMRC to adopt regulations for managing the Commonwealth's fishery. dead
HB1770 Alcoholic beverage control; Sunday store hours, distiller commission. approved
HB1771 Virginia Juvenile Community Crime Control Act; prevention of juvenile crime prior to intake. signed by governor
HB1772 Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council; advisory opinions, evidence in civil proceeding. approved
HB1773 Pawnbrokers; amends definition to only include natural persons. signed by governor
HB1774 Pawning goods; unexpired government-issued identification card required. approved
HB1775 Protective services for adults; multidisciplinary teams to assist local depts. of social services. dead
HB1776 Tannerite; prohibition or regulation by localities. dead
HB1777 Parking of certain vehicles; regulation in the Town of Cape Charles. signed by governor
HB1778 Transient occupancy tax; taxes on room rentals, etc., in state parks. passed committee
HB1779 Riparian planting ground; assignment eligibility. signed by governor
HB1780 Salvage vehicles; removes requirement that a vehicle be late model. dead
HB1781 Vehicle safety inspections; maximum charges. dead
HB1782 Court-established community service programs; community service work in lieu of pymt. of fine, etc. dead
HB1783 Forestry, Department of; conveyance of easement in Buckingham County. signed by governor
HB1784 Alcoholic beverage control; spirit samples. dead
HB1785 Food establishment inspections; exemptions for private homes where resident processes yogurt. dead
HB1786 Vehicles on sidewalks; use of power-driven mobility devices. signed by governor
HB1787 Students; offenses reportable by juvenile intake officers to school division superintendents. signed by governor
HB1788 Virginia Public Records Act; implementation in local school divisions, recommendations. approved
HB1789 Railroads; freight train crew size requirements, civil penalty. dead
HB1790 Absentee voting; certain absentee voters permitted to vote after close of absentee voting location. approved
HB1791 Guidance counselors; changes the name to school counselors. dead
HB1792 Employment; covenants not to compete, low-wage employees. dead
HB1793 Public schools; lock-down drills, notice to parents. dead
HB1794 Early voting; any registered voter allowed to vote early without providing reason, etc. dead
HB1795 Student voters; Virginia voter registration. dead
HB1796 Virginia Public Procurement Act; competitive negotiation, price for professional services. dead
HB1797 Juveniles; places of confinement, separation of juveniles from adult offenders. dead
HB1798 Call centers, etc.; procurement of state business-related work. dead
HB1799 Criminal cases and traffic infractions; eliminates accrual of interest on fines and costs. dead
HB1800 Correctional facilities, local; voting information for persons incarcerated. dead
HB1801 Conditional rezoning proffers; extensive changes to zoning provisions. dead
HB1802 Amber warning lights; vehicles hauling forest products authorized to use. signed by governor
HB1803 Controlled substances; adds certain chemicals to Schedule I and Schedule II. signed by governor
HB1804 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases, review of program. approved
HB1805 License plates, special; VIRGINIA LOVES TEACHERS. dead
HB1806 Right to work; union shops and agency shops. dead
HB1807 State share for basic aid; duration of certain agreements. approved
HB1808 Assault and battery in the presence of a minor; penalty. dead
HB1809 Electric utilities; renewable energy and energy efficiency programs. dead
HB1810 Central registry; retention of records. dead
HB1811 Handheld personal communications devices; prohibition on holding while driving. passed senate
HB1812 DMAS; waiver eligibility criteria, dependents of foreign service members. approved
HB1813 Alcoholic beverage control; possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages by interdicted persons. dead
HB1814 Deferral of jury service; persons who have legal custody/responsibility for care of a child. approved
HB1815 Assisted living facilities; emergency electrical power source, disclosure to prospective residents. approved
HB1816 Land preservation tax credit; extends allowable time to claim credit. signed by governor
HB1817 Prostitution; promoting travel, penalty. approved
HB1818 Parking ordinances; enforcement by locality with a population of at least 40,000. approved
HB1819 Child support enforcement; fees. signed by governor
HB1820 Nondisclosure or confidentiality agreements; sexual assault, condition of employment. signed by governor
HB1821 Virginia Public Procurement Act; debarment for nonpayment of unemployment taxes. dead
HB1822 Virginia Water Quality Improvement Fund; grant for wastewater conveyance facility, etc. approved
HB1823 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. dead
HB1824 State employees; sick leave for certain disabled veterans. dead
HB1825 Employment of persons 18 years of age or older, etc., in a sexually oriented business; prohibited. dead
HB1826 Physicians; advertising. approved
HB1827 Tethering animals; adequate space. dead
HB1828 Sale of caskets; preneed arrangements for funeral services. approved
HB1829 Public campaign financing; counties and cities may establish for certain offices. dead
HB1830 Higher educational institutions, certain; sexual violence policies, student rights. dead
HB1831 Higher educational institutions, public; disciplinary proceedings against enrolled students. dead
HB1832 License plates, special; Navy and Marine Corps Medal. signed by governor
HB1833 Investigations and reports by probation officers; persons eligible for parole. signed by governor
HB1834 Binary explosives; use, penalty. dead
HB1835 Advanced Learning and Research, Institute for; president, duties. signed by governor
HB1836 Fire insurance policies; change in amount of coverage. approved
HB1837 Students; eligibility for free or reduced price lunch, dual enrollment, tuition or fees. dead
HB1838 Virginia Regional Industrial Facilities Act; revenue sharing, composite index. approved
HB1839 Industrial hemp; federal Farm Bill. approved
HB1840 Business parks; pilot program to facilitate construction of electric transmission facilities. approved
HB1841 Pharmaceutical processors; employment, misdemeanors. approved
HB1842 License plates, special; former members of the Virginia General Assembly. dead
HB1843 Driver privilege cards; penalty. dead
HB1844 Teachers; annual report on shortages in each school division. dead
HB1845 Owner or employee of bail bond company, etc. dead
HB1846 Motor Vehicles, Department of; service charges for in-person transactions. dead
HB1847 Wellness and Opportunity, Commission on; established, report. dead
HB1848 Health Professions, Department of; disclosure of investigative information. approved
HB1849 Dental hygienist; remote supervision of a dentist employed by DBHDS. signed by governor
HB1850 Minimum wage; increases to $9.00 per hour effective July 1, 2019. dead
HB1851 Income tax, state; advances conformity of the Commonwealth's tax code with the federal tax code. dead
HB1852 Civil commitment of sexually violent predators; petition for release, procedures. dead
HB1853 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; home-based businesses. signed by governor
HB1854 Education, Department of; workgroup on social and emotional learning. dead
HB1855 Charitable Gaming Board; Texas Hold'em poker events. dead
HB1856 Firearms; libraries owned or operated by localities. dead
HB1857 Health insurance; credits for retired school division employees. dead
HB1858 Virginia Grocery Investment Program and Fund; created, report. dead
HB1859 Virginia Human Rights Act; pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, causes of action. dead
HB1860 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; nonpayment of rent, written notice of termination. dead
HB1861 Police & court records; expungement of records relating to misdemeanor/nonviolent felony conviction. dead
HB1862 Employees; break time and location to express breast milk. dead
HB1863 Abortion; informed written consent. dead
HB1864 Health insurance; nondiscrimination, gender identity or transgender status. dead
HB1865 Towing fees; sets maximum towing hookup and initial towing fees. approved
HB1866 Annual local audit; notice of delay. approved
HB1867 Motor vehicle insurance; compliance verification by DMV. signed by governor
HB1868 Virginia Index of Performance incentive program; renamed Exemplar School Recognition Program. approved
HB1869 Net energy metering; schools. dead
HB1870 Certificate of public need; nursing homes and hospitals, establishing a disaster exemption. approved
HB1871 Virginia Initiative for Employment Not Welfare (VIEW); transitional child care. signed by governor
HB1872 Motorcycles and autocycles; protective helmets, organ donor exemption. dead
HB1873 School resource officers and school security officers; data on use of force against students, etc. dead
HB1874 Cruelty to animals; increases penalty. approved
HB1875 Northern Neck Ginger Ale; designating as the official soft drink of the Commonwealth. dead
HB1876 Barbers and Cosmetology, Bd. for; license by endorsement, issuance of license to spouse of military. dead
HB1877 Adult education programs; requires year-round operation of programs by local school divisions. dead
HB1878 Naloxone; possession and administration by regional jail employees. signed by governor
HB1879 Stormwater management facilities; private residential lots, disclosure. dead
HB1880 State environmental boards; appointment of members. dead
HB1881 Public schools; instruction on the hazards of nicotine vapor products. approved
HB1882 In-state tuition; eligibility, certain individuals who have applied for permanent residency. dead
HB1883 Motor vehicle insurance policies; foster parents and foster children. approved
HB1884 State correctional facilities; visitors wearing tampons or menstrual cups. approved
HB1885 Health, Department of and Board of; mitigating the risks of radon. approved
HB1886 Professional Football Team Franchise Facility Incentives; Interstate Compact on Washington Area. dead
HB1887 Human trafficking hotline; posting information. approved
HB1888 Sexual abuse; limitations period. dead
HB1889 Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; meetings requirement. approved
HB1890 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming, penalties. dead
HB1891 Food stamps; eligibility, drug-related felonies. dead
HB1892 Small business procurement enhancement program; established, report. dead
HB1893 Waynesboro, City of; amending charter, city council procedures, real estate tax assessments. signed by governor
HB1894 Dog previously found dangerous; owner's failure to comply, disposition of dog. dead
HB1895 Irvington, Town of; amending charter, updates the town's boundary description, etc. approved
HB1896 European honey bee; designating as the official state pollinator. dead
HB1897 Equine activity liability; carriage rides. dead
HB1898 Virginia Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; tenant's right of redemption. approved
HB1899 Concealed handgun permits; demonstration of competence. dead
HB1900 Health Care Provider Credentials Data Solution Fund; created, blockchain technology. dead
HB1901 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; rights of lot owners. dead
HB1902 Solar Demonstration Projects Grant Program; established, Solar Energy Special Fund created. dead
HB1903 Criminal history record information; limitations on dissemination of information. dead
HB1904 Voter registration; registration on election day, registration of provisional voters, etc. dead
HB1905 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage referendum, exception. signed by governor
HB1906 Residential automatic pesticide misting systems; prohibition, civil penalties. dead
HB1907 Localities and school divisions; posting of register of funds expended. dead
HB1908 Sixth grade science; Department of Education, et al., shall update curriculum. passed committee
HB1909 Habeas corpus; reorganizes, updates outdated language, and removes unused provisions. signed by governor
HB1910 Drug paraphernalia and controlled paraphernalia; fentanyl testing products. dead
HB1911 Duties of drivers approaching stationary vehicles displaying certain warning lights; penalty. passed
HB1912 'Virginia, the Home of My Heart' by Susan Greenbaum; designating as the official state folk song. dead
HB1913 Subdivision ordinance; sidewalks. approved
HB1914 Public health practitioners; requirements for issuing prescriptions, exceptions. approved
HB1915 Cancer patients; expedited review of adverse coverage determinations. approved
HB1916 State agencies and employees; break time and location for employees to express breast milk. approved
HB1917 DOC; Director to establish health care continuous quality improvement committee. approved
HB1918 Corrections, Board of; minimum standards for health care services in local correctional facilities. approved
HB1919 Dual Enrollment Faculty Credential Grant Fund and Program; established. dead
HB1920 New Economy Workforce Credential Grant Fund and Program; grant priority. approved
HB1921 School boards; unexpended local funds may be used to finance capital projects. dead
HB1922 Summons for unlawful detainer; initial hearing, subsequent filings, termination notice. signed by governor
HB1923 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; noncompliance with rental agreement, etc. approved
HB1924 Summons; attendance before commissions of another state. approved
HB1925 Assumed/fictitious name certificate; conforms 1/1/2020 as date where certificates are to be filed. approved
HB1926 Traffic cameras; data retention. dead
HB1927 Special identification card; applicants who are blind or vision impaired. signed by governor
HB1928 Renewable energy power purchase agreements; pilot programs. dead
HB1929 Campaign finance; disclosure of all contributors. dead
HB1930 Concussions in student-athletes; guidelines, policies, and procedures shall be biennially updated. signed by governor
HB1931 Practice of athletic training; amends definition. dead
HB1932 Mineral mining; increases permit fees. approved
HB1933 Prisoners; medical and mental health treatment of those incapable of giving consent. approved
HB1934 Electric vehicle charging stations; operation by certain state agencies. approved
HB1935 Inmate workforces; eligibility for voluntary participation. signed by governor
HB1936 Higher educational institutions, public; in-state tuition, foreign service officer. approved
HB1937 Real property tax; exemptions for elderly and handicapped, computation of income limitation. signed by governor
HB1938 Blind or vision impaired; definition. signed by governor
HB1939 Regulatory boards; adjustment of fees, distribution of excess fees to regulants. approved
HB1940 Child Pornography Registry; contents of Registry, criminal investigations, report. approved
HB1941 Driving while intoxicated or operating watercraft while intoxicated; maiming, etc., of another. approved
HB1942 Behavioral health services; exchange of medical and mental health information and records. approved
HB1943 Chief Medical Examiner; process for testing certain blood samples. dead
HB1944 Civil actions; determination of indigency. approved
HB1945 No-fault divorce; waiver of service of process. signed by governor
HB1946 Cigarette tax, local; authority of certain counties, use of proceeds for school construction. dead
HB1947 Elementary or secondary school, private or public; threats to bomb/damage, false info as to danger. dead
HB1948 Local salt severance license taxes; authorizes any county or city to levy. dead
HB1949 Rainwater harvesting; water for human consumption. dead
HB1950 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption, nonprofits, limited liability companies. signed by governor
HB1951 Southwestern Virginia Training Center; disposition of property in Carroll County. dead
HB1952 Patient care teams; podiatrists and physician assistants. signed by governor
HB1953 Child abuse or neglect; appeals from founded complaints, concurrent criminal investigations. signed by governor
HB1954 Uniform Power of Attorney Act; recovery of attorney fees. approved
HB1955 Appellate damages; specifies that when any judgment is affirmed, etc. signed by governor
HB1956 Firearms, etc.; permitted events. dead
HB1957 Children in need of services; disposition, certification by parent that firearms are secure. dead
HB1958 Campaign finance; political action committees established by investor-owned electric utilities. dead
HB1959 Absentee voting; no-excuse in-person available 21 days prior to election. dead
HB1960 Alcoholic beverage control; manufacture/sale of low alcohol beverage cooler. approved
HB1961 Virginia Public Procurement Act; exempts DCR from Act, etc. dead
HB1962 Common Interest Community Board; issuance of compliance orders. approved
HB1963 Fort Monroe Authority; changes definition of 'Area of Operation.' approved
HB1964 Freedom of Information Act; Fort Monroe Authority, closed meeting exemption. approved
HB1965 Fort Monroe Authority; payments to the City of Hampton in lieu of real property taxes. approved
HB1966 Uniform Statewide Building Code; issuance of building permits. approved
HB1967 Physicians; allowing for competition and additional entities. dead
HB1968 Virginia National Guard; state active duty pay. dead
HB1969 School boards; unexpended local funds. dead
HB1970 Telemedicine services; payment and coverage of services. signed by governor
HB1971 Health professions and facilities; adverse action in another jurisdiction. signed by governor
HB1972 Virginia College Savings Plan; prepaid tuition contracts, etc. approved
HB1973 Historical African American cemeteries; adds two cemeteries in Pulaski County. signed by governor
HB1974 Motor vehicle rental tax; filing returns. signed by governor
HB1975 PACE program; DMAS to develop and implement a plan to provide client education. approved
HB1976 Hate crimes; reporting to State Police. dead
HB1977 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification. dead
HB1978 Digital Citizenship, Internet Safety, and Media Literacy Advisory Council; established. dead
HB1979 Assisted conception; amends statute to provide gender-neutral terminology, etc. approved
HB1980 Income tax, state; conformity, increase in standard deduction. dead
HB1981 Virginia Correctional Enterprises; procedure for exemptions to the mandatory purchase provisions. signed by governor
HB1982 Virginia War Memorial Board; abolished. dead
HB1983 Rail Enhancement Fund; matching funds. signed by governor
HB1984 Legal holidays; Election Day. dead
HB1985 Alternative education programs; Department of Education to annually collect data on programs. signed by governor
HB1986 Children in residence or custody; participation in educational programs. approved
HB1987 Aged or incapacitated adults; financial exploitation, authority to refuse transactions. approved
HB1988 Military retirement benefits; marital share. approved
HB1989 Extended Employment Services; removes eligibility of individuals with a significant disability. dead
HB1990 Barbers and cosmetologists; exemptions. dead
HB1991 Domestic terrorism offenses; penalty. dead
HB1992 Localities; regulation of firearms in government buildings. dead
HB1993 Recounts; special election to be held in the case of a tie vote. dead
HB1994 Child care providers; fingerprint background checks. dead
HB1995 Newport News, City of; amending charter, inaugural meeting of newly elected council. dead
HB1996 Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria. dead
HB1997 Public elementary and secondary school students; protective orders, notification. approved
HB1998 HIV or hepatitis B or C viruses; exposure to bodily fluids, infection, expedited testing, petition. approved
HB1999 Emergency Management, Department of; responsibilities of political subdivisions. dead
HB2000 State agencies; maximum temperature at which certain rooms may be kept. dead
HB2001 Virginia Minimum Wage Act; removes exemptions that exclude newsboys, shoe-shine boys. dead
HB2002 Hopewell, City of; amending charter, appointment of president of city council. signed by governor
HB2003 Major business facility job tax credit; extends sunset date. approved
HB2004 Community health worker; VDH to approve one or more entities to certify workers in the Commonwealth. dead
HB2005 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); eligibility. approved
HB2006 Center; Sec. of Health & Human Resources, et al., to establish joint task force. dead
HB2007 Eviction; writs of possession and eviction. approved
HB2008 Energy career cluster; Department of Education, et al., to establish, report. approved
HB2009 Virginia Land Conservation Foundation; project proposals. approved
HB2010 Using flame producing instrument or device with intent to intimidate; penalty. dead
HB2011 License plates, special; MOVE OVER. approved
HB2012 Industrial development authority; King William County may expand the board of its authority. approved
HB2013 Alcoholic beverage control; definition of confectionery. dead
HB2014 Family First Prevention Services Act, federal; statutory alignment. approved
HB2015 Fraud prevention; DMAS to expand its existing program. approved
HB2016 New Kent County; Department of Forestry's conveyance of easement. signed by governor
HB2017 Auxiliary grants; supportive housing. approved
HB2018 Career and Technical Education Work-Based Learning Guide; Bd of Education shall review and revise. approved
HB2019 Residential real property; required disclosures of stormwater management facilities. approved
HB2020 Virginia Community College System; certain registered apprenticeships, uniform instruction. approved
HB2021 Va. Investment Performance Grant/Va. Economic Development Incentive Grant Programs; reauthorization. signed by governor
HB2022 Workers' compensation; tolling of statute of limitations. approved
HB2023 Lawn care service providers; limit on use of fertilizer, civil penalty. dead
HB2024 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school security officers. dead
HB2025 Driver privilege cards; penalty. dead
HB2026 Newborn screening; congenital cytomegalovirus. approved
HB2027 Action against parents for minor knowingly possessing on school property, civil liability. dead
HB2028 Occupation; legislation increasing or beginning regulation, evaluation required. approved
HB2029 Income tax, state; changes definition of resident estate or trust. dead
HB2030 Common interest communities; dissemination of annual budget, reserve for capital components. signed by governor
HB2031 Cyber centers of excellence; Department of Education to establish task force. dead
HB2032 Assault and battery against a family or household member; enhanced penalty, effective date. dead
HB2033 Turns into or out of certain residential areas; resident permits. approved
HB2034 Local electoral boards and general registrars; removal from office by circuit court, etc. vetoed
HB2035 Criminal history record information; screening individuals. signed by governor
HB2036 Larceny; prima facie evidence of intent to commit by employed caregiver of an adult. dead
HB2037 Diversifying Teacher Workforce Act; teacher licensure, criteria, etc. approved
HB2038 Extended service contract providers; bonding requirement, remedies, civil penalty. approved
HB2039 Supplemental motor vehicle sales locations; car shows. approved
HB2040 Background checks; persons providing care for elderly or disabled. dead
HB2041 Students; suspension, sufficient cause. dead
HB2042 Assault and battery against a family or household member; prior conviction, etc. passed
HB2043 Child care providers; background checks, portability. dead
HB2044 Medical records; subpoena duces tecum; additional time to comply. passed senate
HB2045 Recovery residences; certification by Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. approved
HB2046 Elections; form of ballot, ballot order. approved
HB2047 Oyster planting grounds; municipal dredging projects. approved
HB2048 Elections; changes date of June primary election and May general election. dead
HB2049 Health insurance; coverage for donated human breast milk. dead
HB2050 Certificate of public need; freestanding diagnostic imaging center. dead
HB2051 Cemeteries; development, local ordinance. dead
HB2052 Richmond, City of; amending charter, runoff elections. approved
HB2053 School boards; staffing ratios, guidance counselors. passed
HB2054 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; rental agreement, provisions made applicable by law. approved
HB2055 DHRM; review of employee recruitment, retention, and compensation, report. approved
HB2056 Law-enforcement officials; to knowingly, with intent to mislead an official, giving false reports. approved
HB2057 Chief Medical Examiner, Office of the; central office and facilities. approved
HB2058 Remote access to land records; fee, Department of General Services. approved
HB2059 Child support; nonpayment, amount of arrearage paid, suspension of driver's license. approved
HB2060 Real estate with delinquent taxes or liens; appointment of special commissioner, etc. approved
HB2061 Richmond, City of; restrictions on activities of former officers and employees. approved
HB2062 Ground water management; defines human consumption. dead
HB2063 Ground water withdrawals; waste. dead
HB2064 Ground water withdrawals; allocation. dead
HB2065 Telework expenses; advances expiration of tax credit. signed by governor
HB2066 Firearms, stolen; creates and enhances penalties. dead
HB2067 Public employment; prohibits discrimination on basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. dead
HB2068 Motor vehicle safety inspection; extends validity period for a new motor vehicle. dead
HB2069 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. dead
HB2070 Energy saving products; tax deduction. dead
HB2071 Virginia Public Procurement Act; job order contracting, limitations. approved
HB2072 Virginia Public Procurement Act; competitive negotiation for professional services. dead
HB2073 Alcoholic beverage control; happy hour advertising. signed by governor
HB2074 Custody and visitation arrangements; presumption of equal time. dead
HB2075 Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumptions. dead
HB2076 Petersburg, City of; amending charter, city manager shall serve as collector of city taxes, duties. dead
HB2077 Local audit; localities required to submit their annual local audit to Auditor of Public Accounts. dead
HB2078 Forfeiture on recognizance; bail bondsman, suspension of license. approved
HB2079 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple possession, penalty. dead
HB2080 Physical evidence recovery kit tracking system. approved
HB2081 Common Interest Community Board; association fees, etc. approved
HB2082 Birth control; definition. dead
HB2083 Workplace harassment; policies for legislative branch. dead
HB2084 Counties, certain; additional powers that include taxation, etc. dead
HB2085 Transit funding; raises the existing regional transportation fee, etc. dead
HB2086 Income tax, state; conformity, increase in standard deduction, refundable income tax credit. dead
HB2087 Prostitution-related crimes; minors, penalties. passed senate
HB2088 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act; offenses requiring registration. dead
HB2089 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; reregistration schedule. approved
HB2090 Remote sales & use tax collection; sufficient activity by dealers and marketplace facilitators, etc. dead
HB2091 Smoking; unlawful in motor vehicle with a minor present. dead
HB2092 Campaign finance; direct contributions from corporations and business entities prohibited. dead
HB2093 Virginia Fire Services Board; changes membership. signed by governor
HB2094 Virginia Personnel Act; hiring preference in state government for persons with disabilities. dead
HB2095 Local prohibition on single use plastic and expanded polystyrene products; local tax. dead
HB2096 Forfeiture of property used in connection with commission of crimes; finding of guilt required. dead
HB2097 Elections for certain offices, ranked choice voting, pilot program. dead
HB2098 Federal electronic logging device regulations; use of state funds prohibited. dead
HB2099 Professions and occupations; deregulation of certain professions. dead
HB2100 Natural gas automobile mechanics and technicians; removal of certification requirement. dead
HB2101 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; deregulation of certain practice. dead
HB2102 Students who receive home instruction; participation in interscholastic programs. dead
HB2103 Stormwater management plans; erosion and sediment control plans, portion of project. dead
HB2104 Public elementary and secondary schools; dress or grooming codes. dead
HB2105 Coal combustion residuals; Chesapeake Bay watershed, closure. dead
HB2106 Harassment by computer and electronic means; penalty. dead
HB2107 Public schools; parental review of certain anti-bullying and suicide prevention materials. approved
HB2108 Foster care agreements; rights of foster parent, dispute resolution. approved
HB2109 Guaranteed asset protection waivers; establishes requirements for offering waivers, etc. approved
HB2110 Income tax, state; advances conformity of the Commonwealth's tax code with the federal tax code. dead
HB2111 Immunity from civil liability; abuse of process, malicious prosecution, or emotional distress. dead
HB2112 Natural gas companies; right of entry upon property. dead
HB2113 Higher educational institutions, public; withdrawal of veteran student. dead
HB2114 License plates, special; members of the International Association of Fire Fighters. approved
HB2115 State Medical Facilities Plan; revisions. dead
HB2116 Disposition of the remains of a decedent; right to control. dead
HB2117 Electric utilities; retail competition, renewable energy. dead
HB2118 Forensic Science, Department of; accrediting bodies. approved
HB2119 Nonattorney attendance officer; motion for a rule to show cause, child in need of supervision. dead
HB2120 Paid Family and Medical Leave Program; established, financing through payroll taxes. dead
HB2121 Bail; data collection and reporting standards, report. dead
HB2122 Virginia Public Procurement Act; public works contracts, prevailing wage, penalty. dead
HB2123 School boards; boards permitted to enter into College and Career Access Pathways Partnerships. approved
HB2124 Length of school term; waiver for evacuation. approved
HB2125 Education, Board of; alternative pathway to the advanced studies diploma. dead
HB2126 Accident and sickness insurance; step therapy protocols. approved
HB2127 Children; maximizing amount of time minor children spend with each parent. dead
HB2128 Telemedicine; physicians licensed in contiguous jurisdictions. dead
HB2129 Nursing, Board of; application for license or certification by military spouse, expedited review. approved
HB2130 Election laws; time off to vote. dead
HB2131 Income tax, state; credit for low-income seniors. dead
HB2132 Crimes against incapacitated and vulnerable adults; penalties. dead
HB2133 Emergency Management, Virginia Department of; annual reporting requirements. approved
HB2134 Private security services businesses; qualifications, felony convictions. dead
HB2135 Notaries; qualifications, conviction of a felony. dead
HB2136 Evidence; accident reconstruction, criminal cases. dead
HB2137 Persons who are deaf or hard of hearing; replaces certain terminology. approved
HB2138 Fluorinated hydrocarbons or vapors; prohibited inhalants or other noxious chemical substances. signed by governor
HB2139 Transfer of development rights; specified sending and receiving areas. approved
HB2140 School calendar; opening of the school year, good cause waiver. approved
HB2141 Local service districts; broadband and telecommunications services. approved
HB2142 School protection officers; definition, compulsory minimum training standards. vetoed
HB2143 Air bags; counterfeit or nonfunctional bags prohibited. approved
HB2144 Duty-Free Lunch Grant Fund and Program; established. dead
HB2145 Teachers; model exit questionnaire, statewide implementation. dead
HB2146 Land development; conservation or replacement of trees, local option. dead
HB2147 Standards for Accreditation; review and corrective action. approved
HB2148 Form of ballot; uniformity of names of candidates. approved
HB2149 License plate, single; display on certain motor vehicles. dead
HB2150 Real property tax; exemption for the elderly and disabled, improvements to a dwelling. approved
HB2151 Trooper Mark Barrett Memorial Bridge; designating as the bridge on Meadow Road over Interstate 64. dead
HB2152 Virginia Retirement System; health insurance credits for retired state employees. dead
HB2153 Virginia Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Fund; created. dead
HB2154 Stormwater management; grandfathered land-disturbing activities. dead
HB2155 Vehicles stopped at crosswalks; prohibition on passing. dead
HB2156 Alcoholic beverage control; definition of 'day spa.' dead
HB2157 Minimum wage; increases to $10.10 per hour effective January 1, 2020, etc. dead
HB2158 Naloxone; expands list of individuals who may dispense. approved
HB2159 Plastic Pollution Prevention Advisory Council; established. dead
HB2160 Low-income taxpayers; refundable income tax credit. dead
HB2161 General Services, Department of; disposition of surplus materials. approved
HB2162 Kinship foster care; notice, family assessments. dead
HB2163 New media and technology innovation; establishes income tax credit. dead
HB2164 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; redefines 'small business.' dead
HB2165 Income tax, state; credit for solar energy equipment. dead
HB2166 Law-enforcement officer; change in definition, security division of Virginia Lottery. approved
HB2167 Corporate officer; deposition witness. signed by governor
HB2168 School Innovation, Modernization, and Competitiveness, Commission on; established. passed senate
HB2169 Physician assistants; licensure by endorsement. approved
HB2170 False caller identification information; penalty. approved
HB2171 Virginia Retirement System; erroneous benefits estimate, adjustment for certain members. dead
HB2172 Geriatric prisoners; conditional release, exceptions. dead
HB2173 Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and fee increases, public comment. approved
HB2174 Motor vehicle dealers; manufacturers and factory branch transfers, etc. approved
HB2175 Va. Residential Property Disclosure Act; disclosure of special flood hazard area. dead
HB2176 Real Estate Board; powers, license reciprocity. dead
HB2177 Health insurance; formula and enteral nutrition products. dead
HB2178 Virginia voter registration system; security plans and procedures, remedying security risks. approved
HB2179 Alcoholic beverage control; creates coworking establishment license. dead
HB2180 Semiconductor Manufacturing Grant Fund; created. signed by governor
HB2181 Radford University; authority to establish Radford University-Roanoke Division. signed by governor
HB2182 DGS; surplus property, opportunity for economic development entities to purchase. approved
HB2183 Commercial vehicles; training and testing. approved
HB2184 Volunteer license, special; issuance for limited practice. approved
HB2185 Virginia Rural Information Technology Apprenticeship Grant Fund and Program; established. approved
HB2186 Travel insurance; establishes procedures and requirements. approved
HB2187 Gas or oil drilling units; escrowed proceeds, Coalfield Region Elderly Assistance Fund. dead
HB2188 Social services, local departments of; bonuses for their officers, etc. dead
HB2189 Local government; taxing authority. dead
HB2190 Tobacco Indemnification & Community Revitalization Fund; investments in Va. Venture Capital Accts. dead
HB2191 Bank franchise; tax credit for student loan refinancing. dead
HB2192 Public school buildings and facilities; modernization. approved
HB2193 Grass; throwing or depositing certain substances on the highway. dead
HB2194 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for menstrual supplies. dead
HB2195 Minimum wage; tipped employees. dead
HB2196 Debt settlement services; civil penalties. dead
HB2197 Summary judgment; limited use of discovery depositions and affidavits. signed by governor
HB2198 Virginia Public Procurement Act; exempts counties, cities, etc., with population greater than 3,500. approved
HB2199 Preliminary removal order or preliminary protective order for a child; hearing, evidence. dead
HB2200 Voter referendum; independent redistricting commission. dead
HB2201 State Forester; confidentiality of certain records. dead
HB2202 Health care provider panels; vertically integrated carriers, public hospitals. dead
HB2203 Child care providers; fingerprint-based criminal history background checks, repeal sunset, etc. dead
HB2204 Polling place procedures; full name and current residence address of voter. dead
HB2205 Family life education; consent. approved
HB2206 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain gun safes. dead
HB2207 Health insurance; coverage for contraceptives. dead
HB2208 Adoption by relative; expands the applicability of procedures. approved
HB2209 Motor vehicle safety inspection; extends validity period for a new motor vehicle. dead
HB2210 Virginia Lottery; repeals prohibition against sale of lottery tickets over the Internet, etc. dead
HB2211 Administrative Process Act; formal hearings, proceedings held by telephone. dead
HB2212 Certain private roads or rights-of-way; gates and fences. approved
HB2213 Medical & mental health information/records of person committed to jail; local probation officers. approved
HB2214 Motorized skateboards or foot-scooters; operation, local authority. dead
HB2215 Immunizations; acellular pertussis booster. approved
HB2216 High school STEM internship; tax credit, report. dead
HB2217 Microcredential program; Department of Education may establish. approved
HB2218 Va. Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, unlawful practice of an occupation or profession. approved
HB2219 Nursing homes; truth in advertising for inspections, surveys, and investigations. approved
HB2220 License plates, special; Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal. approved
HB2221 License plates, special; former members of the Virginia General Assembly. dead
HB2222 School boards, local; display of advertising material on school buses. dead
HB2223 Pharmacies; delivery of prescription drugs, pharmacy benefits managers. dead
HB2224 Zoning appeals, local board of; membership. approved
HB2225 Financial exploitation of adults; reporting by financial institution staff. approved
HB2226 Trooper Mark Barrett Memorial Bridge; designating as the bridge on Meadow Road over Interstate 64. approved
HB2227 Hate crimes; adds to list of crimes that a multi-jurisdiction grand jury may investigate. dead
HB2228 Nursing and Psychology, Boards of; health regulatory boards, staggered terms. signed by governor
HB2229 Affordable housing; waiver of fees. approved
HB2230 Insurance; use of credit rating. approved
HB2231 Food stamps; eligibility, drug-related felonies. dead
HB2232 Motorized skateboards or foot-scooters; operation, local authority. dead
HB2233 Interior lights; operator requirements. dead
HB2234 Parental leave benefits; DHRM to implement and administer. approved
HB2235 Protective orders; issuance upon convictions for certain felonies, penalty. dead
HB2236 Postsecondary schools; enrollment agreements, disputes, arbitration. dead
HB2237 Economic development incentives; disclosure to public. dead
HB2238 Cemeteries; removal of remains, etc., of previously unidentified. signed by governor
HB2239 Court buildings; ownership, location, and jurisdiction. signed by governor
HB2240 Virginia Energy Plan; covenants restricting solar energy collection devices. dead
HB2241 Green job training; creates tax credit. dead
HB2242 Statute of limitations; action based on an unsigned, written contract. approved
HB2243 Virginia Energy Efficiency Revolving Fund; created. dead
HB2244 Firearms; possession or transportation following convictions for certain misdemeanor crimes. dead
HB2245 Tetrahydrocannabinol; products containing, permits to process and dispense cannabidiol oil. dead
HB2246 Higher Education Advisory Committee; higher education funding, report. dead
HB2247 Optometry, Board of; adds requirements for members. approved
HB2248 Pharmacy; practice, regulation by Board of Pharmacy. dead
HB2249 Timber sales; theft, accounting, penalty. dead
HB2250 Protected information; newspersons engaged in journalism. dead
HB2251 Mortgage loan originators; licensing. approved
HB2252 Firearms ordinances; applicability to property located in multiple localities. approved
HB2253 Nonresident concealed handgun permits; time of issuance. vetoed
HB2254 Ice cream trucks; warning lights. dead
HB2255 Sex Offender & Crimes Against Minors Registry; registration procedures for change of email address. dead
HB2256 Animals; remedies containing Cannabis plant, exemption. approved
HB2257 Dangerous or vicious dogs; emotional distress damages. dead
HB2258 Child day programs; staff training requirements, exemption for cooperative preschools. approved
HB2259 Teachers; model exit questionnaire, statewide implementation. dead
HB2260 Health insurance; catastrophic health plans. vetoed
HB2261 Employees; paid medical and family leave, civil penalties. dead
HB2262 Landlord; managing agent. approved
HB2263 Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians Procedural Guarantee Act; breach of procedures. approved
HB2264 Safety belt system; all occupants of motor vehicles to utilize. dead
HB2265 Arterial Preservation Program; Department of Transportation to review, report. dead
HB2266 Voter registration; confirmation of citizenship, E-Verify program. dead
HB2267 Hospitals; drawing of certain blood samples. dead
HB2268 State agencies; federal equitable sharing funds received by agencies. dead
HB2269 Regional transportation sector emissions programs; participation by Commonwealth. vetoed
HB2270 Incarcerated aliens, certain; release from jail, notice to Immigration and Customs Enforcement. vetoed
HB2271 State agencies; work by employees of private entities. dead
HB2272 Limited liability companies; Protected Series Act. approved
HB2273 Handheld personal communications devices; use while passing stopped school bus. dead
HB2274 Meat; food labeling, misbranding. dead
HB2275 Passing stopped school bus; certain local ordinances. dead
HB2276 Conditional rezoning proffers; changes to provisions. dead
HB2277 Driver's license; suspensions for certain non-driving related offenses. dead
HB2278 Police and court records; expungement of records, absolute pardon. approved
HB2279 Forensic Science, Department of; purchase of forensic laboratory services. approved
HB2280 Child day programs; exemptions from licensure. dead
HB2281 Workers' compensation; occupation disease presumptions, PTSD. dead
HB2282 Issuance of temporary licenses; individuals engaged in counseling residency. approved
HB2283 Juvenile court; appointment of counsel, waiver. dead
HB2284 Debt management plans, providers of; exempts entities. approved
HB2285 Firearms; allowing access by minors, penalty. dead
HB2286 Chesapeake Hospital Authority; investment of funds. approved
HB2287 Lease agreements; requirements; emergency. approved
HB2288 Certificate of public need; definition of 'medical care facility.' dead
HB2289 Jurisdiction of claim; plaintiff's motion to amend claim amount, transfer of matter. approved
HB2290 James Madison University; management agreement with the Commonwealth. signed by governor
HB2291 School boards; local law-enforcement agencies, memorandums of understanding. dead
HB2292 Electric utilities; energy efficiency programs. approved
HB2293 Electric utilities; stakeholder process for energy efficiency programs. approved
HB2294 Electric and natural gas utilities; energy efficiency goals. dead
HB2295 Energy Efficiency Fund, Board, and Program; established, report. dead
HB2296 Rights of persons with disabilities; procedures for certain actions, website accessibility. passed
HB2297 Free public elementary and secondary education; eligibility criteria. approved
HB2298 Banks; directors' meetings. signed by governor
HB2299 Commercial sex trafficking, prostitution, etc.; increases penalties. dead
HB2300 Motor vehicles, certain; operation by sex offenders. approved
HB2301 Alcoholic beverage control; creates retail cigar shop license. dead
HB2302 Charitable gaming; creates special permit for the play of electronic versions of instant bingo, etc. dead
HB2303 Sex offenders in emergency shelters; notification registration. passed
HB2304 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; landlord may obtain insurance for tenant. approved
HB2305 Localities; descriptions are replaced with locality names. approved
HB2306 Long-Term Employment Support Services and Extended Employment Services; referrals. passed
HB2307 Police animals; killing or injuring, penalty. dead
HB2308 Virginia Public Procurement Act; public institutions of higher education, disclosure required. dead
HB2309 Marine Resources Commission; grant of interest in subaqueous lands, etc. dead
HB2310 Flood plain, local; regulation by localities. dead
HB2311 Historical African American cemeteries; adds a cemetery in City of Suffolk. approved
HB2312 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; definition of disaster, incidents involving cyber systems. dead
HB2313 Comprehensive highway access management standards; highway access projects. approved
HB2314 Local enterprise zone; development of a traffic plan. dead
HB2315 Transportation, Department of; at-risk infrastructure, report. dead
HB2316 Voluntary boundary; agreement between Counties of Caroline and Essex. approved
HB2317 Custody and visitation orders; exchange of child. approved
HB2318 Naloxone; possession and administration by school nurses and local health department employees. approved
HB2319 Public elementary and secondary school students; permitted fees and charges. dead
HB2320 Resetting bail, bond, and recognizance determinations; jurisdiction. approved
HB2321 Gaming, Commission on; created, sunset provision. dead
HB2322 Onsite sewage treatment systems; VDH shall develop a plan for oversight and enforcement. approved
HB2323 Clerks; refusal to record certain liens or encumbrances. dead
HB2324 Major information technology project procurement; terms and conditions, etc. approved
HB2325 School board employees; discipline, private reprimand. approved
HB2326 Statewide prioritization process; primary evacuation routes. dead
HB2327 DPOR; unlicensed practice, cease and desist notices. approved
HB2328 Virginia Public Procurement Act; proscribed subcontracting by certain small businesses. passed
HB2329 Distributed renewable energy; promotes establishment of solar and other renewable energy. dead
HB2330 Environmental Justice Advisory Council; established. dead
HB2331 Wildlife Corridor Action Plan and Advisory Council; created, report. dead
HB2332 Electric utilities; protection of customer data. approved
HB2333 Trees; replacement during development process, exceeding requirements to meet certain water goals. dead
HB2334 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; enforcement, authority of investigators. dead
HB2335 Barbers and cosmetologists; training requirement. dead
HB2336 Higher educational institutions, public; executive officers, salaries. approved
HB2337 Higher educational institutions, public; governing boards, tuition and mandatory fee rates. approved
HB2338 Graduation requirements; students required to earn one verified credit in VA & U.S. history. dead
HB2339 Taxation, Department of; sharing information with the Department of Social Services. passed
HB2340 Virginia resident hunting license; establishes tax deduction. dead
HB2341 Forester title; educational criteria. signed by governor
HB2342 Conditional rezoning proffers; extensive changes to zoning provisions. signed by governor
HB2343 Central Criminal Records Exchange; reports, duties and authority. approved
HB2344 Motor Vehicles, Department of; records released to certain private vendors. approved
HB2345 Individual and certain group health benefit plans; rates for plans, minimum loss ratios. approved
HB2346 Industrial hemp; expands existing registration program. dead
HB2347 Small Business Investment Grant Fund; recapture of awards. signed by governor
HB2348 Economic development investments and grants; increases minimum wage requirements. dead
HB2349 Nonpayment of wages; investigations. dead
HB2350 Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and fees, foster care youth. approved
HB2351 Education Improvement Scholarships tax credits; benefits and eligibility requirements. dead
HB2352 Real Estate Board; real estate licensees. approved
HB2353 Natural gas automobile mechanics and technicians; removal of certification requirement. dead
HB2354 Revenue Stabilization Fund and Revenue Reserve Fund; maximum amounts. approved
HB2355 Commonwealth's taxation system; conformity with the Internal Revenue Code. incorporated
HB2356 Major Headquarters Workforce Grant Fund; created. approved
HB2357 Commonwealth of Virginia Institutions of Higher Education Bond Act of 2019; created. signed by governor
HB2358 Potomac Aquifer recharge monitoring; creates advisory board, laboratory established, SWIFT Project. signed by governor
HB2359 Capital outlay plan; updates six-year plan for projects. dead
HB2360 Bond bills; Governor's required submission. signed by governor
HB2361 Stormwater management; land-disturbing activities, current regulations. dead
HB2362 Advanced Shipbuilding Production Facility Grants; grant availability dates. signed by governor
HB2363 Nonpayment of wages; discriminatory actions prohibited. dead
HB2364 Agritourism; amends definition relating to wedding venues. passed committee
HB2365 Land preservation; special assessment, optional limit on annual increase in assessed value. signed by governor
HB2366 Small businesses; changes definition, implementation of certification programs, report. dead
HB2367 Alcoholic beverage control; delivery permittees. approved
HB2368 Sports or entertainment project; City of Va. Beach granted certain powers relating to construction. dead
HB2369 Virginia Human Rights Act; establishment of right to reproductive choice. dead
HB2370 Marijuana; possession and consumption, penalty. dead
HB2371 Marijuana; legalization of simple marijuana possession, penalty. dead
HB2372 Licensed or voluntarily registered family day homes; storage of firearms. dead
HB2373 Marijuana; legalization of simple marijuana possession, penalty. dead
HB2374 Real property; validity of long-term lease. dead
HB2375 Zoning ordinance; review of proposed amendments. approved
HB2376 School meal; adoption of policies. dead
HB2377 War veterans; removal or upkeep of monument or memorial. dead
HB2378 Reproductive health services; health benefit plans required to cover costs. dead
HB2379 Charitable gaming; regulations of the Charitable Gaming Board, prohibited acts. dead
HB2380 Higher educational institutions, public; online course catalogue, no-cost/low-cost course materials. approved
HB2381 Children's Ombudsman, Office of the, and Children's Advocacy Fund; created. dead
HB2382 Student journalists; freedom of speech and the press. dead
HB2383 Juvenile and domestic relations district court; social history report, consideration and waiver. dead
HB2384 Public schools; tobacco products and nicotine vapor products. approved
HB2385 Condominium Act and Property Owners' Association Act; delivery of condominium resale certificates. approved
HB2386 Higher educational institutions, public; information relating to pledges and donations. dead
HB2387 Student discipline; alternative education programs. dead
HB2388 In-state tuition; eligibility for certain individuals. dead
HB2389 Virginia Housing Trust Fund; revenue deposits from recordation tax. dead
HB2390 Voter registration; automatic voter registration. dead
HB2391 Landfills; waste disposal fee, deposits into the Greenhouse Gas Fund. dead
HB2392 Inquiry and report of immigration status; persons charged with or convicted of certain crimes. dead
HB2393 Child labor; employment of children on tobacco farms. dead
HB2394 Product safety; flame retardants, penalty. dead
HB2395 Hazardous Waste Site Inventory; DEQ to compile and update at least annually. passed senate
HB2396 Passport and military identification numbers; breach of personal information notification. approved
HB2397 TANF; eligibility, drug-related felonies. dead
HB2398 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; redefines 'small business.' dead
HB2399 Firearms; transfer, criminal history record check delay. dead
HB2400 School Breakfast Program/National School Lunch Program; school boards to determine eligibility, etc. approved
HB2401 Public service corporations; statements of government influence spending. dead
HB2402 Public employment; limitations on inquiries by state agencies and localities regarding arrests. dead
HB2403 Wetlands; impact, permit requirements for compensation. approved
HB2404 Transient occupancy tax; adds various counties that may impose. passed committee
HB2405 Real estate; delinquent taxes or liens, appointment of special commissioner, City of Martinsville. signed by governor
HB2406 Historical African American cemeteries; adds four cemeteries in City of Martinsville. approved
HB2407 Permanent foster care; eligibility. dead
HB2408 Students with disabilities; feasibility of educational placement transition of certain students. dead
HB2409 Mechanic's liens; forms. signed by governor
HB2410 Resident agent; appointment by nonresident property owner. approved
HB2411 Timber theft; theft, accounting, penalty. approved
HB2412 Electronic tracking devices; consent of fleet vehicle operator. dead
HB2413 Multi-jurisdiction grand jury; secrecy of information. approved
HB2414 Transfer of venue; delinquency, adjudication. signed by governor
HB2415 Business records; electronically registered on a blockchain self-authenticating document. dead
HB2416 Public charter schools; additional student services, etc. passed committee
HB2417 Emergency protective order; required conditions, petition to dissolve or modify. dead
HB2418 Condominium Act; management of condominiums, distribution of information by electoral candidates. dead
HB2419 Banks; capital stock. approved
HB2420 Nonconforming use; a wall built on residential property shall be grandfathered as a valid use, etc. approved
HB2421 Discrimination; sexual orientation and gender identity. dead
HB2422 Presidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact. dead
HB2423 Apparel-cleaning service; gender-based price discrimination, civil penalty. dead
HB2424 Law-enforcement agencies, local; body-worn camera systems. dead
HB2425 Health, Virginia Department of; monitoring of health care-associated infections. approved
HB2426 Dispensing of controlled substances; advance disclosure of charge. dead
HB2427 Health care services; payment estimates. dead
HB2428 Protective orders, preliminary; hearing by two-way electronic video and audio communication. dead
HB2429 Preliminary protective orders; hearing dates. dead
HB2430 Guardianship; communication between incapacitated persons & others, notification of relatives. dead
HB2431 My Virginia Plan Program; multiple employer plan for private employers and their employees. dead
HB2432 My Virginia Plan Program; establishes My Virginia Plan Board, creates Fund. dead
HB2433 Family caregiver; tax credit. dead
HB2434 Manufactured home parks; sale of park, notice, rights of association. dead
HB2435 Virginia Public Procurement Act; local labor use requirement for certain construction contracts. dead
HB2436 Community Policing Act; data collection and reporting requirement. dead
HB2437 Electronic toll collection devices; monthly statements, fees. dead
HB2438 Juvenile correctional officers; training standards. approved
HB2439 DNA analysis; conviction of certain crimes or similar ordinance of a locality. signed by governor
HB2440 Intangible personal property; classification and exemption of certain business property. approved
HB2441 Special identification card without a photograph; fee, confidentiality, penalties. approved
HB2442 Sales & use tax; prohibits accelerated collection of payments from retail merchants & other dealers. dead
HB2443 Group health benefit plans; bona fide associations, etc. passed
HB2444 Legal services plans and contracts; changes to the definition of 'insurance.' dead
HB2445 Death certificates; medical certification, electronic filing. approved
HB2446 Motorcycles; driving on shoulder of highway. dead
HB2447 Super precincts; pilot program. dead
HB2448 Admission to bail; expiration and extension of recognizance, notice to bail bondsman. dead
HB2449 Scholastic records; disclosure of directory information. approved
HB2450 Annexation; alternatives. dead
HB2451 Certificate of public need; nursing homes and hospitals, disaster exemption. dead
HB2452 Contempt of court; willful failure to appear. approved
HB2453 Bail and recognizances; magistrate's checklist, surety's basis for request for capias. approved
HB2454 Support person for minor victim; presence in courtroom. dead
HB2455 Virginia National Guard; education grants. dead
HB2456 DMAS; waiver to implement a direct primary care program, report. dead
HB2457 Medicine, osteopathy, podiatry, or chiropractic, practitioners of; inactive license, charity care. approved
HB2458 Early childhood care and education; establishment, licensure. dead
HB2459 Education Improvement Scholarships; expands tax credits, etc. dead
HB2460 Income tax, state; credit for solar energy equipment. dead
HB2461 Geriatric, terminally ill, etc., prisoners; conditional release. dead
HB2462 School boards; school meal policies, student debt, parental notification. dead
HB2463 Children with disabilities; due process hearings, burden of proof. dead
HB2464 Child victims and witnesses; testimony, using two-way closed-circuit television. approved
HB2465 Photo-monitoring systems; requirements for localities. dead
HB2466 State Route 28; Department of Transportation to study. dead
HB2467 State Route 28; Department of Transportation to study. dead
HB2468 State Route 28; Department of Transportation to study. dead
HB2469 Electric utility regulation; pilot program for undergrounding electrical transmission lines. dead
HB2470 Minors; prostitution and human trafficking related crimes, increases penalty. passed senate
HB2471 Higher educational institutions, public; admissions applications, criminal history. dead
HB2472 Hate crimes; adds gender, disability, gender identity, or sexual orientation, penalty. dead
HB2473 Minimum wage; exemptions. approved
HB2474 Long-term care; expediting review of applications, report. approved
HB2475 Virginia Public Procurement Act; use of competitive negotiation for construction, etc. dead
HB2476 Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and mandatory fees. dead
HB2477 Electric utilities; licensed retail suppliers. approved
HB2478 Virginia Stock Corporation Act; modernizes and updates Act. approved
HB2479 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty. dead
HB2480 Unemployment compensation; electronic filing of employers' reports. dead
HB2481 Virginia Retirement System; authorizes localities to opt out of group insurance program. dead
HB2482 Land preservation tax credits; operation of facility on donated land, third party agreements. approved
HB2483 Income tax, state; credit for donation to public access authority. dead
HB2484 Credit cards; offenses, venue. approved
HB2485 Industrial development authorities; legislative intent. approved
HB2486 Teacher licensure; provisional license. approved
HB2487 Motor vehicle dealers; definitions. approved
HB2488 Driver's license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. dead
HB2489 Suspension of tolls; evacuations. approved
HB2490 Tech Talent Investment Program and Fund; created, report. approved
HB2491 Abortion; eliminate certain requirements. dead
HB2492 Firearms magazines and firearms, certain; prohibition of sale, transfer, etc., penalties. dead
HB2493 Topical drugs; administration by dental hygienists, physician assistants, and nurses. approved
HB2494 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; religious preferences and affiliations. approved
HB2495 Fall cankerworm; spraying prohibited during certain months. dead
HB2496 Virginia Human Rights Act; creation of cause of action for discrimination. dead
HB2497 Bristol, City of; amending charter, city powers, council meetings, etc. approved
HB2498 Missing and endangered child; Endangered Missing Child Media Alert. dead
HB2499 Corrections, Department of; policies to improve exchange of offender medical information. signed by governor
HB2500 Electric utilities; mandatory renewable energy portfolio standard. dead
HB2501 Greenhouse gas emissions; inventory. dead
HB2502 Landlord and tenant; maintenance standards. dead
HB2503 Public utilities; transactions with affiliates, fuel procurement arrangements. dead
HB2504 Protective orders; possession of firearms, penalties. dead
HB2505 Environmental Quality, Department of; stormwater regulations, Tennessee River Basin. dead
HB2506 Chesapeake Bay Preservation Areas; filling low-lying areas. dead
HB2507 Attorney General, Office of the; FOIA Ombudsman appointed, powers and duties, report. dead
HB2508 Support services positions; includes licensed behavior analysts, etc., in local school division. dead
HB2509 Virginia Self-Service Storage Act; enforcement of liens, online public auction. approved
HB2510 Judges; maximum number in nineteenth judicial district. dead
HB2511 HOT lanes on Interstate 66; operating hours. dead
HB2512 Charges and convictions, certain; expungement. dead
HB2513 Workers' compensation; occupation disease presumptions, PTSD. dead
HB2514 Motor vehicle safety inspections; increases maximum charge from $16 to $20. approved
HB2515 Health plans; calculation of enrollee's contribution. approved
HB2516 Health insurance rate reviews; pharmacy benefit price spread. dead
HB2517 Child abuse and neglect; mandatory reporters. dead
HB2518 Disabled Veteran's State Museum Passport; established. dead
HB2519 Virginia Information Technologies Agency; cybersecurity task force created. dead
HB2520 College and Career Readiness Steering Committee; Secretary of Education to establish. dead
HB2521 Assisted living facilities; staffing during overnight hours. approved
HB2522 Alcoholic beverage control; annual mixed beverage special events licences, etc. dead
HB2523 Minors; abduction for purpose of prostitution, penalty. dead
HB2524 Nonpayment of wages; private action. dead
HB2525 Misdemeanor sexual offenses; increases statute of limitations where the victim is a minor. dead
HB2526 Income tax, state; changes definition of resident estate or trust. signed by governor
HB2527 Tolling; prohibited in Northern Virginia. approved
HB2528 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses, penalty. passed
HB2529 Income tax, state; conformity of taxation system with the IRC. signed by governor
HB2530 Medicaid; cost-sharing. dead
HB2531 Health Insurance Premium Payment program; enrollment of eligible individuals. dead
HB2532 DMAS; state plan amendment, value-based purchasing agreements for covered drugs. dead
HB2533 Small businesses; parental leave tax credit. dead
HB2534 VITA; required information security training program for state employees. dead
HB2535 Digital services; protection for minors. dead
HB2536 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming, penalties. dead
HB2537 Electric utilities; notice before terminating service. dead
HB2538 balance billing; emergency and elective services. approved
HB2539 Worker retraining tax credit; sunset date, worker training investment tax credit. signed by governor
HB2540 Sales and Use Tax; reduced rate on essential personal hygiene products. approved
HB2541 Telework Promotion and Broadband Assistance, Office of, and Broadband Advisory Council; expiration. approved
HB2542 Parental or legal custodial powers; delegation of powers, child-placing agency. approved
HB2543 Health benefit plans; balance billing for ancillary services. dead
HB2544 Health benefit plans; balance billing for emergency services. dead
HB2545 Workforce Development, Secretary of; created. dead
HB2546 Maternal Mortality Review Team; established, investigations. approved
HB2547 Electric utilities; net energy metering. approved
HB2548 Felons; restoration of firearms rights, report to State Police. approved
HB2549 Cluster zoning; density calculation. passed committee
HB2550 Commonwealth of Virginia Research Consortium Authority; created. passed senate
HB2551 Commercial driver's licenses; military service members. approved
HB2552 Unmanned aircraft systems; search warrants. dead
HB2553 Mass transit providers; supplemental operating funds. approved
HB2554 Discretionary sentencing guideline midpoints; act of domestic terrorism enhancement. dead
HB2555 Gas severance tax, local; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
HB2556 Health Professions, Dept. of, & health regulatory boards; information obtained in an investigation. approved
HB2557 Drug Control Act; classifies gabapentin as a Schedule V controlled substance. signed by governor
HB2558 Medicaid recipients; treatment involving opioids or opioid replacements, payment. signed by governor
HB2559 Electronic transmission of certain prescriptions; exceptions. approved
HB2560 Protective services; adult abuse and exploitation, multidisciplinary teams. signed by governor
HB2561 Pharmacy audits; pharmacy benefits manager. approved
HB2562 Investigation of social history of juvenile; mental health examination for certain offenses. dead
HB2563 Drug paraphernalia and controlled paraphernalia; fentanyl testing products. approved
HB2564 Virginia Telephone Privacy Protection Act; transmission of caller identification information. dead
HB2565 Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements. dead
HB2566 Real and personal property tax; repeals tax exemptions for all nonprofit entities. dead
HB2567 Higher educational institutions, public; free exercise of religion on campus. dead
HB2568 Child Safety Savings Accounts; established, report. dead
HB2569 Family day homes; zoning permits. approved
HB2570 Family life education programs; student participation. dead
HB2571 Interstate 81 Corridor Improvement Transportation Commission; created. dead
HB2572 Berryville, Town of; amending charter, reorganizes charter. approved
HB2573 Utility easements; pole attachments. dead
HB2574 School Divisions of Innovation; performance-based assessments. dead
HB2575 Commercial and industrial property; additional real property tax in certain localities. dead
HB2576 Sex Trafficking Response Coordinator; establishes position, duties, report. approved
HB2577 Health insurance; coverage for autism spectrum disorder. approved
HB2578 Secondary state highways; six-year plan, public meeting. approved
HB2579 State Police, Department of; reporting hate crimes. dead
HB2580 Pesticides; prohibits sale, use, etc., of chlorpyrifos, penalty. dead
HB2581 Maternal Mortality Review Team; established, investigations. dead
HB2582 Protective orders; violation of provisions of orders. dead
HB2583 Protective order; violation of order, armed with firearm or other deadly weapon. dead
HB2584 Assault and battery against a family or household member; enhanced penalty. dead
HB2585 Sheriffs; standard motor vehicle markings. approved
HB2586 Prostitution and sex trafficking; offenses involving a minor, penalties. approved
HB2587 Confidentiality of tax information; local tax officers sharing information w/ local officers. dead
HB2588 Military-overseas ballots; electronic return of voted ballots, pilot program. dead
HB2589 Teacher Education and Licensure, Advisory Board on; membership, report. passed senate
HB2590 Animal testing facilities; adoption of dogs and cats. dead
HB2591 Higher educational institutions, public; students, determination of domicile. dead
HB2592 Petit larceny; defines punishment. dead
HB2593 Health instruction; mental health. dead
HB2594 Traffic incident management vehicles; definition. dead
HB2595 CIO; transition of web-based services for executive branch agencies to cloud-based server solutions. dead
HB2596 Misbranded devices; menstrual products. dead
HB2597 Child abuse and neglect; victims of sex trafficking, etc. approved
HB2598 Health carriers; registered surgical assistants. dead
HB2599 Public schools; prohibits use of seclusion and restraint. approved
HB2600 Va. Telephone Privacy Protection Act; joint liability of seller & telephone solicitor for violation. approved
HB2601 Health insurance; coverage for hearing aids for minors. dead
HB2602 Consortium Comprehensive Cancer Center Advisory Board; established, report. dead
HB2603 Apprenticeship program; discrimination. dead
HB2604 Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty. dead
HB2605 Community corrections alternative program; establishment. approved
HB2606 HIV or hepatitis B or C viruses; exposure to bodily fluids, infection, expedited testing. dead
HB2607 Parking certain large vehicles; local ordinances. dead
HB2608 Income taxes, state and corporate; tax credit for employers of National Guard members. dead
HB2609 School resource officers; compulsory minimum training standards. approved
HB2610 Higher educational institutions; certain students issued visas. dead
HB2611 Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative; prohibition on participation by Commonwealth. vetoed
HB2612 Public school teachers; planning time. dead
HB2613 Maternity care patients; adds information about perinatal anxiety. approved
HB2614 Taxes administered by the Department of Taxation; statute of limitations for collections. dead
HB2615 Capital murder; punishment. approved
HB2616 Juveniles; trial as adult. dead
HB2617 Fantasy Contest Act; registration requirements. dead
HB2618 Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumption. dead
HB2619 School property; threats of death or bodily harm, penalty. dead
HB2620 Higher educational institutions, public; governing boards, educational programs. approved
HB2621 Rezoning and site plan approval; decommissioning solar energy equipment, etc. approved
HB2622 Removal of a child; names and contact information of relatives or other interested individuals. approved
HB2623 Public schools; counseling services, parental rights. stricken
HB2624 Voluntary boundary; agreement between Counties of Caroline and Essex. dead
HB2625 Recounts; rules of procedure, multiple simultaneous recounts. approved
HB2626 Virginia National Guard; state active duty pay. dead
HB2627 Voir dire examination of persons called as jurors; criminal case. dead
HB2628 Military families; relocation to the Commonwealth, student registration for courses, etc. dead
HB2629 Corrections Private Management Act; unauthorized private contracts, etc. dead
HB2630 Open-end credit plans; governing law. dead
HB2631 Minimum wage; local alternative. dead
HB2632 Veterans Services, Board of; increases membership and clarifies scope of responsibilities. signed by governor
HB2633 Commonwealth Transportation Board; funding, congestion mitigation. dead
HB2634 Alcoholic beverage control; local referendums. signed by governor
HB2635 Social media websites; regulation as public service corporations. dead
HB2636 Dispensing of certain controlled substances and devices; limited license. dead
HB2637 Loans and grants for agricultural best management practices; riparian buffers. approved
HB2638 Teacher Advisory Committee; established. dead
HB2639 Health care shared savings; incentive programs. approved
HB2640 Machinery and tools tax; definition of original total capitalized cost. dead
HB2641 Third-party power purchase agreements; regulation of retail sales of electricity under agreements. dead
HB2642 Cruelty to animals with intent to intimidate or threaten a household member; penalty. dead
HB2643 Interstate 66; limits to $15 the tolls collected on the tolled portion. dead
HB2644 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple possession, penalty. dead
HB2645 Electric Utility Regulation; Refund Act. dead
HB2646 School boards; assignment of teachers, class size limits. dead
HB2647 Condominium Act; meetings of unit owners' associations, proxy voting. approved
HB2648 Crime victim rights; notice of release of defendant found unrestorably incompetent. approved
HB2649 Industrial hemp; testing, destruction. dead
HB2650 Custody and visitation arrangements; best interests of the child, domestic abuse, child abuse. dead
HB2651 Virginia Prevention of Sex Trafficking Fund; created, fees for offenses related to sex trafficking. approved
HB2652 Regulation of licensed providers; Board of BHDS to require disclosure of certain information. approved
HB2653 Innovative Internship Fund and Program; created and established. approved
HB2654 Students who receive home instruction; documentation. dead
HB2655 Eviction Diversion Pilot Program; established, report. approved
HB2656 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; amends definition of law-enforcement officer. approved
HB2657 Telephone/wireless devices; threats of death or bodily injury to a person/member of family. dead
HB2658 Stationary blinds in the public waters; minimum distance from shore. dead
HB2659 Bail bondsman; surrender of principal, deposit. approved
HB2660 Glasgow, Town of; amending charter, replaces references to town sergeant. approved
HB2661 Saltwater recreational fishing license; exceptions, commercial license holder. dead
HB2662 High school graduation requirements; work experience, capstone project. approved
HB2663 Watercraft sales and use tax; eliminates cap and reduces rate. dead
HB2664 Wage payment statements; each employer to provide on each regular pay date. approved
HB2665 Specialty dockets; report. signed by governor
HB2666 Law enforcement; DCJS to establish. dead
HB2667 Virginia Highway Corporation Act of 1988; tolls, distance-based pricing program. dead
HB2668 Support services positions; includes licensed behavior analysts, etc., in local school division. dead
HB2669 Health insurance; coverage for prosthetic devices. dead
HB2670 Dumfries, Town of; amending charter, town council elections, etc. approved
HB2671 Real estate settlements; kickbacks and other payments, remedies, penalties. dead
HB2672 Virginia War Memorial; names and homes of Virginians on Shrine of Memory. approved
HB2673 Income tax, state; conformity, increase in standard deduction, refundable income tax credit. dead
HB2674 Certificates; notice of filing or recordation. approved
HB2675 Initiation of a civil action; duties of clerk of general district court. dead
HB2676 Master Settlement and Non-Participating Manufacturer Adjustment Settlement Agreements; information. dead
HB2677 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices, etc. dead
HB2678 Unlawful dissemination or sale of images of another; penalty. approved
HB2679 Juvenile and domestic relations district courts; jurisdiction, specific findings of fact. approved
HB2680 Milk production; creates an income tax credit. dead
HB2681 Historical African American cemeteries; adds seven cemeteries in City of Hampton. approved
HB2682 Absentee voting; deadline for returning absentee ballot. dead
HB2683 Polling places; extending hours. dead
HB2684 Hate crimes; gender, gender identity, or sexual orientation, penalty. dead
HB2685 Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; eligibility. approved
HB2686 Zoning Appeals, Board of; changes vote requirement. passed
HB2687 Hunting elk; authorizes Board of GIF to create a special license. dead
HB2688 Virginia Public Procurement Act; use of best value procurement, construction. dead
HB2689 Livestock; changes definition to include alpacas. approved
HB2690 Money transmitters; licensure through the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System & Registry (NMLS). approved
HB2691 Electric utilities; provision of broadband services to unserved areas. approved
HB2692 Multifamily residential building; sale of electricity to occupants. dead
HB2693 Qualified mental health professionals; regulations for registration. approved
HB2694 Property Owners' Association Act; association meetings, notice by email. approved
HB2695 Crime victim rights; expands definition of victim. dead
HB2696 Environmental Justice Advisory Council; established, report. dead
HB2697 Electric utilities; retail competition. dead
HB2698 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming, limited operation, penalties. dead
HB2699 Humanities, Virginia Foundation for the; adds members to task force. approved
HB2700 Income tax, corporate; subtraction for amount of Global Intangible Low-Taxed Income. dead
HB2701 Income tax, corporate; subtraction for amount of business interest. dead
HB2702 VPI & SU and VSU; joint plan for new baccalaureate degree program. approved
HB2703 Alcoholic beverage control; distiller licensees, commissions and fees. dead
HB2704 Virginia taxpayers; providing income tax relief. dead
HB2705 Historic rehabilitation; limit on tax credit that may be claimed. signed by governor
HB2706 Credit unions; board of directors compensation. dead
HB2707 Virginia Charitable Gaming Board; conduct of charitable gaming. dead
HB2708 Income tax, state; itemization. dead
HB2709 Early voting; any registered voter allowed to vote early without providing reason, etc. dead
HB2710 Emergency custody orders and preliminary detention orders; transportation, reimbursement. dead
HB2711 Real estate; exemptions, recordation of signed writing, etc. approved
HB2712 Higher educational institutions, public; certain students, eligibility for in-state tuition. dead
HB2713 Death with Dignity Act; penalties. dead
HB2714 Landlord-tenant law; applicability, occupancy in a hotel or motel exempt. dead
HB2715 Tax; responsibility for collection and satisfaction of all fines, costs. dead
HB2716 Elections and voter registration; early voting, same day voter registration. dead
HB2717 Virginia Driver's Manual course; computer-based mediums. approved
HB2718 Interstate 81; Interstate 81 Corridor Improvement Fund created. approved
HB2719 Health insurance; small employers. approved
HB2720 Public School Security Equipment Grant Act of 2013; security equipment. approved
HB2721 School security officers; employment, law-enforcement officers previously employed by the U.S. approved
HB2722 Continuing care retirement communities; accessing medical assistance, certificate of public need. approved
HB2723 Portable electronics insurance; issuing and correspondence. approved
HB2724 Uniform Statewide Building Code; rental inspection districts, etc. dead
HB2725 Credit unions; authorizes localities and political subdivisions to hold public deposits. dead
HB2726 Local workforce development boards; career pathways for opportunity youth, report. approved
HB2727 Inmates; community service work in lieu of payment for fines and court costs. dead
HB2728 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; required disclosures for buyer to beware. dead
HB2729 Service dog; reduces age of dog for training. dead
HB2730 Va. Public Procurement Act; service disabled veteran businesses procurement enhancement program. dead
HB2731 Lyme disease; disclosure of information to patients. approved
HB2732 Campaign contribution limits; civil penalty. dead
HB2733 Personal property tax; exemption for agricultural vehicles. approved
HB2734 DCJS; training standards for school resource officers. dead
HB2735 Virginia Coastal Protection Act; recasts Va. Shoreline Resiliency Fund. dead
HB2736 Local employee grievance procedure; qualifying grievances by local government employees. dead
HB2737 Amtrak or intercity passenger rail stations; rail signage. approved
HB2738 Public utilities; acquisition of rights-of-way for economic development sites. approved
HB2739 Historical African American cemeteries; adds six in City of Alexandria. approved
HB2740 Kenbridge, Town of; amending charter, staggers election of town council members. approved
HB2741 Clean Energy Advisory Board; established, solar energy installation rebates. approved
HB2742 Religious and charitable matters; charitable or civic organization contracts, report. dead
HB2743 Child protective services; investigations and family assessments, contact information. approved
HB2744 Virginia War Memorial Board; transfer of duties, sunset provision. approved
HB2745 Dangerous dog; deferral of proceedings, removal of finding. signed by governor
HB2746 Central Criminal Records Exchange; background checks through Live Scan device. approved
HB2747 Southwest Virginia Energy Research and Development Authority; created, sunset provision. approved
HB2748 Tobacco products, nicotine vapor products, etc.; purchase, possession, and sale. approved
HB2749 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; restrictions on use of cash assistance, report. vetoed
HB2750 Elective medical procedure, test, or service; advance estimate of patient payment amount. approved
HB2751 County board of supervisors or city council; elections for members, ranked choice voting. dead
HB2752 Motorized skateboards or scooters; clarifies definitions, riding or driving on sidewalks, etc. approved
HB2753 Home solicitation; prohibited, exceptions, penalty. dead
HB2754 Motor vehicles; when headlights to be lighted. dead
HB2755 Conservation easements; comprehensive plan. passed senate
HB2756 Child day programs; licensure exemption. approved
HB2757 Recounts; procedure for certain ballots. dead
HB2758 Kinship foster care; notice to relatives. approved
HB2759 Electronic peer-to-peer motor vehicle rental services; DMV, et al., to study. dead
HB2760 Redistricting; GIS maps required, review by the Department of Elections. approved
HB2761 Cave and karst protection; penalty. dead
HB2762 Firefighting foam management; use of foam that contains PFAS chemicals. approved
HB2763 Persons on conditional release; tracking device, penalty. dead
HB2764 Voter registration; persons assisting with completion or collection of completed applications. vetoed
HB2765 Income tax, state; conformity, increase in standard deduction, refundable income tax credit. dead
HB2766 Certificate of public need; conditions, triennial review. approved
HB2767 Virginia African American Advisory Board; established, report. approved
HB2768 Clerks of court; disclosure of tax information. approved
HB2769 Clerks of court; Torrens system. approved
HB2770 Accident and sickness insurance; restrictions relating to premium rates. approved
HB2771 Medicare supplement policies; switching plans. dead
HB2772 Certain officers and employees; ability to forswear salary. dead
HB2773 Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; amount of award. approved
HB2774 Minority language accessibility; voting and election materials. dead
HB2775 Community schools; best practices to transition existing schools. dead
HB2776 Income tax, state; modification for certain companies, grants, Page County. approved
HB2777 DCJS; powers and duties, establishment of guidelines for the surrender of firearms. dead
HB2778 Human trafficking victims; petition for vacatur and expungement of convictions, etc. dead
HB2779 Enterprise zones; designation. approved
HB2780 STEAM programs; establishes STEAM Education Fund. dead
HB2781 Procedures at polling place; announcing voter's address. dead
HB2782 Sheriff's deputies and police officers, local; billing of certain medical expenses. dead
HB2783 Living shorelines; loans to businesses. approved
HB2784 Robert O. Norris Bridge and Statewide Special Structure Fund; created. approved
HB2785 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school security officers. dead
HB2786 Coal combustion residuals impoundment; closure of certain CCR units. approved
HB2787 Virginia voter registration system; security plans and procedures, remedying security risks. dead
HB2788 Virginia National Guard; state active duty pay. dead
HB2789 Energy conservation measures; establishes, providing incentives for development of electric energy. approved
HB2790 Absentee voting; no-excuse in-person, beginning on 2nd Sat. immediately preceding election. approved
HB2791 Virginia Personnel Act; appointments, promotion, and tenure based upon merit and fitness. passed committee
HB2792 Electric utilities; municipal net energy metering. approved
HB2793 Cybersecurity; care and disposal of customer records, security for connected devices. dead
HB2794 Refusal of tests; restricted license. dead
HB2795 Handheld photo speed monitoring devices; DSP may operate in or around a highway work zone. dead
HB2796 Watercraft; transfer by operation of law, transfer on death. signed by governor
HB2797 Handgun and assault firearm transfers; criminal history record checks, age requirement, penalty. dead
HB2798 All-Payer Claims Database; penalty. approved
HB2799 Dulles Greenway; powers and responsibilities of SCC to regulate toll road operators. dead
HB2800 Highways, Commissioner of; report on operation of overweight trucks on highways. approved
HB2801 Remote sales & use tax collection; sufficient activity by remote sellers & marketplace facilitators. dead
HB2802 Human Rights, Division of; name changed to Division of Civil Rights. dead
HB2803 Higher educational institutions, public; employees with training to administer naloxone. dead
HB2804 Virginia Public Procurement Act; professional and information technology project services contracts. dead
HB2805 Parking; access aisles adjacent to parking spaces reserved for persons with disabilities. approved
HB2806 Local government; codification of ordinances, affirmative defense. dead
HB2807 Keysville, Town of; amending charter, shifts municipal elections to November. approved
HB2808 Capron, Town of; new charter (previous charter repealed). approved
HB2809 Grottoes, Town of; amending charter, extends term of mayor to four years. approved
HB2810 Real property; tax exemption for certified pollution control equipment and facilities. dead
HB2811 Tax-exempt pollution control facilities; adds Va. Dept. of Health as a certifying authority. approved
HB2812 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; disclosure of landlord and tenant remedies. dead
HB2813 Electronic peer-to-peer motor vehicle rental services; DMV, et al., to study. dead
HB2814 Economic Opportunity for Virginians in Aspiring & Diverse Communities, Commission on; extends sunset approved
HJ19 Public elementary and secondary education; joint committee to study the future in the Commonwealth. dead
HJ49 Interstate conventions; selection of commissioners and committee procedures. dead
HJ577 United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment. dead
HJ578 Constitutional amendment; right to vote (first reference). dead
HJ579 United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment. dead
HJ580 Interstate 95; joint subcommittee to study widening between Exit 118 & the Springfield Interchange. dead
HJ581 Interstate 95 Corridor Improvement Plan; Commonwealth Transportation Board to study. passed
HJ582 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established (first reference). dead
HJ583 United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment. dead
HJ584 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ585 Constitutional amendment; joint election of Governor and Lieutenant Governor (first reference). dead
HJ586 Celebrating the life of William E. Ward. passed
HJ587 Commending the American Legion. passed
HJ588 Daylight saving time; Secretary of Commerce and Trade to study the effects on the Commonwealth. dead
HJ589 Commending the Southside Virginia Wildlife Center. passed
HJ590 Commending Andrew Dalton Elder, Sr. dead
HJ591 Constitutional amendment; reapportionment, technical adjustments permitted (first reference). approved
HJ592 Guidelines for Uniform Performance Standards and Evaluation Criteria for Teachers; DOE to study. dead
HJ593 Commemorating the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht. passed
HJ594 Safe Digging Month; designating as April 2019, and each succeeding year. passed
HJ595 811 Day; designating as August 11, 2019, and each succeeding year. passed
HJ596 Celebrating the life of Troy Everette Strickland. passed
HJ597 Litter; economic impacts on fishing, farming, and water quality in urban streams, report. dead
HJ598 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote (first reference). dead
HJ599 Commending the Washington Capitals. passed
HJ600 Commending the 2nd Street Festival. passed
HJ601 Commending Piney Grove Baptist Church. passed
HJ602 Celebrating the life of David Allen Price, Sr. passed
HJ603 Enrolled Agents Week; designating 1st full week of February 2019, & each succeeding year thereafter. passed
HJ604 Commending the University of Mary Washington men's rugby team. passed
HJ605 Commending the James Monroe High School field hockey team. passed
HJ606 General Assembly; 2019 Session schedule. passed
HJ607 General Assembly; 2020 Session prefiling schedule. passed
HJ608 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ609 Health care spending in the Commonwealth; JLARC to study. dead
HJ610 Wind tide flooding in the Southern Watershed; Secretary of Natural Resources to study the effects. passed senate
HJ611 Celebrating the life of Joseph Benjamin Fuller. passed
HJ612 Commending the Mission of Mercy project. passed
HJ613 Trench Safety Stand Down Week; designating third full week of June 2019, and each succeeding year. passed
HJ614 Forensic nursing in the Commonwealth; Virginia State Crime Commission to study. dead
HJ615 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission (first reference). approved
HJ616 Coal dust blown from moving trains; report. dead
HJ617 Year of Reconciliation and Civility. passed
HJ618 Commending the Virginian Steak House. dead
HJ619 Celebrating the life of Master Sergeant Edward Colston Newton V, USA. passed
HJ620 Minimum recycling rate; reduction for municipal solid waste generated within a solid planning unit. dead
HJ621 Workforce development in the Commonwealth; JLARC to study. dead
HJ622 Commending the Matthew Shepard Foundation. dead
HJ623 Celebrating the life of Matthew Wayne Shepard. dead
HJ624 Commending Stop Child Abuse Now of Northern Virginia. passed
HJ625 Commending James T. Roberts, Ph.D. passed
HJ626 Shingles prevention; VDH to take action to increase awareness of shingles. passed
HJ627 Constitutional amendment; electoral college (first reference). dead
HJ628 Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council; threat of phishing attacks, report. dead
HJ629 Midtown and Downtown Tunnels in Hampton Roads; JLARC to study reduction or elimination of tolls. dead
HJ630 Silence Empowers Violence Break the Code Awareness-to-Action Week. passed
HJ631 Celebrating the life of Richard Leigh Towell, Sr. passed
HJ632 Celebrating the life of Grosjean Graves Crump, Jr. passed
HJ633 Celebrating the life of George Edward Robertson Stiles. passed
HJ634 Commending Michelle Rahman. passed
HJ635 Commending Black Creek Volunteer Fire Department. passed
HJ636 DSS; creation of database and resource to obtain background information on personal caregivers. dead
HJ637 Commending Elizabeth Crowther. passed
HJ638 Celebrating the life of Joan Albert Lawler. passed
HJ639 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Nonpartisan Redistricting Commission created. dead
HJ640 Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, restoration of civil rights (first reference). dead
HJ641 Department of Health; rulemaking process, use of rainwater, report. passed
HJ642 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission, shortest split methodology. dead
HJ643 Composite index of local ability to pay; DOE to study effect of local use value assessment. dead
HJ644 JLARC; reinstatement of discretionary parole, report. dead
HJ645 JLARC; impact of Medicaid expansion in the Commonwealth, report. dead
HJ646 First Responders Day. passed
HJ647 Rail and Public Transportation, Department of; improved transportation services, report. dead
HJ648 Commending the University of Mary Washington men's soccer team. passed
HJ649 Susanna Bolling Day. passed
HJ650 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established (first reference). dead
HJ651 Commemorating the 75th anniversary of D-Day. passed
HJ652 Commending First Baptist Church of Waverly. passed
HJ653 Health, Department of; naloxone storage and access, report. dead
HJ654 Teacher licensing process; Department of Education to study. dead
HJ655 Lynching; acknowledging with profound regret the existence and acceptance within the Commonwealth. passed
HJ656 Virginia Resources Authority; transitioning Virginia's workforce. dead
HJ657 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption, surviving spouse of a disabled veteran. dead
HJ658 Constitutional amendment; enactment of laws, casino gambling (first reference). dead
HJ659 Taiwan Day. passed
HJ660 JLARC; compliance reviews, higher education management agreements, report. dead
HJ661 Virginia State Crime Commission; costs of pretrial services, report. dead
HJ662 JCHC; dispensing of drugs and devices pursuant to pharmacy collaborative practice agreements, etc. passed
HJ663 Commending Clay Jenkinson. passed
HJ664 Commending the Joe Bagley Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2582. passed
HJ665 Commending the Western Branch High School track and field program. passed
HJ666 Commending the Nansemond River High School girls' track and field team. passed
HJ667 Celebrating the life of Stacey Visser Dendy. passed
HJ668 Restoring Representative Government; free and fair elections, limiting corporate personhood. dead
HJ669 Glass-Steagall Act; infrastructure bank dead
HJ670 Military - overseas ballots; electronic return of voted ballots, report. dead
HJ671 DRPT; cost of commuter and light rail projects, report. dead
HJ672 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
HJ673 JLARC; Virginia Public Guardian and Conservator Program, report. dead
HJ674 DVS & TAX; feasibility of exempting military retirement income from taxation, report. passed
HJ675 DOE; experiential learning and workforce development opportunities in high-demand fields, report. dead
HJ676 Constitutional amendment; personal property tax exemption for motor vehicle of a disabled veteran. approved
HJ677 Blockchain technology; joint subcommittee to study emergence & integration in the economy. passed senate
HJ678 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters, 16-year-olds permitted to vote. dead
HJ679 Virginia Retirement System; part-time public school teachers, report. dead
HJ680 DMAS; provider service network capitation model for Medicaid, report. dead
HJ681 JLARC; impact of changes in health care financing and delivery on charity care. dead
HJ682 Health Professions, Department of; utilization of foreign-trained physicians, report. dead
HJ683 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference). dead
HJ684 Educators; Board of Education to establish code of ethics and professional responsibility. dead
HJ685 United States Constitution; application for a convention of the states. dead
HJ686 Commending Arlington County Fire Department Station 8. passed
HJ687 Tax assessments; Small Business Com. to study procedures for appealing decisions. passed
HJ688 Education, Department of; Advancement Via Individual Determination Programs, report. dead
HJ689 General Assembly; notifying Governor of organization. passed
HJ690 First Transcontinental Railroad; designating May 10, 2019, as the 150th anniversary of completion. passed
HJ691 Celebrating the life of the Honorable John Maston Davis. passed
HJ692 Equal Rights Amendment; new language. dead
HJ693 Education, Department of; impediments to gathering information about certain students. dead
HJ694 Virginia State Police; air emergency medical services, report. dead
HJ695 Celebrating the life of Bettie Woodson Weaver. passed
HJ696 Celebrating the life of William Brinker Inskeep. passed
HJ697 Correctional Officers' Week. passed
HJ698 Commending the Literacy Council of Northern Virginia. passed
HJ699 Commending Shreyaa Venkat. passed
HJ700 Commending Hanover County. passed
HJ701 Celebrating the life of Captain Alvin Deon Branch, USN, Ret. passed
HJ702 Commending Alain Noriega. passed
HJ703 Trusted Choice Independent Insurance Agents Week. passed
HJ704 Transportation agreements, certain; tolled transportation facilities. dead
HJ705 Cameron Crowder Pediatric Care Awareness Day. passed
HJ706 Celebrating the life of James Robert Bushong. passed
HJ707 Celebrating the life of Inez Faye Snodgrass. passed
HJ708 Commending Richard Carroll Clark, Jr. passed
HJ709 Commending Appalachian Cast Products. passed
HJ710 Celebrating the life of Charles Krum, Jr. passed
HJ711 Celebrating the life of Charles William Davis, Jr. passed
HJ712 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Frederick MacDonald Quayle. passed
HJ713 Commending Ted Gong. passed
HJ714 Commending the Suffolk Christian Academy softball team. passed
HJ715 Constitutional amendment; abortion, state funding prohibited (first reference). dead
HJ716 Commending the Honorable Daun Sessoms Hester. passed
HJ717 Commending Rodney A. Robinson. passed
HJ718 Judges; election in Court of Appeals of Virginia, etc. passed
HJ719 Celebrating the life of Pat Loggans. passed
HJ720 World Refugee Day. passed
HJ721 Celebrating the life of William Clinton Walker. passed
HJ722 Celebrating the life of Richard Mimms Lee, M.D. passed
HJ723 Constitutional amendment; essential and emergency spending (first reference). dead
HJ724 Green New Deal; recognizing need for clean energy economy. dead
HJ725 Commending Steve Dempsey. passed
HJ726 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Kenneth N. Whitehurst, Jr. passed
HJ727 Commending Louis Kokonis. passed
HJ728 Commending Richard L. Semmler. passed
HJ729 Individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities; supported decision-making. dead
HJ730 Celebrating the life of Harold W. Roller. passed
HJ731 Celebrating the life of William Holt Kling, Sr. passed
HJ732 Tuskegee Airmen Commemoration Day. passed
HJ733 Commending the Richmond 34. passed
HJ734 Commending William M. Kelso. passed
HJ735 Commending Richard David Legon. dead
HJ736 Commending Virginia's 21 planning district commissions. passed
HJ737 Commending Francis W. Pedrotty. passed
HJ738 Commending the Local Office on Aging. passed
HJ739 Commending Virginia is for Lovers. passed
HJ740 Commending Bob Stuart. passed
HJ741 Celebrating the life of Franklin E. Laughon. passed
HJ742 Commending Living Legends of Alexandria. passed
HJ743 Commending the Honorable Robert W. Goodlatte. passed
HJ744 Celebrating the life of Hugh Rose Brown. passed
HJ745 Commending Dominion Hospital. passed
HJ746 Commending Share, Inc. passed
HJ747 Commending Steve Rogers. passed
HJ748 Commending Virginia State University. passed
HJ749 Commending Dennis S. Hall. passed
HJ750 Commending the Honorable Robert John Cochran Wrenn. passed
HJ751 Commending Gilfield Baptist Church. passed
HJ752 Commending the Virginia Funeral Directors Association. passed
HJ753 Commending the Reverend Alphonso Washington. passed
HJ754 Commemorating the lives and legacies of Allie Thompson, William Grayson, and William Thompson. passed
HJ755 Commending Chatham Hall. passed
HJ756 Commending the Chatham Southern Railway Depot. passed
HJ757 Commending James E. Davis. passed
HJ758 Commending Alfred Durham. passed
HJ759 Commending Mikaeel Martinez Jaka. passed
HJ760 Commending the George Washington University School of Nursing. passed
HJ761 Celebrating the life of George Welsh. passed
HJ762 Commending Voices for Virginia's Children. passed
HJ763 Commending Grayson County Public Schools. passed
HJ764 Commending Appalachian Plastics, Inc. passed
HJ765 Commending the Little Fork Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company. passed
HJ766 Celebrating the life of Charles Edward Doane. passed
HJ767 Celebrating the life of Elizabeth Carter Lineweaver. passed
HJ768 Celebrating the life of Alvin W. Anderson, Sr. passed
HJ769 Commending Lonnie Manuel Massey. passed
HJ770 Commending the recipients of the 2019 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Awards. passed
HJ771 Commending the National Automated Clearing House Association. passed
HJ772 Commending Braxton-Perkins American Legion Post 25. passed
HJ773 Commending Old Dominion Association of Church Schools students. passed
HJ774 Commending the Asian American Chamber of Commerce. passed
HJ775 Commending the Northwest Federal Credit Union Foundation. passed
HJ776 Commending the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association Vienna-Oakton Chapter 1116. passed
HJ777 Commending Rizwan Jaka. passed
HJ778 Commending Margaret Vanderhye. passed
HJ779 Commending Eagle Scouts Cycling Across America 2018. passed
HJ780 Commending Maqsood Chaudhry. passed
HJ781 Celebrating the life of Thelma Virginia Dodson. passed
HJ782 Commending Chapel Grove United Church of Christ. passed
HJ783 Commending the Chantilly High School field hockey team. passed
HJ784 Commending the Chantilly High School volleyball team. passed
HJ785 Commending the Highland Springs High School football team. passed
HJ786 Commending Northern Neck Ginger Ale. passed
HJ787 Commending Vinson Hall Retirement Community. passed
HJ788 Commending CrisisLink. passed
HJ789 Commending the Public Broadcasting Service. passed
HJ790 Celebrating the life of Jhoon Goo Rhee. passed
HJ791 Commending Virginia Commonwealth University. passed
HJ792 Commending the New River Valley Regional Commission. passed
HJ793 Commending Bishop Curtis Eugene Edmonds, Sr. passed
HJ794 Commending Freddy Gerald Lawson, Jr. passed
HJ795 Celebrating the life of Leslie Bain Lord. passed
HJ796 Celebrating the life of John H. Chenard. passed
HJ797 Celebrating the life of Mary Barbara Kirk Hoge. passed
HJ798 Celebrating the life of Earl V. Karl. passed
HJ799 Celebrating the life of Thomas Francis Byrne. passed
HJ800 Celebrating the life of Robert Joseph Coniglio. passed
HJ801 Celebrating the life of Cleonia B. Ramsey Agee Olson. passed
HJ802 Celebrating the life of Edna Bounds. passed
HJ803 Commending the Chantilly High School boys' tennis team. passed
HJ804 Commending Girl Scout Troop 3173. passed
HJ805 Celebrating the life of Charles Thompson. dead
HJ806 Commending the Riverheads High School football team. passed
HJ807 Commending Robert Casto. passed
HJ808 Commending the Byrd Theatre. passed
HJ809 Commending Robert Cellell Dalton. passed
HJ810 Commending Debbie Ritter. passed
HJ811 Celebrating the life of Edwin Burwell Jones Whitmore III. passed
HJ812 Celebrating the life of Barbara Beatrice Abernathy Ross. passed
HJ813 Commending Eleaner Otto Leftwich. passed
HJ814 Celebrating the life of Cynthia Lynn Piazza. passed
HJ815 Celebrating the life of Linwood S. Matthews. passed
HJ816 Commending Justin Carey. passed
HJ817 Commending Marie Ridder. passed
HJ818 Celebrating the life of Frank C. Carlucci III. passed
HJ819 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Ernest Pleasants Gates. passed
HJ820 Commending Falling Creek Ironworks. passed
HJ821 Commending Michael J. Brown. passed
HJ822 Commending the Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce. passed
HJ823 Commending Rosemary Trible. passed
HJ824 Commending Taywin Boonjindasap. dead
HJ825 Commending the Very Reverend John A. Weatherly. passed
HJ826 Commending the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging. passed
HJ827 Commending Allie Eggers. passed
HJ828 Commending Spring Hill Baptist Church. passed
HJ829 Commending Jhermaine Richey. passed
HJ830 Celebrating the life of Sylvia Overton McLaughlin. passed
HJ831 Celebrating the life of Andrew Dalton Elder, Sr. passed
HJ832 Commending the Reverend Clifton Threat. passed
HJ833 Commending Locally Poured. passed
HJ834 Celebrating the life of Scott Marvin Anderson. passed
HJ835 Commending Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company. passed
HJ836 Commending Ruth Coles Harris. passed
HJ837 Commending Thomas E. Ousley. passed
HJ838 Commending Senior Officer Joseph M. Nichols. passed
HJ839 Celebrating the life of Krissia Ansara Henderson Burrus. passed
HJ840 Celebrating the life of Walter T. Kenney, Sr. passed
HJ841 Celebrating the life of Leonard E. Phillips, Jr. passed
HJ842 Celebrating the life of Hunter Holmes McGuire, Jr., M.D. passed
HJ843 Celebrating the life of Joseph Dandridge Logan III. passed
HJ844 Commending Hope in the Cities. passed
HJ845 Celebrating the life of Yvonne Elizabeth Spain. passed
HJ846 Commending Montana Gold Bread Company. passed
HJ847 Commending Ellwood Thompson's. passed
HJ848 Commending Richmond Ballet. passed
HJ849 Commending Richmond Camera. passed
HJ850 Commending Bandazian and Company. passed
HJ851 Commending David Boyer. passed
HJ852 Celebrating the life of Sandra Elizabeth Miller. passed
HJ853 Commending Rick Wilson and Henderson Motorsports. passed
HJ854 Commending Zeta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. passed
HJ855 Commending Action in Community Through Service. passed
HJ856 Commending Oanh Pham Kim Dang. dead
HJ857 Commending Randolph-Macon College. passed
HJ858 Commending the Eastern Shore Area Agency on Aging/Community Action Agency. passed
HJ859 Commending Leslyn Barrow. passed
HJ860 Commending Sam Khamis. passed
HJ861 Commending Susan Richter. passed
HJ862 Commending William T. Green, D.D.S. passed
HJ863 Commending the Heritage High School football team. passed
HJ864 Commending the Virginia Defense Force. passed
HJ865 Commending Providence Baptist Church. passed
HJ866 Commending Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center. passed
HJ867 Commending United Steelworkers Local 8888. passed
HJ868 Commending The Apprentice School. passed
HJ869 Commending the James Madison University women's lacrosse team. passed
HJ870 Commending the Patrick Henry High School volleyball team. passed
HJ871 Celebrating the life of Anthony R. Whetzel. passed
HJ872 Celebrating the life of Lillie A. Estes. passed
HJ873 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Ralph L. Axselle, Jr. passed
HJ874 Celebrating the life of Roy Lee Redd. passed
HJ875 Celebrating the life of Trina Nelson Rupe. passed
HJ876 Commending New River Valley Community Services. passed
HJ877 Commending Don Goodman. passed
HJ878 Commending Robert Stoots. passed
HJ879 Commending the Frank W. Cox High School field hockey team. passed
HJ880 Commending the Rock Ridge High School softball team. passed
HJ881 Commending the 29th Infantry Division. passed
HJ882 Commending the Orange County Agricultural Initiative. passed
HJ883 Commending Richard Brooking. passed
HJ884 Commending Mt. Zion Baptist Church. passed
HJ885 Commending the Dolley Madison Garden Club. passed
HJ886 Commending William C. Chase, Jr. passed
HJ887 Commending the Gloucester High School field hockey team. passed
HJ888 Commending DeMolay International. passed
HJ889 Commending the Jamestown High School Envirothon team. passed
HJ890 Commending The College of William & Mary. passed
HJ891 Commending service dogs Liberty and Justice. passed
HJ892 Commending the Newport News Fall Festival. passed
HJ893 Commending the Newport News Police Department's Young Adult Police Commissioners program. passed
HJ894 Commending the Virginia Beer Company. passed
HJ895 Commending Community of Faith Mission. passed
HJ896 Commending Colonial Williamsburg. passed
HJ897 Commending Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg. passed
HJ898 Commending Jimmye Laycock. passed
HJ899 Commending the Virginia Peninsula Foodbank. passed
HJ900 Commending the 3 Amigos Mexican Restaurant. passed
HJ901 Commending Jay BeVille. passed
HJ902 Commending Laura Seltzer-Duny. passed
HJ903 Commending Naval Weapons Station Yorktown. passed
HJ904 Commending the United Way of the Virginia Peninsula. passed
HJ905 Celebrating the life of Tyler McKellan Spruill. passed
HJ906 Celebrating the life of James H. Bowles, M.D. passed
HJ907 Celebrating the life of Ronnie Lee McCray. passed
HJ908 Celebrating the life of George Fuller Cridlin. passed
HJ909 Commending The Woman's Club. passed
HJ910 Commending Technical Sergeant Allyson Denise Winston, USAF. passed
HJ911 Commending Edward D. Fly. passed
HJ912 Commending Girls on the Run of NOVA. passed
HJ913 Commending Safe Space NOVA. passed
HJ914 Commending the Westfield High School football team. passed
HJ915 Celebrating the life of Colonel Robert B. Mason, USMC, Ret. passed
HJ916 Commending Joe Taylor. passed
HJ917 Commending Sterling Edwards Rives III. passed
HJ918 Commending David Rosenberg. passed
HJ919 Commending the McLean Newcomers and Neighbors Club. passed
HJ920 Commending the Presbyterian Children's Home of the Highlands. passed
HJ921 Commending Louis G. Zindel III. passed
HJ922 Commending the Warrenton-Fauquier Joint Communications Center. passed
HJ923 Celebrating the life of Lou Dean. passed
HJ924 Celebrating the life of Ursula Landsrath. passed
HJ925 Celebrating the life of Milton Thomas Edgerton, Jr., M.D. passed
HJ926 Celebrating the life of Helen B. Snook. passed
HJ927 Celebrating the life of Charlotte Staples Riddick. passed
HJ928 Commending Marcus L. Martin, M.D. passed
HJ929 Commending the Jefferson Area Board for Aging. passed
HJ930 Commending Steven G. Meeks. passed
HJ931 Commending Charles Alexander. passed
HJ932 Commending Lani Ashberry. passed
HJ933 Commending Frederick S. Middleton III. passed
HJ934 Commending Meg Medina. passed
HJ935 Commending A Simple Gesture - Reston. passed
HJ936 Commending Touching Heart. passed
HJ937 Commending Omicron Kappa Kappa. passed
HJ938 Commending Kurt Rose. passed
HJ939 Commending the Healthy Generations Area Agency on Aging. passed
HJ940 Celebrating the life of Bellamy Malaki Gamboa. passed
HJ941 Celebrating the life of George Shelbourne Bussey. passed
HJ942 Commending Commissioners and Cans. passed
HJ943 Commending the Newport News Redevelopment and Housing Authority. passed
HJ944 Commending the Silent Children's Garden. passed
HJ945 Celebrating the life of David P. Bobzien. passed
HJ946 Celebrating the life of John George Liakos. passed
HJ947 Celebrating the life of William Garfield Dabney. passed
HJ948 Celebrating the life of Annie Lee Farmer McGuire. passed
HJ949 Commending Sherley Stuart. passed
HJ950 Commending Evelyn Bethel and Helen Davis. passed
HJ951 Commending Jamie Follin Nichols. passed
HJ952 Commending Robert A. Clement, Jr. passed
HJ953 Commending George Miller. passed
HJ954 Commending Sue Ranson. passed
HJ955 Commending the Hilton Downtown Richmond. passed
HJ956 Commending the United Network for Organ Sharing. passed
HJ957 Celebrating the life of Dr. Donn Lancaster. passed
HJ958 Celebrating the life of Cynthia Grim Dellinger. passed
HJ959 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Robert Franklin Hagans, Jr. passed
HJ960 Commemorating the life and legacy Thomas Calhoun Walker. passed
HJ961 Celebrating the life of Audrey Elizabeth Moore. passed
HJ962 Commending Calista Garcia. passed
HJ963 Commending Arlington Free Clinic. passed
HJ964 Commending St. Augustine's Episcopal Church. passed
HJ965 Commending John A. Downey. passed
HJ966 Commending the Northern Virginia Technology Council Foundation. passed
HJ967 Commending Backpack Buddies Foundation of Loudoun. passed
HJ968 Celebrating the life of Trooper Lucas B. Dowell. passed
HJ969 Celebrating the life of Glen Wood. passed
HJ970 Celebrating the life of Dale Warren Dover. passed
HJ971 Celebrating the life of President George Herbert Walker Bush. passed
HJ972 Celebrating the life of Robert C. Nusbaum. passed
HJ973 Celebrating the life of Anne B. Shumadine. passed
HJ974 Commending the Norfolk Drug Court. passed
HJ975 Commending the Attucks Theatre. passed
HJ976 Commending Ohef Sholom Temple. passed
HJ977 Commending Paul B. Ebert. passed
HJ978 Commending the Brown family. passed
HJ979 Judges; election in Supreme Court of Virginia, circuit court, etc. passed
HJ980 Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award. passed
HJ981 Commending Harry James Johnson. passed
HJ982 Commending Reginald Purvis. passed
HJ983 Commending the Manchester High School football team. passed
HJ984 Celebrating the life of Lorna Garrett Adkins. passed
HJ985 Celebrating the life of Commander Frederick Lineburg, USN, Ret. passed
HJ986 Celebrating the life of Richard Dudley White. passed
HJ987 Celebrating the life of Robert LeeErtiese Crenshaw, Jr. passed
HJ988 Commending Clover Hill Baptist Church. introduced
HJ989 Commending Horizon Behavioral Health. passed
HJ990 Commending Senior Connections, the Capital Area Agency on Aging. passed
HJ991 Commending Leroy Holland. passed
HJ992 Commending Ester Pavia. passed
HJ993 Commending Debra Gee. passed
HJ994 Commending West Engineering Company. passed
HJ995 Commending the Southern Area Agency on Aging. passed
HJ996 Commending God's Pit Crew. passed
HJ997 Celebrating the life of Charles Austin Joy, Jr. passed
HJ998 Commending Clifton Rector. passed
HJ999 Commending Gerald L. Gordon, Ph.D. passed
HJ1000 Commending Meghan Percival. passed
HJ1001 Commending the Princess Anne High School girls' basketball team. passed
HJ1002 Commending Arrowhead Elementary School. passed
HJ1003 Commending Nolan Fitzsimmons. passed
HJ1004 Commending Helen Ganley. passed
HJ1005 Celebrating the life of Jose Del Carmen Carbajal. passed
HJ1006 Commending the Rotary Club of Portsmouth. passed
HJ1007 Celebrating the life of Guy Malcolm Kinman, Jr. passed
HJ1008 Celebrating the life of John M. Cornman. passed
HJ1009 Celebrating the life of Timothy Martin Wise. passed
HJ1010 Celebrating the life of Lucy E. Denney. passed
HJ1011 Celebrating the life of Carolyn W. Johnson. passed
HJ1012 Celebrating the life of Sheila Elizabeth Norman. passed
HJ1013 Commending Robin Norman. passed
HJ1014 Commending the League of Women Voters of Arlington. passed
HJ1015 Commending the Arlington Area Agency on Aging. passed
HJ1016 Commending Captain Todd Marzano, USN. passed
HJ1017 Commending Linda Lindberg. passed
HJ1018 Commending Timothy Wyatt Cotman, Jr. passed
HJ1019 Commending Zachary Norrbom. passed
HJ1020 Commending the Honorable Richard J. McCue. passed
HJ1021 Commending Thomas J. Kelley, Jr. passed
HJ1022 Commending the West Springfield High School baseball team. passed
HJ1023 Commending Robert J. Austin. passed
HJ1024 Commending the Williamsburg Unitarian Universalists. passed
HJ1025 Commending Amy G. Fannon. passed
HJ1026 Commending Eugene C. Wingfield. passed
HJ1027 Commending Stanley S. Clarke. passed
HJ1028 Commending Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3103. passed
HJ1029 Commending James Madison High School. passed
HJ1030 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Kenny Smith. passed
HJ1031 Commending the Chancellor High School field hockey team. passed
HJ1032 Commending Linda Q. Smyth. passed
HJ1033 Commending the Prince William County Human Rights Commission. passed
HJ1034 Celebrating the life of Norman Brooks. passed
HJ1035 Celebrating the life of James Hoshik Kim. passed
HJ1036 Commending John N. Skirven. passed
HJ1037 Commending the Williamsburg-James City County Community Action Agency. passed
HJ1038 Commending Stephen Legawiec. passed
HJ1039 Commending the Jamestown High School Envirothon team. passed
HJ1040 Commending the Fairfax County Department of Neighborhood and Community Services. passed
HJ1041 Commending Fairfax County. passed
HJ1042 Commending Bayside High School. passed
HJ1043 Commending Kempsville Meadows Elementary School. passed
HJ1044 Commending Kempsville Middle School. passed
HJ1045 Commending the Aquia Harbour community. passed
HJ1046 Commending Pembroke Meadows Elementary School. passed
HJ1047 Celebrating the life of Robert Andrew Earley, Sr. passed
HJ1048 Celebrating the life of Josiah Pollard Rowe III. passed
HJ1049 Celebrating the life of Mitchel Raftelis. passed
HJ1050 Commending Larkspur Middle School. passed
HJ1051 Commending Princess Anne High School. passed
HJ1052 Commending River Bend Bistro. passed
HJ1053 Commending the First Bank and Trust Company. passed
HJ1054 Commending the employees of Bristol Motor Speedway. passed
HJ1055 Commending the Bristol Chamber of Commerce. passed
HJ1056 Commending On Our Own. passed
HJ1057 Commending Brenda G. Willis. passed
HJ1058 Celebrating the life of Alexis Wesolowsky Press. passed
HJ1059 Celebrating the life of March Cromuel, Jr., USN, Ret. passed
HJ1060 Celebrating the life of George Stenke. passed
HJ1061 Commending Lieutenant James Layne. passed
HJ1062 Commending Jane Strauss. passed
HJ1063 Commending the Silence Empowers Violence Community Care and Action Teams. passed
HJ1064 Commending the Reverend Lawrence G. Campbell, Sr. passed
HJ1065 Commending the Fieldale-Collinsville Volunteer Rescue Squad. passed
HJ1066 Commending Robbie Woodall. passed
HJ1067 Commending Gretna Rescue Squad, Inc. passed
HJ1068 Commending the Chatham Star-Tribune. passed
HJ1069 Commending the Owens-Illinois, Inc., Danville plant. passed
HJ1070 Commending Sylvan Learning in Sterling. passed
HJ1071 Commending the Longfellow Middle School National Literature Competition team. passed
HJ1072 Commending Bloom by Doyle's. passed
HJ1073 Commending the Academies of Loudoun. passed
HJ1074 Commending Little Austria, LLC. passed
HJ1075 Commending Kline's Freeze. passed
HJ1076 Commending the Patrick Henry College moot court team. passed
HJ1077 Commending Robert Dryden. passed
HJ1078 Commending the Woodgrove High School football team. passed
HJ1079 Commending the Reverend Christopher C. Carter, Sr. passed
HJ1080 Celebrating the life of John Davis Williams. passed
HJ1081 Celebrating the life of Fred Thomas Martin, Sr. passed
HJ1082 Celebrating the life of Richard Lee Proffitt. passed
HJ1083 Celebrating the life of Evelynn Belle Ware. passed
HJ1084 Celebrating the life of Malcolm Forbes Baldwin. passed
HJ1085 Commending the Loudoun Valley High School boys' cross country team. passed
HJ1086 Commending the Clarke County High School girls' cross country team. passed
HJ1087 Commending Hogback Mountain Paintball. passed
HJ1088 Commending the Woodgrove High School softball team. passed
HJ1089 Commending First Church of Newport News. passed
HJ1090 Commending the Tuscarora High School girls' cross country team. passed
HJ1091 Commending the Loudoun County High School girls' soccer team. passed
HJ1092 Commending the Loudoun County High School girls volleyball team. passed
HJ1093 Commending the residents of the Rollins Ford Road corridor. passed
HJ1094 Commending the Reverend Jay Lawson. passed
HJ1095 Commending Sharon Bulova. passed
HJ1096 Commending the Fairfax Library Foundation, Inc. passed
HJ1097 VRS, Board of Trustees; confirming appointments by Joint Rules Committee. passed
HJ1098 Celebrating the life of Willie Mae Mitchell. passed
HJ1099 Celebrating the life of Josephine Bernadine Cooke. passed
HJ1100 Celebrating the life of Gary Carlo LaPorta. passed
HJ1101 Commending the Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing. passed
HJ1102 Commending Tony Bentley. passed
HJ1103 Commending Not a Runaway, Inc. passed
HJ1104 Commending the Mount Vernon Council of Citizens' Associations. passed
HJ1105 Commending Richard Alderson. passed
HJ1106 Commending Greg Joachim. passed
HJ1107 Commending Gum Springs. passed
HJ1108 Commending United Community Ministries, Inc. passed
HJ1109 Commending Michael Bennett. passed
HJ1110 Commending the South County High School boys' basketball team. passed
HJ1111 Commending the South County High School band program. passed
HJ1112 Commending Shayla Young. passed
HJ1113 Commending the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority. passed
HJ1114 Commending the Lakewood Hills #1 Home Owners Association. passed
HJ1115 Commending Michael Applegate. passed
HJ1116 Commending Newington Forest Elementary School. passed
HJ1117 Commending Brian Dettelbach. passed
HJ1118 Commending Edu-Futuro. passed
HJ1119 Commending Nancy-Jo Manney. passed
HJ1120 Commending Johnson's Orchards. passed
HJ1121 Commending the Mustang Heritage Foundation. passed
HJ1122 Commending Ron Wasserstein. passed
HJ1123 Commending Jeff Creskoff. passed
HJ1124 Commending the Fairfax County Park Authority. passed
HJ1125 Commending Dr. Terri Mason. passed
HJ1126 Commending Lieutenant Colonel Adam Pannone, USAR. passed
HJ1127 Commending Carey J. Sienicki. passed
HJ1128 Commending the Loudoun Freedom Center. passed
HJ1129 Commending the Young Entrepreneurs Academy. passed
HJ1130 Commending Tim Hemstreet. passed
HJ1131 Commending Jason Kaiser, Jr. passed
HJ1132 Commending the Virginia Scenic Rivers Program. passed
HJ1133 Commending American Jewish Committee Washington, D.C. passed
HJ1134 Kate Waller Barrett Branch Library; sit-in. passed
HJ1135 Commending John C. Cook. passed
HJ1136 Commending the Korean Independence Movement. passed
HJ1137 Celebrating the life of Command Sergeant Major Lorene Ann Wright, USA, Ret. passed
HJ1138 Celebrating the life of Captain Anthony Reid Adams, USCG, Ret. passed
HJ1139 Celebrating the life of Bradford Turner Clark. passed
HJ1140 Judges; election in circuit court, general district court, etc. passed
HJ1141 House of Delegates; amending and readopting Rules 20 and 23. passed
HR211 Commemorating the life and legacy of Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn. passed
HR212 Commending Steven Tranka, Jr. passed
HR213 Commending the Greater Manassas Baseball League 8U Lady Cavalry Blue and Gray Team. passed
HR214 Commending The Apprentice School football team. passed
HR215 Virginia House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed
HR216 Celebrating the life of Walter Norris Hardy, Sr. passed
HR217 VDC; staffing levels, employment conditions, and compensation. dead
HR218 Commending the Town of Lebanon. passed
HR219 Nominating a person to be elected to the Court of Appeals of Virginia. passed
HR220 Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships. passed
HR221 Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships. passed
HR222 Nominating persons the be elected to juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeships. passed
HR223 Nominating a person to be elected as a member of the Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission. passed
HR224 Nominating a person to be elected as a member of the State Corporation Commission. passed
HR225 Commending the University of Virginia. passed
HR226 Maternal and infant mortality; recognizing crisis. dead
HR227 Commending the Rotary Club of Oyster Point. passed
HR228 Commending Gary Grutzik. passed
HR229 Celebrating the life of Edythe Horwitz Hoffman. passed
HR230 Celebrating the life of Michael Joseph Bogese, Jr. passed
HR231 Celebrating the life of Robert Carey Goodman, Jr. passed
HR232 Celebrating the life of Edward Armistead Talman, M.D. passed
HR233 Commending Casanova Hunt. passed
HR234 Commending the Graham High School football team. passed
HR235 Commending the Freeman High School Battle of the Brains team. passed
HR236 Celebrating the life of Sarah Goldenberg Fraher. passed
HR237 Commending Thomas Jefferson High School. passed
HR238 Commending Tommy Lee Jones. passed
HR239 Commending Stop Child Abuse Now of Northern Virginia. passed
HR240 Commending Renee Gholz. passed
HR241 Commending Dominion Hospital. passed
HR242 Commending the Literacy Council of Northern Virginia. passed
HR243 Commending Richard L. Semmler. passed
HR244 Celebrating the life of Richardson Grinnan, M.D. passed
HR245 Celebrating the life of Richard Eugene Kevorkian. passed
HR246 Celebrating the life of Edward Jarratt Ramsey, Jr., M.D. passed
HR247 Celebrating the life of Marshall Wayne Smith. passed
HR248 Celebrating the life of Robert G. Davis, Jr. passed
HR249 Commending Jack and Roberta McKay. passed
HR250 Commending Elizabeth and Lauren Bradshaw. passed
HR251 Commending Cameron Marks. passed
HR252 Commending Richard David Legon. passed
HR253 Commending Michael Joseph Grasso. passed
HR254 Commending the Northern Virginia Dental Society. passed
HR255 Celebrating the life of Anne B. Pendleton. passed
HR256 Commending Cristin Emrick. passed
HR257 Commending Q Daddy's Pitmaster BBQ. passed
HR258 Celebrating the life of Thomas Elder, Jr. passed
HR259 Celebrating the life of Charlotte Mae Satterwhite Troxell. passed
HR260 Celebrating the life of Claxton M. Melvin. passed
HR261 Commending Educational Theatre Company. passed
HR262 Commending Virginia's State Forests. passed
HR263 Commending the Reverend Ludwell Brown. passed
HR264 Commending the Freedom High School wrestling team. passed
HR265 Commending Tim Rife. passed
HR266 Celebrating the life of William F. Casey, Jr. passed
HR267 Commending Becky Morrison. passed
HR268 Commending Percy F. Ward, Jr. passed
HR269 Commending the Junior Beta Club of New Kent Elementary and Middle Schools. passed
HR270 Commending the Princess Anne High School girls' basketball team. passed
HR271 Celebrating the life of Sergeant First Class Joshua Zachary Beale, USA. passed
HR272 Celebrating the life of Jerry Allen Hurt. passed
HR273 Commending Elizabeth S. Dingus. passed
HR274 Rules of the House of Delegates; consideration of SJR ratifying an amendment to U.S. Constitution. introduced
HR275 Celebrating the life of Herbert White, Jr. passed
HR276 Commending Arrowhead Elementary School. introduced
HR277 Commending Richard DeSomma. passed
HR278 Celebrating the life of Ryan Murray. passed
HR279 Rules of the House of Delegates; consideration of proposed rules relating to specific legislation. introduced
HR280 Rules of the House of Delegates; voting requirement to discharge a committee/consideration of reso. dead
HR281 Commending the Virginian Steak House. passed
HR282 Celebrating the life of Charles Thompson. passed
HR283 Celebrating the life of John D. Jenkins. passed
HR284 Celebrating the life of John Harper. passed
HR285 Commending Howard Lee Grove. passed
HR286 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed
HR287 Nominating a person to be elected to the Court of Appeals of Virginia. passed
HR288 Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships. passed
HR289 Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships. passed
HR290 Nominating persons the be elected to juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeships. passed
HR291 Nominating a person to be elected as a member of the Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission. passed
HR292 Commending Stop the Flooding NOW. passed
HR293 Commending Bob Mosier. introduced
HR294 Commending the Hylton Boys & Girls Club. passed
HR295 Commending Hearts Delight Baptist Church. passed
HR296 Commending the Afro-American Historical Association of Fauquier County. passed
HR297 Commending Wendy Edwards. passed
HR298 Celebrating the life of Bellamy Malaki Gamboa. passed
HR299 Commending the Honorable Daun Sessoms Hester. passed
HR300 Commending the Lake Taylor High School boys' basketball team. passed
HR301 Celebrating the life of Sandra J. DeLoatch. passed
HR302 Commending Clover Hill Baptist Church. passed
HR303 Commending the Ctr for Innovative Tech's Ctr for Unmanned Systems and the Va. Tech Mid-Atlantic. passed
HR304 Celebrating the life of James Robert Bushong. passed
HR305 Commending the National Conference Center's Project SEARCH team. passed
HR306 Commending Monroe E. Harris, Jr., M.D. passed
HR307 Commending the Armenian Food Festival. passed
HR308 Commending Mary-Martha Catlett. passed
HR309 Commending the Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce. passed
HR310 Commending the Union High School golf team. passed
HR311 Commending Ron Kody. passed
HR312 Commending Helen Turner Murphy and W. Tayloe Murphy, Jr. passed
HR313 Commending Cyliene Montgomery. passed
HR314 Commending the Crater Area Agency on Aging. passed
HR315 Commending Judy Boyce Perry. passed
HR316 Commending Hoffman Beverage Company. passed
HR317 Commending John T. Atkinson. passed
HR318 Celebrating the life of Dr. David B. Crouse, Sr. passed
HR319 Commending Robert Mawyer. passed
HR320 Commending Tracey Zaval. passed
HR321 Commending Health Brigade. passed
HR322 Commending the Virginia Girls Choir. passed
HR323 Celebrating the life of Master Sergeant Jerre S. Thomas II, USMC, Ret. passed
HR324 Commending Joseph Moore. passed
HR325 Commending Liberty High School. passed
HR326 Commending Minnieville Elementary School. passed
HR327 Commending the Prince William County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. passed
HR328 Commending Salem High School. passed
HR329 Commending Green Run High School. passed
HR330 Commending New Castle Elementary School. passed
HR331 Commending Indian Lakes Elementary School. passed
HR332 Commending Centerville Elementary School. passed
HR333 Commending JoAnn Falletta. passed
HR334 Commending the Council of United Filipino Organizations of Tidewater, Virginia, Inc. passed
HR335 Commending Oanh Pham Kim Dang. passed
HR336 Commending the Abingdon High School golf team. passed
HR337 Commending Rufus Edmond Tyler, Sr. passed
HR338 Commending St. Paul Elementary School. passed
HR339 Commending Welton Tyler, Sr. passed
HR340 Commending Smokey Bear. passed
HR341 Commending the Eastside High School one-act play team. passed
HR342 Commending the Warrenton Pony Show. passed
HR343 Commending Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services. passed
HR344 Commending Irma Becerra, Ph.D. passed
HR345 Commending RevolutionaryVA250. passed
HR346 Commending Willard Intermediate School. passed
HR347 Commending the Trinity Episcopal School varsity field hockey team. passed
HR348 Commending the Richmond Shakespeare Festival. passed
HR349 Commending Lauren Serpa. passed
HR350 Commending the Ukrop's Monument Avenue 10k. passed
HR351 Commending Wayne Tinsley. passed
HR352 Commending Mark F. O'Neil. passed
HR353 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Kenneth N. Whitehurst, Jr. passed
HR354 Celebrating the life of Wesley Charles Lipicky. passed
HR355 Commending the Thomas Jefferson Middle School counseling department. passed
HR356 Commending the Virginia Stage Company. passed
HR357 Commending the Freedom Museum. passed
HR358 Commending the Virginia Opera. passed
HR359 Commending Goshen Post Elementary School. passed
HR360 Commending Jai Kumar. passed
HR361 Commending the Freedom-South Riding High School girls' lacrosse team. passed
HR362 Commending the RoboLords robotics team. passed
HR363 Commending Duaah Hammad. passed
HR364 Commending Good Dog Rocky. passed
HR365 Commending Margaret O'Sullivan Flanagan. passed
HR366 Commending Burgerim. passed
HR367 Celebrating the life of Police Officer Hunter Edwards. passed
HR368 Celebrating the life of William Shendow. passed
HR369 Commending Justin Hu. passed
HR370 Commending Catherine M. Hudgins. passed
HR371 Commending Pat Hynes. passed
HR372 Commending Gerald T. Miller. passed
HR373 Commending the Israel, State of. passed
HR374 Celebrating the life of Russell Baker. passed
HR375 Commending the Freedom High School gymnastics team. passed
HR376 Commending Norman Duncan. passed
HR377 Commending the Rotary Club of Ashburn. passed
HR378 Commending Sandy Evans. passed
HR379 Celebrating the life of James P. Clouse, Ph.D. passed
HR380 Commending the Clover Hill High School show choirs. passed
HR381 Commending Trip's Auto Sales DMV Select office. passed
HR382 Commending the Greater Manassas Baseball League 8U Lady Cavalry Blue & Gray Team. passed
HR383 Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships. passed
HR384 Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships. passed
HR385 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed
HR386 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nominations for election of members. passed
HR387 Commending Ronald D. Oakes. passed
HR388 Commending the Brooke Point High School wrestling team. passed
HR389 Commending Karen Legato. passed
HR390 Commending Temple Beth-El. passed
HR391 Commending the Salisbury Garden Club. passed
HR392 Commending the Loudoun County Clerk of the Circuit Court Historic Records & Deed Research Division. passed
HR393 Commending the Loudoun County Public Library. passed
HR394 Commending China King. passed
HR395 Commending the Loudoun County High School marching band. passed
HR396 Commending the Loudoun County Office of Emergency Management. passed
HR397 Commending Virginia Indians. passed
HR398 Commending Tamarind Indian Cuisine. passed
HR399 Commending Marumen. passed
HR400 Commending the Step Sisters. passed
HR401 Commending Bertram Aaron. passed
HR402 Commending Jae Cha. passed
HR403 Commending George W. Lamb. passed
HR404 Commending the Loudoun Valley High School boys' indoor track team. passed
HR405 Commending the Loudoun Valley High School boys' outdoor track team. passed
HR406 Commending the Loudoun Valley High School girls' cross country team. passed
HR407 Celebrating the life of Kevin Corbett. passed
HR408 Celebrating the life of Louis Alexander Wacker. passed
HR409 Celebrating the life of Shirley Cox Warren Hale. passed
HR410 Celebrating the life of Dennis Wayne Nash. passed
HR411 Celebrating the life of Mark Lee Fischer. passed
HR412 Celebrating the life of Donald E. Boyd. passed
HR413 Celebrating the life of Theresa Herlihy Meade. passed
HR414 Commending the Mary Baldwin University Alumni Association. passed
HR415 Commending John N. Paden passed
HR416 Commending Black women in the General Assembly. passed
HR417 Commending the Northern Virginia Community College Educational Foundation. passed
HR418 Commending Britepaths. passed
HR419 Commending the Northern Virginia Conservation Trust. passed
HR420 Commending Brigadier General Sandra Louise Alvey, USAR. passed
HR421 Commending Forest Webb. passed
HR422 Commending Cameron Wooldridge. passed
HR423 Commending Ethan Martin. passed
HR424 Commending Jacob Turpin. passed
HR425 Commending Will Moss. passed
HR426 Commending the Southeast Rural Community Assistance Project. passed
HR427 Commending Lieutenant Karl P. Martin. passed
HR428 Commending Jayson Richard Gowan Werth. passed
HR429 Commending the Reverend Michelle Thomas. passed
HR430 Commending Jana Monaco. passed
HR431 Commending 100WomenStrong. passed
HR432 Commending the Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Department. passed
HR433 Commending Bodhisattva Swami Anand Arun. passed
HR434 Commending Sangster Elementary School. passed
HR435 Commending the American Legion. introduced
HR436 Commending Keene Mill Elementary School. passed
HR437 Commending the Chris Atwood Foundation. passed
HR438 Commending Orange Hunt Elementary School. passed
HR439 Commending the Alexandria Library Company. passed
HR440 Commending Hunt Valley Elementary School. passed
HR441 Commending Fort Belvoir Upper School. passed
HR442 Commending Fort Belvoir Primary School. passed
HR443 Commending South County High School. passed
HR444 Commending South County Middle School. passed
HR445 Commending the Patriot High School boys' and girls' indoor track teams. passed
HR446 Commending Trace Wall. passed
HR447 Commending Adda Lounge and Restaurant. passed
HR448 Commending the Manassas Park High School swim team. passed
HR449 Celebrating the life of Theodore F. Adams, Jr. passed
HR450 Celebrating the life of Eldridge N. Cook. passed
HR451 Celebrating the life of Donald E. Shuemaker, Sr. passed
HR452 Commending Pearl Bevins Chew. passed
HR453 Commending the Langley High School Japanese Youth Exchange program. passed
HR454 Commending Johnston-Willis Hospital. passed
HR455 Celebrating the life of Joshua Wayne Bell. passed
HR456 Commending the Abraham Lincoln Brigade. introduced
HR457 Commending Wendy Wilcox. passed
# Title Status
SB3 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. dead
SB4 Absentee voting; persons age 65 or older. dead
SB6 Absentee voting; late applications and in-person voting in certain circumstances. dead
SB8 Absentee voting; prescribed oath for absentee voters. dead
SB11 State Corporation Commission; increases number of members. dead
SB17 Uninsured and underinsured motorist insurance policies; bad faith. dead
SB32 Animal Cruelty Conviction List; established. dead
SB48 Concealed handgun; eligibility to carry openly within Commonwealth. dead
SB56 Line of Duty Act; eligible dependents. dead
SB59 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; training standards, community engaged policing. dead
SB82 Electric utility regulation; agricultural net energy metering. dead
SB83 Renewable energy; third-party power purchase agreements. dead
SB93 Parole, eligibility for; at liberty between offenses. dead
SB110 Marijuana field test; evidence at trial. dead
SB114 Absentee voting; no excuse. dead
SB116 License plates, special; issuance for members/supporters of Parents Against Bullying organization. dead
SB136 Absentee voting; no-excuse in-person available 21 days prior to election. dead
SB141 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; use of certain revenues by localities. dead
SB160 Language development for children who are deaf or hard of hearing; assessment resources. dead
SB164 Absentee voting; persons age 65 or older. dead
SB167 Discovery in criminal cases; duty to provide. dead
SB173 Consumer fireworks; regulation of the sale and use, criminal and civil penalties. dead
SB175 Dogs or cats; public animal shelters required to notify intent to euthanize. dead
SB178 Parental or legal custodial powers, temporary delegation of; child-placing agency. dead
SB193 Plastic shopping bags, disposable; local option to distribute to consumers. dead
SB207 Statewide prioritization process project selection; cost of project to be considered. dead
SB208 Impact fees; residential development. dead
SB215 Concealed handguns; renewal of permits, notice of expiration. dead
SB217 Sale of dog or cat not obtained from releasing agency or animal rescue; prohibition. dead
SB224 Release of seized property; petition to stay release. dead
SB243 Virginia Veterans Recovery Grant Program and Fund; established, report. dead
SB254 Absentee voting; no excuse required when voting in person. dead
SB255 License taxes; interest rate for certain refunds. dead
SB259 Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; eligibility. dead
SB272 Construction Trust Act; moneys paid under a contract by an owner to a contractor. dead
SB277 Absentee voting; persons age 65 or older. dead
SB289 Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; public documents, redactions. dead
SB299 Taxation, Department of; reports on sales and use tax exemptions. dead
SB311 Community solar gardens; SCC to establish standards for operation. dead
SB313 Community solar generation; establishment of facilities. dead
SB317 Public procurement; contracting for construction on a construction management basis. dead
SB323 Virginia Independent Redistricting Review Commission; established. dead
SB350 Concealed handgun permit; extends expiration date. dead
SB351 Firearms in locked vehicles; immunity from liability. dead
SB352 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. dead
SB355 Richmond, City of; designates areas that constitute service territory for natural gas utility. dead
SB357 Death certificates; electronic filing required. dead
SB364 Motor vehicle liability insurance; increases minimum liability coverage amount. dead
SB366 School personnel; staffing ratios, school nurses. dead
SB367 Stormwater; localities to provide for partial waiver of service charges for management at airports. dead
SB370 Prescription drugs; delivery of orders. dead
SB373 Higher education; prohibits any percentage increase in in-state tuition for undergraduate students. dead
SB380 Personal injury; loss of consortium claims by certain relatives. dead
SB414 Micro Market Act; registration required for operation of micro markets, effective clause. dead
SB415 Jurisdiction of claim; plaintiff's motion to amend claim amount, transfer of matter. dead
SB419 Discriminating between employees on the basis of sex; payment of wages. dead
SB431 License plates, special; I SUPPORT WOMEN VETERANS. dead
SB436 Schedule I drugs; classification for fentanyl derivatives. dead
SB453 Absentee voting; persons age 65 or older. dead
SB458 Conditional proffers; public facility capacity, previously approved residential developments. dead
SB461 Direct service providers; disclosure of information by employers. dead
SB463 Drug crimes; disposition of forfeited property used in connection with the commission of crimes. dead
SB468 Line of Duty Act; death benefit eligibility, Department of Military Affairs employees. dead
SB476 School principals; incident reports. dead
SB481 Nonsuits; recommencement of action. dead
SB494 Line of Duty Act; health insurance coverage for eligible spouses. dead
SB495 Deputy Sheriff Supplemental Salary Fund; created, revenue source. dead
SB497 Public places; disorderly conduct, right of person in charge to detain. dead
SB498 Law-enforcement officers, local; retirement benefit, participation by certain political subdivision. dead
SB499 Conservation easements; validity, termination. dead
SB502 Virginia Public Procurement Act; State Police, exemption for purchase of aviation equipment. dead
SB505 Doctorate of medical science; establishes requirements for licensure and practice. dead
SB510 Cigarette tax; counties authorized to hold referendum. dead
SB516 Public schools; Board of Education to establish regional charter school divisions. dead
SB537 Computation of composite index; land-use assessment value. dead
SB541 Involuntary manslaughter; death of a fetus, penalty. dead
SB561 Interstate 81; pilot program for right lane restrictions for tractor trucks. dead
SB574 Step therapy protocols; health benefits, disclosure of information. dead
SB578 Drivers' license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. dead
SB583 Western Virginia Transportation Fund; created. dead
SB590 Scope of discovery; deposing certain corporate officers. dead
SB591 Post-election audits; definition. dead
SB592 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use, penalty. dead
SB600 Distracted driving; penalty. dead
SB602 Absentee voting; no-excuse in-person available 21 days prior to election. dead
SB603 Same-sex marriage; gender-neutral terms. dead
SB604 Absentee voting; certain absentee voters permitted to vote after close of absentee voting location. dead
SB613 Local government; deposition. dead
SB634 All-Payer Claims Database; participation by certain insurance. dead
SB639 Health care shared savings; incentive programs. dead
SB642 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. dead
SB662 Electric utilities; competition. dead
SB674 Election day voter registration; State Board of Elections to develop a pilot program, report. dead
SB689 Absentee voting; eligibility of persons whose polling place prohibits firearms. dead
SB692 Disabled parking placards; certification by mental health professional to DMV a person's disability. dead
SB694 Intentional or negligent infliction of injury or death; bystander claims for emotional distress. dead
SB700 School bus video-monitoring systems; release of information by DMV. dead
SB711 Electric utilities; community renewable projects. dead
SB713 Standards of Quality; mathematics intervention services. dead
SB714 Local economic development; expenditure shall be first approved by local governing body. dead
SB731 Health insurance plans; prior authorization for drug benefits or surgical procedures. dead
SB737 Driving under influence of alcohol; license conditions for first offense. dead
SB746 Sales and Use Tax; accelerated payments. dead
SB753 Expert witnesses; standards for testimony. dead
SB761 Law-enforcement officers; training, reimbursement of costs. dead
SB765 Coal ash ponds; mandatory testing of drinking water wells in Chesapeake Bay watershed. dead
SB766 Citizen water quality monitoring; use as evidence in enforcement actions. dead
SB767 Coal ash ponds; flaws in closure plans, delay of permit. dead
SB768 Electric utilities; recovery of costs associated with closure in place of coal ash facilities. dead
SB770 Absentee voting; alternative locations for in-person absentee voting. dead
SB771 Absentee voting; counting military and overseas absentee ballots received after close of polls. dead
SB773 Alcoholic beverage control; reduces food-to-beverage ratio for mixed beverage licensees. dead
SB777 Post-conviction relief; previously admitted scientific evidence. dead
SB790 Virginia Employment Commission; development of a plan for a paid family-medical leave program. dead
SB791 Employers and potential employers; civil immunity, reports of violent behavior by an employee. dead
SB799 Virginia Gaming Commission; established. dead
SB800 Trespass; civil action, vicarious liability. dead
SB808 Electric utilities; Transitional Rate Period, coal combustion residuals landfills. dead
SB816 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; disclosure by local government officers. dead
SB835 Central Virginia Training Center; closure prohibited. dead
SB837 Electric utilities; retail competition. dead
SB838 Virginia Conservation Police Review Board; created. dead
SB842 Certificate of public need; medical equipment for MRI & CT scanning services in City of Winchester. dead
SB845 Premium Security Plan; created, a state-based reinsurance program. dead
SB857 Public Rights-of-Way Use; fees used for high-speed Internet access in underserved areas. dead
SB864 Cryptocurrencies; State Corporation Commission to study. dead
SB865 Standards of Quality; reading diagnostic tests. dead
SB879 Intangible personal property; personal property used in manufacturing. dead
SB880 Composite index; local ability to pay for certain counties. dead
SB886 Law-enforcement officers; psychological examination. dead
SB897 Workers' compensation; taxicab and executive sedan drivers. dead
SB904 Line of Duty Act; disabled persons to participate in state and local health insurance. dead
SB907 Health insurance; coverage for contraceptives. dead
SB909 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. dead
SB913 Voters; review of assignments in districts throughout the Commonwealth. dead
SB916 Health benefit plans; sale by authorized foreign health insurers. dead
SB936 Standards of Achievement Career and Technical Education Committee; established. dead
SB938 Child support; withholding of income, contracts with an independent contractor. dead
SB940 Combined sewer overflow system; notice of discharge. dead
SB944 Cash proffers; impact fees. dead
SB952 Protective orders; issuance upon convictions for certain felonies, penalty. dead
SB957 Conditional rezoning proffer; exemption from certain requirements. dead
SB973 Track and Trace Program; established. dead
SB975 Students with disabilities; feasibility of educational placement transition of certain students. dead
SB980 Statewide e-filing system; creating for civil case filings. dead
SB988 License plates, special; THE AMERICAN LEGION. dead
SB990 Stormwater; State Water Control Board to adopt regulations. dead
SB997 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple possession, penalty. dead
SB998 Public employment; prohibits discrimination on basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. dead
SB999 Virginia Grocery Investment Program and Fund; created, report, effective clause. dead
SB1000 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Scholarship Pilot Program; VCCS to establish and administer. dead
SB1001 Virginia adjusted gross income; sale of certain crops to breweries. dead
SB1002 President and Vice President electors; allocation of electoral votes by congressional district. dead
SB1003 Congressional & state legislative districts; criteria for General Assembly to observe in drawing. dead
SB1004 Elective procedure, test, or service; estimate of payment amount. approved
SB1005 School calendar; opening day of the school year. approved
SB1006 Health benefit plans; sale by authorized foreign health insurers. stricken
SB1007 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. dead
SB1008 Firearms; mechanical devices designed to increase rate of fire, penalty. in committee
SB1009 Coal combustion residuals surface impoundments; closure. incorporated
SB1010 Health insurance; coverage for Lyme disease therapy. dead
SB1011 Animal Cruelty Conviction List; established. dead
SB1012 Firefighters, emergency medical services personnel, etc.; carrying a concealed weapon. dead
SB1013 Driver's license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. dead
SB1014 Interstate 73 Corridor Development Fund and Program; created. dead
SB1015 Education Improvement Scholarships tax credits; pre-kindergarten eligibility. approved
SB1016 Form of ballot; party identification of certain candidates. dead
SB1017 Minimum wage; increases to $8.00 per hour effective July 1, 2019. dead
SB1018 Redistricting; GIS maps required, review by the Department of Elections. approved
SB1019 Child custody, visitation, and support cases; referral to mediation for appropriate cases. passed committee
SB1020 License plates, special; Virginia Association for Community Conflict Resolution, name change. approved
SB1021 Driver education programs; home instruction. stricken
SB1022 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. incorporated
SB1023 VRS; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school security officers, effective clause. dead
SB1024 Place of religious worship; carrying dangerous weapon. dead
SB1025 Companion animals; adequate shelter and space. passed
SB1026 Absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person, beginning on second Saturday immediately preceding election. approved
SB1027 Health insurance; catastrophic health plans. vetoed
SB1028 Va. Public Procurement Act; local labor use requirement for certain construction contracts, penalty. dead
SB1029 Vehicle inspector; certification of a nonviolent felon. stricken
SB1030 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases, review of program. approved
SB1031 Law-enforcement officials; to knowingly, with intent to mislead an official, giving false reports. approved
SB1032 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; retirement age. dead
SB1033 Body-worn camera; release of recordings, penalty. dead
SB1034 Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty. dead
SB1035 Absentee voting; no-excuse absentee. incorporated
SB1036 Small business procurement enhancement program; established, report. stricken
SB1037 Underage alcoholic possession, etc.; expungement of certain offenses. dead
SB1038 Voter registration; verification of social security numbers, provisional registration status. vetoed
SB1039 Eminent domain; commissioners. dead
SB1040 Jails, local; compensation for cost of incarceration of convicted felons. dead
SB1041 Va. Telephone Privacy Protection Act; joint liability of seller & telephone solicitor for violation. approved
SB1042 Voter registration; notification of denial by general registrars. approved
SB1043 Pet shops; procurement of certain dogs, penalty. stricken
SB1044 Parking ordinances; enforcement by locality with a population of at least 40,000. approved
SB1045 Newport News, City of; amending charter, inaugural meeting of newly elected council. signed by governor
SB1046 Menhaden; VMRC to adopt regulations for managing the Commonwealth's fishery. dead
SB1047 Sex offenders in emergency shelters; notification registration. passed
SB1048 Auxiliary law-enforcement officers; purchase of service handguns or other weapons. approved
SB1049 Menhaden fishery; VMRC to adopt regulations to implement Interstate Fishery Management Plan. stricken
SB1050 Forgery; venue for prosecution. approved
SB1051 Precincts; required to be wholly contained within single election district. incorporated
SB1052 Body-worn camera; release of recordings, penalty. incorporated
SB1053 Juvenile offenders; eligibility for parole. dead
SB1054 Abortion; ultrasound. incorporated
SB1055 In-state tuition; domicile, individuals granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. incorporated
SB1056 Public schools; tobacco products and nicotine vapor products. incorporated
SB1057 Industrial hemp; definition, exclusion from certain marijuana provisions. dead
SB1058 Companion animals; care, local ordinances. dead
SB1059 Wage or salary history; inquiries prohibited, civil penalty. dead
SB1060 Lottery; disclosure of identity of winners. signed by governor
SB1061 Real Estate Board; real estate licensees. signed by governor
SB1062 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. dead
SB1063 Voter registration; automatic voter registration. dead
SB1064 Alcoholic beverage control; expands privileges of farm winery licensees & limited brewery licensees. dead
SB1065 Dogs or cats; rental or lease prohibited, civil penalty, exception. dead
SB1066 Post-conviction relief; previously admitted scientific evidence. dead
SB1067 Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; meetings requirement. approved
SB1068 Members of boards of visitors; employment waiting period. approved
SB1069 Habeas corpus; reorganizes, updates outdated language, and removes unused provisions. signed by governor
SB1070 Disposable paper and plastic bags; local taxation. incorporated
SB1071 Central Virginia Training Center; closure prohibited. dead
SB1072 Training center; definition. dead
SB1073 Motor vehicles; removal from roadway when involved in an accident on HOT lane on I-66. approved
SB1074 School calendar; local school board in No. Va. responsible for setting opening day of school year. incorporated
SB1075 Absentee voting; no-excuse in-person available 21 days prior to election. incorporated
SB1076 Criminal case; admissibility of prior inconsistent statements. dead
SB1077 Assisted living facility; Board of Social Services to amend certain regulations. signed by governor
SB1078 Protective orders; possession of firearms, penalty. dead
SB1079 Minimum wage; exemptions. approved
SB1080 Property & Conveyances; revision of Title 55 to create Title 55.1, pertains to rental property, etc. approved
SB1081 Juvenile offenders; sentencing, geriatric parole. in committee
SB1082 Virginia Lottery; disclosure of identity of winners. incorporated
SB1083 Remote sales & use tax collection; sufficient activity by dealers/marketplace facilitators, waiver. approved
SB1084 Firearms; use in commission of crime, civil liability for negligent gun storage. dead
SB1085 Restrictive housing; data collection and reporting, report. incorporated
SB1086 Common Interest Community Board; administrative proceedings. approved
SB1087 House of Delegates & Senate districts; technical adjustments subsequent to decennial redistricting. passed
SB1088 Chesapeake Hospital Authority; investment of funds. approved
SB1089 Fort Monroe Authority; payments to the City of Hampton in lieu of real property taxes. approved
SB1090 Freedom of Information Act; Fort Monroe Authority, closed meeting exemption. approved
SB1091 Rezoning and site plan approval; decommissioning solar energy equipment, etc. approved
SB1092 Preliminary protective orders; hearing dates. dead
SB1093 Literary Fund; school modernization. approved
SB1094 Family day homes; zoning permits. approved
SB1095 Early childhood care and education; development of a statewide unified public-private system. dead
SB1096 Minors; allowing access to firearms, penalty. dead
SB1097 Civic Education, Commission on; extends sunset provision. approved
SB1098 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; redefines 'small business.' dead
SB1099 DGS; guidance to state public bodies regarding purchases of materials made in the United States. dead
SB1100 Budget Bill. dead
SB1101 Attorney General, Office of the; representation of members of G.A. for violations of FOIA. approved
SB1102 Congressional & legislative district boundaries; alignment with boundaries of counties & cities. dead
SB1103 Minimum wage; removes certain persons from exemption of the Virginia Minimum Wage Act. dead
SB1104 Community policy and management teams; use of funds. dead
SB1105 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Fork Union Military Academy. dead
SB1106 Physical therapists & physical therapist assistants; licensure, Physical Therapy Licensure Compact. approved
SB1107 Disorderly conduct in public places; school activities. dead
SB1108 Marsh Criminal-Traffic Division/Manchester General District Court, etc.; concurrent jurisdiction. approved
SB1109 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices, etc. dead
SB1110 Alcoholic beverage control; local referendums. signed by governor
SB1111 Electric utilities; rate abatement offsetting consequences of reduced consumption. stricken
SB1112 Student loans; licensing of qualified education loan servicers, civil penalties. dead
SB1113 School calendar; local school board in No. Va. responsible for setting opening day of school year. incorporated
SB1114 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. dead
SB1115 State Corporation Commission; intervenor compensation. dead
SB1116 Plastic bags; tax in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. dead
SB1117 Uninsured and underinsured motorist insurance policies; bad faith. dead
SB1118 Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and fee increases, public comment. approved
SB1119 Mechanics' liens; right to withhold payment. dead
SB1120 Motor fuels tax; rate of taxation. incorporated
SB1121 Judges; maximum number in nineteenth judicial district. dead
SB1122 Virginia Retirement System; health insurance credits for retired state employees. dead
SB1123 Telephone/wireless commun. devices; threats of death or bodily injury to a person/member of family. dead
SB1124 Telemedicine; physicians licensed in contiguous jurisdictions. incorporated
SB1125 Certificate of public need; definition of 'medical care facility.' dead
SB1126 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming, penalties, report. approved
SB1127 Local government taxing authority; equalizes municipal and county taxing authorities. dead
SB1128 Historical African American cemeteries; adds seven cemeteries in City of Hampton. approved
SB1129 Food stamps and TANF; eligibility, drug-related felonies. in committee
SB1130 School resource officers; compulsory minimum training standards. approved
SB1131 Fort Monroe Authority; changes definition of 'Area of Operation.' signed by governor
SB1132 Reproductive health services; health benefit plans to cover costs of specified health care services. dead
SB1133 Virginia Highway Corporation Act of 1988; tolls, distance-based pricing program. dead
SB1134 Support services positions; includes licensed behavior analysts, etc., in local school division. incorporated
SB1135 Child in foster care; child identified as having a developmental disability. approved
SB1136 Protective orders, preliminary; hearing by two-way electronic video and audio communication. in committee
SB1137 Death penalty; severe mental illness. dead
SB1138 School Divisions of Innovation; performance-based assessments. dead
SB1139 Post-adoption contact & communication agreements; authority to enter into agreements. signed by governor
SB1140 Solitary confinement; data collection and reporting, Department of Corrections to submit report. incorporated
SB1141 Family life education; BOE to include instruction on prevention of human trafficking. approved
SB1142 State School Health Advisory Committee; established, report. dead
SB1143 Conditional rezoning proffers; extensive changes to zoning provisions. dead
SB1144 Guardianship; annual report filed by guardian. approved
SB1145 Virginia Initiative for Employment Not Welfare (VIEW); transitional child care. signed by governor
SB1146 Campaign contribution limits; civil penalty. dead
SB1147 Public high schools; graduation requirements, credit for work-based learning experiences. incorporated
SB1148 In-state tuition; eligibility, certain individuals who have applied for permanent residency. incorporated
SB1149 DCJS; training standards, recognition of and response to post-traumatic stress. dead
SB1150 Warrants; issuance by magistrates. vetoed
SB1151 Aggravated sexual battery by false representation or subterfuge; penalty. dead
SB1152 Chesapeake Bay Restoration Fund Advisory Committee; increases member terms. approved
SB1153 Virginia Public Procurement Act; job order contracting, limitations. signed by governor
SB1154 Traffic infractions; not encompassed by reckless or improper driving. dead
SB1155 Screening of trash receptacles; local option. stricken
SB1156 Sanctuary policies; policies prohibited that restrict enforcement of federal immigration laws. vetoed
SB1157 Trespass; service of process, immunity. dead
SB1158 Carrying a concealed handgun; permit not required. dead
SB1159 Family life education; female genital mutilation. approved
SB1160 Income tax credits related to education; neighborhood organizations. dead
SB1161 Cancer patients; expedited review of adverse coverage determinations. approved
SB1162 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, age requirement, penalty. dead
SB1163 Firearms; trigger activators designed to increase the rate of fire, prohibition, penalty. dead
SB1164 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty. dead
SB1165 Gas severance tax, local; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
SB1166 Clerks of court; collection of DNA sample for certain offenses, disclosure of tax information. approved
SB1167 Medicaid recipients; treatment involving opioids or opioid replacements, payment. approved
SB1168 DPOR; regulatory boards expungement of disciplinary records. dead
SB1169 Apprentice agreements; ratio of apprentices to journeymen. dead
SB1170 Alcoholic beverage control; happy hour advertising. incorporated
SB1171 Alcoholic beverage control; creates local special events license. approved
SB1172 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. incorporated
SB1173 Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; eligibility. approved
SB1174 Tinting films; exemption for security canine handlers. approved
SB1175 Elder abuse; employees of financial institutions required to report. incorporated
SB1176 State Corporation Commission; natural gas utilities, investigative reports. approved
SB1177 Virginia Health Club Act; automated external defibrillator required in health clubs. dead
SB1178 Health carriers; services provided by nurse practitioners. approved
SB1179 Concealed handgun permit; application for a resident permit by a member of U.S. Armed Forces. approved
SB1180 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; definition of trade secret. approved
SB1181 Out-of-state conviction of drug offenses; petition for restricted driver's license. signed by governor
SB1182 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; meetings held through electronic communication means. approved
SB1183 Toll facilities, certain; free use by emergency medical services vehicles. approved
SB1184 FOIA; applicability to sexual assault response teams, etc. approved
SB1185 Health insurance; coverage for contraceptives. dead
SB1186 Financial institution; payment or delivery of small asset by affidavit, check, etc. approved
SB1187 Gambling; definition of gambling device. stricken
SB1188 Extended service contract providers; bonding requirement, remedies, civil penalty. approved
SB1189 Virginia Grocery Investment Program and Fund, created. incorporated
SB1190 Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act; created. dead
SB1191 Hopewell, City of; amending charter, appointment of president of city council. signed by governor
SB1192 Affordable housing; City of Richmond added to list with authority to provide dwelling unit program. stricken
SB1193 Richmond, City of; amending charter, runoff elections. signed by governor
SB1194 Richmond, City of; restrictions on activities of former officers and employees. signed by governor
SB1195 School-based health centers; Va's Children's Cabinet shall establish joint task force. approved
SB1196 Real property tax; exemption for the elderly and disabled, improvements to a dwelling. approved
SB1197 Pharmacies; freedom of choice. approved
SB1198 Absentee voting; no excuse required when voting in person. incorporated
SB1199 Public employment; inquiries by state agencies and localities regarding criminal convictions, etc. dead
SB1200 Minimum wage; increase to $10 per hour effective July 1, 2019. dead
SB1201 Transfer of venue; delinquency, adjudication. signed by governor
SB1202 Correctional facilities, local; voting information for persons incarcerated. dead
SB1203 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school security officers. incorporated
SB1204 Higher educational institutions, public; student approval of increase in tuition or mandatory fees. incorporated
SB1205 Income tax, state; changes definition of resident estate or trust. signed by governor
SB1206 Elections; early voting. dead
SB1207 School protection officers; definition, compulsory minimum training standards. dead
SB1208 Water impounding structures; portable pumping systems. stricken
SB1209 Patient care team; podiatrists and physician assistants. signed by governor
SB1210 Paramilitary activities; penalty. dead
SB1211 Income tax, state; conformity; standard deduction. dead
SB1212 Water improvement districts; assessment of service charge, referendum. stricken
SB1213 School and Campus Safety, Virginia Center for; threat assessment, case management tool. signed by governor
SB1214 School boards; local law-enforcement agencies, memorandums of understanding. approved
SB1215 School safety procedures; emergency situations, annual training. signed by governor
SB1216 All-Payer Claims Database; penalty. approved
SB1217 Nursing homes; truth in advertising for inspections, surveys, and investigations. approved
SB1218 Public high schools; Standards of Learning assessments. dead
SB1219 Contractors, Board for; revision of regulations. approved
SB1220 School crisis, emergency management, and medical emergency response plans; development and review. approved
SB1221 Telemedicine services; payment and coverage of services. signed by governor
SB1222 Insurance licensing, biennial; renewal for individuals and business entities, etc. approved
SB1223 School holidays; certain election days. dead
SB1224 Protective services; adult abuse and exploitation, multidisciplinary teams. approved
SB1225 Income tax, state; advances conformity of the Commonwealth's tax code with the federal tax code. dead
SB1226 Community paramedics; State Board of Health to adopt regulations governing practice. dead
SB1227 Licensed local school board instructional or administrative employees; service retirement allowance. approved
SB1228 Health insurance; payment to out-of-network providers, emergency services. incorporated
SB1229 Housing and Community Development, Board of; amusement devices, trampoline courts. dead
SB1230 Family or household member; adds to existing definition. dead
SB1231 Defendants; disposition of unrestorably incompetent, capital murder. approved
SB1232 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. incorporated
SB1233 Administration of government; prohibition on use of certain products and services. approved
SB1234 Higher educational institutions, public; governing boards, educational programs. approved
SB1235 Vehicle inspector certification; criminal history. incorporated
SB1236 Public schools; equal access, education employee associations, etc. dead
SB1237 Income tax, state; itemization. incorporated
SB1238 Virginia Sports Betting Department; created, etc. dead
SB1239 Higher educational institutions, public; primary duties of members of governing boards. incorporated
SB1240 Health insurance; short-term, limited-duration plans. vetoed
SB1241 Veterans Services, Board of; increases membership and clarifies scope of responsibilities. signed by governor
SB1242 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage restaurant license, penalties. dead
SB1243 Elections; date of June primary election. dead
SB1244 Voter registration; protected voter, foster parents. approved
SB1245 Alcoholic beverage control; annual mixed beverage special events licences, etc. stricken
SB1246 Virginia National Guard; state active duty pay, effective clause. dead
SB1247 Sale of caskets; preneed arrangements for funeral services. signed by governor
SB1248 Stormwater Management Fund, local; locality by ordinance authorized to create. approved
SB1249 Military families; relocation to the Commonwealth, student registration. signed by governor
SB1250 Voter registration; absentee voting, prohibited changes to voter registration record. dead
SB1251 Switchblade knives; manufacture and distribution. vetoed
SB1252 Cigarette taxes; definitions of noncombustible tobacco products. incorporated
SB1253 Foster care; security freeze on credit report. approved
SB1254 Amber warning lights; vehicles hauling forest products authorized to use. signed by governor
SB1255 Major Headquarters Workforce Grant Fund; created. signed by governor
SB1256 Income tax, state; subtraction for gain from taking by eminent domain. approved
SB1257 Child abuse and neglect; mandatory reporters. approved
SB1258 Support services positions; includes licensed behavior analysts, etc., in local school division. dead
SB1259 Virginia oyster (Crassostrea virginica); designating as first food of Virginia. dead
SB1260 Conservation areas; allows a planning commission to designate. stricken
SB1261 Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and fee increases, public comment. incorporated
SB1262 Localities and school divisions; posting of register of funds expended, required posting. dead
SB1263 Juveniles; trial as an adult. dead
SB1264 Students with disabilities; feasibility of educational placement transition of certain students. incorporated
SB1265 Virginia War Memorial; names and homes of Virginians on Shrine of Memory. approved
SB1266 Open-end credit plans; penalty. dead
SB1267 Remote sales and use tax collection; sufficient activity by dealers and marketplace facilitators. incorporated
SB1268 Gas or oil drilling units; escrowed proceeds, Coalfield Region Elderly Assistance Fund. dead
SB1269 Length of school term; waiver for evacuation. approved
SB1270 Real property tax; exemption for disabled veterans, surviving spouse's ability to move. approved
SB1271 Oil and gas wells; bonding requirements, application notice. approved
SB1272 Banks; directors' meetings. signed by governor
SB1273 DOC; Director to establish health care continuous quality improvement committee. approved
SB1274 Forensic Science, Department of; purchase of forensic laboratory services. approved
SB1275 Junior Reserve Officer Training programs; availability to students receiving home instruction. dead
SB1276 Cruelty to animals with intent to intimidate or threaten a household member; penalty. incorporated
SB1277 Certificate of public need; nursing homes and hospitals, establishing a disaster exemption. approved
SB1278 Public schools; increases kindergarten instructional time. dead
SB1279 School attendance officer; motion for a rule to show cause, child in need of supervision. dead
SB1280 Community health worker; definitions, individuals seeking certification, etc. dead
SB1281 Voter identification; expiration date of Virginia driver's license not considered. dead
SB1282 Safety belt systems; use by rear passengers. dead
SB1283 State Medical Facilities Plan; revisions. dead
SB1284 County and city precincts; required to be wholly contained within election districts. incorporated
SB1285 School attendance officer; motion for a rule to show cause, child in need of supervision. in committee
SB1286 Auxiliary grants; supportive housing. approved
SB1287 Health insurance; nondiscrimination, gender identity or transgender status. stricken
SB1288 Child support; incarceration, voluntary unemployment or under-employment. dead
SB1289 Pharmacy, Board of; seizure of controlled substances and prescription devices. signed by governor
SB1290 Open-end credit plans; governing law. dead
SB1291 Legal holidays; Election Day. dead
SB1292 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; required disclosures, mineral rights. approved
SB1293 Uninsured motorist insurance coverage; settlement and release. approved
SB1294 Remote sales & use tax collection; sufficient activity by dealers and marketplace facilitators, etc. dead
SB1295 Public schools; tobacco products and nicotine vapor products. signed by governor
SB1296 Potomac River Bridge Towing Compact; adds several bridges to Compact. approved
SB1297 Low-income taxpayers; refundable income tax credit. dead
SB1298 Alternative education programs; Department of Education to annually collect data on programs. approved
SB1299 School resource officers; training and certification, memoranda of understanding. incorporated
SB1300 Funeral establishments; full time manager requirement, exception, number of calls. signed by governor
SB1301 Private collectors; delinquent taxes and other charges. approved
SB1302 Rights of persons with disabilities; procedures for certain actions, website accessibility. dead
SB1303 Firearms; chambers of local governing bodies. dead
SB1304 Smoking in outdoor amphitheater or concert venue; civil penalty. approved
SB1305 Recycling and waste disposal; unpaid fees, lien. dead
SB1306 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. incorporated
SB1307 Uniform Transfers to Minors Act; transfer of property. approved
SB1308 Prescription drugs; price gouging prohibited. dead
SB1309 Employers and potential employers; civil immunity, reports of violent behavior by an employee. dead
SB1310 Driver's licenses; suspensions for certain non-driving related offenses. incorporated
SB1311 Elections, State Board of; increases membership. incorporated
SB1312 Voluntary town audits; submission to Auditor of Public Accounts. approved
SB1313 Early childhood care and education; establishment, licensure. incorporated
SB1314 Children in residence or custody; participation in educational programs. signed by governor
SB1315 Virginia College Savings Plan; prepaid tuition contracts, etc. approved
SB1316 MEI Project Approval Commission; changes to membership and operation of Commission. dead
SB1317 Telecommunications companies; incentives, provision of wireless broadband services. dead
SB1318 Bond bills; Governor's required submission. signed by governor
SB1319 Commonwealth of Virginia Institutions of Higher Education Bond Act of 2019; created. signed by governor
SB1320 Commonwealth's taxation system; conformity with the Internal Revenue Code. incorporated
SB1321 Licensed family day homes; storage of firearms. dead
SB1322 Motor fuels; levy of tax in Interstate 81 Corridor. incorporated
SB1323 Capital outlay plan; updates six-year plan for projects. dead
SB1324 Firearms; reporting when lost or stolen, civil penalty. dead
SB1325 Guaranteed asset protection waivers; establishes requirements for offering waivers, etc. approved
SB1326 Social Services, St. Bd.; regulations regarding bed limits for licensed assisted living facilities. dead
SB1327 Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria. dead
SB1328 Stormwater Local Assistance Fund; grants to non-MS4 localities. dead
SB1329 Major information technology project procurement; terms and conditions, etc. approved
SB1330 Voter referendum; school modernization commission. dead
SB1331 Public school buildings and facilities; modernization. approved
SB1332 Virginia Retirement System; health insurance credits for retired state employees. stricken
SB1333 Motor vehicle dealers and manufacturers; transfer or discontinuation of manufacturing rights. signed by governor
SB1334 Coercion of motor vehicle dealers; compensation, civil penalties. dead
SB1335 Motor vehicle safety inspections; increases maximum charge from $16 to $20. dead
SB1336 Mechanics' liens; notice of sale. approved
SB1337 State sales and use tax by remote sellers; collection, disposition of revenue, report. incorporated
SB1338 Toll facilities, certain; free use by emergency medical services vehicles. incorporated
SB1339 Foster care; numerous changes to laws governing provision of services in the Commonwealth. approved
SB1340 Land preservation tax credits; threshold for conservation value review by DCR, lowers the threshold. dead
SB1341 Handheld personal communications devices; prohibition on holding while driving. dead
SB1342 Garage and mechanics' liens; increases amount of lien. approved
SB1343 Commercial driver's licenses; specialized training required. approved
SB1344 Health insurance; essential health benefits, preventive services. dead
SB1345 Virginia Public Procurement Act; competitive negotiation for professional services. dead
SB1346 Electric cooperatives; rates. approved
SB1347 Commercial vehicles; training and testing. signed by governor
SB1348 Energy career cluster; Department of Education, et al., to establish, report. approved
SB1349 Overdoses; safe reporting. approved
SB1350 Irvington, Town of; amending charter, updates town's boundary description, etc. signed by governor
SB1351 Benefits consortium; formation by a sponsoring association. incorporated
SB1352 Medicaid Fiscal Oversight and Accountability, Office of; created, report. dead
SB1353 Group health benefit plans; bona fide associations. incorporated
SB1354 Balance billing; emergency and elective services. incorporated
SB1355 Coal combustion residuals impoundment; closure of certain CCR units. approved
SB1356 Virginia Lottery Board; renamed as Virginia Lottery and Sports Wagering Commission, penalties. dead
SB1357 Hospitals; price transparency. incorporated
SB1358 Primary health care facility; established for employees of localities. approved
SB1359 Facilities providing imaging services; shared savings, exemption from certificate of public need. stricken
SB1360 Health insurance; balance billing, emergency services. incorporated
SB1361 Certificate of public need; removes certain programs. dead
SB1362 Health benefit plans; balance billing for ancillary services. dead
SB1363 Petersburg, City of; amending charter, city manager may serve as collector of city taxes. dead
SB1364 Salvage vehicles; removes requirement that a vehicle be late model. dead
SB1365 Education Improvement Scholarships tax credits; benefits and eligibility requirements. approved
SB1366 Health, Commissioner of; consolidation of inspections. signed by governor
SB1367 Dogs running at large in packs; local ordinance, civil penalty. approved
SB1368 Virginia College Savings Plan; prepaid tuition contracts, pricing reserves. approved
SB1369 Virginia Public Procurement Act; statute of limitations on actions on construction contracts, etc. dead
SB1370 Semiconductor Manufacturing Grant Fund; created. signed by governor
SB1371 Cigarette taxes; definitions of noncombustible tobacco products. approved
SB1372 Income tax, state; conformity of taxation system with the IRC. signed by governor
SB1373 Conditional rezoning proffers; extensive changes to conditional zoning provisions. signed by governor
SB1374 Condominium Act; penalties. dead
SB1375 Hate crimes; adds gender, disability, gender identity, or sexual orientation, penalty. dead
SB1376 Small businesses; parental leave tax credit. dead
SB1377 Registrar of Regulations; Division of Legislative Services to employ. approved
SB1378 Uniform Law Commission; Commissioner expense reimbursements expense reimbursements. approved
SB1379 Child Pornography Registry; contents of Registry, criminal investigations, report. signed by governor
SB1380 Charges and convictions, certain; expungement. dead
SB1381 Students; offenses reportable by juvenile intake officers to school division superintendents. signed by governor
SB1382 Motor vehicle registration, licensing, and certificates of title statutes; reorganization, etc. signed by governor
SB1383 Vehicle registration; dismissal of summons for expiration, proof of compliance. signed by governor
SB1384 Virginia Retirement System; increased retirement allowance for judges. dead
SB1385 Sex Offender & Crimes Against Minors Registry; registration procedures for change of email address. dead
SB1386 James Madison University; management agreement with the Commonwealth. approved
SB1387 Low-wage employees; covenants not to compete, civil penalty. dead
SB1388 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan; Lynnhaven River and Little Creek watersheds. approved
SB1389 Hurricane and Flooding Risk Reduction and Bond Rating Protection Act of 2019; created, report. stricken
SB1390 Remote sales and use tax collection; disposition of revenues. incorporated
SB1391 Juvenile offenders; eligibility for parole. incorporated
SB1392 Standards of Achievement Career and Technical Education Committee; established, report. stricken
SB1393 Advanced Shipbuilding Production Facility Grants; grant availability dates. signed by governor
SB1394 Small businesses; changes definition, implementation of certification programs, report. stricken
SB1395 Health care provider; threats of death or bodily injury to a provider, penalty. approved
SB1396 Waynesboro, City of; amending charter, city council procedures, real estate tax assessments. signed by governor
SB1397 Diversifying Teacher Workforce Act; teacher licensure, criteria, etc. signed by governor
SB1398 Site plan approval; decommissioning certified solar energy equipment, facilities, or devices. incorporated
SB1399 Corporal punishment of a child with an object; penalty. dead
SB1400 C-PACE loans; stormwater management, residential dwellings and condominiums. approved
SB1401 Forensic Science, Department of; possession of unlawful items by employees, immunity. approved
SB1402 Health care provider panels; vertically integrated carriers, public hospitals. dead
SB1403 Eminent domain; eliminates specific provisions for assessment of costs in certain proceedings. dead
SB1404 Eminent domain; costs for petition for distribution of funds, interest rate. dead
SB1405 Pharmacist; counseling for new prescriptions, disposal of medicine. signed by governor
SB1406 School boards; staffing ratios, guidance counselors. approved
SB1407 Child care providers; fingerprint background checks, forwarding fingerprints and other information. approved
SB1408 James City County; amending charter, inoperable vehicles. approved
SB1409 Assisted living facilities; requirement for licensed administrator. approved
SB1410 Assisted living facilities; staffing during overnight hours. signed by governor
SB1411 Burn buildings; change in terminology. approved
SB1412 Virginia National Guard; education grants. dead
SB1413 Oyster planting grounds; lease assignments. signed by governor
SB1414 Potomac Aquifer recharge monitoring; creates advisory board, laboratory established, SWIFT Project. signed by governor
SB1415 Public adjusters; regulation. approved
SB1416 Child abuse or neglect; appeals from founded complaints, concurrent criminal investigations. approved
SB1417 Competency report; unrestorably incompetent defendant. dead
SB1418 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; reregistration schedule. approved
SB1419 Microcredential program; Department of Education may establish. approved
SB1420 Alcoholic beverage control; alcoholic beverage licenses. approved
SB1421 Eminent domain; entry upon private property, calculation of just compensation, damages. approved
SB1422 Lease agreements; requirements, emergency. approved
SB1423 Confidentiality, nondisparagement, or nondisclosure provisions; communication with law-enforcement. dead
SB1424 Luray, Town of; new charter (previous charter repealed). approved
SB1425 License tax, local; mobile food units. approved
SB1426 Clerks of circuit courts; retention of wills lodged in clerk's office for safekeeping. approved
SB1427 Water and sewerage companies; cost allocation and rate design. approved
SB1428 Income tax, state; modification for certain companies, grants, Page County. approved
SB1429 Medical evidence admissible in juvenile and domestic relations district court; hearings. approved
SB1430 Va. Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; duties, training requirement for officials. approved
SB1431 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; training requirements for local elected officials. approved
SB1432 Motor vehicles; immobilization of vehicles. approved
SB1433 Education, Department of; teacher employment data. approved
SB1434 Career and Technical Education Work-Based Learning Guide; Bd of Education shall review and revise. approved
SB1435 Child welfare agencies; summary suspension. approved
SB1436 Child abuse or neglect; prenatal substance exposure, mandatory reporters. signed by governor
SB1437 Parole; exception to limitation on the application of parole statutes, investigations and reports. dead
SB1438 Va. Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; hearing on summons for unlawful detainer. dead
SB1439 Death certificates; medical certification, electronic filing. signed by governor
SB1440 Health instruction; mental health. dead
SB1441 Court Reporters, Virginia Board for; created, report. in committee
SB1442 Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; penalties for violation. dead
SB1443 Virginia income tax; advances conformity of Commonwealth's tax code with federal tax code. incorporated
SB1444 Technology, Secretary of; transfer of duties to Secretaries of Administration & Commerce & Trade. dead
SB1445 Virginia Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; tenant's right of redemption. approved
SB1446 Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty. dead
SB1447 Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements. dead
SB1448 Eviction; writs of possession and eviction. signed by governor
SB1449 Residential Executory Real Estate Contracts Act; created. approved
SB1450 Eviction Diversion Pilot Program; established, report. approved
SB1451 Abortion; eliminate certain requirements, civil penalty. dead
SB1452 Dispensing of certain controlled substances and devices; limited license. dead
SB1453 Elections; date of June primary election. incorporated
SB1454 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty. dead
SB1455 Elections, State Board of; membership, appointment of Commissioner of Elections. passed
SB1456 Distributed renewable energy; promotes establishment of solar and other renewable energy. dead
SB1457 Corporate officer; deposition witness. signed by governor
SB1458 Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk, penalties. dead
SB1459 Port of Virginia Economic & Infrastructure Development Grant Fund & Program; extends sunset date. approved
SB1460 Renewable energy power purchase agreements; pilot programs. dead
SB1461 SCHEV; regulation of certain courses and programs of instruction, exemptions. approved
SB1462 Comprehensive animal care; enforceable under Virginia Consumer Protection Act. approved
SB1463 Compliance with grant requirements; new jobs requirement includes off-site jobs. approved
SB1464 Manufacturer or distributor; right of first refusal. approved
SB1465 Workers' compensation; occupation disease presumptions, PTSD. dead
SB1466 Unattended children in motor vehicles; penalty. dead
SB1467 Protective orders; possession of firearms, surrender or transfer of firearms, penalties. dead
SB1468 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; analysis of projects. approved
SB1469 Timber theft; accounting, penalty. approved
SB1470 Motor fuels; imposes an additional tax on sale of gasoline, etc. dead
SB1471 Computation of composite index; land-use assessment value. dead
SB1472 Public schools; Mental Health First Aid training. dead
SB1473 Firearms, etc.; permitted events. dead
SB1474 License plates, special; members of the International Association of Fire Fighters. signed by governor
SB1475 Health insurance; small employers. approved
SB1476 School bus video-monitoring systems; release of information by DMV. incorporated
SB1477 Claims; Gary Linwood Bush. approved
SB1478 Disposition of the remains of a decedent; right to control. stricken
SB1479 Karst feature mitigation; authorizes any locality by ordinance to regulate. dead
SB1480 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; conservation officers. dead
SB1481 Commercial driver's licenses; entry-level driver training. approved
SB1482 Firearms, certain; prohibition on carrying in public places. dead
SB1483 Net energy metering; schools. dead
SB1484 Misdemeanor sex offenses against minors; limitation of prosecutions. dead
SB1485 Long-Term Employment Support Services and Extended Employment Services; referral. passed
SB1486 Summary judgment; limited use of discovery depositions and affidavits. signed by governor
SB1487 Driver's license designation; traumatic brain injury. dead
SB1488 State hospital for individuals w/ mental illness; SHHR to examine cause of high census at hospital. approved
SB1489 Law enforcement; DCJS to establish training standards and model policies. dead
SB1490 Aged or incapacitated adults; financial exploitation, authority to refuse transactions. approved
SB1491 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; school boards and school employees, etc. approved
SB1492 FOIA; exclusions, proprietary records and trade secrets. approved
SB1493 Death certificates; medical certification, electronic filing. incorporated
SB1494 Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians Procedural Guarantee Act; breach of procedures. approved
SB1495 Virginia Rural Information Technology Apprenticeship Grant Fund and Program; established. approved
SB1496 Installed Solar Energy Equipment Program Grant Fund; created. dead
SB1497 Campaign contribution limits; civil penalty. incorporated
SB1498 Justice, Bd. of; regulations governing housing of youth pursuant to contracts w/ federal gov't. dead
SB1499 Motor Vehicles, Department of; hearings, motor vehicle dealers, report. approved
SB1500 Remote sales & use tax collection; sufficient activity by dealers and marketplace facilitators, etc. dead
SB1501 Capital murder; law-enforcement officers and fire marshals. approved
SB1502 Public schools; electives on the Hebrew Scriptures/Old Testament and the New Testament. dead
SB1503 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming; penalties. incorporated
SB1504 Assault and battery; federal law-enforcement officers, penalty. dead
SB1505 Highways, bridges, interchanges, and other transportation facilities; naming, cost of signage. approved
SB1506 Radford University; authority to establish Radford University-Roanoke Division. signed by governor
SB1507 Unmanned aircraft systems; used by law-enforcement officers, persons sought for arrest. approved
SB1508 Obstruction of justice; concealing evidence of an abduction, penalty. dead
SB1509 Southwestern Virginia Training Center; disposition of certain real property in Carroll County. approved
SB1510 Towing; requests made by local law-enforcement officers. approved
SB1511 Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center; powers and duties of board. approved
SB1512 Cigarette tax; counties authorized to hold referendum. dead
SB1513 Agricultural equipment; time frame for reporting nonconformities. approved
SB1514 TAX; responsibility for collection and satisfaction of all fines, costs, etc. dead
SB1515 Property conveyance; authorizes DBHDS to transfer certain property. approved
SB1516 DOC; disclosure of information, delivery of controlled substances to prisoners. approved
SB1517 DCJS; minimum training standards for law-enforcement officers. dead
SB1518 Non-opioid pharmacological therapy and non-pharmacological therapy; health insurance coverage. stricken
SB1519 University of Virginia's College at Wise; reduced rate tuition. approved
SB1520 Motor Vehicles, Department of; records released to certain private vendors. approved
SB1521 Handheld photo speed monitoring devices; DSP may operate in or around a highway work zone. approved
SB1522 Dual enrollment and graduation requirements; postsecondary credential, certification, etc. dead
SB1523 Workforce Development, Secretary of; created. dead
SB1524 Conditional rezoning proffers; extensive changes to conditional zoning provisions. incorporated
SB1525 SOL; reduces total number and type of required assessments in public schools, report. incorporated
SB1526 Certificate of public need; psychiatric beds and facilities. dead
SB1527 Virginia Charitable Gaming Board; conduct of charitable gaming. dead
SB1528 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. incorporated
SB1529 Central Criminal Records Exchange; reports, adds additional offenses to list. signed by governor
SB1530 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; training standards for school resource officers. incorporated
SB1531 Income tax, state; equalizes standard deduction with the federal standard deduction. incorporated
SB1532 High school STEM internship; tax credit, report. dead
SB1533 Coal combustion residuals; Chesapeake Bay watershed, closure. dead
SB1534 Coal combustion residuals; cleanup costs. incorporated
SB1535 Uniform Statewide Building Code; outdoor advertising. dead
SB1536 Out-of-state conviction of drug offenses; petition for restricted driver's license. incorporated
SB1537 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; home-based businesses. signed by governor
SB1538 Common interest communities; dissemination of annual budget, reserve for capital components. signed by governor
SB1539 Child support; withholding of income of independent contractors. dead
SB1540 Protective orders; contents of preliminary orders, docketing of appeal. approved
SB1541 No-fault divorce; waiver of service of process. signed by governor
SB1542 Civil actions; determination of indigency, no-fault divorce. approved
SB1543 Wrongful death beneficiaries; parents of decedent who receive support or services, etc. approved
SB1544 Assisted conception; parentage presumption. dead
SB1545 Public schools; alternative accountability process. dead
SB1546 Higher education; in-state tuition. incorporated
SB1547 Music therapists; Board of Health Professions to evaluate regulation. approved
SB1548 Consumer finance companies; loans, licensing. dead
SB1549 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; exclusion. dead
SB1550 Bicyclists & other vulnerable road users; person who operates a motor vehicle in a careless manner. dead
SB1551 School resource officers; memorandums of understanding. incorporated
SB1552 Absentee voting; alternative locations for in-person absentee voting. dead
SB1553 Urban county executive form of government; abandoned shopping carts. dead
SB1554 Virginia Freedom of Information Act (FOIA); violations and civil penalties. approved
SB1555 Maximum speed limits; fines doubled. dead
SB1556 Auditor of Public Accounts; Commonwealth Data Point, employee compensation information. approved
SB1557 Pharmacy, Board of; cannabidiol oil and tetrahydrocannabinol oil, regulation of pharmaceutical. approved
SB1558 Onley, Town of; Amending charter, appointments and duties of town manger. approved
SB1559 C-PACE loans; shoreline resiliency improvements. approved
SB1560 Parking of certain vehicles; regulation in the Town of Cape Charles. signed by governor
SB1561 Sixth grade science; Department of Education, et al., shall update curriculum. dead
SB1562 Eastville, Town of; new charter (previous charter repealed). approved
SB1563 School boards; local law-enforcement agencies, memorandums of understanding. incorporated
SB1564 Elections, State Board of; revision of regulations for reviewing and processing candidate petitions. approved
SB1565 Travel insurance; establishes procedures and requirements. approved
SB1566 Fantasy Contest Act; registration requirements. stricken
SB1567 Towing fees; sets maximum towing hookup and initial towing fees. signed by governor
SB1568 Barbers and cosmetologists; training requirement. dead
SB1569 Marine Resources Commission; grant of interest in subaqueous lands, etc. stricken
SB1570 Adult protective services; creates central registry. stricken
SB1571 Electronic voter registration; application by electronic means, U.S. Dept. of Defense-issued ID. stricken
SB1572 Virginia taxable income, state; threshold for filing return. dead
SB1573 Offshore oil and gas drilling; prohibition. dead
SB1574 Revenue sharing; gaming in the Commonwealth. dead
SB1575 Teacher licensure; certain instructors at higher educational institutions. approved
SB1576 DOE; pilot program, placement transition of certain students. dead
SB1577 Elections; form of ballot, ballot order. signed by governor
SB1578 Reckless driving; exceeding speed limit. dead
SB1579 Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria. passed
SB1580 Condominium Act and Property Owners' Association Act; delivery of association disclosure packets. approved
SB1581 Parental leave benefits; DHRM to implement and administer. approved
SB1582 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school security officers. incorporated
SB1583 Electric utilities; retail competition. dead
SB1584 Electric utilities; retail competition, renewable energy. dead
SB1585 Division-level performance assessments; DOE to develop and distribute resource guide. incorporated
SB1586 Public Instruction, Superintendent of; consolidation of surveys. approved
SB1587 Public schools; average daily membership, early graduation. dead
SB1588 Real property taxes; partial exemption for flood mitigation efforts. approved
SB1589 Virginia Works Portal; created. dead
SB1590 Virtual Virginia; availability to all public schools. dead
SB1591 School and Campus Safety, Virginia Center for; guidelines on information sharing. approved
SB1592 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; certification of a small business. passed
SB1593 SCHEV; financial aid award notification. approved
SB1594 Boundary agreement, local; locality allowed to attach to their petitions to circuit court a GIS map. signed by governor
SB1595 Individualized education programs (IEPs); DOE shall establish guidelines. dead
SB1596 Health plans; calculation of enrollee's contribution. approved
SB1597 Research and development; changes related to the funding and oversight of initiatives. incorporated
SB1598 Corrections, Board of; minimum standards for health care services in local correctional facilities. approved
SB1599 Ground water withdrawal; Eastern Shore Groundwater Management Area, incentives for use. approved
SB1600 Motor fuels; labeling. approved
SB1601 Sales and Use Tax; remote collection, marketplace facilitators, etc. incorporated
SB1602 Central Criminal Records Exchange; reports, duties and authority. approved
SB1603 Human trafficking; prevention and awareness. dead
SB1604 Cruelty to animals; increases penalty. approved
SB1605 Electric utilities; stakeholder process for energy efficiency programs. approved
SB1606 Vapor products; creates state tax. dead
SB1607 Health insurance; carrier business practices, authorization of health care services. approved
SB1608 Virginia Fusion Intelligence Center; school safety mobile application. dead
SB1609 Banks; capital stock. approved
SB1610 Recordation tax; exemption for property transferred by deed of distribution. approved
SB1611 Health care shared savings; incentive programs. approved
SB1612 Driver's license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. incorporated
SB1613 Driver's license; suspensions for certain non-driving related offenses. dead
SB1614 Certificates of public need; exempts certain specialized centers or clinics. dead
SB1615 Retail Sales and Use Tax; absorption of tax by a dealer. approved
SB1616 Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and mandatory fees. incorporated
SB1617 Tech Talent Investment Program and Fund; created, report. approved
SB1618 Telework Promotion and Broadband Assistance, Office of; and Broadband Advisory Council, expiration. approved
SB1619 Evidence; establishes that a party or potential litigant has a duty to preserve. approved
SB1620 Protective orders; violation of provisions. dead
SB1621 Assault and battery against a family or household member; enhanced penalty. dead
SB1622 Child day programs; lead testing, potable water, effective date. dead
SB1623 Confidentiality of tax information; local tax officers sharing information. passed committee
SB1624 Health carriers; registered surgical assistants. dead
SB1625 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; changes definition of permissible fireworks. approved
SB1626 Unlawful detainer; appeal bond. approved
SB1627 Summons for unlawful detainer; initial hearing, subsequent filings, termination notice. signed by governor
SB1628 Innovative Internship Fund and Program; created and established. approved
SB1629 School boards, local; lead testing potable water. dead
SB1630 Income tax, state; refunds for married persons filing a joint return. dead
SB1631 Virginia income tax; advances conformity of Commonwealth's tax code with federal tax code. incorporated
SB1632 Cannabidiol oil and THC-A oil; possession or distribution at public school. approved
SB1633 Local government revenues and expenditures; comparative report, filing date. dead
SB1634 Economic revitalization zone, local; towns may establish by ordinance. approved
SB1635 Screening of trash receptacles; local option. stricken
SB1636 Virginia Equal Pay Act; civil penalties. dead
SB1637 Virginia Human Rights Act; establishment of right to reproductive choice. dead
SB1638 Newspapers; legal notice and publications, requirements. approved
SB1639 Paid Family and Medical Leave Program; established, financing through payroll taxes. dead
SB1640 In-state tuition; eligibility, certain individuals who have applied for permanent residency. dead
SB1641 Driver privilege cards; penalty. incorporated
SB1642 Cosmetics; animal testing prohibited, penalty. dead
SB1643 Birth certificates; change of sex. dead
SB1644 Health information; sharing between community services boards and jails. approved
SB1645 Use of force by law-enforcement officers, etc.; work group to produce and develop report. dead
SB1646 Menstrual supplies; availability in certain school buildings. dead
SB1647 School boards; background investigation for prospective school security officers. stricken
SB1648 Electric utilities; limitations on fossil fuel facilities. dead
SB1649 Carnal knowledge; bail bondsmen, penalty. dead
SB1650 Health insurance; coverage for donated human breast milk. dead
SB1651 Partnership for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Authority; increases membership, etc. dead
SB1652 Virginia port volume increase tax credit; transfer of credits. approved
SB1653 Prescription Monitoring Program; veterinarians. approved
SB1654 Dulles Greenway; powers and responsibilities of SCC to regulate toll road operators. dead
SB1655 Specialty dockets; report. signed by governor
SB1656 Income tax credits; housing choice vouchers, eligible housing areas. approved
SB1657 Income tax, state; taxpayer relief individual tax credit. incorporated
SB1658 Tobacco Indemnification & Community Revitalization Fund; investments in Va. Venture Capital Accts. dead
SB1659 Juveniles; trial as an adult. dead
SB1660 Higher educational institutions, baccalaureate public; fixed four-year tuition rate. dead
SB1661 Child abuse and neglect; victims of sex trafficking, etc. approved
SB1662 Electric utilities; energy efficiency programs. approved
SB1663 Subdivision ordinance; sidewalks. approved
SB1664 Absentee voting; prohibiting release of absentee voter applicant list. dead
SB1665 Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; eligibility. incorporated
SB1666 Va. Coastal Protection Act; recasts Va. Shoreline Resiliency Fund. dead
SB1667 Child support; nonpayment, amount of arrearage paid, suspension of driver's license. approved
SB1668 Alcoholic beverage control; Sunday store hours, distiller commission. approved
SB1669 Sex Trafficking Response Coordinator; establishes position, duties, report. approved
SB1670 State Corporation Commission; pipeline facilities, inspection reports. incorporated
SB1671 Charitable gaming; special permit for the play of electronic versions of instant bingo, etc. dead
SB1672 Absentee voting; no-excuse absentee. stricken
SB1673 Wage; prevailing requirement for public works contracts, penalty. dead
SB1674 Health insurance; short-term, limited-duration health plans, renewal guarantees. vetoed
SB1675 Police animals; killing or injuring, penalty. passed
SB1676 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; rental agreement, provisions made applicable by law. signed by governor
SB1677 Child restraint devices and safety belts; exempts emergency and law-enforcement vehicles. approved
SB1678 Family First Prevention Services Act, federal; statutory alignment. signed by governor
SB1679 Family First Prevention Services Act; statutory alignment. approved
SB1680 Mass transit providers; loss of certain operating funds. approved
SB1681 DGS; surplus property, opportunity for economic development entities to purchase. approved
SB1682 Employment records; written request from employee, subpoena duces tecum. incorporated
SB1683 Alcoholic beverage control; food-to-beverage ratio. dead
SB1684 Secondary state highways; six-year plan, public meeting. signed by governor
SB1685 Health insurance; credentialing, mental health professionals. approved
SB1686 Volunteer assistant attorneys for the Commonwealth; appointment in certain jurisdiction. approved
SB1687 Bail; data collection and reporting standards, report. dead
SB1688 Virginia Public Procurement Act; public institutions of higher education, disclosure required. dead
SB1689 Group health benefit plans; bona fide associations, benefits consortium. passed
SB1690 Trooper Mark Barrett Memorial Bridge; designating as the bridge on Meadow Road over Interstate 64. approved
SB1691 Dumfries, Town of; amending charter, town council elections, etc. approved
SB1692 Industrial hemp; federal Farm Bill. approved
SB1693 Health insurance; coverage for autism spectrum disorder. approved
SB1694 Qualified mental health professionals; regulations for registration. signed by governor
SB1695 Public utilities; acquisition of rights-of-way for economic development sites. approved
SB1696 Wage payment statements; each employer to provide on each regular pay date. approved
SB1697 Income tax, corporate; subtraction for amount of business interest. dead
SB1698 Income tax, corporate; subtraction for amount of Global Intangible Low-Taxed Income. dead
SB1699 Subdivision and zoning; sidewalks. dead
SB1700 Certificates; notice of filing or recordation. signed by governor
SB1701 Short-term rentals; regulation, urban county executive form of government. dead
SB1702 Public School Assistance Fund and Program; created. dead
SB1703 Library of Virginia; disposition of official correspondence of the Governor, effective clause. dead
SB1704 Income taxes, state and corporate; tax credit for employers of National Guard members. dead
SB1705 Virginia War Memorial Board; transfer of duties, sunset provision. approved
SB1706 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming, limited operation, penalties. incorporated
SB1707 Southwest Virginia Energy Research and Development Authority; created, sunset provision. approved
SB1708 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; hearing panel decisions. dead
SB1709 Alcoholic beverage control; distiller licensees, commissions and fees. approved
SB1710 Community work in lieu of payment of fines and court costs; authority of the court. dead
SB1711 Broadband service providers; fiber optic broadband lines, railroad crossings. stricken
SB1712 Group health benefit plans; bona fide associations. incorporated
SB1713 School bus operators; training. approved
SB1714 Net energy metering; schools. incorporated
SB1715 Sales and Use Tax; reduced rate on essential personal hygiene products. approved
SB1716 Interstate 81; Interstate 81 Corridor Improvement Fund created. approved
SB1717 Commonwealth Care Health Benefits Program; association health plans for individual market. dead
SB1718 Reading diagnostic tools; Department of Education to develop and submit plan. approved
SB1719 Cannabidiol oil and THC-A oil; registered agents and pharmaceutical processors. approved
SB1720 Kinship foster care; notice to relatives. approved
SB1721 Electronic Gaming Devices Act; established, penalty. incorporated
SB1722 Continuing care retirement communities; accessing medical assistance, certificate of public need. approved
SB1723 Motor vehicle safety inspections; cost evaluation by DMV and the Department of State Police. stricken
SB1724 Employment records; written request from employee, subpoena duces tecum. approved
SB1725 Stationary blinds in the public waters; minimum distance from shore. dead
SB1726 Alcoholic beverage control; happy hour advertising. signed by governor
SB1727 Tobacco products, nicotine vapor products, etc.; purchase, possession, and sale. signed by governor
SB1728 Parental leave benefits; DHRM to implement and administer. approved
SB1729 Workers' compensation; payment of claims. approved
SB1730 Neighborhood Assistance Act; tax credits, qualified neighborhood organizations. incorporated
SB1731 County board of supervisors or city council; elections for members, ranked choice voting. dead
SB1732 MEI Commission; incentives for episodic television series. incorporated
SB1733 Electronic peer-to-peer motor vehicle rental services; DMV, et al., to study. stricken
SB1734 Accident and sickness insurance; restrictions relating to premium rates. approved
SB1735 All-Payer Claims Database; participation by certain insurance. incorporated
SB1736 Unlawful dissemination or sale of images of another person; penalty. approved
SB1737 Civil relief; citizens furloughed or otherwise not receiving wages, etc. approved
SB1738 Illegal gambling; definition. approved
SB1739 Income tax, state; conformity of tax code to federal code. dead
SB1740 Driver privilege cards; penalty. dead
SB1741 Language development for children who are deaf or hard of hearing; assessment resources for parents. dead
SB1742 State retiree health benefits program; amends provision relating to participation in program. dead
SB1743 Coal ash management; prohibits construction of any landfill or impoundment for storage. dead
SB1744 Income tax, state; increases standard deduction. dead
SB1745 DEQ permits; technical assistance grants. dead
SB1746 Education, Department of; schools to partner with National Math and Science Initiative. approved
SB1747 Insurance agents; continuing education requirements. incorporated
SB1748 Firearms magazines and firearms, certain; prohibition of sale, transfer, etc., penalties. dead
SB1749 Robert O. Norris Bridge and Statewide Special Structure Fund; created. signed by governor
SB1750 Medicaid Supplemental Payment Program Fund; established. dead
SB1751 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; licensing, regulatory boards. approved
SB1752 Virginia Lottery; ticket discounting, civil penalties. approved
SB1753 School boards; race and ethnicity data. stricken
SB1754 Neighborhood Assistance Act; tax credits. dead
SB1755 USBC and SFPC; changes to Codes for safety measures for schools. approved
SB1756 Virginia Condominium and Virginia Property Owners' Association Acts; stormwater facilities. approved
SB1757 Custody and visitation arrangements; best interests of the child, domestic abuse and child abuse. dead
SB1758 Juvenile and domestic relations district courts; jurisdiction, specific findings of fact. approved
SB1759 Underground electric distribution lines; placing in areas of transit-oriented development. approved
SB1760 Diagnostic X-ray machines; operation of machine. dead
SB1761 Landfill permits; adjacent locality approval. dead
SB1762 Traffic impact analysis; solid waste management facilities. dead
SB1763 Health insurance; payment to out-of-network providers. dead
SB1764 Emergency custody orders; period of custody. dead
SB1765 Restoration of certain highways; payment of costs. dead
SB1766 Controlled substance tracking system; Board of Pharmacy to conduct a two-year pilot program. stricken
SB1767 Remote sales & use tax collection; sufficient activity by remote sellers & marketplace facilitators. incorporated
SB1768 Handheld personal communications devices; use while driving, etc. passed
SB1769 Electric utilities; net energy metering. approved
SB1770 Transportation funding; creates a statewide approach to funding. dead
SB1771 State share for basic aid; duration of certain agreements. approved
SB1772 Pregnant prisoners; use of restraint. approved
SB1773 Health regulatory boards; conversion therapy. dead
SB1774 Automatic fire sprinkler inspectors; requirement for licensure, certification. approved
SB1775 Highways, Commissioner of; report on operation of overweight trucks on highways. approved
SB1776 Divorce; grounds of cruelty, abuse, desertion, or abandonment, waiting period. dead
SB1777 Restrictive housing; data collection and reporting, Department of Corrections to submit report. approved
SB1778 Counseling minors; certain health regulatory boards to promulgate regulations. dead
SB1779 Electric utilities; municipal net energy metering. approved
SB1780 Electric Utility Regulation; Refund Act. dead
SB1781 Contests of certain elections; location of proceeding to contest. approved
SB1782 Notaries; qualifications. vetoed
SB1783 Local employee grievance procedure; qualifying grievances by local government employees. stricken
SB1784 Traffic incident management vehicles; vehicles equipped with flashing red and white lights. dead
SB1785 Enterprise zones; designation. signed by governor
SB1786 Geriatric, terminally ill, or permanently physically disabled prisoners; conditional release. dead
SB1787 Motor vehicle insurance; compliance verification by DMV. signed by governor
SB1788 Sports or entertainment project; City of Va. Beach granted certain powers relating to construction. passed committee
SB1789 Designating the Trooper Lucas B. Dowell Bridge. approved
SB1790 Sports or entertainment project; City of Va. Beach granted certain powers relating to construction. approved
SJ1 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). dead
SJ2 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of Governor and Lieutenant Governor. dead
SJ3 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly term limits (first reference). dead
SJ5 Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, restoration of civil rights (first reference). dead
SJ6 Teacher licensing process; Department of Education to study. dead
SJ8 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
SJ9 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote. dead
SJ12 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote. dead
SJ25 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission, criteria to redraw certain districts. dead
SJ27 Constitutional amendment; qualification of voters, restoration of civil rights. dead
SJ31 Interstate conventions; selection of commissioners and committee procedures. dead
SJ32 U.S. Route 29; VDOT to study feasibility of eastern bypass. dead
SJ33 Route 60 Corridor; VDOT to study. dead
SJ34 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established. dead
SJ39 Constitutional amendment; Literary Fund, proceeds from forfeited property. dead
SJ51 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established (first reference). dead
SJ65 Solitary confinement; Department of Corrections to study. dead
SJ68 Constitutional amendment; criteria for electoral districts (first reference). dead
SJ250 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). passed committee
SJ251 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). dead
SJ252 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of Governor and Lieutenant Governor. dead
SJ253 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly term limits (first reference). dead
SJ254 Dulles Greenway; purchase of Greenway by VDOT. passed house
SJ255 Commending U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. dead
SJ256 Celebrating the life of William E. Ward. passed house
SJ257 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Joan S. Parrott. passed house
SJ258 Constitutional amendment; political reform (first reference). dead
SJ259 U.S. Route 29; VDOT to study feasibility of eastern bypass. dead
SJ260 Route 60 Corridor; VDOT to study. dead
SJ261 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote (first reference). dead
SJ262 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote (first reference). incorporated
SJ263 Commending the American Legion. passed house
SJ264 Commending R. Carroll Smith, Sr. passed house
SJ265 Municipal solid waste generated within a solid waste planning unit; reduction of recycling rate. stricken
SJ266 Commending the Washington Capitals. passed house
SJ267 Celebrating the life of Evelyn Marie Kerr. passed house
SJ268 Interstate conventions; selection of commissioners and committee procedures. dead
SJ269 Celebrating the life of Stacey Visser Dendy. passed house
SJ270 United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment. incorporated
SJ271 Celebrating the life of John Melburn Toups. passed house
SJ272 Designating August 13, 2019, and each succeeding year, as Shipbuilders Day in Virginia. passed house
SJ273 Commending the Loudoun County High School marching band. passed house
SJ274 Constitutional amendment; apportionment, criteria for legislative and congressional districts. dead
SJ275 Persons in Commonwealth; reaffirming equal protection under the law. dead
SJ276 Interstate 95 Corridor Improvement Plan; Commonwealth Transportation Board to study. passed house
SJ277 Resiliency Week; designating as first week of September 2019, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ278 Constitutional amendment; personal property tax exemption for motor vehicle of a disabled veteran. approved
SJ279 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). incorporated
SJ280 Celebrating the life of Dennis Dunne Horton. passed house
SJ281 Commending the Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery. passed house
SJ282 Commending the Virginia Governmental Employees Association. passed house
SJ283 Constitutional amendment; qualification of voters, restoration of civil rights. dead
SJ284 United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment. dead
SJ285 JLARC; practices, procedures, and accountability of industrial development authorities. dead
SJ286 Move Over Awareness Month; designating as June 2019, and in honor & memory of Lt. Bradford T. Clark. passed
SJ287 Designating August 16, 2019, and in each succeeding year, as the Reverend Dr. Wyatt Tee Walker Day. passed house
SJ288 Commending the Benedictine Sisters of Virginia. passed
SJ289 Designating Feb. 20, 2019 and each succeeding year, as Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Awareness Day. passed house
SJ290 Celebrating the life of Josiah Pollard Rowe III. passed house
SJ291 Military - overseas ballots; electronic return of voter ballots, report. dead
SJ292 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ293 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ294 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ295 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ296 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ297 Lynching; acknowledging with profound regret the existence and acceptance within the Commonwealth. passed house
SJ298 Designating as August 2019 and each succeeding year, as Breastfeeding Awareness Month. passed house
SJ299 Designating as November 17, 2019, and each succeeding year, as World Prematurity Day. dead
SJ300 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established (first reference). dead
SJ301 Mental Health Services in the Commonwealth in the 21st Century; Joint Subcommittee Studying, cont'd. passed house
SJ302 Constitutional amendment; eminent domain, public utility. dead
SJ303 Celebrating the life of William Clinton Walker. passed
SJ304 Celebrating the life of Derek Brandon Hill. passed
SJ305 Constitutional amendment; apportionment, criteria for legislative and congressional districts. dead
SJ306 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission (first reference). approved
SJ307 JLARC; costs of education, report. dead
SJ308 Commending the Loudoun County Sheriff's Department. passed
SJ309 Virginia Marine Resources Commission; creation of protection zones for submerged cables. passed house
SJ310 Commending Hanover County. passed house
SJ311 DHCD; permitting processes for broadband, etc. dead
SJ312 JLARC; health benefit plan premium rate review process administered by the SCC's. dead
SJ313 Commending the Commissioners of the Revenue Association of Virginia. passed house
SJ314 Montessori Education Day. passed house
SJ315 Celebrating the life of Master Sergeant Edward Colston Newton V, USA. passed
SJ316 Commending Stephen K. White, Ph.D. passed house
SJ317 Celebrating the life of Douglas Ronald Fahl. passed house
SJ318 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Frederick MacDonald Quayle. passed
SJ319 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ320 Commemorating the 75th anniversary of D-Day. passed
SJ321 Commending the Liberty University School of Aeronautics. passed house
SJ322 Commending Elizabeth Crowther. passed
SJ323 Commending Jay E. Ferriss. passed
SJ324 Celebrating the life of Bradford Turner Clark. passed
SJ325 Commending Voices for Virginia's Children. passed
SJ326 Commending AMIkids. passed
SJ327 Commending Doorways for Women and Families. passed
SJ328 Celebrating the life of Evelynn Belle Ware. passed
SJ329 Commending David Allen Wright. passed
SJ330 Commending Bishop Curtis Eugene Edmonds, Sr. passed house
SJ331 Commending Frances Mae West Byers. passed
SJ332 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ333 Commending Falcon Heating and Air Conditioning. passed
SJ334 Commending Paul B. Ebert. passed house
SJ335 Celebrating the life of Gary M. Nuckols. passed
SJ336 Commending the City of Bristol. passed
SJ337 Commending the recipients of the 2019 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Awards. passed house
SJ338 Designating July, in 2019 & each succeeding year, Cleft & Craniofacial Awareness & Prevention Month. passed house
SJ339 Commending Margaret E. McKeough. passed house
SJ340 Celebrating the life of Dennis Lynn Brent. passed
SJ341 Commending the Honorable Robert W. 'Bob' Goodlatte. passed house
SJ342 Commending the Appalachian Agency for Senior Citizens. passed
SJ343 Commending the New River Valley Regional Commission. passed
SJ344 Celebrating the life of Harry E. Diezel. passed house
SJ345 Celebrating the life of William K. Coors. passed house
SJ346 Celebrating the life of James Mapp Chandler. passed
SJ347 Commending the Ctr for Innovative Tech's Ctr for Unmanned Systems and the Va. Tech Mid-Atlantic. passed house
SJ348 Commending Daniel T. McEathron. passed house
SJ349 Celebrating the life of Edward Brown Snyder. passed house
SJ350 Celebrating the life of Captain Charles M. Heron, USN, Ret. passed house
SJ351 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Rudolph Bobby Lewis, Sr. passed house
SJ352 Celebrating the life of Linwood S. Matthews. passed
SJ353 Commending Michael J. Brown. passed house
SJ354 Commending the Page County High School baseball team. passed house
SJ355 Commending the Page County High School softball team. passed house
SJ356 Commending the Loudoun County Area Agency on Aging. passed house
SJ357 Commending Charles City County. passed house
SJ358 Prince Edward County Public Schools closing. passed house
SJ359 Celebrating the life of Scott Marvin Anderson. passed
SJ360 Commending Johanna Schuchert. passed house
SJ361 Commending the Greenbriar Civic Association. passed
SJ362 Commending the James Madison High School softball team. passed
SJ363 Commending Virginia Commonwealth University. passed house
SJ364 Celebrating the life of David C. Creasy, Sr. passed house
SJ365 Celebrating the life of Lillie A. Estes. passed house
SJ366 Commending the Orange County Agricultural Initiative. passed house
SJ367 Commending the Dolley Madison Garden Club. passed house
SJ368 Celebrating the life of Donald Robert McCaig. passed house
SJ369 Celebrating the life of Captain Andrew Patrick Ross, USA. passed house
SJ370 Celebrating the life of Sue Kimble Dudley. passed house
SJ371 Celebrating the life of James William Bryan, Jr. passed house
SJ372 Celebrating the life of Carl David Brinkley. passed house
SJ373 Celebrating the life of William E. Edwards. passed house
SJ374 Commending Ghent in Norfolk. passed house
SJ375 Commending Joe Vaughan. passed house
SJ376 Celebrating the life of Edmund John Kelly. passed
SJ377 Celebrating the life of Garner Allen Barker. passed
SJ378 Celebrating the life of Joseph Frederick Hunnicutt. passed
SJ379 Commending Robert Cellell Dalton. passed
SJ380 Celebrating the life of Walter T. Kenney, Sr. passed house
SJ381 Commending The National Society of Madison Family Descendants. passed house
SJ382 Commending the Chancellor High School field hockey team. passed house
SJ383 Commending Dewey Leon Fincher. passed house
SJ384 Celebrating the life of Joseph C. Whitaker. passed
SJ385 Celebrating the life of Tyler McKellan Spruill. passed house
SJ386 Commending Jesse's Barber Shop. passed house
SJ387 Celebrating the life of Jennifer Marable Stivers. passed
SJ388 Celebrating the life of Trooper Lucas B. Dowell. passed house
SJ389 Commending Business Engineering, Inc. passed house
SJ390 Commending Roz Rakoff. passed house
SJ391 Commending Margaret D. Parker. passed house
SJ392 Commending Synergy Design & Construction. passed house
SJ393 Commending the Oakton High School boys' lacrosse team. passed
SJ394 Celebrating the life of Anthony Robert Whetzel. passed house
SJ395 Celebrating the life of T. Rodman Layman. passed
SJ396 Celebrating the life of Maxine Lyons Silver. passed house
SJ397 Commending Ashland D. Fortune. passed house
SJ398 Commending William H. Talley III. passed house
SJ399 Commending Virginia's State Forests. passed
SJ400 Commending the New River Valley Agency on Aging. passed
SJ401 Commending the King William County Ruritan Club. passed
SJ402 Commending W.T. Woodson High School boys' cross country team. passed
SJ403 Commending the W.T. Woodson High School girls' tennis team. passed
SJ404 Commending the Robinson Secondary School gymnastics team. passed
SJ405 Commending Mt. Zion Baptist Church. passed house
SJ406 Celebrating the life of James Walter Rogers. passed house
SJ407 Commending St. Timothy's Episcopal Church. passed house
SJ408 Commending Mary Price. passed house
SJ409 Celebrating the life of Roy Linwood Clark. passed house
SJ410 Celebrating the life of Mary E. Onley. passed house
SJ411 Celebrating the life of Tony Robinson Washington, Jr. passed house
SJ412 Celebrating the life of Kevin Glenn Wade. passed
SJ413 Commending Ohef Sholom Temple. passed house
SJ414 Commending The Apprentice School. passed house
SJ415 Commending the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeast Virginia. passed house
SJ416 Celebrating the life of Cynthia Grim Dellinger. passed house
SJ417 Celebrating the life of Frank Huff. passed
SJ418 Va. Conflict of Interest & Ethics Advisory Council; confirming appt. by Senate Committee on Rules. passed
SJ419 Commending the Brown family. passed
SJ420 Celebrating the life of Cynthia Lynn Piazza. passed
SJ421 Celebrating the life of Thomas Pierce Power. passed house
SJ422 Celebrating the life of Leonard Louis Dreyfus. passed house
SJ423 Celebrating the life of Lloyd Thomas Smith, Jr. passed house
SJ424 Commemorating the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht. passed
SJ425 Commending the Deep Run High School golf team. passed
SJ426 Celebrating the life of Barbara Foster Freeman. passed house
SJ427 Celebrating the life of Barbara Beatrice Abernathy Ross. passed house
SJ428 Commending Piedmont Senior Resources Area Agency on Aging, Inc. passed
SJ429 Commending Linda Q. Smyth. passed
SJ430 Commending Sharon Bulova. passed house
SJ431 Commending the Peninsula Agency on Aging, Inc. passed house
SJ432 Commending Braxton-Perkins American Legion Post 25. passed house
SJ433 Celebrating the life of Harvey King Wilson. passed house
SJ434 Celebrating the life of Leonard E. Phillips, Jr. passed
SJ435 Celebrating the life of Suzanne Curry McBride. passed
SJ436 Commending Universal Corporation. passed
SJ437 Celebrating the life of Dr. Donn Lancaster. passed
SJ438 Celebrating the life of John Harper. passed
SJ439 Commending United Community Ministries, Inc. passed house
SJ440 Commending the Northern Virginia Conservation Trust. passed house
SJ441 Commending the Prince William County Bar Association. passed house
SJ442 Commending Neabsco Elementary School. passed house
SJ443 Commending the Hilton Downtown Richmond. passed house
SJ444 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Oliver A. Pollard, Jr. passed
SJ445 Commending Jimmye McFarland Laycock. passed house
SJ446 Celebrating the life of William McKinnon. passed
SJ447 Celebrating the life of Robert Ewing Litton II. passed
SJ448 Celebrating the life of Manuel Baca Fierro. passed
SJ449 Commending Sully Elementary School. passed house
SJ450 Commending the NextStop Theatre Company. passed house
SJ451 Commending Carol G. Jameson. passed house
SJ452 Commending Food For Neighbors. passed house
SJ453 Commending the Rotary Club of Herndon. passed house
SJ454 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Luther Ray Ashworth. passed house
SJ455 Celebrating the life of Leonard Carlyle Ford. passed
SJ456 Celebrating the life of Mary J. Barnett. passed house
SJ457 Celebrating the life of Effie Marie Giddens Spady. passed
SJ458 Commending William Lindsey. passed house
SJ459 Commending Captain Harold W. Hill. passed house
SJ460 Commending Deputy Amanda Vela. passed house
SJ461 Commending Barney Barnwell. passed house
SJ462 Commending Lieutenant James Layne. passed house
SJ463 Commending Daily Planet Health Services. passed house
SJ464 Celebrating the life of Jeannine A. Hunter. passed
SJ465 Commending the Honorable Jan Brodie. passed house
SJ466 Commending Officer Katherine E. Tassa. passed house
SJ467 Celebrating the life of Elizabeth May Verley. passed
SJ468 Commending the Jewish Community Federation of Richmond. passed
SJ469 Celebrating the life of Wilbur Eugene Thomas. passed house
SJ470 Commending the Mount Vernon Council of Citizens' Associations. passed house
SJ471 Commending the Alexandria Division of Aging and Adult Services. passed house
SJ472 Commending Thomas Kail. passed house
SJ473 Commending Equality Virginia. dead
SJ474 Commending Signature Theatre. passed house
SJ475 Commending the Reverend Monsignor William H. Carr. passed
SJ476 Celebrating the life of Bettie Woodson Weaver. passed
SJ477 Commending the Stonewall Riots. dead
SR82 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of Governor and Lieutenant Governor. dead
SR83 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly term limits (first reference). dead
SR84 Commending the Virginia Funeral Directors Association. passed senate
SR85 Celebrating the life of Brenda Lee Hansen-Ike. passed senate
SR86 Senate of Virginia; 2019 operating resolution. passed senate
SR87 Commending R. C. Haydon Elementary School. passed senate
SR88 Commending the Town of Lebanon. passed senate
SR89 Commending the University of Virginia. passed senate
SR90 Commending Richard David Legon. passed senate
SR91 Commending Hanover County. passed senate
SR92 Nominating a person to be elected to the Court of Appeals of Virginia. passed senate
SR93 Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships. passed senate
SR94 Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships. passed senate
SR95 Nominating persons the be elected to juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeships. passed senate
SR96 Nominating a person to be elected as a member of the Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission. passed senate
SR97 Nominating a person to be elected as a member of the State Corporation Commission. passed senate
SR98 Commending Rodney A. Robinson. passed senate
SR99 Commending the Associated General Contractors of America. passed senate
SR100 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Bradford Turner Clark. passed senate
SR101 Commending Black Creek Volunteer Fire Department. passed senate
SR102 Commending Dianne Whitaker. passed senate
SR103 Celebrating the life of Marjorie Hodges Lamar. passed senate
SR104 Commending Clover Hill Baptist Church. passed senate
SR105 Commending the Reverend Alphonso Washington. passed senate
SR106 Commending Helen Turner Murphy and W. Tayloe Murphy, Jr. passed senate
SR107 Commending Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia. passed senate
SR108 Celebrating the life of Michael Timothy Tilley. passed senate
SR109 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Jasper N. Beauchamp, USA, Ret. passed senate
SR110 Commending the 29th Infantry Division. passed senate
SR111 Commending the Central Chesapeake Republican Women's Club. passed senate
SR112 Celebrating the life of John D. Jenkins. passed senate
SR113 Celebrating the life of John Marshall Rasnick, Jr. passed senate
SR114 Celebrating the life of Charlotte Mae Satterwhite Troxell. passed senate
SR115 Celebrating the life of Richard Leigh Towell, Sr. passed senate
SR116 Commending The Apprentice School football team. passed senate
SR117 Commending Bay Aging. passed senate
SR118 Celebrating the life of Captain Andrew Patrick Ross, USA. passed senate
SR119 Commending the Mattaponi Baptist Association of Virginia. passed senate
SR120 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed senate
SR121 Nominating a person to be elected to the Court of Appeals of Virginia. passed senate
SR122 Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships. passed senate
SR123 Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships. passed senate
SR124 Nominating persons the be elected to juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeships. passed senate
SR125 Nominating a person to be elected as a member of the Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission. passed senate
SR126 Celebrating the life of Major Robert S. Gooch IV, USA. passed senate
SR127 Commending Bishop Leon Benjamin. passed senate
SR128 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Robert Elson Russell, Sr. passed senate
SR129 Commending the Honorable Susan Clarke Schaar. passed senate
SR130 Commending Meg Medina. passed senate
SR131 Commending Maplewood Landfill. dead
SR132 Celebrating the life of Elma Mankin. passed senate
SR133 Celebrating the life of Captain Anthony Reid Adams, USCG, Ret. passed senate
SR134 Commending RevolutionaryVA250. passed senate
SR135 Commending Jacob Alexander Hummer. passed senate
SR136 Celebrating the life of the Honorable John O. Marsh, Jr. passed senate
SR137 Commending Jerry P. Bosserman. passed senate
SR138 Celebrating the life of Brittney L. Cason. passed senate
SR139 Commending the District Three Governmental Cooperative. passed senate
SR140 Commemorating the life and legacy of Victor J. Ashe. passed senate
SR141 Commending Michael L. Wade. passed senate
SR142 Commending Lake Country Area Agency on Aging. passed senate
SR143 Senate Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming appointments by Senate Committee on Rules. passed senate
SR144 Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships. passed senate
SR145 Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships. passed senate
SR146 Nominating a person to be elected to a juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeship. passed
SR147 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nominations for election of members. passed senate
SR148 Celebrating the life of Alan Bruce Wambold. passed senate
SR149 Celebrating the life of William R. Ferguson. passed senate
SR150 Commending M. Siddique Sheikh. passed senate
SR151 Commending the Mary Baldwin University Alumni Association. passed senate
SR152 Commending Sunil Singh. passed senate
SR153 Celebrating the life of Jason Dean Gibbs. passed senate
SR154 Commending Yvonne Bunn. passed senate
SR155 Commending Bertram Aaron. passed senate
SR156 Commending George T. Rublein. passed senate
SR157 Commending Black women in the General Assembly. passed senate
SR158 Celebrating the life of Fay Dutkin Slotnick. passed
SR159 Commending Cameron Wooldridge and Jacob Turpin. passed senate
SR160 Celebrating the life of Gordon Danny Jonas. passed senate
SR161 Commending the Honorable Robert W. 'Bob' Goodlatte. passed senate
SR162 Commending the Salem High School baseball team. passed senate
SR163 Commending the Auburn High School boys' and girls' cross country teams. passed senate
SR164 Celebrating the life of Marshall Steven Gates. passed senate
SR165 Commending Forest Webb. passed senate
SR166 Celebrating the life of Hazel Williams. passed senate
SR167 Celebrating the life of Kevin Corbett. passed senate
SR168 Celebrating the life of Kenneth A. Hall. passed senate
SR169 Commending Meghan Conti. passed senate