2017 Bills

3,201 bills found.

# Title Status
HB6 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; unlawful conversion of political contributions to personal use. dead
HB40 Public safety answering points; deployment of text-to-9-1-1. dead
HB60 Income tax, state; subtraction for National Guard pay. dead
HB75 Reckless driving; right to appeal. dead
HB96 Problem-Solving Court Act; established, report. dead
HB102 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses, penalty. dead
HB129 Local government; publication of notices for charter changes, referenda, and public hearings, etc. dead
HB130 Limited liability companies; series. dead
HB157 Agriculture and Consumer Services, Department of; approval of guidance document prior to adoption. dead
HB163 Income tax, state; deduction for senior citizens. dead
HB165 Meals and food and beverage taxes, local; exemption for sales of meals for fundraising purposes. dead
HB171 Alcoholic beverage control; food-beverage ratio for certain mixed beverage licensees. dead
HB193 Certificates of public need; creates three-phase process to sunset requirements for medical care. dead
HB215 Income tax, state; annual adjustment for inflation. dead
HB219 Alcoholic beverage control; food-beverage ratio. dead
HB251 Cover sheets; multiple deeds or instruments concerning the same interest in real property. dead
HB253 License tax, local, and state contractor's license; certificate of workers' compensation compliance. dead
HB271 Parenting time; replaces 'visitation' in statutory language. dead
HB286 Legal notices; advertisement by locality. dead
HB346 Consumer finance companies; motor vehicle title loans, prohibited practices. dead
HB350 Certificate of public need; changes to Medical Care Facilities Certificate of Public Need Program. dead
HB352 Electric utilities; energy efficiency programs. dead
HB362 Accident and sickness insurance; step therapy protocols, disclosure of information. dead
HB379 Electric utility; customer account information, warrant required. dead
HB400 Virginia Student Loan Refinancing Authority; established, report. dead
HB401 Student loan servicers; student loan ombudsman. dead
HB452 Virginia Energy Storage Consortium; created, report. dead
HB461 Handheld personal communications devices; use while driving, penalty. dead
HB473 Palliative Care Information and Education Program; established. dead
HB490 Workers' compensation; cost of living supplements. dead
HB500 Child care providers; criminal history background checks. dead
HB539 Income tax, corporate; lowers rate of taxation. dead
HB540 Income tax, state; increases deduction for personal exemptions. dead
HB545 License tax, local; staffing firm deductions. dead
HB575 Energy efficiency programs; total resource cost test. dead
HB576 Electric and natural gas utilities; energy efficiency goals established, report. dead
HB601 Health insurance; mandated coverage for treatment of inborn errors of metabolism. dead
HB602 Petit larceny; prior convictions, penalty. dead
HB618 Distributed electric generation; establishment of community solar gardens. dead
HB625 Minors; abduction for purpose of prostitution. dead
HB666 Contracts; certain provisions for sale or lease of consumer goods or services declared void. dead
HB678 Human trafficking training; DCJS to establish for law-enforcement, etc. dead
HB693 Income tax, state; adjusts standard deduction for inflation. dead
HB710 Property Owners' Association Act; conforms maximum fees for disclosure packets. dead
HB754 Domestic violence-related misdemeanors; enhanced penalty. dead
HB765 Assault and battery against a family or household member; first offense, enhanced penalties. dead
HB768 Victims of domestic violence, etc.; firearms safety or training course. dead
HB790 Solid waste disposal fee; removes Pittsylvania County from list of counties authorized to levy. dead
HB794 Death penalty; severe mental illness. dead
HB809 Firearms; selling, bartering, etc., to persons not lawfully present in United States, penalty. dead
HB835 Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of licensed art instruction studios. dead
HB838 Professions, occupations, and trades; applicant's criminal history. dead
HB839 State Library Board; retention of surveillance videos. dead
HB843 Income tax, state; reduces top marginal tax rate. dead
HB877 Taxation, Department of; increases period taxpayer may file an amended return. dead
HB880 Income tax, state; withholding tax for an employee. dead
HB881 Child day programs; exempts from licensure certain martial arts programs. dead
HB887 Virginia Public Procurement Act; requirements for use of construction management. dead
HB897 Tow truck drivers; registration of drivers convicted of violent crimes. dead
HB900 Associate physicians; requirements for licensure, practice agreements. dead
HB904 Alcoholic beverage control; limited mixed beverage license for retail cigar shops. dead
HB908 Electrical transmission lines; SCC to consider impact on historic resources. dead
HB922 Computer trespass; increases penalty if government computer and computer used for public utilities. dead
HB936 Students, certain, with limited English proficiency; Board shall make provision in its regulations. dead
HB956 Legal notices; advertisement by certain towns. dead
HB957 Laser hair removal technicians; licensure by Board of Medicine. dead
HB963 Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act; created, penalty. dead
HB966 Income tax, corporate; apportionment of income to Virginia. dead
HB969 Virginia Retail Sales and Use Tax Act; conforms the Commonwealth's sales and use tax laws. dead
HB978 Health insurance; proton radiation therapy coverage decisions. dead
HB1019 Education improvement scholarships; modifies tax credit program, pre-kindergarten eligibility. dead
HB1021 Medicaid nonemergency transportation providers; criminal history background checks. dead
HB1035 Elderly care savings trust accounts; established, administered by the Virginia College Savings Plan. dead
HB1042 Toll facility operators or their agents; exempted from charges for information supplied by DMV. dead
HB1065 Ground water conservation incentive program; State Water Control Bd. to establish voluntary program. dead
HB1067 Commonwealth of Virginia Transform I-66 Corridor Outside the Beltway Bond Act of 2016; created. dead
HB1072 Virginia Retirement System; modifies hybrid retirement program. dead
HB1078 Legal notices; advertisement of by certain towns. dead
HB1080 Onsite sewage systems; designs for treatment works from professional engineers. dead
HB1089 Virginia Lottery Fund; administrative expenses, reduces cap on appropriations to Fund. dead
HB1095 Income tax, state; reduces top marginal individual tax rate. dead
HB1098 Chiropractic, practice of; expands definition. dead
HB1104 Firefighters employed by localities; entitlement to continued compensation. dead
HB1113 Prescription drugs; price transparency. dead
HB1121 Absentee voting; verification of signatures by officers of elections. dead
HB1130 Medical records; fee limits and penalty for failure to provide. dead
HB1133 Paid Sick Leave Pilot Program; established, paid sick leave tax credit. dead
HB1136 Capital outlay plan; revises six-year plan for projects. dead
HB1161 Correctional Officer Procedural Guarantee Act; created. dead
HB1171 Corrections, Board of; notification of tertiary care of prisoner. dead
HB1193 Line of Duty Act; probation and parole officers. dead
HB1196 Arrest; failure to be physically taken into custody by using physical means to resist. dead
HB1210 Gun safes; establishes an exemption from retail sales tax. dead
HB1233 Charitable gaming; conduct of bingo games. dead
HB1239 Fire Programs Fund; increases rate of assessment for Fund. dead
HB1241 Guardians ad litem appointed in custody and visitation cases; certification form. dead
HB1251 Health insurance; assignment of benefits. dead
HB1262 Charitable gaming; conduct of instant bingo, network bingo, pull tabs, and seal cards. dead
HB1282 Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement; SCT to work with Virginia-Israel Advisory Board. dead
HB1285 Community energy programs; investor-owned electric utilities and electric cooperatives to establish. dead
HB1286 Distributed and renewable generation of electric energy; net energy metering. dead
HB1302 Charitable gaming; conduct of bingo games, prohibited practices. dead
HB1306 Family day homes; voluntary listing of certain homes. dead
HB1314 Grapevine Grant Fund and Program; created. dead
HB1317 Sexual abuse of certain children; penalty. dead
HB1328 Unfaithful delegates; constitutional convention, penalty. dead
HB1332 Virginia Electronic Communications Privacy Act; established, report. dead
HB1346 Commonwealth Transportation Board; increases regional membership. dead
HB1347 Wireless communications; infrastructure established. dead
HB1358 Gas emissions; control systems for certain landfills. dead
HB1363 Local officers; petition requirements for removal of county supervisor, etc. dead
HB1379 Voter list maintenance; use of Electronic Registration Information Center, etc. dead
HB1380 Absentee voting; electronic signatures prohibited on certain applications for absentee ballots. dead
HB1388 State agencies; review of potential anti-competitive actions and promulgation of regulations. dead
HB1389 FOIA; record exclusion for trade secrets submitted to Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy. dead
HB1392 School security officers; carrying a firearm in performance of duties. signed by governor
HB1393 Direct primary care agreements; Commonwealth's insurance laws do not apply. dead
HB1394 Franchisees; status thereof and its employees as employees of the franchisor. vetoed by governor
HB1395 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. dead
HB1396 Grottoes, Town of; amending charter, appointment of member to office of vice-mayor, etc. signed by governor
HB1397 Income tax, state; subtraction for National Guard pay. dead
HB1398 Hate crimes; acts against law-enforcement officers, firefighters, and EMS personnel. dead
HB1399 Elections, State Board of, and local electoral boards; appointments, proportion of political party. dead
HB1400 Virginia Virtual School Board; established, report. vetoed by governor
HB1401 Higher educational institutions; speech on campus. signed by governor
HB1402 Higher educational institutions, public; certain positions require residency of the Commonwealth. signed by governor
HB1403 Driving under influence of alcohol; subsequent offenses, penalty. dead
HB1404 Fire alarms; maliciously activating, penalty. signed by governor
HB1405 Trooper Chad Phillip Dermyer Memorial Bridge; designating as Rt. 143 bridge over Interstate 64. signed by governor
HB1406 Firearms; restoration of right to person convicted of a nonviolent felony to possess, etc. dead
HB1407 Voters, qualified; definition of violent felony. dead
HB1408 Student vision screenings; requirements for certain students. signed by governor
HB1409 House of Delegates and Senate districts; General Assembly authorized to make technical adjustments. dead
HB1410 Educational institutions, baccalaureate public; enrollment of non-Virginia students. dead
HB1411 Privately retained counsel; rules and regulations, client's failure to pay. passed
HB1412 Weight limits; increases maximum gross weight of a motor vehicle eligible for an overload permit. dead
HB1413 Driver's licenses; expiration and renewal. dead
HB1414 Standards of Learning; DOE to review multipart assessment questions, partial credit, etc. signed by governor
HB1415 Transient occupancy tax; Goochland, Powhatan, and Warren Counties authorized to impose. signed by governor
HB1416 Line of Duty Act; payments to beneficiaries. dead
HB1417 School buses; requirements of drivers approaching or immediately preceding a bus. dead
HB1418 Firearms; libraries owned or operated by localities. dead
HB1419 Temporary driver's licenses, permits, etc.; DMV authorized to issue to certain aliens. dead
HB1420 Certificate of public need; repeals certain requirement involving psychiatric beds, etc. dead
HB1421 High school graduation; standard diploma, career and technical education credential, exception. dead
HB1422 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, etc. signed by governor
HB1423 Potomac River Watershed; DEQ to identify owner of any combined sewer overflow outfall, etc. dead
HB1424 Prescription drugs; purpose of labeling. dead
HB1425 President and Vice President electors; allocation of electoral votes by congressional district. dead
HB1426 Emergency custody or involuntary admission process; alternative transportation model. signed by governor
HB1427 Judges; reduces number in circuit courts in the Twenty-first and Twenty-second Circuits. dead
HB1428 Absentee voting; photo identification required with application. vetoed by governor
HB1429 License plates, special; issuance for active duty U.S. Air Force members or certain veterans. dead
HB1430 Third-party registration groups; registration, disclosure, and recordkeeping requirements, etc. dead
HB1431 Voter registration drives; compensation prohibitions. signed by governor
HB1432 Switchblade knife; exception to carry concealed. vetoed by governor
HB1433 Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit; allocation to certain organizations. enacted
HB1434 Tuition Assistance Grant Program; eligible institutions, student speech and expression. dead
HB1435 VIEW; pilot program for substance abuse screening and assessment. dead
HB1436 Unemployment compensation; wage offset. dead
HB1437 Public school students; sight and hearing testing, exceptions. signed by governor
HB1438 Natural gas companies; right of entry. dead
HB1439 Income tax, individual and corporate; small business job creation tax credit. dead
HB1440 Farm use vehicles; imposes $250 fine for violating limitations while operating unregistered vehicle. signed by governor
HB1441 Incapacitated persons; expands class of victims of crime of financial exploitation. dead
HB1442 Open-end credit plans; caps amount of loan origination fee. dead
HB1443 Consumer finance lending; application to Internet loans. dead
HB1444 Minimum wage; increases minimum wage from its current federally mandated level. dead
HB1445 Wages and salaries; eliminates payment by prepaid cards, etc., without employee's consent. dead
HB1446 Campaign finance; permitted use of excess funds. dead
HB1447 Higher educational institutions; establishment of substance abuse recovery housing program. dead
HB1448 Self-settled spendthrift trusts; certain legal entities to act as qualified trustee. dead
HB1449 Naloxone; dispensing for use in opioid overdose reversal, etc. dead
HB1450 Health insurer/health maintenance organization; response to notice from pharmacy's intermediary. signed by governor
HB1451 Social Services, Department of; survey for children aging out of foster care. signed by governor
HB1452 Higher educational institutions; graduation requirements, course in Western civilization, etc. dead
HB1453 Naloxone; dispensing for use in opioid overdose reversal, etc. signed by governor
HB1454 James River; designation portion a component of Scenic Rivers System. signed by governor
HB1455 Real property tax; partial exemption for certain commercial and industrial structures. signed by governor
HB1456 Custody and visitation orders; use of term parenting time. signed by governor
HB1457 Part-time deputy sheriffs; compensation. signed by governor
HB1458 Law enforcement, local; fees for concealed handgun permits, courthouse and courtroom security. dead
HB1459 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use, penalty. dead
HB1460 Private wells; Stafford County authorized to regulate. dead
HB1461 Quantico, Town of; amending charter, removes certain town officers elected by town council. signed by governor
HB1462 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification. dead
HB1463 Delinquent taxes; publication of list by governing body or treasurer. signed by governor
HB1464 Felony conviction; compensation for wrongful incarceration. dead
HB1465 Electric energy consumption reduction goal; progress reports. dead
HB1466 Concealed handgun permits; expiration notice. signed by governor
HB1467 Neonatal abstinence syndrome; Board of Health to adopt regulations to include as reportable disease. signed by governor
HB1468 Incarcerated persons, certain; compliance with detainers, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. vetoed by governor
HB1469 Concealed handguns; authorization and training for persons designated to carry on school property. dead
HB1470 Land preservation tax credits; limitations. dead
HB1471 Reinsurance credits; SCC authorized to adopt certain regulations. signed by governor
HB1472 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; prohibited contracts, exceptions. signed by governor
HB1473 Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act; penalty. dead
HB1474 Dental hygienist; remote supervision. signed by governor
HB1475 Common Interest Community Board; information on covenants, association disclosure packets. signed by governor
HB1476 Real property tax; special assessment for land preservation. signed by governor
HB1477 Cats and dogs; local government may, by ordinance, provide for lifetime licenses. signed by governor
HB1478 Recordation tax; exempts deeds of trust given by utility consumer services cooperatives. signed by governor
HB1479 Attorney discipline; procedures. signed by governor
HB1480 Mental health awareness training; law-enforcement officers, firefighters, and emergency personnel. dead
HB1481 Ordinances relating to fire departments and fire companies; operators of emergency vehicles. dead
HB1482 Presidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact. dead
HB1483 BHDS, Board of; regulations governing licensure of providers. signed by governor
HB1484 Occupational therapists; Board of Medicine shall amend regulations governing licensure. signed by governor
HB1485 Sexual offenses; prohibits person from proximity to children and working on school property. signed by governor
HB1486 Arts and cultural districts; districts may be created jointly by two or more localities. signed by governor
HB1487 Maximum number of circuit court judges; 19th Judicial Circuit. dead
HB1488 Collection of delinquent local taxes; period of delinquency. dead
HB1489 Recordation tax; exemption for certain limited liability companies & limited/general partnerships. dead
HB1490 School board members who are called to active duty; appointment of acting school board members. signed by governor
HB1491 Background checks; exceptions, sponsored living and shared residential service providers. passed
HB1492 Child support orders; special needs trust or ABLE savings trust account. signed by governor
HB1493 Sales draft; definition, credit card offenses, penalty. signed by governor
HB1494 Driver's license; examination of drivers believed incompetent. signed by governor
HB1495 Servicemembers Civil Relief Act; attorney fees. dead
HB1496 Oyster planting grounds; Marine Resources Commission to post. dead
HB1497 Ophthalmic prescriptions; definitions, who may provide prescriptions, requirements. signed by governor
HB1498 School boards; assignment of teachers, class size limits. dead
HB1499 Apportionment of income; corporate income tax. dead
HB1500 Budget Bill. passed
HB1501 Virginia Retail Sales and Use Tax Act. dead
HB1502 Communications sales and use tax; sales price. dead
HB1503 Membership in Multistate Tax Commission. dead
HB1504 Driver's license or learner's permit; issuance, minimum standards for vision tests. signed by governor
HB1505 Perpetual care trust funds; method of distribution. signed by governor
HB1506 Vacant developed property; overgrown shrubs and trees. dead
HB1507 Powers & duties of conservator appointed for an absentee; support of an absentee's spouse. dead
HB1508 Critical incident reports; DBHDS to provide written report. signed by governor
HB1509 Mineral mines reclamation; bonds and liens. signed by governor
HB1510 Appointment of guardian ad litem in civil cases. dead
HB1511 Presentence reports. dead
HB1512 Higher educational institutions, public; academic credit for American Sign Language courses. signed by governor
HB1513 Personal appearance by two-way electronic video and audio communication. dead
HB1514 Doctor of medicine, etc.; reporting disabilities of drivers to DMV, not subject to civil liability. signed by governor
HB1515 Circuit court clerks; electronic transfer of certain documents. signed by governor
HB1516 Surviving spouse's elective share; homestead allowance benefit. signed by governor
HB1517 Sandbridge Beach; general permit for sand Subdivision. signed by governor
HB1518 Sales and use tax; automotive repair supplies. signed by governor
HB1519 Overweight permits; hauling Virginia-grown farm produce, validity. signed by governor
HB1520 Reformulated gasoline; sale for farm use. signed by governor
HB1521 Commonwealth's tax code; conformity with federal law; emergency. signed by governor
HB1522 Death penalty; severe mental illness. dead
HB1523 Substitute judges; appointment to district courts. dead
HB1524 Special conservators of the peace; liability insurance, etc. signed by governor
HB1525 Driver's licenses; revocation or suspension, laws of other jurisdictions. passed
HB1526 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage annual live entertainment venue license, etc. dead
HB1527 Corporations; reinstatement. dead
HB1528 Alcoholic beverage control; tastings conducted by manufacturers, wine and beer wholesalers, reps. dead
HB1529 Temporary exemption periods from retail sales and use taxes for qualifying items; sunset dates. signed by governor
HB1530 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; certification programs for certain businesses. passed senate
HB1531 Department of Health; regulations governing Other Do Not Resuscitate Orders. dead
HB1532 Fire Programs Fund. passed
HB1533 Required immunizations; meningococcal conjugate. dead
HB1534 Student discipline; long-term suspension. dead
HB1535 Public schools; student discipline. dead
HB1536 Student discipline; suspension or expulsion of students in preschool through grade five. passed senate
HB1537 Active duty service; contract termination. signed by governor
HB1538 Revision and recodification of Title 23; corrections. signed by governor
HB1539 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; public access to records of public bodies. passed
HB1540 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; public access to meetings of public bodies. signed by governor
HB1541 Board of Nursing; powers and duties. signed by governor
HB1542 Home service contract providers; shifts responsibility for regulating to Commissioner of the DACS. signed by governor
HB1543 Sales and use tax exemption; audiovisual productions and equipment. signed by governor
HB1544 Certificates of public need; conditions on certificates, alternative plans of compliance. signed by governor
HB1545 Criminal cases; delayed appeals, assignments of errors dismissed in part. signed by governor
HB1546 Jurors; confidentiality of name and home address. signed by governor
HB1547 Historical African American cemeteries/graves; disbursement of funds appropriated for preservation. signed by governor
HB1548 Advance directives; admission of person for mental health treatment, capacity determinations. signed by governor
HB1549 Community services boards and behavioral health authorities; services to be provided, report. signed by governor
HB1550 Involuntary Mental Commitment Fund; DBHDS, et al., to study use of Fund. dead
HB1551 Commitment hearings; sharing of records and information. signed by governor
HB1552 Career and technical education; notification by school board to students and parents of programs. signed by governor
HB1553 Property Owners' Association Act; actions taken by board of directors without a meeting. dead
HB1554 Property Owners' Association Act; amendment of declaration. signed by governor
HB1555 Agency directors; human resource training and agency succession planning. signed by governor
HB1556 Real estate appraisers; exemptions from licensure. signed by governor
HB1557 Temporary injunction of contract for services; rape, forcible sodomy, or object sexual penetration. dead
HB1558 Safety restraint use in motor vehicles. dead
HB1559 Special identification cards; fee for issuance of duplicate or reissuance, expiration of cards. signed by governor
HB1560 Procedure when aliens convicted of certain felonies; forms. signed by governor
HB1561 Public school buses; seat belts. dead
HB1562 Dam Safety, Flood Prevention and Protection Assistance Fund; grants from Fund. enacted
HB1563 Hospitals; regulations governing, facilities performing abortions. dead
HB1564 Planning & Budget, Department of; establishment of Div. of Regulatory Management & Red Tape Comm. dead
HB1565 Local tax and regulatory incentives; green development zones. signed by governor
HB1566 Professions and occupations; active supervision of regulatory boards, definitions, report. passed senate
HB1567 Medicaid applications; information about advance directives. signed by governor
HB1568 Child care providers; applicant criminal history background checks, penalty. signed by governor
HB1569 VPI & SU and Virginia State University; purpose and courses of study. signed by governor
HB1570 Local industrial development authority; Louisa County airports. signed by governor
HB1571 Workers' compensation; fees for medical services. signed by governor
HB1572 Marine Resources Commission; registration as commercial fisherman. signed by governor
HB1573 Fishing privileges; revocation of license by MRC. signed by governor
HB1574 Oysters culling regulation; cargo of oysters shall be scattered on public rocks. signed by governor
HB1575 Oyster dredge; transportation across sanctuary area. dead
HB1576 Purse net fishing prohibited. dead
HB1577 Management of menhaden. dead
HB1578 Students who receive home instruction; participation in interscholastic programs (Tebow Bill). vetoed by governor
HB1579 Defendants; transportation order from correctional facility. signed by governor
HB1580 Child pornography; lawful possession by employees of Department of Social Services. signed by governor
HB1581 Made in Appalachia Initiative; refundable tax credits. dead
HB1582 Concealed handgun permits; age requirement for persons on active military duty. vetoed by governor
HB1583 Southwestern Virginia Training Center; delay closure. dead
HB1584 Solicitation of professional employment; person charged with traffic infraction or reckless driving. dead
HB1585 Housing authorities; approval for construction, etc. signed by governor
HB1586 Court-ordered custody and visitation arrangements; transmission of order to child's school. signed by governor
HB1587 Uniform Statewide Building Code; security of certain records. signed by governor
HB1588 Baiting of deer. dead
HB1589 Order of publication; use of electronic medium. dead
HB1590 Duty of care to law-enforcement officers and firefighters; fireman's rule. signed by governor
HB1591 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; site and building assessment program, etc. signed by governor
HB1592 Comprehensive community colleges; academic credit. signed by governor
HB1593 Sales and use tax; personal hygiene products. dead
HB1594 Local election districts and precincts. dead
HB1595 Vehicle license fees and taxes, local; collection by counties and adjoining towns. dead
HB1596 Virginia Public Procurement Act; public works contracts, prevailing wage provisions. vetoed by governor
HB1597 Stormwater management utility, local; waiver of charges when stormwater retained on site. signed by governor
HB1598 Voter registration; proof of citizenship required to register to vote in certain elections. dead
HB1599 Suspension of driver's license for unpaid fines, etc.; written offer of employment. dead
HB1600 Landfills; DEQ, et al., to work towards odor reduction in Campbell County. signed by governor
HB1601 Electors for President and Vice President; allocation of electoral votes by congressional district. dead
HB1602 Invasion of privacy; civil action, damages, attorney fees and costs. passed committee
HB1603 Absentee voting; eligibility of certain caregivers. dead
HB1604 Foster care; definitions, reasonable efforts to prevent removal of child. signed by governor
HB1605 Virginia Parental Choice Education Savings Accounts; established, report. vetoed by governor
HB1606 Handheld personal communications devices; use of devices in highway work zones. dead
HB1607 High school graduation; verified credit, locally selected, recognized academic assessments. dead
HB1608 Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act. signed by governor
HB1609 Nurse practitioner as expert witness; scope of activities. signed by governor
HB1610 Drug Control Act; Schedule I. signed by governor
HB1611 Child support arrearages; suspension of driver's license. dead
HB1612 Physical Privacy Act; created. dead
HB1613 Testimony of law-enforcement officer; failure of body-worn camera. dead
HB1614 Motor Vehicles, Department of; disclosure of photographs, search warrant. dead
HB1615 Chief Medical Examiner; appointment, terms, and authority of medical examiners. signed by governor
HB1616 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses constitute second degree murder, penalty. passed senate
HB1617 Legal malpractice; estate planning. signed by governor
HB1618 Nonexoneration of debts on property of decedent; notice to creditor and beneficiaries. signed by governor
HB1619 Watershed general permit; nutrient discharge, review of allocations by State Water Control Board. signed by governor
HB1620 Open-end credit plans. dead
HB1621 Preliminary hearing; certification of ancillary misdemeanors, fees and costs. dead
HB1622 Commercial vehicles; harmonizes penalties for driving under the influence (DUI) and commercial DUI. signed by governor
HB1623 Residential rental property; foreclosure shall act as a termination agreement. signed by governor
HB1624 Host Cities Economic Development Incentive and Host Cities Transportation Support Funds. dead
HB1625 Mobile food units; licenses. signed by governor
HB1626 License tax on peddlers and itinerant merchants; adhesive license display. signed by governor
HB1627 Interior lights; certain vehicles used on highway to ensure lights are in good working order. dead
HB1628 Private security; compliance agent experience, surety bond. signed by governor
HB1629 Business advertising material; expands definition. signed by governor
HB1630 Clerk of circuit court; report of money kept by clerk. signed by governor
HB1631 Elections; early voting. dead
HB1632 Renewable energy property; tax credit for property placed in service. dead
HB1633 Careless driving; cause of injury to vulnerable road user. dead
HB1634 State agencies; criminal background checks for certain positions, annual report to DHRM. dead
HB1635 Historic rehabilitation; limits amount of tax credits that may be claimed by each taxpayer. dead
HB1636 Energy efficiency programs; total resource cost test. dead
HB1637 Possession or distribution of marijuana for medical purposes; Crohn's disease. dead
HB1638 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; insurance, early termination of rental agreement. dead
HB1639 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; relationship between landlord and insurance company. dead
HB1640 Motor Vehicles, Department of; titling an out-of-state trailer. dead
HB1641 Insurance policy limits; disclosure, homeowners or personal injury liability insurance. signed by governor
HB1642 Naloxone or other opioid antagonist; possession and administration. signed by governor
HB1643 Electronic wills; process for execution of will. dead
HB1644 Driving under influence of alcohol; first offenders, secure transdermal alcohol monitoring. dead
HB1645 State Sickness and Disability Program; benefits. dead
HB1646 Form of garnishment summons; maximum portion of disposable earnings subject to garnishment. signed by governor
HB1647 Presentence report; waiver by defendant. signed by governor
HB1648 Notice by trustee required before foreclosure sale; tenant of property subject to sale. dead
HB1649 Charter; Town of Herndon. dead
HB1650 Relief; Keith Allen Harward. signed by governor
HB1651 Inmate trust accounts; exemption. signed by governor
HB1652 City of Richmond general district court; concurrent criminal jurisdiction. signed by governor
HB1653 Virginia Code Commission; duties. dead
HB1654 Examining and approving a statement in lieu of the settlement of accounts; fee for commissioner. signed by governor
HB1655 Sentencing guidelines; appeals. dead
HB1656 Health insurance; proton radiation therapy coverage decisions. signed by governor
HB1657 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; license plate readers. passed committee
HB1658 Electric utility customer; account information confidential. dead
HB1659 Workers' compensation; employer's lien, third party actions. signed by governor
HB1660 Va. history & U.S. Constitution; Federalist Papers are required to be taught & explained to student. dead
HB1661 Administration of medications to treat adrenal crisis. signed by governor
HB1662 Higher educational institutions, public; general education course credit, dual enrollment courses. signed by governor
HB1663 Northern Va. Community College, et al.; computer science training, etc., for public school teachers. passed
HB1664 SCHEV; collection and publication of wage data. signed by governor
HB1665 Motion picture production; extends sunset date of tax credit. signed by governor
HB1666 Speed monitoring systems; locality may, by ordinance, establish. dead
HB1667 Public contracts; gender identity, civil liability. dead
HB1668 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts legal tender coins. signed by governor
HB1669 Gas severance tax. dead
HB1670 Property Owners' Association Act; amendment of declaration. dead
HB1671 Natural gas utilities; qualified projects, investments in eligible infrastructure. passed
HB1672 Coalfield region public education tax credit. dead
HB1673 Issuance of disabled parking placards by physician. dead
HB1674 Conditional rezoning proffers; definition of public facilities. dead
HB1675 Palliative care information and resources; VDH to make information available on its website. signed by governor
HB1676 Individual income tax; subtraction for National Guard wages. dead
HB1677 General Assembly; introduction of legislation, recorded vote in committee or subcommittee. dead
HB1678 FOIA; trade secrets submitted to the Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy. dead
HB1679 Well permit applications; disclosure of trade secrets. stricken
HB1680 Marine Resources Commission; advisory committees. dead
HB1681 Transient occupancy tax; state parks. dead
HB1682 Temporary driver's licenses; eligibility. dead
HB1683 Prohibited public carrying of certain firearms; penalty. dead
HB1684 Firearms; restricting access to children, Class 1 misdemeanor. dead
HB1685 Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty. dead
HB1686 Planning district commissions; permits Indian tribes recognized by federal government to join. signed by governor
HB1687 Nonrepairable and rebuilt vehicles; eliminates certain requirement sunset provision, report. signed by governor
HB1688 Practice of chiropractic; certain medical evaluations. signed by governor
HB1689 Medical records or papers; fee limits, penalty for failure to provide. signed by governor
HB1690 Virginia Preschool Initiative; local matching funds. dead
HB1691 Widewater Beach Subdivision; DCR to convey certain real property. passed
HB1692 Effect of divorce proceedings; transfer of matters to the juvenile and domestic relations court. dead
HB1693 Virginia Public Procurement Act; contracts for architectural and engineering services. signed by governor
HB1694 Alcoholic beverage control; nonprofit banquet licensees, sale of wine for off-premises consumption. signed by governor
HB1695 Crossing bridge or culvert by vehicle heavier than allowed. dead
HB1696 Filling vacancies in the United States Senate. dead
HB1697 Extension of approvals to address housing crisis. signed by governor
HB1698 Polling places; memorandum of understanding. dead
HB1699 Danville, City of; recordation of deeds subject to liens for unpaid taxes. signed by governor
HB1700 Firearms; carrying in public while intoxicated, etc., penalty. dead
HB1701 Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory (FOIA) Council; membership. dead
HB1702 Hate crimes; reporting to State Police. dead
HB1703 Electric and natural gas utilities; energy efficiency goals. dead
HB1704 Grand larceny and certain property crimes; increases threshold amount of money taken, etc. dead
HB1705 Certification of driver education courses; requirements. signed by governor
HB1706 Law-enforcement immunity; storage of firearms. dead
HB1707 Tax credits, certain; elimination of state-level charitable contribution deductions. dead
HB1708 Standards of Accreditation; industry certification credentials obtained by high school students. passed
HB1709 School boards; policies and procedures prohibiting bullying, parental notification. signed by governor
HB1710 Gun safes; establishes an exemption from retail sales tax. dead
HB1711 Minimum city population required to enforce certain ordinance violations. dead
HB1712 Energy performance-based contract; cooperative procurement. signed by governor
HB1713 Nonconfidential court records; secure remote access, date of birth verification. signed by governor
HB1714 Corporate income tax; rate of taxation. dead
HB1715 Virginia Highway Corporation Act of 1988; powers of State Corporation Commission. dead
HB1716 Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Commission; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
HB1717 Individual income tax; subtraction for interest and dividends from Virginia-based corporations. dead
HB1718 Civics Education, Commission on; renamed Commission on Civic Education, extends sunset provision. signed by governor
HB1719 Wireless E-911 Fund; distribution percentages. signed by governor
HB1720 Flag at half staff or mast; public safety personnel. signed by governor
HB1721 Community Colleges, State Board for; reduced rate tuition and mandatory fee charges. passed
HB1722 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. dead
HB1723 Resettlement of refugees; notice to localities, the Sec. of the Commonwealth, and General Assembly. dead
HB1724 Tuition; eligibility for in-state charges for members of Virginia National Guard. dead
HB1725 Driving in the left lane on highways laned for traffic. dead
HB1726 Disarming a law-enforcement officer; penalty. dead
HB1727 State and Local Government Conflict of Interests Act; school boards and school board employees. signed by governor
HB1728 Air transportation services providers; VDH to review rules for use in medical situations. signed by governor
HB1729 Charter; Town of Port Royal. signed by governor
HB1730 Electoral boards, local; description of duties and responsibilities, required affirmation. signed by governor
HB1731 Joint Commission on Administrative Rules; periodic review of exemptions. signed by governor
HB1732 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Virginia Nurses Foundation. signed by governor
HB1733 Removal of public officers from office; recall elections for certain elected and appointed officers. dead
HB1734 Virginia Parole Board; exceptions to the Virginia Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). signed by governor
HB1735 Conditional rezoning proffers; provisions applicable to certain proffers. dead
HB1736 Joint Commission on Health Care; sunset. signed by governor
HB1737 Civilian employees and foreign service officers; personal jurisdiction over a person, domicile, etc. signed by governor
HB1738 Retail sales and use tax; aviation parts, engines, and supplies. signed by governor
HB1739 Civil immunity; emergency services and communications. dead
HB1740 Sanitary districts; creation by board of supervisors. signed by governor
HB1741 Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge; designating as Virginia Route 114 bridge. signed by governor
HB1742 License plates, special; changes fees for plates for certain veterans. dead
HB1743 Alcoholic beverage control; retail on-premises license for nonprofit cinema houses. signed by governor
HB1744 Alcoholic beverage control; disposable containers. signed by governor
HB1745 Restoration of firearms rights; report to State Police. dead
HB1746 Higher educational institutions; possession and administration of epinephrine. signed by governor
HB1747 Advance medical directives; person authorized to provide assistance in completing. signed by governor
HB1748 Charity health care services; liability protection for administrators. signed by governor
HB1749 Accident and sickness insurance rate filings; agent commissions. dead
HB1750 Dispensing of naloxone; patient-specific order not required. signed by governor
HB1751 Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth; mission. signed by governor
HB1752 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority (VEDP); grants and other economic incentives. dead
HB1753 Local government; prohibiting certain practice requiring contractors to provide compensation, etc. vetoed by governor
HB1754 Securities Act; regulation of federal covered securities. signed by governor
HB1755 Step therapy protocols; disclosures. dead
HB1756 Education improvement scholarships tax credit; eligibility requirements. dead
HB1757 School personnel; staffing ratios; school nurses. dead
HB1758 Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk, penalties. dead
HB1759 Redeemable beverage containers. dead
HB1760 Electric utilities; costs of pumped hydroelectricity generation and storage facilities. enacted
HB1761 Regulation of taxicabs. signed by governor
HB1762 Abortion; informed written consent required, civil penalty. dead
HB1763 Special license plates; highway safety. signed by governor
HB1764 Regional school boards; full-time virtual school programs. dead
HB1765 Circuit court; failure to appear in accordance with condition of bail, etc. dead
HB1766 Utility Facilities Act; associated facilities of an electrical transmission line. signed by governor
HB1767 Telemedicine, practice of; prescribing controlled substances. signed by governor
HB1768 Virginia Retirement System; stress testing and reporting policies. signed by governor
HB1769 Malicious bodily injury to or pointing of laser at members of United States Armed Forces. dead
HB1770 Teacher licensure; career and technical education, certain local waivers. enacted
HB1771 Minimum wage. dead
HB1772 Low-income taxpayer tax credit. dead
HB1773 Firearms; criminal history record information check before transfer, penalties. dead
HB1774 Stormwater management; work group to examine ways to improve. signed by governor
HB1775 Persons with developmental disabilities; terminology. signed by governor
HB1776 Hate crimes; adds gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability, penalty. dead
HB1777 Hospitals providing psychiatric services; denials of admission. signed by governor
HB1778 Purchase and transport of firearms; simple assault hate crime. dead
HB1779 Hate crimes; immigration status; penalty. dead
HB1780 Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation; duties of board of trustees. signed by governor
HB1781 Farmers' markets; farm and forest land conversion. signed by governor
HB1782 Corrections, State Board of; membership, powers and duties, review of deaths of inmates. dead
HB1783 Prisoners; mental health screening upon admission to a local correctional facility. dead
HB1784 Forensic discharge planning services; local and regional correctional facilities. signed by governor
HB1785 Emergency vehicles, privately owned volunteer; exemptions and requirements. signed by governor
HB1786 In utero exposure to a controlled substance; departments of social services to collect information. signed by governor
HB1787 Libraries, local and regional; boards not mandatory. signed by governor
HB1788 Incapacitated persons; abuse and neglect, financial exploitation, penalty. dead
HB1789 Emergency vehicles, privately owned volunteer; requirement for flashing lights and sirens. dead
HB1790 Administrative Process Act; development and periodic review of regulations, report. passed
HB1791 Conspiracy, incitement, etc., to riot; penalty when against public safety personnel. passed
HB1792 Firearms; felon sharing residence with person who legally possesses. dead
HB1793 Burn ban; exception for frost or freeze protection of orchard or vineyard. signed by governor
HB1794 Case management system; public accessibility. dead
HB1795 Adoptive and foster care placements; Mutual Family Assessment home study. signed by governor
HB1796 Oyster grounds; dredging projects in Lynnhaven River. signed by governor
HB1797 Proffers; notice of amendment. signed by governor
HB1798 Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV); donation or acquisition of organs infected with virus. signed by governor
HB1799 Controlled substances; use of FDA-approved substance upon publication of final rule, etc. signed by governor
HB1800 Electric utility regulation; third party power purchase agreements. dead
HB1801 Alcoholic beverage control; delivery privileges of persons granted a wine and beer license. signed by governor
HB1802 Companion animals; prohibits tethering of animals outdoors unless owner is outdoors. dead
HB1803 Workers' compensation; disease presumptions, correctional officers. dead
HB1804 Practical design standards for projects. dead
HB1805 School divisions, certain; development of plan to fund and phase in full-day kindergarten. dead
HB1806 Income tax subtractions and credits for investments in technology businesses. dead
HB1807 Teacher grievance procedures; hearing, three-member fact-finding panel. dead
HB1808 Virginia Public Procurement Act; use of best value contracting. dead
HB1809 Computer crimes; penalties. dead
HB1810 Retail Sales and Use Tax; online access to certain information. signed by governor
HB1811 Unlawful detainer; initial hearings on a summons, etc. signed by governor
HB1812 Presentence reports; access by work release programs. dead
HB1813 Health insurance; assignment of benefits. dead
HB1814 Worker retraining and telework expenses; extends sunset date for tax credits. signed by governor
HB1815 Computer trespass; government computers and computers used for public utilities, penalty. signed by governor
HB1816 Demurrers; amended pleadings. signed by governor
HB1817 Consumer finance loans; rate of interest. dead
HB1818 Absentee voting; entitles persons age 65 or older on date of an election to vote absentee. dead
HB1819 Absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person. dead
HB1820 Real property tax; board of equalization members in certain counties. signed by governor
HB1821 Regulatory Management, Division of; created within Department of Planning and Budget, report. dead
HB1822 Place of worship; carrying dangerous weapon personal protection. dead
HB1823 Property tax exemptions in Frederick County. dead
HB1824 DPOR; deregulation of interior designers. dead
HB1825 Ticket Resale Rights Act; limitations on reselling tickets on Internet ticketing platform, penalty. signed by governor
HB1826 Motor vehicles; proof of financial responsibility. dead
HB1827 Motor vehicle liability insurance; proof in electronic form. dead
HB1828 School attendance officer; powers and duties. dead
HB1829 Teacher licensure; certification or training in emergency first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation. passed
HB1830 Artificial intelligence industry tax deductions. dead
HB1831 Prioritization of statewide transportation projects; exceptions. dead
HB1832 Negotiable instruments; statute of limitations. signed by governor
HB1833 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; conservation officers. dead
HB1834 Distracted driving; penalty. dead
HB1835 Decedent's life insurance policy; funeral service provider allowed to request, etc. signed by governor
HB1836 Spotsylvania Parkway; VDOT to maintain a certain segment beginning in 2020. passed
HB1837 Private certified preschool or nursery school programs; licensure exemptions. signed by governor
HB1838 Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credits; process of allocating credits. signed by governor
HB1839 School principals; incident reports. dead
HB1840 Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV); confidentiality of tests, release of information. signed by governor
HB1841 Virginia Veteran Entrepreneurship Grant Program and Fund. dead
HB1842 Alcoholic beverage control; neutral grain spirits or alcohol sold at government stores. signed by governor
HB1843 Principals; student discipline, alternatives to referring incidents. dead
HB1844 Supreme Court of Virginia; Executive Secretary to maintain case information system. dead
HB1845 Model addiction recovery program; DCJS, et al., to develop. signed by governor
HB1846 Death certificates; filing. passed
HB1847 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Compact of 1966; amendments, effective clause. dead
HB1848 Comprehensive community colleges; tuition grants and fees for certain individuals. signed by governor
HB1849 Concealed handgun permit; permit requirements. signed by governor
HB1850 Commercial vehicles; harmonizes penalties for driving under the influence (DUI) and commercial DUI. dead
HB1851 Assault and battery against a family or household member; deferred disposition, waiver of appeal. passed
HB1852 Concealed handguns; protective orders. passed
HB1853 Victims of domestic violence, etc.; firearms safety or training course. passed
HB1854 Conflicts of Interests Acts, State & Local Government & General Assembly, lobbyist; filing. passed
HB1855 Court-ordered restitution; form order, enforcement, noncompliance, etc. passed
HB1856 Restitution; supervised probation. passed
HB1857 Tuition, in-state; eligibility, certain individuals who have applied for permanent residency, etc. dead
HB1858 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; certification of certain businesses. signed by governor
HB1859 Nonfederally managed hazardous sites; DEQ to publish and update annually. dead
HB1860 Aboveground storage tanks; State Water Control Board to regulate, civil and criminal penalties. dead
HB1861 Product safety; flame retardants, penalty. dead
HB1862 Driver's license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. dead
HB1863 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families and VIEW; hardship exception. dead
HB1864 Firearms; access by children; penalty. dead
HB1865 Firearms; transfer, criminal history record check delay. dead
HB1866 Issuance of temporary licenses, permits, or special identification cards; requirements. dead
HB1867 Virginia Housing Trust Fund; revenue deposits. dead
HB1868 Child labor; tobacco farms. dead
HB1869 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; tenant obligations. signed by governor
HB1870 Deleterious substances; discharge into state waters. dead
HB1871 Administrative Process Act; review of regulations by Joint Commission on Administrative Rules. dead
HB1872 State employee health insurance plan; coverage for vision therapy. dead
HB1873 Children from birth to age five who are deaf, deaf-blind, or hard-of-hearing; parent resource. dead
HB1874 Search warrants; customer records from financial institutions. signed by governor
HB1875 Waterfowl blinds; reduces distance of floating blinds from stationary blinds. dead
HB1876 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; public access to library records of minors. signed by governor
HB1877 Tethering of dogs; local ordinances. dead
HB1878 Suspension of license; person legally adjudged incompetent. signed by governor
HB1879 Concealed handgun permit; disqualification, driving illegally after consumption of alcohol. dead
HB1880 Virginia Public Procurement Act; competitive negotiation for professional services. dead
HB1881 Virginia Highway Corporation Act of 1988; toll rate approval by State Corporation Commission. dead
HB1882 Capital cases; replacing certain terminology. signed by governor
HB1883 Occupational safety and health laws; increases maximum amount of civil penalties. signed by governor
HB1884 Real property tax; exemption for certain surviving spouses. enacted
HB1885 Opioids; limit on amount prescribed, extends sunset provision. enacted
HB1886 Higher educational institutions, public; admission of certain undergraduate students. incorporated
HB1887 Higher educational institutions; tuition assistance for non-Virginia students. incorporated
HB1888 Wireless telecommunications devices; use by persons driving school buses. signed by governor
HB1889 License taxes, local; exemption for certain defense production businesses. signed by governor
HB1890 Sales and use tax; collection of taxes from consuming contractors. signed by governor
HB1891 Geothermal heat pump property expenditure; establishes a tax credit for taxable years 2017-2021. dead
HB1892 Higher educational institutions, public; independent audit. dead
HB1893 Youth-controlled online businesses; registered office. dead
HB1894 DCJS training standards; community engaged policing. dead
HB1895 Virginia Student Loan Refinancing Authority; established, refinancing loan guaranty program. dead
HB1896 Victim and witness assistance programs; DCJS to develop guidelines. dead
HB1897 Aquaculture; protection of use in an agricultural zone. dead
HB1898 Controlled substances; limits on prescription containing opioids. dead
HB1899 Conditional zoning proffers; affordable dwelling units. dead
HB1900 Dogs; running at large on another landowner's property, penalty. passed committee
HB1901 Alcoholic beverage control; tied house exception. dead
HB1902 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995, et al.; affected local jurisdictions and public entities. dead
HB1903 Business records; admissibility in criminal proceedings. signed by governor
HB1904 Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements. dead
HB1905 All-electronic toll facilities; evidence provided for unpaid tolls, penalty. dead
HB1906 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple marijuana possession. dead
HB1907 School security officers; authorized to carry a firearm. dead
HB1908 Police and court records; expungement of records. dead
HB1909 Real property tax; nonjudicial sale of tax delinquent property. signed by governor
HB1910 Definition of mental health service provider. signed by governor
HB1911 Higher educational institutions, public; resident assistants training in mental health. signed by governor
HB1912 Absentee voting; eligibility of persons granted protective order. signed by governor
HB1913 Cigarettes; purchase for resale, issuance of a cigarette exemption certificate, penalties. signed by governor
HB1914 School board members; criminal background checks. dead
HB1915 Student loan servicers; student loan ombudsman. dead
HB1916 Virginia Student Loan Authority; established, report. dead
HB1917 Coalfield region energy production; establishes a tax credit for taxable years 2017 through 2021. dead
HB1918 Acute psychiatric patient registry; DBHDS to develop and administer. dead
HB1919 Assisted living facilities; cap on civil penalties. signed by governor
HB1920 Property transportation network companies; required to provide motor vehicle liability coverage. dead
HB1921 Battery; expands penalty when against health care provider. signed by governor
HB1922 Financial exploitation of adults; reporting to local law enforcement and State Police. signed by governor
HB1923 Virtual Virginia; availability to all public middle and high schools. dead
HB1924 Public schools; suspensions. signed by governor
HB1925 Local cigarette tax. dead
HB1926 ABC; definition of municipal golf course, food sales exemptions. signed by governor
HB1927 'Song of the Mountains'; designating as state television series. signed by governor
HB1928 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses, penalty. dead
HB1929 Public-Private Transportation Act; comprehensive agreement. signed by governor
HB1930 Overdoses; safe reporting. dead
HB1931 Fare enforcement inspectors; enforcement of payment of fares for use of mass transit facilities. signed by governor
HB1932 Virginia Freedom of Information (FOIA) Advisory Council; terms of nonlegislative citizen members. signed by governor
HB1933 Candidate withdrawal; notice of withdrawal, information to voters. signed by governor
HB1934 Police service; civil penalty when excessive number of calls from same property. dead
HB1935 Absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person available 21 days prior to election. dead
HB1936 Derelict and blighted buildings; land banks, receivership. signed by governor
HB1937 Professions and occupations; active supervision of regulatory boards. dead
HB1938 Slingbow hunting; authorizes use to hunt small and big game. signed by governor
HB1939 Hunting apparel; blaze pink. signed by governor
HB1940 Virginia Public Procurement Act; selection of pre-release and post-commitment services. signed by governor
HB1941 Immunity of persons; statements regarding matters of public concern communicated to a third party. signed by governor
HB1942 Fostering Futures program; individual participating in program subject to a background check. signed by governor
HB1943 Administrative Process Act; economic impact analysis of proposed regulations. signed by governor
HB1944 Administrative Process Act; certain regulations for licensed providers by DMAS and DBHDS. signed by governor
HB1945 Adult exploitation; broadens definition for purposes of social services laws. signed by governor
HB1946 State Long-Term Care Ombudsman, Office of the; amends provisions related to Office. signed by governor
HB1947 Guardians; temporary delegation of powers regarding an incapacitated person. dead
HB1948 Substance abuse treatment upon conviction of a crime; recovery community organization. dead
HB1949 Initial licensure fee waiver for certain teachers. dead
HB1950 Cigarette tax, local; refund of returned tax stamps. signed by governor
HB1951 Criminal Justice Services Board and its Committee on Training; citizen membership. signed by governor
HB1952 Proposed acquisitions of real property; review by Department of General Services. signed by governor
HB1953 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification. dead
HB1954 Farm products; crime to maliciously damage of destroy. dead
HB1955 Voter registration records; deadline extension. dead
HB1956 Prescription drug order; requirements for shipping Schedule VI controlled substances. dead
HB1957 Guardians ad litem; standards for those appointed in custody and visitation cases. dead
HB1958 Chesterfield County; amending charter, corrects or repeals outdated provisions, technical amendment. signed by governor
HB1959 Student internships; tax credit to an employer for each intern hired. dead
HB1960 Tow truck drivers and towing and recovery operators; civil penalty for improper towing. passed
HB1961 License tax, local; methodology for deducting certain gross receipts. signed by governor
HB1962 Education improvement scholarships; increases tax credit. dead
HB1963 Education improvement scholarships tax credit; pre-kindergarten eligibility. dead
HB1964 Coastal Protection and Flooding Adaptation, Secretary for; creates position. dead
HB1965 Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; Expected Family Contribution. signed by governor
HB1966 Education improvement scholarships tax credit; eligibility & benefits for certain students. dead
HB1967 Virginia Retirement System; modifies hybrid retirement program. dead
HB1968 Small Business Investment Grant Fund; changes to Fund. signed by governor
HB1969 Small Business Jobs Grant Fund Program; reduces minimum percentage of revenues. signed by governor
HB1970 Economic revitalization zones; counties may establish by ordinance. signed by governor
HB1971 FOIA; record and meeting exclusions for multidisciplinary child abuse teams. signed by governor
HB1972 Closure of the Southwestern Virginia Training Center and the Southeastern Virginia Training Center. dead
HB1973 Economic Development Access Program; bonded projects. signed by governor
HB1974 Clean Power Plan; state implementation plan; General Assembly approval. passed senate
HB1975 Temporary detention; minimum time period. dead
HB1976 Inoperable vehicles; James City County authorized to prohibit any person from keeping, etc. dead
HB1977 Williamsburg, City of; amending charter, expands membership on redevelopment and housing authority. signed by governor
HB1978 Profane swearing in public. dead
HB1979 Contractors, Board of; exemptions, responsibility for contracting with unlicensed person. signed by governor
HB1980 Virginia Employment Commission; jobs reports. dead
HB1981 School Divisions of Innovation; definition, regulatory provisions. signed by governor
HB1982 Graduation requirements; verified units of credit, satisfactory score on the PSAT examination. signed by governor
HB1983 School calendar; opening day of school year. dead
HB1984 Limited Liability Company Protected Series Act; establishment of protected series. dead
HB1985 Health benefit plans; sale by authorized foreign health insurers. dead
HB1986 Computer trespass; penalty. dead
HB1987 Alcoholic beverage control; new license for certain commercial lifestyle centers. signed by governor
HB1988 Outdoor lighting fixtures; use of light-emitting diodes (LEDs). dead
HB1989 Excusable or justifiable self-defense; costs and attorney fees in civil or criminal cases. dead
HB1990 Concealed handgun permits; age requirement for persons on active military duty. dead
HB1991 Local composite index; supplemental basic aid payments. dead
HB1992 Lien priority; inserts 'real estate' in several places related to priority of tax liens. signed by governor
HB1993 Interstate pipeline construction; Department of Transportation oversight. signed by governor
HB1994 Zoning Appeals, Board of; clarifies provisions referring to appeal costs, includes governing body. signed by governor
HB1995 Health insurance; coverage for autism spectrum disorder. dead
HB1996 Incompetent defendants; psychiatric treatment. signed by governor
HB1997 Warrantless arrest for misdemeanor; transportation to crisis stabilization unit. dead
HB1998 Secure and Resilient Commonwealth Panel; revises membership, duties, report. signed by governor
HB1999 Immigrant Assistance, Office of; created in Department of Social Services. dead
HB2000 Sanctuary policies; prohibited. passed
HB2001 Higher educational institutions; immigration enforcement. dead
HB2002 Refugee and immigrant resettlements; reports to Department of Social Services. vetoed by governor
HB2003 Local government revenues and expenditures; reports to Auditor of Public Accounts. signed by governor
HB2004 Higher educational institutions, public; annual executive summary. dead
HB2005 Leaving vehicles unattended and running; prohibition. dead
HB2006 Va. Fair Housing Law; responsibilities with respect to use of an assistance animal in a dwelling. signed by governor
HB2007 Students who receive home instruction; dual enrollment courses. dead
HB2008 Stormwater; erosion and sediment control, 10,000 square foot minimum disturbance. dead
HB2009 Stormwater and erosion management; administration of program by certified third party. signed by governor
HB2010 Virginia Lottery; regulations of sale of lottery tickets over Internet. dead
HB2011 Discrimination; separation of the sexes. dead
HB2012 Stormwater; failed best management practice. dead
HB2013 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; board of directors, qualifications. dead
HB2014 Standards of quality; biennial review by Board of Education. passed
HB2015 DRIVE SMART Virginia Education Fund; created. signed by governor
HB2016 Electric personal delivery devices; operation on sidewalks and shared-use paths. passed
HB2017 Virginia Public Procurement Act; bid, performance, and payment bonds, waiver by localities. passed
HB2018 Virginia Alternative Energy and Coastal Protection Act; established, report. dead
HB2019 Transportation network company partner; vehicle registration repeal. signed by governor
HB2020 Temporary driver's licenses, permits, or special identification cards; requirements for issuance. dead
HB2021 Norfolk Southern Railway right-of-way; public transit or multimodal transportation projects. dead
HB2022 Transportation, Department of; traffic incident response and management. signed by governor
HB2023 Highway maintenance payments; bicycle lanes. signed by governor
HB2024 Condemnation powers and proceedings; notice to owner or tenant. signed by governor
HB2025 Religious freedom; solemnization of marriage. vetoed by governor
HB2026 Property and bulk property carriers; regulation, combines authorities. passed
HB2027 Adoption fees and expenses, certain; creates income tax deduction and credit. dead
HB2028 Industrial hemp; removes all restrictions on production, including licensing and regulations. dead
HB2029 Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of licensed distillers appointed as agents of ABC Board. signed by governor
HB2030 Food products; sale at farmers market, farm, or home. dead
HB2031 School calendar; opening day of the school year. dead
HB2032 Filing and application fees for transportation network companies. signed by governor
HB2033 Landlord and tenant law; residential tenancies, landlord and tenant obligations and remedies. signed by governor
HB2034 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; adds two new disclosures. signed by governor
HB2035 Electronic filing of land records; fee for paper filing. signed by governor
HB2036 Tow truck drivers; exempts registration with DCJS, exceptions. dead
HB2037 Health insurance; calculation of cost-sharing provisions. signed by governor
HB2038 Recordation tax; refinancing deeds of trust. dead
HB2039 Child pornography; discretionary sentencing guideline midpoints for possession. dead
HB2040 Postsecondary schools; enrollment agreement with each student. signed by governor
HB2041 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Scholarship Pilot Program; DSS to establish and administer. dead
HB2042 Suicide prevention; continuing education requirements for providers. dead
HB2043 Law-enforcement officer; public release of identifying information, etc. dead
HB2044 Protective orders; possession of firearms, felony. dead
HB2045 Property Owners' Association Act; designation of authorized representative by seller. signed by governor
HB2046 Unused dispensed drugs; guidelines for provision of counseling and information on proper disposal. signed by governor
HB2047 Review of existing contracts; security of government information, including citizen data, report. dead
HB2048 Child support and fines; nonpayment, suspension of driver's license. dead
HB2049 Driver's license; suspension of license for nonpayment of fines and court costs. dead
HB2050 Tenancy; severance by the entireties by written instrument. signed by governor
HB2051 Marijuana offenses; driver's license forfeiture. signed by governor
HB2052 School boards; additional funding for qualified instructional and support personnel. dead
HB2053 Direct primary care agreements; the Commonwealth's insurance laws do not apply. passed
HB2054 High school graduation and dropout data; formula, on-time graduation. dead
HB2055 Rural Coastal Virginia Community Enhancement Authority; created, report. signed by governor
HB2056 Vapor products; imposition of state tax on products, including electronic cigarettes. dead
HB2057 Discrimination; prohibited in private or public employment. dead
HB2058 Sales and use tax; nexus for out-of-state businesses. signed by governor
HB2059 Drug Treatment Court Act; eligibility. dead
HB2060 Birth control; definition. dead
HB2061 Adult protective services; statistics regarding reports of adult abuse, neglect, or exploitation. dead
HB2062 Law-enforcement officer; definition, municipal park rangers training. dead
HB2063 Pretrial appeal; expands appeal by an attorney for the Commonwealth. dead
HB2064 Assault and battery against a family or household member; eligibility for first offender status. signed by governor
HB2065 Sexual battery; surprise, penalty. dead
HB2066 National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact of 1998; criminal history record information. signed by governor
HB2067 Law-enforcement officers; decertification, notification. signed by governor
HB2068 Absentee voting; eligibility of persons with disabilities and persons age 65 or older. dead
HB2069 Election district boundaries, local; adjustment subsequent to decennial redistricting. dead
HB2070 Additional powers of certain counties. dead
HB2071 Juvenile records; expungement for certain felony larceny offenses. dead
HB2072 Nursing home family councils; rights of family members. signed by governor
HB2073 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; adds certain fraud crimes. dead
HB2074 Income tax, state and corporate; subtraction for Virginia venture capital account investment. signed by governor
HB2075 Commercial driver's license; instruction in comprehensive community colleges. signed by governor
HB2076 State Water Control Board; stormwater management programs, regulations, professional license. signed by governor
HB2077 Emergency Services and Disaster Law of 2000; reference to firearms, emergency shelter. vetoed by governor
HB2078 Alcoholic beverage control; annual mixed beverage performing arts facility license. signed by governor
HB2079 Firearms; selling, bartering, etc., to persons not lawfully present in United States, penalty. dead
HB2080 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; eligible employees. dead
HB2081 General Services, Department of; central electronic procurement website. dead
HB2082 Standards of quality; biennial review by Board of Education. dead
HB2083 Restitution; modification of terms and conditions of payment plan. dead
HB2084 Search warrants; person subject to arrest. signed by governor
HB2085 Petition for writ of actual innocence. dead
HB2086 Writ of actual innocence; basis on nonbiological evidence, untested evidence. dead
HB2087 Sentencing guidelines; written explanation. dead
HB2088 Voter registration at the Department of Motor Vehicles; opt-out voter registration. dead
HB2089 School boards, local; lead testing of potable water in schools. dead
HB2090 Charitable solicitations; registration statement to include percentage of contributions. signed by governor
HB2091 Elections; early voting. dead
HB2092 Application for public assistance; eligibility, review of records. passed
HB2093 Local Government, Commission on; estimated fiscal impact on a locality of relocated refugees. dead
HB2094 Localities; regulation of firearms in government buildings. dead
HB2095 Registration of peer recovery specialists and qualified mental health professionals. signed by governor
HB2096 Virginia Industries for the Blind; exempted from certain procurements. signed by governor
HB2097 HIV or hepatitis B or C virus; testing for infection, order of magistrate. dead
HB2098 Firearms, certain; possession by minors, parental permission, penalty. dead
HB2099 Officer-involved shootings; model policy for investigations, disclosure of report. dead
HB2100 Deputy sheriffs and law-enforcement officers; disclosure of information regarding former officers. dead
HB2101 Health care providers; data collection. passed
HB2102 Insurance regulation; corporate governance annual disclosures. signed by governor
HB2103 Health insurance; benefit exchange. dead
HB2104 Machinery and tools tax; valuation, appeal of certain local taxes. dead
HB2105 Investment of Public Funds Act; investment of funds in Virginia Investment Pool Trust Fund. passed
HB2106 Workforce Development, Virginia Board of; revises composition of Board. signed by governor
HB2107 Health Insurance Reform Commission; assessment sent to Bureau of Insurance. signed by governor
HB2108 Virginia Wireless Services Authority Act; rates and charges. signed by governor
HB2109 Persons with disabilities; expands definition of 'service dog.' dead
HB2110 State Corporation Commission; business entity fees. dead
HB2111 State Corporation Commission; charges for copies. signed by governor
HB2112 Electric utilities; community renewable projects. dead
HB2113 Breach of payroll data; notification requirement. signed by governor
HB2114 Motion picture production tax credit; digital interactive media production. dead
HB2115 General Assembly; Department of Planning and Budget to prepare fiscal impact statements. dead
HB2116 Dogs and cats; regulation of sale. dead
HB2117 Law-enforcement agencies, local; body-worn cameras. dead
HB2118 Officer-involved deaths; community-policing programs and training standards. dead
HB2119 Laser hair removal; limits practice. signed by governor
HB2120 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; membership composition. dead
HB2121 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; use of certain revenues by localities. dead
HB2122 Virginia Public Procurement Act; cooperative procurement for construction projects. dead
HB2123 Vienna, Town of; conservation and replacement of trees. dead
HB2124 Eminent domain; just compensation for entry onto property. dead
HB2125 Drug treatment courts; Counties of Clarke, Frederick, and Loudoun. dead
HB2126 Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program; established. dead
HB2127 Victims of sexual assault; rights of victims, physical evidence recovery kits. signed by governor
HB2128 Custody and visitation agreements; best interests of the child. dead
HB2129 Virginia Human Rights Act; prohibits discrimination in employment. dead
HB2130 Motor vehicles; motor fuel sales tax in certain transportation districts. dead
HB2131 Libraries; assessment for costs in civil actions, disbursement for law libraries. dead
HB2132 Towing advisory board, local; membership. dead
HB2133 Recount procedures; initial audit of ballot scanner machines. dead
HB2134 Law-enforcement agencies, local; body-worn cameras. dead
HB2135 Medical marijuana; written certification. dead
HB2136 Washington Metrorail Safety Commission Interstate Compact; Va. authorized to become a signatory. signed by governor
HB2137 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; regional transportation plan. signed by governor
HB2138 Transportation planning, state and local; adoption of comprehensive plan in Northern Virginia. signed by governor
HB2139 Highways, Commissioner of; annual report requirements. signed by governor
HB2140 Teachers turnover; exit questionnaire. signed by governor
HB2141 Public education; Board of Education to report on condition and needs. signed by governor
HB2142 High school graduation; delays by one year implementation of redesigned requirements. stricken
HB2143 FOIA; training approved by Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council, online courses offered. signed by governor
HB2144 Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council; increases membership, effect of missing meetings. signed by governor
HB2145 DPOR; regulation of land surveyor photogrammetrists. dead
HB2146 Freedom of Information Advisory Council; online public comment form. signed by governor
HB2147 Virginia Service Members Civil Relief Act; supplements protections afforded under federal Act. dead
HB2148 Veterans Services Foundation; powers and duties, appointment of Executive Director, report. signed by governor
HB2149 Aircraft; defines 'unmanned aircraft' and requires aircraft to be registered with Dept. of Aviation. passed
HB2150 Land preservation tax credit; per taxpayer limitation. dead
HB2151 Virginia Resources Authority. signed by governor
HB2152 Charter; City of Hopewell; water renewal commission. signed by governor
HB2153 Durable Do Not Resuscitate Orders; reciprocity. signed by governor
HB2154 Running bamboo; locality may, by ordinance, provide for control, civil penalty. signed by governor
HB2155 Workers' compensation; modifications to employee's home and automobile. dead
HB2156 Child welfare agencies; licensure for agencies operated by the Commonwealth. signed by governor
HB2157 Family abuse protective order; third or subsequent violation of order. dead
HB2158 Dumping trash; increases penalty. dead
HB2159 Litter; adds cigarette or cigar butts to definition. dead
HB2160 Virginia Interim Redistricting Commission; criteria for remedial redistricting plans. dead
HB2161 Opioids; workgroup to establish guidelines for prescribing. signed by governor
HB2162 Substance-exposed infants; study of barriers to treatment in Commonwealth. signed by governor
HB2163 Buprenorphine without naloxone; prescription limitation. passed
HB2164 Drugs of concern; drug of concern. signed by governor
HB2165 Opiate prescriptions; electronic prescriptions. signed by governor
HB2166 Controlled substances; possession, penalty. dead
HB2167 Opioids and buprenorphine; Boards of Dentistry and Medicine to adopt regulations for prescribing. signed by governor
HB2168 Virginia Coal Train Heritage Authority; established. passed
HB2169 Gas severance tax. signed by governor
HB2170 Virginia Public Procurement Act; utilization of cooperative procure for construction. dead
HB2171 Higher educational institutions, public; use of investment fund earnings. signed by governor
HB2172 Southern Virginia Higher Education Center; members of board of trustees, powers and duties. signed by governor
HB2173 Science laboratory classes; establishes a maximum class size of 24 students in grades 6 through 12. dead
HB2174 School boards; annual report on pupil/teacher ratios in elementary, middle, etc., school classrooms. signed by governor
HB2175 Income tax, state; subtraction for military veterans with a service-connected disability. dead
HB2176 Charitable gaming; conduct of instant games, etc., number of sessions. dead
HB2177 Administrative Process Act; exemption for Charitable Gaming Board. signed by governor
HB2178 FOIA; proprietary records and trade secrets, charitable gaming supplies. signed by governor
HB2179 Form of ballot; order of independent candidates, required paperwork. signed by governor
HB2180 Absentee voting; eligibility of certain persons. dead
HB2181 Food stamps; eligibility to receive benefits if convicted of drug-related felonies. dead
HB2182 Voter registration at the Department of Motor Vehicles; opt-out voter registration. dead
HB2183 Medicaid; eligibility of incarcerated individuals. signed by governor
HB2184 Inmates; inpatient psychiatric hospital admission. signed by governor
HB2185 Alcoholic beverage control; granting of mixed beverage licenses to Meadows Golf and Swim Club, etc. signed by governor
HB2186 Whole Woman's Health Act; performance of abortions. dead
HB2187 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks required, penalty. dead
HB2188 Firearms; civil liability for sale or transfer without a background check. dead
HB2189 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for feminine hygiene products. dead
HB2190 Wage or salary history; inquiries prohibited, civil penalty. dead
HB2191 School boards; procedures for handling sexually explicit instructional materials, etc. vetoed by governor
HB2192 Courthouses; relocation or expansion of courthouse to another location within city. dead
HB2193 Personal property tax; business property. signed by governor
HB2194 Noxious weeds; golden bamboo. dead
HB2195 School attendance officer; powers and duties. dead
HB2196 Wireless communications infrastructure; procedure for approved by localities. dead
HB2197 Unmanned aircraft systems; creates a civil cause of action for invasion of privacy, etc. dead
HB2198 Coal tax; limits aggregate amount of credits that may be allocated or claimed for employment, etc. vetoed by governor
HB2199 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; Chief Executive Officer, powers and duties. dead
HB2200 Coal Surface Mining Reclamation Fund; assessment of reclamation tax revenues. signed by governor
HB2201 Failure to drive on right side of highways or observe traffic lanes; increases penalties. passed
HB2202 Employment; abusive work environment. dead
HB2203 Uniform Statewide Building Code; notice to residents of code violations. signed by governor
HB2204 My Virginia Plan Program; created, retirement plans for employees of private employers. dead
HB2205 Students with blindness or visual impairments; changes to certain provisions. dead
HB2206 Virginia Veteran and Family Support program; established, report. signed by governor
HB2207 Food stamp program; requests for replacement of electronic benefit transfer card. passed
HB2208 Food stamp program; electronic benefit transfer (EBT) card. dead
HB2209 Emergency Department Care Coordination Program; established. signed by governor
HB2210 Employment; break to express breast milk. dead
HB2211 Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Fund; investments of assets. dead
HB2212 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty. dead
HB2213 TANF; time limit on receipt of financial assistance. dead
HB2214 Transportation, Department of, and University of Virginia; use agreement. signed by governor
HB2215 Adoption assistance; children with special needs. signed by governor
HB2216 Putative Father Registry; changes name to Virginia Birth Father Registry. signed by governor
HB2217 Address confidentiality program; victims of sexual violence and human trafficking. signed by governor
HB2218 Public charter school applications and charter agreements; review by the Board of Education. signed by governor
HB2219 Real property tax; Stafford County allowed, by ordinance, to restrict deferral of taxes. signed by governor
HB2220 Alcoholic beverage control; creates a new limited mixed beverage license for retail cigar shops. dead
HB2221 Professional and Occupational Licensing Requirements, Joint Subcommittee to Evaluate; created. dead
HB2222 Alcoholic beverage control; creates a new limited mixed beverage license for retail cigar shops. dead
HB2223 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; right to speak at open meetings. dead
HB2224 Parole Board; creates Parole Qualifications Committee to receive and review applications. dead
HB2225 Hospital data reporting; charity care policies and other activities, clarifies definition. incorporated
HB2226 Income tax, state; reduces top marginal individual tax rate. dead
HB2227 Certificate of public need; denial of certain certificates. dead
HB2228 Aerospace Advisory Council; reorganizes as Advisory Committee on Aerospace. dead
HB2229 Electronic credentials; creates standards for DMV in issuing, reviewing, etc., report. signed by governor
HB2230 Stock corporations; shareholders' meetings. signed by governor
HB2231 Ignition interlock system; period of time which person is prohibited to drive, etc. signed by governor
HB2232 Child day programs; exemptions from licensure. dead
HB2233 Health benefits; sale of plans offered by foreign health insurers. dead
HB2234 Concealed handgun permits; fee for processing. dead
HB2235 Motorcyclists or autocyclists; removes requirement to wear protective helmets. dead
HB2236 Sanctuary policies; enforcement of federal immigration laws dead
HB2237 State Inspector General, Office of the; 'state agency' includes any local dept. of social services. signed by governor
HB2238 DUI manslaughter; ignition interlock. dead
HB2239 Farm use vehicles, certain; registration exemption, highway distance limitations. signed by governor
HB2240 Victims of crime; right to nondisclosure of certain information. signed by governor
HB2241 Transportation planning activities; responsibility of Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment. signed by governor
HB2242 DPOR; regulatory boards within the Department, expiration of regulations. dead
HB2243 Line of Duty Act; clarifies provisions of Act. signed by governor
HB2244 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; changes name of Advisory Committee. signed by governor
HB2245 Virginia Research Investment Committee; expands role of Committee. passed
HB2246 Virginia Tax Amnesty Program; established. signed by governor
HB2247 Va. Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority; eligibility of employees for Workforce Transition Act. signed by governor
HB2248 Capital outlay plan; revises six-year plan for projects. signed by governor
HB2249 Virginia State University; revenue-producing capital project. signed by governor
HB2250 Commonwealth of Virginia Institutions of Higher Education Bond Act of 2017; created. signed by governor
HB2251 Virginia Retirement System; establishes an optional defined contribution retirement plan. passed senate
HB2252 Illegal voter registration; penalties. dead
HB2253 Use or display of firearm in committing felony; penalty. dead
HB2254 Tobacco Board; composition, increases excise tax on bright flue-cured & type 21 dark-fired tobaccos. signed by governor
HB2255 Bear hunting; youth resident license. signed by governor
HB2256 Street gang; third or subsequent conviction of crimes, penalty. dead
HB2257 High school family life education curricula; effective and evidence-based programs on consent. signed by governor
HB2258 Suicide; task force to raise public awareness, etc. signed by governor
HB2259 Child day programs; certain programs exempted from licensure. dead
HB2260 Higher educational institutions, baccalaureate public; to employ a full-time ombudsmen. dead
HB2261 Virginia Human Rights Act; unlawful discriminatory practice, definition of anti-Semitism. dead
HB2262 Online Virginia Network Authority; established, membership, report. signed by governor
HB2263 Concealed handgun permits; age requirement for persons on active military duty. dead
HB2264 Department of Health; restrictions on expenditure of funds related to abortions and family planning. vetoed by governor
HB2265 Concealed handgun; eligibility to carry openly within Commonwealth. dead
HB2266 Retail establishments and restaurants; posting of signs relating to firearms policy. dead
HB2267 Health benefit plans; coverage for hormonal contraceptives. signed by governor
HB2268 Ignition interlock violations; venue for prosecution of any offense. dead
HB2269 Motor vehicle safety inspection; Superintendent shall provide information upon written request. signed by governor
HB2270 Spousal liability for emergency medical care; property held as tenants by the entireties. dead
HB2271 Custodial rights of person who committed sexual assault; clear and convincing standard. dead
HB2272 Compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulb recycling; local ordinances, civil penalties. dead
HB2273 Blind parents; custody or visitation rights. dead
HB2274 Condominium Act; resale by purchaser, designation of authorized representative. signed by governor
HB2275 Absentee voting; eligibility of persons age 65 or older. dead
HB2276 Death certificate; amendments other than correction of information. signed by governor
HB2277 Licensure of doctors of medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, and podiatry; requirements. signed by governor
HB2278 Cooperative Marketing Fund; programs eligible for matching grant funds. signed by governor
HB2279 Child-protective services; complaints involving members of the United States Armed Forces. signed by governor
HB2280 Voter referendum; independent redistricting commission. dead
HB2281 Residential rental property; foreclosure shall act as a termination of rental agreement by landlord. signed by governor
HB2282 Children, trafficking of; guidelines for training school counselors, etc. signed by governor
HB2283 Wages; cause of action against an employer for nonpayment. dead
HB2284 Charitable gaming; subpoena powers of Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, penalty. dead
HB2285 Gubernatorial appointments to boards; membership and terms. signed by governor
HB2286 Abortion; informed written consent. dead
HB2287 Juvenile Justice, Department of; confidentiality of records. signed by governor
HB2288 Computer trespass; computer invasion of privacy, penalty, civil relief. dead
HB2289 Divorce or dissolution of marriage; award of life insurance. passed
HB2290 Driver education programs; instruction concerning traffic stops. signed by governor
HB2291 Electric utilities; costs of modifications to nuclear generation facilities. signed by governor
HB2292 Judicial training; law related to rights of persons of legitimate interest in custody. dead
HB2293 Person with a legitimate interest; visitation. dead
HB2294 Health insurance; credits for retired school division employees. dead
HB2295 Virginia Human Rights Act; pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions; causes of action. dead
HB2296 African Americans, formerly enslaved; identification of history in Virginia. signed by governor
HB2297 Oyster planting grounds; Marine Resources Commission to post. passed
HB2298 Riparian planting grounds lease; eligibility. dead
HB2299 Comprehensive community colleges; tuition grants and fees for certain individuals. dead
HB2300 Health, Department of; frequency of inspections. signed by governor
HB2301 Nurses, licensed practical; administration of vaccinations. signed by governor
HB2302 Veterans Services, Board of; membership, duties. signed by governor
HB2303 Small agricultural generators; establishes parameters of a program. signed by governor
HB2304 Long-term care; requirements of Department of Medical Assistance Services. signed by governor
HB2305 SHHR; certain waivers under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. dead
HB2306 Arlington County School Board; maximum salary of members. signed by governor
HB2307 Cover sheet for deed; property subject to the Property Owners' Association Act. dead
HB2308 Concealed handgun; retired conservation officers may carry. signed by governor
HB2309 Minimum wage; increases wage to $11 per hour effective July 1, 2017. dead
HB2310 Consumer finance companies; SCC authorized to license out-of-state companies, etc. dead
HB2311 Nutrient Offset Fund; sale of credits. signed by governor
HB2312 Industrial development authorities; issuance of bonds to finance local tax preferences. dead
HB2313 Courthouses; county removal. signed by governor
HB2314 Virginia Personnel Act; equal pay for equal work, policy of the Commonwealth. dead
HB2315 Instant runoff voting; provided in elections for statewide offices. dead
HB2316 Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission; meetings by teleconference. dead
HB2317 Harm reduction programs; public health emergency, etc. signed by governor
HB2318 Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; removes certain conditions. signed by governor
HB2319 National Flood Insurance Program; participation by affected localities, report. signed by governor
HB2320 Hurricane and Flooding Risk Reduction Act of 2017; established. dead
HB2321 Restricted ammunition; use or attempted use in the commission of a felony, penalty. dead
HB2322 Criminal Justice Services Board; citizen membership. dead
HB2323 Public employment; inquiries by state agencies and localities regarding criminal convictions. dead
HB2324 Jurors; payment by prepaid debit card or card account. passed
HB2325 Concealed handgun permit; application for permit requires photo identification. signed by governor
HB2326 Specially constructed vehicles for general transportation purposes; registration. dead
HB2327 Driving under influence of alcohol; implied consent, refusal of blood or breath tests. signed by governor
HB2328 Persons allowed services without fees or costs; inability to pay on account of poverty, guidelines. signed by governor
HB2329 Capitol Police, Division of; arrest without warrant. signed by governor
HB2330 Inpatient psychiatric hospital admission; defendant found incompetent. dead
HB2331 Community services boards; duties include providing preadmission screening to regional jail inmates. signed by governor
HB2332 Teachers; compensation at rate competitive with national average salary. signed by governor
HB2333 Multi-jurisdiction grand jury; certain fraud crimes. dead
HB2334 Fraud crimes, certain; forfeiture of motor vehicle. dead
HB2335 Contractors, Board for; unlicensed activity, penalty. dead
HB2336 Law-enforcement officer; report of officer involved in accident. passed
HB2337 Certificates of public need; creates a two-phase process. dead
HB2338 Restitution; priority of payments. signed by governor
HB2339 Probation violations; intermediate sanctions. dead
HB2340 Women's Right to Vote, Commission for the Commemoration of the Centennial of; established. dead
HB2341 Education, Board of; membership. signed by governor
HB2342 Public schools; Board of Education shall only establish regional charter school divisions. vetoed by governor
HB2343 Voter registration list maintenance; voters identified as having duplicate registrations. vetoed by governor
HB2344 Tuition, in-state; individuals granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, etc. dead
HB2345 Instructional positions; students identified as having limited English proficiency. dead
HB2346 Insurance agent licensing; motor vehicle rental contract enrollers, etc. dead
HB2347 Commonwealth's Development Opportunity Fund; limitation on use of moneys from the Fund. signed by governor
HB2348 Women's Right to Vote, Commission for the Commemoration of the Centennial of; established. signed by governor
HB2349 Bioengineered foods; labeling certain products containing GMO, etc. dead
HB2350 Electronic devices; use of system to trespass. signed by governor
HB2351 Grass; Buchanan County authorized to require owners to cut. dead
HB2352 Teacher licensure by reciprocity; professional teacher's assessments, report. signed by governor
HB2353 Workers' compensation; failure to make reports on employee's injury, etc. dead
HB2354 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; school board employees, Planning District 4. signed by governor
HB2355 Students receiving home instruction; participation in AP and PSAT/NMSQT. signed by governor
HB2356 Fort Monroe Authority; increases number of members on Board of Trustees. signed by governor
HB2357 Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; eligibility. dead
HB2358 Water utilities; suspension of proposed rate increases. signed by governor
HB2359 Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority; changes effective date for creation of Authority. signed by governor
HB2360 Virginia Information Technologies Agency; procurement of information technology. signed by governor
HB2361 Brandishing a firearm; intent to induce fear, etc., penalty. dead
HB2362 Tow truck drivers; issuance of temporary registration by Department of Criminal Justice Services. signed by governor
HB2363 Teachers; compensation at rate competitive with national average salary. dead
HB2364 Public officers; automatic suspension upon conviction of felony. signed by governor
HB2365 Registration records; deadline extension. dead
HB2366 Virginia Public Procurement Act; requirements for use of construction management contracts. signed by governor
HB2367 Virginia Port Authority; removal of members on Board of Commissioners. passed
HB2368 Milk production; exemption from oversight of Milk Commission, etc. dead
HB2369 Concealed handgun permit; change of address. signed by governor
HB2370 Administrative Process Act; reconsideration of an agency's final decision, etc. dead
HB2371 Law-enforcement vehicles; permits vehicles to be equipped with steady-burning blue or red lights. dead
HB2372 Firearm transactions; voluntary background checks, clarification of provisions. dead
HB2373 Window tinting; vehicles used by private investigators, bail bondsmen, bail enforcement agents. dead
HB2374 Charitable gaming; prohibited practices. signed by governor
HB2375 Virginia Home Solicitation Sales Act; prohibited solicitation, penalty. dead
HB2376 Property Owners' Association Act; fees for disclosure packets by associations. dead
HB2377 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption of certain textbooks and other educational materials. signed by governor
HB2378 High school graduation requirements; substitution of computer coding for foreign language credit. dead
HB2379 Roanoke Higher Education Authority; removes president of Bluefield College from board of trustees. signed by governor
HB2380 Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; investigative authority. dead
HB2381 Dangerous dogs; clarifies definition, etc. signed by governor
HB2382 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; landlord to inspect vacated dwelling unit. dead
HB2383 Combined sewer overflow outfalls; DEQ to identify owner of outfall discharging into Chesapeake Bay. passed
HB2384 Drinking water; lead levels. dead
HB2385 Assessed court costs; electronic summons system. dead
HB2386 Unpaid court fines, etc.; increases grace period for collection. passed
HB2387 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; waiver of first-time licensing fees. dead
HB2388 Singular church locational sign; permissible in state-maintained right-of-way. dead
HB2389 Gas or oil drilling units; escrowed proceeds. dead
HB2390 Renewable energy power purchase agreements; expands pilot program. passed
HB2391 Personnel Management Information System; state agency positions designated as sensitive. signed by governor
HB2392 Virginia Public Procurement Act; preferred procurement method for construction. dead
HB2393 Income tax, state; tax credit for purchase of gun safe. dead
HB2394 Pawnbrokers; allowable late fees. dead
HB2395 Public Schools; dyslexia advisor. signed by governor
HB2396 Virginia Public Procurement Act; participation of employment services organizations. signed by governor
HB2397 Candidates; petition signature requirements in certain towns. signed by governor
HB2398 Industrial hemp; pilot program to study growth, etc. dead
HB2399 Hate crimes; adds to list of crimes that a multi-jurisdiction grand jury may investigate. dead
HB2400 Health insurance; use of drug pricing benchmark value. dead
HB2401 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; minutes of closed meetings required, audio recordings. dead
HB2402 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; willful violations, grounds for termination. dead
HB2403 Vehicles bearing clean special fuel license plates; use of high-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes. dead
HB2404 PANDAS and PANS; created, report. signed by governor
HB2405 Voter registration; extended time for new citizens to register to vote. dead
HB2406 Family life education curricula; instruction shall include personal privacy and personal boundaries. dead
HB2407 Child day programs; exemption from licensure for certain martial arts programs. dead
HB2408 Supplemental nutrition assistance program; eligibility criteria for participation. dead
HB2409 Driver's licenses; suspension for failure to pay court fines and costs. dead
HB2410 Terrorist organization, designated; providing material support, penalty. signed by governor
HB2411 Health insurance; reinstating pre-Affordable Care Act provisions. passed
HB2412 Financial institutions; scanning information from driver's license. dead
HB2413 Apprentice agreements; ratio of apprentices to journeymen. dead
HB2414 Self-defense; limited immunity when reporting acts, penalties. dead
HB2415 Ballots; number ordered to be printed. signed by governor
HB2416 Conservators of the peace, special; authority, mandatory liability insurance. dead
HB2417 Prepayment analytics; DMAS to establish program relating to fraud prevention. signed by governor
HB2418 Alcoholic beverage control; banquet licenses for wineries and breweries. signed by governor
HB2419 Call centers; relocation to a foreign country. dead
HB2420 Virginia Public Procurement Act; small business and microbusiness procurement enhancement program. dead
HB2421 Central absentee voter precincts; expedited counting of absentee ballots. dead
HB2422 Insurance institution or agent; notice of financial information collection and disclosure practices. signed by governor
HB2423 Golf carts; use on public highways in Town of Jarratt. signed by governor
HB2424 Concealed weapons; carrying of firearms by former attorneys for the Commonwealth, etc. signed by governor
HB2425 Administration, Secretary of; policy of the Commonwealth regarding state employment. signed by governor
HB2426 Virginia Guaranteed Assistance Program; changes student eligibility, renewal, amount of grants. incorporated
HB2427 Virginia Guaranteed Assistance Program; changes to Program, Commonwealth Award grants. signed by governor
HB2428 Workforce Transition Act; eligibility. signed by governor
HB2429 Firearms; purchase, possession, or transportation. signed by governor
HB2430 Automatic renewal offers and continuous service offers; penalties. dead
HB2431 School property; retail fee-based electric vehicle charging stations. signed by governor
HB2432 Teachers and other school personnel; investigation of certain complaints, license revocation. signed by governor
HB2433 Alcoholic beverage control; cider shall be treated as wine for all purposes of ABC law. signed by governor
HB2434 Community schools; Department of Education to establish taskforce for pilot program. dead
HB2435 Handheld personal communications devices; use while driving, penalty. incorporated
HB2436 Auditor of Public Accounts; online database, register of funds expended. signed by governor
HB2437 Virginia Public Procurement Act; use of best value contracting. dead
HB2438 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; contracts by legislators. incorporated
HB2439 General Assembly; regulatory penalty statement in legislation. dead
HB2440 Appomattox, Town of; amending charter, shifts municipal elections from May to November, etc. dead
HB2441 Tow truck drivers; registration. dead
HB2442 Collection fees, local; an ordinance for collection of overdue accounts. passed
HB2443 Electoral fusion; form of ballot, candidate's name appearing more than once for same office. dead
HB2444 Presidential candidates; required statement regarding disclosure of federal tax returns. dead
HB2445 Open-end credit plan loans; establishes requirements for loans. dead
HB2446 Immunity of persons; defamation, statements regarding matters of public concern, sanctions. dead
HB2447 Motor vehicles, local licensure; eliminates ability of a locality to assess local license fees. dead
HB2448 Traffic congestion; measures to relieve in certain areas of the Commonwealth. dead
HB2449 Term limits; members of certain Authorities in City of Chesapeake limited to three terms. signed by governor
HB2450 Hunting license; landowner to obtain a free license to hunt on own property. dead
HB2451 Professional and occupational licensing; restoration of rights. dead
HB2452 Discovery in criminal cases; duty to provide. dead
HB2453 Amateur radio operators; use of flashing amber lights. signed by governor
HB2454 Onsite treatment works; effluent quality standards and maintenance requirements. dead
HB2455 Personal property tax, tangible; list of uncollected balances. signed by governor
HB2456 Administrative Process Act; schedule of review of regulations, report. dead
HB2457 Health and Human Resources Secretariat; agencies of Secretariat shall share data, records, etc. signed by governor
HB2458 Certificate of public need; reports. dead
HB2459 Wireless telecommunications devices, certain; prohibition on sale to minors. dead
HB2460 Historic rehabilitation; limits amount of tax credits that may be claimed by each taxpayer. signed by governor
HB2461 Neighborhood assistance tax credits; reduces amount of credit of value for certain donations. dead
HB2462 Inpatient psychiatric hospital admission; defendant found incompetent. signed by governor
HB2463 Highways, Commissioner of; commercial establishment entrances. signed by governor
HB2464 Petersburg, City of; amending charter, repeals or updates obsolete provisions, technical amendments. signed by governor
HB2465 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; open-end credit plans. dead
HB2466 Handguns; all dealers who sell or transfer to also have personalized handguns available for sale. dead
HB2467 Driving on a suspended or revoked license; period of suspension. signed by governor
HB2468 VWC; permits commissioners and deputy commissioners to carry a concealed weapon. dead
HB2469 Zoning; delinquent charges. signed by governor
HB2470 Drug Control Act; Schedule II and Schedule V. signed by governor
HB2471 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; membership, powers and duties. passed
HB2472 Alcoholic beverage control; spirits tastings by distiller licensee. dead
HB2473 Protective orders or stalking; third or subsequent offense. dead
HB2474 Virginia Coalfields Expressway Authority; established, report. signed by governor
HB2475 Real property tax; payments in lieu of taxes for exempt organizations. dead
HB2476 Driver's licenses; revocation of driving privileges in other jurisdictions. dead
HB2477 Onsite sewage systems and private wells; VDH to take steps to eliminate site evaluation. signed by governor
HJ3 United States Constitution; application for a convention of the states. dead
HJ50 Composite Index of Local Ability to Pay; DOE to study effect of local use value assessment dead
HJ90 United States Constitution; amendment concerning federal budget, sunset provision. dead
HJ538 Constitutional amendment marriage; marriage (first reference.) dead
HJ539 Celebrating the life of Eleanor Tart Harrison. passed senate
HJ540 Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote (first reference). dead
HJ541 Constitutional amendment; top two open primary election (first reference). dead
HJ542 Constitutional amendment; qualification of voters, executive clemency (first reference). dead
HJ543 Constitutional amendment; failure to pass an appropriation act (first reference). dead
HJ544 Study; JLARC to study the Virginia's workers' compensation system; report. dead
HJ545 Constitutional amendment; powers of General Assembly, etc. passed
HJ546 Virginia High School League; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. dead
HJ547 U.S. Constitution; application for a convention of the states. dead
HJ548 National Suicide Prevention Week. passed senate
HJ549 Pornography; public health hazard. dead
HJ550 Commending Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ551 United States Constitution; application for a convention of the states;balancing the federal budget. dead
HJ552 Constitutional amendment; registration of voters (first reference). dead
HJ553 Celebrating the life of Eloise Bernadett Coyne. passed senate
HJ554 Celebrating the life of Jean Alexandria Glontz. passed senate
HJ555 General Assembly; 2017 Session schedule. passed senate
HJ556 General Assembly; 2018 Session prefiling schedule. passed senate
HJ557 Commending the Virginia Weekday Religious Education Association. passed senate
HJ558 Commending the Chantilly High School baseball team. passed senate
HJ559 Commending the Chantilly High School boys' tennis team. passed senate
HJ560 Commending Hickory High School. passed senate
HJ561 Celebrating the life of Cary Lee Jarvis. passed senate
HJ562 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for spouse of disabled veteran. passed
HJ563 Commending Stefanie Fee. passed senate
HJ564 Commending Maurice Cullen. passed senate
HJ565 Commending Ledbetter Christian Church. passed senate
HJ566 Celebrating the life of Harry Gilly Penley. passed senate
HJ567 Commending Kelly A. Pace. passed senate
HJ568 Study; Joint Commission on Health Care to study options for use of telemental health; report. dead
HJ569 Recognition as genocide; atrocities committed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. dead
HJ570 Study; JLARC; effectiveness of requiring seat belts on school buses in the Commonwealth; report. dead
HJ571 Study; Va Polytechnic Institute and State University and Va State University; teacher shortage. dead
HJ572 Study; regulation of menhaden fishing; report. dead
HJ573 Pongal Day. passed senate
HJ574 Commending First Baptist Church of Franklin. passed senate
HJ575 Study; Department of General Services; Infrastructure investments that yield energy savings; report. dead
HJ576 Study; JLARC to study the implementation of the National Voter Registration Act in Virginia; report. dead
HJ577 Constitutional amendment; reducing assessed value of real property (first reference). dead
HJ578 Study; Jt Commission on Health Care; study of the long-term effects of marijuana use. dead
HJ579 Study; jt committee to study implementation of National Voter Registration Act in Virginia; report. dead
HJ580 Study; JLARC; impact of state-owned ports on local governments; report. dead
HJ581 Constitutional amendment; criteria for electoral districts (first reference). dead
HJ582 Commending Rebecca C. W. Adams. passed senate
HJ583 Commending Peter Bastone. passed senate
HJ584 Commending the Roanoke Catholic School football team. passed senate
HJ585 Study; State Council of Higher Ed; rates of in-state and out-of-state undergraduate admissions. dead
HJ586 Abortion; prosecution of mother not allowed. dead
HJ587 Abortion; prosecution of mother not allowed for self-abortion. dead
HJ588 Abortion; use of contraception not prosecuted. dead
HJ589 Unborn children; abortion law and personhood. dead
HJ590 Study; JLARC; availability of sources for verifying information for voter registration purposes. dead
HJ591 Commending the Highland Springs High School football team. passed senate
HJ592 Commending Jonathan C. Kinney. passed senate
HJ593 Commending the Woman's Club of Arlington. passed senate
HJ594 Commending the Lee Highway Alliance. passed senate
HJ595 Commending Lawrence H. Hoover, Jr. passed senate
HJ596 Commending First Baptist Church Chesterbrook. passed senate
HJ597 Study; Joint Commissionon Health Care; Study of heroin use in the Commonwealth; report. dead
HJ598 Commending the Arlington Community Foundation. passed senate
HJ599 Commending William G. Bouie. passed senate
HJ600 Celebrating the life of Patricia Ann Logan-Reilly. passed senate
HJ601 Celebrating the life of Herman J. Obermayer. passed senate
HJ602 Celebrating the life of Thomas Michael Bello. passed senate
HJ603 Commending Alan Schuman. passed senate
HJ604 Commending Kenneth L. Hyden. passed senate
HJ605 Commending the Town of Tazewell. passed senate
HJ606 Commending the Graham High School competition cheer team. passed senate
HJ607 Study; Providing material support for a terrorist organization. dead
HJ608 Commending the Patrick Henry High School boys' volleyball team. passed senate
HJ609 Constitutional amendment; qualification of voters (first reference). dead
HJ610 Virginia Aviation Week. passed senate
HJ611 Study; State Council of Higher Ed. for Va; applied baccalaureate degrees at community colleges. dead
HJ612 Missing Persons Day. passed senate
HJ613 Celebrating the life of James Hunter Talbott, Sr. passed senate
HJ614 Study; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study Virginia Administrative Process Act. dead
HJ615 Study; Joint Commission on Technology and Science; robots, automation, and artificial intelligence. dead
HJ616 Joint Commission on Health Care; study of quality of health care services in jails and prisons. dead
HJ617 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Compact of 1966 gubernatorial review. passed senate
HJ618 Study; the costs and benefits of assisting localities in alleviating pay compression. dead
HJ619 Study; Tax Commissioner to study disincentives to upgrade machinery and tools; report. dead
HJ620 Commending the 82nd Airborne Division. passed senate
HJ621 Commending Matthew A. Gump. passed senate
HJ622 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly term limits (first reference). dead
HJ623 Commending Dr. Katherine G. Johnson. passed senate
HJ624 Commending the Elks National Home. passed senate
HJ625 Commending Old Dominion. passed senate
HJ626 Commending Richard W. Harris, Sr. passed senate
HJ627 Study; JLARC to study feasibility of allocating a larger portion of Virginia Lottery prize money. dead
HJ628 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established (first reference). dead
HJ629 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); charter schools. dead
HJ630 Study; study the efficacy of the sheriff of any locality supervising animal control officers. dead
HJ631 Commending Peter Allen Lewis. passed senate
HJ632 Commending Naval Station Norfolk. passed senate
HJ633 Study; Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services; incentives for grocery stores to donate. dead
HJ634 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); authority of elected school boards to impose taxes. dead
HJ635 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); top two primary election. dead
HJ636 Study; economic impacts of litter on fishing, farming, and water quality in urban streams; report. dead
HJ637 Mental Health Services in the Commonwealth in the 21st Century; Joint Subcommittee to study. dead
HJ638 Study; Department of Taxation to study unitary combined reporting of corporate income; report. dead
HJ639 Study; Office of Drinking Water; Commonwealth's drinking water infrastructure and oversight. dead
HJ640 Public Lands Day. passed senate
HJ641 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications of Governor; residency requirement. dead
HJ642 Memorializing Congress; reinstatement of Glass-Steagall Act. dead
HJ643 Commending David Willis. passed senate
HJ644 Commending James Hodge. passed senate
HJ645 Commending Ricky Hyler. passed senate
HJ646 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Johnny S. Joannou. introduced
HJ647 Celebrating the life of Charles B. Whitehurst, Sr. passed senate
HJ648 Study; JLARC; impact of state-owned ports on local governments; report. dead
HJ649 Mary Draper Ingles Remembrance Day. passed senate
HJ650 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications to vote; restoration of civil rights. dead
HJ651 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Virginia Nonpartisan Redistricting Commission created. dead
HJ652 Encouraging the Governor to recognize best practices. dead
HJ653 Commending Trauma-Informed Community Networks. passed senate
HJ654 Celebrating the life of William Thomas Horner. passed senate
HJ655 Commending the Halifax County Cancer Association. passed senate
HJ656 Spirit of '45 Day. passed senate
HJ657 Commending the Oak Hill Academy boys' basketball team. passed senate
HJ658 Commending Intermont Equestrian Emory & Henry College. passed senate
HJ659 Commending the Grayson County Old-Time and Bluegrass Fiddlers' Convention. passed senate
HJ660 Commending Hollins University. passed senate
HJ661 Commending the Bobcat Sports League. passed senate
HJ662 Commending Robert S. Argabright II. passed senate
HJ663 Commending the Afro-American Historical Association of Fauquier County. passed senate
HJ664 Commending the Fresta Valley Christian School Robotics Club. passed senate
HJ665 Commending John W. McCarthy III. passed senate
HJ666 Commending Ursula Beverley Baxley. passed senate
HJ667 Celebrating the life of Eleanor Talbert Williams. passed senate
HJ668 Celebrating the life of Jennifer Ophelia Brewer Rooney. passed senate
HJ669 Celebrating the life of Phyllis Anderson Blevins. passed senate
HJ670 Celebrating the life of Don Flanery May. passed senate
HJ671 Celebrating the life of Lelia Baum Hopper. passed senate
HJ672 Study; JLARC; coastal flooding adaptation and resiliency report. dead
HJ673 Study; JLARC recommendations regarding VEDP; report. dead
HJ674 Study; Virginia Public Procurement Act; report. dead
HJ675 Joint Commission on Health Care to study creation of registry of cases of abuse or neglect. dead
HJ676 Study; Department of Education; effect of local use value assessment of certain real estate. dead
HJ677 Study; study the current and potential impact of zebra and quagga mussels in Virginia waters. dead
HJ678 Study; directing the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study teaching profession. dead
HJ679 Study; Joint Committee to Study the Future of Public Elementary and Secondary Education. dead
HJ680 Joint subcommittee to study issues related to family caregiving and long-term care supports, etc. dead
HJ681 Commending the Rappahannock County High School volleyball team. passed senate
HJ682 Study; long-term effects of Drugs used to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). dead
HJ683 Commending John P. Molie. passed senate
HJ684 Commending Robert C. Vaughan III. passed senate
HJ685 Speaker of the House; legal counsel. dead
HJ686 Memorializing the Congress of the United States to allow states and communities; bridge safety. dead
HJ687 Commending the Rappahannock Emergency Medical Services Council. passed senate
HJ688 Study; joint committee to study the expansion of the Norfolk Airport Authority membership. dead
HJ689 Study; joint subcommittee to study public transportation in Hampton Roads; report. dead
HJ690 Study; joint subcommittee to study mega-region airport in Greater Hampton Roads; report. dead
HJ691 Study; Virginia Department of Transportation; noise abatement remedies. dead
HJ692 Study; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission; Commonwealth's cybersecurity standards. dead
HJ693 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Transportation Funds. passed
HJ694 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications to vote; restoration of civil rights. dead
HJ695 Study; JLARC; sentencing of drug offenders; report. dead
HJ696 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); apportionment; certain prohibitions. dead
HJ697 Const. amend.(first resolution); real property tax; exemption surviving spouse of disabled veteran. dead
HJ698 Study; Department of Social Services; Commonwealth's child support enforcement system. dead
HJ699 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Governor's term of office. dead
HJ700 Study; Broadband Advisory Council; broadband availability and the most cost-effective coverage. dead
HJ701 United States Constitution; application for a convention of the states; free and fair elections. dead
HJ702 Study; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study the funding needs of elections. dead
HJ703 Study; joint committee to study the streamlining of special elections in the Commonwealth; report. dead
HJ704 Study; Secretary of Natural Resources and Secretary of Education; environmental education; report. dead
HJ705 Encouraging localities to develop a more uniform and streamlined permitting process. dead
HJ706 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); tangible personal property tax; exemption. dead
HJ707 Governor; 2018-2020 proposed budget; access to array of programs, services,& benefits; Medicaid. dead
HJ708 Study; Virginia State Crime Commission; hate crimes; report. dead
HJ709 Study; Secretary of Technology; interfacing of electronic medical records and information; report. dead
HJ710 Governor; enter into agreements regarding Medicaid services, benefits, and programs. dead
HJ711 Study; Virginia State Crime Commission; DNA data bank; report. dead
HJ712 Supporting legislation regarding the Equal Rights Amendment. dead
HJ713 Commending the Hampton Roads Association for Commercial Real Estate. passed senate
HJ714 Commending the McLean High School band. passed senate
HJ715 Commending Pamela Irvine. passed senate
HJ716 Commending the Patrick Henry College international moot court team. passed senate
HJ717 Notifying the Governor of organization. passed senate
HJ718 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Otho Beverley Roller. passed senate
HJ719 Study; Department of Labor and Industry; violence against health care professionals. dead
HJ720 Study; Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services; placement of group homes. dead
HJ721 Commending the Fort Defiance High School Envirothon team. passed senate
HJ722 Commending Lucy Weidner. passed senate
HJ723 Commending Paula Slagle. passed senate
HJ724 Celebrating the life of Leslie Gilliam. passed senate
HJ725 Commending Justin Scott Grimm. passed senate
HJ726 Commending J. Hamilton Lambert. passed senate
HJ727 Commending Dr. Toney Lee McNair, Jr. passed senate
HJ728 Commending Preston C. Caruthers. passed senate
HJ729 Commending New Hope Housing. passed senate
HJ730 Commending The Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary of Fredericksburg. passed senate
HJ731 Celebrating the life of Anthony Randolph Cooke. passed senate
HJ732 Commending the Sterling Volunteer Fire Company. passed senate
HJ733 Commending iFly Loudoun. passed senate
HJ734 Commending Sihan Sandhu. passed senate
HJ735 Commending the Freedom High School gymnastics team. passed senate
HJ736 Commending Mihika Dusad. passed senate
HJ737 Commending the Atlee High School softball team. passed senate
HJ738 Commending Captain Thomas W. Turner. passed senate
HJ739 Celebrating the life of James Early Wood. passed senate
HJ740 Celebrating the life of Colonel Damon Igou, USA, Ret. passed senate
HJ741 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Johnny S. Joannou. passed senate
HJ742 Commending Scott R. Park. passed senate
HJ743 Commending Arthur Dean Strickland. passed senate
HJ744 World Voice Day. passed senate
HJ745 Substance-Exposed Infant Awareness Week; designating as first week of July 2017. passed senate
HJ746 Celebrating the life of Roger L. Williams. passed senate
HJ747 Commending Earl Heath Miller, Jr. passed senate
HJ748 Celebrating the life of John Joseph Quinn, Jr. passed senate
HJ749 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission, established, apportionment. dead
HJ750 Coats Disease Awareness Day. passed senate
HJ751 Commending Richard A. Cordle. passed senate
HJ752 Commending Joseph A. Horbal. passed senate
HJ753 Commending Women Giving Back. passed senate
HJ754 Commending the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office. passed senate
HJ755 Commending the Rock Ridge High School drama team. passed senate
HJ756 Commending the Freedom High School drama team. passed senate
HJ757 Commending the Park View High School boys' soccer team. passed senate
HJ758 Commending the Battlefield High School girls' soccer team. passed senate
HJ759 Commending Jimmy Davidson. passed senate
HJ760 Commending Michael Robinson. passed senate
HJ761 Commending the Carroll County High School varsity softball team. passed senate
HJ762 Weekend of Prayer over Students. passed senate
HJ763 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); apportionment; political considerations prohibited. dead
HJ764 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); enactment of laws at special sessions. dead
HJ765 Appointment by the Speaker of the House of Delegates. passed senate
HJ766 Confirming appointments by the Joint Committee on Rules. passed senate
HJ767 Confirming appointment of the Director of the Division of Legislative Services. passed senate
HJ768 Commending Green Hedges School. passed senate
HJ769 Commending Kaitlyn Hyun. passed senate
HJ770 Commending Karin's Florist. passed senate
HJ771 Commending Gary A. Ambrose. passed senate
HJ772 Commending the Vienna Host Lions Club. passed senate
HJ773 Commending The Rotary Foundation. passed senate
HJ774 Celebrating the life of Connie Henry. passed senate
HJ775 Celebrating the life of Eric John Franklin. passed senate
HJ776 Celebrating the life of Kenneth A. Lawrence. passed senate
HJ777 Celebrating the life of Alfred C. Anderson. passed senate
HJ778 Commending Ramoth Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ779 Study; Joint Commission on Health Care; Impact of requiring community services boards. dead
HJ780 Self-Care Month. passed senate
HJ781 JLARC; study of adequacy of foster care payment rates in the Commonwealth; report. dead
HJ782 Election of a Court of Appeals of Virginia Judge, Circuit Court Judges, General District Court Jud passed senate
HJ783 National Speech and Debate Education Day. passed senate
HJ784 Virginia Village Day. passed senate
HJ785 Celebrating the life of Anshul Chimaladinne. passed senate
HJ786 Commending Colonial Heights American Legion Auxiliary Unit 284. passed senate
HJ787 Commending Virginia's technology sector. dead
HJ788 Commending the Virginia Health Care Foundation. passed senate
HJ789 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Jackie Thomas Stump. passed senate
HJ790 Commending David Anthony Sam. passed senate
HJ791 Early childhood education. dead
HJ792 Commending Lake Anne Elementary School. passed senate
HJ793 Taekwondo Day. passed senate
HJ794 Celebrating the life of Peter Wilcox Brown, M.D. passed senate
HJ795 Commending Valluvan Tamil Academy. passed senate
HJ796 Commending Mr. Peanut. passed senate
HJ797 Commending Lakeland High School. passed senate
HJ798 Commending Mahan Street First Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ799 Commending the Suffolk-Nansemond Historical Society. passed senate
HJ800 Commending Ebenezer United Methodist Church. passed senate
HJ801 Commending the Nansemond River High School baseball team. passed senate
HJ802 Commending the Hanover High School baseball team. passed senate
HJ803 Celebrating the life of Anna Mae Jett Johnson. passed senate
HJ804 Celebrating the life of Joan Joyce Harrison Nelms. passed senate
HJ805 Commending Stratford University. passed senate
HJ806 Commending the American Legion Virginia Boys State. passed senate
HJ807 Commending Liberty Elementary School. passed senate
HJ808 Commending Raleigh H. Isaacs, Sr. passed senate
HJ809 Commending the American Legion Auxiliary Virginia Girls State. passed senate
HJ810 Commemorating the 30th anniversary of Ronald Reagan's 'Tear Down This Wall' speech. dead
HJ811 Commending E. Wade Whitehead, Jr. passed senate
HJ812 Celebrating the life of Elizabeth Florence Kennedy LaGrua. passed senate
HJ813 Commending the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. passed senate
HJ814 Celebrating the life of Joseph Byron Yount III. passed senate
HJ815 Commending the Virginia Tech German Club. passed senate
HJ816 Commending the Student Government Association of Virginia Polytechnic Institute. passed senate
HJ817 Commending the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University football team. passed senate
HJ818 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Alan E. Mayer. passed senate
HJ819 Commending the Upsilon Nu Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. passed senate
HJ820 Commending LeRoy John Essig, M.D. passed senate
HJ821 Commending Arva Priola. passed senate
HJ822 Commending the Arcola Elementary School Chorus. passed senate
HJ823 Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Awareness Month. passed senate
HJ824 Commending Colonel Edward D. Shames, USA, Ret. passed senate
HJ825 Commending the Westfield High School boys' basketball team. passed senate
HJ826 Commending the Westfield High School football team. passed senate
HJ827 Commending the Northwood High School girls' basketball team. passed senate
HJ828 Commending the Marion High School girls' volleyball team. passed senate
HJ829 Commending the James Madison University football team. passed senate
HJ830 Commending Sam Rogers. passed senate
HJ831 Commending Andrew Gurowitz. passed senate
HJ832 Commending Sister To Sister. passed senate
HJ833 Commending Marvin Garber. passed senate
HJ834 Commending Blue Ridge Community College. passed senate
HJ835 Commending Fredericksburg Academy. passed senate
HJ836 Commending Hampton Roads Community Action Program. passed senate
HJ837 Commending St. Augustine's Episcopal Church. passed senate
HJ838 Celebrating the life of Steven Charles Buschor. passed senate
HJ839 Celebrating the life of Gus George Pappas. passed senate
HJ840 Commending Colonel John Jack William Hilgers, USMC, Ret. passed senate
HJ841 Commending Carl Wheatley Haywood. passed senate
HJ842 Commending Temple Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ843 Celebrating the life of Roberta Lee Tyner Naranjo. passed senate
HJ844 Commending Marci Bartley. passed senate
HJ845 Celebrating the life of David A. Kaechele. passed senate
HJ846 Commending the Sentara Nightingale Regional Air Ambulance program. passed senate
HJ847 Celebrating the life of Madison Montgomery Shinaberry. passed senate
HJ848 Commending the Virginia Institute of Pastoral Care. passed senate
HJ849 Commending J. Plunky Branch. passed senate
HJ850 Commending the Virginia Councils of the Boy Scouts of America. passed senate
HJ851 Celebrating the life of Elie Wiesel. passed senate
HJ852 Celebrating the life of Crosby Carroll Forrest. passed senate
HJ853 Commending the Virginia Holocaust Museum. passed senate
HJ854 Commending Hamlar-Curtis Funeral Home. passed senate
HJ855 Celebrating the life of James A. Lewis, Jr. passed senate
HJ856 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Robert Mark Yacobi. passed senate
HJ857 Commending the Chesterfield County Sheriffs Office. passed senate
HJ858 Celebrating the life of Joel Willis Richert. passed senate
HJ859 Commending William A. L. Brown II. passed senate
HJ860 Commending Suzanne Gill. passed senate
HJ861 Commending James Andrews. passed senate
HJ862 Commending AHC Inc. passed senate
HJ863 Commending Colin Brown. passed senate
HJ864 Celebrating the life of Ann Creighton Collar Broder. passed senate
HJ865 Commending the Reverend Dr. John William Kinney. passed senate
HJ866 Commending G. William Beale. passed senate
HJ867 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Charles J. Colgan. passed senate
HJ868 Commending the James Madison Museum of Orange County Heritage. passed senate
HJ869 Celebrating the life of Anthony Pearly Tucker, Jr. passed senate
HJ870 Commending Juanita Velasco. passed senate
HJ871 Celebrating the life of W. Alvin Hudson, Jr. passed senate
HJ872 Commending American Legion Dyer-Gunnell Post 180. passed senate
HJ873 Celebrating the life of Mary Jones Baldwin. passed senate
HJ874 Commending the City of Fairfax Band Association. passed senate
HJ875 Celebrating the life of the Honorable John C. Miller. passed senate
HJ876 Commending Diane Kelly. passed senate
HJ877 Commending Carol Bauer. passed senate
HJ878 Commending Shari Milne Vandygriff. passed senate
HJ879 Commending Timothy Renwick. passed senate
HJ880 Commending Mount Pleasant Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ881 Celebrating the life of Paul Bankit. passed senate
HJ882 Commending the Mathomank Village Tribe. dead
HJ883 Commending the Wrenn family Fourth of July celebration. passed senate
HJ884 Commending Transitions Family Violence Services. passed senate
HJ885 Commending Boys & Girls Clubs of the Virginia Peninsula. passed senate
HJ886 Commending Muslim Lakhani. passed senate
HJ887 Commending Daniel W. Duncan. passed senate
HJ888 Commending Rob Buswell. passed senate
HJ889 Commending Mario O'Neal Haskett, Jr. passed senate
HJ890 Commending Jaiden Alexis Morris. passed senate
HJ891 Commending Megan Walker. passed senate
HJ892 Celebrating the life of Homer Constantine Eliades. passed senate
HJ893 Celebrating the life of Carroll Ray Hawkes. passed senate
HJ894 Commending Jerry A. Chenault. passed senate
HJ895 Commending Summit Christian Academy. passed senate
HJ896 Commending Ray A. Conner. passed senate
HJ897 Celebrating the life of Eugene H. Farley, Jr. passed senate
HJ898 Celebrating the life of Patricia Ann Thomas-Semonian. passed senate
HJ899 Celebrating the life of Lucien E. Conein. passed senate
HJ900 Commending Danville-Pittsylvania County Habitat for Humanity. passed senate
HJ901 Commending Elizabeth Roberts. passed senate
HJ902 Celebrating the life of Wayne F. Geisert. passed senate
HJ903 Commending Patrick Joseph Morgan. passed senate
HJ904 Commending Baldino's Lock & Key. passed senate
HJ905 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Won Sang Lee. passed senate
HJ906 Commending the recipients of the 2017 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Awards. passed senate
HJ907 Commending Money & King Funeral Home. passed senate
HJ908 Commending the Little Library of Vienna. passed senate
HJ909 Commending First Baptist Church of Vienna. passed senate
HJ910 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Frank Medico. passed senate
HJ911 Commending Broad Run High School DECA.
HJ912 Commending Stone Bridge High School DECA.
HJ913 Celebrating the life of Ruth Friedenthal Kanter. passed senate
HJ914 Commending Dr. Lawrence Spoont. passed senate
HJ915 Celebrating the life of Roger Dirk Vanderhye. passed senate
HJ916 Commending Stephen A. Salmon. passed senate
HJ917 Commending Marion Thomas White, Jr. passed senate
HJ918 Commending the Reverend Bruce Edward Wilson. passed senate
HJ919 Commending West Main Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ920 Commending Jason Robert Ince. passed senate
HJ921 Commending First Baptist Church East End. passed senate
HJ922 Commending Maria Elena Calle. passed senate
HJ923 Commending Central Virginia Community College. passed senate
HJ924 Commending Michael Wardian. passed senate
HJ925 Commending the ENDependence Center of Northern Virginia. passed senate
HJ926 Commending Boy Scouts of America Troop 301 of Coeburn. passed senate
HJ927 Commending the Richmond Ambulance Authority. passed senate
HJ928 Commending Susan C. Gasperini. passed senate
HJ929 Commending Autry O. V. DeBusk. passed senate
HJ930 Commending the Henrico Police Athletic League. passed senate
HJ931 Commending the MathScience Innovation Center. passed senate
HJ932 Celebrating the life of Richard W. Glover. passed senate
HJ933 Celebrating the life of Nicole K. Mittendorff. passed senate
HJ934 Commending Marcus T. Meachum, Jr. passed senate
HJ935 Commending the Nottoway County Literacy Program. passed senate
HJ936 Commending Judy A. Brannock. passed senate
HJ937 Commending Sarah Grim Scyphers. passed senate
HJ938 Celebrating the life of Ralph McKinley Dillow, Jr. passed senate
HJ939 Celebrating the life of William Henry Anderson, Jr. passed senate
HJ940 Celebrating the life of Margaret Marie Temple-Butler. passed senate
HJ941 Celebrating the life of Willis Jackson Dunn. passed senate
HJ942 Celebrating the life of Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator William Ryan Owens. passed senate
HJ943 Celebrating the life of Ashleigh Nicole Langbein. passed senate
HJ944 Commemorating the life and legacy of Desmond T. Doss. passed senate
HJ945 Celebrating the life of Suzanne Granoski. passed senate
HJ946 Commending Christine M. Todd. passed senate
HJ947 Commending the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce. passed senate
HJ948 Commending Phillip C. Stone. passed senate
HJ949 Commending the Great Falls Volunteer Fire Department. passed senate
HJ950 Commending Mary's Shelter. passed senate
HJ951 Commending Craigs Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ952 Commending the City of Buena Vista. passed senate
HJ953 Commending Penny Halpern. passed senate
HJ954 Commending Kurt O'Connor. passed senate
HJ955 Commending Blake G. Rose. passed senate
HJ956 Commending Brandon Eric Guyer. passed senate
HJ957 Commending Herndon High School. passed senate
HJ958 Commending Gabriel Filippini. passed senate
HJ959 Commending Steven L. Mitchell. passed senate
HJ960 Commending Arthur Anselene. passed senate
HJ961 Commending Holly DeVore. passed senate
HJ962 Commending David A. Kirby. passed senate
HJ963 Commending Aglow International. passed senate
HJ964 Commending Tunstall High School. passed senate
HJ965 Commending Pittsylvania County. passed senate
HJ966 Celebrating the life of Stephen Michael Logan. passed senate
HJ967 Commending Maria J. K. Everett.
HJ968 Commending the Virginia Cable Telecommunications Association. passed senate
HJ969 Commending FAITH Social Services. passed senate
HJ970 Celebrating the life of William G. O'Brien. passed senate
HJ971 Commending Shedrick McCall III. passed senate
HJ972 Commending Bethlehem Congregational Church. passed senate
HJ973 Commending Jennifer Burgin. passed senate
HJ974 Celebrating the life of Senior Chief Petty Officer Scott C. Dayton. passed senate
HJ975 Commending Fort Lee. passed senate
HJ976 Commending St. Mark Lutheran Church. passed senate
HJ977 Commending Elizabeth Daggit Haynes. passed senate
HJ978 Celebrating the life of Robert Alan Phillips. passed senate
HJ979 Celebrating the life of O. Lynwood Byerly. passed senate
HJ980 Commending John E. Burchell, Jr. passed senate
HJ981 Celebrating the life of William Henry Anderson, Jr.
HJ982 Commending Ana Hernandez. passed senate
HJ983 Commending Beulah Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ984 Commending Ebenezer Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ985 Commending S. Stephen Bittle. passed senate
HJ986 Commending Audrey Luthman. passed senate
HJ987 Commending Joe Dowling. passed senate
HJ988 Commending Robert Goff. passed senate
HJ989 Commending Shirley Tildon. passed senate
HJ990 Celebrating the life of Holly Marie Kerr Edwards. passed senate
HJ991 Celebrating the life of William Harold Lucy. passed senate
HJ992 Celebrating the life of Rouhollah K. Ramazani. passed senate
HJ993 Celebrating the life of Pierre Paul Saunier, Jr. passed senate
HJ994 Celebrating the life of James Gordon Simmonds. passed senate
HJ995 Commending the Girl Scouts of the USA. passed senate
HJ996 Commending Boy Scouts of America Troop 24 of Norfolk. passed senate
HJ997 Commending The Koinonia Foundation, Inc. passed senate
HJ998 Commending David Wayne Holland. passed senate
HJ999 Commending the Summer Training and Enrichment Program. passed senate
HJ1000 Commending the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology STEM All-Stars. passed senate
HJ1001 Celebrating the life of Young Suk Lowe. passed senate
HJ1002 Commending Ken Heath. passed senate
HJ1003 Commending Judy A. Brannock. passed senate
HJ1004 Celebrating the life of Andrew Fred Singleton. passed senate
HJ1005 Celebrating the life of Joseph Tate Hart. passed senate
HJ1006 Celebrating the life of Richard Gaither Dick. passed senate
HJ1007 Celebrating the life of Henry Clay Bibbs, II. passed senate
HJ1008 Celebrating the life of LaVerne Charmayne Byrd Smith. passed senate
HJ1009 Commemorating the life and legacy of Captain Humbert Roque Versace. passed senate
HJ1010 Celebrating the life of James A. Rich, Jr. passed senate
HJ1011 Commending Ed Turner. passed senate
HJ1012 Commending the Nokesville-Bristow Ruritan Club. passed senate
HJ1013 Commending Donna Tartt. passed senate
HJ1014 Commending the Herndon Children's Center. passed senate
HJ1015 Commending Everette A. Hicks, Sr. passed senate
HJ1016 Commending Saint Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church. passed senate
HJ1017 Commending Tess W. Short. passed senate
HJ1018 Commending Ivy Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ1019 Commending Fairfax County. passed senate
HJ1020 Commending Glen Forest Elementary School. passed senate
HJ1021 Commending Randolph Elementary School. passed senate
HJ1022 Commending Goodwin House. passed senate
HJ1023 Commending the Virginia Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs. passed senate
HJ1024 Commending the Summer Program for Arts, Recreation, and Knowledge. passed senate
HJ1025 Commending the Virginia Society for Human Life. passed senate
HJ1026 Commending The Health Advantage Yoga Center. passed senate
HJ1027 Celebrating the life of John Harvey Givens, Jr. passed senate
HJ1028 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas Graham Baker, Jr. passed senate
HJ1029 Commending Deputy First Class Brandon Boyle. passed senate
HJ1030 Commending Ronald W. Branscome. passed senate
HJ1031 Commending J.F. Bell Funeral Home, Inc. passed senate
HJ1032 Commending the Danville Symphony Orchestra. passed senate
HJ1033 Commending Carol Smith Fenn. passed senate
HJ1034 Commending Arthur Jerry Benson. passed senate
HJ1035 Celebrating the life of Charles Henry Gleason, M.D. passed senate
HJ1036 Commemorating the lives and legacies of Jewish victims of the Holocaust. passed senate
HJ1037 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Charles Weldon Wampler, Jr. passed senate
HJ1038 Commending Marine Corps Base Quantico. passed senate
HJ1039 Commending Hawkins-Reeve VFW Post 7916. passed senate
HJ1040 Commending Daniel A. Menasc passed senate
HJ1041 Commending Margaret Leary. passed senate
HJ1042 Commending Burke Centre Conservancy. passed senate
HJ1043 Commending the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation. passed senate
HJ1044 Commending Falls Church City Public Schools. passed senate
HJ1045 Commending Mary K. Tuohy. passed senate
HJ1046 Commending the Virginia Commission for the Arts. passed senate
HJ1047 Commending Cherry Run Elementary School. passed senate
HJ1048 Commending Paralyzed Veterans of America. passed senate
HJ1049 Commending the Morrison School. passed senate
HJ1050 Commending William King Museum of Art. passed senate
HJ1051 Celebrating the life of Marie Gwendolyn McNair Moore. passed senate
HJ1052 Celebrating the life of Thelma Montalee Mullins. passed senate
HJ1053 Commending the Mantua Citizens' Association. passed senate
HJ1054 Commending the Food City 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway. passed senate
HJ1055 Commending the Food City 500 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway. passed senate
HJ1056 Commemorating the 90th anniversary of the 1927 Bristol Sessions. passed senate
HJ1057 Commending So Jung Lim. passed senate
HJ1058 Commending the Sartomer Americas Chatham plant. passed senate
HJ1059 Commending the Town of Hurt. passed senate
HJ1060 Commending the Martinsville High School boys' basketball team. passed senate
HJ1061 Commending Oakland Heights Farm. passed senate
HJ1062 Commending Belmont Farms Distillery. passed senate
HJ1063 Commemorating the life and legacy of Ella Jane Fitzgerald. passed senate
HJ1064 Celebrating the life of Josh Hardy. passed senate
HJ1065 Commending George Joseph Hillow III. passed senate
HJ1066 Commending Robinson Secondary School wrestling team. passed senate
HJ1067 Commending the Patrick Henry College intercollegiate moot court team. passed senate
HJ1068 Commemorating the teaching of the historical 1606 First Virginia Charter. passed senate
HJ1069 Commending Breaux Vineyards. passed senate
HJ1070 Commending Sunset Hills Vineyard. passed senate
HJ1071 Commending the Loudoun Valley High School STEM Club. passed senate
HJ1072 Commending the Lovettsville Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company. passed senate
HJ1073 Commending Michele Coates. passed senate
HJ1074 Commending Sergeant John Kelly. passed senate
HJ1075 Commending the Douglass School. passed senate
HJ1076 Commending the Loudoun County High School girls' soccer team. passed senate
HJ1077 Commending the Woodgrove High School girls' lacrosse team. passed senate
HJ1078 Commending Briar Woods High School boys' lacrosse team. passed senate
HJ1079 Commending the Honorable Burke F. McCahill. passed senate
HJ1080 Celebrating the life of Grady Craven Frank, Jr. passed senate
HJ1081 Celebrating the life of William Livingston Berry. passed senate
HJ1082 Celebrating the life of Carolyn Su Allen Saunders Webb. passed senate
HJ1083 Celebrating the life of Nancy Rogerson Brown Reuter. passed senate
HJ1084 Commending the first responders to the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula tornado. passed senate
HJ1085 Speaker of the House of Delegates and Joint Rules Committee; appointments. passed senate
HJ1086 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Miche McQuigg. passed senate
HJ1087 Commending The Barns at Hamilton Station Vineyards. passed senate
HJ1088 Judges; election in circuit court, general district court, etc. passed senate
HR141 Christian heritage; recognizes influence in Virginia. dead
HR266 Commending James Bowman. passed house
HR267 Commending St. Paul's Church of God in Christ. passed house
HR268 Day of Tears. passed house
HR269 Commending Annie Belle Daniels. passed house
HR270 Celebrating the life of Captain Arthur C. Derrick, USN, Ret. passed house
HR271 Celebrating the life of Samuel L. Green, Jr. passed house
HR272 Commending Miles Williams. passed house
HR273 Celebrating the life of William Harrison Bledsoe. passed house
HR274 Commending the Brandon Heights Fourth of July Parade. passed house
HR275 Celebrating the life of Willis E. Lowery. passed house
HR276 Commending Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church. passed house
HR277 Celebrating the life of Theodore Eugene Thieman, Sr. passed house
HR278 Commending Lynn Wiggins. passed house
HR279 Celebrating the life of Darlene Bardon McKenzie. passed house
HR280 Celebrating the life of Ralph McKinley Dillow, Jr. passed house
HR281 Commending the New Kent Middle School football team. passed house
HR282 Celebrating the life of Alvin W. Blaha. passed house
HR283 Celebrating the life of Jack W. Gravely. passed house
HR284 Celebrating the life of Charles Winston Britt, Sr. passed house
HR285 Commending the Rotary Club of Petersburg (Breakfast). passed house
HR286 Commending the Eastside High School one-act play team. passed house
HR287 Salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed house
HR288 Commending Piney Grove Baptist Church. passed house
HR289 Commending the Appomattox County High School football team. passed house
HR290 Commending the Rustburg Dixie Youth Baseball O-Zone All-Star team. passed house
HR291 Celebrating the life of James Pinckney Townsend. passed house
HR292 Celebrating the life of John Bucker Beirne, Sr. passed house
HR293 Commending the Riverside High School golf team. passed house
HR294 Commending the Riverside High School competitive cheer team. passed house
HR295 Commending the Broad Run High School competitive cheer team. passed house
HR296 Commending the Broad Run High School iGEM team. passed house
HR297 Christian heritage. passed house
HR298 Commending the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. passed house
HR299 Commending the Green Beret Foundation. passed house
HR300 Commending Rose Yvonne Lewis. passed house
HR301 Commending the Mathews Ruritan Club. passed house
HR302 House Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming nomination by the Speaker of the House of Delegates. passed house
HR303 Denouncing the intimidation of the Commonwealth's residents. dead
HR304 Celebrating the life of Ralph Edmond Stanley. passed house
HR305 Commending Tom Harding. passed house
HR306 Celebrating the life of Deitra Sheckler Copeland. passed house
HR307 Nominating a person to be elected to the Court of Appeals of Virginia. passed house
HR308 Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships. passed house
HR309 Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships. passed house
HR310 Nominating persons to be elected to juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeships. passed house
HR311 Nominating persons to be elected a member of the Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission. passed house
HR312 Nominating a person to be elected to the Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission. passed house
HR313 Nominating person to be elected as the Auditor of Public Accounts. passed house
HR314 Celebrating the life of Mary Elizabeth Haas. passed house
HR315 Celebrating the life of Fred Walker Callis, Sr. passed house
HR316 Commending the Dinwiddie Angels softball team. passed house
HR317 Commending the Dinwiddie Darlings softball team. passed house
HR318 Commending the Lebanon High School softball team. passed house
HR319 Commending the Dinwiddie Nationals Coach Pitch All-Stars baseball team. passed house
HR320 Celebrating the life of Robert Worthington Nunnally Smith, Sr. passed house
HR321 Celebrating the life of Henry D. Medlin. passed house
HR322 Commending the Appomattox Dixie Youth Baseball boys' all-star team. passed house
HR323 Commending the Rustburg High School baseball team. passed house
HR324 Celebrating the life of Donald Fitzgerald Reilly. passed house
HR325 Celebrating the life of Calvin H. Thigpen, Sr. M.D. passed house
HR326 Commending Phillips Programs. passed house
HR327 Commending Daniel W. Duncan. passed house
HR328 Celebrating the life of Caitlin Piper Gorove-Funk. passed house
HR329 Commending Karen S. Whetzel. passed house
HR330 Commending Sherry Heishman. passed house
HR331 Commending Melissa D. Hensley. passed house
HR332 Celebrating the life of Robert Parks Good. passed house
HR333 Celebrating the life of Albert T. Mitchell. passed house
HR334 Celebrating the life of Sue Ella Boatright-Wells. passed house
HR335 Celebrating the life of Ronald Lee Slemp. passed house
HR336 Celebrating the life of Arlie Collier, Jr. passed house
HR337 Commending James T. Rogers. passed house
HR338 Commending Alice Lynch. passed house
HR339 Commending Doug Smith. passed house
HR340 Commending Connor's Heroes Foundation. passed house
HR341 Commending the South Norfolk Ruritan Club. passed house
HR342 Commending Bill Dee. passed house
HR343 Celebrating the life of Bruce Rose. passed house
HR344 Celebrating the life of John Snyder Baker. passed house
HR345 Celebrating the life of Robert O. Alphin. passed house
HR346 Celebrating the life of Robert Williams Herzog. passed house
HR347 Celebrating the life of Jose Monge Montano, Jr. passed house
HR348 Celebrating the life of Manuel Abuan Hipol, M.D. passed house
HR349 Celebrating the life of Francis H. Payne, Jr. passed house
HR350 Celebrating the life of Thomas Edward Graves, Jr. passed house
HR351 Commending Virginia Thrasher. passed house
HR352 Commending the Reverend Nigel W. D. Mumford. passed house
HR353 Commending Goodson-Kinderhook Volunteer Fire Department. passed house
HR354 Celebrating the life of Sander George Dukas. passed house
HR355 Celebrating the life of Colonel George P. Shamer II, USAF, Ret. passed house
HR356 Celebrating the life of Carolyn K. Castleberry. passed house
HR357 Commending Chantel Ray. passed house
HR358 Commending Mark DiLuigi. passed house
HR359 Commending Loudoun Hunger Relief. passed house
HR360 Commending the Medical Surgical Unit at Inova Loudoun Hospital. passed house
HR361 Commending Loudoun County Animal Services. passed house
HR362 Commending the Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services. passed house
HR363 Commending the Fairfax County Department of Vehicle Services. passed house
HR364 Commending the Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin. passed house
HR365 Commending the Cave Spring High School tennis team. passed house
HR366 Commending Cave Spring High School. passed house
HR367 Commending the Hidden Valley High School boys' tennis team. passed house
HR368 Commending the Hidden Valley High School volleyball team. passed house
HR369 Commending the Salem High School forensics team. passed house
HR370 Commending James Baron. passed house
HR371 Commending Shawn McNeill. passed house
HR372 Commending Ben Kennedy. passed house
HR373 Commending Page Moir. passed house
HR374 Commending David T. Goodman. passed house
HR375 Commending Spencer R. St. Cyr. passed house
HR376 Commending the Salem High School football team. passed house
HR377 Commending Brandon Alterio. passed house
HR378 Commending the Honorable Mamye E. BaCote. passed house
HR379 Celebrating the life of Sidea Lashae Griffin. passed house
HR380 Celebrating the life of Arthur Duane Fender, Jr. passed house
HR381 Celebrating the life of Sumpter Turner Priddy, Jr. passed house
HR382 Commending the Appomattox Dixie Youth Machine Pitch All-Stars baseball team. passed house
HR383 Commending Barbara Haymes. passed house
HR384 Commending Tri-County Community Action Agency. passed house
HR385 Celebrating the life of Kathy Graham Sullivan. passed house
HR386 Commending Eddie Garretson. passed house
HR387 Commending Autry O. V. DeBusk.
HR388 Commending Harry Maxwell Healy. passed house
HR389 Celebrating the life of Henry Clay Meador, Jr. passed house
HR390 Commending the PGA of America. passed house
HR391 Celebrating the life of Brian M. Clukey. passed house
HR392 Celebrating the life of Eli Mitri Habib. passed house
HR393 Celebrating the life of Thomas Walter Caldroney, M.D. passed house
HR394 Celebrating the life of Robert C. Williams, Sr. passed house
HR395 Commending Broad Run High School DECA. passed house
HR396 Commending Stone Bridge High School DECA. passed house
HR397 Commending The Virginia Opry. passed house
HR398 Commending Marty L. Miller. passed house
HR399 Commending Vincent Edward Scully. passed house
HR400 Celebrating the life of Jean Felton Sharpe. passed house
HR401 Celebrating the life of Frank Thaddeus Vaughan, Sr. passed house
HR402 Commending Noah T. South. passed house
HR403 Celebrating the life of Edward Gaines. passed house
HR404 Commending Master Chief Petty Officer William Goines, USN, Ret. passed house
HR405 Celebrating the life of Margaret Elizabeth Bailey Rackley. passed house
HR406 Commending Sullins Academy. passed house
HR407 Commending Ashley Herndon. passed house
HR408 Commending first responders to the Appomattox County tornado. passed house
HR409 Commending the Vietnam War Monument in Newport News. passed house
HR410 Commending Bethel Baptist Church. passed house
HR411 Commending First Presbyterian Preschool. passed house
HR412 Celebrating the life of Susan Laurie Mickens. passed house
HR413 Commending the Russell County Community Work Program. passed house
HR414 Celebrating the life of Sarah Jacqueline Mullins Gilliam. passed house
HR415 Commending the Loudoun County Chapter of the American Red Cross. passed house
HR416 Commending Jonathan Paul. passed house
HR417 Celebrating the life of Raleigh Thomas Warren. passed house
HR418 Commending Tenants and Workers United. passed house
HR419 Commending Lenna Jo Davis. passed house
HR420 Commending James B. Oliver, Jr. passed house
HR421 Commending the Reverend Curtis Eugene Edmonds, Sr. passed house
HR422 Celebrating the life of Richard Edward Cornwell. passed house
HR423 Celebrating the life of Milton R. Liverman. passed house
HR424 Celebrating the life of Juan Dip. passed house
HR425 Celebrating the life of William C. Boinest. passed house
HR426 Celebrating the life of Anne Ferrell Bordelon. passed house
HR427 Celebrating the life of Anne Davis Kellum. passed house
HR428 Commending Mills E. Godwin High School girls' soccer team. passed house
HR429 Commending the Third District of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. passed house
HR430 Commending The New Chesapeake Men for Progress Educational Foundation, Inc. passed house
HR431 Public institutions of higher education; free speech. passed house
HR432 Celebrating the life of Virginia Drew Randolph. passed house
HR433 Celebrating the life of Charles Milton McKinney III. passed house
HR434 Commending Eva Elizabeth Coates. passed house
HR435 Commending Marshall Price. passed house
HR436 Celebrating the life of Abram H. Clymer. passed house
HR437 Commending Leadership Prince William. passed house
HR438 Commending the George Mason University Science and Technology Campus. passed house
HR439 Celebrating the life of Robert W. Lawrence. passed house
HR440 Commending Everett Frank Dunton. passed house
HR441 Commending the Ridgeview High School girls' basketball team. passed house
HR442 Commending Edward McCann, Sr. passed house
HR443 Commending Burns Brothers Cleaners. passed house
HR444 Commending the Riverside High School girls' swim team. passed house
HR445 Celebrating the life of John Whitman Lawson. passed house
HR446 Commending Donna L. Snellings. passed house
HR447 Commending the Osbourn High School Student Council Association. passed house
HR448 Commending Robin R. Perkins. passed house
HR449 Commending Robin M. Albrecht. passed house
HR450 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Douglas Gray Burgoyne. passed house
HR451 Commending Virginia Department of Forestry tree seedling nurseries. passed house
HR452 Celebrating the life of Curtis Montgomery. passed house
HR453 Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships. passed house
HR454 Nominating a person to be elected to general district court judgeship. passed house
HR455 Nominating persons to be elected to juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeships. passed house
HR456 Nominating persons to be elected as members of the Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission. passed house
HR457 Commending Deep Sran. passed house
HR458 Commending Christopher P. Morrill. passed house
HR459 Commending the Woodstock Volunteer Rescue Squad. passed house
HR460 Commending Douglas Lynn Purdham. passed house
HR461 Commending Virginia's technology sector. passed house
HR462 Commending the Shenandoah County Fair. passed house
HR463 Celebrating the life of Nola Ann DeStephen. passed house
HR464 Celebrating the life of the Honorable H. Dudley Payne, Jr. passed house
HR465 Commending the Bank of Botetourt. passed house
HR466 Commending the Bank of Fincastle. passed house
HR467 Commending the Christiansburg High School wrestling team. passed house
HR468 Commending the Hidden Valley High School boys' swim team. passed house
HR469 Commending Cassie Wheeler. passed house
HR470 Commending Madilyn Wheeler. passed house
HR471 Commending the Rustburg Dixie Youth AAA All-Stars baseball team. passed house
HR472 Commending the Appomattox Dixie Youth Angels softball team. passed house
HR473 Commending the McLean High School gymnastics team. passed house
HR474 Commending the Virginia Museum of Natural History. passed house
HR475 Commending Virginia DeMolay. passed house
# Title Status
SB3 Building Revitalization Grant Fund; created, report. dead
SB6 Private animal shelters; reporting euthanasia. dead
SB10 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. dead
SB15 Economic development, local; transfer of taxes to qualified locality. dead
SB17 STEM programs; grants for donations to programs at qualified schools. dead
SB18 Companion animals; surgical sterilization program. dead
SB20 Patient-Centered Medical Home Advisory Council; established. dead
SB26 Problem-Solving Docket Act; established, report. dead
SB35 Vehicle registration fees; funds allocated to Department of State Police. dead
SB52 Virginia Student Loan Refinancing Authority; established, report. dead
SB53 Abortion; removes requirement that a woman undergo ultrasound prior to procedure. dead
SB60 Commonwealth of Virginia Transform I-66 Corridor Outside the Beltway Bond Act of 2016; created. dead
SB65 Virginia Sickness and Disability Program; open enrollment period. dead
SB66 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses, accommodation, penalty. dead
SB69 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification. dead
SB93 Correctional Officer Procedural Guarantee Act; created. dead
SB100 Charitable gaming; limits audit and administration fee of charitable organization. dead
SB101 Police and court records; expungement of records. dead
SB105 Virginia Housing Trust Fund; revenue deposits. dead
SB119 Small Business; changes in definition, regulation by U.S. Small Business Administration. dead
SB135 Human trafficking training; DCJS to establish for law-enforcement, etc. dead
SB139 Electric utility regulation; agricultural net energy metering. dead
SB140 Electric utilities; net energy metering, standby charges. dead
SB142 Solar thermal system; tax credit. dead
SB149 Health insurance plan, local option; participation of regional emergency medical services councils. dead
SB157 Virginia adjusted gross income; sale of certain crops by farmers to craft breweries. dead
SB168 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; adjusts annual supplement. dead
SB178 Concealed handgun permits; reciprocity with other states. dead
SB187 Transfer of firearms; permit required. dead
SB194 Police and court records; expungement of records. dead
SB197 Interstate 73 Corridor Development Fund and Program; created. dead
SB200 Qualified equity and subordinated debt investments; raises cap on total amount of credits. dead
SB203 Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments. dead
SB232 Capital outlay plan; revises six-year plan for projects. dead
SB236 Government Data Collection & Dissemination Practices Act; collection & use of personal information. dead
SB255 Toll relief; Department of Transportation to study. dead
SB271 Adoption; leave benefit. dead
SB290 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; required disclosures pertaining to NASA airfield. dead
SB297 Line of Duty Act; certain employees of DOC included in definition of deceased person under Act. dead
SB317 Veterans Docket Act; established, report. dead
SB330 Tuition, in-state; eligibility of members of Virginia National Guard. dead
SB353 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; conservation officers. dead
SB365 Prioritization of statewide transportation projects; exceptions. dead
SB373 Alcoholic beverage control; food sale requirements for businesses. dead
SB379 Speed limits; fines doubled for speeding on certain highways. dead
SB380 Behavioral Health Docket Act; established, report. dead
SB383 Health insurance; parity of coverage for oral chemotherapy medications. dead
SB394 Health care; plan to increase transparency in delivery, etc. dead
SB401 Crohn's disease, colitis, etc.; identification cards and information. dead
SB402 Virginia Higher Education Scholarship Act Fund; created. dead
SB403 Virginia Energy Storage Consortium: created, terms of Board members, report. dead
SB406 Consumer finance companies; open-end credit plans, sharing location with motor vehicle title lender. dead
SB410 Alcoholic beverage control; consumption of samples by brewery tour guides. dead
SB419 Operation of a child welfare agency without a license; negligence resulting in death or injury. dead
SB428 Standards of Learning assessments; administration time frame. dead
SB429 Creation of the Commonwealth Genomics and Personalized Medicine Authority. dead
SB439 Voter identification; information contained in electronic pollbook. dead
SB442 Health benefit plans; prescription drugs; tiers. dead
SB447 Attorney General, Offices of; employment of special counsel. dead
SB483 Occupational safety and health; employer's liability for violation by contractor. dead
SB486 Land preservation tax credits; certain donations of land. dead
SB487 Prescription drug price transparency. dead
SB488 Mixed beverage restaurant licensees; food-to-beverage ratio. dead
SB489 Alcoholic beverage control; food-beverage ratio. dead
SB505 Standards of Learning assessments; reporting results. dead
SB509 Interpleader; earnest money deposits. dead
SB521 Expungement of certain charges and convictions. dead
SB523 Line of Duty Act; includes firefighters and emergency medical services trainees in Act. dead
SB526 Motor vehicle safety inspections; single sticker. dead
SB528 Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; eligibility. dead
SB530 Cable franchises; service availability in certain areas. dead
SB533 Sales and use tax; exemption for certain nonprofit entities. dead
SB546 Possession or transportation of firearms following convictions for certain misdemeanor crimes. dead
SB550 Virginia Veterans Recovery Grant Program; established, etc. dead
SB558 Dredging; TMDL credits, request for assignment of credits equivalent to street sweeping. dead
SB561 Certificates of public need. dead
SB586 Virginia Public Procurement Act; requirements for use of construction management. dead
SB591 Taxicab services; regulation by localities, background checks. dead
SB599 Virginia Electronic Communications Privacy Act; established, report. dead
SB601 Child care providers; criminal history background checks. dead
SB617 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; certain members of enforcement division of DMV. dead
SB618 Standard deduction; adjusted for inflation. dead
SB619 Line of Duty Act; probation and parole officers. dead
SB620 Nurse practitioners; eliminates requirement that they practice as part of patient care team. dead
SB627 Direct primary care agreements. dead
SB644 Battery; public transportation operators; penalty. dead
SB650 Primary elections; voter registration by political party affiliation. dead
SB669 Highway maintenance payments; bicycle lanes. dead
SB671 Lyme disease; treatment of a patient. dead
SB689 Common Interest Community Board; increases membership. dead
SB696 Medicare; supplement policies for individuals under age 65. dead
SB698 Dam Safety, Flood Prevention and Protection Assistance Fund; disbursement of moneys. dead
SB702 Bridge structures; attachment to locality, annual service fee. dead
SB703 DMV; charges for information supplied to toll facility operators. dead
SB717 Vineyards and Orchards Grant Fund and Program; created and established. dead
SB723 Campaign finance; contributions from out-of-state sources prohibited. dead
SB733 Income tax, state; annual adjustment for inflation. dead
SB741 Tax administration; awards for detection of tax underpayments. dead
SB742 Motor vehicles; fuels sales tax in certain transportation districts. dead
SB752 Health insurance provider contracts; accepting enrollees as patients. dead
SB757 Income tax, state; modifies tax by establishing a flat 5.75% tax on all taxable income. dead
SB759 Public schools; dyslexia advisor. dead
SB762 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Virginia Women Veterans. dead
SB763 Special education; recording of classrooms. dead
SB779 Electric utility regulation; net energy metering. dead
SB782 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. dead
SB783 Public employment; prohibits discrimination on basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. dead
SB784 Marijuana offenses; driver's license forfeiture, etc. in committee
SB785 Minimum wage; increases wage from its current level to $8.00 per hour effective July 1, 2017. dead
SB786 Charter; Town of Grottoes. signed by governor
SB787 Sales & use tax; prohibits accelerated collection of payments from retail merchants & other dealers. dead
SB788 Income tax, state; rate of taxation. dead
SB789 Income tax, corporate; rate of taxation. dead
SB790 Crimes against law-enforcement officers, firefighters, and other emergency personnel; penalty. dead
SB791 Concealed handgun permits; fee for processing. dead
SB792 Absentee voting; entitles persons age 65 or older on date of an election to vote absentee. dead
SB793 Small businesses; waiver of tax penalties. signed by governor
SB794 City of Chesapeake; pilot program for problem-solving docket. in committee
SB795 Register of funds expended; required posting by localities & school divisions on public gov website. dead
SB796 Police and court records; expungement of certain charges and convictions. dead
SB797 Competency to stand trial; evaluations. dead
SB798 Virginia adjusted gross income; sale of certain crops to craft breweries. dead
SB799 Companion animal; surgical sterilization program, penalty. stricken
SB800 Direct primary care agreements; the Commonwealth's insurance laws do not apply. passed
SB801 Dogs; public animal shelters required to notify intent to euthanize. dead
SB802 Camping in tent or recreational vehicle; special use permit. stricken
SB803 Executive budget; zero-based budgeting principles. dead
SB804 Retail Sales and Use Tax; media-related exemptions. signed by governor
SB805 Vehicle registration fees; funds for Department of State Police. dead
SB806 Interstate 73 Corridor Development Fund and Program. signed by governor
SB807 Judges; reduces number in circuit courts in the Twenty-first and Twenty-second Circuits. dead
SB808 Discretionary sentencing guidelines worksheets; use by juries. dead
SB809 Firearms; person to report loss or theft within 24 hours. dead
SB810 Food stamp program; categorical eligibility. dead
SB811 Law-enforcement officers; de-escalation training requirement. dead
SB812 Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Board for; home inspections, required statement. passed
SB813 Electric utility regulation; solar generation facilities. dead
SB814 Foreign business entities; services of summons for witness or subpoena duces tecum. dead
SB815 Child support, unpaid; priority of debts to be paid from decedent's assets. signed by governor
SB816 Grand larceny & certain property crimes; increases threshold amount of money taken, etc., to $1,000. dead
SB817 Restricted driver's license; purposes. signed by governor
SB818 Potomac River Watershed; DEQ to identify owner of any combined sewer overflow outfall, etc. incorporated
SB819 Alexandria, City of; Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) system permit, Potomac River outfall. dead
SB820 Menhaden fishery; VMRC to adopt regulations for managing the Commonwealth's fishery. dead
SB821 Primary elections; adds political party affiliation to information for voter registration. dead
SB822 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices, sexual orientation and gender. dead
SB823 Service of process; multifamily residential real estate and common interest communities. in committee
SB824 Sick leave for employees; private employers to give to each full-time employee paid sick days, etc. dead
SB825 New sentencing hearing; abolition of parole. dead
SB826 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification. dead
SB827 Elections; absentee voting by persons age 70 or older. incorporated
SB828 Family life education; certain curricula and standards of learning. dead
SB829 Alternatives to suspension; Board of Education shall establish guidelines for local school boards. signed by governor
SB830 Food stamps; eligibility to receive benefits if convicted of drug-related felonies. dead
SB831 Marijuana; manufacture or possession, accommodation to another individual, penalty. in committee
SB832 Firearm transactions; voluntary background checks, clarification of provisions. dead
SB833 Fines and court costs; community work in lieu of payment. dead
SB834 Governor; efficiency and effectiveness review and assessment of state departments, agencies, etc. dead
SB835 Income tax, corporate; lowers tax rate to 2.5 percent. dead
SB836 License taxes; if locality imposes tax upon business, tax shall be based upon Va. taxable income. dead
SB837 Electors for President and Vice President; allocation of electoral votes by congressional district. dead
SB838 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Scholarship Pilot Program; DSS to establish and administer. dead
SB839 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, etc. signed by governor
SB840 Civics Education, Commission on; renamed Commission on Civic Education, extends sunset provision. signed by governor
SB841 Marijuana; possession or distribution for medical purposes, affirmative defense for treatment. in committee
SB842 Portsmouth, City of; amending charter, repeals Civil Service Commission. stricken
SB843 Biennial appropriation act. dead
SB844 Absentee voting; no-excuse in-person available 21 days prior to election. dead
SB845 Absentee voting; eligibility of certain caregivers. dead
SB846 Virginia Interim Redistricting Commission; criteria for remedial redistricting plans. dead
SB847 Paid family leave; Commissioner of Labor and Industry to develop an implementation plan for program. dead
SB848 Naloxone; dispensing for use in opioid overdose reversal, etc. signed by governor
SB849 Income tax, state; creates a deduction for small business owners. dead
SB850 Correctional Officer Procedural Guarantee Act; created. dead
SB851 Weekend jail time; replaces the provision limiting nonconsecutive days. stricken
SB852 Pet shops; procurement of dogs from unlicensed dealers. signed by governor
SB853 Criminal cases; delayed appeals, assignments of errors dismissed in part. signed by governor
SB854 Unpaid court fines, etc.; increases grace period for collection. passed
SB855 Trooper Chad Phillip Dermyer Memorial Bridge; designating as Rt. 143 bridge over Interstate 64. signed by governor
SB856 Cats and dogs; authorizes local government to provide for lifetime licenses. signed by governor
SB857 Conditional rezoning; certain conditional rezoning proffers, floor area ratio. dead
SB858 Discontinued cases; court has discretion to reinstate case. dead
SB859 Spousal support; termination upon payor's retirement. dead
SB860 Use of handheld personal communications devices while driving; penalty. dead
SB861 Preliminary protective orders; contents of order. dead
SB862 Driving after forfeiture of license. dead
SB863 Operating a motor vehicle; obstructed view; secondary offense. dead
SB864 Electoral board appointments; chief judge of the judicial circuit or his designee make appointment. passed
SB865 Furnishing certain weapons to minor; exemption. vetoed by governor
SB866 Boating safety course; database listing operators who have passed course. signed by governor
SB867 Lien against person whose negligence causes injury; emergency medical services agency. signed by governor
SB868 Child protective services; investigation of complaints of child abuse or neglect. signed by governor
SB869 Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Commission; sunset. signed by governor
SB870 Electronic filing of land records; fee for paper filing. signed by governor
SB871 Third-party registration groups; registration, disclosure, and recordkeeping requirements. dead
SB872 Absentee voting; applications and ballots; photo identification required. vetoed by governor
SB873 Authority of fire chief over unmanned aircraft systems at a fire, etc.; civil liability. signed by governor
SB874 Attorney discipline; procedures. signed by governor
SB875 Recordation tax; exemption. signed by governor
SB876 Kinship Guardianship Assistance program. dead
SB877 Regulations governing hospitals; facilities performing abortions. dead
SB878 Congressional and state legislative districts. dead
SB879 Retired circuit court judges under recall; qualification by Committees for Courts of Justice. dead
SB880 Genetic counselors; licensing; grandfather clause. signed by governor
SB881 Va Retirement System (VRS); receipt of retirement allowance while employed in a covered position. dead
SB882 Absentee voting; eligibility of any registered voter. dead
SB883 Expungement of police and court records; costs. dead
SB884 Waste and recycling charges; liens. dead
SB885 Tests for infection with human immunodeficiency virus or hepatitis B, C virus; order of magistrate. stricken
SB886 Gas severance tax. signed by governor
SB887 Prioritization of statewide transportation projects; exceptions. dead
SB888 Civil immunity; emergency services and communications. in committee
SB889 Concealed handgun permit fees; exemptions; retired probation and parole officers. signed by governor
SB890 Ignition interlock; time for installation. dead
SB891 Perpetual care trust funds; method of distribution. signed by governor
SB892 Absentee voting; deadline for requesting absentee ballot by means other than in person. stricken
SB893 Firearm locks required for sale or transfer of handguns; warning against accessibility to children. in committee
SB894 Commissioner of Behavioral Health and Developmental Srvcs; reports of critical incidents or death. signed by governor
SB895 Inpatient psychiatric hospital admission; defendant found incompetent. incorporated
SB896 Volunteer Firefighters' and Rescue Squad Workers' Service Award Fund Board; meetings. signed by governor
SB897 Child care providers; criminal history background check; penalty. signed by governor
SB898 DEQ; combined sewer overflow (CSO) outfalls; Potomac River Watershed. passed
SB899 Reformulated gasoline; sale for farm use. signed by governor
SB900 Budget Bill. dead
SB901 Park authority liability; immunity. dead
SB902 Primary elections; voter registration by political party. dead
SB903 Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act. signed by governor
SB904 VWC; permits commissioners and deputy commissioners to carry a concealed weapon. signed by governor
SB905 Redevelopment and housing authority; compensation of commissioners. dead
SB906 Introduction of snakehead fish; penalty. signed by governor
SB907 Governing boards of public institutions of higher education; leadership; residency. signed by governor
SB908 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple marijuana possession. dead
SB909 Menhaden; total allowable landings. signed by governor
SB910 Virginia Oil and Gas Act; sampling and replacing contaminated wells. signed by governor
SB911 Orphaned Well Fund; surcharge. signed by governor
SB912 Virginia taxable income of residents; reorganization of additions, subtractions, and deductions. signed by governor
SB913 Uniform Trust Decanting Act; creation. signed by governor
SB914 Reduction of amount of lien for medical services paid for by the Commonwealth. dead
SB915 Firearm transfers; penalties. dead
SB916 Virginia Register Act; guidance documents; duty to file with the Registrar. signed by governor
SB917 Electric utility regulation; agricultural net energy metering. incorporated
SB918 Renewable energy; third-party power purchase agreements. dead
SB919 Removal of blight; building collapse; emergency. signed by governor
SB920 Lien priority. signed by governor
SB921 Commonwealth Transportation Board; statewide prioritization process. stricken
SB922 Dept of Professional and Occupational Regulation and Department of Health Professions; licensure. signed by governor
SB923 Grand larceny; threshold. incorporated
SB924 Gov Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; use of personal inform. by law enforcement. dead
SB925 Plastic bag tax in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. dead
SB926 Noise violations; civil penalty. signed by governor
SB927 Eminent domain; timing for initiation of 'quick-take' condemnation procedure for just compensation. signed by governor
SB928 Substitute judges. signed by governor
SB929 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; membership composition. dead
SB930 Conservation and replacement of trees; land development processes. dead
SB931 Va Freedom of Information Act; working papers and correspondence exempt.for presidents of higher ed. dead
SB932 Conveyance of utility easements; transportation. signed by governor
SB933 DCJS training; jail officers; mental health first aid. incorporated
SB934 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts legal tender coins. signed by governor
SB935 Inpatient psychiatric hospital admission; defendant found incompetent. signed by governor
SB936 Constitutional officers; local leave benefits. signed by governor
SB937 Office of the Children's Ombudsman. dead
SB938 Smoking in outdoor public place; locality regulation. dead
SB939 Line of Duty Act; death benefit eligibility; Department of Military Affairs employees. dead
SB940 Mental health screening of prisoners at local correctional facilities. dead
SB941 Forensic discharge planning services; local and regional correctional facilities. signed by governor
SB942 Deaths of inmates in local correctional facilities; review by State Board of Corrections. incorporated
SB943 Alcoholic beverage control; location of government stores. dead
SB944 Institutions of higher education; possession and administration of epinephrine. signed by governor
SB945 Examining and approving a statement in lieu of the settlement of accounts; fee for commissioner. dead
SB946 Appeal to Supreme Court; time frame for filing of petition. signed by governor
SB947 Petition for appeal to Supreme Court; time period within which petition must be presented. signed by governor
SB948 Tobacco Board; composition, increases excise tax on bright flue-cured & type 21 dark-fired tobacco. signed by governor
SB949 Southern Virginia Higher Education Center; members of board of trustees, powers and duties. signed by governor
SB950 Nonrepairable and rebuilt vehicles; eliminates certain requirement sunset provision, report. signed by governor
SB951 School service providers; student access to collected personal information. signed by governor
SB952 False statements to members of the General Assembly; state employees and appointees. dead
SB953 Muzzleloader firearms; definition. signed by governor
SB954 Toll violations. dead
SB955 Certain educational institutions; designation of governing boards. dead
SB956 County food and beverage tax. dead
SB957 Recordings; destruction or seizure by a law-enforcement officer. dead
SB958 Disclosure of information regarding former deputy sheriffs and law-enforcement officers. dead
SB959 Va Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; landlord to inspect vacated dwelling for abandoned animals. dead
SB960 Absentee ballots; expediting counting of absentee ballots returned by mail prior to election day. signed by governor
SB961 Absentee voting; processing of rejected absentee ballots. signed by governor
SB962 Sales and use tax; nexus for out-of-state businesses. passed
SB963 Land preservation tax credit; per taxpayer limitation. signed by governor
SB964 Running bamboo; cutting by localities; ordinance prohibiting spread; designation of certain plants. signed by governor
SB965 State and Local Government Conflict of Interests Act; prohibited contracts. signed by governor
SB966 Residential rental property. signed by governor
SB967 Local industrial development authorities; port authority. signed by governor
SB968 Hunting license; bear, deer, or turkey; electronic carry. signed by governor
SB969 Legislative drafting requests. signed by governor
SB970 Alcoholic beverage control (ABC); food-to-beverage ratio for certain mixed beverage licensees. dead
SB971 Alcoholic beverage control; purchase of wine by restaurant from retailer. stricken
SB972 Requests for information by members of the General Assembly; responses not subject to redaction. dead
SB973 Assault and battery; health care providers; penalty. signed by governor
SB974 Palliative care information and resources. signed by governor
SB975 Community services boards; duties include providing preadmission screening to regional jail inmates. signed by governor
SB976 Va Economic Development Partnership Authority; site and building assessment program. signed by governor
SB977 Commonwealth's tax code; conformity with federal law; emergency. signed by governor
SB978 Minimum wage. dead
SB979 Elections; absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person. incorporated
SB980 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; State Fire Marshal; consumer fireworks; penalties. dead
SB981 Charity health care services; liability protection for administrators. signed by governor
SB982 Motion picture production tax credit. signed by governor
SB983 Children from birth to age five who are deaf, deaf-blind, or hard-of-hearing; parent resource. stricken
SB984 Water Quality Improvement Fund; water reuse facilities. stricken
SB985 Higher education; in-state tuition. dead
SB986 Higher education; in-state tuition. dead
SB987 Higher education; in-state tuition. dead
SB988 Virginia Employment Commission; population projections. signed by governor
SB989 Commonwealth's Twenty marksmanship award. signed by governor
SB990 Electric energy consumption reduction goal; progress reports. signed by governor
SB991 Residential rental property. signed by governor
SB992 Charter; City of Hopewell; water renewal commission. signed by governor
SB993 Lease agreements; late charge. dead
SB994 Insurance assessments; refunds of overpayments. signed by governor
SB995 Student discipline; long-term suspension. dead
SB996 Public schools; student discipline. stricken
SB997 Public schools; student discipline. dead
SB998 Department of Motor Vehicles; availability of accident reports. stricken
SB999 Comprehensive community colleges; academic credit. signed by governor
SB1000 Officer-involved shootings; model policy for investigations; disclosure of report. dead
SB1001 Fort Monroe Authority; increases number of members on Board of Trustees. signed by governor
SB1002 Absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person available 21 days prior to election. incorporated
SB1003 Wireless E-911 Fund; distribution percentages. signed by governor
SB1004 Judicial discretion for toll violations. incorporated
SB1005 Community services boards and behavioral health authorities; services to be provided, report. signed by governor
SB1006 Commitment hearings; sharing of records and information. signed by governor
SB1007 Study; Dept of Behavioral Health and Medical Assist Serv. Involuntary Mental Commitment Fund. dead
SB1008 Barrier crimes; clarifies individual crimes, criminal history records checks. passed
SB1009 Telemedicine, practice of; prescribing controlled substances. signed by governor
SB1010 Virginia Casino Gaming Commission; regulation of casino gaming; penalties. dead
SB1011 Virginia Casino Gaming Commission; regulation of casino gaming; penalties. dead
SB1012 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming; penalties. dead
SB1013 Host Localities Economic Development Incentive and Transportation Support Funds; created, etc. dead
SB1014 Water public utilities; rate increases. dead
SB1015 Public schools; kindergarten instructional time. dead
SB1016 Absentee voting; entitles persons age 65 or older on date of an election to vote absentee. incorporated
SB1017 School attendance officer; powers and duties. dead
SB1018 Temporary exemption periods from retail sales and use taxes for qualifying items; sunset dates. signed by governor
SB1019 Board of Accountancy. signed by governor
SB1020 Peer recovery specialists and qualified mental health professionals; registration. signed by governor
SB1021 Failure to obey highway sign where driver sleeping or resting; prepayable offense. signed by governor
SB1022 Toll operators and HOT lanes operators; annual report to VDOT. dead
SB1023 Concealed handgun permits; sharing of information. passed
SB1024 Doctor of medicine, etc.; reporting disabilities of drivers to DMV, not subject to civil liability. signed by governor
SB1025 Payment of estimated taxes by certain public service corporations; repeal. signed by governor
SB1026 Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; Expected Family Contribution. signed by governor
SB1027 Cannabidiol oil and THC-A oil; permitting of pharmaceutical processors to manufacture and provide. signed by governor
SB1028 Immunizations; posting of reports on individual school's website. stricken
SB1029 Virginia taxable income; deduction for personal exemptions. dead
SB1030 Nursery stock licenses; late fee for failure to renew within 30 days of expiration date. dead
SB1031 Naloxone or other opioid antagonist; possession and administration. signed by governor
SB1032 Comprehensive community colleges; tuition grants and fees for certain individuals. signed by governor
SB1033 Breach of payroll data; notification requirement. signed by governor
SB1034 Historic rehabilitation; limits amount of tax credits that may be claimed by each taxpayer. signed by governor
SB1035 Student loan servicers; student loan ombudsman. stricken
SB1036 Virginia Student Loan Refinancing Authority; refinancing loan guaranty program. dead
SB1037 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; required disclosures; local historic districts. signed by governor
SB1038 Open-end credit plans. dead
SB1039 Protective orders; possession of firearms; felony. dead
SB1040 FOIA; record exclusion for personal contact information, definition. signed by governor
SB1041 Virginia Driver's Manual course; age requirements. signed by governor
SB1042 Virginia Resources Authority. signed by governor
SB1043 Joint Commission on Health Care; sunset. signed by governor
SB1044 Nonconfidential court records; secure remote access, date of birth verification. signed by governor
SB1045 Capital outlay plan. signed by governor
SB1046 Board of Medicine; requirements for licensure. signed by governor
SB1047 DCJS training standards; community engaged policing. dead
SB1048 Death certificate; amendments other than correction of information. signed by governor
SB1049 Firearms; administration of machine gun registry, nonresident concealed handgun permits. dead
SB1050 Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth; mission. signed by governor
SB1051 Voter registration at the Department of Motor Vehicles; opt-out voter registration. stricken
SB1052 Terrorist organization, designated; providing material support or resources, exemptions, penalty. incorporated
SB1053 Student loans; licensing of qualified education loan servicers, report, civil penalties. dead
SB1054 Fire alarms; maliciously activating, penalty. signed by governor
SB1055 Remaining at place of riot or unlawful assembly after warning to disperse; penalty. dead
SB1056 Crossing established police lines, perimeters, or barricades; penalty. dead
SB1057 Injuries to property or persons by persons unlawfully or riotously assembled; penalty. dead
SB1058 Riots; unlawful assembly, penalty. in committee
SB1059 Election day voter registration; State Board of Elections to develop a pilot program, report. dead
SB1060 Female genital mutilation; criminal penalty and civil action. signed by governor
SB1061 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; exemption for sheriff's departments. signed by governor
SB1062 Definition of mental health service provider. signed by governor
SB1063 Corrections, State Board of; membership, powers and duties. signed by governor
SB1064 Mental health awareness training; law enforcement officers, firefighters, etc. dead
SB1065 Judges; increases number in general district court in 25th Judicial District. in committee
SB1066 Petition for writ of actual innocence. dead
SB1067 Assault and battery of private police officers; penalty. dead
SB1068 Ski resorts; penalties. dead
SB1069 Salvage vehicles, out-of-state; titling vehicles in the Commonwealth. signed by governor
SB1070 Speed monitoring systems. dead
SB1071 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; conservation officers. dead
SB1072 Sex offenses prohibiting proximity to children; penalty. dead
SB1073 Bridgewater, Town of; amending charter, sets out various powers typically exercised by towns, etc. passed
SB1074 Automobile clubs; a service agreement offered by a club does not constitute insurance. signed by governor
SB1075 Veterans Services Foundation; powers and duties, appointment of an Executive Director, report. signed by governor
SB1076 My Virginia Plan Program; retirement plans for employees of private employers. stricken
SB1077 Disabled parking placards; certification by mental health professional to DMV a person's disability. dead
SB1078 Catawba Hospital; DBHDS to develop a plan to expand, report. dead
SB1079 Dam Safety, Flood Prevention and Protection Assistance Fund; disbursement of moneys. dead
SB1080 Equal pay irrespective of sex. dead
SB1081 Divorce or dissolution of marriage; award of life insurance. dead
SB1082 School principals; incident reports. dead
SB1083 Charter; Town of Herndon. signed by governor
SB1084 Herndon, Town of; amending charter, shifts municipal elections from May to November. signed by governor
SB1085 Drivers' licenses, etc.; expiration and renewal of driver credentials. signed by governor
SB1086 In utero exposure to a controlled substance; departments of social services to collect information. signed by governor
SB1087 Higher education; in-state tuition. dead
SB1088 Higher educational institutions, public; fixed four-year tuition rate. dead
SB1089 Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments. dead
SB1090 Computer trespass; computer invasion of privacy, penalty, civil relief. dead
SB1091 Marijuana offenses; driver's license forfeiture. signed by governor
SB1092 Motor vehicle fuels; establishes a floor on sales tax imposed in Northern Virginia. incorporated
SB1093 Campaign finance; contribution limits, civil penalty. dead
SB1094 Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; right of resident upon eviction from a manufactured home park. stricken
SB1095 Electric utility regulation; suspension of reviews of earnings, Transitional Rate Period. dead
SB1096 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; home-based businesses, licensed child care provider. dead
SB1097 James River; designating additional segment as a scenic river. passed committee
SB1098 Standards of Quality; standards for accreditation in public schools. signed by governor
SB1099 Standards of Quality; assessments terms. dead
SB1100 New Economy Workforce Credential Grant Program; reporting by SCHEV on Program. signed by governor
SB1101 Filing and application fees for transportation network companies. signed by governor
SB1102 FOIA; records of completed unattended death investigations, definition, mandatory disclosure. passed
SB1103 FOIA; closed meeting violations, civil penalty. dead
SB1104 Form of ballot; order of independent candidates, required paperwork. signed by governor
SB1105 Registered voters and persons voting; reports of persons voting at elections. vetoed by governor
SB1106 Made in Appalachia Initiative; refundable tax credits. dead
SB1107 Sales and use tax; prohibits any requirement that a dealer remit accelerated payments, exception. dead
SB1108 Alcoholic beverage control; creates walking tour permit. signed by governor
SB1109 State-level charitable contribution deductions; elimination of certain deductions. dead
SB1110 Utility Facilities Act; associated facilities of an electrical transmission line. dead
SB1111 School calendar; adds to 'good cause' circumstances for waiver of school opening. dead
SB1112 Firearms; control of possession in chambers of local governing bodies. dead
SB1113 Contractors, Board for; optional bonding for Class A and B contractors. signed by governor
SB1114 Virginia Veteran Entrepreneurship Grant Program and Fund. dead
SB1115 State Police, Department of; development, management, and operation of information technology. dead
SB1116 Public school employees, certain; assistance with student insulin pumps by register nurse, etc. passed
SB1117 School counselors; licensure. signed by governor
SB1118 Line of Duty Act; Act includes firefighter trainees. signed by governor
SB1119 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. dead
SB1120 Workers' compensation; volunteer firemen and emergency medical services personnel. dead
SB1121 Military personnel, certain; eligibility of dependents for in-state tuition. stricken
SB1122 Applicants for public assistance; contact information. signed by governor
SB1123 Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; notice of uncorrected violations. signed by governor
SB1124 Adultery; civil penalty. dead
SB1125 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; open-end credit plans. dead
SB1126 Consumer finance companies; Internet loans, report. dead
SB1127 State Water Control Board; stormwater management programs, regulations, professional license. signed by governor
SB1128 FOIA; failure to respond to request for records, rebuttable presumption. dead
SB1129 Virginia Public Procurement Act; requirements for use of construction management contracts. signed by governor
SB1130 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; implementation of certification programs. dead
SB1131 Absentee voting; eligibility of certain persons. dead
SB1132 Absentee voting; entitles persons age 65 or older on date of an election to vote absentee. incorporated
SB1133 Voter referendum; independent redistricting commission. dead
SB1134 Charter; City of Williamsburg. signed by governor
SB1135 Inoperable vehicles James City County. dead
SB1136 Money order sellers and money transmitters; required investments. signed by governor
SB1137 Neighborhood assistance tax credits; reduces amount of credit of value for certain donations. dead
SB1138 Computer trespass; government computers and computers used for public utilities, penalty. dead
SB1139 Vested property rights; nonconforming uses. stricken
SB1140 Legal malpractice; estate planning. signed by governor
SB1141 Certificate of public need; psychiatric beds and services. dead
SB1142 Campaign finance; filing and reporting requirements applicable to certain tax-exempt organizations. dead
SB1143 Oyster grounds; dredging projects in Lynnhaven River. signed by governor
SB1144 Oyster planting grounds; Marine Resources Commission to post. enacted
SB1145 Riparian planting grounds lease; eligibility. dead
SB1146 Jail inmates; costs of medical treatment. dead
SB1147 Companion animals; changes penalty to Class 6 felony for cruelty to animals. dead
SB1148 Airspace; authority to lease or convey. signed by governor
SB1149 Virginia Initiative for Employment Not Welfare; transitional support services, time limit. dead
SB1150 Alcoholic beverage control; ABC Board to require bar bystander training. signed by governor
SB1151 Local towing advisory board; membership. stricken
SB1152 Juvenile offenders; parole eligibility. dead
SB1153 Inverse condemnation proceeding; reimbursement of owner's costs. signed by governor
SB1154 Terrorist organization, designated; providing material support, penalty. signed by governor
SB1155 Termination of parental rights; manufacture of methamphetamine in presence of child. in committee
SB1156 Virginia Public Building Authority; Military Mission Improvement and Expansion projects. dead
SB1157 Lobbyist disclosure; reporting by certain political subdivisions. dead
SB1158 Insurance; reciprocals. signed by governor
SB1159 Public schools; career and technical education credential. signed by governor
SB1160 Teacher Education and Licensure, Advisory Board on; increases membership. signed by governor
SB1161 Alcoholic beverage control; food sale requirements. stricken
SB1162 Teacher licensure; industry certification credential, local waiver. incorporated
SB1163 School principals; incident reports. incorporated
SB1164 Child-protective services; complaints involving members of the United States Armed Forces. signed by governor
SB1165 Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credits; allocation of credits. signed by governor
SB1166 Insurance; preauthorization for abuse-deterrent opioids. dead
SB1167 Education programs; allocation of unissued tax credits. dead
SB1168 Neighborhood Assistance Act; reorganizes provisions of tax credit program. signed by governor
SB1169 Minimum city population required to enforce certain ordinance violations. signed by governor
SB1170 Specially constructed vehicles for general transportation purposes; registration. dead
SB1171 Public employment; inquiries by state agencies and localities regarding criminal convictions. dead
SB1172 Fare enforcement inspectors; fares for use of mass transit. signed by governor
SB1173 Vested property rights; nonconforming uses. signed by governor
SB1174 Fines and court costs; community work in lieu of payment. incorporated
SB1175 Workers' compensation; employer's lien, third party actions. signed by governor
SB1176 Nonexoneration of debts on property of decedent; notice to creditor and beneficiaries. signed by governor
SB1177 Surviving spouse's elective share; homestead allowance benefit. signed by governor
SB1178 Buprenorphine without naloxone; prescription limitation. passed
SB1179 Opioids; workgroup to establish guidelines for prescribing. signed by governor
SB1180 Opioids and buprenorphine; Boards of Dentistry and Medicine to adopt regulations for prescribing. signed by governor
SB1181 Virginia Retirement System; return to employment by retired public safety employees. dead
SB1182 Veterans Services, Board of; membership, duties. signed by governor
SB1183 Police service; civil penalty when excessive number of calls from same property. dead
SB1184 Motor vehicles; prohibits leaving vehicles unattended and running. dead
SB1185 Firearms; person to report loss or theft within 24 hours. dead
SB1186 All-terrain vehicles, mopeds, and off-road motorcycles; subject to motor vehicle tax. dead
SB1187 Law-enforcement vehicles; permits vehicles to be equipped with steady-burning blue or red lights. dead
SB1188 Driver's license; suspension of license for nonpayment of fines and court costs. dead
SB1189 Water and sewer services; liens, owners, lessees, or tenants. signed by governor
SB1190 Judicial training; law related to rights of persons of legitimate interest in custody, etc. dead
SB1191 Assisted living facilities; cap on civil penalties. signed by governor
SB1192 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; powers of the Director. signed by governor
SB1193 Contractors, Board of; exemptions, responsibility for contracting with unlicensed person. signed by governor
SB1194 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty. dead
SB1195 Produce safety; farm inspections, civil penalty. signed by governor
SB1196 James River; designation portion a component of Scenic Rivers System. signed by governor
SB1197 Small renewable energy projects; State Corporation Commission to review construction, etc. dead
SB1198 Operators of emergency vehicles; completion of Emergency Vehicle Operator's Course. dead
SB1199 Blind parents; custody or visitation rights. dead
SB1200 Voter identification requirements; repeal of photo identification requirements. dead
SB1201 Workers' compensation; suitably equipped automobile for incapacitated employee. signed by governor
SB1202 Commercial Space Flight Authority; development of six-year strategic plan. signed by governor
SB1203 Working waterfront development areas; establishment. signed by governor
SB1204 Sale of dog or cat not obtained from releasing agency or animal rescue. dead
SB1205 Commercial fishing vessels; classifies vessels as a separate class of property. signed by governor
SB1206 Redistricting process. dead
SB1207 Electric personal delivery devices; operation on sidewalks and shared-use paths. enacted
SB1208 Electric utilities; community renewable projects. incorporated
SB1209 Virginia Highway Corporation Act of 1988; powers of State Corporation Commission. dead
SB1210 Unlawful creation of image of another; civil action. signed by governor
SB1211 Vehicle license fees and taxes, local; collection by counties and adjoining towns. signed by governor
SB1212 Veterans Services, Board of; membership, duties. incorporated
SB1213 Life and accident and sickness insurance; notice of lapse of policy, contract, or plan. dead
SB1214 School health services; training in administration of insulin, etc. incorporated
SB1215 Public schools; possession of glucagon. dead
SB1216 Alcoholic beverage control; availability of food when spirits served. signed by governor
SB1217 Negotiable instruments; statute of limitations. signed by governor
SB1218 Cats or dogs; killing of companion animals. dead
SB1219 Property transportation network companies; required to provide motor vehicle liability coverage. incorporated
SB1220 Telemedicine, practice of; prescribing controlled substances. incorporated
SB1221 Emergency custody or involuntary admission process; alternative transportation model. signed by governor
SB1222 Acute psychiatric patient registry; DBHDS to develop and administer. dead
SB1223 Riding bicycle, electric personal assistive mobility device, etc., while intoxicated; penalty. dead
SB1224 Landowner liability; recreational access. signed by governor
SB1225 Arts and cultural districts. signed by governor
SB1226 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; proprietary records and trade secrets. signed by governor
SB1227 Drug Treatment Court Act; eligibility. dead
SB1228 Va. Fair Housing Law; responsibilities with respect to use of an assistance animal in a dwelling. signed by governor
SB1229 Driver's license or learner's permit; issuance, minimum standards for vision tests. signed by governor
SB1230 Opiate prescriptions; electronic prescriptions. signed by governor
SB1231 Property Owners' Association Act; designation of authorized representative by seller. signed by governor
SB1232 Opioids; limit on amount prescribed, extends sunset provision. enacted
SB1233 Temporary detention; certified evaluators. dead
SB1234 Higher educational institutions, public; SCHEV to develop a passport credit program. signed by governor
SB1235 Family life education; implementation of SOL for program. dead
SB1236 Candidate petitions; reduces number of signatures required for statewide candidates. dead
SB1237 Housing authorities; authorization by governing body of town. signed by governor
SB1238 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; Chief Executive Officer, powers and duties. incorporated
SB1239 Child day programs; exemptions from licensure, certification of preschool or nursery school program. passed
SB1240 Virginia Virtual School established. vetoed by governor
SB1241 Female genital mutilation; criminal penalty and civil action. incorporated
SB1242 Advance directives; persons authorized to provide assistance in completing, training programs. signed by governor
SB1243 Va. Parental Choice Education Savings Accounts; established, definitions, report, effective clause. dead
SB1244 Glucagon; administration by emergency medical services providers. dead
SB1245 Public education; economics education and financial literacy. signed by governor
SB1246 At-Risk Youth and Families, Comprehensive Services for; special education programs. stricken
SB1247 Regulation of private wells. dead
SB1248 Real property tax; Stafford County may adopt, by ordinance, to restrict deferral of taxes. signed by governor
SB1249 Income tax, state; credit for certain disabled veterans, etc. stricken
SB1250 Motor vehicle safety inspection; Superintendent shall provide information upon written request. signed by governor
SB1251 Washington Metrorail Safety Commission Interstate Compact; definitions, Board of Directors. signed by governor
SB1252 Absentee voting; signature verification. stricken
SB1253 Voter identification; photograph contained in electronic pollbook. passed
SB1254 Voting machines; Department of Elections shall coordinate post-election risk-limiting audit, report. signed by governor
SB1255 Condominium Act; resale by purchaser, designation of authorized representative. signed by governor
SB1256 Third-party registration groups; registration and disclosure requirements. stricken
SB1257 Two-way video testimony; forensic analysis and examination. signed by governor
SB1258 Virginia Solar Energy Development and Energy Storage Authority; increases membership. passed
SB1259 Conveyance of utility easements; transportation. incorporated
SB1260 Search warrants; person subject to arrest. signed by governor
SB1261 George Washington's rye whiskey; designating as the state spirit. signed by governor
SB1262 Sanctuary cities; liability for certain injuries and damages caused by an illegal alien. dead
SB1263 Cats and dogs; lifetime licenses. stricken
SB1264 Virginia Telephone Privacy Protection Act; unwanted telephone solicitation calls prohibited. dead
SB1265 General Services, Department of; maintenance of property records. signed by governor
SB1266 Firearms; access by children, penalty. dead
SB1267 Firearms; carrying in public while intoxicated, etc., penalty. dead
SB1268 Localities; public hearings for tax rate increases. dead
SB1269 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple possession. dead
SB1270 Ohio River Basin Commission; repeals sections relating to participation by the Commonwealth. signed by governor
SB1271 Alcoholic beverage control; rental of draft truck by retail licensee. dead
SB1272 Nonresident Violator Compact of 1977; codification. signed by governor
SB1273 City of Richmond general district court; concurrent criminal jurisdiction. signed by governor
SB1274 License taxes, local; exemption for certain defense production businesses. signed by governor
SB1275 Va. Public Procurement Act; use of best value contracting, construction and professional services. dead
SB1276 Traffic violations, certain; dismissal for proof of compliance with law. signed by governor
SB1277 Law-enforcement vehicles; permits vehicles to be equipped with steady-burning blue or red lights. dead
SB1278 Child pornography; discretionary sentencing guideline midpoints for possession. dead
SB1279 Flashing amber lights; vehicles used to collect and deliver packages. signed by governor
SB1280 Driver's license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. dead
SB1281 Substance abuse treatment upon conviction of a crime; recovery community organization. dead
SB1282 Wireless communications infrastructure; procedure for approved by localities. passed
SB1283 Public schools; Board of Education shall only establish regional charter school divisions. vetoed by governor
SB1284 Court-ordered restitution; form order, enforcement, noncompliance, etc. passed
SB1285 Restitution; supervised probation. passed
SB1286 Land preservation tax credits; withholding tax of nonresident owners. passed
SB1287 Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority; changes effective date for creation of Authority. passed
SB1288 Juvenile Justice, Department of; confidentiality of records. signed by governor
SB1289 Natural gas utilities; qualified projects, investments in eligible infrastructure. enacted
SB1290 Prisoners; orders permitting to work on public works projects. stricken
SB1291 Well permit applications; disclosure of trade secrets. dead
SB1292 FOIA; trade secrets submitted to the Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy. dead
SB1293 State agencies; criminal background checks for certain positions. signed by governor
SB1294 Conflicts of Interests Acts, State and Local Government and General Assembly; prohibited gifts. dead
SB1295 Early voting; any registered voter allowed to vote early in any election in which he is qualified. incorporated
SB1296 County food and beverage tax; referendum. passed
SB1297 Concealed weapons; nonduty status active military personnel may carry. incorporated
SB1298 Marijuana; possession or distribution for medical purposes, affirmative defense for treatment. dead
SB1299 Concealed handguns; protective orders. passed
SB1300 Victims of domestic violence, etc.; firearms safety or training course. passed
SB1301 Health insurance; balance billing. stricken
SB1302 Write-in votes; duties of local electoral boards. dead
SB1303 Voter registration; deadline for registration by electronic means. passed
SB1304 Municipal elections; local option for timing of elections, effective date. signed by governor
SB1305 Persons allowed services without fees or costs; inability to pay on account of poverty, guidelines. signed by governor
SB1306 Industrial hemp; license to grow outside of research program. dead
SB1307 Auditor of Public Accounts; register of funds expended, etc. signed by governor
SB1308 Sales and use tax; collection of taxes from consuming contractors. signed by governor
SB1309 Transacting business under assumed name; filing of certificate with clerk of SCC. signed by governor
SB1310 Search warrants; customer records from financial institutions. signed by governor
SB1311 Hampton Roads Sanitation District; adds County of Surry to territory. signed by governor
SB1312 Conflicts of Interests Acts, State & Local Government & General Assembly, lobbyist; filing. passed
SB1313 Regional jails; reimbursement of capital costs of construction, etc., to locality. signed by governor
SB1314 Retail Sales and Use Tax; spirits sold at government stores. dead
SB1315 Foster care; possession of firearm. passed
SB1316 Trucks; overweight permits for hauling asphalt. signed by governor
SB1317 Spousal support; military disability benefits not considered income. dead
SB1318 Troutdale, Town of; amending charter, specifies terms of mayor and recorder as four years. signed by governor
SB1319 Wytheville, Town of; amending charter, removes certain provisions requiring special election. signed by governor
SB1320 Admissions tax; Washington County to impose on multi-sports complex and entertainment venue. signed by governor
SB1321 Ophthalmic prescriptions; definitions, who may provide prescriptions, requirements. signed by governor
SB1322 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; changes name of Advisory Committee. signed by governor
SB1323 Neonatal abstinence syndrome; Board of Health to adopt regulations to include as reportable disease. signed by governor
SB1324 Religious freedom; definitions, marriage solemnization, participation, and beliefs. passed
SB1325 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage licenses for certain properties. signed by governor
SB1326 Medicare; supplement policies for individuals under age 65. stricken
SB1327 Doctors; licensure of medical science. dead
SB1328 Enterprise zone grants and tax credits; qualified real property improvement expenditures. signed by governor
SB1329 Cigarettes; all localities allowed to impose a tax. dead
SB1330 Critical incident stress management team; peer support team privileged communications. signed by governor
SB1331 Transportation planning activities; responsibility of Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment. signed by governor
SB1332 'Song of the Mountains'; designating as state television series. signed by governor
SB1333 Garnishment; form of summons, maximum portion of disposable earnings subject to garnishment. signed by governor
SB1334 Virginia Public Procurement Act; small business enhancement program, limitations. signed by governor
SB1335 Electronic textbooks; prohibits local school boards from requiring use in any course in grades 6-12. dead
SB1336 Sales and use tax; school supplies and hurricane preparedness sales tax holidays. dead
SB1337 Claims; Davey Reedy. dead
SB1338 Bicycle lane; penalty for driver to pass another vehicle using lane. dead
SB1339 Careless driving; infliction of injury on vulnerable road user. dead
SB1340 Towing; regulations. dead
SB1341 Government records; digital certification. passed
SB1342 District courts; jurisdictional limit does not include any attorney fees. signed by governor
SB1343 Guardian ad litem; reimbursement for cost. signed by governor
SB1344 In camera interviews of child; court's discretion to conduct recording or transcript. dead
SB1345 Driver privilege cards; issuance of new cards by DMV. dead
SB1346 Associate-degree-granting institutions; transfer of credit information. incorporated
SB1347 Switchblade knife; person may carry concealed, exception. passed
SB1348 Death penalty; severe mental illness. dead
SB1349 Coastal Protection and Flooding Adaptation, Secretary for; creates position, effective clause. dead
SB1350 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; refund to purchaser. signed by governor
SB1351 Medicare; supplement policies for individuals under age 65. stricken
SB1352 Capital cases; replacing certain terminology. signed by governor
SB1353 Higher educational institutions; primary duties of members of governing boards. dead
SB1354 Comprehensive plan; telecommunications towers and facilities in Northern Virginia. dead
SB1355 Riparian owner; dredging a navigable channel, oyster or clam grounds. stricken
SB1356 Informal truancy plans; students with multiple discretionary diversions. dead
SB1357 Alcoholic beverage control; tastings conducted by manufacturers, wine and beer wholesalers, etc. dead
SB1358 Alcoholic beverage control; point of sale advertising materials. dead
SB1359 School boards, local; lead testing of potable water in schools. signed by governor
SB1360 Military Affairs, Department of; civil actions. passed
SB1361 Food donation; tax credit for restaurants that donate prepared food or meals. dead
SB1362 Concealed weapons; nonduty status active military personnel may carry. passed
SB1363 Statewide one-stop online portal for address changes; Secretary of Transportation to study. signed by governor
SB1364 Property and bulk property carriers; regulation, combines authorities. passed
SB1365 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; authority of Va. Fire Services Bd., fees for school inspections. dead
SB1366 Transportation network company partner; vehicle registration repeal. passed
SB1367 F. W. 'Wakie' Howard, Jr., Bridge; designating as State Route 155 bridge in New Kent County. signed by governor
SB1368 Foreclosure advertisements; posted at courthouse and on local government or circuit court website. dead
SB1369 Commonwealth of Virginia Institutions of Higher Education Bond Act of 2017; created. signed by governor
SB1370 Virginia State University; revenue-producing capital project. signed by governor
SB1371 Virginia Research Investment Committee; expands role of Committee. passed
SB1372 Consumer finance loans; rate of interest. dead
SB1373 Group homes; written notice prior to issuance of license. dead
SB1374 Contractors, Board for; adds a professional engineer to membership. signed by governor
SB1375 Certificate of Public Need program; established, changes to MCFCPN program, report. stricken
SB1376 Higher educational institutions, public; public notice of proposed undergraduate tuition increase. signed by governor
SB1377 Computer trespass; penalty. dead
SB1378 Computer crimes; penalties. dead
SB1379 Higher educational institutions; governing board to implement a plan to reduce in-state tuition. dead
SB1380 Regional school boards; full-time virtual school programs. incorporated
SB1381 Discontinued cases; court has discretion to reinstate case. dead
SB1382 Alcoholic beverage control; applications for retail license. signed by governor
SB1383 Coal ash; treatment by utilities, recycling. stricken
SB1384 Motor carrier size and weight limitations; with federal law. signed by governor
SB1385 Law-enforcement officer; definition, municipal park rangers training. dead
SB1386 Income tax, state; creates a new tax bracket for small businesses. stricken
SB1387 Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission; operational and programmatic efficiency. passed
SB1388 Electric utilities; margin on solar energy power purchase agreements. stricken
SB1389 Higher educational institutions; letter certifying good standing of certain students. dead
SB1390 Cigarettes; purchase for resale, penalties. signed by governor
SB1391 Alcoholic beverage control; new license for certain commercial lifestyle centers. signed by governor
SB1392 Geothermal heat pump property expenditure; establishes a tax credit for taxable years 2017-2021. dead
SB1393 Electric utilities; community solar pilot programs. signed by governor
SB1394 Small agricultural generators; establishes parameters of a program. signed by governor
SB1395 Small renewable energy projects; eligibility for permits by rule. signed by governor
SB1396 Norfolk Southern Railway right-of-way; public transit or multimodal transportation projects. stricken
SB1397 Child day programs; exemptions from licensure. stricken
SB1398 Coal combustion residuals unit; closure permit, assessments required. passed
SB1399 Coal combustion by-product impoundments; closure requirements. stricken
SB1400 Poker; definition of illegal gambling and charitable gaming. dead
SB1401 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; lot owner representation on association board. dead
SB1402 Oyster-planting ground; Marine Resources Commission to determine ground use plan. dead
SB1403 Cannabidiol; Board of Pharmacy to deschedule or reschedule upon certain publication. signed by governor
SB1404 Medical Assistance Services, Department of; eligibility for services under waiver. dead
SB1405 Higher educational institutions, public; notice of proposed tuition increase. incorporated
SB1406 Improper driving; penalty. dead
SB1407 Human trafficking identification and awareness training; DCJS to adopt regulations. dead
SB1408 Step therapy protocols; disclosures. dead
SB1409 Reckless driving; raises threshold for speeding. dead
SB1410 Congressional and state legislative districts; compactness standard. dead
SB1411 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; authorizes use of consumer fireworks, penalties. dead
SB1412 Adoption; leave benefit. signed by governor
SB1413 Immunity of persons; statements regarding matters of public concern communicated to a third party. signed by governor
SB1414 Students receiving home instruction; participation in AP and PSAT/NMSQT. signed by governor
SB1415 Virginia Port Authority; removal of members on Board of Commissioners. passed
SB1416 Investment of Public Funds Act; investment of funds in Virginia Investment Pool Trust Fund. passed
SB1417 Commercial air service plan; Virginia Aviation Board to develop and review. passed
SB1418 Electric utilities; costs of pumped hydroelectricity generation and storage facilities. passed
SB1419 Temporary detention order; minimum time period for person to be held. stricken
SB1420 Incapacitated persons; abuse and neglect, financial exploitation, penalty. dead
SB1421 Condemnation proceeding; interest on the amount of award. passed
SB1422 Law enforcement, local; fees for concealed handgun permits, courthouse and courtroom security. dead
SB1423 Electric utilities; viewshed mitigation payments. dead
SB1424 Abortion; informed written consent. dead
SB1425 Ticket Resale Rights Act; limitations on reselling tickets on Internet ticketing platform, penalty. signed by governor
SB1426 Education improvement scholarships; increases tax credit. dead
SB1427 Education improvement scholarships tax credit; pre-kindergarten eligibility. dead
SB1428 Education improvement scholarships tax credit; eligibility of students with a disability. dead
SB1429 Onley, Town of; amending charter, shifts municipal elections from May to November. signed by governor
SB1430 Higher educational institutions; student-death-related crisis. passed
SB1431 Administrative Process Act; economic impact analysis of proposed regulations. signed by governor
SB1432 Excusable or justifiable self-defense; costs and attorney fees in civil or criminal cases. in committee
SB1433 Consumer fireworks; regulation of sale, permit issued by Board of Housing and Community Development. dead
SB1434 Assisted living facilities and adult day care centers; background checks. signed by governor
SB1435 Motor Vehicles, Department of; regulation of property carriers. incorporated
SB1436 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; expands definition of public body. dead
SB1437 Aging, Commonwealth Council on; duties. signed by governor
SB1438 Virginia Tax Amnesty Program; established. signed by governor
SB1439 Firearms; transfers to a non-licensed dealer. dead
SB1440 Concealed handgun; eligibility to carry openly within Commonwealth. dead
SB1441 Absentee voting; eligibility of persons whose polling place prohibits firearms. dead
SB1442 Prisoners; mental health screening at local correctional facilities. dead
SB1443 Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk, penalties. dead
SB1444 Restricted firearm ammunition; use or attempted use in the commission of a crime, penalty. dead
SB1445 Criminal cases; admissibility of prior inconsistent statements. dead
SB1446 Insurance agent licensing; motor vehicle rental contract enrollers, etc. stricken
SB1447 Roanoke Higher Education Authority; removes president of Bluefield College from board of trustees. signed by governor
SB1448 Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of licensed distillers appointed as agents of ABC Board. signed by governor
SB1449 Red Tape Reduction Commission; established, report. dead
SB1450 Concealed handguns; permit holders' possession on property of public higher educational institution. dead
SB1451 Motion picture production; amends tax credit. stricken
SB1452 Marijuana; possession or distribution for medical purposes. dead
SB1453 Firearms; prohibited at certain preschools and child day centers. dead
SB1454 Illegal voter registration; penalties. dead
SB1455 Voter registration; monetary payments for registering for another. passed
SB1456 Motor vehicle fuels; definitions, sales tax in certain transportation districts, price floor. dead
SB1457 Utility vegetation management activities; notices to property owners required, civil penalties. dead
SB1458 Dangerous weapons; authorization of place of religious worship to carry to such place. dead
SB1459 Discharge of treasurer; legal pleadings. signed by governor
SB1460 Real property, certain; orders of publication proceeding to enforce lien. in committee
SB1461 Foster care; local in the Commonwealth's program of medical assistance. signed by governor
SB1462 Financial exploitation of adults; cases referred to law-enforcement agency. signed by governor
SB1463 Virginia Tobacco Region Revolving Fund; revises definition of project. enacted
SB1464 Firearms; restoration of rights of convicted felons. dead
SB1465 Concealed handgun; retired conservation officers may carry. signed by governor
SB1466 Workers' compensation; infectious disease presumption for correctional officers. dead
SB1467 Central absentee voter precincts; expedited counting of absentee ballots. passed
SB1468 Tow truck drivers and towing and recovery operators; civil penalty for improper towing. dead
SB1469 Alcoholic beverage control; disposable containers. signed by governor
SB1470 Coal tax; limits aggregate amount of credits that may be allocated or claimed for employment, etc. passed
SB1471 Virginia Alternative Energy and Coastal Protection Act; established, report. dead
SB1472 Workers' compensation; accident reports, filing claims, civil penalty. dead
SB1473 Electric utilities; recovery of costs of undergrounding distribution lines. signed by governor
SB1474 Arrest; resisting law-enforcement officers, etc. dead
SB1475 Family life education; changes to curriculum guidelines and curricula. passed
SB1476 Education, Department of; training for hearing officers in teacher dismissal hearings. stricken
SB1477 Students with blindness or visual impairments; evaluation of students, Braille instruction. stricken
SB1478 Restitution; modification of terms and conditions of payment plan. dead
SB1479 Relief; Keith Allen Harward. signed by governor
SB1480 Malicious impersonation by computer; penalty. dead
SB1481 Judicial Candidate Evaluation Committee; procedures used by the Va. State Bar to evaluate, etc. dead
SB1482 SHHR; certain waivers under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. dead
SB1483 Cooperative Marketing Fund; programs eligible for matching grant funds. signed by governor
SB1484 Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure of information to certain physicians or pharmacists. signed by governor
SB1485 Tax credits; expiration of certain tax credits. dead
SB1486 Law-enforcement officer; report of officer involved in accident. passed
SB1487 Public officers; automatic suspension upon conviction of felony. signed by governor
SB1488 Appointed counsel; compensation of services. incorporated
SB1489 Workers' compensation; presumption that death or disease due to coal pneumoconiosis. dead
SB1490 Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act; applying for and casting military-overseas ballots. dead
SB1491 Agritourism activity; definition to include rental of a single-family residence. dead
SB1492 Water utilities; retail rates of affiliated utilities, definitions, etc. passed
SB1493 Northern Va. Community College, et al.; computer science training, etc., for public school teachers. passed
SB1494 Transportation network company; brokers allowed to arrange rides with TNC. signed by governor
SB1495 Marriage; suits to annul. dead
SB1496 Virginia Alternative Energy and Coastal Protection Act; established, report. incorporated
SB1497 Manufactured home; excludes a park model recreation vehicle from definition. signed by governor
SB1498 Intoxicated drivers; punitive damages for persons injured. signed by governor
SB1499 Virginia Riverboat Gaming Commission; created, regulation, penalties. dead
SB1500 School Health Advisory Board; established, report. dead
SB1501 Physical evidence recovery kit; victim's right to notification of scientific analysis information. signed by governor
SB1502 Hate crimes; adds to list of crimes that a multi-jurisdiction grand jury may investigate. dead
SB1503 Central absentee voter precincts; expedited counting of absentee ballots. incorporated
SB1504 Virginia Health Workforce Development Authority; career pathway. dead
SB1505 Child support orders; placement in temporary custody of or commitment to Dept. of Juvenile Justice. dead
SB1506 Applicant Fingerprint Database; Federal Bureau of Investigation records. signed by governor
SB1507 Safety inspections; appointments. signed by governor
SB1508 Virginia Public Procurement Act; architectural and professional engineering term contracts. signed by governor
SB1509 Administrative Process Act; exemption for Charitable Gaming Board. signed by governor
SB1510 Handheld photo speed monitoring devices; use by State Police in work zones. dead
SB1511 Advance directives; admission of person for mental health treatment, capacity determinations. signed by governor
SB1512 Charitable gaming; conduct of games, special permits. passed
SB1513 Health insurance; assignment of benefits. dead
SB1514 Parking of certain vehicles; local regulation. signed by governor
SB1515 Existing buildings; manual entry door hardware. dead
SB1516 Public schools; dyslexia advisor. signed by governor
SB1517 School transportation; fees. dead
SB1518 Recycling; beneficial use. dead
SB1519 Meningococcal conjugate; immunizations, requirement of one dose before child enters sixth grade. stricken
SB1520 Property tax; notice by locality of public hearing of tax increase. dead
SB1521 Immigrant Assistance, Office of; created in Department of Social Services. dead
SB1522 Vehicles bearing clean special fuel license plates; use of high-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes. stricken
SB1523 Teachers turnover; exit questionnaire. signed by governor
SB1524 Hate crimes; criminal acts against persons because of gender, etc. dead
SB1525 Hunting dogs; civil action for trespass by hunters using dogs. dead
SB1526 Income-producing realty; income data. dead
SB1527 Virginia Guaranteed Assistance Program; changes to Program, Commonwealth Award grants. signed by governor
SB1528 Virginia Public Procurement Act; small business and microbusiness procurement enhancement program. stricken
SB1529 Aquaculture; protection of use in an agricultural zone. dead
SB1530 Administration, Secretary of; policy of the Commonwealth regarding state employment. signed by governor
SB1531 Teachers, qualified; creates dependent care tax credit. dead
SB1532 Motor vehicle license fees; exemption of antique vehicles. signed by governor
SB1533 Antique firearms; possession by nonviolent felons. passed
SB1534 Higher educational institutions, public; general education course credit, dual enrollment courses. signed by governor
SB1535 Real estate appraisers; exemptions from licensure. signed by governor
SB1536 Toll facilities; operator in Northern Virginia to inform motorists of toll price. stricken
SB1537 School board employees, certain; training program on bullying. dead
SB1538 Virginia Public Procurement Act; participation of employment services organizations. signed by governor
SB1539 Chief Workforce Development Advisor; responsibilities. passed
SB1540 Tax credits, certain; aggregate caps. dead
SB1541 Financial institutions; confidentiality of information. dead
SB1542 Occupational safety and health laws; increases maximum amount of civil penalties. signed by governor
SB1543 Presidential candidates; federal tax and state income tax returns required. dead
SB1544 Food and beverage tax; York County authorized to impose. dead
SB1545 Income tax, state; credit for budget surplus. dead
SB1546 Drug Control Act; adds certain chemical substances to Schedule I. signed by governor
SB1547 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use, penalty. dead
SB1548 Virginia Public Procurement Act; public body may purchase from contract of Va. Sheriffs' Association signed by governor
SB1549 Abortions; informed written consent. dead
SB1550 Women's Right to Vote, Commission for Commemoration of; established. dead
SB1551 Central Virginia Training Center; closure prohibited without General Assembly authorization. dead
SB1552 Ballots; number ordered to be printed. signed by governor
SB1553 Term limits; members of certain Authorities in City of Chesapeake limited to two terms. signed by governor
SB1554 Accomack-Northampton Transportation District Commission; membership. dead
SB1555 Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation; duties of board of trustees. signed by governor
SB1556 Education, Board of; graduation requirements. dead
SB1557 Community health workers; VDH to establish work group to examine risks, etc. dead
SB1558 Blanket surety bonds; proof of coverage of local officer. signed by governor
SB1559 Zoning appeals, board of; recipient to receive notice of zoning violation. signed by governor
SB1560 Child pornography; accused person possesses and produces pornography, penalties. dead
SB1561 Emergency Department Care Coordination Program; established. signed by governor
SB1562 Medicaid Supplemental Rate Fund; created. dead
SB1563 Discovery in criminal cases; duty to provide. dead
SB1564 DUI; search warrants for blood withdrawals. signed by governor
SB1565 Higher educational institutions; tuition increases. dead
SB1566 Certificate of Public Need program; established, report. dead
SB1567 Absentee ballots; eligibility of persons age 65 or older. dead
SB1568 Buses and taxicabs; digital advertisements. dead
SB1569 Water and sewer fees; calculation factors. dead
SB1570 Virtual Virginia; availability to all public middle and high schools. incorporated
SB1571 Special elections; provisional ballots, determination of results. dead
SB1572 DPOR; regulation of land surveyor photogrammetric. dead
SB1573 Appraisal management companies; compensation of appraiser within 30 days of delivery of report. signed by governor
SB1574 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; membership, powers and duties. passed
SB1575 Virginia Real Estate Appraiser Board; appraisal management companies, compensation of appraisers. dead
SB1576 Worker retraining and telework expenses; extends sunset date for tax credits. signed by governor
SB1577 Alternative onsite sewage systems; sampling. signed by governor
SB1578 Short-term rental of property; registration of persons offering property for rental. passed
SB1579 Short-term rental; affirms rights of localities to regulate rental of property. incorporated
SB1580 Petersburg, City of; amending charter, repeals or updates obsolete provisions, technical amendments. signed by governor
SB1581 Voter registration; verification of social security numbers. passed
SB1582 Virginia Farm Pride Beef label; VDACS authorized to use on certified beef products. stricken
SB1583 Teacher licensure; career and technical education, certain local waivers. enacted
SB1584 High school graduation; verified credit, locally selected, recognized academic assessments. dead
SB1585 Form of ballot; party identification of candidates. dead
SB1586 Libraries, local and regional; boards not mandatory. signed by governor
SB1587 Alcoholic beverage control; wine and beer licenses. passed
SB1588 General Assembly Building replacement project; sale of surplus property. signed by governor
SB1589 Alcoholic beverage control; spirits tastings by distiller licensee. dead
SB1590 Health insurance; coverage for autism spectrum disorder. dead
SB1591 Economic Development Access Program; bonded projects. signed by governor
SB1592 Juvenile & domestic relations district court; jurisdiction over juveniles not present in U.S. in committee
SB1593 Candidates in elections; prohibited contributions. stricken
SB1594 Conservators of the peace; investigator employed by an attorney for the Commonwealth. signed by governor
SJ2 Constitutional amendment marriage; marriage (first reference). dead
SJ4 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office. dead
SJ7 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for certain primary residences. dead
SJ9 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). dead
SJ12 Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, restoration of civil rights (first reference). dead
SJ32 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). dead
SJ34 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office. dead
SJ47 Constitutional amendment; exemption from taxation of certain motor vehicles (first reference). dead
SJ50 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Governor's term of office. dead
SJ60 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established, criteria. dead
SJ68 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established. dead
SJ79 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established. dead
SJ81 Teacher salary scale; JLARC to study compression in local school divisions, etc. dead
SJ84 Public transportation services; DRPT to evaluate study necessary to identify, etc. dead
SJ86 Pay It Forward, Pay It Back; SCHEV to study feasibility of implementing. dead
SJ113 Constitutional amendment; term limits for members of General Assembly. dead
SJ119 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established. dead
SJ120 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of Governor, residency requirement (first reference). dead
SJ216 Constitutional amendment marriage; marriage (first reference). dead
SJ217 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
SJ218 Commending the I.C. Norcom High School boys' basketball team. passed house
SJ219 Celebrating the life of Charles B. Whitehurst, Sr. passed house
SJ220 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); marriage. incorporated
SJ221 United States Constitution; Ratifies Equal Rights Amendment. dead
SJ222 Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, restoration of civil rights. incorporated
SJ223 Constitutional amendment; qualification of voters and executive clemency (first reference). dead
SJ224 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly term limits (first reference). dead
SJ225 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications of Governor; residency requirement. dead
SJ226 Constitutional amendment; registration of voters (first reference). dead
SJ227 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Governor's term of office. incorporated
SJ228 Commending Townley Haas. passed house
SJ229 Firearm registration; Va. State Crime Commission to study cost of establishing program. stricken
SJ230 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission, criteria to redraw certain districts. incorporated
SJ231 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission, criteria to redraw certain districts. dead
SJ232 United States Constitution; application for a convention of states, balancing the federal budget. dead
SJ233 Noise abatement remedies; VDOT to develop procedures to measure and assess in certain neighborhoods. dead
SJ234 Spay-neuter programs; Va. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to study. dead
SJ235 Celebrating the life of Lelia Baum Hopper. passed house
SJ236 Celebrating the life of Brian David McCarty. passed house
SJ237 Celebrating the life of Richard Ernest Hendrix. passed house
SJ238 Celebrating the life of Janet Lile Fray. passed house
SJ239 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Otho Beverley Roller. passed house
SJ240 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); charter schools. stricken
SJ241 Appointment; Chairman of the Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission. passed house
SJ242 Study; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission; free community college; report. dead
SJ243 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications to vote; restoration of civil rights. incorporated
SJ244 Commending the Sterling Volunteer Fire Company. passed house
SJ245 Commending the Washington-Lee High School boys' soccer team. passed house
SJ246 Study; inland port facility in the Roanoke Region and New River Valley; report. dead
SJ247 Study; JLARC to review total compensation to employees of the Commonwealth; report. dead
SJ248 Study; JLARC to study feasibility of allocating a larger portion of VA Lottery prize money. dead
SJ249 Celebrating the life of the Honorable John C. Miller. passed house
SJ250 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Johnny S. Joannou. passed house
SJ251 National Suicide Prevention Week. passed house
SJ252 Commending First Baptist Church of Franklin. passed house
SJ253 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications of voters and executive clemency. dead
SJ254 Study; State Council of Higher Education for Va; applied baccalaureate degrees. dead
SJ255 Study; Va State Crime Commission to study indigent defense system. dead
SJ256 Commending the NASA Langley Research Center. passed house
SJ257 Study;Jt Comm on Health Care to study options for increasing the use of telemental health services. dead
SJ258 Commending Northstar Academy. passed house
SJ259 Commending John Tyler Community College. passed house
SJ260 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established (first reference). incorporated
SJ261 Commending J. Hamilton Lambert. passed house
SJ262 Commending Arlington Outdoor Lab. passed house
SJ263 Encouraging the Governor and all agencies of the Commonwealth to recognize best practices. dead
SJ264 Commending Nancy Garrett Witt, M.D. passed house
SJ265 Commending Montero Medical Missions. passed house
SJ266 Study; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission; staffing ratio requirements assisted living. dead
SJ267 Commending Alan Schuman. passed house
SJ268 National Hunting and Fishing Day. passed house
SJ269 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Virginia Redistricting Commission. incorporated
SJ270 Commending the Salem High School football team. dead
SJ271 Commending the Blacksburg High School football team. passed house
SJ272 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications to vote; restoration of civil rights. incorporated
SJ273 Commending Centra Rivermont Schools. passed house
SJ274 Study; JLARC; Department of Elections; report. dead
SJ275 Commending Virginia Thrasher. passed house
SJ276 Commending Matt Miller. passed house
SJ277 Commending Lucas Kozeniesky. passed house
SJ278 Study; local government fiscal stress; report. dead
SJ279 Joint Subcommittee to Study Mental Health Services in the Commonwealth in the Twenty-First Century. dead
SJ280 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); apportionment; political considerations prohibited. incorporated
SJ281 Study; long-term economic viability of working waterfronts; report. stricken
SJ282 Substance-Exposed Infant Awareness Week. passed house
SJ283 Celebrating the life of Stuart H. McElroy. passed house
SJ284 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); real property tax; exemption for surviving spouse. dead
SJ285 Study; Joint Commission on Health Care; sustainability of the Prescription Monitoring Program. dead
SJ286 Commending Lake of the Woods Association, Inc. passed house
SJ287 Commending the National Bank of Fredericksburg. passed house
SJ288 Commending Ernestine Reid. passed house
SJ289 Study; Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; local government officers. dead
SJ290 Constitutional amendment; criteria for electoral districts (first reference). dead
SJ291 Study; Virginia State Crime Commission; decrease in driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated. dead
SJ292 Study; SCHEV; financial reserves; report. dead
SJ293 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Warren E. Barry. passed house
SJ294 Commending Naval Station Norfolk. passed house
SJ295 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); legislative review of administrative rules. passed
SJ296 Study; Joint Commission on Health Care; needs of older adults who are incarcerated. dead
SJ297 Coastal flooding adaptation and resiliency report; JLARC to study. dead
SJ298 The Saragarhi Day of Sikh Pride. passed house
SJ299 Study; DMV; funding and customer service; report. dead
SJ300 Senate Committee on Rules; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ301 Celebrating the life of Frank R. Spadea. passed house
SJ302 Celebrating the life of James B. Ricketts. passed house
SJ303 Commending Junior Law. passed house
SJ304 Celebrating the life of Raleigh Thomas Warren. passed house
SJ305 Commending August Wallmeyer. dead
SJ306 Commending Gretna American Legion Post 232. passed house
SJ307 Confirming Governor's appointments of certain persons. passed house
SJ308 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ309 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ310 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ311 Constitutional amendment; legislative review of administrative rules (first reference). incorporated
SJ312 U.S. Constitution; application for a convention of the states. dead
SJ313 Commending the Honorable Bonnie C. Davis. passed house
SJ314 Commending Michael Lester Lipford. passed house
SJ315 Commending the Center for Alexandrias Children. passed house
SJ316 Commending LeShawn Merritt. passed house
SJ317 Celebrating the life of Clarence L. Townes, Jr. passed house
SJ318 Commending Byron Robinson. passed house
SJ319 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications of voters and the right to vote. incorporated
SJ320 Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award. passed house
SJ321 Commending the Virginia Early Childhood Foundation. stricken
SJ322 Commending Dux. passed house
SJ323 Commending Pierces Pitt Bar-B-Que. passed house
SJ324 Commending the Virginia Health Care Foundation. passed house
SJ325 Commending the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University football team. passed house
SJ326 Commending Francena McCorory. passed house
SJ327 Celebrating the life of Dr. Debra Saunders-White. passed house
SJ328 Commending the Rotary Club of Petersburg (Breakfast). passed house
SJ329 Commending Stephen Koleszar. passed house
SJ330 Commending David Anthony Sam. passed house
SJ331 Constitutional amendment (first resolution);property tax; exemption for flooding remediation, etc. passed
SJ332 Commending David Verburg. passed house
SJ333 Commending Denis Kudla. passed house
SJ334 Commending Hollins University. passed house
SJ335 Commending the Student Government Association of Virginia TECH. passed house
SJ336 Commending the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. passed house
SJ337 Celebrating the life of Colonel John Betts, USAF, Ret. passed house
SJ338 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Charles J. Colgan. passed house
SJ339 Commending Brett R. Bowman. passed house
SJ340 Barbara Johns Day. passed house
SJ341 Commending Max Brown. passed house
SJ342 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ343 Commending the Dale City Volunteer Fire Department. passed house
SJ344 Commending Bruce Bernard Smith. passed house
SJ345 Commending ECPI University. passed house
SJ346 Commending the Fairfax County Health Department. passed house
SJ347 Celebrating the life of Oliver Rodney Hunt Singleton. passed house
SJ348 Celebrating the life of Robert Lee Kemp. passed house
SJ349 Celebrating the life of Rebecca T. Dickson. passed house
SJ350 Commending William G. O'Brien. passed house
SJ351 Commending the recipients of the 2016 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Awards. passed house
SJ352 Commending Family Lifeline. passed house
SJ353 Celebrating the life of Elnora S. Branch. passed house
SJ354 Celebrating the life of Warner Ray Hargis, Jr. passed house
SJ355 Celebrating the life of Giles Crowder Upshur, Jr. passed house
SJ356 Commending the Parry McCluer High School softball team. passed house
SJ357 Commending Michaela Gabriella Sigmon. passed house
SJ358 Commending Amherst Fire Department. passed house
SJ359 Commending the Christiansburg Rescue Squad. passed house
SJ360 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Robert Mark Yacobi. passed house
SJ361 Commending Shorter's Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church. passed house
SJ362 Commending the Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind goalball team. passed house
SJ363 Commending Rebecca L. Covey. passed house
SJ364 Commending Marine Corps Base Quantico. passed house
SJ365 Commending the Honorable David S. Schell. passed house
SJ366 Celebrating the life of Fannie Wilkinson Fitzgerald. passed house
SJ367 Commending the Legal Aid Society of the Roanoke Valley. passed house
SJ368 Commending Roanoke College. passed house
SJ369 Celebrating the life of Trooper Chad Phillip Dermyer. passed house
SJ370 Commending Bernard S. Cohen and Philip J. Hirschkop. passed house
SJ371 Commending Martinsville Speedway. passed house
SJ372 Commending Thomas L. McKeon. passed house
SJ373 Commending John W. McCarthy III passed house
SJ374 Commending Alexandra Blaire Krieger. passed house
SJ375 Commending the Honorable Jane Marum Roush. passed house
SJ376 Celebrating the life of Michael Moore Skinner. passed house
SJ377 Commending Occoquan Elementary School. passed house
SJ378 Commending the Old Dominion University football team. passed house
SJ379 Commending Third Baptist Church. passed house
SJ380 Commending Stefanie Fee.
SJ381 Commending Gabrielle Christina Victoria Douglas. passed house
SJ382 Celebrating the life of Stephen Winston Bricker. passed house
SJ383 Commending Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. passed house
SJ384 Celebrating the life of Thomas Paul Dean. passed house
SJ385 Commending Peggy Whitehead. passed house
SJ386 Commending Dr. Kenneth S. Kendler. passed house
SJ387 Commending Elizabeth Minor. passed house
SJ388 Commending Kenneth Mason Easley, Jr. dead
SJ389 Commending the Nelson County Future Farmers of America Forestry Judging team. passed house
SJ390 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ391 Celebrating the life of Adelaide Marie Payne Griffin. passed house
SJ392 Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Loving v. Virginia, 388 U.S. 1 (1967). dead
SJ393 Commending Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church. passed house
SJ394 Commending the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Social Work. passed house
SJ395 Commending the Richmond Free Press. passed house
SJ396 Celebrating the life of John Robert Rilling. passed house
SJ397 Commemorating the 50th anniversary of African American students in residence. passed house
SJ398 Commending Cliff Gauthier. passed house
SJ399 Commending David C. Sloggie. passed house
SJ400 Commending the Westfield High School boys' basketball team. passed house
SJ401 Celebrating the life of George Steven Bilidas. passed house
SJ402 Commending Linda L. Leightley. passed house
SJ403 Commending the Westfield High School football team. passed house
SJ404 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Won Sang Lee. passed house
SJ405 Commending Blacksburg High School. passed house
SJ406 Commending the Virginia Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs. passed house
SJ407 Commending the Virginia Legal Aid Society, Inc. passed house
SJ408 Commending Alpha Phi Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. passed house
SJ409 Commending Macy Causey. passed house
SJ410 Celebrating the life of Earl Hamner, Jr. passed house
SJ411 Celebrating the life of Carroll Schumann Savage. passed house
SJ412 Commending Kendall Williams. passed house
SJ413 Commending Ralph Mastantuono. passed house
SJ414 Commending William King Museum of Art. passed house
SJ415 Celebrating the life of Marshall Lee Garst. passed house
SJ416 Commending First Mount Zion Baptist Church. passed house
SJ417 Celebrating the life of Louis Edward McKinney. passed house
SJ418 Celebrating the life of Lewis G. Saunders. passed house
SJ419 Celebrating the life of Richard Lee Munden. passed house
SJ420 Celebrating the life of Robert James Costen. passed house
SJ421 Celebrating the lives of those lost in the Virginia Tech tragedy. passed house
SJ422 Celebrating the life of W. Alvin Hudson, Jr. passed house
SJ423 Commending the E. C. Glass High School golf team. passed house
SJ424 Commending the E. C. Glass High School cross country team. passed house
SJ425 Commending Eli Johnson. passed house
SJ426 Celebrating the life of Ivor No Hume. passed house
SJ427 Commemorating the 150th anniversary of Virginia's Underwood Convention of 1867. passed house
SJ428 Commending the Honorable John William Warner. passed house
SJ429 Commending Rho Rho Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. passed house
SJ430 Celebrating the life of Melvin Glenn Anglin. passed house
SJ431 Commending Mildred B. West. passed house
SJ432 Commending the Virginia Department of Forestry. passed house
SJ433 Commending Nancy Oliver Gray. passed house
SJ434 Celebrating the life of Charlotte Ann Nurge. passed house
SJ435 Celebrating the life of Alfred C. Anderson. passed house
SJ436 Celebrating the life of James David Seneff. passed house
SJ437 Commending the Salem High School football team. passed house
SJ438 Commending the Carroll County High School varsity softball team. passed house
SJ439 Commending the Hidden Valley High School volleyball team. passed house
SJ440 Commending the Hidden Valley High School boys' tennis team. passed house
SJ441 Commending Cave Spring High School. passed house
SJ442 Commending Tauxemont Cooperative Preschool. passed house
SJ443 Commending Belmont Elementary School. passed house
SJ444 Commending Spring for Alexandria. passed house
SJ445 Commending Trillium Drop-In Center, Inc. passed house
SJ446 Celebrating the life of Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator William Ryan Owens. passed house
SJ447 Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Loving v. Virginia, 388 U.S. 1 (1967). passed house
SR98 Celebrating the life of Alvin W. Blaha. passed senate
SR99 Celebrating the life of Thomas Wayne Evans. passed senate
SR100 Celebrating the life of Jack W. Gravely. passed senate
SR101 Commending Trauma-Informed Community Networks. passed senate
SR102 Senate of Virginia; 2017 Operating Resolution. passed senate
SR103 Commending Frederick J. Napolitano. passed senate
SR104 Celebrating the lives of the victims of the Imperial Airlines Flight 201/8 crash. passed senate
SR105 Confirming nomination to the Senate Ethics Advisory Panel. passed senate
SR106 Commending the Graham High School competition cheer team. passed senate
SR107 Commending Tom Harding. passed senate
SR108 Celebrating the life of Ralph Edmond Stanley. passed senate
SR109 Judge; nomination for election to Court of Appeals. passed senate
SR110 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed senate
SR111 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed senate
SR112 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed senate
SR113 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nominations for election of members. passed senate
SR114 Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed senate
SR115 Auditor of Public Accounts; nomination for election. passed senate
SR116 Commending Muslim Lakhani. passed senate
SR117 Commending Marshall Price. passed senate
SR118 Celebrating the life of Abram H. Clymer. passed senate
SR119 Commending the Lebanon High School softball team. passed senate
SR120 Commending Harold Lee Jerrell. passed senate
SR121 Celebrating the life of Charles C. Allen. passed senate
SR122 Commending Raleigh H. Isaacs, Sr. passed senate
SR123 Celebrating the life of Thomas Edward Graves, Jr. passed senate
SR124 Celebrating the life of David A. Kaechele. passed senate
SR125 Commending the James Madison University football team. passed senate
SR126 Celebrating the life of Roderick V. Manifold. passed senate
SR127 Commending Linda Ciola Wettstone. passed senate
SR128 Commending Amherst Fire Department. dead
SR129 Celebrating the life of Eugene H. Farley, Jr. passed senate
SR130 Commending the Honorable Lon E. Farris. passed senate
SR131 Commending the Virginia Department of Forestry. dead
SR132 Commending Floyd D. Gottwald, Jr. passed senate
SR133 Commending Bruce C. Gottwald. passed senate
SR134 Celebrating the life of Madison Montgomery Shinaberry. passed senate
SR135 Commending Wanda Willis. passed senate
SR136 Celebrating the life of Wayne F. Geisert. passed senate
SR137 Celebrating the life of Caramalita Vicars. passed senate
SR138 Commending Jack Larry Harris. passed senate
SR139 Commending the Mathomank Village Tribe. dead
SR140 Commending the National Education Association Read Across America program. passed senate
SR141 Commending the Glen Allen 10-Year-Old All-Stars baseball team. passed senate
SR142 Celebrating the life of Sue Ella Boatright-Wells. passed senate
SR143 Celebrating the life of Richard W. Glover. passed senate
SR144 Celebrating the life of Richard Edward Cornwell. passed senate
SR145 Commending Ivy L. Mitchell. passed senate
SR146 Celebrating the life of Juan Dip. passed senate
SR147 Commending Meredith Polk. passed senate
SR148 Commending Ebenezer Baptist Church. passed senate
SR149 Commending the Virginia Commission for the Arts. passed senate
SR150 Commending Hilda Spicely Bower. passed senate
SR151 Celebrating the life of H. Stewart Dunn. passed senate
SR152 Commending Dale City Elementary School. passed senate
SR153 Commemorating the life and legacy of Private First Class Gary W. Martini, USMC. passed senate
SR154 Commending Stefanie Fee. passed senate
SR155 Commending Lieutenant Commander Richard C. Vale, USN, Ret. passed senate
SR156 Commending Living Legends of Alexandria. passed senate
SR157 Commending Holy & Whole Life Changing Ministries International. passed senate
SR158 Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships. passed senate
SR159 Nominating a person to be elected to general district court judgeship. passed senate
SR160 Nominating persons to be elected to juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeships. passed senate
SR161 Nominating persons to be elected as members of the Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission. passed senate
SR162 Commending the Virginia Military Institute Corps of Cadets. passed senate
SR163 Celebrating the life of Clyde Eugene Arnette, Jr. passed senate
SR164 Commending the Shenandoah County Fair. passed senate