2015 Bills

3,008 bills found.

# Title Status
HB1 Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; emergency award to claimant shall not exceed $3000, etc. dead
HB53 Medicine and other healing arts; unprofessional conduct, purchase of prescription drugs. dead
HB57 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes gold, silver, and platinum bullion. dead
HB60 Enterprise Zone Grant Program; designation of noncontiguous areas. dead
HB74 Justice for Victims of Sterilization Act; established, creates Compensation Fund. dead
HB92 License plates, special; issuance for members and supporters of Law Enforcement United (LEU). dead
HB125 Virginia's World War II Heritage Alliance Route; VDOT to indicate by placing markers, etc. dead
HB148 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; reduces sale price by value of any trade-in. dead
HB150 Jail authorities; sovereign immunity. dead
HB162 Appeals to Supreme Court of Va. and Court of Appeals of Va; filing of an appendix by CD-ROM. dead
HB179 Asbestos, Lead, & Home Inspectors, Board for; examination, asbestos worker license applicants. dead
HB216 Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority; created. dead
HB253 Alternative onsite sewage systems; licensure of installers. dead
HB267 License plates, special; issuance for members and supporters of Law Enforcement United. dead
HB289 Virginia Public Procurement Act; cooperative procurement. dead
HB314 Income tax, state; insurance premiums. dead
HB324 Virginia Virtual School; established, report, effective date. passed senate
HB329 Crohn's disease, colitis, and irritable bowel syndrome; identification cards and information. dead
HB338 Health benefit exchange; plan management functions. dead
HB344 Harassment by computer; impersonating another, penalty. dead
HB350 Enterprise zones; expands criteria for designation. dead
HB367 Community Action Act; duties of Secretary of Commerce and Trade. dead
HB368 Eye care coverage; requirement for carrier practices. dead
HB370 Commercial credit reporting; establishes procedure enterprise may request access to report. dead
HB371 License tax, local; tax on net income of businesses. dead
HB381 Income tax, state; tax credit for principal paid on business loans. dead
HB388 Charter schools; funding. dead
HB404 Investigation of cases involving alleged sexual abuse of a child; qualifications of investigator. dead
HB434 Machinery and tools, merchants' capital, and BPOL taxes; maximum rates established. dead
HB448 Firearms; restoration of rights, report to State Police. dead
HB453 Income tax, corporate; exemption, filing. dead
HB461 Coalbed methane gas; release of funds held in escrow or suspense. dead
HB475 Roadways; solicitation of contributions. dead
HB486 Human trafficking of children; reports and investigation. dead
HB506 Littering; penalty. dead
HB558 State recordation taxes and fees; makes substantive and technical changes. dead
HB578 Campaign finance; statewide and General Assembly candidates, personal use of campaign funds. dead
HB581 Fire services and emergency medical services; revises terminology and reorganizes provisions. dead
HB598 Writ of actual innocence; type of plea required for issuance. dead
HB605 Localities; funds dedicated for economic development for those with high unemployment rates. dead
HB627 Incapacitated persons; fraud or coercion in sales of products or services, penalty. dead
HB629 Motor vehicle insurance; underinsured coverage. dead
HB633 Local fiscal impact bills; first day introduction. dead
HB651 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; inspection of buildings, exception. dead
HB659 Community services boards and behavioral health authorities; information about services available. dead
HB665 Voter registration lists; interstate cross-checking programs. dead
HB671 Writ of actual innocence; petitions, bail hearings. dead
HB693 Paper ballot; chief officer of election may provide when conditions at precinct necessitate use. dead
HB694 Voter registration; early registration for persons 16 years of age or older. dead
HB707 Digital impersonation; penalty. dead
HB716 Trafficking in persons; penalties. dead
HB717 Income tax, state; deduction for mental health professionals volunteering at community services bds. dead
HB727 Campaign finance disclosure; out-of-state political committees. dead
HB729 Tax restructuring; modifies individual income and retail sales and use taxes. dead
HB732 Administration, Secretary of; transfer of powers and duties, etc. dead
HB736 Concealed handgun permits, lifetime; Department of State Police to issue, penalty. dead
HB738 Conservation easements; agreements to obtain land, consent required, inverse condemnation. dead
HB741 Antique motor vehicles; exempted from exhaust system requirements. dead
HB746 Conflict of Interest Acts, State and Local Gov't. and General Assembly; gifts, disclosures. dead
HB756 Nonconforming billboards; revises and updates statutory requirements pertaining to maintenance, etc. dead
HB775 Virginia Disaster Relief Fund; established. dead
HB779 Diabetes; DSS to develop a pilot program for self-care education for individuals and families. dead
HB780 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Program; distribution of benefits. dead
HB788 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; out-of-state requests for records. dead
HB825 General district court; days of operation. dead
HB839 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; applicability to Office of the Attorney General. dead
HB867 Prisoners; notification of tertiary care. dead
HB870 New infrastructure; tax credit for certain investment. dead
HB877 Hybrid retirement program; local deferred compensation and cash match plans. dead
HB881 Electric utility regulation; renewable energy portfolio standard program, etc. dead
HB889 Economics education & financial literacy; Bd. of Education to develop online course of instruction. dead
HB895 Medicine, Board of; changes membership requirements. dead
HB896 Income tax, state; tax credit for completion of public school renovation. dead
HB902 Virginia-recognized Indian Tribes; contracts with firms to perform building function on Reservation. dead
HB905 Vital Records, State Registrar of; disclosure of death index information. dead
HB908 Contract passenger carriers; eliminates certain requirements. dead
HB910 Renewable energy property; tax credits for placing into service. dead
HB917 Elections; programming optical scan tabulators for recount. dead
HB921 Urban county executive form of government; auditor, school board. dead
HB935 Unlawful dissemination or sale of images of another; civil action, penalty. dead
HB946 Workers' compensation; fee schedule for medical care services, prompt payment of bills. dead
HB951 Parole board; parole review, required release. dead
HB955 Administrative Process Act; exemption for certain regulations. dead
HB965 Governor's Child Safety Test; local school board to include as part of program of physical fitness. dead
HB974 Income tax, state and corporate; credit for food crop donations to a food bank. dead
HB981 Alcoholic beverage control; certain tobacco laws, enforcement by Department of State Police. dead
HB985 Juvenile Correctional Facility in Natural Bridge, former; property conveyance. dead
HB995 Income and sales and use taxes; expiration dates for various credits and exemptions. dead
HB1001 Electric utilities; on-bill financing programs for eligible energy efficiency measures. dead
HB1010 Emergency medical services providers; certification. dead
HB1029 Libel and slander; candidates for office. dead
HB1030 Campaign finance; persons required to file independent expenditures disclosure reports. dead
HB1046 Nurse practitioners, licensed; treatment of injured employee within scope of practice. dead
HB1047 Income tax, state; working family child care tax credit. dead
HB1050 Soil & water conservation district; exempts certain signs from regulation as outdoor structures. dead
HB1052 Method of execution; Director of DOC certifies that lethal injection isn't available, electrocution. dead
HB1059 Electric utility regulation; recovery of certain generation facility costs, etc. dead
HB1064 Hearing-impaired prisoners; Director of DOC to make available interpreters within facilities. dead
HB1073 Criminal history record information; unauthorized dissemination, etc., civil action. dead
HB1103 Drug analogs, prohibited; Board of Pharmacy may regulate, prohibition on sale, civil penalty. dead
HB1114 Student data; cloud computing. dead
HB1118 Firearms; criminal background check for transfer, exemption for holders of concealed permits. dead
HB1119 Compounding of drug products; notice. dead
HB1120 Warning lights on privately owned vehicles; requirements relating to emergency response vehicles. dead
HB1122 Service of process; social security numbers. dead
HB1126 Witnesses; protection of identity. dead
HB1131 Health care providers; regulation, prohibited acts, Class 4 misdemeanor. dead
HB1145 Firearms; restoration of rights, report to State Police. dead
HB1152 Alcoholic beverage control; suspension or revocation of mixed beverage licenses, penalty. dead
HB1153 Real property tax; assessments, appeal to court. dead
HB1159 Political contributions; prohibitions during procurement process. dead
HB1163 Trails; allocation of federal funds for establishment and maintenance. dead
HB1165 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; elimination of Department, etc. dead
HB1178 Trespass; physical interference with rights of owner, penalty. dead
HB1203 Localities; provision of grievance procedure. dead
HB1207 Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Act; regulations. dead
HB1208 Virginia Public Procurement Act; consideration of early payment discounts. dead
HB1223 Virginia Public Procurement Act; small, women, and minority-owned businesses. dead
HB1227 Tobacco products; changes tax on premium cigars. dead
HB1228 Electric utility regulation; recovery of distribution system costs. dead
HB1234 Landfills; limitation on location. dead
HB1238 Virginia Public Procurement Act; disclosure of cost estimates in solicitations prohibited. dead
HB1243 Income tax, corporate; tax rate shall be five % beginning taxable years on or after Jan. 1, 2015. dead
HB1257 Virginia Sports Authority; created. dead
HB1259 Embryo adoptions; recognition, issuance of birth certificate. dead
HB1269 Government Data Collection & Dissemination Practices Act; collection & use of personal information. dead
HB1274 Electronic devices; search without a warrant prohibited. dead
HB1275 Hampton Roads Veterans Care Center; funding of project. passed senate
HB1276 Northern Virginia Veterans Care Center; funding of project. passed senate
HB1277 Industrial hemp; production and manufacturing. passed
HB1278 Unemployment compensation; employer responsibility for benefit charges. dead
HB1279 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; expands certain exemption. passed
HB1280 Elections; date of June primary elections. dead
HB1281 Kill switches for digital devices; definitions, civil penalty. dead
HB1282 Judges; limitation on election and appointment. dead
HB1283 Commission on Federal Oversight; report. dead
HB1284 Branchville, Town of; amending charter, elections, terms of office of council members. passed
HB1285 Workers' compensation; definition of employee; property owners' associations. passed
HB1286 Income tax, state; refund payments. passed
HB1287 Forfeiture of property used in connection with commission of crimes; conviction required. dead
HB1288 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. dead
HB1289 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. dead
HB1290 Home food operations; certain exemptions for products. dead
HB1291 Real property tax; notice of assessments. passed
HB1292 Electoral boards; appointments. dead
HB1293 Stormwater fees; exemptions for religious groups. dead
HB1294 Churches and other religious bodies. dead
HB1295 Egg tax; repeals certain tax on egg handlers. dead
HB1296 Elected offices; November or May general election. passed senate
HB1297 Machinery and tools tax; production of renewable energy. passed
HB1298 Noncommercial vessels; reasonable suspicion. passed senate
HB1299 Schools denied accreditation; memoranda of understanding. dead
HB1300 Elections; costs of primaries; reimbursement to localities. dead
HB1301 Electoral board members and general registrars; compensation and expenses. dead
HB1302 Standards of Learning tests; expedited retake. dead
HB1303 Local school boards; administration of Standards of Learning assessments. passed senate
HB1304 Virginia Public School Educational Technology Grants Program; leases of educational technology. dead
HB1305 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; revolving door prohibition. dead
HB1306 Graduation requirements; naturalization test. dead
HB1307 Public elementary and secondary schools; student identification numbers. passed
HB1308 Wire, electronic, or oral communications; civil action for unlawful interception, disclosure, etc. passed
HB1309 Local school boards; arming of school security officers. dead
HB1310 Taxes on electronic cigarettes and other vapor products. dead
HB1311 Civil contempt; limits on imprisonment. dead
HB1312 Vote centers; pilot program. dead
HB1313 School Performance Report Card; rankings. dead
HB1314 Student eligibility for in-state tuition at public institutions of higher education; state subsidy. dead
HB1315 Jury commissioners; retention of information obtained from those not qualified to serve. passed senate
HB1316 Virginia Retirement System; average final compensation. dead
HB1317 Speeding; reckless driving. dead
HB1318 Absentee ballots; photo identification required for submission of application. passed
HB1319 Special license plates; CURE CHILDHOOD CANCER. passed
HB1320 Teacher licensure renewal; college credit. passed senate
HB1321 Public institutions of higher education; student right to representation at proceedings. dead
HB1322 Public institutions of higher education; officially recognized student organizations. dead
HB1323 Higher educational institutions; officially recognized student organizations, policy violations. dead
HB1324 Boating safety; exemption from education requirement. passed
HB1325 Visually impaired students; instruction in Braille, etc. dead
HB1326 Income tax credit; donations to nonprofits preserving historical battlefields. dead
HB1327 Elections; assistance for certain voters. dead
HB1328 Public schools; impact of student aliens not lawfully present in the United States, report. dead
HB1329 Out-of-state concealed handgun permits; photo identification. passed senate
HB1330 Campaign finance; fundraising during legislative sessions. dead
HB1331 Sheriff's office; clarifies motor vehicle markings. passed
HB1332 House of Delegates districts; technical adjustment. passed
HB1333 Polling places; designation of authorized representatives of political parties. passed
HB1334 Students' personally identifiable information; (DOE) to develop certain policies. passed
HB1335 Education; agency coordination. passed
HB1336 SCHEV; policy on course credit at higher educational institutions. passed
HB1337 Recordation tax; exemption for bail bondsmen. dead
HB1338 Electronic textbooks; hardware. passed senate
HB1339 Health benefit exchange; information on health benefit plans. dead
HB1340 Tangible personal property tax relief; autocycles. passed
HB1341 Autocycles; exempted from motor vehicle emissions inspection program. passed
HB1342 Driver of motor vehicle following too closely; includes non-motor vehicles. passed
HB1343 Campus police departments; sexual assault reporting. dead
HB1344 Flashing lights on motor vehicles; 'move over' law. passed
HB1345 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain light bulbs. passed
HB1346 Income tax, state; payment of refunds. dead
HB1347 Habitual offenders; intervention interview. dead
HB1348 Telecommunication records; warrant requirement, prohibition on collection by law enforcement. incorporated
HB1349 Search of electronic device without warrant prohibited. dead
HB1350 Personal injury or wrongful death action; appointment of administrator. passed
HB1351 Diploma seals; biliteracy. passed senate
HB1352 BPOL tax; deduction for amounts paid under subcontracts. dead
HB1353 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; Supplement to Registry. passed senate
HB1354 Animal Cruelty Conviction List; established. dead
HB1355 Photo monitoring; use of systems to enforce traffic light signals, appeals. passed
HB1356 Tuition, in-state; students granted Temporary Protected Status, etc. dead
HB1357 Automobile and homeowners insurance policies; notices. passed
HB1358 Virginia Retirement System; creditable service for members of General Assembly. dead
HB1359 Concealed handgun permits; lifetime permits. dead
HB1360 Securities Act; Crowdfunding Virginia Exemption. passed senate
HB1361 Virginia Virtual School, Board of; established, report. dead
HB1362 Elections; run-off elections. dead
HB1363 Industrial waste; land application unlawful in certain counties. dead
HB1364 Solid and semisolid industrial wastes; fees for testing and monitoring of land application. passed
HB1365 Discharge from state hospitals or training centers; local departments of social services. dead
HB1366 Sex offenders; prohibiting entry onto school or other property, hearing. passed
HB1367 Temporary injunction; affidavit or verified pleading. passed
HB1368 A-F school grading system; repeals system created in 2013 and 2014. dead
HB1369 Grand larceny; increases threshold. dead
HB1370 Improper driving; jury hearing case. dead
HB1371 Rural Rustic Roads; designating certain streets discontinued for maintenance prior to July 1,1992. dead
HB1372 Motor vehicle accidents; not-at-fault accidents. dead
HB1373 License plates, special; issuance for members and supporters of Arc of North Central Virginia. dead
HB1374 License plates, special; issuance for veterans who have a service-connected disability. passed
HB1375 Voter identification; expiration date not considered. dead
HB1376 Arrest and summons quotas; prohibition. dead
HB1377 Health insurance; credits for retired school division employees. dead
HB1378 Real property tax; notice of assessments. dead
HB1379 Stationary mail vehicles; related to passing. passed
HB1380 Higher educational institutions, four-year public; dual enrollment programs. dead
HB1381 Industrial wastes; fees for testing and monitoring of land application. dead
HB1382 Unemployment compensation benefits; liability for benefit charges. dead
HB1383 Local government appointees, certain; serve at the pleasure of local governing body. dead
HB1384 Securities Act; exemption for crowdfunding. dead
HB1385 Sexual orientation change efforts; prohibited. dead
HB1386 Disaster relief; assistance by out-of-state businesses and employees. passed senate
HB1387 Health insurance; coverage for renewals of Schedule IV prescription eyedrops. dead
HB1388 Courthouse and courtroom security; increase of certain fee. dead
HB1389 Higher educational institutions; prohibition on regulating concealed handguns. dead
HB1390 State agencies or other entities; regulation of firearms prohibited. dead
HB1391 Interstate Health Care Compact; established. dead
HB1392 Emergency contact program; DMV may establish. passed
HB1393 License plates, special; issuance for STEM teachers and students. dead
HB1394 Elections; absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person. dead
HB1395 Nursing, Board of; licensure of applicant with previous conviction. dead
HB1396 Nursing homes and assisted living facilities; staffing standards. dead
HB1397 Divorce; evidence by affidavit. passed
HB1398 Highways, bridges, and ferries; clarification of certain revisions to Title 33. passed
HB1399 Flood insurance; escrow accounts. dead
HB1400 Budget Bill. passed senate
HB1401 Designating the Trooper Jacqueline Vernon Memorial Bridge. passed
HB1402 Highway maintenance; payments to certain cities and towns. passed senate
HB1403 Prisons; telephone systems within correctional facilities. dead
HB1404 Business permit, license, etc.; timely response by localities. dead
HB1405 Legal notices; advertisement by locality. dead
HB1406 Driving on a suspended or revoked license; causing death of another person, penalty. dead
HB1407 State secondary highways; allocation of 10 per cent of funds. dead
HB1408 Telecommunication records; warrant requirement, prohibition on collection by law enforcement. passed
HB1409 Public contracts; nondiscrimination, required provisions. dead
HB1410 Motor fuels; reduces tax rate on gasoline and gasohol. dead
HB1411 Concealed handguns; possession by faculty members at higher educational institutions. dead
HB1412 Vehicles owned by a locality; weighing exemptions. dead
HB1413 Hospital discharge procedures; designation of individual to receive information and instructions. passed
HB1414 Government-issued licenses, etc.; obtaining or renewing, conscience clause. dead
HB1415 Public schools; organizations governing interscholastic programs. dead
HB1416 Real property tax assessment; appeal to circuit court. dead
HB1417 House of Delegates districts; technical adjustments. passed
HB1418 Criminal injuries compensation; confidentiality. dead
HB1419 Standards of Learning; changes. passed
HB1420 Newborn screening; Krabbe disease and other lysosomal storage disorders shall be included in test. dead
HB1421 Workforce development; duties of the Chief Workforce Development Advisor. dead
HB1422 Illegal consumption of alcohol; use of premises, civil penalty. dead
HB1423 Advanced Learning and Research, Institute for; board membership. passed
HB1424 Virginia Water and Waste Authorities Act; delinquent payment. passed
HB1425 Elections; run-off elections. dead
HB1426 Explosive materials; use near dwelling house prohibited, penalty. dead
HB1427 Felony homicide; felony drug offenses, penalty. passed senate
HB1428 Senate districts; adjustments. dead
HB1429 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification. dead
HB1430 Unemployment compensation; benefit charges. dead
HB1431 Truck weight limits; overweight permits. dead
HB1432 Health care providers; regulation, prohibited acts, Class 1 misdemeanor. dead
HB1433 General registrars; reassigning duties of the electoral board. passed
HB1434 Competency and sanity evaluations; audiovisual recording. dead
HB1435 Physician assistants and nurse practitioners; appointment as medical examiners. passed
HB1436 Dispensing of interchangeable biosimilars; sunset provision. stricken
HB1437 Prayer at public events; authority to adopt an ordinance to allow. dead
HB1438 Local government; publication of notices for charter changes, referenda, and public hearings, etc. dead
HB1439 Alcoholic beverage control; regulations. passed
HB1440 Alcoholic beverage control; ABC Board markups. signed by governor
HB1441 Child abuse or neglect, suspected; person required to report, training program required. dead
HB1442 Police and court records; fees for expungement from record. dead
HB1443 Public schools; Board of Education regulations on use of seclusion and restraint. passed
HB1444 Vision care plans; reimbursement for services. passed
HB1445 Cannabidiol oil and THC-A oil; possession of marijuana. signed by governor
HB1446 Clean energy; financing programs, development of underwriting guidelines. passed
HB1447 Foreclosure procedures; assignment of deed of trust, penalty. dead
HB1448 Virginia Public School Improvement Program; established, report. dead
HB1449 Virginia Human Rights Act; childbirth or related medical conditions, cause of action. dead
HB1450 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; representations related to special flood hazard area. dead
HB1451 Landlord and tenant laws; notice to terminate tenancy. passed
HB1452 Landlord and tenant law; who may recover rent and possession. passed
HB1453 Stalking; penalty. dead
HB1454 Fair Housing Law; unlawful discrimination, sexual orientation or gender identity. dead
HB1455 DPOR; promoters of boxing, martial arts, and wrestling events. passed
HB1456 Reports of substance abuse by a pregnant woman; child-protective services. dead
HB1457 Direct access to physical therapy. passed
HB1458 Naloxone or other opioid antagonist; pharmacist may dispense in cases of opiate overdose. passed senate
HB1459 Neighborhood assistance tax credits; eligibility of physician and health care specialists. passed
HB1460 Campaign finance reports; ends pre-election reporting period for certain reports. passed
HB1461 Milk production; exemptions from certain requirements. dead
HB1462 Campground; definition. dead
HB1463 Elections; changes definition of 'party' or 'political party.' dead
HB1464 Equines; report on animal cruelty. dead
HB1465 Redistricting; certain population data to be used. dead
HB1466 Capitol Police; security for Governor-elect, Lieutenant Governor-elect, Attorney General-elect, etc. passed senate
HB1467 Concealed handguns; authorization and training for persons designated to carry on school property. dead
HB1468 Asset forfeiture; civil action. incorporated
HB1469 Marriage certificates; parties able to designate themselves as spouse, bride, etc., on application. passed senate
HB1470 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; use of revenues, effective date. passed
HB1471 Affordable housing; City of Fairfax added to list of localities with authority to provide. passed senate
HB1472 'Our Great Virginia'; designating as the official state song. passed senate
HB1473 General registrars; appointment from adjoining locality. passed senate
HB1474 Detention of delinquent juveniles; offenses causing death. passed senate
HB1475 Natural gas utilities; recovery and deferral of system expansion infrastructure costs. passed
HB1476 Nurse practitioners; expert witness testimony, added to definition of health care provider. passed
HB1477 Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act; created, codifies Act. dead
HB1478 Tuition, in-state; students granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. dead
HB1479 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; prohibited conduct, employment and appointments. dead
HB1480 Virginia Retirement System; creditable service for General Assembly members. dead
HB1481 ABC; farm wine produced by educational institutions exclusively for research, etc. dead
HB1482 Alcoholic beverage control; creates an art instruction studio license. dead
HB1483 Real property assessment; valuation for land preservation. passed
HB1484 Schools; approval of annual budgets. passed
HB1485 Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria. dead
HB1486 Workers' compensation; exclusivity of remedy. passed senate
HB1487 Depository institutions; authority to sponsor savings promotions. passed
HB1488 Conservation easements; tax benefits, disputes over easement terms. passed
HB1489 Local taxes; payment by a third party. passed
HB1490 Standards of Learning; eligibility for retake of test, exception. passed
HB1491 Graduation; verified units of credit, locally developed alternative assessments. dead
HB1492 Recordation tax; exemption of certain deeds. dead
HB1493 Enticing another into a dwelling house; person who commits certain violations, Class 6 felony. passed senate
HB1494 State Police; reporting hate crimes. dead
HB1495 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification. dead
HB1496 Voter registration lists; interstate cross-checking programs. dead
HB1497 Absentee voting; registered voter using absentee ballot. dead
HB1498 Virginia Human Rights Act; prohibits discrimination in public employment. dead
HB1499 Breast-feeding in public places; mother's right. passed
HB1500 Overdoses; definition. passed senate
HB1501 Highway maintenance; bases payments to cities and towns on lane-miles of highways. dead
HB1502 Highway maintenance; payments to certain cities. dead
HB1503 Driving after forfeiture of license; blood alcohol content. dead
HB1504 Justice for Victims of Sterilization Act; established, sunset provision. dead
HB1505 Sexual offenses; prohibiting proximity to victims of the offense, penalty. dead
HB1506 Deferred and installment payments; condition of all agreements for fines, costs, etc., posting. passed
HB1507 Dan River; designating certain segment as State Scenic River. passed
HB1508 Higher educational institutions; memorandum of understanding and policies. dead
HB1509 Hospitals; required notice to patients. dead
HB1510 Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission; population estimates. passed
HB1511 Industrial waste and sewage sludge; disclosure of land. dead
HB1512 Minimum wage; increases to $15.15 per hour. dead
HB1513 Jail authorities; sovereign immunity. dead
HB1514 Composite index of local ability-to-pay; use value of real estate in certain localities. dead
HB1515 Maternity patients; information about safe sleep environments for infants. passed
HB1516 Wildlife traps; use of remote trap-checking technology. passed
HB1517 Child day programs; exemptions from licensure. dead
HB1518 Primary elections; voter registration by political party. dead
HB1519 Virginia Biased-Based Profiling Statistics Reporting Act; established. dead
HB1520 Sheriffs, local police, and State Police; transportation & security of officials, dignitaries, etc. dead
HB1521 Body-worn camera system; use by law enforcement. dead
HB1522 Motor fuels; hauling during times of necessitous circumstances. passed
HB1523 Workforce Development, Virginia Board of; qualification for services related to WIA. passed
HB1524 Ultrasound prior to abortion. dead
HB1525 NVTA; Department of Taxation's costs in administering certain taxes. dead
HB1526 Children; use of communications systems to facilitate certain offenses, penalty. dead
HB1527 Child abuse or neglect; mandatory reports involving sexual offenses. dead
HB1528 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; limitation on collection. dead
HB1529 General appropriation act; expiration date of second enactment Chapter 2, 2014 Sp. I Acts. dead
HB1530 Federal health benefit exchange; plan management function. dead
HB1531 Speed limits in school zones; counties allowed to increase or decrease. passed senate
HB1532 Roanoke, City of; amending charter, appointment of director of finance, term of office. passed
HB1533 Obscene sexual display in a public place; third offense, penalty. dead
HB1534 Body-worn camera system; use by the Department of State Police. dead
HB1535 Tributary strategies; removes requirement for Secretary of Natural Resources to provide a report. passed
HB1536 Water Quality Improvement Act; references to obsolete tributary strategy plans. passed
HB1537 Student conduct; parental responsibility to prevent bullying. dead
HB1538 Voter identification; reasonable match of identification and pollbook name. passed
HB1539 Virginia Translational Medicine Investment Fund; established. dead
HB1540 Virginia Public Procurement Act (VPPA); job order contracting and cooperative procurement. dead
HB1541 Birth control; definition. dead
HB1542 State Trails Advisory Committee; established, report, sunset provision. passed senate
HB1543 Tobacco Funds Expenditure Review Commission; created, report. dead
HB1544 Emergency vehicles; vehicle illuminated identification systems. passed
HB1545 United States Postal Service; inspectors. passed
HB1546 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; sworn members of enforcement division of DMV added. dead
HB1547 Harassment; impersonating another by use of a computer, penalty. dead
HB1548 Concealed handgun permit; revocation of permit if delinquent in child support payments. dead
HB1549 Motor vehicle dealers; prohibits franchisors from coercing dealers to provide access to data. passed
HB1550 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting. dead
HB1551 Antique motor vehicles; exhaust systems. passed
HB1552 Child welfare agencies; regulation, national criminal history record check requirement. dead
HB1553 Local notifications; locality may by ordinance establish system to deliver to residents by email. passed
HB1554 Recyclable materials; changes tax credit by extending expiration date to January 1, 2020. passed
HB1555 Medicaid; tax credit for providers of waiver services. dead
HB1556 Economic development, local; revenues from certain taxes for qualified locality. dead
HB1557 Non-accredited schools, persistently; Board of Education guidance. dead
HB1558 Adult fatality review teams, local and regional; created, penalty. passed
HB1559 Incapacitated adults; abuse or neglect, penalty. dead
HB1560 Electronic summons systems; towns may assess an additional sum. passed senate
HB1561 Hospitals; required notice to patients. dead
HB1562 Electronic identity management; standards, liability. passed
HB1563 Business entities; reserved names. passed
HB1564 Schedule I drugs; adding several substances to list. passed
HB1565 Companion animals; authority of animal control officers. dead
HB1566 Individual school performance; star number scale. dead
HB1567 Tax-delinquent property; multijurisdictional sale. passed
HB1568 Emergency vehicles; bridge weight limits. dead
HB1569 TANF; eligibility, drug-related felonies. dead
HB1570 Child day centers and family day homes; regulations, national background check required, report. passed senate
HB1571 Electronic summons system; additional assessment for costs and fees. dead
HB1572 Open-space land; acquisition. dead
HB1573 Attorney General or his designee; duty to represent the interests of the Commonwealth. dead
HB1574 Voter registration; proof of citizenship. dead
HB1575 Concealed handgun permit; disqualification from obtaining when convicted of drunk boating. dead
HB1576 Real property tax assessments; arbitration. dead
HB1577 Veteran Employment Grant Fund and Program; created. dead
HB1578 DNA data bank; State Police to verify receipt of samples from persons on the Sex Offender Registry. passed
HB1579 Vehicle registrations; expiration and renewal on or after July 1, 2015. dead
HB1580 Bar exam; preservation of examination papers, copies available to applicant. dead
HB1581 Family life education; advance directives related to mental health. dead
HB1582 Adult abuse, neglect, or exploitation, suspected; mandated reporters. dead
HB1583 Certified nurse aides; education programs. dead
HB1584 Fire services and emergency medical services; revises certain terminology. passed senate
HB1585 Schools failing to achieve full accreditation; scheduling flexibility. dead
HB1586 Community cat programs. dead
HB1587 Deemed consent for blood testing; minors. passed
HB1588 Economic development policy; Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry add to certain committee. passed
HB1589 Personal property; tax relief on certain motor vehicles leased by members of the military. passed
HB1590 Cigarettes and other tobacco products; increases state tax rate. dead
HB1591 Genetically engineered foods; definition, labeling of food, penalty. dead
HB1592 High school graduation requirements; verified units of credit, alternative assessments. dead
HB1593 Parking in residential areas; localities may by ordinance permit in a public right-of-way. passed
HB1594 Outdoor advertising; regulation by county governing bodies. passed
HB1595 Alternative Fuel Vehicle Conversion Grant Fund; grants to assist agencies. dead
HB1596 Prostitution; affirmative defense to prosecution. dead
HB1597 Virginia National Guard; nonjudicial punishment. passed
HB1598 Conflicts of Interests Acts, State and Local Government and General Assembly; prohibited gifts. incorporated
HB1599 Voter registration; political party affiliation on registration record. dead
HB1600 Gender-specific terms; revises certain references. dead
HB1601 Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA); amends Act to modify current version. passed
HB1602 Child support; DSS to prorate payments on the basis of amounts due. passed
HB1603 Identification cards, special; contents on DMV issued cards. passed
HB1604 Firearms; criminal history record information check, penalties. dead
HB1605 Marijuana; possession or distribution for medical purposes. dead
HB1606 Private police departments; definition. passed
HB1607 Medicolegal death investigators; Chief Medical Examiner authorized to appoint. passed
HB1608 Local government; prohibits practices that would require contractors to provide benefits. passed
HB1609 Severability; removes clauses by repeal or amendment throughout Code of Virginia. passed
HB1610 Punitive or exemplary damages; consistency provided by changing references to damages. passed
HB1611 Assault and battery; felony when committed against certain persons. passed
HB1612 School service providers; protection of student personal information. passed
HB1613 Secondary highway system construction projects; relocation or removal of utility facilities. passed
HB1614 Southwestern Va. Training Center & Southeastern Va. Training Center; closure prohibited. dead
HB1615 Standards of Learning; integrated assessments to include multiple subject areas. passed
HB1616 Career and technical education; alignment with national certification requirements. passed senate
HB1617 DNA; analysis upon conviction of certain Class 1 misdemeanors. incorporated
HB1618 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; resource management plans, closed meetings. passed
HB1619 Eleventh and twelfth grade transfer students; graduation requirements. dead
HB1620 DUI; person cannot be found guilty if in vehicle that is parked on private residential property. dead
HB1621 Real property tax; notice of assessments. dead
HB1622 Electric utilities; net energy metering. dead
HB1623 Securities Act; crowdfunding exemption. dead
HB1624 Multistate Tax Commission; Tax Commissioner to take steps for Va. to become an associate member. dead
HB1625 Lovettsville, Town of; amending charter, updates boundaries, town powers, etc. passed
HB1626 Students receiving home instruction; participation in public school interscholastic programs. passed
HB1627 Economics education and financial literacy; standard unit of credit, alternative assessment. dead
HB1628 Virginia Public Procurement Act; contract modification. passed senate
HB1629 Financial institutions; a bank may establish & operate automated teller machines, service facility. passed
HB1630 Problem-Solving Courts; established, report. dead
HB1631 Manufacturing Development Commission; duties. dead
HB1632 Common Interest Community Board; duties. passed
HB1633 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; record exemption for certain health records. passed
HB1634 Farm winery; licensees allowed to manufacture wine containing 21% or less of alcohol by volume. passed
HB1635 Defamation; statute of limitations, actions involving Internet. passed
HB1636 Net energy metering; program for community subscriber organizations. dead
HB1637 Virginia Public Procurement Act; job order contracts and design professional contracts. passed senate
HB1638 Felony homicide; violation of felony drug offenses, penalty. incorporated
HB1639 DUI; persons convicted under laws of other states or federal law. passed
HB1640 State Corporation Commission; certificates of fact. passed
HB1641 Virginia Values Veterans Program; certification by state agencies & higher educational institutions. passed
HB1642 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; representations related to special flood hazard areas. passed
HB1643 Virginia Human Rights Act; public employment; prohibited discrimination; sexual orientation. dead
HB1644 Commonwealth Transportation Board; membership chosen from congressional districts. dead
HB1645 Alcoholic beverage control; expands bed and breakfast licenses. passed senate
HB1646 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; proceeding for enforcement. dead
HB1647 Drug overdoses; reporting of medical aid or treatment. dead
HB1648 Sales and use tax; exemption includes gold, silver, or platinum whose sales price exceeds $1,000. passed
HB1649 Stationary refuse-collection vehicles; procedure for passing and overtaking. passed
HB1650 Renewable energy property; establishes grants for placing into service. dead
HB1651 Natural gas fueling stations; tax credit for certain owners of stations that are open to the public. dead
HB1652 Local government; notice of commercial application of pesticides. dead
HB1653 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification. passed
HB1654 Minimum wage; increases from its current federally mandated level to $8.00 per hour. dead
HB1655 Highway logo sign program; revision by VDOT, et al. dead
HB1656 James City County; amending charter, director of planning. passed
HB1657 Advance directives; directions about life-prolonging procedures during pregnancy. passed
HB1658 Property Owners' Association Act; procedures for amending declaration and bylaws. dead
HB1659 Virginia Retirement System; increase of retirement allowance. dead
HB1660 Recognition of EMS Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact. dead
HB1661 Virginia Information Technologies; contracts for private educational institutions. passed senate
HB1662 Transportation network companies (TNCs); licensing process by DMV. signed by governor
HB1663 Buchanan, Town of; amending charter, powers and elections. passed
HB1664 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for holiday tree sales by nonprofit organizations. dead
HB1665 Financing of clean energy programs; development of optional underwriting guidelines. dead
HB1666 Firearms or ammunition for firearms; petition for permit of restoration of right to possess, venue. passed
HB1667 Conflicts of Interests Acts, and General Assembly; certain gifts prohibited. incorporated
HB1668 Public schools; Standards of Learning tests. dead
HB1669 Scholastic records; personally identifiable information contained in student databases. dead
HB1670 Sheriffs; always serving as chief law-enforcement officer of locality. dead
HB1671 Purchase of handguns; limitation on handgun purchases; penalty. dead
HB1672 School Performance Report Card; redesign to be more effective in communicating to parents & public. passed senate
HB1673 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; limitation on collection. passed senate
HB1674 School accreditation; review of status by Board of Education. passed senate
HB1675 Graduation requirements; local alternative paths to standard or verified units of credit. passed senate
HB1676 Postsecondary credential, etc.; local school board agreements with community colleges. passed
HB1677 Workforce development; grants for earning training credentials. dead
HB1678 Alcoholic beverage control; expands privileges of distiller's license. dead
HB1679 Students, hearing or visually impaired; information on services on school division website. passed
HB1680 Employment applications; inquiries regarding criminal arrests, charges, or convictions. dead
HB1681 Workplace safety; employer reporting requirements. passed
HB1682 Alexandria, City of; amending charter, changes certain powers of mayor, city council, etc. passed
HB1683 Higher educational institutions; liaisons to report criminal sexual assault, etc. dead
HB1684 Standards of Learning assessments; waivers. dead
HB1685 Private police departments. dead
HB1686 Fish; DGIF shall establish a special permit. passed senate
HB1687 Battery; increases penalty when against a school employee engaged in performance of his duties. dead
HB1688 State Comptroller; deposit of fines and fees for violation of local ordinances. dead
HB1689 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government and General Assembly; prohibited gifts. incorporated
HB1690 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; unlawful conversion of campaign contributions to personal use. dead
HB1691 Alcoholic beverage control; expands definition of day spa. dead
HB1692 Higher educational institutions; alternative tuition or fee structures offered to students. dead
HB1693 Civil admission process; alternative transportation. passed
HB1694 Temporary detention order; custody. passed
HB1695 Health regulatory boards; powers and duties, health care practitioners with mental illness. dead
HB1696 Public service corporations; access to public records to exercise right of eminent domain. dead
HB1697 Synthetic plastic microbeads; prohibition against manufacture or sale of certain products, penalty. dead
HB1698 Students; questionnaires and surveys requesting sexual information, etc. passed senate
HB1699 House of Delegates districts; technical adjustment to Districts 25 and 26 in Rockingham County. passed
HB1700 Motorcycles and autocycles; relating to brake lights. passed
HB1701 Neighborhood assistance tax; tax credit percentage for business firm or an individual. passed
HB1702 Firearms; transfer, etc., from licensed dealer. passed senate
HB1703 Virginia Public Procurement Act; small purchase procedure for construction. dead
HB1704 Transient occupancy tax; Bland Co. added to list of counties that may impose tax at a rate up to 5%. passed
HB1705 Gas severance tax; no tax shall be imposed on or after January 1, 2018. passed
HB1706 Public schools; Standards of Learning tests. dead
HB1707 Hugh T. Pendleton Memorial Highway; designating as a portion of Route 24 in Campbell County. passed
HB1708 Certain industrial uses; transmission lines. dead
HB1709 Offshore natural gas and oil; allocation of royalties. dead
HB1710 Behavioral Health and Developmental Services Trust Fund; use of funds. dead
HB1711 Real property tax; nonjudicial sale of certain tax-delinquent property. passed
HB1712 Vending stands & other business enterprises operated in public buildings; vacancies for the blind. dead
HB1713 Schools accredited with three warnings or denied accreditation; alternative enrollment policy. dead
HB1714 Standards of Learning; third grade through eighth grade assessments. passed
HB1715 Higher educational institutions; students exhibiting suicidal tendencies or behavior, policies. passed senate
HB1716 Income tax, state; individual subtraction for income attributable to discharge of student loan. passed
HB1717 Psychiatric treatment of minors; objecting minor, criteria, duration of admission. passed senate
HB1718 Private investigators or personal protection specialist; independent contractors. passed
HB1719 Virginia Real Estate Transaction Recovery Fund; conforms provisions to Virginia Contractor Fund. dead
HB1720 Capital cases; mental retardation. dead
HB1721 Real property tax; exemption for surviving spouses of members of armed forces killed in action. passed
HB1722 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exemptions for university presidents. dead
HB1723 Radon; persons certified as proficient to offer screening, testing, and mitigation. passed
HB1724 Forest products; revision of definition, changing of tax on all products. passed
HB1725 Virginia Solar Energy Development Authority; created, report. dead
HB1726 Enterprise zone real property; investment grants. dead
HB1727 Commonwealth's tax code; conformity with federal law. passed
HB1728 Renewable energy property; establishes beginning in 2015 a tax credit to be placed in service. dead
HB1729 Distributed electric generation; establishment of community solar gardens. dead
HB1730 Electric & natural gas utilities; energy efficiency goals required for investor-owned utilities. dead
HB1731 Natural Resources, Secretary of; required to report on certain environmental issues. dead
HB1732 Naloxone or other opioid antagonists; dispensing and administration. dead
HB1733 Prescription drug orders; delivery to PACE program facility. passed senate
HB1734 Living shorelines; loans for creation. passed senate
HB1735 Optometrists, TPA-certified; administration of certain Schedule II drugs. passed
HB1736 Wholesale distributors; notice to Board of Pharmacy when ceasing distribution of certain drugs. passed
HB1737 Outsourcing facilities; new regulatory framework created for permitting. passed
HB1738 Hospices; notice to dispenser of patient's death within 48 hours. passed
HB1739 Landlord and tenant laws; applicability to campgrounds. passed senate
HB1740 Enterprise Zone Grant Program; zones limited in county/city to an aggregate of 10 square miles. dead
HB1741 Income tax; subtraction for long-term capital gains, extends investment period. passed
HB1742 Self storage insurance; authority of unit lessors. passed
HB1743 Income tax; tax credit for research and development expenses. dead
HB1744 Local employee grievance procedure; final step in procedure adopted by local government. dead
HB1745 Fire Programs Fund; expense of administration of insurance laws and regulatory revenue taxes. dead
HB1746 Bicycles; operation on certain bicycle paths and trails, bicycle lanes, and shared-use paths. dead
HB1747 Health insurance; mental health parity. passed
HB1748 Accidents; reports maintained by DMV. passed
HB1749 Expungement of protective orders. dead
HB1750 Investigational drugs; expanded access. passed senate
HB1751 Administrative Process Act; certain review by Joint Commission on Administrative Rules, report. passed senate
HB1752 SOL; Bd. of Education prohibited from adopting revisions that implement Common Core State Standards. passed senate
HB1753 Home instruction of children; requirements, year-end assessments, cutoff date. dead
HB1754 Home instruction of children; parent to provide certain testing scores to division superintendent. passed
HB1755 Freedom Flag; designating as official flag of remembrance of 9/11/01, in Virginia. dead
HB1756 Tourism zones; tax revenues for tourism projects. passed
HB1757 Small, Women-owned, and Minority-owned Business Loan Fund; established. passed
HB1758 Portsmouth, City of; appointment of board of zoning appeals. passed senate
HB1759 Arrest without warrant; procedures. dead
HB1760 Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission; local representation. dead
HB1761 Portsmouth, City of; amending charter, election of mayor and city council members. passed
HB1762 Retail sales and transient occupancy taxes; room rentals, lodgings, etc. dead
HB1763 Prisoners; secreting or concealing contraband, penalty. dead
HB1764 Criminal history record information; dissemination, etc., civil actions. passed senate
HB1765 Sheriffs; immunity for actions of deputy. dead
HB1766 Real property tax; exemption for certain leasehold interests. passed
HB1767 Unlawful detainer proceedings; satisfaction of judgments. passed
HB1768 Workplace safety; Voluntary Protection Program. passed
HB1769 Driving after consuming alcohol; persons under age 21. dead
HB1770 Protective orders; person may petition to have police and court records expunged. dead
HB1771 Motor vehicle insurance; refusal of claims, payment of uninsured and underinsured benefits. dead
HB1772 Concealed handguns; prohibited at airports, exception. dead
HB1773 Concealed handgun; possession on school property. dead
HB1774 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA. dead
HB1775 Medical malpractice proceedings; health care providers; expert testimony. passed
HB1776 Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority; created, report, eliminates ABC Board. passed senate
HB1777 Recyclable Materials Processing Equipment Tax Credit; extends sunset provision. dead
HB1778 Clean-Fuel Vehicle & Advanced Cellulosic Biofuels Job Creation Tax Credit; extends sunset provision. dead
HB1779 Civil commitment proceedings; fees and compensation. dead
HB1780 Circuit court clerk; revises certain responsibilities. passed senate
HB1781 Broadband and television service cables; VDOT standards. dead
HB1782 Charitable gaming; annual audit fee. dead
HB1783 Child support; arrearage. passed senate
HB1784 Virginia Port Authority; capital projects. passed
HB1785 Campus police departments; sexual assault reporting. passed senate
HB1786 Higher education; reporting of sexual assault, penalty. dead
HB1787 Virginia Port Authority; gubernatorial appointments to the Board of Commissioners. dead
HB1788 Higher educational institutions; frequency of reporting six-year plans. dead
HB1789 Virginia Economic Development Authority; compensation of employees. dead
HB1790 State agency or official; prohibition on payments without an appropriation, prohibition on IOUs. passed
HB1791 Higher educational institutions; removal of members of board of visitors, etc. passed
HB1792 Gamete donors; HIV testing protocol. passed
HB1793 Wheelchair-access-only accessible parking spaces; DHCD required to amend administrative regulation. dead
HB1794 Foreclosure sale by trustee in execution of deed of trust; advertisement of time-share properties. passed
HB1795 Virginia Real Estate Board; exemptions from licensure. passed
HB1796 Alcoholic beverage control; operation of government store by distiller licensee. passed
HB1797 Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity; definition of small business. dead
HB1798 Fiduciary; qualification without security, issuance of certificates of qualification. passed senate
HB1799 Innovation and Entrepreneurship Investment Authority; powers, report. passed
HB1800 Open-end lending by banks, savings institutions, etc.; determining grace period. passed senate
HB1801 Firearms; display or distribution of information at shows. dead
HB1802 Certification of death; signing medical form, if not in timely manner Class 1 misdemeanor. dead
HB1803 Surface transportation and removal service; registration, manager of record. passed
HB1804 Onsite sewage systems; validity of certain septic tank permits. passed
HB1805 Veteran Entrepreneurship Grant Fund and Program; created. dead
HB1806 Workers' compensation; exclusion of certain truck owner-operators. passed
HB1807 Cigarettes; possession with intent to distribute contraband, fraudulent purchase. passed senate
HB1808 Missing persons; search and rescue. passed
HB1809 Private police departments. dead
HB1810 Prescription Monitoring Program; civil subpoenas. passed senate
HB1811 Clams, cultured; use of handheld devices for harvesting. passed senate
HB1812 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement; requirements of annual report. passed senate
HB1813 Veterinary medicine; practice. dead
HB1814 Alcoholic beverage control; food-beverage ratio. dead
HB1815 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage restaurant licensees, food-beverage ratio. dead
HB1816 Cosmetologist, licensed or licensed esthetician; clarifies services. dead
HB1817 Flood protection plan; Department of Conservation and Recreation to regularly update. passed
HB1818 Health professions; regulation, updated terminology. passed
HB1819 Motor vehicle accidents; underinsured motorist claims, settlement procedures, subrogation. passed senate
HB1820 Workers' compensation; pecuniary liability of the employer for medical services, report. passed senate
HB1821 Post-adoption services. signed by governor
HB1822 Apprenticeship-related instruction; transfers certain duties. passed
HB1823 Discrimination; equal pay irrespective of sex. dead
HB1824 Motor Vehicles, Department of; unlawful provision of examination answers. passed
HB1825 Nail technicians; regulations of Board for Barbers and Cosmetology for practice, expands definition. dead
HB1826 Virginia Racing Commission; powers, definitions, advance deposit account wagering revenues. passed
HB1827 Routine highway maintenance projects; exemption from erosion and sediment control requirements. passed
HB1828 Land preservation; tax credit. passed
HB1829 Toxic substances; changes time frame. passed
HB1830 Medical assistance; state plan for eligibility of payment. dead
HB1831 Income tax, state; tax credit for low-income taxpayer. dead
HB1832 License plates; display of single plate for certain motor vehicles. dead
HB1833 Naloxone; administration by law-enforcement officers. passed senate
HB1834 Luray, Town of; amending charter, changes date of municipal elections. passed
HB1835 Virginia Public Procurement Act (VPPA); methods of procurement. passed senate
HB1836 Campaign finance; certain contributions prohibited. dead
HB1837 Virginia National Guard anthem; designating The National Guard March as official anthem. dead
HB1838 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting. dead
HB1839 Controlled substances; scheduling. passed
HB1840 Reckless driving conviction; alcohol safety action program. dead
HB1841 Prescription Monitoring Program; requirements for dispensers. passed
HB1842 Performance and incentive grants; review of incentive packages, report, repeals certain provisions. passed
HB1843 Green job creation tax credit; extends sunset provision to January 1, 2018. passed
HB1844 Major business facility; job tax credit to spread over two years per qualified full-time employee. passed
HB1845 Harassment by computer; impersonating another; penalty. dead
HB1846 Coal combustion residuals; monitoring and testing private wells and springs. dead
HB1847 Public assistance; eligibility determinations. passed
HB1848 Cooperative utility; locality shall have authority to sell its interest. dead
HB1849 Zoning appeals, board of; granting of variance, ex parte communications, proceedings. passed senate
HB1850 Weight of vehicles; DMV included as an agency whose notice or publication must match the Code of Va. dead
HB1851 Attorney General; allowed to represent a court reporter employed by the Commonwealth, etc. dead
HB1852 General district court judges; increases number in 21st Judicial District. dead
HB1853 Number of judges; increases number in 21st Judicial District. dead
HB1854 Virginia Public Procurement Act; small, women-owned, minority-owned, etc., businesses. passed
HB1855 Unemployment compensation; wages excluded from tax. dead
HB1856 License plates, special; removes existing requirement for armed forces plates. dead
HB1857 Weber City, Town of; amending charter, extends terms of council members, mayor, etc. passed senate
HB1858 Absentee voting; persons primarily and personally responsible for the care of a child. dead
HB1859 Conservation officers; Breaks Interstate Park. passed
HB1860 Collection receptacles for clothing, household items, etc.; required disclosures. passed
HB1861 Battery; certain local social services workers; penalty. dead
HB1862 Wrongful death action; distribution of award. dead
HB1863 Court-appointed counsel; waivers for compensation. dead
HB1864 Firearms show; State Police list of vendors or exhibitors. dead
HB1865 Local fiscal impact bills; first day introduction. dead
HB1866 Dam Safety, Flood Prevention, and Protection Assistance Fund; use of Fund. dead
HB1867 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; visible mold remediation, obligation of landlord. passed
HB1868 Home care organizations; unlawful advertising. passed
HB1869 Suicide; abolishes common-law crime, penalty. dead
HB1870 Ground water management area; withdrawal permits. dead
HB1871 Private wells; registration of wells located in ground water management areas. passed senate
HB1872 Schools denied accreditation, etc.; principal and assistant principal training program. dead
HB1873 Public schools; Board of Education to promulgate regulations for accreditation ratings. passed
HB1874 Value engineering; separate study/report not required for certain projects. dead
HB1875 Land records; Department of Historic Resources exempted from fee for secured remote access record. passed
HB1876 Crohn's disease, colitis, and irritable bowel syndrome; identification cards and information. dead
HB1877 Coal; expiration of certain tax credits, dedication of additional revenues. dead
HB1878 Stock corporations and nonstock corporations; procedures. passed
HB1879 Coalfield employment enhancement; coal tax credits. passed
HB1880 Workers' compensation; financing Uninsured Employer's Fund. passed
HB1881 Social Services, Department of; opportunities for certain programs to compete for grant funds. dead
HB1882 Writ of actual innocence; bail hearings. passed
HB1883 Virginia Sickness and Disability Program; open enrollment period; State Police Retirement System. dead
HB1884 Assault and battery; penalty when occurs against family or household member. dead
HB1885 Virginia Retirement System; revocation of participation of political subdivision. passed
HB1886 Public-Private Transportation Act; establishes requirement for finding of public interest. passed senate
HB1887 Commonwealth Transportation Board; membership, funding, updates annual reporting, and allocations. passed senate
HB1888 Academic transcripts; suspension or permanent dismissal from institution. dead
HB1889 Airport; charges on ground transportation providers. dead
HB1890 Virginia Retirement System; purchase of service credit for prior service. passed senate
HB1891 Capital outlay plan; creates a six-year plan. passed senate
HB1892 Commonwealth of Virginia Institutions of Higher Education Bond Act of 2015; created. passed
HB1893 Bristol, City of; amending charter, clarifying changes to the Bristol Virginia Utilities Authority. passed
HB1894 Public schools; corporal punishment; exception. dead
HB1895 Higher educational institutions; additional financial and administrative authority. passed senate
HB1896 Virginia Guaranteed Assistance Program; grants. passed senate
HB1897 Intercollegiate athletics programs; format for each institution to report revenues and expenses. passed senate
HB1898 Pulp, Paper, and Fertilizer Advanced Manufacturing Performance Grant Program; created. passed
HB1899 Administrative Process Act; legislative review of regulations. passed
HB1900 Virginia Housing Trust Fund; revenue deposits. dead
HB1901 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; clarifies definition of small business. passed senate
HB1902 Stalking; early termination of rental agreements, penalty. dead
HB1903 State Air Pollution Control Board; membership. dead
HB1904 Firearms; penalty when accessible by children. dead
HB1905 Landlord and tenant law; retaliatory conduct by landlord. passed senate
HB1906 Children; employment on tobacco farms prohibited, exception. dead
HB1907 Electoral boards; required reporting to Department of Elections. dead
HB1908 Alcoholic beverage control; adds powdered or crystalline alcohol, penalty. passed
HB1909 Firearms magazines, certain; prohibition of sale, transfer, etc., penalty. dead
HB1910 Virginia Fair Housing Law; discrimination against veterans receiving financial assistance. dead
HB1911 Electric utilities; net energy metering, standby charges. dead
HB1912 Electric utilities; net energy metering. dead
HB1913 Electric utilities; renewable energy resources and energy efficiency goals. dead
HB1914 Pharmacists; possession of epinephrine and oxygen for emergencies. passed
HB1915 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; regional plan. passed senate
HB1916 Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Protection Act; definition of state agency. passed
HB1917 Governmental agencies; contracts for items listed on commercial activities list. passed
HB1918 Public assistance; local director of social services to determine eligibility. passed senate
HB1919 Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; prohibited gifts and contributions. incorporated
HB1920 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; exclusions. dead
HB1921 Virginia Self-Service Storage Act; notice of default by electronic means. passed
HB1922 Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older. dead
HB1923 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty. dead
HB1924 Eastern Virginia Groundwater Management Advisory Committee; established, report. passed senate
HB1925 Renewable energy; third party power purchase agreements. dead
HB1926 Handheld personal communications devices; prohibits use while operating a motor vehicle. dead
HB1927 Criminal cases; venue for prosecution. passed
HB1928 DNA; analysis upon conviction of certain misdemeanors. passed
HB1929 Family day homes; licensure. dead
HB1930 Higher educational institutions; reporting of acts of sexual violence. passed senate
HB1931 Child welfare agencies; criminal history record checks. dead
HB1932 Charitable gaming; renames Charitable Gaming Board the Board for Charitable Gaming. dead
HB1933 Transportation network companies; regulation by DMV. dead
HB1934 Virginia Racing Commission; revoke. stricken
HB1935 Motor vehicle dealers; prohibits coercion by any manufacturer, distributor, or any affiliate. passed
HB1936 Virginia Life, Accident and Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association; limits on obligations. dead
HB1937 Felony homicide; violation of felony drug offenses, penalty. incorporated
HB1938 Campaign finance; campaign fundraising during special sessions prohibited. dead
HB1939 Neighborhood assistance; reduces tax credit. dead
HB1940 Health insurance; mandated coverage for autism spectrum disorder. passed senate
HB1941 School calendar. dead
HB1942 Health insurance; carrier business practices, prior authorization provisions. passed
HB1943 Custodial interrogations; audiovisual recording by law enforcement. dead
HB1944 Court-appointed counsel; revises method for determination of indigency. dead
HB1945 Domestic violence leave for employees. dead
HB1946 Administrative subpoenas; electronic communication services. passed senate
HB1947 Virginia Independent Ethics Review Commission; established. incorporated
HB1948 Prescription drugs; specialty tier coverage. dead
HB1949 County food and beverage tax; referendum. dead
HB1950 Electric utilities; net energy metering programs. passed
HB1951 Child support; proportionate share of health insurance premiums. passed senate
HB1952 School buses; transfer and sell to another school division. passed
HB1953 School boards; annual workforce summit. dead
HB1954 Sexual and Domestic Violence, Advisory Committee on; established. incorporated
HB1955 Cigarette laws; administration and enforcement. passed
HB1956 Hospitals; patients who are deaf or hard-of-hearing. passed
HB1957 Juvenile records; DMV information released to certain persons. passed senate
HB1958 DOC, Board and Director of; prohibiting inmate possession of obscene materials, powers and duties. passed
HB1959 Higher educational institutions; information for six-year plans. passed senate
HB1960 Innovation and Entrepreneurship Investment Authority; membership of the board of directors. dead
HB1961 DGIF; reciprocal law-enforcement agreements. passed
HB1962 School board members, local; professional development activities requirement. dead
HB1963 Health Professions, Department of; disclosure of confidential information. passed
HB1964 Commercial sex trafficking; penalties. passed senate
HB1965 Virginia Contractor and Real Estate Transaction Recovery Funds; conforms provisions. passed
HB1966 Local vehicle license fees and taxes; counties/towns to enter into reciprocal agreements to collect. passed
HB1967 Veterans Services Foundation; acceptance of revenue from all sources to support its mission. passed
HB1968 Recordation tax; open line deeds of trust. incorporated
HB1969 Virginia Retirement System; cash balance retirement plan. passed
HB1970 Circuit court; payment of funds. dead
HB1971 General Assembly; vacancies, special elections. dead
HB1972 Presentence reports; costs of alternative sanctions. dead
HB1973 Businesses, certain; local limitations on number. dead
HB1974 Police and court records; expungement in district court. dead
HB1975 Grand larceny; threshold. dead
HB1976 Petersburg, City of; limitations on number of certain businesses. dead
HB1977 General Assembly; members admitted to floor sessions of the House of Delegates and the Senate. dead
HB1978 Juvenile Justice, Advisory Committee on; changes requirements for quorum and meetings. passed
HB1979 Prescription Monitoring Program; procedure upon arrest for certain drug offenses. dead
HB1980 Higher educational institutions, four-year public; websites, consumer information. passed
HB1981 Transportation network companies (TNCs); licensing process by DMV, report. dead
HB1982 Commonwealth Transportation Board; voting. dead
HB1983 Remote access to land records; indemnification. passed
HB1984 Judicial retirement; any member who attains 73 years of age shall be retired 20 days after convening passed senate
HB1985 Virginia Science Technology Engineering and Applied Mathematics (STEAM) Academy, Inc.; established. dead
HB1986 Workforce Development, Virginia Board of; changes to Board requirements. passed
HB1987 Consumer finance company loans; permitted charges. dead
HB1988 Campus police departments; reporting of felony criminal sexual assault. dead
HB1989 Motor vehicle title loans, payday loans, and open-end credit plans; caps interest rate. dead
HB1990 Payday lending; prohibition. dead
HB1991 Forfeiture of property used in connection with the commission of crimes; conviction required. dead
HB1992 Elections; absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person. dead
HB1993 Blighted property; locality as receiver. dead
HB1994 Cigarettes; all counties permitted to impose a tax. dead
HB1995 Pawnbrokers; electronic records shall be maintained on each transaction. dead
HB1996 Grand larceny; threshold. dead
HB1997 Purchase of handguns; limitation on handgun purchases; penalty. dead
HB1998 State and federal programs; VRS shall convene a work group to review, etc. passed senate
HB1999 Prince William County Metrorail Improvement District; created. dead
HB2000 Elections; voter registration, early registration for persons 16 years of age or older. dead
HB2001 MMIE projects; Virginia Public Building Authority authorized to finance certain activities. dead
HB2002 'Jake brakes' or Jacobs brakes; local regulation. dead
HB2003 Virginia Public School Authority; loans to school boards for the acquisition of capital projects. dead
HB2004 School nurses; divisionwide ratio students in average daily membership. dead
HB2005 School Performance Report Card; instructional costs. dead
HB2006 School divisions; concussion policies and procedures; management plan. dead
HB2007 Protective orders; assault and battery, penalty. dead
HB2008 Paid sick leave for employees; civil penalties. dead
HB2009 Firearms, certain; law-enforcement certification. passed senate
HB2010 Public elementary and secondary schools; uniform statewide grading scale. dead
HB2011 Motor vehicle title lenders; location of offices. dead
HB2012 Starter interrupt devices; prohibits requiring installation on certain motor vehicles. dead
HB2013 State Corporation Commission; disclosure of records related to administrative activities. dead
HB2014 Adultery; reduces penalty from a Class 4 misdemeanor to a civil penalty. dead
HB2015 Creditor process; bankruptcy proceeding exemptions. passed
HB2016 Personal injury or wrongful death action; qualification of fiduciary. passed
HB2017 Aircraft, certain; local regulation. dead
HB2018 Veterans Services, Board of; increases membership. passed
HB2019 Virginia Port Authority; additional exemptions from the Public Procurement Act. passed
HB2020 Licensed local school board instructional or administrative employees; service retirement allowance. passed
HB2021 Hampton Roads Transportation Fund; moneys deposited to be used for public transportation. dead
HB2022 Photo-monitoring systems; traffic light signals. dead
HB2023 Child care subsidy; license required. dead
HB2024 Firearms; prohibits in libraries owned or operated by localities. dead
HB2025 Hampton, City of; amending charter, candidacy of councilmembers in mayoral election. passed
HB2026 Health Insurance Reform Commission; power and duties, upon request assess proposed mandated DLS. passed senate
HB2027 Weapons; prohibition at airports, exception for handguns. dead
HB2028 Scenic rivers; clarifies role of Scenic River Advisory Committees. dead
HB2029 Concealed handgun permits; background check, exemption for permit holders. dead
HB2030 Certificate of public need; requirement, definition of project to qualify. dead
HB2031 Health insurance; updating maximum allowable cost pricing lists. passed
HB2032 Notice to localities and property owner's application for use of bottomland. dead
HB2033 Workforce development; coordination of statewide delivery of training programs & activities, report. dead
HB2034 Parental/legal custodial powers; temporary delegation, exemption from licensure for certain agency. dead
HB2035 Lynchburg, City of; establishment of airport police department at Lynchburg Regional Airport. passed
HB2036 Nicotine Vapor products; prohibits purchase, etc., by minors, packaging, civil penalty. passed
HB2037 Motor carriers; limits use of passenger's personal information. dead
HB2038 Commercial motor carriers; amends several commercial drivers' licensing laws. passed
HB2039 Higher educational institutions; establishment of pilot program. dead
HB2040 Prostitution, pandering, etc.; violation of certain provisions is punishable. passed senate
HB2041 Open Education Resources Innovation Council; established, report. dead
HB2042 Mobile food vending businesses; regulations to permit on state highway rights-of-way, exception. passed senate
HB2043 Incarcerated persons; transfer to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. passed
HB2044 Income tax; subtraction for long-term capital gains. dead
HB2045 Protective orders; possession of firearms; penalty. dead
HB2046 Licensure of family day homes. dead
HB2047 Income tax refunds; voluntary contributions to Federation of Virginia Food Banks. passed
HB2048 General district court or circuit court; payment of funds. passed senate
HB2049 Preliminary hearing; certification of ancillary misdemeanor offenses. passed
HB2050 Investigational drugs, biological products, and devices; expanded access. dead
HB2051 Charlottesville, City of; amends current sidewalk construction provision. passed
HB2052 Pest Control Compact; repeals Compact. passed
HB2053 Motion pictures; modifies income tax credit. dead
HB2054 State Treasurer; payments. dead
HB2055 Condominium Act; suspension of voting rights. passed
HB2056 Registered voters; persons who voted in certain elections, no disclosure of social security numbers. passed
HB2057 Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act; efficiencies reforms. dead
HB2058 Coalbed methane gas; release of funds held in escrow or suspense. passed senate
HB2059 Limited partnerships; admission or withdrawal of partners. passed
HB2060 Travel expenses; approval required by the Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council. incorporated
HB2061 Circuit court; electronic filing in civil proceedings. passed
HB2062 Elections administration; pre-election and post-election activities. passed senate
HB2063 Telemedicine services; provision of health care services. passed
HB2064 Anti-Corruption, Division of; created within the Department of Law. dead
HB2065 Election Fraud Ombudsman, Office of the; established within the Department of Elections. dead
HB2066 Public libraries; policy of the Commonwealth concerning service to the communities. dead
HB2067 Daylighted streams; not required to become Resource Protection Area. passed senate
HB2068 Senior citizens' higher education; income limit. passed
HB2069 Child day programs; notice to parents of emergency situations. dead
HB2070 State and Local Government Conflict of Interests Act, General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act. passed senate
HB2071 Service and Volunteerism, Advisory Board on; established to advise Governor and his cabinet. passed senate
HB2072 Forest products; establishes overweight permit for hauling. passed
HB2073 Electric utilities; net energy metering, energy balancing devices. dead
HB2074 Alcoholic beverage control; beer to which spirits has been added. dead
HB2075 Electric utility regulation; solar renewable energy certificate registration system. dead
HB2076 General Assembly; consideration of the conference committee report on the biennial budget. dead
HB2077 Drone aircraft; limitations on use, penalties. dead
HB2078 Community Wastewater Treatment Grant Program and Fund, established. dead
HB2079 Radar detectors; repeals ban on the use in motor vehicles. dead
HB2080 Condominium Act and Property Owners' Association Act; notice of sale under deed of trust. passed senate
HB2081 Employers; disclosure of social media account information. passed senate
HB2082 Emergency care; forcible entry of motor vehicle to remove a minor. passed
HB2083 Community policy and management teams; policies governing referrals and reviews. passed
HB2084 Auxiliary grants; supportive housing. dead
HB2085 Firearms; purchase, possession, or transportation following convictions for certain misdemeanors. dead
HB2086 Motor vehicle liability insurance; coverage for damage to covered property. dead
HB2087 Court-appointed counsel; waiver application for compensation in child welfare cases. dead
HB2088 Economics education and financial literacy; instruction, graduation requirements. dead
HB2089 Employee safety; abusive work environment. dead
HB2090 Restaurants; training standards that address food safety and food allergy awareness and safety. passed
HB2091 Barbers and Cosmetology, Board for; limits practice of laser hair removal to master estheticians. dead
HB2092 Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Local Program Center; established. passed
HB2093 Va. Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; landlord required to install new lock when change in tenancy. dead
HB2094 Building Code; limitation of prosecution for violations. passed
HB2095 Real property tax on commercial and industrial property. dead
HB2096 Electronic summons systems; fees assessed by towns. dead
HB2097 Condemnation proceedings; mandatory dispute resolution orientation session. dead
HB2098 Tangible personal property; miscellaneous and incidental property. passed
HB2099 Use of certain revenues by the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority. dead
HB2100 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; allowable charges, rental of units. passed
HB2101 Tree replacement; policy used by VDOT. dead
HB2102 Higher educational institutions; sexual misconduct policies. dead
HB2103 Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Virginia Board for; new home inspections, penalty. passed senate
HB2104 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; records held by VCU/MCV. passed senate
HB2105 Spousal support; denial to spouse convicted of certain violations. dead
HB2106 Virginia Indian Recognition, Joint Commission on; established, report, sunset provision. dead
HB2107 Employees of local school divisions; DHRM to develop health insurance program similar to state plan. dead
HB2108 Motor vehicles; sale of recalled used vehicles. dead
HB2109 Tax credits; expiration date. dead
HB2110 Military dependents, spouses, and surviving spouses; scholarships. dead
HB2111 Hunting, trapping, or fishing licenses; electronic copies. passed senate
HB2112 DCJS; eliminates requirement for training standards for undercover work. passed
HB2113 Limited liability companies; access to records. dead
HB2114 Competitive foods; school-sponsored fundraisers. passed senate
HB2115 Computer and telephone fraud; penalty. dead
HB2116 Passing stopped school bus; video-monitoring system. dead
HB2117 Retail sales and transient occupancy taxes; room rentals, lodgings, etc. dead
HB2118 Acute psychiatric bed registry; frequency of updating. passed
HB2119 Alcoholic beverage control; improvement of customer service. passed
HB2120 Strangulation; alleged victim is a family or household member, admission to bail. passed senate
HB2121 Tuition, in-state; members of the Virginia National Guard. dead
HB2122 Higher educational institutions; in-state tuition for certain students. dead
HB2123 Funeral services; practice does not include sale of caskets. dead
HB2124 Neighborhood assistance; reduces amount of the tax credit. dead
HB2125 Use of unmanned aircraft systems; search warrant required. passed senate
HB2126 Virginia Tourism Growth Incentive Fund. dead
HB2127 Virginia Biased-Based Profiling Statistics Reporting Act; report. dead
HB2128 Amherst, Town of; amending charter, creates the office of town manager and reassigns various duties. passed
HB2129 Barriers to licensure or registration; certain DCJS regulated industries. dead
HB2130 U.S. Route 1; pilot project established to provide bus service along corridor. dead
HB2131 Child and adult care facilities; licensure determinations by Commissioner of State DSS. dead
HB2132 State Board for Community Colleges; policy for the award of academic credit for military training. dead
HB2133 Veterans Services, Department of; programs to create employment opportunities for veterans. dead
HB2134 Higher educational institutions; admission and enrollment of 75% of students domiciled in Virginia. dead
HB2135 Income tax, state and corporate; credit for food crop donations to a food bank. dead
HB2136 Prescription Monitoring Program; opiate prescriptions. dead
HB2137 Teachers; initial license with no industry certification credential, may issue provisional license. passed
HB2138 Receiving money for procuring person; penalty. dead
HB2139 Higher educational institutions; reporting of felony criminal sexual assault. dead
HB2140 Gang and drug crimes; imposes higher penalties for certain offenses. dead
HB2141 Community policy and management teams; information sharing. passed
HB2142 Voting systems; use of direct recording electronic machines. dead
HB2143 Secondhand articles; building material. dead
HB2144 Detention and removal of U.S. citizen from State; SPS shall request notification within 24 hours. dead
HB2145 Garage keepers' liens for vehicle storage, etc.; removes $500 cap on liens. dead
HB2146 Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission; expansion of funds. dead
HB2147 VIEW Program; screening and assessment for use of illegal substances. dead
HB2148 Virginia Public Procurement Act; small, women-owned, & minority-owned businesses, defines business. passed
HB2149 School board, local; professional development for members appointed to schools denied accreditation. dead
HB2150 Domestic violence or sexual assault leave; duty of employers. dead
HB2151 Employment; break to express breast milk. dead
HB2152 Write-in votes; duties of the electoral boards. dead
HB2153 Medically or ethically inappropriate care; cessation of care. dead
HB2154 Writ of actual innocence; type of plea required for issuance. dead
HB2155 Energy diversification requirement. dead
HB2156 Health insurance; coverage for hearing aids and related professional services. dead
HB2157 Absentee voting; emergency voting. dead
HB2158 Special elections; quarterly schedule, exception. dead
HB2159 Pedestrians; crossing highways. dead
HB2160 RS&UT; exemption includes computer equipment and software used in certain data centers. dead
HB2161 Deeds of trust or mortgages; calculation of tax shall be calculated using rate scale, etc. passed
HB2162 Income tax, corporate; taxable income of taxpayers with enterprise data center operations. passed
HB2163 Photo-monitoring systems; for traffic light enforcement. dead
HB2164 Commonwealth Transportation Board; nonlegislative citizen members shall be appointed by Governor. passed
HB2165 Property tax; exemptions for certain real property and nonprofit organizations in Frederick County. dead
HB2166 Reporting of medical aid or treatment for drug overdoses. dead
HB2167 Income tax and sales and use tax; expiration dates for credits and exemptions. dead
HB2168 Sales and use tax; reduces state rate on food. dead
HB2169 Education, Board of; annual report on the condition & needs of public education in the Commonwealth. passed
HB2170 Northern Virginia Transportation Commission; transfer of powers and duties. dead
HB2171 Smoking in motor vehicles; civil penalty when in the presence of a minor under age eight. dead
HB2172 Courts of record; submission of trial court record to appellate court. passed
HB2173 Real property tax; waiver of delinquent taxes. passed senate
HB2174 Appeals from courts not of record; civil cases, amount in controversy. dead
HB2175 Photo-monitoring systems; use to enforce traffic light signals, appeals. dead
HB2176 Virginia Stock Corporation Act and Virginia Nonstock Corporation Act; updates terminology. passed
HB2177 Certificate of public need; eliminates regional health planning agencies. passed
HB2178 Hybrid retirement program; disclosure of services, etc., associated with voluntary contributions. passed
HB2179 Tax information; release to Commonwealth Attorneys and the Attorney General. dead
HB2180 Grading system for individual school performance; delays full implementation of A-F. dead
HB2181 Coal; tax credit allowed beginning January 1, 2015. dead
HB2182 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; prescription drug abuse policy. dead
HB2183 Designating the Trooper Andrew Fox Memorial Bridge. passed
HB2184 Salvage, nonrepairables, and rebuilt vehicles; requirements and practices of certain dealers. passed
HB2185 Driver's licenses, permits, etc.; DMV authorized to issue to certain immigrants. dead
HB2186 Public school buildings; minimum standards, recommendations for minimum usable school site size. dead
HB2187 Virginia Guaranteed Assistance Program; funding allocation. dead
HB2188 Taxicabs; security cameras required within vehicles. dead
HB2189 Motor Vehicle Dealer Board; authority over recreational, trailer, and motorcycle dealers, penalties. passed senate
HB2190 Child support; incarcerated obligor. dead
HB2191 Payday loan offices and motor vehicle title loan offices; distance from casino facility. dead
HB2192 Practitioners of the healing arts; prohibits dispensing controlled substances unless licensed. passed
HB2193 Virginia Battlefield Preservation Fund; use of grant funds for battlefield preservation. passed senate
HB2194 Immunizations; meningococcal vaccine. dead
HB2195 Fishing privileges; Marine Resources Commission authorized to revoke license to fish in tidal water. passed senate
HB2196 Virginia Energy Economic Development Advisory Board; Governor's Energy Fund; report. dead
HB2197 Broadband Advisory Council; increases membership. dead
HB2198 State minimum wage; statewide referendum at November 2015 general election on question of increase. dead
HB2199 Health records; additional restrictions on disclosure of records by health care entities. dead
HB2200 Health information; limitations on disclosure and use of individual's information. dead
HB2201 Academic transcripts; documentation of dismissal. dead
HB2202 General Assembly; general appropriation bills. dead
HB2203 'Virginia, the Home of My Heart'; designating as the official state song. dead
HB2204 Line of Duty Act; codifying revisions to the Act. passed
HB2205 Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative; Commonwealth Resilience Fund established. dead
HB2206 Conservators of the peace, special; application for appointment. passed senate
HB2207 Broadband Advisory Council; increases membership. passed
HB2208 Teachers; career and technical education endorsement. dead
HB2209 Partnerships; general formation. passed
HB2210 Repetition of grade levels; illegitimate, non-educational reason for an enrolled student to repeat. dead
HB2211 Bipartisan Virginia Redistricting Commission. dead
HB2212 Virginia Healthy Transitions Program; established, report. dead
HB2213 Small Business Loan Guarantee Fund; created. dead
HB2214 Firearms; restoration of rights, report to Department of State Police. dead
HB2215 Prisoners; notification of tertiary care. dead
HB2216 Epinephrine; possession and administration in private schools. passed
HB2217 Bank franchise tax; changes tax by allowing affiliated banks to file a combined return, etc. dead
HB2218 Advanced studies diploma; foreign language requirements, technical programming or design language. dead
HB2219 Utility-scale solar energy facilities; construction of facilities to be in the public interest. dead
HB2220 Charter schools; per pupil funding to be allocated by local school board on a noncategorical basis. dead
HB2221 DUI; preliminary analysis of saliva. dead
HB2222 Commonwealth's Attorneys Training Fund; established. passed
HB2223 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; willful and knowing violations of certain provisions, penalty. dead
HB2224 Virginia Racing Commission; authorized to issue significant infrastructure limited license, etc. dead
HB2225 Income tax, state; tax credit for principal paid on business loans. dead
HB2226 State park master plans; update schedule. passed senate
HB2227 Stormwater management; small agricultural structures, impervious cover. dead
HB2228 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; registration verification. passed senate
HB2229 Small estates; checks or negotiable instruments. passed
HB2230 Electoral college; revises process of allocation of electoral votes. dead
HB2231 Student discipline; modifying long-term suspensions and expulsions. dead
HB2232 Persons involuntarily admitted or ordered to outpatient treatment; purchase, etc., ammunition. dead
HB2233 Taxation, Commissioner of the Department of; working group to evaluate market-based sourcing. dead
HB2234 Driver's licenses, temporary; DMV authorized to issue to undocumented immigrants. dead
HB2235 HOT lanes; when law-enforcement vehicles may use. passed
HB2236 Chesapeake Hospital Authority; changes compensation for members. passed
HB2237 Electric utility ratemaking; recovery of costs of solar energy facilities. passed senate
HB2238 Virginia Parental Choice Education Savings Accounts; established. dead
HB2239 Driver's licensees; administration of driving test to those believed incompetent. dead
HB2240 Blue catfish; introduction, stocking, and release of Blue catfish, exception. passed senate
HB2241 Standards of Learning; eligibility for retake of tests. dead
HB2242 Hunting; requirement for person under age 12. dead
HB2243 Psychologists; continuing education requirements. passed
HB2244 Electric utilities, certain; updated integrated resource plans. stricken
HB2245 School board clerks; electronic maintenance of records. passed
HB2246 Wood heaters; Air Pollution Control Board shall not adopt regulations that limit emissions. passed senate
HB2247 Henry County; DCR to convey certain property in Horsepasture District. passed senate
HB2248 Virginia Public Procurement Act; purchase of owner-controlled insurance for construction project. dead
HB2249 Photo-red systems; intersections where traffic light enforcement systems are in use. dead
HB2250 State or federal grants; mismanagement of grants, penalty. dead
HB2251 Appeals of adverse initial determinations of overpayment; attorney fees. dead
HB2252 Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older. dead
HB2253 Richmond City Public Schools Learning Excellence by Aligning Public Schools Commission; established. dead
HB2254 Virginia Human Rights Act; pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, cause of action. dead
HB2255 Lawrenceville, Town of; DOC to convey certain real property to be used for water facilities. passed
HB2256 Insurance rates; policies transferred pursuant to agent book transfer. dead
HB2257 Coal mine safety; wide tracking and electric equipment shall maintain safe operating conditions. passed senate
HB2258 Nursing facility services; preadmission screening. dead
HB2259 Veteran Entrepreneurship Grant Fund and Program; created. dead
HB2260 Driving under influence of alcohol; persons convicted under federal law. incorporated
HB2261 Minors; electronic transmission of sexually explicit images of himself to another, penalty. dead
HB2262 Planning commissions, local; notice to applicants of preapproval requirements. dead
HB2263 Roanoke Regional Airport Commission; may establish police department with law-enforcement powers. passed senate
HB2264 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. dead
HB2265 Private security services; DCJS shall cause to be issued a plastic photo identification card. dead
HB2266 Transportation Accountability, Joint Commission on; powers and duties. passed
HB2267 Virginia Solar Energy Development Authority; created, report. passed senate
HB2268 Prepaid tuition contracts; differential tuition. dead
HB2269 Kenneth B. Gibson Memorial Park-and-Ride; designating as park-and-ride facility on Interstate 81. passed
HB2270 Elections; date of June primary elections. incorporated
HB2271 Department of Education; request waiver process for SOL. passed committee
HB2272 Driver education programs; parent/student component. dead
HB2273 Virginia Port Authority; expands police powers. passed
HB2274 Electric utilities; cost recovery. stricken
HB2275 Intercity Passenger Rail Operating and Capital Fund; passenger and commuter rail services. dead
HB2276 Standard diploma; career and technical education credential, exemption. passed
HB2277 Life insurance; coverage for retired state employees. passed senate
HB2278 Virginia Resources Authority; economic and community development projects. dead
HB2279 Peter Saunders Veterans' Memorial Bridge; designating as U.S. Route 220 Business bridge. passed
HB2280 Law enforcement and other entities; use of body-worn camera system. dead
HB2281 Commission for the Commemoration of the Centennial of Women's Right to Vote. passed senate
HB2282 Gas severance tax; eliminates expiration date for tax. dead
HB2283 Virginia-recognized Indian tribes; enforcement of Uniform Statewide Building Code. passed
HB2284 Uniformed services-connected students; Department of Education to establish process to identify. dead
HB2285 E-ZPass transponder; VDOT prohibited from charging monthly fees. dead
HB2286 Firearms or ammunition; possession by convicted felons, restoration of rights, etc. passed senate
HB2287 Reproductive health care; adverse action against employee by employers prohibited. dead
HB2288 Virginia Tourism Authority; Secretary of Agriculture & Forestry added member of Board of Directors. passed
HB2289 Auxiliary lights on public utility vehicles; certain vehicles may be equipped with clear lights. passed
HB2290 University of Virginia; terms of rector and vice-rector. passed
HB2291 Clean Power Plan; state implementation plan, General Assembly approval. passed committee
HB2292 Culpeper, Town of; amending charter, notice of special meetings and residence of Town Manager. passed
HB2293 Value engineering; report shall not be required for certain projects. passed senate
HB2294 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; comprehensive agreements. dead
HB2295 Real Estate Board; educational requirements for salespersons. passed
HB2296 Tolling authority; approval by General Assembly before collecting or imposing tolls. dead
HB2297 Hampton Roads Transp. Accountability Commission and public-private partnerships; powers and duties. dead
HB2298 Capitol Square; payment of restitution for any damage to Square or any building, etc. passed
HB2299 Health services plans; effects of actions of other states. passed
HB2300 Utility terrain vehicles; exemption from road-use restrictions when used in farming. dead
HB2301 Protective orders; assault and battery; penalty. incorporated
HB2302 Full-day kindergarten; school boards to develop programs. dead
HB2303 Sexually violent predators; notice of hearings, conditional release plan. passed
HB2304 Speed limits; maximum in certain residence districts, penalty. stricken
HB2305 Community services boards and behavioral health authorities; coordination of services for veterans. dead
HB2306 ABLE savings trust accounts; established, administered by the Virginia College Savings Plan. passed
HB2307 Withholding taxes; employer may request a waiver from Tax Commissioner. passed
HB2308 County manager plan of government; governing body (Arlington County) may appoint county auditor. passed
HB2309 Commonwealth Transportation Board; increases membership. dead
HB2310 Toll violations; increased access to DMV records & other enhanced means of collection of penalties. dead
HB2311 Education improvement scholarships tax credit; reporting requirement. dead
HB2312 Blue Star Memorial Highway; designating as a portion of Va. Route 36 in Prince George County. passed
HB2313 Virginia Racing Commission (VRC); simulcast horse racing, allocations. dead
HB2314 Bail bondsmen and bail enforcement agents; license suspension when arrested for a felony, reporting. passed senate
HB2315 Vehicle registration or vehicle inspection; dismissal of summons for failure to renew, etc. dead
HB2316 Southwest Virginia Health Authority; review and approval of cooperative agreements. passed senate
HB2317 Schools and recreational parks; installation of synthetic turf. dead
HB2318 High school graduation rate; Board of Education's formula for assessing rates. passed senate
HB2319 Halifax County Board of Supervisors; election of an at-large member. dead
HB2320 Cooperative degree program; Secretary of Education, et al., shall develop a plan to establish. passed senate
HB2321 Virginia Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act; created, penalty. dead
HB2322 Health benefit plans; essential health benefits waiver. passed senate
HB2323 Information technology projects and services; Chief Information Officer authorized to approve. passed senate
HB2324 Regional Criminal Justice Training Academy Fund; created, additional fee for certain convictions. dead
HB2325 Utility pole attachments; broadband service providers. dead
HB2326 Petit larceny; deferred disposition for first offense provided accused meets terms and conditions. dead
HB2327 Offsite improvements or land dedications; regulation of development by localities. dead
HB2328 Protective orders; person must surrender any firearms, penalty. dead
HB2329 Protective orders; compensation for required representation of respondents. passed senate
HB2330 Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission; created, financial viability & feasibility. passed senate
HB2331 Fur-bearing animal; defines fisher in hunting and trapping provisions. passed senate
HB2332 Roadside safety devices; certain to be equipped with Identification numbers, etc. passed
HB2333 Underground electrical line; pilot program. dead
HB2334 Electrical transmission lines; underground placement. dead
HB2335 Pari-mutuel wagering on simulcast horse racing; certain wagering outside of Commonwealth permitted. dead
HB2336 Virginia Public Procurement Act; IT procurement; terms and conditions; limitation on liability. dead
HB2337 Family life education; sexually explicit communications and images. dead
HB2338 Alcoholic beverage control; prohibited trade practices. dead
HB2339 Electronic textbooks; access by students in their residence. dead
HB2340 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; powers and duties of the private entity. dead
HB2341 Unclaimed property; disposition, contents of reports, notice published by State Treasurer. dead
HB2342 Salvage license; salvage advertising and display. passed senate
HB2343 Game, game animals, and fur-bearing animals; BGIF to allow feeding of certain wildlife. dead
HB2344 Dulles Greenway; powers & responsibilities of SCC to regulate toll road operators. dead
HB2345 Retrieval of hunting dogs, etc. dead
HB2346 Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; eligibility. dead
HB2347 Public procurement; enhanced procurement opportunities for small businesses and microbusinesses. dead
HB2348 Cigarette tax, local; Montgomery and Pulaski Counties authorized to impose. dead
HB2349 Character education; summer youth development academies. dead
HB2350 Student data security; Department of Education to develop a model data security plan. passed
HB2351 Land subdivision and development; approval not to be conditioned on consent of easement holder. dead
HB2352 Broadband; installation of conduit on pipeline. dead
HB2353 Mopeds; operation on highway. dead
HB2354 State Board for Community Colleges; policy for the award of academic credit for military training. passed
HB2355 Electronic communication service or remote computing service; obtaining records, real-time data. passed senate
HB2356 Underground transmission lines; pilot program. dead
HB2357 Insurance rates; limitation for renewal policies. passed
HB2358 Continuing education for prescribers; substance abuse, addiction, and related pain management. dead
HB2359 Concealed handgun permits; proof of competence. dead
HB2360 Punitive damages; changes cap from $350,000 to $750,000. dead
HB2361 Employees; person who is summoned to serve jury duty. dead
HB2362 Government electronic information; disclosure of data breach. dead
HB2363 School boards; initial election of members in City of Norfolk. dead
HB2364 Correctional Officer Procedural Guarantee Act; created. dead
HB2365 Open-end credit agreements; only a seller of goods to extend credit under an agreement. dead
HB2366 Bail bondsmen; licensure of nonresidents, security requirements. dead
HB2367 Felony; if under 18 years of age at time of offense, offense shall be punishable as Class 2 felony. dead
HB2368 Involuntary civil admissions; evaluations. passed
HB2369 Conservators of the peace, special; orders of appointment. passed senate
HB2370 Firearms; transfer at gun shows, voluntary background check, penalties. dead
HB2371 Sales and use tax; exemption for certain nonprofit entities. dead
HB2372 Medical assistance; asset verification, financial institutions to provide certain medical records. passed senate
HB2373 Uniformed services-connected students; Department of Education shall establish process to identify. passed senate
HB2374 Teacher licensure; professional development in indicators of dyslexia. dead
HB2375 Employers; reasonable accommodation for employees with disability. dead
HB2376 Pre-kindergarten Grant Program; established, grants for at-risk four-year-olds. dead
HB2377 Justice for Victims of Sterilization Act. dead
HB2378 State agencies; operational data & information use by public & standing of General Assembly. passed senate
HB2379 Voter list maintenance; SBE shall utilize data received through list comparisons with other states. passed senate
HB2380 Community services boards and behavioral health authorities; information for students. dead
HB2381 Income tax, state; reduces top marginal individual tax rate. dead
HB2382 Land preservation; tax credits for individuals and corporations. dead
HB2383 Child support; disabled child over the age of 18. passed senate
HB2384 Workers' compensation; electronic billing and payment. passed senate
HB2385 Wireless telecommunications device; possession, etc., by prisoner, penalty. passed senate
HB2386 Nonresident commercial harvester's license; increases fee range. dead
HB2387 Medical assistance; asset verification, financial institutions to provide certain medical records. dead
HB2388 Parole board; person eligible for parole, deferred release. dead
HB2389 Charitable gaming; political party committees permitted to conduct. dead
HB2390 Virginia Infrastructure Investment Authority; created. dead
HB2391 Highway funds; allocation by the Commonwealth Transportation Board. passed senate
HB2392 Harvester's license, special nonresident; fee and oath, revocation, penalty. dead
HB2393 Virginia Community Policing Act; created, report. dead
HB2394 Local composite index; appeal of computation. dead
HB2395 Public works contracts; prevailing wage provisions. passed senate
HB2396 Surety on a bond; discharge from liability, magistrates. passed senate
HB2397 Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act; efficiencies reforms. passed
HB2398 U.S. savings bonds; establishes a procedure for the escheat of unclaimed bonds. dead
HJ26 Law-enforcement agencies; JLARC to study reorganizing functions under Virginia State Police. dead
HJ38 Interstate Route 73; joint subcommittee to study proposed construction. dead
HJ42 Transportation; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study equity of funding. dead
HJ45 BPOL tax; joint subcommittee to study local tax. dead
HJ91 Ethics laws governing public officials; report. dead
HJ94 Veterans, Virginia's; Commissioner of DVS to review current law's effectiveness in meeting needs. dead
HJ147 Affordable Care Act, federal; Bureau of Insurance to study effects on VA health insurance consumers. dead
HJ174 Tax restructuring; Department of Taxation to study. dead
HJ490 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); right to work. passed senate
HJ491 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications to vote; executive clemency;restoration. dead
HJ492 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); marriage. dead
HJ493 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); marriage. dead
HJ494 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); registration of voters. dead
HJ495 United States Constitution; Equal Rights Amendment. dead
HJ496 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Governor's term of office. dead
HJ497 U.S. Constitution; application for a convention of the states. passed committee
HJ498 United States Constitution; modification of process for amendment. dead
HJ499 United States Constitution; amendment concerning federal budget. dead
HJ500 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); failure to pass an appropriation act. dead
HJ501 Study; JLARC; reorganization of law-enforcement agencies; report. dead
HJ502 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds. dead
HJ503 Commending Opera on the James. passed senate
HJ504 Teachers; Department of Education to study implementing program to track turnover. dead
HJ505 Reforming Virginia's state and local tax structure; report. dead
HJ506 Long-term impact of biosolids and industrial waste; Va. Institute of Marine Science & DMME to study. passed senate
HJ507 National Day of the Cowboy; designating as fourth Saturday in July 2015, and each year thereafter. passed senate
HJ508 Constitutional amendment; right to keep and bear arms (first reference). dead
HJ509 Ronald Reagan Day; designating as February 6, 2016, and each succeeding year thereafter. dead
HJ510 Commending V. Ray Hancock. passed senate
HJ511 Celebrating the life of Ruth Aileen Hancock. passed senate
HJ512 Commending Jim Day. passed senate
HJ513 Arrest and summonses mandates; Virginia State Crime Commission to report. dead
HJ514 Composite Index of Local Ability to Pay; DOE to study effect of local use value assessment. dead
HJ515 Constitutional amendment; powers of General Assembly, suspension of portions of administrative rule. passed senate
HJ516 Study; long-term impact of biosolids and industrial waste; report. dead
HJ517 Commending Japanese American veterans of World War II. passed senate
HJ518 Commending Twin Hickory Elementary School. passed senate
HJ519 Constitutional amendment; right to acquire farm-produced food. dead
HJ520 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for nonprofit medical clinics serving the indigent. dead
HJ521 Virginia's Rail Heritage Region; designating certain areas in the Commonwealth. passed senate
HJ522 Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, restoration of civil rights. dead
HJ523 General Assembly; 2015 Session schedule. passed senate
HJ524 General Assembly; establishes 2016 Regular Session prefiling schedule. passed senate
HJ525 Commending the Patrick County Sheriff's Office. passed senate
HJ526 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); charter schools. dead
HJ527 Virginia Caregivers Month; designating as November 2015, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ528 Militarization of police; JLARC to study. dead
HJ529 Speaker of the House; authorized to employ legal counsel to represent the General Assembly. dead
HJ530 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant General Howard M. Lane, Sr., USAF (Ret.). passed senate
HJ531 Celebrating the life of David Robert Cundiff. passed senate
HJ532 Virginia's workers' compensation system; JLARC to study. dead
HJ533 Gum Disease Awareness Month; designating as February 2016, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ534 Celebrating the life of Stephen W. Bowman. passed senate
HJ535 Celebrating the life of Robert Holder Trumbo, Sr. introduced
HJ536 Constitutional amendment; Lottery Proceeds Fund. dead
HJ537 Drug trafficking; interstate cooperation. dead
HJ538 Commending Harold S. Lilly, Sr. passed senate
HJ539 Commending the Braemar Blasters swim team. passed senate
HJ540 Commending Ted Edlich. passed senate
HJ541 Grand jury system; Virginia State Crime Commission, report. dead
HJ542 Burial sites of enslaved persons; Department of Historic Resources to study related issues. dead
HJ543 Commending the Liberty High School marching band. passed senate
HJ544 Commending Lieutenant Colonel Luta Mae Cornelius McGrath, USA (Ret.). passed senate
HJ545 Constitutional convention; congress to call for an amendment to U.S. Constitution. dead
HJ546 Bostic v. Rainey; gender-specific references, report. dead
HJ547 Constitutional amendment; establishes uniform schedule for general elections (first reference). dead
HJ548 Commending Fauquier High School marching band. passed senate
HJ549 Commending Kettle Run High School marching band. passed senate
HJ550 Commending National Aeronautics and Space Administration. passed senate
HJ551 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters, residency requirements (first reference). dead
HJ552 Celebrating the life of George E. Nolley. passed senate
HJ553 Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the War on Poverty. dead
HJ554 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Edward Daniel McCreary, Jr. passed senate
HJ555 Higher education; endorsement of SCHEV's statewide strategic plan, report. passed senate
HJ556 Commending the Benedictine College Preparatory school football team. passed senate
HJ557 Veterans Services, Department of; JLARC to review. passed senate
HJ558 Teachers, qualified; Department of Education and SCHEV, report. passed senate
HJ559 Commending the Massaponax High School football team. passed senate
HJ560 Commending Patsy Godley. passed senate
HJ561 Commending the Fredericksburg Christian School football team. passed senate
HJ562 Celebrating the life of Dennis Owen Burnett. passed senate
HJ563 Individual income tax revenues; JLARC to update its 2004 study. dead
HJ564 Commending Eric Betzig, Ph.D. passed senate
HJ565 Celebrating the life of Dee E. Floyd. passed senate
HJ566 Lewis & Clark Eastern Legacy Trail; designating as portion of Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail. passed senate
HJ567 Commending the Hillsville Woman's Club. passed senate
HJ568 Celebrating the life of Jack Wayne Hunley. passed senate
HJ569 Commending Doug King. passed senate
HJ570 Commending the Carroll County Future Farmers of America. passed senate
HJ571 Commending the Fairfax County Fill the Boot Campaign. passed senate
HJ572 Celebrating the life of Brendan Bernard McKay. passed senate
HJ573 Commending the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce. passed senate
HJ574 Commending StreamSweepers. passed senate
HJ575 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); registration of voters. dead
HJ576 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds. dead
HJ577 Constitutional amendment; Board of Education granted authority to establish charter schools. passed committee
HJ578 Constitutional amendment; general warrants of search or seizure prohibited. dead
HJ579 Commemorating the lives and legacies of the Four Chaplains. passed senate
HJ580 Commending the Newbern Community Christian Church and Glen Lyn Church of Christ Bible Bowl team. passed senate
HJ581 Highways; JLARC to study alternative taxes and fees for funding in the Commonwealth. dead
HJ582 Electronic government records; joint subcommittee to study feasibility of authenticating records. dead
HJ583 Local government charter, model; joint subcommittee established to study creation of charter. dead
HJ584 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission, redistricting criteria and process. dead
HJ585 Driver's license; suspension for unpaid court fines and costs. dead
HJ586 Public elementary schools; voluntary mental health screenings for students. passed senate
HJ587 Stormwater regulations; impact on high water table area, report. passed senate
HJ588 Childhood obesity; joint subcommittee to study obesity in public schools. dead
HJ589 Celebrating the life of Samuel Bryan Chandler. passed senate
HJ590 Tangible personal property tax relief; reimbursement payments to localities. dead
HJ591 Commending Charlie White, Ph.D. passed senate
HJ592 Common interest communities; Virginia Housing Commission to study administration and governance. dead
HJ593 Losing Loved Ones in a Tragic Accident Month; designating as August 2015, and each year thereafter. passed senate
HJ594 Insurance underwriting; Bureau of Insurance to study use of credit history. passed senate
HJ595 Virginia's water resource planning and management; JLARC to study. incorporated
HJ596 Unserved and underserved populations; JCHC to study resources for health care. dead
HJ597 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption. passed senate
HJ598 Driver's license; suspension for unpaid court fines and costs. dead
HJ599 Highway construction allocations; JLARC to study. dead
HJ600 Sexual Assault Awareness Month; designating as April 2015, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ601 JLARC; to study equity of funding. dead
HJ602 Commending Mills E. Godwin High School girls' tennis team. passed senate
HJ603 Higher educational institutions; prevention of sexual violence on campus. dead
HJ604 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights. dead
HJ605 Commending Carroll County. passed senate
HJ606 Maternal Mental Health Month; designating as May 2015, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ607 National Atomic Veterans Day; designating as July 16, 2015, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ608 Environmental Protection Agency emissions guidelines; opposition. dead
HJ609 Celebrating the life of Bobby Wayne Elliott. passed senate
HJ610 Early childhood development programs; JLARC to study. dead
HJ611 Celebrating the life of Sergeant Charles Calvin Strong, USMC. passed senate
HJ612 Celebrating the life of William Gerald Saunders, Sr. passed senate
HJ613 Celebrating the life of Donald Elwood Carter. passed senate
HJ614 Commending Tara Worley. passed senate
HJ615 Commending High Point Elementary School. passed senate
HJ616 Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, restoration of civil rights. dead
HJ617 Commending Colbert-Moran Funeral Home Inc. passed senate
HJ618 Special conservators of the peace; training. dead
HJ619 Metrorail extension; DRPT to study. dead
HJ620 Constitutional amendment; election of judges. dead
HJ621 Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, restoration of civil rights. dead
HJ622 Drug offenders, certain; diversion programs. dead
HJ623 Water resource and planning management; JLARC to study Virginia's resources. passed senate
HJ624 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Nonpartisan Redistricting Commission created. dead
HJ625 Education resources; DOE, et al; to study allocations. dead
HJ626 Commending James Frye. passed senate
HJ627 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights. dead
HJ628 Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights. dead
HJ629 Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization; signage. dead
HJ630 Opioid; mandating health insurance coverage for abuse deterrent formulations. passed senate
HJ631 Celebrating the life of James H. Blount, Jr. passed senate
HJ632 Commending Riverside Hospital. passed senate
HJ633 Constitutional amendment; Board of Education, powers and duties. dead
HJ634 Commemorating the 800th anniversary of the sealing of the Magna Carta. passed senate
HJ635 Communications sales and use tax; Department of Taxation to study performance of tax. passed senate
HJ636 Law-enforcement officers; DCJS to study the sufficiency of funding for training. dead
HJ637 Medicaid; JLARC to study the Commonwealth's program. passed senate
HJ638 Kinship Caregivers of Children Month; designating as September 2015, and each succeeding year. passed senate
HJ639 Commending Simon S. Lee. passed senate
HJ640 Commending the Town of Vienna. passed senate
HJ641 Fred Korematsu Day of Civil Liberties and the Constitution; designating as January 30, 2016. passed senate
HJ642 Recurrent flooding from outfall ditches; VDOT to conduct a one-year study. dead
HJ643 Celebrating the life of Edna H. McEachin. passed senate
HJ644 Internet; benefit of sharing wireless access with local law-enforcement agencies. passed senate
HJ645 General Assembly; notifying Governor of organization. passed senate
HJ646 Constitutional amendment; indirect initiative. dead
HJ647 Virginia Housing Commission; affordable housing for people reentering society. dead
HJ648 Discriminatory practices; Virginia Housing Commission to study. dead
HJ649 Village Concept; General Assembly to recognize as effective alternative to institution-based care. dead
HJ650 Celebrating the life of James Conrad Blankenbecler, Jr. passed senate
HJ651 Celebrating the life of Dr. William Cleveland Bosher, Jr. passed senate
HJ652 Celebrating the life of Talmadge Theodore Williams. passed senate
HJ653 Celebrating the life of Nelson Greene, Sr. passed senate
HJ654 Commending Francis X. O'Leary. passed senate
HJ655 Virginia Cyber Protection Teams; Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security, to study. dead
HJ656 Celebrating the life of James Winfield Bowers. passed senate
HJ657 Commending the Rotary Club of Vienna. passed senate
HJ658 Commending the Optimist Club of Greater Vienna. passed senate
HJ659 Israel, State of; encouraging support for the State. passed senate
HJ660 Commending Victoria Annette Thomas. passed senate
HJ661 Celebrating the life of John Edward McDonald. passed senate
HJ662 Commending Benjamin Howlett. passed senate
HJ663 Commending the Historic Triangle Community Services Center. passed senate
HJ664 Celebrating the life of James Orie McReynolds. passed senate
HJ665 Commending Schmidt's Flowers & Accessories. passed senate
HJ666 Clean Water Act; opposition to definition of 'waters of the United States'. dead
HJ667 Commending Rosemary Tran Lauer. passed senate
HJ668 Commending the Stroke Comeback Center. passed senate
HJ669 Commending Shirley H. Forbes. passed senate
HJ670 Commending Trudy Rauch. passed senate
HJ671 Commending the Glenvar High School football team. passed senate
HJ672 Commending the Hidden Valley High School golf team. passed senate
HJ673 Commending Lynchburg College women's soccer team. passed senate
HJ674 Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965. passed senate
HJ675 Commending the Honorable Dennis J. Smith. passed senate
HJ676 Commending the Honorable Charles J. Maxfield. passed senate
HJ677 Celebrating the life of the Honorable R. Terrence Ney. passed senate
HJ678 Celebrating the life of Jean Williams Auldridge. passed senate
HJ679 Celebrating the life of Joseph Licari. passed senate
HJ680 Commending John Otho Marsh, III, M.D. passed senate
HJ681 Celebrating the life of Earl T. Smith. passed senate
HJ682 Commending John B. Davis. passed senate
HJ683 Celebrating the life of Edward Leong. passed senate
HJ684 Celebrating the life of Roy Thomas Stephenson. passed senate
HJ685 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission. dead
HJ686 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly, term limits. dead
HJ687 Judges; election in Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, circuit court, general district court, etc. passed senate
HJ688 Commending Rostovs Coffee and Tea. passed senate
HJ689 Celebrating the life of Fannie Gunst Straus Rosenthal. passed senate
HJ690 Celebrating the life of Bette Worsham Hawkins Dunford. passed senate
HJ691 Celebrating the life of Beverly Lynn Ward Reynolds. passed senate
HJ692 Farm-to-School Week; designating as first full week in October 2015, and each succeeding year. passed senate
HJ693 Tax Withholding and Employer Contribution Awareness Month; designating as March 2016. passed senate
HJ694 Commending the Max Meadows Volunteer Fire Department. passed senate
HJ695 Commending Dee Everhart. passed senate
HJ696 Commending the Carroll County Middle School eighth-grade class. passed senate
HJ697 Commending Wythe County. passed senate
HJ698 Commending Harry T. Lester. passed senate
HJ699 Commending Arthur A. Kirk, M.D. passed house
HJ700 Commending Elk Hill. passed senate
HJ701 Celebrating the life of John Halligan Clements. passed senate
HJ702 Day to Serve; designating as each day from September 11 to October 10, 2015. passed senate
HJ703 Commending Pam Durham Kline. passed senate
HJ704 Celebrating the life of R. David O'Dell, Jr. passed senate
HJ705 Commending the Gate City High School volleyball team. passed senate
HJ706 Constitutional amendment; congressional and state legislative districts. dead
HJ707 Postsecondary Institution Ratings System; opposition to federal system. dead
HJ708 Celebrating the life of Edna Bazemore Scott. passed senate
HJ709 Law Day 2015; commending. passed senate
HJ710 Celebrating the life of Warren Ira Cikins. passed senate
HJ711 Commending Mount Olive Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ712 Commending the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Education. passed senate
HJ713 Celebrating the life of Michael Francis Blair. passed senate
HJ714 Celebrating the life of Jack R. Hamm. passed senate
HJ715 Commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. passed senate
HJ716 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas H. Tullidge. passed senate
HJ717 Commending Andrew Charles Koebler. passed senate
HJ718 Commending Westhampton College. passed senate
HJ719 NASA's Wallops Flight Facility; NASA to conduct an environmental impact study. dead
HJ720 Celebrating the life of Carl Michael Ross. passed senate
HJ721 Commending Circle Sales Incorporated. passed senate
HJ722 Commending the Courier-Record. passed senate
HJ723 Commending Arthur S. Warren. passed senate
HJ724 Commending Pat Manuel. passed senate
HJ725 Commending Didlake. passed senate
HJ726 Commending Robert P. Schultze. passed senate
HJ727 Commending the Nelson County Future Farmers of America Farm Business Management team. passed senate
HJ728 Commending the Nelson County Middle School Future Farmers of America Agronomy team. passed senate
HJ729 Commending the Hampton Roads Sanitation District. passed senate
HJ730 Commending the Mt. Tabor Ruritan Club. passed senate
HJ731 Commending Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech. passed senate
HJ732 Commending New River Community Action. passed senate
HJ733 Commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. passed senate
HJ734 Commemorating the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camps. passed senate
HJ735 Commending Doug Bryant. passed senate
HJ736 Celebrating the life of Captain William E. West, Jr., USCG (Ret.). passed senate
HJ737 Celebrating the life of Dennis Ray Daniels. passed senate
HJ738 Commending the Rotary Club of Lunenburg. passed senate
HJ739 Celebrating the life of Thomas F. Bergin. passed senate
HJ740 Celebrating the life of the Honorable James Brady Murray. passed senate
HJ741 Commending the Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society. passed senate
HJ742 Commending Donna Shaunesey. passed senate
HJ743 Commending Eugene Williams. passed senate
HJ744 Commending Lorraine Payne Williams. passed senate
HJ745 Commending Dennis Welch. passed senate
HJ746 Celebrating the life of Paul Gagnon. passed senate
HJ747 Celebrating the life of the Honorable William Wellington Jones. passed senate
HJ748 Celebrating the life of Thomas Stewart Belcher. passed senate
HJ749 Commending Sterling N. Ransone, Jr., M.D. passed senate
HJ750 Celebrating the life of James Clement Van Pelt, Sr. passed senate
HJ751 Celebrating the life of Brock Anthony Michael Funk. passed senate
HJ752 Commending Tim Webb. passed senate
HJ753 Commending The Tavern. passed senate
HJ754 Celebrating the life of Gertrude Weber. passed senate
HJ755 Commending the Virginia Society, Sons of the American Revolution. passed senate
HJ756 Commending Assateague Island National Seashore. passed senate
HJ757 Celebrating the life of Ralph Schaefer Oglesby. passed senate
HJ758 Commending Virginia Episcopal School. passed senate
HJ759 Celebrating the life of E. Cabell Brand. passed senate
HJ760 Celebrating the life of William Rohimbox Morrison, Jr., M.D. passed senate
HJ761 Celebrating the life of Lular Ree Clarke Lucky. passed senate
HJ762 Celebrating the life of the Honorable George W. Harris, Jr. passed senate
HJ763 Celebrating the life of Charles Paul Ajemian. passed senate
HJ764 Commending Tommy Harvey. passed senate
HJ765 Commending the Virginia Women's Institute for Leadership at Mary Baldwin College. passed senate
HJ766 Commending Paul Hatcher. passed senate
HJ767 Celebrating the life of W. Nelson Taylor, Sr. passed senate
HJ768 Celebrating the life of Betty Ostergren. passed senate
HJ769 Commending the Atlee High School girls' indoor track and field team. passed senate
HJ770 Commending Michael Key. passed senate
HJ771 Commending Ann Elizabeth Kutyna. passed senate
HJ772 Commending J. Manley Garber. passed senate
HJ773 Celebrating the life of George B. Fitch. passed senate
HJ774 Celebrating the life of Gladys Poles Todd. passed senate
HJ775 Celebrating the life of Francis M. Niederkofler. passed senate
HJ776 Celebrating the life of Wainola Inez Campbell Holloman. passed senate
HJ777 Celebrating the life of Nora Ruth Williamson. passed senate
HJ778 Commending Libby Davidson. passed senate
HJ779 Commending the Palisades Restaurant. passed senate
HJ780 Commending the Virginia Institute of Marine Science/School of Marine Science of The College of Wil passed senate
HJ781 Commending the Virginia Public Safety Foundation. passed senate
HJ782 Commending Frank Robinson. passed senate
HJ783 Celebrating the life of Cornelius Wright Sherman. passed senate
HJ784 Commending the Richmond Peace Education Center. passed senate
HJ785 Commending the National Association of Women Business Owners Richmond Chapter. passed senate
HJ786 Celebrating the life of Sally Clay Estes Flinn. passed senate
HJ787 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Herbert E. Harris II. passed senate
HJ788 Commending the Woodbridge Lions Club. passed senate
HJ789 Celebrating the life of Samantha Rahn Bedell. passed senate
HJ790 Commending Larry Butler. passed senate
HJ791 Commending Maid Bright. passed senate
HJ792 Commending His Hidden Treasures. passed senate
HJ793 Commending Maximus, Inc. passed senate
HJ794 Celebrating the life of Sara Louise Rollison. passed senate
HJ795 Commending Kanika Davis. passed senate
HJ796 Celebrating the life of Arthur A. Kirk, M.D. passed senate
HJ797 Day of Honor for the Marquis de Lafayette; designating as March 14, 2015, and each year thereafter. passed senate
HJ798 Celebrating the life of John Robert Erwin. passed senate
HJ799 Celebrating the life of Patricia Godbolt White. passed senate
HJ800 Celebrating the life of Marian M. Bailey. passed senate
HJ801 Commending the Arlington County Police Department. passed senate
HJ802 Commending the Arlington County Fire Department. passed senate
HJ803 Commending Virginia Master Gardener Association, Inc. passed committee
HJ804 Speaker of the House of Delegates; confirming appointments. passed senate
HJ805 Commending Dolores A. Moore. passed committee
HJ806 Commending Mike Wray. passed senate
HJ807 Commending Ginny Wray. passed senate
HJ808 Memorializing the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to authorize clinical dead
HJ809 Commending Patrick Henry Elementary School. passed senate
HJ810 Commending Hoffman-Boston Elementary School. passed senate
HJ811 Commending the Stuarts Draft Ruritan Club. passed committee
HJ812 Celebrating the life of Jon Reed Donnelly. passed committee
HJ813 Commending the J.R. Tucker High School Sparky 384 robotics team. passed senate
HJ814 Commending Sheldon M. Retchin, M.D. passed senate
HJ815 Commending Herbert Ridgeway Collins. passed senate
HJ816 Commending the Hanover High School baseball team. passed senate
HJ817 Commending ABATE of Virginia, Inc. passed senate
HJ818 Commending Fairfield Court Tenant Council. passed senate
HJ819 Commending the Richmond Amateur Radio Club. passed senate
HJ820 Commending Leadership Metro Richmond. passed senate
HJ821 Commending Ginter Park Terrace Historic District. passed senate
HJ822 Commending Henrico County Court Appointed Special Advocates, Inc. passed senate
HJ823 Celebrating the life of S. Dallas Simmons. passed senate
HJ824 Celebrating the life of Garfield Ford Childs, Jr. passed senate
HJ825 Celebrating the life of Robert Douglas Jones. passed senate
HJ826 Commending the City of Virginia Beach Department of Agriculture. passed senate
HJ827 Celebrating the life of W. Scott Street III. passed senate
HJ828 Celebrating the life of Jim Bullington. passed senate
HJ829 Commending Joan Trumpauer Mulholland. passed senate
HJ830 Commending the Magna Vista High School football team. passed senate
HJ831 Commending Kenny Lewis. passed senate
HJ832 Commending Charles Majors. passed senate
HJ833 Commending Third Avenue Congregational Christian Church. passed senate
HJ834 Commending Robert Simpkins. passed senate
HJ835 Commending Frances Rice. passed senate
HJ836 Commending Bess Pierce, D.V.M. passed senate
HJ837 Commending Joseph Sheffey. passed senate
HJ838 Commemorating the arrival of the French frigate Hermione at Virginia in 2015. passed committee
HJ839 Celebrating the life of Frances Hallam Hurt. passed senate
HJ840 Celebrating the life of John Early McDonald, Jr. passed senate
HJ841 Celebrating the life of Sam Kornblau. passed committee
HJ842 Celebrating the life of Christopher John Kennedy. passed senate
HJ843 Celebrating the life of Robert Barns Brittain. passed committee
HJ844 Commending the Lloyd C. Bird High School football team. passed senate
HJ845 Commending Charles A. Reilly. passed senate
HJ846 Celebrating the life of Reuben V. Burrell. passed senate
HJ847 Commending Marshall Ford. passed senate
HJ848 Commending Swift Creek Mill Theatre. passed senate
HJ849 Commending the Council for the Arts of Herndon. passed senate
HJ850 Commending Lisa Lombardozzi. passed senate
HJ851 Commending the Crisis Intervention Team program. passed senate
HJ852 Commending Robin Douglas Davenport. passed senate
HJ853 Commending the National Association of Social Workers Virginia Chapter. passed senate
HJ854 Commending Joanna Wise Barnes. passed senate
HJ855 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Vincent F. Callahan, Jr. passed senate
HJ856 Commending the Faith Baptist School varsity men's basketball team. passed senate
HJ857 Commending Robert E. Phillips, Jr. passed senate
HJ858 Celebrating the life of Glenwood Elmo Hankins. passed senate
HJ859 Commending the Reverend George M. Wilson. passed senate
HJ860 Celebrating the life of Kathleen Therese Brown Rodenburg. passed committee
HJ861 Commending George Frederick Boyland. passed committee
HJ862 Commending Jaclyn Roller Ryan. passed senate
HJ863 Celebrating the life of William Broderick Prendergast. passed senate
HJ864 Commending Faith Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ865 Celebrating the life of William Norman Ward. passed senate
HJ866 Commending Edward M. Page, Sr. passed committee
HJ867 Commending the Honorable Donald P. McDonough. passed senate
HJ868 Commending the Fairfax Young Democrats. passed senate
HJ869 Commending Mount Vernon Woods Elementary School. passed senate
HJ870 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Richard B. Martin. passed senate
HJ871 Commending Matt Hagan. passed committee
HJ872 Commending Gerald W. Hyland. passed senate
HJ873 Commending James Ronald Ennis. passed senate
HJ874 Commending Charles William McKay. passed senate
HJ875 Commending Mary B. Agee. passed senate
HJ876 Commending the Community Church of God in Christ. passed committee
HJ877 Commending the Alexandria Sexual Assault Center. passed senate
HJ878 Celebrating the life of Ferdinand T. Day. passed committee
HJ879 Commending Robert Frost Middle School. passed senate
HJ880 Commending the Potomac and Chesapeake Association for College Admission Counseling. passed senate
HJ881 Celebrating the life of M. E. Alford. passed senate
HJ882 Commending Sister Grace Malonzo. passed senate
HJ883 Celebrating the life of Claudia Emerson. passed senate
HJ884 Commending the Reverend Dr. Clifton Whitaker, Jr. passed senate
HJ885 Commending the Faith Baptist School ladies basketball program. passed senate
HJ886 Commending Charles E. Jett. passed senate
HJ887 Celebrating the life of the Honorable John Brooks Curry II. passed senate
HJ888 Commending the Children's Cardiomyopathy Foundation. passed committee
HJ889 Celebrating the life of Sara Jean Dobie Collins. passed senate
HJ890 Commending Drew Model Elementary School. passed senate
HJ891 Commending Nancy Pool. passed senate
HJ892 Celebrating the life of Robert Fielding Cage. passed senate
HJ893 Commending Bethany College. passed senate
HJ894 Commending Scott M. Hamberger. passed committee
HJ895 Commending the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce. passed committee
HJ896 Celebrating the life of the Honorable William Eldridge Frenzel. passed senate
HJ897 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Julia Taylor Cannon. passed senate
HJ898 Celebrating the life of Robert J. Zoldos. passed senate
HJ899 Commending Milton J. Herd. passed committee
HJ900 Commending Robert T. Williamson. passed senate
HJ901 Commending the Inn at Little Washington. passed senate
HJ902 Commending Walnut Hills Baptist Church. passed committee
HJ903 Commending Jim Golden. passed committee
HJ904 Celebrating the life of Clarence Harvey Byler. passed senate
HJ905 Commending Fred M. Lynn Middle School. passed senate
HJ906 Celebrating the life of Sherwood Tyrone White. passed senate
HJ907 Celebrating the life of Captain James Richard Powell, Jr., USN (Ret.). passed senate
HJ908 Commending John R. Riley, Jr. passed senate
HJ909 Commending the Tuscarora High School girls cross country team. passed senate
HJ910 Commending Northern Virginia Community College. passed senate
HJ911 Commending the Hanover Concert Band. passed senate
HJ912 Commending Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church. passed senate
HJ913 Commending the Noel C. Taylor Municipal Building. passed senate
HJ914 Commending the National Federation of the Blind. passed senate
HJ915 Commending Patricia Ann Keller Douglas. passed committee
HJ916 Commending Kwame Alexander. passed senate
HJ917 Celebrating the life of Angeles H. Delloro. passed senate
HJ918 Commending Christine Lawson. passed senate
HJ919 Commending the Eastside High School one-act play team. passed senate
HJ920 Commending the Giles High School football team. passed committee
HJ921 Commending Robert Cellell Dalton. passed committee
HJ922 Commending Samir N. Saliba. passed committee
HJ923 Commending Carolyn Honeycutt. passed committee
HJ924 Celebrating the life of Walter Blair Keller, Jr. passed senate
HJ925 Commending the Honorable J. Michael Gamble. passed committee
HJ926 Commending Mary Harvey-Halseth. passed senate
HJ927 Commending Linda Byers. passed committee
HJ928 Commending George Pryde. passed senate
HJ929 Celebrating the life of Paul P. Arrington. passed senate
HJ930 Commending Dickenson County. passed senate
HJ931 Celebrating the life of Clynard C. Belcher. passed senate
HJ932 Celebrating the life of Sharon Kay Gilbert Clevinger. passed senate
HJ933 Celebrating the life of William E. Cline, DDS. passed senate
HJ934 Commending the ADAMS Center. passed senate
HJ935 Commending the Virginia Council for Private Education. passed senate
HJ936 Commending Moore Street Missionary Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ937 Commending the Reverend Dr. Alonza Lee Lawrence. passed senate
HJ938 Celebrating the life of Zora M. McCall Brownell. passed senate
HJ939 Commending Craig M. MacLean. passed senate
HJ940 Commending Darryl C. Smith, Sr. passed senate
HJ941 Commending the United States Navy Reserve. passed senate
HJ942 Commending Laura Pearson. passed senate
HJ943 Commending Nichols Hardware. passed senate
HJ944 Commending Flint Hill Elementary School. passed senate
HJ945 Celebrating the life of Gerald William Maravetz. passed senate
HJ946 Commending William Crosby Hairston. passed senate
HJ947 Commending 360IT Partners. passed committee
HJ948 Commending Michael Torrech. passed committee
HJ949 Celebrating the life of Jerome Kersey. passed committee
HJ950 Commending first responders to the Cherrystone Campgrounds tornado. passed senate
HJ951 Celebrating the life of Baylies Brewster. passed senate
HJ952 Commending the Richmond Metropolitan Area Group of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. passed senate
HJ953 Celebrating the life of Thelma Anthony Jones-Hawthorne. passed senate
HJ954 Celebrating the life of William W. Stanton VI. passed senate
HJ955 Commending Binford Middle School. passed senate
HJ956 Celebrating the life of McEva R. Bowser. passed senate
HJ957 Commending William David Rice. passed senate
HJ958 Commending Langley High School. passed senate
HJ959 Celebrating the life of Betty Van Yahres. passed senate
HJ960 Celebrating the life of Adam Fortune. passed senate
HJ961 Judges; election in circuit court, general district court, etc. passed senate
HJ962 Adjournment Sine Die. passed senate
HR189 Commending H. V. Traywick, Jr. passed house
HR190 Commending the Honorable Watkins Moorman Abbitt, Jr. passed house
HR191 Celebrating the life of John Sidney Davenport IV. passed house
HR192 Speaker of the House; authorized to employ legal counsel to represent the House of Delegates. dead
HR193 Celebrating the life of Steve Stavros Calos. passed house
HR194 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Joseph Benedict Benedetti. passed house
HR195 Commending the Ocean Lakes High School football team. passed house
HR196 Commending LEAD VIRGINIA. passed house
HR197 Commending Kay Beazley. passed house
HR198 Celebrating the life of Wayne Dallas Fuller. passed house
HR199 Commending Farrar W. Howard, Jr. passed house
HR200 House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed house
HR201 Commending the 2015 inductees into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame. passed house
HR202 Federal felons; restoration of gun ownership rights. dead
HR203 Commending Mark Ryan. passed house
HR204 Celebrating the life of Julie Fangming Ho Rao. passed house
HR205 Commending Danny Hunley. passed house
HR206 Celebrating the life of Linwood Custalow, M.D. passed house
HR207 Commending Hubbard Peanut Company, Inc. passed house
HR208 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed house
HR209 Judges; nominations for election to Court of Appeals of Virginia. passed house
HR210 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed house
HR211 Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships. passed house
HR212 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR213 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nominations for election of members. passed house
HR214 Beginning of life; recognizes and finds that life of a human person commences at conception. dead
HR215 Celebrating the life of Irving Althaus. passed house
HR216 Celebrating the life of Grant S. Williams, Sr. passed house
HR217 Commending the Loudoun 98 Red girls' soccer team. passed house
HR218 Celebrating the life of William Caleb Wharton. passed house
HR219 Commending Southampton County Historical Society. passed house
HR220 Celebrating the life of William Trenholm Hopkins III. passed house
HR221 Commending Sean Thomas Grapin. passed house
HR222 Commending Loudoun County Public Schools. passed house
HR223 Celebrating the life of Paul Macrae Montgomery. passed house
HR224 Commending Jeremy Mogollon Rivera. passed house
HR225 Commending Bill Harrelson. passed house
HR226 Commending Erin Adams. passed house
HR227 Commending Dwight S. Newingham. passed house
HR228 Commending Jay Coakley. passed house
HR229 Commending John Mills. passed house
HR230 Celebrating the life of Damion L. West. passed house
HR231 Commending the William Campbell Combined School golf team. passed house
HR232 Celebrating the life of Dorothy Seal Tolbert. passed house
HR233 Celebrating the life of Carol Cap passed house
HR234 Celebrating the life of Louise Wenzel Blanchard. passed house
HR235 Commending Wesley Garris. passed house
HR236 Celebrating the life of James Banks Brown, Jr. passed house
HR237 Commending Mary Jane Hogue. passed house
HR238 Commending Cabell F. Willis. passed house
HR239 Commemorating the life and legacy of Janie Porter Barrett. passed house
HR240 Commending Sherry E. Peterson. passed house
HR241 Commending Robert Carter Redman III. passed house
HR242 Epilepsy; USFDA to authorize clinical trials for use of cannabidiol oil, etc., for treatment. dead
HR243 Commending the Altavista Combined School football team. passed house
HR244 Commending the Stone Bridge High School girls' swim team. passed house
HR245 Celebrating the life of R. Fern Spencer. passed house
HR246 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. David Traynham Anderson. passed house
HR247 Commending the Honorable Rodham T. Delk, Jr. passed house
HR248 Commending Robert Bent. passed house
HR249 Commending John Mosesso. passed house
HR250 Commending the Haysi High School football team. passed house
HR251 Commending Castlewood High School. passed house
HR252 Commending Jill Branham. passed house
HR253 Commending S. Richmond Gallaer. passed house
HR254 Commending Benjamin A. Vaughan. passed house
HR255 Commending the winners of the Pete Shepherd Volunteer Public Water Access Service Award. passed house
HR256 Celebrating the life of John George Turner. passed house
HR257 Commending the Broad Run High School wrestling team. passed house
HR258 Commending the Appomattox Machine Pitch All-Stars baseball team. passed house
HR259 Commending the Rustburg Angels All-Stars softball team. passed house
HR260 Commending Bob and Annie Bryant. passed house
HR261 Celebrating the life of Stephen E. Beck, Jr. passed house
HR262 Commending Karen Cardwell. passed house
HR263 Commending the Honorable Cynthia D. Kinser. passed house
HR264 Celebrating the life of Frances Elizabeth Simpson Winstead. passed house
HR265 Commending the George Mason University Green Machine. passed house
HR266 Commending the Sinfonicron Light Opera Company. passed house
HR267 Commending Chad Green. passed house
HR268 Commending Rucker A. Tibbs, Sr. passed house
HR269 Commending the Loudoun First Responders Foundation. passed house
HR270 Celebrating the life of Violet Kaleh Carmona Bateman. passed house
HR271 Commending Eastside High School. passed house
HR272 Commending Wolf Hills Brewing Company. passed house
HR273 Commending The Improvement Association. passed house
HR274 Commending the Honaker High School football team. passed house
HR275 Commending the Honorable J. Samuel Glasscock. passed house
HR276 Commending the Honorable Frederick D. Quayle. passed house
HR277 Celebrating the life of Constance Violet Glenn Allen. passed house
HR278 Commending Mercy Seat Reformed Zion Union Apostolic Church. passed house
HR279 Celebrating the life of Michael Trenton Rose. passed house
HR280 Commending Patricia Keatts. passed house
HR281 Commending the Fauquier High School wrestling team. passed house
HR282 Commending the Hidden Valley High School boys swim team. passed house
HR283 Commending the Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department. passed house
HR284 Commending Andi Mack. passed house
HR285 Commending Lee Health & Rehab Center. passed house
HR286 Commending the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. passed house
HR287 Commending the Lions Club of Falls Church. passed house
HR288 Commending Congressional Schools of Virginia. passed house
HR289 Commending the Virginia Manufactured and Modular Housing Association. passed house
HR290 Celebrating the life of Charles B. Walker. passed house
HR291 Commending Eternal Life Church. passed house
HR292 Celebrating the life of Cynthia Murphy Elkin. passed house
HR293 Commending Virginia Triad/S.A.L.T. passed house
HR294 Celebrating the life of David I. Meiselman. passed house
HR295 Commending the Dulles South Food Pantry. passed house
HR296 Commending Old Ox Brewery. passed house
HR297 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed house
HR298 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed house
HR299 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR300 Celebrating the life of Laurence R. Dutton. passed house
HR301 Commending the Clarke County High School wrestling team. passed house
HR302 Commending the Vienna Woman's Club. passed house
HR303 Commending Hollin Meadows Elementary School. passed house
HR304 Commending Michael Battista. passed house
HR305 Celebrating the life of Keith A. Bodamer. passed house
HR306 Celebrating the life of Martha Ann McCroskey Groves. passed house
HR307 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel John Albert Bornmann, Jr., USA (Ret.). passed house
HR308 Commending Scott K. York. passed house
HR309 Celebrating the life of Gabriella Sophia Thompson. passed house
HR310 Commending Total Action for Progress. passed house
HR311 Commending Burrell Memorial Hospital. passed house
HR312 Commending Carolee Cooke. passed house
HR313 Commending Star of the Sea Catholic Church. passed house
HR314 Commending Marie Boyd. passed house
HR315 Celebrating the life of Leonid Kotlyar. passed house
HR316 Commending the Christiansburg High School wrestling team. passed house
HR317 Celebrating the life of David G. Helmer. passed house
HR318 Celebrating the life of Robert Luther Sales, Sr. passed house
HR319 Commending the Washington County Victim/Witness Assistance Program. passed house
HR320 Commending Michael R. Frey passed house
HR321 Commending the Virginia National Guard. passed house
# Title Status
SB4 Sexual and Domestic Violence Subfund; funding of sexual and domestic violence prevention, etc. dead
SB19 Virginia Casino Gaming Commission; regulation of casino gaming, penalties. dead
SB28 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; export of Virginia products and services. dead
SB32 Animal Cruelty Registry; established. dead
SB36 Writ of actual innocence; biological evidence, petitioners pro se. dead
SB37 Conservation police officers; appointment by Director of Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. dead
SB39 Firearms; criminal history record information check on transferee, penalties. dead
SB61 Handbills, solicitation of contributions, etc.; distribution on highways. dead
SB93 Unlawful photographs or videos; Class 6 felony for person to publish on Internet. dead
SB103 Health insurance; credit for retired state employees. dead
SB109 Health insurance; credit for certain retired employees. dead
SB137 Arrest photos; placement and removal on Internet, penalty. dead
SB142 Juvenile offenders, certain; sentence modification procedure. dead
SB191 Voter registration lists; duties of State Board of Elections and general registrars, etc. dead
SB208 Grand larceny & property injury; health & safety made an element of crimes where coal mine damaged. dead
SB226 Employment contracts; enforcement, applicable law. dead
SB234 Operating a vehicle or vessel containing a false compartment; penalty. dead
SB240 Public schools; withholding child from custodial parent. dead
SB255 Sexual crimes against minors; extend statute of limitations. dead
SB258 Law-enforcement consolidation plan; Secretary of Natural Resources to develop. dead
SB267 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; certified industrial parks. dead
SB275 Health insurance; victims of sexual assault, cost-sharing requirement for HIV medication. dead
SB289 Line of Duty Act; funding and review. dead
SB293 Reckless driving; causing death or injury of certain persons, Class 5 felony. dead
SB299 Asbestos, Lead, & Home Inspectors, Board for; examination, asbestos worker license applicants. dead
SB307 Alcoholic beverage control; composition of board. dead
SB309 Composite index, local; procedure for appealing computation. dead
SB313 Uniform Statewide Building Code; inspection & enforcement by counties & towns for existing building. dead
SB334 Virginia Disaster Relief Fund; established. dead
SB339 Secondhand fixtures and scrap metal; payment for materials to be in form of check. dead
SB350 Net energy metering by municipalities & multifamily customer-generators; projects authorized. dead
SB351 Securities Act; Invest in Virginia Exemption. dead
SB355 Fire services and emergency medical services; revises terminology and reorganizes provisions. dead
SB374 Neighborhood revitalization; locality may adopt program to establish, etc. dead
SB379 Grand larceny; threshold. dead
SB384 Sexual offenders; certain persons prohibited proximity to children at public libraries, penalty. dead
SB387 FOIA; exempts certain proprietary records of DRPT & VDOT from mandatory disclosure provisions. dead
SB395 Personal action for injury to person; malpractice against health care provider, failure to report. dead
SB396 Firearms; criminal background check for transfer, exemption for holders of concealed permits. dead
SB422 Hybrid retirement program; local deferred compensation and cash match plans. dead
SB428 Personal property tax; localities authorized to tax telephone and telegraph companies. dead
SB442 Sexual abuse; increases penalty for abuse of child 13 or 14 years of age to Class 6 felony. dead
SB451 Law-enforcement officer; sworn municipal park rangers added to definition of officer. dead
SB455 Emergency custody orders; duration, extension. dead
SB462 Physically disabled or socially isolated persons; penalty for financial exploitation. dead
SB475 Court costs; collection at DMV customer service centers. dead
SB479 Tanning facilities; age limit, parental consent. dead
SB483 Real property tax liens; assignment to third party. dead
SB487 Driving or boating while intoxicated; serious bodily injury, penalty. dead
SB495 Conservators of the peace, special; various changes to laws providing for appointment. dead
SB505 Natural gas; incentives for expanded use as transportation fuel, report. dead
SB522 Disabled American Veterans Highway; designating as entire length of I495 (Capital Beltway) in Va. dead
SB524 Segregated revenues; local fines and penalties. dead
SB531 Contract passenger carriers; eliminates certain requirements. dead
SB547 Uranium exploration; sampling of well near activity. dead
SB550 Service districts; underground utilities. dead
SB553 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; notification of laws. dead
SB566 Virginia Retirement System; increase of retirement allowance. dead
SB574 Local fiscal impact bills; first day introduction. dead
SB589 Disposal of solid waste fees; Southampton County. dead
SB598 Virginia Health Spa Act; exclusion for dojos. dead
SB606 Secondary highway system; withdrawal of county from system. dead
SB607 Method of execution; Director of DOC certifies that lethal injection isn't available, electrocution. dead
SB608 Concealed handgun permits, lifetime; Department of State Police to issue, penalty. dead
SB613 Juvenile delinquency prevention and youth development programs; savings grants. dead
SB616 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; elimination of Department, etc. dead
SB619 Income tax, corporate; eliminates tax for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2015. dead
SB622 Companion animals; surgical sterilization program, fund, penalty. dead
SB635 Epinephrine; possession and administration. dead
SB642 Alcoholic beverage control; temporary licenses for applicant for mixed beverage restaurant license. dead
SB644 Educational neglect of students with disabilities; fraud within educational programs, penalties. dead
SB647 Teledentistry pilot program; Department of Medical Assistance Services to create, report. dead
SB656 Economic development, local; revenues from certain taxes for qualified locality. dead
SB663 Community college mental health services; Virginia Community College System to create pilot program. dead
SB664 Agreements as to compensation; Commissioner of Highways' decisions to be reasonable, not arbitrary. dead
SB665 Eminent domain; limitations, property right of quiet and peaceful enjoyment. dead
SB670 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; limitation on personal information. dead
SB674 Virginia Information Technologies Agency; email archiving. dead
SB675 Northern Virginia Veterans Care Center; funding of project. passed house
SB676 Hampton Roads Veterans Care Center; funding of project. passed house
SB677 Absentee voting; persons eligible to vote absentee in person. dead
SB678 Real property tax; notice of assessments. passed
SB679 Adoption; person other than spouse of birth or adoptive parent may adopt child. dead
SB680 Magistrates; appointment and supervision. in committee
SB681 Minimum wage; increases from its current federally mandated level to $8.00 per hour. dead
SB682 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. dead
SB683 DUI blood or breath tests; eligibility for restricted license. in committee
SB684 Forfeiture of property used in connection with the commission of crimes; conviction required. dead
SB685 United States Postal Service; inspectors. passed
SB686 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple marijuana possession, penalty. dead
SB687 Virginia Retirement System; limitations on average final compensation. dead
SB688 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification. incorporated
SB689 Concealed handgun permits; lifetime permits. dead
SB690 Chaplains of the Virginia National Guard and Virginia Defense Force; sermons. passed
SB691 Vote centers; pilot program. dead
SB692 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; conservation officers. dead
SB693 Feral cats; trapping, neutering, and returning to site activity. dead
SB694 Firearms; criminal history record information check, penalties. incorporated
SB695 Hampton, City of; amending charter, candidacy of councilmembers in mayoral election. passed
SB696 Conflict of Interests Acts, State & Local Government, & General Assembly; certain gifts prohibited. incorporated
SB697 Automobile and homeowners insurance policies; notices. signed by governor
SB698 Companion animal; surgical sterilization program, fund, penalty. dead
SB699 Community cat programs; localities to authorize operation of programs. dead
SB700 Animal Cruelty Conviction List established. dead
SB701 Income tax, state; refund payments. passed
SB702 Antique motor vehicles; exhaust systems. passed
SB703 Designating the Trooper Jacqueline Vernon Memorial Bridge. signed by governor
SB704 Alternative local minimum wage; establishes procedure which wage may be imposed in any locality. dead
SB705 Virginia Lottery; sale of lottery tickets over Internet. stricken
SB706 Minimum wage; increases from its current federally mandated level to $8.00 per hour. stricken
SB707 Capitol Square; payment of restitution for any damage to Square or any building, etc. passed house
SB708 Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older. incorporated
SB709 Computer and other crimes; venue for prosecution. passed house
SB710 Human trafficking; new felonies created, penalties. incorporated
SB711 Voter registration; duties of State Board of Elections and general registrars. dead
SB712 Higher education; handling of sexual assault cases. passed house
SB713 Patient-Centered Medical Home Advisory Council; established. dead
SB714 Private health insurance exchanges; registration and operation in the Commonwealth. dead
SB715 Medicaid; DMAS to enter into contracts in regions with regional care organizations. dead
SB716 Virginia Casino Gaming Commission; regulation of casino gaming, penalties. dead
SB717 Medical school scholarships; expands eligibility for program. passed
SB718 Telemedicine; Department of Health to establish a three-year pilot program, report. dead
SB719 Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older. dead
SB720 Arrest photos on Internet; penalty. passed house
SB721 Seizure of property; receipt required. passed house
SB722 Tuition, in-state; students granted Temporary Protected Status, etc. dead
SB723 Public schools; health information form. stricken
SB724 SOL; Bd. of Education prohibited from adopting revisions that implement Common Core State Standards. passed
SB725 Arrest without warrant; procedures. dead
SB726 Cash proffer for residential construction; sunset date. incorporated
SB727 School Performance Report Card; redesign to be more effective in communicating to parents & public. passed
SB728 Alcoholic beverage control; creates an art instruction studio license. dead
SB729 Credit life and credit accident and sickness insurance; reports. signed by governor
SB730 Juvenile offenders, certain; sentence modification procedure. dead
SB731 Juvenile law-enforcement records; restorative justice. dead
SB732 Investigational drugs; expanded access. passed house
SB733 Abortion; requirement for ultrasound. dead
SB734 Higher education; reporting of sexual assault, penalty. incorporated
SB735 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; prohibited conduct related to travel. incorporated
SB736 Courthouse and courtroom security; increases assessment. dead
SB737 Depository institutions; authority to sponsor savings promotions. signed by governor
SB738 Virginia Sickness and Disability Program; open enrollment period for certain members of VRS. dead
SB739 State Police, Department of; appointment of supervisory officers. stricken
SB740 Carbon dioxide emissions; regulation, General Assembly approval of state plan. dead
SB741 Coalfield employment enhancement; extends expiration date of tax credit to January 1, 2019. dead
SB742 Elections; run-off elections. dead
SB743 Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission; local representation. dead
SB744 Portsmouth, City of; members, etc., of board of zoning appeals shall be appointed by governing body. passed
SB745 Workers' compensation; exclusion of certain truck owner-operators. signed by governor
SB746 Absentee ballots; extends deadline for mailing to voters. stricken
SB747 Absentee voting; application for ballot. dead
SB748 Insurance plans; provisions regulating hypothecation of assets. signed by governor
SB749 Portsmouth, City of; amending charter, election of mayor and city council members. passed
SB750 Hospitals; required notice to patients. passed
SB751 Leesburg, Town of; amending charter, unmanned aerial vehicles, preservation of trees. stricken
SB752 State and Local Government Conflict of Interests Act;prohibited conduct for Governor's Secretaries. incorporated
SB753 Trooper Andrew Fox Memorial Bridge; designating as New River Bridge on Interstate 81. signed by governor
SB754 Vehicle registration; increases fees, allocates funds for Department of State Police. dead
SB755 Falls Church, City of; amending charter, city boundaries. passed
SB756 Traffic light signal photo-monitoring systems; referenda. dead
SB757 Standards of Learning; eligibility for retake of test. incorporated
SB758 Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older. incorporated
SB759 Transient occupancy tax; Isle of Wight County authorized to impose a tax of up to two percent. passed
SB760 Medicare; supplement policies for persons under age 65 and eligible by reason of disability. dead
SB761 Personal injury and wrongful death actions; disclosure of address of alleged tortfeasor, etc. passed house
SB762 Tenancy by the entireties; property held in trust. passed house
SB763 Securities Act; crowdfunding exemption. passed
SB764 Electric utilities; net energy metering programs. incorporated
SB765 Redistricting; certain population data to be used. dead
SB766 Candidates; reduces number of signatures required on ballot petitions. dead
SB767 Water and sewer systems; Montgomery County may require connection. dead
SB768 Firearm transfer; penalties. dead
SB769 Health insurance; essential health benefits, abortion coverage. dead
SB770 Workers' compensation; exclusivity of remedy. passed house
SB771 Toxic waste site; to inventory Department of Environmental Quality. dead
SB772 Payment of wages; discrimination between employees on basis of sex. dead
SB773 Psychiatric treatment of minors; objecting minor. passed
SB774 Admissions tax; all counties authorized to levy. dead
SB775 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; representations related to special flood hazard zones. passed
SB776 Physical therapy; certain experience and referrals required to practice. passed house
SB777 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; gift-free legislator, penalty. dead
SB778 Motor fuels; vehicles hauling certain fuels during times of necessitous circumstances, report. signed by governor
SB779 Psychiatric treatment of minors; duration of admission, petition for judicial approval. passed house
SB780 Family day homes; licensure. incorporated
SB781 Passing with a double yellow line; drivers allowed to pass a pedestrian, bicycle, skateboard, etc. passed
SB782 The use of seclusion and restraint in public schools; Board of Education regulations. passed
SB783 Juveniles; confidentiality of records. dead
SB784 Cigarettes; all localities allowed to impose a tax. dead
SB785 Public employment; prohibits discrimination based on basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. dead
SB786 Electoral college; revises process for allocation of electoral votes. dead
SB787 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend TO BE MUTUALLY HELPFUL TO ONE ANOTHER. dead
SB788 Public assistance; changes in custody. dead
SB789 District court seal; Committee on District Courts may also adopt an official seal. passed
SB790 DPOR; permit required for certain boxing, wrestling, and martial arts events and exhibitions, etc. passed
SB791 Motor vehicle safety inspection; increases charge. stricken
SB792 Secondary state highway system; expands number of streets eligible to be taken into system. passed
SB793 Towing truck driver, etc.; prohibits occupants in motor vehicle while such vehicle is being towed. passed
SB794 Judicial personnel; testimony of certain personnel. passed house
SB795 BVU Authority; authorized to provide cable television, etc. stricken
SB796 County food and beverage tax; referendum requirement. passed committee
SB797 Photo-monitoring systems; enforcement. dead
SB798 Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty. dead
SB799 Hate crimes; definition, reports to State Police. dead
SB800 Budget Bill. dead
SB801 Clean energy; financing programs, development of underwriting guidelines. passed
SB802 TANF; State Board of Social Services to review annually. stricken
SB803 Speed limits in school crossing zones; counties allowed to increase or decrease. passed house
SB804 Weekend jail time; nonconsecutive days served. dead
SB805 STEM programs; grants for donations to qualified schools. dead
SB806 Higher educational institutions; fixed four-year tuition rate. dead
SB807 Corporate income tax; lower rate for certain businesses. dead
SB808 Building Revitalization Grant Fund; established, report. dead
SB809 Virginia Economic Development Authority; may develop a site and building assessment program. passed
SB810 Income tax; changes credit for low-income taxpayers. dead
SB811 Chemical storage in the Commonwealth; protection of human health and the environment. passed
SB812 Lobbyist disclosure; definition of executive action, procurement transactions. incorporated
SB813 Virginia Retirement System; technical amendments to the programs administered by System. passed house
SB814 Electronic identity management; standards, liability. passed
SB815 Virginia-North Carolina Interstate High-Speed Rail Compact; chairmanship. passed
SB816 Absentee voting; reason for application. passed
SB817 Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure of information. passed
SB818 Family day homes; licensure by Department of Social Services. stricken
SB819 TANF eligibility; drug-related felonies. dead
SB820 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification. dead
SB821 Opportunity Educational Institution; repeals Institution. passed
SB822 Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older. incorporated
SB823 Public schools; physical activity requirement. dead
SB824 Bipartisan Va. Redistricting Commission; statewide advisory referendum relating to establishing. dead
SB825 Digital impersonation; penalty. dead
SB826 State appropriations; limitations dead
SB827 Voting systems; use of direct recording electronic machines on and after July 1, 2016. dead
SB828 Firearms; possession on private or religious school property. in committee
SB829 Court costs; expired inspection sticker. dead
SB830 School calendar; continuing waivers. dead
SB831 Criminal history record checks; barrier crimes. dead
SB832 Blood samples; person authorized to take samples pursuant to a search warrant, immunity. passed house
SB833 Electric utilities; net energy metering. stricken
SB834 Post-adoption services; listing of services available to families. signed by governor
SB835 Newborn screening; Krabbe disease. dead
SB836 Motorcycles; standing on footpegs when dictated by safety concerns. passed
SB837 Emergency medical services personnel; alternate method created for background checks. incorporated
SB838 Armed forces member; immediate family of a member of armed forces may obtain state resident license. passed
SB839 License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend NEWPORT NEWS SHIPBUILDING. passed
SB840 Congressional and state legislative districts. dead
SB841 Ordinances; adoption by counties, notice by publication. stricken
SB842 School budget; preparation and approval by county. passed
SB843 Claims; Jonathan Christopher Montgomery. passed
SB844 Child day programs; exemptions from licensure. stricken
SB845 Volunteer first responders; immunity from civil liability when in route to an emergency. passed house
SB846 Recipients of public assistance; access to financial literacy courses. passed
SB847 Interstate 73 Transportation Compact; created. passed
SB848 Governor's Twenty marksmanship award; established. passed
SB849 Community colleges; enrollment policies. dead
SB850 Comprehensive Services Act for At-Risk Youth and Families; name change. passed
SB851 Hospital discharge procedures; designation of individual to receive information and instructions. signed by governor
SB852 Public schools; definition of corporal punishment, exception. dead
SB853 Elections; assistance for qualified voter who is 75 years of age or older or person with disability. dead
SB854 Small, Women-owned, and Minority-owned Business Loan Fund; established. passed
SB855 Capital cases; determination of mental retardation. passed
SB856 School-sponsored fund-raisers; regulations by Board of Education. stricken
SB857 Hospitals; required notice to patients. incorporated
SB858 Breaks Interstate Park; employees being commissioned as conservation officers. passed
SB859 Open-end lending by banks, savings institutions, etc.; determining grace period. passed
SB860 Creditor; satisfaction of judgment required to be noted. passed
SB861 Nurse practitioners. passed
SB862 Medical malpractice proceedings; health care providers, expert testimony. passed
SB863 Virginia Public Procurement Act; small purchase procedure for construction. incorporated
SB864 Cemeteries; access when located on private property. stricken
SB865 Intestate estate; administration by person convicted of fraud, misrepresentation, robbery, etc. passed house
SB866 Health insurance; school board allowed to elect to have employees & retirees to receive state plan. dead
SB867 Battery against certain local social services workers; penalty. dead
SB868 Water or sewer systems; delinquent payment of rates and charges. passed
SB869 Carbon monoxide emissions; certain diesel-powered incinerators exempted from certain regulations. passed
SB870 Charitable gaming; limits audit and administration fee, adjusted gross receipts. dead
SB871 Political campaign advertisements; includes yard signs in definition of print media. passed
SB872 Real property; explanation of increased assessment. passed
SB873 Virginia Veterans Recovery Program; created, report. stricken
SB874 Standards of Learning; eligibility for retake of tests. passed
SB875 Financial institutions; automated teller machines and other terminals, service facilities. signed by governor
SB876 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; prohibited contracts by hospital authorities. passed
SB877 Recognition of EMS Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact; created. dead
SB878 Motor vehicle dealer buyer's orders; includes new vehicles with certain gross weight. passed
SB879 Weighing exemptions for vehicles owned by a locality. dead
SB880 Disposable plastic shopping bags; prohibits retailers from providing, local option. dead
SB881 Safety and Health Codes Board; establishment of Voluntary Protection Program. signed by governor
SB882 Motor vehicle doors; opening and closing doors, penalty. dead
SB883 Virginia-Korea Advisory Board; established, report. dead
SB884 Domestic corporations; service of process on registered agent. dead
SB885 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; clarifies definition of small business. passed house
SB886 Plastic bags; tax imposed in Chesapeake Bay Watershed. dead
SB887 Real property; tax on commercial and industrial property in certain localities. dead
SB888 Electronic summons systems; fees assessed by towns. passed house
SB889 Affordable dwelling units; City of Fairfax authorized to adopt zoning ordinance to provide. passed
SB890 Zoning ordinance; vehicle title loan businesses and payday lenders. dead
SB891 Mechanics' liens; subcontractor's waiver of lien rights. passed house
SB892 Overdoses; establishes an affirmative defense to prosecution of an individual, etc., safe reporting. passed house
SB893 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; working papers and correspondence exemptions. dead
SB894 Community Integration Advisory Commission; expands membership, extends sunset provision. passed
SB895 Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Board of; clarifies definition of embalming. passed
SB896 Child labor laws; appeal procedures. passed
SB897 Standards of Learning; eligibility for retake of tests. incorporated
SB898 Family day homes, unlicensed and unregistered; notice to DSS, background checks. stricken
SB899 Alcoholic beverage control; markups. signed by governor
SB900 SOL; school divisions to determine date for assessments. passed
SB901 Nurses and nurse practitioners, registered and practical; restricted volunteer license. passed
SB902 Minors; procedures for collection of physical evidence. dead
SB903 Problem-Solving Docket Act; established, report. dead
SB904 Income tax subtraction; long-term capital gain from qualified investments. passed
SB905 Educational Improvement Scholarships Tax; norm-referenced tests to be Board approved. dead
SB906 Absentee voting; information required on application. dead
SB907 Absentee ballots; name and address of voter. dead
SB908 Police and court records; expungement, court may order without conducting a hearing. passed house
SB909 Protective orders; person subject to an order is prohibited from possessing a firearm, penalty. dead
SB910 Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older. incorporated
SB911 Child welfare agencies; annual background checks required for employees and volunteers. incorporated
SB912 Emergency custody orders; temporary firearms restriction orders. in committee
SB913 Custody or visitation orders; filing fees. dead
SB914 Sexually violent predator offenses; retention of court case files. passed house
SB915 Indecent liberties; venue. passed
SB916 Diploma seals; BOE shall establish criteria for awarding. passed house
SB917 Fair Housing Law; unlawful discrimination, sexual orientation or gender identity. dead
SB918 Sex offender registration; verification. passed
SB919 Administrative subpoenas; electronic communication services, sealing of subpoena. passed house
SB920 Abortion; removes time for performance of ultrasound, informed consent. dead
SB921 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; use of revenues by towns. dead
SB922 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification. dead
SB923 Child support; court may order support for disabled child over age of 18. passed
SB924 General Assembly members; compensation for attendance at conferences. dead
SB925 School zone; speed limit photo-enforcement system. stricken
SB926 Notice provisions; third party commercial carrier. dead
SB927 Administrative Process Act; process for disqualification of a hearing officer. passed
SB928 Administrative Process Act; default by nonappearing party. passed
SB929 State agencies; use of third-party commercial carriers for service, delivery, etc. dead
SB930 Virginia Military Family Relief Fund; benefits for state active duty missions. passed
SB931 Veterans identification card; definition of veteran. passed
SB932 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; use of certain revenues for new sidewalk projects. dead
SB933 Individual income tax subtraction; discharge of student loan. passed
SB934 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; supplement to Registry (Robby's Rule). incorporated
SB935 Herndon, Town of; amending charter, moves election date of mayor and council. dead
SB936 Unclaimed firearms; donation to Department of Forensic Science. passed
SB937 Aircraft, certain; local regulation. stricken
SB938 Fire services and emergency medical services; revises certain terminology. passed house
SB939 Private police departments. incorporated
SB940 Montross, Town of; amending charter, moves election date of town council. passed
SB941 Protective orders; compensation for required representation of respondents. passed
SB942 Virginia Retirement System; purchase of prior service credit. passed house
SB943 Firearms; possession or transportation following convictions for certain misdemeanor crimes. dead
SB944 Home health and hospice organizations; reporting requirements concerning health professionals. passed
SB945 Payday loans; permitted interest. dead
SB946 Alcoholic beverage control; alcohol by volume. dead
SB947 Foster care; removes certain requirement of Department of Social Services. passed
SB948 Concealed handgun permits; sharing of information. passed
SB949 Hybrid vehicle registration; tax credit for certain vehicle owners. dead
SB950 Veteran Employment Grant Fund and Program; created. dead
SB951 Dead bodies; disposition of remains or burial of decedent. passed
SB952 Highway maintenance payments to cities and towns. dead
SB953 Highway maintenance payments to certain cities. dead
SB954 Elections; absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person. incorporated
SB955 Industrial hemp production and manufacturing. passed
SB956 Overheight vehicles; owner of vehicle to be fined for any damage. passed
SB957 Child support; court may order for disabled child over the age of 18 (Conner's Law). incorporated
SB958 Driving while intoxicated; mandatory minimum jail sentence, penalty. dead
SB959 Medicine Board of; supervised clinical training licensure. incorporated
SB960 Juvenile on probation; funding for re-entry and release services. dead
SB961 Juvenile Justice, Department of; access to criminal history record information. passed
SB962 Virginia Military Advisory Council (VMAC); reduces membership. passed
SB963 Action for personal injury or wrongful death; appointment of administrator. passed
SB964 Charitable Gaming Board; authorization of electronic poker games for qualified organizations. stricken
SB965 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; limitation on collection. passed house
SB966 Temporary detention order; custody. passed
SB967 Extended Foster Care Services and Support; created. dead
SB968 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; record exemption for certain health records. signed by governor
SB969 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exception to open meeting requirements. passed
SB970 Child support; DSS to serve notice of administrative support order. stricken
SB971 Community College Workforce Training Grant Program; established. dead
SB972 Buggs Island Lake; allowed to be referred to as John H. Kerr Reservoir or Kerr Lake. passed
SB973 Assault and battery; when attorney or deputy attorney for Commonwealth is victimized. dead
SB974 State police training; reduction in local law-enforcement funding. in committee
SB975 Tourism zones; tax revenues for tourism projects. incorporated
SB976 Obscene sexual display in a public place; third offense, penalty. dead
SB977 Virginia Sickness and Disability Program; open enrollment period. dead
SB978 Virginia Retirement System; participation in Plan One. dead
SB979 License plates, special; issuance for recipients of Legion of Merit Medal. passed
SB980 Public schools; teacher grievance procedures. stricken
SB981 Higher educational institutions; memorandum of understanding and policies. incorporated
SB982 Graduation requirements; local alternative paths to standard units of credit. passed
SB983 Higher educational institutions, four-year public; dual enrollment programs. stricken
SB984 Standards of Learning tests; expedited retake. incorporated
SB985 Virginia Public School Educational Technology Grants Program; leases of educational technology. dead
SB986 Senate districts; adjustment. passed
SB987 Virginia Public Procurement Act; bid match preference for Virginia businesses. dead
SB988 Sexual orientation change efforts prohibited. dead
SB989 Forest products; establishes overweight permit for hauling, length limitations. passed
SB990 Domestic violence leave; employers to provide for employees. dead
SB991 Virginia Tourism Growth Incentive Fund; established, report. dead
SB992 Community Colleges, State Board for; policy for award of academic credit for military training. incorporated
SB993 Transfer of firearms; criminal history record information check; penalties. dead
SB994 Single-family dwellings; locality required to set standards for clustering. dead
SB995 Standards of Learning tests; expedited retake. incorporated
SB996 Boating safety education; exemption for motorboat operators born prior to July 1, 1972. dead
SB997 Emergency medical services personnel; background checks, process. passed
SB998 School divisions; concussion policies and procedures, establishing a management plan. dead
SB999 Deeds of trust or mortgages; calculation of tax shall be calculated using rate scale, etc. passed
SB1000 Redistricting advisory commission, temporary; establishes commission, process of redistricting. dead
SB1001 Dogs or cats; sell, exchange, etc., prohibited on or in any roadside, parkway, etc. passed house
SB1002 Local workforce investment boards; pay-for-performance contract strategy incentives. passed
SB1003 Off-road motorcycles converted to on-road use; titling and registration requirements, penalty. passed
SB1004 Electronic cigarettes and other vapor products; state tax created, localities authorized to impose. dead
SB1005 Income tax, state; refund payments. incorporated
SB1006 Virginia Marine Resources Commission; submerged lands, permit fees. dead
SB1007 Port of Virginia Economic & Infrastructure Development Grant Fund & Program; grants. passed
SB1008 Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; statement of unit and lot owner rights. passed
SB1009 Income tax, state; deduction for long-term health care insurance premiums. dead
SB1010 Taxation, Department of; disclosure of information. passed
SB1011 Cash proffers; purchase of development rights by locality. dead
SB1012 Income tax, state; subtraction, sale of land for open-space use. passed
SB1013 Virginia Public Building Authority; Military Mission Improvement and Expansion projects. dead
SB1014 Suffolk, City of; amending charter, appointment of members of board of equalization & school board. passed
SB1015 Advertisement of foreclosure sale by a trustee or trustees in execution of a deed of trust. signed by governor
SB1016 Virginia Real Estate Board; exemptions from licensure. signed by governor
SB1017 Employment applications; inquiries regarding criminal arrests, charges, or convictions. dead
SB1018 Practical nurse or registered nurse; establishes criminal history record check for applicants. passed
SB1019 Land preservation; tax credit. passed
SB1020 Standards of Learning; reduced number and type of assessments. dead
SB1021 Instructional school hours; instructional time. passed
SB1022 Virginia Retirement System; increase of retirement allowance. dead
SB1023 Mass transit; transit funding in statewide prioritization. stricken
SB1024 Apprenticeship-related instruction. passed
SB1025 Transportation network companies. signed by governor
SB1026 Lobbyist disclosure; reporting by certain political subdivisions. dead
SB1027 Passing with a double yellow line; drivers allowed to pass pedestrian, stopped vehicle, etc. incorporated
SB1028 Court-appointed counsel; waiver application for compensation in child welfare cases. dead
SB1029 Child day centers and family day homes; report to Department of Social Services. incorporated
SB1030 Virginia Marine Resources Commission; conveyance of easement across Rappahannock River. passed
SB1031 Real property tax exemption; certain leasehold interests. passed
SB1032 Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority; created, report, eliminates ABC Board. enacted
SB1033 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; increases membership. dead
SB1034 Alcoholic beverage control; adds powdered or crystalline alcohol, penalty. signed by governor
SB1035 Felony homicide; felony drug offenses; penalty. dead
SB1036 Dependents of active duty military; DMAS to amend waiver eligibility criteria. passed
SB1037 Green job creation tax credit; sunset. passed
SB1038 Investment in research and technology; changes to CRCF, adding federal research facility. passed house
SB1039 Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center; name change. passed house
SB1040 License tax; businesses ceasing operations. passed
SB1041 Community policy and management teams; policies governing referrals and reviews. passed
SB1042 Capital outlay plan. passed house
SB1043 Bonds for institutions of higher education. passed
SB1044 Commonwealth's tax code; conformity with federal law; emergency. signed by governor
SB1045 Autism spectrum disorder; Board of Medicine to make information available on website. passed
SB1046 Benefits consortium; formation of a not-for-profit consortium by localities. passed
SB1047 Stormwater utility fees; municipal separate storm sewer permits. passed
SB1048 Capitol Police; security for Governor-elect, Lieutenant Governor-elect, Attorney General-elect. passed
SB1049 Regional jails; reimbursement of capital costs, regional contracts for cooperative jailing. passed
SB1050 Military and emergency laws; repeals obsolete provisions. passed
SB1051 Biennial appropriation act; changing biennial appropriations. dead
SB1052 Developmental disabilities; definition. passed
SB1053 Civil commitment proceedings; fees and compensation. dead
SB1054 Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families, State Executive Council for; regulations. dead
SB1055 Child welfare agencies; background checks, barrier crimes. dead
SB1056 Child pornography and obscenity offenses; penalties. passed house
SB1057 Advisory Committee on Sexual and Domestic Violence. incorporated
SB1058 Chiropractic schools; student training and practice. passed
SB1059 Special counsel; employment by Attorney General or Governor, requirements. passed house
SB1060 Primary elections; voter registration by political party. dead
SB1061 Electronic pollbooks; photographs and identifying information for each voter. dead
SB1062 Presidential elections; number of officers of election and ballot scanner machines. passed
SB1063 Charter schools; personnel. dead
SB1064 Administration of estates; liability of heir or devisee for real estate conveyed. passed
SB1065 Cash proffer for residential construction; sunset date. incorporated
SB1066 Elected offices; term of officer elected to fill vacancy, filling vacancies in U.S. Senate & House. passed house
SB1067 Petition for attachment; removes judges from list of persons. passed
SB1068 Vapor products; purchase or possession by minors. dead
SB1069 Family day homes, unlicensed, unregistered; notice to Commissioner of Department of Social Services. incorporated
SB1070 Virginia Commercial Space Flight Authority; dedicated revenues. passed
SB1071 Environmental Quality, Department of; raises civil penalties. dead
SB1072 United States Postal Service; inspectors. incorporated
SB1073 Elections; assistance for certain voters. incorporated
SB1074 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; supplement to Registry. passed
SB1075 State health plan; participation by employees of local school divisions. incorporated
SB1076 Elections; date of June primary elections. dead
SB1077 Vote centers; pilot program. incorporated
SB1078 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting. incorporated
SB1079 Flood protection plan. passed
SB1080 State Corporation Commission; secure online system. dead
SB1081 Equines; prohibits intentional roping of or interference with the legs of an equine. passed
SB1082 Unattended children in motor vehicles; penalty. dead
SB1083 Immunizations; adds certain doses of meningococcal vaccine to minimum requirements. dead
SB1084 General Assembly districts; technical adjustments. passed
SB1085 Value of property; enforcement of liens. passed
SB1086 Medicaid payment; trial for false statement or representation on application, venue. passed
SB1087 Residential property; option contracts for purchase, required provisions. in committee
SB1088 Hospitals; admission of patients. stricken
SB1089 Constitutional office; filling a vacancy. passed
SB1090 Service and Volunteerism, Advisory Board on; established to advise Governor and his cabinet. signed by governor
SB1091 Public schools; adjustment of calculation of local composite index for funding. dead
SB1092 General registrars; reassigning duties of the electoral board. passed
SB1093 Movable Soccer Goal Safety Act; created. dead
SB1094 Sexual and Domestic Violence, Advisory Committee on; established. passed
SB1095 Prospective foster parents; barrier crimes. passed
SB1096 Use of 'Jake brakes' in localities. dead
SB1097 Virginia Racing Commission; powers, definitions, advance deposit account wagering revenues. passed
SB1098 Juvenile Justice and Prevention, Advisory Committee on; delinquency prevention. passed
SB1099 Virginia Solar Energy Development Authority; created, report. passed
SB1100 Enticing, etc., real estate licensee with intent to commit certain felonies; penalty. dead
SB1101 Oysters; marking planting grounds. dead
SB1102 Transportation network companies. incorporated
SB1103 Disposable plastic shopping bags; distribution prohibited, local option. dead
SB1104 Post-adoption services. incorporated
SB1105 School Health Advisory Board; established, report. dead
SB1106 Veterans; unclaimed cremains. passed
SB1107 Balloons; prohibits release into atmosphere. dead
SB1108 Revocation of concealed handgun permit; delinquency in child support payments. dead
SB1109 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; expands open meeting exemptions. passed
SB1110 Search of electronic device without warrant prohibited. dead
SB1111 People with Disabilities, Virginia Board for; membership, powers and duties. passed
SB1112 Public schools; kindergarten instructional time. dead
SB1113 Impersonation via computer; Class 3 misdemeanor. dead
SB1114 Emergency custody order; temporary detention for testing, observation, and treatment. passed
SB1115 Food and dairy products; sampling of seized products. passed
SB1116 Standards of Learning; request of waiver to use alternative test for students with limited English. dead
SB1117 Child abuse or neglect, suspected; time period for investigation. passed
SB1118 Hearing officers; requirements and hearing process for motor vehicle franchise dealers, report. passed
SB1119 Retail Sales and Use Tax; gross proceeds. passed
SB1120 Medicine, Board of; requirements for licensure. passed
SB1121 Agency directors; IT responsibility. passed
SB1122 Higher educational institutions; student mental health policies. passed house
SB1123 Child care subsidy; license required. dead
SB1124 Licensure of family day homes. incorporated
SB1125 Accountancy, Board of; technical updates to conform with recently updated professional standards. passed
SB1126 Resource management plans; discussion or consideration of personal information in closed meetings. signed by governor
SB1127 Tangible personal property; miscellaneous and incidental property. passed
SB1128 State song. incorporated
SB1129 FOIA; expands record exemption for public safety, cybersecurity. passed
SB1130 Blackjacks and other similar weapons; sale or possession of with intent to sell. dead
SB1131 School calendar. dead
SB1132 Concealed handgun; possession on school property prohibited. dead
SB1133 State and local government officers and employees; prohibited conduct, retaliation. passed
SB1134 General Assembly members; prohibited conduct. dead
SB1135 Adoption leave benefit; creates new classification for state employee. dead
SB1136 Administrative Rules, Joint Commission on; powers and duties, effect of administrative rules. passed
SB1137 Loaded rifle or shotgun; regulation of transportation. passed
SB1138 Sexual abuse of certain children; penalty. dead
SB1139 General Assembly; testimony under oath before committee or subcommittee. dead
SB1140 Local fiscal impact bills; first day introduction. dead
SB1141 Sales and use tax exemption; computer equipment and software used in certain data centers. dead
SB1142 Income tax, corporate; taxable income of taxpayers with enterprise data center operations. passed
SB1143 Quarantine zones; establishment by the Governor at the request of the Commissioner. dead
SB1144 Local economic development. dead
SB1145 Local school board members; professional development. stricken
SB1146 Virginia Vegetation Program; established by Department of Environmental Quality. stricken
SB1147 Median income taxpayers; creates a $250 nonrefundable tax credit. dead
SB1148 Restricted driver's license; activities related to seeking employment. dead
SB1149 Expanded access to investigational drugs, biological products, and devices. incorporated
SB1150 General Assembly; consideration of the conference committee report on the biennial budget. incorporated
SB1151 State and local advisory team; expands membership. passed
SB1152 Criminal gang files; DOC to report incarcerated persons. stricken
SB1153 Apprenticeship opportunities; online portal. dead
SB1154 Discharge of deleterious substance into state waters; notice. dead
SB1155 Firearms; confiscation, reporting, and return by law enforcement. dead
SB1156 Writ of habeas corpus; service; of writ, dismissal of petition. passed
SB1157 Condominium Act and Property Owners' Association Act; notice of sale under deed of trust. passed
SB1158 Statewide Fire Prevention Code; authorizes use of consumer fireworks in Commonwealth. dead
SB1159 Highway projects; Commonwealth Transportation Board to develop a life-cycle cost analysis. dead
SB1160 Renewable energy; third party power purchase agreements. dead
SB1161 Coal tax; limits amount of credit that may be claimed for coal employment and production incentive. passed
SB1162 Hybrid retirement program; disclosure of services, etc., associated with voluntary contributions. passed
SB1163 Natural gas utilities; recovery of system expansion infrastructure costs. signed by governor
SB1164 Corrections, State Board of; transfers certain powers and duties to Department of Corrections. stricken
SB1165 Farm winery; licensees allowed to manufacture wine containing 21% or less of alcohol by volume. passed
SB1166 Public service corporations; access to public records. dead
SB1167 Epinephrine auto-injectors; possession and administration by certain individuals. dead
SB1168 Family day homes and child day centers; local government to report business licenses issued. passed house
SB1169 Natural gas companies; right to enter upon property. stricken
SB1170 Assault and battery against family or household member; penalty. dead
SB1171 Bristol, City of; amending charter, clarifying changes to the Bristol Virginia Utilities Authority. stricken
SB1172 Developments of regional impact; entitlement to certain sales tax revenues. dead
SB1173 Virginia Retirement System; revocation of participation by Town of Damascus. passed
SB1174 Cemetery Board; perpetual care trust funds, requirements. passed
SB1175 Rental property tax; localities permitted to impose a short-term tax on bicycles. dead
SB1176 Bristol, City of; amending charter, clarifying changes to the Bristol Virginia Utilities Authority. passed
SB1177 Commissioners of the revenue; production of documents related to tax liability by taxpayer. passed
SB1178 Firearms; numerous changes to laws regarding. dead
SB1179 Firearms; access by children; penalty. dead
SB1180 Custody and visitation agreements; court to consider best interests of the child. dead
SB1181 Nondiscrimination in public employment. incorporated
SB1182 Health benefit exchange; information on health benefit plans. dead
SB1183 Higher educational institutions, four-year; fixed tuition rate. incorporated
SB1184 Missing persons; search and rescue. passed
SB1185 Admissions tax; extends expiration of tax in Stafford County. stricken
SB1186 Naloxone; administration in cases of opiate overdose. passed house
SB1187 DNA; analysis upon conviction of certain misdemeanors. passed
SB1188 Commercial sex trafficking; penalties. passed house
SB1189 Electronic communication service or remote computing service; obtaining records. dead
SB1190 Motor vehicle liability insurance; underinsured motorist claims, settlement procedures, subrogation. passed house
SB1191 Firearm, stun weapon, or other weapon; possession on school property. passed
SB1192 Higher educational institutions; sexual misconduct policies. incorporated
SB1193 Academic transcripts; suspension, permanent dismissal, or withdrawal from institution. passed house
SB1194 Conservators of the peace, special; registration with DCJS. dead
SB1195 Conservators of the peace, special; training standards, orders of appointment, etc. passed house
SB1196 Judicial retirement; increases mandatory retirement age. passed house
SB1197 Hospitals; establishing policies to follow when a stillbirth occurs, reporting. passed
SB1198 Administrative Process Act; legislative review of regulations. signed by governor
SB1199 Acts of violence on schools and other property; penalties. dead
SB1200 Golden bamboo; designating as a noxious weed. stricken
SB1201 Stormwater; procedure for approval of dredging operations in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. passed house
SB1202 Clean Power Plan; preparation of state implementation plan. stricken
SB1203 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan; Little Creek watershed removed from James River Basin. passed
SB1204 Secondhand building materials; exemption for donation of certain materials. passed
SB1205 Recyclable materials; changes tax credit by extending expiration date to January 1, 2020. passed
SB1206 Higher educational institutions; six-year plan to include intellectual property interests, etc. passed
SB1207 Securities Act; Crowdfunding Virginia Exemption. incorporated
SB1208 Urban system construction projects; City of Norfolk may receive funds for projects. signed by governor
SB1209 New Economy Industry Credential Assistance Training Grants; established. dead
SB1210 Retail sales and transient occupancy taxes on room rentals. dead
SB1211 Gender-specific references; revision to certain terms in the Code of Virginia. dead
SB1212 Watercraft; raises sales and use tax. dead
SB1213 Human Trafficking, Advisory Council on; established, report, sunset provision. dead
SB1214 Alexandria, City of; amending charter, changes certain powers of mayor, city council, etc. passed
SB1215 Ivory and rhinoceros horn; person who imports, sells, etc. in committee
SB1216 Transportation network companies; penalties. incorporated
SB1217 Private police department; definition. passed
SB1218 Autocycles; exempted from motor vehicle emissions inspection program. passed
SB1219 Tangible personal property tax relief; autocycles. passed
SB1220 Following too closely. signed by governor
SB1221 Health care institutions; reporting requirements of certain officials. stricken
SB1222 Expanded access to investigational drugs, biological products, and devices. incorporated
SB1223 Higher educational institutions, four-year public; websites, consumer information. passed
SB1224 Service dogs; establishes voluntary certification program. dead
SB1225 Life insurance policies and annuity contracts; proceeds and avails of policies and contracts. dead
SB1226 Virginia Public Procurement Act; requirements for Requests for Proposal. passed
SB1227 Telemedicine services; prescriptions. signed by governor
SB1228 Passing with a double yellow line. incorporated
SB1229 Real estate with delinquent taxes; appointment of special commissioner in City of Fredericksburg. passed
SB1230 ABC Board; regulation of distribution and sale of cigarettes and other tobacco products. dead
SB1231 Cigarettes; possession with intent to distribute contraband, fraudulent purchase. passed
SB1232 Administration and enforcement of cigarette laws. passed
SB1233 Speed limits; exceeding limit, fine. dead
SB1234 Grand larceny; threshold. dead
SB1235 Cannabidiol oil and THC-A oil; recommendation and dispensing. signed by governor
SB1236 Special diplomas; eliminates the term. passed
SB1237 Senate districts; adjustments. passed
SB1238 Emergency Management, Department of; electromagnetic pulses and geomagnetic disturbances. passed
SB1239 Electromagnetic pulse disaster; statewide drill on response. stricken
SB1240 Transient occupancy tax; Bland & Russell Counties added to list of counties authorized to impose. passed
SB1241 Drugs forfeited to law enforcement; disposal when no longer needed for research and training. passed house
SB1242 Nurseries; labeling of plants treated with pollinator-lethal insecticides. stricken
SB1243 Tangible personal property; miscellaneous and incidental property. incorporated
SB1244 Chiropractors; expands scope of practice. dead
SB1245 Affordable housing in the City of Charlottesville; income level. passed
SB1246 Parking and engine idling; certain cities and counties to prohibit. dead
SB1247 Charlottesville, City of; amends current sidewalk construction provision. passed
SB1248 Volunteer property maintenance & zoning inspectors; City of Charlottesville may use to issue notice. dead
SB1249 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting. dead
SB1250 Lobbyist disclosure; amends portion of form on which gifts are disclosed. dead
SB1251 Lobbyist reporting; disclosure statement. dead
SB1252 Higher educational institutions; reporting of sexual assault, penalty. incorporated
SB1253 Sexual crimes against minors; extends statute of limitations. dead
SB1254 Judges; restriction on election and appointment by General Assembly. dead
SB1255 Elections; method of nominating party candidates. dead
SB1256 Localities; advertisement of legal notices on radio or television. dead
SB1257 Cash proffer for residential construction; sunset date. passed
SB1258 Corrections, Department of; interstate transportation of prisoners. passed
SB1259 Salvage, nonrepairables, and rebuilt vehicles; requirements and practices of certain dealers. signed by governor
SB1260 Restaurants; regulations requiring display of information about food allergies. passed
SB1261 Judicial Nominations Commission; created. dead
SB1262 Health insurance; carrier business practices. passed
SB1263 Civil admission process; alternative transportation. passed
SB1264 Involuntary admission and incapacity information; access by law-enforcement. passed house
SB1265 Acute psychiatric bed registry; frequency of updating. signed by governor
SB1266 Conservation easements; private bottomland conveyed by special grant. stricken
SB1267 Conflicts of Interests Acts, State and Local Government, and General Assembly; prohibited. incorporated
SB1268 Adoption; child in custody of prospective adoptive parent(s) for five years or more. passed
SB1269 Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of distiller's license. passed
SB1270 Admission of incapacitated persons pursuant to advance directive, etc.; transportation order. dead
SB1271 Submerged beds of rivers or creeks; claims of private ownership, arbitration. stricken
SB1272 Alcoholic beverage control; limited distillers' licenses. passed
SB1273 Alcoholic beverage control; regulations of the ABC Board relating to certain brewery personnel. dead
SB1274 State highways; allocation of funds. dead
SB1275 Higher educational institutions; reporting of sexual assault to DCJS. incorporated
SB1276 Roanoke, City of; amending charter, appointment of director of finance. passed
SB1277 Prescription contraceptives; insurance policies to cover. dead
SB1278 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Gov't, and General Assembly; prohibited gifts. incorporated
SB1279 Handheld personal communications devices; use while driving, penalty. dead
SB1280 Certificate of public need; State Health Commissioner to condition approval. dead
SB1281 Administrative Process Act; exemptions for certain industries regulated by DCJS. dead
SB1282 Administrative Process Act; disciplinary proceedings. dead
SB1283 Certificate of public need; eliminates regional health planning agencies and adds an exception. passed
SB1284 Watershed Implementation Plans (WIPs); replacement of tributary strategies. passed
SB1285 Income tax, corporate; reduces tax rate by one percent for taxable years beginning January 1, 2016. dead
SB1286 Public schools; annual budget publication in line item form on school division's website. passed
SB1287 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage licenses for certain establishments. passed
SB1288 General registrars; Russell County not required to have full-time assistant registrar in office. stricken
SB1289 State and Local Government Conflict of Interests Act, General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act. incorporated
SB1290 Criminal cases; venue for prosecution. passed house
SB1291 Community policy and management teams; powers and duties, referral to family assessment. stricken
SB1292 Sanitary districts; boat ramps, shoreline management, and dredging. dead
SB1293 Public elementary and secondary schools; student identification numbers. passed
SB1294 Board of Nursing; criminal history record check for applicants for licensure. incorporated
SB1295 Virginia National Guard and Virginia Defense Force; sermons by chaplains. incorporated
SB1296 Death sentence; requirements for imposition. dead
SB1297 Stalking; penalty. dead
SB1298 Incompetent defendants; capital murder charges. dead
SB1299 VPPA; public contracts for construction, etc., required to use products manufactured in the U.S. dead
SB1300 Northern Virginia Training Center; prohibition of closure. dead
SB1301 Unmanned aircraft systems; use by public bodies during execution of a search warrant, exception. passed house
SB1302 Campaign finance; campaign fundraising during special sessions prohibited. dead
SB1303 Trooper Donald E. Lovelace Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 134 bridge over U.S. Route 17. signed by governor
SB1304 Trooper Garland Matthew Miller Memorial Bridge; designating as Barlow Road overpass over I 64. signed by governor
SB1305 Unclaimed property; use of death master file. dead
SB1306 Battlefield property; authority to acquire. passed
SB1307 Search warrants; collection of evidence from computers, computer networks, or other device. passed house
SB1308 Gas severance tax; extends sunset provision to December 31, 2018. passed
SB1309 Charitable Gaming Board; membership. passed
SB1310 Practitioner-owned distributorships; prohibits use of certain supplied medical devices. dead
SB1311 Prisoners; sheriff, etc., to notify victim as soon as practicable of transfer. passed
SB1312 Private roads; covenants, government maintenance and improvements. passed house
SB1313 Virginia Racing Commission; significant infrastructure limited licensee. dead
SB1314 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; long-range plan. passed
SB1315 Nonhuman primates; acquisition prohibited, penalties. dead
SB1316 Circuit court clerks; changes to operation of clerks, including electronic records, fees, etc. passed
SB1317 Virginia Shoreline Resiliency Fund; established. dead
SB1318 Application of foreign law in Virginia courts; domestic relations. in committee
SB1319 Retail Sales and Use Tax; limited exemption for certain qualifying items, beginning in 2015. passed
SB1320 Public schools; accreditation ratings. passed
SB1321 Veteran Employment Grant Fund and Program; created. incorporated
SB1322 State Board for Community Colleges; policy for the award of academic credit for military training. incorporated
SB1323 Study; Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative; report. stricken
SB1324 Judges; mandatory retirement. incorporated
SB1325 Nicotine Vapor products; prohibits purchase, etc., by minors, packaging, civil penalty. passed
SB1326 Academic transcripts; documentation of dismissal. incorporated
SB1327 Higher education; in-state tuition. dead
SB1328 Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; created. stricken
SB1329 Higher educational institutions; memorandum of understanding and policies for sexual assaults. dead
SB1330 Rights of the Disabled, Board for, & Board for the Rights of Virginians with Disabilities; repeals. passed
SB1331 Natural Gas Conservation and Ratemaking Efficiency Act; cost-effective programs. passed
SB1332 Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission. dead
SB1333 Virginia Public Procurement Act; small, women-owned, and minority-owned businesses. passed
SB1334 Electric utilities; cost recovery. signed by governor
SB1335 State Board for Community Colleges; policy for the award of academic credit for military training. passed
SB1336 Sales and use tax; exemption includes gold, silver, & platinum whose sales price exceeds $1,000. passed
SB1337 Voter registration; voter list maintenance. dead
SB1338 Natural gas companies; right of entry upon property. dead
SB1339 School board clerks; electronic maintenance of records. passed
SB1340 School board clerks; electronic maintenance of records. incorporated
SB1341 Eastern Virginia Groundwater Management Advisory Committee; established, report. passed
SB1342 Residential Improved Accessibility and Universal Visitability Grant Fund and Program; established. dead
SB1343 Joint Rules Committee of General Assembly; employment of legal counsel. dead
SB1344 Interpreters; appointed for non-English-speaking defendant. dead
SB1345 State and Local Government Conflict of Interests Act & General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act. dead
SB1346 Virginia Public Building Authority; Military Mission Improvement and Expansion projects. incorporated
SB1347 Uniformed services-connected students; identification. incorporated
SB1348 Motorcycles, off-road, and all-terrain vehicles; fees collected by DMV to be deposited in a fund. dead
SB1349 Electric utility regulation; suspension of regulatory reviews of utility earnings. signed by governor
SB1350 Voter registration; cancellation of registration by notifying Dept. of Elections to remove his name. passed
SB1351 Polling place; authorized representative of political party, permitted handheld wireless devices. passed
SB1352 General Assembly; consideration of the conference committee report on the biennial budget. dead
SB1353 Virginia Highway Corporation Act of 1988; toll rate increases by State Corporation Commission. dead
SB1354 Uniformed services-connected students; identification. passed house
SB1355 Local planning commission; action on proposed plat. passed
SB1356 Veteran Employment Grant Fund and Program; created. incorporated
SB1357 Servicemembers Civil Relief Act; duty of counsel to exercise due diligence. dead
SB1358 Virginia Port Authority police powers. passed
SB1359 Virginia Port Authority; additional exemptions from the Public Procurement Act. passed
SB1360 Commonwealth's Attorneys Training Fund. passed
SB1361 Incarcerated persons; transfer to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. passed
SB1362 'Sweet Virginia Breeze' and 'Our Great Virginia'; designating as the official state songs. passed
SB1363 Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; created. dead
SB1364 Income tax, corporate; apportionment of income for manufacturers, exemptions. dead
SB1365 Carbon dioxide emissions; DEQ to develop state plan to regulate emissions. passed house
SB1366 Coal mine safety; mine rescue teams. passed
SB1367 Trails; allocation of federal funds for establishment and maintenance. stricken
SB1368 Limited liability companies; liability. passed
SB1369 Virginia Science Technology Engineering and Applied Mathematics (STEAM) Academy, Inc.; established. dead
SB1370 Richmond City Public Schools Learning Excellence by Aligning Public Schools Commission. stricken
SB1371 Virginia Public Procurement Act (VPPA); methods of procurement. passed house
SB1372 Workforce Development, Virginia Board of; changes to Board requirements, annual report. passed
SB1373 Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumption for correctional officers. dead
SB1374 Sex offender registry; failure of defendant to register. dead
SB1375 School boards; elections; City of Norfolk. stricken
SB1376 State park master plans; update schedule. passed
SB1377 State-owned communication towers; charges for use. passed
SB1378 Virginia Public Procurement Act; cooperative procurement, certain councils of governments. passed
SB1379 Higher educational institutions; sexual misconduct policies. incorporated
SB1380 Schedule I drugs. passed
SB1381 Private animal shelter; clarifies purpose and definition. passed
SB1382 Motor vehicles involved in an accident; removal and disposition. dead
SB1383 Home instruction; disclosure of personal information to Department of Education or other person. passed house
SB1384 Certain industrial uses; transmission lines. stricken
SB1385 Innovation and Entrepreneurship Investment Authority; powers, report. passed
SB1386 Teacher licensure; professional development. dead
SB1387 Contract carrier's transportation of railroad employees; civil penalty. dead
SB1388 Railroad trains; trespassing, raises penalty. dead
SB1389 Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; eligibility for benefits. stricken
SB1390 Virginia Condominium Act; meetings of the unit owners' association, failure to obtain a quorum. passed
SB1391 Correctional Officer Procedural Guarantee Act. dead
SB1392 Planning district commissions; representation of regional partners. stricken
SB1393 Pharmacists; compounding of drugs for use in executions. dead
SB1394 Prescription drugs; specialty tier coverage. dead
SB1395 Electric utilities; net energy metering programs. passed
SB1396 Danville and Martinsville, Cities of; authority related to disposition of certain utilities, report. dead
SB1397 Elections; run-off elections. incorporated
SB1398 Counseling, Board of; criminal history records check for applicants for licensure. stricken
SB1399 Political candidates; repeals personal income tax credit for contributions. dead
SB1400 Campaign finance; campaign contribution limits, civil penalty. dead
SB1401 Tourism project of regional significance; entitlement to tax revenues. passed
SB1402 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; open meeting exemption for gang-related activities. dead
SB1403 Home instruction; evidence of progress requirement for students. passed
SB1404 ABLE savings trust accounts; established, administered by the Virginia College Savings Plan. passed
SB1405 Health services plans; effects of actions of other states. passed
SB1406 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. dead
SB1407 Paid sick leave for employees; civil penalties. dead
SB1408 Emergency services; routine review, report. dead
SB1409 Community services boards; DBHDS to enter into agreements with certain health care providers. dead
SB1410 Crisis intervention specialists; community services boards and behavioral health authorities. dead
SB1411 Court costs; agreement with DMV authorizing collection of payment. passed
SB1412 Alcoholic beverage control; prohibited trade practices. passed
SB1413 Fees for testing and monitoring of land application of industrial wastes. passed
SB1414 Cigarette tax, local; Montgomery and Pulaski Counties authorized to impose. dead
SB1415 Certificate of public need; definition of project. incorporated
SB1416 Railroads; trespassing on property, signage required, penalties. in committee
SB1417 Counselors; client notification. passed
SB1418 Candidate petitions; collection of signatures by electronic means. dead
SB1419 Virginia crab meat; Class 3 misdemeanor for improper labeling. dead
SB1420 VPPA; information technology procurement, terms and conditions, limitation on contractor liability. dead
SB1421 TANF; Back-to-School Supplies and Clothing Allowance Program. dead
SB1422 Correctional facilities, local; state appropriations for operating costs. stricken
SB1423 Foster care; placement of children, local board shall conduct a search of Putative Father Registry. passed
SB1424 Conflicts of Interests Act, State & Local Government, & General Assembly, etc.; ethics reforms. passed house
SB1425 General Assembly; reports accompanying general appropriation bills. dead
SB1426 Standards of Learning; reduces total number and type of required assessments. stricken
SB1427 Right to breastfeed in public places. passed
SB1428 Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative; Commonwealth Resilience Fund established. dead
SB1429 Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk, penalties. dead
SB1430 Salvage license; salvage advertising and display. passed
SB1431 Commonwealth Space Flight Fund; allocations, 2021-2022 fiscal year sunset. dead
SB1432 Income tax, corporate; commercial spaceflight entities. incorporated
SB1433 Protective orders; assault and battery; penalty. dead
SB1434 Dead bodies; disposition, identification of decedent. passed
SB1435 Eminent domain; lost profits and just compensation. passed house
SB1436 Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission; reduces number of membership. stricken
SB1437 Underground electrical line; pilot program. stricken
SB1438 State and local government employees; prohibited use of state funds. dead
SB1439 Vessel operation; law-enforcement officers prohibited from stopping, etc., without probable cause. dead
SB1440 Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission; financial viability & feasibility. passed house
SB1441 Transfer of firearms at gun shows; voluntary background check; penalties. dead
SB1442 Clean Power State Implementation Plan; DEQ prohibited from expending funds, etc., federal ruling. stricken
SB1443 Comprehensive plan; strategies to combat projected sea-level rise. passed
SB1444 Driver's license; forfeiture if marijuana possession. dead
SB1445 Appraisal management companies; appraiser compensation. passed
SB1446 Training centers; discharge plans. dead
SB1447 Income tax, corporate; subtraction for certain qualifying facility or business operations. dead
SB1448 Community development authorities; tax levied or assessment imposed by locality. passed
SB1449 Governor's Powering Economic Growth Program; created. dead
SB1450 Privacy Expectation Afterlife and Choices Act; created, undue burden restriction, etc. passed house
SB1451 Tolls; imposition and collection for use on Interstate Route 95 south of City of Fredericksburg. passed
SB1452 Creation of the Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act. dead
SB1453 Spirits in closed containers; commission on all sales. dead
SB1454 Driving recklessly with a suspended or revoked license; causing death of another person, penalty. dead
SB1455 Commonwealth of Virginia Veterans Bond Act of 2015; created. dead
SB1456 Virginia Community Policing Act; created, report. dead
SB1457 Health insurance; mandated coverage for autism spectrum disorder. stricken
SB1458 Cable franchises; service available to areas where density is not less 20 residential units. stricken
SB1459 Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission; members to allow public comment before vote. dead
SB1460 Financial exploitation of adults; report to State Police when loss is greater then $100,000. dead
SB1461 Waterfowl blinds, new; expiration and renewal of licenses in Virginia Beach, late fee, etc. passed
SB1462 Va. Offshore Wind Development Authority; converted to Va. Offshore Energy Development Authority. stricken
SB1463 Voter registration; electronic signatures. stricken
SB1464 Menhaden fishery; management. passed house
SB1465 U.S. savings bonds; establishes a procedure for the escheat of unclaimed bonds. passed committee
SB1466 Electric Utility Regulation, Commission on; extends sunset provision. passed house
SJ1 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). dead
SJ4 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office. dead
SJ5 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). dead
SJ7 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office. dead
SJ23 Interstate Route 73; joint subcommittee to study proposed construction. dead
SJ25 Pay It Forward, Pay It Back; SCHEV to study feasibility of implementing. dead
SJ30 Standards of Learning; joint committees to study options for changing number, etc., of assessments. dead
SJ33 Corrections, Department of; JLARC to study staffing levels and employment conditions. dead
SJ36 Law-enforcement agencies, state; JLARC to study consolidation of all under Virginia State Police. dead
SJ37 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission (first reference). dead
SJ55 Corrections, Department of; JLARC to study staffing levels and employment conditions. dead
SJ56 Virginia Preschool Initiative; JLARC to study and identify policy and funding options to expand. dead
SJ65 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds. dead
SJ66 Constitutional amendment; grants Board of Education authority to establish charter schools. dead
SJ72 Transportation; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study equity of funding. dead
SJ74 Constitutional amendment; nomination of candidates for elective office (first reference). dead
SJ80 Brain injury services; JLARC to study progress made by the Commonwealth in expanding access. dead
SJ81 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for spouses of soldiers killed in action. dead
SJ84 Physicians, nineteenth-century; recognizing training in Richmond. dead
SJ86 Advanced Composites Initiative; encouraging development at historic Langley Research Center. dead
SJ87 Appalachian Cherokee Nation, Incorporated; General Assembly to extend state recognition. dead
SJ213 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); marriage. incorporated
SJ214 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); marriage. dead
SJ215 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Governor's term of office. incorporated
SJ216 United States Constitution; Equal Rights Amendment. dead
SJ217 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds. passed committee
SJ218 Teachers; Department of Education to study implementing program to track turnover. passed house
SJ219 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds. incorporated
SJ220 Appalachian Cherokee Nation Tribe; General Assembly to extend state recognition. dead
SJ221 Commending Cliffview Church of God. passed house
SJ222 Commending Jacqueline L. Shuck. passed house
SJ223 Commending Sandra Levin. passed house
SJ224 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission, redistricting criteria and process. incorporated
SJ225 Celebrating the life of Major Michael Donahue, USA. passed house
SJ226 Commemorating the 240th anniversary of George Mason's Virginia Declaration of Rights in 2016. passed house
SJ227 Public lands; memorializing Congress of the United States to transfer title to western states. dead
SJ228 Higher education; endorsement of SCHEV's statewide strategic plan, report. passed house
SJ229 Commending Willie and Sue Simpson. passed house
SJ230 Commending Shirley Fowlkes. passed house
SJ231 Commending Jimmy and Sondra Garnett. passed house
SJ232 Celebrating the life of Jean R. Packard. passed house
SJ233 Constitutional amendment; congressional and state legislative districts. passed committee
SJ234 Dulles Greenway; JLARC to study feasibility of purchasing. dead
SJ235 Virginia Housing Trust Fund; revenue sources, report. passed house
SJ236 Auxiliary grant program; Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services to study. dead
SJ237 Virginia Homeless Solutions Program; DHCD to study $500 asset cap. dead
SJ238 Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, restoration of civil rights. dead
SJ239 Early childhood practitioner professional development; Department of Education, et al., to study. stricken
SJ240 Oral health care; Joint Commission on Health Care to study older Virginians' access to care. dead
SJ241 Study; JLARC; early childhood development programs; report. dead
SJ242 High-growth companies; VEDP Authority and DHCD to study program supporting. passed house
SJ243 Veterans Services, Department of; JLARC to review. passed house
SJ244 Study; long-term impact of biosolids and industrial waste; report. incorporated
SJ245 Sexual Assault Awareness Month. passed house
SJ246 Commending John D. Bassett III. passed house
SJ247 Commending the Patrick County Sheriff's Office. passed house
SJ248 Commending LEAD VIRGINIA. passed house
SJ249 Celebrating the life of Dennis Owen Burnett. passed house
SJ250 Celebrating the life of Dee E. Floyd. passed house
SJ251 Celebrating the life of Roy Thomas Stephenson. passed house
SJ252 United States Congress; application to call a convention to amend the U.S. Constitution. dead
SJ253 Commending John Otho Marsh, III, M.D. passed house
SJ254 Clean Water Act; opposition. dead
SJ255 Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds. incorporated
SJ256 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); charter schools. passed house
SJ257 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ258 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ259 Confirming Governor's interim appointments of certain persons. passed house
SJ260 Confirming Governor's interim appointments of certain persons. passed house
SJ261 Confirming Governor's appointments of certain persons. passed house
SJ262 Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization; signage. stricken
SJ263 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Governor's term of office. dead
SJ264 Constitutional amendment; right to acquire farm-produced food. stricken
SJ265 Commending Ashland D. Fortune. passed house
SJ266 Commending the Glenvar High School football team. passed house
SJ267 Celebrating the life of Joe Hampton France. passed house
SJ268 Medicaid-funded long-term care; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. passed house
SJ269 U.S. Constitution; application for a convention of the states. passed committee
SJ270 Celebrating the life of Talmadge Theodore Williams. passed house
SJ271 Biosolids and industrial residuals; SNR, et al., to review & evaluate impact on human health, etc. dead
SJ272 Virginia's water resource planning and management; JLARC to study. passed house
SJ273 Clean Power Plan; DEQ to compare projected health benefits with those of existing regulations. passed house
SJ274 Virginia's manufacturing sector; JLARC to update 2006 study. passed house
SJ275 Celebrating the life of Wendell Scott, Sr. passed house
SJ276 Driver's license; federal requirement suspension upon conviction of a drug offense. dead
SJ277 Study; SCHEV; Pay It Forward, Pay It Back; report. dead
SJ278 Constitutional amendment; right to a secret ballot. passed committee
SJ279 Tannerite; joint subcommittee to study danger of use of these explosives. dead
SJ280 Law-enforcement agencies; JLARC to study consolidation of certain state agencies. dead
SJ281 Urban schools; joint subcommittee to study unique and specific challenges facing school divisions. dead
SJ282 Sex Offender Registry; Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security to study effectiveness. dead
SJ283 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); marriage. incorporated
SJ284 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established. dead
SJ285 Family and medical leave; feasibility of expanding in the state to complement federal requirements. dead
SJ286 Commemorating the life and legacy of Benjamin Franklin Butler. dead
SJ287 Study; JLARC; early childhood development programs; report. incorporated
SJ288 Study; Department of Education; effect of local use value assessment of certain real estate. dead
SJ289 Celebrating the life of Julian H. Council. passed house
SJ290 Governor's School for Innovation and Entrepreneurship; establishes in Hampton Roads. dead
SJ291 Flood resilience; DEQ to study potential for funding source to localities in coastal Virginia. passed committee
SJ292 Wolf Creek Cherokee Tribe of Virginia; General Assembly of Virginia to extend state recognition. dead
SJ293 Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, restoration of civil rights. dead
SJ294 Carbon dioxide emissions; regulation of existing power plants, withdrawal of federal guidelines. dead
SJ295 Commending Comfort Zone Camp. passed house
SJ296 Senate Committee on Rules; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ297 Celebrating the life of the Honorable R. Terrence Ney. passed house
SJ298 Constitutional amendment; apportionment, partisan balance. dead
SJ299 Virginia Housing Commission; affordable housing for people reentering society. dead
SJ300 Municipal electric utility; Commission on Electric Utility Regulation to study regulations of rates. dead
SJ301 Commending Morgan Lumber Company, Inc. passed house
SJ302 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); general warrants of search or seizure prohibited. dead
SJ303 Confirming Governor's appointments of certain persons. passed house
SJ304 Commending Faye O. Prichard. passed house
SJ305 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); powers of General Assembly; limitations. passed committee
SJ306 Commending Virginia Organizing. passed house
SJ307 Commending Robert P. Schultze. passed house
SJ308 Joint Rules Committee; to employ counsel to challenge federal rules carbon emission guidelines. dead
SJ309 Celebrating the life of Stephen Boddie Wiggins. passed house
SJ310 Commending The Steward School baseball team. passed house
SJ311 Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award. passed house
SJ312 Commending the Nelson County Future Farmers of America Farm Business Management team. passed house
SJ313 Commending the Nelson County Middle School Future Farmers of America Agronomy team. passed house
SJ314 Commending Thomas M. Little. passed house
SJ315 Commending the Honorable Gwendolyn Jones Jackson. passed house
SJ316 Commending Jackson C. Tuttle II. passed house
SJ317 NASA's Wallops Flight Facility; environmental impact statement. dead
SJ318 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant J. Wesley Van Dorn. passed house
SJ319 Commending the Virginia Cardinals baseball team. passed house
SJ320 Celebrating the life of John Edward McDonald. passed house
SJ321 Commending the Trinity Episcopal School football team. passed house
SJ322 Commending Paul D. Camp Community College. passed house
SJ323 Commending Dominion Resources, Inc. passed house
SJ324 Celebrating the life of James Orie McReynolds. passed house
SJ325 Commending Mecklenburg County. passed house
SJ326 Celebrating the life of Horton Penrose Beirne. passed house
SJ327 Celebrating the life of the Honorable James Brady Murray. passed house
SJ328 Commending the Rock Ridge High School marching band. passed house
SJ329 Commending the Herndon Woman's Club. passed house
SJ330 Celebrating the life of Scott Henry Gustavson. passed house
SJ331 Celebrating the life of Brock Anthony Michael Funk. passed house
SJ332 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ333 Commending Kingsley Edwin Haynes. passed house
SJ334 Commending the Loudoun County High School volleyball team. passed house
SJ335 Celebrating the life of Marvin Bennett Milam. passed house
SJ336 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Donald W. Devine. passed house
SJ337 Commending Robert G.Templin. passed house
SJ338 Commending William D. Fagan. passed house
SJ339 Commending John Henry Middleton, Jr. passed house
SJ340 Celebrating the life of E. Cabell Brand. passed house
SJ341 Celebrating the life of the Honorable George W. Harris, Jr. passed house
SJ342 Commending Leidos. passed house
SJ343 Commending Francis C. Steinbauer. passed house
SJ344 Commending Casey Veatch. passed house
SJ345 Commending Eric Betzig, Ph.D. passed house
SJ346 Virginia Hospital Week; designating as May 10 through May 16, 2015. passed house
SJ347 Commending Sheldon M. Retchin, M.D. passed house
SJ348 Celebrating the life of Samuel Bryan Chandler. passed house
SJ349 Commending Courtney Paige Garrett. passed house
SJ350 Commending Steve Farmer. passed house
SJ351 Celebrating the life of John Edward Hughes. passed house
SJ352 Celebrating the life of Gertrude Weber. passed house
SJ353 Commending Cabell F. Willis. passed house
SJ354 Commending the Archeological Society of Virginia. passed house
SJ355 Celebrating the life of William Mackensen Dressler, Sr. passed house
SJ356 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ357 Commending Culpepper Garden. passed house
SJ358 Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month; designating as March 2016, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed house
SJ359 Celebrating the life of Patricia Carolyn McWaters. passed house
SJ360 Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; reconfirming appointment of Director. passed house
SJ361 Celebrating the life of Charles L. Moseley. passed house
SJ362 Commending Elaine K. Echols. passed house
SJ363 Celebrating the life of Robert T. Marshall. passed house
SJ364 Commending Ted Edlich. passed house
SJ365 Commending Mary Hughes Hynes. passed house
SJ366 Commending Walter Tejada. passed house
SJ367 Commending Abby Raphael. passed house
SJ368 Commending the Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. passed house
SJ369 Commending Julie Pastor. passed house
SJ370 Commending Farrar W. Howard, Jr. passed house
SJ371 Commending Laura Puleo. passed house
SJ372 Commending John J. Accordino, Ph.D. passed house
SJ373 Commending Apheresis Associates of Northern Virginia. dead
SJ374 Commending the Honorable George William Whitehurst. passed house
SJ375 Commending the Arlington Street People's Assistance Network, Inc. passed house
SJ376 Commending Swanson Middle School. passed house
SJ377 Commending David Stuart Buchanan, Sr. passed house
SJ378 Celebrating the life of Claudia Emerson. passed house
SJ379 Commending Jerry M. Jenkins. passed house
SJ380 Commending Nancy Pool. passed house
SJ381 Celebrating the life of Henry D. Parker, Jr. passed house
SJ382 Celebrating the life of Ralph E. Williams. passed house
SR38 Senate Committee to study safety of Route 13 in Northampton and Accomack Counties. dead
SR54 Celebrating the life of Harvey Nathaniel Johnson, Jr. passed senate
SR55 Commending the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. passed senate
SR56 Celebrating the life of Thelma Day Johnson. passed senate
SR57 Commending Haysi High School football team. passed senate
SR58 Commending Honaker High School football team. passed senate
SR59 Commending Castlewood High School. passed senate
SR60 Commending John I. Burton High School. passed senate
SR61 Commending Eastside High School. passed senate
SR62 Corrections, Department of; staffing levels and employment conditions. passed senate
SR63 Commending the Virginia State University football team. passed senate
SR64 Commending Freddie W. Nicholas, Sr. passed senate
SR65 Senate of Virginia; 2015 operating resolution. passed senate
SR66 Commending the 2015 inductees into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame. passed senate
SR67 Commending Jill Branham. passed senate
SR68 Commending the Richlands High School football team. passed senate
SR69 Celebrating the life of George Crocker, Sr. passed senate
SR70 Rules of the Senate; established. passed senate
SR71 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed senate
SR72 Nominating persons to be elected to the Court of Appeals of Virginia. passed senate
SR73 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed senate
SR74 Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships. passed senate
SR75 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed senate
SR76 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nominations for election of members. passed senate
SR77 Commending Riverside Hospital. passed senate
SR78 Celebrating the life of Carl Michael Ross. passed senate
SR79 Commending Palmer Stillman. passed senate
SR80 Commending the Dochiki Civic and Social Club, Inc. passed senate
SR81 Commending the Reverend Dr. Devlaming A. Peace, Sr. passed senate
SR82 Celebrating the life of R. David O'Dell, Jr. passed senate
SR83 Celebrating the life of Robert Barns Brittain. passed senate
SR84 Celebrating the life of Curtis Howard Hazel. passed senate
SR85 Commending Celestial Baptist Church. passed senate
SR86 Commending the Reverend Jerome Hancock. passed senate
SR87 Commending the Mathews High School girls' volleyball team. passed senate
SR88 Commending Mount Pleasant Baptist Church. passed senate
SR89 Commending the National Association of Social Workers Virginia Chapter. passed senate
SR90 Commending the James C. Archbell III Foundation. passed senate
SR91 Celebrating the life of Dr. William Cleveland Bosher, Jr. passed senate
SR92 Celebrating the life of Charles L. Moseley. dead
SR93 Commending the Hanover Concert Band. passed senate
SR94 Commending the George Mason University Green Machine. passed senate
SR95 Commending John McE. Garrett. passed senate
SR96 Celebrating the life of Dorothy Seal Tolbert. passed senate
SR97 Commending the James Monroe High School football team. passed senate
SR98 Celebrating the life of Elaine Trimble Patterson. passed senate
SR99 Celebrating the life of Bonnie Estelle McEachin. passed senate
SR100 Confirming appointments to the Senate Ethics Advisory Panel. passed senate
SR101 Commending Child Development Resources, Inc. passed senate
SR102 Celebrating the life of Samuel T. Jacob, Jr. passed senate
SR103 Commending G. E. Via III. passed senate
SR104 Commending Doug Bryant. passed senate
SR105 Commending Frank Duke. passed senate
SR106 Celebrating the life of Ellett Richard McGeorge, Jr. passed senate
SR107 Commending Abby Major. passed senate
SR108 Commemorating the 200th anniversary of the creation of the Court of Scott County. passed senate
SR109 Commending Rachel Davis Fowlkes, Ed.D. passed senate
SR110 Celebrating the life of Reuben V. Burrell. passed senate
SR111 Commending first responders to the Cherrystone Campgrounds tornado. passed senate
SR112 Celebrating the life of Willie Fobbs, Sr. passed senate
SR113 Commending Albert Jack Stodghill. passed senate
SR114 Celebrating the life of William Francis Swain. passed senate
SR115 Commending Ida Annette Minor Ward. passed senate
SR116 Celebrating the life of Charles B. Walker. passed senate
SR117 Commending Elton J. Wade, Sr. passed senate
SR118 Commending Roger L. Harris. passed senate
SR119 Celebrating the life of Haskell S. Bingham, Ph. D. passed senate
SR120 Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships. passed senate
SR121 Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships. passed senate
SR122 Nominating persons to be elected to juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeships. passed senate
SR123 Commending Cary Jarvis. passed senate
SR124 Celebrating the life of Roger L. Sullivan. passed senate
SR125 Commending Be The Match. passed senate
SR126 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Joseph Benedict Benedetti. passed senate
SR127 Commending Michael R. Frey. passed senate
SR128 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel John Albert Bornmann, Jr., USA (Ret.). passed senate
SR129 Commending the Washington County Victim/Witness Assistance Program. passed senate
SR130 Commending Ona Estelle Shrader Smith. passed senate
SR131 Commending Malcolm B.'Mac' Wiseman. passed senate
SR132 Celebrating the life of Jerome Kersey. passed senate
SR133 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Dudley J. Emick, Jr. passed senate
SR134 Celebrating the life of Lucy Bralley Del Cardayre. passed senate