2020 Bills

3,911 bills found.

# Title Status
HB1 Absentee voting; no excuse required. signed by governor
HB2 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty. signed by governor
HB3 Va. Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices, sexual orientation and gender, etc. incorporated
HB4 Lottery Board; regulation and control of casino gaming, definitions. enacted
HB5 Clinch River; designating segment in Tazewell County as part of the Clinch State Scenic River. signed by governor
HB6 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. signed by governor
HB7 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. dead
HB8 Disorderly conduct in public places; school activities. incorporated
HB9 Firearms; reporting those lost or stolen, civil penalty. signed by governor
HB10 Student loans; licensing of qualified education loan servicers, civil penalties, report. enacted
HB11 Human Rights, Division of; duties. dead
HB12 Education, Department of; discrimination against students, investigation & resolution of complaints. dead
HB13 Condominium association funds; fiduciary management, permissible investments. dead
HB14 Constitutional amendment; reapportionment, technical adjustments permitted (voter referendum). dead
HB15 Public school buses; seat belts. dead
HB16 Safety belt system; all occupants of motor vehicles to utilize. dead
HB17 Driver's license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. incorporated
HB18 Absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person voting, applicability date. dead
HB19 Voter identification; signed statement in lieu of required form of identification, penalty. signed by governor
HB20 Va. Alternative Energy & Coastal Protection Act; DEQ to implement final carbon trading regulation. incorporated
HB21 Virginia Human Rights Act; prohibited discrimination, sexual orientation and gender identity. incorporated
HB22 Virginia Community Flood Preparedness Fund; loan and grant program. enacted
HB23 Public employment and housing; prohibited discrimination, sexual orientation or gender identity. incorporated
HB24 Hurricane and Flooding Risk Reduction and Bond Rating Protection Act of 2020; established, report. dead
HB25 Absentee voting; no excuse required. incorporated
HB26 Voter registration; close of registration records. dead
HB27 Cruelty to animals; serious bodily injury, first offense, penalty. dead
HB28 Pawnbrokers; removes provision that currently allows only natural persons to be licensed. dead
HB29 Budget Bill. signed by governor
HB30 Budget Bill. passed
HB31 Charges and convictions, certain; expungement. dead
HB32 Police and court records; expungement of records for misdemeanor and nonviolent felony convictions. dead
HB33 Parole; exception to limitation on the application of parole statutes. enacted
HB34 Refusal of tests; restricted license. signed by governor
HB35 Juvenile offenders; eligibility for parole. signed by governor
HB36 Student journalists; freedom of speech and the press, definitions. signed by governor
HB37 Alcoholic beverage control; stills or distilling apparatuses, permit requirement. signed by governor
HB38 Tanning facilities; prohibits use by persons under age 18. signed by governor
HB39 Health benefit plans; enrollment by pregnant individuals. dead
HB40 Public schools; mental health break spaces, regulations. dead
HB41 Adverse childhood experiences; Board of Medicine to adopt regulations for screening. in committee
HB42 Prenatal and postnatal depression, etc.; importance of screening patients. signed by governor
HB43 Provisional voting; persons voting in split precincts. signed by governor
HB44 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. incorporated
HB45 Workers' compensation; retaliatory discharge of employee. dead
HB46 Workers' compensation; employer to notify employee of intent. signed by governor
HB47 Workers' compensation; foreign injuries. dead
HB48 Income tax, state; rolling conformity with the federal Internal Revenue Code. incorporated
HB49 Students with disabilities, certain; feasibility of educational placement transition. dead
HB50 Police and court records; expungement of records if granted a simple pardon for the crime. dead
HB51 Line of Duty Act; eligible dependents. signed by governor
HB52 Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumption, emergency medical technicians. dead
HB53 Taxes on income, wills, and administrations; exemption for victims of the Virginia Beach shooting. incorporated
HB54 Income tax, state; age deduction, increases income threshold for married filers. dead
HB55 Worker cooperatives; established as a category of cooperative associations. signed by governor
HB56 Minimum wage; tipped employees, classification. signed by governor
HB57 Elections; date of June primary election. dead
HB58 Health insurance; payment to out-of-network providers, emergency services. incorporated
HB59 Health carriers; licensed athletic trainers. dead
HB60 Judges, substitute; powers and duties, entry of a final order. signed by governor
HB61 Adults sentenced for juvenile offenses; good conduct credit. signed by governor
HB62 Transient occupancy tax; removes 7/1/21, sunset date from Arlington County's authority to impose. signed by governor
HB63 Court of Appeals; use of moot courtroom of accredited law schools. signed by governor
HB64 Child's school activities; employers to allow parental leave for activities. dead
HB65 Virginia Missing Child with Autism Alert Program; established. signed by governor
HB66 Health insurance; cost-sharing payments for prescription insulin drugs. signed by governor
HB67 Strikes by certain government employees; limits to law-enforcement officers. dead
HB68 Digital devices; deactivation or alteration of embedded software. dead
HB69 Credit unions; authorizes localities and political subdivisions to hold public deposits. dead
HB70 Broadband services; prohibited features. dead
HB71 Campaign finance; audits of campaign finance reports for certain campaign committees. dead
HB72 Children; allowing access to firearms by children, recklessly leaving loaded, unsecured firearm. incorporated
HB73 Virginia Housing Development Authority; power to make loans, etc. dead
HB74 Public schools; mental health awareness training required. signed by governor
HB75 Electric utilities; electric school bus pilot program. passed senate
HB76 Statute of limitations on written contract; missing persons declared dead, executor of estate. dead
HB77 Green New Deal Act; fossil fuel projects moratorium, clean energy mandates, civil penalties. dead
HB78 Firearms; purchase, possession, and transporting following certain convictions. dead
HB79 Menhaden; VMRC to adopt regulations for managing the Commonwealth's fishery. incorporated
HB80 Income tax, state; deduction for veterans with a 100 percent service-connected disability. dead
HB81 Motor Vehicles, Department of; examination of driver fitness. dead
HB82 Child and spousal support; net income, imputation of income. dead
HB83 Police animals; killing or injuring, penalty. dead
HB84 Virginia Public Procurement Act; proposals to public higher educational institutions, disclosure. dead
HB85 Death penalty; abolishes penalty, including those persons currently under a death sentence. dead
HB86 Standards of Quality; local match for basic aid, debt service on projects in school divisions. dead
HB87 Marijuana; legalization of simple possession, penalties. dead
HB88 Campaign finance; filing schedule for persons with multiple campaign committees. signed by governor
HB89 Income tax, state; increases the standard deduction from Virginia taxable income. dead
HB90 Window tinting; vehicles used in the course of business by private investigators and bail bondsmen. dead
HB91 Police and court records; person convicted of certain offenses, expungement of records. dead
HB92 Virginia State Justice Commission; purpose, membership. dead
HB93 Flavored tobacco products; sale or distribution prohibited, civil penalty. dead
HB94 Adoption; proper notice of proceeding to legal custodian. signed by governor
HB95 Court of Appeals; jurisdiction, contempt of court. dead
HB96 Power of attorney; witness or notary public. dead
HB97 Newborn screening; screening for Krabbe disease. signed by governor
HB98 'Virginia, the Home of My Heart' by Susan Greenbaum; designating as the official state folk song. dead
HB99 Va. Fair Housing Law; status as a victim of family abuse, etc. signed by governor
HB100 Voir dire examination of persons called as jurors; criminal case. signed by governor
HB101 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount. dead
HB102 Police & court records; expungement of certain charges and convictions. dead
HB103 Higher educational institutions, certain; transcript notations, expungement. signed by governor
HB104 Higher educational institutions, public; non-academic student codes of conduct. signed by governor
HB105 Congressional and state legislative districts; written descriptions of boundaries not required. signed by governor
HB106 Numbering on buildings; civil penalty. signed by governor
HB107 Human Resource Management, Department of; health insurance for local school board employees. dead
HB108 Legal holidays; Election Day, removes Lee-Jackson Day as state holiday. signed by governor
HB109 Public elementary and secondary school students; suspension and expulsion, sufficient cause. dead
HB110 Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative; trading allowance reserve account, etc. dead
HB111 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. dead
HB112 High school graduation; standard diploma requirements, etc. incorporated
HB113 Protected information; newspersons engaged in journalism, definitions. signed by governor
HB114 Prevailing wage; public works contracts, penalty. incorporated
HB115 Health care providers, certain; programs to address career fatigue and wellness, civil immunity. enacted
HB116 Stormwater Mgmt. Fund; grants from local Fund may be used for an authorized local credit option. dead
HB117 Virginia Geographic Information Network Advisory Board; increases membership. signed by governor
HB118 Trespass with an unmanned aircraft system; local or state correctional facilities, penalty. dead
HB119 Milk; definition, misbranding product, prohibition. vetoed by governor
HB120 Virginia Beach Sports or Entertainment Project; extends expiration date of tax incentive, etc. signed by governor
HB121 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. incorporated
HB122 Project labor agreements; public procurement. incorporated
HB123 Nonpayment of wages; cause of action, penalties. signed by governor
HB124 Virginia Minority Business Commission; established, report, sunset provision. dead
HB125 Income tax, state; subtraction for low-income military veterans with a service-connected disability. incorporated
HB126 Aquaculture oyster floats; tax credit for purchase of floats. dead
HB127 Intentional or negligent infliction of injury or death; bystander claims for emotional distress. dead
HB128 Prostitution; expungement of convictions. dead
HB129 Public service companies; increases max. allowable rates of special reg. taxes that can be imposed. signed by governor
HB130 Motor vehicle safety inspection program; abolishes the state program. dead
HB131 Professional Football Team Franchise Facility Incentives; Interstate Compact on Washington Area. dead
HB132 Profane swearing in public; removes the crime from Code. incorporated
HB133 Virginia Public Procurement Act; professional and information technology project services contracts. dead
HB134 Individualized education program teams; Department of Education to develop guidelines. signed by governor
HB135 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; assignment of right to receive veterans' benefits. signed by governor
HB136 Bail bondsman; deposit for surrender of principal for reasons other than failure to appear. signed by governor
HB137 Guardian ad litem for children; certification of compliance with certain standards. signed by governor
HB138 Bail bondsman; petition for return of deposit for surrender of principal, etc. incorporated
HB139 New media and technology innovation; establishes income tax credit. dead
HB140 Public employment; limitations on inquiries by state agencies and localities regarding arrests. incorporated
HB141 Marriage records; divorce and annulment reports, eliminates requirement for identification of race. incorporated
HB142 Concealed handgun permits; demonstration of competence. dead
HB143 Unemployment compensation; leaving employment to follow military spouse. signed by governor
HB144 Springfield Model 1855 Rifle-Musket; designating as the official firearm of the Commonwealth. dead
HB145 Public elementary and secondary schools; treatment of transgender students, policies. signed by governor
HB146 Sample ballots; color of paper of unofficial sample ballots. signed by governor
HB147 Housing authorities; housing research and studies. dead
HB148 Housing; notice of educational opportunities for homeowners. dead
HB149 Housing & Community Development, Dept of; barriers to use of state & federal housing funds, report. dead
HB150 Derelict residential buildings; civil penalty. signed by governor
HB151 Accessory dwelling units; development and use. dead
HB152 Single-family residential use; middle housing allowed on lots zoned for units. dead
HB153 Right to work; repeals provisions of Code that refers to denial or abridgement. dead
HB154 Reinsurance credits; conforms Virginia's law regarding credits to insurers for reinsurance, etc. signed by governor
HB155 Banks; trust subsidiaries. signed by governor
HB156 Critical National Security Language Grant Fund and Program; created and established. dead
HB157 Drivers of vehicles approaching stationary vehicles displaying certain warning lights; duties, etc. dead
HB158 Income tax, state; deduction for primary and secondary school tuition or home instruction expenses. dead
HB159 Protective orders; prohibited contact, remote control of appliance, etc., by electronic device. dead
HB160 License plates, special; bearing the legend STOP GUN VIOLENCE, revenue-sharing provisions. signed by governor
HB161 Carrying a concealed handgun; permit not required. dead
HB162 Firearm-free zones designated by the Commonwealth or a locality; waiver of sovereign immunity. dead
HB163 Contempt of court; penalty. dead
HB164 Jurors; allowances, unclaimed funds, retention by the court for jury operations or expenses. dead
HB165 Teledentistry; definitions, establishes requirements for practice, digital scans, etc. signed by governor
HB166 Hearing notice by localities; timely notice related to planning or zoning matter to newspaper, etc. signed by governor
HB167 Electric utilities; fuel cost recovery. signed by governor
HB168 Brodnax, Town of; amending charter, reduces number of town councilmen. signed by governor
HB169 Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumptions. signed by governor
HB170 Commercial motor vehicles; use of specific global positioning systems. dead
HB171 Bluefield, Town of; amending charter, relating to town council, mayor, and town powers. signed by governor
HB172 Virginia State Police Electronic Summons System Fund; created. signed by governor
HB173 Waterfowl blinds; blinds in locality where certain hunting prohibited. signed by governor
HB174 Va. Residential Property Disclosure Act; required disclosures for buyer to beware, marine clays. signed by governor
HB175 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; required disclosures, radon gas. signed by governor
HB176 Property Owners' Association Act and Virginia Condominium Act; contract disclosure statement. signed by governor
HB177 Presidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact. dead
HB178 Determination of tie votes; recounts, special elections. incorporated
HB179 Recounts; procedure for certain ballots. signed by governor
HB180 Marriage records; divorce and annulment reports, eliminates requirement for identification of race. signed by governor
HB181 Historical Statues in the United States Capitol, Commission for; removal of Robert E. Lee statue. dead
HB182 General Assembly; streaming and recording of meetings. dead
HB183 Libraries; assessment for costs in civil actions, disbursement for law libraries. dead
HB184 Open-end credit plans; prohibits creditor from extending credit at an annual rate that exceeds 36%. incorporated
HB185 Voter registration by mail; certain first-time voters permitted to vote by absentee ballot. incorporated
HB186 Election day page program; central absentee voter precinct. signed by governor
HB187 Elections; same-day registration, in-person absentee and election day voting. incorporated
HB188 Health care services; payment estimates. dead
HB189 Health insurance; payment to out-of-network providers, emergency services. incorporated
HB190 Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements, additional forms. incorporated
HB191 Absentee voting; counting military and overseas absentee ballots received after close of polls. incorporated
HB192 Firearm purchases; proof of demonstration of competence with a firearm. in committee
HB193 Vehicles used for agricultural and farm purposes; other uses. signed by governor
HB194 Community Colleges, State Board for; degree completion agreements, plan and framework. dead
HB195 Higher Education for Virginia, State Council of; course credit for dual enrollment, strategies. dead
HB196 Employment discrimination; prohibits against electoral board member, etc., for election day service. signed by governor
HB197 Financial literacy objectives; DOE to determine feasibility of incorporating into mathematics SOL. dead
HB198 Recounts; special election to be held in the case of a tie vote, exception. signed by governor
HB199 Presidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact. incorporated
HB200 Mecklenburg County; additional sales and use tax, appropriations to incorporated towns. signed by governor
HB201 Elections; same-day registration. signed by governor
HB202 Officers of election; timing of additional training following change in law or regulation. signed by governor
HB203 Absentee voting; counting military and overseas absentee ballots received after close of polls. dead
HB204 Nonpayment of wages; private cause of action by an employee. dead
HB205 Small renewable energy projects; permit by rule process. dead
HB206 Electric utility regulation; retail customer choice. incorporated
HB207 Absentee voting; no excuse required, permanent absentee voter list. enacted
HB208 Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older. incorporated
HB209 Absentee voting; no excuse required. incorporated
HB210 Historical African American cemeteries; adds a cemetery in Montgomery County and City of Radford. signed by governor
HB211 License plates, special; issuance for persons awarded the United States Air Medal, etc. signed by governor
HB212 Custody and visitation arrangements; use of cannabidiol oil or THC-A oil by foster parent, etc. dead
HB213 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification, out-of-state student identification card. signed by governor
HB214 Candidate petitions; residency of petition circulators, signed statement required for nonresident. signed by governor
HB215 Voter registration; preregistration for persons age 16 or older. dead
HB216 Nomination of candidates for elected offices; primary election or partisan nomination process. dead
HB217 Va. Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices, sexual orientation and gender, etc. incorporated
HB218 Constitutional offices; candidates to be nominated by petition process. dead
HB219 Voter registration; automatic voter registration. dead
HB220 Absentee voting; postage prepaid on return envelope. signed by governor
HB221 Tree conservation ordinance; Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act locality, designated trees. dead
HB222 Human Resource Management, Department of; total compensation statement. dead
HB223 Education, Department of; recommendations for improving civic education. dead
HB224 Carrying a concealed handgun; permit not required. dead
HB225 Forfeiture of property used in connection with the commission of crimes; finding of guilt required. incorporated
HB226 Students who receive home instruction; participation in interscholastic programs. dead
HB227 Abortion; born alive human infant, treatment and care, penalty. dead
HB228 Higher educational institutions; students & student organizations, remedies for certain violations. dead
HB229 Higher educational institutions, public; per student enrollment-based funding, noncredit workforce. dead
HB230 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for employers of National Guard members. incorporated
HB231 Children with disabilities; alternative placements, state funds. dead
HB232 Mail voter registration application forms; distribution to certain public and private institutions. signed by governor
HB233 Teachers; required to be compensated at or above national average. dead
HB234 Offshore Wind, Division of; established, report. signed by governor
HB235 Voter registration; automatic voter registration. signed by governor
HB236 Elections, State Board of; increasing membership and terms, role and eligibility, report. signed by governor
HB237 Electoral boards, local; terms to begin January 1. signed by governor
HB238 Absentee voting; deadline for returning absentee ballot. signed by governor
HB239 Absentee voting; extends deadline for applying for an absentee ballot to cast other than in person. signed by governor
HB240 Absentee voting; annual applications for eligible absentee voters. signed by governor
HB241 Protected voter status; certain evidence not required. signed by governor
HB242 Absentee voting; emergency voting. signed by governor
HB243 Income tax, state; subtraction for veteran retirement compensation. dead
HB244 Inquiry and report of immigration status; persons charged with or convicted of certain crimes. incorporated
HB245 Fornication; repeal. signed by governor
HB246 Law-enforcement agencies, local; body-worn camera systems. signed by governor
HB247 Infliction of injury on pedestrians and wheel chair users; penalties. dead
HB248 Industrial hemp products; signage, green cross emblem. dead
HB249 Hemp products; regulation, labeling. dead
HB250 Juvenile offenders; eligibility for parole. dead
HB251 Prostitution-related crimes; minors, increases penalties. dead
HB252 Causing or encouraging acts rendering children sexually abused; penalty. dead
HB253 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act; offenses requiring registration. signed by governor
HB254 Underage alcoholic possession, etc.; expungement of certain offenses. dead
HB255 Charges and convictions, certain; expungement. dead
HB256 Disorderly conduct; students. enacted
HB257 School principals; incident reports. signed by governor
HB258 Post-conviction relief; previously admitted scientific evidence, report. dead
HB259 Unrestorably incompetent defendant; competency report. signed by governor
HB260 Firearms; transfer, criminal history record check delay. dead
HB261 Drivers' license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. dead
HB262 Immigration status; prohibiting inquiry into status of certain victims or witnesses of crimes. signed by governor
HB263 Grand larceny; threshold. incorporated
HB264 Concealed handgun permits; demonstration of competence, effective date. signed by governor
HB265 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple marijuana possession, civil penalty. incorporated
HB266 Criminal cases and traffic infractions; eliminates accrual of interest on fines and costs. dead
HB267 Police and court records; expungement of records. dead
HB268 Victim of human trafficking; petition for vacatur/expungement of convictions & police/court records. dead
HB269 Marijuana; legalization of simple marijuana possession, penalty. dead
HB270 Public schools; lock-down drills, notice to parents. signed by governor
HB271 Public schools; school resource officers and school security officers, data. signed by governor
HB272 Sixth grade science curriculum; DOE & DEQ to update. dead
HB273 School boards; planning time and planning periods for elementary, middle, and high school teachers. passed senate
HB274 Juveniles; trial as adult. dead
HB275 Judges; increases maximum number in judicial district. passed
HB276 Hate crimes; reporting to State Police. signed by governor
HB277 Court fines and costs; community work in lieu of payment during imprisonment. signed by governor
HB278 Home/electronic incarceration program; payment to defray costs. signed by governor
HB279 Sentencing proceeding by the jury after conviction; recommendation of leniency. dead
HB280 Death penalty; severe mental illness. dead
HB281 Prisoners; medical care. dead
HB282 Maury River; designating a 19.25-mile segment as a component of the Virginia Scenic Rivers System. signed by governor
HB283 Highway construction and maintenance; time limitations. dead
HB284 Removal of dangerous roadside vegetation; local option. signed by governor
HB285 Admission to bail; secure bond. dead
HB286 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount. dead
HB287 Central registry; retention of records. signed by governor
HB288 Criminal sexual assault; definition of sexual abuse, complaining witness under age 13, penalty. dead
HB289 Child abuse; interviews. dead
HB290 Limitations period; previously time-barred actions, sexual abuse, three-year time period to file. dead
HB291 Uniform Collaborative Law Act; created. dead
HB292 School boards and local law-enforcement agencies; memorandums of understanding, frequency of review. signed by governor
HB293 Police and court records; expungement of records. dead
HB294 Police and court records; expungement of records, misdemeanor convictions. dead
HB295 Probation; maximum term. dead
HB296 Towns; transition to cities. dead
HB297 Goats; grazing on stream buffers. dead
HB298 Misdemeanor sexual offenses; increases statute of limitations, where the victim is a minor. signed by governor
HB299 Fluoride varnish; possession and administration by medical assistants, etc. signed by governor
HB300 Higher educational institutions; intercollegiate athletics, student-athletes, compensation. dead
HB301 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple possession, penalty. incorporated
HB302 Litter tax; repeals annual tax. dead
HB303 Clinical psychologists; telepsychology, services to established patients who are out of state. dead
HB304 Guardianship and conservatorship petitions; identifying characteristics of the respondent. dead
HB305 Circuit court clerk's fee; lodging, etc., of wills. signed by governor
HB306 Circuit court clerks; fees collected for recording and indexing. signed by governor
HB307 Income tax, state; subtraction for crime stopper rewards. signed by governor
HB308 Students; DOE to establish guideline for excused absence due to mental and behavioral health. signed by governor
HB309 Transient occupancy tax; taxes on room rentals, etc., in state parks. dead
HB310 Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Commission; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
HB311 Unmanned aerial systems; local regulation. dead
HB312 Naloxone or other opioid antagonist; communication of information by Board of Pharmacy. dead
HB313 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; excludes library records. signed by governor
HB314 Historical African American cemeteries; adds a cemetery in Loudoun County. signed by governor
HB315 Transient occupancy tax; adds Clarke County to the list of counties that may impose. dead
HB316 Refunds of local taxes; authority of treasurer. signed by governor
HB317 County food and beverage tax; maximum rate. dead
HB318 Ammunition for a firearm on school property; Class 1 misdemeanor for possession, penalty. dead
HB319 Redistricting; population data, reallocation of prison populations. dead
HB320 Convictions, certain, and police and court records; petition for reclassification or expungement. dead
HB321 FOIA; electronic meetings, serious medical condition of immediate family member. dead
HB322 Cybersecurity Advisory Council; established, report. dead
HB323 Criminal sexual assault; definition of intimate parts. dead
HB324 Independent Living Community Ombudsman, Office of; established, report. dead
HB325 Minimum wage; local alternative minimum wage. dead
HB326 Employment; wage inquiries, civil penalty. incorporated
HB327 Public employees; collective bargaining. incorporated
HB328 Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program; funding by employee and employer taxes. dead
HB329 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; notice of termination to contain legal services. dead
HB330 Employment; covenants not to compete, definition of low-wage employees, civil penalty. signed by governor
HB331 Incapacitated person; definition, particular diagnosis. dead
HB332 Reading diagnostic tests; DOE to develop and implement a pilot program. dead
HB333 Virginia Minimum Wage Act; exclusions. dead
HB334 Manufactured home parks; sale of park to developer, relocation expenses. signed by governor
HB335 Payroll processing companies; liability. dead
HB336 Nonpayment of wages; investigations. signed by governor
HB337 Nonpayment of wages; discriminatory actions prohibited. signed by governor
HB338 Virginia Minimum Wage Act; removes exemption for persons employed in domestic service, etc. dead
HB339 Virginia Minimum Wage Act; removes certain exemption. dead
HB340 Emergency laws; civil relief, citizens of the Commonwealth furloughed. enacted
HB341 Taxation, Department of; sharing information with the Department of Social Services. signed by governor
HB342 Meals tax and county food and beverage tax; exemption for farmers market and roadside stand sales. signed by governor
HB343 Volunteer or nonprofit organizations, certain; donation by locality of in-kind resources. signed by governor
HB344 Exhaust system; aftermarket exhausts. dead
HB345 Scottsville, Town of; amending charter, staggered elections for town council and other officers. signed by governor
HB346 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; redefines 'small business.' dead
HB347 Commonwealth's medical cannabis program; SHHR to convene work group to review & make recommendation. signed by governor
HB348 Health insurance; authorization of drug prescribed by psychiatrist. dead
HB349 Hemp products; regulation, advertising. dead
HB350 Best interests of the child; frequent and continuing contact with each parent. dead
HB351 School bus drivers; critical shortages. signed by governor
HB352 Virginia Fusion Intelligence Center; school safety mobile application. dead
HB353 Alcoholic beverage control; confectionery license, definition of liquid. dead
HB354 Financial institutions; liability when instructions of attorney-in-fact disregarded. dead
HB355 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty. incorporated
HB356 Child labor; employment of children on tobacco farms, civil penalty. dead
HB357 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. incorporated
HB358 Public works contracts; definitions, authorization of project labor agreements. enacted
HB359 Virginia Public Procurement Act; consideration of best value concepts for construction services. dead
HB360 Elections; voter-nominated open primary elections, ranked choice voting for certain elections. dead
HB361 Family caregiver; tax credit. dead
HB362 Physician assistant; capacity determinations. signed by governor
HB363 Disabled veterans and surviving spouses; state subsidy of property tax exemptions. dead
HB364 Statewide prioritization process; project selection. dead
HB365 Public elementary & secondary school teachers; probationary term of service, performance evaluation. signed by governor
HB366 Public defender offices; Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park and County of Prince William. signed by governor
HB367 Donated human breast milk; payment of medical assistance. dead
HB368 Public schools; enrollment, certain children placed in foster care. signed by governor
HB369 Furloughs from local work release programs; furlough approved by local sheriff. signed by governor
HB370 Zoning appeals, board of; dual office holding. signed by governor
HB371 Adoption by stepparent; background check. passed committee
HB372 Violation of protective orders; assault and battery. dead
HB373 Place of religious worship; carrying dangerous weapon. dead
HB374 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming. incorporated
HB375 Postsecondary schools; enrollment agreements, disputes, arbitration. signed by governor
HB376 Teacher and support staff shortages; data, reporting. signed by governor
HB377 Handheld personal communications devices; holding devices while driving a motor vehicle. dead
HB378 Comprehensive harm reduction programs; public health emergency, repeals sunset provision. signed by governor
HB379 Historical African American cemeteries; adds three cemeteries in Arlington County. incorporated
HB380 Constitutional amendment; apportionment, Virginia Redistricting Commission (voter referendum). dead
HB381 Redistricting; Virginia Redistricting Commission, local redistricting commissions. dead
HB382 Virginia Shoreline Resiliency Fund; grant program. dead
HB383 Law-Enforcement Officer Tuition Grant Fund and Program; established, report. dead
HB384 Presumption of death; confessions or convictions of murder. dead
HB385 Chiropractic, practice of; clarifies definition. signed by governor
HB386 Conversion therapy; prohibited by certain health care providers. signed by governor
HB387 Handheld personal communications devices; use in school zones and school property, penalty. dead
HB388 Hunting elk; special license created. signed by governor
HB389 Hurricane and Flooding Risk Reduction and Bond Rating Protection Act of 2020; established, report. dead
HB390 Alcoholic beverage control; definitions, license and fee reform. signed by governor
HB391 Food stamps; eligibility, drug-related felonies. incorporated
HB392 School boards; applicants for employment, criminal history. signed by governor
HB393 Landlord and tenant; statement of tenant rights and responsibilities. signed by governor
HB394 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Director of; position created. signed by governor
HB395 Minimum wage; increases to $9.50 per hour effective January 1, 2021. enacted
HB396 Redevelopment and housing authority; increases compensation of commissioners. signed by governor
HB397 Higher education institutions, public; governing boards, input from faculty senate. dead
HB398 School counselors and social workers; student to position ratio, certain schools. incorporated
HB399 Public education; state accountability and reporting, student subgroup size. dead
HB400 Fostering Futures program; established. signed by governor
HB401 Court-appointed counsel; additional compensation. dead
HB402 Public schools; lock-down drills, frequency, exemptions. signed by governor
HB403 Safe days for employees; private employers required to allow days. dead
HB404 Public libraries; providing an essential service to communities of the Commonwealth. signed by governor
HB405 Menstrual supplies; school boards shall make available in each school building. signed by governor
HB406 Local government revenues and expenditures; comparative report, filing date. signed by governor
HB407 Virginia Public Procurement Act; failure to pay unemployment taxes. dead
HB408 Green job creation tax credit; extends sunset date. signed by governor
HB409 State plan for medical assistance services; orthotic devices. dead
HB410 Parental notification; literacy and Response to Intervention screening and services. signed by governor
HB411 Veterans; DMV shall offer information on services available to any person. signed by governor
HB412 Family or household member; adds to existing definition. dead
HB413 Subdivision ordinance; energy efficiency and renewable energy provisions. dead
HB414 Virginia Energy Plan; covenants regarding solar power, reasonable restrictions. signed by governor
HB415 Discipline; suspension, access to graded work during and after suspension. signed by governor
HB416 Wage or salary history; inquiries prohibited, civil penalty. dead
HB417 Employment; requiring the purchase or provision of materials. dead
HB418 Employees; paid earned sick leave, civil penalties. incorporated
HB419 Virginia Diverse Educator Scholarship Fund and Program; established. dead
HB420 Emergency services and disaster preparedness plans; DEM to review plans. signed by governor
HB421 Firearms, ammunition, etc.; control by localities by governing possession, etc., within locality. enacted
HB422 Youth and Gang Violence Prevention Grant Fund and Program; created and established. signed by governor
HB423 Gun Violence Survivor Assistance Fund and Grant Program; established. dead
HB424 School resource officers; required in every school. dead
HB425 Transfer of multiple firearms; report to the Department of State Police. dead
HB426 Firearms, certain; penalty. dead
HB427 Manufacture, import, sale, transfer, or possession of undetectable firearms; penalty. dead
HB428 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming. incorporated
HB429 Toll facilities; free use by teachers, firefighters, and emergency medical services personnel. dead
HB430 Parole; application of statutes. dead
HB431 Geriatric prisoners; conditional release. dead
HB432 Public utilities; contracting with small, women-owned, or minority-owned businesses. signed by governor
HB433 Minimum wage; increases to $9 per hour effective January 1, 2021. incorporated
HB434 State parks; lifetime senior parking pass. dead
HB435 Virginia Security for Public Deposits Act; collateral for public deposits. dead
HB436 Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act; disclosure of identifying information. signed by governor
HB437 DGS; disposition of surplus materials, permit sale to military spouse-owned businesses. signed by governor
HB438 Workers' compensation; post-traumatic stress disorder, law-enforcement officers and firefighters. enacted
HB439 Relocation of call centers to a foreign country; notification requirements. dead
HB440 Railroads; freight train crew size requirements, civil penalty. stricken
HB441 Middleburg, Town of; amending charter, clarification of powers and duties of mayor, council, etc. signed by governor
HB442 Health insurance; coverage for donated human breast milk. dead
HB443 Coal combustion residuals impoundment; closures in Giles and Russell Counties. signed by governor
HB444 Throwing or depositing grass upon certain highways; penalty. dead
HB445 Light units; candlepower to lumens. signed by governor
HB446 DGS; disposition of surplus materials, donation of surplus computers. signed by governor
HB447 Active duty military personnel, etc.; eligibility for in-state tuition and other benefits. signed by governor
HB448 Menhaden; management of the fishery. incorporated
HB449 Unlawful hunting, fishing, or trapping; prohibition upon conviction. signed by governor
HB450 Appeal of involuntary admission order; possession of firearms, penalty. dead
HB451 Charitable gaming; removes restrictions regarding the number of calendar days that may be conducted. dead
HB452 Virginia Public Procurement Act; small purchases. signed by governor
HB453 Trespass with an unmanned aircraft system; local or state correctional facilities, penalty. dead
HB454 Virginia Public Procurement Act; purchase programs for recycled goods, climate positive materials. signed by governor
HB455 TANF Scholarship Pilot Program; VCCS to establish & administer. dead
HB456 Higher educational institutions, public; withdrawal of veteran student. signed by governor
HB457 Postsecondary schools; distance learning, certification and reciprocity, effective date. signed by governor
HB458 Firearms; purchase, possession, and transportation, fugitives, penalty. dead
HB459 Firearms; possession or transportation following certain crimes. dead
HB460 Scott, Winston Lamont; compensation for wrongful incarceration. signed by governor
HB461 Renewable energy property; tax credit established. dead
HB462 Certified sexual assault nurse examiners; Secretary of HHR to study shortage. stricken
HB463 Minors; allowing access to firearms, Class 6 felony, etc. incorporated
HB464 Virginia Beach, City of; amending charter, council members. signed by governor
HB465 Transportation companies, certain; local regulation. signed by governor
HB466 Business licenses; certain localities allowed to waive requirements. signed by governor
HB467 Virginia Public Procurement Act; cooperative procurement, construction. dead
HB468 Election Fraud Ombudsman, Office of the; established. dead
HB469 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for menstrual supplies. dead
HB470 Protective orders; petitioning court on behalf of incapacitated persons. dead
HB471 Health professionals; unprofessional conduct, reporting. signed by governor
HB472 Virginia Small Business Financing Authority; scoring system. dead
HB473 Personal data; management and oversight. dead
HB474 Certified community health workers; establishes requirements for use of the title. incorporated
HB475 Virginia sexual assault forensic examiner coordination program; established, report. signed by governor
HB476 Police and court records; expungement of certain misdemeanor and nonviolent felony convictions. dead
HB477 Juveniles; trial as adult. signed by governor
HB478 Child pornography; venue for prosecution. incorporated
HB479 Death certificate; veterans, fees. signed by governor
HB480 Virginia Retirement System; enhanced retirement benefits for 911 dispatchers. dead
HB481 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple marijuana possession, penalty. incorporated
HB482 Nonpayment of wages; private action. incorporated
HB483 Standards of Learning; review, racism and inequity. incorporated
HB484 Hemp products; regulation, labeling. dead
HB485 Best interests of a child; when appropriate, frequent and continuing contact with each parent. dead
HB486 Henry, Northampton, Patrick, & Pittsylvania Counties & City of Danville; additional sales &use tax. signed by governor
HB487 Life insurance; notarized signature. dead
HB488 Hate crimes; gender, disability, gender identity, or sexual orientation, penalty. incorporated
HB489 Va. Indoor Clean Air Act; prohibitions on smoking in satellite facilities. dead
HB490 Farm vehicles; use. dead
HB491 Industrial hemp; VDACS to convene work group to assess opportunities for development of industry. signed by governor
HB492 Martinsville, City of; city reversion. dead
HB493 Henry County; city reversion. dead
HB494 City reversion to town status; increases required vote of a city council. dead
HB495 Games of chance; prohibition against participation, exception for private clubs. dead
HB496 Virginia Tourism Authority; marketing model for casinos. dead
HB497 Vehicles not designed or used for transportation of passengers; registration fees. dead
HB498 Hope Card Program; permanent protective orders. dead
HB499 Higher Education Advisory Committee; higher education funding, report. dead
HB500 Registered voters; lists provided at no charge to courts of the Commonwealth. signed by governor
HB501 School boards; written school crisis, emergency management, and medical emergency response plans. signed by governor
HB502 Litter tax; adds $100 to the existing penalty for delinquency. signed by governor
HB503 Health insurance; coverage for prosthetic devices. dead
HB504 Chesapeake Bay Preservation Areas; preservation of mature trees. enacted
HB505 Zoning appeals, board of; writ of certiorari. signed by governor
HB506 County manager plan; election of board members by instant runoff voting. signed by governor
HB507 Release of balloons prohibited; civil penalty. dead
HB508 Animal care; cruelty, dangerous dogs. dead
HB509 Security freezes; fees. signed by governor
HB510 FOIA; public higher educational institutions, information related to pledges and donations. signed by governor
HB511 Electric vehicle charging stations; operation by state agencies. signed by governor
HB512 Handheld personal communications devices; holding devices while driving a motor vehicle prohibited. dead
HB513 Real Estate Board; death or disability of a real estate broker. signed by governor
HB514 Barbers and cosmetologists; training requirement. dead
HB515 Urban county executive form of government; board of social services. signed by governor
HB516 High school graduation; standard diploma requirements, etc. signed by governor
HB517 Collaborative practice agreements; adds nurse practitioners and physician assistants to list. signed by governor
HB518 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; residential building energy analysis. signed by governor
HB519 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; certain notices of termination. signed by governor
HB520 Trees; DEQ to convene advisory to study planting or preservation, report. signed by governor
HB521 Education Improvement Scholarships Tax Credits; repealing tax credit. dead
HB522 'Students with limited or interrupted formal education;' DOE to develop statewide definition. dead
HB523 Dulles Greenway; powers and responsibilities of SCC to regulate toll road operators. dead
HB524 Volunteer cybersecurity and information technology professionals; SOA to establish a register. dead
HB525 Greenhouse gas emissions; State Air Pollution Control Board to conduct a statewide inventory. dead
HB526 Reproductive health services; health benefit plans to cover the costs of specified services, etc. dead
HB527 Student assessments; language translation. dead
HB528 Electric generation facilities; SCC shall determine retirement of facilities. signed by governor
HB529 Universal health care; Secretary of Health and Human Resources to study options for financing. dead
HB530 Health care coverage; qualified health plans. dead
HB531 Income tax, state; refundable credit for coverage under qualified health plan. dead
HB532 Safe reporting of overdoses; immunity from prosecution. dead
HB533 Expanded polystyrene food service containers; definitions, prohibition on dispensing, civil penalty. signed by governor
HB534 Disposable plastic bags; local tax. signed by governor
HB535 Real estate with delinquent taxes or liens; sales by nonprofit organizations. signed by governor
HB536 Virginia Retirement System; accidental death and dismemberment benefits, definitions. signed by governor
HB537 Real estate tax; exemption for property in redevelopment or conservation areas. signed by governor
HB538 Richmond Metropolitan Transportation Authority; change in membership. signed by governor
HB539 Elections, State Board of; activities related to supervision of local electoral boards & registrars. signed by governor
HB540 Elections administration; Department of Elections to employ a Director of Operations. signed by governor
HB541 Elections, Department of; limitation on gubernatorial appointments. dead
HB542 Regional water resource planning; State Water Control Board regulations. signed by governor
HB543 Electric power-assisted bicycles; amends definition. signed by governor
HB544 DGS; public posting of contract information on central electronic procurement. signed by governor
HB545 Inclusionary housing; zoning. in subcommittee
HB546 Prescribing of Schedule VI controlled substances; telemedicine, store-and-forward technologies. dead
HB547 Virginia Energy and Economy Transition Council; established, report. dead
HB548 FOIA; exempts DBHDS records of active investigations. signed by governor
HB549 Overgrown vegetation; local authority. signed by governor
HB550 Minimum wage; tipped employees. dead
HB551 Juvenile community correctional centers; establishment, placement of juveniles. dead
HB552 Birth control; definition. signed by governor
HB553 Workplace harassment; policies for legislative branch. dead
HB554 Zoning; wireless communications infrastructure. signed by governor
HB555 Snow removal and ice control services contracts; certain provisions declared void. dead
HB556 Judicial Retirement System; amount of retirement allowance. dead
HB557 Carnal knowledge of pretrial or posttrial offender; bail bondsmen, increases penalty. signed by governor
HB558 Micro-business; enhancement of participation in local procurement. signed by governor
HB559 Norfolk, City of; financing of an arena and facility. dead
HB560 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming. incorporated
HB561 Project evaluation; primary evacuation routes. signed by governor
HB562 Mortgage loan originators; exempts retailers of manufactured or modular homes, etc. dead
HB563 Relocated billboard signs; maintenance and repair. passed committee
HB564 Cheriton, Town of; amending charter, town elections. signed by governor
HB565 Driver privilege cards; penalty. dead
HB566 Food stamps and TANF; eligibility, drug-related felonies. signed by governor
HB567 Indoor shooting ranges; prohibited in buildings not owned or leased by the Commonwealth. dead
HB568 Carrying or storing firearms in motor vehicles and vessels; exceptions, penalty. dead
HB569 Out-of-state concealed handgun permits; reciprocity. dead
HB570 Teachers, public school; grounds for dismissal. signed by governor
HB571 Rental housing; purchase or construction by localities. dead
HB572 Distributed solar & other renewable energy; sales of electricity under third-party agreements. signed by governor
HB573 Community solar development pilot program; low-income communities. signed by governor
HB574 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; residential building energy analysis. incorporated
HB575 Electric utilities; energy efficiency programs, stakeholder process. enacted
HB576 Undergrounding electric transmission lines; pilot program. signed by governor
HB577 State Air Pollution Control Board; implementation of a low emissions vehicle program. dead
HB578 Smoking; illegal in motor vehicle when a minor under the age of 15 is present. signed by governor
HB579 Health insurance; coverage for mammograms. dead
HB580 Child abuse and neglect; gender identity or sexual orientation. dead
HB581 Diversity and cultural competency; DHRM to develop online training module. signed by governor
HB582 Employees of local governments; collective bargaining. enacted
HB583 Minimum wage; farm workers. incorporated
HB584 Virginia Personnel Act; hiring preference in state government for persons with disabilities. dead
HB585 Comprehensive plan; certain localities to promote transit-oriented development. signed by governor
HB586 PFOA, PFOS, and PFAS; substances in public drinking water. signed by governor
HB587 Baby changing facilities; DGS to implement in public buildings. signed by governor
HB588 Legal notices; online publications. incorporated
HB589 Community services boards; funding formula, population and need. dead
HB590 Income tax, state; housing choice vouchers, eligible housing areas. signed by governor
HB591 Legal holidays; Indigenous Peoples Day. dead
HB592 Pawpaw fruit (Asimina triloba); designating as state fruit. dead
HB593 License plates, special; #TEAMTOMMIE. signed by governor
HB594 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; security deposits, timing of application. signed by governor
HB595 Dealer's license plate and special license plate combination; Commissioner of DMV may issue. signed by governor
HB596 Place of religious worship; carrying dangerous weapon. dead
HB597 Group homes and children's residential facilities; licensure, certain information required. signed by governor
HB598 Alcoholic beverage control; creates annual mixed beverage performing arts facility license. signed by governor
HB599 Weapons; carrying into building owned or leased by the Commonwealth, penalty. dead
HB600 Family day homes, licensed, etc.; storage of unloaded firearms in a locked container, cabinet, etc. signed by governor
HB601 Administrative Process Act; review of occupational regulations. dead
HB602 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; scholastic records, charges. dead
HB603 Medical Assistance Services, Board of; reimbursement for services, family members. dead
HB604 Virginia National Guard; member benefits, health savings accounts. dead
HB605 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses, penalty. dead
HB606 Human trafficking; DCJS to develop training. dead
HB607 Taxpayer Relief Fund; issuing income tax refunds to certain taxpayers from Fund. dead
HB608 Health Enterprise Zone Program and Fund; established, report. dead
HB609 Virginia FOIA; applicability to certain records of the Office of Executive Secretary. incorporated
HB610 Limitations period; previously time-barred actions, sexual abuse, two-year time period to file. dead
HB611 Higher educational institutions, public; governing boards, educational programs. signed by governor
HB612 Health insurance; coverage for medicines to cover amino acid-based elemental formula. dead
HB613 Economic Opportunity for Virginians in Aspiring and Diverse Communities, Commission on; sunset. dead
HB614 Alcoholic beverage control; definition of 'day spa.' dead
HB615 Minimum wage; increases to $10.10 per hour effective January 1, 2021, etc. incorporated
HB616 Motor vehicles; when headlights to be lighted. dead
HB617 Workers' compensation; repetitive motion injuries. signed by governor
HB618 Hate crimes; gender, disability, gender identity, or sexual orientation, penalty. signed by governor
HB619 Commonwealth Mass Transit Fund; allocation to Fredericksburg Regional Transit. dead
HB620 Statewide prioritization process; project selection. dead
HB621 Speed monitoring systems; local ordinances. incorporated
HB622 Limiting employees' sharing of wage information; prohibited, exception, civil penalty. enacted
HB623 Gender-neutral terms; prohibitions on same-sex marriage and civil unions removed from Code. signed by governor
HB624 Human Rights, Division of; requirements for equal pay irrespective of sex. signed by governor
HB625 Protective orders in cases of family abuse; definition of family abuse, identity theft. dead
HB626 Opioids; prescribing, required patient disclosures. dead
HB627 General Assembly; legislation increasing regulation or establishing initial regulation. dead
HB628 Sanctions; improper purpose, claims filed in retaliation for certain actions. dead
HB629 Blacksburg, Town of; amending charter, public hearings. signed by governor
HB630 Registered lobbyists; sexual harassment training. dead
HB631 Income tax, state; deduction for tolls paid on Virginia roads. dead
HB632 Zoning; development approvals. dead
HB633 Energy saving products; tax deduction. dead
HB634 School Divisions of Innovation; local assessments. dead
HB635 Traffic incident management vehicles; exempt from certain regulations. incorporated
HB636 Town residents; provision of county services. dead
HB637 Child support; reasonable cost of health care coverage. signed by governor
HB638 Social security number; exemption from providing. dead
HB639 Persons acquitted by reason of insanity; use of two-way electronic communications in proceedings. signed by governor
HB640 Product safety; liquid containers containing bisphenol A prohibited, civil penalty. dead
HB641 Funeral service providers; caskets provided by third parties. signed by governor
HB642 Transportation funding; statewide prioritization process. dead
HB643 Pipeline construction; certification requirement, minimum diameter, stop work orders. dead
HB644 Pipeline construction projects; violations, cumulative effect, civil penalties. dead
HB645 Health insurance; coverage for diabetes. dead
HB646 Pipeline construction permit; amount of civil penalty for violation. signed by governor
HB647 Convictions, certain, and police and court records; petition for reclassification or expungement. dead
HB648 Prescription Monitoring Program; information disclosed to Emergency Department Information. signed by governor
HB649 Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumption, police dispatchers. dead
HB650 Naloxone or other opioid antagonist; possession and administration. incorporated
HB651 Recoupment; actions that qualify. enacted
HB652 Admission to bail; presumption of release on recognizance. dead
HB653 Condemned growing beds; electronic maps. signed by governor
HB654 Clean energy projects; authorizes DMME to sponsor a statewide financing program. signed by governor
HB655 Solar photovoltaic projects; special exceptions for any project. signed by governor
HB656 Solar energy projects; national standards. signed by governor
HB657 Comprehensive plan; solar facilities review. signed by governor
HB658 Virginia Beach mass shooting; independent commission to investigate. dead
HB659 People with developmental disabilities; DOC to create workgoup to review guidelines to assist. signed by governor
HB660 Deferred dispositions; property crimes, larceny and receiving stolen goods. signed by governor
HB661 Exposure-prone incidents; Secretaries of HHR & PSHS to establish a work group. signed by governor
HB662 Local grievance procedure; incorporates certain provisions. dead
HB663 Ignition interlock systems; venue. signed by governor
HB664 Exposure to a decedent's body fluids; testing. signed by governor
HB665 Electrical transmission lines; effect on scenic assets, historic resources, and environment. signed by governor
HB666 Vital records; expands the definition of 'dead body.' signed by governor
HB667 Habitual offenders; decreases penalty for driving while intoxicated. dead
HB668 Field investigations permit; definitions, archaeologist qualifications, penalty. signed by governor
HB669 Concealed handguns; carrying with a permit by employees of any agency of the Commonwealth, etc. dead
HB670 USBC &SFPC; proposal for changes to the Codes to address active shooters or hostile threats. signed by governor
HB671 Virginia FOIA; applicability to certain records of the Office of Executive Secretary. dead
HB672 State, regional, and local planning; climate change. dead
HB673 Cruelty to children; increases penalty to a Class 4 felony. dead
HB674 Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk of injury to himself, etc., penalties. signed by governor
HB675 License restrictions for minors; use of handheld personal communications devices. passed senate
HB676 Income tax, state; subtraction for retirement income of certain federal employees. dead
HB677 Interstate 66; reverse tolling, toll revenue on Interstate 66 and Interstate 395. dead
HB678 Parental Choice Education Savings Accounts; established, report. dead
HB679 Real and personal property tax exemptions; repeals exemptions. dead
HB680 Virginia Public Procurement Act; information technology project services contracts, behind schedule. dead
HB681 Capital murder; punishment. dead
HB682 Capital murder; punishment. dead
HB683 Family life education programs; student participation. dead
HB684 Online case information system; juvenile and domestic relations district court. dead
HB685 Va Public Procurement Act; preference for contractors using automatic billing verification software. dead
HB686 Killing the fetus of another; manslaughter, penalties. dead
HB687 State-certified doulas; certification, registry. signed by governor
HB688 Certified community health workers; establishes requirements for use of the title. signed by governor
HB689 Wage payment statements; statement of earnings. signed by governor
HB690 Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF); family cap. signed by governor
HB691 Prescription Drug Affordability Board and Office, etc.; established. dead
HB692 Recounts; absentee ballots received after close of polls. incorporated
HB693 School boards; paid maternity leave benefit policy. dead
HB694 Students in grades 6, 7, and 8; computer science/introduction to technology course required. dead
HB695 Reports of certain acts to school authorities; exclusion, possession of certain amount of marijuana. incorporated
HB696 Local human rights ordinances; sexual orientation and gender identity. signed by governor
HB697 School meals; adoption of policies. signed by governor
HB698 School boards; distribution of excess food. signed by governor
HB699 Mandatory outpatient treatment; rescission of order. dead
HB700 Mandatory outpatient treatment; eliminates patient consent. dead
HB701 School boards; school meal policies, parental notification and opt-out. dead
HB702 Mandatory outpatient treatment; petition for review, efforts of the community services board. dead
HB703 School meal debt; donations. signed by governor
HB704 Environmental justice; state agency policy, Virginia Council on Environmental Justice, established. enacted
HB705 State air, waste, and water boards; permit authority, appointment of members. dead
HB706 Offshore drilling; prohibition on leases, policy. signed by governor
HB707 Conservation of trees; Town of Vienna. dead
HB708 Bank franchise; tax credit for student loan refinancing. dead
HB709 Tobacco Indemnification & Community Revitalization Fund; investments in Va. venture capital accts. dead
HB710 Public school buses; decals displaying 'In God We Trust.' dead
HB711 DNA sample after arrest; certain misdemeanors. dead
HB712 Legal notices; online publications. dead
HB713 Mandatory outpatient treatment orders; judicial review conferences. dead
HB714 Virginia Energy Plan; climate change pressing challenge. signed by governor
HB715 Higher educational institutions, public; increases in undergraduate tuition. signed by governor
HB716 Public school employees, certain; online mental health awareness training required. incorporated
HB717 Electric vehicles; DMME to determine feasibility of a rebate program. signed by governor
HB718 School resource officers; custodial interrogation, parental consent. dead
HB719 Administration of government; state publications to be made available in electronic format. signed by governor
HB720 Property Owners' Association Act; display of political signs. signed by governor
HB721 Post-adoption contact and communication agreements; involuntary termination of parental rights. signed by governor
HB722 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exclusions, proprietary records and trade secrets. signed by governor
HB723 Underground pipelines and electrical transmission lines; agriculture. signed by governor
HB724 Tangible personal property tax; classes of property, satellites. signed by governor
HB725 Teachers in certain schools for students with disabilities; extension of provisional licenses. incorporated
HB726 Comprehensive plan; adoption or disapproval by governing body. signed by governor
HB727 PSAP dispatchers; definitions, telecommunicator cardiopulmonary resuscitation, EMD program. signed by governor
HB728 Residential psychiatric placement and services; SOE, et al., to establish work group. signed by governor
HB729 Transit funding; raises the existing regional transportation fee, etc. dead
HB730 Third-party settlement organizations; reporting of payments. signed by governor
HB731 Hampton, City of; alcoholic beverage control licensees. signed by governor
HB732 Virginia Free File; amends program. dead
HB733 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. incorporated
HB734 Income tax, state; rolling conformity with the Internal Revenue Code. dead
HB735 Income tax, state; indexing, Chained Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers. dead
HB736 Estate tax; reinstatement. dead
HB737 Nursing homes; standards of care. dead
HB738 County board of supervisors; presiding officers, terminology. signed by governor
HB739 Income tax, corporate; combined reporting requirements. dead
HB740 Movie theaters; closed captioning. in subcommittee
HB741 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of professional engineers. dead
HB742 Unmanned aircraft; political subdivision may regulate take-off and landing of system, etc. signed by governor
HB743 Higher educational institutions; qualified education loans, providers of private education loans. signed by governor
HB744 Juvenile; sentencing when tried as an adult. signed by governor
HB745 Juveniles; sentencing when tried as an adult. in committee
HB746 Custodial interrogation of a child; parental notification and contact. signed by governor
HB747 Movie theaters; open captioning on any film that is regularly shown. dead
HB748 Research and development tax credits; extends sunset date, aggregate caps. signed by governor
HB749 Norfolk, City of; amending charter, employees of officers, vagrants. signed by governor
HB750 Carrying a concealed handgun; consumption of alcohol in a public park, penalty. dead
HB751 Virginia Community Flood Preparedness Fund; low-income loans, forgiveness of principal. incorporated
HB752 Felons; postrelease incarceration of offenders sentenced for certain offenses. signed by governor
HB753 Social-emotional learning; DOE to develop guidance standards. signed by governor
HB754 Virginia Brownfield and Coal Mine Renewable Energy Grant Fund and Program; established. dead
HB755 Real property taxes; definitions, blighted and derelict properties in certain localities. enacted
HB756 Va. Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; tenants participation in Eviction Diversion Pilot Program. dead
HB757 Public employment; limitations on inquiries by state agencies and localities regarding arrests. signed by governor
HB758 Redistricting; establishes the Virginia Redistricting Commission. passed senate
HB759 Strategic lawsuits against public participation; special motion to dismiss, stay of discovery. passed senate
HB760 Annual local audit; enforcement mechanism, civil penalty. signed by governor
HB761 Elections; preclearance of certain covered practices required, definitions. passed senate
HB762 Children's Services Act; special education programs. dead
HB763 Hospitals; notification to patient of outpatient physical therapy following discharge. signed by governor
HB764 Domesticated animal premises; liability for transmission of domesticated animal pathogen. signed by governor
HB765 Zoning; affordable housing, residential district classification. dead
HB766 Income tax, state; subtractions for volunteer firefighters, etc. dead
HB767 Parking; local regulation of certain vehicles. dead
HB768 Commercial and industrial property; additional real property tax in certain localities. dead
HB769 Local government; codification of ordinances, affirmative defense. dead
HB770 Goats; grazing on stream buffers. dead
HB771 Dulles Greenway; amends the powers and responsibilities of the SCC to regulate toll road operators. incorporated
HB772 Virginia Highway Corporation Act of 1988; Department of Transportation authority. dead
HB773 Refunds of local taxes; authority of treasurer. incorporated
HB774 Commonwealth Transportation Board; increases revenue-sharing funds. dead
HB775 Virginia College Savings Plan; analyzing current programs to encourage citizens to save. signed by governor
HB776 Health insurance; coverage for fertility preservation procedures for cancer patients. dead
HB777 Supreme Court, Executive Secretary to the; duties. dead
HB778 Family assessments; increases timeline for completion. signed by governor
HB779 Virginia Fuels Tax Act; refueling vehicles. dead
HB780 Returns of service; acceptance of copies of proofs of service. signed by governor
HB781 Accrual of cause of action; diagnoses of nonmalignant and malignant asbestos-related injury. signed by governor
HB782 Geriatric, terminally ill, etc., prisoners; conditional release. dead
HB783 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. signed by governor
HB784 Constitutional amendment; apportionment, Virginia Redistricting Commission (voter referendum). signed by governor
HB785 Localities; authority to levy taxes. enacted
HB786 Food stamps; eligibility, drug-related felonies. incorporated
HB787 Multi-jurisdiction grand jury; hate crimes. signed by governor
HB788 Restrictive covenants; deeds of reformation. signed by governor
HB789 Consumer lending; replaces references to payday loans with term 'short-term loans.' enacted
HB790 Homestead exemption; bankruptcy exemptions. signed by governor
HB791 Comprehensive harm reduction programs; authority to establish and operate. signed by governor
HB792 Appeals of right in general district court; appeals of final orders or judgments. signed by governor
HB793 Persons on conditional release; tracking device, penalty. dead
HB794 Flood Insurance Fund; established, low-income Virginians. dead
HB795 Health insurance; association health plans. passed
HB796 Income tax, corporate; sourcing of sales other than sales of tangible personal property. dead
HB797 Local school boards; lead testing, report, parental notification. signed by governor
HB798 Employment; prohibited retaliatory action. signed by governor
HB799 Child day programs; lead testing, potable water, effective date. signed by governor
HB800 Employment; disclosure of terms. dead
HB801 Worker classification; penalties. dead
HB802 Employment; wage inquiries, prohibited retaliatory action. incorporated
HB803 Mandatory student activity fees; campus referendum. dead
HB804 Virginia Diverse Educator Scholarship Fund and Program; established. incorporated
HB805 Employment health and safety standards; heat illness prevention. dead
HB806 Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; victims of sexual assault, report. signed by governor
HB807 Health care; explanation of benefits, sensitive health care services. signed by governor
HB808 Survivors of sexual assault; definitions, every hospital to provide treatment or transfer services. signed by governor
HB809 Child abuse and neglect; valid report or complaint, alleged abuser. dead
HB810 Virginia housing opportunity tax credit program; VHDA, et al., to develop. signed by governor
HB811 Higher educational institutions; intercollegiate athletics, student-athletes, compensation. incorporated
HB812 Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty. signed by governor
HB813 Credit unions; board of directors compensation. signed by governor
HB814 TANF; eligibility for drug-related felonies. incorporated
HB815 Alcoholic beverage control; general powers of the Board of Directors of the Virginia ABC. dead
HB816 DCJS; criminal cases, data collection and reporting standards. incorporated
HB817 Public schools; use of digital devices. signed by governor
HB818 Assault and battery; adds animal control officers to list, penalty. dead
HB819 Real estate settlements; kickbacks and other payments, remedies, penalties. signed by governor
HB820 Court appearance of a person not free on bail; informed of right to counsel. dead
HB821 Arrest for a violent felony; saliva or tissue sample required for DNA analysis. signed by governor
HB822 Health insurance; credentialing, health care or professional health-related services. signed by governor
HB823 Health Insurance Premium Payment program; enrollment of eligible individuals. dead
HB824 Criminal cases; ex parte requests for expert assistance. signed by governor
HB825 Paid family and medical leave program; Virginia Employment Commission to establish. dead
HB826 State plan for medical assistance; payment for services provided by certified doulas. signed by governor
HB827 Virginia Human Rights Act; unlawful discrimination on the basis of pregnancy, childbirth. signed by governor
HB828 Assisted living facilities and group homes; location. dead
HB829 Group homes; license application, notice to locality. dead
HB830 Charges and convictions, certain; expungement. dead
HB831 Utility easements; location of broadband and other communications facilities. signed by governor
HB832 Athlete agents; creates registration requirement, penalties. signed by governor
HB833 Virginia Public Procurement Act; public works contracts, prevailing wage rate, penalty. enacted
HB834 Order of publication; electronic notice. signed by governor
HB835 Water utility or sewer utility asset acquisitions; fair market valuations. signed by governor
HB836 Microcredentials; DOE to develop a plan to adopt, etc. signed by governor
HB837 Dress Code Equity Act; guidelines and policies for dress or grooming codes in schools. signed by governor
HB838 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; Real Estate Board's disclosure statement. signed by governor
HB839 Taxes on income, wills, and administrations; exemption for victims of the Va. Beach mass shooting. signed by governor
HB840 Health insurance; formula and enteral nutrition products. signed by governor
HB841 Guardianship; appointment of counsel for respondent, presence of respondent at hearings. incorporated
HB842 Removal of public officers; petition requirements, signature requirements. dead
HB843 Motor vehicle title loans, payday loans, etc.; interest rate. incorporated
HB844 Income tax, state; state-specific itemization. dead
HB845 Law-enforcement officer definition; certain employees of Washington Metro Area Transit Authority. dead
HB846 Elkton, Town of; amending charter, town boundaries, council meetings. signed by governor
HB847 Virginia Public Procurement Act; statute of limitations on actions on construction contracts. incorporated
HB848 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; unlawful conversion of political contributions to personal use. dead
HB849 Political campaign advertisements; disclosure requirements, advertisements placed, etc. signed by governor
HB850 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; establishing a points-based system. dead
HB851 Public campaign financing; counties and cities may establish for certain offices. dead
HB852 VITA; required information security training program for state employees. signed by governor
HB853 Firearms; recklessly allowing access to certain persons, penalty. dead
HB854 Affordable housing; VHDA, et al., to study ways to develop. signed by governor
HB855 Group home; definition, licensure of private providers. dead
HB856 Protective orders; possession of firearms, surrender or transfer of firearms, penalty. incorporated
HB857 Segregated accommodations & segregation districts for residences; repeals certain Acts of Assembly. signed by governor
HB858 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act, etc.; required disclosures. dead
HB859 Stormwater management facilities; private residential lots, required disclosure. signed by governor
HB860 Inhaled asthma medications; school nurse, etc., may administer to a student. signed by governor
HB861 Best interests of the child; history of child abuse and acts of violence, etc. signed by governor
HB862 Guardianship; communication between close relatives and friends of incapacitated persons. dead
HB863 Persons other than ministers who may celebrate rites of marriage; filing of the marriage record. dead
HB864 Infected sexual battery; knowledge of convicted person. dead
HB865 Misdemeanor drug offenses, certain; expungement. dead
HB866 Administrative Process Act; regulations, public notice and economic impact. dead
HB867 Victims of domestic violence; shelters may be established. dead
HB868 Electric utilities; right to shop. signed by governor
HB869 Public defender or any deputies or employees; proportionally supplementing compensation. dead
HB870 Sexual abuse; statute of limitations, personal action for injury to person. signed by governor
HB871 Robbery; definition, penalty. dead
HB872 Voter registration by mail; certain first-time voters permitted to vote by absentee ballot. signed by governor
HB873 Discovery in criminal cases; penalties. signed by governor
HB874 Handheld personal communications devices; holding devices while driving a motor vehicle. signed by governor
HB875 Grass; local ordinance on cutting. signed by governor
HB876 Prescription drugs; price transparency. dead
HB877 Redistricting; establishes Virginia Redistricting Commission. incorporated
HB878 Voter identification; signed statement in lieu of required form of identification, penalty. incorporated
HB879 Certificate of public need; revises the Medical Care Facilities Certificate of Public Need Program. passed senate
HB880 Protective orders; motions to dissolve filed by petitioner, ex parte hearing and issuance of order. signed by governor
HB881 Illegal gambling; definitions, skill games. enacted
HB882 Stormwater management; use of a proprietary best management practice. signed by governor
HB883 DCJS; costs and benefits of implementing a deflection to treatment program, report. dead
HB884 Personal identifying information; safe destruction of records. dead
HB885 Reckless driving; raises threshold for speeding. signed by governor
HB886 State Trails Advisory Committee; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
HB887 ABLE savings trust agreement; Medicaid clawback prohibition. signed by governor
HB888 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain gun safes. signed by governor
HB889 Electric utility regulation and retail competition; SCC to conduct pilot program. signed by governor
HB890 Construction management or design-build contracts; use by local public bodies. signed by governor
HB891 Peer-to-peer vehicle sharing platforms; establishes sale of insurance, etc., for platforms. dead
HB892 Peer-to-peer vehicle sharing platforms; definition, taxation. dead
HB893 Law enforcement; use of force, data collection and reporting requirement. dead
HB894 Education preparation programs; teacher licensure, certain instruction or training. signed by governor
HB895 Campaign contribution limits; civil penalty. dead
HB896 Virginia Lottery; powers and duties of Board, sports betting, etc. enacted
HB897 School resource officers; memorandums of understanding. incorporated
HB898 Employees; earned sick leave, civil penalties. dead
HB899 Restricted firearm ammunition; penalty. dead
HB900 Firearms; prohibition on possession, purchase, or transport following certain convictions. dead
HB901 Health insurance; payment to out-of-network providers. incorporated
HB902 Long-term care services and supports; preadmission screenings. signed by governor
HB903 Virginia Lottery Board; regulation of the manufacturing, distributing, operating video games. dead
HB904 Child abuse and neglect reporting; public sports programs. signed by governor
HB905 Historical African American cemeteries; adds a cemetery in City of Chesapeake. incorporated
HB906 Entitlement to sales tax revenues from certain public facilities; authorized localities. signed by governor
HB907 Sickle cell anemia; treatment. signed by governor
HB908 Naloxone; possession and administration, employee or person acting on behalf of a public place. signed by governor
HB909 Driver's license; suspensions for certain non-driving related offenses. signed by governor
HB910 Pharmacy; compounding of drugs, regulation by Board of Pharmacy. dead
HB911 Virginia Lottery; repeals prohibition against sale of lottery tickets over Internet. incorporated
HB912 Distributed renewable energy; promotes establishment of solar and other renewable energy. incorporated
HB913 Higher educational institutions; sexual violence policies, immunity from disciplinary action. signed by governor
HB914 Segregation in transportation; repeals certain Acts. signed by governor
HB915 Geriatric prisoners; conditional release. dead
HB916 Culturally Relevant and Inclusive Education Practices Advisory Committee; established, report. signed by governor
HB917 Kinship Guardianship Assistance program; expands eligibility, fictive kin. incorporated
HB918 Emergency custody and temporary detention orders; execution. dead
HB919 Preliminary protective orders; hearing dates. dead
HB920 State-Funded Kinship Guardianship Assistance program; created. dead
HB921 Housing authorities; notice of intent to demolish or liquidate housing projects. signed by governor
HB922 Bail; data collection and reporting standards, report. dead
HB923 Alcoholic beverage control; interdiction of intoxicated driver, etc. signed by governor
HB924 Unlawful dissemination or sale of images of another; threats, penalty. dead
HB925 DMAS; steps to facilitate transition between two programs. signed by governor
HB926 Income tax, state; credit for employer contributions to Virginia College Savings Plan accounts. dead
HB927 SCHEV; certain institutional goals and criteria, reports. dead
HB928 Chesterfield County School Board; recovery high school to be established. signed by governor
HB929 Subdivision plats; certain approved final plats shall remain valid indefinitely, etc. signed by governor
HB930 Military service members and veterans; expediting the issuance of credentials to spouses. incorporated
HB931 Public schools; reduces number of Standards of Learning assessments, report. incorporated
HB932 Natural gas automobile mechanics and technicians; removal of certification requirement. signed by governor
HB933 Kinship Guardianship Assistance program; expands eligibility, fictive kin. signed by governor
HB934 Firearms, certain; possession, purchase, etc., in certain localities. dead
HB935 Economic development programs; reporting requirements. signed by governor
HB936 Armed robbery; increases penalty. dead
HB937 Alcoholic beverage control; wine and beer licenses, creates farm store license. dead
HB938 Courthouse; relocation or expansion. signed by governor
HB939 Public schools; firearm safety education program. dead
HB940 Speed limits for certain large vehicles; U.S. Route 17. dead
HB941 VDOT; electronic speed indicator signs on U.S. Route 17. signed by governor
HB942 Industrial hemp; federal regulations, adoption in Virginia. signed by governor
HB943 Industrial hemp; testing after harvest. dead
HB944 Picketing or disrupting tranquility of home; exceptions eliminated. dead
HB945 Alcoholic beverage control; distillers' licenses, remote stores and tasting rooms. dead
HB946 Speeding fines; doubled on certain roads in Fauquier County. dead
HB947 Green development zones; investments in green technologies. dead
HB948 License taxes; prohibition on rate increases, prohibition on new taxes. dead
HB949 Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of local special events licensees. signed by governor
HB950 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; cemeteries, exemptions. signed by governor
HB951 Mutual assessment property and casualty insurers; notice by electronic delivery. signed by governor
HB952 Digital services; protection for minors. dead
HB953 STEAM programs; establishes STEAM Education Fund. dead
HB954 Cybersecurity; care and disposal of customer records, security for connected devices. dead
HB955 Children's online privacy protection; release of personal information prohibited. dead
HB956 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; prohibits advertising for sale of devices targeting children. dead
HB957 Virginia Cyber Initiative Act; established. dead
HB958 College and Career Readiness Steering Committee; Secretary of Education to establish. dead
HB959 Resilience hub pilot program; established. dead
HB960 Firearms and ammunition; imposes additional sales and use tax, use of proceeds. dead
HB961 Assault firearms, certain firearm magazines, etc.; prohibiting sale, transport, etc., penalties. dead
HB962 Hemp; products intended for smoking. signed by governor
HB963 Bears; kill permit for those damaging crops. dead
HB964 Firearms; restoration of rights of persons convicted of violent felonies. dead
HB965 Court fines and costs; community service work in lieu of payment. incorporated
HB966 Health regulatory boards; conversion therapy. dead
HB967 Military service members and veterans; expediting the issuance of credentials to spouses. signed by governor
HB968 State plan for medical assistance services; covered services. dead
HB969 Electric utility regulation; initial triennial review, requirements. incorporated
HB970 Transportation; use of funds. dead
HB971 Virginia Highway Corporation Act of 1988; termination of certificate of authority. incorporated
HB972 Marijuana; definitions, possession and consumption, civil penalties, report. passed
HB973 Elementary and secondary schools, etc.; repealing several Acts relating to racial segregation. signed by governor
HB974 Writ of actual innocence; petition by convicted person. signed by governor
HB975 Standards of Quality; state funding, ratios of teachers to English language learners. signed by governor
HB976 Virginia State Police; Executive Protection Unit, possession of firearms. dead
HB977 County food and beverage tax; allowable tax rate, removal of referendum requirement. incorporated
HB978 Improper driving; driving without full attention to operation of vehicle. dead
HB979 Utility easements; pole attachments. dead
HB980 Abortion; expands who can perform in first trimester, informed consent required. signed by governor
HB981 Clean Energy and Community Flood Preparedness Act; definitions, funds, report. enacted
HB982 Professions and occupations; licensure by endorsement. dead
HB983 Traffic incident management vehicles; equipped with certain lights. dead
HB984 Misclassification of workers; cause of action. signed by governor
HB985 Victims of human trafficking; eligibility for in-state tuition. dead
HB986 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school security officers. incorporated
HB987 Abstract of votes; when required to contain accounting of absentee ballots by precinct. dead
HB988 Compensating victims of crime; persons eligible for award includes grandchildren. signed by governor
HB989 Motor vehicle title; designation of beneficiary. signed by governor
HB990 Military Affairs, Department of; change of secretariat. signed by governor
HB991 Firefighting equipment; weight limitation on interstate. signed by governor
HB992 A.L. Philpott Manufacturing Extension Partnership; staff shall be treated as state employees. signed by governor
HB993 Administration of government; boards and councils, cleanup. signed by governor
HB994 Hair styling; regulated by Board for Barbers and Cosmetology. dead
HB995 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount. signed by governor
HB996 Parole; exception to limitation on the application of parole statutes. dead
HB997 Child care providers; fingerprint-based criminal background checks, repeals sunset. signed by governor
HB998 Flood plain; adoption of ordinances. signed by governor
HB999 School board policies; epinephrine, accessibility. signed by governor
HB1000 Prescription drugs; expedited partner therapy, labels. signed by governor
HB1001 Assault and battery against a family or household member; prior conviction, term of confinement. dead
HB1002 Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development Planning Grant Program; created. enacted
HB1003 Virginia Geographic Information Network; transfer of responsibilities. signed by governor
HB1004 Protective orders; possession of firearms, surrender or transfer of firearms, penalty. enacted
HB1005 Uniform Statewide Building Code; exceptions, provisions, and modifications. dead
HB1006 Human trafficking; assessments by local departments. signed by governor
HB1007 CIO; transition of web-based services for executive branch agencies to cloud-based server solutions. dead
HB1008 Personal property tax; exemption for household goods and personal effects. dead
HB1009 Common interest communities; Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act. dead
HB1010 Criminal fiscal impact statement; bills resulting in a net increase of period of imprisonment. dead
HB1011 Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; powers and duties. signed by governor
HB1012 Early childhood care and education; establishment of system, definitions, licensure. signed by governor
HB1013 Prescription requirements; treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, repeals sunset date. signed by governor
HB1014 Income tax, state; housing choice vouchers, eligible housing areas. incorporated
HB1015 Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention Fund; created, report. signed by governor
HB1016 Offshore energy resources; moratorium on offshore oil and gas development. incorporated
HB1017 Commonwealth of Virginia Innovation Partnership Authority; created. signed by governor
HB1018 Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; created, report. in subcommittee
HB1019 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; definition of sale price, trade-in vehicles. dead
HB1020 Records of financial institutions; reimbursement of costs for production. dead
HB1021 Personal property tax; farm machinery, classification of forest harvesting. signed by governor
HB1022 Va. Criminal Sentencing Commission; specifies that the Commission is a criminal justice agency. signed by governor
HB1023 Custodial interrogations; audiovisual recording. signed by governor
HB1024 State Police, Department of; establishment of cold case searchable database. signed by governor
HB1025 Law-enforcement officers w/disability, former; vocational rehabilitation and employment services. signed by governor
HB1026 Mandatory outpatient treatment; criteria. dead
HB1027 Opioid addiction treatment pilot program; DBHDS, et al., to establish in Planning District 12. dead
HB1028 Constitutional officers; hiring notices. dead
HB1029 Early retirement; constitutional officers. dead
HB1030 Electrical transmission lines; placement of overhead and underground lines. signed by governor
HB1031 Regional alternative education programs; funding. dead
HB1032 Roy P. Byrd, Jr., Memorial Bridge; designating as U.S. Route 29 Business bridge. signed by governor
HB1033 Human trafficking victims; petition for vacatur and expungement of convictions, etc. dead
HB1034 Local Food and Farming Infrastructure Fund and Grant Program; established. dead
HB1035 Attorneys for the Commonwealth; compensation and collection of fees. dead
HB1036 Preventive services; coverage for outpatient mental health screenings or visits. dead
HB1037 Health insurance; short-term limited-duration medical plans, definitions, effective date. signed by governor
HB1038 Solid waste management facility; permit for landfill with capacity of more than 35 million tons. dead
HB1039 Felony homicide; repeals the crime. dead
HB1040 Naturopathic doctors; Board of Medicine to license and regulate. dead
HB1041 Certificate of birth; new certificate issued to show change of sex. signed by governor
HB1042 Environmental Justice, Virginia Council on; established. signed by governor
HB1043 Health insurance; coverage for autism spectrum disorder, individual and small group markets. incorporated
HB1044 Electronic tracking device; unauthorized use, increases penalty. signed by governor
HB1045 Tree-replacement ordinance; banking. dead
HB1046 Expanded polystyrene food service containers; prohibition, civil penalty. incorporated
HB1047 Fingerprints and photographs by police authorities; reports to Central Criminal Records Exchange. signed by governor
HB1048 Fingerprints and photographs; authority of police. signed by governor
HB1049 Discrimination; sexual orientation and gender identity. signed by governor
HB1050 Discrimination; prohibited in public accommodations, employment, credit, etc. incorporated
HB1051 Child-placing agencies; conscience clause, discrimination. dead
HB1052 Telecommunications services; provision by local governments. dead
HB1053 Voting systems; voter-verifiable paper record. signed by governor
HB1054 Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria. incorporated
HB1055 Virginia Redistricting Commission; established. dead
HB1056 Wellness and Opportunity, Commission on; established, report. signed by governor
HB1057 Health insurance; clinical nurse specialists. signed by governor
HB1058 Hate crimes; reporting to Department of State Police. incorporated
HB1059 Certified registered nurse anesthetists; prescriptive authority. signed by governor
HB1060 Ultrasound prior to abortion; physician civil penalty exemption. incorporated
HB1061 Campaign finance; committee depositories and reimbursement. signed by governor
HB1062 Political campaign advertisements; definition of campaign telephone calls, etc. signed by governor
HB1063 Suicide; abolishes the common-law crime. dead
HB1064 Richmond, City of; amending charter, residency of council members. signed by governor
HB1065 Animal cruelty videos and photos; prohibited, penalty. dead
HB1066 Driver of an overtaking vehicle; driver of an overtaken vehicle shall move to the right. signed by governor
HB1067 Electric utilities; net energy metering. dead
HB1068 Broadband service; prescriptive easements. dead
HB1069 Dairy milk cases or milk crates; unauthorized use. dead
HB1070 Expectorating in public places; repeals the crime. dead
HB1071 Profane swearing in public; removes the crime from Code. signed by governor
HB1072 Profane, threatening, or indecent language; use over public airways or by other methods. dead
HB1073 Tobacco and nicotine vapor products; parental educational information. signed by governor
HB1074 Harassing animals; certain species. signed by governor
HB1075 Home care organizations; public disclosure of complaints. dead
HB1076 Concealed weapons; sling bow. signed by governor
HB1077 Protective orders; filing of petition by a minor. dead
HB1078 Virginia Public Procurement Act; process for competitive negotiation, etc. signed by governor
HB1079 Weapons; possession in Capitol Square and legislative buildings, penalties. dead
HB1080 Firearms or other weapons; unauthorized to possess on school property. signed by governor
HB1081 School attendance officers; petitions for violation of a school attendance order. signed by governor
HB1082 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; definition of disaster, incidents involving cyber systems. signed by governor
HB1083 Minors; allowing access to firearms, Class 1 misdemeanor. signed by governor
HB1084 Surgical assistants; definition, licensure. enacted
HB1085 Public schools; potable water. dead
HB1086 Voting; restrictions on the basis of race. signed by governor
HB1087 High deductible health plans; funding deductibles through health savings accounts. dead
HB1088 Alcoholic beverage control; walking tour permit. signed by governor
HB1089 Public elementary schools; instruction on success sequence. dead
HB1090 Immunizations; regulations by State Board of Health. enacted
HB1091 Income tax, state; subtraction for public school teacher salaries. dead
HB1092 Motor Vehicles, Department of; management of records. signed by governor
HB1093 Prisoners; obtaining certain identification documentation upon release. signed by governor
HB1094 Certificate of public need; exempts physician-owned ambulatory surgery centers. dead
HB1095 Higher educational institutions, public; six-year plans, pricing structure and tuition discounting. dead
HB1096 Dead animals; makes it a Class 1 misdemeanor for any person to place within or on any church. signed by governor
HB1097 Health care services; estimate of cost of any procedure, etc. dead
HB1098 Administration, Secretary of; policy of Commonwealth regarding employment of certain individuals. signed by governor
HB1099 Rail construction or design; exempts high-risk contracts from required review. signed by governor
HB1100 State Inspector General; powers and duties. signed by governor
HB1101 Affordable housing; certain localities allowed to adopt dwelling unit ordinances. signed by governor
HB1102 Hampton Roads Regional Arena Authority; created, financing of a Hampton Roads arena and facility. signed by governor
HB1103 Ranked choice voting; elections for local governing bodies, local option pilot program. signed by governor
HB1104 Inclusionary housing; localities may create, etc., programs. dead
HB1105 Affordable housing; adds City of Charlottesville to list of localities with authority to provide. signed by governor
HB1106 Health insurance program for local government employees; transit companies. signed by governor
HB1107 Charlottesville, City of; amending charter, city organization. signed by governor
HB1108 City council salaries; removes the statutory salary caps for members. dead
HB1109 Income tax, corporate; combined reporting requirements, disclosures. dead
HB1110 Standards of Learning; history and social science, diverse people. incorporated
HB1111 Protective orders; issuance upon convictions for certain felonies, penalty. dead
HB1112 Employment; covenants not to compete. dead
HB1113 Health insurance program for local government employees; entities created by local governments. dead
HB1114 School principals; incident reports. dead
HB1115 Higher educational institutions, public; threat assessment team, data reporting. dead
HB1116 Political parties; notification of adoption of primary election, certification of candidates. dead
HB1117 Temporary detention order; transportation, change of provider. incorporated
HB1118 Involuntary admission order; transportation, transfer to local law enforcement. signed by governor
HB1119 Flavored tobacco products; sale prohibited, civil penalty. passed
HB1120 Tobacco products; tax on all tobacco products, penalties. dead
HB1121 Massage therapists; qualifications, license. signed by governor
HB1122 Public schools; electives on the Hebrew Scriptures/Old Testament and the New Testament. dead
HB1123 High school graduation requirements; certain substitutions. dead
HB1124 Yellow schools; authorization. dead
HB1125 Charitable Gaming Board; Texas Hold'em poker events. passed committee
HB1126 Abandoned, unattended, or immobile vehicles; minimum weight. signed by governor
HB1127 Therapeutic day treatment; definition. dead
HB1128 Discharge of deleterious substance into state waters; notice to State Water Control Board. incorporated
HB1129 Product safety; flame retardants, regulations, civil penalty. dead
HB1130 TANF eligibility; drug-related felonies. incorporated
HB1131 Solar energy projects; revenue share assessment. enacted
HB1132 Electric utility regulation; initial triennial review, requirements. dead
HB1133 Solar and wind energy; projects on previously developed project sites. enacted
HB1134 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; redefines small business. dead
HB1135 School resource officers; memorandums of understanding. incorporated
HB1136 Hazardous Waste Site Inventory; DEQ to publish, update annually. signed by governor
HB1137 TANF & Va. Initiative for Education & Work; hardship exception. signed by governor
HB1138 Higher educational institutions, public; exemption from out-of-state tuition rates. incorporated
HB1139 Students; screening and identifying for eligibility for certain programs. signed by governor
HB1140 Clean School Bus Grant Fund and Program; created and established. dead
HB1141 Health benefit plans; renewal of plans, special exception. signed by governor
HB1142 Alcoholic beverage control; possession, etc., of alcoholic beverages at school-sponsored activities. dead
HB1143 Local school boards; support services positions, licensed behavior analysts. signed by governor
HB1144 State parks; discounted rental and service fees, military and veterans. dead
HB1145 Pound River; designating as a Virginia scenic river. signed by governor
HB1146 Income tax, state; credit for existing business growth. dead
HB1147 Epinephrine; every public place may make available for administration. signed by governor
HB1148 Aging and Rehabilitative Services, Department of; reorganizes provisions. signed by governor
HB1149 Virginia Stock Corporation Act; clarifying and technical changes. enacted
HB1150 Inquiry and report of immigration status; persons charged with or convicted of certain crimes. signed by governor
HB1151 Plastic bag tax; use of revenues. dead
HB1152 Carbon dioxide cap and trade program; establishes program, etc. incorporated
HB1153 Evidence in criminal cases; duty to provide discovery, writs of actual innocence. incorporated
HB1154 Litter taxes; increases annual amount of tax. signed by governor
HB1155 Corporations and limited liability companies; reduced fees for new business entities. dead
HB1156 Historic rehabilitation; increases tax credit. dead
HB1157 Higher educational institutions, public; members of governing boards, student voting member. dead
HB1158 Marriage records; divorce and annulment reports, eliminates requirement for identification of race. incorporated
HB1159 Black Women's Heritage Month; designating as the month of June. dead
HB1160 Juneteenth; recognition of June 19th in Virginia. dead
HB1161 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; required disclosures, lead pipes. signed by governor
HB1162 Environmental Quality, Department of; definition of environmental justice. signed by governor
HB1163 Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; right to rent manufactured home upon eviction. incorporated
HB1164 Environmental Quality, Department of; policy statement. signed by governor
HB1165 Statewide electronic filing system; circuit courts, etc. dead
HB1166 Accounts filed by fiduciaries and reports filed by guardians; civil penalty. signed by governor
HB1167 Protective orders; petitioning court on behalf of incapacitated persons. dead
HB1168 Sexual abuse of certain children; penalty. dead
HB1169 Public elementary and secondary school teachers; probationary term of service. incorporated
HB1170 Regional electric utility programs; participation by Commonwealth. dead
HB1171 Solar farms; annual report of acreage, report. dead
HB1172 Electronic health records; digital format. dead
HB1173 Certified pollution control equipment and facilities; tax exemption, timing of certification. signed by governor
HB1174 Inhaled asthma medications; school nurse, etc., may administer to a student. signed by governor
HB1175 Firearms; use or display while committing felony, penalty. dead
HB1176 Sexual assault nurse examiners; place of practice. signed by governor
HB1177 School board policies; homework assignments, Internet connection. dead
HB1178 Higher educational institutions, baccalaureate public; websites, certain information. dead
HB1179 Higher educational institutions, public; in-state tuition, refugees. signed by governor
HB1180 Misdemeanor; reduces maximum term of confinement. dead
HB1181 Protective order; violation of provisions, venue. signed by governor
HB1182 Protective order; family abuse, financial or other relief, temporary spousal support. dead
HB1183 Bulk energy storage resources; State Corporation Commission. signed by governor
HB1184 Distributed solar & other renewable energy; sales of electricity under third-party agreements. signed by governor
HB1185 Nicotine vapor products; sale, penalties. dead
HB1186 Disposal of solid waste fees; Russell County. signed by governor
HB1187 Alcoholic beverage control; distiller licenses, Internet orders and shipments. dead
HB1188 Bear hunting license; inclusion in license to hunt deer and turkey. dead
HB1189 Coal and Energy Worker Relief Task Force; established, report. dead
HB1190 Land used for agricultural purposes; throwing or depositing certain materials or substances. dead
HB1191 Installation of certain facilities by developer; reimbursement. dead
HB1192 Hazardous Substance Aboveground Storage Tank Fund; created. dead
HB1193 Tech Talent Investment Program; eligibility for grant payments. dead
HB1194 Dairy Producer Margin Coverage Premium Assistance Program; established. dead
HB1195 Va. Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; notice of termination to contain legal services information. dead
HB1196 Driver's license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. signed by governor
HB1197 Higher educational institutions, public; certain students, eligibility for in-state tuition. dead
HB1198 Workforce Development, Virginia Board of; membership, updates as a response to federal law. signed by governor
HB1199 Employee misclassification; retaliatory actions prohibited, civil penalty. signed by governor
HB1200 Virginia Human Rights Act; creation of cause of action for discrimination. incorporated
HB1201 Virginia Public Procurement Act; determination of nonresponsibility, local option. signed by governor
HB1202 Project labor agreements; public procurement by local governments. incorporated
HB1203 Prevailing wage; public works contracts with localities, penalty. dead
HB1204 Fall cankerworm; spraying prohibited except through opt-in program. dead
HB1205 Discharge deleterious substance in state waters; notice to citizens if detrimental to public health. signed by governor
HB1206 Guardian ad litem; compensation, order of the court. dead
HB1207 Police and court records; expungement, certain misdemeanor and felony larceny convictions. dead
HB1208 Students, certain; waiver to access student transportation in certain cases. signed by governor
HB1209 New Americans, Office of; created within Department of Social Services. signed by governor
HB1210 Minority language accessibility; voting and election materials. signed by governor
HB1211 Driver privilege cards; definitions, effective date, report. enacted
HB1212 Personal motor vehicle insurance policy; compliance with terms and conditions. dead
HB1213 Summonses; authority of local government employees to issue for violations of local ordinances. signed by governor
HB1214 Family day homes; licensure threshold. dead
HB1215 Biometric data; employer policy on storage, protection, and destruction, civil penalty. dead
HB1216 State of good repair funds; bridges subject to repeated flooding. dead
HB1217 Transportation, Department of; at-risk infrastructure, report. signed by governor
HB1218 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use of campaign funds, civil penalty. incorporated
HB1219 Taxation, Department of; period of limitations, amended returns, refunds. dead
HB1220 Income tax, state; amended return notice, interest accrual period. passed senate
HB1221 One-stop small business; permitting program, written guidance. signed by governor
HB1222 Notaries; satisfactory evidence of identity, persons in nursing homes or assisted living facilities. signed by governor
HB1223 Higher educational institutions, public; foundations, annual reporting requirements, VCCS exempt. signed by governor
HB1224 Geriatric prisoners; conditional release, exceptions. dead
HB1225 Electric utilities; notice before terminating service. signed by governor
HB1226 Higher educational institutions, public; collection of debts by hospitals affiliated w/institutions. signed by governor
HB1227 Unmanned aerial systems; local regulation. dead
HB1228 Fair Employment Contracting Act; annual training on sexual harassment policy. signed by governor
HB1229 Manufactured home parks; sale of park, notice, rights of association. incorporated
HB1230 Certificate of public need; criteria for determination of need. dead
HB1231 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; crisis intervention team training. signed by governor
HB1232 Vacant building registration; Town of Timberville. signed by governor
HB1233 Dayton, Town of; amending charter, organizational and technical changes. signed by governor
HB1234 Historical African American cemeteries; adds Newtown Cemetery in City of Harrisonburg. incorporated
HB1235 Religious-exempt child day centers; staff-to-children ratios. signed by governor
HB1236 Lane filtering; motorcycles. dead
HB1237 Beehive distribution program; changes process for granting of basic beehive units. signed by governor
HB1238 Political campaign advertisements; print media requirements. signed by governor
HB1239 Persons permitted to work in mines; age requirements. dead
HB1240 Legal services plans; registration information or fees. signed by governor
HB1241 Income tax, state; modifications for certain companies in economically distressed localities. dead
HB1242 Broadband service; authority of localities to provide. dead
HB1243 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; affected local jurisdictions and public entities. dead
HB1244 Virginia Telephone Privacy Protection Act; telephone solicitation calls. signed by governor
HB1245 Toll lane enforcement; Midtown Tunnel and Downtown Tunnel. dead
HB1246 Commonwealth of Virginia Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2020; created. signed by governor
HB1247 Capital outlay plan; updates six-year plan for projects. passed senate
HB1248 Capital outlay bill; timing of required submission. signed by governor
HB1249 Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; manufactured home park, termination due to sale of park, notice. signed by governor
HB1250 Virginia Community Policing Act; data collection and reporting requirement. signed by governor
HB1251 Health insurance; definitions, payment to out-of-network providers, emergency services. signed by governor
HB1252 Registered apprenticeship programs; prohibited discrimination. enacted
HB1253 Virginia Defense Force; maximum age for recruitment. signed by governor
HB1254 Redistricting; population data, reallocation of prison populations. dead
HB1255 Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria. enacted
HB1256 Virginia Redistricting Advisory Commission; established. dead
HB1257 Drinking water supplies and waterworks; maximum contaminant levels, effective date, report. signed by governor
HB1258 Coordinator of emergency services; West Point. signed by governor
HB1259 Parking; regulation by certain counties and towns. signed by governor
HB1260 Athletic Training, Advisory Board on; membership. signed by governor
HB1261 Athletic trainers; naloxone or other opioid antagonist. signed by governor
HB1262 Transient occupancy tax; certain counties. signed by governor
HB1263 Drug Control Act; adds certain chemicals to Schedule I of Act. signed by governor
HB1264 Nonpublic service companies, certain; conveyance of right-of-way usage. dead
HB1265 Consumer finance companies; loans, licensing. incorporated
HB1266 Septic system inspectors; requirements to perform a septic system inspection. signed by governor
HB1267 Land bank entities; planning district commissions. signed by governor
HB1268 Constitutional amendment; personal property tax exemption for motor vehicle of a disable veteran. signed by governor
HB1269 Veterans Services Foundation; board of trustees assisted by volunteers, etc. signed by governor
HB1270 Historic Triangle; state sales and use tax. dead
HB1271 Nonpublic service companies, certain; conveyance of right-of-way usage. signed by governor
HB1272 Hunting license; senior resident lifetime license for hunting bear, deer, and turkey. signed by governor
HB1273 Organ, eye, or tissue transplantation; discrimination prohibited. signed by governor
HB1274 School Construction Fund and Program; created and established. dead
HB1275 Veteran Student Transition Grant Fund and Program; established. signed by governor
HB1276 School boards; career and technical education, academic and career plans, contents. signed by governor
HB1277 Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments. dead
HB1278 License plates, special; NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE. dead
HB1279 Animal shelters; confinement and disposition of animals. dead
HB1280 Electric utilities; broadband capacity. signed by governor
HB1281 Southwestern Va. Mental Health Institute; Governor to lease a portion of property to Smyth County. dead
HB1282 License to hunt, trap, or fish; exemption for member of federally recognized Indian tribe. dead
HB1283 Tobacco products retailers; registration, purchase, possession, and sale of products, penalties. dead
HB1284 Correctional facilities; use of isolated confinement. signed by governor
HB1285 Local electoral boards; office vacated if board member ceases to be qualified voter of county, etc. signed by governor
HB1286 Group homes and children's residential facilities; limit on number of license applications. dead
HB1287 Firearms dealer; employees. dead
HB1288 Firearms; purchase, possession, etc., following certain convictions, penalty. dead
HB1289 Humane Cosmetics Act; civil penalties. dead
HB1290 Pharmacy benefits managers; licensure and regulation. signed by governor
HB1291 Medical assistance services; managed care organization contracts with pharmacy benefits managers. signed by governor
HB1292 Health insurance; carrier contracts with pharmacy benefits managers. incorporated
HB1293 Shirley Gate Road; extension in Fairfax County, funding. dead
HB1294 English language learner students, certain; removal from certain calculations. dead
HB1295 Fossil fuel investments; tax on electric utilities. dead
HB1296 Motor vehicle title loans, payday loans, consumer finance loans, etc.; interest rate. incorporated
HB1297 State Corporation Commission; increases number of members. dead
HB1298 Electric utility regulation; approval of generating facilities. dead
HB1299 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use, child care exception. incorporated
HB1300 Virginia Public Procurement Act; statute of limitations on actions on construction contracts. signed by governor
HB1301 Children's Ombudsman, Office of the; established. signed by governor
HB1302 Deputy sheriffs; minimum salary. dead
HB1303 Nuclear energy; strategic plan for overall goal of carbon-free energy. signed by governor
HB1304 Pharmacy technicians and pharmacy technician trainees; registration. signed by governor
HB1305 Harry F. Byrd, Sr., statue; removal from Capitol Square. dead
HB1306 Renewable energy storage projects; brownfields and reclaimed lands, regulations. dead
HB1307 Hunting laws; Department to develop booklet including novice section. dead
HB1308 Stormwater management; grandfathered land-disturbing activities. dead
HB1309 Higher educational institutions, public; entrance requirements, computer coding. dead
HB1310 Environmental Quality, Department of; notice of disposal of certain fill materials. signed by governor
HB1311 Project labor agreements; public procurement. incorporated
HB1312 Dangerous weapons; prohibits possessing or transporting in local government buildings. dead
HB1313 Chief Resilience Officer; Governor to designate. signed by governor
HB1314 Chief Resiliency Officer; Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security to designate. dead
HB1315 Higher educational institutions, public; students, determination of domicile. signed by governor
HB1316 Standards of Quality; work-based learning, teacher leaders and mentors, principal mentors. dead
HB1317 Industrial hemp grower; public notice, buffer zone, odor mitigation. dead
HB1318 Motion picture production tax credit; media-related exemptions, extends sunset provision. signed by governor
HB1319 Higher education; public-private partnerships, cloud computing, artificial intelligence. dead
HB1320 Demographic statements for bills; preparation by JLARC. dead
HB1321 Guardianship; supported decision making. dead
HB1322 Higher educational institutions, public; admissions applications, criminal history of applicant. dead
HB1323 Instructional positions; students identified as having limited English proficiency. incorporated
HB1324 Juvenile and domestic relations district court; intake procedures. signed by governor
HB1325 Racial inequity; repeals numerous obsolete and discriminatory Acts. signed by governor
HB1326 Teachers; placed on probation, notice of dismissal. incorporated
HB1327 Property taxes; generating equipment of electric suppliers utilizing wind turbines. signed by governor
HB1328 Offender medical and mental health information and records; exchange of information to facility. signed by governor
HB1329 Chesapeake Bay Preservation Areas; local governments to designate Areas, etc. dead
HB1330 Child pornography; possession, distribution, production, publication, sale, financing, etc. signed by governor
HB1331 Health insurance; in-network guarantees. dead
HB1332 Telehealth services; definitions, report. signed by governor
HB1333 Landlord and tenant; damage insurance shall conform to certain criteria. signed by governor
HB1334 Insurance data security; required programs and notifications. signed by governor
HB1335 SCHEV; Director of Council to appoint student advisory committee. signed by governor
HB1336 Family life education; SOL and curriculum guidelines, contemporary community standards. signed by governor
HB1337 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; disclosure. signed by governor
HB1338 Smoking; prohibited in multi-unit residential building, civil penalty. dead
HB1339 Securities Act; equity crowdfunding exemption. signed by governor
HB1340 Revision of Title 55; technical amendments relating to the revision and recodification. signed by governor
HB1341 Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Law; applicability. signed by governor
HB1342 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; required disclosures, lead pipe. enacted
HB1343 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming. incorporated
HB1344 Teacher licensure; written reprimand, suspension. signed by governor
HB1345 Richmond, City of; arena and development project. dead
HB1346 Attorney fees; control of court. signed by governor
HB1347 Expanded polystyrene food service containers; prohibition on dispensing, civil penalty. incorporated
HB1348 Overweight permits; forest products. signed by governor
HB1349 Agriculture and Consumer Services, Department of; removes references to Division of Marketing. signed by governor
HB1350 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; sworn members of DMV. dead
HB1351 Temporary detention; expands category of individuals who may evaluate a person. dead
HB1352 Solid waste disposal; unpermitted sites and open dumps, regulation and cleanup. signed by governor
HB1353 Federal acts; meat and poultry. signed by governor
HB1354 Plastic Waste Prevention Advisory Council; established. signed by governor
HB1355 Community schools; establishment, community programs, etc. signed by governor
HB1356 Informed consent; medication-based abortion. dead
HB1357 Wildlife or fish; sale of mounts permitted. dead
HB1358 Income tax, state; eliminating liability. dead
HB1359 Jurisdiction of civil claims; amending amount of claim, transfer of matter, etc. signed by governor
HB1360 Utility bills; statement of environmental law compliance. dead
HB1361 Truck Manufacturing Grant Fund; created. signed by governor
HB1362 General registrars; certification requirement, removal from office. signed by governor
HB1363 Veterinary medicine and veterinary technology; licensure exemption for student practice, etc. dead
HB1364 Resource Protection Areas; improvement plans. dead
HB1365 Imitation nicotine vapor products; manufacture, sale, or distribution, penalty. dead
HB1366 Resource Protection Areas; program to remediate septic systems in recurrently flooded areas. dead
HB1367 Higher educational institutions, public; in-state tuition, volunteer firefighters and EMS providers. dead
HB1368 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school security officers. incorporated
HB1369 Land bank entities; conflict of interests. signed by governor
HB1370 Sentence credits; rate at which credits may be earned. incorporated
HB1371 TANF; diversionary cash assistance. signed by governor
HB1372 Vapor products; licensing of retailers. dead
HB1373 Flood Resiliency Clearing House Program; developed by Department of Conservation and Recreation. dead
HB1374 Reckless driving; exceeding speed limit. incorporated
HB1375 Living shorelines; resiliency. signed by governor
HB1376 Virginia Wireless Service Authority Act; appointments to board. signed by governor
HB1377 Architectural and engineering contracts; certain localities. dead
HB1378 Pleadings, motions, and other papers; signature defects. signed by governor
HB1379 Campgrounds; inherent risks, liability. dead
HB1380 Uniform Directed Trust Act; codifies Act. signed by governor
HB1381 Special education; due process hearings, nonattorney representatives. dead
HB1382 Firearms; control in local government buildings, waiver of sovereign immunity. dead
HB1383 Virginia Lottery; Internet sales. signed by governor
HB1384 Health insurance; provider contracts, business practices, penalties. dead
HB1385 Insurance benefits; certain retired employees of political subdivisions. signed by governor
HB1386 Death penalty; severe mental illness. dead
HB1387 Certificate of public need; definition of 'medical care facility,' projects filed on/before 12/2017. dead
HB1388 Public school accreditation; triennial review. signed by governor
HB1389 Transportation funds; use of funds for projects. dead
HB1390 Rural Transportation Fund; created. dead
HB1391 Deeds of trust; fiduciary duties. dead
HB1392 FOIA Ombudsman; powers and duties, report. dead
HB1393 Nutrient credit trading; adjacent hydrologic unit code. dead
HB1394 Family life education programs; materials, summaries. signed by governor
HB1395 Mary Washington, University of, et al.; in-state for students. dead
HB1396 Interior lights; operator requirements. dead
HB1397 Income tax, state; subtractions for volunteer firefighters, etc. dead
HB1398 Virginia Public Procurement Act; historic landmarks, preference for goods and services. dead
HB1399 Solemn Covenant of the States to Award Prizes for Curing Diseases; establishes compact. dead
HB1400 High school graduation requirements; English as a second language courses. dead
HB1401 Landlord and tenant; remedy for unlawful ouster, ex parte issuance of order to recover possession. signed by governor
HB1402 Polling place procedures; election officer shall verify with voter his full name and address, etc. signed by governor
HB1403 Health insurance; cost-sharing payments for prescription insulin drugs. incorporated
HB1404 Canadian Prescription Drug Importation Program; established, report. dead
HB1405 Prescription drugs for the treatment of diabetes; price transparency, civil penalty. dead
HB1406 Historical Statues in the United States Capitol, Commission for; removal of Robert E. Lee statue. signed by governor
HB1407 Misclassification of employees as independent contractors; Department of Taxation to investigate. signed by governor
HB1408 Cornhole; designating as official tailgate game of the Commonwealth. dead
HB1409 Second Amendment sanctuary status; budgeting decisions. dead
HB1410 Food stamps; Restaurant Meals Program. signed by governor
HB1411 Fiduciaries; good faith reliance on certificate of qualification of a personal representative. signed by governor
HB1412 Third-party settlement organizations; reporting of payments. in subcommittee
HB1413 Commonwealth's tax system; conformity with the Internal Revenue Code. signed by governor
HB1414 Transportation; amends numerous laws related to funds, safety programs, revenue sources, etc. enacted
HB1415 School library clerical personnel; ratios of positions to students. dead
HB1416 Animal care; zoos and petting zoos, seizure of animals. dead
HB1417 Income tax, state; reporting requirements for partnerships. signed by governor
HB1418 Virginia Human Rights Act; discrimination on the basis of sex, sexual harassment. dead
HB1419 School resource officers and school security officers; training standards. signed by governor
HB1420 Landlord and tenant; charge for late payment of rent, restrictions. enacted
HB1421 Pollbooks; requirement for printed copies. signed by governor
HB1422 Chesapeake Bay watershed implementation plan initiatives; nutrient management plans for cropland. signed by governor
HB1423 Orders of restitution; enforcement. dead
HB1424 American Revolutionary 250 Commission; established, membership, report, sunset provision. signed by governor
HB1425 Marriage records; divorce and annulment reports, identification of race. incorporated
HB1426 School boards; availability of school meals to students, effective date. signed by governor
HB1427 Passing stopped school bus; vendor, administrative fee. signed by governor
HB1428 Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; created. signed by governor
HB1429 Health insurance; nondiscrimination, gender identity or transgender status. signed by governor
HB1430 Industrial hemp extract; approval as food or ingredient, regulations. signed by governor
HB1431 Art and Architectural Review Board; changes number of citizen members, staggered terms of members. signed by governor
HB1432 Early childhood care and education programs, certain; parents of enrolled children. dead
HB1433 Criminal history information; destruction of information for certain charges and convictions. dead
HB1434 Local tax; amount of exemption for solar energy equipment. signed by governor
HB1435 Low-income taxpayers; refundable income tax credit. dead
HB1436 Virginia Spirits Board and Virginia Spirits Promotion Fund; established, report. signed by governor
HB1437 Juveniles; confinement for violation of court order. signed by governor
HB1438 I-64; Commission to impose tolls in HOT lanes on certain portions. signed by governor
HB1439 Transportation safety; adopting several initiatives. passed senate
HB1440 Juveniles; trial as an adult. incorporated
HB1441 Financial institutions; small loans prohibited, penalty. dead
HB1442 Photo speed monitoring devices; civil penalty. enacted
HB1443 Teachers; biennial compensation review, report. signed by governor
HB1444 Discovery in criminal cases; duty to provide. dead
HB1445 Reproductive health services; health benefit plans to cover costs of specified health care services. dead
HB1446 School buildings; assessment by local school board. dead
HB1447 Firearms, loaded; carrying in public while under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs. dead
HB1448 Menhaden; management of the fishery. enacted
HB1449 Physicians; medical specialty board certification options. dead
HB1450 Electric utility regulation; energy efficiency standard. passed senate
HB1451 Electric utility regulation; mandatory renewable energy portfolio standard. passed senate
HB1452 Temporary detention; observation, testing, or treatment. enacted
HB1453 Acute psychiatric bed registry; DBHDS shall establish work group to evaluate, etc. signed by governor
HB1454 Erosion and sediment control, stormwater, and Chesapeake Bay; consolidation of preservation laws. dead
HB1455 Unpaid tolls; toll facility operators authorized to mail invoices. dead
HB1456 Medical assistance services; managed care organization contracts with pharmacy providers. dead
HB1457 Securities Act; exemption for certain nonissuer distributions. signed by governor
HB1458 Water protection permits; administrative withdrawal of application. signed by governor
HB1459 Pharmacy benefits managers; managers to register with the Commissioner of the Bureau of Insurance. incorporated
HB1460 Cannabidiol oil and THC-A oil; certification for use of oil. signed by governor
HB1461 Appeal from bail, bond, or recognizance order; a court may stay the execution. dead
HB1462 Admission to bail; rebuttable presumptions against bail. signed by governor
HB1463 Court Reporters, Virginia Board for; created, report. dead
HB1464 Restrict nutrient credit usage; local authority. dead
HB1465 Naloxone; possession and administration, employee or person acting on behalf of a public place. incorporated
HB1466 Naloxone; possession and administration. incorporated
HB1467 Prisoners; obtaining certain identification documentation upon release. signed by governor
HB1468 Secretary of Health and Human Resources; work group to study information about opioid overdoses. dead
HB1469 Teachers employed in accredited private elementary and secondary schools; provisional licenses. signed by governor
HB1470 Firearms ordinances; applicability to property located in multiple localities. dead
HB1471 Firearms ordinances; property in multiple localities, affirmative defense. dead
HB1472 Court Reporters, Virginia Board for; created. dead
HB1473 Surrogacy contracts; provisions requiring abortion or selective reduction unenforceable. dead
HB1474 Short-term rentals; regulation by locality. in subcommittee
HB1475 Assault and battery against a family or household member; prior conviction, mandatory minimum term. dead
HB1476 Motor vehicle dealers; advertising. dead
HB1477 Application for public assistance; eligibility, review of records. dead
HB1478 Frozen embryos; required disclosures. dead
HB1479 Pharmacy benefits managers; managers to register with the Commissioner of the Bureau of Insurance. incorporated
HB1480 Pet shops; local regulation on sale of animals. dead
HB1481 Security Enhancement Grant Fund; created. dead
HB1482 Involuntary admission or certification of eligibility order; clarifies provisions governing appeals. signed by governor
HB1483 Percentage of Income Payment Program; created. dead
HB1484 Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act; created. dead
HB1485 Firearms; regulation by localities, workplace rules, limitation. dead
HB1486 Place of religious worship; carrying dangerous weapon. dead
HB1487 Gun safes; exemption from sales tax for sales of safes. dead
HB1488 Virginia Public Procurement Act; definitions, clarification of 'best value.' dead
HB1489 Disease prevention and control; immunizations. incorporated
HB1490 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. signed by governor
HB1491 Student voters; public high schools to provide Virginia voter registration information. signed by governor
HB1492 Parksley, Town of; amending charter, mayor and six members of council shall be elected in November. signed by governor
HB1493 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school resource officers. incorporated
HB1494 Health insurance; payment to out-of-network providers, emergency services. incorporated
HB1495 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school resource officers. signed by governor
HB1496 Disabled veterans and surviving spouses; state subsidy of property tax exemptions. dead
HB1497 Fertilizer contractor-applicator; application pursuant to nutrient management plan. dead
HB1498 Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Grant Program and Fund; created. signed by governor
HB1499 Virginia Gun Violence Intervention and Prevention Fund; created. signed by governor
HB1500 Pendente lite spousal support; guidelines. signed by governor
HB1501 Spousal support; modification of support. signed by governor
HB1502 Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty. incorporated
HB1503 Health insurance; coverage for autism spectrum disorder, individual and small group markets. signed by governor
HB1504 Corporate notes; investment of funds. dead
HB1505 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; small business grant funds. enacted
HB1506 Pharmacists; initiating of treatment with and dispensing and administering of controlled substances. signed by governor
HB1507 Marijuana; possession. dead
HB1508 School counselors; minimum staffing ratio. signed by governor
HB1509 Virginia Food Access Investment Program and Fund; established and created, report. signed by governor
HB1510 Weapons; carrying into building owned or used by the Commonwealth or political subdivision thereof. dead
HB1511 Towing fees; raises to $30 additional fee that can be charged for towing a vehicle at night, etc. signed by governor
HB1512 Virginia Human Rights Act; pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, causes of action. incorporated
HB1513 Health insurance; credits for retired school division employees. signed by governor
HB1514 Virginia Human Rights Act; racial discrimination, hair. signed by governor
HB1515 School boards; staffing ratios of school counselors. dead
HB1516 Landlord and tenant; certain owners of residential rental property. dead
HB1517 Police and court records; expungement of records for misdemeanor and nonviolent felony convictions. dead
HB1518 Primary and secondary highways; compensation of counties for certain construction. signed by governor
HB1519 Commission to Study Slavery and Subsequent De Jure and De Facto Racial and Economic Discrimination. signed by governor
HB1520 Real property tax; homestead tax relief. dead
HB1521 Central State Colony, etc.; repeals various Chapters relating to establishment. signed by governor
HB1522 Forfeiture of property used in connection with the commission of crimes; finding of guilt required. signed by governor
HB1523 Historical African American Cemeteries and Graves Fund; created. signed by governor
HB1524 Prostitution; touching the unclothed genitals or anus of another, penalty. signed by governor
HB1525 Tribal Land Repatriation Program and Fund; created, report. dead
HB1526 Electric utility regulation; environmental goals. signed by governor
HB1527 Conflict of Interests Act, State & Local Gov't, and FOIA; training requirements for ex. directors. signed by governor
HB1528 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; disclosure by executive directors & members. signed by governor
HB1529 Higher educational institutions, governing boards, donations, gifts, etc. signed by governor
HB1530 No-fault divorce; corroboration requirement. dead
HB1531 Drug disposal; Bd. of Pharmacy to develop public awareness of proper methods. signed by governor
HB1532 Corrections, Department of; earned sentence credits. dead
HB1533 Motion picture production; increases aggregate cap on amount of tax credits. dead
HB1534 Town taxes; collection by county. signed by governor
HB1535 Overtime compensation; penalties. dead
HB1536 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. incorporated
HB1537 War memorials for veterans; removal, relocation, etc. signed by governor
HB1538 Commonwealth Transportation Interstate 81 Corridor Bond Act of 2020; created. incorporated
HB1539 Peer-to-peer vehicle sharing platforms; establishes requirement. dead
HB1540 Behavioral health providers; barrier crimes, exceptions. signed by governor
HB1541 Central Virginia Transportation Authority; created. enacted
HB1542 Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumption, DMV officers. dead
HB1543 Minimum wage and workers' compensation; inmates as employees. dead
HB1544 Children; strip searches. enacted
HB1545 Discretionary sentencing guideline midpoints; act of domestic terrorism enhancement. dead
HB1546 Health benefit plans; bills for emergency services, surprise bills, dispute resolution. incorporated
HB1547 Higher educational institutions, public; eligibility for in-state tuition. signed by governor
HB1548 Common interest communities; termination of condominium, respective interests of unit owners. signed by governor
HB1549 Certificate of public need; criteria for determining need. signed by governor
HB1550 Franchises; covenants not to compete. dead
HB1551 Abortion; fetal dismemberment prohibited. dead
HB1552 Tethering animals; adequate shelter and space. signed by governor
HB1553 Debt settlement services providers; licensure and regulation by State Corporation Commission. signed by governor
HB1554 Public schools; Mental Health First Aid training every three years. incorporated
HB1555 Income tax, state and corporate; deduction for commuter benefits provided by an employer. dead
HB1556 Political campaign advertisements; authorization statement, name of candidate defined. signed by governor
HB1557 Appointed school boards; members, salaries. dead
HB1558 Workers' compensation; Ombudsman program created. signed by governor
HB1559 Prescription drug price transparency; penalties. dead
HB1560 Transportation, Department of; primary evacuation routes. signed by governor
HB1561 Fort Monroe Authority; civil actions in general district court. signed by governor
HB1562 Music therapy; definition of music therapist, licensure. signed by governor
HB1563 Sex offenders in emergency shelters; notification, registration, penalty. dead
HB1564 Impact fees; residential development. dead
HB1565 Blackstone, Town of; amending charter, advisory referendums. signed by governor
HB1566 Industrial hemp; definition, maximum THC concentration. dead
HB1567 Health insurance; coverage for certain infertility treatments. incorporated
HB1568 Technical professional licenses; military science endorsement. signed by governor
HB1569 Dams; disclosure statements. signed by governor
HB1570 Tobacco products, etc.; possession by persons under 21 years of age. signed by governor
HB1571 Elizabeth River Crossings; termination of contract with Department of Transportation. dead
HB1572 Front Royal, Town of; industrial development authorities. signed by governor
HB1573 Rabid animals; Class 1 misdemeanor. signed by governor
HB1574 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use of campaign funds, civil penalty. incorporated
HB1575 Merchants' capital tax; separate classification, retailers. signed by governor
HB1576 Electric utility regulation; energy efficiency programs. signed by governor
HB1577 Tow truck drivers; criminal history, information, registration. enacted
HB1578 Appointed school boards; members, salaries. incorporated
HB1579 Presumption of death; missing person report. dead
HB1580 Deeds not taxable; deeds involving only spouses. signed by governor
HB1581 Delinquent real property taxes; correction of tax records. signed by governor
HB1582 Delinquent tax lands; threshold for nonjudicial sale. signed by governor
HB1583 Treasurers, local; power to summon taxpayers and other persons. dead
HB1584 Business advisory committee; established. dead
HB1585 Altavista, Town of; discounted water and sewer fees. signed by governor
HB1586 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; allocation of funds. signed by governor
HB1587 Investment of public funds; ratings agencies. signed by governor
HB1588 Oversize and overweight vehicles; route designation to bypass City of Lexington. stricken
HB1589 Virginia Lottery Board; regulation of electronic gaming devices, penalty. dead
HB1590 Air cannons; local regulation. dead
HB1591 Virginia long rifle; designating as the official firearm of the Commonwealth. dead
HB1592 Deferred dispositions; larceny, probation. incorporated
HB1593 Historical African American cemeteries; adds a cemetery in Buckingham County. incorporated
HB1594 Health insurance; mandated coverage for hearing aids for minors. dead
HB1595 Alcoholic beverage control; transfer of wine. dead
HB1596 Workers' compensation; psychological injuries. incorporated
HB1597 GO Virginia grants; matching funds. signed by governor
HB1598 James River; designating as a State Scenic River. signed by governor
HB1599 School boards; staffing ratios for librarians. dead
HB1600 Volunteer firefighters and emergency medical services providers; leaves of absence from work. dead
HB1601 Staunton River; designating as State Scenic River. signed by governor
HB1602 Governor's New Airline Service Incentive Fund; created. signed by governor
HB1603 Traffic incident management vehicles; definition. dead
HB1604 Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; boat ramp fees; exemptions. signed by governor
HB1605 Partition of property; in partition actions the court shall order an appraisal of property. signed by governor
HB1606 Hospitals; notice and consent, out-of-network providers. dead
HB1607 Offshore wind generation facilities; development of facilities. incorporated
HB1608 Fort Monroe Authority; exemption from the Virginia Personnel Act. signed by governor
HB1609 Nutrient and sediment credit generation and transfer; limits certain transfers to private sector. signed by governor
HB1610 Employment health and safety standards; heat illness prevention. dead
HB1611 Dublin, Town of; highway maintenance projects. signed by governor
HB1612 Grays Creek; designating as component of Virginia Scenic Rivers System. signed by governor
HB1613 Public school teachers; technical professional licenses, eligibility criteria. signed by governor
HB1614 Victims of human trafficking; affirmative defense to prosecution for certain offenses. dead
HB1615 Recordation tax; supplemental writings. signed by governor
HB1616 Hopewell, City of; amending charter, issuance of bonds. signed by governor
HB1617 Group Violence Intervention Board; established, Division of Group Violence Intervention, etc. dead
HB1618 Multi-jurisdiction grand jury; investigations. dead
HB1619 Income tax, state; subtraction for low-income military veterans with a service-connected disability. dead
HB1620 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for employers of National Guard members. dead
HB1621 Virginia Urban Agriculture Advisory Council; created, report. dead
HB1622 Open-Space Lands Preservation Trust Fund; acquisition of interests in property. signed by governor
HB1623 Open-space preservation; increases fee for every writing document and instrument admitted to record. signed by governor
HB1624 Trees; conservation during land development process. dead
HB1625 Veterans; war memorials. incorporated
HB1626 Capitol Police; concurrent jurisdiction. signed by governor
HB1627 Threats and harassment of certain officials and property; venue. signed by governor
HB1628 Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative; prohibition on participation by Commonwealth. dead
HB1629 Regional transportation sector emissions programs; participation by Commonwealth. dead
HB1630 Public schools; extension of provisional teacher licensure. signed by governor
HB1631 Charlotte County; additional sales and use tax imposed. signed by governor
HB1632 Hunting on Sunday; public lands. dead
HB1633 Education, Board of; school modernization loan interest rate subsidy payments, eligibility. dead
HB1634 Shared solar programs; electric utility regulation, etc. enacted
HB1635 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; labor organizations. signed by governor
HB1636 Mountain ridges; prohibition on construction, local ordinance. dead
HB1637 Circuit court clerks; vendor fee for collection and delivery of filings. dead
HB1638 Institutional racial segregation and discrimination; repeals several Acts. signed by governor
HB1639 Rural lands; DEQ shall convene work group to discuss issue of disposal of debris on lands. signed by governor
HB1640 Electronic communication service or remote computing service; obtaining records. dead
HB1641 Coal ash ponds; definitions, testing private wells and public water supply wells, etc. signed by governor
HB1642 Coal ash ponds; definitions, well monitoring program, wells near ponds. signed by governor
HB1643 Election day; extending polling hours from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. incorporated
HB1644 Vehicles stopped at crosswalks; prohibition on passing. dead
HB1645 Virginia Citizens Redistricting Commission; established. dead
HB1646 Contractors, Board for; misclassification of worker prohibited. signed by governor
HB1647 Distributed renewable energy; sale of electricity under third-party sales agreements. enacted
HB1648 Correctional facilities, state; treatment of prisoners known to be pregnant. signed by governor
HB1649 Health care; decision making, end of life, penalties. dead
HB1650 Small Business Procurement Enhancement Program; established, report. dead
HB1651 Corrections, Department of; hepatitis C antiviral medication. dead
HB1652 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit, agricultural best management practices. dead
HB1653 School counselors; staffing ratios, report. signed by governor
HB1654 Schedule VI controlled substances and hypodermic syringes and needles; limited-use license. signed by governor
HB1655 Landowners; sale of certain property by locality, tax delinquent property. signed by governor
HB1656 Electric utilities; incentive programs for low-income customers. signed by governor
HB1657 Virginia Recreational Facilities Authority; dissolution of Authority, conveyance of property. dead
HB1658 Adult protective services; creates central registry. dead
HB1659 Health insurance; carrier contracts with pharmacy benefits managers. incorporated
HB1660 Online Virginia Network Authority; adds President of James Madison University as member, etc. signed by governor
HB1661 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming. incorporated
HB1662 Adoption by stepparent; background check. dead
HB1663 Discrimination; prohibited in public accommodations, etc., causes of action. passed senate
HB1664 Electric utilities; offshore wind generation facilities development. enacted
HB1665 Sports officials; person who commits battery against official, penalty. dead
HB1666 People with disabilities that can impair communication; vehicle registration. signed by governor
HB1667 Marine Resources Commission; member occupations. dead
HB1668 Menhaden; adjusts the annual total allowable landings. dead
HB1669 Landlord and tenant; charge for late payment of rent, restrictions. incorporated
HB1670 Pharmaceutical processors; cannabidiol oil, permit to operate processor. signed by governor
HB1671 Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of retail on-and-off premises, etc. dead
HB1672 Handheld personal communications device; use by the operator of a motor vehicle. dead
HB1673 Plastic bag tax; use of revenues. incorporated
HB1674 Eastern Virginia Groundwater Management Area; provisional surface water withdrawal permit. dead
HB1675 Solar energy facilities; definitions, siting agreement with host locality. signed by governor
HB1676 Consolidated corporate income tax; returns of affiliated corporations. dead
HB1677 Electric utility regulation; retail customer choice. dead
HB1678 Election day; extending polling hours from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. signed by governor
HB1679 Business licenses; acceptable identification. signed by governor
HB1680 Career and Technical Education Work-Based Learning Guide; Board of Education to review and revise. signed by governor
HB1681 Virginia Charitable Gaming Board; electronic versions of instant bingo, pull tabs or seal cards. signed by governor
HB1682 Health benefit plans; coding for adverse childhood experiences. dead
HB1683 Diagnostic medical sonography; definition, certification. dead
HB1684 Public and private employers; earned paid sick time for employees. incorporated
HB1685 Short-term rentals; no locality shall require a person to register, etc. dead
HB1686 Virginia Lottery Board; regulation of video game terminals. dead
HB1687 Violence Intervention and Prevention Fund and Grant Program; established. dead
HB1688 Cemeteries; grass cutting on land used for interment of human remains. signed by governor
HB1689 Firearms; limitations on laws regarding the control thereof. dead
HB1690 Charitable gaming; increase in certain maximum allowable prize amounts. signed by governor
HB1691 Local electoral boards; certain persons prohibited from serving. dead
HB1692 Police and court records; expungement of records for misdemeanor and nonviolent felony convictions. dead
HB1693 Juveniles; confinement for violation of court order. dead
HB1694 Tax credits; creates vested interest. dead
HB1695 Wildlife Corridor Action Plan; created. signed by governor
HB1696 Virginia's Region 2000 Airport Authority; authorizes City of Lynchburg to create, etc. dead
HB1697 Broadband service providers; fiber optic broadband lines, railroad crossings. dead
HB1698 Sales and Use Tax; exemption for railroad rolling stock. dead
HB1699 Temporary detention; DBHDS shall study who may evaluate. signed by governor
HB1700 Motor Vehicles, Department of; data privacy, facial recognition technology. dead
HB1701 Medical Excellence Zone Program; VDH to determine feasibility of establishment. signed by governor
HB1702 Speed limits; Dept. of Transportation to assess on certain roads. dead
HB1703 Telework expenses; reinstates tax credit. dead
HB1704 Health insurance; coverage for case management services and peer support services. dead
HB1705 Pedestrians; drivers to stop when yielding the right-of-way. signed by governor
HB1706 Pesticides; prohibits the manufacture, distribution, etc., for use of chlorpyrifos. dead
HB1707 Clean Energy Advisory Board; increases membership. signed by governor
HB1708 Electronic gaming machines; municipal taxation. dead
HB1709 Small businesses; definition to include LGBT-owned businesses. dead
HB1710 Vehicle registration fees; Public Safety Trust Fund. dead
HB1711 Virtual Virginia; availability in public elementary and middle schools. stricken
HB1712 Food packaging; PFAS chemicals, penalty. dead
HB1713 Health insurance; essential health benefits, abortion coverage. dead
HB1714 Transportation, Department of; design standards, modifications. dead
HB1715 Virginia Erosion and Sediment Control Programs; administration by DEQ. dead
HB1716 Commonwealth's taxation system; conformity with the Internal Revenue Code. dead
HB1717 Income tax, state; deductions for single individuals and married persons. dead
HB1718 Virginia National Guard and Virginia Defense Force; state active duty for emergency response. dead
HB1719 Prescribed pediatric extended care centers; plan for licensure. signed by governor
HB1720 Abingdon, Town of; amending charter, updates town's boundary descriptions. signed by governor
HB1721 Handheld speed monitoring devices; civil penalty. dead
HB1722 Applied behavior analysis services; Department of Education shall develop guidance and resources. signed by governor
HB1723 Firearm Safety Awareness Week; designating as last full week in September each year. dead
HB1724 License plates, special; AUTISM AWARENESS. dead
HB1725 Administrative assistants; employees serving circuit court judges. signed by governor
HB1726 Hampton Roads Regional Transit Program and Fund; created, transit funding. enacted
HB1727 Feral cats; trap, neuter, and return programs. dead
HB1728 Motor vehicles; car tax credit for paid tolls. dead
HB1729 Commonwealth Transportation Board; membership, suburban representation. dead
HB1730 Human Rights Act; employees providing domestic service. dead
HB1731 Health care provider panel; definition of 'vertically-integrated carrier.' dead
HB1732 Uniform Statewide Building Code; installation of key boxes of high-risk structures. dead
HB1733 Advanced Production Grant Program and Fund; created. signed by governor
HB1734 Winchester, City of; amending charter, relating to school board. signed by governor
HJ1 United States Constitution; ratifies and affirms Equal Rights Amendment. passed senate
HJ2 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for affordable housing (first reference). dead
HJ3 Constitutional amendment; reapportionment, technical adjustments permitted. dead
HJ4 Celebrating the life of Alan Arnold Diamonstein. passed senate
HJ5 Commending Norfolk Police Department. passed senate
HJ6 Celebrating the life of Sergeant First Class Dae Han Park, USA. dead
HJ7 Celebrating the life of Master Sergeant Sae Jin Park-Schneider, USA. stricken
HJ8 Commending the Virginia 4-H shotgun development team. passed senate
HJ9 Commending the Reverend Dr. Douglas Warren Kittredge. passed senate
HJ10 Gun Violence Awareness Day; designating as June 1, 2020, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ11 Commending Larry T. Harley. passed senate
HJ12 Celebrating the life of John Curtis Marion. passed senate
HJ13 Celebrating the life of Ben E. Allen. passed senate
HJ14 Celebrating the life of William Rhea Quillen, Jr. passed senate
HJ15 Celebrating the life of Gloria Elizabeth Blair. passed senate
HJ16 Commending the Union High School boys' cross country team. passed senate
HJ17 Commending The American Legion Auxiliary. passed senate
HJ18 Universal health care; JLARC to study cost of implementing in the Commonwealth. dead
HJ19 Virginia Beach Strong Act; memorializing the United States Congress to enact. dead
HJ20 Composite index of local ability to pay; JLARC to study feasibility of adjusting, etc. dead
HJ21 Women's Equality Day; designating as August 26, 2020, and each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ22 Substitute and retired district court judges subject to recall; report on current training, etc. dead
HJ23 Voter records/election results; Dept. of Elections to study use of blockchain technology to protect. dead
HJ24 United States Bureau of the Census; counting of incarcerated persons for redistricting purposes. dead
HJ25 Coal dust blown from moving trains; report. passed senate
HJ26 JLARC; reinstatement of discretionary parole, report. dead
HJ27 Virginia's criminal justice system; State Crime Commission to study equity and fairness. dead
HJ28 Criminal records; State Crime Commission to study expungement of records. dead
HJ29 VDOC; various joint subcommittees to study staffing levels, etc. passed senate
HJ30 Geriatric parole; State Crime Commission to study the low use. dead
HJ31 Commonwealth-wide housing needs; Department of Housing and Community Development to study. dead
HJ32 Emergency response vehicles; DCJS to study use of certain colored warning lights on vehicles. dead
HJ33 Commending William Daly. passed senate
HJ34 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission (second reference). dead
HJ35 Albemarle-Pamlico Watershed in Virginia; Department of Environmental Quality to study. dead
HJ36 Health care spending in the Commonwealth; Joint Commission on Health Care to study. dead
HJ37 Planning District 16; JLARC to study creating a transportation authority. dead
HJ38 Gun violence in communities; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study effects. dead
HJ39 Kratom; Board of Pharmacy to study whether it should be classified as a controlled substance. dead
HJ40 Lake Anna; Department of Health to study harmful algal blooms. dead
HJ41 Teacher salaries and benefits; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. dead
HJ42 Honor and Sacrifice Flag; emblem for honoring fallen public safety personnel. passed senate
HJ43 Firearms; DCJS, study enforcemt. of law prohibiting individual subject to certain protective orders. dead
HJ44 JLARC; reinstatement of discretionary parole, report. dead
HJ45 U.S. Constitution; application for a convention of the states. dead
HJ46 Commending the United States Women's National Soccer Team. passed senate
HJ47 Coastal areas; study on economic consequences of weather-related events. passed senate
HJ48 Mandatory minimum sentences; VSCC to study use, etc. dead
HJ49 Congress; amend ERISA to support state actions to expand access to health care. dead
HJ50 Radiologic Technology Week. passed senate
HJ51 Early childhood mental health consultation program; DBHDS, DOE, and DSS to study developing. passed senate
HJ52 Prescription drugs; SHHR to convene work group to address cost to Virginians, etc. passed senate
HJ53 Celebrating the life of Ronald Lewis. passed senate
HJ54 Celebrating the life of Nate Evans. passed senate
HJ55 Commonwealth Corridor passenger rail service; DRPT to study feasibility of an east-west service. dead
HJ56 Privately operated prisons; JLARC to study use. dead
HJ57 Route 50; Department of Transportation to study traffic congestion. dead
HJ58 Transportation agreements, certain; tolled transportation facilities. dead
HJ59 Facial recognition and artificial intelligence technology; Joint Com. on Science & Tech to study. dead
HJ60 Celebrating the life of Dorcas Ruth Hardy. passed senate
HJ61 Oil and gas; opposing exploration and drilling off the coast of Virginia. dead
HJ62 Celebrating the life of Clarene Helen Vickery. passed senate
HJ63 Blockchain technology; joint subcommittee to study emergence & integration in the economy. dead
HJ64 Ransomware attack preparedness; Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA) to study. passed senate
HJ65 VSCC; classification of certain crimes as violent felonies, study. dead
HJ66 DOE; experiential learning and workforce development opportunities in high-demand fields, report. dead
HJ67 Affordable housing; Virginia Housing Commission to study the definition. dead
HJ68 Companion animals; DACS to study the need for regulations on care. dead
HJ69 Virginia State Police; air emergency medical services, report. dead
HJ70 Commemorating the life and legacy of Secretariat. passed senate
HJ71 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission (second reference). dead
HJ72 Oliver White Hill, Sr., Day. passed senate
HJ73 Interstate 66; CTB to study safety, congestion, etc., concerns. dead
HJ74 Maternal Health Awareness Month. incorporated
HJ75 Commending Tyrone Hines. passed senate
HJ76 Commending Pat Hines. passed senate
HJ77 Coastal Flooding, Joint Subcommittee on; continued, appropriations. dead
HJ78 Early voting versus mail voting; JLARC to study and compare the costs and benefits. dead
HJ79 Special education staffing ratios; JLARC to study. dead
HJ80 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters, restoration of rights. dead
HJ81 Commending the Eastern View High School cheerleading squad. passed senate
HJ82 Blockchain technology; VEDPA to study the emergence, etc., in the economy. dead
HJ83 Constitutional officers, offices of; JLARC to study Compensation Board funding. dead
HJ84 Drug offenders; JLARC to study on efficiency, etc. of sentencing. dead
HJ85 Transgender Day of Remembrance; designating as November 20, 2020, & each succeeding year thereafter. passed senate
HJ86 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters, 16-year-olds permitted to vote. dead
HJ87 Glass-Steagall Act; infrastructure bank. dead
HJ88 Virginia's Mental Health Region; designating as Roanoke and New River Valleys. passed senate
HJ89 Litter; DEQ to study impacts on fishing, etc., in Virginia's streams. dead
HJ90 Commemorating the 150th anniversary of the ratification of the Fifteenth Amendment. passed senate
HJ91 Civil rights and dignity of all Virginians; affirming the Commonwealth's commitment to diversity. passed senate
HJ92 Drinking water program; Off. of Drinking Water/Dept. of Health to study infrastructure & oversight. passed senate
HJ93 Hill, Oliver White, Sr.; Governor to direct that a bust be displayed in the Old House Chamber. dead
HJ94 Rental dwelling units; Virginia Housing Commission to study. dead
HJ95 Culpeper County; DCR to study establishing two state parks within County. dead
HJ96 Commending the Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin. passed senate
HJ97 Higher education management agreements; JLARC to perform compliance review. dead
HJ98 Green industries; VEC to study regional skills gaps. dead
HJ99 General Assembly; 2020 Session schedule. passed senate
HJ100 General Assembly; 2021 Session prefiling schedule. passed senate
HJ101 Midtown and Downtown Tunnels in Hampton Roads; JLARC to study reduction or elimination of tolls. dead
HJ102 Coastal Flooding, Joint Subcommittee on; continued, appropriations. passed senate
HJ103 Constitutional amendment; personal property tax exemption for motor vehicle of a disabled veteran. passed senate
HJ104 National Prosthodontics Awareness Week. passed senate
HJ105 Blockchain technology; joint subcommittee to study emergence & integration in the economy. dead
HJ106 Alternative onsite sewage systems; Department of Health to study the use of systems. dead
HJ107 Transportation; JLARC to study the state of systems and funding. dead
HJ108 Year of the Eye Exam. passed senate
HJ109 Individuals with intellectual disabilities; JLARC to study cost-effective care. dead
HJ110 Telecommunications facilities; SCC to study the feasibility of requiring underground facilities. dead
HJ111 Maternal Health Awareness Month; designating July, 2020, and annually thereafter. passed senate
HJ112 Motor vehicle title loans; Bureau of Financial Institutions to study interest rates. dead
HJ113 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). dead
HJ114 Code of Virginia; VCC to study feasibility of a comprehensive revision to be gender neutral. dead
HJ115 Prisoner educational and vocational training programs; JLARC to study the adequacy of programs. dead
HJ116 Waste Diversion and Recycling Task Force; DEQ to establish. dead
HJ117 Commending Robert W. Tull, Jr. passed senate
HJ118 Commending AromasWorld. passed senate
HJ119 Commending the Williamsburg-Jamestown Airport. passed senate
HJ120 Commending the Jamestown High School Envirothon team. passed senate
HJ121 Commending the University of Virginia men's basketball team. passed senate
HJ122 Celebrating the life of Roland Carroll Smith, Sr. passed senate
HJ123 General Assembly; notifying Governor of organization. passed senate
HJ124 Commending The Inn at Willow Grove. passed senate
HJ125 Commonwealth's stormwater management laws; DEQ to study the effectiveness. dead
HJ126 Joint Assembly; General Assembly shall meet in Hall of House of Delegates on Wed., January 8, 2020. passed senate
HJ127 Court-appointed guardians and conservators; JLARC to study operations, etc. dead
HJ128 Commuter rail systems; DRPT to study and develop best practices for constructing, etc. dead
HJ129 Domestic violence; VSCC to study post-conviction monitoring of persons convicted. dead
HJ130 Marijuana; JLARC to study legalization, regulation, etc. passed senate
HJ131 Electric vehicles; DEQ to study the impact of and develop Clean Transportation Plan, report. dead
HJ132 Cannabis and medical cannabis; joint subcommittee to study development of framework for regulation. dead
HJ133 Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome Awareness Month. passed senate
HJ134 Hangul Day. passed senate
HJ135 Commending King George County. passed senate
HJ136 Global warming; caused by human activity has resulted in a climate and ecological emergency. dead
HJ137 Deported veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces; medical treatment and other benefits. dead
HJ138 Commending Linda J. Byrd. passed senate
HJ139 Commending Alvene Buckley. passed senate
HJ140 Winter Honey Month. passed senate
HJ141 Commending Elnora F. Tompkins passed senate
HJ142 Celebrating the life of Terry Lee Kibler. passed senate
HJ143 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Citizens Redistricting Commission, established. dead
HJ144 James River bateaumen; recognizing their contributions to Virginia History. passed senate
HJ145 Navy Week. passed senate
HJ146 Commending United We Light: Project Bolivia. passed senate
HJ147 Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation; commemoration of the American Revolution. dead
HJ148 Indian American Heritage Month. passed senate
HJ149 Celebrating the life of Maya LaFonn Smith. passed senate
HJ150 Commending Sherrin Cherrell Alsop. passed senate
HJ151 Commending Charles Ingram. passed senate
HJ152 Commending Virginia Organizing. passed senate
HJ153 Commending Edwina J. Casey. passed senate
HJ154 Commending Margaret Hundley Davis. passed senate
HJ155 Commending Priscilla J. Davenport. passed senate
HJ156 Commending the Central High School one-act play team. passed senate
HJ157 Commending the Saint Michael the Archangel High School football team. passed senate
HJ158 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Sydney Strother Smith III. passed senate
HJ159 Commending Megan Watson. passed senate
HJ160 Commending Albemarle County. passed senate
HJ161 Judges; election in Supreme Court of Virginia. passed senate
HJ162 Commending the Division of Capitol Police. dead
HJ163 Commending Lakeview Elementary School. passed senate
HJ164 Commending Old House Vineyards. passed senate
HJ165 Commending the Washington Nationals. passed senate
HJ166 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Mary T. Christian. passed senate
HJ167 Commending the Richmond Academy of Medicine. passed senate
HJ168 Commending the Loudoun South Little League baseball team. passed senate
HJ169 Commending Andrew James, Jr. passed senate
HJ170 Celebrating the life of Thomas Franklin Repass, USN, Ret. passed senate
HJ171 Celebrating the life of Jon Odom. passed senate
HJ172 Celebrating the life of Amanda Doane Holley. passed senate
HJ173 Celebrating the life of Russell Lee Scott. passed senate
HJ174 Commending ASHA for Women. passed senate
HJ175 Commending the University of Virginia's College at Wise cornhole team. passed senate
HJ176 Commending James L. Agnew. passed senate
HJ177 Commending the Virginia Maritime Association. passed senate
HJ178 Commending Harold Wright, Jr. passed senate
HJ179 Commending the Canines-N-Kids Foundation. passed senate
HJ180 Commending Brittany Burke. passed senate
HJ181 Commending the Westfield High School HACE program. passed senate
HJ182 Commending Westfield High School. passed senate
HJ183 Celebrating the life of Georgia Bellman. passed senate
HJ184 Commending Ollan Conn Cassell. passed senate
HJ185 Commending the Children's Home Society of Virginia. passed senate
HJ186 Commending The Faison Center. passed senate
HJ187 Commending the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office. passed senate
HJ188 Commending the recipients of the 2020 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Awards. passed senate
HJ189 Commending Girl Scout Troop 56002. passed senate
HJ190 Celebrating the life of Charles S. Miller, Jr. passed senate
HJ191 Celebrating the life of Lewis Eugene Burke. passed senate
HJ192 Commending Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. passed senate
HJ193 Commending Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. passed senate
HJ194 Commending Kevin Wilson. passed senate
HJ195 Commemorating the life and legacy of Dr. Robert Russa Moton. passed senate
HJ196 Commending Christopher M. Calkins. passed senate
HJ197 Commending the Alexandria Police Department. passed senate
HJ198 Commending Betty Bray. passed senate
HJ199 Commending William H. Goodwin, Jr. passed senate
HJ200 Driver's license; six-month suspension upon drug offense conviction. passed senate
HJ201 Commending Botetourt County. passed senate
HJ202 Celebrating the life of Susan Camille Gardner, DVM. passed senate
HJ203 Celebrating the life of Charles Richard Watson. passed senate
HJ204 Commending the Lion Pride Run. passed senate
HJ205 Commending Loudoun Now. passed senate
HJ206 Commending JK Moving Services. passed senate
HJ207 Commending Fairfax County. dead
HJ208 Celebrating the life of Louis Clifford Schroeder, Sr. introduced
HJ209 Celebrating the life of Anne Kendrick Coulthard. passed senate
HJ210 Celebrating the life of Samuel Hughes Melton, M.D. passed senate
HJ211 Commending Boy Scout Troop 1865. passed senate
HJ212 Commending Virginia REALTORS passed senate
HJ213 Commending Anjali Nair. passed senate
HJ214 Commending Team Teens See Tomorrow. passed senate
HJ215 Commending Asha-Jyothi. passed senate
HJ216 Commending the Stony Brook Junior Volunteers. passed senate
HJ217 Commending the Ecumenical Community Helping Others. passed senate
HJ218 Commending the Stream Critter Cube Lab. passed senate
HJ219 Commending Branching out for the Homeless. passed senate
HJ220 Commending the Loudoun County Office of Emergency Management. passed senate
HJ221 Commending the National Automated Clearing House Association. passed senate
HJ222 Commending The Woodland, Inc. passed senate
HJ223 Commending the Know Before You Fly campaign. passed senate
HJ224 Commending C.W. Miller. passed senate
HJ225 Commending the Chickahominy Community Improvement Organization. passed senate
HJ226 Commending the Loudoun Literacy Council. passed senate
HJ227 Celebrating the life of Elizabeth Leonard Ryan, DVM. passed senate
HJ228 Commending Camille Thomasina Schrier. passed senate
HJ229 Commending Amanda B. Wimberley. passed senate
HJ230 Commending the Tappahannock-Essex Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. passed senate
HJ231 Commending the Virginia Department of State Police. passed senate
HJ232 Commending the Richmond Police Department. passed senate
HJ233 Commending Bud Foster. passed senate
HJ234 Commending Kenneth Neal Turner. passed senate
HJ235 Commending Black Women United for Action. passed senate
HJ236 Celebrating the life of Sterling McCoy Nichols. passed senate
HJ237 Commending the Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter. passed senate
HJ238 Commending the All Dulles Area Muslim Society. passed senate
HJ239 Commending the Lake Braddock Secondary School baseball team. passed senate
HJ240 Commending Deirdre Lavery. passed senate
HJ241 Commending Burke United Methodist Church. passed senate
HJ242 Commending Ilryong Moon. passed senate
HJ243 Commending Scoot's BBQ. passed senate
HJ244 Commending the Ryan Bartel Foundation. passed senate
HJ245 Commemorating the life and legacy of Leslie Devan Smith, Jr. passed senate
HJ246 Celebrating the life of John W. Gerdelman. passed senate
HJ247 Celebrating the life of Dois Irvin Rosser, Jr. passed senate
HJ248 Celebrating the life of Henry Jackson Darst, Jr. passed senate
HJ249 Celebrating the life of Michael E.G. Kirby. passed senate
HJ250 Commending Zena Maria Cardman. passed senate
HJ251 Commending Sarah Rosenberger Eissler. passed senate
HJ252 Commending the South County High School softball team. passed senate
HJ253 Commending Gerald R. Rubin. passed senate
HJ254 Commending the Division of Capitol Police. passed senate
HJ255 Commending the Screen at 23 campaign. passed senate
HJ256 Commending South County High School. passed senate
HJ257 Commending the Laurel Hill Park Volunteer Team. passed senate
HJ258 Celebrating the life of Irvin Adams, Jr. passed senate
HJ259 Celebrating the life of Francis Holden. passed senate
HJ260 Commending Dr. Walter E. Williams. passed senate
HJ261 Commending the Ayr Hill Garden Club. passed senate
HJ262 Commending PRS. passed senate
HJ263 Commending Devotion to Children. passed senate
HJ264 Commending the Nachman family. passed senate
HJ265 Celebrating the life of Sunny Sung-In Kim. passed senate
HJ266 Celebrating the life of the Reverend David Stewart Jordan-Haas. passed senate
HJ267 Celebrating the life of Rosetta Cole Gilbert. passed senate
HJ268 Commending Glenn Fatzinger. passed senate
HJ269 Commending Michael Montante. passed senate
HJ270 Commending Mount Vernon at Home. passed senate
HJ271 Commending Alice's Kids. passed senate
HJ272 Commending Walmart Supercenter Store 2805. stricken
HJ273 Commending Dianne H. Smith. passed senate
HJ274 Commending the Hopewell High School football team. passed senate
HJ275 Commending Robert M. Oman. passed senate
HJ276 Commending the South Lakes High School boys' soccer team. passed senate
HJ277 Commending Dorothy A. Jaeckle. passed senate
HJ278 Commending Matteo Lambert. passed senate
HJ279 Commending the Texas Tavern. passed senate
HJ280 Commending Sherman P. Lea. passed senate
HJ281 Commending the Kiwanis Club of Roanoke. passed senate
HJ282 Commending Local Colors. passed senate
HJ283 Commending the Roanoke Valley-Alleghany Regional Commission. passed senate
HJ284 Commending the Virginia Emergency Management Association. passed senate
HJ285 Commending Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare. passed senate
HJ286 Commending the West End Center for Youth. passed senate
HJ287 Commending the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, USA. passed senate
HJ288 Commending Visit Loudoun. passed senate
HJ289 Commending United Methodist Family Services. passed senate
HJ290 Commending the Loudoun Health and Wellness Expo. passed senate
HJ291 Commending Bellen Woodard. passed senate
HJ292 Celebrating the life of Virginia Flynn Bell. passed senate
HJ293 Commending the Dinwiddie Nationals Machine Pitch All-Stars. passed senate
HJ294 Commending The Heights Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ295 Commending Carey A. Adams. passed senate
HJ296 Commending Sergeant 1st Class Richard Harris, ARNG, Ret. passed senate
HJ297 Commending the Frog Level Volunteer Fire Department. passed senate
HJ298 Celebrating the life of Dr. James Henry Robinson, Jr. passed senate
HJ299 Celebrating the life of Vernon Lee Gordon, Sr. passed senate
HJ300 Celebrating the life of Ashton Daniel Mitchell III. passed senate
HJ301 Commending Edwin L. Allen, Jr. passed senate
HJ302 Commending William Farrell. passed senate
HJ303 Commending Lisa Chaplin. passed senate
HJ304 Commending Pablo Cuevas. passed senate
HJ305 Commending James Ellis Hall. passed senate
HJ306 Commending Michael Bennett. passed senate
HJ307 Commending Mattie Palmore. passed senate
HJ308 Commending Zyahna Bryant. passed senate
HJ309 Commending the Children passed senate
HJ310 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Kevin G. Miller, Sr. passed senate
HJ311 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Gerald L. Baliles. passed senate
HJ312 Celebrating the life of James Michael Bebout. passed senate
HJ313 Celebrating the life of Barbara Wurtzel Rabin. passed senate
HJ314 Celebrating the life of Judith P. Carter. passed senate
HJ315 Celebrating the life of Henry Lee Carter. passed senate
HJ316 Celebrating the life of John C. Beyer. passed senate
HJ317 Commending the Virginia Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads. passed senate
HJ318 Commending Germanna Community College. passed senate
HJ319 Commending the Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion. passed senate
HJ320 Commending the Marion Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4667. passed senate
HJ321 Commending Robert W. Duncan. passed senate
HJ322 Commending Chief Warrant Officer 5 William R. Halevy, USA, Ret. passed senate
HJ323 Commending Lena C. McAllister. passed senate
HJ324 Commending Marsha Manning. passed senate
HJ325 Commending Girls on the Run of NOVA. passed senate
HJ326 Commending Adrian J. O'Connor. passed senate
HJ327 Commending Bethany Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ328 Commending Mobile Hope of Loudoun. passed senate
HJ329 Commending Priscilla Martinez Jaka. passed senate
HJ330 Commending the Raj Khalsa Gurdwara. passed senate
HJ331 Commending Lori Carbonneau. passed senate
HJ332 Commending Carole Herrick. passed senate
HJ333 Commending the Loudoun Commission on Women and Girls. passed senate
HJ334 Commending the Honorable Dr. William Ferguson Reid. passed senate
HJ335 Commending the Hopewell/Prince George Chamber of Commerce. passed senate
HJ336 Celebrating the life of William Robert Campbell, Jr. passed senate
HJ337 General Assembly; amending Rule 12 of HJR 99, 2020, relating to deadline for revenue bills. passed senate
HJ338 Celebrating the life of Maud Ferris Robinson. passed senate
HJ339 Celebrating the life of Judith Peters Beattie. passed senate
HJ340 Celebrating the life of Katharine Logan Tugendhat. passed senate
HJ341 Celebrating the life of Jean Tsukimi Mitori Reavey. passed senate
HJ342 Commending Laurie A. DiRocco. passed senate
HJ343 Commending the Reverend Dr. Peter G. James. passed senate
HJ344 Commending the Gate City High School boys' basketball program. passed senate
HJ345 Commending Linda M. Erdos. passed senate
HJ346 Commending Judy Apostolico-Buck. passed senate
HJ347 Commending Wilson Ramirez. passed senate
HJ348 Commending David Bell. passed senate
HJ349 Commending United Steelworkers Local 8888. passed senate
HJ350 Commending the Williamsburg House of Mercy. passed senate
HJ351 Commending the Raj Khalsa Gurdwara. passed senate
HJ352 Commending AmityConnections. passed senate
HJ353 Commending the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act. passed senate
HJ354 Commending the Sacred Heart Center. passed senate
HJ355 Celebrating the life of Calvin Frederick Larson. passed senate
HJ356 Celebrating the life of Sidney Buford Scott. passed senate
HJ357 Celebrating the life of Betsy Samuelson Greer. passed senate
HJ358 Celebrating the life of Nita Jones. passed senate
HJ359 Celebrating the life of James Ronald Schroeder, DDS. passed senate
HJ360 Celebrating the life of Joan Carpenter Massey. passed senate
HJ361 Celebrating the life of Paule Marshall. passed senate
HJ362 Celebrating the life of Eugene A. Mason, Jr. passed senate
HJ363 Celebrating the life of Edward H. Peeples, Jr. passed senate
HJ364 Celebrating the life of Mary Patricia Moynahan Mullins. passed senate
HJ365 Celebrating the life of Alma Joyce Martin Moore. passed senate
HJ366 Celebrating the life of Mamie Littleton Goins. passed senate
HJ367 Commending Richmond Prep. passed senate
HJ368 Commending Derwin Booker. passed senate
HJ369 Commending Zenaviv. passed senate
HJ370 Commending the Republic of China (Taiwan). dead
HJ371 Celebrating the life of Robert J. Hatfield. passed senate
HJ372 Celebrating the life of Michael Patrick Brandt. passed senate
HJ373 Celebrating the life of Elisabeth Ross Reed Carter. passed senate
HJ374 Commending Homestretch. passed senate
HJ375 Commending Rich Serbay. passed senate
HJ376 Commending Cornerstones, Inc. passed senate
HJ377 Commending Janet Hancock. passed senate
HJ378 Commending Tonda Finney. passed senate
HJ379 Commending the Reverend Franklin Todd Gray. passed senate
HJ380 Commending the Fifth Street Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ381 Commending the American Automobile Association School Safety Patrol Program. passed senate
HJ382 Commending Androniki Fallis. passed senate
HJ383 Commending Roman Eagle Masonic Lodge No. 122. passed senate
HJ384 Commending Tim Barber. passed senate
HJ385 Commending Averett University. passed senate
HJ386 Commending Kenneth Rose Garren. passed senate
HJ387 Commending Mariel Margaret Hamm-Garciaparra. passed senate
HJ388 Judges; election in circuit court, general district court, etc. passed senate
HJ389 Commending Glenn Yarborough. passed senate
HJ390 Commending Marilyn C. Jerome, M.D. passed senate
HJ391 Commending the American Legion McLean Post 270. passed senate
HJ392 Commending John E. Potter. dead
HJ393 Commending the Washington Mystics. passed senate
HJ394 Commending Joseph DeVault. passed senate
HJ395 Commending Every Citizen Has Opportunities, Inc. passed senate
HJ396 Commending Rick Judd. passed senate
HJ397 Commending Brian Benson. dead
HJ398 Commending Stephen Rau. dead
HJ399 Commending Daniel Zakula. dead
HJ400 Commending Hunt Valley Elementary School. passed senate
HJ401 Commending Gary Fuller. dead
HJ402 Celebrating the life of Robert A. Tetreault. passed senate
HJ403 Commending Greg Sides. passed senate
HJ404 Commending Kay C. Crane. passed senate
HJ405 Commending Odell Tate. passed senate
HJ406 Commending First Piedmont Corporation. passed senate
HJ407 Commending the Magna Vista High School JROTC Raider team. passed senate
HJ408 Commending Mary Reid Barrow. passed senate
HJ409 Commending the Glen Allen High School girls' junior varsity basketball team. passed senate
HJ410 Commending the Piedmont Valley Community College Student Launch Team. passed senate
HJ411 Commending Charlottesville High School boys' soccer team. passed senate
HJ412 Commending the Jamestown High School golf team. passed senate
HJ413 Commending the Village Initiative. passed senate
HJ414 Commending Jillian Anne Ellis. passed senate
HJ415 Celebrating the life of Dr. Reginald Dennin Butler. passed senate
HJ416 Celebrating the life of Mortimer Caplin. passed senate
HJ417 Celebrating the life of Annie Mae Dorns Merritt. passed senate
HJ418 Celebrating the life of Mark Harril Saunders. passed senate
HJ419 Celebrating the life Roland Arlington Wiggins. passed senate
HJ420 Celebrating the life of Karenne Wood. passed senate
HJ421 Celebrating the life of Charles D. Crowson, Jr. passed senate
HJ422 Celebrating the life of Shirley Carter Olsson, M.D. passed senate
HJ423 Celebrating the life of French H. Moore, Jr., D.D.S. passed senate
HJ424 Commending the Prince William County Public Schools Aquatics Center. passed senate
HJ425 Commending the Dale City Track Club. passed senate
HJ426 Commending Earsaline Anderson. passed senate
HJ427 Commending Fitz Johnson. passed senate
HJ428 Commending Frank J. Principi. passed senate
HJ429 Commending the Grace Church Concert Series. passed senate
HJ430 Commending Gray Ghost Winery. passed senate
HJ431 Commending Katie Fielding. passed senate
HJ432 Commending the Kettle Run High School coed swimming team. passed senate
HJ433 Commending Old Bust Head Brewing Company. passed senate
HJ434 Commending Prince William County Public Schools. passed senate
HJ435 Commending Prince William Food Rescue. passed senate
HJ436 Commending the Woodbridge Senior High School wrestling team. passed senate
HJ437 Commending Carson Miller. passed senate
HJ438 Commending Rachel Thompson. passed senate
HJ439 Commending the Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office. passed senate
HJ440 Commending the Wes Strong Foundation. passed senate
HJ441 Commending the Hopewell Dixie Youth Baseball Majors All-Star team. passed senate
HJ442 Commending the Dulles South Food Pantry. passed senate
HJ443 Commending the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce. passed senate
HJ444 Commending Patrick K. Murphy. passed senate
HJ445 Commending the Loudoun County Bar Association. dead
HJ446 Commending the Loudoun Museum. passed senate
HJ447 Commending the League of Women Voters of the Prince William Area. passed senate
HJ448 Commending the Loudoun County NAACP. passed senate
HJ449 Commending the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors. passed senate
HJ450 Celebrating the life of Robert Holt Evans, Sr. passed senate
HJ451 Celebrating the life of Ernest George Minns. passed senate
HJ452 Celebrating the life of Henry Richard Appelbaum. passed senate
HJ453 Celebrating the life of Elaine E. Thompson. passed senate
HJ454 Celebrating the life of Maria Bonazzoli Bourne. passed senate
HJ455 Commending Arlington County. passed senate
HJ456 Commending Pathway Homes. passed senate
HJ457 Commending the Richmond 34. passed senate
HJ458 Commending the Manchester Family YMCA of the YMCA of Greater Richmond. passed senate
HJ459 Commending Yorkshire Restaurant. passed senate
HJ460 Commending NEST4US. passed senate
HJ461 Commending the PROPEL Academy. passed senate
HJ462 Commending Elise N. Pridgeon. passed senate
HJ463 Commending the Vienna Inn. passed senate
HJ464 Commending Loudoun Hunger Relief. passed senate
HJ465 Commending Linwood Fisher. passed senate
HJ466 Commending Gloria Campbell. passed senate
HJ467 Commending Danville Public Schools Child Nutrition staff. passed senate
HJ468 Commending Marvin McDowell. passed senate
HJ469 Commending the Loudoun Free Clinic. passed senate
HJ470 Commending the 2019 Legacy Celebration of Extraordinary African American Women. passed senate
HJ471 Commending Nischelle Buffalow. passed senate
HJ472 Commending Special Olympics Virginia-Loudoun County. passed senate
HJ473 Celebrating the life of Mildred DeBell. passed senate
HJ474 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Dimitri R. Bradley. passed senate
HJ475 Celebrating the life of Tyrone Jermaine Williams, Jr. passed senate
HJ476 Celebrating the life of Inez Beatrice Greene West. passed senate
HJ477 Celebrating the life of Frederick Obruche Aganbi. passed senate
HJ478 Celebrating the life of Dr. Carolyn Walker Hines. passed senate
HJ479 Celebrating the life of Harry Clarke Curtis. passed senate
HJ480 Celebrating the life of Lawrence Harold Hoover, Jr. passed senate
HJ481 Celebrating the life of Betsey Jean Smith Brown. passed senate
HJ482 Commending Loudoun Habitat for Humanity. passed senate
HJ483 Commending the Rotary Club of Danville. passed senate
HJ484 Commending A Place to Be. passed senate
HJ485 Commending Community Living Alternatives. passed senate
HJ486 Commending Steven Richardson. passed senate
HJ487 Commending the Rotary Club of Leesburg. passed senate
HJ488 Commending BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir of Northern Virginia. passed senate
HJ489 Commending the Chinmaya Somnath chapter of the Chinmaya Mission Washington Regional Center. passed senate
HJ490 Commending the Northern Virginia Community College Loudoun Campus. passed senate
HJ491 Commending Loudoun Youth, Inc. passed senate
HJ492 Commending the William Fleming High School 800-meter sprint medley relay team. passed senate
HJ493 Commending Peers and Students Taking Action. passed senate
HJ494 Commending ARCH Roanoke. passed senate
HJ495 Commending Morning Star Baptist Church. passed senate
HJ496 Commending the Phi Upsilon Zeta Chapter of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. passed senate
HJ497 Commending Friends of Loudoun Mental Health. passed senate
HJ498 Commending Jessica Berg. passed senate
HJ499 Commending Jennifer Rodgers. passed senate
HJ500 Commending Helen Butts. passed senate
HJ501 Commending Mary Morris. passed senate
HJ502 Commending David L. Ash. passed senate
HJ503 Commending the Woodgrove High School girls' soccer team. passed senate
HJ504 Commending the Loudoun County High School girls passed senate
HJ505 Commending Heidi Trude. passed senate
HJ506 Commending Tree of Life Ministries. passed senate
HJ507 Commending the Korean American Education Foundation. passed senate
HJ508 General Assembly; amending Rule 22 of HJR 99, 2020, relating to sine die of 2020 Session, etc. passed senate
HJ509 Judges; election in circuit court, etc. passed senate
HJ510 General Assembly; 2021 Regular Session schedule. passed senate
HR1 Celebrating the life of Jean F. Siebert. passed house
HR2 Virginia Beach Tragedy Fund; recognizing that Fund is performing an essential government service. dead
HR3 Celebrating the life of William Marshall Gunter. passed house
HR4 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Constance Kelly-Rice. passed house
HR5 Commending the Williamsburg-Jamestown Airport. passed house
HR6 Day of Women. dead
HR7 Commending New Gilfield Reformed Zion Union Apostolic Church. passed house
HR8 Commemorating the life and legacy of Peter Francisco. passed house
HR9 Major League Baseball; continuity with minor league teams. dead
HR10 Commending the Surry County High School boys' basketball team. passed house
HR11 Commending Farmers Bank. passed house
HR12 Commending Rajput Indian Cuisine. passed house
HR13 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I college football; establish playoff tournament. dead
HR14 Humane Cosmetics Act of 2019; urging the Congress of the United States to support. dead
HR15 House of Delegates; establishing Rules. passed house
HR16 Virginia House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed house
HR17 House of Delegates; establishing Rules for the 2020-2021 Sessions of the General Assembly. passed house
HR18 Commending the Omicron Alpha Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. passed house
HR19 Commending Maureen Caddigan. passed house
HR20 James Solomon Russell Day. passed house
HR21 Celebrating the life of George Dragas, Jr. passed house
HR22 Cox, M. Kirkland; authorizing portrait to be painted of former Speaker of the House of Delegates. passed house
HR23 Commending the Virginia Arab American Political Forum. passed house
HR24 Commending the Honorable Richard Preston Bell. passed house
HR25 Commending Andrea Carson Johnson. passed house
HR26 Commending Joy Scruggs. passed house
HR27 Commending the Princess Anne Courthouse Volunteer Rescue Squad. passed house
HR28 Celebrating the life of the Honorable George William Vakos. passed house
HR29 Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed house
HR30 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed house
HR31 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed house
HR32 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR33 Commending Marceline Rollins Catlett. passed house
HR34 Celebrating the life of Helen Reddy Blackwell. passed house
HR35 Commending Rodney A. Robinson. passed house
HR36 Commending Lindy Dimeo. passed house
HR37 Commending Thomas Sowell. passed house
HR38 Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed house
HR39 Commending the Alberta Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. passed house
HR40 Commending Carrie Weaver Mason-Wyche. passed house
HR41 Commending Brunswick County. passed house
HR42 Commending Flossie Zenobia Jones Jordan. passed house
HR43 Celebrating the life of Ruby Williams Evans. passed house
HR44 Commending the Smithfield Volunteer Fire Department. passed house
HR45 Celebrating the life of Renee Marie Kelahan. passed house
HR46 Celebrating the life of Sarah Leigh Jones. passed house
HR47 Commending the Lake Taylor High School football team. passed house
HR48 Commending the Maury High School football team. passed house
HR49 Commending Fredericksburg Area HIV/AIDS Support Services. passed house
HR50 Celebrating the life of Debra Sue Maurer. passed house
HR51 Commending the Appomattox Dixie Darlings softball team. passed house
HR52 Commending the Appomattox County High School football team. passed house
HR53 Commending M.M. Gunter & Son. passed house
HR54 Commending Armada Hoffler Properties, Inc. passed house
HR55 Commending the Cone Parade. passed house
HR56 Commending E.G. Middleton, Inc. passed house
HR57 Celebrating the life of Shirley Jean Ybarra. passed house
HR58 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Walter Allen Whitehurst. passed house
HR59 Uyghurs; human rights crisis. in committee
HR60 Commending the Loudoun Hunt. passed house
HR61 Commending the Appomattox County High School Agricultural Education Department. passed house
HR62 Commending Jacob Johnson. passed house
HR63 Commending Kelly Price. passed house
HR64 Commending the Chesapeake Bay Commission. passed house
HR65 Commending the Blue Ridge Volunteer Fire Department. passed house
HR66 Commending the Lord Botetourt High School volleyball team. passed house
HR67 Celebrating the life of Colonel (Va.) Bobbie Garrett Johnson, Ret. passed house
HR68 Commending Joseph Dashiell. passed house
HR69 Commending Diana Christopulos. passed house
HR70 Celebrating the life of George Bartholomew Rodenburg. passed house
HR71 Commending Carolyn Bragg. passed house
HR72 Celebrating the life of Terry Lynn Hedgepeth. passed house
HR73 Commending Third Street Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church. passed house
HR74 Commending Advocates for Richmond Youth and the Youth Housing Stability Coalition. passed house
HR75 Commending Greater Richmond Fit4Kids. passed house
HR76 Commending the Children's Home Society of Virginia. passed house
HR77 Commemorating the life and legacy of Oswald Spengler. passed house
HR78 Commending Pi Sigma Alpha. passed house
HR79 Commending the Rustburg Dixie Youth AAA All-Stars baseball team. passed house
HR80 Celebrating the life of Louis Clifford Schroeder, Sr. passed house
HR81 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Eva Mae Fleming Scott. passed house
HR82 Commending Kayleigh Kim. passed house
HR83 Commending Timothy R. Quillen. passed house
HR84 Commending Rabbi Bruce D. Aft. passed house
HR85 Commending the Rustburg Dixie Youth Baseball O-Zone All-Star team. passed house
HR86 Commending the Riverheads High School football team. passed house
HR87 Celebrating the life of Dorothy G. Gwaltney. passed house
HR88 Celebrating the life of Donald Arthur Bagshaw. passed house
HR89 Commending the Virginia Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons. passed house
HR90 Commending Brigadier General Creighton W. Abrams III, USA, Ret. passed house
HR91 Celebrating the life of Douglas Paris Redman. passed house
HR92 Celebrating the life of Sergeant First Class Travis Wayne Glover, VANG, Ret. passed house
HR93 Celebrating the life of Michael Thompson, Sr. passed house
HR94 Commending the Douglas S. Freeman High School passed house
HR95 Commending Jackson-Feild Behavioral Health Services. passed house
HR96 Commending Diane C. Ickes. passed house
HR97 Celebrating the life of Margie Dickinson Davis. passed house
HR98 Celebrating the life of Michele R. Green-Wright. passed house
HR99 Commending Pamela Hall. passed house
HR100 Commending Central State Hospital. passed house
HR101 Commending Dixie Restaurant. passed house
HR102 Commending Glenn Drumheller. passed house
HR103 Commending Grant Holloway. passed house
HR104 Commending New River Community College. passed house
HR105 Commending the Christiansburg High School boys' indoor track team. passed house
HR106 Commending the Auburn High School softball team. passed house
HR107 Commending the Pulaski Yankees. passed house
HR108 Commending the Auburn High School baseball team. passed house
HR109 Commending the Auburn High School boys' cross country team. passed house
HR110 Commending the Auburn High School girls' tennis team. passed house
HR111 Commending the Auburn High School girls' cross country team. passed house
HR112 Commending the Auburn High School girls' soccer team. passed house
HR113 Celebrating the life of James Wesley Epperly. passed house
HR114 Commending Jahmal Potter. passed house
HR115 Commending Marshall W. Pattie. passed house
HR116 Commending Wendell L. Coleman. passed house
HR117 Commending Judith Wyatt. passed house
HR118 Celebrating the life of Emma Carrington Edmunds. passed house
HR119 Celebrating the life of Julius Hudson Reese, Jr. passed house
HR120 Commending Elden Family Dental. passed house
HR121 Celebrating the life of Raymond Joseph Klotz, Jr. passed house
HR122 Commending the Honorable Rosalyn Randolph Dance. passed house
HR123 Commending John T. Dever. passed house
HR124 Commending the Virginia Peninsula Association of REALTORS passed house
HR125 Commending the Kiwanis Club of Portsmouth. passed house
HR126 Commending The Flying Circus Aerodrome and Airshow. passed house
HR127 Commending Ross W. D'Urso. passed house
HR128 Commending Allan M. Carmody. passed house
HR129 Commending Jana D. Carter. passed house
HR130 Commending Stylian P. Parthemos. passed house
HR131 Commending Janice B. Blakley. passed house
HR132 Commending the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, USA. passed house
HR133 Commemorating the legacy of the Negro National League. passed house
HR134 Commending the Next Move Program. passed house
HR135 Commending the Fauquier High School wrestling team. passed house
HR136 Celebrating the life of Helen Siegfried Bolger. passed house
HR137 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed house
HR138 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed house
HR139 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR140 House of Delegates; amending and readopting Rule 81. introduced
HR141 Commending the Honorable R. Steven Landes. passed house
HR142 Commending CrossOver Healthcare Ministry. passed house
HR143 Commending the Williamsburg Regional Library. passed house
HR144 Commending the Unity March Against Hate. passed house
HR145 Commending Patsy J. Brown. passed house
HR146 Commending Mr. Peanut. passed house
HR147 Commending the Brooke Point High School wrestling team. passed house
HR148 Celebrating the life of Master Sergeant Sae Jin Park-Schneider, USA. passed house
HR149 Celebrating the life of Sergeant First Class Dae Han Park, USA. passed house
HR150 Commending the Osbourn Park High School indoor track and field program. passed house
HR151 Commemorating the life and legacy of Boaz Fleming. passed house
HR152 Celebrating the life of Barbara Pickeral Lee. passed house
HR153 Commending Victor LoPreto. passed house
HR154 Commending the Battlefield High School indoor track and field program. passed house
HR155 Commending Lee Lawrence and Carol Lee. passed house
HR156 Commending Mike Koscinski. passed house
HR157 Commending the Wine Kitchen. passed house
HR158 Commending Cecil R. Harris, Jr. passed house
HR159 Commending the Poquoson High School wrestling team. passed house
HR160 Commending Richard Bland College. passed house
HR161 Commending Colin Campbell. passed house
HR162 Commending Judith Smith Gary. passed house
HR163 Commending Stephen A. Elswick. passed house
HR164 Commending Dr. Jeffery O. Smith. passed house
HR165 Commending Dr. George M. Hampton. passed house
HR166 Commending Trummer's on Main. passed house
HR167 Commending Justin Skule. passed house
HR168 Commending the Battlefield High School boys' swim and dive team. passed house
HR169 Commending the Battlefield High School girls' swim and dive team. passed house
HR170 Commending Aatish Sethi and Saahas Gowda. passed house
HR171 Commending the Reverend Terry Davis Edwards. passed house
HR172 Commending the Dochiki Civic and Social Club, Inc. passed house
HR173 Commending Rosa B. Price. passed house
HR174 Celebrating the life of Carolyn Walker Hines. passed house
HR175 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel William A. Hines, Jr., USA, Ret. passed house
HR176 Celebrating the life of Dr. Dimitri R. Bradley. passed house
HR177 Commending the Eastside High School one-act play ensemble. passed house
HR178 Commending Wilbert Tucker Woodson High School boys' swim and dive team. passed house
HR179 Celebrating the life of Milton Alan Cain, Jr. passed house
HR180 Commending Bob F. Holton. passed house
HR181 Commending celebrations of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in 2020. passed house
HR182 Commending Captain J. William Cofer. passed house
HR183 Commending ITServe Alliance. passed house
HR184 Commending Hattie Louise Jones. passed house
HR185 Commending Kim Cummings. passed house
HR186 Commending GCubed Enterprises. passed house
HR187 Commending Dashon Reeves. passed house
HR188 Commending Hilton Elementary School. passed house
HR189 Commending Flora D. Crittenden Middle School. passed house
HR190 Celebrating the life of Lorine Bernice Allen Jordan. passed house
HR191 Celebrating the life of Joe Allen Mann, Ph.D. passed house
HR192 Commending Julian Curtis-Zilius. passed house
HR193 Commending Zakeri Reckmeyer. passed house
HR194 Commending Matthew Abregu. passed house
HR195 Commending the League of Women Voters of Loudoun County. passed house
HR196 Commending the Telugu Association of North America. passed house
HR197 Commending the American Telugu Association. passed house
HR198 Commending the Arc of Loudoun. passed house
HR199 Commending Equality Loudoun. passed house
HR200 Commending the Loudoun County Bar Association. passed house
HR201 Commending Rick Judd. passed house
HR202 Commending Brian Benson. passed house
HR203 Commending Stephen Rau. passed house
HR204 Commending Daniel Zakula. passed house
HR205 Commending Gary Fuller. passed house
HR206 Commending the Young Achievers Program. passed house
HR207 Commending the Joann S.M. Bagnerise. passed house
HR208 Celebrating the life of Rino E. Balducci, Sr. passed house
HR209 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Commander Brian Edward McCaffrey, USCG, Ret. passed house
HR210 Commending Loudoun County wineries. passed house
HR211 Commending the Clarke County High School academic team. passed house
HR212 Commending the Greater Sikh Community of Northern Virginia. passed house
HR213 Commending John E. Potter. passed house
HR214 Judge; nomination for election to circuit court. passed house
HR215 Judge; nomination for election to general district court. passed house
HR216 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed house
HR217 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nominations for election of members. passed house
HR218 State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of a member. passed house
HR219 Amending and readopting Rule 4 of the Rules of the House, conducting session in a disaster. introduced
# Title Status
SB1 Driver's license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. signed by governor
SB2 Marijuana; definitions, possession and consumption, civil penalties, report. passed
SB3 Disorderly conduct; students. enacted
SB4 Public School Assistance Fund and Program; created. dead
SB5 Board of Education; uniform minimum standards modern; public school buildings. dead
SB6 Voter referendum; issuance of state general obligation bonds for school facility modernization. dead
SB7 Minimum wage; increases to $9.50 per hour effective January 1, 2021. enacted
SB8 Virginia Public Procurement Act; public works contracts, prevailing wage rate, penalty. enacted
SB9 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. signed by governor
SB10 Driver's license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. incorporated
SB11 Disposable plastic bags; local tax. signed by governor
SB12 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty. incorporated
SB13 Capitol Square; possessing or transporting a weapon within Square, penalty. dead
SB14 Trigger activators; prohibition, penalty. signed by governor
SB15 Weapons; carrying into building owned or leased by the Commonwealth, penalty. dead
SB16 Assault firearms and certain firearm magazines; prohibiting sale, transport, etc., penalties. in committee
SB17 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. signed by governor
SB18 Firearms; criminal history record information checks, age requirement, penalty. in committee
SB19 Records of marriages; identification of race. incorporated
SB20 Juvenile Justice, Bd of; regs governing housing of youth pursuant to contracts with federal gov't. signed by governor
SB21 Abortion; parental consent requirement, ultrasound requirement, hospital regulations. incorporated
SB22 Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty. incorporated
SB23 Employment and public accommodation; prohibited discrimination, sexual orientation/gender identity. stricken
SB24 Agritourism activities; adds horseback riding to definition. signed by governor
SB25 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. dead
SB26 Plastic bags; tax in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. incorporated
SB27 Uninsured and underinsured motorist insurance policies; bad faith. dead
SB28 Eminent domain; eliminates specific provisions for assessment of costs in certain proceedings. enacted
SB29 Budget Bill. dead
SB30 Budget Bill. dead
SB31 Eminent domain; costs for petition for distribution of funds, interest rate. enacted
SB32 Corporal punishment of a child with an object; penalty. dead
SB33 Consumer finance companies; loans, licensing. dead
SB34 Driver privilege cards; definitions, effective date, report. enacted
SB35 Firearms, ammunition, etc.; control by localities by governing possession, etc., within locality. enacted
SB36 Lottery Board; regulation and control of casino gaming, definitions. enacted
SB37 Open-end credit plans; civil penalty. incorporated
SB38 Open-end credit plans; governing law. incorporated
SB39 Same-sex marriages; civil unions. incorporated
SB40 Line of Duty Act; eligible dependents. signed by governor
SB41 Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children, Va. Council on; membership. signed by governor
SB42 Aggravated sexual battery; penalty. signed by governor
SB43 Absentee voting; prohibiting release of absentee voter applicant list. stricken
SB44 Public elementary and secondary school students; use of topical sunscreen, etc. signed by governor
SB45 Absentee voting; no excuse required. incorporated
SB46 Absentee voting; application form contents. dead
SB47 Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children, Va. Council on the; membership. incorporated
SB48 Nonpayment of wages; discriminatory actions prohibited. signed by governor
SB49 Nonpayment of wages; investigations. signed by governor
SB50 Virginia Human Rights Act; racial discrimination, hair. signed by governor
SB51 Carrying a concealed handgun; consumption of alcohol in a public park, penalty. in committee
SB52 Opioid addiction treatment pilot program; DBHDS, et al., to establish in Planning District 12. dead
SB53 Social workers; licensure by endorsement. signed by governor
SB54 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school resource officers. signed by governor
SB55 Sex offenders in emergency shelters; notification, penalty. in committee
SB56 Congressional and state legislative districts; criteria by which districts are to be drawn. dead
SB57 Campaign finance reports; electronic filing requirement, local and constitutional offices. signed by governor
SB58 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. incorporated
SB59 Juvenile law-enforcement records; disclosures to school principals. dead
SB60 Capital outlay bill; timing of required submission. signed by governor
SB61 Custody and visitation arrangements; use of cannabidiol oil or THC-A oil by foster parent, etc. dead
SB62 Marriage records; divorce and annulment reports, eliminates requirement for identification of race. signed by governor
SB63 Reckless driving; raises threshold for speeding. signed by governor
SB64 Paramilitary activities; penalty. signed by governor
SB65 Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements. signed by governor
SB66 Va. Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices, sexual orientation and gender, etc. incorporated
SB67 Firearms; reporting those lost or stolen, civil penalty. dead
SB68 Provision of abortion; ultrasound requirement. incorporated
SB69 Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty. signed by governor
SB70 Firearm transfers; criminal history record information check, penalty. signed by governor
SB71 Firearms; possession on school property. enacted
SB72 Public defender offices; Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park and County of Prince William. signed by governor
SB73 Minimum wage; increases to $10 per hour effective July 1, 2020, etc. incorporated
SB74 Election day voter registration; State Board of Elections to develop a pilot program, report. dead
SB75 Minors; allowing access to firearms, penalty. in committee
SB76 Protective orders; possession of firearms, penalty. in committee
SB77 Student loans; licensing of qualified education loan servicers, civil penalties, report. enacted
SB78 Minimum wage; pay based on work done. signed by governor
SB79 Minimum wage; tipped employees. stricken
SB80 Student journalists; freedom of speech and the press. dead
SB81 Minimum wage; increases to $9.75 per hour, effective July 1, 2020, etc. incorporated
SB82 Protective order; violation of order, armed with firearm or other deadly weapon. dead
SB83 Firearms; brandishing, etc., at a law-enforcement officer, penalty. dead
SB84 Firearms; concealment while committing certain felonies, penalty. dead
SB85 Stolen firearms; penalties. dead
SB86 Firearms; use or display while committing felony, penalty. dead
SB87 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of City of Va. Beach bearing the legend VB STRONG. signed by governor
SB88 Discharging firearm; penalty. dead
SB89 Protective orders; violation of order while armed with firearm or other deadly weapon, etc. dead
SB90 Capital murder; punishment. dead
SB91 Parole; application of statutes. dead
SB92 Voter registration; preregistration for persons age 16 or older, effective clause. dead
SB93 Taxes on income, wills, and administrations; exemption for victims of the Va. Beach mass shooting. signed by governor
SB94 Virginia Energy Plan; climate change pressing challenge. signed by governor
SB95 Health insurance; coverage for essential health benefits, preventive services. signed by governor
SB96 Norfolk, City of; amending charter, employees of officers, vagrants. signed by governor
SB97 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices, effective clause. dead
SB98 Public elementary & secondary school teachers; probationary term of service, performance evaluation. signed by governor
SB99 Higher educational institutions, public; admissions applications, criminal history information. dead
SB100 Locality health insurance policies; option of including independent-contractor emergency services. stricken
SB101 Driver's license; scanning information. signed by governor
SB102 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming. incorporated
SB103 Juvenile offenders; eligibility for parole. signed by governor
SB104 Vaccinations and immunizations; certain minors given authority to consent. stricken
SB105 Best interests of the child; history of child abuse and acts of violence, etc. signed by governor
SB106 Hydraulic fracturing; drilling through any portion of a groundwater management area, prohibition. signed by governor
SB107 Transient occupancy tax; removes 7/1/21, sunset date from Arlington County's authority to impose. signed by governor
SB108 Virginia State Justice Commission; purpose, membership. dead
SB109 Virginia Retirement System; accidental death and dismemberment benefits, definitions. signed by governor
SB110 Research and development tax credits; extends sunset date, aggregate caps. signed by governor
SB111 Absentee voting; no excuse required. signed by governor
SB112 High school graduation; standard diploma requirements, etc. signed by governor
SB113 Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements. incorporated
SB114 Comprehensive animal care; enforceable under Virginia Consumer Protection Act. signed by governor
SB115 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; certain notices of termination. signed by governor
SB116 Death penalty; severe mental illness. dead
SB117 Family day homes; licensure threshold. stricken
SB118 Underage alcoholic possession, etc.; expungement of certain offenses. incorporated
SB119 Precincts; wholly contained within single election district. incorporated
SB120 Health care providers, certain; program to address career fatigue and wellness, civil immunity. signed by governor
SB121 County and city precincts; required to be wholly contained within election districts. incorporated
SB122 Teledentistry; definitions, establishes requirements for practice, digital scans, etc. signed by governor
SB123 Voter identification; expiration date of Virginia driver's license not considered. incorporated
SB124 Food stamps and TANF; eligibility, drug-related felonies. signed by governor
SB125 Motor vehicle safety inspection program; abolishes the state program. dead
SB126 Method of nominating party candidates; incumbent selection. dead
SB127 Virginia Geographic Information Network Advisory Board; increases membership. signed by governor
SB128 DOE; pilot program, placement transition of certain students. dead
SB129 Public schools; firearm safety education program. stricken
SB130 Electric Utility Regulation, Commission on; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
SB131 Form of ballot; party identification of certain candidates, constitutional offices. dead
SB132 Public schools; electives on the Hebrew Scriptures/Old Testament and the New Testament. dead
SB133 Criminal cases; deferred disposition. signed by governor
SB134 School boards; planning time & planning periods for elementary, middle, & high school teachers. dead
SB135 Children's Services Act; special education programs. dead
SB136 Handheld personal communications devices; holding devices while driving a motor vehicle. incorporated
SB137 Absentee voting; early voting in person without an excuse. incorporated
SB138 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; FOIA officers, training and reporting requirements. signed by governor
SB139 Freedom of Information Advisory Act; training requirements. signed by governor
SB140 FOIA; public higher educational institutions, information related to pledges and donations. signed by governor
SB141 Building and fire codes; notice requirements. stricken
SB142 Virtual Virginia; availability to all public schools. dead
SB143 Disabled veterans and surviving spouses; state subsidy of property tax exemptions. dead
SB144 Protective orders; issuance upon convictions for certain felonies, penalty. signed by governor
SB145 Protective orders; violations, penalty. dead
SB146 Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and mandatory fee increase, student approval. stricken
SB147 Higher educational institutions, public; chief executive officer compensation. stricken
SB148 Driving under the influence; provisions regarding driving or operating a motor vehicle, etc. dead
SB149 Courthouse and courtroom security; assessment. signed by governor
SB150 Criminal fiscal impact statement; bills resulting in a net increase of period of imprisonment. dead
SB151 School personnel; staffing ratios, school nurses. dead
SB152 Auxiliary police officers; calling into service by a locality. stricken
SB153 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; cost estimates, response time. signed by governor
SB154 Restricted licenses; allowable purposes. incorporated
SB155 TANF; eligibility for drug-related felonies. incorporated
SB156 Fostering Futures program; established. signed by governor
SB157 Menhaden; VMRC to adopt regulations for managing the Commonwealth's fishery. incorporated
SB158 Menhaden fishing; prohibited in Chesapeake Bay. dead
SB159 Public employment; prohibits discrimination on basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. incorporated
SB160 Handheld personal communications devices; holding devices while driving a motor vehicle. signed by governor
SB161 Public elementary and secondary schools; treatment of transgender students, policies. signed by governor
SB162 Virginia Personnel Act; hiring preference in state government for persons with disabilities. stricken
SB163 Entitlement to sales tax revenues from certain public facilities; authorized localities. signed by governor
SB164 Accident airtrip insurance; vending machine sales. signed by governor
SB165 Life and annuities agents; report on licensure exam passage rate. signed by governor
SB166 Campaign finance; disbursement of surplus funds, prohibited conversion to personal use. dead
SB167 Teachers, public school; grounds for dismissal. signed by governor
SB168 Line of Duty Act; Virginia licensed health practitioners required to conduct medical reviews. dead
SB169 Warrants; issuance for law-enforcement officers by a magistrate. dead
SB170 Public schools; school resource officers and school security officers, data. signed by governor
SB171 School resource officers and school security officers; training standards. signed by governor
SB172 Health insurance; definitions, payment to out-of-network providers, emergency services. signed by governor
SB173 Stun weapons; prohibits possession on school property, exemptions. signed by governor
SB174 Electoral college; allocation of electoral votes. dead
SB175 Congressional & state legislative districts; standards and criteria to observe in drawing districts. dead
SB176 School holidays; certain election days. dead
SB177 Autism Advisory Council; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
SB178 Kinship Guardianship Assistance program; expands eligibility, fictive kin. signed by governor
SB179 Hate crimes; adds gender, disability, gender identity, or sexual orientation, penalty. signed by governor
SB180 Prevailing wage; public works contracts, penalty. stricken
SB181 Alcoholic beverage control; commercial lifestyle center. signed by governor
SB182 Public works contracts; definitions, authorization of project labor agreements. enacted
SB183 War memorials for veterans; removal, relocation, etc. signed by governor
SB184 Tree conservation ordinance; Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act locality, designated trees. dead
SB185 Nursing homes, hospices, etc.; possession and administration of cannabidiol or THC-A. signed by governor
SB186 Individualized education program teams; Department of Education to develop guidelines. signed by governor
SB187 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); removes time limitations. dead
SB188 Legislation; negative local fiscal impact on local government. dead
SB189 Jails, local; compensation for cost of incarceration of convicted felons. dead
SB190 Children's Services Act; community policy and management teams, use of funds. dead
SB191 Income tax, state; subtraction for active duty military income, etc. dead
SB192 Health insurance; physical therapist office visit, cost-sharing requirements. dead
SB193 Single-use plastic and expanded polystyrene products; local prohibition, local tax. stricken
SB194 Menhaden; VMRC to adopt regulations for managing the Commonwealth's fishery. incorporated
SB195 Virginia Public Procurement Act; statute of limitations on actions on construction contracts. incorporated
SB196 Alcoholic beverage control; food-to-beverage ratio. dead
SB197 Oral threats of death or bodily injury to a person or member of his family, etc.; penalty. dead
SB198 Disposable plastic shopping bags; local option. incorporated
SB199 Charitable gaming; removes restrictions regarding the number of calendar days that may be conducted. signed by governor
SB200 Income tax, state; housing choice vouchers, eligible housing areas. signed by governor
SB201 Virginia Telephone Privacy Protection Act; telephone solicitation calls. incorporated
SB202 Relief; Maxwell, Jack Anthony. dead
SB203 Redistricting; Virginia Redistricting Commission established. dead
SB204 Redistricting; role of Supreme Court of Virginia. dead
SB205 Campaign contribution limits; civil penalty. stricken
SB206 Virginia-Korea Advisory Board; established, report. dead
SB207 Retired sworn law-enforcement officers; purchase of service handguns or other weapons. dead
SB208 Mechanics' liens; right to withhold payment. signed by governor
SB209 Judges; increases maximum number in judicial district. signed by governor
SB210 Teledentistry; definition, report, dental scans. incorporated
SB211 Third-party settlement organizations; reporting of payments. signed by governor
SB212 Alcoholic beverage control; creates annual mixed beverage performing arts facility license. signed by governor
SB213 Personal Maintenance Allowance; DMAS to establish work group to evaluate current amount. signed by governor
SB214 Guardianship; review of Individualized Education Plan. signed by governor
SB215 Inmates; review of death in local correctional facilities, report. passed
SB216 Health insurance; catastrophic health plans. dead
SB217 Campaign finance; reporting of certain contributions received immediately prior to session. signed by governor
SB218 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for employers of National Guard members. dead
SB219 Voter registration; automatic voter registration, effective clause. signed by governor
SB220 In-state tuition; domicile, individuals granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. stricken
SB221 School boards and local law-enforcement agencies; memorandums of understanding, frequency of review. signed by governor
SB222 Menhaden; harvest after closure of fishery, penalty. dead
SB223 Juvenile records; expungement. dead
SB224 Gloucester County; additional sales and use tax, appropriations to incorporated towns. signed by governor
SB225 Removal of dangerous roadside vegetation; local option. signed by governor
SB226 Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; created. incorporated
SB227 Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; review and adjust fee schedules annually. stricken
SB228 Motorized skateboard or scooter; increases age requirement to operate. stricken
SB229 Pleadings, motions, and other papers; signature defects. signed by governor
SB230 Grantor's tax and regional transportation improvement fee; payment of tax or fee. signed by governor
SB231 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for menstrual supplies. dead
SB232 Menstrual supplies; school boards shall make available in each school building. signed by governor
SB233 Insurance agents; licensing and registration renewal. signed by governor
SB234 Human Resource Management, Department of; health insurance for local school board employees. dead
SB235 Health insurance; association health plans. passed
SB236 Constitutional amendment; apportionment, Virginia Redistricting Commission (voter referendum). signed by governor
SB237 School attendance officers; petitions for violation of a school attendance order. signed by governor
SB238 Public schools; increases kindergarten instructional time. signed by governor
SB239 Fluoride varnish; possession and administration by medical assistants, etc. signed by governor
SB240 Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk of injury to himself, etc., penalties. signed by governor
SB241 Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria. dead
SB242 Carnal knowledge of an inmate, parolee, etc.; penalty. dead
SB243 Health insurance; payment to out-of-network providers. dead
SB244 Bluefield, Town of; amending charter, relating to town council, mayor, and town powers. signed by governor
SB245 Conversion therapy; prohibited by certain health care providers. signed by governor
SB246 Driver's license, etc.; sex designation on application form. signed by governor
SB247 No-fault divorce; gender-neutral terminology. signed by governor
SB248 Virginia Gun Violence Intervention and Prevention Fund; created. signed by governor
SB249 School Divisions of Innovation; performance-based assessments. dead
SB250 Medicare; supplement policies for certain individuals under age 65. signed by governor
SB251 Pharmacy benefits managers; licensure and regulation. passed
SB252 Pharmacy benefit managers; licensure and regulation. incorporated
SB253 Deeds of trust; fiduciary duties. dead
SB254 Sales and use tax; allocation in certain counties & cities of historic significance. stricken
SB255 Transient occupancy tax; authorizes Prince George County to impose. signed by governor
SB256 Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Commission; extends sunset provision. signed by governor
SB257 Brodnax, Town of; amending charter, reduces number of town councilmen. signed by governor
SB258 Persons permitted to work in mines; age requirements. signed by governor
SB259 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; excludes library records. signed by governor
SB260 Higher educational institutions, public; notice of meeting, public comment. dead
SB261 Accounts filed by fiduciaries and reports filed by guardians; civil penalty. signed by governor
SB262 Hunting elk; special license created. signed by governor
SB263 Concealed handgun permits; demonstration of competence, effective date. signed by governor
SB264 Certified registered nurse anesthetists; prescriptive authority. signed by governor
SB265 Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumptions. stricken
SB266 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates by public service corporations, etc. incorporated
SB267 Opioids; eliminates limitation on total amount of punitive damages against a manufacturer, etc. in committee
SB268 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain gun safes. signed by governor
SB269 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exclusions, proprietary records and trade secrets. signed by governor
SB270 Pharmacy; practice, regulation by Board of Pharmacy, report. signed by governor
SB271 Higher educational institutions, public; public-private partnerships, wind and solar power. signed by governor
SB272 Tethering animals; adequate shelter and space. signed by governor
SB273 Tangible personal property tax; classes of property, satellites. signed by governor
SB274 Motion picture theaters; required open-captioned showings. dead
SB275 Public schools; enrollment, certain children placed in foster care. signed by governor
SB276 Safety belt system; use in motor vehicles. incorporated
SB277 Income tax, state and corporate; deduction for commuter benefits provided by an employer. signed by governor
SB278 Voter registration; automatic voter registration. incorporated
SB279 Certificate of public need; criteria for determining need. signed by governor
SB280 Health insurance; mental health parity, required report. signed by governor
SB281 Scottsville, Town of; amending charter, staggered elections for town council and other officers. enacted
SB282 Ignition interlock; first offense driving under the influence of drugs. signed by governor
SB283 The Virginia Opry; designating as the official opry of the Commonwealth. signed by governor
SB284 Charlottesville, City of; amending charter, modernizes and reorganizes charter. signed by governor
SB285 Intentional or negligent infliction of injury or death; bystander claims for emotional distress. dead
SB286 Deferred dispositions; property crimes, larceny and receiving stolen goods. signed by governor
SB287 Criminal history information; destruction of information for certain charges and convictions. incorporated
SB288 Maury River; designating a 19.25-mile segment as a component of the Virginia Scenic Rivers System. signed by governor
SB289 Driver's license designation; traumatic brain injury. signed by governor
SB290 Commercial driver's licenses; entry-level driver training. signed by governor
SB291 Mortgage brokers; prohibition on dual compensation. dead
SB292 Zoning appeals, board of; dual office holding. signed by governor
SB293 Financial institutions; multiple-fiduciary accounts. signed by governor
SB294 Bail bondsman; petition for return of deposit for surrender of principal, etc. signed by governor
SB295 Employment; disclosure of terms to employees. dead
SB296 Credit unions; board of directors compensation. signed by governor
SB297 Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention Fund; created, report. signed by governor
SB298 Alcoholic beverage control; tied house exception. stricken
SB299 Potable water; purified water bottle filling station. stricken
SB300 DMAS; remote patient monitoring, rural populations. dead
SB301 Medically underserved areas; transporting patients to 24-hour urgent care facilities. signed by governor
SB302 Utility easements; fiber optic cable. incorporated
SB303 Dogs; import and sale from certain breeders, penalty. signed by governor
SB304 Animal shelters; euthanasia rate. dead
SB305 Custodial interrogations; recording. incorporated
SB306 Criminal history information; destruction of information for certain charges and convictions. dead
SB307 Adults sentenced for juvenile offenses; good conduct credit. signed by governor
SB308 Accounts filed by fiduciaries and reports filed by guardians; perjury, penalty. incorporated
SB309 Deferred dispositions; property crimes, larceny and receiving stolen goods. incorporated
SB310 Public animal shelters; notice to euthanize. dead
SB311 Dogs or cats; breeding for experimentation, prohibition. incorporated
SB312 Felons; postrelease incarceration of offenders sentenced for certain offenses. signed by governor
SB313 New College Institute; increases members on board of directors to 10. signed by governor
SB314 Grandfathering certain nonconforming use; removes certain requirement. dead
SB315 Hospitals; emergency departments, screening patients for depression. stricken
SB316 Elections; date of June primary election. enacted
SB317 Licensed inpatient nursing services; in-home follow-up care upon discharge. dead
SB318 Balloons; reduces the number per hour that a person may release. dead
SB319 Public property, etc.; security on premises where firearms are prohibited. dead
SB320 Virginia Community Flood Preparedness Fund; definitions, low-income loans, forgiveness of principal. enacted
SB321 Veterans; eligibility for status under state and local laws. signed by governor
SB322 State Employee Ombudsman; created. stricken
SB323 High school graduation requirements; advanced diploma, standard units of credit. signed by governor
SB324 School bus drivers; critical shortages. signed by governor
SB325 Voir dire examination of persons called as jurors; criminal case. signed by governor
SB326 Sentencing proceeding by the jury after conviction; recommendation of leniency. dead
SB327 School boards, certain; cost of competing adjustment, eligibility. dead
SB328 Overweight permits; forest products. signed by governor
SB329 Disposal of solid waste fees; Russell County. signed by governor
SB330 Certificate of public need; psychiatric beds and facilities. dead
SB331 Capital murder; killing of a person in a school setting, penalty. dead
SB332 Remote sales tax collections; allocation to Transportation Trust Fund. dead
SB333 USBC &SFPC; proposal for changes to the Codes to address active shooters or hostile threats. signed by governor
SB334 Court Reporters, Virginia Board for; created, report. dead
SB335 Hunting and fishing license; certain military members may receive for 75 percent of fee. dead
SB336 Fishing permits; special permits for certain youth camps. signed by governor
SB337 Animal Cruelty Conviction List; established. stricken
SB338 State Police Officers' Retirement System; exception to mandatory retirement requirement. dead
SB339 Public schools; immunization rates. stricken
SB340 Overgrown vegetation; local authority. signed by governor
SB341 Construction management contracts; use by local public bodies. signed by governor
SB342 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; disclosure of special flood hazard area to purchaser, stricken
SB343 Dams; disclosure statements. signed by governor
SB344 Senate Committee on Finance; name changed to Senate Committee on Finance and Appropriations, etc. dead
SB345 Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumptions. signed by governor
SB346 Contractors, on-site superintendents; boiler and pressure vessel operator license. dead
SB347 Motor vehicles; remote update of software. stricken
SB348 Virginia Lottery Board; regulation of electronic gaming devices, penalty. stricken
SB349 Insurance benefits; certain retired employees of political subdivisions. signed by governor
SB350 Emergency Shelters Upgrade Assistance Grant Fund; established. signed by governor
SB351 Localities; authority to provide broadband service. stricken
SB352 Guardianship and conservatorship; supported decision-making alternative. dead
SB353 Outdoor shooting ranges; prohibited adjacent to residential areas, exceptions, civil penalty. dead
SB354 Electric utility regulation; energy efficiency standard. stricken
SB355 Assisted living facilities; audio-visual recording of residents, report. signed by governor
SB356 Unmanned aircraft; definition, etc. enacted
SB357 Menhaden; management of fishery. incorporated
SB358 Constitutional amendment; apportionment, Virginia Redistricting Commission (voter referendum). incorporated
SB359 Gifts of real estate; title search required for recordation. dead
SB360 Water, sewerage, and drainage; standards for installation by developer, policies for reimbursement. signed by governor
SB361 Coastal areas; study on economic consequences of weather-related events. stricken
SB362 Hyperbaric oxygen therapy; data collection. dead
SB363 Virginia Works Portal; created, report. dead
SB364 Commonwealth Care Health Benefits Program; association health plans for individual market. dead
SB365 Health care provider; SHHR to convene a work group related to credentialing. signed by governor
SB366 Learning management system; Department of Education to obtain for public schools. dead
SB367 Student growth measurement system; Department of Education to obtain an individualized system. dead
SB368 Virginia Public Procurement Act; architectural and professional engineering term contracts. signed by governor
SB369 DGS; guidance to state public bodies regarding purchases of materials made in the United States. dead
SB370 Motor vehicle safety inspection; new motor vehicle. incorporated
SB371 Apprentice agreements; ratio of journeymen to apprentices. dead
SB372 Protective orders; possession of firearms, surrender or transfer of firearms, penalty. incorporated
SB373 Virginia sexual assault forensic examiner coordination program; established, report. signed by governor
SB374 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming. incorporated
SB375 Immunity of persons; statements regarding matters of public concern or made at a public hearing. dead
SB376 Electric utilities; retail competition, renewable energy. dead
SB377 Teacher grievance procedures; hearing, three-member fact finding panel. signed by governor
SB378 Computer trespass; expands the crime. signed by governor
SB379 Electric utilities; retail competition. dead
SB380 Virginia Public Procurement Act; determination of nonresponsibility, local option. signed by governor
SB381 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. incorporated
SB382 Health insurance; coverage for prosthetic devices. dead
SB383 Lobbying; notification to local clerk, penalty. dead
SB384 Virginia Lottery; powers and duties of Board, sports betting, etc. enacted
SB385 Professional engineers; regulations, scope of exception. signed by governor
SB386 Emergency Medical Services Patient Care Information System; trauma data, confidentiality. signed by governor
SB387 Charitable gaming; creates special permit for the play of electronic versions of instant bingo, etc. dead
SB388 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; return of security deposit. signed by governor
SB389 Alcoholic beverage control; definitions, license and fee reform. signed by governor
SB390 Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments. dead
SB391 Adult abuse; financial exploitation, required report by financial institution. signed by governor
SB392 Local school boards; lead testing, report, parental notification. signed by governor
SB393 Child day programs; lead testing, potable water. signed by governor
SB394 Virginia Health Club Act; automated external defibrillator required in health clubs. signed by governor
SB395 Alcoholic beverage control; residency requirement for licensure. signed by governor
SB396 Special police; powers, appointment pursuant to a city charter. dead
SB397 Nursing homes; VDH to convene work group related to increasing availability of clinical workforce. signed by governor
SB398 Higher educational institutions, public; foundations, annual reporting requirements. dead
SB399 Presidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact. stricken
SB400 Virginia Data Commission; established, report. dead
SB401 Immunity of persons at public hearing; attorney fees and costs. signed by governor
SB402 Menhaden fishery; allowable harvest, violation. incorporated
SB403 Va. War Memorial Carillon; control, etc., by Div. of Engineering & Buildings. signed by governor
SB404 Health insurance; short-term limited-duration medical plans, definitions, effective date. signed by governor
SB405 Motor Vehicles, Department of; access to certain documents. stricken
SB406 Virginia Environmental Justice Act; definitions, policy regarding environmental justice. enacted
SB407 American Revolutionary 250 Commission; established, membership, report, sunset provision. signed by governor
SB408 District courts; protective orders, civil cases appealed, notice of docketing. signed by governor
SB409 Landfills, large; local impact. dead
SB410 Public school buildings; school board shall maintain water mgmt. program to prevent Legionnaires'. signed by governor
SB411 Employment health and safety standards; heat illness prevention, definition. dead
SB412 Family assessments; increases timeline for completion. signed by governor
SB413 Certificate of public need; criteria for determination of need. stricken
SB414 Alcoholic beverage control; limited distiller's license, allowable gallonage. signed by governor
SB415 Compensation for wrongful incarceration; annuity term. signed by governor
SB416 Common interest communities; Property Owners' Association Act, special meetings. dead
SB417 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; use of certain revenues. dead
SB418 Virginia Public Procurement Act; cooperative procurement, construction. dead
SB419 Conservation of trees; Town of Vienna. dead
SB420 Public schools; seizure management and action plan, training. dead
SB421 Consumer lending; replaces references to payday loans with term 'short-term loans.' enacted
SB422 Health regulatory boards; clarifies the meaning of 'license.' signed by governor
SB423 Health insurance; mandated coverage for hearing aids for minors. signed by governor
SB424 Health plans; calculation of enrollee's contribution to out-of-pocket maximum requirement. dead
SB425 Assisted living facilities; audio-visual recording of residents, report. stricken
SB426 Agreements between private employer and labor or organization; fair share fees. dead
SB427 Employee protection; discharge for protective order prohibited. dead
SB428 Initial child support order; unreimbursed medical expenses for pregnancy and birth. signed by governor
SB429 Child support; withholding from income of an independent contractor. signed by governor
SB430 Minor's child-care records; access by parent. signed by governor
SB431 Provision of mental health services to a minor; access to health records. dead
SB432 Spousal support; reservation of right to seek, material change of circumstances. signed by governor
SB433 Domestic relations cases; invocation of constitutional rights, adverse inference. signed by governor
SB434 Child support; assignment of tax credits. signed by governor
SB435 Waterfowl blinds; blinds in locality where certain hunting prohibited. signed by governor
SB436 Virginia Voluntary Do Not Sell Firearms List; established, penalty. signed by governor
SB437 Bicyclists and other vulnerable road users; penalty. enacted
SB438 Judicial performance evaluation program; risk assessment tool, use of alternative sanction. dead
SB439 Driving under the influence; remote alcohol monitoring, penalty. signed by governor
SB440 Electronic transmission of sexually explicit visual material by minors; penalties. dead
SB441 Alcoholic beverage control; winery license privileges. signed by governor
SB442 Polling place activities; reorganization of sections, technical amendments. signed by governor
SB443 Provisional voting; reorganization of sections, technical amendments. signed by governor
SB444 Election recounts; reorganization of sections, technical amendments. signed by governor
SB445 Cemeteries; acquisition of abandoned lots in cities and certain towns. signed by governor
SB446 Constitutional amendment; personal property tax exemption for motor vehicle of a disabled veteran. dead
SB447 Alcoholic beverage control; license and fee reform. incorporated
SB448 Higher educational institutions, public; contracting firms, president of the institution. signed by governor
SB449 Death penalty; abolishes penalty, including those persons currently under a death sentence. dead
SB450 Firearms; prohibition in chambers of local governing bodies. incorporated
SB451 Juvenile and domestic relations district court; award of attorney fees and costs. signed by governor
SB452 Motor vehicle fuels; sales tax in certain counties and cities. dead
SB453 Transportation revenues; Secretary of Transportation to evaluate. stricken
SB454 Blacksburg, Town of; amending charter, public hearings. signed by governor
SB455 Absentee voting; deadline for returning absentee ballot. signed by governor
SB456 Income tax, state; subtraction for low-income military veterans with a service-connected disability. dead
SB457 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for employers of National Guard members. dead
SB458 Microloans for Veterans Program and Fund; created. dead
SB459 Hunting and fishing licenses; veterans and active duty service members. stricken
SB460 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for employers of military spouses. dead
SB461 Veterans and active duty members of the Armed Forces; teachers, credit for service. dead
SB462 Higher educational institutions, public; in-state tuition, children of active duty service members. signed by governor
SB463 Student-athletes; sudden cardiac arrest prevention. signed by governor
SB464 Higher educational institutions; intercollegiate athletics, student-athletes, compensation. dead
SB465 Volunteer or nonprofit organizations, certain; donation by locality of in-kind resources. signed by governor
SB466 Lists of registered voters; jury selection. signed by governor
SB467 Police animals; killing or injuring, penalty. dead
SB468 HOV lanes; autocycles. stricken
SB469 Primary ballot; certain required statements as qualification for candidacy, failure to timely file. signed by governor
SB470 Utility easements; encroachments. stricken
SB471 Medical Assistance Services, Department of; contracts with managed care organizations. stricken
SB472 Foster care; termination of parental rights, independent living needs assessments. signed by governor
SB473 Drivers of vehicles approaching stationary vehicles displaying certain warning lights; duties, etc. dead
SB474 Health care provider panels; vertically integrated carriers, public hospitals. dead
SB475 Virginia Public Procurement Act; use of best value contracting. dead
SB476 Risk management plan; coverage for injury or death on public school or college property. dead
SB477 Risk management plan; coverage for injury or death on state property, concealed handgun prohibition. dead
SB478 Clinch River; designating segment in Tazewell County as part of the Clinch State Scenic River. signed by governor
SB479 Protective orders; possession of firearms, surrender or transfer of firearms, penalty. enacted
SB480 Employment; covenants not to compete, definition of low-wage employees, civil penalty. signed by governor
SB481 Employees; earned sick leave, civil penalties. dead
SB482 Developmental Disabilities Mortality Review Committee; created, report. signed by governor
SB483 Abuse and neglect of children; contact with other parent, penalty. dead
SB484 Local taxing authority; equalizes city and county taxing authorities. incorporated
SB485 Eminent domain; remnants and remainders. dead
SB486 Food waste; to study VDACS sources, scale, and prevention of food waste. dead
SB487 Virginia Public Procurement Act; architectural and professional engineering term contracts. signed by governor
SB488 Campaign contribution limits; civil penalty. dead
SB489 Criminal cases; authority to defer and dismiss. dead
SB490 Firearms; purchase, possession, etc., following a conviction. dead
SB491 Inquiry and report of immigration status; persons charged with or convicted of certain crimes. signed by governor
SB492 Sex offenses; requiring registration. signed by governor
SB493 Geriatric, terminally ill, etc., prisoners; conditional release. dead
SB494 Crisis intervention team training; defines and adds to stakeholders, etc. signed by governor
SB495 Alcoholic beverage control; jewelry store license. dead
SB496 Alcoholic beverage control; culinary lodging resort. signed by governor
SB497 Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage restaurant license, mini bottles. signed by governor
SB498 Alcoholic beverage control; expands definition of resort complex. signed by governor
SB499 Specialty dockets; veterans docket. signed by governor
SB500 Teaching material expenses; establishes a tax credit, effective clause. dead
SB501 Adoption and foster care; persons authorized to conduct home studies. dead
SB502 Child support enforcement; Department of Social Services to distribute support payments. dead
SB503 Certificate of public need; conditions, civil penalty. dead
SB504 Virginia Energy Plan; covenants regarding solar power, reasonable restrictions. signed by governor
SB505 Firearms, ammunition, etc.; control by localities in local government buildings. incorporated
SB506 Firearms; control by localities. incorporated
SB507 Local correctional facilities; appeals of noncompliance determinations. stricken
SB508 Local option health insurance plan; coverage for brand-name medications. dead
SB509 Hunting and firearms; local regulation. dead
SB510 Milk; definition, misbranding product, prohibition. dead
SB511 Writ of actual innocence; petition by convicted person. signed by governor
SB512 Driver's licenses; suspensions for certain non-driving related offenses. incorporated
SB513 Driver's license; suspensions for certain non-driving related offenses. signed by governor
SB514 Driver's license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. incorporated
SB515 Northern Neck Technical Center; opening of the school year. signed by governor
SB516 Redistricting; population data, reallocation of prison populations. dead
SB517 Charges and convictions, certain; expungement. incorporated
SB518 Commonwealth's biennial appropriations; changing to begin in odd-numbered years. dead
SB519 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; cemeteries, exemptions. signed by governor
SB520 Driving under the influence of alcohol; secure transdermal alcohol monitoring, penalty. incorporated
SB521 Medicaid Fiscal Oversight and Accountability, Office of; created, report. dead
SB522 Balance billing; emergency and elective services. incorporated
SB523 Certificates of public need; civil penalty. dead
SB524 Motor vehicle dealer; advertising. signed by governor
SB525 Passenger buses; width requirements. signed by governor
SB526 Budget bill; broadband and economic development. dead
SB527 Virginia Commercial Driver's License Act; repeals statement of intent and purpose. signed by governor
SB528 Richmond, City of; amending charter, residency of council members. signed by governor
SB529 Admissibility of statements of a deceased or incompetent party; hearsay exception. dead
SB530 Epinephrine; possession and administration by a restaurant employee. signed by governor
SB531 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. incorporated
SB532 Third-party power purchase agreements; regulation of retail sales of electricity under agreements. incorporated
SB533 Pari-mutuel wagering; breakage, distribution for problem gambling treatment and support. dead
SB534 Hope Card Program; permanent protective orders. dead
SB535 Congressional and legislative district boundaries; alignment with boundaries. dead
SB536 Incentives for telecommunications companies; provision of wireless broadband services. dead
SB537 Mandatory minimum punishment; limitation. dead
SB538 Drug Control Act; adds certain chemicals to Schedule I of Act. signed by governor
SB539 Utility easements; broadband or other communications services. incorporated
SB540 Health professionals; unprofessional conduct, reporting. signed by governor
SB541 Middleburg, Town of; amending charter, clarification of powers and duties of mayor, council, etc. signed by governor
SB542 Securities Act; equity crowdfunding exemption. signed by governor
SB543 Firearms shows; mandatory background check. signed by governor
SB544 Physician assistant; capacity determinations. signed by governor
SB545 Appeals of right in general district court; appeals of final orders or judgments. signed by governor
SB546 Juveniles; trial as adult. signed by governor
SB547 Super precincts; pilot program. dead
SB548 Unemployment compensation; amends various provisions regarding compensation. enacted
SB549 Nuclear energy; strategic plan for overall goal of carbon-free energy. signed by governor
SB550 Dating relationship abuse; penalty. dead
SB551 High school graduation requirements; standard diploma, workforce skills training. stricken
SB552 Regional alternative education programs; funding. dead
SB553 Partition of property; in partition actions the court shall order an appraisal of property. signed by governor
SB554 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; additional retirement allowance, retirement age. incorporated
SB555 Voting; restrictions on the basis of race. signed by governor
SB556 Speeding fines; exceeding speed limit on U.S. Route 15 and U.S. Route 17 in Fauquier County. signed by governor
SB557 VDOT; electronic speed indicator signs on U.S. Route 17. signed by governor
SB558 Speed limits for certain large vehicles; U.S. Route 17. stricken
SB559 Entitlement to sales tax revenues from certain public facilities; authorized localities. stricken
SB560 War veterans; removal, relocation, or altering of monuments. incorporated
SB561 Workers' compensation; post-traumatic stress disorder, law-enforcement officers and firefighters. enacted
SB562 Rebuilt vehicles; issuance of title. signed by governor
SB563 DGS; public posting of contract information on central electronic procurement. signed by governor
SB564 Virginia Hearing Loss Identification & Monitoring System; language development for certain children. dead
SB565 Collaborative practice agreements; adds nurse practitioners and physician assistants to list. signed by governor
SB566 Naloxone or other opioid antagonist; possession and administration. signed by governor
SB567 Disability insurance; coverage for disability arising out of childbirth, report. signed by governor
SB568 Medical assistance services; managed care organization contracts with pharmacy benefits managers. signed by governor
SB569 DBHDS and VSP; mobile applications, mental health and public safety. dead
SB570 State-Funded Kinship Guardianship Assistance program; created. dead
SB571 Visitation; petition of grandparent for visitation of child. dead
SB572 Alzheimer's disease and related dementias; early detection and diagnosis, risk reduction and care. signed by governor
SB573 Health plans; calculation of enrollee's contribution to out-of-pocket maximum requirements. incorporated
SB574 Protective orders; petitioning court on behalf of incapacitated persons. in committee
SB575 Prescription Monitoring Program; information disclosed to Emergency Department Information. signed by governor
SB576 Commonwealth of Virginia Innovation Partnership Authority; created. signed by governor
SB577 Capital outlay plan; updates six-year plan for projects. signed by governor
SB578 Early childhood care and education; establishment of system, definitions, licensure. signed by governor
SB579 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; changes to provisions. signed by governor
SB580 Commonwealth of Virginia Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2020; created. signed by governor
SB581 Minors; allowing access to firearms, Class 6 felony. dead
SB582 Commonwealth's tax system; conformity with the Internal Revenue Code. signed by governor
SB583 Virginia Spirits Board and Virginia Spirits Promotion Fund; established, report. signed by governor
SB584 Common interest communities; Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act. signed by governor
SB585 Guardianship; special education transition materials, etc. signed by governor
SB586 Auditor of Public Accounts; duties, Commonwealth Data Point. signed by governor
SB587 MEI Project Approval Commission; changes to membership and operation. signed by governor
SB588 Localities; authority to levy taxes. enacted
SB589 Zoning administrators; notice of decisions and determinations. signed by governor
SB590 Advanced recycling; incentives in income tax, sales tax, and machinery and tools tax. signed by governor
SB591 Gasification facilities and pyrolysis facilities; economic development incentives. dead
SB592 Submissions to the Department of Motor Vehicles; paper documents. stricken
SB593 Family day homes, licensed, etc.; storage of unloaded firearms in a locked container, cabinet, etc. signed by governor
SB594 Public School Security Equipment Grant Act of 2013; eligible security equipment. signed by governor
SB595 Public School Security Equipment Grant Act of 2013; eligible security equipment, vaping detectors. signed by governor
SB596 Motor vehicle fuels; sales tax in certain counties and cities. incorporated
SB597 Elkton, Town of; amending charter, town boundaries, council meetings. signed by governor
SB598 Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; created. incorporated
SB599 Early childhood care and education; development of unified public-private system. stricken
SB600 Elementary and secondary schools, etc.; repealing several Acts relating to racial segregation. signed by governor
SB601 Legal holidays; Election Day, removes Lee-Jackson Day as state holiday. signed by governor
SB602 Temporary detention order; transportation, change of provider. incorporated
SB603 Involuntary admission order; transportation, transfer to local law enforcement. signed by governor
SB604 Land preservation tax credit; verification requirements. dead
SB605 Health insurance; formula and enteral nutrition products. signed by governor
SB606 Virginia Retirement System; increased retirement allowance for certain judges. dead
SB607 Virginia Public Procurement Act; statute of limitations on actions on construction contracts. signed by governor
SB608 Police and court records; expungement. dead
SB609 Casino Gaming Establishment Location Commission; created. incorporated
SB610 Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Grant Program and Fund; created. signed by governor
SB611 Truck Manufacturing Grant Fund; created. signed by governor
SB612 Historical Statues in the United States Capitol, Commission for; removal of Robert E. Lee statue. signed by governor
SB613 Public utilities; third-party advertising prohibited. dead
SB614 Firearms, certain; prohibition on carrying in public places. in committee
SB615 Firearms; control by localities in local government buildings and parks. incorporated
SB616 Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; name change. signed by governor
SB617 Absentee voting; voter satellite offices for absentee voting in person. signed by governor
SB618 Specialty dockets; referrals. dead
SB619 Mental health awareness training; certain school board employees required to complete. signed by governor
SB620 Veterans; war memorial. incorporated
SB621 Open-space and conservation easements; rule of construction. dead
SB622 Corrections, State Board of; renamed as State Board of Local and Regional Jails, powers and duties. signed by governor
SB623 Handheld speed monitoring devices; DSP and local police may operate in highway work zone. incorporated
SB624 Geriatric prisoners; conditional release. dead
SB625 Failure to advise of consequences of guilty plea; vacation of conviction. dead
SB626 Hazardous Substance Aboveground Storage Tank Fund; created. dead
SB627 Contractors to subcontractors; prompt payment. dead
SB628 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; residential building energy analysis. signed by governor
SB629 Shared solar programs; electric utility regulation, etc. enacted
SB630 Common interest communities; electric vehicle charging stations permitted. signed by governor
SB631 Abandoned and stolen shopping carts; local regulation. signed by governor
SB632 Public utilities; aggregate energy storage capacity in the Commonwealth. signed by governor
SB633 Music therapy; definition of music therapist, licensure. signed by governor
SB634 Alternative and efficient energies; subsidies and effective clause. dead
SB635 Right to reproductive choice; right to refuse contraception. stricken
SB636 Racial inequity; repeals numerous obsolete and discriminatory Acts. signed by governor
SB637 Estate tax; reinstatement. dead
SB638 Affordable housing; location near Metrorail station. dead
SB639 Virginia Growth and Opportunity Fund; regional grant awards. dead
SB640 Unlawful detainer; expungement of actions, effective date. signed by governor
SB641 Civil action; sale of personal data. dead
SB642 Multi-jurisdiction grand jury; functions, failure to pay wages. dead
SB643 Motor Vehicles, Department of; issuance of certain documents. incorporated
SB644 Traffic incident management vehicles; exempt from certain regulations. dead
SB645 Local arbitration agreements; disclosure of certain information. dead
SB646 Tetrahydrocannabinol concentration; definition. signed by governor
SB647 Zoning; development approvals. signed by governor
SB648 Goats; grazing on stream buffers. stricken
SB649 Town taxes; collection by county. signed by governor
SB650 Virginia Public Procurement Act; small purchases. signed by governor
SB651 Fairfax County; policemen's pension and retirement board. signed by governor
SB652 Fairfax County; policemen's retirement system. signed by governor
SB653 Real estate brokers; escrow funds. signed by governor
SB654 Health insurance; formula and enteral nutrition products. incorporated
SB655 Physical injuries or death caused to a person; consideration of bills. dead
SB656 Offender medical and mental health information and records; exchange of information to facility. signed by governor
SB657 Certificate of birth; new certificate issued to show change of sex. signed by governor
SB658 Contracts with design professionals; provisions requiring a duty to defend void. signed by governor
SB659 Contributory negligence; motor vehicle accident involving a pedestrian, bicyclist, etc. dead
SB660 Virginia Equal Pay Act; civil penalties. dead
SB661 Accrual of cause of action; diagnoses of nonmalignant and malignant asbestos-related injury. signed by governor
SB662 Employee misclassification; retaliatory actions prohibited, civil penalty. signed by governor
SB663 Practice of medicine and other healing arts; provision of litigation assistance. dead
SB664 Motor vehicles; liability insurance coverage limits, effective date. dead
SB665 Electronic Identity Management Act; definitions, federated digital identity systems. signed by governor
SB666 Voter registration; notification of denial. signed by governor
SB667 Overdoses; arrest and prosecution when experiencing or reporting. signed by governor
SB668 Child care providers; out-of-state background checks. signed by governor
SB669 Animal testing; breeding. dead
SB670 Unrestorably incompetent defendant; competency report. signed by governor
SB671 Virginia Retirement System; return to employment by certain retired employees. dead
SB672 Property Owners' Association Act and Virginia Condominium Act; contract disclosure statement. signed by governor
SB673 Nonagricultural irrigation wells; prohibited outside surficial aquifer. signed by governor
SB674 Voluntary forest mitigation; agreements. signed by governor
SB675 Child care providers; fingerprint-based criminal background checks, repeals sunset. signed by governor
SB676 Hampton, City of; alcoholic beverage control licensees. signed by governor
SB677 Records of financial institutions; reimbursement of costs for production. dead
SB678 Central registry; electronic requests and responses. signed by governor
SB679 Eastern Virginia Groundwater Management Advisory Committee; established, report, sunset provision. signed by governor
SB680 Teachers in certain schools for students with disabilities; extension of provisional licenses. signed by governor
SB681 Criminal cases; compensation of experts, effective clause. dead
SB682 Food and beverage tax; county imposing a tax greater than four percent. incorporated
SB683 Competency to stand trial; outpatient treatment may occur. signed by governor
SB684 Firearms; mental health as disqualifier for possession, etc. signed by governor
SB685 Certified pollution control equipment and facilities; tax exemption, timing of certification. signed by governor
SB686 Assisted living facilities; regulations governing individualized service plans. signed by governor
SB687 Bicycles; signage, effective clause. dead
SB688 Alcoholic beverage control; distillers' licenses, remote stores and tasting rooms. dead
SB689 Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of local special events licensees. signed by governor
SB690 Dayton, Town of; amending charter, organizational and technical changes. signed by governor
SB691 School Guardian Fund and Program; created and established. dead
SB692 Interstate 81 Corridor; motor vehicle fuels sales tax. dead
SB693 Common-law defense of intra-family immunity; abolished in certain cases. signed by governor
SB694 Notaries; qualifications, conviction of a felony. dead
SB695 Telemarketing; financial exploitation, agency communication. signed by governor
SB696 Absentee voting; no excuse required when voting in person. incorporated
SB697 Execution of wills; requires the witnesses to be disinterested, definition. dead
SB698 Alcoholic beverage control; distiller licenses, monthly revenue transfers. signed by governor
SB699 Juries; fine for failure to respond to questionnaire. dead
SB700 Wills; indexed in the name of executor as listed in such instrument. signed by governor
SB701 Conflict of Interests Act, State & Local Gov't, and FOIA; training requirements for ex. directors. signed by governor
SB702 Marine Resources Commission; permit fees, pier application, oyster fund. signed by governor
SB703 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; disclosure by executive directors & members. signed by governor
SB704 Chesapeake Bay watershed implementation plan initiatives; nutrient management plans for cropland. signed by governor
SB705 United States passports; issuance by circuit court clerk's office. dead
SB706 Human trafficking; assessments by local departments. signed by governor
SB707 Landlord and tenant; statement of tenant rights and responsibilities. signed by governor
SB708 Housing authorities; notice of intent to demolish or liquidate housing projects. signed by governor
SB709 ABC Authority; work group to study tied house provisions, report. dead
SB710 Distributed solar & other renewable energy; sales of electricity under third-party agreements. signed by governor
SB711 Driving while license, permit, or privilege to drive suspended or revoked; mandatory minimum term. signed by governor
SB712 Virginia Human Rights Act; unlawful discrimination on the basis of pregnancy, childbirth. signed by governor
SB713 Art therapists and art therapy associates; definitions, licensure. signed by governor
SB714 Virginia Revolutionary 250 Commission; established, report. incorporated
SB715 TANF; menstrual supplies. dead
SB716 People with developmental disabilities; Sec. of PSHS, et al., to create and implement policies. dead
SB717 Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria. enacted
SB718 Health insurance; interhospital transfer for newborn or mother. signed by governor
SB719 Virginia Minimum Wage Act; exclusions. dead
SB720 PSAP dispatchers; definitions, telecommunicator cardiopulmonary resuscitation; EMD program. signed by governor
SB721 Orders of restitution; enforcement. dead
SB722 Institutional racial segregation and discrimination; repeals several Acts. signed by governor
SB723 Bail; data collection and reporting standards, report, effective clause. dead
SB724 Misdemeanor sexual offenses; increases statute of limitations, where the victim is a minor. signed by governor
SB725 Classification of land and improvements for tax purposes; City of Richmond. signed by governor
SB726 Richmond Metropolitan Transportation Authority; change in membership. signed by governor
SB727 Real estate tax; exemption for property in redevelopment or conservation areas. signed by governor
SB728 Standards of Quality; work-based learning, teacher leaders and mentors, principal mentors. dead
SB729 School principals; incident reports. signed by governor
SB730 Custodial interrogations; recording. dead
SB731 Investor-owned electric utilities; rate of return on common equity. signed by governor
SB732 Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; created. signed by governor
SB733 Abortion; expands who can perform in first trimester, informed consent required. signed by governor
SB734 Residential psychiatric placement and services; SOE, et al., to establish work group. signed by governor
SB735 Peer-to-peer vehicle sharing platforms; definitions, establishes requirements. enacted
SB736 Court fines and costs; community service work in lieu of payment, during imprisonment. signed by governor
SB737 Local electoral boards; office vacated if board member ceases to be qualified voter of county, etc. signed by governor
SB738 Temporary detention; observation, testing, or treatment. enacted
SB739 Acute psychiatric bed registry; DBHDS shall establish work group to evaluate, etc. signed by governor
SB740 County and city precincts; required to be wholly contained within election districts. enacted
SB741 Workers' compensation; occupation disease presumptions, PTSD. incorporated
SB742 Dogs or cats; rental or lease prohibited, civil penalty, exception. signed by governor
SB743 Casino Gaming Establishment Location Commission; created. incorporated
SB744 Misclassification of employees as independent contractors; Department of Taxation to investigate. signed by governor
SB745 Income tax, state; exclusion, student loan forgiveness, disabled veterans. signed by governor
SB746 Comprehensive plan; adoption or disapproval by governing body. signed by governor
SB747 Nutrient and sediment credit generation and transfer; limits certain transfers to private sector. signed by governor
SB748 Offender medical and mental health information and records; exchange of information to facility. incorporated
SB749 Peer-to-peer vehicle sharing platforms; establishes sale of insurance, etc., for platforms. incorporated
SB750 Peer-to-peer vehicle sharing platforms; definition, taxation. incorporated
SB751 Charitable gaming; regulations of the Charitable Gaming Board. dead
SB752 Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act; illegal gambling device. signed by governor
SB753 Virginia National Guard; state active duty for emergency response. signed by governor
SB754 Electric cooperatives; on-bill tariff programs, definitions. signed by governor
SB755 Vehicle damage; disclosure to vehicle title. stricken
SB756 Income tax, corporate; combined reporting requirements. dead
SB757 Medical Excellence Zone Program; VDH to determine feasibility of establishment. signed by governor
SB758 Electric personal delivery devices; changes related to devices. enacted
SB759 Photo speed monitoring devices; civil penalty. dead
SB760 Psychologists; licensure, permitted to practice in Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact. signed by governor
SB761 Driver's license; DMV to issue licenses and special ID cards. signed by governor
SB762 Solar energy projects; revenue share assessment. enacted
SB763 Local tax; amount of exemption for solar energy equipment. signed by governor
SB764 Certificate of public need; revises the Medical Care Facilities Certificate of Public Need Program. enacted
SB765 Health insurance; provider contracts, business practices, adverse changes, penalties. dead
SB766 Health care; explanation of benefits, sensitive health care services. signed by governor
SB767 Health insurance; payment to out-of-network providers. dead
SB768 Temporary detention; DBHDS shall study who may evaluate. signed by governor
SB769 Environmental proceedings; findings of fact. dead
SB770 Paid family and medical leave program; Virginia Employment Commission to establish. dead
SB771 Interlocutory appeals; immunity, petitions or appeals, civil actions. signed by governor
SB772 Bait fish; unlawful to transport for sale outside of the Commonwealth, penalty. signed by governor
SB773 Heritage trail; creation for motor racing locations in Virginia. signed by governor
SB774 Big game hunting; guaranteed kills prohibited, penalty. signed by governor
SB775 Discovery in criminal cases; penalties. in subcommittee
SB776 Wetlands protection; living shorelines. signed by governor
SB777 Virginia Security for Public Deposits Act; collateral for public deposits. dead
SB778 Housing; extension of approvals to address crisis. stricken
SB779 Sixth grade science curriculum; DOE & DEQ to update. dead
SB780 Campgrounds; inherent risks, liability. dead
SB781 Handguns; leaving unattended in public, penalty. in committee
SB782 Undergrounding electric transmission lines; pilot program. signed by governor
SB783 Carbon market participation; submerged aquatic vegetation. signed by governor
SB784 Transmission lines; relocation and undergrounding. dead
SB785 Mortgage loan originators; exempts retailers of manufactured or modular homes, etc. dead
SB786 Animal shelters; housing conditions. signed by governor
SB787 Hampton Roads Regional Arena Authority; created, financing of a Hampton Roads arena and facility. signed by governor
SB788 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount. signed by governor
SB789 Advanced recycling; incentives in income tax, sales tax, and machinery and tools tax. incorporated
SB790 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; provide benefits to conservation officers. dead
SB791 Menhaden; management of the fishery. enacted
SB792 Nonpublic service companies, certain; conveyance of right-of-way usage. signed by governor
SB793 Parole; exception to limitation on the application of parole statutes. enacted
SB794 Utility easements; location of broadband and other communications facilities. signed by governor
SB795 Offshore drilling; prohibition on leases, policy. signed by governor
SB796 Hampton Roads Coastal Resiliency Authority; created. stricken
SB797 Uniform Statewide Building Code; exceptions, provisions, and modifications. stricken
SB798 Driving after forfeiture of license; guilty of certain offenses. signed by governor
SB799 County food and beverage tax; eliminates limit that restricts a county from imposing. incorporated
SB800 Real property; tax exemption for certified pollution control equipment and facilities. dead
SB801 Subpoena duces tecum; attorney of record may issue in any criminal case. signed by governor
SB802 Death penalty executions; imposes a moratorium. dead
SB803 Attorneys for the Commonwealth; compensation and collection of fees. dead
SB804 Employees providing domestic service; definitions, report. signed by governor
SB805 Robbery; definition, penalty. dead
SB806 Criminal cases; ex parte requests for expert assistance. dead
SB807 Larceny; subsequent offenses, penalty. dead
SB808 Police and court records; expungement of records, misdemeanor and felony convictions. dead
SB809 Parole; application of statutes. incorporated
SB810 Discretionary sentencing guidelines worksheets; use by juries. dead
SB811 Sentencing in a criminal case; procedure for trial by jury, ascertainment of punishment, etc. dead
SB812 Virginia Telephone Privacy Protection Act; telephone solicitation calls. signed by governor
SB813 Virginia High Speed Chase Alert Program; created. dead
SB814 Driver's licenses; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs. incorporated
SB815 Marijuana; decriminalization of simple possession, penalty. incorporated
SB816 Minimum wage; increases to $8.50 per hour on July 1, 2020, to $9.75 per hour on July 2, 2021. incorporated
SB817 Nuclear energy; considered a clean energy source. signed by governor
SB818 Behavioral health dockets; established. signed by governor
SB819 Drug Treatment Court Act; authorization and availability. dead
SB820 Constitutional amendment; personal property tax exemption for motor vehicle of a disable veteran. incorporated
SB821 Parole; exception to limitation on the application of parole statutes. incorporated
SB822 Telephone privacy protection; solicitor to immediately disclose who is calling, etc. dead
SB823 Writs of actual innocence; petition by person who was convicted of a felony, etc. dead
SB824 Alcoholic beverage control; distiller licenses, Internet orders and shipments. dead
SB825 Firearms; carrying loaded into public areas, government buildings. dead
SB826 Water and sewer service charges; tenant or lessee. dead
SB827 Industrial hemp; federal regulations, adoption in Virginia. incorporated
SB828 Carbon-free energy and clean energy; definition. signed by governor
SB829 Governor; authority to reinstate professional licenses. dead
SB830 Pharmacy technicians and pharmacy technician trainees; registration. signed by governor
SB831 Water utility or sewer utility asset acquisitions; fair market valuations. signed by governor
SB832 Private schools; sexual misconduct, employment assistance prohibited. signed by governor
SB833 Alcoholic beverage control; limitation of tasting licenses. signed by governor
SB834 Affordable housing; certain localities allowed to adopt dwelling unit ordinances. signed by governor
SB835 Municipal elections in November; council members appointed to fill vacancy ineligible to vote. dead
SB836 Naloxone; possession and administration, employee or person acting on behalf of a public place. signed by governor
SB837 Corrections Private Management Act; name change, private management prohibited. dead
SB838 Nonpayment of wages; cause of action, penalties. signed by governor
SB839 Zoning; permitted provisions in ordinance, worker protection. dead
SB840 Insanity; persons acquitted. dead
SB841 George Mason University; encouraged to establish a school of medicine. dead
SB842 Electric energy; customer choice. dead
SB843 Stormwater and erosion and sediment control; acceptance of plans in lieu of plan review. signed by governor
SB844 Computer trespass; expands the crime. incorporated
SB845 School buildings, public; mold testing, effective date. signed by governor
SB846 Organ, eye, or tissue transplantation; discrimination prohibited. signed by governor
SB847 Public schools; reduces number of Standards of Learning assessments, report. dead
SB848 Northern Virginia Transportation Commission; changes report date. signed by governor
SB849 Lawn fertilizer; contractor-applicators. signed by governor
SB850 Central State Colony, etc.; repeals various Chapters relating to establishment. signed by governor
SB851 Electric utility regulation; environmental goals. signed by governor
SB852 Tobacco products; tax on all tobacco products, penalties. dead
SB853 Culturally Relevant and Inclusive Education Practices Advisory Committee; established, report. signed by governor
SB854 Virginia Urban Agriculture Advisory Council; created, report. dead
SB855 Financial institutions; small loans, penalty. dead
SB856 Elections, State Board of; increasing membership and terms, role and eligibility, report. signed by governor
SB857 Voter registration; public access not required for certain events. signed by governor
SB858 Naturopathic doctors; Board of Medicine to license and regulate. dead
SB859 Absentee voting; emergency absentee voting by and late applications for persons hospitalized. signed by governor
SB860 Electric utilities; offshore wind development. enacted
SB861 Group health benefit plans; bona fide associations, benefits consortium. passed
SB862 Pharmacy benefits managers; required to register with Commissioner of Bureau of Insurance. incorporated
SB863 Southwestern Va. Mental Health Institute; Governor to lease a portion of property to Smyth County. dead
SB864 Comprehensive harm reduction programs; public health emergency, repeals sunset provision. signed by governor
SB865 Aircraft; registration, clarifies definition. incorporated
SB866 Virginia Human Rights Act; discrimination on the basis of pregnancy, childbirth. stricken
SB867 Health care provider panels; vertically integrated carriers, providers. dead
SB868 Discrimination; prohibited in public accommodations, etc., causes of action. signed by governor
SB869 Hearing notice by localities; timely notice related to planning or zoning matter to newspaper, etc. signed by governor
SB870 Solar photovoltaic projects; special exceptions for any project. signed by governor
SB871 Electric power-assisted bicycles; amends definition. signed by governor
SB872 Guardian ad litem; appointment, court-ordered custody and visitation arrangements. dead
SB873 DPOR; regulatory boards expungement of disciplinary records. stricken
SB874 Segregated accommodations & segregation districts for residences; repeals certain Acts of Assembly. signed by governor
SB875 Solar energy projects; national standards. signed by governor
SB876 Electric utility regulation; mandatory clean energy standard program. incorporated
SB877 Technology, Secretary of; transfer of duties to Secretaries of Administration & Commerce and Trade. signed by governor
SB878 Court-appointed counsel; additional compensation. dead
SB879 Absentee voting; no excuse required. incorporated
SB880 School counselors; minimum staffing ratio. signed by governor
SB881 Historical African American Cemeteries and Graves Fund; created. signed by governor
SB882 Conservation police officers; external appointment. signed by governor
SB883 Environmental Justice, Virginia Council on; established. enacted
SB884 Teledentistry; definition, report, dental scans. incorporated
SB885 Performance of laboratory analysis; cannabidiol oil, THC-A oil, tetrahydrocannabinol. signed by governor
SB886 Hunting with dogs; retrieval & trespass, discharge of firearm on road, civil & criminal penalties. dead
SB887 Voter registration; automatic voter registration. dead
SB888 School Construction and Modernization, Commission on; established, report. signed by governor
SB889 Campaign contribution limits; civil penalty. incorporated
SB890 Transportation; amends numerous laws related to funds, safety programs, revenue sources, etc. enacted
SB891 Animal welfare regulations; keeping of dogs, cats, and rabbits. passed
SB892 Ranked choice voting; elections for local governing bodies, local option pilot program. dead
SB893 Comprehensive plan; solar facilities review. dead
SB894 Misclassification of workers; cause of action. signed by governor
SB895 Higher educational institutions, public; six-year plans, pricing structure and tuition discounting. stricken
SB896 Segregation in transportation; repeals certain Acts. signed by governor
SB897 Higher educational institutions, public; governing boards, educational programs. signed by governor
SB898 Business advisory committee; established. dead
SB899 Transit funding; raises the existing regional transportation fee, etc. stricken
SB900 Virginia Beach, City of; amending charter, council members. signed by governor
SB901 Carrying a concealed handgun; permit not required. dead
SB902 Long-term care services and supports; preadmission screenings. signed by governor
SB903 Hospitals; screening emergency department patients, etc. signed by governor
SB904 Higher educational institutions, public; dyslexia and literacy. signed by governor
SB905 Landlord and tenant; tenant's remedy by repair, clarifies definition of 'actual costs.' signed by governor
SB906 Landlord and tenant; noncompliance as defense to action for possession for nonpayment of rent. dead
SB907 Transportation safety; occupants of motor vehicles not equipped with seat belts. dead
SB908 Illegal gambling; skill games, exception. incorporated
SB909 Virginia Lottery Board; regulation of manufacturing, distributing, etc. incorporated
SB910 Standards of Quality; state funding, ratios of teachers to English language learners. signed by governor
SB911 Parking of vehicles; electric vehicle charging spots, civil penalties. dead
SB912 Electric utilities; retail competition, renewable energy. dead
SB913 Home hospice programs; disposal of drugs, opioids. signed by governor
SB914 Victim of human trafficking; petition for vacatur/expungement of convictions & police/court records. dead
SB915 Cosmetologists; training requirement, continuing education, effective date. dead
SB916 Towing fees; raises to $30 additional fee that can be charged for towing a vehicle at night, etc. dead
SB917 Reproductive health services; health benefit plans to cover costs of specified health care services. dead
SB918 Industrial hemp extract; approval as food or ingredient, regulations. signed by governor
SB919 Broadband providers; establishes a sales and use tax exemption, effective clause. dead
SB920 Surrogacy contracts; provisions requiring abortion or selective reduction unenforceable. dead
SB921 Cigarette tax, local; authorizes all counties to impose without rate limit. incorporated
SB922 Virginia Lottery; Internet sales. signed by governor
SB923 Motion picture production tax credit; media-related exemptions, extends sunset provision. signed by governor
SB924 Workers' compensation; post-traumatic stress disorder, law-enforcement officers and firefighters. incorporated
SB925 Fingerprints and photographs; authority of police. signed by governor
SB926 Fingerprints and photographs by police authorities; reports to Central Criminal Records Exchange. signed by governor
SB927 Religious-exempt child day centers; staff-to-children ratios. signed by governor
SB928 Firearms, certain; possession, purchase, and transport in certain localities. dead
SB929 Augusta County and City of Staunton; temporary location of district courts. signed by governor
SB930 Mental Health Crisis Intervention Hotline; SHHR to establish a work group to evaluate. dead
SB931 Income tax, state; subtraction for crime stopper rewards. signed by governor
SB932 Handheld personal communications devices; use in school zones and school property, penalty. dead
SB933 'Students with limited or interrupted formal education;' DOE to develop statewide definition. signed by governor
SB934 English language learner students, certain; removal from certain calculations. stricken
SB935 Higher educational institutions, public; eligibility for in-state tuition. signed by governor
SB936 Charitable Gaming Board; Texas Hold'em poker events. signed by governor
SB937 TANF Scholarship Pilot Program; VCCS to establish and administer. dead
SB938 Circuit court clerks; fees collected for recording and indexing. signed by governor
SB939 Employees of local governments; collective bargaining. enacted
SB940 Circuit court clerk's fee; lodging, etc., of wills. signed by governor
SB941 Local government meetings; weather. signed by governor
SB942 Historical horse racing; transfer of regulatory authority. stricken
SB943 Mecklenburg County; additional sales and use tax, appropriations to incorporated towns. signed by governor
SB944 Handheld personal communications devices; holding devices while driving a motor vehicle. incorporated
SB945 Cell phone service; Division of Support Services to install in parking facilities. dead
SB946 Medical assistance services; state plan to include doulas. dead
SB947 Police and court records; expungement of records, acquittals. dead
SB948 Real property by state agencies; conveyance and transfers. signed by governor
SB949 Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; victims of sexual assault, report. signed by governor
SB950 Governor's personal security staff; appropriation of funds for staff. dead
SB951 Eminent domain; written offer to purchase property. signed by governor
SB952 High-nicotine vapor products; specialty retail facility, penalty. dead
SB953 Virginia Wireless Service Authority Act; appointments to board. signed by governor
SB954 Dairy Producer Margin Coverage Premium Assistance Program; established. dead
SB955 Celebration of marriage; fee. signed by governor
SB956 Fort Monroe Authority; civil actions in general district court. signed by governor
SB957 Civic Education, Commission on; sunset and funding. signed by governor
SB958 Place of religious worship; carrying dangerous weapon. dead
SB959 Lottery; repeals prohibition of Internet sales of lottery tickets. incorporated
SB960 Va. Lottery Board; regulation of the manufacturing, distributing, etc., video games. incorporated
SB961 Hopewell, City of; amending charter, issuance of bonds. signed by governor
SB962 Income and receipts taxes on public service corporations; authorizing localities. stricken
SB963 Energy manager; responsibilities. signed by governor
SB964 Private police officers; assault and battery, penalty. dead
SB965 Income tax, state; subtraction for certain active duty military income. dead
SB966 Flavored nicotine vapor product; prohibition, penalty. dead
SB967 Eminent domain; notice of intent to file certificate. dead
SB968 Relocated billboard signs; maintenance and repair. signed by governor
SB969 Pharmaceutical processors; off-site dispensing locations. stricken
SB970 MEI Project Approval Commission; increases membership. incorporated
SB971 Illegal gambling; definitions, skill games. enacted
SB972 Vehicle registration fees; Public Safety Trust Fund. dead
SB973 Judges; maximum number in each judicial circuit and district. dead
SB974 Constitutional amendment; apportionment, Virginia Redistricting Commission (voter referendum). incorporated
SB975 Redistricting; establishes the Virginia Redistricting Commission. dead
SB976 Pharmaceutical processors; operation of cannabis dispensing facilities. enacted
SB977 Local governing body meetings; public comment, during a regular meeting at least quarterly. signed by governor
SB978 Technical professional licenses; military science endorsement. signed by governor
SB979 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act of 2006; applicability to nominations and elections for directors. signed by governor
SB980 Fort Monroe Authority; exemption from the Virginia Personnel Act. signed by governor
SB981 Military service members and veterans; expediting the issuance of credentials to spouses. signed by governor
SB982 Physicians; medical specialty board certification options. stricken
SB983 Certificate of public need; definition of 'medical care facility,' facilities subject to review. dead
SB984 Governor's New Airline Service Incentive Fund; created. incorporated
SB985 Unconstitutional laws; attorney fees and costs. dead
SB986 Fiscal impact statements; Department of Planning and Budget to prepare. dead
SB987 Hunting waterfowl; duck blinds. signed by governor
SB988 Electric utilities; electric school bus projects. dead
SB989 Transient occupancy tax; authorizes Spotsylvania County to impose. dead
SB990 Governor's New Airline Service Incentive Fund; created. signed by governor
SB991 New Americans, Office of; created within Department of Social Services. signed by governor
SB992 Carbon trading program; allocation of allowances, new facility. dead
SB993 State Health Commissioner; local health directors, qualifications. dead
SB994 VMI; the Institute shall be grounded in a strict code of honor and academic excellence, etc. signed by governor
SB995 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; labor organizations. signed by governor
SB996 Capitol Police; concurrent jurisdiction. signed by governor
SB997 Threats and harassment of certain officials and property; venue. dead
SB998 Offshore wind generation facilities; development of facilities. enacted
SB999 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; changes to Act. dead
SB1000 Industrial development authorities; appropriations. dead
SB1001 Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act; creates, penalty. dead
SB1002 Court of Appeals; use of moot courtroom of accredited law schools. signed by governor
SB1003 Computer crimes; penalty. signed by governor
SB1004 Wildlife Corridor Action Plan; created. signed by governor
SB1005 CPL Ryan C. McGhee Memorial Bridge; bridge over I-95. signed by governor
SB1006 Business entities; annual registration. dead
SB1007 Stormwater management; inspections. dead
SB1008 Emergency and disaster law; political subdivisions. signed by governor
SB1009 Firearm-free zones designated by the Commonwealth or a locality; regulation of weapons. dead
SB1010 Robert O. Norris Bridge & Statewide Special Structure Fund; Commonwealth Transportation Bd. to fund. dead
SB1011 Transportation, Department of; application of design standards, modifications. dead
SB1012 Income tax, state; subtraction for certain low-income and middle-income students, effective clause. dead
SB1013 Virginia Retirement System; health insurance credits for retired state employees. stricken
SB1014 Advanced Production Grant Program and Fund; created. signed by governor
SB1015 Marijuana; possession of cannabidiol oil or THC-A oil. signed by governor
SB1016 Transportation funding; statewide prioritization process. dead
SB1017 Post-conviction relief; previously admitted scientific evidence, report. dead
SB1018 Sentence reductions; substantial assistance in furtherance of investigation, etc. signed by governor
SB1019 Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; additional retirement allowance, retirement age. dead
SB1020 Public schools; alternative school discipline process. signed by governor
SB1021 Kings Highway Bridge; located in the City of Suffolk, is eligible for state of good repair funds. dead
SB1022 Collective bargaining for public employees; labor organization representation. incorporated
SB1023 Correctional facilities, state; visitation and search policies for visitors. signed by governor
SB1024 Detector canines and detector canine handlers; training and database. signed by governor
SB1025 Kinship foster care; training and approval processes. signed by governor
SB1026 Pharmacists; initiating treatment, dispensing, and administering of controlled substances. dead
SB1027 Clean Energy and Community Flood Preparedness Act; definitions, funds, report. enacted
SB1028 Northampton County; additional sales and use tax, appropriations to incorporated towns. signed by governor
SB1029 Alcoholic beverage control; gourmet shop license, distiller participation in tastings. signed by governor
SB1030 Dangerous captive animal exhibits; definitions, penalty, effective date. signed by governor
SB1031 Health insurance; coverage for autism spectrum disorder, individual and small group markets. signed by governor
SB1032 Civil actions; determination of indigency. signed by governor
SB1033 Juvenile community correctional centers and facilities; establishment, placement of juveniles. dead
SB1034 Behavioral assessments and interventions; Department of Education to review certain guidelines. dead
SB1035 Motor vehicle dealers; redefines 'relevant market area' for purposes of motorcycle franchises. signed by governor
SB1036 Blackstone, Town of; amending charter, advisory referendums. signed by governor
SB1037 Freestanding medical facilities; special use permits. dead
SB1038 Hampton Roads Regional Transit Program and Fund; created, transit funding. enacted
SB1039 Solar energy and recycling equipment; classification for purposes of real property tax exemption. signed by governor
SB1040 School board member compensation; City of Winchester. signed by governor
SB1041 Online Virginia Network Authority; adds President of James Madison University as member, etc. signed by governor
SB1042 Wills; presumption of undue influence. dead
SB1043 Civil actions; filed on behalf of multiple persons. dead
SB1044 Funeral directors and embalmers; Board to promulgate regulations for licensure. signed by governor
SB1045 Cannabidiol oil and THC-A oil; sample testing. signed by governor
SB1046 Clinical social workers; patient records, involuntary detention orders. signed by governor
SB1047 Health insurance; narrow network plans. dead
SB1048 Virginia Horse Center Foundation; DACS to investigate and negotiate public assistance. signed by governor
SB1049 Involuntary commitment; notice and participation, discharge plans. dead
SB1050 Hospitals; custody of person subject to emergency custody order, regulations. dead
SB1051 Virginia Public Records Act; availability of public records. signed by governor
SB1052 Virginia Charitable Gaming Board; regulations of the Board. dead
SB1053 Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Fund; broadband. dead
SB1054 Menhaden; management of fishery. incorporated
SB1055 Historic Resources, Department of; duties. dead
SB1056 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; payment. stricken
SB1057 Virginia Retirement System; health insurance credits for retired state employees. dead
SB1058 Income tax, corporate; returns of affiliated corporations, effective date. dead
SB1059 Virginia Sports Betting Department; created, etc. stricken
SB1060 For good cause shown or upon agreement of all parties; court may dismiss action without prejudice. dead
SB1061 C-PACE loans; residential dwellings and condominiums. dead
SB1062 Virginia Higher Education Funding Review Commission; established, duties, report. dead
SB1063 Virginia Lottery Board; regulation of video game terminals. dead
SB1064 Combined sewer overflow outfalls; James River watershed. signed by governor
SB1065 State-owned structures; DGS to determine which structures are high-risk, report. signed by governor
SB1066 Marriage records; divorce and annulment reports, eliminates requirement for identification of race. signed by governor
SB1067 Regulation of stormwater; airports. stricken
SB1068 Higher education; in-state tuition. dead
SB1069 Public and private employers; earned paid sick time for employees. incorporated
SB1070 Cemeteries, special interments; pets. signed by governor
SB1071 DNA; post-conviction testing. enacted
SB1072 Guardian or conservator; prohibition against appointing certain persons. signed by governor
SB1073 Virginia Food Access Investment Program and Fund; established and created, report. signed by governor
SB1074 Schedule VI controlled substances and hypodermic syringes and needles; limited-use license. signed by governor
SB1075 Environmental Quality, Department of; public comment. signed by governor
SB1076 Chickahominy Indian Tribe; property conveyance by Governor. dead
SB1077 Virginia Telephone Privacy Protection Act; telephone solicitation calls. dead
SB1078 Federal accountability indicators; PSAT/NMSQT, PreACT. dead
SB1079 Board of Medicine; medically unnecessary chaperones. dead
SB1080 Urban Teacher Fund and Program; established. dead
SB1081 COPN; demonstration of public need and compliance with State Medical Facilities Plan. dead
SB1082 Campaign finance; candidate contribution limits, civil penalty. dead
SB1083 Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming. incorporated
SB1084 Abingdon, Town of; amending charter, updates town's boundary descriptions. signed by governor
SB1085 Deputy sheriffs; minimum salary. stricken
SB1086 Health insurance; coverage for infertility treatment. dead
SB1087 School Construction Fund and Program; created and established. dead
SB1088 Nongovernmental emergency medical services agencies; dissolution of agency. signed by governor
SB1089 Correctional facilities, state; strip searches of those entering a facility. signed by governor
SB1090 Grays Creek; designating as component of Virginia Scenic Rivers System. signed by governor
SB1091 Volunteer school security officers; authorization by local school boards, etc. dead
SB1092 Performance guarantees, certain; provisions for periodic partial and final release. dead
SB1093 Surface mineral mines; authorizes a locality to regulate certain aspects. dead
SB1094 Conservation and Recreation, Department of; authorized to divest itself of certain property. signed by governor
SB1095 Alcoholic beverage control; prohibition on mixed beverages at strip clubs. dead
SB1096 Electric utilities; electric school bus projects. dead
SJ1 United States Constitution; ratifies and affirms Equal Rights Amendment. passed house
SJ2 Constitutional amendment; personal reproductive liberty (first reference). dead
SJ3 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). dead
SJ4 Celebrating the life of Alan Arnold Diamonstein. passed house
SJ5 United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment. incorporated
SJ6 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). dead
SJ7 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). dead
SJ8 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote. dead
SJ9 Discretionary parole; State Crime Commission to study reinstatement. dead
SJ10 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Constance Kelly-Rice. passed house
SJ11 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of Governor and Lieutenant Governor. dead
SJ12 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission (second reference). incorporated
SJ13 JLARC; practices, procedures, and accountability of industrial development authorities. dead
SJ14 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters, restoration of civil rights (first reference). dead
SJ15 Teacher licensing process; Department of Education to study. passed house
SJ16 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly, term limits. dead
SJ17 Commending Friday Night Live! passed house
SJ18 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission (second reference). passed house
SJ19 Constitutional amendment; political reform (first reference). dead
SJ20 Celebrating the life of Dorcas Ruth Hardy. passed house
SJ21 Commending Mission BBQ. dead
SJ22 Commending Fairfax Masonic Lodge No. 43. passed house
SJ23 Celebrating the life of Willard R. Heidig. passed house
SJ24 Celebrating the life of Annette G. Kramer. passed house
SJ25 Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine; VPSI & SU to study. dead
SJ26 Privatized housing for families living on military bases; urging Congress to improve. dead
SJ27 Coastal Flooding, Joint Subcommittee on; continued, appropriations. passed house
SJ28 Composite index of local ability to pay; JLARC to study feasibility of adjusting. dead
SJ29 Constitutional amendment; election of the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and Attorney General. stricken
SJ30 Economic and workforce development; DOAV to study. passed house
SJ31 Honor and Sacrifice Flag; emblem for honoring fallen public safety personnel. passed house
SJ32 Electric vehicles; DEQ to study the impact of and develop Clean Transportation Plan, report. dead
SJ33 Constitutional amendment; personal property tax exemption for motor vehicle of a disabled veteran. incorporated
SJ34 Mandatory minimum sentences; VSCC to study use, etc. dead
SJ35 Barrier crimes and criminal history records checks; joint subcommittee to study. passed house
SJ36 Military-overseas ballots; electronic return of voted ballots, report. dead
SJ37 Celebrating the life of Melanie Bandazian Kerneklian. passed house
SJ38 Coastal areas; study on economic consequences of weather-related events. passed house
SJ39 Justice system; Virginia State Crime Commission to study effect of abolishing jury sentencing. dead
SJ40 Celebrating the life of Harold L. Willmington. passed house
SJ41 Firearms; joint subcommittee to study issues related thereto and safety in the Commonwealth. dead
SJ42 Waste Diversion and Recycling Task Force; DEQ to establish. passed house
SJ43 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ44 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ45 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ46 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ47 Court of Appeals of Virginia; Judicial Council of Virginia to study jurisdiction and organization. passed house
SJ48 Celebrating the life of Dorothy Leah Gerber. passed house
SJ49 Social workers; DHP to study need for additional, etc., workers. passed house
SJ50 Commonwealth Corridor passenger rail service; DRPT to study feasibility of an east-west service. passed house
SJ51 World Prematurity Month and Day. passed house
SJ52 Commending the Chesapeake Bay Commission. dead
SJ53 Stormwater Local Assistance Fund; DEQ to study revised priority ranking criteria for grants. dead
SJ54 Celebrating the life of Adolph Schick. passed house
SJ55 Commemorating the 150th anniversary of the ratification of the Fifteenth Amendment. passed house
SJ56 Offshore oil & gas drilling; recognizing opposition to exploration & drilling off the coast of Va. dead
SJ57 JLARC; costs of education, report. stricken
SJ58 Constitutional amendment; personal property tax exemption for motor vehicle of a disabled veteran. dead
SJ59 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters, restoration of rights. dead
SJ60 Nuclear energy; advancement of nuclear energy research & exploration of economic opportunities. passed house
SJ61 Humane Cosmetics Act of 2019; urging the Congress of the United States to support. dead
SJ62 Commending the Washington Nationals. passed house
SJ63 Constitutional amendment; uniform schedule of elections (first reference). dead
SJ64 Joint Assembly; General Assembly shall meet in Hall of House of Delegates on Wed., January 8, 2020. passed senate
SJ65 Celebrating the life of David L. King. passed house
SJ66 Cannabis and medical cannabis; joint subcommittee to study development of framework for regulation. dead
SJ67 Marijuana; JLARC to study legalization of growth, sale, and possession. passed house
SJ68 Puppy Mill Awareness Month. passed house
SJ69 Celebrating the life of Olivia Gae Armentrout Welsh. passed house
SJ70 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission (second reference). incorporated
SJ71 Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; General Assembly confirming appointment of Director. passed house
SJ72 Celebrating the life of Harry Clarke Curtis. passed house
SJ73 Governor; confirming appointments. passed house
SJ74 Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation; commemoration of the American Revolution. dead
SJ75 Constitutional amendment; public schools in the Commonwealth. dead
SJ76 Commending Mission BBQ. passed house
SJ77 Public schools; Virginia Center for School and Campus Safety to study firearm safety education. dead
SJ78 African American legislators; commemorating 150th anniv. of swearing in to serve General Assembly. passed house
SJ79 Washington, Booker T.; honoring with a statue in the State Capitol. dead
SJ80 National Prosthodontics Awareness Week. passed house
SJ81 Consumer data privacy; Joint Commission on Technology and Science to study. dead
SJ82 Commending the Garden Club of Virginia. passed house
SJ83 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Mary T. Christian. passed house
SJ84 Commending H.A. Street. passed house
SJ85 Commending Brunswick County. passed house
SJ86 Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. passed house
SJ87 Constitutional amendment; immunity of legislators (first reference). dead
SJ88 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Gerald L. Baliles. passed house
SJ89 Senate Committee on Rules; confirms appointment. passed house
SJ90 Commending the Frank W. Cox High School boys' volleyball team. passed house
SJ91 Commending John F. Reinhart. passed house
SJ92 Commending Christopher M. Calkins. passed house
SJ93 Commending the Richmond Academy of Medicine. passed house
SJ94 Commending the Virginia Wing, Civil Air Patrol. passed house
SJ95 Commending the Virginia Mediation Network, Inc. passed house
SJ96 Celebrating the life of John Walter Ainslie. passed house
SJ97 Celebrating the life of the Reverend C. Douglas Pillow. passed house
SJ98 Commending the Frank W. Cox High School field hockey team. passed house
SJ99 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Elliot Schewel. passed house
SJ100 Commending David E. Bowles. passed house
SJ101 Celebrating the life of Steven H. Rubin. passed house
SJ102 Celebrating the life of Paul Morton Gaston. passed house
SJ103 Commending the University of Virginia men's basketball team. passed house
SJ104 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas J. Michie. passed house
SJ105 Celebrating the lives of Kate Lee Cobb McGinnis and Bernard Lewis McGinnis. passed house
SJ106 Commending Matteo Lambert. passed house
SJ107 Commending the James Madison High School marching band. passed house
SJ108 Celebrating the life of Sergeant George Phillip Moskowitz. passed house
SJ109 Celebrating the life of Master Chief Rudolph Ernest Boesch, USN, Ret. passed house
SJ110 Confirming Governor's appointments; February 3. passed house
SJ111 Commending the Children's Home Society of Virginia. passed house
SJ112 Commending George Mason University Korea. passed house
SJ113 Commending the Virginia Maritime Association. passed house
SJ114 Commending James Smith. passed house
SJ115 Celebrating the life of Billy Bernard Lawrence. passed house
SJ116 Commending the Reverend Thurman Echols. passed house
SJ117 Commending the Louisa County High School boys' basketball team. passed house
SJ118 Commending the Lion Pride Run. passed house
SJ119 Commending the Division of Capitol Police. stricken
SJ120 Celebrating the life of Brantley Moses Jefferson. passed house
SJ121 Commending Saint Benedict Catholic School. passed house
SJ122 Celebrating the life of William Griffith Thomas. passed house
SJ123 Commending Bud Foster. passed house
SJ124 Commending Lord Fairfax Community College. passed house
SJ125 Commending Lily Wilson Huffman. passed house
SJ126 Commending the Riverheads High School football team. passed house
SJ127 Commending the Staunton High School boys' soccer team. passed house
SJ128 Commending the James City Ruritan Club. passed house
SJ129 Commending the Zion Baptist Church of Lightfoot. passed house
SJ130 Commending Laura Belle Gordy. passed house
SJ131 Commending John T. Dever. passed house
SJ132 Celebrating the life of David M. Hinkle. passed house
SJ133 Celebrating the life of Catherine Carter Askew. passed house
SJ134 Commending Dr. Lisa Chaplin. passed house
SJ135 Celebrating the life of William Bidgood Wall, Sr. passed house
SJ136 Celebrating the life of Jean F. Siebert. passed house
SJ137 Commending the Virginia Dental Association. passed house
SJ138 Celebrating the life of Gregory Alan Krause. passed house
SJ139 Commending Advocates for Richmond Youth and the Youth Housing Stability Coalition of Greater Richm passed house
SJ140 Commending the Richmond Police Department. passed house
SJ141 Commending the Appalachian Society of American Foresters. passed house
SJ142 Commending the Richmond County School Board. passed house
SJ143 Celebrating the life of Wallace Woodrow Chadwick, Jr. passed house
SJ144 Commending Gary Rice. passed house
SJ145 Commending Deborah Warrick Lamb. passed house
SJ146 Commending Theodore C. DeLaney, Jr. passed house
SJ147 Commending the Appalachian School of Law. passed house
SJ148 Commending the Life Christian Academy boys' basketball team. passed house
SJ149 Commending Dennis Ellmer. passed house
SJ150 Commending Robert M. Oman. passed house
SJ151 Commending Peter Eltringham. passed house
SJ152 Commending Rob and Stacia Stribling. passed house
SJ153 Commending River Oaks Elementary School. passed house
SJ154 Commending Triangle Elementary School. passed house
SJ155 Commending Forest Park High School. passed house
SJ156 Commending the Frank W. Cox High School girls' volleyball team. passed house
SJ157 Commending the Central Accomack Senior League girls' all-star team. passed house
SJ158 Commending the Central Accomack Senior League boys' all-star team. passed house
SJ159 Celebrating the life of Dr. James I. Robertson, Jr. passed house
SJ160 Celebrating the life of Bittle Wilson Porterfield III. passed house
SJ161 Commending the Kiwanis Club of Roanoke. passed house
SJ162 Celebrating the life of Lessie Lula Jones Polk. passed house
SJ163 Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award. passed house
SJ164 Commending B.J. Roberts. passed house
SJ165 Celebrating the life of Officer Katherine Mary Thyne. passed house
SJ166 Celebrating the life of Kimberly Coldiron Hollaway. passed house
SJ167 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Kossen Gregory. passed house
SJ168 Commending Rita D. Bishop. passed house
SJ169 Commending Wood Brothers Racing. passed house
SJ170 Commending Judith Ann White Wyatt. passed house
SJ171 Commending Robert W. Duncan. passed house
SJ172 Commending Pablo Cuevas. passed house
SJ173 Celebrating the life of John W. Gerdelman. passed house
SJ174 Commending Adrian J. O'Connor. passed house
SJ175 Celebrating the life of Raymond Joseph Klotz, Jr. passed house
SJ176 Celebrating the life of Charles W. Ahrend. passed house
SJ177 Commending Third Street Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church. passed house
SJ178 Celebrating the life of Markiya Simone Dickson. passed house
SJ179 Celebrating the life of Edward H. Peeples, Jr. passed house
SJ180 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Dimitri R. Bradley. passed house
SJ181 Commending Bob Brown. passed house
SJ182 Commending Waller & Company Jewelers. passed house
SJ183 Commending Madeline Michel. passed house
SJ184 Celebrating the life of Robert Hopkins Strickler. passed house
SJ185 Commending Fulks Run Grocery. passed house
SJ186 Celebrating the life of Thomas Martin. passed house
SJ187 Commending Kenneth Ross Garren and Sheila Johnston Garren. passed house
SJ188 Commending Pi Sigma Alpha. passed house
SJ189 Commending Domenick D passed house
SJ190 Celebrating the life of Winston G. Lawson. passed house
SJ191 Commending the Virginia Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads. passed house
SJ192 Commending Wareings Gym. passed house
SJ193 Celebrating the life of Mac Wiseman. passed house
SJ194 Commending James Dennis Alan Hamlin. passed house
SJ195 Commending the Virginia State Police. dead
SJ196 Celebrating the life of Corporal Ryan C. McGhee, USA. passed house
SJ197 Celebrating the life of E. Bruce Heilman. passed house
SJ198 Celebrating the life of Captain Frank Richard Whalen, USN, Ret. passed house
SJ199 Celebrating the life of William Robert Burnette. passed house
SJ200 Commending Derrick Nnadi. passed house
SJ201 Commending the Hampden-Sydney College Student Senate. passed house
SJ202 Commending the Division of Capitol Police, the Virginia Department of State Police. passed house
SJ203 Celebrating the life of Beatrice Nicole Warren-Curtis. passed house
SJ204 Celebrating the life of Monica E. Brickhouse. passed house
SJ205 Celebrating the life of Katherine Johnson. passed house
SJ206 Commending Lackey Clinic. passed house
SJ207 Commending Temple Beth El of Williamsburg. passed house
SJ208 Commending Dr. Jeffery O. Smith. passed house
SJ209 Commending Williamsburg Parent Cooperative Preschool. passed house
SJ210 Commending Cornerstones, Inc. passed house
SJ211 Designating June 29, in 2020 and in each succeeding year, as Virginia Day. dead
SJ212 Commending the Prince William County Police Department. passed house
SJ213 Commending Signal Hill Elementary School. passed house
SJ214 Commending the Governor's School @ Innovation Park. passed house
SJ215 Celebrating the life of Charles Calvin Singleton. passed house
SJ216 Commending the Roman Catholic Diocese of Richmond. passed house
SJ217 Commending the Turning Point Suffragist Memorial Association. passed house
SJ218 Commending Kimberly Wilson. passed house
SJ219 Celebrating the life of Herman Boone. passed house
SJ220 Celebrating the life of William Riley Yoast. passed house
SJ221 Commending Shirley Morrow Marshall. passed house
SJ222 Commending Noah Lyles. passed house
SJ223 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Albert Vickers Bryan, Jr. passed house
SJ224 Commending Standing for Tomorrow. passed house
SJ225 Celebrating the life Matthew Wayne Shepard. dead
SJ226 Commending the Honorable Marie Yovanovitch. dead
SJ227 Celebrating the life of James N. Crumbley. passed house
SJ228 Commending King George County. passed house
SJ229 Commending Charles Jones. passed house
SJ230 Celebrating the life of Robert Allen Garland. passed house
SJ231 Commending the Roanoke Higher Education Center. passed house
SJ232 Celebrating the life of W. Malone Schooler. passed house
SJ233 Celebrating the life of James Dwight Livingston. passed house
SJ234 Celebrating the life of Mary Sigillo Barraco. passed house
SJ235 Celebrating the life of Cecil Filmore Gilkerson. passed house
SJ236 Celebrating the life of Sarah Rebecca Wright. passed house
SJ237 Commending the South Norfolk Ruritan Club. passed house
SJ238 Commending Albemarle High School athletics. passed house
SJ239 Commending Western Albemarle High School athletics. passed house
SJ240 Commending the Parry McCluer High School boys' cross country team. passed house
SJ241 Celebrating the life of French H. Moore, Jr., D.D.S. passed house
SJ242 Commending Christopher Howard Long. passed house
SJ243 Commending Jai Ram Srinivasan. passed house
SJ244 Commending Ashburn Ice House. passed house
SJ245 Commending Niko Chavarriaga. passed house
SJ246 Commending Colleen Rathgeber. passed house
SJ247 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Levy M. Armwood, Jr. passed house
SJ248 Commending the Fifth Street Baptist Church. passed house
SJ249 Commending Joe Taylor. passed house
SJ250 Commending the Children's Home Society of Virginia. passed house
SJ251 Celebrating the life of Joe Allen Mann, Ph.D. passed house
SJ252 Commending Teresa Fennessy. passed house
SJ253 Commending Cornerstones, Inc. dead
SJ254 Commending William H. Harrison. passed house
SJ255 Commending the Herndon Woman's Club. passed house
SJ256 Commending the Herndon Fortnightly Club. passed house
SJ257 Commending Lisa C. Merkel. passed house
SJ258 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Charles Henry Duff, Jr. passed house
SJ259 Commending Karen Ramos. passed house
SJ260 Commending Michael O'Reilly. passed house
SJ261 Celebrating the life of Josephine Evans Burns. passed house
SJ262 Celebrating the life of Barbara Hicks Harding. passed house
SJ263 Celebrating the life of Helen Wang. passed house
SJ264 Commending The Difference Baker. passed house
SJ265 Commending the Violet Blast robotics team. passed house
SJ266 Commending Patti Maloney. passed house
SJ267 Celebrating the life of Douglas William Talbot. passed house
SJ268 Commending Ross D'Urso. passed house
SJ269 Commending Virginia REALTORS passed house
SR1 Norfolk Police Department; commending. passed senate
SR2 Celebrating the life of Georgia M. Shivers. passed senate
SR3 Virginia Beach Tragedy Fund; recognizing that Fund is performing an essential government service. passed senate
SR4 Celebrating the life of Roland Carroll Smith, Sr. passed senate
SR5 Senate; 2020 Session operating resolution. passed senate
SR6 Rules of the Senate; established. passed senate
SR7 James Solomon Russell Day. passed senate
SR8 Celebrating the life of Lorraine Brinkley Skeeter. passed senate
SR9 Commending Purcell G. Bailey, Sr. passed senate
SR10 Justice; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia. passed senate
SR11 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed senate
SR12 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed senate
SR13 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed senate
SR14 Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member. passed senate
SR15 Celebrating the life of Esmond B. Lambert. passed senate
SR16 Commending the Know Before You Fly campaign. passed senate
SR17 Commending James McAllister. passed senate
SR18 Commending the League of Women Voters. passed senate
SR19 Commending George Michael Brent. passed senate
SR20 Commending the South County High School football team. passed senate
SR21 Commending New Creation United Methodist Church. passed senate
SR22 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Eva Mae Fleming Scott. passed senate
SR23 Commending Lisa Specter-Dunaway. passed senate
SR24 Commending William H. Goodwin, Jr. passed senate
SR25 Commending Diane C. Ickes. passed senate
SR26 Commending the Virginia Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons. passed senate
SR27 Celebrating the life of John W. Gerdelman. dead
SR28 Commending Willisville. passed senate
SR29 Commending the Virginia Peninsula Association of REALTORS passed senate
SR30 Celebrating the life of Henry Burgwyn Hundley. passed senate
SR31 Commending Kayleigh Kim. passed senate
SR32 Commending the Medical Society of Virginia. passed senate
SR33 Celebrating the life of William H. Napper, Jr. passed senate
SR34 Commending the Division of Capitol Police. dead
SR35 Celebrating the life of Joseph Roland Wright, Sr. passed senate
SR36 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Willard James Moody, Sr. passed senate
SR37 Commending David S. Wright. passed senate
SR38 Commending Devon Settle. passed senate
SR39 Celebrating the life of Naomi R. Francisco. passed senate
SR40 Commending Bob and Marion Wilson. passed senate
SR41 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Kevin G. Miller, Sr. passed senate
SR42 Celebrating the life of William Edward Mills. passed senate
SR43 Celebrating the life of Nancy Mulcahy Sweet. passed senate
SR44 Uyghurs; human rights crisis. dead
SR45 Celebrating the life of Rufus B. Easter, Jr. passed senate
SR46 Commending The Flying Circus Aerodrome and Airshow. passed senate
SR47 Senate Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming nominations. passed senate
SR48 Commending the Hampton University Choir. passed senate
SR49 Commending George M. Hampton Middle School. passed senate
SR50 Judges; nominations for election to circuit court. passed senate
SR51 Judges; nominations for election to general district court. passed senate
SR52 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed senate
SR53 Judge; nomination for election to circuit court. passed senate
SR54 Commending Greg Mance. passed senate
SR55 Commending Ellen Zangla. passed senate
SR56 Commending 868 Estate Vineyards. passed senate
SR57 Celebrating the life of Leonard Rocklin Bogaev, M.D. passed senate
SR58 Commending Breaux Vineyards. passed senate
SR59 Commending Sharon Virts. passed senate
SR60 Commending the adoption of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. dead
SR61 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Sydney Strother Smith III. passed senate
SR62 Celebrating the life of James Michael Bebout. passed senate
SR63 Commending Gary Wood. dead
SR64 Celebrating the life of William Levon Stewart. passed senate
SR65 Commending Highlands Fellowship Church. passed senate
SR66 Celebrating the life of Admiral Robert Stanley Cole, USN, Ret. passed senate
SR67 Commending the Honorable Marie Yovanovitch. passed senate
SR68 Commending Bob F. Holton. passed senate
SR69 Commending Belle S. Wheelan, Ph.D. dead
SR70 Celebrating the life of Jerry F. Morris. passed senate
SR71 Commending the Lee-Mount Vernon Sports Club. passed senate
SR72 Commending Andrew Hoehn. passed senate
SR73 Commending Eddie Vincek. passed senate
SR74 Celebrating the life of Bernard Lee Greene, Jr. passed senate
SR75 Celebrating the life of Ronald Lewis. passed senate
SR76 Commending the Reverend Franklin Todd Gray. passed senate
SR77 Commemorating the legacy of the Negro National League. passed senate
SR78 Celebrating the life of Leonard H. Simpson III. passed senate
SR79 Celebrating the life of Henry J. Abraham. passed senate
SR80 Judge; nomination for election to general district court. passed senate
SR81 Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court. passed senate
SR82 State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of a member. dead
SR83 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nominations for election of members. passed senate