2020 Bills

488 bills found.

# Title Status
HB5001 Motor Vehicles, Department of; customer service centers hours of operation. dead
HB5002 Income tax, state; subtraction for Paycheck Protection Plan loan forgiveness. dead
HB5003 Litter tax; refunds for penalties for late payments. dead
HB5004 Driver's licenses; discretionary requirement to conduct ceremony when issuing to person under 18. dead
HB5005 Budget Bill. signed by governor
HB5006 Tax refunds; waiver of penalties and interest, refunds to taxpayers suffering a job loss, etc. dead
HB5007 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders, civil penalty. dead
HB5008 School closure; education vouchers, funding for home instruction, etc. dead
HB5009 School boards; in-person instruction, student home internet access. dead
HB5010 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders. dead
HB5011 In-person instruction; education vouchers, etc. dead
HB5012 Law-enforcement officers; certain civil actions. dead
HB5013 Civil action for deprivation of rights; duties and liabilities of certain employers. dead
HB5014 Fines and costs, certain; payment agreements, temporary suspension on accrual of interest, etc. dead
HB5015 Parole; investigation prior to release. dead
HB5016 Immunizations; authority of the Commissioner of Health, exception. dead
HB5017 Va. Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission Accreditation Grant Fund & Program; created. dead
HB5018 Public health emergency; reports of suspected violations of orders and regulations, penalty. dead
HB5019 COVID-19 virus; immunity from civil claims related to the transmission of or exposure to the virus. incorporated
HB5020 Concealed handgun permit; local control of firearms. dead
HB5021 Collective bargaining; prohibited considerations during negotiations. dead
HB5022 Public elementary and secondary schools, certain; alternative supervision. dead
HB5023 Public health emergency; emergency orders and regulations, limitations. dead
HB5024 Firearm sales; criminal history record information check, penalty. dead
HB5025 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; executive orders/order of Board or Commissioner of Health. dead
HB5026 Localities; responsible for damages caused by inadequate police response. dead
HB5027 Health, Board and Commissioner of; appeal of an order, award to person who operates a business. dead
HB5028 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for COVID-19. dead
HB5029 Law-enforcement officer; failure to intervene in an unlawful use of excessive force, penalties. signed by governor
HB5030 Monuments and memorials for war veterans; authority of localities. dead
HB5031 United States flag; prohibition on removal on any private personal property, etc. dead
HB5032 Criminal Justice Services, Dept. of; creation of statewide telephone hotline, police misconduct. dead
HB5033 Child care tax credit; establishes an individual nonrefundable income tax credit for year 2020. dead
HB5034 Correctional facility, local or state; mandatory reporting of all offenders released. dead
HB5035 Geriatric prisoners; conditional release, exceptions. dead
HB5036 Telework expenses; reinstates for taxable years 2020 through 2024 the expenses tax credit. dead
HB5037 COVID-19 virus; immunity from civil claims related to the transmission of or exposure to the virus. incorporated
HB5038 Political campaign advertisements; referendum committees to make certain disclosures. dead
HB5039 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders. dead
HB5040 COVID-19 virus; immunity from civil claims related to transmission of or exposure to the virus. incorporated
HB5041 Nursing homes, certified nursing facilities, and hospice facilities; public health emergency, etc. signed by governor
HB5042 Adult protective services; creates a central registry. dead
HB5043 Mental health crises; DCJS to assist DBHDS, etc., with development of Marcus alert system. signed by governor
HB5044 Minimum standards for citizen complaints against law enforcement; investigation time limits. dead
HB5045 Inmate, parolee, probationer, detainee, or pretrial defendant, etc.; carnal knowledge. signed by governor
HB5046 Telemedicine services; originating site. enacted
HB5047 Virginia Post-Disaster Anti-Price Gouging Act; manufacturers and distributors. signed by governor
HB5048 Outbreaks of communicable disease of public health threat; posting of information about cases. signed by governor
HB5049 Law-enforcement agencies; acquisition and use of military property. signed by governor
HB5050 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; powers and duties of Governor, purchase of PPE. signed by governor
HB5051 Law-enforcement officers or jail officers; notice to Criminal Justice Services Board of misconduct. signed by governor
HB5052 Legal holidays; Juneteenth. signed by governor
HB5053 Geriatric, terminally ill, or permanently physically disabled prisoners; conditional release. dead
HB5054 Unemployment compensation; benefits, suitable work. dead
HB5055 Law-enforcement civilian oversight bodies; localities may establish, duties, effective date. signed by governor
HB5056 Public education; student education accounts. dead
HB5057 Health care providers, certain; licensure or certification by endorsement. dead
HB5058 Marijuana and certain traffic offenses; issuing citations, etc, enacted
HB5059 Hospices, certain, home care organizations, etc.; immunity from civil liability, COVID-19. signed by governor
HB5060 Crisis intervention team program; annual report by Department of Criminal Justice Services & DBHDS. dead
HB5061 School security officers and school resource officers; training, students with disabilities. dead
HB5062 Court authority in criminal cases; prosecutorial discretion to dispose of a criminal case. signed by governor
HB5063 Criminal Justice Services, Dept.; powers and duties of Director, law-enforcement training standards. dead
HB5064 Virginia Residential Landlord &Tenant Act; landlord remedies, noncompliance with rental agreement. enacted
HB5065 Attorney General; investigation and prosecution of certain offenses committed by law-enforcement. dead
HB5066 Law-enforcement officer training and qualifications; DCJS to develop curriculum & lesson plans. dead
HB5067 Person's identity; use with the intent to coerce, intimidate, or harass, public officials, penalty. dead
HB5068 Emergency relief payments; automatic exemption from creditor process. signed by governor
HB5069 Law-enforcement officers; prohibition on the use of neck restraints, exception, penalties. signed by governor
HB5070 Public health emergency; immunizations. dead
HB5071 Collective bargaining; law enforcement, transparency and accountability. dead
HB5072 Law-enforcement; Attorney Gen. authorized to file civil suit or inquire into any unlawful practice. signed by governor
HB5073 Declaration of disaster; health care providers, immunity from civil liability. dead
HB5074 COVID-19 virus; immunity from civil claims related to transmission of or exposure to the virus. dead
HB5075 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; emergency orders and regulations, Commissioner of Health, etc. dead
HB5076 Law-enforcement officers; changes minimum qualifications. dead
HB5077 Income tax, state; credits and deductions, child and dependent care expenses. dead
HB5078 School boards; paid leave for teachers or other school board employees, COVID-19. dead
HB5079 Absentee voting; unsolicited absentee ballot applications. dead
HB5080 Projecting laser at another person unlawful; penalties. dead
HB5081 Civilian deaths in custody; report. dead
HB5082 Vaccines; requirements for inclusion on list of required vaccines. dead
HB5083 Health care coverage; qualified health plans. dead
HB5084 Criminal cases; sentencing, jury trial. dead
HB5085 Judicial emergency; limitation on prosecution of felony due to lapse of time. dead
HB5086 Mobile crisis co-response team programs; DCJS & DBHDS to establish throughout the Commonwealth. dead
HB5087 Unemployment compensation; extends date VEC is required to establish, etc., short-time compensation. signed by governor
HB5088 Electric utility regulation; triennial review proceeding, emergency investigations, etc. dead
HB5089 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; expands the Supplement to the Registry. dead
HB5090 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; law-enforcement criminal incident information, etc. dead
HB5091 Law-enforcement officers; required release of video or audio recording, discharge of firearm, etc. dead
HB5092 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; Virginia Parole Board member votes. dead
HB5093 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; powers and duties of the Governor, executive orders, penalty. signed by governor
HB5094 Health insurance; certain prescription drugs used for treatment of COVID-19. dead
HB5095 COVID-19; impact of distance learning, Department of Health to develop criteria and information. dead
HB5096 School boards; board required to post on its website the COVID-19 virus mitigation plan. dead
HB5097 Civil cause of action; intentional act/act of gross negligence by member of the Virginia Parole Bd. dead
HB5098 Hate crimes; falsely summoning or giving false reports to law-enforcement officials, penalty. signed by governor
HB5099 Search warrants; provide notice of authority. signed by governor
HB5100 Parole; investigation prior to release. dead
HB5101 Parole; monthly report. dead
HB5102 Employee safety; Voluntary Protection Program. dead
HB5103 Elections, Department of; appropriations to provide prepaid postage for return of absentee ballots. dead
HB5104 Law-enforcement officers, deputy sheriff, etc.; minimum qualifications, disclosure of information. signed by governor
HB5105 Rapid diagnostic testing; availability to all essential workers. dead
HB5106 Landlord and tenant; noncompliance with rental agreement, reporting negative credit information. enacted
HB5107 School Quality Profiles; teacher data. dead
HB5108 Criminal Justice Services Board and Committee on Training; change in membership & responsibilities. signed by governor
HB5109 Law-enforcement officer training & qualifications; DCJS to develop uniform curriculum & plans, etc. enacted
HB5110 COVID-19 virus; immunity from civil claims related to the transmission of or exposure to the virus. incorporated
HB5111 Va. Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; temporary prohibition against termination of rent. agreement. dead
HB5112 Law-enforcement officer; duty to render aid, duty to report wrongdoing by another officer. dead
HB5113 School boards, certain; student meals, participation in the Community Eligibility Provision. signed by governor
HB5114 Law-enforcement officer conduct during an arrest or detention; use of force, prohibited practices. dead
HB5115 Emergency laws; civil relief, citizens furloughed or otherwise receiving reduced wages or payments. enacted
HB5116 Public and private employers; required to provide eligible employees paid quarantine leave, etc. dead
HB5117 Emergency Debt Repayment Plan; every utility providing electric, gas, etc., service to develop. dead
HB5118 Unemployment compensation; benefits, one-week waiting period. dead
HB5119 Va. Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; temporary applicability to certain occupants of hotels, etc. dead
HB5120 Guests of trans. lodging facilities impacted by COVID-19 pandemic; suspending self-help evictions. dead
HB5121 Nursing homes, certified nursing, or hospice facility; patient visitation, notice to family. dead
HB5122 Vaccines and other medications; VDH to convene a work group to plan for equitable distribution. dead
HB5123 Teachers; online courses, student privacy training. dead
HB5124 Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic; St. Inspector General to investigate Commonwealth's response. dead
HB5125 Riots and unlawful assemblies; dangerous weapons, penalty. dead
HB5126 School resource officers; duties, prohibited from enforcing student discipline policies. dead
HB5127 Crisis intervention teams; bilingual and multilingual members. dead
HB5128 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; powers and duties, de-escalation training. dead
HB5129 Income tax, state; tax credit for pandemic-related education expenses. dead
HB5130 Essential workers; hazard pay, employers to provide personal protective equipment, civil penalty. dead
HB5131 Uniformed law-enforcement officers; identification, penalty. dead
HB5132 Obstructing emergency medical services agency personnel in performance of mission; penalty. dead
HB5133 Police officers, deputy sheriffs, and jail officers; employment and decertification. dead
HB5134 Law-enforcement officers; duty to intervene and report unlawful use of force. dead
HB5135 Law-enforcement agencies; body-worn camera systems. dead
HB5136 Law-enforcement officers; Criminal Justice Services Bd., statewide professional standard of conduct. dead
HB5137 Law-enforcement agencies; all local & state agencies to obtain & maintain accreditation. dead
HB5138 Intentional injury to property or a monument or memorial; reduces penalty. dead
HB5139 Projecting laser at law-enforcement officer; penalties. dead
HB5140 Long-term care facilities; public health emergency, patient visitation, end of life. dead
HB5141 Marijuana; legalizes simple possession, etc. dead
HB5142 Court authority in criminal cases; prosecutorial discretion to dispose of a criminal case. dead
HB5143 Assault and battery; increases penalty for committing against a judge, law-enforcement officer, etc. dead
HB5144 Hospitals, nursing homes, etc.; virtual visitation during public health emergency. dead
HB5145 General Assembly; conduct of business by electronic means joint committee established. dead
HB5146 Criminal records; automatic expungement for certain convictions, etc. passed senate
HB5147 Personal appearance by 2-way electronic video/audio communication; at or after trial before judge. dead
HB5148 Earned sentence credits; 4.5 credits may be earned for each 30 days served on certain sentences. enacted
HB5149 Personal protective equipment; prohibited from dumping on public or private land w/o authorization. dead
HJ5001 Constitutional amendment; executive power, state of emergency, special session (first reference). dead
HJ5002 Hydroxychloroquine; use for COVID-19 treatment. passed committee
HJ5003 Constitutional amendment; special sessions, states of emergency (first reference). dead
HJ5004 Abolition Day; designating as December 6, 2020, and each succeeding year thereafter. dead
HJ5005 Constitutional amendment; limitations on Governor's executive power related to states of emergency. dead
HJ5006 General Assembly; limiting legislation to be considered & conduct of business for 2020 Sp I. passed committee
HJ5007 Women's Suffrage Month; designating as August 2020 and each succeeding year thereafter. dead
HJ5008 COVID-19 pandemic; executive orders. dead
HJ5009 Federal elections scheduled for Nov. 3, 2020; Congress of the U. S. urged to not delay or postpone. dead
HJ5010 Speaker of the House of Delegates; confirms various appointments. passed senate
HJ5011 Women's Suffrage Month; designating as August 2020 and each succeeding year thereafter. dead
HJ5012 Legislative Services, Division of; confirming appointment of the Director. dead
HJ5013 U.S. Constitution; application for a convention of the states. dead
HR501 Commending Ruth Stokes Boatwright. passed house
HR502 Commending the Gate City High School girls' basketball team. passed house
HR503 Celebrating the life of Rosetta Ann Walton Harris. passed house
HR504 Commending Larry Landes. passed house
HR505 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Bonnie Lineweaver Paul. passed house
HR506 Celebrating the life of Bijan C. Ghaisar. passed house
HR507 Celebrating the life of Bishop Gerald O. Glenn. passed house
HR508 Celebrating the life of Javon Malik Prather. passed house
HR509 Celebrating the life of William Parker Jenkins, Jr. passed house
HR510 Commending Lloyd J. Vye passed house
HR511 Celebrating the life of Benito Loyola, Sr. passed house
HR512 Celebrating the life of Steven John Perez, M.D. passed house
HR513 Celebrating the life of William Bruce Wingo. passed house
HR514 Virginia House of Delegates; amending and readopting Rule 4 of the Rules. passed house
HR515 Speaker of House of Delegates/House of Delegates; authorized to conduct session electronically. passed house
HR516 Virginia House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed house
HR517 General Assembly; limiting legislation to be considered & conduct of business for 2020 Sp I. passed house
HR518 Commending Paul D. Koonce. passed house
HR519 Celebrating the life of Frederick Antony Ravi Kumar Zacharias. passed house
HR520 Celebrating the life of Clayton Dale Duvall. passed house
HR521 Commending the Honorable Edward T. Scott. passed house
HR522 Commending FOODE. passed house
HR523 Commending Juan More Taco. passed house
HR524 Commending Cooking Autism, Inc. passed house
HR525 Commending Soulific Seafood. passed house
HR526 Commending Stafford Food Security, Inc. passed house
HR527 Celebrating the life of Michael Thomas Elliot. passed house
HR528 Commending Pimenta. passed house
HR529 Celebrating the life of Tracy Lee Taliaferro. passed house
HR530 Celebrating the life of William Russell Batten, Sr. passed house
HR531 Celebrating the life of Harold Dewitt Brown. passed house
HR532 Celebrating the life of Captain Michael Francis Ott, Jr., USN, Ret. passed house
HR533 Commending Ricky Gardner. passed house
HR534 Commending the COVID-19 Sewing Taskforce for Hampton Roads. passed house
HR535 Celebrating the life of Bishop Willie Roger Logan. passed house
HR536 Commending the Division of Capitol Police. passed house
HR537 Commending Disabled American Veterans. passed house
HR538 Commending Lorna L. Parkins. passed house
HR539 Commending Kurt John. passed house
HR540 Commending the Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association, Virginia's hospitals, & hospital workers. passed house
HR541 House Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming nominations by the Speaker of the House of Delegates. passed house
HR542 Commending Marquita Moore. passed house
HR543 Celebrating the life of Pierre Nkepnang. passed house
HR544 Constitution of United States; commemorating 100th anniversary of adoption of Nineteenth Amendment. passed house
HR545 Celebrating the life of the Honorable George Earl Lovelace. passed house
HR546 Commending the Ampersand Pantry Project. passed house
HR547 Celebrating the life of Lorna M. Breen, M.D. passed house
HR548 Commending the Loudoun Arts Film Festival. passed house
HR549 Commending the organizers of the 'I Can't Breathe' walk in Winchester. passed house
HR550 Celebrating the life of Nathaniel Thomas Connally, Jr., M.D. passed house
HR551 Commending the Virginia Hospital Center. passed house
HR552 Commending Darlene S. Williamson. passed house
HR553 Celebrating the life of Daniel X. Sze. passed house
HR554 Commending Creighton's Corner Elementary School. passed house
HR555 Commending Aperiomics. passed house
HR556 Celebrating the life of Bishop Lawrence Levi Taylor. passed house
HR557 Commending Peace in Da Paint. passed house
HR558 Commending Rise and Thrive, Inc. passed house
HR559 Commending Appian Corporation. passed house
HR560 Commending Qlarion, Inc. passed house
HR561 Commending the Service Employees International Union Virginia 512 Home Care chapter. passed house
HR562 Commending Zohaib Begg. passed house
HR563 Commending Helena Johnson-Henson. passed house
HR564 Commending Nikolas Keith Bryant. passed house
HR565 Commending Captain Paul Lanzilotta, USN. passed house
HR566 Commending Suzanne E. Metz. passed house
HR567 Commending Girl Scouts of the USA Troop 4507. passed house
HR568 Commending the All Dulles Area Muslim Society. passed house
HR569 Commending 100WomenStrong. passed house
HR570 Racism; recognizing as a public health crisis. dead
HR571 Commending Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Semyon Vindman, USA, Ret. passed house
HR572 Commending Loudoun is Ready. passed house
HR573 Commending Michael J. DeMarco. passed house
HR574 Commending Jennifer E. Passey. passed house
HR575 Commending the Civic Engagement Team of the All Dulles Area Muslim Society Center. passed house
HR576 Commending Dr. Fred and Carolyn Eichelman. passed house
HR577 Commending the Middleridge community. passed house
HR578 Commending the Mason LIFE program. passed house
HR579 Commending YOUniquely Fit. passed house
HR580 Celebrating the life of Arthur Eugene Wiggins. passed house
HR581 Commending Hopes & Seams. passed house
HR582 Racism; recognizing as a public health crisis, VDH encouraged to consider steps to address. dead
HR583 Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel Richard C. Stork, USA, Ret. passed house
HR584 Commending Erica and Max Scherzer. passed house
HR585 Celebrating the life of John William Hasty. passed house
HR586 Commending Billy Wiles. passed house
HR587 Celebrating the life of David Howard Evans. passed house
HR588 Celebrating the life of the Honorable John Henry Hager. passed house
HR589 Celebrating the life of Kenneth Elliot Linden Millington. passed house
HR590 Celebrating the life of Gerald P. Domme. passed house
HR591 Commending Ronnie Sprinkle. passed house
HR592 Commending the Philippine Cultural Center of Virginia. passed house
HR593 Commending Geraldine Bailey Williams Johnson. passed house
HR594 Celebrating the life of Diane Elaine Harris Marsh, DDS. passed house
HR595 Commending Antonio Brown. passed house
HR596 Celebrating the life of Azaraia Ladaisha Williams. passed house
HR597 Celebrating the life of Saraia Monae Squire. passed house
HR598 Celebrating the life of Aaliyah Nichole Ramsey. passed house
HR599 Celebrating the life of Lawrence Randolph Thomas. passed house
HR600 Celebrating the life of Raymond Anderson, Jr. passed house
HR601 Celebrating the life of Colleen Reese Weaver Hunnicutt. passed house
HR602 Celebrating the life of Chadwick Aaron Boseman. passed house
HR603 Celebrating the life of Barbara H. McHale. passed house
HR604 Commending Fredericksburg Regional Black Restaurant Week. passed house
HR605 Commending the captain and crew of the Smuggler's Point fishing vessel. passed house
HR606 Celebrating the life of Joseph Alexander. passed house
HR607 Commending the House Clerk's Office. passed house
HR608 Celebrating the life of Saba Labib Shami. passed house
HR609 Celebrating the life of Bruce L. Fariss, Sr., M.D. passed house
HR610 Commending Officer Nathaniel Spicer. passed house
HR611 Commending Norton W. Hurd. passed house
HR612 Celebrating the life of Cody Lee Wingate. passed house
HR613 Commending Brenda Clarkson. passed house
HR614 Commending New Jerusalem Ministries International. passed house
HR615 Commending Hilton Elementary School. passed house
HR616 Celebrating the life of Willie Copeland Sessoms. passed house
HR617 Celebrating the life of Charles C. Woods. passed house
HR618 Commending Curtis R. Milteer, Sr. passed house
HR619 Commending Eugenia Josephine Eason. passed house
HR620 Celebrating the life of Gregory Vann Thomas. passed house
HR621 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Ruth Bader Ginsburg. passed house
HR622 Celebrating the life of Stanley Irving Goldsmith. passed house
HR623 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Ronald Harris Marks. passed house
HR624 Celebrating the life of Robyanna JaDawn Lemon. passed house
HR625 Celebrating the life of Dorothy N. Latimore Scott. passed house
HR626 Celebrating the life of John Manley Garber. passed house
HR627 Celebrating the life of Nicole Anne Slagle. passed house
HR628 Commending Donald Motley. passed house
HR629 Commending the Oscar Smith High School wrestling team. passed house
HR630 Celebrating the life of Sidney Grant Snell, Jr. passed house
HR631 Commending Colonel Janet L. Setnor, USAF, Ret. passed house
HR632 Celebrating the life of Angelo Gagliano. passed house
HR633 Celebrating the life of Willard Owen Jasper. passed house
HR634 Celebrating the life of Gunnery Sergeant James Michael Scott, Sr., USMC, Ret. passed house
HR635 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Faye Savage Gunn. passed house
HR636 Celebrating the life of Lester Zidel. passed house
HR637 Celebrating the life of Hugh Carrington Cosner. passed house
# Title Status
SB5001 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders. dead
SB5002 Law-enforcement officers; prohibition on the use of neck restraints. incorporated
SB5003 Civil Rights and Policing, Commission on; established, membership, report, sunset provision. dead
SB5004 School nurses; local school boards shall employ nurses for elementary, middle, & high schools. dead
SB5005 Criminal justice training academies; adds to the powers and duties of DCJS regarding academies. incorporated
SB5006 Police and court records; expungement of certain records, pardons. incorporated
SB5007 Criminal cases; sentencing reform, procedure for trial by jury, etc. signed by governor
SB5008 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders. dead
SB5009 Alcohol-related offenses; expungement of certain offenses. incorporated
SB5010 Assault and battery; penalty. dead
SB5011 Motor vehicle safety inspection program; abolishing state program, etc. dead
SB5012 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; Virginia Parole Board member votes. dead
SB5013 Marijuana; possession, violations by an adult shall be prepayable. signed by governor
SB5014 Law-enforcement officers; officers to complete crisis intervention training. signed by governor
SB5015 Budget Bill. dead
SB5016 Parole statutes; application for juveniles and persons committed upon certain felony offenses. dead
SB5017 Correctional facility, local; clarifies definition. signed by governor
SB5018 Terminally ill prisoners; conditional release. signed by governor
SB5019 Assault and battery; penalty. incorporated
SB5020 Public education; voucher program, policies and procedures, etc. dead
SB5021 Public schools; mandatory virtual learning, provision of required technology and Internet service. dead
SB5022 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for COVID-19. incorporated
SB5023 Health care providers; certain immunity during disaster under specific circumstances, etc. incorporated
SB5024 Law-enforcement; Attorney Gen. authorized to file civil suit or inquire into any unlawful practice. signed by governor
SB5025 Emergency orders and regulations; orders adopted by the Board and Commissioner of Health, duration. dead
SB5026 Nursing homes; publication of information about certain communicable diseases. incorporated
SB5027 Collective bargaining; law enforcement. dead
SB5028 Elementary & secondary schools, public/private; emergency orders/regulations affecting operation. dead
SB5029 Marijuana and certain traffic offenses; issuing citations, etc, enacted
SB5030 Policing reform; acquisition of military property, training of officers in de-escalation techniques. signed by governor
SB5031 Legal holidays; Juneteenth. signed by governor
SB5032 Assault and battery; penalty. dead
SB5033 Court authority in criminal cases; prosecutorial discretion to dispose of a criminal case. signed by governor
SB5034 Terminally ill prisoners; conditional release, sentence credits. enacted
SB5035 Law-enforcement civilian oversight bodies; localities may establish, duties, effective date. signed by governor
SB5036 Alcoholic beverage control; local special events license, limitations on events, etc. signed by governor
SB5037 Criminal Justices Services Board; changes membership of the Committee on Training. incorporated
SB5038 Mental health crises; DCJS to assist DBHDS, etc., with development of Marcus alert system. signed by governor
SB5039 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; powers and duties of Governor, purchase of PPE. signed by governor
SB5040 Attorney General; criminal cases involving certain felonies committed by law-enforcement officers. dead
SB5041 Concealed handgun permits; demonstration of competence, changes effective date. dead
SB5042 Nursing homes, certified nursing facilities, and hospice facilities; public health emergency, etc. signed by governor
SB5043 Police and court records; Expungement Fee Fund created, expungement of certain records. passed house
SB5044 Housing; extension of approvals to address crisis, extends sunset provision. incorporated
SB5045 Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission, et al.; required to prepare fiscal impact statements. dead
SB5046 Mandatory minimum punishment; limitation. dead
SB5047 Capitol Square Preservation Council; powers and duties, review and approval of plans for changes. dead
SB5048 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; powers and duties of the Governor. dead
SB5049 Law-enforcement officers; prohibition on the use of neck restraints. incorporated
SB5050 Parole; notice and certification, monthly reports, discretionary early consideration. dead
SB5051 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; temporary prohibition against landlord termination. dead
SB5052 Law-enforcement agencies; body-worn camera systems. dead
SB5053 Burning cross on property of another or public place with intent to intimidate; increases penalty. dead
SB5054 Displaying noose on property of another or a highway or other public place to intimidate; penalty. incorporated
SB5055 Placing swastika on certain property with intent to intimidate; increases penalty. incorporated
SB5056 Riots; person is guilty of a Class 6 felony if commits an act of violence during a riot, etc. dead
SB5057 Unlawful assembly; acts of violence, penalty. incorporated
SB5058 Remaining at place of riot or unlawful assembly after warning to disperse; increases penalty. incorporated
SB5059 Injury to property or persons by persons unlawfully or riotously assembled; penalty. incorporated
SB5060 Obstructing emergency services personnel in performance of mission; increases penalty. incorporated
SB5061 Abusive language; clarifies that the crime applies to person cursing, etc., law-enforcement officer. incorporated
SB5062 Picketing or disrupting tranquility of home; increases penalty. incorporated
SB5063 Law-enforcement officers; decertification, acts that compromise integrity or credibility. in committee
SB5064 Employers; reporting outbreaks of COVID-19. dead
SB5065 Law-enforcement officer; civil action for deprivation of rights. dead
SB5066 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for COVID-19. dead
SB5067 COVID-19 virus; immunity from civil claims related to transmission of or exposure to the virus. passed committee
SB5068 Student safety drills and student health screenings; school boards to waiver drills & screenings. dead
SB5069 Public schools; declared state of emergency, average daily membership. dead
SB5070 Nurse practitioners; practice without a practice agreement. dead
SB5071 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school security officers. dead
SB5072 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; immunity from liability, sheriffs' offices and regional jails. dead
SB5073 Riots and unlawful assemblies; dangerous weapons, penalty. dead
SB5074 Emergency medical services and equipment at the site of a riot or unlawful assembly; penalty. dead
SB5075 Injury to property or persons by persons unlawfully or riotously assembled; penalty. dead
SB5076 Public & private employers; paid sick leave to eligible employees that can be used during pandemic. dead
SB5077 Emergency laws; limits powers and duties of Governor. dead
SB5078 Collective bargaining; law enforcement. incorporated
SB5079 Law-enforcement free zones and standing down during a riot or unlawful assembly; civil action. dead
SB5080 Telemedicine services; originating site. enacted
SB5081 Outbreaks of communicable disease of public health threat; posting of information about cases. signed by governor
SB5082 Hospices, certain, home care organizations, etc.; immunity from civil liability, COVID-19. signed by governor
SB5083 School boards; board required to post on its website the COVID-19 virus mitigation plan. signed by governor
SB5084 Mental health awareness response & community understanding serv. (Marcus) alert syst.; establishes. incorporated
SB5085 Electric utility regulation; triennial review proceeding, emergency investigations, etc. dead
SB5086 Emergency Housing Stability Protection Act; provisions activated by Gov. during state of emergency. incorporated
SB5087 Telemedicine services; originating site. incorporated
SB5088 Virginia Residential Landlord &Tenant Act; landlord remedies, noncompliance with rental agreement. enacted
SB5089 Transient lodg. facility impacted by COVID-19; application of Va. Residential Landlord & Tenant Act. dead
SB5090 COVID-19 virus; Commissioner of Health shall make information available to public on a website. signed by governor
SB5091 Student growth measurement system; VDE to create and maintain during the COVID-19 pandemic. dead
SB5092 Income tax, state; credits and deductions for household and dependent care services. dead
SB5093 Virtual Virginia; community college dual enrollment courses. dead
SB5094 School boards; paid leave for teachers that have been exposed to COVID-19, etc. dead
SB5095 Rapid diagnostic testing; availability to all essential workers. dead
SB5096 Child care providers; PPE during certain declared states of emergency for essential workers. dead
SB5097 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for COVID-19. incorporated
SB5098 COVID-19 virus; immunity from civil claims related to the transmission of or exposure to the virus. dead
SB5099 COVID-19 virus; immunity from civil claims related to the transmission of or exposure to the virus. in committee
SB5100 Public schools; COVID-19-related absences. dead
SB5101 Private school employees and volunteers; essential workers, personal protective equipment. dead
SB5102 Income tax, state; credit for landlords for rent forgone due to the COVID-19 pandemic. dead
SB5103 Parole; eligibility, persons convicted of murder, etc. dead
SB5104 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for COVID-19. incorporated
SB5105 Nursing homes; outbreaks of communicable disease, posting of information. incorporated
SB5106 Local land use approvals; extension of approvals to address the COVID-19 pandemic. signed by governor
SB5107 Unemployment compensation; extends date VEC is required to establish, etc., short-time compensation. dead
SB5108 Concealed handgun permit; local control of firearms. dead
SB5109 Nursing home/assisted living facility employees/residents; priority for testing for COVID-19 virus. dead
SB5110 Alcohol and marijuana-related offenses; expungement of certain charges and convictions. incorporated
SB5111 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders. dead
SB5112 Law-enforcement officers; decertification, acts that compromise integrity or credibility. dead
SB5113 Crisis intervention; appropriates a sum sufficient to provide basic and advanced training. incorporated
SB5114 School boards; in-person instruction, Internet access. dead
SB5115 Broadband services; appropriates funds to DHCD to expand access in underserved and unserved areas. dead
SB5116 In-home consumer-directed services; electronic visit verification, exception. dead
SB5117 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; powers and duties of the Governor, executive orders, penalty. signed by governor
SB5118 Emergency Debt Repayment Plan; every jurisdictional utility to develop. dead
SB5119 Virginia Retirement System; average final compensation. stricken
SB5120 Elections, Department of; appropriations to provide prepaid postage for return of absentee ballots. signed by governor
SB5121 Marriage; persons who may celebrate rites, authorizes current members of the General Assembly. dead
SJ5001 COVID-19 pandemic; executive orders. dead
SR501 Celebrating the life of Nathan K. Kotz. passed senate
SR502 Commending the Honorable Nolan Dawkins. dead
SR503 Senate; 2020 Special Session I operating resolution. passed senate
SR504 Celebrating the life of George Issac Parker, Jr. passed senate
SR505 Commending the Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association, Virginia's hospitals. passed senate
SR506 Celebrating the life of Daniel X. Sze. passed senate
SR507 Celebrating the life of Joe Louis Hairston. passed senate
SR508 Celebrating the life of Darryl C. Smith, Sr. passed senate
SR509 Commending James Orris Bryant, Sr. passed senate
SR510 Celebrating the life of Fitz Alexander Campbell Thomas. passed senate
SR511 Commending Ricky Gardner. passed senate
SR512 Celebrating the life of James Wesley Taylor, Sr., DDS. passed senate
SR513 Celebrating the life of Jimmy C. Hill. passed senate
SR514 Celebrating the life of R. Wayne Browning, Sr. passed senate
SR515 Celebrating the life of David McMath Parker. passed senate
SR516 Commending Lloyd J. 'Bud' Vye. passed senate
SR517 Commending the Cave Spring High School boys' basketball team. passed senate
SR518 Commending Patricia Swecker Hines. passed senate
SR519 Commending Catoctin Creek Distilling Company. passed senate
SR520 Commending Disabled American Veterans. passed senate
SR521 Commending Ira Agricola. passed senate
SR522 Celebrating the life of Richard Duane West, M.D., F.A.C.S. passed senate
SR523 Celebrating the life of Michael George Mumejian. passed senate
SR524 Commending Human Food RVA. passed senate
SR525 Celebrating the life of Engin Mehmet Artemel. passed senate
SR526 Commending Clifford T. Bowen. passed senate
SR527 Commending Lindsey Pantele. passed senate
SR528 Celebrating the life of Ralph Essex Turpin, Jr. passed senate
SR529 Celebrating the life of Jerry Austin Rexrode. passed senate
SR530 Celebrating the life of Percy Conway Nowlin, III. passed senate
SR531 Celebrating the life of Robert Joseph Anderson. passed senate
SR532 Celebrating the life of the Honorable John Henry Hager. passed senate
SR533 Commending Anna Leider. passed senate
SR534 Celebrating the life of Bishop Gerald O. Glenn. passed senate
SR535 Celebrating the life of Howard H. Foust, Jr. passed senate
SR536 Celebrating the life of Leonard Jackson Hite. passed senate
SR537 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Bonnie Lineweaver Paul. passed senate
SR538 Commending Geraldine Bailey Williams Johnson. passed senate
SR539 Celebrating the life of Bruce Winston Edwards. dead
SR540 Celebrating the life of Lori Lee Brickley. passed senate
SR541 Commending Strike Fighter Squadron 213. passed senate
SR542 Commending Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Semyon Vindman, USA Ret. passed senate
SR543 Celebrating the life of Jacqueline Kidd King. passed senate
SR544 Celebrating the life of Jeff Matthew Wescott, Jr. passed senate
SR545 Celebrating the life of Richard Rigney. passed senate
SR546 Celebrating the life of Joseph Alexander. passed senate
SR547 Celebrating the life of Kevin Beekman. passed senate
SR548 Commending Elaine R. Jones. passed senate
SR549 Commending the captain and crew of the Smuggler's Point fishing vessel. passed senate
SR550 Commending Annie Eliza Lewis. passed senate
SR551 Celebrating the life of Oliver White Hill, Jr. passed senate
SR552 Senate; establishes a provision to recess during 2020 Special Session I of the General Assembly. dead
SR553 Celebrating the life of Douglas Dee Moore. passed senate
SR554 Celebrating the life of Albert Sidney Johnston Tucker, III. passed senate
SR555 Celebrating the life of Nancy Lewey Spigle. passed senate
SR556 Celebrating the life of Walter H. Peake III. passed senate
SR557 Celebrating the life of Cody Lee Wingate. passed senate
SR558 Commending Hilton Elementary School. passed senate
SR559 Commending Delby Huff. passed senate
SR560 Celebrating the life of Charles C. Woods. passed senate
SR561 Celebrating the life of Myrl Lewis Hairfield. passed senate
SR562 Celebrating the life of John Manley Garber. passed senate
SR563 Commending Christina Mapes. dead
SR564 Commending the Honorable Janine M. Saxe. dead
SR565 Celebrating the life of Lois Saunier Hornsby. passed senate
SR566 Celebrating the life of John Conover. passed senate
SR567 Celebrating the life of Saba Labib Shami. passed senate