2021 Bills

1,583 bills found.

# Title Status
HB7 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. dead
HB11 Human Rights, Division of; duties. dead
HB26 Voter registration; close of registration records. dead
HB31 Charges and convictions, certain; expungement. dead
HB32 Police and court records; expungement of records for misdemeanor and nonviolent felony convictions. dead
HB39 Health benefit plans; enrollment by pregnant individuals. dead
HB40 Public schools; mental health break spaces, regulations. dead
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
HB59 Health carriers; licensed athletic trainers. dead
HB69 Credit unions; authorizes localities and political subdivisions to hold public deposits. dead
HB71 Campaign finance; audits of campaign finance reports for certain campaign committees. dead
HB73 Virginia Housing Development Authority; power to make loans, etc. dead
HB76 Statute of limitations on written contract; missing persons declared dead, executor of estate. dead
HB84 Virginia Public Procurement Act; proposals to public higher educational institutions, disclosure. dead
HB87 Marijuana; legalization of simple possession, penalties. 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
HB96 Power of attorney; witness or notary public. dead
HB98 'Virginia, the Home of My Heart' by Susan Greenbaum; designating as the official state folk song. dead
HB102 Police & court records; expungement of certain charges and convictions. dead
HB109 Public elementary and secondary school students; suspension and expulsion, sufficient cause. dead
HB124 Virginia Minority Business Commission; established, report, sunset provision. dead
HB127 Intentional or negligent infliction of injury or death; bystander claims for emotional distress. dead
HB128 Prostitution; expungement of convictions. dead
HB148 Housing; notice of educational opportunities for homeowners. dead
HB157 Drivers of vehicles approaching stationary vehicles displaying certain warning lights; duties, etc. dead
HB159 Protective orders; prohibited contact, remote control of appliance, etc., by electronic device. dead
HB177 Presidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact. dead
HB182 General Assembly; streaming and recording of meetings. dead
HB188 Health care services; payment estimates. dead
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
HB203 Absentee voting; counting military and overseas absentee ballots received after close of polls. dead
HB215 Voter registration; preregistration for persons age 16 or older. dead
HB219 Voter registration; automatic voter registration. dead
HB221 Tree conservation ordinance; Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act locality, designated trees. dead
HB229 Higher educational institutions, public; per student enrollment-based funding, noncredit workforce. 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
HB254 Underage alcoholic possession, etc.; expungement of certain offenses. dead
HB255 Charges and convictions, certain; expungement. 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
HB281 Prisoners; medical care. dead
HB288 Criminal sexual assault; definition of sexual abuse, complaining witness under age 13, penalty. dead
HB291 Uniform Collaborative Law Act; created. dead
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
HB304 Guardianship and conservatorship petitions; identifying characteristics of the respondent. dead
HB320 Convictions, certain, and police and court records; petition for reclassification or expungement. dead
HB322 Cybersecurity Advisory Council; established, report. dead
HB323 Criminal sexual assault; definition of intimate parts. dead
HB332 Reading diagnostic tests; DOE to develop and implement a pilot program. dead
HB333 Virginia Minimum Wage Act; exclusions. dead
HB338 Virginia Minimum Wage Act; removes exemption for persons employed in domestic service, etc. dead
HB339 Virginia Minimum Wage Act; removes certain exemption. dead
HB346 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; redefines 'small business.' dead
HB360 Elections; voter-nominated open primary elections, ranked choice voting for certain elections. dead
HB367 Donated human breast milk; payment of medical assistance. dead
HB384 Presumption of death; confessions or convictions of murder. dead
HB389 Hurricane and Flooding Risk Reduction and Bond Rating Protection Act of 2020; established, report. dead
HB397 Higher education institutions, public; governing boards, input from faculty senate. dead
HB403 Safe days for employees; private employers required to allow days. dead
HB412 Family or household member; adds to existing definition. dead
HB416 Wage or salary history; inquiries prohibited, civil penalty. dead
HB430 Parole; application of statutes. dead
HB435 Virginia Security for Public Deposits Act; collateral for public deposits. dead
HB442 Health insurance; coverage for donated human breast milk. dead
HB473 Personal data; management and oversight. dead
HB476 Police and court records; expungement of certain misdemeanor and nonviolent felony convictions. dead
HB496 Virginia Tourism Authority; marketing model for casinos. dead
HB503 Health insurance; coverage for prosthetic devices. dead
HB521 Education Improvement Scholarships Tax Credits; repealing tax credit. dead
HB523 Dulles Greenway; powers and responsibilities of SCC to regulate toll road operators. dead
HB526 Reproductive health services; health benefit plans to cover the costs of specified services, etc. dead
HB530 Health care coverage; qualified health plans. dead
HB531 Income tax, state; refundable credit for coverage under qualified health plan. dead
HB547 Virginia Energy and Economy Transition Council; established, report. dead
HB553 Workplace harassment; policies for legislative branch. dead
HB559 Norfolk, City of; financing of an arena and facility. dead
HB579 Health insurance; coverage for mammograms. dead
HB584 Virginia Personnel Act; hiring preference in state government for persons with disabilities. dead
HB592 Pawpaw fruit (Asimina triloba); designating as state fruit. dead
HB602 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; scholastic records, charges. dead
HB603 Medical Assistance Services, Board of; reimbursement for services, family members. dead
HB610 Limitations period; previously time-barred actions, sexual abuse, two-year time period to file. dead
HB614 Alcoholic beverage control; definition of 'day spa.' dead
HB634 School Divisions of Innovation; local assessments. dead
HB647 Convictions, certain, and police and court records; petition for reclassification or expungement. dead
HB652 Admission to bail; presumption of release on recognizance. dead
HB672 State, regional, and local planning; climate change. dead
HB673 Cruelty to children; increases penalty to a Class 4 felony. dead
HB691 Prescription Drug Affordability Board and Office, etc.; established. dead
HB694 Students in grades 6, 7, and 8; computer science/introduction to technology course required. dead
HB702 Mandatory outpatient treatment; petition for review, efforts of the community services board. dead
HB705 State air, waste, and water boards; permit authority, appointment of members. dead
HB707 Conservation of trees; Town of Vienna. dead
HB712 Legal notices; online publications. dead
HB729 Transit funding; raises the existing regional transportation fee, etc. dead
HB734 Income tax, state; rolling conformity with the Internal Revenue Code. dead
HB736 Estate tax; reinstatement. dead
HB739 Income tax, corporate; combined reporting requirements. dead
HB747 Movie theaters; open captioning on any film that is regularly shown. dead
HB762 Children's Services Act; special education programs. dead
HB765 Zoning; affordable housing, residential district classification. dead
HB776 Health insurance; coverage for fertility preservation procedures for cancer patients. dead
HB779 Virginia Fuels Tax Act; refueling vehicles. dead
HB794 Flood Insurance Fund; established, low-income Virginians. dead
HB796 Income tax, corporate; sourcing of sales other than sales of tangible personal property. dead
HB800 Employment; disclosure of terms. dead
HB805 Employment health and safety standards; heat illness prevention. dead
HB830 Charges and convictions, certain; expungement. dead
HB845 Law-enforcement officer definition; certain employees of Washington Metro Area Transit Authority. dead
HB848 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; unlawful conversion of political contributions to personal use. dead
HB864 Infected sexual battery; knowledge of convicted person. dead
HB865 Misdemeanor drug offenses, certain; expungement. dead
HB869 Public defender or any deputies or employees; proportionally supplementing compensation. dead
HB871 Robbery; definition, penalty. dead
HB876 Prescription drugs; price transparency. dead
HB883 DCJS; costs and benefits of implementing a deflection to treatment program, report. dead
HB884 Personal identifying information; safe destruction of records. dead
HB892 Peer-to-peer vehicle sharing platforms; definition, taxation. dead
HB893 Law enforcement; use of force, data collection and reporting requirement. dead
HB915 Geriatric prisoners; conditional release. dead
HB947 Green development zones; investments in green technologies. dead
HB952 Digital services; protection for minors. 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
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
HB970 Transportation; use of funds. dead
HB996 Parole; exception to limitation on the application of parole statutes. dead
HB1010 Criminal fiscal impact statement; bills resulting in a net increase of period of imprisonment. dead
HB1026 Mandatory outpatient treatment; criteria. dead
HB1031 Regional alternative education programs; funding. dead
HB1033 Human trafficking victims; petition for vacatur and expungement of convictions, etc. dead
HB1035 Attorneys for the Commonwealth; compensation and collection of fees. dead
HB1036 Preventive services; coverage for outpatient mental health screenings or visits. dead
HB1038 Solid waste management facility; permit for landfill with capacity of more than 35 million tons. dead
HB1040 Naturopathic doctors; Board of Medicine to license and regulate. dead
HB1045 Tree-replacement ordinance; banking. dead
HB1052 Telecommunications services; provision by local governments. dead
HB1063 Suicide; abolishes the common-law crime. dead
HB1067 Electric utilities; net energy metering. dead
HB1109 Income tax, corporate; combined reporting requirements, disclosures. dead
HB1111 Protective orders; issuance upon convictions for certain felonies, penalty. dead
HB1112 Employment; covenants not to compete. dead
HB1115 Higher educational institutions, public; threat assessment team, data reporting. dead
HB1119 Flavored tobacco products; sale prohibited, civil penalty. dead
HB1120 Tobacco products; tax on all tobacco products, penalties. dead
HB1123 High school graduation requirements; certain substitutions. dead
HB1134 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; redefines small business. dead
HB1157 Higher educational institutions, public; members of governing boards, student voting member. dead
HB1171 Solar farms; annual report of acreage, report. dead
HB1185 Nicotine vapor products; sale, penalties. dead
HB1187 Alcoholic beverage control; distiller licenses, Internet orders and shipments. dead
HB1192 Hazardous Substance Aboveground Storage Tank Fund; created. dead
HB1194 Dairy Producer Margin Coverage Premium Assistance Program; established. dead
HB1207 Police and court records; expungement, certain misdemeanor and felony larceny convictions. dead
HB1215 Biometric data; employer policy on storage, protection, and destruction, civil penalty. dead
HB1224 Geriatric prisoners; conditional release, exceptions. dead
HB1243 Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; affected local jurisdictions and public entities. dead
HB1277 Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments. dead
HB1279 Animal shelters; confinement and disposition of animals. dead
HB1283 Tobacco products retailers; registration, purchase, possession, and sale of products, penalties. dead
HB1288 Firearms; purchase, possession, etc., following certain convictions, penalty. dead
HB1293 Shirley Gate Road; extension in Fairfax County, funding. dead
HB1297 State Corporation Commission; increases number of members. dead
HB1302 Deputy sheriffs; minimum salary. dead
HB1309 Higher educational institutions, public; entrance requirements, computer coding. dead
HB1319 Higher education; public-private partnerships, cloud computing, artificial intelligence. dead
HB1321 Guardianship; supported decision making. dead
HB1329 Chesapeake Bay Preservation Areas; local governments to designate Areas, etc. dead
HB1331 Health insurance; in-network guarantees. dead
HB1338 Smoking; prohibited in multi-unit residential building, civil penalty. dead
HB1351 Temporary detention; expands category of individuals who may evaluate a person. dead
HB1364 Resource Protection Areas; improvement plans. dead
HB1366 Resource Protection Areas; program to remediate septic systems in recurrently flooded areas. dead
HB1372 Vapor products; licensing of retailers. dead
HB1373 Flood Resiliency Clearing House Program; developed by Department of Conservation and Recreation. dead
HB1379 Campgrounds; inherent risks, liability. dead
HB1381 Special education; due process hearings, nonattorney representatives. dead
HB1384 Health insurance; provider contracts, business practices, penalties. dead
HB1392 FOIA Ombudsman; powers and duties, report. 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
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
HB1445 Reproductive health services; health benefit plans to cover costs of specified health care services. dead
HB1464 Restrict nutrient credit usage; local authority. dead
HB1480 Pet shops; local regulation on sale of animals. dead
HB1497 Fertilizer contractor-applicator; application pursuant to nutrient management plan. dead
HB1507 Marijuana; possession. 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
HB1532 Corrections, Department of; earned sentence credits. dead
HB1542 Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumption, DMV officers. dead
HB1543 Minimum wage and workers' compensation; inmates as employees. dead
HB1545 Discretionary sentencing guideline midpoints; act of domestic terrorism enhancement. dead
HB1559 Prescription drug price transparency; penalties. dead
HB1566 Industrial hemp; definition, maximum THC concentration. dead
HB1579 Presumption of death; missing person report. dead
HB1584 Business advisory committee; established. dead
HB1594 Health insurance; mandated coverage for hearing aids for minors. dead
HB1599 School boards; staffing ratios for librarians. dead
HB1603 Traffic incident management vehicles; definition. 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
HB1624 Trees; conservation during land development process. dead
HB1633 Education, Board of; school modernization loan interest rate subsidy payments, eligibility. dead
HB1640 Electronic communication service or remote computing service; obtaining records. dead
HB1649 Health care; decision making, end of life, penalties. dead
HB1650 Small Business Procurement Enhancement Program; established, report. dead
HB1658 Adult protective services; creates central registry. dead
HB1674 Eastern Virginia Groundwater Management Area; provisional surface water withdrawal permit. dead
HB1676 Consolidated corporate income tax; returns of affiliated corporations. dead
HB1677 Electric utility regulation; retail customer choice. dead
HB1683 Diagnostic medical sonography; definition, certification. dead
HB1687 Violence Intervention and Prevention Fund and Grant Program; established. dead
HB1692 Police and court records; expungement of records for misdemeanor and nonviolent felony convictions. dead
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
HB1700 Motor Vehicles, Department of; data privacy, facial recognition technology. dead
HB1706 Pesticides; prohibits the manufacture, distribution, etc., for use of chlorpyrifos. dead
HB1708 Electronic gaming machines; municipal taxation. dead
HB1712 Food packaging; PFAS chemicals, penalty. dead
HB1713 Health insurance; essential health benefits, abortion coverage. dead
HB1715 Virginia Erosion and Sediment Control Programs; administration by DEQ. dead
HB1717 Income tax, state; deductions for single individuals and married persons. dead
HB1727 Feral cats; trap, neuter, and return programs. dead
HB1730 Human Rights Act; employees providing domestic service. dead
HB1731 Health care provider panel; definition of 'vertically-integrated carrier.' dead
HB1735 Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of farm winery licensees and limited brewery licensees. in subcommittee
HB1736 School nurses; nursing services in a public elementary or secondary school. passed committee
HB1737 Nurse practitioners; practice without a practice agreement. passed subcommittee
HB1738 Alcoholic beverage control; local outdoor refreshment areas. in subcommittee
HB1739 State parks; discounted rental and service fees, military and veterans. in committee
HB1740 Signs on certain highways; rotation of eligible entities. in subcommittee
HB1741 Va. Public Procurement Act; contract clause requiring subcontractor reporting of certain payments. in committee
HB1742 In-person instruction; education vouchers, etc. dead
HB1743 Industrial development authorities; size of board in certain towns, quorum. in committee
HB1744 Animal care; zoos and petting zoos, seizure of animals. in committee
HB1745 General Assembly; legislative process, required expiration provision. in committee
HB1746 Conduct of elections; vote counting, required live video recording. in subcommittee
HB1747 Clinical nurse specialist; licensure of nurse practitioners as specialists, etc. in committee
HB1748 Actions against real estate appraisers or appraisal management companies; statute of limitations. in committee
HB1749 Nassawadox, Town of; amending charter, updates to reflect town's shift of municipal elections. passed committee
HB1750 Dairy Producer Margin Coverage Premium Assistance Program; established. in subcommittee
HB1751 Peanuts; extends sunset date of excise tax on all peanuts grown in Virginia. in committee
HB1752 Golf carts and utility vehicles; operation of vehicles on public highways in Town of Smithfield . in subcommittee
HB1753 Va. Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission Accreditation Grant Fund & Program; created. dead
HB1754 Employer or other person; retaliatory discharge of employee prohibited. passed committee
HB1755 Right to work; repeals provisions of Code that refers to denial or abridgement. in committee
HB1756 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. in subcommittee
HB1757 Firearm-free zones designated by the Commonwealth or a locality; waiver of sovereign immunity. in committee
HB1758 Voter registration; list of decedent transmitted by St. Reg. of Vital Records to Dept. of Elections. in subcommittee
HB1759 Personal appearance by 2-way electronic video/audio communication; at or after trial before judge. in committee
HB1760 Conservation easements; certain easements be liberally construed in favor of purpose which created. passed committee
HB1761 Parole; investigation prior to release. in committee
HB1762 Parole; monthly report. in committee
HB1763 Tax credit; agricultural best management practices. in subcommittee
HB1764 Crewe, Town of; amending charter, changes to charter including town council, elections and powers. passed committee
HB1765 U.S. Route 60; Dept. of Transportation to propose a plan to renumber a certain portion in Lexington. in subcommittee
HB1766 Disabled Veteran's Passport; expands program to all veterans with service-connected disability. in committee
HB1767 Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Fund; Powhatan County. dead
HB1768 Lynchburg Parking Authority; shortens the term of office of appointees. in committee
HB1769 Health care providers, certain; licensure or certification by endorsement. in subcommittee
HB1770 Public education; student education accounts. dead
HB1771 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for employers of Nat'l Guard members, etc. in subcommittee
HB1772 Higher educational institutions, public; per student enrollment-based funding, noncredit workforce. dead
HB1773 Carrying a concealed handgun; permit not required. in subcommittee
HB1774 Tangible personal property taxes;classification of certain motor vehicles, trailers, & semitrailers. in committee
HB1775 State Corporation Commission; access to local land records. passed committee
HB1776 Education, Board of; temporary extension of certain teachers' licenses. in subcommittee
HB1777 Serious or Habitual Offender Comprehensive Action Program; def. of serious juvenile offender, etc. in subcommittee
HB1778 Removal of clutter from property; definition, civil penalty. passed subcommittee
HB1779 Death penalty; abolition of current penalty. in committee
HB1780 Public employees; prohibition on striking, exception. in committee
HB1781 Intentional injury to property or a monument or memorial; reduces penalty. in subcommittee
HB1782 Wearing masks during commission of a crime or acts of intimidation or harassment; penalty. in subcommittee
HB1783 Glasgow, Town of; new charter (previous charter repealed). passed committee
HB1784 Small Business Procurement Enhancement Program; established, report. in committee
HB1785 Employment health and safety standards; heat illness prevention. in subcommittee
HB1786 Minimum wage; farm laborers or farm employees. in subcommittee
HB1787 Income tax, state; establishes an exclusion for Paycheck Protection Plan loan forgiveness. dead
HB1788 Income tax, state; rolling conformity with the Internal Revenue Code. dead
HB1789 Auditor of Public Accounts; audits of certain political subdivisions. in subcommittee
HB1790 Public schools; severe weather conditions and other emergency situations. passed committee
HB1791 Assault and battery or threats of bodily injury; sports official, penalty. in subcommittee
HB1792 Contractors, Board for; exemption from licensure for work on state-owned emergency power generators. in committee
HB1793 Concealed handgun permit; local control of firearms. in subcommittee
HB1794 Collective bargaining; prohibited considerations during negotiations. in committee
HB1795 Counseling, Board of; licensure of professional counselors without examination. in committee
HB1796 License plates, special; removes fee for issuance to Va. National Guard retirees. in subcommittee
HB1797 License plates, special; fees for certain military declarations. in subcommittee
HB1798 Brunswick County school board; appointed school board salaries. in committee
HB1799 Sunday hunting; allowed on public lands. dead
HB1800 Budget Bill. in committee
HB1801 Disposing of litter; penalty. in committee
HB1802 Local government attorneys; prohibiting the handling of matters related to certain wills. in subcommittee
HB1803 Approved local volunteer activities; enables localities to provide credit against taxes & fees. in subcommittee
HB1804 State parks; DCR to develop recommendations for funding, report. passed committee
HB1805 Aging services; social need. in committee
HB1806 Suspension or modification of sentence; transfer to the Department of Corrections. passed committee
HB1807 Health maintenance organizations; insolvency. in committee
HB1808 Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, Commissioner of; reports to designated protection. in committee
HB1809 Charitable or civic organizations, etc.; contracts, report. in subcommittee
HB1810 Voter registration; failure of online voter registration system, deadline extension. in committee
HB1811 Virginia Public Procurement Act; preference for energy-efficient and water-efficient goods. passed committee
HB1812 Casino gaming; technical amendments. passed committee
HB1813 Highway construction by state or local employees; limit. in committee
HB1814 Garnishment of wages; protected portion of disposable earnings. passed committee
HB1815 Marijuana; legalization of cultivation, manufacture, sale, possession, and testing, penalties. in committee
HB1816 Property Owners' Association Act/Condominium Act; use of electronic means for meetings and voting. in committee
HB1817 Certified nurse midwives; practice. passed subcommittee
HB1818 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. in subcommittee
HB1819 Rappahannock River; designating a 79-mile portion as a component of Va. Scenic Rivers System. passed committee
HB1820 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; food stamp program, eligibility, postsecondary education. passed subcommittee
HB1821 Experiencing or reporting overdoses; prohibits arrest and prosecution. passed committee
HB1822 Health insurance; cost-sharing payments for prescription asthma inhalers. passed subcommittee
HB1823 Public schools, child day programs, and certain other programs; carbon monoxide detectors required. in committee
HB1824 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; required disclosures for buyer to beware, mold. passed house
HB1825 Virginia Beach Sports or Entertainment Project; amends provisions related to bond issuance. in committee
HB1826 Education, Board of; qualifications of members. in subcommittee
HB1827 Education, Board of; geographic representation of members. in subcommittee
HB1828 Commissioner of DMV; powers and duties during a declared state of emergency. passed committee
HB1829 Health insurance; credentialing health care providers. in committee
HB1830 Virginia Small Business Financing Authority; members to have small business lending experience. passed house
HB1831 Home care organizations; personal care services through audio-only telephone communication. passed committee
HB1832 Virginia Highway Corporation Act; alteration of certificate of authority; powers and duties of SCC. passed subcommittee
HB1833 Conservation and Recreation, Department of; leasing of land. passed committee
HB1834 Electric utilities; closure of carbon-emitting generating units. in subcommittee
HB1835 Electric utilities; rate reductions. in subcommittee
HB1836 Natural Resources, Secretary of; changes name to the Secretary of Natural and Cultural Resources. in committee
HB1837 Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board; clarifies membership. passed committee
HB1838 Loudoun County school board; staggered terms of its members. passed committee
HB1839 Special hunting and fishing licenses for disabled veterans; 50 percent disabled. in committee
HB1840 Issuing citations; certain traffic offenses. dead
HB1841 Crosswalk and sidewalk design; new installations to be painted in zebra pattern. passed committee
HB1842 Property owners' associations & unit owners' associations; rulemaking authority concerning smoking. in committee
HB1843 Charitable gaming; increase in certain maximum allowable prize amounts. in subcommittee
HB1844 Zoning; special exceptions. in subcommittee
HB1845 Alcoholic beverage control; license fee reform. in committee
HB1846 License restrictions for minors; prohibition on use of handheld personal communications devices. passed committee
HB1847 Sports betting; clarifies certain procedures. passed committee
HB1848 Virginia Human Rights Acts; adds discrimination on the basis of disability. passed house
HB1849 Virginia Public Procurement Act; participation in apprenticeship training programs, etc. in subcommittee
HB1850 Motor vehicle weight limits; vehicles powered primarily by electric battery power, etc. in committee
HB1851 Unmanned aircraft; exempts an owner from the requirement to register. passed house
HB1852 Uniform Collaborative Law Act; created. passed committee
HB1853 Lawyers; client accounts. passed committee
HB1854 U.S. Route 29; county manager plan of government. passed subcommittee
HB1855 Mines, Minerals and Energy, Department of; renamed the Department of Energy. in committee
HB1856 Estate planning documents; electronic execution, codifies Uniform Electronic Wills Act. in committee
HB1857 Virginia Public Procurement Act; architectural and professional engineering term contracting. in committee
HB1858 Appomattox, Town of; amending charter, shifts local elections from May to November, etc. passed committee
HB1859 Clean energy and other programs; local financing when owner costs are incurred. in committee
HB1860 Controlled substances or marijuana; obtaining, procuring, etc., by means of the Internet or by mail. in committee
HB1861 Compression release engine brakes; use of brakes in localities. in subcommittee
HB1862 Employee protections; medicinal use of cannabis oil. in subcommittee
HB1863 Blacksburg, Town of; amending charter, acceptance of certain proffers. in subcommittee
HB1864 Virginia Human Rights Act; expands definition of employer. passed subcommittee
HB1865 Kindergarten through grade 3; reading intervention services for certain students. passed committee
HB1866 Court-appointed special advocates; information sharing. passed committee
HB1867 Victims of crime; compensation, reporting requirement. passed subcommittee
HB1868 Commercial driver's licenses; disqualification for life from holding license, human trafficking. passed committee
HB1869 Absentee voting; unsolicited absentee ballot applications, required information. dead
HB1870 Victims of human trafficking; eligibility for in-state tuition. dead
HB1871 Motor vehicles used for the delivery of property; trade dress. in subcommittee
HB1872 Abstract of votes; when required to contain accounting of absentee ballots by precinct. dead
HB1873 Brain injury; clarifies definition. in committee
HB1874 Behavioral health; assessments in local correctional facilities. passed committee
HB1875 Law-enforcement officers; modifies minimum qualifications. dead
HB1876 Workforce development; expands type of data sharing. passed subcommittee
HB1877 Legal service plans; seller registration. passed subcommittee
HB1878 Juvenile intake and petition; appeal to a magistrate on a finding of no probable cause. passed committee
HB1879 Alcoholic beverage control; sale and delivery of mixed beverages and pre-mixed wine. in subcommittee
HB1880 Illegal gambling; skill games, temporary exemption for truck stops. in subcommittee
HB1881 Enterprise zone job creation grants; wage requirements. in committee
HB1882 Deeds of trust; amendment to loan document, statement of interest rate of a refinanced mortgage. passed committee
HB1883 Elections; preclearance of certain covered practices required. in committee
HB1884 Income tax, state; voluntary inclusion of personal & contact information on appropriate forms. in subcommittee
HB1885 Comprehensive review of computer science standards, etc., in public schools; DOE to perform, report. in subcommittee
HB1886 Electronic titling; definition of 'fleet.' in subcommittee
HB1887 Foreign market vehicles; titling and registration. passed committee
HB1888 Absentee voting; procedural and process reforms, availability and accessibility reforms, penalty. in committee
HB1889 Va. Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; landlord remedies, noncompliance with rental agreement. passed subcommittee
HB1890 Discrimination; prohibited in voting and elections administration, etc. passed subcommittee
HB1891 Annual public health training; DHRM, et al., to develop an online training module. passed subcommittee
HB1892 Property and casualty insurance form; approval of form by State Corporation Commission. in committee
HB1893 New River Valley Passenger Rail Station Authority; creation of authority in Planning District 4. passed subcommittee
HB1894 Naloxone or other opioid antagonist; certain employees of DJJ authorized to administer. in committee
HB1895 Fines and costs; accrual of interest, deferral or installment payment agreements. in subcommittee
HB1896 Essential health benefits; abortion coverage. passed committee
HB1897 Summons for unlawful detainer; notice to tenant, adverse employment actions prohibited. passed committee
HB1898 Zoning appeals, board of; appointments. passed committee
HB1899 Coal tax credits; sunset date. in subcommittee
HB1900 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; tenant remedies for exclusion from dwelling unit, etc. passed house
HB1901 Online Virginia Driver's Manual course; training school. passed committee
HB1902 Expanded polystyrene food service containers; prohibition, civil penalty. in committee
HB1903 Local government; authority to reduce the speed limit in a business district or residence district. in committee
HB1904 Teachers and other licensed school board employees; cultural competency. in committee
HB1905 Economic education and financial literacy required in middle and high school grades; employment. passed committee
HB1906 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions from corporations, civil penalty. in subcommittee
HB1907 Electric utilities; advanced renewable energy buyers. in subcommittee
HB1908 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; noncompliance with rental agreement, etc. in committee
HB1909 School board property, certain; establishment of gun-free zone permitted. passed committee
HB1910 Regional transportation authorities; creation. in subcommittee
HB1911 No-fault divorce; corroboration requirement. passed committee
HB1912 Child support payments; juvenile in custody of or committed to the Department of Juvenile Justice. in committee
HB1913 Career fatigue and wellness in certain health care providers; programs to address, civil immunity. passed committee
HB1914 Electric utilities; period costs. in subcommittee
HB1915 Teachers; required to be compensated at or above national average. in committee
HB1916 Research and development expenses; tax credit available against the bank franchise tax. passed committee
HB1917 Local planning and zoning; publication of certain notices on locality's website. in subcommittee
HB1918 Student driver safety; adopts measures aimed at improving safety. passed subcommittee
HB1919 Local green banks; authorizes a locality, by ordinance, to establish. in subcommittee
HB1920 Suspension or modification of sentence; transfer to the Department of Corrections. dead
HB1921 Assistance for certain voters; curbside voting. passed committee
HB1922 Medical assistance; coverage for reproductive health services. in committee
HB1923 Electric utilities; expands existing broadband capacity pilot program. passed house
HB1924 Required local effort for basic aid; debt service on projects in certain school divisions, sunset. in subcommittee
HB1925 Virginia Brownfield and Coal Mine Renewable Energy Grant Fund and Program; established, report. passed subcommittee
HB1926 Central Virginia Transportation Authority; membership. passed subcommittee
HB1927 Economic development authorities; Fairfax County. in committee
HB1928 Historic resources; acquisition and lease of land. in committee
HB1929 Standards of Quality; work-based learning and principal mentorship, teacher leaders and mentors. in committee
HB1930 Higher educational institutions, public; admissions applications criminal history questions. passed subcommittee
HB1931 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; public body authorized to conduct electronic meetings. passed committee
HB1932 Child-placing agencies; conscience clause. in subcommittee
HB1933 Presidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact. in committee
HB1934 Public utilities; gas pipelines prohibited in residential subdivisions. in subcommittee
HB1935 Income tax, state; conformity with the Internal Revenue Code. passed committee
HB1936 Robbery; penalties. passed subcommittee
HB1937 Green New Deal Act; establishes a moratorium, effective January 1, 2022, etc. in committee
HB1938 Firefighting, emerg. medical services, or law-enforcement equipment & vehicles; destroying, penalty. in committee
HB1939 Food and beverage tax; single-serving salads, definition of 'single-serving.' in subcommittee
HB1940 Students; guidelines on excused student absences, civic or political engagement. passed house
HB1941 Law-enforcement officer; discharge of firearm, etc., release of video or audio recording. in committee
HB1942 Public adjusters; continuing education requirements. passed house
HB1943 Charitable Gaming Board; regulations, electronic pull tabs. passed committee
HB1944 Casino gaming; requirements for issuance of operator's license, human trafficking training. passed committee
HB1945 Bail; data collection and reporting standards, report. incorporated
HB1946 Charitable gaming; operators licensing requirement, definition of instant bingo, pull tabs, etc. in subcommittee
HB1947 High school graduation requirements; certain substitutions. in subcommittee
HB1948 Law-enforcement officer; duty to render aid, duty to report wrongdoing by another officer. in committee
HB1949 County executive form of government; local budgets. in committee
HB1950 Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Team; Va. Department of Health, et al., to establish, report. in subcommittee
HB1951 Suicide; abolishes the common-law crime. passed committee
HB1952 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use, child care exception. passed subcommittee
HB1953 Licensed certified midwives; definition of practice, licensure, report. in subcommittee
HB1954 Minimum wage; application to certain persons providing fire or emergency medical services. in subcommittee
HB1955 Income tax, state; deduction for multigenerational households. in subcommittee
HB1956 Income tax, state; late payment penalty. dead
HB1957 Adult adoption; investigation and report. passed subcommittee
HB1958 South River; designates segment in City of Waynesboro as part of Va. Scenic Rivers System. passed committee
HB1959 Medication abandonment and increasing patient medication adherence; options for reducing rates. in subcommittee
HB1960 Vehicle registration; special communication needs indicator. passed committee
HB1961 Special identification cards; application by guardian. passed committee
HB1962 Foster care; termination of parental rights, relatives and fictive kin. in subcommittee
HB1963 Funding local health departments; cooperative local health budget, report. in subcommittee
HB1964 State Corporation Commission; supervisory merger or transfer of assets of certain unions. passed house
HB1965 State Air Pollution Control Board; low-emissions and zero-emissions vehicle program. in committee
HB1966 Sports betting; mandatory permit issuance to certain casino operators. dead
HB1967 Virginia Jobs Investment Program and Fund; minimum wage requirements. passed house
HB1968 Absentee voting; availability on Sundays in office of general registrar or voter satellite office. passed committee
HB1969 Administration of blighted and derelict properties; modifies definition of 'qualifying locality.' in subcommittee
HB1970 Voter identification; identification containing a photograph required. in subcommittee
HB1971 Virginia Fair Housing Law; reasonable accommodations, disability-related requests for parking. passed subcommittee
HB1972 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; Virginia Parole Board member votes. in committee
HB1973 Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of banquet licensees. in subcommittee
HB1974 Architects & professional engineers; exemptions from license requirements for onsite sewage systems. in committee
HB1975 Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and mandatory fee waivers, survivors of sex crimes. passed subcommittee
HB1976 Virginia Health Workforce Development Authority; mission of Authority, membership. passed committee
HB1977 Unemployment compensation; overpayments due to administrative error. passed subcommittee
HB1978 Legislative Staff Development Fund; established. in subcommittee
HB1979 Electric vehicle rebate program; creation and funding, report. in subcommittee
HB1980 Enslaved Ancestors College Access Scholarship Program; established, report. in subcommittee
HB1981 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; access to dwelling unit during certain emergencies. passed subcommittee
HB1982 Nutrient credits; use by facility with certain stormwater discharge permit. passed committee
HB1983 Wetland and stream mitigation banks; proximity of impacted site. passed committee
HB1984 Electric utilities; triennial review proceeding by SCC, fair rates of return. in subcommittee
HB1985 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for COVID-19. in subcommittee
HB1986 George Mason University; management agreement with the Commonwealth. passed subcommittee
HB1987 Telemedicine; coverage of telehealth services by an insurer, etc. passed subcommittee
HB1988 Cannabis oil; processing and dispensing by pharmaceutical processors. in subcommittee
HB1989 Public health emergency; emergency medical services agencies, real-time access to information. in subcommittee
HB1990 Criminal justice legislation; racial and ethnic impact statements. in subcommittee
HB1991 Juveniles; release and review hearing for serious offender, plea agreement. passed committee
HB1992 Firearms; purchase, etc., following conviction for assault and battery of a family member. passed committee
HB1993 State agencies and their appointing authorities; diversity, equity, and inclusion strategic plans. passed subcommittee
HB1994 Small agricultural generators; expands definition. passed house
HB1995 Rare Disease Advisory Council; created, report. in subcommittee
HB1996 Va Public Procurement Act; determination of responsibility, etc. passed committee
HB1997 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; definition of 'meeting.' in subcommittee
HB1998 Public schools; lock-down drills, annual requirement. passed subcommittee
HB1999 Tax Commissioner; waiver of accrual of interest in the event that Gov. declares state of emergency. passed committee
HB2000 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; charges for production of public records. dead
HB2001 State and local buildings, certain; building standards. in subcommittee
HB2002 Child support; health care coverage. in subcommittee
HB2003 Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, certain advertising related to school quality. in subcommittee
HB2004 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; law-enforcement criminal incident information, criminal files. passed committee
HB2005 Disposition of the remains of a decedent; persons to make arrangements for funeral. in subcommittee
HB2006 Energy storage systems; tax exemptions. in subcommittee
HB2007 Prescription drugs; price transparency, report. in subcommittee
HB2008 Health insurance; authorization of drug prescribed for the treatment of a mental disorder. passed subcommittee
HB2009 Chamberlin Hotel at Fort Monroe; deed from the Commonwealth to the United States. passed subcommittee
HB2010 Earned sentence credits; revocation of suspended sentence. in subcommittee
HB2011 Parole; investigation prior to release, notice to victim. in committee
HB2012 Protective orders; violations of preliminary child protective order, changes punishment, etc. passed committee
HB2013 School boards; board policy for students unable to pay for a meal at school. passed subcommittee
HB2014 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; landlord's acceptance of rent with reservation. in subcommittee
HB2015 Essential workers; hazard pay, employer to provide personal protective equipment, civil penalty. in subcommittee
HB2016 Paid family and medical leave program; Virginia Employment Commission required to establish. in subcommittee
HB2017 Juvenile offenders; authorizes any jurisdiction to establish a youth court program. passed subcommittee
HB2018 Emergency order for adult protective services; acts of violence, etc., or financial exploitation. passed committee
HB2019 Public elementary and secondary schools; administration of undesignated stock albuterol inhalers. passed subcommittee
HB2020 Nomination of candidates for elected offices; restrictions on nomination method selected. in subcommittee
HB2021 Health insurance; provider contracts, report. in subcommittee
HB2022 Hospice and home care providers; requirements, agreements with managed care organizations. passed subcommittee
HB2023 Solar and wind farms; reporting of acreage by locality. in subcommittee
HB2024 Dept. of Transportation to work w/ Patrick County in constructing replica. in subcommittee
HB2025 Virginia FOIA; record exclusion for personal contact information provided to a public body. passed committee
HB2026 Vehicle window tinting; exempts motor vehicles equipped with side mirrors from prohibition on apply. in subcommittee
HB2027 Standards of Learning; reading and mathematics assessments for grades three through eight. in subcommittee
HB2028 Absentee ballots; witness requirement, printed name and residence address. in subcommittee
HB2029 Fire service training activities; prohibition on the use of certain oriented strand board. passed subcommittee
HB2030 Neonicotinoid pesticides; local regulation and notice, penalty. passed subcommittee
HB2031 Facial recognition technology; authorization of use by local law-enforcement agencies, etc. in committee
HB2032 Employees providing domestic service; application of laws applicable to employee safety. in subcommittee
HB2033 Health insurance; association health plan for real estate salespersons. in subcommittee
HB2034 Electric utilities; nonjurisdictional customers, third party power purchase agreements. passed house
HB2035 Virginia Initiative for Education and Work; participants, modifies Full Employment Program. in subcommittee
HB2036 Virginia Employment Commission; communications with parties. in committee
HB2037 Unemployment compensation; benefits, suitable work, benefits charges. in subcommittee
HB2038 Probation, revocation, and suspension of sentence; limitations. passed subcommittee
HB2039 Physician assistant; eliminates certain requirement for practice. passed subcommittee
HB2040 Unemployment compensation; failure to respond, continuation of benefits, repayment of overpayments. in subcommittee
HB2041 Best interests of the child; assuring frequent and continuing contact with both parents. in subcommittee
HB2042 Trees; replacement and conservation during development. passed committee
HB2043 Virginia Beach Tourism Authority; created. passed committee
HB2044 Naturopathic doctors; Board of Medicine to license and regulate. in subcommittee
HB2045 Civil action for deprivation of rights; duties and liabilities of certain employers. in committee
HB2046 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices. passed subcommittee
HB2047 Criminal proceedings; consideration of mental condition and intellectual, etc. in subcommittee
HB2048 Electric utility regulation; purchasing from competitive suppliers. in subcommittee
HB2049 Electric utilities; eliminates customer credit reinvestment offsets. in subcommittee
HB2050 Virginia housing opportunity; tax credit established starting in taxable year 2021. in subcommittee
HB2051 Alcoholic beverage control; local outdoor refreshment areas. in subcommittee
HB2052 Land banks; right of first refusal for tax delinquent parcels. passed subcommittee
HB2053 Housing and Community Development, Department of; stakeholder advisory group. passed subcommittee
HB2054 Comprehensive plan; provision for transit-oriented development. passed committee
HB2055 Child support obligations; party's incarceration not deemed voluntary unemployment/underemployment. passed committee
HB2056 Status offenders; willful and material violation of court order or terms of probation. passed subcommittee
HB2057 Electric utilities; triennial review. in subcommittee
HB2058 Virginia STEM Education Advisory Board; established, report. passed committee
HB2059 Delinquent returns; enforcement, when approval required. passed committee
HB2060 Online portal for tax practitioners; Department of Taxation shall analyze prospect of establishing. passed committee
HB2061 VIIS; any health care provider in the Commonwealth that administers immunizations to participate. passed committee
HB2062 Food delivery platforms; agreements required, penalty. in subcommittee
HB2063 Virginia Overtime Wage Act; overtime compensation employees, penalties. in subcommittee
HB2064 Recording an electronic document; electronic notarial certificate. in committee
HB2065 Produce Rx Program; established, report. passed subcommittee
HB2066 Public health emergency; reports of suspected violations of orders and regulations, penalty. dead
HB2067 Solar facilities; permit by rule. in subcommittee
HB2068 Local Food and Farming Infrastructure Grant Program; established. passed subcommittee
HB2069 License plates, special; cost of plates for recipients of military decorations. in subcommittee
HB2070 Community services boards; contracts with private providers. passed committee
HB2071 Transportation funding; statewide prioritization process, resiliency. passed subcommittee
HB2072 Virginia Good Neighbor Next Door program; VHDA to convene work group to establish. passed subcommittee
HB2073 Wrongful death statute of limitations; criminal investigations by law enforcement. passed subcommittee
HB2074 Environmental justice; interagency working group. in subcommittee
HB2075 Jefferson Davis Highway; renames any section of U.S. Route 1 to 'Loving Memorial Highway.' passed subcommittee
HB2076 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; definition of sale price. in subcommittee
HB2077 Motor vehicles; driving while holding a companion animal, prohibited. in subcommittee
HB2078 Industrial hemp; updates laws to address the new hemp producer license. passed committee
HB2079 Pharmacists; initiation of treatment with and dispensing and administering of drugs and devices. passed subcommittee
HB2080 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. in subcommittee
HB2081 Polling places; prohibited activities, unlawful possession of a firearm, penalty. passed committee
HB2082 Virginia Redistricting Commission; transparency in redistricting process. in subcommittee
HB2083 Wake surfing; proximity to certain structures or other persons. passed committee
HB2084 Health, Department of; certain communication prohibited. in subcommittee
HB2085 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; local and interjurisdictional emergency operations plans. in committee
HB2086 Child care providers; background checks, portability. in subcommittee
HB2087 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders. in subcommittee
HB2088 Elections, State Board of; increases number of members, appointment of Commissioner of Elections. dead
HB2089 State Inspector General, Office of the; concurrent distribution of reports. in committee
HB2090 School boards; establishment of the READ Fund and READ programs. in subcommittee
HB2091 Covington, City of; amending charter, consolidated school division, salaries. in subcommittee
HB2092 DBHDS; background checks, persons providing contractual services. in subcommittee
HB2093 School Construction Fund and Program; created and established. in subcommittee
HB2094 Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments. in subcommittee
HB2095 Bristol, City of; amending charter, changes to powers and organization. passed committee
HB2096 License plates, special; bearing legend NOT FORGOTTEN. in committee
HB2097 VaLORS; adds agents of Department of Corrections Special Investigations Unit to System. in subcommittee
HB2098 Southwestern Va. Mental Health Institute; Governor to lease a portion of property to Smyth County. in subcommittee
HB2099 Judgments; limitations on enforcement, judgment liens, settlement agents. passed committee
HB2100 Tourism Development Authority; name change. passed committee
HB2101 GO Virginia Grants; matching funds, repeals sunset provision. passed subcommittee
HB2102 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of the Southwest Regional Recreation Authority. in committee
HB2103 Certain public & private employers to provide earned paid sick time. in subcommittee
HB2104 Virginia Highway Corporation Act of 1988; repeals Act. in subcommittee
HB2105 Early childhood education; quality rating and improvement system participation. passed subcommittee
HB2106 State highways, bridges, interchanges, etc.; in subcommittee
HB2107 Health, Board of; public health emergency, virtual visitation for certain facilities. in subcommittee
HB2108 General Assembly; conduct of business by electronic means joint committee established. in committee
HB2109 Agriculture and Consumer Services, Board of; expands membership. passed subcommittee
HB2110 Pretrial data collection; VCSC to collect and disseminate on an annual basis. in committee
HB2111 Maternal Health Data and Quality Measures, Task Force on; established, report. in subcommittee
HB2112 Court of Appeals; expands jurisdiction, increases from 11 to 15 number of judges on Court. in committee
HB2113 Criminal records; establishes a process for automatic expungement, etc., report. in committee
HB2114 Public hearings; notice submitted by localities to newspapers. passed committee
HB2115 Absentee voting; definition of postmark, legibility requirement. in subcommittee
HB2116 Declared states of emergency, certain; funeral service licensees designated as essential workers. passed committee
HB2117 Children's Services Act; funds expended special education programs. in subcommittee
HB2118 Electric Vehicle Grant Fund and Program; creation, report. in subcommittee
HB2119 Student driver education program; parent participation exemption. passed subcommittee
HB2120 Higher educational institutions, public; governing boards, disclosure of budget. in subcommittee
HB2121 State Corporation Commission; business entities filings. passed committee
HB2122 Golf carts and utility vehicles; Town of Ivor authorized to allow operation on highways. in subcommittee
HB2123 Students; eligibility for in-state tuition. passed subcommittee
HB2124 COVID-19; DMAS to deem testing, treatment, and vaccination to be emergency services. in subcommittee
HB2125 Voter registration; preregistration for persons 16 years of age or older. passed subcommittee
HB2126 State parks; lifetime senior parking pass. in committee
HB2127 Redevelopment and housing authorities; gives authorities greater flexibility in naming an authority. in committee
HB2128 Firearms; criminal history record information check delay increased to five days. passed committee
HB2129 Chesapeake Bay; wastewater treatment, Enhanced Nutrient Removal Certainty Program established. in subcommittee
HB2130 Virginia LGBTQ+ Advisory Board; established, report. passed house
HB2131 Alcoholic beverage control; license application, locality input. in subcommittee
HB2132 Homicides and assaults and bodily woundings; certain matters not to constitute defenses. in committee
HB2133 Commercial sex trafficking; issuance of writ of vacatur for victims. passed committee
HB2134 Employee classification; provision of personal protective equipment in response to a disaster. in subcommittee
HB2135 School boards, certain; participation in the Afterschool Meal Program. passed subcommittee
HB2136 Alcoholic beverage control; mobile retailer license created. in subcommittee
HB2137 Paid sick leave; employers to provide to certain employees. in subcommittee
HB2138 Identification privilege cards; fee, confidentiality, penalties. passed committee
HB2139 Accrual of cause of action; diagnosis of latent injury or disease. passed subcommittee
HB2140 Alternative application for employment for persons with a disability; DHRM, to create a process. passed subcommittee
HB2141 Parole; investigation prior to release. in committee
HB2142 Child care tax credit; establishes an individual nonrefundable income tax credit. in committee
HB2143 COVID-19 virus; immunity from civil claims related to the transmission of or exposure to the virus. in committee
HB2144 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses, penalty. in committee
HB2145 Higher educational institutions, public; virtual instruction, tuition cap. in subcommittee
HB2146 Parked cars; VDOT right-of-way. in subcommittee
HB2147 Human Rights, Division of; renamed as Office of Civil Rights. in committee
HB2148 Small renewable energy projects; energy storage. in subcommittee
HB2149 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; limits duration of executive orders to no more than 60 days. in subcommittee
HB2150 Jurisdiction over criminal cases; certification or appeal of charges. passed committee
HB2151 Search warrants; daytime execution, exceptions. in subcommittee
HB2152 Charitable bail organizations; licensure and regulation by Department of Criminal Justice Services. in subcommittee
HB2153 Curbside voting; right to observe ballot deposited into ballot scanner machine or ballot container. dead
HB2154 Hospitals, nursing homes, etc.; regulations, patient access to intelligent personal assistant. in committee
HB2155 Virginia Human Rights Act; nondiscrimination in employment, sexual and workplace harassment. in committee
HB2156 Nursing home staffing and care standards; regulations, report. in subcommittee
HB2157 Estate tax; reinstates the tax for persons dying on or after July 1, 2021. in committee
HB2158 Retail sales and transient occupancy taxes; tax on room rentals, Destination Marketing Fund created. in subcommittee
HB2159 Balloons; release of nonbiodegradable balloons outdoors prohibited, civil penalty. passed committee
HB2160 Electric utilities; triennial review, fair rate of return, customer bill credits. in subcommittee
HB2161 Active military or a military spouse; prohibits discrimination in public accommodations, etc. in committee
HB2162 Medical care facilities; designated support persons for persons with disabilities. in subcommittee
HB2163 Motor Vehicles, Department; limits the release of privileged information to government entities. in committee
HB2164 Tobacco; prohibits person from selling product at retail without license from ABC Authority. in subcommittee
HB2165 Tax delinquent property; sale of land for delinquent taxes. passed subcommittee
HB2166 Involuntary admission; provisions governing involuntary inpatient & mandatory outpatient treatment. in subcommittee
HB2167 Parole; notice and certification, monthly reports, discretionary early consideration. in subcommittee
HB2168 Illegal gambling; skill games, enforcement by localities and Attorney General, civil penalty. in subcommittee
HB2169 Prostitution; reorganizes the statute penalizing into two distinct sections. passed committee
HB2170 Virginia Small Business Financing Authority; risk-based review of outstanding loans. passed house
HB2171 Virginia Small Business Financing Authority; utilization or award of loan and grant program funds. passed house
HB2172 Small, women-owned, and minority-owned businesses; right to appeal denial of initial certification. passed house
HB2173 Advanced recycling, etc.; definitions. passed committee
HB2174 VirginiaSaves Program; established. passed committee
HB2175 Homeowners and tenants of manufactured home parks; housing protections, foreclosures, etc. in committee
HB2176 School board policies; abusive work environments, definitions. passed subcommittee
HB2177 Capital outlay plan; repeals existing six-year capital outlay for projects to be funded. in subcommittee
HB2178 Commonwealth of Virginia Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2021; created. passed committee
HB2179 Refunding bonds; alters the principal and interest requirements. passed committee
HB2180 Lynchburg, City of; amending charter, salaries of members of City Council. passed committee
HB2181 Virginia Retirement System; technical amendments. passed committee
HB2182 Traumatic brain injury; definition. passed subcommittee
HB2183 Small businesses; Department of SBSD to publish on its website a resource to assist businesses. in committee
HB2184 Pandemic Remediation Task Force; established, report. in subcommittee
HB2185 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for personal protective equipment. in subcommittee
HB2186 Mathews County; appointment of bd. of director to the Economic Development Authority of the County. passed committee
HB2187 Recurrent Flooding Resiliency, Commonwealth Center; study topics to manage water quality, etc. in subcommittee
HB2188 Engineered septic systems; Department of Health, et al., to initiate a 3-yr. pilot program to study. in subcommittee
HB2189 Virginia Adventure Corridor and Trail Authority; created. in subcommittee
HB2190 Wrongful death; beneficiaries. passed subcommittee
HB2191 Social services, local department of; location of child in local department's custody. passed subcommittee
HB2192 Support orders; contents of orders, unemployment benefits. passed committee
HB2193 Settlement agreements; indication of contingent dismissal. in subcommittee
HB2194 Communicating threats of death or bodily injury to a person at any place of assembly, etc.; penalty. in committee
HB2195 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school security officers. in subcommittee
HB2196 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; required release of law-enforcement disciplinary records. dead
HB2197 Individuals w/ intellectual & developmental disabilities; DMAS to study use of virtual support, etc. passed committee
HB2198 Local elections for governing bodies; qualification of voters. passed subcommittee
HB2199 Parents of stillborn child; establishes a refundable income tax credit. in subcommittee
HB2200 Electric utilities; triennial review. in subcommittee
HB2201 Solar and energy storage projects; siting agreements throughout the Commonwealth. passed committee
HB2202 Elevator mechanic or accessibility mechanic, certain; exemption from certification. in committee
HB2203 Virginia Agriculture Food Assistance Program and Fund; established and created. passed subcommittee
HB2204 Get Skilled, Get a Job, Give Back (G3) Fund and Program; established. passed subcommittee
HB2205 Same-day voting; repeals provision relating to voting after registration records close. in subcommittee
HB2206 Child Care Assistance Program; created. in committee
HB2207 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for COVID-19. in subcommittee
HB2208 Harry F. Byrd, Sr., statue; removal from Capitol Square. passed committee
HB2209 Absentee voting; signature match, provisional ballot status. in subcommittee
HB2210 Civil Rights, Division of; created in the Department of Law. in committee
HB2211 Individualized education programs; identification of necessary additional services and referrals. in subcommittee
HB2212 Children's Services Act; effective monitoring and implementation. passed subcommittee
HB2213 Gold; Secretary of Natural Resources, et al., to study mining and processing. passed committee
HB2214 Broadband service territory maps; Commonwealth Broadband Chief Advisor to develop and maintain. in committee
HB2215 Small agricultural generators; definition, manufacturer licensees. in subcommittee
HB2216 Va. Missing Child w/ Autism Alert Program; renames Va. Missing Person w/ Autism Program. passed committee
HB2217 Public access authorities; granted certain liability protections. in subcommittee
HB2218 Pharmaceutical processors; permits processors to produce & distribute cannabis products. in subcommittee
HB2219 Pharmacies; freedom of choice by covered individual. in subcommittee
HB2220 Surgical technologist; certification, use of title. passed subcommittee
HB2221 Environmental permits; community and environmental justice outreach. in subcommittee
HB2222 Military medical personnel program; facilities that offer medical services to public, etc. in subcommittee
HB2223 Treasury and State Treasurer, Department of the; surety bonds. passed committee
HB2224 Broadband service providers; fiber optic broadband lines, railroad crossings. in committee
HB2225 Empowerment Scholarship Accounts; established, report. in subcommittee
HB2226 Criminal street gang reporting; notice & process for contesting entry of information into databases. in subcommittee
HB2227 Uniform Statewide Building Code; amendments, energy efficiency and conservation. in committee
HB2228 Workers' compensation; injuries caused by repetitive and sustained physical stressors. in subcommittee
HB2229 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; responsibilities of real estate brokers, etc. passed subcommittee
HB2230 Supported decision-making agreements; DBHDS to develop and implement a program, etc. in subcommittee
HB2231 Group Violence Intervention Board and Division of Group Violence Intervention; established, report. passed subcommittee
HB2232 Authorized representatives of party or candidate; intimidation of or interference, penalty. in subcommittee
HB2233 Orders of restitution; docketed on behalf of victim, enforcement. passed committee
HB2234 Victims of human trafficking; affirmative defense to prosecution for certain offenses. passed subcommittee
HB2235 Voter identification; optional restrictive identification requirement. in subcommittee
HB2236 Behavioral health docket; transfer of supervision. passed subcommittee
HB2237 Virginia Public Procurement Act; project labor agreements, transportation projects. in committee
HB2238 Licensed private schools for students with disabilities; accreditation. in subcommittee
HB2239 Absentee voting; ballots to be processed before election day and sorted and counted. in subcommittee
HB2240 General Assembly; limits on introduction of legislation. in committee
HB2241 Unborn child protection from dismemberment abortion; penalties. in committee
HB2242 COVID-19 immunization; prohibition on requirement, discrimination prohibited. in committee
HB2243 Home instruction and private schools; creates an individual, nonrefundable income tax credit. in committee
HB2244 Family life education; curriculum guidelines, human reproduction, viewing of ultrasound video. dead
HB2245 Transportation; revenues dedicated as of July 1, 2020, shall not be redirected. in subcommittee
HB2246 State agencies; automatic workforce management verification software. in committee
HB2247 Education, Board of; conditions and considerations on school division boundaries. in subcommittee
HB2248 Motor Vehicles, Department of; personal information requests, fees. in committee
HB2249 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; landlord charges for security deposits. passed subcommittee
HB2250 Humane Cosmetics Act; civil penalties. in subcommittee
HB2251 Emergency orders and regulations; limitations, civil penalty. in subcommittee
HB2252 Tazewell County; quitclaim and conveyance of easement by Board of Wildlife Resources. passed committee
HB2253 Economic Development Access Program, bonded projects. passed subcommittee
HB2254 Obscene image or video; transmission prohibited, penalty. passed subcommittee
HB2255 Local election officials; public availability of instructions and guidance. dead
HB2256 Parking; localities authority to regulate. in subcommittee
HB2257 Hampton Roads Sanitation District; changes to the enabling act. in subcommittee
HB2258 Substantial Risk Order Registry; maintenance by State Police. in subcommittee
HB2259 Governor; issuance of licenses to persons denied by regulatory board. in committee
HB2260 Vehicle registration fees; imposes an additional fee to be deposited into Public Safety Trust Fund. in subcommittee
HB2261 License plates, special; removes fee for issuance to a member of the Virginia National Guard. in subcommittee
HB2262 Bicycles; permits operators to treat a stop sign as a yield sign in certain situations. in subcommittee
HB2263 Death penalty; abolition of current penalty. in committee
HB2264 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as fingerprint examiners. in subcommittee
HB2265 Electric utilities; development of renewable energy facilities. in subcommittee
HB2266 Alcoholic beverage control; local outdoor refreshment areas. in subcommittee
HB2267 Local electoral boards and general registrar; disclosure of certain gifts and funding. in subcommittee
HB2268 State Health Commissioner; powers during an epidemic, vaccinations, religious tenets or practices. in committee
HB2269 Solar energy; revenue share for projects. in subcommittee
HB2270 Minimum wage; effective dates of scheduled increases, report. in subcommittee
HB2271 Universal health care; Secretary of Health & Human Resources to study options for financing. in subcommittee
HB2272 Naturopathic doctors; Department of Health Professions to amend its regulations. dead
HB2273 Data centers; sales and use tax exemption. in subcommittee
HB2274 Health insurance; carrier business practices, provider contracts. in subcommittee
HB2275 Food and drink permit; Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services to issue. in subcommittee
HB2276 Plastic firearms and unfinished frames, etc.; manufacture, import, sale, transfer, etc., penalty. passed committee
HB2277 Children with disabilities, certain; one-year high school extensions permitted. in subcommittee
HB2278 Voter registration; political party affiliation, closed primary elections. in subcommittee
HB2279 Contractors, Board for; requirement for continuing education prohibited. in committee
HB2280 Higher educational institutions, public, and State Bd. for Community Colleges; governing boards. in subcommittee
HB2281 Virginia Clean Economy Act; non-bypassable charges, energy-intensive trade-exposed (EITE). in subcommittee
HB2282 State Corporation Commission; transportation electrification, utility recovery of certain costs. in subcommittee
HB2283 Railroads; freight train crew size requirements, civil penalty. in committee
HB2284 Driving privileges, certain; Commissioner of DMV to reinstate privileges and waive fees. in subcommittee
HB2285 Firearms; certain persons exempted from purchasing one firearm per month. in subcommittee
HB2286 Court appearance of a person not free on bail; changes to provisions regarding bail hearings, etc. passed subcommittee
HB2287 Economic development authorities; size of board in Powhatan County. passed committee
HB2288 Va. Public Procurement Act; construction contracts, requirement to submit list of subcontractors. in subcommittee
HB2289 Children's Services Act; eligibility for state pool of funds, any child or youth. in subcommittee
HB2290 Larceny; repeals punishment for conviction of second or subsequent misdemeanor. passed subcommittee
HB2291 Law-enforcement civilian oversight bodies; deputy sheriffs. in subcommittee
HB2292 Fossil fuel projects; establishes a moratorium, effective January 1, 2022, etc. in committee
HB2293 Local gas severance tax; extends sunset date. in subcommittee
HB2294 Vehicle's odometer; disclosure exemption. in subcommittee
HB2295 Firearm or stun weapon; carrying within Capitol Square and the surrounding area, state-owned bldgs. passed committee
HB2296 Worker classification; independent contractors. in committee
HB2297 Alcoholic beverage control; transfer of wine, penalty. in committee
HB2298 Muzzleloading rifle and shotgun; clarifies definitions. in subcommittee
HB2299 Special education; training for school divisions on developing IEPs for children w/ disabilities. in subcommittee
HB2300 Hospitals; emergency treatment for substance use-related emergencies. in subcommittee
HB2301 Therapeutic day treatment; DMAS to develop a plan regarding authorization, etc. in committee
HB2302 Farmers market food and beverage products; sales considered essential during state of emergency. in committee
HB2303 Controlled substances; reduces penalty for possession of a Schedule I or II substance, penalties. in committee
HB2304 Phase I or Phase II electric utilities; provision of broadband capacity. in subcommittee
HB2305 Governor's Schools; Board of Education to issue guidance on the governance of academic year. in subcommittee
HB2306 Va. Public Procurement Act; contract clause requiring subcontractor reporting of certain payments. in committee
HB2307 Consumer Data Protection Act; establishes a framework for controlling and processing personal data. in committee
HB2308 Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, etc.; quantity of land certain associations may hold. in committee
HB2309 Condition of parole; registration with Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry, penalty. in committee
HB2310 Concealed handgun permits; demonstration of competence. in committee
HB2311 Objects of antiquity; unlawful to remove from battlefield, penalty. in committee
HB2312 Marijuana; legalization of simple possession, etc. in committee
HB2313 Freedom of Information Act; exclusions; definition of 'Office of the Governor.' in committee
HB2314 Board of Education; regulations; special education; amendment. in committee
HB2315 Local referendum on the legalization of marijuana. in committee
HB2316 Department of Education and Board of Education; special education and related services. in committee
HB2317 Advisory Committee on Sexual and Domestic Violence; membership; duties. in committee
HB2318 Test driving vehicles; residence districts, civil penalty. in subcommittee
HB2319 Firearms; access to certain persons in a shared dwelling, civil penalty. in committee
HB2320 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; required disclosures, special flood hazard areas. introduced
HB2321 Labor, Secretary of; position created in Governor's Cabinet. introduced
HB2322 Opioid Abatement Authority; established, report. introduced
HB2323 Library aid; former regional library system. introduced
HB2324 Removing a citizen commissioner of the Virginia Redistricting Commission for neglect of duty. introduced
HB2325 Creation of Office of the Department of Corrections Ombudsman. introduced
HB2326 Regulation of child-care services in localities. introduced
HB2327 Prevailing wage rate; public contractors. introduced
HB2328 Facilitate the administration of the COVID-19 vaccine; emergency. in committee
HB2329 Involuntary commitment; release of person before expiration of order. in committee
HB2330 Electric utilities; Percentage of Income Payment Program. introduced
HB2331 Elimination of mandatory minimum sentences; modification of sentence to mandatory minimum terms. introduced
HB2332 Commonwealth Health Reinsurance Program. in committee
HB2333 Facilitate the administration of the COVID-19 vaccine; emergency. in committee
HB2334 Damage to motor vehicles; penalties. introduced
HB2335 Fundamental right to be free from medical mandates. in committee
HJ2 Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for affordable housing (first reference). dead
HJ80 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters, restoration of rights. dead
HJ86 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters, 16-year-olds permitted to vote. dead
HJ113 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). dead
HJ143 Constitutional amendment; Virginia Citizens Redistricting Commission, established. dead
HJ511 Gospel Music Heritage Month; designating as Sept. in 2021 and in each succeeding year thereafter. in committee
HJ512 Commending William Mann, M.D. passed senate
HJ513 Constitutional amendment; executive power, state of emergency, special session (first reference). in subcommittee
HJ514 Constitutional amendment; special sessions, required certain states of emergency (first reference). in subcommittee
HJ515 Constitutional amendment; right of parents (first reference). in subcommittee
HJ516 United States Constitution; application for a convention of the states. in committee
HJ517 Celebrating the life of Lue Ethel Lapsley Carson. passed senate
HJ518 Celebrating the life of Nathaniel Cridlin. passed senate
HJ519 Celebrating the life of Frederick Barger, Jr. passed senate
HJ520 Celebrating the life of Phillip G. Osborne. passed senate
HJ521 Commending the Crater Planning District Commission. passed senate
HJ522 Staffing levels, employment conditions, and compensation at DOC; continued study, appropriations. in subcommittee
HJ523 Voting Rights for Women Month; designating as November in 2021 and each succeeding year thereafter. in committee
HJ524 Abolition Day; designating as December 6, 2021, and each succeeding year thereafter. in committee
HJ525 National Statuary Hall Collection at the United States Capitol; Barbara Rose Johns. passed committee
HJ526 Comprehensive campaign finance reform; joint subcommittee to study. in subcommittee
HJ527 Invasive plant species; DCR, et al., to study the sale and use of species. passed committee
HJ528 Uyghur American Friendship Day; designating as November 12, 2021, & each succeeding year thereafter. in committee
HJ529 Apprenticeship training programs; DOLI to study the future need for programs. in subcommittee
HJ530 Controlled substances; VSCC to study decriminalization of possession, etc. in subcommittee
HJ531 Interstate Medical Licensure Compact; Joint Com. on Health Care to study advisability of joining. in committee
HJ532 Commending the McLean Volunteer Fire Department. passed senate
HJ533 Celebrating the life of George Markey Keating. passed senate
HJ534 Celebrating the life of Lilla Dunovant McCutchen Richards. passed senate
HJ535 Commending Mark Stripe. passed senate
HJ536 Remote sales and use tax distribution to localities; JLARC to study. in subcommittee
HJ537 Racism; General Assembly to recognize as a public health crisis. passed committee
HJ538 Access to water; human right. passed committee
HJ539 Constitutional amendment; removes same-sex marriage prohibition. in subcommittee
HJ540 Commending Frank Tamberrino. passed senate
HJ541 Daylight saving time; Secretary of Commerce and Trade to study the effects on the Commonwealth. in subcommittee
HJ542 Transit equity and modernization; Department of Rail and Public Transportation to study. in subcommittee
HJ543 National service; Department of Social Services to study ways to increase participation. in subcommittee
HJ544 Commending Peter Clark. passed senate
HJ545 Infertility treatment; Health Insurance Reform Commission to study mandating insurance coverage. in subcommittee
HJ546 Constitutional amendment; felon disenfranchisement. in subcommittee
HJ547 Commending the Norfolk and Western Railway Section Foreman's House. passed senate
HJ548 Constitutional amendment; public schools, standards of quality. in subcommittee
HJ549 COVID-19; JLARC to study the impact on Virginia's public schools, students, and school employees. passed committee
HJ550 Glass-Steagall Act; memorializing Congress to reinstate Act and develop an infrastructure bank. in committee
HJ551 Constitutional amendment; qualification of voters, 16-year-olds permitted to vote (first reference). in subcommittee
HJ552 Recurrent inland and urban flooding across the Commonwealth; joint subcommittee to study. in subcommittee
HJ553 Commending Colonel William Joseph Flanagan, Jr., USA, Ret. passed senate
HJ554 Commending Kent Stigall. passed senate
HJ555 Constitutional amendment; felon disenfranchisement. in subcommittee
HJ556 Constitutional amendment; environmental justice (first reference). in subcommittee
HJ557 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). in subcommittee
HJ558 Student meal donation programs; baccalaureate public institution of higher education to establish. in committee
HJ559 Global warming; caused by human activity has resulted in a climate and ecological emergency. in committee
HJ560 Pharmaceutical distribution payment system; Secretary of HHR to convene a work group to examine. in subcommittee
HJ561 Construction trades; joint subcommittee to study occupational licensing laws. in subcommittee
HJ562 International Overdose Awareness Day; designating Aug 31, in 2021 & each succeeding year thereafter. passed committee
HJ563 Corporate tax; DLS to establish group to assess transitioning to unitary combined reporting system. in committee
HJ564 Public records; FOIA Council to study whether FOIA should be amended to allow easier access. in subcommittee
HJ565 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Augustus Benton Chafin, Jr. passed senate
HJ566 Citizenship Amendment Act; Congress of United States urged to call on Republic of India to repeal. in committee
HJ567 Income tax, state; JLARC to study increasing the progressivity of Virginia's system. passed committee
HJ568 Juvenile justice; prevention of girls who are victims of violence from entering system. in subcommittee
HJ569 Trees; Dept. of Forestry to study & evaluate enabling statutes for ordinances related to planting. in subcommittee
HJ570 Commending Jill Harrell. passed senate
HJ571 Celebrating the life of Alan Zimm. passed senate
HJ572 Wolf Creek Cherokee Tribe of Virginia; General Assembly to extend state recognition. passed committee
HJ573 COVID-19; expresses the sense of the General Assembly that any vaccination for virus be voluntary. in committee
HJ574 General Assembly; providing for a Joint Assembly and 2021 Session schedule. introduced
HJ575 General Assembly; providing for a Joint Assembly and 2021 Session schedule. passed senate
HJ576 General Assembly; establishing a prefiling schedule for the 2022 Regular Session. passed senate
HJ577 Medicaid managed care organizations and provider networks; joint subcommittee to study oversight. in subcommittee
HJ578 Criminal justice, behavioral health, & other records; DBHDS to study feasibility of secure database. in subcommittee
HJ579 Speaker of the House of Delegates; confirming appointment to VCU Health Sys Authority Board of Dir. passed committee
HJ580 Commending the Lake Ridge Occoquan Coles Civic Association. passed senate
HJ581 Celebrating the life of Karl David Stoltzfus, Sr. passed senate
HJ582 Constitutional amendment; fundamental right to marry, removes same-sex marriage prohibition. in subcommittee
HJ583 Liberty Amendments Month; designating June 19 through third Monday in July, in 2021. passed committee
HJ584 Commending Edwin Eagle. passed senate
HJ585 Celebrating the life of Harold Reid. passed senate
HJ586 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Alphonso Hamilton. passed senate
HJ587 Commending Sim Ewing. introduced
HJ588 Celebrating the life of Dave Andrew Weeks, Jr. introduced
HJ589 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Mamye E. BaCote. introduced
HJ590 Celebrating the life of Stephen Teel Goodwin. introduced
HJ591 Celebrating the life of Billy Joe Roberts. introduced
HJ592 Celebrating the life of Captain Charles F. Noll, Sr., USN, Ret. introduced
HJ593 Celebrating the life of William Burford Warrick. introduced
HJ594 Commending Pierce's Pitt Bar-B-Que. introduced
HJ595 Celebrating the life of Charlotte Melton. introduced
HJ596 Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month; designating September, in 2021 and each succeeding year thereafter. passed committee
HJ597 Commending Virginia's Crossroads. introduced
HJ598 Commending Richmond Raceway. introduced
HJ599 Commending the Virginia Chapter of American Promise and Take Back Our Republic. introduced
HJ600 Commending Lisa Rode. introduced
HJ601 Celebrating the life of Marvin Howard Wagner. introduced
HJ602 Commending Tiffany J. Alfred. introduced
HJ603 Commending Christchurch School. introduced
HJ604 General Assembly; confirming appointment to Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission. passed committee
HJ605 Victims of COVID-19 Remembrance Day; designating March 14, in 2021 & each succeeding yr thereafter. passed committee
HJ606 Equal Citizens Month; designating November, in 2021 and each succeeding year thereafter. passed committee
HJ607 Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month; designating May, in 2021 and each succeeding year thereafter. in committee
HJ608 Commending Robert Sykes. introduced
HJ609 Commending Dennis K. Morris. introduced
HJ610 Commending Richard D. Pillow. introduced
HJ611 Commending Andrew's Grill. introduced
HJ612 Commending Beulah E. Thomas. introduced
HJ613 Celebrating the life of the Reverend Leroy A. Cherry. introduced
HJ614 Constitutional amendment (first reference); real property tax exemption; surviving spouses. in committee
HJ615 Commending the Williamsburg Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4639. introduced
HJ616 Constitutional amendment (first reference); real property tax exemption; affordable housing. introduced
HJ617 Commending the River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award. introduced
HJ618 Denouncing racism and racist ideologies. introduced
HJ619 Commending Little Oil Company, Inc. introduced
HJ620 Commending Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts. introduced
HJ621 Commending Colonial Behavioral Health. introduced
HJ622 Commending the Northern Virginia Association of REALTORS introduced
HJ623 Celebrating the life of Robert E. Mannion. introduced
HJ624 Celebrating the life of Erik Gutshall. introduced
HJ625 Celebrating the life of George H. Banks. introduced
HJ626 Clarence Clemons Day; designating January 11, in 2022 and each succeeding year thereafter. introduced
HR220 Celebrating the life of Robert S. Miller III. passed house
HR221 Rockingham Cooperative; commemorating its 100th anniversary. passed house
HR222 Commending Staunton Steam Laundry. passed house
HR223 Commending Lindsey Pantele. passed house
HR224 Commending Erin Franklin. passed house
HR225 National Infrastructure Bank; urging Congress of the United States to create and pass H.R. 6422. in committee
HR226 Celebrating the life of Joshua Thomas Thompson. passed house
HR227 Racism; recognizing as a public health crisis. in committee
HR228 House of Delegates; establishing 2021 Regular Session post-prefilng limits on bill introduction. passed house
HR229 House of Delegates; amending and readopting Rule 4 of the Rules. passed house
HR230 Virginia House of Delegates; salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed house
HR231 Commending Robert Raymond Matthias. passed house
HR232 Celebrating the life of William Franklin Hudgins III. passed house
HR233 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Robert S. Bloxom, Sr. passed house
HR234 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Frederick B. Lowe. introduced
HR235 Commending the Monument Terrace 'Support Our Troops' rallies. introduced
HR236 Celebrating the life of Nell Simpson Malbon. introduced
HR237 COVID-19 pandemic; condemning the Chinese Communist Party for its role in the pandemic. in committee
HR238 House Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming appointment by Speaker of the House of Delegates. passed committee
HR239 Law-enforcement officers; HOD to affirm its support and appreciation for their service. in committee
HR240 Celebrating the life of Thomas Washington Robinson. introduced
HR241 Commending Anne M. Mitchell. introduced
HR242 Celebrating the life of Gabrielle Elizabeth Aldea. introduced
HR243 Celebrating the life of George Henry Banks. introduced
HR244 Commending Henrico County Public Schools School Nutrition Services. introduced
HR245 Celebrating the life of Robert Waid. introduced
HR246 Commending journalists in Virginia. introduced
# Title Status
SB13 Capitol Square; possessing or transporting a weapon within Square, penalty. dead
SB15 Weapons; carrying into building owned or leased by the Commonwealth, penalty. dead
SB27 Uninsured and underinsured motorist insurance policies; bad faith. dead
SB32 Corporal punishment of a child with an object; penalty. dead
SB80 Student journalists; freedom of speech and the press. dead
SB91 Parole; application of statutes. dead
SB97 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices, effective clause. dead
SB128 DOE; pilot program, placement transition of certain students. dead
SB135 Children's Services Act; special education programs. dead
SB143 Disabled veterans and surviving spouses; state subsidy of property tax exemptions. dead
SB148 Driving under the influence; provisions regarding driving or operating a motor vehicle, etc. dead
SB150 Criminal fiscal impact statement; bills resulting in a net increase of period of imprisonment. dead
SB166 Campaign finance; disbursement of surplus funds, prohibited conversion to personal use. 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
SB218 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for employers of National Guard members. dead
SB223 Juvenile records; expungement. dead
SB234 Human Resource Management, Department of; health insurance for local school board employees. dead
SB249 School Divisions of Innovation; performance-based assessments. dead
SB253 Deeds of trust; fiduciary duties. dead
SB274 Motion picture theaters; required open-captioned showings. dead
SB285 Intentional or negligent infliction of injury or death; bystander claims for emotional distress. dead
SB291 Mortgage brokers; prohibition on dual compensation. dead
SB295 Employment; disclosure of terms to employees. dead
SB304 Animal shelters; euthanasia rate. dead
SB306 Criminal history information; destruction of information for certain charges and convictions. dead
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
SB326 Sentencing proceeding by the jury after conviction; recommendation of leniency. dead
SB327 School boards, certain; cost of competing adjustment, eligibility. dead
SB346 Contractors, on-site superintendents; boiler and pressure vessel operator license. dead
SB352 Guardianship and conservatorship; supported decision-making alternative. dead
SB353 Outdoor shooting ranges; prohibited adjacent to residential areas, exceptions, civil penalty. dead
SB359 Gifts of real estate; title search required for recordation. dead
SB362 Hyperbaric oxygen therapy; data collection. dead
SB363 Virginia Works Portal; created, report. dead
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
SB382 Health insurance; coverage for prosthetic devices. dead
SB387 Charitable gaming; creates special permit for the play of electronic versions of instant bingo, etc. dead
SB390 Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments. dead
SB409 Landfills, large; local impact. dead
SB411 Employment health and safety standards; heat illness prevention, definition. dead
SB419 Conservation of trees; Town of Vienna. dead
SB420 Public schools; seizure management and action plan, training. dead
SB427 Employee protection; discharge for protective order prohibited. dead
SB446 Constitutional amendment; personal property tax exemption for motor vehicle of a disabled veteran. dead
SB449 Death penalty; abolishes penalty, including those persons currently under a death sentence. dead
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
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
SB464 Higher educational institutions; intercollegiate athletics, student-athletes, compensation. dead
SB474 Health care provider panels; vertically integrated carriers, public hospitals. dead
SB486 Food waste; to study VDACS sources, scale, and prevention of food waste. dead
SB490 Firearms; purchase, possession, etc., following a conviction. dead
SB502 Child support enforcement; Department of Social Services to distribute support payments. dead
SB510 Milk; definition, misbranding product, prohibition. dead
SB533 Pari-mutuel wagering; breakage, distribution for problem gambling treatment and support. dead
SB536 Incentives for telecommunications companies; provision of wireless broadband services. dead
SB537 Mandatory minimum punishment; limitation. dead
SB550 Dating relationship abuse; penalty. dead
SB569 DBHDS and VSP; mobile applications, mental health and public safety. dead
SB606 Virginia Retirement System; increased retirement allowance for certain judges. dead
SB618 Specialty dockets; referrals. dead
SB624 Geriatric prisoners; conditional release. dead
SB626 Hazardous Substance Aboveground Storage Tank Fund; created. dead
SB627 Contractors to subcontractors; prompt payment. dead
SB637 Estate tax; reinstatement. dead
SB641 Civil action; sale of personal data. dead
SB660 Virginia Equal Pay Act; civil penalties. dead
SB669 Animal testing; breeding. dead
SB681 Criminal cases; compensation of experts, effective clause. dead
SB699 Juries; fine for failure to respond to questionnaire. dead
SB719 Virginia Minimum Wage Act; exclusions. dead
SB721 Orders of restitution; enforcement. dead
SB723 Bail; data collection and reporting standards, report, effective clause. dead
SB756 Income tax, corporate; combined reporting requirements. dead
SB765 Health insurance; provider contracts, business practices, adverse changes, penalties. dead
SB777 Virginia Security for Public Deposits Act; collateral for public deposits. dead
SB779 Sixth grade science curriculum; DOE & DEQ to update. dead
SB780 Campgrounds; inherent risks, liability. dead
SB785 Mortgage loan originators; exempts retailers of manufactured or modular homes, etc. dead
SB802 Death penalty executions; imposes a moratorium. dead
SB803 Attorneys for the Commonwealth; compensation and collection of fees. dead
SB805 Robbery; definition, penalty. dead
SB808 Police and court records; expungement of records, misdemeanor and felony convictions. dead
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
SB813 Virginia High Speed Chase Alert Program; created. dead
SB819 Drug Treatment Court Act; authorization and availability. dead
SB824 Alcoholic beverage control; distiller licenses, Internet orders and shipments. dead
SB826 Water and sewer service charges; tenant or lessee. dead
SB842 Electric energy; customer choice. dead
SB854 Virginia Urban Agriculture Advisory Council; created, report. dead
SB863 Southwestern Va. Mental Health Institute; Governor to lease a portion of property to Smyth County. dead
SB867 Health care provider panels; vertically integrated carriers, providers. dead
SB887 Voter registration; automatic voter registration. dead
SB898 Business advisory committee; established. dead
SB914 Victim of human trafficking; petition for vacatur/expungement of convictions & police/court records. dead
SB917 Reproductive health services; health benefit plans to cover costs of specified health care services. dead
SB946 Medical assistance services; state plan to include doulas. dead
SB947 Police and court records; expungement of records, acquittals. dead
SB965 Income tax, state; subtraction for certain active duty military income. dead
SB973 Judges; maximum number in each judicial circuit and district. dead
SB983 Certificate of public need; definition of 'medical care facility,' facilities subject to review. dead
SB993 State Health Commissioner; local health directors, qualifications. dead
SB1011 Transportation, Department of; application of design standards, modifications. dead
SB1021 Kings Highway Bridge; located in the City of Suffolk, is eligible for state of good repair funds. dead
SB1033 Juvenile community correctional centers and facilities; establishment, placement of juveniles. dead
SB1042 Wills; presumption of undue influence. dead
SB1049 Involuntary commitment; notice and participation, discharge plans. dead
SB1050 Hospitals; custody of person subject to emergency custody order, regulations. dead
SB1052 Virginia Charitable Gaming Board; regulations of the Board. dead
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
SB1068 Higher education; in-state tuition. 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
SB1092 Performance guarantees, certain; provisions for periodic partial and final release. dead
SB1095 Alcoholic beverage control; prohibition on mixed beverages at strip clubs. dead
SB1097 Absentee voting; witness signature not required. passed committee
SB1098 Unmanned aircraft; exempts an owner from the requirement to register. passed committee
SB1099 Children's Services Act; special education programs. incorporated
SB1100 Budget Bill. in committee
SB1101 Presidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact. in committee
SB1102 Personal care aides; DMAS to establish an orientation program within its Long-Term Care Division. passed committee
SB1103 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; Virginia Parole Board member votes. passed committee
SB1104 Parole; notice and certification, monthly reports. passed committee
SB1105 Post-conviction relief; previously admitted scientific evidence, report. in committee
SB1106 Public School Assistance Fund and Program; created. passed committee
SB1107 Medical malpractice; limitation on recovery. in committee
SB1108 General district courts; jurisdictional limits. passed committee
SB1109 Voter referendum; issuance of state general obligation bonds for school facility modernization. in committee
SB1110 Real estate settlement agents; duties. passed senate
SB1111 Elections; preservation of order at the polls, powers of officers of election. passed committee
SB1112 Research and development expenses; tax credit available against the bank franchise tax. passed committee
SB1113 Communicating threats of death or bodily injury to a person at any place of assembly, etc.; penalty. in committee
SB1114 Children's Services Act; expands eligibility for state pool of funds. incorporated
SB1115 Industrial hemp; increases maximum THC concentration. in committee
SB1116 State Health Commissioner; powers during an epidemic, vaccinations, religious tenets or practices. dead
SB1117 Immunizations; religious tenets or practices. dead
SB1118 Voter registration; verification of social security numbers, provisional registration status. in committee
SB1119 Law-enforcement agencies; body-worn camera systems. passed committee
SB1120 County executive form of government; local budgets. passed senate
SB1121 Birth certificates; creates a new process for the amendment of certificates. passed committee
SB1122 Habitual offenders; repeals remaining provisions of Habitual Offender Act. passed committee
SB1123 Will contest; presumption of undue influence. passed senate
SB1124 Execution of wills; witnesses to a will required to be disinterested, definition. dead
SB1125 Parole Board; notice of parole of prisoner to victim. passed committee
SB1126 Transportation District Commission of Hampton Roads; change in membership. passed committee
SB1127 Charitable gaming; conduct of instant bingo, network bingo, pull tabs, and seal cards. in committee
SB1128 Norfolk, City of; amending charter, general updates. passed senate
SB1129 Veterans service organizations; paramilitary activities. in committee
SB1130 Personal property tax; exemption for motor vehicle of a 100 percent disabled veteran. passed senate
SB1131 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders. in committee
SB1132 Public schools; severe weather conditions and other emergency situations. passed senate
SB1133 Children's Services Act; eligibility for state pool of funds, pilot program. passed committee
SB1134 Refunding bonds; alters the principal and interest requirements. passed senate
SB1135 Dangerous dogs; restructures procedure for adjudication, penalty. in subcommittee
SB1136 License plates, special; repeals issuance of certain plates. passed committee
SB1137 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school security officers. in committee
SB1138 Sexually transmitted infections; infected sexual battery; repeal. in committee
SB1139 Animal-drawn vehicles; establishes equipment requirements for vehicles operating on the highways. dead
SB1140 Gifts of real estate; requirements. dead
SB1141 Hampton Roads area refuse collection authority; financial planning. passed senate
SB1142 Marriage; persons who may celebrate rites, authorizes current members of the General Assembly. passed senate
SB1143 Wetlands; extension of certain permits through 2021. in committee
SB1144 Aircraft civil; registration and licensing. in committee
SB1145 Commonwealth of Virginia Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2021; created. passed senate
SB1146 Income tax, state; conformity with the Internal Revenue Code. in committee
SB1147 Nurse Loan Repayment Program; certified nurse aide. passed committee
SB1148 Elections; date of June primary election. in committee
SB1149 Nursing homes; standards of care and staff requirements, regulations. in subcommittee
SB1150 Military Spouse Liaison; position created in Department of Veterans Services, report. passed committee
SB1151 Income tax, state; subtraction for veteran retirement income. in committee
SB1152 Appomattox, Town of; amending charter, shifts local elections from May to November, etc. passed senate
SB1153 Absentee voting; ballots to be sorted and results to be reported by precinct. in committee
SB1154 Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, Commissioner of; reports to designated protection. passed committee
SB1155 Capital outlay plan; repeals existing six-year capital outlay for projects to be funded. passed senate
SB1156 Technology Development Grant Fund; created. passed senate
SB1157 Municipal elections; shifting elections to November. passed senate
SB1158 Port of Virginia tax credits; extends the sunset date. passed committee
SB1159 Sick leave; use for the care of immediate family members. in committee
SB1160 Removal of vehicles and cargoes involved in accidents; liability. in committee
SB1161 Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board; clarifies membership. passed committee
SB1162 Tax credit; agricultural best management practices. in committee
SB1163 Agricultural equipment; establishes a refundable individual and corporate income tax credit. in committee
SB1164 Advanced recycling; not considered solid waste management, definition. in committee
SB1165 Death penalty; abolition of current penalty. passed committee
SB1166 Nursing professional; establishes a nonrefundable individual income tax credit. in committee
SB1167 Nursing, Board of; licensure or certification by endorsement for members of the U.S. military. stricken
SB1168 'Abused or neglected child;' definition. passed senate
SB1169 High school student parking passes; valid driver's license or driver privilege card required. passed committee
SB1170 Isle of Wight County; authorized to impose an additional local sales and use tax to support schools. in committee
SB1171 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; disclosure requirements. passed senate
SB1172 Capitol Square Preservation Council; powers and duties, review and approval of plans for changes. passed committee
SB1173 Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission; membership. in committee
SB1174 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Director of; reporting requirements. dead
SB1175 Brunswick County school board; appointed school board salaries. passed senate
SB1176 Barrier crimes; amends current requirements for DBHDS to provide, etc. in subcommittee
SB1177 Public weighmasters; license. in committee
SB1178 Genetic counseling; repeals conscience clause. in subcommittee
SB1179 Corrections Private Management Act; name change, private management prohibited. dead
SB1180 Civil actions; actions filed on behalf of multiple persons. in committee
SB1181 Special immigrant juvenile status; jurisdiction. passed senate
SB1182 Motor vehicle liability insurance; increases coverage amounts. passed committee
SB1183 Property Owners' Association Act/Condominium Act; use of electronic means for meetings and voting. in committee
SB1184 Standby guardianship; triggering event. in committee
SB1185 Assisted living facilities; residents that are auxiliary grant recipients. passed committee
SB1186 Landfill siting; historic preservation. in committee
SB1187 Physical therapy; extends time allowed for a therapist to evaluate and treat patients. passed committee
SB1188 Virginia Agriculture Food Assistance Program and Fund; established and created. passed committee
SB1189 Occupational therapists; licensure. passed committee
SB1190 Health Standards of Learning; advanced directive education for high school students. passed senate
SB1191 School nurses; excludes positions from certain requirements, school board to employ in each school. passed committee
SB1192 Naturopathic doctors; Department of Health Professions to amend its regulations. dead
SB1193 Dairy Producer Margin Coverage Premium Assistance Program; established. passed committee
SB1194 Produce safety; removes the sunset date. passed committee
SB1195 Motor vehicle insurance; underinsured motor vehicle. in committee
SB1196 Teachers and other licensed school board employees; cultural competency. passed committee
SB1197 Virginia housing opportunity; tax credit established. in committee
SB1198 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; license plate readers. in committee
SB1199 Conservation easements; construction. passed committee
SB1200 Waste disposal; local approval. in committee
SB1201 Public service corporations; amends definition of electric supplier. in committee
SB1202 Uninsured and underinsured motorist insurance policies; bad faith. passed senate
SB1203 Hate crimes; associational relationships, penalty. dead
SB1204 George Mason University; management agreement with the Commonwealth. in committee
SB1205 Career fatigue and wellness in certain health care providers; programs to address, civil immunity. passed committee
SB1206 Confidentiality of juvenile court records; exceptions. in committee
SB1207 Solar and energy storage projects; siting agreements throughout the Commonwealth. passed committee
SB1208 Continuity of government; extends period of time that locality may provide after disaster, etc. passed senate
SB1209 Subcontractor's employees; liability of general contractor for wages. in committee
SB1210 Environmental permit fees; Va. Waste Management Bd. to adopt regulations to collect. in committee
SB1211 Vehicle registration fees; imposes an additional fee to be deposited into Public Safety Trust Fund. passed senate
SB1212 New River Valley Passenger Rail Station Authority; creation of authority in Planning District 4. passed committee
SB1213 Restricted licenses; DMV authorized to issue. passed committee
SB1214 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority; repeals effective date for creation of Authority. passed committee
SB1215 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; tenant remedies for exclusion from dwelling unit. in committee
SB1216 Crewe, Town of; amending charter, changes to charter including town council, elections and powers. passed senate
SB1217 Secondary state highway system; taking certain private roads into the system. dead
SB1218 Naturopathic doctors; Board of Medicine to license and regulate. dead
SB1219 Paid family leave; SCC's Bureau of Insurance to review and make recommendations, report. passed senate
SB1220 State facilities; admission of certain aliens. passed committee
SB1221 Loudoun County; operation of local health department. passed committee
SB1222 Virginia Public Procurement Act; purchase of personal protective equipment. in committee
SB1223 Virginia Energy Plan; amends Plan to include an analysis of electric vehicle charging infrastructure in committee
SB1224 Uniform Statewide Building Code; amendments, energy efficiency and conservation. in committee
SB1225 Broadband services; school boards to appropriate funds for expansion of services for education. in subcommittee
SB1226 Compensation Board; determining staffing and salaries for an attorney for the Commonwealth. passed committee
SB1227 Hormonal contraceptives; payment of medical assistance for 12-month supply. passed committee
SB1228 Virginia Equal Pay Act; civil penalties. dead
SB1229 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Ducks Unlimited. passed committee
SB1230 Criminal cases; transfer to general district court. in committee
SB1231 General district courts; filing an order of disposition from a criminal case. in committee
SB1232 Conditional release of geriatric prisoners; exceptions. in committee
SB1233 Campaign contribution limits; contributions that exceed $20,000. dead
SB1234 Attorneys; granting certificates without examination. in committee
SB1235 Health, Department of; certain communication prohibited. in subcommittee
SB1236 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. dead
SB1237 Emergency and quarantine orders, certain; additional procedural requirements. in subcommittee
SB1238 School security officers; carrying of firearms by United States Armed Forces veterans. in committee
SB1239 Absentee voting; third-party absentee ballot assembly and distribution. passed committee
SB1240 Criminal sexual assault; penalty when committed by parents, etc., person is 13 yrs. of age, etc. in committee
SB1241 Personal injury claim; disclosure of insurance policy limits. passed senate
SB1242 Personal appearance by two-way electronic video and audio communication; entry of plea. passed committee
SB1243 Marijuana; legalization of cultivation, manufacture, sale, possession, and testing, penalties. incorporated
SB1244 Sexually violent predators; repeals sections authorizing civil commitment. in committee
SB1245 Absentee voting; establishment of drop-off locations, ballot defects, cure process. in committee
SB1246 Absentee voting; mandatory processing of returned absentee ballots before election day. in committee
SB1247 Electric utilities; closure of carbon-emitting generating units. in committee
SB1248 Juveniles; competency evaluation, receipt of court order. in committee
SB1249 Local planning commissions; review deadlines. in committee
SB1250 Firearm rentals; criminal history record information check required, penalty. in committee
SB1251 Virginia Retirement System; technical amendments. in committee
SB1252 Coal tax credits; sunset dates. in committee
SB1253 Access roads to economic development sites; criteria for use of funds. passed committee
SB1254 Sports betting; clarifies certain procedures. in committee
SB1255 SCC; issuance or renewal of insurance licenses or registrations during an emergency. passed senate
SB1256 Criminal Justice Services Board and Committee on Training; membership. passed committee
SB1257 Standards of Quality; work-based learning and principal mentorship, teacher leaders and mentors. in subcommittee
SB1258 Solar projects; erosion and sediment control. passed committee
SB1259 Virginia Highway Corporation Act; alteration of certificate of authority; powers and duties of SCC. in committee
SB1260 Transportation purposes; entry onto land for inspection. in committee
SB1261 Court of Appeals; expands jurisdiction, increases from 11 to 17 number of judges on Court. in committee
SB1262 Restricted permit; prepayment of fines and costs. in committee
SB1263 Bicycles; permits operators to treat a stop sign as a yield sign in certain situations. passed committee
SB1264 Emergency and preliminary protective orders; expungement of orders. in committee
SB1265 Natural gas pipelines; stop work orders. in committee
SB1266 Admission to bail; rebuttable presumptions against bail. in committee
SB1267 Covington, City of; amending charter, consolidated school division, salaries. in subcommittee
SB1268 Disposition of the remains of a decedent; persons to make arrangements for funeral. in committee
SB1269 Health insurance; authorization of drug prescribed for the treatment of a mental disorder. in committee
SB1270 Eminent domain; notice of intent to file certificate. passed senate
SB1271 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; meetings held through electronic communication means. passed committee
SB1272 Unrestorably incompetent defendant; disposition, capital murder charge, inpatient custody. in committee
SB1273 Behavioral Health Commission; created. in committee
SB1274 Wildlife corridors; various agencies to consider and incorporate. passed committee
SB1275 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. in committee
SB1276 Essential health benefits; abortion coverage. passed senate
SB1277 Motor Vehicles, Department of, and Supreme Court of Virginia; repeals reporting requirement. passed committee
SB1278 Charitable gaming; regulations of operators of Texas Hold'em poker games. in committee
SB1279 Veterans Services, Department of; initiatives to reduce unemployment among veterans. passed committee
SB1280 Dams; negotiated settlement agreements. passed committee
SB1281 General registrar; qualifications, residency. passed committee
SB1282 Greenhouse gas emissions inventory; regulations. in committee
SB1283 Criminal records, certain; establishes a process for the automatic expungement, report. in committee
SB1284 Commonwealth Clean Energy Policy; established. in committee
SB1285 Vacant buildings; registration. passed senate
SB1286 Income tax, state; rate increase, funding for schools and law-enforcement officer salaries. in committee
SB1287 Charitable Gaming Board; regulations, electronic pull tabs. in committee
SB1288 Special education; Department of and the Board of Education to develop new policies and procedures. in subcommittee
SB1289 Health insurance; carrier business practices, provider contracts. in committee
SB1290 ConserveVirginia program; established. passed committee
SB1291 Va. Water Protection Permit; withdrawal of surface water or ground water, plans for water auditing. passed committee
SB1292 Electric utilities; overearnings, customer bill credits. in committee
SB1293 Parole Board; monthly reports. incorporated
SB1294 Police and court records; fee for filing a petition for expungement. in committee
SB1295 Electric utilities; procurement of certain equipment. in committee
SB1296 Emergency Management Equity Working Group; established. passed committee
SB1297 Emergency order for adult protective services; acts of violence, etc., or financial exploitation. passed committee
SB1298 Tourism improvement districts; authorizes any locality to create. passed committee
SB1299 Alcoholic beverage control; sale and delivery of mixed beverages and pre-mixed wine. passed senate
SB1300 Inmates; Board of Local and Regional Jails to review services provided during pregnancy, etc. passed committee
SB1301 Correctional facilities; use of isolated confinement. in committee
SB1302 Crisis Call Center Fund; established, consistency with federal guidelines. passed committee
SB1303 Local school divisions; availability of in-person learning. in subcommittee
SB1304 Community services boards; discharge planning. in subcommittee
SB1305 Virginia Public Procurement Act; public works contracts, subcontractor workforce requirements. passed committee
SB1306 Assault and battery; penalty. in committee
SB1307 School-based health services; Bd. of MAS to amend state plan for services to provide for payment. in subcommittee
SB1308 Pedestrians; interference with traffic, penalty. dead
SB1309 Local stormwater assistance; flood mitigation and protection. passed senate
SB1310 Domestic service; Human Rights Act. in committee
SB1311 Water quality standards; modification of permits and certifications. in committee
SB1312 Virginia Spirits Promotion Fund; assessment on distillers. passed committee
SB1313 Children's Services Act; funds expended special education programs. passed committee
SB1314 Education and Labor Market Alignment, Office of; established. passed committee
SB1315 Criminal proceedings; consideration of mental condition & intellectual & developmental disabilities. in committee
SB1316 Child care providers; background check portability, subsidy pilot program, report. in subcommittee
SB1317 Local school boards; open enrollment policy required. in subcommittee
SB1318 Interagency Environmental Justice Working Group; established, report. passed committee
SB1319 Waste control and recycling; permits. in committee
SB1320 Licensed certified midwives; definition of practice, licensure, report. passed committee
SB1321 Confirmatory adoption; expands the stepparent adoption provisions. passed committee
SB1322 Public schools; seizure management and action plans, biennial training. passed committee
SB1323 Worker classification; qualification of independent contractors. in committee
SB1324 Actions against real estate appraisers or appraisal management companies; statute of limitations. passed committee
SB1325 Visitation; petition of grandparent. in committee
SB1326 Local cigarette taxes; regional cigarette tax boards. in committee
SB1327 Homeowners and tenants of manufactured home parks; housing protections, foreclosures, etc. in committee
SB1328 State-Funded Kinship Guardianship Assistance program; created. passed committee
SB1329 Summons; promises to appear after issuance. passed committee
SB1330 Paid family and medical leave program; Virginia Employment Commission to establish. dead
SB1331 Absentee voting; accessibility for voters with a visual impairment or print disability. in committee
SB1332 Law-enforcement officer; use of deadly force during an arrest or detention. dead
SB1333 Pharmaceutical processors; permits processors to produce & distribute cannabis products. in subcommittee
SB1334 Broadband capacity; expands existing pilot program, municipal broadband authorities. in committee
SB1335 Learner's permits; use of personal communications device. passed committee
SB1336 Restricted permits to operate a motor vehicle; ignition interlock systems. passed committee
SB1337 Golf carts and utility vehicles; operation of vehicles on public highways in County of Westmoreland. dead
SB1338 Telemedicine services; remote patient monitoring services. passed committee
SB1339 Police and court records; expungement and sealing of records, Expungement Fee Fund created. in committee
SB1340 Medical debt; statute of limitations to collect. in committee
SB1341 Health insurance; association health plan for real estate salespersons. in committee
SB1342 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for COVID-19. in committee
SB1343 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; proprietary records and trade secrets. passed committee
SB1344 Overdoses; arrest and prosecution when experiencing or reporting. dead
SB1345 Alcoholic beverage control; license applications, notice requirements. in committee
SB1346 Alcoholic beverage control; creates a mobile retailer license. in committee
SB1347 Motorcycles; authorizes the use of any color auxiliary lighting, other than blue. stricken
SB1348 Local advisory referenda; exception to rule that prohibits referendum from being placed on ballot. in committee
SB1349 Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; exemptions, etc. in committee
SB1350 Transportation funding; statewide prioritization process, resiliency. passed committee
SB1351 Workers' compensation; claims not barred. in committee
SB1352 Flood Control and Commonwealth Flood Control Board, Department of; established, report. in committee
SB1353 Income tax, corporate; combined reporting requirements. in committee
SB1354 Chesapeake Bay; wastewater treatment, Enhanced Nutrient Removal Certainty Program established. in committee
SB1355 Rapidan Service Authority; withdrawal of a member. passed committee
SB1356 Hospitals, nursing homes, etc.; visits by clergy. in subcommittee
SB1357 Local school divisions; core subject competency assessments. in subcommittee
SB1358 Employment health and safety standards; heat illness prevention. in committee
SB1359 Higher educational institutions, public; fees levied for collegiate athletics optional for students. dead
SB1360 Virginia Human Rights Act; nondiscrimination in employment, sexual harassment. in committee
SB1361 Law-enforcement civilian oversight bodies; person appointed shall be U.S. citizen, etc. dead
SB1362 Employers; reporting outbreaks of COVID-19. in subcommittee
SB1363 Local and Regional Jails, Board of; powers and duties. in committee
SB1364 Commonwealth Transit Ridership Fund; created. stricken
SB1365 Data Governance and Analytics, Office of; created. in committee
SB1366 Aging services; social need. passed committee
SB1367 Line of Duty Act; Virginia licensed health practitioners required to conduct medical reviews. passed committee
SB1368 Abuse and neglect of children; contact with other parent, penalty. dead
SB1369 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; redefines 'small business.' passed committee
SB1370 Parole statutes; application for juveniles and persons committed upon certain felony offenses. in committee
SB1371 Safe haven protections; newborn safety device. in committee
SB1372 Criminal records; establishes a process for automatic expungement for certain convictions, report. in committee
SB1373 Environmental permits; community and environmental justice outreach. in committee
SB1374 Carbon Sequestration Task Force; established. in committee
SB1375 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for COVID-19. in committee
SB1376 Absentee voting; processing of absentee ballots before election day. in committee
SB1377 Campaign finance; special report for large pre-legislative session contributions. in committee
SB1378 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders. in committee
SB1379 Humane Cosmetics Act; civil penalties. in subcommittee
SB1380 Electric utilities; electric school bus projects. in committee
SB1381 Weapons; possessing or transporting within Capitol Square, etc. in committee
SB1382 Firearms; purchase, etc., following conviction for assault and battery of a family member. in committee
SB1383 Criminal proceedings; consideration of mental condition and intellectual. in committee
SB1384 Virginia Public Procurement Act; local arbitration agreements. in committee
SB1385 Underground utility lines; Fairfax County. in committee
SB1386 Vehicle registration; enforcement of private tolls. stricken
SB1387 Students; eligibility for in-state tuition. passed committee
SB1388 Alcoholic beverage control; sale and delivery of mixed beverages and pre-mixed wine. incorporated
SB1389 Real property; required disclosures for buyer to exercise due diligence, flood risk report. in committee
SB1390 Cats; trap, neuter, and return programs, civil penalty. in subcommittee
SB1391 Pretrial data collection; VCSC to collect and disseminate on an annual basis. in committee
SB1392 Consumer Data Protection Act; establishes a framework for controlling and processing personal data. in committee
SB1393 Trees; replacement and conservation during development. in committee
SB1394 Income tax, state; an exclusion for Paycheck Protection Plan loan forgiveness. in committee
SB1395 Discrimination; prohibited in voting and elections administration, etc. in committee
SB1396 Onsite Sewage Indemnification Fund; use of Fund for grants to certain property owners. in committee
SB1397 Geriatric or terminally ill inmates; conditional release, notice to attorney for the Commonwealth. in committee
SB1398 Retail sales and transient occupancy taxes; room rentals. in committee
SB1399 Tourism Development Authority; name change. passed committee
SB1400 Tazewell County; quitclaim and conveyance of easement by Board of Wildlife Resources. in committee
SB1401 Standards of Learning; reduces total number & type of required assessments to minimum requirements. in subcommittee
SB1402 Trout fishing in stocked waters; equalizes for residents and nonresidents requirements to fish. passed committee
SB1403 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for personal protective equipment. in committee
SB1404 Stormwater Local Assistance Fund; grants awarded for projects related to Chesapeake Bay. in committee
SB1405 Get Skilled, Get a Job, Give Back (G3) Fund and Program; established. passed committee
SB1406 Marijuana; legalization of simple possession, penalties. passed committee
SB1407 Electronic gaming devices; regulation, penalties. in committee
SB1408 Health Care, Joint Commission on; repeals sunset provision. passed committee
SB1409 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as fingerprint examiners. in committee
SB1410 Active military or a military spouse; prohibits discrimination in public accommodations, etc. in committee
SB1411 Peanuts; extends sunset date of excise tax on all peanuts grown in Virginia. in committee
SB1412 Pet shops, dealers, and dog breeders; employees convicted of animal abuse, penalty. in subcommittee
SB1413 Phase I or Phase II electric utilities; provision of broadband capacity. in committee
SB1414 Henrietta Lacks Commission; extends sunset provision. passed committee
SB1415 Protective orders; violations of preliminary child protective order, changes punishment, etc. in committee
SB1416 DMAS; remote patient monitoring, rural and underserved populations. incorporated
SB1417 Animal testing facilities; adoption of dogs and cats, civil penalty. in subcommittee
SB1418 Grants by the Commonwealth; certification of employment, waiver or reduction of capital investment. in committee
SB1419 Project labor agreements; public interest. passed committee
SB1420 Electric utilities; nonjurisdictional customers, third party power purchase agreements. in committee
SB1421 Brain injury; clarifies definition. passed committee
SB1422 Voter registration; list of decedent transmitted by St. Reg. of Vital Records to Dept. of Elections. in committee
SB1423 Data centers; sales and use tax exemption. in committee
SB1424 Funeral service establishments; defines 'manager of record.' in committee
SB1425 Data centers; expands sales and use tax exemption, report. in committee
SB1426 Orders of restitution; docketed on behalf of victim, enforcement. in committee
SB1427 Coordinated Specialty Care Program Advisory Board; established. passed committee
SB1428 Alcoholic beverage control; operation of government stores, sale of low alcohol beverage coolers. in committee
SB1429 Southwestern Va. Mental Health Institute; Governor to lease a portion of property to Smyth County. in committee
SB1430 Firearms; criminal history record information check required to sell. in committee
SB1431 Unrestorably incompetent defendant; competency report. in committee
SB1432 Electoral college; revises process for allocation of electoral votes. in committee
SB1433 Public education; voucher program, policies and procedures, etc. in committee
SB1434 Public schools; mandatory virtual learning, provision of required technology and Internet service. in committee
SB1435 Estate planning documents; electronic execution, codifies Uniform Electronic Wills Act. in committee
SB1436 Eligible Health Care Provider Reserve Directory; established. in subcommittee
SB1437 Summons; promises to appear after the issuance. in committee
SB1438 Combined transient occupancy and food and beverage tax; technical amendments. in committee
SB1439 Students; guidelines on excused student absences, civic or political engagement. in subcommittee
SB1440 Law-enforcement officer, etc.; civil action for unlawful acts of force or failure to intervene. in committee
SB1441 Commissioner of accounts; prohibits appointment of General Assembly members. in committee
SB1442 Public defender office; establishes an office for the County of Chesterfield. in committee
SB1443 Mandatory minimum sentences; elimination, modification of sentence to mandatory minimum term. in committee
SB1444 Campaign contributions; filing of finance reports. in committee
SB1445 COVID-19; facilitates vaccine administration. passed senate
SB1446 Medicine and other healing arts; practice, provision of litigation assistance. passed committee
SB1447 Buckingham County; fees for disposal of solid waste. in committee
SB1448 Income tax, state; subtraction for military retirement income and survivor benefits. in committee
SB1449 COVID-19 immunization; prohibition on requirement, employment discrimination prohibited. in committee
SB1450 COVID-19 vaccination; discrimination in employment prohibited. in committee
SB1451 COVID-19 vaccine; access to state and local public property by persons who choose not to receive. in committee
SB1452 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of the Southwest Regional Recreation Authority. in committee
SB1453 Mines and Mining and Virginia Energy Plan; revision of Titles 45.1 and 67. in committee
SB1454 Evidence of mental competence; medical scans of brain. in committee
SB1455 Absentee ballots; witness requirement, printed name and residence address. in committee
SB1456 Juveniles; eligibility for commitment to the Department of Juvenile Justice. in committee
SB1457 Historic sites; urban county executive form of gov't. (Fairfax County), provisions in its ordinance. in committee
SB1458 Identity Management Standards Advisory Council; transfers management of Council. in committee
SB1459 Elections; voter identification & absentee voting process for applying for absentee ballots. in committee
SB1460 Deer hunting; authorizes the use of a .223 caliber centerfire rifle. in committee
SB1461 Bribery in correctional facilities; penalty. in committee
SB1462 Virginia Digital Equity Pilot Program and Fund; established, report, sunset date. in committee
SB1463 Covenants regarding solar power; planned unit developments. in committee
SB1464 Drug Control Act; adds certain chemicals to Schedule I of Act. in subcommittee
SB1465 Illegal gambling; skill games; civil penalty; enforcement by localities and Attorney General. introduced
SB1466 Local control of firearms; concealed handgun permit. introduced
SB1467 Menhaden fishing in territorial waters prohibited. introduced
SB1468 Certifications for victims of qualifying criminal activity. introduced
SB1469 Opioid Abatement Authority; established, report. introduced
SB1470 Vehicle registration; special communication needs indicator. introduced
SB1471 Alcoholic beverage control; local outdoor refreshment areas. introduced
SB1472 DMAS; work group to study options for increasing access to virtual supports and services. introduced
SB1473 Health Insurance Reform Commission; mandated health insurance benefit or provider. introduced
SB1474 Nonrepairable and rebuilt vehicles. introduced
SB1475 Execution of search warrants. introduced
SJ2 Constitutional amendment; personal reproductive liberty (first reference). dead
SJ3 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). dead
SJ6 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office, succession of terms (first reference). dead
SJ7 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). dead
SJ8 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote. dead
SJ11 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of Governor and Lieutenant Governor. dead
SJ14 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters, restoration of civil rights (first reference). dead
SJ16 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly, term limits. dead
SJ19 Constitutional amendment; political reform (first reference). dead
SJ25 Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine; VPSI & SU to study. dead
SJ39 Justice system; Virginia State Crime Commission to study effect of abolishing jury sentencing. dead
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
SJ63 Constitutional amendment; uniform schedule of elections (first reference). dead
SJ75 Constitutional amendment; public schools in the Commonwealth. dead
SJ270 Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference). in committee
SJ271 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference). in committee
SJ272 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote (first reference). in committee
SJ273 Celebrating the life of Bruce Winston Edwards. passed house
SJ274 Constitutional amendment; limits immunity of legislators (first reference). in committee
SJ275 Constitutional amendment; public schools in the Commonwealth (first reference). in committee
SJ276 Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month; designating as September 2021 and each succeeding year thereafter. passed committee
SJ277 Commending Marymount University. passed house
SJ278 Commending the Honorable Bruce D. White. passed house
SJ279 Commending the Honorable Steven Selwyn Smith. passed house
SJ280 Commending the Honorable Kimberly J. Daniel. passed house
SJ281 Commending the Honorable Janine M. Saxe. passed house
SJ282 Commending the Crater Planning District Commission. passed house
SJ283 Celebrating the life of Marisa L. Fleck. passed house
SJ284 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Augustus Benton Chafin, Jr. passed house
SJ285 Barrier Crimes and Criminal History Records Checks, Joint Subcommittee Studying; continued. passed committee
SJ286 Emergency Management Professionals Week; designating third week in March, in 2021 & each succeeding. passed committee
SJ287 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Bernard S. Cohen. passed house
SJ288 National Statuary Hall Collection at the United States Capitol; Barbara Rose Johns. in committee
SJ289 Constitutional amendment; authority to grant perpetual easements to units of government. in committee
SJ290 Constitutional amendment; legislative compensation, Legislative Compensation Commission established. in committee
SJ291 Washington, Booker T.; establishes commemorative commission to honor w/statue in State Capitol. in committee
SJ292 Women's Suffrage Month; designating as August 2020 and each succeeding year thereafter. passed committee
SJ293 Assisted living and auxiliary grants; Joint Commission on Health Care to study available data. in committee
SJ294 JLARC; costs of education, report. passed committee
SJ295 Commending Spotsylvania County. passed senate
SJ296 Commending Barry M. Barnard. passed senate
SJ297 Constitutional amendment; authority of Gen. Assembly to tax exempt property for certain veterans. in committee
SJ298 Governor; confirming appointments. passed committee
SJ299 Governor; confirming appointments. passed committee
SJ300 Governor; confirming appointments. passed committee
SJ301 Governor; confirming appointments. passed committee
SJ302 Governor; confirming appointments. passed committee
SJ303 Governor; confirming appointments. passed committee
SJ304 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Mamye E. BaCote. passed senate
SJ305 Celebrating the life of Billy Joe Roberts. introduced
SJ306 Commending Moneta Elementary School. passed senate
SJ307 Commending Pete's Pizza. passed senate
SJ308 COVID-19; JLARC to study the impact on Virginia's public schools, students, and school employees. passed committee
SJ309 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly, term limits (first reference). in committee
SJ310 Constitutional amendment; length of regular sessions convened in odd-numbered years. in committee
SJ311 Celebrating the life of Robert Edward Mann. passed senate
SJ312 Commending O. R. Singleton, Jr. passed senate
SJ313 Commending Virginia's Crossroads. passed senate
SJ314 Commending the Virginia Chapter of American Promise and Take Back Our Republic. passed senate
SJ315 Celebrating the life of Theodore Carter DeLaney, Jr. passed senate
SJ316 Celebrating the life of Edith Luke Martin. introduced
SJ317 Celebrating the life of Walter Lowrie Martin III. introduced
SJ318 Celebrating the life of Stephen Teel Goodwin. passed senate
SJ319 Celebrating the life of Michael Stephen Horwatt. introduced
SJ320 Celebrating the life of Dr. John E. Thomasson. introduced
SJ321 Commending Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts. introduced
SJ322 Study; Secretary of Administration; State Board of Elections; electronic return of voted ballots. introduced
SJ323 Liberty Amendments Month; designating June 19 thru 3rd Monday in July, 2021 & each succeeding year. introduced
SJ324 Celebrating the life of Edward S. Garcia. introduced
SJ325 Commending Harold J. Roesch II. introduced
SJ326 Celebrating the life of David Anthony Rice. introduced
SJ327 Governor; confirming appointments. introduced
SJ328 Celebrating the life of Roger Hamilton Brown. introduced
SJ329 Celebrating the life of Joseph Richard Stowers. introduced
SR84 Celebrating the life of William C. Washington. passed senate
SR85 Celebrating the life of Jeffrey Peter Powell, M.D. passed senate
SR86 Celebrating the life of Dora McGlone Harris. passed senate
SR87 Celebrating the life of Ruth Ann Whitby Greene. passed senate
SR88 Celebrating the life of Robert Gene LeRosen. passed senate
SR89 Commending Tressie McMillan Cottom. passed senate
SR90 Senate; 2021 operating resolution. passed senate
SR91 Senator Amanda F. Chase; expresses the censure of the Senate of Virginia. passed committee
SR92 Celebrating the life of Luther Hilton Foster. passed senate
SR93 Senate of Virginia; confirming appointment to Auditor of Public Accounts. in committee
SR94 Celebrating the life of Madison Boyd, Jr. introduced
SR95 Commemorative commission; Old Senate Chamber; statue of Booker T. Washington. introduced
SR96 Commending Elizabeth Stamoulis Via-Gossman. introduced
SR97 Celebrating the life of Gloria Mae Benton Walker. introduced
SR98 Celebrating the life of Mary Holley. introduced