2022 Bills

2,145 bills found.

# Title Status
HB1 South Hill, Town of; amending charter, reflects shift from May to November municipal elections. in subcommittee
HB2 Victoria,Town of; amending charter, reflects shift from May to November municipal elections. in subcommittee
HB3 Gold, silver, and platinum bullion, etc.; removes sunset date for the sales tax exemption. passed committee
HB4 School principals; incident reports. in committee
HB5 Flood Relief Fund; established. in committee
HB6 American Revolution 250 Commission; adds four legislative members to the Commission. in committee
HB7 Transient occupancy tax; supporting documentation. in committee
HB8 School security officers; scope of employment, hiring certain veterans. passed committee
HB9 Public school teachers; probationary term of service, grounds for dismissal, and dismissal hearings. passed committee
HB10 Resident concealed handgun permits; fees. introduced
HB11 Concealed handgun permits; penalties. introduced
HB12 Public school buildings; limits entry points, screening individuals. in subcommittee
HB13 Libraries; assessment for costs in civil actions, disbursement for law libraries. in committee
HB14 Handguns; limitation on purchases. introduced
HB15 Elections administration; requests made pursuant to the FOIA, deferment of response. in committee
HB16 Abuse and neglect of a child; safe haven defense. in committee
HB17 Military honor guards and veterans service organizations; paramilitary activities, exception. passed subcommittee
HB18 School boards; appointed members, salaries. in committee
HB19 Virginia Public Procurement Act; public higher educational institutions, disclosure by offerors. in subcommittee
HB20 Alcoholic beverage control; tax allocation for funding the Virginia Spirits Promotion Fund. in subcommittee
HB21 Public auction of personal property to satisfy lien; advertisement requirement, website. in subcommittee
HB22 Medical mandates; each adult has a fundamental right to be free from mandates. in committee
HB23 Dangerous weapons; carrying to place of religious worship. in committee
HB24 Voter identification; identification containing a photograph required. in committee
HB25 Earned sentence credits; possession of child pornography. in committee
HB26 Firearms; control by localities of possession or carrying. in committee
HB27 COVID-19 vaccination status; mandatory COVID-19 vaccination prohibited, discrimination prohibited. introduced
HB28 Maury River; extends portion previously designated as scenic river by an additional 23.2 miles. passed committee
HB29 Budget Bill. in committee
HB30 Budget Bill. in committee
HB31 U.S. Route 60; Department of Transportation to propose a plan to renumber and reroute. in subcommittee
HB32 Bath County; fee for solid waste disposal. in subcommittee
HB33 Permanent farm use placard; an owner or lessee of vehicle claiming farm use exemption to obtain. in subcommittee
HB34 Absentee voting; return of absentee ballots, drop-off locations. in committee
HB35 Absentee voting; excuse required to vote absentee by mail, etc. in committee
HB36 Absentee voting; permanent absentee voter list repealed. in committee
HB37 School boards; employment of at least one school resource officer in public middle and high school. in committee
HB38 Constitutional officers; appointed deputies, dual office holding. in subcommittee
HB39 Absentee voting in person; available beginning on the fourteenth day prior to election. in committee
HB40 Disabled veteran special license plate; transferral to surviving spouse. in subcommittee
HB41 Early childhood care and education; publicly funded providers, assessment of children. in subcommittee
HB42 Improper driving; person may be charged with offense when conduct constitutes reckless driving. in committee
HB43 Retail marijuana stores; requirement for local referendum. in committee
HB44 Life insurance; decreases the minimum nonforfeiture amount interest rate. passed committee
HB45 Health carriers; licensed athletic trainers. in subcommittee
HB46 Voter identification; identification containing a photograph required. in committee
HB47 Suspended sentence or probation; violation of the terms and conditions, technical violations. in committee
HB48 Local advisory referenda; exception to rule that prohibits referendum from being placed on ballot. in committee
HB49 James River; designates an additional 44-mile portion as a component of Va. Scenic Rivers System. in committee
HB50 Safe haven protections; newborn safety device at hospitals for reception of children. in committee
HB51 Damage to motor vehicles; penalties. in committee
HB52 Tazewell, Town of; amending charter, increases term length for members of board of zoning appeals. in subcommittee
HB53 Animal care; zoos and petting zoos, seizure of animals. in committee
HB54 Absentee voting; ballots to be sorted and results to be reported by precinct. in committee
HB55 Voter registration; list of decedent transmitted by St. Reg. of Vital Records to Dept. of Elections. in committee
HB56 Virginia Retirement System; enhanced retirement benefits for juvenile detention specialists. in subcommittee
HB57 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders. introduced
HB58 Local government; prohibits certain practices that would require contractors to provide benefits. passed subcommittee
HB59 School principals; incident reports. in committee
HB60 Economic development authority; Town of Louisa may appoint from 5 to 7 members to serve. in subcommittee
HB61 Overtime pay requirements; volunteers. in committee
HB62 Insurance; obsolete provisions and notice. passed committee
HB63 Sales and use tax, local; additional tax in Prince Edward County to support construction of schools. in subcommittee
HB64 Hunting on Sunday; wildlife management areas. dead
HB65 Live nutria; prohibition against sale, etc., does not apply to Dept. of Wildlife Resources, etc. passed committee
HB66 Secondary roads; use of certain utility vehicles. in subcommittee
HB67 Projecting vehicle loads; flagging. passed subcommittee
HB68 Voter registration; presumption of domicile, members of a uniformed service and others. in committee
HB69 Best interests of the child; assuring frequent and continuing contact with both parents. in committee
HB70 Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; minimum rights. in committee
HB71 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates, Phase I Utility and Phase II Utility. in committee
HB72 Marijuana cultivation facility licenses; prohibition on sale of plants and seeds. in committee
HB73 Electric utilities; definitions, aggregate capacity requirements for renewable energy facilities. in committee
HB74 Va. Clean Economy Act; non-bypassable charges, energy-intensive trade-exposed (EITE) industries in committee
HB75 Localities; restricts authority to impose transient occupancy tax at rate that exceeds five percent. in committee
HB76 Absentee voting; reimbursement of costs to counties and cities for cost of conducting. in committee
HB77 Illegal gambling; exceptions, internet poker conducted in a private residence. in committee
HB78 Automatic renewal or continuous service offer to consumer; cancellation and online opt-out. in subcommittee
HB79 Marijuana and certain traffic offenses; issuing citations. in committee
HB80 Healthcare Regulatory Sandbox Program; established, report, sunset date. in subcommittee
HB81 Statewide Telehealth Plan; Bd. of Health to consult various groups in developing and maintaining. in committee
HB82 Insurance holding company systems; group capital calculation and liquidity stress test. passed committee
HB83 St. Charles, Town of; termination of township. in subcommittee
HB84 Out-of-state audiologists; providing free health care to an underserved area in the Commonwealth. in committee
HB85 Campaign finance; contribution limits, penalty. introduced
HB86 Campaign finance; disclosure reports, searchable electronic database. in committee
HB87 Virginia Pandemic Response and Preparedness Council; established, report, sunset date. in committee
HB88 Golf carts and utility vehicles; Town of Ivor authorized to allow operation on highways. in subcommittee
HB89 Disorderly conduct in public places; removes provision relating to elementary & secondary students. in subcommittee
HB90 Sales tax; exemption for food purchased for human consumption & essential personal hygiene products. in committee
HB91 Certificate of Birth Resulting in Stillbirth; removes fee to cover administrative cost, etc. in subcommittee
HB92 Health care providers; amends definition to include home care organizations and hospice. in subcommittee
HB93 Home care organizations; changes the license renewal requirement. in committee
HB94 Public Guardianship and Conservator Ombudsman Office; established. in subcommittee
HB95 Adult protective services investigations; financial institutions to furnish records and information. in committee
HB96 Public guardian and conservator program; decennial review of staff-to-client ratios, report. in subcommittee
HB97 Nursing homes; regulations, electronic monitoring. in committee
HB98 Adult protective services; central registry. in subcommittee
HB99 Continuing education; approved courses for funeral service licensees, funeral directors, etc. in subcommittee
HB100 Parents of stillborn child; establishes a refundable income tax credit. in subcommittee
HB101 Group health benefit plans; sponsoring associations, formation of benefits consortium. in committee
HB102 Prescriptions; off-label use. in subcommittee
HB103 Income tax, state; deduction for eligible educators. in subcommittee
HB104 Judicial emergency; administrative delays, prosecution of felony due to lapse of time. in committee
HB105 Catawba Hospital; DBHDS to study feasibility of transforming into subst. abuse/mental health trtmt. in committee
HB106 Income tax, state; rolling conformity, report. in committee
HB107 Larceny and certain property crimes; penalties. in committee
HB108 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses, penalties. in committee
HB109 Search warrants; removes certain provisions in regard to execution of warrants. in committee
HB110 Law-enforcement civilian oversight bodies; removes the authority of a locality to establish. in committee
HB111 Hunting on Sunday; wildlife management areas. in committee
HB112 Commercial mobile radio and cellular telephone service providers; Lifeline service. in committee
HB113 Public school buses; displaying decals with 'In God We Trust' and 'One Nation Under God' on buses. in committee
HB114 Volunteer firefighters and emergency personnel; special lifetime hunting and fishing licenses. in committee
HB115 Disabled veterans; special hunting and fishing license. in committee
HB116 Pulaski, Town of; regional criminal justice academy. in subcommittee
HB117 Attorneys; examinations and issuance of licenses, requirements. in committee
HB118 Electric utilities; regulation, development of renewable energy facilities. in committee
HB119 Public-Private Competition Act; created, repeals Competitive Government Act, etc. in committee
HB120 Disabled veterans, certain; special hunting and fishing licenses. in committee
HB121 Elections; voter identification containing photograph required, etc. in committee
HB122 Issuing citations; certain traffic offenses, exclusion of evidence. in committee
HB123 Firefighting, emerg. medical services, or law-enforcement equipment & vehicles; destroying, penalty. in subcommittee
HB124 Hunting deer; authorizes use of .22 caliber rifle. in committee
HB125 Elections; political campaign advertisements, illegal negative ads, civil penalties. in committee
HB126 Health insurance; proton radiation therapy coverage. in committee
HB127 Academic year Governor's Schools; certain practices prohibited and permitted. in subcommittee
HB128 Virginia Diverse Educator Scholarship Fund and Program; created and established. in subcommittee
HB129 Elections; primaries for local offices, ranked choice voting, conduct of election. in committee
HB130 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote (voter referendum). in committee
HB131 Virginia Retirement System; enhanced retirement benefits for 911 dispatchers. in subcommittee
HB132 Disabled Veteran's Passport; expands program to all veterans with service-connected disability. in committee
HB133 Firearms or other weapons; possession on school property. in committee
HB134 Involuntary commitment; release of person before expiration of order. in committee
HB135 Emergency custody and temporary detention; transportation of person when transfer of custody. in committee
HB136 Wrongful death; death of parent or guardian of a child resulting from driving under the influence. in committee
HB137 Capital Region Airport Commission; authorized to make charitable donations to organizations, etc. in committee
HB138 Central Virginia Transportation Authority; membership. in subcommittee
HB139 Slavery & Subsqt. De Jure & De Facto Racial & Econ. Discrimination Against African Americans; study. in committee
HB140 Historical African American cemeteries; changes date of establishment for qualification of funds. in committee
HB141 Virginia Black, Indigenous, and People of Color Historic Preservation Fund; created. in committee
HB142 Transit Ridership Incentive Program; amount of funds to be used to establish programs. in subcommittee
HB143 Heavy Equipment Dealer Act; agreements and exclusivity. in subcommittee
HB144 Charitable gaming; clarifies definition of organization. in committee
HB145 Physician assistants; practice. in subcommittee
HB146 Insurance; examinations, health care provider panels. in subcommittee
HB147 Local correctional facilities and lock-ups; minimum standards. in committee
HB148 Certified pollution control equipment; certification by subdivisions. in subcommittee
HB149 Absentee ballots; witness requirement, printed name and residence address. in committee
HB150 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; local public bodies to post meeting minutes on its website. in committee
HB151 Emergency laws; limits powers and duties of Governor, executive orders. in committee
HB152 Sales and use tax; exemption for portion of payment card processing fees. in committee
HB153 Unemployment/workers compensation; testing for the use of nonprescribed controlled substances. in subcommittee
HB154 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; public records database. in committee
HB155 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; business permitting program, etc. in subcommittee
HB156 Health, Department of; certain communication prohibited. in committee
HB157 Public health emergency; emergency orders and regulations, limitations. in committee
HB158 Governor; powers, limited duration of rules, regulations, and orders. in committee
HB159 Emergency custody and temporary detention orders; transportation of minor, acceptance of custody. in committee
HB160 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; landlord obligations, tenant safety. in subcommittee
HB161 Grottoes, Town of; new charter, previous charter repealed. in subcommittee
HB162 Virginia Retirement System; enhanced retirement benefits for animal control officers. in subcommittee
HB163 Emergency custody and temporary detention; governing transportation & custody of minors and adults. in committee
HB164 Colonial Beach, Town of; amending charter, appointment of chief of police. in subcommittee
HB165 Commonwealth of Virginia Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2022; created. in subcommittee
HB166 Capital outlay plan; repeals existing six-year capital outlay for projects to be funded. in subcommittee
HB167 Localities; publication of notice in newspaper. in subcommittee
HB168 License plates, special; issuance to members of United States Air Force. in committee
HB169 Property insurance; invoices to list address of insured property or property interest. in subcommittee
HB170 Correctional facilities; work release programs. in subcommittee
HB171 Minimum wage; removes certain provisions relating to increasing state wage. in subcommittee
HB172 Solar projects and energy storage projects; siting agreements with host localities. in committee
HB173 Martinsville, City of; approval of voters before city can revert to town status. in subcommittee
HB174 Campaign finance; out-of-district contribution limits, civil penalty. in committee
HB175 Absentee voting; annual absentee voter list, removal of permanent list, applications for ballots. in committee
HB176 Cannabis control; vertical integration, social equity. in committee
HB177 Absentee voting; removes witness requirement for absentee ballots. in committee
HB178 Absentee voting in person; available beginning on the fourteenth day prior to election. in committee
HB179 Permanent farm use placard; an owner or lessee to obtain for vehicle from DMV. in subcommittee
HB180 Forest Sustainability Fund; created. in subcommittee
HB181 Criminal records; sealing of records. in committee
HB182 Investor-owned water and water and sewer utilities; ratemaking proceedings. in subcommittee
HB183 Governor; powers and duties, limitation on duration of executive orders. in committee
HB184 Virginia Stormwater Management Programs; regional industrial facility authorities. in committee
HB185 Voter registration; registration permitted up to and including the day of the election. in committee
HB186 Nitrile Glove Manufacturing Training Grant Program; established. in subcommittee
HB187 Voter registration; registration permitted up to and including the day of the election. in committee
HB188 Dangerous weapons; carrying to place of religious worship. in committee
HB189 Aquaculture; right to use and occupy the ground for the terms of a lease in Chesapeake Bay waters. in committee
HB190 Charter; Town of Urbanna. in subcommittee
HB191 Health Workforce Development; creates position of Special Advisor to the Governor. in committee
HB192 Opioids; repeals sunset provisions relating to prescriber requesting information about a patient. in committee
HB193 Drug Control Act; adds certain chemicals to Schedule I of Act. in committee
HB194 Electric cooperatives; rate adjustment clause, provision of broadband. in committee
HB195 Polling places; location requirements, waiver in certain circumstances. in committee
HB196 Absentee voting; permanent absentee voter list repealed. in committee
HB197 Public elementary and middle schools; student growth assessments, alternatives. in subcommittee
HB198 Absentee voting; permanent absentee voter list, annual notice required, reasons for removal. in committee
HB199 Land preservation program; special assessment. passed committee
HB200 Real property; tax exemption shall include property of certain single member ltd. liability company, passed committee
HB201 In-person instruction; education vouchers, etc. in committee
HB202 Solar facilities; permit by rule. in committee
HB203 Financial institutions; qualified education loan servicers, definition. in committee
HB204 Firearms; sale and transfer, criminal history record information check delay. in committee
HB205 Election officials, state and local; acceptance of certain gifts and funding prohibited. in committee
HB206 Small renewable energy projects; impact on natural resources. in committee
HB207 Occupation; evaluation of legislation increasing/beginning regulation, com. chairman request. in committee
HB208 Regulatory Innovation, Department of and Virginia Regulatory Sandbox Program; created, report. in subcommittee
HB209 Credit unions; activity authorized for a federally chartered credit union. in committee
HB210 Va. National Guard; funding for active members, recruitment. in subcommittee
HB211 Cannabis products; retail sale by certain pharmaceutical processors. in committee
HB212 Abortion; right to informed consent. in committee
HB213 Optometrists; allowed to perform laser surgery if certified by Board of Optometry. in subcommittee
HB214 Redevelopment and housing authorities; naming convention. in subcommittee
HB215 School Health Advisory Board; established, report. in subcommittee
HB216 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; definition of gift, certain tickets, etc. in committee
HB217 Stem Education Advisory Board; required to review federal occupational categories. in committee
HB218 Clarksville, Town of; amending charter, municipal elections. in subcommittee
HB219 Kenbridge, Town of; amending charter, municipal elections. in subcommittee
HB220 Blackstone, Town of; amending charter, elections. in subcommittee
HB221 STEM+C; included in Standards of Learning. in committee
HB222 Taxes; installment agreements for payment. in subcommittee
HB223 Insurance; locality may provide for employees of certain public school foundations. in committee
HB224 Income tax, corporate; filing status for tax returns of affiliated corporations. in subcommittee
HB225 Health insurance; definition of autism spectrum disorder. in committee
HB226 Taxes, appeal of local assessments. in subcommittee
HB227 Debt collection; fees. in subcommittee
HB228 Juvenile boot camps; eliminates authority of the Department of Juvenile Justice to establish. in subcommittee
HB229 VDH; directed to collect and analyze information regarding social determinants of health. in committee
HB230 Teachers; licensure by reciprocity for military spouses, timeline for determination. passed subcommittee
HB231 Military personnel; increases days for leaves of absence. in committee
HB232 Medicaid Fraud Control Unit; recovery of fraudulent payments, report. in committee
HB233 Income tax, state; increases subtraction for National Guard. in committee
HB234 Nursing homes, assisted living facilities, etc.; SHHR to study consolidating oversight/regulation. in subcommittee
HB235 Rehabilitation hospitals; arrangements for follow-up care. in subcommittee
HB236 Teachers' licenses, certain; Board of Education permitted to temporarily extend. in subcommittee
HB237 Health insurance; short-term limited-duration medical plans. in committee
HB238 Land use assessment; forms used for revalidation of applications shall be prepared by TAX. in subcommittee
HB239 Housing and Supportive Services ILT initiative; housing and services for older citizens. in subcommittee
HB240 State health plan; insulin discount program, cost sharing for insulin. in committee
HB241 Medical assistance services; durable medical equipment, complex rehabilitative technology. in subcommittee
HB242 Professional counselors, licensed; added to list of providers who can disclose or recommend records. in subcommittee
HB243 Medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, and podiatric medicine; requirements for practitioners. in committee
HB244 Regulatory Budget Program; DPB to establish a continuous Program, report. in subcommittee
HB245 Group health benefit plans; sponsoring associations, formation of benefits consortium. in committee
HB246 School attendance; 4-H educational programs and activities. in subcommittee
HB247 Grand larceny and certain property crimes; decreases threshold amount, penalty. in committee
HB248 Health care data report; carriers, civil penalty. in subcommittee
HB249 Virginia Telecommunications Initiative; eligibility. in committee
HB250 Mining and processing of certain minerals and elements; work group to study. in committee
HB251 School boards and local governing bodies; unexpended local funds, etc. in subcommittee
HB252 School division maintenance reserve tool; Department of Education to develop or adopt and maintain. in subcommittee
HB253 Literary Fund; open application process for loans, maximum loan amounts, etc. in committee
HB254 School Construction Fund and Program; created and established. in subcommittee
HB255 Dogs and cats; procurement for research. in committee
HB256 New Economy Workforce Credential Grant Program; eligible institutions, contracts. in subcommittee
HB257 Human trafficking; VSCC to convene a work group to create a common definition. in committee
HB258 Hotels; human trafficking training. in subcommittee
HB259 Motor vehicle dealers and manufacturers; compensation for recall, warranty, and maintenance. in subcommittee
HB260 Human Trafficking Victim Support Certification Program; victim support certificate. in committee
HB261 Speed limits; local authority. in subcommittee
HB262 Agribusiness; includes farmers markets and roadside farm markets. in committee
HB263 Banks; virtual currency custody services. in subcommittee
HB264 Public health emergency; out-of-state licensees, deemed licensure. in subcommittee
HB265 Multi-jurisdiction grand jury; investigation of elder abuse crimes. passed subcommittee
HB266 Electric cooperatives; net energy metering, power purchase agreements, etc. in committee
HB267 Taxes, local; surplus revenues. in subcommittee
HB268 Credit unions; priority of shares. in committee
HB269 Income tax, state; extends sunset provision for major business facility job tax credit. passed committee
HB270 Va. Employment Commission; administrative reforms, reporting requirements, electronic submissions. in committee
HB271 School bds. & comprehensive community colleges, local; compensation structure for adjunct professor. passed subcommittee
HB272 Local land use approvals; extension of approvals to address the COVID-19 pandemic. in subcommittee
HB273 Income tax, state; subtractions and deductions related to Paycheck Protection Program loans. in committee
HB274 Sales and transient occupancy taxes; broadens definition of accommodations intermediaries. in committee
HB275 Secondary street acceptance; Commonwealth Transportation Board regulations. in subcommittee
HB276 Wetland and stream mitigation banks; use of credits from secondary service area. in committee
HB277 Recovery residences; disclosure to potential residents that residence is certified. in subcommittee
HB278 Community health assessments and community health improvement plans; impact on health of residents. in committee
HB279 Criminal records; sealing of records by petition, criteria. in committee
HB280 Marijuana-related offenses; modification of sentence. in committee
HB281 Real property; title insurance and duty to disclose ownership interest and lis pendens. in committee
HB282 Criminal records; effect of criminal convictions on licensure, data to be included in report. in committee
HB283 Human trafficking; training for law-enforcement personnel. in subcommittee
HB284 Real Estate Appraiser Board; continuing education to include fair housing courses. in subcommittee
HB285 Clinical nurse specialist; practice agreements. in subcommittee
HB286 Nurse practitioners; declaration of death and cause of death. in subcommittee
HB287 Cannabis; replaces the term 'marijuana' throughout the Cannabis Control Act. in committee
HB288 Carrying a concealed handgun; permit not required. in committee
HB289 Income tax, state; indexing brackets and exemptions. in subcommittee
HB290 Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for employers of National Guard members. in committee
HB291 Income tax, state; creates a nonrefundable tax credit for family caregivers. in subcommittee
HB292 Concealed handgun permits; demonstration of competence. in committee
HB293 Education Savings Account Program; established. in committee
HB294 Education improvement scholarship tax credit; eligible students in need of safer school environment. in subcommittee
HB295 Income tax, corporate; reduces tax from its current rate. in subcommittee
HB296 Minimum wage; removes certain provisions relating to increasing state wage. in subcommittee
HB297 Regional fuels tax; suspends the imposition of any tax. in committee
HB298 Land bank ordinances; disposition. in subcommittee
HB299 Handguns; limitation on purchases. in committee
HB300 Alcoholic beverage control; distiller licenses to allow Internet orders and shipments. in committee
HB301 Virginia Cannabis Control Authority; membership criteria for Board members, allocation of revenues. in committee
HB302 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders. in committee
HB303 Daylight saving time; exempts Virginia from observing. in subcommittee
HB304 Abortion; born alive human infant, treatment and care, penalty. in committee
HB305 Virginia Personnel Act; policy or administration for Department of Elections. in committee
HB306 Immunizations; authority of the Commissioner of Health, religious exception. in committee
HB307 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; estimated charges for records. in committee
HB308 School principals; incident reports. in committee
HB309 Limited liability companies; prepayment of annual registration fees. in subcommittee
HB310 Absentee voting; application requirements, absentee ballot requirements. in committee
HB311 Native plant species; state agencies to prioritize use on state properties. in committee
HB312 Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; annual marketing plan. in committee
HB313 Public school buses; new buses to be equipped with seat belts. in subcommittee
HB314 Noxious weeds and invasive plants; dissemination of consumer information. in committee
HB315 Roanoke, City of; amending charter, municipal elections. in subcommittee
HB316 Independent dealer-operator recertification; codifies existing Motor Vehicle Dealer Bd. regulations. in subcommittee
HB317 Higher educational institutions, public; per student enrollment-based funding, noncredit workforce. in subcommittee
HB318 Peer Recovery Support Fund; established. in committee
HB319 Virginia Literacy Act; early student literacy, evidence-based literacy instruction, etc. in subcommittee
HB320 Minimum wage; removes certain provisions relating to increasing state wage. in subcommittee
HB321 Norfolk, City of; amending charter, municipal elections. in subcommittee
HB322 Criminal records; changes to provisions to sealing of records. in committee
HB323 Local Food and Farming Infrastructure Grant Program; increases grant for certain projects. in committee
HB324 Shipping and Logistics Headquarters Grant Program; updates certain provisions. in subcommittee
HB325 Firearms; reporting lost or stolen, civil penalty. in committee
HB326 Opioid Abatement Authority and Fund; increases membership of board of directors. in subcommittee
HB327 Child protective services data; DSS to identify & report certain data to Gov. & General Assembly. in committee
HB328 Alcoholic beverage control; retail privatization of government stores. in committee
HB329 Administrative Process Act; public notice and economic impact, prohibition on certain regulations. in subcommittee
HB330 Nursing homes & certified nursing facilities; minimum staffing standards, administrative sanctions. in committee
HB331 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; procedure for requesting records. in committee
HB332 Income tax, state and corporate; credit for small businesses. in committee
HB333 Public education; student education accounts. in committee
HB334 Sexually explicit visual material to another; unlawful dissemination, penalty. in committee
HB335 Public employees; independent bargaining. in committee
HB336 Public employees; bargaining representative certification. in committee
HB337 Public employees; compensation for union activities. in committee
HB338 Retirement and taxation; obsolete and not set out sections. in subcommittee
HB339 Falls Church, City of; amending charter, qualifications of members of boards and commissions. in subcommittee
HB340 High school graduation; alternative pathways to the advanced studies diploma. in subcommittee
HB341 Public employees; labor union dues deduction authorization. in committee
HB342 Police, Virginia State; removes obsolete language relating to the teletype system formerly used. in subcommittee
HB343 Barrier crimes; removing offenses involving possession, etc., of controlled substances. in committee
HB344 Public charter schools; applications, review and approval. in committee
HB345 Robbery; conforms certain provisions of the Code of Virginia to the degrees of robbery offenses. in committee
HB346 College partnership laboratory schools; application and establishment. in committee
HB347 Cultural competency training; repeals requirement that DHRM establish training for state employees. in subcommittee
HB348 Income tax, corporate; tax returns of affiliated corporations. in subcommittee
HB349 Foster care; housing support for persons between ages 18 and 21. in subcommittee
HB350 Threats and harassment of certain officials and property; venue. passed subcommittee
HB351 Driving Decarbonization Program and Fund; created. in committee
HB352 Income tax, state and corporate; business interest. in committee
HB353 Unaccompanied homeless youth; consent to medical care. in subcommittee
HB354 Virginia Military Community Infrastructure Grant Program and Fund; created. in subcommittee
HB355 Higher educational institutions, baccalaureate public; website posting of certain comparative data. in subcommittee
HB356 Public schools; regional charter school divisions. in committee
HB357 Higher educational institutions, public; grants for tuition and fees. in subcommittee
HB358 Veteran-owned small businesses; waiving of fees. in committee
HB359 Termination of parental rights of person who committed sexual assault; evidence standard. in committee
HB360 Health insurance; carrier disclosure of certain information. in committee
HB361 Marijuana; allowing access to, purchase for, or provision to minors penalties. in committee
HB362 School boards, local; instruction on climate change. in subcommittee
HB363 School board employees, certain; grounds for dismissal, report. in subcommittee
HB364 Regional planning; climate resilience to be included as part of strategic plans. in subcommittee
HB365 Parenting Coordinator Act; created. in committee
HB366 Assault and battery; penalties when committed against certain persons. in committee
HB367 Exhaust systems; excessive noise. in committee
HB368 Refunds of local taxes; authority of treasurer. passed committee
HB369 Court appearance of a person not free on bail; changes to provisions regarding bail hearings, etc. in subcommittee
HB370 Uniform Fiduciary Income and Principal Act; replaces prior Act. in committee
HB371 School board employees, licensed; cultural competency training, bullying. in subcommittee
HB372 Loitering; curfew for minors, age restrictions on trick-or-treating. in subcommittee
HB373 County or city public animal shelters; return of animals after expiration of stray hold period. in committee
HB374 Virginia Public Procurement Act; construction contracts, requirement to submit list. in committee
HB375 Fines and costs; period of limitations on collection. in subcommittee
HB376 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; residential property disclosure statement form. in subcommittee
HB377 Charitable institutions and associations; local appropriations to faith-based organizations. in subcommittee
HB378 Jury duty; allowance increase. in committee
HB379 Energy benchmarking; access to data on energy usage in certain buildings, civil penalty. in committee
HB380 License taxes, local; elimination of authority to impose. in subcommittee
HB381 Consumer Data Protection Act; data deletion request. in committee
HB382 Property Owners' Association Act; statement of lot owner rights. in subcommittee
HB383 Relief; Carter, Joseph. in subcommittee
HB384 State and local employees; freedoms of conscience and expression. in subcommittee
HB385 Relief; Morman, Bobbie James, Jr. in subcommittee
HB386 Arland D. Williams Jr Mem. Bridge; added to Potomac River Bridge Towing Compact. passed subcommittee
HB387 Alcoholic beverage control; sales conducted on licensed premises. in committee
HB388 State facilities; video visitation. in committee
HB389 Early childhood care and education; regional entities, Child Care Subsidy Program Overpayment Fund. in subcommittee
HB390 Medical assistance services; violence interruption services. in subcommittee
HB391 School board property, certain; repeals establishment of gun-free zone. in committee
HB392 Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP); investigation of deaths. in committee
HB393 Water quality; consideration of economic or social development. in committee
HB394 Relief; Stevens, Emerson Eugene. in subcommittee
HB395 Carbon offset credits; certain funds to Marine Habitat and Waterways Improvement Fund. in committee
HB396 Electric utilities; municipal net energy metering. in committee
HB397 Wrongful incarceration; compensation. in committee
HB398 Absentee voting; ballots to be sorted and results to be reported by precinct. in committee
HB399 Plastic firearms and unfinished frames, etc.; manufacture, import, sale, transfer, etc., penalties. in committee
HB400 Real property; affordable housing. in subcommittee
HB401 Income tax, state; pass-through entities. in committee
HB402 Landlords, participation; tax credit. in committee
HB403 Mental Health Care Coordinator; position created in DVS, report. in committee
HB404 Sexual assault nurse & forensic examiners; admission of evidence from certain reports. in committee
HB405 Business park electric transmission infrastructure pilot program; location of qualifying projects. in committee
HB406 Higher education; students and student organizations, remedies for certain violations. in subcommittee
HB407 Movie theaters; open captioning to include drive-in theaters. in committee
HB408 Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Victim Fund; funding for sexual assault services. in committee
HB409 Statute of limitations; promises not to plead. in committee
HB410 Unemployment insurance; Virginia Employment Commission to develop and maintain a Resiliency Plan. in committee
HB411 Military personnel; free admittance to state parks, museums, and cultural institutions. in committee
HB412 Human trafficking; training for law-enforcement personnel. in subcommittee
HB413 Sex trafficking; minors engaged in prostitution, etc. in committee
HB414 Electric utilities; electric service reliability plan and report. in committee
HB415 Criminal cases; sentencing by jury. in committee
HB416 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote (voter referendum). in committee
HB417 Concealed weapons; permit not required for members of the United States Armed Forces. in committee
HB418 Elementary and secondary education, public; at-risk add-on funds. in subcommittee
HB419 Institutions of higher education; education preparation programs; coursework; audit. in subcommittee
HB420 Opioid-related emergencies; evidence-based best practices in the emergency department. in subcommittee
HB421 Insurance; discrimination based on status as living organ donor prohibited. in committee
HB422 Writ of actual innocence; previously unknown or unavailable nonbiological evidence, etc. in committee
HB423 Writ of actual innocence; previously unknown or unavailable nonbiological evidence. in committee
HB424 Guardianship; duties of guardian, visitation requirements. in committee
HB425 Continuing care providers; requirements for providers, complaint process, report. in committee
HB426 Alcoholic beverage control; delivery of alcoholic beverages, third-party delivery license. in committee
HB427 Children's Services Act; community policy and management teams and family assessment, etc. in committee
HB428 Drug-related investigations; use of confidential informants. in committee
HB429 Virginia Public Procurement Act; architectural and professional engineering term contracting. in committee
HB430 Cannabis control; retail market, penalties. in committee
HB431 Qualified health plans; state-mandated health benefits. in committee
HB432 Veterans care center; DVS to establish in the eastern portion of the Northern Va. region, report. in committee
HB433 Standards of Learning, certain; assessments, method of administration. in subcommittee
HB434 Criminal sexual assault; definition of intimate parts, penalty. in committee
HB435 Parole Board; powers and duties. in committee
HB436 National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board; joint transportation meeting. in subcommittee
HB437 Localities; public meeting during state project planning phase. in subcommittee
HB438 Virginia Public Procurement Act; architectural and professional engineering term contracting. in committee
HB439 Absentee ballots; materials included, information on proposed constitutional amendments. in committee
HB440 School boards; teachers to ensure planning time and planning periods. in committee
HB441 Voting systems; reporting absentee results by precinct. in committee
HB442 Income tax, state and corporate; credit for employers of G3 Program or cybersecurity graduates. in committee
HB443 Park authorities; authority to operate, etc., electric vehicle charging stations. in committee
HB444 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; meetings conducted through electronic meetings. in committee
HB445 Broadband service; new residential and commercial development. in subcommittee
HB446 Motor vehicle insurance policies; discrimination prohibited. in committee
HB447 Broadband providers; affordable monthly plan. in committee
HB448 Land disturbances; review of local authority regarding. in subcommittee
HB449 Personal property; distrained or levied on property, auctioneers or auction firms outside county. in committee
HB450 Parking of vehicles; electric vehicle charging spots, civil penalties. passed subcommittee
HB451 Stalking; venue, penalty. in committee
HB452 Public school buses; display of advertising, hiring of school bus drivers. in committee
HB453 Income tax, state; property analytics firms, apportionment and sourcing of sales. in subcommittee
HB454 Chesapeake, City of; amending charter, operating budget. in subcommittee
HB455 Casino gaming; sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages in establishments, etc. in committee
HB456 Virginia Passenger Rail Authority; membership. in subcommittee
HB457 Higher educational institutions; immunity from disciplinary action in certain cases. in committee
HB458 MEI Project Approval Commission; incentives requiring review. in subcommittee
HB459 Real property; providing access to adjoining property to make improvements or repairs. in committee
HB460 Food delivery platforms; fee transparency. in committee
HB461 Employee protections; medicinal use of cannabis oil. in committee
HB462 Retail Sales and Use Tax; eliminates sunset date for exemption of aircraft components. in committee
HB463 Boat ramps; removes authorization for Department of Wildlife Resources to charge a fee for use. in committee
HB464 Alcoholic beverage control; tied house. in committee
HB465 Affordable dwelling unit; ordinances in certain localities. in subcommittee
HB466 Volunteer cybersecurity and information technology; Sec. of Admin. to establish register. in committee
HB467 Dangerous and vicious dogs; civil liability, knowledge of propensity not required. in committee
HB468 Libraries, local and regional; Botetourt County, library boards. in subcommittee
HB469 Electric utilities; clean energy mandates, transitioning workers, etc. in committee
HB470 Common interest communities; prohibition on refusal to recognize a licensed real estate broker. in subcommittee
HB471 State agencies and localities; solar-ready roof requirements, etc. in subcommittee
HB472 Income tax, state; increases standard deduction. in committee
HB473 Virginia Retirement System; employer contributions. in subcommittee
HB474 Automatic fire sprinkler inspectors; certification, exempts building officials and fire officials. in subcommittee
HB475 Protective orders; human trafficking and sex trafficking, penalty. in committee
HB476 Retail Small Business Grant Program and Fund; created. in committee
HB477 Health insurance; coverage for prostate cancer screening. in committee
HB478 Wholesale prescription drug importation program; Sec. of Health and Human Resources to establish. in committee
HB479 Wetland and stream mitigation credits; dam removal credits. in committee
HB480 Health insurance; coverage for the diagnosis of and treatment for infertility. in committee
HB481 Hospitals; price transparency. in committee
HB482 Commonwealth Transportation Board; performance standards for review of certain plans. in subcommittee
HB483 Firearms; control by localities of possession or carrying. in committee
HB484 Virginia Initiative for Education and Work; exemption for postsecondary students. in committee
HB485 Student Emergency Aid Fund and Program; created and established. in subcommittee
HB486 Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology; admissions requirements. in committee
HB487 State park fees; Virginia National Guard and Virginia Air National Guard. in committee
HB488 Contracts with government agencies for public works; agreements with labor organizations. in committee
HB489 Campaign advertisements; independent expenditures, electioneering communications, disclaimer. in committee
HB490 Public utility ratemaking; contracting with small, women-owned, or minority-owned businesses. in committee
HB491 Noxious weeds; amends definition to exclude plants that are commercially significant. in committee
HB492 Campaign finance; record retention requirements and reviews of campaign finance disclosure reports. in committee
HB493 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; required release of law-enforcement disciplinary records. in committee
HB494 Human donor milk bank licensing; payment of medical assistance and health insurance coverage. in committee
HB495 Campaign finance; mandatory electronic filing for all candidates. in committee
HB496 Abuse and neglect; financial exploitation, changes term incapacitated adults, penalties. in committee
HB497 Misuse of power of attorney; financial exploitation of incapacitated adults, penalty. in committee
HB498 H-2B employer-provided housing; registry. in subcommittee
HB499 Grand jury, regular; provisions for court reporter, use and disposition of notes, etc. in committee
HB500 Campaign finance and advertisements; independent expenditures, electioneering communications. in committee
HB501 Discovery in criminal cases; copies of discovery for the accused. in committee
HB502 Credit for time spent in confinement while awaiting trial; separate, dismissed, etc. in committee
HB503 Bail; subsequent proceeding arising out of initial arrest. in committee
HB504 Expunged criminal records; use in civil action. in committee
HB505 Civil actions; filed on behalf of multiple persons. in committee
HB506 Electronic credentials; DMV to issue, create, & operate a verification system for such credentials. in subcommittee
HB507 Intercollegiate athletics; student-athletes, compensation and representation for name, image, etc. in committee
HB508 'Green Book'; historic site designation. in committee
HB509 Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk, penalties. in committee
HB510 Employer medical mandates; cause of action. in committee
HB511 Students who receive home instruction; participation in interscholastic programs. in committee
HB512 COVID-19 immunization; prohibition on requirement, discrimination prohibited. in committee
HB513 Capitol Square and the surrounding area, etc.; carrying a firearm or explosive material within area. in committee
HB514 Mask mandates; prohibition. in committee
HB515 Malicious prosecution; creates civil cause of action, self-defense. in committee
HB516 Flood resiliency & protection; implements recom. from first Va. Coastal Resilience Master Plan. in committee
HB517 Chief Resilience Officer; clarifies designation and role. in committee
HB518 Sales and transient occupancy taxes; accommodations intermediaries. in committee
HB519 Hospitals; regulations, visitation of individuals infected with COVID-19. in committee
HB520 Climate resilience; locality's comprehensive plan to consider strategies to address. in committee
HB521 Business regulatory compliance; Sec. of Commerce and Trade to establish task force to study costs. in committee
HB522 Students who receive home instruction; participation in interscholastic programs, fees. in committee
HB523 Dogs and cats; breeding for research, reporting to State Veterinarian. in committee
HB524 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. in committee
HB525 Higher educational institutions, nonprofit and public; hazing policies. in committee
HB526 Victims of human trafficking; eligibility for in-state tuition. in committee
HB527 Interstate Medical Licensure Compact and Commission; created. in committee
HB528 Absentee voting; unsolicited absentee ballot applications, required information. in committee
HB529 Labor and employment; misclassification of workers. in committee
HB530 Driver training; governmental entities authorized to test/train drivers employed by another entity. in subcommittee
HB531 Sales and use tax, additional local; revenues to support construction or renovation of schools. in committee
HB532 Public accommodations, employment, and housing; prohibited discrimination. in committee
HB533 Public elementary and secondary schools; agreements to establish opportunity classrooms. in committee
HB534 State plan for medical assistance services; eligibility, social security disability income. in committee
HB535 Teachers; required to be compensated at or above national average. in committee
HB536 General district courts; filing an order of disposition from a criminal case. in committee
HB537 Telemedicine; out of state providers, behavioral health services. in committee
HB538 Perinatal health care providers; implicit bias training. in committee
HB539 Higher educational institutions, public; disclosure of certain criminal convictions to applicants. in committee
HB540 Driver's license; extension of validity. in subcommittee
HB541 Trees; conservation during land development process, authorized localities. in committee
HB542 Elections administration; reclassification of assistant registrars. in committee
HB543 Correctional facilities, local, regional, and community; attorney visitation of clients. in committee
HB544 Voter identification; optional restrictive identification requirement. in committee
HB545 Sales and use tax, local; additional tax in City of Charlottesville to support schools. in committee
HB546 Transportation safety funding; surplus in proposed budget to include. in subcommittee
HB547 Speech-language pathologists; Department of Education to develop/maintain statewide strategic plan. in committee
HB548 Chesapeake, City of; local government authority to require analysis of water. in committee
HB549 Robbery; earned sentence credits. in committee
HB550 License plates, special; issuance for supporters of 'Virginia Creeper Trail Conservancy.' in committee
HB551 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for medicine and drugs purchased by veterinarians. in committee
HB552 Consumer Data Protection Act; clarifies definition of nonprofit organizations. in committee
HB553 Commercial driver's licenses; Secretary of Transportation, et. al, to implement various initiatives. in committee
HB554 Larceny of a catalytic converter; penalty. in committee
HB555 Health care providers; transfer of patient records in conjunction with closure, etc. in committee
HB556 Bristol, City of; amending charter, election of councilmembers, etc. in committee
HB557 Southwestern Va. Mental Health Inst.; Gov. to convey property to Smyth County. in committee
HB558 Natural gas, biogas, and other gas sources of energy; definitions, energy conservation. in committee
HB559 School boards, local; composite index of local ability-to-pay, required local effort. in committee
HB560 Health insurance; retail community pharmacies. introduced
HB561 Corporations and regulated business entities; not set out and obsolete sections of the Code. in committee
HB562 Conservation and natural resources; sections not set out, technical revisions. in committee
HB563 School Construction Matching Grant Fund and Program; established, funding sources. in committee
HB564 Portsmouth, City of; amending charters, recall of elective officers. in committee
HB565 Advanced Manufacturing Talent Investment Program and Fund; created, report. in committee
HB566 Public hospitals; medical debt collection practices. in committee
HB567 Toll Relief Program; eligibility. in committee
HB568 Green banks; regional agreements. in committee
HB569 Hospices, home care organizations, private providers, etc; immunity from liability. in committee
HB570 Emergency Shelters Upgrade Assistance Grant Fund; funds to be paid to certain entities. in committee
HB571 Horse racing and pari-mutuel wagering; prohibition on persons under 21 years of age, penalty. in committee
HB572 Child support obligations; party's incarceration not deemed voluntary unemployment/underemployment. in committee
HB573 Statute of limitations; judgment entered for medical debt. in committee
HB574 Horse racing; certain amount from wagers to be deposited in Problem Gambling Trust & Support Fund. in committee
HB575 Campaign finance; establishes contribution limits, civil penalty. in committee
HB576 Health care providers; stay of debt collection activities, prohibited practice. in committee
HB577 Stormwater systems; impact of flooding, report. in committee
HB578 Victim of sex trafficking; clarifies definition to include minors, affirmative defense, etc. in committee
HB579 Victims of human trafficking; expands definition, affirmative defense, writ of vacatur. in committee
HB580 Covenants not to compete; health care professionals, civil penalty. in committee
HB581 School boards, local; teacher career ladder compensation programs. in committee
HB582 Higher educational institutions, public; notice to students, SNAP benefits. in committee
HB583 Public elementary and secondary school students; ability to pay for meals and school meal debt. in committee
HB584 Employee health insurance; pharmacy benefits, reverse auction process. in committee
HB585 Middle and high school end-of-course assessments; number and type. in committee
HB586 Virginia Fair Housing Law; use of assistance animal in a dwelling, penalties. in committee
HB587 School Breakfast Program and National School Lunch Program; processing of applications. in committee
HB588 Electric utilities; adjustment of rates. in committee
HB589 Income tax, state; motion picture production tax credit. in committee
HB590 Firearms; storage in residence where minor present, penalty. in committee
HB591 State agency prescription drug purchasing, etc.; Sec. of HHR to develop plan to consolidate. in committee
HB592 Income tax, state and corporate; conversion to employee ownership. in committee
HB593 Law-enforcement officers; pensions and benefits, death before retirement. in subcommittee
HB594 Magistrates; appointment and supervision. in committee
HB595 Disability Rights Advocacy, Special Assistant to the Governor for, position created, report. in committee
HB596 Rent stabilization, local; any locality may by ordinance adopt provisions. in committee
HB597 Concealed handgun permits; change certain penalties. in committee
HB598 Registered surgical technologist; criteria for registration. in committee
HB599 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; charges for production of public records. in committee
HB600 Unemployment compensation; continuation of benefits, repayment of overpayments. in committee
HB601 Automatic renewal or continuous service offer to consumer; cancellation and online opt-out. in subcommittee
HB602 Flood Control, Department of, and Commonwealth Flood Plan; created, report. in committee
HB603 Local or constitutional office; elections allowed to be conducted by ranked choice voting. in committee
HB604 Nursing, Board of; power and duty to prescribe minimum standards, etc., for educational programs. in committee
HB605 Constitutional amendment; repeal of same-sex marriage prohibition(submitting to qualified voters). in committee
HB606 Fire insurance; appraisers and umpires, citizenship requirements. in committee
HB607 Retail Sales and Use Tax; extends sunset date for exemption of aircraft components. in committee
HB608 School boards; unexpended local funds for capital projects. in committee
HB609 Civil action for the deprivation of rights; duties and liabilities of certain employers. in committee
HB610 Cemeteries; interment rights, proof of kinship. in committee
HB611 Early Identification System (EIS); DCJS to establish. in committee
HB612 Controlled substances; reduces penalties for possession. in committee
HB613 Arrest/prosecution of individual experiencing mental health emerg.; assault against law enforcement. in committee
HB614 Appeals bond; removes requirement for indigent parties to post, appeal of unlawful detainer. in committee
HB615 Sale of cemeteries owned by a locality; notice to descendants. in committee
HB616 Zoning appeals, board of; funding. in committee
HB617 Discretionary sentencing guidelines; prior convictions and juvenile adjudications. in committee
HB618 Barrier crimes; possession of controlled substances. in committee
HB619 Controlled substances; substance shall not include mere residue that is not a usable quantity, etc. in committee
HB620 Criminal cases and traffic infractions; eliminates accrual of interest on fines and costs. in committee
HB621 State correctional facilities; communication systems, free telephone calls & communication services. in committee
HB622 Custodial interrogation of a child; advisement of rights. in committee
HB623 Guardianship and conservatorship; duties of the guardian ad litem, report contents. in committee
HB624 Behavioral health safety net workforce needs; DBHDS to develop strategy to address, report. in committee
HB625 Vehicle safety inspection; exhaust system. in subcommittee
HB626 Disclosure in land use proceedings; statewide application. in committee
HB627 Violation of ordinances; schedule of civil penalties. in committee
HB628 Commercial driver's license; authorizes school boards to issue skills test certificate, etc. in subcommittee
HB629 Hunger-Free Campus Grant Program; established, report. in committee
HB630 Photo speed monitoring devices; locality-designated highway segments. in committee
HB631 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; closed meetings, privacy of witnesses. in committee
HB632 Exhaust systems; excessive noise. in subcommittee
HB633 Speed limits; expands authority of any locality to reduce to less than 25 miles per hour, etc. in subcommittee
HB634 Guardianship; duties of guardian, visitation requirements. in committee
HB635 Inclusionary housing; zoning. in committee
HB636 Virginia student environmental literacy; grant fund and program. in committee
HB637 Drivers of vehicles approaching stationary vehicles displaying certain warning lights; penalty. in subcommittee
HB638 Unemployment insurance; Virginia Employment Commission to develop and maintain a Resiliency Plan. in committee
HB639 Unemployment Compensation, Commission on; unemployment insurance subcommittee established, report. in committee
HB640 Unemployment compensation; invalid claims not eligible for appeal. in committee
HB641 Transportation network companies; authorizes collection of cash fares. in subcommittee
HB642 Health care coverage; premium payments for certain service members. in committee
HB643 Guardianship and conservatorship; periodic review hearings. in committee
HB644 General Services, Department of; adjustment of boundary lines of surplus property. in committee
HB645 Virginia Retirement System and local retirement systems; fossil fuel divestment, report. in subcommittee
HB646 Nursing homes; standards of care and staff requirements, regulations. in committee
HB647 Packaging Stewardship Program and Fund; established. in committee
HB648 Comprehensive plan; public hearing. in committee
HB649 Children who are deaf or hard of hearing; language development, assessment resources. in committee
HB650 School boards; school consolidation and redistricting and pupil assignment, etc. in committee
HB651 Individuals w/intellectual disabilities; DMAS to report on use of community intermediate care. in committee
HB652 Unemployment compensation; notice of hearing prior to discontinuing benefits, etc. in committee
HB653 Foster care; DSS to establish and implement a collaborative local board placement program. in committee
HB654 GO Virginia Grants, certain; repeals sunset provision. in committee
HB655 Corrections Ombudsman, Office of the Department of; created, report. in committee
HB656 Income tax, state and corporate; creates tax credit for coal refuge energy and reclamation, report. in committee
HB657 Public utilities; waste coal and certain coal-fired electric generating units. in committee
HB658 Juveniles; appointment of counsel, indigency. in committee
HB659 Investigation of death; studying cases when person dies while receiving services from licensed prog. in committee
HB660 Search warrants; removes certain provisions in regard to execution of warrants. in committee
HB661 Capital murder; death penalty for willful, deliberate, etc., killing of a law-enforcement officer. in committee
HB662 Multi-jurisdiction grand jury; investigation of elder abuse crimes. in subcommittee
HB663 Mandatory outpatient treatment; reorganizes and clarifies provisions governing. in committee
HB664 Public utilities; delay of termination of service, serious medical condition, report. in committee
HB665 Correctional facilities, state; fees. in committee
HB666 State park fees; active duty military and veterans. in committee
HB667 Staff Sergeant Darrell 'Shifty' Powers Memorial Highway; designates Shifty Lane in Town of Clinchco. in committee
HB668 Facilities for civilly committed sex. violent predators; reports to Commonwealth's advocacy system. in committee
HB669 Public swimming pools; regulations. in committee
HB670 Independent policing auditor; county manager plan of government. in committee
HB671 Permanent protective orders; Hope Card Program created. in committee
HB672 Sexual abuse of animals; penalty. in committee
HB673 Correctional facilities; fees. in committee
HB674 Telephone systems within correctional facilities; fees and records of communications. in committee
HB675 Health insurance; tobacco surcharge. in committee
HB676 Fair Labor Standards Act waiver; employees with disabilities. in committee
HB677 Posting of notices; electronic posting on public government website of the locality, etc. in committee
HB678 Person under a disability; parties unknown. in committee
HB679 Opioids; providers of treatment for addiction, conditions for initial licensure, location. in committee
HB680 Medical assistance services; state plan, case management service, individuals w/severe brain injury. in committee
HB681 Insurers rehabilitation and liquidation; federal home loan bank rights. in committee
HB682 Service of process; investigator employed by an attorney for the Commonwealth, etc. in committee
HB683 Correctional facilities; prohibited acts, use of canines by officers, etc. in committee
HB684 Involuntary temporary detention; disclosure of health records. in committee
HB685 Tobacco retail licensing; penalties. in committee
HB686 Death of parent or guardian of a child resulting from driving under the influence; child support. in committee
HB687 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; changes definition of meeting. in committee
HB688 School boards; production of public records, fee schedules. in committee
HB689 Workers' compensation; employer duty to furnish medical attention, cost limit. in committee
HB690 Assisted living facilities; involuntary discharge of a resident. in committee
HB691 Business entities; conversion and domestication. in committee
HB692 Apprenticeship Council; expands the duties of the Council. in committee
HB693 Vehicle registration; personal property tax relief. in committee
HB694 Commonwealth College Completion Fund and Program; established. in committee
HB695 Worker training tax credit; extends sunset date. in committee
HB696 Retail Sales and Use tax; exemption for essential personal hygiene products. in committee
HB697 Stormwater management service districts; rate of taxation. in committee
HB698 License taxes; exemptions. in committee
HB699 Glass replacement in vehicles; Sup. of State Police to promulgate regulations regarding replacement. in subcommittee
HB700 Vienna, Town of; amending charter, election and term dates. in committee
HB701 Uniform Statewide Building Code; local building codes and regulations, etc. in committee
HB702 Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; required disclosures, maximum lot coverage. in committee
HB703 License plates, special; localities to pay initial issuance fee costs for development and issuance. in subcommittee
HB704 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; prioritizes new sidewalks and circular intersections. in subcommittee
HB705 Virginia Public Procurement Act; authority for localities to use cooperative procurement. in committee
HB706 Trees; conservation and replacement during development process. in committee
HB707 Transportation funding; statewide prioritization process, resiliency. in subcommittee
HB708 Virginia Electric Vehicle Grant Program; use of state funds. in subcommittee
HB709 Packaging Stewardship Program and Fund; established. in committee
HB710 Local government; hiring people with disabilities. in committee
HB711 Writ of vacatur; victims of sex trafficking, payment of fees or costs. in committee
HB712 Pharmacy, Board of; safe sharps disposal containers required for pharmacies for public use. in committee
HB713 Family abuse; coercive control, penalty. in committee
HB714 Consumer Data Protection Act; enforcement, abolishes Consumer Privacy Fund. in committee
HB715 Tribal Nations; consultation w/ federally recognized, permits and review w/ potential impacts. in committee
HB716 Kinship foster care; notice and appeal. in committee
HB717 Unaccompanied homeless youths; consent for housing services. in committee
HB718 Workforce Development, Virginia Board of; powers & duties, collaboration to develop apprenticeship. in committee
HB719 Physical evidence recovery kits; victim's right to notification, storage. in committee
HB720 Income tax, state; creates a nonrefundable credit for family caregivers. in committee
HB721 Get Skilled, Get a Job, Give Back (G3) Program; higher education centers. in committee
HB722 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; meetings held through electronic communication means. in committee
HB723 Electric cooperatives; elections for board of directors, access to meetings, required disclosures. in committee
HB724 Electric cooperatives; net energy metering for agricultural customer-generators, report. in committee
HB725 Hunting with steel-jawed traps; prohibition, penalty. in committee
HB726 Health insurance; coverage for donated human breast milk. in committee
HB727 Historical African American cemeteries; disbursement of funds, qualified organization. in committee
HB728 Traffic control device violation monitoring systems; localities in Planning Dist. 23 to establish. in committee
HB729 Vacant building; registration. in committee
HB730 Workers' compensation; failure to market residual capacity. in committee
HB731 Juvenile law-enforcement records; inspection of records. in committee
HB732 Higher educational institutions; debt collection, transcripts and diplomas. in committee
HB733 Juvenile records; identification of children receiving coordinated services. in committee
HB734 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; disclosure of certain criminal records. in committee
HB735 Earned sentence credits; repeals four-level classification system for awarding & calculation, etc. in committee
HB736 Search warrants; execution. in committee
HB737 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; certain disclosure in advertising required. in committee
HB738 Competency to stand trial; order for evaluation or treatment. in committee
HB739 Shoreline improvements, existing; repair and maintenance. in committee
HB740 Catalytic converters; penalties. in committee
HB741 Annual public elementary and secondary school safety audits; creation or review of school building. in committee
HB742 Workers' compensation; anxiety disorder or depressive disorder incurred by law-enforcement, etc. in committee
HB743 Certificate of public need; conditions related to inpatient psychiatric services and facilities. in committee
HB744 Killing the fetus of another; guilty of manslaughter, penalties. in committee
HB745 Respiratory therapists; practice pending licensure. in committee
HB746 Volunteer Fire Department Training Fund; created. in committee
HB747 Photo speed monitoring devices; locality-designated highway segments. in committee
HB748 DNA data bank sample tracking system; replaces certain references in Code. in committee
HB749 Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Victim Fund; purpose, fee apportionment. in committee
HB750 Arrest and summons quotas; prohibition. in committee
HB751 Suspected abuse; mandated reporters. in committee
HB752 State Inspector General, Office of the; investigations, prohibition on interference. in committee
HB753 Human rights and fair housing; religious organizations, promotion of religious principles. in committee
HB754 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders. in committee
HB755 Anti-Human Trafficking and Survivor Trust Fund; created, report. in committee
HB756 Bail for a person accused of a crime that is an act of violence; notice to attorney. in committee
HB757 Employment; anti-harassment training requirement. in committee
HB758 Probation, revocation, and suspension of sentence; penalty. in committee
HB759 Window tinting; vehicle stop. in committee
HB760 Suspended sentence or probation; violation of the terms and conditions, technical violations. in committee
HB761 Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; availability of complaint forms. in committee
HB762 Judges; maximum number in each judicial district. in committee
HB763 Charitable gaming; electronic gaming is restricted to social organizations, etc. in committee
HB764 Charitable gaming; registration of landlords, Texas Hold'em poker operations. in committee
HB765 Charitable Gaming Board; powers and duties. in committee
HB766 Illegal gaming laws; enforcement, Charitable Gaming Fund created. in committee
HB767 Charitable gaming; conducting without a permit, civil penalty. in committee
HB768 Health insurance; association health plan for real estate salespersons. in committee
HB769 Onsite sewage system pump-out oversight; certain localities. in committee
HB770 Freestanding emergency departments; Bd. of Health to promulgate regulations related to departments. in committee
HB771 DEQ; publication of local Chesapeake Bay Preservation Area information. in committee
HB772 Administrative Process Act; powers and duties of executive branch agencies. in committee
HB773 Health insurance; provider credentialing, receipt of application. in committee
HB774 Renewable energy facilities; Dept. of Energy, et. al, to analyze life cycle, report. in committee
HB775 Religious freedom; applicability of certain executive orders. in committee
HB776 Abortion; born alive human infant, treatment and care, penalty. in committee
HB777 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; emergency orders and regulations, limitations, civil penalty. in committee
HB778 Monument and memorials; relocation. in committee
HB779 Elections; photo identification required, time for in-person absentee. in committee
HB780 Voter registration; registration permitted up to and including the day of the election. in committee
HB781 Public elementary and secondary schools; student citizenship skills, etc. in committee
HB782 Nonsuits; appeals from judgment of a general district court. in committee
HB783 Immunizations; authority of the Commissioner of Health, religious exception. in committee
HB784 Income tax, state; home instruction and private school tax credit. in committee
HB785 Family life education curriculum guidelines; human reproduction, viewing of ultrasound video. in committee
HB786 Instructional material and related academic activities; Board of Education to establish policy. in committee
HB787 Public elementary and secondary education; training or instruction on certain concepts. in committee
HB788 Education Improvement Scholarships program; increases percentage for tax credit. in committee
HB789 Family life education programs; student participation, summaries. in committee
HB790 Collective bargaining; law enforcement, transparency and accountability. in committee
HB791 Data centers; center fixtures are taxed as part of the real property where they are located, etc. in committee
HB792 Nutrient credit trading; adjacent hydrologic unit code. in committee
HB793 Traffic incident management vehicles; exempt from certain traffic regulations, emergency response. in subcommittee
HB794 Criminal proceedings; evidence of defendant's mental condition. in committee
HB795 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote (voter referendum). in committee
HB796 Voter registration; restoration of political rights upon release from incarceration. in committee
HB797 Community service work in lieu of payment of fines and costs; underpaid work. in committee
HB798 Gun Violence Survivor Assistance Fund and Grant Program; established. in committee
HB799 Fines, costs, forfeitures, penalties, and restitution; collection fees. in committee
HB800 Medical assistance services; individuals confined in state correctional facilities. in committee
HB801 Civilian deaths in custody; report. in committee
HB802 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; enforcement by localities. in committee
HB803 Virginia Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; landlord remedies, noncompliance with rental agreement. in committee
HB804 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; nonrefundable application fee, limitations. in committee
HB805 Barrier crimes; eliminates certain crimes from the definition, etc. in committee
HB806 Health insurance; coverage for polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). in committee
HB807 Criminal history background checks; governing individuals providing certain services for adults. in committee
HB808 Support orders; income withholding order, employer fees. in committee
HB809 Historical African American cemeteries and graves; Isle of Wight, Prince George, and Surry Counties. in committee
HB810 Political subdivisions; powers and duties, emergency management assessment. in committee
HB811 Admission to bail; rebuttable presumptions against bail. in committee
HB812 Admission to bail; rebuttable presumptions against bail. in committee
HB813 Law-enforcement agencies; acquisition and use of military property. in committee
HB814 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; agency procurement enhancement plans. in committee
HB815 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; mentorship program. in committee
HB816 Va. Public Procurement Act; any bid or offer under Act to identify all subcontractors. in committee
HB817 Grants and public procurement; grants or contracts issued by Governor, state agency, etc. in committee
HB818 Virginia Public Procurement Act; prompt payment of bills by state agencies, etc. in committee
HB819 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; collecting and reporting local tax data. in committee
HB820 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; disparity study. in committee
HB821 Judges; increases from six to seven the maximum number in the Thirty-first Judicial Circuit. in committee
HB822 Occoquan, Town of; new charter, previous charter repealed except section 2. in committee
HB823 Maternal health; Task Force on Maternal Health Data and Quality Measures to study. in committee
HB824 Low-income housing; tax credit for specialty populations, expands availability. in committee
HB825 Firearm Violence Intervention and Prevention, Virginia Center for; established. in committee
HB826 Beverage container deposit and redemption program; established, civil and criminal penalties. in committee
HB827 Firearms; control by localities of possession or carrying. in committee
HB828 Dairy Producer Margin Coverage Premium Assistance Program; expands eligibility for participation. passed committee
HB829 School counselors; staffing ratios, flexibility. in committee
HB830 Slaughter and meat-processing facilities; expanding facilities through strategic planning, etc. in committee
HB831 Composting; definition of anaerobic digestion. in committee
HB832 Electric utilities; shared solar programs. in committee
HB833 Group Violence Intervention Board, Division of Group Violence Intervention, etc.; established. in committee
HB834 Pensions; hazardous duty pay. in committee
HB835 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders. in committee
HB836 Virginia Small Estate Act; funeral expenses of decedent. in committee
HB837 Food and drink law; permitting requirements. in committee
HB838 Lane filtering; motorcycles. in committee
HB839 Electric utilities; recovery of costs, rate adjustment clause proceedings, etc. in committee
HB840 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; retaliatory conduct, rebuttable presumption. in committee
HB841 Disaster or emergency; disconnection prohibitions for certain utilities. in committee
HB842 Commonwealth Health Reinsurance Program; federal risk adjustment program. in committee
HB843 Income tax, state; housing opportunity tax credits. in committee
HB844 High school interscholastic athletic competition; prevention of hate speech, etc. in committee
HB845 Resilient Virginia Revolving Loan Fund; created. in committee
HB846 Income tax, state; deduction for teaching material expenses. in committee
HB847 Coastal Virginia Resiliency Authority; established, report. in committee
HB848 Retail Sales and Use tax; exemption for incontinence products. in committee
HB849 Income tax, state; establishes geothermal tax credit. in committee
HB850 Lyme disease; signage in state parks, instructional resources and materials. in committee
HB851 Paid sick leave; penalty, state tax deduction. in committee
HB852 Minors; issuance of original driver's licenses. in committee
HB853 Brown v. Board of Education Scholarship Program Fund; unused funds, etc. in committee
HB854 Virginia Retirement System; enhanced retirement benefits for 911 dispatchers. in committee
HB855 Comprehensive plan approval; allows planning commission to extend 60-day period if applicant agrees. in committee
HB856 Child custody, visitation, and placement; best interests of the child. in committee
HB857 Virginia National Guard; institutions of higher education, tuition grants. in committee
HB858 Economic development; incentives to attract knowledge workers. in committee
HB859 Roadways; operation under HCA to operate instead under PPTA. in committee
HB860 Teacher Training Corps; established, report. in committee
HB861 Certificate of public need; charity care, projects involving nursing homes. in committee
HB862 Public defender; supplementing compensation. in committee
HB863 Local law enforcement; certain reports to school principals and division superintendents. in committee
HB864 Professions and occupations; proof of identity to obtain a license, etc. in committee
HB865 Building service employees; transition period. in committee
HB866 Misdemeanor; reduces maximum term of confinement in jail. in committee
HB867 Private towing; one-hour limitation. in committee
HB868 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; terms and conditions of rental agreement. in committee
HB869 Adoption; court to refer case to child-placing agency. in committee
HB870 Law-enforcement officers; conduct of investigation. in committee
HB871 Discovery in criminal cases; copies of discovery for the accused. in committee
HB872 Electronic toll collection device; notifications. in committee
HB873 School boards; employment of at least one school resource officer in elementary & secondary schools. in committee
HB874 Tax credit, state; automated external defibrillator. in committee
HB875 Cannabis Equity Reinvestment Board, etc.; membership criteria. in committee
HB876 Child labor; tobacco farms, civil penalty. in committee
HB877 Public benefits; eligibility of certain aliens. in committee
HB878 Comprehensive health care coverage program; DMAS to establish. in committee
HB879 Education, Board of; qualifications of members. in committee
HB880 Elections; electronic return of voted military-overseas ballots. in committee
HB881 Contracts; payment clauses to be included, right to payment of subcontractors. in committee
HB882 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; tenant's assertion, condemnation of dwelling unit. in committee
HB883 Project labor agreements; prevailing wage, collective bargaining for employees of local governments. in committee
HB884 Group health benefit plans; bona fide associations, benefits consortium. in committee
HB885 Uniform Statewide Building Code; livability standards. in committee
HB886 Virginia-Israel Advisory Board; changes membership. in committee
HB887 Transfer on death deed; conveyance of cooperative interest. in committee
HB888 Online Marketplace Consumer Protection Act; high-volume third-party sellers in online marketplace. in committee
HB889 Nonpayment of wages; defense of contractor. in committee
HB890 Va. Freedom of Information Act; release of certain law-enforcement criminal incident information. in committee
HB891 Noncitizens of the United States; removes certain terminology in the code of Va. in committee
HB892 Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI); preexisting contracts. in committee
HB893 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; terms and conditions of rental agreement. in committee
HB894 Electricity and energy development; generation in the Commonwealth. in committee
HB895 Elections; local electoral boards & general registrars to perform certain risk-limiting audits, etc. in committee
HB896 Nurse practitioner; patient care team provider. in committee
HB897 Hemp products; regulation. in committee
HB898 Hallucinogens or psychoactive substances; possession, civil penalty. in committee
HB899 Aboveground storage tanks; regulation of tanks. in committee
HB900 Public health emergency; hospital or nursing home, addition of beds. in committee
HB901 Income tax, state; late payment penalty. in committee
HB902 Augusta County; removal of county courthouse, authorization by electorate. in committee
HB903 Virginia Green Infrastructure Bank; created. in committee
HB904 Pound, Town of; repealing Charter. in committee
HB905 Energy efficiency standards; more stringent energy efficiency requirements. in committee
HB906 Petition for modification of sentence; eligibility, procedures. in committee
HB907 Alarm systems; regulation, battery-charged fence security systems. in committee
HB908 Correctional facilities; prohibited acts, use of canines by officers by officers. in committee
HB909 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; prohibited discrimination, national origin. in committee
HB910 Hospitals; emergency department severity code data reporting. in committee
HB911 Approved local volunteer activities; enables localities to provide credit against taxes & fees. in committee
HB912 Health insurance; health care provider panels, termination of provider. in committee
HB913 Underground Utility Damage Prevention Act; duties of operator, liability of excavator. in committee
HB914 Clerk of Court Day; establishing the second Friday of August as a state holiday. in committee
HB915 Immunizations; required vaccinations for children, regulations. in committee
HB916 Health care providers; health records of minors, available via secure website. in committee
HB917 Aging services; allocation of resources, individuals with the greatest economic need. in committee
HB918 Packaging Stewardship Program and Fund; established. in committee
HB919 Maximum contaminant levels (MCLs) in water supplies and waterworks; Board of Health regulations. in committee
HB920 Careless driving; vulnerable road users. in committee
HB921 Controlled substances; prescriber may establish practitioner-patient relationship. in committee
HB922 Virginia FinTech Regulatory Sandbox Program; created. in committee
HB923 Health insurance; association health plan for real estate salespersons. in committee
HB924 Handgun purchases; limitation, exemptions, penalty. in committee
HB925 Health insurance; coverage for prosthetic devices. in committee
HB926 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases. in committee
HB927 Absentee voting; ballots to be sorted and results to be reported by precinct. in committee
HB928 One-stop small business permitting program; DSBSD to develop improvement plan. in committee
HB929 Firearms, certain; transfer, criminal history record information check exemption. in committee
HB930 Human research; research involving minors, requirements. in committee
HB931 Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Act; publication of disciplinary actions. in committee
HB932 Workers' compensation; COVID-19, health care providers. in committee
HB933 Pharmaceutical processors; amends the definition of 'cannabis oil.' in committee
HB934 COVID-19; Employer-mandated vaccinations, required exemptions, civil penalties. in committee
HB935 Income tax, state; refunds for individuals or married persons filing a joint return. in committee
HB936 Gold, silver, & platinum bullion, etc.; removes sunset date for sales tax exemption. in committee
HB937 Family planning services; restrictions on expenditure of funds. in committee
HB938 Public schools; evaluation & recommendations for certain current and proposed policies. in committee
HB939 Necessary drugs and devices; Commissioner of Health to authorize administration and dispensing. in committee
HB940 Illegal gambling; eliminates certain provisions from definition. in committee
HB941 Voter registration; registration permitted up to and including the day of the election. in committee
HB942 Voter identification; identification containing a photograph required. in committee
HB943 Health insurance; retail community pharmacies. in committee
HB944 SCC; identification of certain provisions regarding employee welfare benefit plans; report. in committee
HB945 Absentee voting in person; available beginning on the tenth day prior to election. in committee
HB946 Education, Board of; public notice and comment regarding certain materials. in committee
HB947 Virginia Resources Authority; short-term loans. in committee
HB948 Purchase or use of mitigation bank credits; notification to local government. in committee
HB949 Pavement sealants containing coal tar prohibited. in committee
HB950 Cannabis control; retail market; penalties. in committee
HB951 General reassessment of real estate; intervals for certain counties. in committee
HB952 Virginia African Diaspora Advisory Board; established, report. in committee
HB953 Common Interest Community Board; enforcement jurisdiction. in committee
HB954 Property Owners' Association Act; use of electronic means for meetings and voting. in committee
HB955 Property Owners' Association Act; access to association records; electronic participation. in committee
HB956 Absentee voting; deadline for returning absentee ballot. in committee
HB957 Classification of real property owned by certain surviving spouses for tax purposes. in committee
HB958 Towing fees. in committee
HB959 Dissemination of information regarding unpermitted discharges; de minimis impact. in committee
HB960 Issuing citations; marijuana and certain traffic offenses; exclusion of evidence. in committee
HB961 Cemeteries; registration; publication prior to sale. in committee
HB962 Vaccines; adverse events; reporting. in committee
HB963 Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity; community groups and universities. in committee
HB964 Virginia Public Procurement Act; methods of procurement; submitting bids electronically. in committee
HB965 Virginia taxable income; deductions; Energy Star certified water heater. in committee
HB966 Virginia Public Procurement Act; executive branch agencies' goals for participation. in committee
HB967 Department of General Services; point-based program for prime contractors. in committee
HB968 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; disclosure of certain criminal investigative files. in committee
HB969 Comprehensive plan; environmental justice strategy. in committee
HB970 Public agencies; privacy of personal information. in committee
HB971 Conformity of the Commonwealth's taxation system with the Internal Revenue Code; Rebuild Virginia. in committee
HB972 Elections; removal of officers, recall elections, petition for recall. in committee
HB973 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use of campaign funds, complaints, hearings, civil penalty. in committee
HB974 Assistance for certain voters outside of the polling place; definition of disability. in committee
HB975 Department of Transportation; data on wildlife carcass removal sites. in committee
HB976 Prescriptions; unapproved use. in committee
HB977 Public elementary and secondary education; school boards and employees; promotion of diversity. in committee
HB978 Cities and counties; distribution of recordation tax. in committee
HB979 Board of Education; provisional teacher licensure;teachers licensed or certified outside of the U.S. in committee
HB980 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exclusions to application of chapter. in committee
HB981 Certain health professions; licensure by endorsement. in committee
HB982 Education Savings Account Program established; Education Improvement Scholarships Tax Credits. in committee
HB983 Provision of abortion; abortion on the basis of genetic disorder, sex, or ethnicity prohibited. in committee
HB984 Liability for sale of alcohol or marijuana product to an underage person. in committee
HB985 School principals; incident reports, violent offenses. in committee
HB986 Dealers; certain DMV transactions. in committee
HB987 Medicaid; program information; accessibility. in committee
HB988 Treatment of transgender students; model policies. in committee
HB989 Compensation of local jails for cost of incarceration. in committee
HB990 Individuals w/ intellectual & developmental disabilities; DMAS to study use of virtual support, etc. in committee
HB991 Individuals with developmental disabilities; DMAS to amend waivers providing services, etc. in committee
HB992 Commonwealth Transportation Board; statewide plan. in committee
HB993 Unlawful hazing; amends definition, penalty. in committee
HB994 Child Care Subsidy Program; permitting Armed Forces active members to apply for Program. in committee
HB995 Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for hypertension, heart disease, COVID-19. in committee
HB996 Land use assessment; parcels with multiple owners. in committee
HB997 Home health workers providing agency-directed services; employers to provide paid sick leave. in committee
HB998 Building energy use intensity; reporting; reduction; requirements; incentives. in committee
HB999 Department of General Services; construction evaluation of impact of types of electricity. in committee
HB1000 Law-enforcement civilian oversight bodies; requirements. in committee
HB1001 Amending death certificates. in committee
HB1002 Workers' compensation; injuries caused by repetitive and sustained physical stressors. in committee
HB1003 Internal Revenue Code; conformity of the Commonwealth's taxation system. in committee
HB1004 Selective Service; Two-Year College Transfer Grant; Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant Program. in committee
HB1005 Public school teachers; continuing contract, resignation. in committee
HB1006 Virginia taxable income; corporations; deductions; business interest. in committee
HB1007 Sexually explicit instructional material; Board of Education; to establish policy. in committee
HB1008 RSUT; exemption for food purchased for human consumption and essential personal hygiene. in committee
HB1009 Sexually explicit instructional material; Board of Education; to establish policy. in committee
HB1010 Real property taxes; rate of increase. in committee
HB1011 Commissioner of Health; study of the occurrence of PFOA, PFOS, PFBA, PFHpA, PFHxS, PFNA. in committee
HB1012 Children; comprehensive health care coverage program. in committee
HB1013 Long-term care insurance; rate increases; notice requirements. in committee
HB1014 Charitable gaming; exemptions from certain requirements for specified organizations. in committee
HB1015 Protective orders; workplace violence. in committee
HB1016 Local land use approvals; extension of approvals to address the COVID-19 pandemic. in committee
HB1017 Overtime; compensable hours worked; compensatory time. in committee
HB1018 Failure to wear a seatbelt; primary offense. in committee
HB1019 Conveyance of easement and appurtenances. in committee
HB1020 Secretary of Administration; state agencies; telecommuting and alternative work schedules policy. in committee
HB1021 Alcoholic beverage control; definitions; designer and vintage spirit bottles. in committee
HB1022 Certain public elementary and secondary school students; excused absences; attendance at pow wow. in committee
HB1023 Certain family life education curricula; optional instruction on human trafficking. in committee
HB1024 Parental Choice Education Savings Accounts established. in committee
HB1025 Parental Choice Education Savings Accounts established. in committee
HB1026 Superintendent of Public Instruction; establishment of the Digital Citizenship, Internet Safety. in committee
HB1027 Financial institutions; sales-based financing providers. in committee
HB1028 Charter; Town of Lovettsville; Town Council; town officers and powers. in committee
HB1029 Wildlife Corridor Grant Fund; established; report. in committee
HB1030 Issuing citations; marijuana and certain traffic offenses. in committee
HB1031 Elections; local offices; reapportionment and redistricting; effect of certain changes. in committee
HB1032 Superintendent of Public Instruction and local school boards; standards for certain public schools. in committee
HB1033 Control of firearms by localities. in committee
HB1034 Department of Education; school boards; guidelines; provision of counseling services in schools. in committee
HB1035 State parks; free entry for veterans. in committee
HB1036 Local school boards; requirement for students to wear masks or other face coverings. in committee
HB1037 Emergency custody and temporary detention; transportation; transfer of custody. in committee
HB1038 Emergency rules, regulations, and orders; prohibition on mask mandates. in committee
HB1039 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders. in committee
HB1040 Minimum wage; small employers. in committee
HB1041 Public institutions of higher education; in-state tuition; children of active duty service members. in committee
HB1042 Workers' compensation; limitation upon filing a claim. in committee
HB1043 Child abuse and neglect; background check and training requirements for youth sports coaches. in committee
HB1044 Burial fees for military spouses. in committee
HB1045 Income tax subtraction; veteran retirement compensation. in committee
HB1046 Department of Medical Assistance Services; plan for a process to allow direct purchase. in committee
HB1047 Students who need or use augmentative and alternative communication; instruction; eligibility. in committee
HB1048 Death of the parent or guardian of a child resulting from driving under the influence. in committee
HB1049 Administration of government; language access equity, report. in committee
HB1050 Issuance of original driver's licenses to minors. in committee
HB1051 Protective orders; possession of firearms. in committee
HB1052 Broadband providers and public utilities; late payment fees restricted. in committee
HB1053 Local correctional facilities; fees. in committee
HB1054 Disaster or emergency; weather extremes; disconnection prohibitions for certain utilities. in committee
HB1055 Local government; employment of grant writer. in committee
HB1056 Workers' compensation; cancer presumption; service requirement. in committee
HB1057 Commission on Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the Commonwealth; report. in committee
HB1058 Interest on child support arrearages. in committee
HB1059 Suspension of the imposition of taxes on gasoline and diesel fuels; emergency. in committee
HB1060 Receipt of critically missing adult reports; Virginia Critically Missing Adult Alert Program. in committee
HB1061 Breeding dogs or cats for foreign animal testing facility prohibited; penalty. in committee
HB1062 Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; notice; sale of manufactured home park. in committee
HB1063 Public accommodations, employment, and housing; prohibited discrimination on the basis of religion. in committee
HB1064 Public School Trades Incentive Fund and Program; created and established. in committee
HB1065 Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; notice of intent to sell. in committee
HB1066 Notice of probate; exception to notice. in committee
HB1067 Enhanced Nutrient Removal Certainty Program; Fredericksburg wastewater treatment facility. in committee
HB1068 Public elementary and secondary schools; curricula and instruction. in committee
HB1069 Income tax subtraction; veteran retirement compensation. in committee
HB1070 Fund to Assist Localities with Translation of Essential Information; established. in committee
HB1071 Hospitals; debt collection; determination of patient eligibility for financial assistance. in committee
HB1072 Golf carts and utility vehicles; operation of vehicles on public highways in Town of Smithfield . in committee
HB1073 Probation, revocation, and suspension of sentence; penalty. in committee
HB1074 Rabies vaccination; titer test; certification. in committee
HB1075 Health care provider panels; vertically integrated carriers, reimbursements to providers. in committee
HB1076 Local cigarette tax; unsold inventory. in committee
HB1077 Paternity; genetic tests to determine parentage; relief from paternity; certain actions; penalty. in committee
HB1078 Limitations on use or transfer of firearms. in committee
HB1079 Local department; human resources. in committee
HB1080 Sex offenders in emergency shelters; notification registration; penalty. in committee
HB1081 Health insurance; calculation of enrollee's contribution, high deductible health plan. in committee
HB1082 Elections; time of certain local elections. in committee
HB1083 Tax assessments; notices. in committee
HB1084 License taxes, local; limitation of authority. in committee
HB1085 Peninsula Airport Commission. in committee
HB1086 Death of joint petitioner prior to entry of final order of adoption. in committee
HB1087 Solar photovoltaic projects; local taxation for projects less than five megawatts. in committee
HB1088 Planning; subdivision of land and zoning. in committee
HB1089 Paraquat information. in committee
HB1090 Voter identification; identification containing a photograph required. in committee
HB1091 Virginia Public Procurement Act; project labor agreements. in committee
HB1092 Nonrepairable and rebuilt vehicles; sunset. in committee
HB1093 Public elementary and secondary education; school boards and employees; cultural competency. in committee
HB1094 Fair Repair Act; access to diagnostics, tools, service documentation, and firmware; penalties. in committee
HB1095 Health care; decision making; end of life; penalties. in committee
HB1096 Law-enforcement officers; retired law-enforcement officers; carrying a firearm . in committee
HB1097 Fair Housing Law; exemptions; tenant's source of funds. in committee
HB1098 Department of Medical Assistance Services; payment of medical assistance for obesity prevention. in committee
HB1099 Retail sales & use tax, additional local; use of revenues for construction or renovation of schools. in committee
HB1100 Public elementary and secondary school buildings; standards for maintenance, operations, etc. in committee
HB1101 Election officials, state and local; acceptance of certain gifts and funding prohibited. in committee
HB1102 Gubernatorial appointments to boards; membership and terms. in committee
HB1103 Sports betting. in committee
HB1104 Telework expenses tax credit. in committee
HB1105 Practitioners, licensed; continuing education related to implicit bias and cultural competency. in committee
HB1106 Produce Rx Program established; report. in committee
HB1107 Hospitals; direct readmission of certain postpartum patients. in committee
HB1108 Public schools; instruction concerning gambling. in committee
HB1109 Elections; time of certain local elections. in committee
HB1110 Local school boards; grievance procedure for certain employees; timing of resolution of disputes. in committee
HB1111 Health insurance; coverage for proton therapy. in committee
HB1112 Department of Motor Vehicles; fishing licenses. in committee
HB1113 Transportation funding; statewide prioritization process. in committee
HB1114 Additional real property tax on commercial and industrial property in certain localities. in committee
HB1115 Juvenile justice; human trafficking screening. in committee
HB1116 Child abuse and neglect; valid complaint. in committee
HB1117 Portsmouth, City of; amending charter, changes to process for recall of elective officers. in committee
HB1118 Earned sentence credits. in committee
HB1119 Pensions; loss of benefits for certain felony convictions. in committee
HB1120 Public institutions of higher education; admission, in-state tuition, and tuition waivers. in committee
HB1121 Income tax, state; pass-through entities. in committee
HB1122 Certain manufactured homes; recordation as real property; release of manufactured home records. in committee
HB1123 Illegal gambling and unlawful gaming; Illegal Gambling and Unlawful Gaming Investigation Unit. in committee
HB1124 Board of Education; school boards; codes of student conduct; contents. in committee
HB1125 School boards; parental notification of certain incidents, Alyssa's law- silent panic alarms. in committee
HB1126 Public education; parental rights; access to certain facilities and accommodations. in committee
HB1127 Sports betting; allows betting on Virginia college sports. in committee
HB1128 Income tax, state; military benefits subtraction. in committee
HB1129 School safety audits; law-enforcement officers. in committee
HB1130 Law-enforcement officers, retired sworn; purchase of service handguns or other weapons. in committee
HB1131 Virginia Code Commission; work group to review public notices required to be published. in committee
HB1132 Payment of small amounts to certain persons without involvement of fiduciary; threshold. in committee
HB1133 Nondiscrimination in places of public accommodation, definitions. in committee
HB1134 Casino gaming; eligible host cities, limits on local referendums. in committee
HB1135 Standards of Quality; DoE to oversee work-based learning, teacher leaders and mentors. in committee
HB1136 Commission on Updating Virginia Law to Reflect Federal Recognition of Virginia Tribes; established. in committee
HB1137 Exemptions. in committee
HB1138 Loudoun County School Board; staggering of member terms; lot drawing; timeframe. in committee
HB1139 Candidates for office; candidate for multiple offices at any one election. in committee
HB1140 Voter registration; cancellation of registration; notice requirement. in committee
HB1141 Absentee voting; return of absentee ballots, drop-off locations. in committee
HB1142 Virginia Community Policing Act; collection of data and reporting requirements. in committee
HB1143 Virginia Overtime Wage Act; clarifies term 'employee.' in committee
HB1144 Gasoline and diesel fuel; lowers the rate of tax on July 1, 2022. in committee
HB1145 Civil actions; health care bills and records. in committee
HB1146 Commercial driver's license; authorizes school boards to issue skills test certificate, etc. in committee
HB1147 Temporary detention; alternative custody. in committee
HB1148 Driver's license and learner's permit renewal; certain older applicants. in committee
HB1149 Virginia Children's Cabinet. in committee
HB1150 Commercial sex trafficking, prostitution, etc.; mistake of age defense. in committee
HB1151 Virginia Motor Vehicle Warranty Enforcement Act. in committee
HB1152 Sales and use tax; agricultural exemptions. in committee
HB1153 Mortgage brokers; dual compensation. in committee
HB1154 Retail sales and use tax; exemption; aircraft parts; sunset. in committee
HB1155 Sales and use tax; media-related exemptions. in committee
HB1156 Private family leave insurance. in committee
HB1157 Attorneys for the Commonwealth; compensation and collection of fees. in committee
HB1158 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; Virginia Initiative for Education and Work; sanctions. in committee
HB1159 Virginia Housing Trust Fund; recommendations for increase in allocation of funds. in committee
HB1160 Health care providers and grocery store workers, etc.; employers to provide paid sick leave. in committee
HB1161 Virginia Public Procurement Act; required contract provisions; prohibition. in committee
HB1162 Health insurance; discrimination prohibited against covered entities and contract pharmacies. in committee
HB1163 Virginia Beach, City of; amending charter, expands board of equalization. in committee
HB1164 Composite index of local ability-to-pay; use value of real estate in certain localities. in committee
HB1165 Nolle prosequi or dismissal without prejudice prior to preliminary hearing; subsequent indictment. in committee
HB1166 Capitol Square and the surrounding area, etc.; carrying a firearm or explosive material within area. in committee
HB1167 Tax credits; vested interest. in committee
HB1168 Real property tax; exemption for disabled veterans and surviving spouses. in committee
HB1169 Health insurance; association health plans. in committee
HB1170 Appomattox, Town of; amending charter, election and appointment of officers. in committee
HB1171 Commonwealth Clean Energy Financing Authority and Fund; established. in committee
HB1172 Certified recovery residences. in committee
HB1173 Fair Labor Standards Act; overtime, employer liability. in committee
HB1174 Health carriers; denial of coverage; quarterly report. in committee
HB1175 Snare traps; prohibition. in committee
HB1176 Snare traps; prohibits use of traps to hunt or kill game animals. in committee
HB1177 Virginia Digital Service established; duties. in committee
HB1178 Department of Labor and Industry; seizure first aid information. in committee
HB1179 Virginia Asian American, Pacific Islander, Latino, and Indigenous Education Advisory Board. in committee
HB1180 Substance abuse services providers; assessment; tobacco use. in committee
HB1181 Right to counsel; target of investigation. in committee
HB1182 Fraud-related crimes; penalties. in committee
HB1183 Operating motor vehicle with accumulated snow or ice; penalty. in committee
HB1184 Public schools; English language learners. in committee
HB1185 Local tax; solar facility exemption. in committee
HB1186 Mental Health Care Coordinator; position created in DVS, report. in committee
HB1187 Out-of-state health care practitioners; temporary authorization to practice. in committee
HB1188 Board of Education; appointment of nonvoting student advisor. in committee
HB1189 Special license plates; former members of the Virginia General Assembly. in committee
HB1190 Motor vehicle sales and use tax; definition of sale price. in committee
HB1191 Marcus alert system; optional participation. in committee
HB1192 Marijuana cultivation facility licenses; preference for certain Virginia farmers. in committee
HB1193 Department of Medical Assistance Services; coordinated specialty care; work group established. in committee
HB1194 Industrial Development and Revenue Bond Act; legislative intent; affordable housing grants. in committee
HB1195 Commission on Social Media; report. in committee
HB1196 Workers' compensation; domestic service employees. in committee
HB1197 Secretariat agency responsibilities; Department of Juvenile Justice. in committee
HB1198 Attorney General; instituting or conducting criminal prosecutions for certain acts of violence. in committee
HB1199 Tobacco products tax; remote retail sales. in committee
HB1200 Landfill siting; proximity to private wells. in committee
HB1201 Unemployment compensation; disqualification for benefits; misconduct. in committee
HB1202 Conformity with the Internal Revenue Code; cannabis licensees. in committee
HB1203 Mental Health Care Coordinator; position created in DVS, report. in committee
HB1204 Renewable energy certificates; authority to issue. in committee
HB1205 Division of Legislative Automated Systems; duties; cybersecurity department. in committee
HB1206 Fort Monroe Authority; duties; facilities management. in committee
HB1207 Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services; training; powers and duties of guardian. in committee
HB1208 Jail authorities; superintendent designating jail officers with internal investigations authority. in committee
HB1209 Prohibition on use of show-up identification by law-enforcement officers. in committee
HB1210 Historic preservation; filing of a historic designation application. in committee
HB1211 Opioid Abatement Authority; Board of Directors; members. in committee
HB1212 Guardianship and conservatorship; notice of hearing. in committee
HB1213 Minor victims of sex trafficking; arrest and prosecution; services. in committee
HB1214 Damage to motor vehicles; catalytic converter; penalties. in committee
HB1215 Physical education; public safety training. in committee
HB1216 Housing authorities law; powers of legal entity; use of funds and tax credits. in committee
HB1217 Virginia local journalism sustainability credits. in committee
HB1218 Towing enforcement. in committee
HB1219 Historic rehabilitation tax credit. in committee
HB1220 Right to work; repeals provisions of Code that refers to denial or abridgement. in committee
HB1221 Hospitals; charity care policies; meaningful access; individuals with low English proficiency. in committee
HB1222 Revocation of driver's licenses; completion of specialty dockets. in committee
HB1223 Scenic river designation; North Fork of the Shenandoah River. in committee
HB1224 Stormwater management; proprietary best management practices. in committee
HB1225 Energy performance-based contracts; roof replacement. in committee
HB1226 Public institutions of higher education; tenured professors; in-person teaching. in committee
HB1227 Housing authorities; appointment of commissioners; exception. in committee
HB1228 Water quality; baseline conditions. in committee
HB1229 Electronic toll collection device; notifications. in committee
HB1230 Conducting charitable gaming; location requirement. in committee
HB1231 Tangible personal property taxes; valuation of property. in committee
HB1232 Behavioral Health Commission; membership. in committee
HB1233 Elections; local officers; election and terms of mayor and city council for cities and towns. in committee
HB1234 Limitations on enforcement of judgments; extensions and renewals. in committee
HB1235 Conditional release of geriatric prisoners. in committee
HB1236 Summons for unlawful detainer; notice; adverse employment actions prohibited. in committee
HB1237 Definition of trust business. in committee
HB1238 Valluvar Highway. in committee
HB1239 Tangible personal property, machinery and tools and merchants' capital article 1. in committee
HB1240 Counseling, Board of; licensure of professional counselors without examination. in committee
HB1241 Pretrial Intervention and Diversion Program. in committee
HB1242 Probation violations; periods of probation and suspension; technical violations. in committee
HB1243 Health insurance; coverage for breast cancer screenings; mammography facilities. in committee
HB1244 State Corporation Commission; electric vehicle charging infrastructure and rooftop solar energy. in committee
HB1245 Nurse practitioners; practice without a practice agreement; repeal sunset. introduced
HB1246 Public elementary and secondary schools; students; digital tools; accessibility. introduced
HB1247 Prohibition of killing contests. introduced
HB1248 Juveniles; adjudication of delinquency. introduced
HB1249 Food donations; labeling; liability. introduced
HB1250 Alcoholic beverage control; marketplace facilitator license. introduced
HB1251 Alcoholic beverage control; operation of government stores; sale of nonalcoholic spirits. introduced
HB1252 General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; prohibited conduct; ownership of certain securities. introduced
HB1253 Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation; licensure by apprenticeship. introduced
HB1254 Claims; Eric Weakley; compensation for wrongful incarceration. introduced
HB1255 Claims; Lamar Barnes; compensation for wrongful incarceration. introduced
HB1256 Charter; Town of Chase City; municipal elections. introduced
HB1257 Natural gas utilities; retail supply choice. introduced
HB1258 Charter; Town of La Crosse; municipal elections. introduced
HB1259 Consumer Data Protection Act; sensitive data. introduced
HB1260 Guardianship; procedures for restriction of communication, visitation, or interaction. introduced
HB1261 State environmental boards. introduced
HB1262 Constitutional officers; form of ballot, party identification of candidates on ballots. introduced
HB1263 Claims; Paul Jonas Crum, Jr.; compensation introduced
HB1264 New Economy Workforce Credential Grant Program; eligible institutions; maximum reimbursement. introduced
HB1265 Department of Housing and Community Development; broadband affordability plan. introduced
HJ1 Commending James Carmon Stutts. passed house
HJ2 Celebrating the life of George Millard Harvey, Sr. passed house
HJ3 United States Constitution; application for a convention of the states. in committee
HJ4 Student-Athlete Mental Health Awareness Day; designating as May 27, 2022 and each succeeding year. in committee
HJ5 Health-related social need; Jt. Com. on Health Care to study benefit of hospitals, etc. addressing. in committee
HJ6 Daylight saving time; Secretary of Commerce and Trade to study the effects on the Commonwealth. in committee
HJ7 Nitrous oxide; VSCC to study whether sale should be prohibited by retailers of tobacco, etc. in committee
HJ8 Celebrating the life of James Anthony Sisk. passed house
HJ9 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote (second reference). in committee
HJ10 Commending Feeding Southwest Virginia. passed house
HJ11 Workers' compensation; study on prohibition on charging premiums for bonus pay, vacations, etc. in committee
HJ12 Celebrating the life of William Lee Allen, Sr. passed house
HJ13 Celebrating the life of Peggy Gray Williams. passed house
HJ14 Celebrating the life of Madison Taylor Wessells. passed house
HJ15 Celebrating the life of Winter Calvert Cullen III. passed house
HJ16 Coastal Flooding, Joint Subcommittee studying; continued, appropriation. in committee
HJ17 Agrippa Hull Day; designating as May 21, 2022, and in each succeeding year thereafter. in committee
HJ18 Usher Syndrome Awareness Day; designating as third Saturday in September, 2022. in committee
HJ19 Public education; Department of Education to study purpose and goals. in committee
HJ20 Commending The Arc of Northern Virginia. passed house
HJ21 General Assembly; providing for a Joint Assembly and 2022 Session schedule. passed senate
HJ22 General Assembly; 2023 Session prefiling schedule. passed senate
HJ23 General Assembly; notifying Governor of organization. passed senate
HJ24 Study; JLARC; increasing the progressivity of Virginia's individual income tax system; report. in committee
HJ25 Study; JLARC; efficiency of the legislative system; report. in committee
HJ26 World Polio Day; designating as October 24, 2022, and each succeeding year thereafter. in committee
HJ27 William R. Harvey Day; designating as January 29, 2023, and each succeeding year thereafter. in committee
HJ28 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote (second reference). in committee
HJ29 Constitutional amendment; Literary Fund, exemption for certain asset forfeiture (first reference). in committee
HJ30 Study; joint subcommittee; emergence and integration of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency. in committee
HJ31 Study; JLARC; true cost of education; at-risk add-on and composite index of local ability-to-pay. in committee
HJ32 Study; Joint Commission on Technology and Science; semiconductor industry expansion; report. in committee
HJ33 Study; Department of Transportation; U.S. Route 50; report. in committee
HJ34 Commending George Mason University. introduced
HJ35 Commending Davis Grant. passed house
HJ36 Commending Gay Gardner. passed house
HJ37 Commending the Amherst High School softball team. passed house
HJ38 Commending the Parry McCluer High School boys' basketball team. passed house
HJ39 Commending Keira Carlstrom D'Amato. passed house
HJ40 Commending the Fauquier Chamber of Commerce. passed house
HJ41 Commending Michael E. Karmis. passed house
HJ42 Commending Families for Safe Streets. passed house
HJ43 Commending amateur radio operators in Virginia. passed house
HJ44 Commending Mary Ann Curtin. introduced
HJ45 Celebrating the life of Linwood Harper. passed house
HJ46 Celebrating the life of Robert Edward Isaac. passed house
HJ47 Celebrating the life of Steven C. Gardner. passed house
HJ48 Celebrating the life of Joseph Toney, Jr. passed house
HJ49 Celebrating the life of Keith Allen Compton. passed house
HJ50 Celebrating the life of Kenneth Gene Fannon. passed house
HJ51 Celebrating the life of Officer Michael D. Chandler. introduced
HJ52 Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission; study; Commonwealth's public health system. in committee
HJ53 Study; continuing the Joint Subcommittee to Study Comprehensive Campaign Finance Reform; report. in committee
HJ54 Study; JLARC; workforce development in the Commonwealth; report. in committee
HJ55 Study; Albemarle-Pamlico Watershed; report. in committee
HJ56 Study; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission; common interest communities; report. in committee
HJ57 Constitutional amendment; marriage; fundamental right to marry, same-sex marriage prohibition. in committee
HJ58 Constitutional amendment (first reference); taxation and finance; longtime owner-occupant tax reli in committee
HJ59 Study; OES to study feasibility of establishing a uniform electronic filing system for all state c in committee
HJ60 Constitutional amendment (first reference); qualified immunity for government officials. in committee
HJ61 Study; staffing levels, employment conditions, and compensation at Virginia Department of Correcti in committee
HJ62 Study; JLARC; Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; report. in committee
HJ63 Legal gaming; JLARC to study whether stand-alone oversight agcy. would allow more focused oversight. in committee
HJ64 Local History Month; designating as October 2022 and each succeeding year thereafter. in committee
HJ65 Constitutional amendment (first reference); education; state appropriations to private schools. in committee
HJ66 Constitutional amendment (first reference); limitations on power of the General Assembly; parole. in committee
HJ67 Commending the Patrick Henry High School boys' volleyball team. passed house
HJ68 Commending Loren Messick LaPorte. passed house
HJ69 Commending Daphne Tamara Fulson. passed house
HJ70 Celebrating the life of Joseph Carlo Manolo. introduced
HJ71 Study; Apprenticeship Council; electric vehicle charging infrastructure apprenticeship programs. in committee
HJ72 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote (second reference). in committee
HJ73 Study; JLARC; effects of gun violence on communities; report. in committee
HJ74 Food Allergy Awareness Month; designating as May 2022 and each succeeding year thereafter. in committee
HJ75 Black Business Month; designating as August 2022 and each succeeding year thereafter. in committee
HJ76 Study; Northern Virginia regional transit plan; report. in committee
HJ77 Constitutional amendment; environmental justice (first reference). in committee
HJ78 State Funeral; World War II Medal of Honor recipient. in committee
HJ79 Constitutional amendment (first reference); real property tax exemption; surviving spouses. in committee
HJ80 Inflammatory Breast Cancer Awareness Day; designating as October 4, 2022, & each succeeding year. in committee
HJ81 Inaugural committee; established. passed senate
HJ82 Arab American Heritage Month; designating as April 2022 and each succeeding year thereafter. in committee
HJ83 Constitutional amendment (first reference); taxation; property tax exemption; surviving spouses. in committee
HJ84 Study; Department of Education; root causes of public school bus driver shortages. in committee
HJ85 Study; Department of Medical Assistance Services; report. in committee
HJ86 Study; JLARC; development of strategic plan for regional solid waste disposal; Southwest Virginia. in committee
HJ87 Study; JLARC; Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority (VEDP); construction industry. in committee
HJ88 Study; Virginia State Crime Commission; hate crimes and bias-motivated acts directed toward Asians. in committee
HJ89 Commending the Mountain Mission School. passed house
HJ90 Commending Terry Tilley. passed house
HJ91 Commending Cedarfield. passed house
HJ92 Commending Linda Toney. passed house
HJ93 Commending the Honorable Marcus H. Long, Jr. passed house
HJ94 Commending Shawn Weneta. passed house
HJ95 Celebrating the life of Paul Allen Duncan. passed house
HJ96 Constitutional amendment; real prop. tax exemption for certain spouses of members of armed forces. in committee
HJ97 Commending the Monument Terrace 'Support Our Troops' rallies. passed house
HJ98 Commending Antioch Baptist Church. passed house
HJ99 Celebrating the life of Thomas Michael Simcoe. introduced
HJ100 Resolution; Vision Zero. in committee
HJ101 Celebrating the life of Jameel Jalal Abed. introduced
HJ102 Celebrating the life of Donald Lee Lambert, Jr. introduced
HJ103 Celebrating the life of Julia Ann Greenwood. introduced
HJ104 Commending Lynchburg Daily Bread, Inc. introduced
HJ105 Celebrating the life of Barry K. Jett. introduced
HJ106 Commending the Riverheads High School football team. introduced
HJ107 Commending Mike Williams. introduced
HJ108 Commending David L. Hagan. introduced
HJ109 Commending Larry J. Shelor. introduced
HJ110 Commending Penny Halpern. introduced
HJ111 Celebrating the life of Aubrey Mae Stanley, Jr. introduced
HJ112 Study; Department of Transportation; transit equity and engagement opportunities for people. in committee
HJ113 Celebrating the life of Ferdinand C. Dugan III. introduced
HJ114 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Arthur R. Giesen, Jr. introduced
HJ115 Celebrating the life of Dr. Henry Irving Willett, Jr. introduced
HJ116 Commending the Glen Allen High School boys' volleyball team. introduced
HJ117 Commending Richard D. Holcomb. introduced
HJ118 Confirming appointments by the Joint Committee on Rules and the Speaker of the House of Delegates. in committee
HJ119 Commending Derek Wray. introduced
HJ120 Commending civil servants in Virginia's court system. introduced
HJ121 Commending Old Dominion. introduced
HJ122 Commending the Norfolk State University baseball team. introduced
HJ123 Commending Robert L. Dandridge, Jr. introduced
HJ124 Commending Grant Holloway. introduced
HJ125 Commending Michael Cherry. introduced
HJ126 Commending the Norfolk State University men's basketball team. introduced
HJ127 Celebrating the life of Claire Robinson Askew. introduced
HJ128 Jones Act; expresses sense of the General Assembly to support Act. in committee
HJ129 Commending Robert Casto. introduced
HJ130 Commending Dan Banister. introduced
HJ131 Celebrating the life of Margaret Ann Poe. introduced
HJ132 Celebrating the life of Joanne Suschinski Smoot. introduced
HJ133 African Diaspora Heritage Month; designating as September 2022 and each succeeding year thereafter. in committee
HJ134 Celebrating the life of Deborah Lyvonne Hunt Johnson. introduced
HJ135 World Parkinson's Day. introduced
HR1 Celebrating the life of Sally Lamb. introduced
HR2 Commending the Honorable M. Kirkland Cox. passed house
HR3 Establishing the Rules of the House of Delegates for the 22- 2023 Sessions of the General Assembly. passed house
HR4 Salaries, contingent and incidental expenses. passed house
HR5 Celebrating the life of Frank Clifford Doczi. passed house
HR6 House of Delegates; portrait of the former Speaker. in committee
HR7 Tribal nations; acknowledging harmful history and policies in the Commonwealth. in committee
HR8 Commending the King William High School football team. introduced
HR9 Falun Gong; Persecution by Chinese Communist Party. in committee
# Title Status
SB1 Paid family and medical leave program; Virginia Employment Commission required to establish. in committee
SB2 School principals; incident reports. in committee
SB3 Absentee voting; ballots to be sorted and results to be reported by precinct. in committee
SB4 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders. in committee
SB5 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; Virginia Parole Board member votes. in committee
SB6 Judges; increases from six to seven the maximum number in the Thirty-first Judicial Circuit. passed committee
SB7 Income tax, state; Virginia's standard deduction equivalent to federal standard deduction. in committee
SB8 Hunting on Sundays; permits hunting on public or private land, etc. passed committee
SB9 Eminent domain; payment of judgment, attorney fees. passed committee
SB10 Power of attorney; termination, conviction of agent for certain offenses. incorporated
SB11 Income tax, state; increases standard deduction for single and married filers. in committee
SB12 Taxes, local; surplus revenues. in committee
SB13 Energy performance-based contracts; roof replacement. passed committee
SB14 Prescription drug donation program; Bd. of Pharmacy shall convene a work group to evaluate. passed senate
SB15 Insurance; paid family leave. in committee
SB16 Income tax, state; Education Improvement Scholarships tax credits. in committee
SB17 Virginia Retirement System; employment of retired law-enforcement officers. in committee
SB18 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school security officers. in committee
SB19 Gifts of real estate; requirements. in committee
SB20 Transgender students; treatment, model policies. in committee
SB21 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote (voter referendum). passed committee
SB22 American Revolution 250 Commission; adds four legislative members to the Commission. in committee
SB23 Historical African American cemeteries and graves; qualified organization. in committee
SB24 Eviction Diversion Pilot Program; extends sunset date, report. in committee
SB25 Cigarette tax, local; tax increase payment on unsold inventory. passed committee
SB26 Gold, silver, and platinum bullion, etc.; removes sunset date for the sales tax exemption. in committee
SB27 Income tax, state; credits for Neighborhood Assistance Program & Education Improvement Scholarships. in committee
SB28 Virginia Business Ready Sites Program Fund; created. in committee
SB29 Budget Bill. in committee
SB30 Budget Bill. in committee
SB31 Virginia Land Conservation Foundation and Fund; appropriation for Fund in budget bill, etc. passed committee
SB32 Overweight vehicle permits; increases maximum extension of existing weight limits. in committee
SB33 Arland D. Williams Jr. Mem. Bridge; added to bridges subject to Potomac River Bridge Towing Compact. incorporated
SB34 Electronic credentials; discretionary fee, up to $10 per year, assessed by DMV for each individual. in committee
SB35 Comprehensive plan approval; allows planning commission to extend 60-day period if applicant agrees. passed committee
SB36 School principals; incident reports. in committee
SB37 Sales tax; authorizes additional local tax for constructing, etc., schools in Isle of Wight County. passed committee
SB38 Capitol Square Preservation Council; powers and duties, review and approval of plans for changes. in committee
SB39 Constitutional officers; form of ballot, party identification of candidates on ballots. passed committee
SB40 Assisted living facilities; involuntary discharge, safeguards for residents. in committee
SB41 Larceny of a catalytic converter; penalty. in committee
SB42 Health insurance wellness programs; encouraging individuals to receive COVID-19 vaccine. passed committee
SB43 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; county and city enforcement. in committee
SB44 Campaign contribution limits; contributions that exceed $20,000. dead
SB45 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. in committee
SB46 Emergency and quarantine orders, certain; additional procedural requirements. in committee
SB47 Income tax, state; increases the aggregate annual limit on housing opportunity tax credits. in committee
SB48 Aging, Commonwealth Council on; required to submit an annual report. passed senate
SB49 Critically missing adult; clarifies definition. passed senate
SB50 De minimis subaqueous disturbances; no permit required. in committee
SB51 Small Estate Act; payment of funeral expenses. in committee
SB52 Utilities, certain; pro rata reimbursements for installation. in committee
SB53 Chesapeake, City of; local government authority to require analysis of water. passed senate
SB54 Chesapeake Airport Authority; removes language Authority authorizing language related to removal of. passed committee
SB55 Death certificates; State Registrar to amend certificates after receiving corrected information. in subcommittee
SB56 Foster Care Prevention program; established. passed committee
SB57 Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; definition of gift, certain tickets, etc. in committee
SB58 Portsmouth, City of; amending charters, recall of elective officers. in committee
SB59 Law enforcement, local; relinquishing certain records when department is dissolved. in committee
SB60 Political subdivisions; powers and duties, emergency management assessment. in committee
SB61 Firearms; concealed carry for law-enforcement officers, attorneys for the Commonwealth, etc. in committee
SB62 School Health Services Committee; established, report, sunset provision. in committee
SB63 Abuse and neglect of a child; safe haven defense. in committee
SB64 Proceeds of compromise agreements; investment in college savings trust accounts for minors. passed committee
SB65 Alcoholic beverage control; distiller licenses to allow Internet orders and shipments. in subcommittee
SB66 Elections; filling vacancies in the General Assembly, certain vacancies to be filled within 30 days. in committee
SB67 Campaign finance; political action committees, certain large pre-election expenditures. in committee
SB68 Provisional teacher licensure; teachers licensed or certified to teach outside of United States. in subcommittee
SB69 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; prohibited provisions in rental agreements. in committee
SB70 Virginia Retirement System; employer contributions. in committee
SB71 Virginia National Guard; institutions of higher education, tuition grants. in committee
SB72 Virginia Museum of Transportation; established, report. in subcommittee
SB73 COVID-19; prescriptions for hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin for treatment. in committee
SB74 Firearms; control by localities of possession or carrying. in committee
SB75 Capitol Square and the surrounding area, etc.; carrying a firearm or explosive material within area. in committee
SB76 Historical African American cemeteries and graves; qualified organization. in committee
SB77 Real property tax; assessment cycles by counties. passed committee
SB78 Driver education programs; parent/student driver education component. in subcommittee
SB79 Class 1 felonies; mandatory minimum term of imprisonment for life. dead
SB80 Election officials, state and local; acceptance of certain gifts and funding prohibited. in committee
SB81 Air Pollution Control Board; consideration of certain facts and circumstances. in committee
SB82 City reversion; disposition of police motorcycles. passed committee
SB83 Judicial retirement; increases mandatory judicial age from 73 to 75. dead
SB84 New College Institute; noncredit workforce training. in committee
SB85 Martinsville, City of; approval of voters before city can revert to town status, sunset provision. in committee
SB86 Primitive campgrounds; sewer system and toilet requirements. in committee
SB87 Dealers; prohibits sale of dogs or cats for experimental purposes. in committee
SB88 Breeders of cats and dogs; records of animals sold or transferred to animal testing facility. in committee
SB89 Pet shops; sale of unneutered or unspayed dogs and cats prohibited, penalty. in committee
SB90 Breeders of dogs and cats for animal testing facilities; adoption of dogs and cats. in committee
SB91 Clarksville, Town of; amending charter, various changes to municipal elections. in committee
SB92 Blackstone, Town of; amending charter, updates election provisions. in committee
SB93 Commonwealth of Virginia Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2022, created. passed committee
SB94 Internal Revenue Code; conformity of the Commonwealth's taxation system. in committee
SB95 Governor; appointment of chief of staff and Governor's Secretaries. dead
SB96 Gaming; use of the name of Virginia or the Commonwealth, civil penalty. in committee
SB97 Occoquan, Town of; new charter, previous charter repealed except section 2. in committee
SB98 Summons; promise to appear after issuance. in committee
SB99 Grottoes, Town of; new charter, previous charter repealed. in committee
SB100 Licensed programs, DBHDS; cardiopulmonary resuscitation for program participants. in subcommittee
SB101 Retail Sales and Use Tax; extends media-related exemptions. in committee
SB102 Arrest warrant; criminal acts committed during a close pursuit. passed committee
SB103 Shipping and Logistics Headquarters Grant Program; updates certain provisions. in committee
SB104 Mandatory minimum sentences; elimination, modification of sentence to mandatory minimum term. passed committee
SB105 Law-enforcement officers; unlawful stops of motor vehicles. passed committee
SB106 Retired circuit and district court judges under recall; evaluation. passed committee
SB107 Marijuana tax; revenue allocations. in committee
SB108 Correctional facilities; prohibits use of isolated confinement. passed committee
SB109 Offenders under 21 years of age; parole. passed committee
SB110 Juvenile offenders; parole eligibility. passed committee
SB111 Campaign finance; candidate contribution limits, civil penalty. incorporated
SB112 Parole statutes; application for juveniles and persons committed upon certain felony offenses. in committee
SB113 Custody and visitation of a minor; grandparents petitions referred by court to mediation. in committee
SB114 Court-ordered custody and visitation arrangements; petition for visitation by grandparent. in committee
SB115 Capital outlay plan; repeals existing six-year capital outlay for projects to be funded. passed committee
SB116 Bicycle operators; failure to stop at a stop sign. in committee
SB117 Local school divisions; budget bill to include appropriation of surplus for operational costs. in committee
SB118 Voter identification; identification containing a photograph required to vote. incorporated
SB119 Involuntary temporary detention; disclosure of health records. in subcommittee
SB120 Public utilities; waste coal and certain coal-fired electric generating units. in committee
SB121 Contractors; exemption from licensure for work providing remodeling, etc., valued at $25,000, etc. passed committee
SB122 Killing the fetus of another; guilty of manslaughter, penalties. in committee
SB123 Criminal cases; sentencing by jury. dead
SB124 Misuse of power of attorney; financial exploitation of incapacitated adults, penalty. in committee
SB125 Public schools; regional charter school divisions. in committee
SB126 Abuse and neglect; financial exploitation, changes term incapacitated adults, penalties. in committee
SB127 Voter identification; identification containing a photograph required. dead
SB128 Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; redefines 'small business.' in committee
SB129 Cremate; expands definition, alkaline hydrolysis. in committee
SB130 Certificate of public need; conditions and licensure of nursing homes and hospitals, etc. in committee
SB131 Arland D. Williams Jr Mem. Bridge; added to Potomac River Bridge Towing Compact. passed committee
SB132 Smoking; local regulation in outdoor parks, recreation facilities, and playgrounds. in committee
SB133 Ballots; ballot fraud security measures. in committee
SB134 Juvenile and domestic relations district courts; raises maximum age for delinquency matters. in committee
SB135 Virginia Parole Board; increases membership, records, monthly report. in committee
SB136 Court-appointed counsel; increases statutory caps for fees paid in indigent cases. passed committee
SB137 Sentencing guidelines; written explanation, appeal. in committee
SB138 Discovery in criminal cases; copies of discovery for the accused. passed committee
SB139 Minors; issuance of original driver's licenses. passed senate
SB140 Smoke alarms; expands requirement to dwelling unit buildings. in committee
SB141 Boat ramps; removes authorization for Department of Wildlife Resources to charge a fee for use. passed committee
SB142 Land bank ordinances; disposition. passed committee
SB143 Court of Appeals of Virginia; makes various changes to procedures and jurisdiction of the Court. passed committee
SB144 Deceased or incompetent party; admissibility of statements. in committee
SB145 Uniform Statewide Building Code; issuance of permits, exemptions for alterations for projects. in committee
SB146 Prepared foods; certified food protection managers. in committee
SB147 Municipal elections; provisions relating to cities with a population greater than 200,000. dead
SB148 Public health emergencies; expands immunity for health care providers. in committee
SB149 Juvenile law-enforcement records; inspection of records. passed committee
SB150 DNA data bank sample tracking system; replaces certain references in Code. passed committee
SB151 Slavery & Subsqt. De Jure & De Facto Racial & Econ. Discrimination Against African Americans; study. in committee
SB152 FOIA and FOIA Advisory Council; definition of official public government website. in committee
SB153 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Secretary of; created. passed committee
SB154 Teachers; licensure by reciprocity for military spouses, timeline for determination. in subcommittee
SB155 Killing the fetus of another; guilty of manslaughter, penalties. in committee
SB156 Public schools; English language learners. in subcommittee
SB157 Public elementary and secondary schools; competitive compensation for certain positions. in subcommittee
SB158 Virginia Black, Indigenous, and People of Color Historic Preservation Fund; created. in committee
SB159 Higher educational institutions; debt collection, transcripts and diplomas. in committee
SB160 Electric utilities; clarifies definition of energy efficiency programs. in committee
SB161 Heat-related illness; DOE to develop guidelines on policies to inform & educate coaches & athletes. passed committee
SB162 Voter registration; verification of social security numbers, provisional registration status. dead
SB163 Surrogacy contracts; provisions requiring abortions or selective reductions unenforceable. passed committee
SB164 Appomattox, Town of; amending charter, election and appointment of officers. in committee
SB165 Jails, local; compensation for cost of incarceration. in committee
SB166 Emergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders. in committee
SB167 Voter registration; registration permitted up to and including the day of the election. dead
SB168 Voter identification; identification containing a photograph required. incorporated
SB169 Practical nurses, licensed; authority to pronounce death. in subcommittee
SB170 Statewide Telehealth Plan; emergency services coordination. in committee
SB171 Harmful algal bloom mitigation; Department of Health to develop and implement a plan. in committee
SB172 County boards of supervisors; salaries. passed committee
SB173 Minimum wage; removes certain provisions relating to increasing state wage. dead
SB174 Protective orders, permanent; contact between petitioner and respondent. in committee
SB175 Safe haven protections; newborn safety device at hospitals for reception of children. in committee
SB176 Emergency custody and temporary detention; transportation of person when transfer of custody. in committee
SB177 Human rights and fair housing; religious organizations, promotion of religious principles. in committee
SB178 Public school teachers; probationary term of service, grounds for dismissal, and dismissal hearings. in subcommittee
SB179 Virginia Human Rights Act; employee safety, definition changes. in committee
SB180 Exhaust systems; excessive noise. in committee
SB181 Workers' compensation; presumption as to death or disability from COVID-19, vaccine. in committee
SB182 Falls Church, City of; amending charter, qualifications of members of boards and commissions. in committee
SB183 Cemetery Board; appointment of receiver upon revocation or surrender of license to operate cemetery. passed committee
SB184 Forest Sustainability Fund; created. in committee
SB185 Income tax, state; extends sunset provision for major business facility job tax credit. in committee
SB186 Permanent farm use placard; an owner or lessee to obtain for vehicle from DMV. in committee
SB187 Nutrient credits; DEQ to accelerate release of credits generated by stream restoration project. in committee
SB188 Nutrient credit stream restoration projects; use of third-party long-term stewards. in committee
SB189 Employer-mandated vaccinations for COVID-19; discrimination prohibited, civil penalties. in committee
SB190 Local advisory referenda; exception to rule that prohibits referendum from being placed on ballot. dead
SB191 Criminal cases; increases compensation for experts. passed committee
SB192 Health director, local; qualifications. in subcommittee
SB193 Child day programs; licensure, accredited private schools. in subcommittee
SB194 Insurance; public adjusters, standards of conduct. passed committee
SB195 Group health benefit plans; bona fide associations, formation of benefits consortium. in committee
SB196 Alcoholic beverage control; tax allocation for funding the Virginia Spirits Promotion Fund. in subcommittee
SB197 Common interest communities; prohibition on refusal to recognize a licensed real estate broker. in committee
SB198 Disposition when defendant found incompetent; involuntary admission of the defendant. in committee
SB199 Public auction of personal property to satisfy lien; advertisement requirement, website. in committee
SB200 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; record exclusions, administrative investigations, etc. in committee
SB201 Hospitals; financial assistance for uninsured patient, payment plans. in committee
SB202 Alternative custody arrangements; options to increase use for certain individuals. in committee
SB203 Casino gaming; eligible host cities, limits on local referendums. in committee
SB204 Health care provider panels; vertically integrated carriers, reimbursements to providers. in committee
SB205 Certificate of public need; expedited review process for certain projects. in committee
SB206 Historic preservation; filing of a historic designation application. in committee
SB207 Law-enforcement officers, retired sworn; purchase of service handguns or other weapons. passed committee
SB208 Civil actions; standing. in committee
SB209 Lists of persons voting at elections; disclosure of individual voting history prohibited. dead
SB210 Virginia Public Procurement Act; public higher educational institutions, disclosure by offerors. in committee
SB211 Voter registration; lists of decedents transmitted to Department of Elections. passed committee
SB212 License plates, special; issuance to members of United States Navy. passed committee
SB213 Virginia Retirement System and local retirement systems; fossil fuel divestment, report. in committee
SB214 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; meetings conducted through electronic meetings. in committee
SB215 Electronic vehicle titling and registration; permits DMV to expand existing program. in committee
SB216 Motor vehicle dealers and manufacturers; compensation for recall, warranty, and maintenance. in committee
SB217 Property Owners' Association Act; access to records, generally accepted accounting principles. in committee
SB218 Local condemnation authority; locality may acquire property interests outside its boundaries, etc. in committee
SB219 Va. Employment Commission; administrative reforms, reporting requirements, electronic submissions. passed committee
SB220 State of good repair funds; bridges eligible for funding. in committee
SB221 Circuit court clerks; clerks to make their will indices available to public in online database, etc. passed committee
SB222 Campaign finance; mandatory electronic filing for all candidates. passed committee
SB223 Intercollegiate athletics; student-athletes, compensation and representation for name, image, etc. in committee
SB224 Lobbying; local government actions, notice and fee to clerk of governing body. in committee
SB225 Virginia Public Procurement Act; architectural and professional engineering term contracting. passed committee
SB226 Workers' compensation; notice to employees. in committee
SB227 Misdemeanor sexual offenses where the victim is a minor; statute of limitations, penalty. in committee
SB228 Children; use of communications systems to facilitate certain offenses, consecutive sentence. in committee
SB229 Persons with autism or intellectual disabilities; deferred disposition, offenses against minors. in committee
SB230 Liability for sale of alcohol to an impaired customer; injury to another person. in committee
SB231 Individuals with developmental disabilities; DMAS to amend waivers providing services, etc. in subcommittee
SB232 Individuals w/intellectual & developmental disabilities; DMAS to study options for virtual support. passed senate
SB233 Campaign finance; fundraising during special sessions prohibited. in committee
SB234 Absentee voting; permanent absentee voter list repealed. in committee
SB235 Voter registration; registration permitted up to and including the day of the election. in committee
SB236 Absentee voting; return of absentee ballots, drop-off locations. in committee
SB237 Mileage-based user fee program; protection of data. in committee
SB238 School division maintenance reserve tool; Department of Education to develop or adopt and maintain. passed committee
SB239 STEM+C; included in Standards of Learning. in subcommittee
SB240 Newspersons; crossing established police lines, exemption. in committee
SB241 Renal Disease Council and Renal Disease Council Fund; created, report. in subcommittee
SB242 Insurance; discrimination based on status as living organ donor prohibited. incorporated
SB243 End Stage Renal Disease Patient Navigator Network; established. in subcommittee
SB244 Organ donors; unpaid leave, civil penalty. incorporated
SB245 Public hospitals; medical debt collection practices. in committee
SB246 Law-enforcement officer; purpose of traffic stop. in committee
SB247 Careless driving; vulnerable road users. in committee
SB248 Composting; definition of anaerobic digestion. in committee
SB249 Sexual abuse of animals; penalty. in committee
SB250 Nonhazardous solid waste management facilities; increases the annual fees. in committee
SB251 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; funds for pedestrian and bicyclist projects. in committee
SB252 Mandatory minimum sentences; elimination, modification of sentence to mandatory minimum term. incorporated
SB253 Hampton, City of; amending charter, election and term dates. in committee
SB254 Alcoholic beverage control; delivery of alcoholic beverages, third-party delivery license. in subcommittee
SB255 Zoning; wireless communications infrastructure, application process. in committee
SB256 Va. National Guard; funding for active members, recruitment. in subcommittee
SB257 Counseling Compact; licensure of professional counselors. passed committee
SB258 Virginia Public Procurement Act; bid bonds, construction contracts. passed committee
SB259 Virginia Public Procurement Act; performance and payment bonds. in committee
SB260 H-2B employer-provided housing; registry. in subcommittee
SB261 Virginia STEM Education Advisory Board; comprehensive review of labor statistics categories. in subcommittee
SB262 Psilocybin or psilocyn; possession, civil penalty. in committee
SB263 Housing and Supportive Services ILT initiative; housing and services for older citizens. passed committee
SB264 Public employees; collective bargaining. stricken
SB265 Children who are deaf or hard of hearing; language development, assessment resources. in committee
SB266 Income tax, state; creates a nonrefundable tax credit for family caregivers. in committee
SB267 Electric cooperatives; rate adjustment clause, provision of broadband. in committee
SB268 Emergency custody and temporary detention; transportation, transfer of custody. in committee
SB269 Capitol Square and the surrounding area; carrying firearms, etc., in area. in committee
SB270 Administration of government; language access equity, report. passed committee
SB271 Living organ donors; discrimination prohibited, unpaid leave, civil penalty. passed committee
SB272 Lower carbon concrete; performance bonus for contractors to utilize approved products in projects. in committee
SB273 Absentee voting; verification by social security or driver's license number. in committee
SB274 Virginia Beach, City of; amending charter, expands board of equalization. in committee
SB275 Public school libraries; printed and audiovisual materials, selection, evaluation, checkout, etc. in subcommittee
SB276 School boards; unexpended local funds for capital projects. in subcommittee
SB277 DMV; applicants for driver's licenses, etc., to provide his race & ethnicity. in committee
SB278 Parking of vehicles; electric vehicle charging spots, signage for tow-away zone, civil penalties. passed senate
SB279 Vicious dogs; law-enforcement officer, etc., to apply to a magistrate for a summons, etc. in committee
SB280 Electric utilities; electric service reliability plan and report. in committee
SB281 Transit buses; exempts a manufacturer, etc., engaged in distribution from certain requirements. in committee
SB282 Public defender; supplementing compensation. in committee
SB283 Augusta County; removal of county courthouse, authorization by electorate. in committee
SB284 Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; landlord's noncompliance as defense to action. in committee
SB285 High school interscholastic athletic competition; prevention of hate speech, etc. in subcommittee
SB286 Historic districts; property survey. passed committee
SB287 School principals; incident reports. in committee
SB288 Income tax, state and corporate; deduction for business interest disallowed. in committee
SB289 Workers' compensation; anxiety disorder or depressive disorder incurred by law-enforcement, etc. in committee
SB290 State agencies and localities; solar-ready roof requirements, etc. in committee
SB291 Service of process; investigator employed by an attorney for the Commonwealth, etc. passed committee
SB292 Maury River; extends portion previously designated as scenic river by an additional 23.2 miles. in committee
SB293 Certificate of public need; conditions related to inpatient psychiatric services and facilities. in committee
SB294 Bath County; fee for solid waste disposal. passed committee
SB295 Behavioral health dockets; responsibilities of local pretrial services officers. in committee
SB296 Sentencing proceeding by jury after conviction; relevant mitigating evidence. in committee
SB297 Health care providers; stay of debt collection activities, prohibited practice. in committee
SB298 Sales and use tax, local; additional tax in City of Charlottesville to support schools. passed committee
SB299 Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Victim Fund; purpose, fee apportionment. passed committee
SB300 Opiate addiction; providers of treatment, elimination of location restriction. in subcommittee
SB301 Commercial driver's license examinations; school boards authorized to issue certificates. in committee
SB302 Permanently incapacitated persons; natural guardianship. in committee
SB303 Mortgage brokers; dual compensation. passed committee
SB304 Electric utilities; energy storage capacity requirements, certain facilities. in committee
SB305 Food manufacturers; operating in historic buildings. in committee
SB306 Voting systems; reporting absentee results by precinct. in committee
SB307 Kinship foster care; notice and appeal. passed committee
SB308 Gubernatorial appointments to boards; membership and terms. passed committee
SB309 Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, certain restrictive provisions. in committee
SB310 Plastic firearms and unfinished frames, etc.; manufacture, import, sale, transfer, etc., penalties. in committee
SB311 Real property; title insurance and duty to disclose ownership interest and lis pendens. in committee
SB312 Statewide housing choice voucher program; DHCD to develop. in committee
SB313 Cannabis products; retail sale of by certain pharmaceutical processors & industrial hemp processors. in subcommittee
SB314 Foster care; placement and discharge requirements. in committee
SB315 Virginia Military Community Infrastructure Grant Program and Fund; created. in committee
SB316 Juvenile records; identification of children receiving coordinated services. passed senate
SB317 Out-of-state health care practitioners; temporary authorization to practice. in subcommittee
SB318 Campaign advertisements; independent expenditures, electioneering communications, disclaimer. passed committee
SB319 Charitable institutions and associations; local appropriations to faith-based organizations. passed committee
SB320 Mini-trucks; definition, use on certain highways. in committee
SB321 Health insurance; definition of autism spectrum disorder. in committee
SB322 The Plains, Town of; amending charter, election dates and terms. in committee
SB323 Overdoses; arrest and prosecution when experiencing or reporting. in committee
SB324 Public agencies; privacy of personal information. in committee
SB325 Alcoholic beverage control; transportation of alcoholic beverages purchased. in subcommittee
SB326 Credit unions; priority of shares. passed committee
SB327 Arrest and summons quotas; prohibition on establishing formal or informal quota. in committee
SB328 Law-enforcement agencies; acquisition of military property. in committee
SB329 Credit unions; activity authorized for a federally chartered credit union. in committee
SB330 Carrying a concealed handgun; permit not required. in committee
SB331 Overtime pay requirements; volunteers. in committee
SB332 Boating safety education; eliminates certain requirement. stricken
SB333 Speed limits; established by local authority. in committee
SB334 Photo speed monitoring devices; localities, locations. in committee
SB335 Health insurance; association health plan for real estate salespersons. in committee
SB336 Certificate of public need; nursing homes, charity care. in committee
SB337 Accident and sickness insurance; minimum standards. passed committee
SB338 Commonwealth Health Reinsurance Program; federal risk adjustment program. in committee
SB339 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; alternate directors. in committee
SB340 Freestanding emergency departments; Bd. of Health to promulgate regulations related to departments. in committee
SB341 Consumer protection; online marketplace, high-volume third-party sellers. in committee
SB342 Transit Ridership Incentive Program; use of funds for reduced-fare or zero-fare transit projects. in committee
SB343 Income tax, state; refundable tax credit for low-income taxpayers. in committee
SB344 Health insurance; coverage for donated human breast milk. in committee
SB345 Driver's license or identification card; indication of blood type to be noted on license or card. in committee
SB346 Income tax, state; property analytics firms, apportionment and sourcing of sales. in committee
SB347 Electric utilities; energy efficiency programs. in committee
SB348 Support orders; retroactivity, arrearages, party's incarceration. in committee
SB349 Division of marital property; Va. Retirement System managed defined contribution plan, etc. in committee
SB350 Health records; patient's right to disclosure. in committee
SB351 Workers' compensation; permanent and total incapacity, subsequent accident. in committee
SB352 Health care providers and grocery store workers, etc.; employers to provide paid sick leave. in committee
SB353 Emergency Shelters Upgrade Assistance Grant Fund; funds to be paid to certain entities. in committee
SB354 James River watershed; timeline for compliance w/reg. of certain combined sewer overflow outfalls. passed committee
SB355 Enhanced Nutrient Removal Certainty Program; Fredericksburg wastewater treatment facility. passed committee
SB356 Children's Services Act; special education programs. in subcommittee
SB357 Waterway Maintenance Grant Program; qualifications of recipient for grants. passed committee
SB358 Seafood Industry Employment Ombudsman; office created. in committee
SB359 Pharmacy benefits managers; frequency of required report. passed committee
SB360 Disabled veterans and surviving spouses; state subsidy of property tax exemptions. in committee
SB361 Marcus alert system; optional participation. in committee
SB362 Bicycles and certain other vehicles; riding two abreast. in committee
SB363 Cities and counties; distribution of recordation tax. in committee
SB364 Handguns; limitation on purchases. in committee
SB365 Virginia Overtime Wage Act; clarifies term 'employee.' in committee
SB366 Horse racing and pari-mutuel wagering; prohibition on persons under 21 years of age, penalty. in committee
SB367 Horse racing; certain amount from wagers to be deposited in Problem Gambling Trust & Support Fund. in committee
SB368 Vehicle history report companies; notifications. in committee
SB369 Telemedicine services; practitioners licensed by Board of Medicine. in subcommittee
SB370 Elections; local electoral boards & general registrars to perform certain risk-limiting audits, etc. in committee
SB371 Elections, State Board of; expands membership, appointment of Commissioner of Elections. passed committee
SB372 Regulatory Budget Program; DPB to establish, report. in committee
SB373 Emergency custody; magistrate may extend custody order, medical testing, observation, or treatment. in committee
SB374 Project labor agreements; prevailing wage, collective bargaining for employees of local governments. in committee
SB375 Optometrists; allowed to perform laser surgery if certified by Board of Optometry. in subcommittee
SB376 Prescription Drug Affordability Board; established, drug cost affordability review, report. in committee
SB377 Vienna, Town of; amending charter, election and term dates. in committee
SB378 Petition for modification of sentence; eligibility, procedures. in committee
SB379 Capital murder; death penalty for willful, deliberate, etc., killing of a law-enforcement officer. in committee
SB380 Sales tax; exemption for food purchased for human consumption & essential personal hygiene products. in committee
SB381 Income tax, state; exempts military retirement income of a veteran. in committee
SB382 Virginia Retirement System; increased retirement allowance for certain judges. in committee
SB383 Credit life insurance and credit accident and sickness insurance; adjustment of rates. passed committee
SB384 Statewide Learning Management System; established. in committee
SB385 License taxes, local; limitation of authority. in committee
SB386 Income tax, corporate; filing status for tax returns of affiliated corporations. in committee
SB387 Port Royal, Town of; amending charter, reduces town council membership. in committee
SB388 Independent policing auditor; county manager plan of government. passed committee
SB389 Support of parents by child; repeal provision. in committee
SB390 Elections; annual post-election audits. in committee
SB391 Cannabis control; retail market. in subcommittee
SB392 Clerk of the court; copies of appointment order to counsel. in committee
SB393 Consumer Data Protection Act; data deletion request. in committee
SB394 Charitable gaming; registration of landlords, Texas Hold'em poker operations. in committee
SB395 Roanoke Higher Education Authority; board of trustees, membership. passed committee
SB396 Foster care placements; court review, best interests of the child. in committee
SB397 Health insurance; association health plan for real estate salespersons. in committee
SB398 Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI); preexisting contracts. in committee
SB399 Charitable gaming; conducting without a permit, civil penalty. in committee
SB400 Agritourism event buildings. in committee
SB401 Illegal gaming laws; enforcement, Charitable Gaming Fund created. in committee
SB402 Charitable Gaming Board; powers and duties. in committee
SB403 Charitable gaming; electronic gaming is restricted to social organizations, etc. in committee
SB404 Search warrants; copy of search warrant and affidavit given to occupants. in committee
SB405 Health insurance; coverage for prosthetic devices. in committee
SB406 Nursing homes & certified nursing facilities; minimum staffing standards, administrative sanctions. in committee
SB407 Disability insurance; disability arising out of childbirth. in committee
SB408 Transmission of sentencing documents to the Department of Health Professions. in committee
SB409 Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation; effect of criminal convictions. passed committee
SB410 Uniform Statewide Building Code; lead-safe rental housing. in committee
SB411 Possession of controlled substances; penalties. in committee
SB412 Termination of parental rights; murder of child. in committee
SB413 Persons charged with first offense drug possession; probation. in committee
SB414 Nurse practitioners; patient care team physician supervision capacity increased. in committee
SB415 School boards; employment of at least one school resource officer in elementary & secondary schools. in committee
SB416 Virginia Public Procurement Act; purchase of personal protective equipment. in committee
SB417 Virginia Code Commission; work group to review public notices required to be published. in committee
SB418 Division of marital property; military retainer pay. in committee
SB419 Genetic information privacy; civil penalty. in committee
SB420 Get Skilled, Get a Job, Give Back (G3) Program; higher education centers. in subcommittee
SB421 Libraries and education services; obsolete provisions. in committee
SB422 Health insurance; tobacco surcharge. in committee
SB423 Discretionary sentencing guidelines; midpoint for violent felony offenses. in committee
SB424 Probation violation guidelines; use of sentencing revocation report and discretionary sentencing. in committee
SB425 Barrier crimes; eliminates certain crimes from the definition, etc. in committee
SB426 State plan for medical assistance services; remote patient monitoring. in subcommittee
SB427 Health insurance; provider credentialing, receipt of application. in committee
SB428 Health insurance; carrier disclosure of certain information. in committee
SB429 Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services; Department of State Police. in committee
SB430 Department of Education; assessing individual student growth. in committee
SB431 Board of Education; COVID-19; test-to-stay guidelines. in committee
SB432 Sales tax; taxable accommodations. in committee
SB433 Health insurance; calculation of enrollee's contribution, high deductible health plan. in committee
SB434 Health insurance; coverage for mental health and substance use disorders; report. in committee
SB435 Children's Services Act; parent representatives; community policy and management teams. in committee
SB436 Board of Health; Statewide Telehealth Plan; Virginia Telehealth Network. in committee
SB437 Insurance; locality may provide for employees of certain public school foundations. in committee
SB438 Sales tax; Historic Triangle regional tax; dedication of funds. in committee
SB439 Higher educational institutions, nonprofit and public; hazing policies. in subcommittee
SB440 Unlawful hazing; amends definition, penalty. in committee
SB441 Correctional facilities, state; fees. in committee
SB442 Dogs and cats; breeding for research, reporting to State Veterinarian. in committee
SB443 Sealing of offenses resulting in a deferred and dismissed disposition or conviction by petition. in committee
SB444 Conveyance of easement and appurtenances. passed committee
SB445 Roadways; operation under HCA to operate instead under PPTA. in committee
SB446 Broadband service; new residential and commercial development. passed committee
SB447 Wage or salary history inquiries prohibited; civil penalty. in committee
SB448 Hospital regulations; policies and procedures related to victims of domestic violence. in committee
SB449 Qualified health plans; state-mandated health benefits. in committee
SB450 Traffic incident management vehicles. in committee
SB451 Retail Sales and Use tax; exemption for essential personal hygiene products. in committee
SB452 Powers of local governments; additional powers; energy efficiency of buildings. in committee
SB453 Assault and battery; persons diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disability. in committee
SB454 Teacher Training Corps; established, report. in subcommittee
SB455 Calculation of gross income for determination of child support; rental income. in committee
SB456 Practitioners, licensed; continuing education related to implicit bias and cultural competency. in committee
SB457 Breeding dogs for certain research prohibited; penalty. in committee
SB458 Employers; institutions of higher education; localities; public schools; face coverings. in committee
SB459 Elections; administration; registrars; certain prohibitions. in committee
SB460 Absentee voting; deadline for returning absentee ballot. in committee
SB461 Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation; contractors; boiler and pressure vessel. passed committee
SB462 Regulating video gaming terminals; penalties. in committee
SB463 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use of campaign funds, complaints, hearings, civil penalty. in committee
SB464 Witness summons in a criminal matter; requirements. in committee
SB465 Employee protections; candidacy for or service in the General Assembly. in committee
SB466 Virginia College Savings Plan; Virginia College Equity Foundation and Fund. in committee
SB467 Human trafficking; training for law-enforcement personnel. in committee
SB468 Line of Duty Act; Virginia licensed health practitioners required to conduct medical reviews. in committee
SB469 Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; annual marketing plan. in committee
SB470 Science Museum of Virginia; conveyance of easement; Children's Museum of Richmond. in committee
SB471 Literary Fund; open application process for loans, maximum loan amounts, etc. in committee
SB472 Retail sales & use tax, additional local; use of revenues for construction or renovation of schools. passed committee
SB473 School Construction Fund and Program; created and established. in committee
SB474 Appeals bond; removes requirement for indigent parties to post, appeal of unlawful detainer. in committee
SB475 Court appearance of a person not free on bail; changes to provisions regarding bail hearings, etc. in committee
SB476 Central Virginia Transportation Authority; membership. in committee
SB477 Historical African American cemeteries; changes date of establishment for qualification of funds. in committee
SB478 Capital Region Airport Commission; authorized to make charitable donations to organizations, etc. in committee
SB479 Health services; obsolete provisions. in committee
SB480 Administrative Process Act; final orders; electronic retention. in committee
SB481 School boards and local governing bodies; unexpended local funds, etc. in committee
SB482 Tribal Nations; consultation w/ federally recognized, permits and review w/ potential impacts. in committee
SB483 Child abuse and neglect; limitations period on sexual abuse of a minor claims; background check. in committee
SB484 Children; comprehensive health care coverage program. in committee
SB485 Delinquency Prevention and Youth Development Act; youth services citizen boards; duties; guidelines. in committee
SB486 Protective orders; workplace violence. in committee
SB487 Firearm Violence Intervention and Prevention, Virginia Center; established. in committee
SB488 Transit Transition Fund and Program; established. in committee
SB489 Water quality funds; localities in fiscal stress. in committee
SB490 Standards of Quality; DoE to oversee work-based learning, teacher leaders and mentors. in committee
SB491 Virginia African Diaspora Advisory Board; established, report. in committee
SB492 Snare traps; prohibits use of traps to hunt or kill game animals. in committee
SB493 Sexually explicit visual material to another; unlawful dissemination, penalty. in committee
SB494 Virginia Human Rights Act; nondiscrimination in employment; definition of employer. passed committee
SB495 Elections; removal of officers, recall elections, petition for recall. in committee
SB496 Financial institutions; qualified education loan servicers, definition. in committee
SB497 Judge; Second Judicial Circuit; resident judge in Counties of Accomack and Northampton. in committee
SB498 Conveyances of property; acceptance by clerk's office for recordation. in committee
SB499 Renewable energy facilities; Dept. of Energy, et. al, to analyze life cycle, report. in committee
SB500 Investor-owned water and water and sewer utilities; ratemaking proceedings. in committee
SB501 Local land use approvals; extension of approvals to address the COVID-19 pandemic. in committee
SB502 Solar photovoltaic projects; local taxation for projects less than five megawatts. in committee
SB503 Virginia Resources Authority; short-term loans to planning district commissions. in committee
SB504 Coastal Resilience Master Plan Technical Advisory Committee; established. in committee
SB505 Electric cooperatives; net energy metering, power purchase agreements, etc. in committee
SB506 Flood resiliency & protection; implements recom. from first Va. Coastal Resilience Master Plan. in committee
SB507 Virginia Retirement System; benefits for certain local law-enforcement employees. in committee
SB508 Water and Soil Conservation Board; Virginia Community Preparedness Fund. in committee
SB509 Aquaculture; right to use and occupy the ground for the terms of a lease in Chesapeake Bay waters. in committee
SB510 Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation; Real Estate Board; death or disability. in committee
SB511 Opioid treatment program pharmacy; medication dispensing; registered nurses. in committee
SB512 Cities and counties; distribution of recordation tax. in committee
SB513 Data centers; center fixtures are taxed as part of the real property where they are located, etc. in committee
SB514 Guardianship and conservatorship of incapacitated persons. in committee
SB515 Refundable income tax credit for low-income taxpayers. in committee
SB516 Consumer Data Protection Act; clarifies definition of nonprofit organizations. in committee
SB517 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for medicine and drugs purchased by veterinarians. in committee
SB518 Modification of sentence for marijuana related offenses. in committee
SB519 Casino gaming; sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages in establishments, etc. in committee
SB520 Income tax, state; motion picture production tax credit. in committee
SB521 Emergency Shelters Upgrade Assistance Grant Fund; funds to be paid to certain entities. in committee
SB522 Toll Relief Program; eligibility. in committee
SB523 Portsmouth, City of; amending charter, changes to process for recall of elective officers. in committee
SB524 Payment of prevailing wage; certified payroll; penalties. in committee
SB525 Health carriers; licensed athletic trainers. in committee
SB526 Alarm systems; regulation, battery-charged fence security systems. in committee
SB527 Alcoholic beverage control; neutral grain spirits or alcohol sold at government stores. in subcommittee
SB528 Income tax, state; military benefits subtraction. in committee
SB529 Child Care Subsidy Program; permitting Armed Forces active members to apply for Program. in committee
SB530 Illegal gaming devices; Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act; civil penalty. in committee
SB531 Certain crimes committed while participating in a riot; civil action for damages. in committee
SB532 Clean Energy and Community Flood Preparedness Act. in committee
SB533 Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation; real estate brokers. passed committee
SB534 Consumer Data Protection Act; enforcement, abolishes Consumer Privacy Fund. in committee
SB535 Oversight of research breeders; Animal Welfare Oversight Officer; Animal Welfare Oversight. in committee
SB536 Trespass by hunters; penalty. in committee
SB537 Powers of local government; trees during development process; replacement and conservation. in committee
SB538 Nonpayment of wages; defense of contractor. in committee
SB539 Common Interest Community Board; enforcement jurisdiction. stricken
SB540 Income tax, state and corporate; credit for small businesses. in committee
SB541 Gasoline and diesel fuel; lowers the rate of tax on July 1, 2022. in committee
SB542 Board of Pharmacy; written certification for the use of cannabis products. in committee
SB543 Criminal records; sealing of records. in committee
SB544 Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation; training requirement for barbers. in committee
SB545 Registration fees for motor vehicles; state park access fee. in committee
SB546 Juvenile boot camps; eliminates authority of the Department of Juvenile Justice to establish. in committee
SB547 Virginia Parole Board; monthly reports. in committee
SB548 Virginia Human Rights Act; nondiscrimination in places of public accommodation; COVID-19. dead
SB549 Group health benefit plans; bona fide associations, benefits consortium. in committee
SB550 Virginia Public Procurement Act; payment clauses to be included in contracts; right to payment. in committee
SB551 Flood resiliency and protection. in committee
SB552 Absentee voting; excuse required to vote absentee by mail; signature match. in committee
SB553 Sales and transient occupancy taxes; broadens definition of accommodations intermediaries. in committee
SB554 Will contest; presumption of undue influence. in committee
SB555 Liability for sale of alcohol to an underage person. in committee
SB556 State Board of Elections; membership. in committee
SB557 Constitutional amendment; repeal of same-sex marriage prohibition(submitting to qualified voters). passed committee
SB558 Public schools; evaluation & recommendations for certain current and proposed policies. in committee
SB559 Registered lobbyists; information on disseminated documents. in committee
SB560 Income tax, state; increases standard deduction. in committee
SB561 Virginia Attorney Disciplinary Commission; established. in committee
SB562 Workers' compensation; time period for filing claim; certain cancers. in committee
SB563 Attorney General; instituting or conducting criminal prosecutions for acts of violence. passed committee
SB564 Sealing of offenses resulting in a deferred and dismissed disposition or conviction. in committee
SB565 Natural gas, biogas, and other gas sources of energy; definitions, energy conservation. in committee
SB566 Charitable gaming; enforcement and penalties. in committee
SB567 Department of Environmental Quality; issuance of issue certain permits. in committee
SB568 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates; civil penalty. in committee
SB569 Coastal Virginia Resiliency Authority; established. in committee
SB570 Public elementary and secondary schools; curricula and instruction. in committee
SB571 RSUT; exemption for food purchased for human consumption and essential personal hygiene. in committee
SB572 Veteran-owned small businesses; waiving of fees. in committee
SB573 Evidence of defendant's mental condition; specific intent crimes. in committee
SB574 Child care; background checks. in subcommittee
SB575 Department of General Services; state fleet managers to use total cost of ownership calculations. in committee
SB576 Sports betting; allows betting on Virginia college sports. in committee
SB577 Criminal history background checks; children's residential facilities. in committee
SB578 Earned sentence credits; repeals four-level classification system for awarding & calculation, etc. in committee
SB579 Income tax, state; refunds for individuals or married persons filing a joint return. in committee
SB580 Department of Health; triennial audit requirement for hospices and home care organizations. in committee
SB581 Local correctional facilities; fees. in committee
SB582 Virginia Human Rights Act; nondiscrimination in places of public accommodation. dead
SB583 Conformity of the Commonwealth's taxation system with the Internal Revenue Code. in committee
SB584 Consumer Data Protection Act; personal data obtained from source other than the consumer. in committee
SB585 Virginia Retirement System; enhanced retirement benefits for 911 dispatchers. in committee
SB586 Income tax, state; military benefits subtraction. in committee
SB587 Powers of State Health Commissioner in epidemic; vaccine; religious tenets or practices. in committee
SB588 Elections; voter registration; lists of registered voters; provided to registered voters. in committee
SB589 St. Charles, Town of; termination of township. in committee
SB590 License to teach dentistry; foreign dental program graduates. in committee
SB591 Cannabis; shape prohibitions. in subcommittee
SB592 Group Violence Intervention Board, Division of Group Violence Intervention, etc.; established. in committee
SB593 Custody and transportation of persons subject to emergency custody or temporary detention order. in committee
SB594 Medicaid participants; treatment involving the prescription of opioids; payment. in committee
SB595 Nitrile Glove Manufacturing Training Grant Program; established. in committee
SB596 School attendance; 4-H educational programs and activities. in subcommittee
SB597 Virginia Commission for the Arts; Virginia Commission for the Arts Fund. in subcommittee
SB598 College partnership laboratory schools; application and establishment. in subcommittee
SB599 Limitation on recovery in certain medical malpractice actions. in committee
SB600 School safety audits; law-enforcement officers. in subcommittee
SB601 COVID-19 immunization; prohibition on requirement; discrimination prohibited. in committee
SB602 Short-term rental properties; definition; locality requirements and restrictions. in committee
SB603 Public elementary and secondary school buildings; standards for maintenance, operations, etc. in committee
SB604 Animal cruelty; companion animals; penalty. in committee
SB605 Elections; conduct of election; election results; post-election forensic audits. in committee
SB606 Uniform Statewide Building Code; smoke detectors required in new residential dwellings. stricken
SB607 Board for Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors; smoke detectors; update regulations. passed committee
SB608 Public charter schools; applications, review and approval. in committee
SB609 RSUT; exemption for food purchased for human consumption and essential personal hygiene. in committee
SB610 Virginia Personnel Act; policy or administration for Department of Elections. stricken
SB611 Get Skilled, Get a Job, Give Back (G3) Program; higher education centers. in subcommittee
SB612 Highway use fee, mileage-based user fee program; program clarifications. in committee
SB613 School principals; incident reports. in committee
SB614 Bail for a person accused of a crime that is an act of violence; notice to attorney. in committee
SB615 Governor's Office; creation of a Secretary of Disability Services Coordination. in committee
SB616 Virginia Literacy Act; early student literacy, evidence-based literacy instruction, etc. in committee
SB617 Commissioner of Health and local health director qualifications; local variances. in subcommittee
SB618 Military honor guards and veterans service organizations; paramilitary activities, exception. in committee
SB619 Alcoholic beverage control; food-to-beverage ratio. in subcommittee
SB620 Real property taxes; rate of increase. in committee
SB621 Cannabis products; retail sales by certain pharmaceutical processors. in committee
SB622 Recovery residences; disclosure to potential residents that residence is certified. in committee
SB623 Authority of Governor to grant relief from fines and penalties. in committee
SB624 Home health workers providing agency-directed services; employers to provide paid sick leave. in committee
SB625 Low-to-Moderate Income Solar Fund and Program; financial incentives. in committee
SB626 Department of Health; non-skilled home care organizations; triennial audit requirement. in committee
SB627 Tazewell, Town of; amending charter, increases term length for members of board of zoning appeals. in committee
SB628 Public School Trades Incentive Fund and Program; created and established. in committee
SB629 Season for taking oysters. in committee
SB630 Income tax, state; rolling conformity, report. in committee
SB631 Fair Labor Standards Act; overtime, employer liability. in committee
SB632 Income tax, state; creates a nonrefundable credit for family caregivers. in committee
SB633 Civil actions; health care bills and records. in committee
SB634 Transient occupancy tax; supporting documentation. in committee
SB635 Public charter schools; applications, review and approval. in committee
SB636 Hyperbaric oxygen therapy; data collection. in committee
SB637 Insurers rehabilitation and liquidation; federal home loan bank rights. in committee
SB638 Board of Medicine; unconscious implicit bias and cultural competency. in committee
SB639 Arrest and prosecution when experiencing or reporting overdoses. in committee
SB640 Public defender offices; County of Henrico. in committee
SB641 Department of Behavioral Health in committee
SB642 Preliminary analysis of breath to determine alcoholic content of blood; failure to advise person. in committee
SB643 Removing, altering, etc., serial number on firearm; selling, giving, etc., or possessing firearm. in committee
SB644 Criminal history record information check required to sell firearm; exception, concealed permit. in committee
SB645 Criminal proceedings; evidence of defendant's mental condition. in committee
SB646 Unemployment compensation; disqualification for benefits; misconduct. in committee
SB647 Commissioner of Health; administration and dispensing of necessary drugs, devices, and vaccines. in committee
SB648 Real property tax; exemption for the elderly and handicapped. in committee
SB649 Juvenile law-enforcement records; disclosures to school principals. in committee
SB650 Emergency custody and temporary detention; hospitals and providers of behavioral health services. in committee
SB651 Sales and transient occupancy taxes; accommodations intermediaries. in committee
SB652 Absentee voting; application requirements; last four digits of social security number. in committee
SB653 Definition of public aircraft; sunset. in committee
SB654 Wetland and stream mitigation banks; location of site. in committee
SB655 Unemployment compensation; required written notice upon separation. in committee
SB656 Sexually explicit instructional material; Board of Education; to establish policy. in committee
SB657 Air Pollution Control Board and State Water Control Board; transfer of authority. in committee
SB658 Physical evidence recovery kits; victim's right to notification, storage. in committee
SB659 Shared solar programs for electric utilities; Phase I Utility; pilot. in committee
SB660 Shared solar programs for electric cooperatives; pilot. in committee
SB661 Workforce Development, Virginia Board of; powers & duties, collaboration to develop apprenticeship. in committee
SB662 Department of Education; School Quality Profiles; teacher data. in committee
SB663 State plan for medical assistance services; provision for payment of telemedicine services. in committee
SB664 Sex trafficking; minors engaged in prostitution, etc. in committee
SB665 Reckless driving; involuntary manslaughter. in committee
SB666 Eminent domain; lost access and lost profits. in committee
SJ1 Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote (second reference). passed committee
SJ2 Celebrating the life of George Millard Harvey, Sr. passed house
SJ3 Constitutional amendment; local government, sale of property. in committee
SJ4 Celebrating the life of Thomas S. Hardy. passed house
SJ5 Constitutional amendment; marriage; fundamental right to marry, same-sex marriage prohibition. passed committee
SJ6 Commending the Honorable Michael J. Cassidy. introduced
SJ7 Constitutional amendment; General Assembly, term limits (first reference). in committee
SJ8 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Arthur R. Giesen, Jr. passed house
SJ9 Commending George Mason University. introduced
SJ10 Study; joint subcommittee to study pandemic response and preparedness in the Commonwealth; report. in committee
SJ11 Study; Joint Commission on Health Care to study eating disorders in the Commonwealth; report. in committee
SJ12 Governor; confirming appointments. passed committee
SJ13 Governor; confirming appointments. passed committee
SJ14 Study; Joint Commission on Health Care; Commonwealth's public health system; report. in committee
SJ15 Celebrating the life of Kenneth Richard Lane. passed house
SJ16 Celebrating the life of Steven Clarke Crandall. passed house
SJ17 Celebrating the life of Jack Moore Horn. passed house
SJ18 Commemorating the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the European honey bee to North America. passed house
SJ19 Constitutional amendment; real prop. tax exemption for certain spouses of members of armed forces. in committee
SJ20 Constitutional amendment (first reference); K-12 funding. in committee
SJ21 Celebrating the life of the Honorable William Tayloe Murphy, Jr. introduced
SJ22 Celebrating the life of Carl Fletcher Flemer, Jr. passed house
SJ23 Celebrating the life of Barbara Pratt Willis. passed house
SJ24 Study; necessity for and feasibility of creation of a unified gaming commission; report. in committee
SJ25 Legal gaming; JLARC to study whether stand-alone oversight agency would allow more focused oversight in committee
SJ26 Late Onset Hearing Loss Awareness Week; designating as May 4 through 10 in 2022 and each succeeding in committee
SJ27 Study; JLARC; Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; report. in committee
SJ28 Celebrating the life of Hattie Ann Thomas Lucas. introduced
SJ29 Celebrating the life of Ruth Anna Jensen. introduced
SJ30 Celebrating the life of Robert Saunders Williams. introduced
SJ31 Celebrating the life of Terry W. Glass. introduced
SJ32 Constitutional amendment; Literary Fund, exemption for certain asset forfeiture (first reference). in committee
SJ33 Study; JLARC; election governance structure; report. in committee
SJ34 African Diaspora Heritage Month; designating as September 2022 and each succeeding year thereafter. in committee
SJ35 Coastal Flooding, Joint Subcommittee studying; continued, appropriation. in committee
SJ36 Constitutional amendment; special sessions, required certain states of emergency (first reference). in committee
SJ37 Study; Secretary of Administration; State Board of Elections; electronic return. in committee
SJ38 Commending the Honorable William C. Mims. introduced
SJ39 Governor; confirming appointments. passed committee
SJ40 Governor; confirming appointments. passed committee
SJ41 Celebrating the life of John McKenzie Gunn, Jr. introduced
SJ42 Health-related social need; Jt. Com. on Health Care to study benefit of hospitals, etc. addressing. in committee
SJ43 Celebrating the life of Gerald Glenn Poindexter. introduced
SJ44 Commending the Oscar F. Smith High School football team. introduced
SJ45 Celebrating the life of Commander Brian Michael Bourgeois, USN. introduced
SJ46 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas Anthony Fortkort. introduced
SJ47 Jones Act; expresses sense of the General Assembly to support Act. in committee
SJ48 Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant John Joseph Nichols, USA, Ret. introduced
SJ49 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Barbara Stafford. introduced
SJ50 Chiropractic Health Month; designating as October, 2022 and in each succeeding year thereafter. in committee
SJ51 Celebrating the life of Curtis Walton. introduced
SJ52 Celebrating the life of Michael F. Gelardi, Sr. introduced
SJ53 State Council of Higher Education for Virginia; statewide strategic plan; report. in committee
SJ54 Celebrating the life of the Honorable Robert D. Laney. introduced
SJ55 Commending Barry C. Faison. introduced
SJ56 Commending the Mountain Mission School. introduced
SJ57 Confirming Governor's appointments; January 1. in committee
SJ58 Commending the Riverheads High School football team. introduced
SJ59 Commending Stephen J. Chantry. introduced
SJ60 Commending G. Robert Aston, Jr. introduced
SJ61 Celebrating the life of the Honorable William Lunsford Person, Jr. introduced
SJ62 Celebrating the life of Anastasius Jack Georgalas. introduced
SJ63 Commending Robert Casto. introduced
SJ64 Commending Antioch Baptist Church. introduced
SR1 Public defender offices; feasibility, expense, and implementation of statewide coverage, report. in committee
SR2 Senate; 2022 operating resolution. passed senate
SR3 Commending Michael E. Karmis. introduced
SR4 Lieutenant Governor; chair. in committee
SR5 Lieutenant Governor; portrait. in committee
SR6 Commending the Richmond Chapter of the Islamic Circle of North America Relief. introduced