Bill Activity in Past 3 Days

11,603 actions found.

March 01, 2024

  • HB5: Town of Leesburg Parking Authority; created.
    • Signed by President
  • HB2: Assault firearms & certain ammunition, etc.; purchase, sales, transfers, etc., prohibited.
  • HB1: Minimum wage; increases wage to $13.50 per hour effective January 1, 2025.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB1ER)
  • SR120: Commending the Swift Creek Middle School cheerleading team.
    • Laid on Clerk's Desk
    • Presented 24108681D
  • SR119: Commending the 2024 House-Senate basketball game to benefit Massey Cancer Center.
  • SJ199: Commending the Honorable Frank W. Somerville.
    • Laid on Clerk's Desk
    • Presented 24108448D
  • SJ198: Commending the Town of Louisa.
    • Laid on Clerk's Desk
    • Presented 24108342D
  • SJ197: Commending the Parry McCluer High School boys' cross country team.
    • Laid on Clerk's Desk
    • Presented 24108209D
  • SJ196: Commending the Glenvar High School boys' tennis team.
    • Laid on Clerk's Desk
    • Presented 24108210D
  • SJ195: Commending the Glenvar High School boys' soccer team.
    • Laid on Clerk's Desk
    • Presented 24108213D
  • SJ194: Celebrating the life of John Randolph Francis, Jr.
    • Laid on Clerk's Desk
    • Presented 24108208D
  • SJ193: Commending Eugene E. Gerald.
    • Laid on Clerk's Desk
    • Presented 24108284D
  • SJ192: Commending the Tuckahoe Volunteer Rescue Squad.
    • Laid on Clerk's Desk
    • Presented 24108422D
  • SJ191: Commending the Glenvar High School boys' swim and dive team.
    • Laid on Clerk's Desk
    • Presented 24108212D
  • SJ190: Commending Edward E. Clark, Jr.
    • Laid on Clerk's Desk
    • Presented 24108211D
  • SJ189: Commending the Community Development Block Grant Program.
    • Laid on Clerk's Desk
    • Presented 24108362D
  • SJ188: Commending Willie L. Gentry.
    • Laid on Clerk's Desk
    • Presented 24107322D
  • SJ187: Celebrating the life of Richard Robert Paradis.
    • Laid on Clerk's Desk
    • Presented 24104476D
  • SJ169: Celebrating the life of Patricia Elizabeth Clifton Harwood, Ph.D.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ168: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Clarence A. Holland, M.D.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ167: Commending the Virginia, Maryland and Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ166: Commending the Central Virginia Cricket Association.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ165: Commending the Honorable Kenneth William Stolle.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ164: Commending Citizens Bank & Trust Company.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ163: Commending Neil A. Morgan.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ162: Celebrating the life of James Douglas Coleburn.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ161: Commending John Carlton Phillips.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ160: Celebrating the life of Paul Otie Bennett.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ159: Celebrating the life of George Declan O'Reilly.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ158: Celebrating the life of Richard Gale Elliott.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ157: Commending Gilbert A. Smith.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ156: Commending William G. Coada.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ155: Commending Denise Burrell Smith.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ154: Commending the Reverend Dr. Harold James Cobb, Jr.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ153: Commending the Fairfax County Public Library.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ152: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Robison Brown James.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ151: Commending Mark E. Smith.
    • Agreed to by House by voice vote
    • Taken up for immediate consideration
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ150: Commending the Tidewater EMS Council.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ149: Celebrating the life of William Thomas Greer, Jr.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ147: Celebrating the life of George Thomas Garten.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ146: Commending the Brunswick Academy football team.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ145: Commending Sunshine R. Huggins.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ144: Commending Zoie Lamanna.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ143: Celebrating the life of Stanley William Roberts.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ142: Commending the Honorable Robert J. Smith.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ141: Celebrating the life of the Honorable George James Kostel.
    • Agreed to by House
  • SJ140: Commending Linsey Chen Marr, Ph.D.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ139: Celebrating the life of Matthew White Paxton, Jr.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ138: Commending Virginia S. Perrin.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ137: Commending Risa Goluboff.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ136: Commending Jethro H. Piland, III.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ135: Commending First Sergeant Macky J. Cottongim, USMC.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ134: Commending Colonel Elizabeth A. Sydow.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ133: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Jamie Jerome Duncan.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ132: Commending the Stafford High School competition cheer team.
    • Agreed to by House by voice vote
  • SJ131: Celebrating the life of Captain Anderson Keating King, USAR.
    • Laid on Speaker's table
    • Received
  • SJ127: Sustainable aviation fuel; encouraging use in the Commonwealth.
  • SJ82: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SB737: Electric utilities; energy efficiency programs, on-bill tariff program.
  • SB731: Child pornography; production, publication, sale, financing, etc., penalty.
    • Read second time
  • SB729: Virginia Clean Energy Innovation Bank; created, report.
    • Read second time
  • SB726: Public schools; opioid antagonist procurement, possession, and administration.
    • Read second time
  • SB724: Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage performing arts facility license.
  • SB709: Assessment of omitted taxes; erroneous payments.
    • Signed by President
    • Impact statement from TAX (SB709ER)
  • SB707: Public middle schools and high schools; career and technical education organizations permitted.
    • Read second time
  • SB701: Vested rights; building permits.
  • SB696: Marijuana-related offenses; modification of sentence.
    • Read second time
  • SB683: Family and Children's Trust Fund; modifies membership, powers and duties.
  • SB677: Real property tax; notice of rate and assessment changes.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB676: Individuals with developmental disabilities; financial eligibility.
  • SB674: Virginia Coastal Resilience Collaborative; changes references relating to coastal resilience policy
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB672: Property Owners' Association Act or Virginia Condominium Act; assessments for legal obligations.
  • SB657: Alcoholic beverage control; annual mixed beverage performing arts facility licenses.
    • House requested conference committee
    • House insisted on substitute
  • SB650: Local government; options for employees exposed to toxic materials.
    • Read second time
  • SB645: Local fiscal distress; determination by Auditor of Public Accounts, state intervention.
    • Read second time
  • SB644: Unpaved secondary highways; improvement of secondary hwys. includes improvements other than paving.
  • SB634: State Corporation Commission; powers and duties.
  • SB627: Qualified high school students; opportunities to enroll in postsecondary coursework, etc.
    • Delegates: Rasoul, Reaser, Coyner
    • Conferees appointed by House
  • SB626: Barrier crimes; adult substance abuse & mental health svcs., hiring criteria to screen applicants.
  • SB624: Public education; student literacy measures.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB618: Bristol, City of; amending charter, increases voting precincts.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB616: Farmland Preservation, Office of; transfers Office to Dept. of Forestry.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB613: Higher educational institutions; campus safety, governing board of certain educational institutions.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB608: Community Schools, Office of; established within Department of Education, etc.
    • Impact statement from DPB (SB608H1)
  • SB607: Central fill pharmacies; definitions.
  • SB606: Voter registration; list maintenance, data sharing.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB603: Incarcerated women who are pregnant, etc.; DCJS, et al., to make recommendations for treatment.
    • Read second time
  • SB599: Commonwealth of Virginia Higher Education Institutions Bond Act of 2024; created.
    • Signed by President
  • SB597: Affordable housing; local zoning ordinance authority, comprehensive plan.
  • SB586: Public elementary and secondary schools; student discipline, restorative disciplinary practices.
    • Read second time
  • SB585: Six-Year capital outlay plan; Advisory Com. shall communicate Governor-proposed list of projects.
    • Delegates: Torian, Sickles, Coyner
    • Conferees appointed by House
  • SB581: Environmental Quality, Department of; groundwater and surface water withdrawal permits.
    • Read second time
  • SB576: Unfair Real Estate Service Agreement Act; created, consumer protections.
    • Signed by President
  • SB574: Behavioral Health Commission; Commission to study processes related to civil admissions.
    • Read second time
  • SB570: Virginia Human Rights Act; definition of 'employer.'
  • SB569: Crisis receiving centers and crisis stabilization units; use of seclusion, report.
    • Read second time
  • SB565: Energy efficiency programs; incremental annual savings.
  • SB564: Distressed localities, certain; TAX, et al., to assess tax relief.
    • Read second time
  • SB554: Licenses or certificates; reciprocal licensing for neighboring states.
  • SB550: Liquid nicotine and nicotine vapor products; certification and directory, penalties.
    • C Amended by conference committee
  • SB544: Short-term rental property; locality's ability to prohibit use of accessory dwelling unit.
  • SB540: Illegal gambling; exemptions.
    • Signed by President
  • SB536: Unemployment compensation; continuation of benefits, repayment of overpayments.
  • SB530: Arts, Virginia Commission for the; reduces membership.
    • Read second time
  • SB526: Resale Disclosure Act; fees charged for delivery of resale certificate.
    • Signed by President
  • SB522: Purchase of firearms; demonstrated competence with a firearm or completion of training course.
  • SB514: Fines and costs; changes period of limitations for collection.
    • Read second time
  • SB510: Investment of public funds; qualified public entity allowed to invest in asset-backed securities.
    • Signed by President
  • SB508: Renewable energy portfolio standard; geothermal heating and cooling systems.
  • SB506: Higher educational institutions, public; duties and powers of governing board.
  • SB505: Limitation on sentence upon revocation of suspension of sentence; technical violations.
  • SB504: Police and court records; expungement, term 'otherwise dismissed.'
    • Read second time
  • SB502: Juvenile & domestic relations district ct.; parent filing petion for protective order against minor.
  • SB496: Virginia Growth and Opportunity Act; Virginia investment performance grants.
  • SB495: RPS eligible sources; falling water generation facilities.
  • SB494: Live-in domestic workers; overtime pay for certain employees.
  • SB489: VA residential development infrastructure fund; feasibility of establishing, report.
    • Read second time
  • SB488: Personal care services; DMAS to review requirements related to payments.
  • SB487: Artificial intelligence by public bodies; prohibitions.
    • Read second time
  • SB483: Tangible personal property tax; exemption for indoor agriculture equipment and machinery.
    • Signed by President
  • SB474: School Construction Fund and Program; definitions.
    • Read second time
  • SB469: Controlled substances; manufacturing, selling, giving, distributing misbranded drugs, etc.
    • Read second time
  • SB464: Fisheries Innovation for Sustainable Harvest Fund; created.
  • SB461: Forest canopy and health assessment; DOF to convene advisory committee to study.
    • Read second time
  • SB458: Virginia Retirement System; plan credits and accounts.
    • Signed by President
  • SB456: Corrections Ombudsman, Office of the Department of; created, annual report.
    • Read second time
  • SB454: Electric utilities; recovery of development costs associated with small modular reactor.
    • Passed by for the day
  • SB453: Emissions inspections; agreement for services and service charge fees.
    • House requested conference committee
    • House insisted on substitute
  • SB450: Towing fees; State Corporation Commission to examine existing regulation of fees.
    • Read second time
  • SB448: Cannabis control; establishes a framework for creation of a retail marijuana market, penalties.
    • Impact statement from DPB (SB448H2)
  • SB444: School boards; placement in alternative education programs; disclosure of certain information.
    • Impact statement from DPB (SB444H1)
    • Floor substitute printed 24108709D-H1 (Rasoul)
    • Read second time
  • SB443: Public schools; transfer and management of scholastic records, disclosure of information in court.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB439: Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Commission; established, report.
    • Read second time
  • SB433: SLIFE; Board of Education to develop and adopt policies related to supporting students.
    • Read second time
  • SB428: Elections; any local or constitutional office may be conducted by ranked choice voting.
  • SB424: Admission to bail; act of violence.
  • SB422: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; prohibited provisions, fees for maintenance.
  • SB415: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; amends definition of 'meeting.'
    • House requested conference committee
    • House insisted on amendment
  • SB412: Rabies clinics; animal vaccination and microchip services.
    • Read second time
  • SB411: Transparency in Publicly Funded Animal Testing Facilities, Task Force on; VDACS to convene.
    • Read second time
  • SB403: Behavioral health technicians, etc.; scope of practice, supervision, and qualifications.
  • SB402: Blue catfish; DACS, et al., to convene work group to support efforts to create a robust market.
    • Read second time
  • SB400: Alcoholic beverage control; annual mixed beverage performing arts facility licenses.
  • SB399: Six-year financial plan; modifies requirements for plans submitted by Governor to General Assembly.
    • Delegates: Torian, Sickles, Coyner
    • Conferees appointed by House
  • SB394: Carnal knowledge and sexual battery; persons detained or arrested by a law-enforcement officer.
    • Read second time
  • SB393: MEI Project Approval Commission; board-level gender and diversity requirements.
  • SB392: Hospitals; emergency departments to have at least one licensed physician on duty at all times.
    • Signed by President
  • SB389: Autism Advisory Council; reestablished, report.
    • Read second time
  • SB388: Virginia Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, mandatory fees disclosure.
  • SB379: Public high schools; SOL curriculum guidelines for research-based hazing prevention instruction.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB372: Combined sewer overflow outfalls; compliance with regulations, Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB368: Firearms; storage in residence where minor or person prohibited from possessing is present, penalty.
    • Impact statement from DPB (SB368ER)
  • SB367: Fentanyl and Heroin Enforcement, Task Force on; established, report.
    • Read second time
  • SB365: Regulated land-disturbing activities; submission and approval of erosion and sediment control plan.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB364: Elections; protection of electors and election officials, penalty, civil action.
  • SB361: Consumer Data Protection Act; protections for children.
  • SB354: Real estate contract disclosures, certain; establishment by localities prohibited.
  • SB350: Virginia Human Rights Act; right to sue.
  • SB344: Charitable gaming; clarifies definition of 'social organization.'
  • SB339: Blockchain technology, digital asset mining, etc.; Bureau of Financial Inst. of SCC to study.
    • Read second time
  • SB338: Gun violence; JLARC to study effects on communities.
    • Read second time
  • SB337: Eastern Virginia Groundwater Management Area; continued withdrawal permit for residential well.
    • Read second time
  • SB336: Photo speed monitoring devices; high-risk intersection segments.
  • SB334: Plea agreements and court orders; prohibited provisions.
  • SB323: Percy Lee House, III Mem. Bridge; designates bridge on Otterdam Rd. over I-95 in Greensville County.
  • SB321: Administrative and civil proceedings; protected information, newspersons engaged in journalism.
  • SB308: Residential dwelling units; rentals for 30 consecutive days or longer.
  • SB306: Invasive plant species; retail sales, civil penalty.
    • Read second time
  • SB301: Campaign finance; appeal of penalties.
  • SB300: Voter registration; list maintenance activities, required identification information.
  • SB298: Conservation tillage and precision agricultural application equipment; tax credit for purchase.
    • Signed by President
  • SB297: Agricultural best management practices tax credit; extends sunset date.
    • Signed by President
  • SB296: Local planning commission; action on proposed plats, site plans, and development plans.
    • Read second time
  • SB283: School meals; community eligibility provision, report.
    • Read second time
  • SB281: Family cemeteries; interment rights, proof of kinship.
  • SB277: Certificate of public need; expedited review process, etc.
    • Read second time
  • SB276: Phase I and Phase II Utilities; SCC to study feasibility of an energy upgrade program.
    • Read second time
  • SB260: Virginia Public Procurement Act; Virginia resident preference.
    • House requested conference committee
    • House insisted on substitute
  • SB256: Motor vehicle insurance; bad faith for refusal of claims.
  • SB245: Energy, Department of; building standards for certain local buildings.
  • SB241: Workers' compensation; notice of right to dispute claim.
  • SB239: Social Work Licensure Compact; authorizes Virginia to become a signatory to Compact.
    • Signed by President
  • SB238: Health insurance; coverage for contraceptive drugs and devices.
    • Signed by President
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB235: Sexually explicit content; policies on parental notification of instructional material.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB220: Special education and related services; changes relating to services for children with disabilities.
  • SB217: Virginia Business Ready Expedited Permitting Program; created, report.
  • SB214: Corporation, limited liability company, etc.; service of garnishment summons.
  • SB212: Virginia Small Business Economic Development Act; established.
  • SB207: Law-enforcement officers, certain; universal certification.
  • SB196: Voter registration; list maintenance data standards, challenges to a voter's registration.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB195: Uniform Statewide Building Code; Board of HCD to convene advisory group to evaluate, report.
    • Impact statement from DPB (SB195H1)
    • Read second time
  • SB189: Virginia Beach, City of; amending charter, transition of city council.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB188: Election of certain governing bodies; conversion to single-member districts.
  • SB186: Wholesale prescription drug importation program; Sec. of Health and Human Resources to establish.
    • Read second time
  • SB184: Geology; expands definition of geological mapping.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB182: Alcoholic beverage control; advertisements.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB180: Alcoholic beverage control.
  • SB177: Employee designation and payment policies; nursing staff at state psychiatric hospitals.
  • SB176: Civil commitments & temporary detention orders; def. of mental illness neurocognitive disorders.
  • SB175: Persons other than ministers who may perform rites of marriage; former statewide legislators.
  • SB173: Adult day care centers; name changes to adult day centers throughout the Code.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB168: Alcoholic beverage control; food-to-beverage ratio.
    • Passed by for the day
  • SB159: Higher Education for Virginia, State Council of; membership.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB155: Va. Health Workforce Development Authority; powers and duties, definition.
    • Read second time
    • Impact statement from DPB (SB155H1)
  • SB151: Special identification cards; reduces fee for issuance, renewal, etc.
  • SB144: Nolle prosequi or dismissal without prejudice prior to preliminary hearing; subsequent indictment.
  • SB143: Railroad safety; requirements for railroad companies.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB142: Public school teachers; licensure requirements, issuance of a one-year local eligibility license.
    • Read second time
  • SB132: Health Insurance Reform Commission; assessment of certain legislation, report.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB131: Primary elections; candidates for nomination, withdrawal of candidacy.
  • SB129: Forest Sustainability Fund; fund allocation.
    • Impact statement from DPB (SB129ER)
  • SB119: Drug manufacturers; permitting and registration, certain conditions related to 340B-covered drugs.
  • SB95: Preliminary analysis of breath to determine alcoholic content of blood; failure to advise person.
  • SB93: Animal cruelty registries, local; any locality allowed to establish registry for public access.
    • Read second time
  • SB90: Fort Monroe Authority; land and utility ownership.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB89: Fort Monroe Authority; powers and duties.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB88: Law-enforcement and jail officers; various changes to provisions related to decertification.
  • SB80: Time served on probation; DOC to describe practices for community supervision.
    • Impact statement from DPB (SB80H1)
    • Read second time
  • SB74: Prescription Monitoring Program; release of records to drug court administrators.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB60: Individualized education program; guidelines for teams relating to age-appropriate instruction.
    • Read second time
  • SB59: Federal Medicaid Works program; DMAS to convene work group to study, etc.
    • Read second time
  • SB50: Eviction Diversion Pilot Program; extends expiration of Program to July 1, 2025.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB47: Firearm; transfers to another person from a prohibited person.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB46: Higher educational institutions, public; admissions applications, legacy admissions, etc.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB36: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; definitions.
    • House requested conference committee
    • House insisted on substitute
  • SB35: Renewal of licensure; Boards of Medicine & Nursing to require Bd. of Nursing, etc., cont. ed. reqd.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB34: Temporary detention; certified evaluators, report.
    • Read second time
  • SB28: School boards; powers and duties, policies regarding cell phones and other handheld devices.
    • Read second time
  • SB26: Alcoholic beverage control; public consumption on premises of certain campgrounds.
  • SB25: Virginia Brownfield and Coal Mine Renewable Energy Grant Fund and Program; allocation of funds.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB22: Dentist and Dental Hygienist Compact; authorizes VA to become a signatory to the Compact, eff. date.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB19: Recovery residences; death and serious injury reports.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB18: Virginia Public Procurement Act; construction management & design-build contracting.
  • SB12: Children's advocacy centers; definitions, investigations by local departments of social services.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill Communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • SB11: Cruelty to animals; possession and ownership of animals.
    • Read second time
  • SB5: STEM+C Competition Team Grant Program and Fund; created and established.
  • SB2: Assault firearms & certain ammunition, etc.; purchase, possession, sale, transfer, etc., prohibited.
  • SB1: Minimum wage; increases wage to $13.50 per hour effective January 1, 2025.
    • Impact statement from DPB (SB1ER)
  • HR283: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Thomas E. Harden, Jr.
    • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108744D
  • HR282: Celebrating the life of Carlton Haywood, Jr.
    • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108172D
  • HR281: Commending the Honorable Mark Lee Keam.
    • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108415D
  • HR280: Commending Connie Moslow.
    • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108119D
  • HR279: Commending the Bold Mariner Brewing Company.
    • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108434D
  • HR128: Commending Access Independence.
    • Agreed to by House by voice vote
    • Engrossed by House
  • HR126: Commending Brian Thomas.
    • Agreed to by House by voice vote
    • Engrossed by House
    • Taken up for immediate consideration
  • HR108: Commending the Tabb High School field hockey team.
    • Agreed to by House by voice vote
    • Engrossed by House
  • HJ328: Commending Noah Lyles.
    • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107619D
  • HJ327: Commending Debbie Jones.
    • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107814D
  • HJ326: Commending the Community Development Block Grant Program.
    • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108373D
  • HJ325: Celebrating the life of Robert W. Haskins.
    • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108412D
  • HJ324: Commending Brodie Farm.
    • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107240D
  • HJ323: Commending Praveendharan Meyyan.
    • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108530D
  • HJ322: Commending Susan B. Seward.
    • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107810D
  • HJ321: Celebrating the life of Susan Pope Irving.
    • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108366D
  • HJ320: Celebrating the life of Walter Spears Claytor, D.D.S.
    • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107309D
  • HJ319: Celebrating the life of Lawrence Bussey.
    • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24105528D
  • HJ318: Celebrating the life of Francine Pannell Nash.
    • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107492D
  • HJ298: Commending the Tuckahoe Volunteer Rescue Squad.
    • Laid on Clerk's Desk
    • Received
  • HJ287: Celebrating the life of Emily Beer.
    • Passed by until Tuesday, March 5, 2024
  • HJ226: Commending Lucy Addison High School.
    • Laid on Clerk's Desk
    • Received
  • HJ199: Commending Jennifer DeBruhl.
    • Agreed to by House by voice vote
    • Engrossed by House
  • HJ76: Gun violence; JLARC to study effects on communities.
  • HJ67: Fair school funding reform; joint committee of various House and Senate committees to study.
  • HJ43: Large animal veterinarians; Board of Veterinary Medicine, et al., to study shortage.
  • HJ41: Fentanyl crisis; Joint Commission on Health Care to study policy solutions.
  • HJ30: Investor-owned electric utilities; SCC to study performance-based regulatory tools.
  • HJ10: Virginia Gaming Commission, Joint Subcommittee studying feasibility of establishing; continued.
  • HB1545: Physician assistants; definitions, requisite training and education achievements.
  • HB1542: Child abuse and neglect; mandatory reporters, statute of limitations, penalties.
  • HB1539: Abortion or other reproductive health care services; prohibitions on extradition for certain crimes.
  • HB1519: Virginia Consumer Protection Act; fees for electronic fund transfers, prohibited.
  • HB1502: Tangible personal property tax; classification of certain vehicles, removes sunset date.
    • Delegates: Willett, Hernandez, Orrock
    • Conferees appointed by House
    • House acceded to request
  • HB1499: Virginia Health Workforce Development Authority; increases ex officio members, etc., report.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB1499S1)
  • HB1487: DHCD; translation of certain forms and documents into five non-English languages on website, etc.
  • HB1486: Vacant buildings; registration.
    • Signed by President
  • HB1482: Unlawful detainer actions; no rental agreement between owner and occupant.
  • HB1477: Public schools; student instructional time, competency-based education.
  • HB1475: Uniform Statewide Building Code; certain building owners and operators to supply cooling, etc.
  • HB1467: Higher educational institutions, baccalaureate public; expands membership of board of visitors.
  • HB1466: Mineral mines; farm pond construction or expansion.
  • HB1462: Firearm in unattended motor vehicle; civil penalty.
    • Signed by President
  • HB1461: Short-term rental property; locality's ability to prohibit lessee or sublessee operator.
  • HB1458: Chief Resilience Officer of the Commonwealth; moves position under the Governor, etc.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB1457: Virginia Investment Performance Grants; definitions, calculating aggregate amount of Grants, etc.
  • HB1455: Virginia Memory Project; established.
  • HB1454: Limited-duration licenses and driver privilege cards and permits; extends validity.
  • HB1452: State agencies and their appointing authorities; diversity, equity, and inclusion strategic plans.
  • HB1451: Standards of Learning; assessments, eligibility for expedited retakes.
  • HB1443: Trial by jury; contact with jurors after trial prohibited, penalty.
  • HB1430: Library boards; adds King & Queen County to list of localities that are not required to establish.
  • HB1420: Juveniles; adjudication of delinquency.
    • Signed by President
  • HB1412: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exemption for complainant personal contact information.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB1404: Small SWaM Business Procurement Enhancement Program; established, definitions, report.
  • HB1402: Health insurance; pharmacy benefits managers, reporting requirements, civil penalty.
    • Signed by President
  • HB1399: Potato Board; reduces membership.
  • HB1398: Affordable housing; creates framework for localities to preserve housing.
  • HB1395: Historic preservation; filing of a historic designation application.
  • HB1389: Practice of athletic training; amends definition.
  • HB1388: Virginia Critical Operation for a Disappeared Child Initiative (CODI) Alert Program; created.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB1388ER)
  • HB1372: Notarial acts; knowledge-based authentication assessment, requirements.
  • HB1370: Health care providers, certain; reporting of medical debt to consumer reporting agencies prohibited.
  • HB1365: Higher educational institutions, public; release of student transcripts.
  • HB1361: Virginia Public Procurement Act; Virginia resident preference.
    • Passed by for the day
  • HB1354: Cats; prohibition on declawing.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB1351: Virginia Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, selling ignition interlock system.
  • HB1345: High school graduation requirements; satisfaction of elective course credits.
  • HB1342: Higher educational institutions, certain baccalaureate public; on-campus student health centers.
  • HB1339: Householder; exemptions from garnishment and lien.
  • HB1338: Courthouses; website posting of notices.
  • HB1336: Crisis stabilization services; facilities licensed by DBHDS, nursing homes.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB1335: J.D. Power Official Used Car Guide; added to list of publications for retail value of vehicles.
  • HB1333: Drug Control Act; adds certain chemicals to Schedules I, II, IV, and V of Act.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB1331: Campbell County; conveyance of easement by Departments of State Police and Transportation.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB1331ER)
  • HB1317: Public schools; transfer and management of scholastic records, disclosure of information in court.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB1309: St. Emerg. Medical Services Advisory Bd.; guidelines for provision of emerg. trtmt. of police dogs.
  • HB1303: General Assembly; administrative and legislative assistants.
  • HB1301: Virginia Post-Disaster Anti-Price Gouging Act; clairifes definition of consumer transaction, etc.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB1301S1)
  • HB1287: Towing companies; provision of existing law authorizing localities in planning District 8.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB1279: School health entrance form; Departments of Education and Health to streamline.
  • HB1278: Auricular acupuncture; use of the five needle protocol.
  • HB1272: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; copy of rental agreement for tenant.
  • HB1270: Virginia Consumer Protection Act; mold remediation, prohibited acts.
  • HB1268: Community corrections alternative program; evaluation and diagnosis to determine eligibility.
  • HB1261: Unemployment compensation; continuation of benefits, repayment of overpayments.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB1261S2)
  • HB1254: Bridges; state of good repair, allocation of funds.
  • HB1248: Debtor interrogatories; fieri facias, against whom a summons shall be issued.
  • HB1247: Public school funding; ratios of instructional positions to English language learner students.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB1247S1)
  • HB1246: Law-enforcement training; communication with individuals with autism spectrum disorder.
  • HB1244: Restorative housing and isolated confinement; restrictions on use.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB1243: Unfair Real Estate Service Agreement Act; created, consumer protections.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB1243ER)
  • HB1237: Real estate brokers; definitions, prohibits certain locations from being used as places of business.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB1237ER)
  • HB1231: JROTC; DOE to notify school boards of any federal legal obligation to participate in program.
  • HB1224: Special identification cards; reduces fee for issuance, etc.
  • HB1221: Health education; menstrual education instruction permitted.
  • HB1217: Cell phone records; investigation of missing persons.
  • HB1210: Health Insurance Reform Commission; assessment of certain legislation, report.
  • HB1209: Common interest communities; reserve studies, special assessment rescission or reduction.
    • Signed by President
  • HB1195: Firearms; waiting period for purchases, penalty.
  • HB1187: Xylazine; penalty for manufacturing, selling, etc., for human consumption.
  • HB1186: All-terrain power wheelchairs in state parks; DCR shall establish two-year pilot program.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB1186S1)
  • HB1182: Professional wetland delineator; certification requirements.
  • HB1178: Commonwealth of Virginia Innovation Partnership Authority; amends membership of board of directors.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB1178S1)
  • HB1174: Assault firearms; age requirement for purchase, penalty.
  • HB1171: Absentee voting; processing absentee ballots returned before election day, processing upon receipt.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB1165: Persons with disabilities; adds definitions related to rights.
  • HB1146: Address Confidentiality Program; expands to victims of child abduction.
  • HB1126: Persons other than ministers who may perform rites of marriage; current VA members of Congress.
    • Signed by President
  • HB1125: Virginia Business Ready Expedited Permitting Program; created.
  • HB1116: Virginia Public Procurement Act; methods of procurement, certain construction projects.
  • HB1113: Virginia Public Procurement Act; job order contracting, limitations.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB1112: Auto recyclers; database search.
  • HB1108: Virginia Public Procurement Act; construction management and design-build contracting.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB1108S1)
  • HB1089: Special education and related services; definitions, utilization of Virginia IEP.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB1089S1)
  • HB1088: Climate change and environmental literacy; instructional materials, model policies.
  • HB1087: College and Career Ready Virginia Program and Fund; established, report.
  • HB1084: Disabled parking placards; extends validity, eliminates fees.
  • HB1083: VA Education & Workforce Longitudinal Data System; administration by Office of Education Economics.
  • HB1082: Judgments, certain; debtor may petition court for restricted license.
  • HB1076: Education, Board of; through-year growth assessment system, alternatives during 2024-2026.
    • Signed by President
  • HB1075: Dolly Parton's Imagination Library of Virginia Program; established, report, sunset date.
  • HB1071: Speed limits; expands authority of any locality to reduce limit to less than 25 miles per hour.
    • Signed by President
  • HB1068: Pharmacy outsourcing and pharmacy technician remote database access; regulations.
  • HB1062: Net energy metering; eligible customer-generators and agricultural customer-generators.
    • Signed by President
  • HB1058: Chesapeake Bay Public Access Authorities; singular license for waterfowl blinds.
  • HB1055: Eastern VA Health Sciences Center at Old Dominion University, board of directors of; membership.
  • HB1044: Higher Education for Virginia, State Council of; membership.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB1040: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; definition of 'caregiver,' remote participation in meetings.
    • Signed by President
  • HB1024: Virginia Preservice Training for Child Care Staff; Department of Education shall review course.
  • HB1022: Law-enforcement officers, certain; universal certification, necessary training.
  • HB1005: Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Virginia Board for; dust sampling technicians, renovators.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB1005ER)
  • HB1002: Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, Division of; powers and duties.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB996: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act, etc.
  • HB995: Medicine, Board of; temporary licensure of physicians licensed in a foreign country.
  • HB994: Marriage; establishes legal age to be 18 years.
  • HB992: Social services, local departments of; agreements with local workforce development boards.
  • HB990: Employer seeking wage or salary history of prospective employees; prohibited.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB990ER)
  • HB985: High polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon; prohibits pavement sealants that contain, civil penalty.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB980: Higher ed. institutions; students who report acts of hazing or bullying, referral for support.
  • HB972: Defendant; prohibiting inquiry into immigration status, notification of consequences.
  • HB971: Nurse practitioners; patient care team provider, autonomous practice.
  • HB962: Noncitizens of the United States; removes term aliens throughout Code.
  • HB959: Towing violations; enforcement.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB958: School boards; inclusion of enrolled students in work of boards.
  • HB957: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; tenant's remedies, condemnation of dwelling unit.
  • HB955: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; summary of rental agreement provisions.
  • HB953: Local Environmental Impact Fund; localities to create a permanent and perpetual fund.
    • Signed by President
  • HB950: Uniform Statewide Building Code; temporarily prohibit modifications to Code.
  • HB947: Local government; regulation by ordinance for locations of tobacco products, etc.
    • Signed by President
  • HB939: Elections administration; prohibits possession of firearm within 100 feet of certain locations.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB937: Innovative alternative school transportation; school boards to implement low/no-cost alternatives.
  • HB935: Health insurance; coverage for doula care services.
    • Delegates: LeVere Bolling, Herring, O'Quinn
    • Conferees appointed by House
    • House acceded to request
  • HB934: Small claims court; representation of certain entities.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB933: Alzheimer's disease and dementia; training for dispatchers, firefighters, etc.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB933ER)
  • HB926: Unlawful dissemination or sale of images of another; increases penalty.
  • HB917: Real estate broker; definition.
    • Signed by President
  • HB916: Substantial Risk Order Reporting System; established.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB913: Parole Board; voting requirements.
  • HB909: 1915(c) Home and Community Based Services Medicaid Waivers; state plan amdmts., prog. modifications.
  • HB906: Public utilities; municipal utilities, disconnection of service, consumer protections.
  • HB901: Interlocutory ruling, order, or action; motion to reconsider.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB898: Forensic Science, Department of; laboratory procedures, requirements regarding DNA profiles.
  • HB895: Protective orders; venue.
    • Signed by President
  • HB894: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; electronic meetings.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB893: Attorneys appointed to represent parents or guardians; qualifications and performance.
  • HB892: Farmland Preservation, Office of; transfers Office to Dept. of Forestry.
  • HB880: Common interest communities; foreclosure remedy.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB879: Land's End Wildlife Mgmt. Area; DWR to grant & convey an ingress-egress easement & right-of-way.
    • Signed by President
  • HB876: Resale Disclosure Act; delivery of resale certificate, remedies.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB861: Weapons; carrying into hospital that provides mental health services.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB857: Fines and costs; changes period of limitations for collection.
  • HB855: Home Energy Assistance Program; Bd. of Social Svcs. to allow applications to be submitted all year.
  • HB852: Local government ordinances related to fire departments; billing on behalf of volunteer fire depts.
  • HB848: Veterinary medicine; traineeships.
  • HB843: Pari-mutuel wagering; historical horse racing, percentage retained for distribution.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB838: Police and court records; expungement, definition of 'otherwise dismissed.'
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB836: Uniform Statutory Rule Against Perpetuities; trusts, certain nonvested property interests.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB833: Child abuse and neglect; custody and visitation, possession or consumption of authorized substances.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB830: Farm to school programs Task Force; guidance and resources.
  • HB827: On-campus food insecurity; SCHEV to survey institutions to determine how they are addressing issue.
  • HB825: At-Risk Program; established, public school funding.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB825S1)
  • HB823: Temporary detention order; alternative transportation.
    • Signed by President
  • HB818: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; amends definition of meeting, provisions of Act.
  • HB807: Behavioral Health Commission; changes composition of membership.
  • HB804: Dangerous dog; extending the time for adjudication.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB804ER)
  • HB803: Juveniles; expungement of court records.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
    • Floor substitute printed 24108697D-S3 (Surovell)
  • HB799: Concealed handgun permit applications; fingerprints required by local governments.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB798: Firearms; purchase, possession, etc., following an assault and battery or stalking violation.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB797: Concealed handguns; demonstrated competence for a permit, firearms instructors and safety programs.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB794: Statutory agents; service of process.
  • HB784: Child and spousal support; entry or modification of orders, determination of support overages.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB783: Adoption; parental placement and agency adoption.
    • Signed by President
  • HB779: Permissible venue; personal injury and wrongful death actions, appointment of administrator.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB778: Quitclaim and release property rights; DCR to release certain property rights in Albemarle County.
  • HB776: Law-enforcement officers; minimum qualifications, citizenship, waiver.
  • HB770: Retaliatory action against employee prohibited; remedies available.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB770ER)
  • HB744: Consumer protection; automatic renewal or continuous service offers.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB744S1)
  • HB740: Unlawful detainer; bifurcation of case.
  • HB739: Early childhood care and education; exemption from licensure for certain child day programs.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB738: Space Force; extension of certain benefits and privileges for persons serving in Armed Forces.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB732: Public elementary and secondary schools; policies and requirements relating to opioid antagonists.
  • HB731: Teachers; renewable licenses, requirements, assessments.
  • HB729: PACE programs; long-term services and support screening.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB728: Surplus technological equipment; DGS to establish procedures for disposition of materials.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB723: Property Owners' Association Act; meeting of board of directors.
    • Signed by President
  • HB715: Capital outlay plan; repeals existing six-year capital outlay for projects to be funded.
    • Delegates: Torian, Sickles, Coyner
    • Conferees appointed by House
    • House acceded to request
  • HB712: Six-year financial plan; modifies requirements for plans submitted by Governor to General Assembly.
    • Delegates: Torian, Sickles, Coyner
    • Conferees appointed by House
    • House acceded to request
  • HB707: Consumer Data Protection Act; protections for children.
  • HB701: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; routine maintenance, notice to tenant.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB698: Cannabis control; establishes a framework for creation of a retail marijuana market, penalties.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB698S4)
  • HB690: Higher educational institutions; campus safety, governing board of certain educational institutions.
  • HB673: Resilient VA Revolving Fund; distributing loans or grants for projects.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB653: Adoption of initial discretionary sentencing guideline midpoints; violent felony offenses.
  • HB651: Cyber civilian corps; Virginia Information Technologies Agency, shall assess creation of corps.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB649: Vital records; birth certificates, adoption, members of the military.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB647: Public education; student literacy measures.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB641: Relief; Kingrea, David Wayne, compensation for wrongful inclusion on sex offender registry.
  • HB640: Wrongful incarceration; compensation.
  • HB637: Substantial Risk Order Training Program; Department of Criminal Justice Services to establish.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB633: Labor trafficking; forced labor or service, penalties.
  • HB632: Teachers; regulations governing certain licenses and certificates.
  • HB626: Public schools; youth and community violence prevention, report.
  • HB625: Community Schools, Office of; established within Department of Education, etc.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB625H1)
  • HB624: Public school funding; ratios of instructional positions to English language learner students.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB624S1)
  • HB623: Rights of voters; covered practices, civil cause of action, standing, jurisdiction, and venue.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB623S1)
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB617: High school student-athletes; use of name, image, or likeness.
  • HB607: End Hunger, Virginia Commission to; established, report, sunset date.
  • HB606: Clinical social workers, licensure examination alternative.
  • HB598: Virginia Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; landlord remedies, noncompliance with rental agreement.
  • HB597: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; enforcement by localities.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB596: Fisheries Innovation for Sustainable Harvest Fund; established.
  • HB588: VA Residential Landlord &Tenant Act; fire/casualty damage, landlord requirements for termination.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB586: Law-enforcement officers; training standards.
    • Signed by President
  • HB583: Public elementary school teachers; length of daily lunch breaks.
  • HB581: Human trafficking; attorneys for the Commonwealth to establish multidisciplinary response teams.
  • HB576: Contractors, Board for; required regulations and disclosures.
  • HB574: Recordation tax; value of interest conveyed.
    • Signed by President
    • Impact statement from TAX (HB574ER)
  • HB569: Employment discrimination; employee notification of federal and state statute of limitations.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB569ER)
  • HB568: Tax exemptions; Confederacy organizations.
    • Signed by President
  • HB561: Annual school safety audits; items to be reviewed.
  • HB555: Corrections Ombudsman, Office of the Department of; created, report.
  • HB550: Adult adoptee; access to original birth certificate.
  • HB536: Student bullying; adjusts definition, characteristics of victim.
  • HB523: Charitable gaming; organization to use predetermined percentage of its receipts for expenses.
  • HB517: European honey bee; designating as the official state pollinator.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB516: Prescription drugs; labels provided for blind and disabled users.
  • HB511: Out-of-state health care practitioners; temp. authorization to practice in assisted living fac.
  • HB503: Credentialed addiction treatment professionals; definition to include licensed behavior analysts.
  • HB498: School bd. policy; parental notification of responsibility of safe storage of firearms in household.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB478: Community revitalization fund; expanding use for all localities.
    • Signed by President
  • HB477: Eviction Diversion Pilot Program; extends expiration of Program to July 1, 2025.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB470: Minor; petition for child in need of services or supervision.
    • Senators: Surovell, Bagby, Stuart
    • Conferees appointed by Senate
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB470S1)
  • HB467: Real estate contract disclosures, certain; establishment by localities prohibited.
  • HB466: Concealed handgun permits; reciprocity with other states.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB464: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for nonprofit entities.
  • HB459: Trees; conservation during land development process in certain localities.
    • Signed by President
  • HB457: Decreasing probation period; establishes criteria for mandatory reduction.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB457S1)
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB456: City council salaries; permitted salaries.
  • HB455: Controlled substances; possession of an item containing less than one gram, penalty.
  • HB454: Firearm/explosive material; carrying w/in Capitol Square or bldg. owned or leased by Commonwealth.
  • HB444: Virginia Rap Back Service; criminal history record monitoring.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB442: Va. Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; landlord remedies, noncompliance with rental agreement.
  • HB438: Written complaints; felony offenses to be provided.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB436: Advance directive; revocation of directive upon filing of divorce or annulment of marriage, etc.
    • Signed by President
  • HB435: Law-enforcement officers; exposure to bodily fluids, petition to the general district court.
  • HB432: Jurors; availability of copy of jury panel to counsel.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB430: Bail; violation of any partial condition of release, report available to counsel of record.
    • Signed by President
  • HB428: DCR authorized to quitclaim and release certain rights in Wythe County.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB426: Counseling, Board of; licensure of professional counselors without examination.
  • HB419: Early childhood care and education system; need- and demand-based funding.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB419S1)
  • HB418: Civil actions filed on behalf of multiple persons; types of class actions.
    • Signed by President
  • HB415: Virginia Beach, City of; amending charter, expansion of board of equalization.
    • Signed by President
  • HB405: Electric vehicle charging facilities; infrastructure necessary to support installation.
  • HB398: Public elementary and secondary schools; student discipline, etc.
  • HB383: Real estate board; continuing education requirements for real estate brokers and salespersons.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB380: License plates, special; issuance to certain members, veterans & retirees of U.S. Air Force.
  • HB374: Virginia Minority Business Commission; established, membership, report, sunset clause.
  • HB368: Uniform Statewide Building Code; Board of HCD to convene advisory group to evaluate.
  • HB362: Firearms; purchase, etc., following an assault and battery against an intimate or dating partner.
  • HB352: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; early termination for military personnel, stop.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB350: Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc., Bd. for; quorum and signature requirements
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB350ER)
  • HB336: Powers of attorney, certain; transfer on death deeds.
    • Signed by President
  • HB333: Environmental Justice, Virginia Council on; meetings and staffing, appointment of members.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB332: Termination of trust; notice requirements.
    • Signed by President
  • HB324: PA Licensure Compact; authorizes Virginia to become a signatory to Compact.
  • HB322: Cosmetology Compact; established.
  • HB318: Firearm industry members; creates standards of responsible conduct, civil liability.
  • HB316: Virginia Recycling Development Center; established, report.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB316S2)
  • HB312: Rental conveyances; relocates certain provisions related to assignments of rent.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB311: Virginia Public Procurement Act; submissions of bids or proposals on electronic procurement system.
    • Signed by President
  • HB310: Judges; maximum number each judicial district and circuit.
  • HB299: License tax; retired police or military dogs, exemption.
    • Signed by President
  • HB294: Protective order in case of family abuse; termination of temporary order of child support.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB292: Drug Treatment Court Act; renames the Act as the Recovery Court Act.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB291: Long-term services and supports screening; expedited screening and screening exemption.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB287: Geology; expands definition of geological mapping.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB281: Child day programs; use of office buildings, waiver of zoning requirements.
    • Signed by President
  • HB279: Military leaves of absence for employees of the Commonwealth, etc.; includes prof. firefighters.
  • HB269: Provisional (Career Switcher) License; special education.
  • HB268: Juveniles; evidence of trafficking, sexual abuse, or rape by the alleged victim.
  • HB267: Assault or assault and battery against a law-enforcement officer; prosecution of an individual.
  • HB266: Custodial interrogation of a child; failure to comply with section, inadmissibility of statement.
  • HB265: Removal of public officers from office; petition requirements, procedure.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB265S1)
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB264: Legal notices and publications; online-only news publications, requirements.
    • Signed by President
  • HB257: Sickle cell anemia; prescription of opioids for pain management.
  • HB250: Law-enforcement officers; interrogation practices.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB246: Fines, restitution, forfeiture, penalties, etc.; criminal and traffic cases, itemized statement.
    • Signed by President
  • HB238: Health insurance; coverage for colorectal cancer screening.
    • Signed by President
  • HB234: All-terrain vehicles and off-road motorcycles; seizure, impounding, and disposition.
    • Signed by President
  • HB233: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; eligible site for site development grant.
  • HB224: Public schools; mental health awareness training.
  • HB223: Cruelty to animals; possession and ownership of companion or equine animals.
  • HB215: High school students; development of Title IX and sexual harassment prevention training modules.
  • HB214: Common interest communities; residents providing certain services exemption.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB213: Emissions inspections; fees, agreement for services and service charge fees.
  • HB212: MEI Project Approval Commission; board-level gender and diversity requirements.
  • HB203: Private security services business; training requirements for human trafficking.
    • Signed by President
  • HB202: Optometrists; expert witness testimony.
    • Signed by President
  • HB200: Updating Virginia Law to Reflect Federal Recognition of Virginia Tribes; Commission on.
  • HB199: Virginia Brownfield and Coal Mine Renewable Energy Grant Fund and Program; allocation of funds.
  • HB194: Virginia Military Parents Equal Protection Act; members of Space Force.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB188: Advance Health Care Planning Registry; amendment of regulations.
    • Signed by President
  • HB184: Foreclosure procedures; subordinate mortgage, affidavit required.
  • HB183: Firearms; storage in residence where minor or person prohibited from possessing is present, penalty.
  • HB175: Assault firearms; carrying in public areas prohibited, penalty.
  • HB174: Marriage lawful regardless of sex, gender, or race of parties; issuance of marriage license.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB173: Plastic firearms and unfinished frames, etc.; manufacture, import, etc. prohibited, penalties.
  • HB172: Family or household member; clarifies definition, penalty.
  • HB171: Signing of pleadings, motions, and other papers; electronic signatures.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB160: Veterans; workplace poster for benefits and services.
    • Signed by President
  • HB155: Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; claims.
  • HB150: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program; new participants not required to appear in person.
  • HB140: Adoption; award of damages, death by wrongful act.
    • Signed by President
  • HB136: Staunton, City of; City allowed to reduce or waive utility connection fees in certain areas.
    • Signed by President
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB134: Opioids; educational materials concerning risks.
  • HB128: Door-to-door vendors; local regulation, political parties exempted.
    • Signed by President
  • HB125: Special justices and independent evaluator fees; emergency custody and voluntary civil admissions.
  • HB124: State Corporation Commission; annual report filing requirements.
    • Signed by President
  • HB123: Health insurance; ethics and fairness in carrier business practices.
    • Signed by President
  • HB122: Environmental Quality, Department of; review and authorization of projects, hearing and appeal.
  • HB120: DPOR and DHP; certain suspensions not considered disciplinary action.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB115: Guardians and conservators; order of appointment and certificate of qualification, annual report.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB110: Surrogacy brokers; repeals statute of prohibition.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB105: Resale Disclosure Act; resale certificate, fees.
    • Impact statement from DPB (HB105ER)
  • HB103: Local and Regional Jails, State Board of; powers and duties.
    • Signed by President
  • HB102: Court-appointed counsel; raises the limitation of fees.
  • HB100: Child labor offenses; increases civil penalties.
  • HB86: Summons for unlawful detainer; specifies a process by which a plaintiff may amend amount due to him.
    • Signed by President
  • HB81: Suicide; abolishes common-law crime.
  • HB77: Robbery; conforms certain provisions of the Code of VA to the degrees of robbery offenses, etc.
  • HB76: Grand jury; clarifies oaths of foreman, jurors, and witnesses.
    • Signed by President
  • HB74: Unpaved secondary highways; improvement of secondary hwys. includes improvements other than paving.
    • Signed by President
  • HB73: Unlawful detainer; expungement of action, entering of an order without further petition or hearing.
    • Passed by for the day
    • Read third time
  • HB71: Combined sewer overflow outfalls; compliance with regulations, Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
  • HB66: Public schools; fire drills, timing and frequency.
  • HB63: Criminal cases; request for a jury to ascertain punishment.
    • Signed by President
  • HB62: Animal Cruelty Conviction List; established.
  • HB57: Restaurant exemptions; certain organizations participating in fundraising events.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB54: Falls Church, City of; amending charter, qualifications of members of boards and commissions.
    • Signed by President
  • HB48: Higher educational institutions, public; admissions applications, legacy admissions, etc.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB46: Firearm; transfers to another person from a prohibited person.
    • G Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 8, 2024
    • Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor on March 1, 2024
  • HB36: Abuse and neglect of children; causing or enabling child to gain possession of a firearm, penalty.
  • HB25: Retail sales and use tax holiday; establishes an annual tax holiday that takes place in August.
  • HB22: Auto sears; definition, prohibition on manufacture, importation, sale, etc., penalty.
  • HB18: Hate crimes and discrimination; ethnic animosity, penalties.
  • HB14: Unemployment compensation; employer's failure to respond to requests for information, etc.
  • February 29, 2024

    • SR118: Commending Marie Ridder.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24107673D
    • SR117: Commending Jim Snavely.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24107551D
    • SR116: Celebrating the life of Richard E. Lyons.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24107549D
    • SR115: Commending Eagle Carpets.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24107547D
    • SR114: Celebrating the life of Nancy Lee Revercomb Brubaker.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24107545D
    • SR113: Commending Jeff Bourne.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24107543D
    • SR112: Celebrating the life of Charles Cameron Ballard.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24107542D
    • SR111: Celebrating the life of Jordyn Paige Rasnake.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24108080D
    • SR110: Commending the Tazewell High School Class of 1973.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24108006D
    • SR109: Commending the Charles J. Colgan Sr. High School girls' soccer team.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24106687D
    • SR102: Commending the Richmond Canes.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR102ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SR101: Commending M. Siddique Sheikh.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR101ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SR100: Commending the Grottoes Volunteer Fire Department.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR100ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SR99: Commending the Weyers Cave Ruritan Club.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR99ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SR98: Celebrating the life of Marion Gertrude Oyer.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR98ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SR97: Commending Boyd T. Allison, Jr.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR97ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SR96: Celebrating the life of Edwin L. Barnes.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR96ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SR95: Celebrating the life of Flaudean Bolling.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR95ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SR94: Celebrating the life of William Reese Hess.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR94ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SR93: Celebrating the life of Zachary Andrew Carter.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR93ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SR92: Commending K9 Batman.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR92ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SR91: Celebrating the life of Riley C. Cole.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR91ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SR90: Celebrating the life of Evelyn Flengas.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR90ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SR89: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas J. Bliley, Jr.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR89ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SR88: Celebrating the life of Mary L. Woodhouse.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR88ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SR87: Celebrating the life of Patrick Albert Lewis.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR87ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SR86: Commending Michael Charles Huntley II.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR86ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SR85: Celebrating the life of Marie Brinkley Hill.
      • Bill text as passed Senate (SR85ER)
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ186: Commending Buta Biberaj.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24107677D
    • SJ185: Celebrating the life of Harris Nathan Miller.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24107700D
    • SJ184: Commending the Cooper Middle School symphonic band.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24107678D
    • SJ183: Celebrating the life of Julie Clemente.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24107676D
    • SJ182: Celebrating the life of Arthur Stuart Nachman.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24107674D
    • SJ181: Commending Michael F. Murn
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24107675D
    • SJ180: Celebrating the life of Walter A. Marston, Jr.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24108178D
    • SJ179: Celebrating the life of Joshua Chamberlain Peck.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24108144D
    • SJ178: Celebrating the life of Michael Scott Hoover.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24107602D
    • SJ177: Commending Alvin D. Parker.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24107703D
    • SJ176: Commending Neighborhood Health.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24108334D
    • SJ175: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Richard Samuel Reynolds III.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24108298D
    • SJ174: Commending John Shinholser.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24101268D
    • SJ173: Commending Nancy Collins.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24108113D
    • SJ172: Commending United We Light: Project Guatemala.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24108137D
    • SJ171: Commending Jennifer McCall.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24108112D
    • SJ170: Celebrating the life of James 'Jim' Horace Hinshaw.
      • Laid on Clerk's Desk
      • Presented 24107001D
    • SJ169: Celebrating the life of Patricia Elizabeth Clifton Harwood, Ph.D.
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ168: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Clarence A. Holland, M.D.
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ167: Commending the Virginia, Maryland and Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ166: Commending the Central Virginia Cricket Association.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ165: Commending the Honorable Kenneth William Stolle.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ164: Commending Citizens Bank & Trust Company.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ163: Commending Neil A. Morgan.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ162: Celebrating the life of James Douglas Coleburn.
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ161: Commending John Carlton Phillips.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ160: Celebrating the life of Paul Otie Bennett.
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ159: Celebrating the life of George Declan O'Reilly.
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ158: Celebrating the life of Richard Gale Elliott.
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ157: Commending Gilbert A. Smith.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ156: Commending William G. Coada.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ155: Commending Denise Burrell Smith.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ154: Commending the Reverend Dr. Harold James Cobb, Jr.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ153: Commending the Fairfax County Public Library.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ152: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Robison Brown James.
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ151: Commending Mark E. Smith.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ150: Commending the Tidewater EMS Council.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ149: Celebrating the life of William Thomas Greer, Jr.
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ148: Celebrating the life of Trevor Bryan Brown.
      • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SJ148ER)
    • SJ147: Celebrating the life of George Thomas Garten.
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ146: Commending the Brunswick Academy football team.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ145: Commending Sunshine R. Huggins.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ144: Commending Zoie Lamanna.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ143: Celebrating the life of Stanley William Roberts.
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ142: Commending the Honorable Robert J. Smith.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ141: Celebrating the life of the Honorable George James Kostel.
      • Laid on Speaker's table
      • Received
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ140: Commending Linsey Chen Marr, Ph.D.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ139: Celebrating the life of Matthew White Paxton, Jr.
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ138: Commending Virginia S. Perrin.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ137: Commending Risa Goluboff.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ136: Commending Jethro H. Piland, III.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ135: Commending First Sergeant Macky J. Cottongim, USMC.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ134: Commending Colonel Elizabeth A. Sydow.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ133: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Jamie Jerome Duncan.
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ132: Commending the Stafford High School competition cheer team.
      • Laid on Speaker's table
      • Received
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SJ131: Celebrating the life of Captain Anderson Keating King, USAR.
      • Agreed to by Senate
      • Engrossed by Senate
    • SB737: Electric utilities; energy efficiency programs, on-bill tariff program.
      • Read second time
    • SB734: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; electronic meetings.
      • Signed by President
    • SB728: Cumberland's Airport Commission; establishes a new charter, repeals current charter.
    • SB716: Unprofessional conduct; disciplinary action against doctor for providing abortion care, etc.
      • Signed by President
    • SB710: Judges; maximum number in each judicial district and circuit.
      • House requested conference committee
      • House insisted on substitute
    • SB704: Rural Virginia, Center for; renames Center the Senator Frank M. Ruff, Jr. Center for Rural Virginia.
      • Signed by President
    • SB702: Early childhood care and education; exemption from licensure.
    • SB701: Vested rights; building permits.
      • Read second time
    • SB699: Revenue reserves & budgetary amendments; commitment of funds for Revenue Reserve Fund.
      • House requested conference committee
      • House insisted on substitute
    • SB683: Family and Children's Trust Fund; modifies membership, powers and duties.
      • Read second time
    • SB676: Individuals with developmental disabilities; financial eligibility.
      • Read second time
    • SB672: Property Owners' Association Act or Virginia Condominium Act; assessments for legal obligations.
      • Read second time
    • SB663: Veterinary Medicine, Board of; powers and duties, satellite offices.
      • Signed by President
    • SB660: Health insurance; pharmacy benefits managers, reporting requirements, civil penalty.
      • Signed by President
    • SB657: Alcoholic beverage control; annual mixed beverage performing arts facility licenses.
    • SB655: Virginia Employment Commission; appeals proceedings, appeal tribunals and Board of Review.
      • Signed by President
    • SB637: Fines, costs, forfeitures, penalties, etc.; duty of attorneys for the Commonwealth.
    • SB635: Alcoholic beverage control; sale and delivery of mixed beverages & pre-mixed wine off-premises.
      • Signed by President
    • SB634: State Corporation Commission; powers and duties.
      • Read second time
    • SB629: Dentists and dental hygienists; added to list of providers who are immune from civil liability, etc.
      • Signed by President
    • SB627: Qualified high school students; opportunities to enroll in postsecondary coursework, etc.
    • SB614: Xylazine; penalty for manufacturing, selling, etc., for human consumption.
      • Impact statement from DPB (SB614ER)
      • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB614ER)
      • Enrolled
    • SB610: Slot-retention requests; Developmental Disability waiver slots, sunset date.
      • Signed by President
    • SB607: Central fill pharmacies; definitions.
      • Read second time
    • SB597: Affordable housing; local zoning ordinance authority, comprehensive plan.
      • Read second time
    • SB589: Rental conveyances; relocates certain provisions related to assignments of rent.
      • Signed by President
    • SB585: Six-Year capital outlay plan; Advisory Com. shall communicate Governor-proposed list of projects.
    • SB570: Virginia Human Rights Act; definition of 'employer.'
      • Read second time
    • SB565: Energy efficiency programs; incremental annual savings.
      • Read second time
    • SB560: Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Virginia Board for; dust sampling technicians, renovators.
      • Signed by President
    • SB554: Licenses or certificates; reciprocal licensing for neighboring states.
      • Read second time
    • SB542: Unemployment insurance; benefit eligibility conditions, lockout exception, etc.
      • Signed by President
    • SB541: Casino gaming; removes the City of Richmond as an eligible host city.
      • Signed by President
    • SB538: Uniform Statewide Building Code; violations, increases fines.
      • Signed by President
    • SB537: Hospital regulations; use of smoke evacuation systems during surgical procedures.
      • Signed by President
    • SB517: Tax exemptions; Confederacy organizations.
      • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB517ER)
      • Enrolled
    • SB508: Renewable energy portfolio standard; geothermal heating and cooling systems.
      • Read second time
    • SB504: Police and court records; expungement, term 'otherwise dismissed.'
      • Impact statement from DPB (SB504ES1)
    • SB498: School-connected overdoses; policies relating to parental notification and response, requirements.
      • House requested conference committee
      • House insisted on substitute
    • SB496: Virginia Growth and Opportunity Act; Virginia investment performance grants.
      • Read second time
    • SB495: RPS eligible sources; falling water generation facilities.
      • Read second time
    • SB494: Live-in domestic workers; overtime pay for certain employees.
      • Read second time
    • SB488: Personal care services; DMAS to review requirements related to payments.
      • Read second time
    • SB484: Public schools; youth and community violence prevention.
      • Impact statement from DPB (SB484ER)
      • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB484ER)
      • Enrolled
    • SB477: Blighted and derelict properties in certain localities; rate of tax.
      • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB477ER)
      • Enrolled
    • SB463: Accountancy, Board of; powers and duties, repeals requirement for an annual audit of the Board.
      • Signed by President
    • SB454: Electric utilities; recovery of development costs associated with small modular reactor.
      • Read second time
    • SB453: Emissions inspections; agreement for services and service charge fees.
    • SB441: School boards; employment verification, requirement.
      • House requested conference committee
      • House insisted on substitute
    • SB435: Education, Board of; through-year growth assessment system, alternatives during 2024-2026.
      • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB435ER)
      • Enrolled
    • SB426: Pari-mutuel wagering; historical horse racing, percentage retained for distribution.
      • Signed by President
    • SB425: Health insurance; ethics and fairness in carrier business practices.
      • Signed by President
    • SB422: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; prohibited provisions, fees for maintenance.
      • Read second time
    • SB415: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; amends definition of 'meeting.'
    • SB413: Local government; standardization of public notice requirements for certain meetings, hearings, etc.
      • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB413ER)
      • Enrolled
    • SB411: Transparency in Publicly Funded Animal Testing Facilities, Task Force on; VDACS to convene.
      • Impact statement from DPB (SB411H1)
    • SB403: Behavioral health technicians, etc.; scope of practice, supervision, and qualifications.
      • Read second time
    • SB399: Six-year financial plan; modifies requirements for plans submitted by Governor to General Assembly.
    • SB388: Virginia Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, mandatory fees disclosure.
      • Read second time
    • SB373: Paid family and medical leave insurance program; notice requirements, civil action.
      • Impact statement from DPB (SB373H1)
    • SB364: Elections; protection of electors and election officials, penalty, civil action.
      • House committee, floor amendments and substitutes offered
    • SB361: Consumer Data Protection Act; protections for children.
      • Read second time
    • SB358: Real estate broker; definition.
      • Signed by President
    • SB357: Assault and battery of a law-enforcement officer; penalty.
      • Delegates: Watts, Callsen, Kilgore
      • Conferees appointed by House
    • SB356: Court-appointed counsel; raises limitation of fees that counsel can receive for representation.
      • House requested conference committee
      • House insisted on substitute with amendment
    • SB354: Real estate contract disclosures, certain; establishment by localities prohibited.
      • Read second time
    • SB352: Teachers; changes to provisions relating to licensure and certification, reciprocity.
      • House requested conference committee
      • House insisted on substitute
    • SB350: Virginia Human Rights Act; right to sue.
      • Read second time
    • SB347: VA Military Survivors & Dependents Education Program; work group to evaluate, etc., Program.
      • Impact statement from DPB (SB347S2)
    • SB342: Virginia Waste Management Board; open burning of solid wastes, transportation of vegetative waste.
      • Impact statement from DPB (SB342ER)
      • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB342ER)
      • Enrolled
    • SB338: Gun violence; JLARC to study effects on communities.
      • Impact statement from DPB (SB338H1)
    • SB330: Real estate board; continuing education requirements for real estate brokers and salespersons.
      • Signed by President
    • SB327: Firearms, certain; age requirement to purchase, def. of 'assault firearm' & 'handgun,' penalty.
      • Delegates: Sickles, McClure, Ennis
      • Conferees appointed by House
    • SB325: Vital records; birth certificates, adoption, members of the military.
      • Signed by President
    • SB323: Percy Lee House, III Mem. Bridge; designates bridge on Otterdam Rd. over I-95 in Greensville County.
      • Passed by for the day
    • SB314: Farm to School Program Task Force; Department of Education to establish.
      • House requested conference committee
      • House insisted on substitute
    • SB313: Solar energy facilities; regulations regarding mandatory solar disclosures, report.
      • House requested conference committee
      • House insisted on substitute
    • SB308: Residential dwelling units; rentals for 30 consecutive days or longer.
      • Read second time
    • SB301: Campaign finance; appeal of penalties.
      • House committee, floor amendments and substitutes offered
    • SB283: School meals; community eligibility provision, report.
      • Impact statement from DPB (SB283H1)
    • SB281: Family cemeteries; interment rights, proof of kinship.
      • Read second time
    • SB272: English language learner expenditures, etc.; DOE to develop and implement data collection process.
    • SB260: Virginia Public Procurement Act; Virginia resident preference.
    • SB259: Civil actions filed on behalf of multiple persons; types of class actions.
      • Impact statement from DPB (SB259ER)
      • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB259ER)
      • Enrolled
    • SB248: Virginia Petroleum Products Franchise Act; agreements between jobber/distributors and dealers.
      • Impact statement from DPB (SB248ER)
    • SB245: Energy, Department of; building standards for certain local buildings.
      • Read second time
    • SB244: FOIA; meetings held through electronic communication during declared states of emergency.
      • Signed by President
    • SB243: PFAS Expert Advisory Committee; established, monitoring sources.
      • Impact statement from DPB (SB243ER)
      • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB243ER)
      • Enrolled
    • SB241: Workers' compensation; notice of right to dispute claim.
      • Read second time
    • SB240: Property tax; exemption for surviving spouses of armed forces members who died in the line of duty.
    • SB232: Manufactured home parks; resident rights.
      • Signed by President
    • SB222: Commonwealth information security; definitions, requirements.
      • Impact statement from DPB (SB222ER)
      • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB222ER)
      • Enrolled
    • SB213: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; early termination for military personnel, stop.
      • Signed by President
    • SB199: High school graduation requirements; satisfaction of elective course credits.
    • SB184: Geology; expands definition of geological mapping.
      • Signed by President
    • SB177: Employee designation and payment policies; nursing staff at state psychiatric hospitals.
      • Read second time
    • SB176: Civil commitments & temporary detention orders; def. of mental illness neurocognitive disorders.
      • Read second time
    • SB168: Alcoholic beverage control; food-to-beverage ratio.
      • Read second time
    • SB156: Financial Services Expansion Grant Fund; established.
      • Impact statement from DPB (SB156ER)
      • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB156ER)
      • Enrolled
    • SB135: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; eligible site for site development grant.
      • House requested conference committee
      • House insisted on substitute
    • SB129: Forest Sustainability Fund; fund allocation.
      • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB129ER)
      • Enrolled
    • SB119: Drug manufacturers; permitting and registration, certain conditions related to 340B-covered drugs.
      • Read second time
    • SB109: Candidates; declaration of candidacy for primary.
      • Delegates: Reid, LeVere Bolling, McNamara
      • Conferees appointed by House
    • SB105: Elementary and secondary education achievement; At-Risk Program established.
      • House requested conference committee
      • House insisted on substitute
    • SB54: Early childhood care and education system; unspent funding balances, report.
    • SB36: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; definitions.
    • SB34: Temporary detention; certified evaluators, report.
      • Impact statement from DPB (SB34H1)
    • SB26: Alcoholic beverage control; public consumption on premises of certain campgrounds.
      • Read second time
    • SB21: Students w/disabilities; SCHEV to study process used to determine eligibility for accommodations.
      • House requested conference committee
      • House insisted on substitute
    • SB18: Virginia Public Procurement Act; construction management & design-build contracting.
      • Read second time
    • SB13: Child day programs; use of office buildings, waiver of zoning requirements.
    • SB6: Restricted driver's license; issuance for multiple convictions of driving while intoxicated, etc.
    • HR278: Celebrating the life of Joshua Chamberlain Peck.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108156D
    • HR277: Celebrating the life of Command Sergeant Major Mack F. Rice, Sr., USA, Ret.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24106689D
    • HR276: Commending Joseph Robinson.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107138D
    • HR275: Commending the Elizabeth River Trail Foundation.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108062D
    • HR274: Commending Siren Skate Shop.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108195D
    • HR273: Celebrating the life of James Marlin Patton.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24100703D
    • HR272: Celebrating the life of Helen Delores Bandy.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24100705D
    • HR271: Commending Felicia Williams.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107435D
    • HR270: Commending Aliyah Elliott.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107652D
    • HR269: Commending Jessica Burgess, M.D.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108063D
    • HR268: Commending Kim Keene.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108058D
    • HR267: Commending the Gainesville Middle School drama club.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107264D
    • HR266: Celebrating the life of Hulon L. Willis, Jr.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107215D
    • HR265: Celebrating the life of Elmer Taylor Seay, Jr.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107984D
    • HR264: Celebrating the life of Henry Donald Campbell.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107651D
    • HR263: Commending the Fontaine Ruritan Club.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108009D
    • HR262: Commending the Blacksburg High School boys' swim and dive team.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108390D
    • HR261: Commending the Swift Creek Middle School cheerleading team.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108229D
    • HR260: Commending the Honorable Dr. Dwight Clinton Jones.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107512D
    • HR259: Commending Darryll Greg Dowell, Jr.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24104226D
    • HR214: Commending Karl Wilkins.
      • Agreed to by House by voice vote
      • Engrossed by House
      • Taken up for immediate consideration
    • HJ317: Commending William B. Downey.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108154D
    • HJ316: Celebrating the life of John Kenner Marlow.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108442D
    • HJ315: Commending Barry Nelson.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107723D
    • HJ314: Commending The Arc of Greater Prince William/INSIGHT, Inc.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24102670D
    • HJ313: Commending Alexandria City Public Schools' recipients of scholarships.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107731D
    • HJ312: Commending Linsey Chen Marr, Ph.D.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108496D
    • HJ311: Commending the Williamsburg Community Foundation.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108116D
    • HJ310: Commending Lieutenant Colonel Richard C. Oertel, USA, Ret.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108299D
    • HJ309: Celebrating the life of the Honorable David A. Melesco.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107792D
    • HJ308: Celebrating the life of Anthony Stewart Viventi.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108224D
    • HJ307: Celebrating the life of Carroll Lane Phillippe, Jr.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107766D
    • HJ306: Commending the Tazewell High School Class of 1973.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107965D
    • HJ305: Commending the Lionsbridge Football Club.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107827D
    • HJ304: Celebrating the life of William Louis Lee.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107666D
    • HJ303: Celebrating the life of Nancy Soaper Hayden.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108258D
    • HJ302: Commending the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University women's basketball team.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107830D
    • HJ301: Commending Kathleen White.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107837D
    • HJ300: Commending Troop 103 of the Boy Scouts of America.
      • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107908D
    • HJ298: Commending the Tuckahoe Volunteer Rescue Squad.
      • Agreed to by House by voice vote
      • Engrossed by House
      • Taken up for immediate consideration
    • HJ226: Commending Lucy Addison High School.
      • Agreed to by House by voice vote
      • Engrossed by House
      • Taken up for immediate consideration
    • HJ205: Commending Secretariat Racing Into History.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
    • HJ204: Commending Bernard L. Jones, Sr.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
    • HJ203: Celebrating the life of Susan Jane Redford.
      • Agreed to by Senate
    • HJ202: Commending Carolyn Jones.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
    • HJ201: Celebrating the life of John F. Benton.
      • Agreed to by Senate
    • HJ200: Commending Neighborhood Health.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
    • HJ198: Commending William G. Coada.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
    • HJ197: Commending Carter Myers Automotive.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
    • HJ196: Commending Voodoo Brewing Company Virginia Beach.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
    • HJ195: Celebrating the life of John Oliver Wynne.
      • Agreed to by Senate
    • HJ194: Commending Superheroes Ice Cream.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
    • HJ193: Celebrating the life of Robert S. King.
      • Agreed to by Senate
    • HJ191: Commending Staff Sergeant Britney Phillips, VA ANG.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
    • HJ190: Commending Technical Sergeant Jacquelyn N. Montoya, VA ANG.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
    • HJ189: Commending Master Sergeant Stephen Drakes, VA ANG.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
    • HJ188: Commending Senior Airman Kostiantyn Khymchenko, USAF.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
    • HJ187: Commending Tilth & Oak.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
    • HJ184: Commending the Lynchburg Museum System.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
    • HJ183: Commending DC's Wine Country®.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
    • HJ182: Celebrating the life of John Peter Clements.
      • Agreed to by Senate
    • HJ181: Commending Roanoke-Blacksburg Regional Airport.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
    • HJ166: Celebrating the life of Michelle Antonette Leete.
      • Agreed to by Senate
    • HJ101: Commending Peter A. Blake.
      • Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
    • HB1545: Physician assistants; definitions, requisite training and education achievements.
    • HB1515: Discovery; electronic means.
      • Reported from Finance and Appropriations with amendments (10-Y 4-N)
    • HB1505: Intercollegiate athletics; student-athletes, compensation for name, image, or likeness.
    • HB1502: Tangible personal property tax; classification of certain vehicles, removes sunset date.
    • HB1499: Virginia Health Workforce Development Authority; increases ex officio members, etc., report.
    • HB1491: Phase I Utility; recovery of development costs associated with small modular nuclear facility.
    • HB1488: Local government; standardization of public notice requirements for certain meetings, hearings, etc.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1488ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1477: Public schools; student instructional time, competency-based education.
    • HB1473: Fentanyl education and awareness informational one-sheet; Department of Education to develop.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB1473ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1473ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1467: Higher educational institutions, baccalaureate public; expands membership of board of visitors.
    • HB1466: Mineral mines; farm pond construction or expansion.
    • HB1460: Virginia Verified Meat; certification, labeling of product.
    • HB1458: Chief Resilience Officer of the Commonwealth; moves position under the Governor, etc.
    • HB1457: Virginia Investment Performance Grants; definitions, calculating aggregate amount of Grants, etc.
    • HB1455: Virginia Memory Project; established.
    • HB1454: Limited-duration licenses and driver privilege cards and permits; extends validity.
    • HB1453: Virginia Employment Commission; appeals proceedings, appeal tribunals and Board of Review.
    • HB1451: Standards of Learning; assessments, eligibility for expedited retakes.
    • HB1445: New College Institute; duties.
    • HB1435: Subpoenas; release of witness.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1435ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1431: Alternative onsite sewage systems; approval of treatment units.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB1431ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1431ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1423: Home care services; publication of information.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB1423ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1423ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1418: Administrative Process Act; exempts certain rules of the Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission.
    • HB1417: Contractors; workers' compensation requirements.
    • HB1403: Dam Safety, Flood Prevention, and Protection Assistance Fund; percentage of funds available.
    • HB1389: Practice of athletic training; amends definition.
    • HB1388: Virginia Critical Operation for a Disappeared Child Initiative (CODI) Alert Program; created.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1388ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1381: Rural Virginia, Center for; renames Center the Senator Frank M. Ruff, Jr. Center for Rural Virginia.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1381ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1377: Soybean Board; assessment from sale of soybeans.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB1377ER)
    • HB1369: Criminal justice training academies; curriculum.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB1369ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1369ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1366: Social services, local departments of; employee criminal background checks.
    • HB1365: Higher educational institutions, public; release of student transcripts.
    • HB1357: Advanced Learning and Research, Institute for; powers and duties.
    • HB1354: Cats; prohibition on declawing.
    • HB1345: High school graduation requirements; satisfaction of elective course credits.
    • HB1342: Higher educational institutions, certain baccalaureate public; on-campus student health centers.
    • HB1331: Campbell County; conveyance of easement by Departments of State Police and Transportation.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1331ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1322: Certified registered nurse anesthetist; elimination of supervision requirement.
    • HB1301: Virginia Post-Disaster Anti-Price Gouging Act; clairifes definition of consumer transaction, etc.
    • HB1287: Towing companies; provision of existing law authorizing localities in planning District 8.
    • HB1284: Firefighters and emergency medical services; collective bargaining by providers, definitions.
    • HB1279: School health entrance form; Departments of Education and Health to streamline.
    • HB1278: Auricular acupuncture; use of the five needle protocol.
    • HB1277: Child care; background checks.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1277ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1269: Barrier crimes; adult substance abuse and mental health services, exception.
      • Senators: Pillion, Perry, Carroll Foy
      • Conferees appointed by Senate
    • HB1268: Community corrections alternative program; evaluation and diagnosis to determine eligibility.
    • HB1266: Bicycles and certain other vehicles; regulations when riding in traffic.
    • HB1256: Larceny and embezzlement offenses; prosecution in any county or city where the victim resides.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1256ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1254: Bridges; state of good repair, allocation of funds.
    • HB1251: VA Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; material noncompliance by landlord, court escrow account.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB1251ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1251ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1249: Nonresident plaintiff; security costs upon suit.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1249ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1247: Public school funding; ratios of instructional positions to English language learner students.
    • HB1246: Law-enforcement training; communication with individuals with autism spectrum disorder.
    • HB1244: Restorative housing and isolated confinement; restrictions on use.
    • HB1243: Unfair Real Estate Service Agreement Act; created, consumer protections.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1243ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1242: Emergency custody and temporary detention orders; evaluations, presence of others.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB1242ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1242ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1237: Real estate brokers; definitions, prohibits certain locations from being used as places of business.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1237ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1231: JROTC; DOE to notify school boards of any federal legal obligation to participate in program.
    • HB1224: Special identification cards; reduces fee for issuance, etc.
    • HB1221: Health education; menstrual education instruction permitted.
    • HB1195: Firearms; waiting period for purchases, penalty.
    • HB1187: Xylazine; penalty for manufacturing, selling, etc., for human consumption.
    • HB1186: All-terrain power wheelchairs in state parks; DCR shall establish two-year pilot program.
    • HB1185: Prescription Monitoring Program; overdose information.
    • HB1178: Commonwealth of Virginia Innovation Partnership Authority; amends membership of board of directors.
    • HB1174: Assault firearms; age requirement for purchase, penalty.
    • HB1171: Absentee voting; processing absentee ballots returned before election day, processing upon receipt.
    • HB1157: Federally recognized Tribal Nations in the Commonwealth; agencies to consult on permits and reviews.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB1157S1)
    • HB1134: Health insurance; if prior authorization request is approved for prescription drugs.
    • HB1132: Insurance; annual actual loss ratio report by dental carriers.
    • HB1130: Unconscious bias and cultural competency; Bd. of Medicine shall require continuing education, etc.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB1130ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1130ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1125: Virginia Business Ready Expedited Permitting Program; created.
    • HB1114: Failure to appear; contempt of court, penalties.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB1114ER)
    • HB1112: Auto recyclers; database search.
    • HB1098: Unpaid family bereavement leave; civil penalty.
    • HB1089: Special education and related services; definitions, utilization of Virginia IEP.
    • HB1088: Climate change and environmental literacy; instructional materials, model policies.
    • HB1084: Disabled parking placards; extends validity, eliminates fees.
    • HB1077: Bicycle, electric personal assistive mobility device, etc.; exception to stopping requirement.
    • HB1075: Dolly Parton's Imagination Library of Virginia Program; established, report, sunset date.
    • HB1068: Pharmacy outsourcing and pharmacy technician remote database access; regulations.
    • HB1067: Pharmacy technicians; expansion of allowable duties.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB1067ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1067ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1058: Chesapeake Bay Public Access Authorities; singular license for waterfowl blinds.
    • HB1055: Eastern VA Health Sciences Center at Old Dominion University, board of directors of; membership.
    • HB1053: Abandoned watercraft; destruction and disposal by localities and state agencies.
    • HB1039: Public elementary and secondary schools; possession and administration of undesignated glucagon.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB1039ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1039ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1035: Places of public accommodation; possession and administration of epinephrine.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1035ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1024: Virginia Preservice Training for Child Care Staff; Department of Education shall review course.
    • HB1018: Investigators; powers, enforcement of certain tobacco laws.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB1018ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1018ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1005: Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Virginia Board for; dust sampling technicians, renovators.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1005ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB1002: Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, Division of; powers and duties.
    • HB995: Medicine, Board of; temporary licensure of physicians licensed in a foreign country.
    • HB990: Employer seeking wage or salary history of prospective employees; prohibited.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB990ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB987: Proton radiation therapy; clinical evidence for decisions on coverage.
    • HB986: Notaries; raises amount a notary may charge.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB986ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB986ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB985: High polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon; prohibits pavement sealants that contain, civil penalty.
    • HB980: Higher ed. institutions; students who report acts of hazing or bullying, referral for support.
    • HB974: Workers' compensation; employee may satisfy burden of proof by circumstantial evidence.
    • HB971: Nurse practitioners; patient care team provider, autonomous practice.
    • HB967: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; fee disclosure statement.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB967ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB967ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB964: Medicine, Board of; attorneys allowed to serve as executive director for the Board.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB964ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB964ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB959: Towing violations; enforcement.
    • HB958: School boards; inclusion of enrolled students in work of boards.
    • HB951: Local government; authority, service employees, transition period.
    • HB949: Hazardous Substance Facility Response Plans; reporting of substance discharge, etc.
      • Reported from Finance and Appropriations with amendments (10-Y 4-N)
    • HB939: Elections administration; prohibits possession of firearm within 100 feet of certain locations.
    • HB937: Innovative alternative school transportation; school boards to implement low/no-cost alternatives.
    • HB935: Health insurance; coverage for doula care services.
    • HB933: Alzheimer's disease and dementia; training for dispatchers, firefighters, etc.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB933ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB925: Towing; vehicles with expired registration, civil penalty.
    • HB919: School boards; model memorandum of understanding, partnerships with certain mental health services.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB919ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB919ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB916: Substantial Risk Order Reporting System; established.
    • HB912: Correctional facilities, local; stores and telephone systems, fees.
    • HB908: Individuals with developmental disabilities; financial eligibility.
    • HB906: Public utilities; municipal utilities, disconnection of service, consumer protections.
    • HB904: Voter registration; list maintenance activities, cancellation procedures, required record matches.
    • HB893: Attorneys appointed to represent parents or guardians; qualifications and performance.
    • HB892: Farmland Preservation, Office of; transfers Office to Dept. of Forestry.
    • HB862: Electric utilities; integrated resource plans, grid-enhancing technologies and advanced conductors.
    • HB861: Weapons; carrying into hospital that provides mental health services.
    • HB848: Veterinary medicine; traineeships.
    • HB842: School boards; expands availability of allowable alternatives for pupil transportation.
    • HB838: Police and court records; expungement, definition of 'otherwise dismissed.'
    • HB832: Arts, Virginia Commission for the; reduces membership.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB832ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB832ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB831: Maternal Mortality Review Team, et al.; expanding composition and scope of work.
    • HB830: Farm to school programs Task Force; guidance and resources.
    • HB827: On-campus food insecurity; SCHEV to survey institutions to determine how they are addressing issue.
    • HB825: At-Risk Program; established, public school funding.
    • HB820: Sickle cell disease; annual review of medication and treatment, report.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB820ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB820ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB817: VA Residential Landlord and Tenant Act and Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; retaliatory conduct.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB817ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB817ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB816: FOIA; meetings held through electronic communication during declared states of emergency.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB816ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB816ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB814: Virginia Tourism Authority; powers, historically accurate advertising.
    • HB806: Employee designation and payment policies; nursing staff at state psychiatric hospitals.
    • HB803: Juveniles; expungement of court records.
    • HB801: Electronic communication systems within state correctional facilities; telephone calls.
    • HB800: Public service companies; pole attachments to accommodate cable TV systems & telecommunications.
    • HB799: Concealed handgun permit applications; fingerprints required by local governments.
    • HB798: Firearms; purchase, possession, etc., following an assault and battery or stalking violation.
    • HB797: Concealed handguns; demonstrated competence for a permit, firearms instructors and safety programs.
    • HB777: Students, certain; enrollment and provision of free public education.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB777ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB777ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB770: Retaliatory action against employee prohibited; remedies available.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB770ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB763: Hospital regulations; use of smoke evacuation systems during surgical procedures.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB763ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB763ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB746: Energy efficiency programs; definitions, incremental annual savings.
    • HB744: Consumer protection; automatic renewal or continuous service offers.
    • HB732: Public elementary and secondary schools; policies and requirements relating to opioid antagonists.
    • HB731: Teachers; renewable licenses, requirements, assessments.
    • HB715: Capital outlay plan; repeals existing six-year capital outlay for projects to be funded.
    • HB713: Higher educational institutions; campus safety and emergency preparedness training.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB713ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB712: Six-year financial plan; modifies requirements for plans submitted by Governor to General Assembly.
    • HB700: Certain individuals in foster care, etc.; parameters of higher education grants.
    • HB699: Treatment with opioids; Board of Medicine, et al., to amend their regulations.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB699ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB699ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB696: Recovery high schools; establishment, authorization in certain Superintendents' regions.
    • HB692: Financial institutions; reporting financial exploitation of elderly or vulnerable adults.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate reprinted (HB692ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB692ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB690: Higher educational institutions; campus safety, governing board of certain educational institutions.
    • HB679: Magistrates; certain minimum standards for security and accessibility in quarters.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB679ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB679ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB677: Public Instruction, Superintendent of; employment of certified school library specialists.
    • HB657: Pedestrian control signals; applicability to persons riding bicycles and other devices.
    • HB652: Funeral arrangements; next of kin, proof of designated person to make funeral arrangements.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB652ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB652ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB641: Relief; Kingrea, David Wayne, compensation for wrongful inclusion on sex offender registry.
    • HB640: Wrongful incarceration; compensation.
    • HB637: Substantial Risk Order Training Program; Department of Criminal Justice Services to establish.
    • HB634: Residential dwelling units; rentals for 30 consecutive days or longer.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB634ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB633: Labor trafficking; forced labor or service, penalties.
    • HB632: Teachers; regulations governing certain licenses and certificates.
    • HB625: Community Schools, Office of; established within Department of Education, etc.
    • HB624: Public school funding; ratios of instructional positions to English language learner students.
    • HB623: Rights of voters; covered practices, civil cause of action, standing, jurisdiction, and venue.
    • HB617: High school student-athletes; use of name, image, or likeness.
    • HB615: Virginia STEM Education Advisory Board; purpose and duties, historically underrepresented students.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB615ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB615ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB611: Civilian deaths in custody; report.
    • HB605: Dental hygienists; remote supervision.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB605ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB605ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB603: Public elementary and secondary schools; programs of instruction on mental health education.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB603ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB603ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB601: Health insurance; patient access to emergency services, mobile crisis response services.
    • HB599: School boards; unexpended local funds, capital reserve fund permitted.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB599ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB596: Fisheries Innovation for Sustainable Harvest Fund; established.
    • HB595: Insurance; conducting business by electronic means.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB595ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB595ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB592: Prescription drugs; emergency regulations related to price transparency, effective period.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB592ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB592ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB589: Data Governance and Analytics, Office of; reciprocal data-sharing agreements, veteran-specific data.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB589ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB589ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB583: Public elementary school teachers; length of daily lunch breaks.
    • HB578: Uniform Statewide Building Code; violations, increases fines.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB578ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB578ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB577: Slot-retention requests; Developmental Disability waiver slots, sunset date.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB577ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB577ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB572: Manufactured home parks; resident rights.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB572ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB572ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB571: Sexually explicit content; policies on parental notification of instructional material.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB571ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB570: Prescription Drug Affordability Board; established, drug cost affordability review, report.
    • HB569: Employment discrimination; employee notification of federal and state statute of limitations.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB569ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB566: SCHEV; membership to include representative of a historically black college or university.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB566ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB561: Annual school safety audits; items to be reviewed.
    • HB555: Corrections Ombudsman, Office of the Department of; created, report.
    • HB536: Student bullying; adjusts definition, characteristics of victim.
    • HB519: Unprofessional conduct; disciplinary action against doctor for providing abortion care, etc.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB519ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB519ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB516: Prescription drugs; labels provided for blind and disabled users.
    • HB515: State hospitals; discharge of individuals.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB515ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB515ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB514: Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Assoc. w/Strep. Infections, Adv. Council on; sunset.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB514ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB514ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB511: Out-of-state health care practitioners; temp. authorization to practice in assisted living fac.
    • HB508: Child day program employees and volunteers; background checks, dissemination of information.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB508ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB503: Credentialed addiction treatment professionals; definition to include licensed behavior analysts.
    • HB501: School building evacuation plans, policies, and protocols; students with mobility impairments.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB501ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB489: Fire Programs Fund; increases annual assessment used to fund.
    • HB479: Prisoner; physical examination by licensed nurse practitioner.
    • HB466: Concealed handgun permits; reciprocity with other states.
    • HB457: Decreasing probation period; establishes criteria for mandatory reduction.
    • HB454: Firearm/explosive material; carrying w/in Capitol Square or bldg. owned or leased by Commonwealth.
    • HB453: Kinship foster care; barrier crimes.
    • HB434: Inpatient substance use disorder treatment; facility licensed to prepare and record discharge plan.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB434ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB434ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB426: Counseling, Board of; licensure of professional counselors without examination.
    • HB420: Federal park operations; temporary funding.
    • HB419: Early childhood care and education system; need- and demand-based funding.
    • HB398: Public elementary and secondary schools; student discipline, etc.
    • HB392: Virginia Petroleum Products Franchise Act; agreements between jobber/distributors and dealers.
    • HB385: Railroad safety; requirements for railroad companies.
    • HB380: License plates, special; issuance to certain members, veterans & retirees of U.S. Air Force.
    • HB362: Firearms; purchase, etc., following an assault and battery against an intimate or dating partner.
    • HB358: Voluntary Registration Health and Safety Checklist; DOE to update.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB358ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB358ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB354: Public pools; Board of Health to adopt regulations.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB354ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB354ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB353: Hospitals; emergency departments to have at least one licensed physician on duty at all times.
    • HB350: Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc., Bd. for; quorum and signature requirements
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB350ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB349: Advanced registered medication aides; aides who administer drugs in certified nursing facilities.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB349ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB349ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB342: Naloxone or other opioid antagonists; possession by state agencies, guidelines for private employer.
    • HB335: Tipped employees; DOLI to study increasing wages and address wage theft by employers.
    • HB333: Environmental Justice, Virginia Council on; meetings and staffing, appointment of members.
    • HB329: Marriage & family therapists; Bd. of Counseling to amend regulations related to licensure.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB329ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB329ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB327: Affordable and inclusive housing; DBHDS to develop plan to ensure people w/disabilities have access.
    • HB326: Social Work Licensure Compact; authorizes Virginia to become a signatory to Compact.
    • HB324: PA Licensure Compact; authorizes Virginia to become a signatory to Compact.
    • HB321: Line of Duty Act; increases payment of benefits.
    • HB316: Virginia Recycling Development Center; established, report.
    • HB315: Medical Assistance Services, Department of; lien for claim of personal injuries.
    • HB314: State hospitals; discharge planning.
    • HB309: Forestland and Urban Tree Canopy Conservation Plan; Department of Forestry to establish.
    • HB279: Military leaves of absence for employees of the Commonwealth, etc.; includes prof. firefighters.
    • HB277: Consumer protection; transparency in ticket fees, civil penalties.
    • HB269: Provisional (Career Switcher) License; special education.
    • HB265: Removal of public officers from office; petition requirements, procedure.
    • HB257: Sickle cell anemia; prescription of opioids for pain management.
    • HB255: Adult wellness screening; sickle cell disease or sickle cell trait.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB255ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB255ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB252: Sickle cell disease; statewide registry created, collection of disease case information, report.
    • HB250: Law-enforcement officers; interrogation practices.
    • HB233: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; eligible site for site development grant.
    • HB224: Public schools; mental health awareness training.
    • HB223: Cruelty to animals; possession and ownership of companion or equine animals.
    • HB218: Health insurance; health care provider panels, continuity of care.
    • HB215: High school students; development of Title IX and sexual harassment prevention training modules.
    • HB205: Workers' compensation; prompt payment, limitation on claims.
    • HB199: Virginia Brownfield and Coal Mine Renewable Energy Grant Fund and Program; allocation of funds.
    • HB187: Teachers; process and timeline for increasing salary.
    • HB183: Firearms; storage in residence where minor or person prohibited from possessing is present, penalty.
    • HB175: Assault firearms; carrying in public areas prohibited, penalty.
    • HB107: Electric Vehicle Rural Infrastructure Program and Fund; established and created.
      • Reported from Finance and Appropriations with amendments (10-Y 4-N)
    • HB1515: Discovery; electronic means.
    • HB949: Hazardous Substance Facility Response Plans; reporting of substance discharge, etc.
    • HB173: Plastic firearms and unfinished frames, etc.; manufacture, import, etc. prohibited, penalties.
    • HB172: Family or household member; clarifies definition, penalty.
    • HB168: Homeless students; Dept. of Ed. to develop a resource document on supports and services.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB168ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB168ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB166: Guidance and resources; composting programs in local school divisions.
    • HB163: Higher educational institutions, public; student identification cards, emergency services website.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB163ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB157: Minimum wage; farm laborers or farm employees, temporary foreign workers.
    • HB156: Jury service; increases from 70 to 73 the age at which a person is exempt from service upon request.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB156ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB149: Employee protections; medicinal use of cannabis oil.
    • HB143: Utility work database; VDOT to establish and maintain a publicly accessible database.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB143H1)
    • HB141: Veterans' Fellowship for State Government Pilot Program; created, report.
    • HB139: Underground infrastructure works by public service companies; payment of prevailing wage rate.
    • HB134: Opioids; educational materials concerning risks.
    • HB131: Learning needs dashboard; Department of Education shall continue to maintain, sunset date.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB131ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB131ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB108: Shared solar programs; SCC to establish by regulation, etc.
    • HB107: Electric Vehicle Rural Infrastructure Program and Fund; established and created.
      • Reported from Finance and Appropriations with amendment (10-Y 4-N)
    • HB106: Shared solar programs; amends existing program provisions to apply to Dominion Energy Virginia.
    • HB105: Resale Disclosure Act; resale certificate, fees.
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB105ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB102: Court-appointed counsel; raises the limitation of fees.
    • HB98: Public secondary schools; satisfaction in physical education requirement, participation in Jr. ROTC.
    • HB93: Alpha-gal syndrome; Board of Health to adopt regulations to include on reportable disease list.
    • HB74: Unpaved secondary highways; improvement of secondary hwys. includes improvements other than paving.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB74ER)
    • HB73: Unlawful detainer; expungement of action, entering of an order without further petition or hearing.
    • HB71: Combined sewer overflow outfalls; compliance with regulations, Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
    • HB66: Public schools; fire drills, timing and frequency.
    • HB62: Animal Cruelty Conviction List; established.
    • HB47: Invasive plant species; requirements for retail sales.
      • Delegates: Seibold, Bulova, Green
      • Conferees appointed by House
      • House acceded to request
    • HB45: Earned sentence credits; incarceration prior to entry of final order of conviction.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB45S1)
    • HB42: Dentists and dental hygienists; added to list of providers who are immune from civil liability, etc.
      • Impact statement from DPB (HB42ER)
      • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB42ER)
      • Enrolled
    • HB36: Abuse and neglect of children; causing or enabling child to gain possession of a firearm, penalty.
    • HB35: Firearm safety device; expands definition of device.
    • HB34: Statute of limitations; medical debt payment period.
    • HB27: Kinship as foster care; placement of child with foster parent.
    • HB22: Auto sears; definition, prohibition on manufacture, importation, sale, etc., penalty.
    • HB18: Hate crimes and discrimination; ethnic animosity, penalties.
    • February 28, 2024

      • SR108: Celebrating the life of John Mason.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24108180D
      • SR107: Commending Zoya Bitici.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24107249D
      • SR106: Celebrating the life of Carol DeLong.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24108179D
      • SR105: Commending Janet Muldoon.
        • Referred to Committee on Rules
        • Presented and ordered printed 24107247D
      • SR104: Commending the Warm Springs Valley Garden Club.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24107963D
      • SR103: Celebrating the life of Charles Lee Thomas.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24107698D
      • SR102: Commending the Richmond Canes.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24107167D
      • SR101: Commending M. Siddique Sheikh.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24107858D
      • SR100: Commending the Grottoes Volunteer Fire Department.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24107550D
      • SR99: Commending the Weyers Cave Ruritan Club.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24107548D
      • SR98: Celebrating the life of Marion Gertrude Oyer.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24107239D
      • SJ169: Celebrating the life of Patricia Elizabeth Clifton Harwood, Ph.D.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24105679D
      • SJ168: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Clarence A. Holland, M.D.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24107785D
      • SJ167: Commending the Virginia, Maryland and Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24108103D
      • SJ166: Commending the Central Virginia Cricket Association.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24108050D
      • SJ165: Commending the Honorable Kenneth William Stolle.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24107517D
      • SJ164: Commending Citizens Bank & Trust Company.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24106764D
      • SJ163: Commending Neil A. Morgan.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24105664D
      • SJ162: Celebrating the life of James Douglas Coleburn.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24105262D
      • SJ161: Commending John Carlton Phillips.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24108075D
      • SJ160: Celebrating the life of Paul Otie Bennett.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24106878D
      • SJ159: Celebrating the life of George Declan O'Reilly.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24108114D
      • SJ158: Celebrating the life of Richard Gale Elliott.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24106770D
      • SJ157: Commending Gilbert A. Smith.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24106767D
      • SJ156: Commending William G. Coada.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24106766D
      • SJ155: Commending Denise Burrell Smith.
        • Laid on Clerk's Desk
        • Presented 24106769D
      • SJ148: Celebrating the life of Trevor Bryan Brown.
        • Agreed to by House
        • Laid on Speaker's table
        • Received
        • Agreed to by Senate
        • Engrossed by Senate
        • Taken up for immediate consideration
      • SJ61: Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Month of Awareness.
      • SJ48: FIRST Robotics Day.
      • SJ47: Investor-owned electric utilities; SCC to study performance-based regulatory tools.
      • SJ46: Chest Wall Deformity Awareness Month.
      • SJ28: Public transit systems, joint subcommittee to study funding needs.
      • SJ27: Epilepsy Heroes Day.
      • SJ25: Groundwater supply in the Commonwealth; Department of Environmental Quality to study.
      • SJ23: Black Maternal Health Week; designating as April 11-17, 2024, and each succeeding year thereafter.
      • SJ22: Virginia State Police, retired; TAX to study reducing economic stress.
        • Continued to 2025 in Appropriations
      • SJ21: Secretariat of Rural Affairs; JLARC to study need for and feasibility of creating position.
        • Continued to 2025 in Appropriations
      • SJ19: Roadway & pedestrian improvements in Gainesville; VDOT to study implementation in Prince Wm. County.
        • Continued to 2025 in Appropriations
      • SJ17: General Assembly; JLARC to study salaries and expenses of legislators.
      • SJ16: Unethical use of Black bodies by medical institutions; acknowledging with profound regret.
      • SJ15: Large animal veterinarians; Board of Veterinary Medicine, et al., to study shortage.
      • SJ12: Virginia Gaming Commission, Joint Subcommittee studying feasibility of establishing; continued.
      • SB736: Clerks' offices; days of operation, of clerks' authority to close office.
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB736ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB731: Child pornography; production, publication, sale, financing, etc., penalty.
      • SB729: Virginia Clean Energy Innovation Bank; created, report.
      • SB727: Russell County Industrial Development Authority; appointments.
        • Signed by President
      • SB726: Public schools; opioid antagonist procurement, possession, and administration.
      • SB725: Drug Treatment Court Act; renames the Act as the Recovery Court Act.
        • Signed by President
      • SB724: Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage performing arts facility license.
      • SB719: Restorative housing and isolated confinement; restrictions on use.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB719ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB719ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB713: Public service companies; pole attachments to accommodate cable TV systems & telecommunications.
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB713ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB710: Judges; maximum number in each judicial district and circuit.
      • SB707: Public middle schools and high schools; career and technical education organizations permitted.
      • SB706: Drug Treatment Court Act; eligibility.
      • SB702: Early childhood care and education; exemption from licensure.
        • Read second time
      • SB699: Revenue reserves & budgetary amendments; commitment of funds for Revenue Reserve Fund.
      • SB697: Solar and energy facilities; local regulation.
      • SB696: Marijuana-related offenses; modification of sentence.
      • SB695: Virginia Crime Commission; surveillance technology, report.
      • SB692: Campaign finance; independent expenditure reports, electronic filing required.
        • Signed by President
      • SB691: Craigsville, Town of; conveyance of certain property from Department of Corrections to the Town.
      • SB683: Family and Children's Trust Fund; modifies membership, powers and duties.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB683H1)
      • SB679: Enterprise zones; extension.
        • Signed by President
      • SB676: Individuals with developmental disabilities; financial eligibility.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB676H1)
      • SB654: Fines, costs, forfeitures, etc.; collection fees, assessment against incarcerated defendant.
      • SB650: Local government; options for employees exposed to toxic materials.
      • SB649: Line of Duty Act; increases payment of benefits.
        • Delegates: McQuinn, Thomas, Arnold
        • Conferees appointed by House
      • SB646: Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; claims.
      • SB645: Local fiscal distress; determination by Auditor of Public Accounts, state intervention.
      • SB644: Unpaved secondary highways; improvement of secondary hwys. includes improvements other than paving.
      • SB642: Firearms; purchase, etc., following an assault and battery of a family or household member, etc.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB642ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB642ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB638: Jury service; increases from 70 to 73 the age at which a person is exempt from service upon request.
        • Signed by President
      • SB637: Fines, costs, forfeitures, penalties, etc.; duty of attorneys for the Commonwealth.
        • Passed by for the day
      • SB636: Transcranial magnetic stimulation; DBHDS to establish pilot program for veterans.
        • Continued to 2025 in Appropriations
        • House committee, floor amendments and substitutes offered
      • SB630: Commonwealth Public Safety Medal of Valor; medal may be awarded to dispatcher.
      • SB626: Barrier crimes; adult substance abuse & mental health svcs., hiring criteria to screen applicants.
        • House requested conference committee
        • House insisted on substitute
      • SB625: Deferred or installment payment agreements; exempt from payments if sole income is Social Security.
        • Signed by President
      • SB620: PACE programs; long-term services and support screening.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB620ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB620ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB618: Bristol, City of; amending charter, increases voting precincts.
        • Signed by President
      • SB615: Medicaid- & CHIP-enrolled beneficiaries; DMAS shall convene work group to design services benefits.
      • SB608: Community Schools, Office of; established within Department of Education, etc.
      • SB607: Central fill pharmacies; definitions.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB607H1)
      • SB606: Voter registration; list maintenance, data sharing.
        • Signed by President
      • SB605: Polling place; assistance for certain voters, clarifies definition of 'person with a disability.'
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB605ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB605ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB603: Incarcerated women who are pregnant, etc.; DCJS, et al., to make recommendations for treatment.
      • SB600: Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; partial termination of certain time-shares.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB600ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB600ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB599: Commonwealth of Virginia Higher Education Institutions Bond Act of 2024; created.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB599ER)
      • SB598: Recordation of documents; name changes.
      • SB595: Comprehensive plan; locality may consider adopting a healthy communities strategy.
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB595ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB594: Emergency medical personnel; EMS Advisory Board to examine requirements to join program.
        • Continued to 2025 in Appropriations
      • SB588: Va. Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; affordable housing, criminal record screening model policy.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB588ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB588ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB586: Public elementary and secondary schools; student discipline, restorative disciplinary practices.
      • SB582: Retail tobacco products; purchase, sale, etc., definitions.
      • SB581: Environmental Quality, Department of; groundwater and surface water withdrawal permits.
      • SB580: Environmental Quality, Department of; judicial review, authorization of projects, hearing & appeal.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB580ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB580ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB577: Campaign finance; exemption for candidates for certain directors.
        • Signed by President
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB577ER)
      • SB575: Discharge plans; copies to public elementary and secondary schools.
      • SB574: Behavioral Health Commission; Commission to study processes related to civil admissions.
      • SB569: Crisis receiving centers and crisis stabilization units; use of seclusion, report.
      • SB566: Trusts; release or ratification of trustee by beneficiary, response of beneficiary in writing.
      • SB564: Distressed localities, certain; TAX, et al., to assess tax relief.
      • SB556: Historic rehabilitation; increases tax credit from $5 million to $10 million.
      • SB553: Nursing education programs; out-of-state clinical sites.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB553ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB553ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB550: Liquid nicotine and nicotine vapor products; certification and directory, penalties.
      • SB547: Law-enforcement training; communication with individuals with autism spectrum disorder.
        • Signed by President
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB547ER)
      • SB546: Emergency custody and temporary detention orders; evaluations, presence of others.
        • Signed by President
      • SB544: Short-term rental property; locality's ability to prohibit use of accessory dwelling unit.
      • SB536: Unemployment compensation; continuation of benefits, repayment of overpayments.
        • House requested conference committee
        • House insisted on amendments
      • SB530: Arts, Virginia Commission for the; reduces membership.
      • SB522: Purchase of firearms; demonstrated competence with a firearm or completion of training course.
      • SB515: Weapons; carrying into hospital that provides mental health services.
        • Signed by President
      • SB514: Fines and costs; changes period of limitations for collection.
      • SB510: Investment of public funds; qualified public entity allowed to invest in asset-backed securities.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB510ER)
      • SB509: Court of Appeals; appeal of interlocutory orders.
        • Signed by President
      • SB506: Higher educational institutions, public; duties and powers of governing board.
      • SB505: Limitation on sentence upon revocation of suspension of sentence; technical violations.
      • SB504: Police and court records; expungement, term 'otherwise dismissed.'
      • SB502: Juvenile & domestic relations district ct.; parent filing petion for protective order against minor.
      • SB499: Health insurance; coverage for donor human milk.
      • SB498: School-connected overdoses; policies relating to parental notification and response, requirements.
      • SB497: Temporary detention order; alternative transportation.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB497ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB497ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB491: Firearm industry members; creates standards of responsible conduct, civil liability.
        • Signed by President
      • SB489: VA residential development infrastructure fund; feasibility of establishing, report.
      • SB488: Personal care services; DMAS to review requirements related to payments.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB488H1)
      • SB487: Artificial intelligence by public bodies; prohibitions.
      • SB484: Public schools; youth and community violence prevention.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB484H1)
      • SB479: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; enforcement by localities.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB479ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB479ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB475: Pulaski, Town of; amending charter, municipal elections.
        • Signed by President
      • SB474: School Construction Fund and Program; definitions.
      • SB471: Powers of attorney, certain; transfer on death deeds.
      • SB470: Uniform Statutory Rule Against Perpetuities; trusts, certain nonvested property interests.
        • Signed by President
      • SB469: Controlled substances; manufacturing, selling, giving, distributing misbranded drugs, etc.
      • SB464: Fisheries Innovation for Sustainable Harvest Fund; created.
      • SB461: Forest canopy and health assessment; DOF to convene advisory committee to study.
      • SB460: Minors; parental admission for inpatient treatment.
        • Signed by President
      • SB456: Corrections Ombudsman, Office of the Department of; created, annual report.
      • SB450: Towing fees; State Corporation Commission to examine existing regulation of fees.
      • SB449: Juveniles; juvenile correctional centers, eligibility for parole.
      • SB448: Cannabis control; establishes a framework for creation of a retail marijuana market, penalties.
      • SB447: Firearm in unattended motor vehicle; civil penalty.
        • Signed by President
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB447ER)
      • SB444: School boards; placement in alternative education programs; disclosure of certain information.
      • SB441: School boards; employment verification, requirement.
      • SB439: Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Commission; established, report.
      • SB437: Real estate brokers; definitions, prohibits certain locations from being used as places of business.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB437ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB437ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB436: Workforce Development and Advancement, Department of; changes title of Director to Commissioner.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB436ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB436ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB433: SLIFE; Board of Education to develop and adopt policies related to supporting students.
      • SB427: Petition for modification of a sentence; eligibility, procedures.
        • Continued to 2025 in Appropriations
      • SB424: Admission to bail; act of violence.
      • SB420: Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind; Board of Visitors, expands membership, powers & duties.
      • SB412: Rabies clinics; animal vaccination and microchip services.
      • SB411: Transparency in Publicly Funded Animal Testing Facilities, Task Force on; VDACS to convene.
      • SB405: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; fee disclosure statement.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB405ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB405ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB403: Behavioral health technicians, etc.; scope of practice, supervision, and qualifications.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB403H1)
      • SB402: Blue catfish; DACS, et al., to convene work group to support efforts to create a robust market.
      • SB401: Military leaves of absence for employees of the Commonwealth, etc.; includes prof. firefighters.
      • SB400: Alcoholic beverage control; annual mixed beverage performing arts facility licenses.
      • SB398: Protective orders; respondent to notify court of change of address.
      • SB394: Carnal knowledge and sexual battery; persons detained or arrested by a law-enforcement officer.
      • SB393: MEI Project Approval Commission; board-level gender and diversity requirements.
        • House requested conference committee
        • House insisted on substitute
      • SB391: Employee protections; medicinal use of cannabis oil.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB391ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB391ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB389: Autism Advisory Council; reestablished, report.
      • SB388: Virginia Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, mandatory fees disclosure.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB388H1)
      • SB386: Magistrates; certain minimum standards for security and accessibility in quarters.
        • Signed by President
      • SB383: Firearm/explosive material; carrying w/in Capitol Square or bldg. owned or leased by Commonwealth.
        • Signed by President
      • SB382: Unemployment compensation; collection of overpayments, limitations.
      • SB381: Unemployment compensation; determinations & decisions by deputy.
      • SB377: Campaign finance; prohibited personal use of campaign funds, complaints, hearings, civil penalty.
        • Continued to 2025 in Appropriations
      • SB375: New Market, Town of; new charter (previous charter repealed).
      • SB373: Paid family and medical leave insurance program; notice requirements, civil action.
      • SB370: Employer seeking wage or salary history of prospective employees; prohibited.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB370ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB370ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB369: Fowl or companion animals; maiming, killing, or poisoning, penalty.
      • SB368: Firearms; storage in residence where minor or person prohibited from possessing is present, penalty.
        • Signed by President
      • SB367: Fentanyl and Heroin Enforcement, Task Force on; established, report.
      • SB363: Firearm; removing, altering, selling, etc., or possessing w/removed, etc., serial number, penalty.
      • SB362: Drug offenders; eligibility for first-time disposition.
        • Signed by President
      • SB357: Assault and battery of a law-enforcement officer; penalty.
      • SB356: Court-appointed counsel; raises limitation of fees that counsel can receive for representation.
      • SB355: VA Self-Service Storage Act; rental agreement may be delivered and accepted electronically.
        • Signed by President
      • SB352: Teachers; changes to provisions relating to licensure and certification, reciprocity.
      • SB347: VA Military Survivors & Dependents Education Program; work group to evaluate, etc., Program.
        • Continued to 2025 in Appropriations
      • SB344: Charitable gaming; clarifies definition of 'social organization.'
        • Delegates: Krizek, Cole, Arnold
        • Conferees appointed by House
      • SB343: Military centered community zones; localities may establish, by ordinance, one or more zones.
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB343ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB341: Common interest communities; foreclosure remedy.
        • Signed by President
      • SB339: Blockchain technology, digital asset mining, etc.; Bureau of Financial Inst. of SCC to study.
      • SB338: Gun violence; JLARC to study effects on communities.
      • SB337: Eastern Virginia Groundwater Management Area; continued withdrawal permit for residential well.
      • SB336: Photo speed monitoring devices; high-risk intersection segments.
      • SB334: Plea agreements and court orders; prohibited provisions.
      • SB332: Misdemeanor; maximum term of confinement.
        • Continued to 2025 in Appropriations
      • SB329: Compost and other products containing organic soil amendments infrastructure; civil penalty.
      • SB327: Firearms, certain; age requirement to purchase, def. of 'assault firearm' & 'handgun,' penalty.
      • SB323: Percy Lee House, III Mem. Bridge; designates bridge on Otterdam Rd. over I-95 in Greensville County.
        • Passed by for the day
      • SB321: Administrative and civil proceedings; protected information, newspersons engaged in journalism.
      • SB316: Trees; Town of Vienna allowed to require subdivision/development provide for preservation, etc.
      • SB314: Farm to School Program Task Force; Department of Education to establish.
      • SB313: Solar energy facilities; regulations regarding mandatory solar disclosures, report.
      • SB311: Violence prevention services benefits; DMAS to investigate programs in other states.
      • SB309: Smithfield, Town of; amending charter, municipal elections, repealing outdated provisions.
        • Signed by President
      • SB306: Invasive plant species; retail sales, civil penalty.
      • SB302: Virginia First Manufacturing Incentive Program; Manufacturing Development Commission to create.
        • Continued to 2025 in Appropriations
      • SB296: Local planning commission; action on proposed plats, site plans, and development plans.
      • SB292: Guardianship and conservatorship; report of guardian ad litem.
      • SB291: Court-appointed guardians; training; powers and duties.
      • SB290: Guardians and conservators; order of appointment and certificate of qualification, annual report.
        • Signed by President
      • SB283: School meals; community eligibility provision, report.
      • SB277: Certificate of public need; expedited review process, etc.
      • SB276: Phase I and Phase II Utilities; SCC to study feasibility of an energy upgrade program.
      • SB274: Prescription Drug Affordability Board; established, drug cost affordability review, report.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB274ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB274ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB273: Firearms; waiting period for purchases, penalty.
        • Signed by President
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB273ER)
      • SB272: English language learner expenditures, etc.; DOE to develop and implement data collection process.
        • Read second time
      • SB262: Virginia Beach, City of; amending charter, expansion of board of equalization.
      • SB258: Substantial risk orders or factors.
      • SB257: Insurance; annual actual loss ratio report by dental carriers.
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB257ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB256: Motor vehicle insurance; bad faith for refusal of claims.
      • SB254: Optometrists; expert witness testimony.
        • Signed by President
      • SB253: Shared solar programs; amends existing program provisions to apply to Dominion Energy Virginia.
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB253ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB250: Remote ultrasound procedures and fetal non-stress tests; DMAS to modify state plan for assistance.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB250ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB250ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB248: Virginia Petroleum Products Franchise Act; agreements between jobber/distributors and dealers.
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB248ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB236: Aggregated, nonconfidential case data; requests for reports of academic research.
        • Signed by President
      • SB231: Children; comprehensive health care coverage program for certain individuals.
      • SB226: Highway use fee; DMV to convene work group to determine tiered flat rate system, report.
        • Continued to 2025 in Appropriations
      • SB225: School bd. policy; parental notification of responsibility of safe storage of firearms in household.
      • SB220: Special education and related services; changes relating to services for children with disabilities.
      • SB217: Virginia Business Ready Expedited Permitting Program; created, report.
        • House requested conference committee
        • House insisted on substitute
      • SB214: Corporation, limited liability company, etc.; service of garnishment summons.
      • SB212: Virginia Small Business Economic Development Act; established.
      • SB211: Protective orders; venue.
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB211ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB210: Auto sears and trigger activators; prohibition on manufacture, importation, sale, etc., penalty.
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB210ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB209: Adoption; award of damages, death by wrongful act.
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB209ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB207: Law-enforcement officers, certain; universal certification.
      • SB201: Virginia Critical Operation for a Disappeared Child Initiative (CODI) Alert Program; created.
      • SB199: High school graduation requirements; satisfaction of elective course credits.
        • Read second time
      • SB196: Voter registration; list maintenance data standards, challenges to a voter's registration.
        • Signed by President
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB196ER)
      • SB195: Uniform Statewide Building Code; Board of HCD to convene advisory group to evaluate, report.
      • SB194: Tangible personal property tax; classification of certain vehicles, removes sunset date.
        • Delegates: Willett, Hernandez, Orrock
        • Conferees appointed by House
      • SB189: Virginia Beach, City of; amending charter, transition of city council.
        • Signed by President
      • SB186: Wholesale prescription drug importation program; Sec. of Health and Human Resources to establish.
      • SB181: Public elementary and secondary schools; cardiac emergency response plans required.
      • SB180: Alcoholic beverage control.
      • SB179: State hospitals; discharge planning.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB179ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB179ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB176: Civil commitments & temporary detention orders; def. of mental illness neurocognitive disorders.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB176H1)
      • SB175: Persons other than ministers who may perform rites of marriage; former statewide legislators.
      • SB169: Virginia Rap Back Service; criminal history record monitoring.
        • Signed by President
      • SB165: Candidates for office; petition of qualified voters, start date.
      • SB157: Legal notices and publications; online-only news publications, requirements.
        • Signed by President
      • SB155: Va. Health Workforce Development Authority; powers and duties, definition.
      • SB151: Special identification cards; reduces fee for issuance, renewal, etc.
      • SB145: Special conservators of peace; armed security officer registration.
      • SB144: Nolle prosequi or dismissal without prejudice prior to preliminary hearing; subsequent indictment.
      • SB142: Public school teachers; licensure requirements, issuance of a one-year local eligibility license.
      • SB138: Permissible venue; personal injury and wrongful death actions, appointment of administrator.
        • Signed by President
      • SB135: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; eligible site for site development grant.
      • SB134: Economic Development Authority; board of supervisors of Craig Co to appoint one member to Authority.
        • Signed by President
      • SB133: Physician assistants; practice agreement exemption.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB133ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB133ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB125: Behavioral Health Commission; changes composition of membership.
      • SB121: Trees; conservation during land development process in certain localities.
        • Signed by President
      • SB118: Health insurance; coverage for doula care services.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB118ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB118ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB117: American Revolution 250 Commission; amends membership and staffing.
      • SB116: Retail sales and use tax holiday; establishes an annual tax holiday that takes place in August.
        • Delegates: Reid, Watts, Kent
        • Conferees appointed by House
      • SB115: Child abuse and neglect; custody and visitation, possession or consumption of authorized substances.
        • Signed by President
      • SB112: Colonial Heights, City of; amending charter, relating to duties of city manager, etc.
        • Signed by President
      • SB109: Candidates; declaration of candidacy for primary.
      • SB106: Portsmouth, City of; amending charter, relating to city council, etc..
        • Signed by President
      • SB105: Elementary and secondary education achievement; At-Risk Program established.
      • SB104: Teachers; process and timeline for increasing salary.
      • SB102: Wills and trusts; tangible personal property, nonexoneration.
      • SB101: Marriage lawful regardless of sex, gender, or race of parties; issuance of marriage license.
        • Signed by President
      • SB100: Plastic firearms and unfinished frames, etc.; manufacture, import, etc. prohibited, penalties.
        • Signed by President
      • SB99: Assault firearms; carrying in public areas prohibited, penalty.
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB99ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB95: Preliminary analysis of breath to determine alcoholic content of blood; failure to advise person.
      • SB93: Animal cruelty registries, local; any locality allowed to establish registry for public access.
      • SB88: Law-enforcement and jail officers; various changes to provisions related to decertification.
      • SB85: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; definition of 'caregiver,' remote participation in meetings.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB85ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB85ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB80: Time served on probation; DOC to describe practices for community supervision.
      • SB70: SNAP; employment and training.
      • SB69: Law-enforcement officers; minimum qualifications for positions of chief of police, etc.
      • SB63: Termination of trust; notice requirements.
        • Signed by President
      • SB60: Individualized education program; guidelines for teams relating to age-appropriate instruction.
      • SB59: Federal Medicaid Works program; DMAS to convene work group to study, etc.
      • SB54: Early childhood care and education system; unspent funding balances, report.
        • Read second time
      • SB51: Online transition resources; DARS, et al., to ensure dissemination and availability.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB51ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB51ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB49: Community revitalization fund; expanding use for all localities.
        • Signed by President
      • SB48: Vacant buildings; registration.
        • Signed by President
      • SB47: Firearm; transfers to another person from a prohibited person.
        • Signed by President
      • SB44: Abuse and neglect of children; causing or enabling child to gain possession of a firearm, penalty.
        • Signed by President
      • SB40: Foster care; DSS to establish task force to assess use of benefits.
      • SB39: Kinship as foster care; placement of child with foster parent.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB39ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB39ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB34: Temporary detention; certified evaluators, report.
      • SB28: School boards; powers and duties, policies regarding cell phones and other handheld devices.
      • SB24: Long-term services and supports screening; expedited screening and screening exemption.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB24ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB24ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB23: Juveniles; adjudication of delinquency.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB23ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB23ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB21: Students w/disabilities; SCHEV to study process used to determine eligibility for accommodations.
      • SB20: Deferred dispositions; expungement of police and court records.
      • SB17: Motor sports facilities; local incentives.
      • SB16: Search warrants, subpoenas, court orders, or other process; menstrual health data prohibited.
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House reprinted (SB16ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB16ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB14: Sales and use tax, local; additional tax authorized in counties & cities to support schools.
      • SB13: Child day programs; use of office buildings, waiver of zoning requirements.
        • Read second time
      • SB11: Cruelty to animals; possession and ownership of animals.
      • SB9: Orange County; authorization to establish department of real estate assessment, etc.
        • Signed by President
      • SB8: Notary public or electronic notary public; application for recommission.
        • Impact statement from DPB (SB8ER)
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB8ER)
        • Enrolled
      • SB7: Hate crimes and discrimination; ethnic animosity, penalties.
        • Signed by President
      • SB5: STEM+C Competition Team Grant Program and Fund; created and established.
      • SB4: Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain surviving spouses (voter referendum).
        • Signed by President
      • SB2: Assault firearms & certain ammunition, etc.; purchase, possession, sale, transfer, etc., prohibited.
      • SB1: Minimum wage; increases wage to $13.50 per hour effective January 1, 2025.
        • Bill text as passed Senate and House (SB1ER)
        • Enrolled
      • HR258: Celebrating the life of Hulon L. Willis, Jr.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107004D
      • HR257: Commending Christopher Anthony Lunsford.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108312D
      • HR256: Commending the Prince William County 250 Committee.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108315D
      • HR255: Commending Laurice Malbon Yarn.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108171D
      • HR254: Commending the Reverend Owen C. Cardwell, Jr., Ph.D.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107473D
      • HR253: Commending Sue Sadler.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24104224D
      • HR252: Commending Kempsville Baptist Church.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107623D
      • HR240: Celebrating the life of Diane Gay Flanagan.
        • Stricken from House calendar
      • HR173: Commending Melissa Seek.
        • Agreed to by House by voice vote
        • Engrossed by House
        • Taken up for immediate consideration
      • HJ299: Commending Britepaths, Inc.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107360D
      • HJ298: Commending the Tuckahoe Volunteer Rescue Squad.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108283D
      • HJ297: Commending Joseph F. Damico.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24104456D
      • HJ296: Commending the Virginia Commonwealth University Massey Comprehensive Cancer Center.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108183D
      • HJ295: Celebrating the life of Agnes Wilder Nicholson.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24104104D
      • HJ294: Commending Dementi Studio.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24104424D
      • HJ293: Commending The Shepherd's Center of Richmond.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24104058D
      • HJ292: Commending John Shinholser.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24103999D
      • HJ291: Celebrating the life of Shawn Soares.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24100021D
      • HJ290: Commending Richard L. Grice.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108193D
      • HJ289: Commending Big Brothers Big Sisters of Danville Area.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107812D
      • HJ288: Commending Alex Vardavas.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107799D
      • HJ287: Celebrating the life of Emily Beer.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107531D
      • HJ286: Commending the Virginia Beach Medical Reserve Corps.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108190D
      • HJ285: Commending Mary Gavin.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24104139D
      • HJ284: Commending Mark Roller.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107686D
      • HJ283: Commending Michael S. Yew.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107349D
      • HJ282: Commending Good Shepherd Housing.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108025D
      • HJ281: Celebrating the life of Diane Gay Flanagan.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108446D
      • HJ280: Commending the Honorable L. Kaye Kory.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24105463D
      • HJ279: Commending Christopher Fay.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24106042D
      • HJ278: Commending P. David Tarter.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24105466D
      • HJ277: Commending Ed Saltzberg.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107683D
      • HJ276: Commending Phillip Duncan.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24105464D
      • HJ275: Commending Johnnie Nash.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107763D
      • HJ274: Commending Communities in Schools of Appalachian Highlands.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107808D
      • HJ273: Commending People Incorporated.
        • Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24106989D
      • HJ45: Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain surviving spouses (second reference).
      • HB1542: Child abuse and neglect; mandatory reporters, statute of limitations, penalties.
      • HB1539: Abortion or other reproductive health care services; prohibitions on extradition for certain crimes.
      • HB1534: Voter or voter's registration; challenges to candidate qualifications or eligibility.
        • Impact statement from DPB (HB1534ER)
        • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1534ER)
        • Enrolled
      • HB1531: Cruelty to elephants; pain-inflicting training tools prohibited, civil penalty.
      • HB1526: Motor vehicles; overweight permits for certain trucks operated by electric utilities.
        • Signed by President
      • HB1519: Virginia Consumer Protection Act; fees for electronic fund transfers, prohibited.
      • HB1518: Research and development expenses; tax credits.
      • HB1513: Service members; active-duty status for any member injured while in the line of duty.
      • HB1512: Martinsville, City of; amending charter, notice of special meetings to council members.
      • HB1511: Martinsville, City of; amending charter, granting of town status.
      • HB1504: School-connected overdose policies; guidelines, parental notification and response.
        • Delegates: Seibold, Rasoul, Green
        • Conferees appointed by House
        • Senators: Carroll Foy, Pekarsky, Peake
        • Conferees appointed by Senate
      • HB1503: Omitted taxes; installment agreements.
      • HB1498: Adult day care centers; name changes to adult day centers throughout the Code.
        • Signed by President
      • HB1496: Surveillance Technology; reporting by localities, report.
      • HB1491: Phase I Utility; recovery of development costs associated with small modular nuclear facility.
      • HB1487: DHCD; translation of certain forms and documents into five non-English languages on website, etc.
      • HB1482: Unlawful detainer actions; no rental agreement between owner and occupant.
      • HB1475: Uniform Statewide Building Code; certain building owners and operators to supply cooling, etc.
      • HB1469: Venue; obtaining documents from DMV when not entitled thereto, penalty.
        • Signed by President
      • HB1462: Firearm in unattended motor vehicle; civil penalty.
        • Impact statement from DPB (HB1462ER)
      • HB1461: Short-term rental property; locality's ability to prohibit lessee or sublessee operator.
      • HB1458: Chief Resilience Officer of the Commonwealth; moves position under the Governor, etc.
      • HB1457: Virginia Investment Performance Grants; definitions, calculating aggregate amount of Grants, etc.
      • HB1454: Limited-duration licenses and driver privilege cards and permits; extends validity.
      • HB1453: Virginia Employment Commission; appeals proceedings, appeal tribunals and Board of Review.
      • HB1452: State agencies and their appointing authorities; diversity, equity, and inclusion strategic plans.
      • HB1443: Trial by jury; contact with jurors after trial prohibited, penalty.
      • HB1430: Library boards; adds King & Queen County to list of localities that are not required to establish.
      • HB1429: Tangible personal property tax; exemption for indoor agriculture equipment and machinery.
        • Signed by President
      • HB1427: Fixing period of suspension of sentence; sexual abuse of a child under 15 years of age.
      • HB1425: Virginia Passenger Rail Authority; exempts railway tunnels and bridges from Building Code.
        • Signed by President
      • HB1418: Administrative Process Act; exempts certain rules of the Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission.
      • HB1417: Contractors; workers' compensation requirements.
      • HB1415: Historic structures; civil penalty for demolition.
      • HB1410: Russell County Industrial Development Authority; appointments.
        • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1410ER)
        • Enrolled
      • HB1409: Crash reports; contracted service providers.
        • Signed by President
      • HB1408: Voter satellite offices; standards and guidelines for determining number and location.
        • Impact statement from DPB (HB1408ER)
        • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1408ER)
        • Enrolled
      • HB1405: Prisoners; Department of Corrections- and jailer-issued identification.
      • HB1399: Potato Board; reduces membership.
      • HB1398: Affordable housing; creates framework for localities to preserve housing.
      • HB1397: Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; manufactured home park, notice of sale and relocation expenses.
      • HB1396: Clerks' offices; days of operation, of clerks' authority to close office.
      • HB1395: Historic preservation; filing of a historic designation application.
      • HB1386: Firearms; workplace rules of localities.
      • HB1379: Environmental Quality, Department of; consolidation of annual report.
        • Impact statement from DPB (HB1379ER)
        • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1379ER)
        • Enrolled
      • HB1377: Soybean Board; assessment from sale of soybeans.
        • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1377ER)
        • Enrolled
      • HB1372: Notarial acts; knowledge-based authentication assessment, requirements.
      • HB1370: Health care providers, certain; reporting of medical debt to consumer reporting agencies prohibited.
      • HB1361: Virginia Public Procurement Act; Virginia resident preference.
      • HB1355: Information Technology Access Act; numerous organizational changes to Act.
      • HB1351: Virginia Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, selling ignition interlock system.
      • HB1349: Alcoholic beverage control; annual mixed beverage performing arts facility licenses.
        • Signed by President
      • HB1346: Campaign finance; exemption for candidates for certain directors.
        • Impact statement from DPB (HB1346ER)
        • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1346ER)
        • Enrolled
      • HB1339: Householder; exemptions from garnishment and lien.
      • HB1338: Courthouses; website posting of notices.
      • HB1337: Accountancy, Board of; powers and duties, repeals requirement for an annual audit of the Board.
      • HB1335: J.D. Power Official Used Car Guide; added to list of publications for retail value of vehicles.
      • HB1330: Absentee voting; persons confined awaiting trial or for conviction of a misdemeanor.
        • Impact statement from DPB (HB1330ER)
        • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1330ER)
        • Enrolled
      • HB1324: Restricted driver's license; issuance for multiple convictions of driving while intoxicated, etc.
      • HB1318: 1915(c) Home and Community-Based Services Medicaid Waivers; state plan amendments, program rule.
      • HB1309: St. Emerg. Medical Services Advisory Bd.; guidelines for provision of emerg. trtmt. of police dogs.
      • HB1301: Virginia Post-Disaster Anti-Price Gouging Act; clairifes definition of consumer transaction, etc.
      • HB1287: Towing companies; provision of existing law authorizing localities in planning District 8.
      • HB1272: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; copy of rental agreement for tenant.
      • HB1270: Virginia Consumer Protection Act; mold remediation, prohibited acts.
      • HB1269: Barrier crimes; adult substance abuse and mental health services, exception.
        • Delegates: Price, Tran, Cherry
        • Conferees appointed by House
      • HB1268: Community corrections alternative program; evaluation and diagnosis to determine eligibility.
      • HB1264: Traffic infractions; discretionary juvenile fines, costs, and fees.
      • HB1261: Unemployment compensation; continuation of benefits, repayment of overpayments.
      • HB1254: Bridges; state of good repair, allocation of funds.
      • HB1252: Limitation on sentence upon revocation of suspension of sentence; technical violations.
        • Impact statement from DPB (HB1252ER)
        • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1252ER)
        • Enrolled
      • HB1248: Debtor interrogatories; fieri facias, against whom a summons shall be issued.
      • HB1246: Law-enforcement training; communication with individuals with autism spectrum disorder.
      • HB1244: Restorative housing and isolated confinement; restrictions on use.
      • HB1241: Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; partial termination of certain time-shares.
      • HB1224: Special identification cards; reduces fee for issuance, etc.
      • HB1217: Cell phone records; investigation of missing persons.
      • HB1211: Tax assessment districts; establishes, petition by parcel owners.
      • HB1208: Portsmouth, City of; amending charter, aligning dates for nomination of candidates.
      • HB1207: Va. Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; affordable housing, criminal record screening model policy.
      • HB1203: Landlords, participating; increases tax credit that may be issued.
      • HB1199: Technology and Science, Joint Commission on; authority to appoint, employ, and remove staff.
      • HB1195: Firearms; waiting period for purchases, penalty.
      • HB1190: Contractors, Board for; offering exams, language counterparts.
      • HB1187: Xylazine; penalty for manufacturing, selling, etc., for human consumption.
      • HB1182: Professional wetland delineator; certification requirements.
      • HB1177: Voter registration; list maintenance, data sharing.
      • HB1174: Assault firearms; age requirement for purchase, penalty.
      • HB1167: English ivy; local prohibition on sale, civil penalty.
        • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1167ER)
        • Enrolled
      • HB1163: Driver's license; license reviewed/revoked for medical reasons.
        • Signed by President
      • HB1146: Address Confidentiality Program; expands to victims of child abduction.
      • HB1139: Fort Monroe Authority; land and utility ownership.
      • HB1138: Fort Monroe Authority; powers and duties.
      • HB1134: Health insurance; if prior authorization request is approved for prescription drugs.
      • HB1132: Insurance; annual actual loss ratio report by dental carriers.
      • HB1131: Casino gaming; removes the City of Richmond as an eligible host city.
      • HB1128: Children's advocacy centers; definitions, investigations by local departments of social services.
        • Signed by President
      • HB1127: Pulaski, Town of; amending charter, municipal elections.
      • HB1125: Virginia Business Ready Expedited Permitting Program; created.
      • HB1116: Virginia Public Procurement Act; methods of procurement, certain construction projects.
      • HB1114: Failure to appear; contempt of court, penalties.
        • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1114ER)
        • Enrolled
      • HB1112: Auto recyclers; database search.
      • HB1109: Toll invoices; mail.
        • Signed by President
      • HB1108: Virginia Public Procurement Act; construction management and design-build contracting.
      • HB1107: Motor Vehicle Dealer Board; authorizes Bd. to establish cost of an examination of licensee records.
        • Signed by President
      • HB1106: Motor vehicle dealers; exam for independent dealer-operator recertification.
        • Signed by President
      • HB1105: Zoning for Housing Production Pilot Program; created, affordable dwelling unit policy incentives.
      • HB1101: Virginia Public Procurement Act; adds to definition of professional services.
      • HB1100: Trees; Planning District 8 (Northern Virginia), conservation during land development process.
      • HB1099: Heated tobacco; definitions, tax levied.
      • HB1098: Unpaid family bereavement leave; civil penalty.
        • Impact statement from DPB (HB1098S1)
      • HB1087: College and Career Ready Virginia Program and Fund; established, report.
      • HB1085: PFAS Expert Advisory Committee; established, monitoring sources.
        • Impact statement from DPB (HB1085ER)
        • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1085ER)
        • Enrolled
      • HB1084: Disabled parking placards; extends validity, eliminates fees.
      • HB1083: VA Education & Workforce Longitudinal Data System; administration by Office of Education Economics.
      • HB1082: Judgments, certain; debtor may petition court for restricted license.
      • HB1080: License suspensions; driving during a period of suspension or revocation, extension.
        • Signed by President
      • HB1076: Education, Board of; through-year growth assessment system, alternatives during 2024-2026.
        • Impact statement from DPB (HB1076ER)
      • HB1075: Dolly Parton's Imagination Library of Virginia Program; established, report, sunset date.
      • HB1069: Liquid nicotine and nicotine vapor products; certification and directory, penalties.
      • HB1058: Chesapeake Bay Public Access Authorities; singular license for waterfowl blinds.
      • HB1052: Local government; alternative and conventional onsite sewage systems.
      • HB1040: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; definition of 'caregiver,' remote participation in meetings.
        • Impact statement from DPB (HB1040ER)
      • HB1028: Affordable housing; assisted living facilities.
      • HB1025: Deer, bear, turkey, or elk; claiming after struck by motor vehicle.
        • Signed by President
      • HB1022: Law-enforcement officers, certain; universal certification, necessary training.
      • HB1015: Agricultural best management practices & agricultural equipment purchase tax credits; sunset date.
        • Impact statement from TAX (HB1015ER)
        • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1015ER)
        • Enrolled
      • HB1014: Public defender offices; establishes in City of Harrisonburg and County of Rockingham.
      • HB1003: Precincts and polling places; notice of changes mailed at least 30 days prior to election.
        • Impact statement from DPB (HB1003ER)
        • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB1003ER)
        • Enrolled
      • HB998: Conduct of elections; electoral board to meet and ascertain results.
        • Impact statement from DPB (HB998ER)
        • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB998ER)
        • Enrolled
      • HB996: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act, etc.
      • HB994: Marriage; establishes legal age to be 18 years.
      • HB993: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; prohibited provisions, fees for maintenance.
      • HB989: Elections administration; duties of Dept. of Elections, required election and voter participation.
      • HB974: Workers' compensation; employee may satisfy burden of proof by circumstantial evidence.
      • HB972: Defendant; prohibiting inquiry into immigration status, notification of consequences.
      • HB962: Noncitizens of the United States; removes term aliens throughout Code.
      • HB960: Historic rehabilitation; maximum amount of tax credit.
      • HB959: Towing violations; enforcement.
      • HB957: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; tenant's remedies, condemnation of dwelling unit.
      • HB955: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; summary of rental agreement provisions.
      • HB950: Uniform Statewide Building Code; temporarily prohibit modifications to Code.
      • HB944: Forest Sustainability Fund; fund allocation.
        • Impact statement from DPB (HB944ER)
        • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB944ER)
        • Enrolled
      • HB943: Voter registration; protected voter status, elections officials.
        • Impact statement from DPB (HB943ER)
        • Bill text as passed House and Senate (HB943ER)
        • Enrolled
      • HB939: Elections administration; prohibits possession of firearm within 100 feet of certain locations.
        • Impact statement from DPB (HB939S1)
      • HB938: Unemployment insurance; benefit eligibility conditions, lockout exception, etc.
      • HB937: Innovative alternative school transportation; school boards to implement low/no-cost alternatives.
      • HB928: Interference with commercial fishing vessels or activity; penalty.
      • HB926: Unlawful dissemination or sale of images of another; increases penalty.
      • HB916: Substantial Risk Order Reporting System; established.
      • HB914: Local historic district; locality that establishes district may provide tax incentive.
      • HB909: 1915(c) Home and Community Based Services Medicaid Waivers; state plan amdmts., prog. modifications.
      • HB906: Public utilities; municipal utilities, disconnection of service, consumer protections.
      • HB898: Forensic Science, Department of; laboratory procedures, requirements regarding DNA profiles.
      • HB896: Deferred or installment payment agreements; certain benefits, maximum amounts to be paid.
      • HB893: Attorneys appointed to represent parents or guardians; qualifications and performance.
      • HB892: Farmland Preservation, Office of; transfers Office to Dept. of Forestry.
      • HB878: Affordable housing; purchase of development rights.
      • HB870: Sewage sludge regulations; relief from administrative requirements, adverse and unusual weather.
        • Signed by President
      • HB862: Electric utilities; integrated resource plans, grid-enhancing technologies and advanced conductors.
      • HB861: Weapons; carrying into hospital that provides mental health services.
      • HB857: Fines and costs; changes period of limitations for collection.