Delegate Brian Moran (D-Alexandria)

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Party
Democratic
District
46: County of Fairfax (part); City of Alexandria (part) [map]
Took Office
January 1996
Left Office
December 2008
Website
brianmoran.com
Copatroning Habits
66% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 58% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 62% of them are Democrats.
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Bio

Del. Moran resigned from his seat in December of 2008 to focus on his run for the Democratic nomination for governor.

Recent Mentions in the Media

Washington Post: McAuliffe vetoes surveillance technology bill to chagrin of privacy hawks

May 1, 2015
?On this issue I think that they're tone deaf to what the general public wants, what the law says and what constitutional principles say,? said Del. Richard L. Anderson (R-Prince ... Virginia Secretary of Public Safety Brian Moran said a 45-day session ...and more »

Roanoke Times: New ABC panel includes area names

April 25, 2015
McAuliffe appointed three legislators to the panel ? Del. Dave Albo, R-Fairfax, chairman of the House Courts of Justice ... The panel will be led by Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security Brian Moran and include state police Superintendent ...and more »

The Daily Progress: ABC has investigated sevearl use-of-force complaints in last five years

April 18, 2015
Whether the ABC Bureau of Law Enforcement loses some of the authority it has used to make thousands of arrests annually is a major topic to be considered by a panel being assembled by state Secretary of Public Safety Brian Moran. The initiative is part ...and more »

Lynchburg News and Advance: Full-Scale Changes at the ABC

April 23, 2015
Monday, Travis Hill, the chief operating officer of the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, took direct control of the ABC law enforcement division, shuffling its former director to deal with alcohol compliance holders and records. The ...and more »

Washington Post: Police surveillance data high on agenda for Va. legislators' veto session

April 14, 2015
Police surveillance data high on agenda for Va. legislators' veto session?What his amendments really do is take a privacy bill and turn it into a surveillance bill,? said Del. Richard L. Anderson (R-Prince William), who sponsored the House bill. Sen. J. Chapman ?Chap? ... Brian Moran, the secretary of public safety, said ...and more »

Bills

  • HB1192: Child Toy Safety Act of 2008; penalty for failure to remove recalled goods, report.
  • HJ28: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • HJ29: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference).
  • HJ5026: Commending Sergeant Calvin Linnette.
  • HB92: Standards of Quality; requires that average teacher salary not be less than annual national salary.
  • HB93: Public defenders; permits county or city offices to supplement compensation thereof.
  • HB654: Math, Science, and Career and Technical Education Grant Program and Fund; established.
  • HB834: Irrigation systems; state-owned buildings and private property.
  • HB835: Firearms; misdemeanor to possess, etc. if mentally incompetent.
  • HB836: Bipartisan Redistricting Commission; created, report.
  • HB1187: Reckless driving; penalty for person convicted.
  • HB1188: Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those paid, imposed on certain drivers, refund fees.
  • HB1189: Alicia's Law; funding for child exploitation law enforcement efforts.
  • HB1190: Infant mortality; requires certain measures designed to lower.
  • HB1191: Income tax; tax credit for long-term care insurance premiums paid by small business employers.
  • HB1192: Child Toy Safety Act of 2008; penalty for failure to remove recalled goods, report.
  • HB1193: Military Service Personnel Bill of Rights of 2008; established.
  • HB1194: Income tax, corporate; higher education research and development tax credit.
  • HB1195: Green Buildings Act; established.
  • HB1241: Credit card theft; person who uses, possesses, etc. card of another without cardholder's consent.
  • HB1459: Small Business Financing Act; preferred lenders.
  • HB1460: Retirement System; investments related to state sponsors of terrorism.
  • HB1539: Income tax, state; tax credit for certain biodiesel fuels producers in State.
  • HJ28: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • HJ29: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference).
  • HJ103: Redistricting process; joint subcommittee to study.
  • HJ113: Juvenile justice system; State Crime Commission to continue its study.
  • HJ121: Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (second reference).
  • HJ218: Commending Inova Alexandria Hospital.
  • HJ227: Commending the National/International Cultural Exhibits on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HJ233: Celebrating the life of Jack Carper.
  • HJ235: Commending TWIG Junior Auxiliary of Inova Alexandria Hospital on the occasion of its 75th anniver.
  • HJ236: Commending Stop Child Abuse Now of Northern Virginia on the occasion of its 20th anniversary.
  • HJ260: Commending Joseph Viar, Jr.
  • HJ287: Celebrating the life of Eve Marie Wilson.
  • HJ295: Commending the Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy.
  • HJ298: Commending William H. Leighty.
  • HJ380: Commending the United States Army Reserve on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • HJ5026: Commending Sergeant Calvin Linnette.
  • HB1204: DUI of alcohol or drugs; term inference replaces presumption relating to alleged offense.
  • HB2847: Standards of Quality; average teacher salary.
  • HB2848: Retirement System; benefits for certain state and local public safety officers.
  • HB2849: Minimum wage; increase per hour.
  • HB2850: Intermodal Planning and Investment, Office of; change of name, and additional duties of Office.
  • HB2851: Children's Services Ombudsman; Board of Education to appoint for each local school division.
  • HB2852: Campaign finance disclosure; special registration provisions for certain committees.
  • HB2853: Stun weapons; eliminates references to tasers throughout Code.
  • HB2854: Transportation Board; Commissioner to report on various expenditures.
  • HB2855: Search warrants; allows an agent of U. S. Department of Homeland Security, etc.
  • HB2856: Community College Transfer Grant Program; created.
  • HB2857: Stem cell research; authorizes research involving derivation & use of human embryonic cells, etc.
  • HB2858: Local community-based probation services; makes numerous technical changes throughout the Code.
  • HB2859: Attorneys; Compensation Board to prepare list of localities eligible to have full-time for State.
  • HB2860: Alcohol to an underage person; person found guilty of shall have his license suspended six months.
  • HB2861: Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; notice of meetings and technical amendments.
  • HB2862: Divorce; assault and battery against family member constitutes immediate grounds.
  • HB2863: Pedestrians; motorists to stop for those at marked crosswalks.
  • HB2864: Powers of attorney; duties and liabilities of agents.
  • HB3131: Health and Human Resources, Secretary of; clarifies powers to implement long-term care policy.
  • HB3132: Victims of crime; employers to allow leave to attend criminal proceedings.
  • HB3164: One-stop small business permitting programs; created within Department of Business Assistance.
  • HB3165: Income tax, corporate; higher education research and development tax credit.
  • HJ138: Constitutional amendment; Hwy. Maintenance & Operating Fund, & Transp. Trust Fund, cont. (1st ref.).
  • HJ140: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • HJ238: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Fund and Transportation Trust Fund, etc. (first reference).
  • HJ719: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • HJ720: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Transportation Funds.
  • HJ951: Celebrating the life of Bernard Zwinak.
  • HB1201: Small claims court; increases ceiling of jurisdictional amount.
  • HB1202: Vehicle window tinting; certain allowed because of person's medical condition.
  • HB1203: Public defenders; allows localities to supplement compensation.
  • HB1204: DUI of alcohol or drugs; term inference replaces presumption relating to alleged offense.
  • HB1205: Defense of police officers.
  • HB1206: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain school-related items.
  • HB1207: Alcoholic beverages; penalty for purchasing for certain persons.
  • HB1208: Alcoholic beverages; certain exemption in home of another for underage.
  • HB1209: Safety belt systems; makes violations primary offenses.
  • HB1210: Alcoholic beverages; penalty for underage purchasing or possession thereof.
  • HB1211: Pedestrians; motorists to stop for those at crosswalks.
  • HB1212: Machete; illegal to brandish in threatening manner.
  • HB1213: Faith-based Community Services, Office of; created within Department of Social Services.
  • HB1217: Recordation receipt; electronic transfer of certain transactions.
  • HB1218: Traffic misdemeanor; procedure for arrest.
  • HB1380: Claims; Phillip Thurman.
  • HB1526: Probation; placement of certain offenders within community-based agency.
  • HB1588: Declaration of policy; requirement for home instruction of children.
  • HJ136: Juvenile justice system; Crime Commission to study.
  • HJ137: Notary statutes; Secretary of Commonwealth to study notarization of electronic documents.
  • HJ138: Constitutional amendment; Hwy. Maintenance & Operating Fund, & Transp. Trust Fund, cont. (1st ref.).
  • HJ139: Redistricting Commission; joint subcommittee to study desirability of creating.
  • HJ140: Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • HJ141: Notary statutes; Secretary of Commonwealth to study notarization of electronic documents.
  • HJ238: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Fund and Transportation Trust Fund, etc. (first reference).
  • HJ295: Commending Rose Lopez-Keravuori.
  • HJ533: Commending Sasha DiGiulian.
  • HJ5020: Commending Kahan S. Dhillon, Jr.
  • HJ5045: Commending G2Tactics, Inc.
  • HJ5046: Commending Mary Lynn Tate.
  • HJ5136: Commending Charles E. Samarra
  • HJ5143: Celebrating the life of Jerald S. Griffin.
  • HJ5146: Constitutional amendment; highway and transportation trust funds.
  • HR23: Celebrating the life of Helen Anderson Miller.
  • HR24: Celebrating the life of Sylvia Mary Brennan.
  • HR26: Celebrating the life of J. Donald Edwards.
  • HR27: Commending Shawn P. McLaughlin.
  • HR28: Commending Ivy Hill Cemetery.