Del. Clay Athey (R-Front Royal)

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Party
Republican
District
18: Counties of Fauquier (part), Frederick (part), and Warren [map]
Took Office
January 2002
Left Office
January 2012
Copatroning Habits
93% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 78% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 75% of them are Republicans.
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Recent Mentions in the Media

The Winchester Star: Judges sworn in to appeals, circuit courts

September 4, 2019 | 3:00 am
  

The Winchester Star: Judge Athey appointed to Virginia Court of Appeals

February 16, 2019 | 3:00 am
  

Washington Post: Gay judge nominee Tracy Thorne-Begland challenged in Virginia

May 12, 2012 | 3:00 am
  

Warren County Report Newspaper: Holloway ‘stunned’ by Swiger email

November 2, 2011 | 3:00 am
  

These are all of the video clips of Clay Athey’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 108 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB1009: Drug possession case; person placed on probation violating probation shall have no right of appeal.
  • HB1013: Virginia Infrastructure in Urban Development Areas Loan Fund; created.
  • HB1069: Adult abuse; mandatory reporting by person employed in emergency department of any hospital.
  • HB1693: Eminent domain; changes maximum limit on waiver of appraisals.
  • HB1694: Driver's license; suspension for failure to pay child support.
  • HB1695: Unexecuted warrants; State attorney may move court for dismissal if issued by magistrate, exception.
  • HB1696: Motor vehicle dealers and manufacturers; places limitations and conditions on relationship.
  • HB1697: Medical care facility; exempts facility of Department of Veterans Services.
  • HB1698: Sexually violent predators; procedure for rescission of respondent's refusal to take examination.
  • HB1699: Restoration of firearms rights; any person may petition court to restore his right, etc.
  • HB1700: Illegal gambling; amends definition.
  • HB1701: Retail Sales & Use Tax; exempts gold or silver bullion coins, bars, and ingots.
  • HB1844: Zoning determination; providing notice to landowners when their real property is subject thereof.
  • HB1845: Appeal bond; requirement if defendant's liability insurance doesn't confirm coverage.
  • HB1846: Neighborhood Assistance Program; definition of professional services to include mediators.
  • HB2069: Concealed handguns; person to inform law-enforcement officer of his possession, penalty.
  • HJ587: Constitutional amendment; limits total on appropriations (first reference).
  • HJ650: Adults; JCHC to study State's procedures for receiving, etc., reports of abuse, neglect, etc.
  • HJ785: Commending Arthur W. Arundel.
  • HJ835: Celebrating the life of Thomas Landis Nicewarner, Jr.
  • HJ841: Commending Warren County on the occasion of its 175th anniversary.
  • HJ842: Commending Eugene R. Tewalt.
  • HJ843: Commending Lance Corporal Mark Sackett.
  • HB882: Development rights; permitted to be attached in receiving areas to be equal or greater than rights.
  • HB883: Declaration of judicial emergency; procedures for Supreme Court to follow.
  • HB884: Animal welfare laws; sheriffs & police chiefs designate & utilize volunteer deputies to enforce.
  • HB885: Concealed weapons; person may carry a handgun in motor vehicle or vessel if secured in compartment.
  • HB886: Firearms, ammunition, etc.; those manufactured and retained in State not subject to federal law.
  • HB1004: Sex offender; prohibits residing in proximity to children.
  • HB1005: Community College Scholarship Match Program; created.
  • HB1006: Higher educational institutions; funding disbursed based on total number of Virginia domiciles.
  • HB1007: Higher educational institutions; governing body establish rules & regulations for undergraduates.
  • HB1008: Contractors, Board for; license renewal and continuing education for contractors.
  • HB1009: Drug possession case; person placed on probation violating probation shall have no right of appeal.
  • HB1010: Illegal gambling; definition, requirements for lawful game, contest, lottery, etc., to be conducted.
  • HB1011: Community College System; establish programs and grant baccalaureate degrees in nursing, etc.
  • HB1012: Motor vehicle dealers and manufacturers; addresses certain practices relating to warranty, etc.
  • HB1013: Virginia Infrastructure in Urban Development Areas Loan Fund; created.
  • HB1014: Elections; filling vacancies in certain local offices, requirements for special elections.
  • HB1062: Zoning administrator; reduces time for response to request for decision on zoning matters.
  • HB1063: Zoning appeals, Board of; fee for filing appeal by person aggrieved by decision, etc.
  • HB1064: Zoning appeals, Board of; fee for filing an appeal by person aggrieved by decision of administrator.
  • HB1065: Circuit courts; electronic filing of cases.
  • HB1066: Higher Education, State Council of; develop uniform certificate of general studies program.
  • HB1067: Nutritional guidelines; Board & VDH to develop for all competitive foods in public schools, report.
  • HB1068: Overweight vehicles; penalties.
  • HB1069: Adult abuse; mandatory reporting by person employed in emergency department of any hospital.
  • HB1070: Concealed handguns; person who possesses valid permit may carry into emergency shelter.
  • HB1071: Urban development; sets certain densities in areas according to population of locality.
  • HJ120: Higher educational institutions; joint subcommittee to study ways to increase bachelor's degrees.
  • HJ125: State sovereignty; Congress urged to honor Tenth Amendment of U.S. Constitution.
  • HJ135: Development and Land Use Tools in State's Localities, Joint Subcommittee Studying; continued.
  • HB1284: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for non-profit schools licensed by Dept. of Education.
  • HB1288: Bridge and safety funding; prioritization by Transportation Board.
  • HB1777: Common interest communities; eliminates assessment against and limit enforcement authority of Board.
  • HB1778: Motor vehicle dealers; revises & clarifies responsibilities of manufacturers.
  • HB1779: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption of sales by nonprofit entities.
  • HB1780: Elections, special; filling vacancies in certain local offices.
  • HB2321: Dangerous dog; court may order owner to pay to any injured person costs of medical care.
  • HB2322: Urban development areas; counties shall have until July 1, 2011, to amend comprehensive plans.
  • HB2323: Fauquier County Water and Sanitation Authority/Vint Hill; wastewater treatment facility.
  • HB2324: Higher educational institutions; at least 80% of transfer students admitted be Virginia domiciles.
  • HB2325: Higher educational institutions; at least 70% of students admitted be Virginia domiciles.
  • HB2326: Zoning appeals, board of; changes standard by which variance can be granted.
  • HB2327: Community College Scholarship Match Program; created.
  • HB2328: Adult abuse, suspected; requires local departments to take photographs, etc., thereof.
  • HB2329: Physician assistants; provides immunity therefor under supervision for review or action.
  • HB2330: Retail Sales and Use Tax exemption; exemption for certain nonprofit entities.
  • HB2331: Raffle tickets; proceeds shall not be included to determine gross receipt of qualified organization.
  • HB1282: Medical Malpractice Settlement Offer and Recovery Act; established.
  • HB1283: Land preservation tax credit; elimination of verification of conservation value.
  • HB1284: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for non-profit schools accredited by certain entity.
  • HB1285: Protective orders; transport of firearms by certain law-enforcement officers.
  • HB1286: Highway systems; eliminates three-tier aspect of revenue-sharing program.
  • HB1287: Electric energy conservation; SCC to conduct meeting to establish goals.
  • HB1288: Bridge and safety funding; prioritization by Transportation Board.
  • HB1289: Gas chambers; prohibits use thereof for animal euthanasia.
  • HB1290: Restorative justice programs; established.
  • HB1291: Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed certain drivers.
  • HB1292: Concealed weapons; possession in vehicles.
  • HB1293: Community College Scholarship Match Program; created.
  • HB1294: Good Samaritan statute; immunity extends to those providing care at location for screening, etc.
  • HB1295: Supreme Court; direct appeals.
  • HB1468: Laboratory results; exception to releasing records directly to patient.
  • HB1486: Dealer permits; local ordinances pertaining to real estate taxes for euthanizing companion animals.
  • HB1524: License and registration fees, additional; method of collection in certain localities.
  • HB1546: Weight limit; town ordinance thereof on certain roads.
  • HJ178: Development and land use tools; joint subcommittee to study.
  • HJ548: Celebrating the life of Richard Allen Young.
  • HR8: Electric transmission lines; SCC to require compliance with conservation & energy requirements.
  • HB1107: Higher educational institutions; articulation agreements.
  • HB1116: Railroads; increases maximum fine for blocking roads.
  • HB2396: Goose Creek; designating portion in Fauquier and Loudoun Counties as Scenic River.
  • HB2397: Condemnation cases; establishing public use.
  • HB2398: Electrical transmission lines; General Assembly and SCC must approve alternative plan.
  • HB2399: Electrical transmission lines; General Assembly and SCC must approve alternative plan.
  • HB2400: Charter; Town of Stephens City.
  • HB2401: Electric Utility Conservation Programs; created, report.
  • HB2402: Electrical transmission lines; State Corporation Commission to consider all effect of proposed line.
  • HB2403: Expert witness certifications; plaintiff in medical malpractice actions must provide.
  • HB2404: Sexual offenses; if convicted of offense, prohibited to reside in proximity to children.
  • HB2405: Concealed handguns; person to inform law-enforcement officer of his possession thereof.
  • HB2406: Concealed weapons; creates new exemption to general prohibition against carrying.
  • HB2407: Community College Transfer Grant program; created.
  • HB2408: Higher educational institutions; articulation agreements.
  • HB2409: Motor vehicle dealers; warranty obligations.
  • HB2410: Amber Alert Programs; amends definition of an abducted child to include secondary school students.
  • HB2411: Highway revenue-sharing funds; Transportation Board make an equivalent matching allocation.
  • HB2412: Animals; euthanizing by use of gas chambers prohibited.
  • HB2413: Concealed handgun; retired law-enforcement officers in favorable review to carry.
  • HB2414: Uniform Statewide Building Code; asbestos inspections.
  • HB2415: Expert witness certifications; service of process.
  • HB2416: Physicians; exceptions to immunity for laboratory tests ordered.
  • HB2776: Sex offender treatment offices; prohibited in certain residential areas.
  • HB2777: Comprehensive plan; includes urban development areas.
  • HB3195: Companion animals; requires certain permits for dealers thereof.
  • HB3196: Urban development areas; localities to amend comprehensive plan to include.
  • HB3197: Urban transportation service districts; created.
  • HB3198: Subdivision streets; certain requirements for taking thereof into state secondary highway system.
  • HB3199: Written appraisal report; costs in condemnation action.
  • HJ120: Workers' Compensation Commission; JLARC to study procedure by which deputy commissioners are appt.
  • HJ978: Commending Sergeant Arthur Leo Woods IV.
  • HR92: Commending Robert J. Traister, Sr.
  • HB1102: Community College Transfer Grant program.
  • HB1103: Consumer Protection Act; choice of remedies, action for damages.
  • HB1104: Highway improvements; expands present revenue-sharing fund program.
  • HB1105: Concealed weapons; person to inform law-enforcement officer of possession.
  • HB1106: Concealed weapons; possession on owner's property and in private vehicles.
  • HB1107: Higher educational institutions; articulation agreements.
  • HB1108: Support orders; changes the effective date thereof.
  • HB1109: Background checks; school boards must require for public school contract employees.
  • HB1110: Physicians; immunity thereof for failing to review or act on any laboratory tests, etc., exception.
  • HB1111: Physical therapy; prohibits anyone not licensed from advertising services thereas.
  • HB1112: Physical therapy; removes referral and supervision requirements thereof.
  • HB1113: Income tax, state; veterinarian pro bono tax credit.
  • HB1114: Income tax, state; animal adoption tax credit.
  • HB1115: Persons presumed dead; provides for the appointment of curator & eliminates surety bond req.
  • HB1116: Railroads; increases maximum fine for blocking roads.
  • HB1117: Traffic offenses; optional additional penalty for certain violations.
  • HB1118: Contractors, Board of; educational requirements as condition for licensure.
  • HB1119: Private roads; designating as highways for law-enforcement purposes in Warren County.
  • HB1412: Marriage; minor to get consent from parent or guardian.
  • HB1506: Proffered cash payments; locality may accept conditions if has had population growth of 5% or more.
  • HB5094: Urban development; every county to amend its comprehensive plan to incorporate proposed areas.
  • HJ118: Community College System; joint subcommittee to study financing long-term facility needs.
  • HJ119: Gateway to Cedar Creek & Belle Grove National Historical Park; designating as Town of Middletown.
  • HJ120: Workers' Compensation Commission; JLARC to study procedure by which deputy commissioners are appt.
  • HJ183: Physicians and Hospitals, Joint Subcommittee Studying Risk Management Plans for; continued.