Del. Chris Stolle (R-Virginia Beach)

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83: Cities of Norfolk (part) and Virginia Beach (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2010
Left Office
January 2020
Copatroning Habits
77% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 71% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 66% of them are Republicans.
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From the Legislator’s Website

These are all of the video clips of Chris Stolle’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 93 video clips in all.


  • HB1917: DOC; Director to establish health care continuous quality improvement committee.
  • HB1918: Corrections, Board of; minimum standards for health care services in local correctional facilities.
  • HB1919: Dual Enrollment Faculty Credential Grant Fund and Program; established.
  • HB1920: New Economy Workforce Credential Grant Fund and Program; grant priority.
  • HB1971: Health professions and facilities; adverse action in another jurisdiction.
  • HB1983: Rail Enhancement Fund; matching funds.
  • HB2026: Newborn screening; congenital cytomegalovirus.
  • HB2047: Oyster planting grounds; municipal dredging projects.
  • HB2153: Virginia Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Fund; created.
  • HB2154: Stormwater management; grandfathered land-disturbing activities.
  • HB2309: Marine Resources Commission; grant of interest in subaqueous lands, etc.
  • HB2665: Specialty dockets; report.
  • HB2748: Tobacco products, nicotine vapor products, etc.; purchase, possession, and sale.
  • HJ626: Shingles prevention; VDH to take action to increase awareness of shingles.
  • HJ662: JCHC; dispensing of drugs and devices pursuant to pharmacy collaborative practice agreements, etc.
  • HJ1036: Commending John N. Skirven.
  • HJ1047: Celebrating the life of Robert Andrew Earley, Sr.
  • HJ1060: Celebrating the life of George Stenke.
  • HB226: Patients; medically or ethically inappropriate care not required.
  • HB227: Adoption by stepparent; background check.
  • HB345: Coastal Adaptation and Protection, Special Assistant to the Governor for; position created.
  • HB346: Watercraft, personal; prohibits operation on lake smaller than 50 acres.
  • HB487: Oyster planting-ground lease; transfer or assignment to localities.
  • HB799: Aircraft, public; definition.
  • HB882: Prescribers; notice of administration of naloxone.
  • HB884: Treatment pursuant to judicial order; when provider not liable.
  • HB886: Mental health treatment; admission regulations, toxicology results.
  • HB915: Military medical personnel program; personnel may practice under supervision of physician, etc.
  • HB917: Motor vehicle fuels; sales tax in certain areas of the Commonwealth, price floor.
  • HB1102: Certificate of public need; changes to Medical Care Facilities Certificate of Public Need Program.
  • HB1103: Small businesses; waiver of permit fees when affected by an emergency or disaster.
  • HB1104: Sales and use tax refund; property to replace or repair business property damaged in a disaster.
  • HB1105: Petit larceny; penalty for committing after state of emergency.
  • HB1487: Correctional facilities, local and regional; standards for mental health services.
  • HB1513: Trauma Center Fund; expands scope of Fund, victims of violent felony offenses.
  • HB1538: Global reform waiver; Secretary of Health and Human Resources to apply.
  • HJ26: Coastal Flooding, Joint Subcommittee on; continued, report.
  • HJ27: Coastal flooding adaptation and resiliency report; JLARC to study.
  • HB900: Associate physicians; requirements for licensure, practice agreements.
  • HB1668: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts legal tender coins.
  • HB1777: Hospitals providing psychiatric services; denials of admission.
  • HB1786: In utero exposure to a controlled substance; departments of social services to collect information.
  • HB1796: Oyster grounds; dredging projects in Lynnhaven River.
  • HB1797: Proffers; notice of amendment.
  • HB1840: Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV); confidentiality of tests, release of information.
  • HB1841: Virginia Veteran Entrepreneurship Grant Program and Fund.
  • HB1964: Coastal Protection and Flooding Adaptation, Secretary for; creates position.
  • HB2205: Students with blindness or visual impairments; changes to certain provisions.
  • HB2318: Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; removes certain conditions.
  • HB2458: Certificate of public need; reports.
  • HJ632: Commending Naval Station Norfolk.
  • HJ672: Study; JLARC; coastal flooding adaptation and resiliency report.
  • HJ713: Commending the Hampton Roads Association for Commercial Real Estate.
  • HJ738: Commending Captain Thomas W. Turner.
  • HJ745: Substance-Exposed Infant Awareness Week; designating as first week of July 2017.
  • HJ974: Celebrating the life of Senior Chief Petty Officer Scott C. Dayton.
  • HB221: Active duty health care providers at public or private health care facilities; services and duties.
  • HB222: Recognition of EMS Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact; created.
  • HB223: Courthouse and courtroom security; assessment.
  • HB285: Oyster grounds; dredging projects in waters of Lynnhaven River.
  • HB435: Adult day care centers; exempt from licensure, Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly.
  • HB739: Virginia Flooding Adaptation Office; established.
  • HB825: Military medical personnel; pilot program for personnel to practice medicine.
  • HB829: Prescribers of covered substances; continuing education.
  • HB900: Associate physicians; requirements for licensure, practice agreements.
  • HB903: Recurrent Flooding Resiliency, Commonwealth Center for; at various educational institutions.
  • HB1083: Medical Care Facilities Certificate of Public Need Program; changes to Program, report.
  • HB1197: Law-enforcement officers; Internet publication of personal information, penalty.
  • HB1369: Virginia Health Care Innovation Fund; created, report.
  • HJ61: Life-prolonging care; Joint Commission on Health Care to study legal and regulatory requirements.
  • HJ84: Recurrent flooding; Joint Subcommittee to formulate recommendations.
  • HJ89: Celebrating the life of Ernestine K. Middleton.
  • HJ111: Celebrating the life of Dan Rudolph Lowe.
  • HR76: Celebrating the life of Irvine Byrd Hill.
  • HR77: Celebrating the life of Howard Wilbur Jones, Jr., M.D.
  • HB581: Fire services and emergency medical services; revises terminology and reorganizes provisions.
  • HB895: Medicine, Board of; changes membership requirements.
  • HB896: Income tax, state; tax credit for completion of public school renovation.
  • HB1584: Fire services and emergency medical services; revises certain terminology.
  • HB1585: Schools failing to achieve full accreditation; scheduling flexibility.
  • HB1641: Virginia Values Veterans Program; certification by state agencies & higher educational institutions.
  • HB1642: Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; representations related to special flood hazard areas.
  • HB1792: Gamete donors; HIV testing protocol.
  • HB1793: Wheelchair-access-only accessible parking spaces; DHCD required to amend administrative regulation.
  • HB1817: Flood protection plan; Department of Conservation and Recreation shall regularly update.
  • HB1818: Health professions; regulation, updated terminology.
  • HB1866: Dam Safety, Flood Prevention, and Protection Assistance Fund; use of Fund.
  • HB2153: Medically or ethically inappropriate care; cessation of care.
  • HB2273: Virginia Port Authority; expands police powers.
  • HB2295: Real Estate Board; educational requirements for salespersons.
  • HB2322: Health benefit plans; essential health benefits waiver.
  • HJ632: Commending Riverside Hospital.
  • HB2: Commonwealth Transportation Board; statewide prioritization process for project selection.
  • HB86: Inpatient psychiatric hospital admission from local correctional facility; criteria.
  • HB390: Sand replenishment; sand or other material placed on bottomlands to provide for beach nourishment.
  • HB391: National accrediting organizations; Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
  • HB392: Assault and battery; emergency health care provider.
  • HB576: Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; residency requirements.
  • HB577: Alternative schedules; opening of school year.
  • HB580: Active duty military health care providers; practice at public and private health care facilities.
  • HB581: Fire services and emergency medical services; revises terminology and reorganizes provisions.
  • HB893: Anatomic pathology services; fees.
  • HB895: Medicine, Board of; changes membership requirements.
  • HB896: Income tax, state; tax credit for completion of public school renovation.
  • HJ16: Recurrent flooding; joint subcommittee established to formulate recommendations to address.
  • HJ73: Commending Bayside High School.
  • HJ126: Celebrating the life of Rear Admiral Raynor A. K. Taylor, USN (Ret.).
  • HJ205: Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act of 2013; Congress of United States urged to pass.
  • HJ459: Commending James W. Carter.
  • HJ5216: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Leo Clyde Wardrup, Jr.
  • HR161: Commending Virginia-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team.
  • HB643: Virginia Telephone Privacy Protection Act; telephone call includes any text message sent.
  • HB1279: Felonies by prisoners; penalties.
  • HB1450: Hampton Roads Planning District; additional 1% sales & use tax in counties in District.
  • HB1496: Senior citizens; reduced tuition for attendance at higher educational institutions in State.
  • HB1497: Public school interscholastic programs; participation by students in military families.
  • HB1499: Emergency medical services personnel; administration of medications.
  • HB1531: Public beaches; sand dredging and beach replenishment.
  • HB1588: Physician Loan Repayment Program; extends eligibility.
  • HB1596: School calendar; alternative schedules in school divisions containing low-performing schools.
  • HB1660: Prisoners; prohibits those in correctional facilities from possessing or transporting weapons.
  • HB1704: Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure of information to certain agents.
  • HB1705: Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; written notice, liability for reasonable charges for services.
  • HB1706: Charter; City of Norfolk.
  • HB2076: Charter schools, public; applications.
  • HB2291: Local correctional facilities; proceeds from commissary.
  • HJ604: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Joseph William O'Brien, Jr.
  • HJ605: Celebrating the life of Aircrewman 1st Class Joseph Patrick Fitzmorris, United States Navy.
  • HJ949: Commending Carter Catlett Williams.
  • HB253: Virginia Personnel Act; hiring preference for veterans, surviving spouses, and children.
  • HB254: School calendar; local school boards allowed to set opening of school year.
  • HB255: Warrants; those maintained by treasurers shall not disclose certain information.
  • HB256: HOV lanes; extends sunset clause in Northern Virginia and in Hampton Roads.
  • HB257: Defined contribution retirement plan; permits any locality or school board to establish.
  • HB258: Fishing piers, commercial; regulation of net fishing in the vicinity.
  • HB638: Judicial authorization of treatment; advance directives.
  • HB639: Higher Education, State Council of; publication of graduate employment rates on its website.
  • HB640: Public schools; clarifies language relating to enrollment of military children.
  • HB641: Children; employment certificate requirements.
  • HB642: High school accreditation; Board of Education to adopt regulation adjusting formula for calculating.
  • HB643: Virginia Telephone Privacy Protection Act; telephone call includes any text message sent.
  • HB644: In-state tuition; eligibility of members of Virginia National Guard residing in state.
  • HB1279: Felonies by prisoners; penalties.
  • HB1280: Psychiatric hospital admissions; local inmates.
  • HJ50: Flooding; Institute of Marine Science to study strategies to prevent in Tidewater localities.
  • HJ51: Health care provider; option for accepting military training, etc., as requirements for licensure.
  • HJ53: Commending Catherine Muldoon.
  • HJ54: Commending Physicians for Peace.
  • HJ55: Celebrating the life of Edith M. Harrington.
  • HR570: Celebrating the life of William G. Laws.
  • HB840: License plates, special; issuance to members and former members of U.S. Navy.
  • HB1243: Driver's license applications; DMV to provide electronic means for certain contributions.
  • HB1689: Pound net licenses; prohibits Marine Resources Commission from issuing in waters of Chesapeake Bay.
  • HB1690: Battery; if person commits against emergency health care providers, penalty.
  • HB1691: Veterans and military servicemembers; specialty treatment procedures.
  • HB1692: Speed limits; City of Va. Beach may, by ordinance, change on any highway in its jurisdiction.
  • HB1847: Health workforce activities; repeals requirement for Commissioner of Health to submit annual report.
  • HB1848: Tuition, in-state; eligibility for spouse of an active duty military service member.
  • HB1849: Criminal street gangs; clarification of definition.
  • HB1850: Motorcycles; prohibits children under age eight from riding.
  • HB1851: Real property tax; classification of certain historical buildings.
  • HB1852: State military laws; several technical changes and amendments.
  • HB2216: Laboratory results; authority to provide directly to insurance carrier, etc.
  • HB2217: Local disability services; agencies may convene local interagency services teams.
  • HB2218: Health care providers; third-party reimbursement programs.
  • HB2219: Correctional facilities, local; jailers have written policy for revocation of good conduct credits.
  • HB2416: Accountability and Performance Review Commission; established.
  • HB756: Offshore drilling; royalties to be deposited in Transportation Trust Fund, etc.
  • HB757: Prisoners; allowed on private property to remove graffiti in certain localities.
  • HB758: Workforces; allowed on private property owned by elderly or indigent persons if needing repair.
  • HB759: HOV lanes; allows certain military personnel to use in Hampton Roads regardless of passengers.
  • HB760: Veterans Skills Database; established.
  • HB840: License plates, special; issuance to members and former members of U.S. Navy.
  • HB841: DMV; authorized to use National Change of Address System to update customer records.
  • HB1118: Virginia Military Family Relief Fund; State policy to exclude from taxation payments made from Fund.
  • HB1243: Driver's license applications; DMV to provide electronic means for certain contributions.
  • HJ99: Health insurance coverage, catastrophic; Joint Commission on Health Care to study options.
  • HJ435: Commending pregnancy care centers.
  • HJ436: Commending Aragona Pembroke Little League on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HR19: U.S. Navy's East Coast aircraft carriers; Governor to take action to ensure remain in Hampton Roads.