Del. Dave LaRock (R-Loudoun)

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Party
Republican
District
33: Counties of Clarke (part), Frederick (part), and Loudoun (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2014
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Counties, Cities and Towns, Education, Transportation
Age
66
Website
votelarock.us
Copatroning Habits
75% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 75% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 60% of them are Republicans.
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Bills Passed
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Bio

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Recent Mentions in the Media

WAMU 88.5: Virginia proposed school policies and transgender student rights; D.C. traffic laws

September 23, 2022 | 2:44 pm
  

The Virginian-Pilot: Opinion: Abortion ban would land Virginia in poor company

August 27, 2022 | 3:00 am
  

Loudoun Now: LaRock Presents Lovettsville New Town Charter

August 26, 2022 | 3:00 am
  

Washington Blade: Va. lawmaker accused of destroying neighbors' property

August 3, 2022 | 3:00 am
  

NBC4 Washington: Virginia Delegate Accused of Damaging Neighbors' Property

August 1, 2022 | 3:00 am
  

From the Legislator’s Website

New Laws and Supreme Court Victories!

June 30, 2022
It’s hard to believe that the year is almost half over! Tomorrow is the beginning of Virginia’s new fiscal year, and that means many of the new laws we passed this past session will come into effect. Likely the most important thing we did that takes effect on July 1, is the biennial budget, which allocates how the Commonwealth will spend more than $160 billion of our tax dollars. Fortunately, after some long, tough negotiations with Senate Democrats, we were able to return about $4 billion to the taxpayers, while still funding our critical needs like schools and law enforcement. Read more here...

Giving Unborn Babies the Protection They Deserve

June 24, 2022
I am very pleased that today the Supreme Court took the opportunity to set aside the Roe v. Wade ruling which contributed to the death of over 60 million babies in the United States over the last 49 years. While this affirmation from the court underscores the reality that there is no explicit constitutional right to take the life of a baby, the responsibility to protect life in Virginia is now left to the state legislature and Governor. Read more here....

Long-Overdue Tax Relief for Virginians!

June 7, 2022
The General Assembly met last Wednesday and voted to send the budget to the Governor, who now has opportunity to offer further amendments. We were charged with managing a significant budget surplus. The Republican House budget prioritized tax cuts and returning tax dollars to taxpayers. The prolonged negotiations saw the Senate Democrats continue to obstruct and reject some of the good proposals from the Governor and House Republicans, as well as attempting to insert some problematic changes into the budget. Read more here...

Updated Progress Report From the Trenches in Richmond

May 18, 2022
I’m taking this opportunity to report to you on what took place in the 2022 Session of the Virginia General Assembly and how it will affect all of us. While we are still waiting to finalize the Commonwealth’s budget and some key pieces of legislation, I would also like to take a moment to share some accomplishments of our restored Republican majority in the House of Delegates. Read more here...

Reaching the First Big Milestone and Seeing Good Progress!

February 14, 2022
Friday marked one month since the beginning of the 2022 General Assembly session, and we’re now over halfway through. All House Bills must be voted out of the House and moved over to the Senate by Tuesday night. It’s a very busy time. Friday we sent 76 bills over to the Senate, and today and tomorrow we will likely send over 240 more. Here’s a brief summary of where things stand with some topics of interest. Read more here...

Making Progress and Some Pictures I Think You’ll Enjoy

February 6, 2022
The 2022 Session is well underway and we are excited to update you. Several bills I initiated this year in the House of Delegates are making progress, receiving bipartisan support, and we are working hard to get them passed. My first bill to pass the House and move over to the Senate was HB 793, which aims to improve VDOT Traffic Incident Management vehicles’ response time to help clear serious accidents and get traffic flowing again.  Also, my bills to require absentee ballots be returned before polls close and amending the Lovettsville town charter reported out of Committees on Friday and will see action on the floor next week. Read more here...

You Voted and Prayed- PLEASE Don't Stop Now!

January 11, 2022
As of 12 noon tomorrow, the 2022 session of the Virginia legislature will begin with a Republican majority in the House of Delegates, and by Saturday the 15th, Governor-Elect Youngkin, Lieutenant Governor-Elect Sears, and Attorney General-Elect Miyares will be sworn in - you can see the inauguration seating from my Richmond office window! How did we turn from being a distinctly blue state to having all three statewide offices held by Republicans and the House of Delegates switching to a narrow Republican majority?  There are many things that contributed to this shift. I'll put answered prayer at the very top of the list.  Please consider signing the petition asking Governor Youngkin and Attorney General Miyares to take immediate action protecting medical and religious freedom! Read more here!

Rural Broadband is Coming; Medical Freedom and NOVA Transportation

December 15, 2021
As we look forward to Christmas and the New Year, I know many of you are excited to see positive changes from the new leadership in Virginia. I am as well, as I've never had the privilege of working with a Republican governor and administration! On Monday, the Commonwealth announced the latest awards of the VATI grants to bring universal broadband service to all currently unserved residents and businesses in Loudoun, Clarke, and Frederick Counties! We're continuing to prepare for the upcoming 2022 session, which will be Jan. 12-March 12, 2022. And the Northern Virginia Joint Transportation (Virtual) Meeting is tonight! Read more here...

Grants and Private Investment to Bring Broadband to Entire 33rd House District

December 13, 2021
Today, the Commonwealth announced the latest awards of the Virginia Telecommunication Initiative (VATI) grants to bring universal broadband service to all currently unserved residents and businesses in Loudoun, Clarke, and Frederick Counties. Del. LaRock said, “I know it’s been a very long and painful process to bring broadband service to all my constituents in Loudoun, Clarke and Frederick Counties. Over the last 8+ years, I’ve heard from so many constituents about the way lack of reliable internet service has hindered their ability to work, learn and enjoy life in the rural parts of the district I serve. I’ve worked with all the local governments, internet providers, and constituents to try everything possible to bring them affordable access to reliable broadband internet. I look forward to working with all my constituents and the stakeholders in this project to finally bring this long-standing effort to a successful resolution in the coming months.” Read more here....

Thankful, and Ready to Get to Work!

November 24, 2021
First, let me give a huge, belated THANK YOU to all the amazing people who helped us finish our campaign strong. Not only did 25,188 people vote for me to continue serving our district (the most votes I've ever received, and a 7,500+ increase from 2019), but the 58.18% was my 2nd-highest % ever! As you know, we also saw Republicans take the three statewide races and will likely have a 52-48 majority in the House of Delegates! (two close races are being recounted) Virginia's citizens voted at a record rate for a Governor-election year, secured a better future for Virginia, and ended the nightmare of the last two years of total Democrat one-party control! I want to especially thank our Republican volunteers working outside the polling places, and as observers inside the polling places, as well as the hard-working election officials. We had dedicated volunteers working hard for the last year to ensure this year's voting was conducted fairly and by-the-book. Read more, including my 2022 Session preview, here.

These are all of the video clips of Dave LaRock’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2014. There are 27 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB777: Emergency Services and Disaster Law; emergency orders and regulations, limitations, civil penalty.
  • HB783: Immunizations; authority of the Commissioner of Health, religious exception.
  • HB784: Income tax, state; home instruction and private school tax credit.
  • HB785: Family life education curriculum guidelines; human reproduction, viewing of ultrasound video.
  • HB786: Instructional material and related academic activities; Board of Education to establish policy.
  • HB787: Public elementary or secondary school student; moral and character education, etc.
  • HB788: Education Improvement Scholarships program; increases percentage for tax credit.
  • HB789: Family life education programs; student participation, summaries.
  • HB790: Collective bargaining; law enforcement, transparency and accountability.
  • HB792: Nutrient credit trading; adjacent hydrologic unit code.
  • HB793: Traffic incident management vehicles; certain vehicles exempt when en route to scene of an accident.
  • HB934: COVID-19; employer-mandated vaccinations, required exemptions, civil penalties.
  • HB937: Family planning services; restrictions on expenditure of funds.
  • HB941: Voter registration; registration permitted up to and including the day of the election.
  • HB942: Voter identification; identification containing a photograph required.
  • HB945: Absentee voting in person; available beginning on the tenth day prior to election.
  • HB956: Absentee voting; deadline for returning absentee ballot.
  • HB962: Vaccines; adverse events, reporting.
  • HB976: Prescriptions; unapproved use.
  • HB1024: Parental Choice Education Savings Accounts; established, definition of poverty guidelines.
  • HB1025: Parental Choice Education Savings Accounts; established.
  • HB1028: Lovettsville, Town of; amending charter, town officers and powers.
  • HB1032: School boards, local; standards for certain public school library materials, parental review.
  • HB1036: School boards, local; requirement for students to wear masks or other face coverings.
  • HB1099: Retail Sales & Use Tax, additional local; use of revenues for construction or renovation of schools.
  • HB1100: Public elementary and secondary school buildings; standards for maintenance, operations, etc.
  • HB1101: Election officials, state and local; acceptance of certain gifts and funding prohibited.
  • HB1109: Elections; time of certain local elections.
  • HB1113: Transportation funding; statewide prioritization process for project selection.
  • HB1114: Real property; additional tax on commercial and industrial property in certain localities.
  • HB1347: Family life education instruction; school year time limit.
  • HB1349: Abortion; born alive human infant, treatment and care, penalty.
  • HJ65: Constitutional amendment; education, state appropriations to private schools.
  • HJ421: Celebrating the life of Wilson L. Kirby.
  • HJ437: Commending Kris C. Tierney.
  • HR228: Commending Paul Marik, M.D.
  • HR230: Celebrating the life of Candace Lee Strother.
  • HR231: Commending the Greenwood Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company, Inc.
  • HR232: Commending Samuel Buckley.
  • HB634: School Divisions of Innovation; local assessments.
  • HB970: Transportation; use of funds.
  • HB2241: Unborn child protection from dismemberment abortion; penalties.
  • HB2242: COVID-19 immunization; prohibition on requirement, discrimination prohibited.
  • HB2243: Home instruction and private schools; creates an individual, nonrefundable income tax credit.
  • HB2244: Family life education; curriculum guidelines, human reproduction, viewing of ultrasound video.
  • HB2245: Transportation; revenues dedicated as of July 1, 2020, shall not be redirected.
  • HB2246: State agencies; automatic workforce management verification software.
  • HB2251: Emergency orders and regulations; limitations, civil penalty.
  • HJ573: COVID-19; expresses the sense of the General Assembly that any vaccination for virus be voluntary.
  • HJ742: Celebrating the life of Jean Smith Brown.
  • HJ742: Celebrating the life of Jean Smith Brown.
  • HJ743: Celebrating the life of Paul Wendell Dick.
  • HJ743: Celebrating the life of Paul Wendell Dick.
  • HJ752: Commending Patty Ortiz.
  • HJ752: Commending Patty Ortiz.
  • HJ754: Commending Sergeant Steven Pebler.
  • HJ754: Commending Sergeant Steven Pebler.
  • HJ759: Commending John Unger.
  • HJ759: Commending John Unger.
  • HJ760: Commending Dennis Linaburg.
  • HJ760: Commending Dennis Linaburg.
  • HJ761: Commending Sergeant Brian Rosenberry.
  • HJ761: Commending Sergeant Brian Rosenberry.
  • HR834: Commending the Clarke County High School girls' soccer team.
  • HR838: Commending St. Peter's Episcopal Church.
  • HB626: Opioids; prescribing, required patient disclosures.
  • HB631: Income tax, state; deduction for tolls paid on Virginia roads.
  • HB632: Zoning; development approvals.
  • HB634: School Divisions of Innovation; local assessments.
  • HB635: Traffic incident management vehicles; exempt from certain regulations.
  • HB636: Town residents; provision of county services.
  • HB642: Transportation funding; statewide prioritization process.
  • HB677: Interstate 66; reverse tolling, toll revenue on Interstate 66 and Interstate 395.
  • HB678: Parental Choice Education Savings Accounts; established, report.
  • HB679: Real and personal property tax exemptions; repeals exemptions.
  • HB680: Virginia Public Procurement Act; information technology project services contracts, behind schedule.
  • HB683: Family life education programs; student participation.
  • HB685: Va Public Procurement Act; preference for contractors using automatic billing verification software.
  • HB766: Income tax, state; subtractions for volunteer firefighters, etc.
  • HB767: Parking; local regulation of certain vehicles.
  • HB768: Commercial and industrial property; additional real property tax in certain localities.
  • HB769: Local government; codification of ordinances, affirmative defense.
  • HB770: Goats; grazing on stream buffers.
  • HB771: Dulles Greenway; amends the powers and responsibilities of the SCC to regulate toll road operators.
  • HB772: Virginia Highway Corporation Act of 1988; Department of Transportation authority.
  • HB773: Refunds of local taxes; authority of treasurer.
  • HB774: Commonwealth Transportation Board; increases revenue-sharing funds.
  • HB970: Transportation; use of funds.
  • HB971: Virginia Highway Corporation Act of 1988; termination of certificate of authority.
  • HB978: Improper driving; driving without full attention to operation of vehicle.
  • HB979: Utility easements; pole attachments.
  • HB1212: Personal motor vehicle insurance policy; compliance with terms and conditions.
  • HB1227: Unmanned aerial systems; local regulation.
  • HB1357: Wildlife or fish; sale of mounts permitted.
  • HB1367: Higher educational institutions, public; in-state tuition, volunteer firefighters and EMS providers.
  • HB1377: Architectural and engineering contracts; certain localities.
  • HB1389: Transportation funds; use of funds for projects.
  • HB1393: Nutrient credit trading; adjacent hydrologic unit code.
  • HB1476: Motor vehicle dealers; advertising.
  • HB1477: Application for public assistance; eligibility, review of records.
  • HB1485: Firearms; regulation by localities, workplace rules, limitation.
  • HB1486: Place of religious worship; carrying dangerous weapon.
  • HB1487: Gun safes; exemption from sales tax for sales of safes.
  • HB1551: Abortion; fetal dismemberment prohibited.
  • HB1728: Motor vehicles; car tax credit for paid tolls.
  • HB1729: Commonwealth Transportation Board; membership, suburban representation.
  • HB5070: Public health emergency; immunizations.
  • HB5071: Collective bargaining; law enforcement, transparency and accountability.
  • HB5075: Emergency Services and Disaster Law; emergency orders and regulations, Commissioner of Health, etc.
  • HB5082: Vaccines; requirements for inclusion on list of required vaccines.
  • HJ69: Virginia State Police; air emergency medical services, report.
  • HJ162: Commending the Division of Capitol Police.
  • HJ326: Commending Adrian J. O'Connor.
  • HJ481: Celebrating the life of Betsey Jean Smith Brown.
  • HJ500: Commending Helen Butts.
  • HJ501: Commending Mary Morris.
  • HJ502: Commending David L. Ash.
  • HJ503: Commending the Woodgrove High School girls' soccer team.
  • HJ504: Commending the Loudoun County High School girls
  • HJ505: Commending Heidi Trude.
  • HJ506: Commending Tree of Life Ministries.
  • HJ5002: Hydroxychloroquine; use for COVID-19 treatment.
  • HJ5007: Women's Suffrage Month; designating as August 2020 and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ5008: COVID-19 pandemic; executive orders.
  • HR60: Commending the Loudoun Hunt.
  • HR153: Commending Victor LoPreto.
  • HR210: Commending Loudoun County wineries.
  • HR211: Commending the Clarke County High School academic team.
  • HB2566: Real and personal property tax; repeals tax exemptions for all nonprofit entities.
  • HB2567: Higher educational institutions, public; free exercise of religion on campus.
  • HB2568: Child Safety Savings Accounts; established, report.
  • HB2569: Family day homes; zoning permits.
  • HB2570: Family life education programs; student participation.
  • HB2571: Interstate 81 Corridor Improvement Transportation Commission; created.
  • HB2572: Berryville, Town of; amending charter, reorganizes charter.
  • HB2573: Utility easements; pole attachments.
  • HB2574: School Divisions of Innovation; performance-based assessments for Va. Studies & Civics & Economics.
  • HB2575: Commercial and industrial property; additional real property tax in certain localities.
  • HB2594: Traffic incident management vehicles; definition.
  • HB2799: Dulles Greenway; powers and responsibilities of SCC to regulate toll road operators.
  • HB2804: Virginia Public Procurement Act; professional and information technology project services contracts.
  • HB2805: Parking; access aisles adjacent to parking spaces reserved for persons with disabilities.
  • HB2806: Local government; codification of ordinances, affirmative defense.
  • HJ683: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference).
  • HJ684: Educators; Board of Education to establish code of ethics and professional responsibility.
  • HJ694: Virginia State Police; air emergency medical services, report.
  • HJ1076: Commending the Patrick Henry College moot court team.
  • HJ1077: Commending Robert Dryden.
  • HJ1078: Commending the Woodgrove High School football team.
  • HJ1083: Celebrating the life of Evelynn Belle Ware.
  • HJ1084: Celebrating the life of Malcolm Forbes Baldwin.
  • HJ1085: Commending the Loudoun Valley High School boys' cross country team.
  • HJ1086: Commending the Clarke County High School girls' cross country team.
  • HJ1087: Commending Hogback Mountain Paintball.
  • HJ1088: Commending the Woodgrove High School softball team.
  • HJ1090: Commending the Tuscarora High School girls' cross country team.
  • HJ1091: Commending the Loudoun County High School girls' soccer team.
  • HJ1092: Commending the Loudoun County High School girls volleyball team.
  • HR381: Commending Trip's Auto Sales DMV Select office.
  • HR404: Commending the Loudoun Valley High School boys' indoor track team.
  • HR405: Commending the Loudoun Valley High School boys' outdoor track team.
  • HR406: Commending the Loudoun Valley High School girls' cross country team.
  • HB340: Loudoun County; agreements for treasurer to collect and enforce real & personal property taxes.
  • HB490: Frederick County; property tax exemptions.
  • HB491: Custody and visitation; rights of parents with a disability.
  • HB492: Passing a stopped school bus; conviction shall not be made part of driving record.
  • HB588: Abused or neglected child; expands definition.
  • HB656: Telecommunications; Dept. of Historic Resources to convene work group to examine Sect. 106 review.
  • HB734: Constitutional amendment; special funds for transportation purposes.
  • HB842: Controlled paraphernalia; possession or distribution, hypodermic needles and syringes, naloxone.
  • HB1167: Jury commissioners; lists of unqualified persons provided to general registrars.
  • HB1168: Family life education programs; student participation.
  • HB1169: Employment-related information; disclosure to law-enforcement agency.
  • HB1170: DGS; aid & cooperation of Division of Purchase and Supply to any fire company, etc.
  • HB1180: Place of religious worship; carrying dangerous weapon.
  • HB1182: Perinatal hospice and palliative care; notice to women of agencies providing services.
  • HB1274: Higher educational institutions, public; expressive activity on campus.
  • HB1278: School Divisions of Innovation; performance-based assessments.
  • HB1280: Medical and other public assistance; eligibility, review of records of applicants.
  • HB1281: Economic impact statements; Department of Planning and Budget to prepare.
  • HB1282: Parking citations; funds paid to locality.
  • HB1283: Utility easements; pole attachments.
  • HB1285: Transportation project selection in Northern Virginia; public meeting.
  • HB1286: Parental Choice Education Savings Accounts; established, report.
  • HB1287: Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; includes certain deputy sheriffs under coverage.
  • HB1288: Personal injury actions; situations of peril created by plaintiff's negligence.
  • HB1489: Tolling; Northern Virginia.
  • HB1592: Internet capabilities; prohibited sale of products, obscene content blocking capability.
  • HJ41: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (second reference).
  • HJ115: Standards of Quality; JLARC to study cost to implement.
  • HJ116: National Beer Day; designating as April 7, 2019, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ117: Educators; Board of Education to establish code of ethics and professional responsibility.
  • HJ534: Commending the Loudoun Valley High School boys' cross country team.
  • HJ538: Commending the Patrick Henry College moot court team.
  • HJ539: Commending the Northwestern Regional Juvenile Detention Center.
  • HJ540: Commending Karen Russell.
  • HJ541: Commending W. Keith Brower, Jr.
  • HJ542: Commending Sam Adamo.
  • HJ549: Celebrating the life of Fred Thomas Wright.
  • HJ550: Celebrating the life of James F. Brownell.
  • HJ551: Celebrating the life of Albert M. Nicodemus, Jr.
  • HB963: Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act; created, penalty.
  • HB1453: Naloxone; dispensing for use in opioid overdose reversal, etc.
  • HB1473: Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act; penalty.
  • HB1605: Virginia Parental Choice Education Savings Accounts; established, report.
  • HB1822: Place of worship; carrying dangerous weapon personal protection.
  • HB1823: Property tax exemptions in Frederick County.
  • HB1824: DPOR; deregulation of interior designers.
  • HB1839: School principals; incident reports.
  • HB2048: Child support and fines; nonpayment, suspension of driver's license.
  • HB2092: Application for public assistance; eligibility, review of records.
  • HB2093: Local Government, Commission on; estimated fiscal impact on a locality of relocated refugees.
  • HB2261: Virginia Human Rights Act; unlawful discriminatory practice, definition of anti-Semitism.
  • HB2273: Blind parents; custody or visitation rights.
  • HB2299: Comprehensive community colleges; tuition grants and fees for certain individuals.
  • HB2475: Real property tax; payments in lieu of taxes for exempt organizations.
  • HB2476: Driver's licenses; revocation of driving privileges in other jurisdictions.
  • HJ693: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Transportation Funds.
  • HJ698: Study; Department of Social Services; Commonwealth's child support enforcement system.
  • HJ716: Commending the Patrick Henry College international moot court team.
  • HJ1067: Commending the Patrick Henry College intercollegiate moot court team.
  • HJ1069: Commending Breaux Vineyards.
  • HJ1070: Commending Sunset Hills Vineyard.
  • HJ1071: Commending the Loudoun Valley High School STEM Club.
  • HJ1072: Commending the Lovettsville Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company.
  • HJ1073: Commending Michele Coates.
  • HJ1074: Commending Sergeant John Kelly.
  • HJ1087: Commending The Barns at Hamilton Station Vineyards.
  • HR431: Public institutions of higher education; free speech.
  • HB168: Passing stopped school buses; rebutting presumption, mailing of summons.
  • HB257: Fire or rescue volunteers; mental health treatment; funding by locality.
  • HB258: Form of ballot; party identification of candidates.
  • HB259: SOL; Bd. of Education prohibited from adopting revisions that implement Common Core State Standards.
  • HB260: Firearms; law-enforcement certification of transfer.
  • HB273: Transfer of certain firearms; identification requirement.
  • HB389: Virginia Parental Choice Education Savings Accounts; established, report, effective clause.
  • HB397: Discrimination; specification of certain terms relating to sex or gender.
  • HB431: Certificate of birth; amendment; designation of sex.
  • HB556: Abuse and neglect of children; a child includes a viable fetus.
  • HB736: Property tax; repeals certain exemptions in Frederick County.
  • HB962: Lyme disease; testing disclosure.
  • HB963: Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act; created, penalty.
  • HB970: Fetal remains; disposition, penalty.
  • HB1132: School principals; incident reports.
  • HB1134: Disorderly conduct; provisions shall not apply to certain students if occurs on school property.
  • HB1271: Practical design standards for projects.
  • HJ138: Dulles Toll Road Permit & Operating Agreement; Joint Com. on Transportation Accountability to study.
  • HJ139: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds.
  • HJ386: Commending the Patrick Henry College moot court team.
  • HJ387: Commending the Loudoun Valley High School boys' cross country team.
  • HJ388: Commending the Loudoun Valley High School golf team.
  • HJ389: Commending Drew Hunter.
  • HJ390: Commending Katherine Slover.
  • HJ470: Commending Martha Mason Semmes.
  • HB1470: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; use of revenues, effective date.
  • HB1625: Lovettsville, Town of; amending charter, updates boundaries, town powers, etc.
  • HB1752: SOL; Bd. of Education prohibited from adopting revisions that implement Common Core State Standards.
  • HB1753: Home instruction of children; requirements, year-end assessments, cutoff date.
  • HB1754: Home instruction of children; parent to provide certain testing scores to division superintendent.
  • HB2009: Firearms, certain; law-enforcement certification.
  • HB2079: Radar detectors; repeals ban on the use in motor vehicles.
  • HB2165: Property tax; exemptions for certain real property and nonprofit organizations in Frederick County.
  • HB2231: Student discipline; modifying long-term suspensions and expulsions.
  • HB2238: Virginia Parental Choice Education Savings Accounts; established.
  • HB2321: Virginia Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act; created, penalty.
  • HJ635: Communications sales and use tax; Department of Taxation to study performance of tax.
  • HJ636: Law-enforcement officers; DCJS to study the sufficiency of funding for training.
  • HJ655: Virginia Cyber Protection Teams; Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security, to study.
  • HJ938: Celebrating the life of Zora M. McCall Brownell.
  • HJ939: Commending Craig M. MacLean.
  • HJ940: Commending Darryl C. Smith, Sr.
  • HJ941: Commending the United States Navy Reserve.
  • HJ942: Commending Laura Pearson.
  • HJ943: Commending Nichols Hardware.
  • HR312: Commending Carolee Cooke.
  • HB635: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; use of revenues.
  • HB647: MWAA; limits use of Commonwelth revenues to support Phase II of Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project.
  • HB652: Boundary adjustments; notice of any agreement shall be served upon affected landowners.
  • HB653: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; allocations.
  • HB658: Northern Virginia highway construction district; CTB allocations.
  • HB878: Firearms, certain; certification by chief law-enforcement officer within 30 days of request.
  • HB950: Income tax, state; home instruction and private school tax credit.
  • HB1266: Machine guns; owned by a trust.
  • HJ84: Dulles Access Highway; memorializing Congress to take legislative action necessary to impose tolls.
  • HJ85: Dulles Access Highway; memorializing MWAA to impose & collect tolls for use, etc.
  • HJ372: Commending LINK, Inc.
  • HJ472: Commending the Patrick Henry College moot court team.
  • HJ5236: Commending the Loudoun Free Clinic.
  • HJ5237: Commending the Free Medical Clinic of Northern Shenandoah Valley, Inc.
  • HJ5238: Commending HealthWorks for Northern Virginia.
  • HR135: Celebrating the life of Benjamin George Belrose.
  • HR136: Commending the Honorable Joe T. May.
  • HR547: Commending the Loudoun Valley High School baseball team.
  • HR548: Commending the Woodgrove High School softball team.
  • HR549: Commending the Woodgrove High School girls' lacrosse team.
  • HR550: Commending the Loudoun Valley High School debate team.