Delegate Dave Albo (R-Springfield)

Photo of Dave Albo
Party
Republican
District
42: County of Fairfax (part) [map]
Took Office
January 1994
Next Election
November 2017
Website
davealbo.com
Copatroning Habits
68% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 69% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 64% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
30% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

University of Virginia The Cavalier Daily: Virginia Supreme Court upholds McAuliffe's individual restoration of voting rights

September 22, 2016
Virginia Supreme Court upholds McAuliffe's individual restoration of voting rightsDelegate Dave Albo (R-Springfield) also voiced concern over the types of criminals that could have their voting rights restored under McAuliffe's proposal. ?I am confident that the vast majority of the people of Virginia do not want child molesters ...and more »

NBC 29 News: Va Leaders Confront Disputes with Northrop Grumman over State Contract

September 12, 2016
The chair of the House Appropriations Committee, Del. S. Chris Jones, said he's, ... "Northrop Grumman could very well have some really good points, and I don't think necessarily the bad guys here,? said Delegate Dave Albo (R-42nd District). The ...and more »

NBC4 Washington: Sherwood's Notebook: Now 'Mouth-Off' Politics

September 14, 2016
Sherwood's Notebook: Now 'Mouth-Off' PoliticsIt's not just his critics who say his public life should be over. Del. Dave Albo, R-Fairfax, was a strong supporter of McDonnell when he was governor. If there is any doubt of McDonnell's public disgrace, Albo recently articulated a strong "court of ...

WVTF: Republicans Want Virginia Supreme Court to Hold Governor in Contempt

September 1, 2016
Republican Delegate Dave Albo says Republicans don't believe that the governor actually considered all those cases individually. ?There's no way that he went through 13,000 people's court cases and found out whether every single person paid their ...and more »

Bristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog): The call for political action against UVa

September 16, 2016
Del. Dave Albo, R-Fairfax County, told the Washington Post: ?For the last 10 years, they told us: 'We can't, because we're really broke. We need the money from the out-of-state students.' Now I find out that was all a bunch of bull. They've got the money.and more »

These are all of the video clips of Dave Albo’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2008. There are 257 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB171: Alcoholic beverage control; food-beverage ratio for certain mixed beverage licensees.
  • HB271: Parenting time; replaces 'visitation' in statutory language.
  • HB887: Virginia Public Procurement Act; requirements for use of construction management.
  • HB118: Urban county executive form of government; animal protection police officer.
  • HB169: HOT lanes; enforcement and notification by lanes operator when person used without payment, etc.
  • HB170: Controlled paraphernalia; unlawful to possess or distribute, exceptions, penalty.
  • HB171: Alcoholic beverage control; food-beverage ratio for certain mixed beverage licensees.
  • HB172: Habitual offenders; evaluation of person be conducted by VASAP & recommendations submitted to court.
  • HB173: Alcoholic beverage control; prohibited practices by mixed beverage licensees, exception.
  • HB174: Insurance agents; financial hardship waiver of continuing education requirements.
  • HB175: Foreign business entities; service of process on registered agent.
  • HB176: Pen register or trap and trace device; court allowed to issue an order for installation.
  • HB177: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act; crimes against nature, penalty.
  • HB225: Interstate System components; approvals of tolls on I-395.
  • HB226: Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage licenses, performing arts facilities.
  • HB227: Hearsay exceptions; admissibility of statements by children in certain cases.
  • HB228: Graduation requirements; computer programming as foreign language.
  • HB271: Parenting time; replaces 'visitation' in statutory language.
  • HB272: Illegally obtained information; receipt and publication, penalty.
  • HB326: Electronic communication service or remote computing service records; obtaining records.
  • HB570: County police chief; election.
  • HB572: Fines and costs; statutes of limitation on collection, etc.
  • HB578: Virginia Public Procurement Act; architectural and engineering services, etc.
  • HB885: Driver's licenses; treatment of federal convictions.
  • HB886: Stalking; second offense, Class 6 felony.
  • HB887: Virginia Public Procurement Act; requirements for use of construction management.
  • HB888: Virginia Public Procurement Act; requirements for certain construction projects.
  • HB1213: Minors; certain education records as evidence.
  • HB1247: Higher educational institutions; student expulsion, appeal.
  • HB1248: Private property; landowner also owns airspace.
  • HB1280: Virginia Public Procurement Act; competitive negotiation, professional services.
  • HJ64: Appointment; Chairman of the Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission.
  • HJ312: Commending Robert O. Chase.
  • HB162: Appeals to Supreme Court of Va. and Court of Appeals of Va; filing of an appendix by CD-ROM.
  • HB216: Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority; created.
  • HB289: Virginia Public Procurement Act; cooperative procurement.
  • HB1152: Alcoholic beverage control; suspension or revocation of mixed beverage licenses, penalty.
  • HB1208: Virginia Public Procurement Act; consideration of early payment discounts.
  • HB1234: Landfills; limitation on location.
  • HB1388: Courthouse and courtroom security; increase of certain fee.
  • HB1391: Interstate Health Care Compact; established.
  • HB1439: Alcoholic beverage control; regulations.
  • HB1440: Alcoholic beverage control; ABC Board markups.
  • HB1445: Cannabidiol oil and THC-A oil; possession of marijuana.
  • HB1469: Marriage certificates; parties able to designate themselves as spouse, bride, etc., on application.
  • HB1499: Breastfeeding in public places; mother's right.
  • HB1503: Driving after forfeiture of license; blood alcohol content.
  • HB1505: Sexual offenses; prohibiting proximity to victims of the offense, penalty.
  • HB1539: Virginia Translational Medicine Investment Fund; established.
  • HB1540: Virginia Public Procurement Act; job order contracting and cooperative procurement.
  • HB1628: Virginia Public Procurement Act; contract modification.
  • HB1635: Defamation; statute of limitations, actions involving Internet.
  • HB1771: Motor vehicle insurance; refusal of claims, payment of uninsured and underinsured benefits.
  • HB1776: Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority; created, report, eliminates ABC Board.
  • HB9997: Incomplete
  • HJ537: Drug trafficking; interstate cooperation.
  • HR248: Commending Robert Bent.
  • HR320: Commending Michael R. Frey
  • HB159: Personal property; fraudulent conversion or removal of leased property, restitution.
  • HB160: Reckless driving; exceeding speed limit.
  • HB161: District courts; an audio recording of proceedings may be made by party or his counsel.
  • HB162: Appeals to Supreme Court of Va. and Court of Appeals of Va; filing of an appendix by CD-ROM.
  • HB163: Appeal from bail, bond, or recognizance order; compliance with appellate court.
  • HB164: Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority; background checks of applicants.
  • HB216: Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority; created.
  • HB217: Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage license for Virginia State Fair.
  • HB218: Tobacco products; purchase, etc., of nicotine vapor products by minors, penalty.
  • HB219: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; record exemption for certain letters of recommendation.
  • HB220: Driving while intoxicated; refusal of blood or breath tests.
  • HB278: Juvenile and domestic relations district court; clarifies law governing retention of records, etc.
  • HB279: Judges; mandatory retirement.
  • HB280: False advertisement for regulated services; notice, penalty.
  • HB281: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; contracts.
  • HB282: Alcoholic beverage control; contract winemaking facility, nonpayment.
  • HB283: Alcoholic beverage control; suspension of license for local tax delinquency.
  • HB284: Alcoholic beverage control; air carrier licensees, privileges.
  • HB289: Virginia Public Procurement Act; cooperative procurement.
  • HB290: Virginia Public Procurement Act; competitive negotiation, job order contracting.
  • HB291: Driving under influence of alcohol; restricted license.
  • HB490: Health care providers; electronic medical records.
  • HB491: State lottery; method of payment for purchase of tickets.
  • HB492: Notaries; if not accredited to represent persons in immigration proceedings, shall not offer advice.
  • HB523: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; registration of juveniles, etc.
  • HB616: Charitable gaming; VDACS may issue permit while tax-exempt status is pending approval by IRS.
  • HB1152: Alcoholic beverage control; suspension or revocation of mixed beverage licenses, penalty.
  • HB1188: Animal fighting; money paid for admission to certain premises, etc.
  • HB1208: Virginia Public Procurement Act; consideration of early payment discounts.
  • HB1234: Landfills; limitation on location.
  • HB5009: Interstate Health Care Compact; established.
  • HJ40: Virginia Medicaid program and Medicaid-funded nonemergency transportation services; JLARC to study.
  • HJ62: Virginia's Law Enforcement & Search & Rescue; Crime Commission to study current state of readiness.
  • HB469: Algebra readiness assessment; Board of Education to develop or approve for students.
  • HB1350: Standards of Learning; local school divisions shall provide math remediation, etc., for grades 6-8.
  • HB1431: Murder; increases penalty for conspiracy to commit.
  • HB1432: Writ of actual innocence; revises one of allegations necessary to petition.
  • HB1433: Infants; cause of action for expenses for injury, statute of limitations.
  • HB1434: Wrongful death and personal injury actions; future wages presumption.
  • HB1435: Senior judge system; to study feasibility & effect of implementing for circuit & district courts.
  • HB1477: Deadman's Statute; corroboration of testimony by business records, authentication of records.
  • HB1587: ABC; contemplated actions by brewery or beer wholesaler.
  • HB1773: Nonsuits; fees and costs.
  • HB1847: Criminal street gang predicate offenses; penalties.
  • HB1849: Alcoholic beverage control; operation of contract winemaking facilities.
  • HB1850: Assault and battery; adds employees of local or regional correctional facility.
  • HB2178: Charitable gaming; authorizes network bingo.
  • HB2253: Transportation; makes several changes to state & local taxes & fees to acct. for & provide funding.
  • HJ730: Child sexual abuse; Virginia State Crime Commission to study laws, etc., governing investigation.
  • HB34: Signs or advertising, unlawful; Commissioner of Highways agreements with local government.
  • HB49: DUI; raises penalty for aggravated involuntary manslaughter.
  • HB50: DUI; penalty for maiming shall include a mandatory minimum term of confinement of one year.
  • HB51: Deferred disposition; trial court shall announce judgment within 72 hours of guilt phase of trial.
  • HB52: Tax information; reports/information provided by Attorney General to tobacco products manufacturer.
  • HB53: Tangible personal property; tax relief for qualifying vehicles.
  • HB84: Child custody; judge shall communicate basis for decision, except in certain cases.
  • HB89: Citizenship of arrestee; if accused is not committed to jail, arresting officer to ascertain.
  • HB93: Pupil transportation; increases minimum amount of vehicle liability insurance and medical coverage.
  • HB94: School boards, local; meeting procedures.
  • HB108: Federal immigration law; enforcement by State and its political subdivisions.
  • HB465: Commonwealth, Secretary of; required to prepare an organizational chart of state government.
  • HB466: Alcoholic beverage control; outdoor advertising.
  • HB467: Ignition interlock; removes certain installation requirement.
  • HB468: Public school funding; Department of Education to adjust local composite index (LCI) calculation.
  • HB469: Algebra readiness assessment; Board of Education to develop or approve for students.
  • HB470: Alcoholic beverage control; retail licensee advertising Happy Hour on its website.
  • HB471: Alcoholic beverage control; outdoor advertising, penalty.
  • HB472: Immigration query at arrest; law-enforcement officer to determine status after lawful traffic stop.
  • HB473: Charitable gaming; authorizes jumbo bingo.
  • HB474: Higher educational institutions; employee salaries from state funds.
  • HB475: Involuntary commitment; alters criteria for ordering mandatory outpatient treatment.
  • HB476: Mandatory outpatient treatment hearing; determination of treatment prior to release from commitment.
  • HB477: Interstate Highway System; allocation of funds for maintenance.
  • HB478: Gunston Hall; administrative head is appointed by Governor, report.
  • HB479: Tax-paid contraband cigarettes; possession with intent to distribute, penalties.
  • HB480: FOIA; attendance by certain members in a closed meeting.
  • HB555: Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage license for certain motor sports facilities.
  • HB556: Internet; publication of personal information of certain public officials prohibited.
  • HB624: Sex offender registry; juvenile registration.
  • HB895: Voter registration; requires proof of U.S. citizenship, residence, and photo ID to register.
  • HB896: Alcoholic beverage control; Sunday operation of government stores after 1:00 p.m.
  • HB897: Virginia Child Protection Accountability System; reporting of certain information by VCSC, etc.
  • HB898: Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund; for transportation funding.
  • HB899: Retail Sales and Use Tax and motor fuels tax; funds for transportation.
  • HB1298: GPS tracking device; provides authority & protocol for law enforcement to apply for search warrant.
  • HJ185: Highway and monorail transportation, combined; Congress to support funding for hybrid systems, etc.
  • HJ300: Commending David Curtin.
  • HJ5030: Judges; election in Court of Appeals, circuit court, general district court, etc.
  • HR617: Judge; nomination for election to Court of Appeals of Virginia.
  • HR618: Judges; nominations for election to circuit court.
  • HR619: Judges; nominations for election to general district court.
  • HR620: Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court.
  • HB276: Highway maintenance funds; requires CTB to allocate funds on basis of achieving level of disparity.
  • HB280: Fraud to accomplish vote on union organization; person guilty of misdemeanor.
  • HB282: Newspapers; may petition circuit court for authority to publish legal notices and publications.
  • HB730: Health insurance; coverage for early intervention services of autism.
  • HB734: Income tax, state; public school renovation tax credit.
  • HB1207: Computer trespass; expands crime to include video and image capture hardware or software, penalty.
  • HB1420: Immigration laws; State Police to enter into agreement with U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement.
  • HB1421: Immigration laws, federal; enforcement by State, political subdivisions, or localities.
  • HB1422: Homestead exemptions; adds one firearm, not to exceed $3,000 value, to list of exemptions.
  • HB1425: Taxes, local; collection.
  • HB1430: Citizenship of arrestee; if accused is not committed to jail, arresting officer to ascertain.
  • HB1431: Recordation tax; reduces state tax on deeds of trust.
  • HB1459: Medical malpractice; increases cap on recovery in actions against health care providers.
  • HB1468: Citizenship or legal presence required for public assistance; verification required.
  • HB1476: Sexual abuse; limitations period.
  • HB1491: Highway maintenance funds; requires CTB to allocate funds on basis of achieving level of disparity.
  • HB1604: Income tax, corporate; market-based sourcing.
  • HB2016: Northern VA Transportation Authority, Northern VA Transportation Commission, etc.; consolidation.
  • HB2182: Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority; created, replaces Alcoholic Beverage Control Board.
  • HB2391: Disposition of driver's licenses; court not to order surrender of license under certain conditions.
  • HB2499: Insurance license tax; dedicates to Highway Maintenance & Operating Fund one-third of total revenue.
  • HB276: Highway maintenance funds; requires CTB to allocate funds on basis of achieving level of disparity.
  • HB277: Washington Bypass transportation corridor; Transportation Board to establish.
  • HB278: Human remains; provider to maintain refrigeration at 40 degrees or embalmed if stored over 48 hours.
  • HB279: Alcoholic beverage control; third party shipment of wine and beer.
  • HB280: Fraud to accomplish vote on union organization; person guilty of misdemeanor.
  • HB281: Animal cruelty; increases penalties.
  • HB282: Newspapers; may petition circuit court for authority to publish legal notices and publications.
  • HB283: General district courts; electronic filing of civil cases.
  • HB728: Conditions of release; person arrested for felony released to pretrial services agency if indigent.
  • HB729: Involuntary admission; allows court to enter an order for mandatory outpatient treatment following.
  • HB730: Health insurance; coverage for early intervention services of autism.
  • HB731: School calendar; local school boards to set first day of school.
  • HB732: Tuition, in-state; students entitled to who have completed 8 semesters will be assessed a surcharge.
  • HB733: Medicaid fraud; Director may deny Medicaid provider contracts for violation of statutes.
  • HB734: Income tax, state; public school renovation tax credit.
  • HB735: Fair Housing Law; recovery of damages against private individual by fair housing organizations.
  • HB736: Child Protection Accountability System; VSP and circuit courts required to report information.
  • HB737: E-Verify Program; requires state agencies and those newly hired to perform work in State.
  • HB738: Claimants; certain persons paying claims to attorneys to provide direct notification.
  • HB1207: Computer trespass; expands crime to include video and image capture hardware or software, penalty.
  • HB1208: State attorneys; increase of fees in criminal cases.
  • HB1258: Construction contracts; indemnification provisions.
  • HB1325: ABC; Board to conduct a study that assesses economic impact of marking up spirits, report.
  • HJ332: Commending the Women's Suffrage Museum and the Workhouse Arts Center.
  • HB11: Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (voter referendum).
  • HB463: Farm wineries; list of usual and customary activities that will be permitted.
  • HB1669: Income tax, state; State shall return to cities & counties 50% of growth in collections.
  • HB1693: Driving under influence; mandatory punishment when concentration is elevated above certain amount.
  • HB1694: Parking; allows certain counties and towns to prohibit parking of certain vehicles on streets.
  • HB1695: Driving without a license; person may be placed under arrest if previously convicted of offense.
  • HB1696: Higher education; increase of admission of in-state students at public institutions.
  • HB1723: Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund; provides a formula for allocating proceeds.
  • HB1781: Juvenile records; allows Department of Juvenile Justice to share information with law enforcement.
  • HB1782: Driver's license; minors in planning district 8 to show completion of 90 min. driver safety course.
  • HB1823: Recordation taxes; changes basis on which taxes are calculated on transfer of real estate.
  • HB1839: Commercial real estate tax; used for local projects and construct new roads.
  • HB2257: Outpatient treatment; allows court to order mandatory treatment following involuntary admission.
  • HB2293: Alcoholic Beverage Control Board; creates 2-year pilot project for certain mixed beverage licensees.
  • HB2547: Federal economic stimulus funds; available for State use exclusively for transportation & education.
  • HB2548: Learner's permits; requires applicants to prove legal presence in U.S.
  • HB5006: Evidence, testimonial; procedure notifying defendant of introduction of certificate of analysis.
  • HJ4: Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (second reference).
  • HJ660: Career & technical education; joint subcommittee to study ways to increase in secondary schools.
  • HB11: Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (voter referendum).
  • HB37: Higher educational institutions; selective service registration required.
  • HB91: Driver's license; penalty for driving without.
  • HB101: Telephone solicitations; charitable organizations for law-enforcement officers.
  • HB102: Real estate tax; limitation on tax rate in localities.
  • HB103: Correctional facility; verification of citizenship and alien status of person committed.
  • HB105: Courts of Justice Committees; appointment of designees by chairmen.
  • HB134: Bingo; prohibited practices for jackpot games.
  • HB159: Stolen goods; person guilty of larceny if knowledge of property buying or receiving is stolen.
  • HB160: Larceny; punishment for using emergency exit to exit premises.
  • HB161: Traffic crimes; mandatory minimum fines.
  • HB167: Tuition, in-state; reclassification of student.
  • HB168: Motor vehicle liability insurance; increases coverage limits.
  • HB169: Concealed weapons; adds box cutters to list.
  • HB265: Wood burning fireplaces; regulation by locality.
  • HB266: Mixed beverage restaurant licensees; liquor sale calculations.
  • HB267: Involuntary admission; court determines petitioner is indigent, court shall appoint counsel.
  • HB459: Correctional facility; verification of citizenship and alien status of person committed.
  • HB461: Bond; conditions of release without.
  • HB462: Locksmiths; regulatory scheme for licensing by Criminal Justice Services Board.
  • HB463: Farm wineries; list of usual and customary activities that will be permitted.
  • HB464: Humane investigators; appointment by circuit court.
  • HB815: Voluntary admission; report to Central Criminal Records Exchange.
  • HB816: Outpatient treatment; community services board et al., to report any material noncompliance.
  • HB817: Judges; increases number in various general district courts.
  • HB818: Judges; increases number in circuit court.
  • HB819: Nursing facilities; those in continuing care retirement communities to participate in program.
  • HB820: Inmates; officer of correctional facility to inquire of alien status.
  • HB944: Public Procurement Act; procurement of professional services for certain transportation projects.
  • HB1159: Zoning ordinance; provisions for issuance of inspection warrants by magistrate.
  • HB1380: Sewage systems; counties and towns may approve.
  • HB1387: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); waiver of ineligibility period.
  • HB1451: Limited partnerships; distributions of assets.
  • HB6004: Highway maintenance funds; provides for allocation thereof by Transportation Board.
  • HB6029: Transportation administration and funding; eliminating and replacing certain state fees and taxes.
  • HB6042: Transportation administration and funding; eliminating and replacing certain state fees and taxes.
  • HJ4: Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (second reference).
  • HR24: Commending Kenneth G. Feng.
  • HB1887: Alcoholic beverage control;unlawful purchase/possession of alcoholic beverages,deferred proceedings.
  • HB1888: Real estate tax; limitation on tax rate by localities.
  • HB1889: Alcoholic beverage control; refusal to grant and revocation or suspension of licenses.
  • HB1890: Driver's license; driving after forfeiture of licensure for DUI conviction, penalty.
  • HB1891: Local government; composite index of local ability-to-pay.
  • HB1892: Driver's license, restricted; voluntary revocation.
  • HB1893: Federal transportation enhancement grants; distribution of funds on basis of population.
  • HB1894: Car tax relief; removes cap on overall amount, and creates Personal Property Tax Relief Fund.
  • HB1895: Judge sentencing; court to report to Sentencing Commission of any departure from jury sentence.
  • HB1896: Street gangs; punishment for defacing or destroying any war memorial.
  • HB1897: Adoption; exchange of medical and psychological information.
  • HB1898: Juvenile records; allows law-enforcement agency access thereto when investigating certain offense.
  • HB1899: Newspapers; legal notices or publications.
  • HB1900: Cruelty to animals; penalty if deprives animal of food, drink, shelter or veterinary treatment.
  • HB1901: Preliminary hearing; required for person accused of a felony.
  • HB1902: Nonsuits; requirements of nonsuiting party.
  • HB1903: Bail; no fees for an appeal from an order granting, setting, or denying.
  • HB1904: Outpatient treatment orders; changes first criterion to include failure to properly take medication.
  • HB1905: Adoption; changes requirement that social worker meet with birth parents and prospective parents.
  • HB1906: Unfair employment practices; discharging employees when unauthorized aliens are employed.
  • HB1907: State Auditor, Office of; created, report.
  • HB1908: Child restraint devices; raises booster seat age, prohibits certain in front seat.
  • HB1909: Deeds; responsibility of attorney or party who prepares recordation.
  • HB1910: Alcoholic beverage control; tastings conducted by manufacturers or wholesalers.
  • HB1911: Parental placement adoption; legal counsel may appear on behalf of birth parents or adoptive parent.
  • HB1912: Parental placement adoption; exchange of identifying information.
  • HB1969: Truth in Music Advertising Act; created.
  • HB1970: Illegal aliens; it is unlawful to be in Virginia if in United States illegally.
  • HB2145: Alcoholic bev. control; ABC Board to grant mixed beverage license to property operated as resort.
  • HB2146: Children; unlawful to leave unattended in vehicle.
  • HB2147: Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; noncompliance with rental agreement.
  • HB2264: Extortion; withholding immigration document.
  • HB2428: Workers' compensation; requires certain employers to furnish medical care thereunder.
  • HB2429: Gangs and terrorism crimes; prosecutuion of those committing.
  • HB2430: Garnishment summons; claims of exemption.
  • HB2431: Reversion of federal lands; State to take title to lands in NoVa with environmental contamination.
  • HB2432: Claims; Dylan Scott Stanley.
  • HB2433: Public-Private Transportation Act; interim or comprehensive agreements to be competitively bid.
  • HB2434: Supplemental funding; dedicates to primary and secondary road construction.
  • HB2435: Immigrants; status in order to obtain domicile in State.
  • HB2491: Alcoholic beverage control; certain conditions for interior advertising, penalty.
  • HB2492: Insurance agents; applicants to submit fingerprints for criminal history records check.
  • HB2493: Farm wineries; establishes criteria for local regulation thereof.
  • HB2494: Tenants by the entirety; married couple acquires property presumption is acquired it thereby.
  • HB2495: Nonsuits; notice required, dismissal of actions thereby.
  • HB2496: Impact fees; supplemental funding for Northern Virginia to go to NOVA Trans. Auth., report.
  • HB2505: District court and juvenile and domestic relations district court; increases number of judges, etc.
  • HB2506: Circuit court; increase of judges in various circuits.
  • HB3049: Driving under influence of alcohol; conviction based on blood alcohol concentration.
  • HB3090: Privileged communications; physician peer review and physician accreditation entities.
  • HB3120: Farm wineries; no county, city, or town shall adopt an ordinance prohibiting storage, etc.
  • HJ95: Alcoholic beverages; joint sub. to study definition of & qualificaitons relating to licensed retail.
  • HJ609: Asian-Indian American Day; designating as January 26, 2007, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ654: Fairfax County; Board of Supervisors to study efficiency/effectiveness of form of government.
  • HJ677: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds.
  • HB41: Driving under influence of alcohol; penalty for subsequent offense.
  • HB42: Driving under influence of alcohol; penalty for involuntary manslaughter.
  • HB43: Mental health; change in criteria for assisted outpatient treatment program.
  • HB44: Driving under influence of alcohol; penalty for subsequent offense.
  • HB60: Law Officers' Retirement System; includes emergency medical technicians.
  • HB61: Voter registration; duties of State Board of Elections.
  • HB62: Judges; increases number in general district court.
  • HB63: Judges; increases number in circuit court.
  • HB111: All-terrain vehicles; allows local governments in Northern Virginia to prohibit operation thereof.
  • HB112: Motor vehicle sales and use tax; allows DMV Commissioner to collect on basis of final sale price.
  • HB113: Alcoholic beverages; penalty for purchasing for certain persons.
  • HB114: Alcoholic beverages; penalty for unlawful purchasing or possession thereof.
  • HB115: Garnishment forms and summonses; requires clarity in language therein.
  • HB116: Nonrepairable vehicles; amends definition thereof.
  • HB312: Courts of record; certain fees.
  • HB313: Court-appointed counsel; removes monetary caps on fees.
  • HB314: DMV; assessment of fees on certain drivers.
  • HB315: Real estate tax; limitation on tax rate.
  • HB316: Real Estate Board; duties of licensees and limited service representatives.
  • HB317: Railroads; passenger rail service liability.
  • HB318: Animal control; changes limits localities may set for uniform schedule of civil penalties.
  • HB319: Personal property tax; valuation of automobiles.
  • HB320: Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; noncompliance of rental agreement, landlord to recover damages.
  • HB321: Wine and beer; limited service hotels licensed to sell for consumption in designated areas.
  • HB600: Securities; right of survivorship shall be owned by a husband and wife.
  • HB601: Alcoholic beverages; license taxes for wholesale beer and wine licensees.
  • HB602: Alcoholic beverages; privileges of certain retail on-premises licensees who sell wine.
  • HB775: Predicate crimminal act; addition to list of crimes included in definition.
  • HB776: Law practices; allows those who are not active members of State Bar to render professional services.
  • HB777: Law-Enforcement.
  • HB778: Title insurance; requirements for certain residential dwelling units.
  • HB780: Education; expenditures and reports on instructional spending.
  • HB781: Employees and residents, local; right to express opinions to elected officials.
  • HB784: Lottery; various changes that will enhance ability to continue as strong revenue producer for State.
  • HB844: Indigent Defense Commission; powers and duties.
  • HB845: Freedom of Information; allows Forensic Science Bd. & Scientific Adv. Com. to have closed meeting.
  • HB846: Sex crimes against children; mandatory minimum term of confinement for certain offenses.
  • HB847: Gangs; collection of information on individuals identified as members thereof.
  • HB848: Forensic Science, Department of; change in powers and duties.
  • HB849: Assistive Technology Loan Fund Authority; Board of Directors to appoint executive director.
  • HB1385: Car tax relief.
  • HB1435: Farm wineries; local regulation thereof, report.
  • HB1517: Gang and Terrorism Law-enforcement Assistance Unit; created within Office of Attorney General.
  • HB1518: Telephone records; fraudulent procurement, penalty.
  • HB5021: Reversion of federal lands; State to take title of those containing environmental contamination.
  • HB5053: Special Transportation Fund for Northern Virginia; created, use of certain revenues, report.
  • HB5054: Special Transportation Fund for Northern Virginia; created.
  • HB5055: Highway Maintenance & Operating Fund; dedicates new fees on certain drivers & tax revenues thereto.
  • HB5056: Special Transportation Fund for Northern Virginia;created, use of certain revenues, report.
  • HJ35: Driving under influence of alcohol or drugs; Crime Comm. to study existing punishments therefor.
  • HJ95: Alcoholic beverages; joint sub. to study definition of & qualificaitons relating to licensed retail.
  • HJ98: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); transportation funding.