Del. David Yancey (R-Newport News)

Photo of David Yancey
Party
Republican
District
94: City of Newport News (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2012
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Commerce and Labor, Education, Transportation (Chair)
Age
47
Website
davidyanceyfordelegate.com
Copatroning Habits
67% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 70% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 68% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
34.6% in 2019

These are all of the video clips of David Yancey’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2012. There are 29 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB330: Public elementary and secondary school students; use of unscented topical sunscreen.
  • HB960: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; marketing plan information, report.
  • HB1765: Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school security officers.
  • HB1766: Newport News, City of; amending charter, inaugural meeting of newly elected council.
  • HB1768: Certificate of title; vehicle used as a taxicab.
  • HB1915: Cancer patients; expedited review of adverse coverage determinations.
  • HB1916: State agencies and employees; break time and location for employees to express breast milk.
  • HB1929: Campaign finance; disclosure of all contributors.
  • HB1966: Uniform Statewide Building Code; issuance of building permits.
  • HB2056: Law-enforcement officials; to knowingly, with intent to mislead an official, giving false reports.
  • HB2066: Firearms, stolen; creates and enhances penalties.
  • HB2168: School Innovation, Modernization, and Competitiveness, Commission on; established.
  • HB2323: Clerks; refusal to record certain liens or encumbrances.
  • HB2419: Banks; capital stock.
  • HB2630: Open-end credit plans; governing law.
  • HB2651: Virginia Prevention of Sex Trafficking Fund; created, fees for offenses related to sex trafficking.
  • HB2796: Watercraft; transfer by operation of law, transfer on death.
  • HJ641: Department of Health; rulemaking process, use of rainwater, report.
  • HJ772: Commending Braxton-Perkins American Legion Post 25.
  • HJ823: Commending Rosemary Trible.
  • HJ862: Commending William T. Green, D.D.S.
  • HJ942: Commending Commissioners and Cans.
  • HR214: Commending The Apprentice School football team.
  • HR227: Commending the Rotary Club of Oyster Point.
  • HR303: Commending Ctr for Innovative Tech's Ctr for Unmanned Systems & Va. Tech Mid-Atlantic Aviation, etc.
  • HR324: Commending Joseph Moore.
  • HB78: Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; waiver of first-time licensing fees.
  • HB79: Dog boarding establishments; group play requirements, penalty.
  • HB111: Health insurance; coverage of proton radiation therapy, report.
  • HB129: Worker retraining tax credit; manufacturing instruction for students.
  • HB130: Chief Resiliency Officer; Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security to designate.
  • HB164: Contractors, Board for; prerequisites to obtaining a building permit.
  • HB165: Higher educational institutions, public; loans to students, collection.
  • HB192: Rainwater and gray water; regulations.
  • HB194: Campaign finance; disclosure of all contributors.
  • HB327: Higher educational institutions, public; graduation requirements.
  • HB328: Cancer patients; expedited external review of adverse coverage determinations.
  • HB329: High school graduation requirements; course load.
  • HB330: Public elementary and secondary school students; use of unscented topical sunscreen.
  • HB331: Health insurance; plan for state and local government employees.
  • HB332: State employee health insurance plan; coverage for proton therapy.
  • HB333: Prescription Monitoring Program; requirements of prescribers, exceptions.
  • HB374: Controlled substances; exposure, bodily injury to law-enforcement officers, etc., penalty.
  • HB434: Health insurance; coverage for proton therapy.
  • HB435: Health insurance; expedited external review of adverse coverage decisions, cancer treatments.
  • HB452: Prescription Monitoring Program; requirements of prescribers, exceptions.
  • HB453: Airport boards and authorities; transparency and accountability for use of Dept. and Board funds.
  • HB800: Towing; increases maximum hookup and initial towing fee of any passenger car.
  • HB898: Prerequisites to obtaining a building permit; elimination of affidavit requirement.
  • HB899: Military surplus off-road motor vehicles; qualified as an antique vehicle.
  • HB955: Public utility vehicles; yielding right-of-way or reducing speed.
  • HB956: Payday loans; changes minimum term from two of the borrower's pay cycles to six months.
  • HB957: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; definition of 'custodian.'
  • HB958: Virginia FOIA; records containing both excluded and nonexcluded information.
  • HB959: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; transfer of public records.
  • HB960: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; marketing plan information, report.
  • HB961: Victims of human trafficking; expungement of police and court records.
  • HB962: Prostitution; expungement of convictions.
  • HB984: Prostitution; minors.
  • HB1080: Employment; break to express breast milk.
  • HB1081: Firearms, stolen; creates and enhances penalties.
  • HB1082: Environmental regulations; no stricter than federal law.
  • HB1084: Virginia Public Procurement Act; statute of limitations on actions on construction contracts.
  • HB1085: Public schools; open enrollment for students residing on a military installation, etc.
  • HB1107: Medicaid Legacy Fund; created.
  • HB1108: Medicaid; Secretary of Health and Human Resources to apply for a waiver.
  • HB1110: Urban farming; DACS to adopt regulations to promote.
  • HB1323: Military surplus motor vehicles; registration and operation on highways, penalty.
  • HB1525: Handheld personal communications devices; prohibits use in highway work zones.
  • HB1564: Eminent domain; empanelment of commissioners.
  • HJ13: Permitting process; localities encouraged to develop a more uniform and streamlined process.
  • HJ40: State agencies & organizations; encouraging to help businesses employing workers under age 18.
  • HJ282: Commending Joe Samuel Frank.
  • HR5: Indian tribes in Virginia, certain; memorizing United States Senate to federally recognize.
  • HR33: Celebrating the life of Judith Lynn Colbert Casey.
  • HR44: Celebrating the life of Mayer A. Sarfan.
  • HR45: Celebrating the life of Dorene Zilber Sarfan.
  • HR59: Celebrating the life of Martha Howard Patten.
  • HR66: Celebrating the life of Connie Marie Felt Cowardin.
  • HR79: Celebrating the life of Everett Hope Jordan, Jr.
  • HR93: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Barry G. Logsdon.
  • HR94: Celebrating the life of Raymond B. Bottom, Jr.
  • HR120: Celebrating the life of Bradford Huffman.
  • HR137: Commending Dr. William R. Harvey.
  • HR138: Commending Hampton University.
  • HR139: Celebrating the life of Agnes Epes McMurran Johnson.
  • HB897: Tow truck drivers; registration of drivers convicted of violent crimes.
  • HB978: Health insurance; proton radiation therapy coverage decisions.
  • HB1623: Residential rental property; foreclosure shall act as a termination agreement.
  • HB1656: Health insurance; proton radiation therapy coverage decisions.
  • HB1701: Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory (FOIA) Council; membership.
  • HB1732: License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Virginia Nurses Foundation.
  • HB1788: Incapacitated persons; abuse and neglect, financial exploitation, penalty.
  • HB1815: Computer trespass; government computers and computers used for public utilities, penalty.
  • HB1821: Regulatory Management, Division of; created within Department of Planning and Budget, report.
  • HB1830: Income tax, state and corporate; artificial intelligence industry tax deduction.
  • HB1959: Student internships; tax credit to an employer for each intern hired.
  • HB2013: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; board of directors, qualifications.
  • HB2210: Employment; break to express breast milk.
  • HB2346: Insurance agent licensing; motor vehicle rental contract enrollers, etc.
  • HB2387: Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; waiver of first-time licensing fees.
  • HB2465: Virginia Consumer Protection Act; open-end credit plans.
  • HJ686: Memorializing the Congress of the United States to allow states and communities; bridge safety.
  • HJ705: Encouraging localities to develop a more uniform and streamlined permitting process.
  • HJ842: Commending Temple Baptist Church.
  • HJ856: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Robert Mark Yacobi.
  • HJ875: Celebrating the life of the Honorable John C. Miller.
  • HJ976: Commending St. Mark Lutheran Church.
  • HJ1023: Commending the Virginia Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs.
  • HR274: Commending the Brandon Heights Fourth of July Parade.
  • HR275: Celebrating the life of Willis E. Lowery.
  • HR298: Commending the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
  • HR306: Celebrating the life of Deitra Sheckler Copeland.
  • HR321: Celebrating the life of Henry D. Medlin.
  • HR356: Celebrating the life of Carolyn K. Castleberry.
  • HR392: Celebrating the life of Eli Mitri Habib.
  • HR393: Celebrating the life of Thomas Walter Caldroney, M.D.
  • HR409: Commending the Vietnam War Monument in Newport News.
  • HR439: Celebrating the life of Robert W. Lawrence.
  • HR445: Celebrating the life of John Whitman Lawson.
  • HB185: Va. Economic Development Partnership; import of products and services from international markets.
  • HB186: Port-related tax credits; sunset extension.
  • HB261: Armed Forces of the U.S. or Va. National Guard, former members of; provisional teaching licenses.
  • HB274: Hampton Roads Transportation Fund; distribution of Fund.
  • HB275: Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission; composition.
  • HB276: Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission; administrative expenses.
  • HB373: Victims of certain crimes; confidentiality of information.
  • HB374: Registration of vehicles owned or used by emergency medical services agencies.
  • HB405: Professional and occupational licenses; temporary licenses for spouses of military service members.
  • HB499: Professions and occupations; regulation, petitions, review by Board, report.
  • HB508: Worker retraining and career pathway tax credit; modification of credit.
  • HB706: Alcoholic beverage control; corkage fee for beer and cider.
  • HB897: Tow truck drivers; registration of drivers convicted of violent crimes.
  • HB905: Hospitals; advance disclosure of charge for elective procedure, test, or service.
  • HB974: Open-end credit; allows only a seller of goods to extend credit under agreement.
  • HB978: Health insurance; proton radiation therapy coverage decisions.
  • HB985: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; record exclusions; rule of redaction; no weight accorded.
  • HB986: Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council; increases membership.
  • HB1075: Consumer finance loans; rate of interest.
  • HB1076: Employment; break time and location for employees to express breast milk.
  • HB1079: Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission; distribution of funds.
  • HB1220: Electric utility; recover of cost of purchasing certain solar energy facilities.
  • HB1252: Neighborhood assistance tax credit program; low-income persons.
  • HJ94: Oyster shell reclamation; VCU's Rice Rivers Center to study.
  • HJ97: Commonwealth's aerospace industry; Joint Commission on Technology and Science to study.
  • HJ220: Commending Newport News Shipbuilding.
  • HR91: Commending the Virginia Living Museum.
  • HR111: Commending the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities.
  • HR122: Commending Canon Virginia, Inc.
  • HR136: Commending John Glaser.
  • HR150: Commending the Brandon Heights Fourth of July Parade.
  • HR186: Commending the Newport News Rotary Club.
  • HR217: Commending Digby A. Solomon.
  • HR227: Commending Abbitt Realty.
  • HR250: Commending the High School League of the Peninsula Conference of Rugby Virginia.
  • HB870: New infrastructure; tax credit for certain investment.
  • HB1001: Electric utilities; on-bill financing programs for eligible energy efficiency measures.
  • HB1114: Student data; cloud computing.
  • HB1223: Virginia Public Procurement Act; small, women, and minority-owned businesses.
  • HB2137: Teachers; initial license with no industry certification credential, may issue provisional license.
  • HB2138: Receiving money for procuring person; penalty.
  • HB2140: Gang and drug crimes; imposes higher penalties for certain offenses.
  • HB2142: Voting systems; use of direct recording electronic machines.
  • HB2143: Secondhand articles; building material.
  • HB2145: Garage keepers' liens for vehicle storage, etc.; removes $500 cap on liens.
  • HB2146: Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission; expansion of funds.
  • HB2148: Virginia Public Procurement Act; small, women-owned, & minority-owned businesses, defines business.
  • HB2150: Domestic violence or sexual assault leave; duty of employers.
  • HB2151: Employment; break to express breast milk.
  • HB2237: Electric utility ratemaking; recovery of costs of solar energy facilities.
  • HB2354: State Board for Community Colleges; policy for the award of academic credit for military training.
  • HB2365: Open-end credit agreements; only a seller of goods to extend credit under an agreement.
  • HJ838: Commemorating the arrival of the French frigate Hermione at Virginia in 2015.
  • HR205: Commending Danny Hunley.
  • HR215: Celebrating the life of Irving Althaus.
  • HR216: Celebrating the life of Grant S. Williams, Sr.
  • HR223: Celebrating the life of Paul Macrae Montgomery.
  • HR232: Celebrating the life of Dorothy Seal Tolbert.
  • HR233: Celebrating the life of Carol Cap
  • HR253: Commending S. Richmond Gallaer.
  • HR263: Commending the Honorable Cynthia D. Kinser.
  • HR267: Commending Chad Green.
  • HR314: Commending Marie Boyd.
  • HR315: Celebrating the life of Leonid Kotlyar.
  • HB863: Enterprise Zone Grant Program; removes restriction on number that may exist at any one time.
  • HB864: Virginia Small Business Financing Authority; definition of eligible business & business enterprise.
  • HB865: STEAM Summer Learning Center Fund; established.
  • HB870: New infrastructure; tax credit for certain investment.
  • HB875: Real property tax; sale of certain tax delinquent property.
  • HB884: Virginia Infrastructure Grant Fund; established.
  • HB1001: Electric utilities; on-bill financing programs for eligible energy efficiency measures.
  • HB1004: Open-end credit agreements; only seller of goods to extend credit under an agreement.
  • HB1100: CTB Six-Year Improvement Program; requirements.
  • HB1114: Student data; cloud computing.
  • HB1161: Christopher Newport University; membership of Board of Visitors.
  • HB1214: Governor and Attorney General; parties to litigation with state, prohibited conduct, penalties.
  • HB1223: Virginia Public Procurement Act; small, women, and minority-owned businesses.
  • HJ101: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; report.
  • HJ104: Virginia Retirement System; System to place stop-loss orders on securities it holds.
  • HJ188: Commending Patty Heath.
  • HJ211: Commending Robert F. Shuford, Sr.
  • HJ212: Commending Pete's Custom Auto Service.
  • HJ223: Celebrating the life of Walter S. Segaloff.
  • HJ290: Celebrating the life of George L. Ackerman.
  • HJ5139: Commending Paul Daniel Smith.
  • HR57: Commending Robert Thad Mackie, D.D.S.
  • HR58: Commending Nelson Farley.
  • HR98: Commending Bettie Minette Cooper.
  • HR128: Commending Gordon L. Gentry, Jr.
  • HR142: Commending the Hampton Roads Republican Women's Club.
  • HR162: Commending Mike O'Neil
  • HR163: Commending Robin Bonnett McArthur.
  • HR164: Celebrating the life of Lloyd U. Noland, Jr.
  • HR171: Commending the Newport News and Suffolk Fire Departments.
  • HB720: Worker retraining tax credit; increase in credit amount for tax years beginning January 1, 2012.
  • HB724: False advertising; exempts real estate brokers and salespersons from criminal and civil liability.
  • HB1923: Worker retraining tax credit; increase in credit amount for tax years beginning January 1, 2012.
  • HB1949: Reckless driving; speed limits on toll facilities.
  • HB1951: Virginia Public Procurement Act; bid match preference for Virginia businesses.
  • HB1970: Exemplary Teacher Grant Fund; created.
  • HB1971: STEM Summer Learning Center Fund; created.
  • HB1972: Advanced and Precision Manufacturing Education Fund; created.
  • HB1977: Open-end credit plans; prohibits anyone other than seller of certain goods from extending credit.
  • HB2060: Juveniles; alleged to be truant, development of truancy plan.
  • HB2073: Real estate brokers and salespersons; liability of false advertising and false information.
  • HB2080: Evidence acceptable to DMV Commissioner of payments of taxes, etc.
  • HB2334: Solar-powered or wind-powered electricity generation facility; SCC to conduct pilot program, etc.
  • HB2335: Transportation Revenue Fund; established, report.
  • HJ813: Commending the Newport News Fire Department Bomb Squad.
  • HJ814: Commending the Heritage High School Governor's STEM Academy.
  • HJ815: Commending Robert Criner.
  • HJ816: Commending Christian Leonard.
  • HJ817: Commending Walter Segaloff.
  • HJ818: Commending Warwick River Christian School.
  • HJ819: Commending Sam C. Canavos.
  • HJ820: Commemorating the life and legacy of Captain Michael Dermott Mullan.
  • HJ821: Commending the Virginia Bankers Association Education Foundation.
  • HJ868: Child Identification Program Day; designating as May 25, 2013, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ915: Commending Yates Elementary School.
  • HR224: Commending Charlie Hill.
  • HR225: Commending Golden Bethune-Hill.
  • HB719: Hunting and fishing license, special; permanently disabled veteran to apply and receive at no cost.
  • HB720: Worker retraining tax credit; increase in credit amount.
  • HB721: Towing and Recovery Operators, Board of; abolishes Board.
  • HB722: Charter; City of Newport News.
  • HB723: Transportation; funding and administration in various construction districts.
  • HB724: False advertising; exempts real estate brokers and salespersons from criminal and civil liability.
  • HB725: Motor vehicle title loans, payday loans, and open-end credit plans; caps interest rate.
  • HB726: Sale of property; City of Newport News to sell certain property for nominal amount.
  • HJ154: Commending Menchville House Ministries, Inc.
  • HJ155: Commending the Honorable G. Glenn Oder.
  • HJ244: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Billie Meriwether Millner.
  • HJ509: Commending the Newport News Green Foundation.
  • HR536: Commending the Denbigh House.
  • HR538: Commending the Mermaid Winery.
  • HR565: Commending Project CARE of the Greater Virginia Peninsula.
  • HR571: Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel Robert Roy Begland, USA (Ret.).
  • HR580: Commending the Buffa family.
  • HR606: Commending the Oyster Pointer.
  • HR607: Commending People to People.