Del. Dan Helmer (D-Fairfax Station)

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Party
Democratic
District
40: Counties of Fairfax (part) and Prince William (part) [map]
Took Office
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Agriculture, Chesapeake and Natural Resources, Communications, Technology and Innovation
Website
danhelmer.com
Twitter
@helmerVA
Copatroning Habits
91% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 83% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 81% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
0% in 2021
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Bills

  • HB457: Higher educational institutions; immunity from disciplinary action in certain cases.
  • HB461: Employee protections; medicinal use of cannabis oil.
  • HB480: Health insurance; coverage for the diagnosis of and treatment for infertility.
  • HB481: Hospitals; price transparency.
  • HB484: Virginia Initiative for Education and Work; exemption for postsecondary students.
  • HB485: Student Emergency Aid Fund and Program; created and established.
  • HB487: State park fees; Virginia National Guard and Virginia Air National Guard.
  • HB489: Campaign advertisements; independent expenditures, electioneering communications, etc.
  • HB527: Interstate Medical Licensure Compact and Commission; created.
  • HB1130: Law-enforcement officers, retired sworn; purchase of service handguns or other weapons.
  • HB1187: Out-of-state health care practitioners; temporary authorization to practice.
  • HB1238: Valluvar Way; designating as Brentwall Drive in Fairfax County.
  • HB1252: General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; prohibited conduct, ownership of certain securities.
  • HB1302: Campaign finance; prohibits contributions from persons that are not individuals.
  • HJ328: Celebrating the life of George Phillip Alber.
  • HJ329: Commending Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8469.
  • HJ332: Commending Scott O. Konopasek.
  • HJ333: Commending Caroline and Corinne Sieber.
  • HJ334: Commending the Battlefield High School girls' swim and dive team.
  • HR71: Russia; boycott of goods and services.
  • HR74: Commending the Clifton Community Woman's Club.
  • HR75: Commending Rosa Bakes.
  • HR188: Commending the staff of Centre Ridge Elementary School.
  • HR189: Commending the Lake Braddock Secondary School girls' gymnastics team.
  • HR206: Commending Scott O. Konopasek.
  • HB776: Health insurance; coverage for fertility preservation procedures for cancer patients.
  • HB1293: Shirley Gate Road; extension in Fairfax County, funding.
  • HB1297: State Corporation Commission; increases number of members.
  • HB1619: Income tax, state; subtraction for low-income military veterans with a service-connected disability.
  • HB1620: Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for employers of National Guard members.
  • HB1811: Virginia Public Procurement Act; preference for energy-efficient and water-efficient goods.
  • HB1811: Virginia Public Procurement Act; preference for energy-efficient and water-efficient goods.
  • HB1820: SNAP benefits program; eligibility for benefits, postsecondary education.
  • HB1820: SNAP benefits program; eligibility for benefits, postsecondary education.
  • HB1862: Employee protections; medicinal use of cannabis oil.
  • HB1862: Employee protections; medicinal use of cannabis oil.
  • HB1908: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; noncompliance with rental agreement, etc.
  • HB1908: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; noncompliance with rental agreement, etc.
  • HB1914: Electric utilities; triennial review, period costs, rate reductions.
  • HB1914: Electric utilities; triennial review, period costs, rate reductions.
  • HB2001: State and local buildings, certain; building standards.
  • HB2001: State and local buildings, certain; building standards.
  • HB2020: Nomination of candidates for elected offices; restrictions on nomination method selected.
  • HB2020: Nomination of candidates for elected offices; restrictions on nomination method selected.
  • HJ531: Interstate Medical Licensure Compact; Joint Com. on Health Care to study advisability of joining.
  • HJ543: National service; Department of Social Services to study ways to increase participation.
  • HJ545: Infertility treatment; Health Insurance Reform Commission to study mandating insurance coverage.
  • HJ762: Commending Clifton Presbyterian Church.
  • HJ762: Commending Clifton Presbyterian Church.
  • HJ763: Commending the Korean Central Presbyterian Church.
  • HJ763: Commending the Korean Central Presbyterian Church.
  • HJ764: Commending the Northern Virginia Therapeutic Riding Program.
  • HJ764: Commending the Northern Virginia Therapeutic Riding Program.
  • HR312: Commending the Virginia National Guard.
  • HR766: Celebrating the life of Raymond James Foder.
  • HR768: Commending Manna Bistro and Bakery.
  • HR769: Commending the Honorable Carlos Hopkins.
  • HR770: Commending Ciao Osteria.
  • HB216: Nomination of candidates for elected offices; primary election or partisan nomination process.
  • HB567: Indoor shooting ranges; prohibited in buildings not owned or leased by the Commonwealth.
  • HB568: Carrying or storing firearms in motor vehicles and vessels; exceptions, penalty.
  • HB569: Out-of-state concealed handgun permits; reciprocity.
  • HB776: Health insurance; coverage for fertility preservation procedures for cancer patients.
  • HB913: Higher educational institutions; sexual violence policies, immunity from disciplinary action.
  • HB1268: Constitutional amendment; personal property tax exemption for motor vehicle of a disable veteran.
  • HB1269: Veterans Services Foundation; board of trustees assisted by volunteers, etc.
  • HB1293: Shirley Gate Road; extension in Fairfax County, funding.
  • HB1295: Fossil fuel investments; tax on electric utilities.
  • HB1296: Motor vehicle title loans, payday loans, consumer finance loans, etc.; interest rate.
  • HB1297: State Corporation Commission; increases number of members.
  • HB1493: Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school resource officers.
  • HB1619: Income tax, state; subtraction for low-income military veterans with a service-connected disability.
  • HB1620: Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for employers of National Guard members.
  • HB1654: Schedule VI controlled substances and hypodermic syringes and needles; limited-use license.
  • HB5049: Law-enforcement agencies; acquisition and use of military property.
  • HB5050: Emergency Services and Disaster Law; powers and duties of Governor, purchase of PPE.
  • HJ103: Constitutional amendment; personal property tax exemption for motor vehicle of a disabled veteran.
  • HJ473: Celebrating the life of Mildred DeBell.
  • HR166: Commending Trummer's on Main.
  • HR167: Commending Justin Skule.
  • HR168: Commending the Battlefield High School boys' swim and dive team.
  • HR169: Commending the Battlefield High School girls' swim and dive team.
  • HR170: Commending Aatish Sethi and Saahas Gowda.