Del. Don Scott (D-Portsmouth)

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Party
Democratic
District
80: Cities of Chesapeake (part), Norfolk (part), and Portsmouth (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2020
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Labor and Commerce, Courts of Justice, Finance
Website
donscottportsmouth.com
Twitter
@votedonscott
Copatroning Habits
92% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 84% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 80% of them are Democrats.
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Bills Passed
0% in 2021

Bills

  • HB543: Correctional facilities, local, regional, and community; attorney visitation of clients.
  • HB549: Robbery; earned sentence credits.
  • HB551: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for medicine and drugs purchased by veterinarians.
  • HB561: Corporations and regulated business entities; not set out and obsolete sections of the Code.
  • HB562: Conservation and natural resources; sections not set out, technical revisions.
  • HB564: Portsmouth, City of; amending charter, recall of elective officers.
  • HB567: Toll Relief Program; eligibility.
  • HB570: Emergency Shelters Upgrade Assistance Grant Fund; funds to be paid to certain entities.
  • HB572: Child support obligations; party's incarceration not deemed voluntary unemployment/underemployment.
  • HB589: Income tax, state; motion picture production tax credit.
  • HB594: Magistrates; appointment and supervision.
  • HB597: Concealed handgun permits; change certain penalties.
  • HB1117: Portsmouth, City of; amending charter, various changes to process for recall of elective officers.
  • HB1118: Earned sentence credits; credits may be earned by any person committed to the custody of the DOC.
  • HB1229: Electronic toll collection device; notifications.
  • HB1242: Probation violations; periods of probation and suspension, technical violations.
  • HB1244: State Corporation Commission; electric vehicle charging infrastructure & rooftop solar energy, etc.
  • HJ170: Commending Costella B. Williams.
  • HB293: Police and court records; expungement of records.
  • HB294: Police and court records; expungement of records, misdemeanor convictions.
  • HB295: Probation; maximum term.
  • HB430: Parole; application of statutes.
  • HB1532: Corrections, Department of; earned sentence credits.
  • HB2038: Probation, revocation, and suspension of sentence; limitations on sentence, technical violation.
  • HB2038: Probation, revocation, and suspension of sentence; limitations on sentence, technical violation.
  • HB2055: Child support obligations; party's incarceration not deemed voluntary unemployment/underemployment.
  • HB2055: Child support obligations; party's incarceration not deemed voluntary unemployment/underemployment.
  • HB2056: Status offenders; willful and material violation of court order or terms of probation.
  • HB2056: Status offenders; willful and material violation of court order or terms of probation.
  • HB2167: Parole; notice and certification, monthly reports, discretionary early consideration.
  • HB2167: Parole; notice and certification, monthly reports, discretionary early consideration.
  • HB2168: Illegal gambling; skill games, enforcement by localities and Attorney General, civil penalty.
  • HB2168: Illegal gambling; skill games, enforcement by localities and Attorney General, civil penalty.
  • HB2259: Governor; issuance of licenses to persons denied by regulatory board.
  • HB2260: Vehicle registration fees; imposes an additional fee to be deposited into Public Safety Trust Fund.
  • HB293: Police and court records; expungement of records.
  • HB294: Police and court records; expungement of records, misdemeanor convictions.
  • HB295: Probation; maximum term.
  • HB391: Food stamps; eligibility, drug-related felonies.
  • HB428: Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming.
  • HB429: Toll facilities; free use by teachers, firefighters, and emergency medical services personnel.
  • HB430: Parole; application of statutes.
  • HB431: Geriatric prisoners; conditional release.
  • HB820: Court appearance of a person not free on bail; informed of right to counsel.
  • HB1252: Registered apprenticeship programs; prohibited discrimination.
  • HB1253: Virginia Defense Force; maximum age for recruitment.
  • HB1461: Appeal from bail, bond, or recognizance order; a court may stay the execution.
  • HB1462: Admission to bail; rebuttable presumptions against bail.
  • HB1532: Corrections, Department of; earned sentence credits.
  • HB1571: Elizabeth River Crossings; termination of contract with Department of Transportation.
  • HB5148: Earned sentence credits; 4.5 credits may be earned for each 30 days served on certain sentences.
  • HJ30: Geriatric parole; State Crime Commission to study the low use.
  • HJ41: Teacher salaries and benefits; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study.
  • HJ75: Commending Tyrone Hines.
  • HJ76: Commending Pat Hines.
  • HR624: Celebrating the life of Robyanna JaDawn Lemon.