Del. Eileen Filler-Corn (D-Fairfax Station)

Photo of Eileen Filler-Corn
Party
Democratic
District
41: County of Fairfax (part) [map]
Took Office
March 2010
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Commerce and Labor, Finance, Transportation
Website
eileenfillercorn.com
Twitter
@EFillerCorn
Copatroning Habits
68% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 69% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 55% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
16.7% in 2018
Recent Mentions in the Media

Virginia Connection Newspapers: Filler-Corn Honored at National Conference of State Legislators

August 15, 2019 | 8:08 pm
  #The National Conference of State Legislators (NCSL) Annual Conference is an opportunity for elected officials on both sides of the aisle from state legislatures ...

Blue Virginia: Video: In Richmond, Human Rights Campaign Holds Announces Major Investment in Virginia House and Senate Races

August 15, 2019 | 7:09 am
  See below as newly-installed Human Rights Campaign (HRC) President Alphonso David makes a special announcement regarding a major investment in the ...

Virginia Connection Newspapers: Opinion: Commentary: Del. Filler-Corn Statement on Medicaid Expansion Milestone

August 8, 2019 | 11:06 pm
  #Governor Northam announced that more than 300,000 Virginians are covered by Medicaid since the Commonwealth expanded access a year ago. This news ...

Washington Times: EDITORIAL: The Democratic Party yields to its anti-Trump partisanship

August 4, 2019 | 3:00 am
  It once was said that partisan differences ended at the water's edge. Jamestown, Virginia, the site of the first permanent English settlement in the Americas, ...

Richmond Free Press: Paradox of history: Enslaved commemoration

August 2, 2019 | 3:00 am
  Members of the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus gathered Tuesday morning at the site of the former Lumpkin's Jail in Shockoe Bottom, where enslaved people ...

These are all of the video clips of Eileen Filler-Corn’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2010. There are 53 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB2203: Child care providers; fingerprint-based criminal history background checks, repeal sunset, etc.
  • HB2204: Polling place procedures; full name and current residence address of voter.
  • HB2205: Family life education; consent.
  • HB2206: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain gun safes.
  • HB2207: Health insurance; coverage for contraceptives.
  • HB2281: Workers' compensation; occupation disease presumptions, PTSD.
  • HB2282: Issuance of temporary licenses; individuals engaged in counseling residency.
  • HB2454: Support person for minor victim; presence in courtroom.
  • HB2797: Handgun and assault firearm transfers; criminal history record checks, age requirement, penalty.
  • HJ675: DOE; experiential learning and workforce development opportunities in high-demand fields, report.
  • HJ676: Constitutional amendment; personal property tax exemption for motor vehicle of a disabled veteran.
  • HJ999: Commending Gerald L. Gordon, Ph.D.
  • HJ1022: Commending the West Springfield High School baseball team.
  • HJ1133: Commending American Jewish Committee Washington, D.C.
  • HB44: High school family life education curricula; law and meaning of consent.
  • HB45: Family life education curricula; personal privacy and personal boundaries.
  • HB171: Voter registration; extended time for new United States citizens to register.
  • HB172: Gun safes; establishes an exemption from retail sales tax.
  • HB173: Grand larceny and certain property crimes; increases threshold amount of money taken, etc., to $500.
  • HB174: Communication with individuals with certain disabilities; Dept. of CJS to establish protocol.
  • HB454: Higher educational institutions, public; governing boards, open educational resources.
  • HB455: Railroad right-of-way; allocation of funds for certain contract fees for access.
  • HB456: Health Professions, Department of; suspension of license, nonpayment of student loans.
  • HB457: ABLE savings trust agreements; elimination of Medicaid clawback.
  • HB458: CBD oil and THC-A oil; certification for use, dispensing.
  • HB459: Red salamander; designating as state salamander.
  • HB706: Grand larceny; increases threshold amount.
  • HB707: Firearms; allowing access to children, penalty.
  • HB708: Forward-facing child restraint devices; requirement for transporting children.
  • HB1076: Polling place procedures; full name and current residence address of voter.
  • HB1077: Driver education courses; DMV to allow licensed computer-based providers to offer tests virtually.
  • HB1083: Motor vehicle fuels sales tax; price floor.
  • HB1128: Child care providers; criminal history background check, repealing sunset provision.
  • HB1480: Child day programs; exemptions from licensure, removes certain programs from list.
  • HB1481: Health insurance; coverage for contraceptives.
  • HB1485: Truancy; procedures relating to intervention.
  • HJ17: SOL Innovation Committee; experiential learning & workforce development opportunities.
  • HJ165: Commending the 70th anniversary of the founding of the State of Israel.
  • HJ407: Commending the Burke Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department.
  • HJ412: Celebrating the life of Thelma Kouzes.
  • HJ431: Commending the W.T. Woodson High School boys' basketball team.
  • HJ444: Commending the Virginia Commission for the Arts.
  • HJ461: Commending the Lake Braddock Secondary School band.
  • HR100: Commending the 70th anniversary of the founding of the State of Israel.
  • HB473: Palliative Care Information and Education Program; established.
  • HB500: Child care providers; criminal history background checks.
  • HB1210: Gun safes; establishes an exemption from retail sales tax.
  • HB1704: Grand larceny and certain property crimes; increases threshold amount of money taken, etc.
  • HB1706: Law-enforcement immunity; storage of firearms.
  • HB1707: Tax credits, certain; elimination of state-level charitable contribution deductions.
  • HB1708: Standards of Accreditation; industry certification credentials obtained by high school students.
  • HB1709: School boards; policies and procedures prohibiting bullying, parental notification.
  • HB1710: Gun safes; establishes an exemption from retail sales tax.
  • HB2257: High school family life education curricula; effective and evidence-based programs on consent.
  • HB2258: Suicide; task force to raise public awareness, etc.
  • HB2259: Child day programs; certain programs exempted from licensure.
  • HB2266: Retail establishments and restaurants; posting of signs relating to firearms policy.
  • HB2267: Health benefit plans; coverage for hormonal contraceptives.
  • HB2404: PANDAS and PANS; created, report.
  • HB2405: Voter registration; extended time for new citizens to register to vote.
  • HB2406: Family life education curricula; instruction shall include personal privacy and personal boundaries.
  • HJ612: Missing Persons Day.
  • HJ678: Study; directing the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study teaching profession.
  • HJ679: Study; Joint Committee to Study the Future of Public Elementary and Secondary Education.
  • HJ680: Joint subcommittee to study issues related to family caregiving and long-term care supports, etc.
  • HJ712: Supporting legislation regarding the Equal Rights Amendment.
  • HJ851: Celebrating the life of Elie Wiesel.
  • HJ1042: Commending Burke Centre Conservancy.
  • HJ1046: Commending the Virginia Commission for the Arts.
  • HJ1047: Commending Cherry Run Elementary School.
  • HJ1053: Commending the Mantua Citizens' Association.
  • HJ1066: Commending Robinson Secondary School wrestling team.
  • HB473: Palliative Care Information and Education Program; established.
  • HB474: Child-care providers; criminal history background checks.
  • HB475: Students who have been treated for pediatric cancer; return to learn protocol.
  • HB500: Child care providers; criminal history background checks.
  • HB505: Consumer-directed personal care services; allows parent to be reimbursed for providing
  • HB655: Sexual assault; physical evidence recovery kits collection by Department of State Police, etc.
  • HB658: Protective orders; possession of firearms; penalty.
  • HB659: High school family life education curriculum; programs on prevention of dating violence, etc.
  • HB660: Qualified equity and subordinated debt investments tax credit.
  • HB661: Outdoor advertising; fee schedule established by Commonwealth Transportation Board.
  • HB662: Higher Education for Virginia, State Council of; open educational resources.
  • HB1092: Charitable Gaming Board; powers and duties.
  • HB1100: Research and development expenses tax credits.
  • HB1102: Trauma-informed sexual assault investigation; DCJS to establish.
  • HB1103: ABLE savings trust accounts; exclusion from determination of state means-tested assistance, etc.
  • HB1210: Gun safes; establishes an exemption from retail sales tax.
  • HB1342: Immunizations; requirements related to administration of vaccinations.
  • HJ336: Year of Shakespeare; designating as 2016.
  • HJ396: Commending the Robinson Secondary School girls' lacrosse team.
  • HJ412: Commending Kjell Lindgren.
  • HJ413: Commending the 2015 World Police and Fire Games.
  • HJ414: Commending the Lake Braddock Secondary School coed cross country team.
  • HJ448: Commending West Springfield High School.
  • HJ523: Commending W. T. Woodson High School.
  • HJ524: Commending the W. T. Woodson High School Deaf Academic Bowl team.
  • HR69: Commending West Springfield High School.
  • HR70: Commending the Robinson Secondary School girls' lacrosse team.
  • HB1327: Elections; assistance for certain voters.
  • HB1343: Campus police departments; sexual assault reporting.
  • HB1413: Hospital discharge procedures; designation of individual to receive information and instructions.
  • HB1421: Workforce development; duties of the Chief Workforce Development Advisor.
  • HB1552: Child welfare agencies; regulation, national criminal history record check requirement.
  • HB1668: Public schools; Standards of Learning tests.
  • HB2038: Commercial motor carriers; amends several commercial drivers' licensing laws.
  • HB2041: Open Education Resources Innovation Council; established, report.
  • HB2042: Mobile food vending businesses; regulations to permit on state highway rights-of-way, exception.
  • HB2044: Income tax, state; subtraction for long-term capital gains.
  • HB2045: Protective orders; possession of firearms; penalty.
  • HB2046: Family day homes; licensure by Department of Social Services.
  • HB2047: Income tax refunds; voluntary contributions to Federation of Virginia Food Banks.
  • HB2305: Community services boards and behavioral health authorities; coordination of services for veterans.
  • HB2306: ABLE savings trust accounts; established, administered by the Virginia College Savings Plan.
  • HJ870: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Richard B. Martin.
  • HJ875: Commending Mary B. Agee.
  • HJ879: Commending Robert Frost Middle School.
  • HR261: Celebrating the life of Stephen E. Beck, Jr.
  • HB543: Security freezes; protected consumers, penalties.
  • HB544: Higher educational institutions; violence prevention committee policies and procedures.
  • HB545: Elections; hours polls to be open.
  • HB546: Abortion; optional ultrasound.
  • HB547: Ultrasound prior to abortion; physician civil penalty.
  • HB548: Standards of Learning tests; expedited retake.
  • HB549: Virginia Public Procurement Act; transportation construction services.
  • HB550: Condominium & Property Owners' Association Acts; notice for requests to examine association records.
  • HB551: Wills of living persons; safekeeping with certain clerks of circuit courts.
  • HB552: Child welfare agencies; criminal history background checks requirement established.
  • HB948: VA Public Procurement Act; competitive negotiation, limitation of certain term contracts, exception.
  • HB957: Transportation commission membership; extends effective date of provisions to July 1, 2015.
  • HB1096: Student-athletes; Board of Education shall amend its guidelines for policies on concussions.
  • HB1245: Firearms; purchase or transportation by persons convicted of certain drug offenses.
  • HB1246: Concealed handgun permits; proof of competence.
  • HB1247: Spouses of military service members; reduces application review period for temporary licenses.
  • HJ425: Commending the Robinson Secondary School wrestling team.
  • HJ454: Commending Congregation Olam Tikvah.
  • HJ5116: Celebrating the life of Mary Anne Reiley.
  • HR130: Celebrating the life of First Lieutenant Robert Joseph Hess.
  • HR169: Commending the W. T. Woodson High School boys' basketball team.
  • HR170: Commending the West Springfield High School drama team.
  • HR179: Celebrating the life of William E. Albers.
  • HR180: Commending the Robinson Secondary School boys' swim and dive team.
  • HR181: Commending Antioch Baptist Church.
  • HB697: Higher educational institutions; mental health policies.
  • HB705: Health insurance; diagnostic procedures resulting from preventive care or screening.
  • HB707: Funeral protests; penalty.
  • HB1155: Income tax, state; taxation of trusts established for disabled individuals.
  • HB1774: Elections; extension of polling hours from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
  • HB1775: Abortion; optional ultrasound.
  • HB1776: Abortion; no physician shall be subject to civil penalty for failure to perform or supervise.
  • HB1777: Virginia Open Education Resources Council; established.
  • HB1778: Mammography; provider must notify patient about dense breast tissue.
  • HB1779: Tolling transponder fees; prohibits imposition of monthly fee for any month.
  • HB1781: Elderly or incapacitated adults; financial exploitation, penalties.
  • HB1782: Concussions in student-athletes; Board of Education guidelines on policies.
  • HB2024: Health insurance; diagnostic procedures resulting from preventive care or screening.
  • HB2041: Access roads and bikeways; authorizes Board to establish guidelines for use of rec. access funds.
  • HB2199: Standards of Learning; Board of Education to promulgate regulations.
  • HB2201: Public school buildings; carbon monoxide detectors.
  • HB2297: Railroad right-of-way access; allocation of funds.
  • HJ844: Commending the State of Israel.
  • HR172: Commending W. T. Woodson High School.
  • HR173: Commending Megan Beatty Gaeta.
  • HR174: Commending the Lake Braddock High School baseball team.
  • HR175: Commending the Lake Braddock High School girls' cross country team.
  • HR208: Celebrating the life of Dawn Lawson.
  • HR209: Commending the Lake Braddock Secondary School Counseling Services.
  • HR231: Commending the West Springfield High School drama team.
  • HB696: Virtual programs; state funding.
  • HB697: Higher educational institutions; mental health policies.
  • HB698: Budget; conference report to be posted on Internet.
  • HB699: Highway maintenance funds; allocation of funds.
  • HB700: Crimes against incapacitated or elder adults; penalty.
  • HB701: Campus police; report of certain incidents to local law-enforcement agency.
  • HB702: Health insurance; credits provided for retired school division employees.
  • HB703: Higher educational institutions; policies related to student nonpayment to be established.
  • HB704: Death of child; parent, guardian, etc., failure to report to local law-enforcement agency, etc.
  • HB705: Health insurance; diagnostic procedures resulting from preventive care or screening.
  • HB706: Pedestrians; requires vehicle drivers to stop at marked crosswalks, etc.
  • HB707: Funeral protests; penalty.
  • HB1155: Income tax, state; taxation of trusts established for disabled individuals.
  • HJ106: National Women's History Museum; supports creation thereof on National Mall in Washington, D.C.
  • HJ107: Hold Out for Hunger Day; designating as April 14, 2012, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ190: Commending the West Springfield High School Dance Team.
  • HJ275: Commending W.T. Woodson High School.
  • HR11: Celebrating the life of Cathy Belter.
  • HR38: Commending Temple Rodef Shalom.
  • HR594: Commending Gesher Jewish Day School.
  • HB1876: Protective orders; expands class of persons who may be issued order from victims of stalking, etc.
  • HB1877: Immunity of officers, etc., of nonprofit organizations; termination, etc., of corporation.
  • HB1878: Marijuana, synthetic; penalties for possession, intent to sell, distribute, etc.
  • HB1879: School zones; designation of zones in unincorporated planned residential communities.
  • HB1880: Disabled individuals; taxation of trusts established therefor.
  • HB1881: Composite index of local ability to pay; cap.
  • HB1882: Public Procurement Act; use of best value contracting by localities.
  • HB1883: Crimes against incapacitated or elder adults; penalty.
  • HB1884: Highway maintenance funds; requires CTB to allocate funds on basis of achieving level of disparity.
  • HB2430: Family and Medical Leave Act; allows employees to take leave under certain circumstances.
  • HJ607: Commending Rabbi Bruce Aft.
  • HJ641: Full-day kindergarten program; subcommittee to study efficacy & appropriateness of requiring.
  • HJ657: Commending Eileen and Larry Kugler.
  • HJ683: Osteoporosis Awareness Day; designating as May 10, 2011, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ753: Commending Lucille Liechty.
  • HJ846: Commending White Oaks Elementary School.
  • HJ847: Commending Lake Braddock Secondary School on the occasion of its 40th anniversary.
  • HJ491: Commending Mark Kane.
  • HJ492: Commending the Robinson High School girls' swim team.