Senator Emmett Hanger (R-Mount Solon)

Photo of Emmett Hanger
Party
Republican
District
24: Rockingham County (Part), Augusta County (All), Greene County (All), Staunton City (All), Waynesboro City (All), Madison County (All), Culpeper County (Part) [map]
Took Office
January 1996
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources, Finance, Local Government
Website
emmetthanger.com
Copatroning Habits
70% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 54% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 58% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
20.7% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Virginia Connection Newspapers: Commentary: Progress on Mental Health

February 22, 2017
SB1005, legislation sponsored by Sen. Emmett Hanger (R-Augusta) and Senator Deeds would increase required mental health services offered by Community Service Boards (CSBs) and behavioral health authorities. The bill will expand the core services of ...

WVTF: State Democrats Cry Foul at Republican Tactics, But Were They Any Different?

February 21, 2017
Republican Senator Emmett Hanger came to the House as a freshman in 1984, a time when the Democrats in charge of the House were still quite conservative. ?On most issues, there was somewhat of a coalition of Republicans and conservative rural ...and more »

The Daily Progress: Tax, revenue options need reform, Hanger says

January 29, 2017
WAYNESBORO ? Sen. Emmett Hanger sees the fiscal stress Virginia cities and counties face up close. eliminating a machine and tools tax. The senator said the two-year study he is proposing would answer many questions in a thorough way. ?We would ...and more »

Augusta Free Press: Redistricting reform dies in House committee

February 18, 2017
?This fundamental issue of the franchise should not be decided by twenty-two people sitting on a committee. We renew our call to Speaker Howell for a full floor vote.? SJ 231, sponsored by Sen. Emmett Hanger and Sen. Glen Sturtevant, would have created ...and more »

Fauquier Now: Va. Republicans divided about redistricting reform

February 14, 2017
SJ 231, proposed by Sen. Emmett Hanger, R-Augusta, would establish a seven-member bipartisan commission composed of both party leaders and independent public officials to redraw congressional and General Assembly district boundaries after each ...and more »

These are all of the video clips of Emmett Hanger’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since 2009. There are 275 video clips in all.

Bills

  • SB60: Commonwealth of Virginia Transform I-66 Corridor Outside the Beltway Bond Act of 2016; created.
  • SB232: Capital outlay plan; revises six-year plan for projects.
  • SB486: Land preservation tax credits; certain donations of land.
  • SB487: Prescription drug price transparency.
  • SB786: Charter; Town of Grottoes.
  • SB804: Retail Sales and Use Tax; media-related exemptions.
  • SB856: Cats and dogs; authorizes local government to provide for lifetime licenses.
  • SB859: Spousal support; termination upon payor's retirement.
  • SB962: Sales and use tax; nexus for out-of-state businesses.
  • SB963: Land preservation tax credit; per taxpayer limitation.
  • SB964: Running bamboo; cutting by localities; ordinance prohibiting spread; designation of certain plants.
  • SB965: State and Local Government Conflict of Interests Act; prohibited contracts.
  • SB976: Va Economic Development Partnership Authority; site and building assessment program.
  • SB977: Commonwealth's tax code; conformity with federal law; emergency.
  • SB1005: Community services boards and behavioral health authorities; services to be provided, report.
  • SB1006: Commitment hearings; sharing of records and information.
  • SB1007: Study; Dept of Behavioral Health and Medical Assist Serv. Involuntary Mental Commitment Fund.
  • SB1008: Criminal history records checks; barrier crimes.
  • SB1040: FOIA; record exclusion for personal contact information, definition.
  • SB1045: Capital outlay plan.
  • SB1048: Death certificate; amendments other than correction of information.
  • SB1238: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; Chief Executive Officer; powers and duties.
  • SB1239: Child day programs; exemptions from licensure, certification of preschool or nursery school program.
  • SB1483: Cooperative Marketing Fund; programs eligible for matching grant funds.
  • SB1484: Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure of information to certain physicians or pharmacists.
  • SB1538: Virginia Public Procurement Act; participation of employment services organizations.
  • SB1576: Worker retraining and telework expenses; extends sunset date for tax credits.
  • SJ119: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established.
  • SJ231: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission, criteria to redraw certain districts.
  • SJ232: United States Constitution; application for a convention of states, balancing the federal budget.
  • SJ239: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Otho Beverley Roller.
  • SJ251: National Suicide Prevention Week.
  • SJ257: Study;Jt Comm on Health Care to study options for increasing the use of telemental health services.
  • SJ263: Encouraging the Governor and all agencies of the Commonwealth to recognize best practices.
  • SJ264: Commending Nancy Garrett Witt, M.D.
  • SJ268: National Hunting and Fishing Day.
  • SJ272: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications to vote; restoration of civil rights.
  • SJ278: Study; local government fiscal stress; report.
  • SJ314: Commending Michael Lester Lipford.
  • SJ324: Commending the Virginia Health Care Foundation.
  • SJ336: Commending the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
  • SJ350: Commending William G. O'Brien.
  • SJ362: Commending the Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind goalball team.
  • SJ363: Commending Rebecca L. Covey.
  • SR101: Commending Trauma-Informed Community Networks.
  • SB60: Commonwealth of Virginia Transform I-66 Corridor Outside the Beltway Bond Act of 2016; created.
  • SB61: Commonwealth of Virginia Institutions of Higher Education Bond Act of 2016; created.
  • SB225: Autism Advisory Council; extends sunset provision.
  • SB232: Capital outlay plan; revises six-year plan for projects.
  • SB292: Sediment reduction credits.
  • SB308: Vacancies in constitutional offices; petition to circuit court to request no special elections.
  • SB309: Annexation; extends current moratorium on city annexations and county immunity actions.
  • SB385: Foster and adoptive parents; criminal conviction waiver process.
  • SB443: Nutrient credit certification; regulations to establish timeline for consideration of applications.
  • SB444: Sales and use tax; refunds.
  • SB486: Land preservation tax credits; certain donations of land.
  • SB487: Prescription drug price transparency.
  • SB491: Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure of certain information.
  • SB545: Commonwealth's tax code; conformity with federal law; emergency.
  • SB673: Virginia Erosion and Stormwater Management Act; consolidation of programs, opt-out for locations.
  • SB708: State and Local Government Conflict of Interest Act; prohibited contracts; exceptions.
  • SB713: Concealed Carry Reciprocity Advisory Commission; established, report.
  • SB731: Capital outlay funding; issuance of bonds by VPBA & VCBA for certain projects & programs.
  • SB732: Assisted living facilities; no facility shall be required to provide or allow hospice care.
  • SJ41: Commending the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce.
  • SJ42: United States Constitution; amendment concerning federal budget.
  • SJ46: Celebrating the life of William T. Bear II.
  • SJ63: Child day programs; Department of Social Services to study programs exempt from licensure.
  • SJ66: Commending Joseph J. Fray.
  • SJ67: Commending John T. Fray.
  • SJ118: Commending Mary Baldwin College.
  • SJ119: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established.
  • SJ131: Commending Virginia State Parks.
  • SJ174: Commending Merck's Elkton plant.
  • SB428: Personal property tax; localities authorized to tax telephone and telegraph companies.
  • SB635: Epinephrine; possession and administration.
  • SB1036: Dependents of active duty military members; DMAS shall amend waiver eligibility criteria.
  • SB1037: Green job creation tax credit; sunset.
  • SB1038: Investment in research and technology; changes to CRCF, adding federal research facility.
  • SB1039: Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center; name change.
  • SB1040: License tax; businesses ceasing operations.
  • SB1041: Community policy and management teams; policies governing referrals and reviews.
  • SB1045: Autism spectrum disorder; Board of Medicine shall post information available on website.
  • SB1046: Benefits consortium; formation of a not-for-profit consortium by localities.
  • SB1047: Stormwater utility fees; municipal separate storm sewer permits.
  • SB1052: Developmental disabilities; definition.
  • SB1054: Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families, State Executive Council for; regulations.
  • SB1055: Child welfare agencies; background checks, barrier crimes.
  • SB1126: Resource management plans; discussion or consideration of personal information in closed meetings.
  • SB1127: Tangible personal property; miscellaneous and incidental property.
  • SB1166: Public service corporations; access to public records.
  • SB1167: Epinephrine auto-injectors; possession and administration by certain individuals.
  • SB1168: Family day homes and child day centers; local government to report business licenses issued.
  • SB1169: Natural gas companies; right to enter upon property.
  • SB1284: Watershed Implementation Plans (WIPs); replacement of tributary strategies.
  • SB1338: Natural gas companies; right of entry upon property.
  • SB1376: State park master plans; update schedule.
  • SB1377: State-owned communication towers; charges for use.
  • SB1434: Dead bodies; disposition, identification of decedent.
  • SJ249: Celebrating the life of Dennis Owen Burnett.
  • SJ250: Celebrating the life of Dee E. Floyd.
  • SJ251: Celebrating the life of Roy Thomas Stephenson.
  • SJ252: United States Congress; application to call a convention to amend the U.S. Constitution.
  • SJ253: Commending John Otho Marsh, III, M.D.
  • SJ268: Medicaid; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study.
  • SJ282: Sex Offender Registry; Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security to study effectiveness.
  • SJ311: Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award.
  • SJ354: Commending the Archeological Society of Virginia.
  • SJ362: Commending Elaine K. Echols.
  • SB412: Medicaid program independent contractors; deferred compensation plan.
  • SB413: Wildlife; persons permitted or authorized by DGIF may provide care.
  • SB414: Chesapeake Bay; voluntary tax contributions for restoration, report.
  • SB415: Autism Advisory Council; extends sunset provision to July 1, 2016.
  • SB416: Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan; eligibility for assistance.
  • SB417: Social services, local boards of; authority to employ in-house counsel.
  • SB418: Real and personal property taxes; exemption for solar energy equipment, facilities, or devices.
  • SB419: Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; Expected Family Contribution.
  • SB420: Virginia Retirement System; impact statements.
  • SB423: Stormwater management programs; State Water Control Board to establish procedures and regulations.
  • SB424: Temporary detention; time during which a person may be held, 72 hours notice to leave facility.
  • SB425: Stormwater management programs; clarifies appeals process for persons subject to permit requirement.
  • SB426: State Executive Council for Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families; regulations.
  • SB427: Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; employment services organizations.
  • SB428: Personal property tax; localities authorized to tax telephone and telegraph companies.
  • SB429: Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; amount of grant.
  • SB497: A-to-F grading system; delays date for implementing individual school performance grading system.
  • SB499: Opportunity Educational Institution; delays transfer of supervision of certain public schools.
  • SB530: Stormwater Management Program; delays implementation by local governments.
  • SB635: Epinephrine; possession and administration.
  • SB636: Standards of Learning; Board of Education to review assessments.
  • SB639: Child care; Department of Social Services to plan for national background checks for providers.
  • SB5004: Medicaid Innovation and Reform Commission; expands list of reforms to State Plan for assistance.
  • SJ62: Commending the Staunton-Augusta County First Aid and Rescue Squad, Inc.
  • SJ63: Virginia Bobwhite quail; DGIF to review ways to preserve population.
  • SJ71: U.S. Constitution; General Assembly applies to Congress of U.S. to call convention to amend.
  • SJ103: Celebrating the life of Dr. David H. Holt.
  • SJ113: Commending the Virginia Environmental Professionals' Organization.
  • SJ114: Commending the Augusta County Historical Society.
  • SJ123: Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award.
  • SJ148: Commemorating the 100th anniversary of President Thomas Woodrow Wilson's Mother's Day proclamation.
  • SJ156: Commending Mac Wiseman.
  • SJ178: Commending the City of Staunton.
  • SB399: Deaf and hard-of-hearing children; special education.
  • SB402: Nutrient Offset Fund; priority for funding for certain facilities.
  • SB403: Land preservation tax credit; increased for working farmers.
  • SB410: Wetlands and streams; water protection permits, conditions for contribution to Board-approved fund.
  • SB671: Retail sales and transient occupancy taxes; taxes on room rentals based upon charges for use, etc.
  • SB708: Assisted living facilities; self-administration of medications by residents.
  • SB709: Concession stands at youth athletic activities; exempt from regulations applicable to restaurants.
  • SB710: Local taxes; interest on refunds and delinquent taxes, report.
  • SB1091: Risk management plan; local participation.
  • SB1092: Cigarette taxes; certain bond or irrevocable letter of credit requirements.
  • SB1093: Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death Act; creation of a transfer on death deed.
  • SB1094: Retail sales and transient occupancy taxes; taxes on room rentals based upon charges for use, etc.
  • SB1095: Wastewater treatment facilities; grant to Cities of Lynchburg and Richmond for CSO control projects.
  • SB1096: Public schools; adjustment of calculation of local composite index for funding.
  • SB1097: Deaf or hard-of-hearing children; special education.
  • SB1098: Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; Expected Family Contribution.
  • SB1106: Fishing licenses; MRC may revoke privileges to fish within State's tidal waters, etc.
  • SB1108: Potomac River Compact; changes penalty for illegal fishing in Potomac River jurisdiction of court.
  • SB1110: Oyster inspection tax; authorizes Potomac River Fisheries Commission to impose, use of proceeds.
  • SB1192: State Police, Department of; reimbursement of expenses.
  • SB1193: Alcoholic beverage control; renewal of licenses, payment of license tax and civil penalty.
  • SB1257: Virginia's Future, Council on; extends sunset provision.
  • SB1279: Water quality; transfer of responsibility for administration of programs.
  • SB1309: Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board; powers and duties.
  • SB1310: Social Services, Commissioner of; submission of financial information by applicant, licensure.
  • SJ268: Commending the Brain Injury Association of Virginia.
  • SJ318: Local and state government; joint subcommittee to study service responsibility and tax authority.
  • SJ380: Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award.
  • SJ418: Commending the Madison County Rescue Squad.
  • SJ421: Commending the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Education Facilities.
  • SB393: Media-related tax exemptions; extends sunset provision until 2017.
  • SB394: Cigarette tax stamps, local; same technology used or required by State.
  • SB395: Woodrow Wilson's Presidency, Virginia Commission on the Centennial of; extends date for funding.
  • SB396: Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families, State Executive Council for; membership.
  • SB397: Electric vehicles; exempts qualified plug-in electric on-road vehicles from emissions inspections.
  • SB398: Alcoholic beverage control; outdoor advertising regulations, etc.
  • SB399: Deaf or hard-of-hearing children; special education.
  • SB400: Two-Year Transfer Grant Program; Expected Family Contribution.
  • SB401: Taxes, local; interest on refunds and delinquent taxes.
  • SB402: Nutrient Offset Fund; priority for funding for certain facilities.
  • SB403: Land preservation tax credit; increased for working farmers.
  • SB404: Riparian Forest Grant Program; created, sunset date for riparian forest tax credit.
  • SB405: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; increases membership of board of directors.
  • SB406: Alcoholic beverages; unlawful possession.
  • SB407: Erosion & Sediment Control, Stormwater, & Chesapeake Bay Preservation Acts; integration of programs.
  • SB408: Alcoholic beverage control; outdoor advertising.
  • SB409: Recordation tax; eliminates exemption for deeds of trust securing a refinanced obligation.
  • SB410: Wetlands and streams; water protection permits, conditions for contribution to Board-approved fund.
  • SB523: Minority Business Enterprise, Department of; certification of employment services organizations.
  • SB559: State forest lands; special use permits.
  • SB599: Virginia College Savings Plan; JLARC to oversee and evaluate, report.
  • SB600: Senate Districts; technical adjustment in boundaries in Culpeper County.
  • SB671: Retail sales and transient occupancy taxes; taxes on room rentals based upon charges for use, etc.
  • SJ104: Commending MillerCoors.
  • SJ126: Commending Dr. Linwood H. Rose.
  • SJ127: Employment First practices; SHHR, et al., to adopt, etc., in providing service to certain persons.
  • SJ128: Commending Staunton Steam Laundry.
  • SJ138: Commending Jennifer Ruley.
  • SJ210: Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act.
  • SB332: Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind; VITA exemption.
  • SB336: Community services boards; access to medication assisted treatment.
  • SB337: Community services boards; providing information about substance abuse services.
  • SB340: Retail Sales and Use Tax Act; conforms State to provisions of Streamlined Sales & Use Tax Agreement.
  • SB343: Fuels taxes; annually adjusted.
  • SB344: Voltage regulation technologies; electric utilities to recover costs and earn 15 percent rate.
  • SB678: Income tax; credit for electric energy facility producing electricity from livestock waste nutrient.
  • SB1079: Cattle Industry Board; name change to Beef Industry Council.
  • SB1080: Virginia Condominium Act; limitation of future sales as smoke-free units.
  • SB1081: Charter; Town of Dayton.
  • SB1082: Marijuana, synthetic; added to Schedule I, penalty for possession.
  • SB1083: ABC; exemption from payment of tax on wine and alcoholic beverages shipped out of state.
  • SB1084: Concealed handgun permittee information; prohibits clerk of court from disclosing information.
  • SB1085: Cigarette tax; Tax Commissioner shall convene a working group to review current policies, report.
  • SB1086: Motor vehicle sales and use tax; exemption to include certain four-wheel plug-in electric vehicles.
  • SB1087: Land preservation tax credits; requires use of licensed transfer agent to transfer to taxpayer.
  • SB1088: Land preservation tax credits; refunded by the Tax Commissioner.
  • SB1089: Psychological tests; court may, upon motion, seal test received in evidence.
  • SB1090: Virginia-grown food products; purchase by state agencies and institutions, etc.
  • SB1091: Protective orders; expands class of persons who may be issued order from victims of stalking, etc.
  • SB1092: Agricultural and Forestal Districts Act; creates program administrator, review of applications.
  • SB1093: Assisted living facilities; may continue to operate with an acting administrator.
  • SB1094: Youth health risk survey; Department of Health to develop and notify parents of students selected.
  • SB1095: Schedule II, etc., controlled substances; prescriber to request information about patient.
  • SB1096: Pharmacies; shall have access to Prescription Monitoring Program.
  • SB1097: Continuing education for prescriber; completion of certain coursework for renewal, etc., of license.
  • SB1098: ABC; public warning regarding alcohol consumption during pregnancy.
  • SB1099: Stormwater nonpoint nutrient offsets; establish priorities to be used by permit issuing authorities.
  • SB1100: Nutrient Offset Fund; created.
  • SB1101: Income tax, state & corporate; tax credit for using livestock waste nutrient to produce electricity.
  • SB1102: Point source nutrient trading; shall not be subject to a two-for-one trading ratio.
  • SB1103: Forensic Science, Department of; powers and duties.
  • SB1104: Open-space land; expands definition.
  • SB1105: Virginia Farmland Preservation Fund; created.
  • SB1106: Centralized fleet; Department of General Services, et al., to promulgate minimum mileage standards.
  • SB1107: Public Procurement Act; increases small purchases exemption.
  • SB1108: Home food inspections; exempts private home whose resident processes honey produced from hives.
  • SB1109: Inmate labor; authorizes use thereof at rest areas along Interstate Highway System.
  • SB1427: Water reuse; Secretary of Natural Resources to develop guidelines that include criteria & incentive.
  • SB1454: General fund revenues; assignment of year-end surplus to Revenue Stabilization Fund.
  • SB1455: Amusement Device Act; excludes snow tubing parks, etc., from definition of amusement device, etc.
  • SB1456: Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board; requires owners of dams to submit annual certifications.
  • SB1457: Alcoholic beverage control; prorated license fees for act of God.
  • SB1470: Sexually violent predators; conditional release of those civilly committed.
  • SJ347: Commending Linda Huntley.
  • SJ348: Sex offender registry; Virginia State Crime Commission to study requirements.
  • SJ349: Death deeds; Virginia Bar Association to study merits of legislation authorizing transfer.
  • SJ350: Joint Subcommittee to Study Strategies and Models for Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment.
  • SJ448: Celebrating the life of the Honorable George Moffett Cochran.
  • SJ449: Celebrating the life of Richard DeForest Robertson.
  • SJ502: Commending the Staunton Augusta Art Center.
  • SR31: Commending the Virginia State Bars Diversity Conference.
  • SB332: School for Deaf and Blind; VITA exemption.
  • SB333: School for Deaf and Blind; allows children from birth through age 21 to be eligible for services.
  • SB334: Concealed handguns; prohibits person who carries into restaurant from consuming alcoholic beverage.
  • SB335: Group life insurance; permits state retiree to make irrevocable beneficiary designation for funeral.
  • SB336: Community services boards; access to medication assisted treatment.
  • SB337: Community services boards; providing information about substance abuse services.
  • SB338: Assisted living facility; considered occupancy by single family if no more than 8 persons reside.
  • SB339: Adult facilities; interviews with residents of facilities seeking licensure by DSS.
  • SB340: Retail Sales and Use Tax Act; conforms State to provisions of Streamlined Sales & Use Tax Agreement.
  • SB341: Land preservation tax credit; DCR to provide estimate of land used for production agriculture, etc.
  • SB342: Transient occupancy tax; any county may levy tax on single-family residences.
  • SB343: Fuels taxes; annually adjusted.
  • SB344: Voltage regulation technologies; electric utilities to recover costs and earn 15 percent rate.
  • SB345: Oyster restoration projects; authorizes Resources Authority to finance.
  • SB346: Land conservation practices; information management.
  • SB347: Center for Rural Virginia; expansion and promotion of agricultural opportunities, report.
  • SB348: Farm businesses; local restrictions.
  • SB349: Virginia National Guard, State Defense Force, or naval militia; reemployment rights of members.
  • SB350: Centennial of Woodrow Wilson's Presidency, Virginia Commission on; established.
  • SB623: Income tax, corporate and individual; green job tax credit.
  • SB660: Retail Sales and Use Tax; requires dealer to register if sufficient business activity within State.
  • SB661: Land preservation tax credit; verification of conservation value of certain donations.
  • SB662: Short-term rental property; local government to exempt person engaged in rental business.
  • SB677: Stormwater management regulations; extends effective date that establishes local program criteria.
  • SB678: Income tax; credit for electric energy facility producing electricity from livestock waste nutrient.
  • SB679: Restorative justice programs; established for offenders and victims.
  • SB708: Nutrient Offset Fund; established.
  • SJ73: Strategy & Model for Substance Abuse Prevention & Treatment, Joint Subcommittee Studying; continued.
  • SJ74: Substance abuse treatment services; Bureau of Insurance of SCC to collect data, etc., on, report.
  • SJ75: Prescription Monitoring Program; DHP to collect data about utilization by prescribers & dispensers.
  • SJ76: Commending Vector Industries, Inc., on the occasion of its 40th anniversary.
  • SJ77: Commending the Virginia Resources Authority on the occasion of its 25th anniversary.
  • SJ78: Celebrating the life of William Michaux Sydnor, Sr.
  • SJ177: Celebrating the life of Earl Eugene Meese.
  • SJ182: Commending the 29th Infantry Division of the Virginia-Maryland-District of Columbia National Guard.
  • SJ209: Commending the City of Waynesboro, the City of Staunton, and the County of Augusta for their success
  • SB470: Natural resources; provides annual funding therefor.
  • SB471: Short-term real property rental businesses; taxations applied.
  • SB474: Sheltered workshop; Department of Minority Business Enterprises to establish certification program.
  • SB475: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing symbols, etc. of business entities.
  • SB492: Vital Records, Office of, et al.; development of alternative verification system.
  • SB743: Group life insurance; permits retiree to make beneficiary designation to purchase funeral services.
  • SB744: Land preservation tax credit; establishes process where properties are registered with Dept. of Tax.
  • SB1022: Wastewater treatment plants; State Water Control Board to accept petitions relating therto.
  • SB1023: Resident verification system; Dept. of Health's Office of Vital Records, etc. to develop a plan.
  • SB1024: Open-Space Lands Preservation Trust Fund; removes requirement to have additional local coholder.
  • SB1025: Transient occupancy tax; authorizes Greene County to impose.
  • SB1026: Nonprofit corporation; authorizes Foundation for Natural Resources to establish.
  • SB1027: Vehicle safety inspections; exemptions for certain commercial motor vehicles, trailers, etc.
  • SB1028: Adult neglect; religious treatment exemption.
  • SB1029: Transient occupancy tax; any county ordinance may levy on single-family residences rented out.
  • SB1030: Commonwealth Law-Enforcement Mutual Aid Agreement; established.
  • SB1031: Real estate brokers; exempt license requirement in certain circumstances.
  • SB1032: Medication aide training programs; requirements therefor .
  • SB1033: Licensed farm wineries; restrictions on activities.
  • SB1034: Law-enforcement officers; deemed consent.
  • SB1035: Concealed handguns; prohibited in restaurants, etc when consuming alcohol.
  • SB1036: Rappahannock River Basin Commission; membership.
  • SB1037: Tuition, in-state; denied to illegal aliens.
  • SB1038: Qualified voter; definition of residence.
  • SB1039: Environmental laboratory certification & inspection; Consolidated Lab. to enter into memorandum.
  • SB1040: No Child Left Behind Act; prohibits Board of Education from complying with any provisions unfunded.
  • SB1041: Fuels taxes; annually adjusted.
  • SB1042: Transfer on Death Real Property Act; created.
  • SB1043: Roll-back taxes; locality to assess and collect for up to 15 years under value assessment program.
  • SB1179: State Executive Council; increases membership and establishes term limits.
  • SB1180: State Executive Council for Comprehensive Services; powers and duties.
  • SB1181: Office of Comprehensive Services; report expenditures on children receiving pool-funded services.
  • SB1182: Office of Comprehensive Services; report cost of services for at-risk and troubled children.
  • SB1183: Office of Comprehensive Services; develop coordinator job description.
  • SB1184: Office of Comprehensive Services; guidelines for multidisciplinary teams.
  • SB1185: Retail Sales and Use Tax Act; conforms State's sales and use tax laws to provisions.
  • SB1186: Biofuels Production Incentive Grant Program; producer of non-advanced neat biofuels may receive.
  • SB1356: Reassessments; Augusta County to elect its board of supervisors to conduct at 5 or 6-year intervals.
  • SB1357: Clean fuel vehicle job creation tax credit; adds advanced biofuels.
  • SB1358: Alternative fuel tax; exemption for agricultural operations.
  • SB1427: Energy Plan; promotes use of sustainable biofuels made from traditional agricultural crops, etc.
  • SB1482: Transportation Capital Projects Bond Act of 2007; repeals Act.
  • SB1483: Arts and cultural districts; adds Cities of Lynchburg, etc., to localities authorized to create.
  • SB1506: Comprehensive Services Act Program; judicial assignment of services for children.
  • SJ73: Constitutional amendment; partial exemption of local real estate taxes (first reference).
  • SJ315: U.S. Constitution; Congress to call convention to propose an amendment for balanced budget.
  • SJ318: Strategies & Models for Subtance Abuse Prevention & Treatment; Joint Subcommittee Studying.
  • SJ390: U.S. Constitution; memorializing Congress to propose an amendment for balanced budget requirement.
  • SB468: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts 4-H Clubs therefrom in fundraising.
  • SB469: Transportation funding; repeals certain abusive driver fee, changes to motor fuels tax rate, etc.
  • SB470: Natural resources; provides annual funding therefor.
  • SB471: Short-term real property rental businesses; taxations applied.
  • SB472: Group homes & residential facilities for children; regulations for licensure of programs offered.
  • SB473: Resources Authority; authorized to finance park and recreation projects.
  • SB474: Sheltered workshop; Department of Minority Business Enterprises to establish certification program.
  • SB475: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing symbols, etc. of business entities.
  • SB476: Concealed handguns; prohibits person from carrying into a restaurant.
  • SB477: Development rights programs; State grants shall be distributed to local purchase thereof.
  • SB478: Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; acceptance of awards.
  • SB479: Comprehensive Services Act; annual workshop to train on best practices and evidence-based practices.
  • SB480: Comprehensive Services Act; utilization review.
  • SB481: Residential service providers; Executive Council to develop, etc. uniform data collection standards.
  • SB482: Data collection; Executive Council to oversee development & implementation of program therefor.
  • SB483: Comprehensive Services Act; Executive Council to oversee development, etc. of performance measures.
  • SB484: Comprehensive Services Act; cost of services.
  • SB485: Comprehensive Services Act; child-level data collection.
  • SB486: Comprehensive Services Act; data collection for client-specific database.
  • SB487: Comprehensive Services Act; Executive Council oversee development of services for at-risk children.
  • SB488: Comprehensive Services, Executive Council for; duties.
  • SB489: Community policy and management teams; required to identify children in residential care facilities.
  • SB490: No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education to make recommendation regard to participation therein.
  • SB491: Retirement System; retirement credits for special forest wardens.
  • SB492: Vital Records, Office of, et al.; development of alternative verification system.
  • SB494: Neurotrauma Initiative Advisory Board; changes reporting requirments.
  • SB513: Nonpoint source pollution reduction; Governor & General Assembly to provide funding therefor.
  • SB652: Higher educational institutions; prohibits certain persons from eligibility for in-state tuition.
  • SB741: Human Resources Management; develop expedited processes for procurement of staff augmentation.
  • SB742: Annexation proceedings; extends moratorium.
  • SB743: Group life insurance; permits retiree to make beneficiary designation to purchase funeral services.
  • SB744: Land preservation tax credit; establishes process where properties are registered with Dept. of Tax.
  • SB745: Verification, legal presence; public schools and higher education.
  • SB746: Frontier Culture Museum; allowed to lease structures on state property, with Governor's consent.
  • SJ72: Commending the Town of Elkton on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • SJ73: Constitutional amendment; partial exemption of local real estate taxes (first reference).
  • SJ74: Foster care families; Department of Social Services to study options for increasing number in State.
  • SJ75: Comprehensive Services Program for At-Risk Youth & Families Program; Joint Subcommittee Studying.
  • SJ76: Open-Space Land & Farmlands, Long-Term Funding for Purchase of Development Rights; Study.
  • SJ77: Substance abuse; joint subcommittee to study strategies and models for prevention and treatment.
  • SJ78: Commending BRCC SIFE - Blue Ridge Community College Students in Free Enterprise team.
  • SJ137: Commending Jon Fried
  • SJ158: Commending Virginia Citizens for Water Quality, community watershed organizations, and Roundtables.
  • SJ183: Commending the Buffalo Gap High School football team.
  • SJ184: Commending James Madison University on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of its founding.
  • SJ258: Celebrating the life of Fred Parkis Yates, Jr.
  • SB413: Recordation tax; collection to be transferred to Water Quality Improvement Fund.
  • SB677: Tuition, in-state; prohibited for certain individuals.
  • SB679: Sexually violent predator; alternative to indeterminate civil commitment.
  • SB695: Boats; local control over operation.
  • SB1203: Sexually violent predators; Attorney General, et al to study feasibility of treatment options, etc.
  • SB1204: Tuition, in-state; prohibited for those who are unlawfully present in U.S.
  • SB1205: Farm wineries; establishes criteria for local regulation thereof.
  • SB1206: Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement; conforms State's tax laws to provisions thereof.
  • SB1207: Criminal history record information; agencies may obtain data on providers of services to adults.
  • SB1208: Background checks; requirement for employees, etc. that work for children's residential facilities.
  • SB1209: Economic Development Partnership; manufacturer to receive payments, Investment Performance Grants.
  • SB1210: Criminal history record information check; businesses required to conduct and pay cost.
  • SB1211: Resources Authority; expands projects that can be financed to include land conserv. & preservation.
  • SB1212: No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education requesting waiver from certain provisions.
  • SB1213: Standards of Quality; requires identification of gifted education programs.
  • SB1214: Cigarette tax; authorizes any county to impose.
  • SB1215: Onsite sewage disposal system; permit for installing in certain counties.
  • SB1216: Economic Development for Virginians with Disabilities Grant Program, and Fund; created.
  • SB1217: Forensic laboratory services; private police departments.
  • SB1218: Health insurance credits; increased for retired teachers.
  • SB1219: Lawful fence; amends definition thereof.
  • SB1404: Freedom of Information Act; exemption for complainant information.
  • SB1405: Constitutional rights; inquiries into exercise thereof.
  • SB1406: Public Procurement Act; use of design-build construction by local governing body.
  • SB1407: Crops; requires Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to establish support program.
  • SB1408: Competition Council; required to review procurement process.
  • SB1413: Alcoholic beverage control; creates new restricted wholesale wine license.
  • SJ395: Substance abuse; JLARC to study impact of issue related thereto on state & local fiscal expenditure.
  • SJ401: Open-space & Farmlands; Joint Sub. Studying Funding Sources for Purchase of Development Rights.
  • SJ402: Children with disabilities; JLARC to study financial impact of mandating services under Act.
  • SJ403: Celebrating the life of Dolores P. Lescure.
  • SJ443: Constitutional amendment; localities may provide partial exemption of taxes on taxpayer's residence.
  • SJ445: Marshall Plan; recognizing 60th anniversary thereof.
  • SJ458: Celebrating the life of Allie Ray Hull.
  • SJ501: Commending the Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center.
  • SJ529: Commending Mountain City Lodge No. 67, AF & AM, on the occasion of its 150th anniversary.
  • SR57: Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Daniel Todd Morris.
  • SB397: Interstate Route 81;construction of improvements halted.
  • SB398: Health insurance credits; teachers and other local school board employees.
  • SB399: Unclaimed property; establishes a minimum reportable amount.
  • SB400: Economic Development for Virginians with Disabilities Grant Program; created.
  • SB401: Confederate cemeteries and graves; Sons of Confederate Veterans to receive funds for care of.
  • SB402: Wage garnishment; liens.
  • SB403: Land Conservation Incentives Act; tax credit.
  • SB404: Personal property taxes; rate for generating equipment of electric suppliers.
  • SB405: Charter; Town of Elkton.
  • SB406: Electric authorities; distributing electric energy for retail sales to customers within area.
  • SB407: Solid waste disposal; Accomack, Highland, and Wise Counties authorized to levy fee therefor.
  • SB408: R. E. Lee Camp Confederate Memorial Park; corrects full name of property conveyed to State.
  • SB409: Land Conservation Foundation; authorized to award moneys from Fund for purchases.
  • SB410: No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education develop plan to identify initiatives funded thereby.
  • SB411: No Child Left Behind Act; state to withdraw from participation in federal act.
  • SB413: Recordation tax; collection to be transferred to Water Quality Improvement Fund.
  • SB414: Birth certificates; prohibits both parties of same-sex couple from being listed thereon.
  • SB415: Burning of woods, etc.; extends period in which prescribed material can occur.
  • SB416: Health professions; Board of Dentistry to issue temporary permits for certain clinicians.
  • SB417: Personal property tax; seperate classifications of machinery and tools used in businesses.
  • SB418: Cigarette tax; deduction of bad debts from taxes owed.
  • SB419: Farmland and forestland plans; directs state agencies to submit annually.
  • SB420: Family day homes; unlawful to operate family day home if any employee is convicted sex offender.
  • SB421: Criminal history record information check; required for those providing care to children, etc.
  • SB676: School for the Deaf & Blind at Staunton, & School for Deaf, Blind, & Multi-Disabled at Hampton.
  • SB677: In-state tuition rates; prohibited for certain individuals.
  • SB678: Motor fuels taxes; elimination of refunds for fuels used in operating certain watercraft.
  • SB679: Sexually violent predator; alternative to indeterminate civil commitment.
  • SB695: Boats; local control over operation.
  • SB5005: Zoning ordinance; locality may modify or deny request for rezoning when concerns transportation.
  • SB5006: Transportation Trust Fund; funding in connection with rezoning application.
  • SB5009: Regional transportation authorities; created, report.
  • SJ94: Open space & farmlands; joint sub. to study funding sources for purchase of development rights.
  • SJ95: Incarceration; joint sub. to study effects on children, families, communities, and economy.
  • SJ96: At-Risk Youth & Families, Comprehensive Services for; study cost effectiveness thereof.
  • SJ165: Interstate Route 81; Department of Transportation to address urgently needed improvements thereof.
  • SJ198: Celebrating the life of Fred O. Funkhouser.
  • SJ199: Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Daniel Scott Resner Bubb.
  • SJ200: Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Jourdan L. Grez.
  • SJ208: Celebrating the life of Kennard Wesley Campbell.
  • SJ209: Celebrating the life of Muriel Louise Goode.
  • SJ235: Commending the Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia.
  • SJ236: Celebrating the life of John William Elfers.
  • SJ267: Celebrating the life of William B. Rowland, Jr.
  • SJ5009: Interstate Route 81 Commission; established, report.
  • SR19: Interstate Route 81; Department of Transportation to address urgently needed improvements thereof.