Delegate Greg Habeeb (R-Salem)

Photo of Greg Habeeb
Party
Republican
District
8: Counties of Craig, Montgomery (part), and Roanoke (part); City of Salem [map]
Took Office
January 2011
Next Election
November 2017
Committees
Commerce and Labor, Courts of Justice, Rules, Transportation
Age
40
Website
greghabeeb.com
Copatroning Habits
71% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 83% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 70% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
32.4% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Bio

Habeeb, an attorney, holds a BS in political science and a JD from Wake Forest. He is married, with three children.

Recent Mentions in the Media

Roanoke Times: Del. Greg Habeeb introduces felons rights restoration bills

September 16, 2016
Del. Greg Habeeb, a longtime supporter of rights restoration for felons, has prefiled two bills for the next General Assembly session making it easier for felons to regain the right to vote and bear arms after a conviction. The bills from Habeeb, R ...Delegate Habeeb proposes legislation to overhaul felon rights restoration in VirginiaWDBJ7Habeeb announces legislative package on rights restorationAugusta Free PressHouse Republicans unveil felon voting proposal with gun twistRichmond.comBristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog) -Washington Postall 93 news articles »

Daily Press: Criminal complaints against Del. Morris outline seven violent episodes

September 23, 2016
Del. Greg Habeeb, R-Salem, declined to discuss the matter, deferring to House leadership. Del. Vivian Watts, D-Annandale, said Morris should resign. Del. Monty Mason, D-Williamsburg, is the committee's only member from the Peninsula. Watts is a former ...Virginia delegate facing multiple charges of assault, injury to childCosumnes Connection (subscription)all 50 news articles »

The Daily Progress: Editorial: Which felons should get to voteand own guns?

September 23, 2016
- One proposal, by Del. Greg Habeeb, would automatically restore firearm rights to nonviolent felons who regain their political rights. Some Democrats balk at this idea; Del. Marcus Simon says the comparison of gun rights to voting rights is ?apples and ...and more »

Daily Press (blog): Five felon voting amendments proposed, all along the spectrum

September 16, 2016
The latest proposal comes from Del. Greg Habeeb, R-Salem, who would make restorations automatic for non-violent felons and keep the governor's power in place for violent felons, though they would have to wait two years and request restoration. Violent ...

WDBJ7: Local leaders react to charges dropped in McDonnell case

September 8, 2016
The charges are centered on whether McDonnell received gifts and loans from a business owner in exchange for official acts. Republican Delegate Greg Habeeb thinks the decision from the U.S. Attorney's Office means the McDonnell's can finally move on.and more »

From the Legislator’s Website

Town Hall Meeting

May 6, 2016

2016 General Assembly Recap

March 11, 2016

These are all of the video clips of Greg Habeeb’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2011. There are 92 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB1130: Medical records; fee limits and penalty for failure to provide.
  • HB25: Firefighting equipment or emergency medical services vehicle; penalty for tampering with, etc.
  • HB44: Workers' compensation; injuries or deaths presumed to be in course of employment.
  • HB107: Restoration of civil right to vote; eligibility for persons convicted of nonviolent felonies.
  • HB287: Mediation; fee paid to mediators appointed in certain cases.
  • HB388: Uninsured motor vehicle fee payment plan; DMV may establish.
  • HB637: Medical malpractice actions; extends limitations period.
  • HB871: Virginia Security for Public Deposits Act; adds credit unions as a qualified public depository.
  • HB874: Credit unions; voluntary mergers.
  • HB883: Telecommunications towers; in accordance with comprehensive plan.
  • HB1127: Forest fire protection compacts; codification.
  • HB1128: Spouse's liability for medical care; exemption for principal residence.
  • HB1130: Medical records; fee limits and penalty for failure to provide.
  • HB1232: Recalled motor vehicles; disclosures by and compensation of dealers.
  • HB1261: State Corporation Commission; interstate gas pipeline safety program.
  • HB1266: Guardianship appointments, modifications, and terminations; notice sent to DMAS.
  • HB1267: Guardianship or conservatorship; orders prior to the respondent's 18th birthday.
  • HB1290: Timber cutting; unlawful removal, determination of damages.
  • HJ6: Commending the Salem High School forensics team.
  • HJ35: Celebrating the life of Adam Ward.
  • HJ62: Commending the Salem High School football team.
  • HJ172: Celebrating the life of Caroline Jean Stalker.
  • HJ383: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Madison Ellis Marye.
  • HR21: Commending Regina Meredith.
  • HR24: Commending Natalie DiFusco-Funk.
  • HR25: Commending the Cave Spring High School girls' tennis team.
  • HR40: Commending the Archer family.
  • HR41: Commending Heidi Ketler.
  • HR48: Commending Mikey Flint.
  • HR49: Commending Woody Henderson.
  • HR137: Commending Jeff Dudley.
  • HR138: Commending Tim Guthrie.
  • HR139: Celebrating the life of Harold Lloyd Johnston, Sr.
  • HR156: Commending Nancy Stafford.
  • HR157: Commending Alexander Perdue.
  • HB1119: Compounding of drug products; notice.
  • HB1350: Personal injury or wrongful death; appointment of an administrator for prosecution of action.
  • HB1486: Workers' compensation; exclusivity of remedy.
  • HB1487: Depository institutions; authority to sponsor savings promotions.
  • HB1489: Local taxes; payment by a third party.
  • HB1490: Standards of Learning; eligibility for retake of test, exception.
  • HB1491: Graduation; verified units of credit, locally developed alternative assessments.
  • HB1609: Severability; removes clauses by repeal or amendment throughout Code of Virginia.
  • HB1610: Punitive or exemplary damages; consistency provided by changing references to damages.
  • HB1620: DUI; person cannot be found guilty if in vehicle that is parked on private residential property.
  • HB1935: Motor vehicle dealers; prohibits coercion by any manufacturer, distributor, or any affiliate.
  • HB1942: Health insurance; carrier business practices, prior authorization provisions.
  • HB2217: Bank franchise tax; changes tax by allowing affiliated banks to file a combined return, etc.
  • HB2263: Roanoke Regional Airport Commission; may establish police department with law-enforcement powers.
  • HB2332: Roadside safety devices; certain shall be equipped with Identification numbers, etc.
  • HJ491: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications to vote; executive clemency;restoration.
  • HJ671: Commending the Glenvar High School football team.
  • HJ672: Commending the Hidden Valley High School golf team.
  • HJ759: Celebrating the life of E. Cabell Brand.
  • HR282: Commending the Hidden Valley High School boys swim team.
  • HB7: Restoration of civil right to vote; person convicted of nonviolent felony, eligibility to register.
  • HB24: Contracts; recording requirements.
  • HB25: Public service companies; updates citation to federal Public Utility Holding Company Act, etc.
  • HB33: Pediatric oral health; essential health benefits.
  • HB42: School calendar; local school boards responsbile for setting and determining opening day.
  • HB85: Discovery rule; statute of limitations.
  • HB91: Persons not guilty by reason of insanity; court-appointed counsel fees.
  • HB118: Virginia Regional Industrial Facilities Act; appointments.
  • HB269: Cases under advisement; circuit court judge in civil action holding decision for unreasonable time.
  • HB582: Motor vehicle dealers; amends definition of franchise.
  • HB772: Real property tax liens; assignment to third party.
  • HB1119: Compounding of drug products; notice.
  • HJ149: Commending the Cave Spring High School softball team.
  • HJ150: Commending the Cave Spring High School debate team.
  • HJ151: Commending the Salem Red Sox baseball team.
  • HJ152: Commending the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra.
  • HJ153: Commending the Hidden Valley High School volleyball team.
  • HJ162: Commending Sally Southard.
  • HJ163: Commending Arielle Rosmarino.
  • HJ5025: Commending Salem High School Laconian staff.
  • HJ5028: Commending the Salem High School forensics team.
  • HJ5144: Commending Susan Dunagan.
  • HJ5145: Celebrating the life of the Honorable James Clinton Turk.
  • HJ5156: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Joseph M. Clarke II.
  • HJ5157: Commending Doug Doughty.
  • HR168: Commending the Hidden Valley High School boys' swim team.
  • HB228: Income tax, corporate; credit for contracting with small or minority-owned businesses.
  • HB1304: Income tax, corporate; credit for contracting with small or minority-owned, etc., businesses.
  • HB1305: Workers' compensation; injuries presumed to be in course of employment, unless evidence to contrary.
  • HB1308: Writ of actual innocence; petition by juvenile adjudicated delinquent upon felony charge.
  • HB1310: School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year.
  • HB1312: Standards of Learning; Board of Education to adopt regulations for an additional testing period.
  • HB1317: Standards of Learning; Board of Education to adopt regulations establishing additional testing.
  • HB1351: Credit unions, federal; those operating within State to comply with Virginia Small Estate Act.
  • HB1352: Health care records; increases maximum copying fee that a health care provider may charge.
  • HB1388: Teaching positions; notice to principals, assistant principals, or supervisors of reassignment.
  • HB1509: Failed electronic payments; civil action, unlawful detainer remedies.
  • HB1510: Dental or optometric services plans; requirement for nonstock corporation that offer or administer.
  • HB1708: Summary judgment; use of depositions as basis for motion or to strike evidence.
  • HB1709: Nonsuits; dismissal of action, fees and costs.
  • HB2096: Opportunity Educational Institution; established, report.
  • HJ537: Constitutional amendment; powers of General Assembly, limitations (first reference).
  • HJ539: Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, executive clemency (first reference).
  • HJ693: Constitutional amendment; state school division for schools denied accreditation (first reference).
  • HJ870: Commending Michael J. Fosbre.
  • HJ886: Commending the Salem High School boys' golf team.
  • HJ887: Commending the Christiansburg High School boys' basketball team.
  • HJ896: Commending Nick Link.
  • HJ897: Commending the Blacksburg High School boys' cross country team.
  • HJ898: Commending the Blacksburg High girls' cross country team.
  • HJ899: Commending Carolyn Bethel.
  • HJ900: Celebrating the life Timothy Lewis Worrell.
  • HJ901: Commending the Salem Rescue Squad.
  • HJ914: Commending Rochelle Evans.
  • HR210: Commending the Christiansburg High School wrestling team.
  • HR211: Commending the Hidden Valley High School boys' swim and dive team.
  • HB14: Persons acting in defense of property; civil immunity provided for an occupant of dwelling, etc.
  • HB15: School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year.
  • HB16: Civil rights; automatically restored to certain persons for eligibilty to register to vote.
  • HB44: Workers' Compensation Commission; authorized to award interest on expenses to claimant's attorney.
  • HB45: General Assembly; continuance of case.
  • HB46: Food inspections; exempts private homes that process and prepare pickles, relishes, and salsas.
  • HB75: Home/electronic incarceration; court may allow person convicted credit for time served.
  • HB76: Teachers; date changes for contract renewal for those without continuing contract status.
  • HB77: Jury sentencing; provides criminal sentencing by different jury when original cannot agree.
  • HB78: Instructional spending; local school board to report expenditures annually.
  • HB137: Workers' compensation; injuries presumed to be in course of employment.
  • HB223: Writ of actual innocence; juvenile adjudicated delinquent of felony charge may petition court.
  • HB224: Standards of Learning; Board of Education to adopt regulations allowing students to retake.
  • HB225: Standards of Learning; establishes alternative accreditation and student growth measures.
  • HB226: Workers' Compensation Commission; terms of deputy commissioners.
  • HB227: Nolle prosequi; expungement of police records and court records two years from date taken.
  • HB228: Income tax, corporate; credit for contracting with small or minority-owned businesses.
  • HB229: Doctrine of necessaries; lien not to attach on residence held by spouses as tenants by entireties.
  • HB646: Outdoor advertising; permit application fees.
  • HB647: Driver's licenses; minors to be accompanied by parent, guardian, etc., to ceremony.
  • HB648: Judgment; payee, etc., may appoint substitute for any attorney-in-fact authorized to confess.
  • HB649: Vehicle odometers; increases penalty for tampering.
  • HB1169: Workers' compensation; WCC shall retain jurisdiction for employees to pursue payment of charges.
  • HJ8: Commending the Hidden Valley High School boys' 200-yard medley relay swim team.
  • HJ32: Commending the Cave Spring High School girls' 200-yard freestyle relay swim team.
  • HJ33: Commending Kristin Harter and Emily Seibert.
  • HJ34: Commending Rochelle Evans.
  • HJ35: Commending the Christiansburg High School wrestling team.
  • HJ36: Commending the Hidden Valley High School girls' track team.
  • HJ37: Commending Kristin Harter.
  • HJ38: Commending Lauren Gray.
  • HJ39: Commending Leah Piemonte.
  • HJ40: Commending Patrick O'Keefe.
  • HJ41: Commending Annie Houston LeHardy.
  • HJ42: Commending Alexander Nicholas Vance.
  • HJ43: Commending Alexandria Kinsley Colby Horn.
  • HJ44: Commending Haley Cutright.
  • HJ45: Commending Travis Hudson.
  • HJ46: Commending Jerry Campbell.
  • HJ47: Commending Milan Tobacconists on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • HJ48: Commending Company C, 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment of the Virginia National Guard.
  • HJ152: Commending the Cave Spring High School volleyball team.
  • HJ451: Celebrating the life of Sergeant T.J. Conrad.
  • HJ455: Commending the Christiansburg High School wrestling team.
  • HR577: Commending the Salem High School forensics team.
  • HR583: Commending the Salem High School of Salem yearbook staff.
  • HR595: Celebrating the life of Gerald Michael Pace, Sr.
  • HB2376: Agency mandates; DSS to eliminate those related to office space, etc., of local social services.
  • HB2429: Golf cart and utility vehicle; fixes a punctuation error to clarify exceptions for use on highways.
  • HB2435: Corrections, Department of; elimination of agency mandates.
  • HB2462: Juveniles; filing of petition not necessary for certain misdemeanor offenses.
  • HB5038: Celebrating the life of Laurence Butler Dillard.
  • HJ687: Constitutional amendment; powers of General Assembly (first reference).