Senator George Barker (D-Alexandria)

Photo of George Barker
Party
Democratic
District
39: Fairfax County (Part), Prince William County (Part), Alexandria City (Part) [map]
Took Office
January 2008
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Education and Health, Finance, General Laws and Technology, Higher Education, Health Licensing
Age
65
Website
senatorbarker.com
Copatroning Habits
71% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 66% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 56% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
12.5% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Bio

Associate director of the Health Systems Agency of Northern Virginia. Holds a BA and an MS from Harvard. Married with two grown children.

Recent Mentions in the Media

Reston Connection: Fairfax County: Planning Commission Delays Vote on Farm Alcohol Zoning Amendment

November 23, 2016
Tim Hugo (R-40) and Sen. George Barker (D-39) that places some regulations on farm alcohol businesses. #Under that new legislation, the Fairfax County staff report on the amendment says, ?a new farm winery/brewery/distillery may not be granted a ...and more »

Blue Virginia (press release) (blog): Home Virginia Politics Mamie Locke Elected Virginia Senate Democratic Caucus Chair to Replace Rep.-Elect Donald...

November 17, 2016
Good choice by the Virginia Senate Democratic caucus, congratulations to Sen. Locke! (now if we could only get a replacement for Dick Saslaw as Democratic ?Leader?) By the way, Locke defeated George Barker and Dave Marsden, running as a team; ...and more »

Alexandria Times: City council adopts 2017 legislative agenda

December 1, 2016
Adam Ebbin (D-30), George Barker (D-39) and Dick Saslaw (D- 35). The general assembly's 2017 legislative session begins January ... Ebbin noted the introduction of legislation by state Sen. Scott Surovell (D-36), whose district lies just south of ...

PolitiFact: Uncompensated care has "gone down by 30 percent just in the first few months" of Medicaid expansion in the states ...

August 10, 2014
Uncompensated care has "gone down by 30 percent just in the first few months" of Medicaid expansion in the states ...Virginia Democrats believe they have found evidence showing states that expand their Medicaid rolls are better off than those that reject expansion. Sen. George Barker, D-Fairfax, told those gathered for an expansion rally in Woodbridge that hospitals ...and more »

Inside NoVA: Court holds lawmakers in contempt over redistricting

April 14, 2016
Held in contempt of court last week, Sen. George Barker says he and five other current and retired state senators -- including four from Northern Virginia ? are not hiding some smoking gun that might expose misdeeds relating to the 2011 redistricting ...

From the Legislator’s Website

These are all of the video clips of George Barker’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since 2009. There are 202 video clips in all.

Bills

  • SB410: Alcoholic beverage control; consumption of samples by brewery tour guides.
  • SJ68: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established.
  • SB320: Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older.
  • SB321: Public schools; kindergarten instructional time.
  • SB409: Harassment by computer; impersonating another, penalty.
  • SB410: Alcoholic beverage control; consumption of samples by brewery tour guides.
  • SB411: Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk; penalties.
  • SB412: Financial exploitation of adults; documentation referred to State Police.
  • SB413: Northern Va. Transportation Authority; use of population estimates in connection with decisions.
  • SB414: Land Bank Entities Act.
  • SB432: Inpatient mental health treatment; admission of minors 14 years of age or older.
  • SB434: License plates, special; PROTECT POLLINATORS changes to revenue sharing.
  • SB437: Military medical personnel; pilot program for personnel to practice medicine.
  • SB438: Higher educational institutions; social media accounts.
  • SB548: Students with limited English proficiency; alternative to the eleventh grade Standards of Learning.
  • SB566: Involuntary psychiatric treatment of an inmate; petition filed by sheriff.
  • SB567: Temporary detention; notice of recommendation, communication with magistrate.
  • SB568: Involuntary admission; contents of preadmission screening report; notice of hearing.
  • SB578: Alcoholic beverage control; limited brewery licenses.
  • SB579: Alcoholic beverage control; limited distiller's licenses, land zoned agricultural.
  • SB585: Certificates of public need; conditions.
  • SB776: Public schools; residency of children in kinship care.
  • SB777: Certificate of public need; establishes program to address cost containment.
  • SB778: Use of handheld personal communications devices while driving; penalty.
  • SJ68: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established.
  • SR67: Commending Melissa S. Peacor.
  • SB462: Physically disabled or socially isolated persons; penalty for financial exploitation.
  • SB479: Tanning facilities; age limit, parental consent.
  • SB701: Income tax, state; refund payments.
  • SB757: Standards of Learning; eligibility for retake of test.
  • SB758: Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older.
  • SB820: Voter identification; accepted forms of identification.
  • SB900: SOL; school divisions to determine date for assessments.
  • SB966: Temporary detention order; custody.
  • SB1110: Search of electronic device without warrant prohibited.
  • SB1111: People with Disabilities, Virginia Board for; membership, powers and duties.
  • SB1112: Public schools; kindergarten instructional time.
  • SB1113: Impersonation via computer; Class 3 misdemeanor.
  • SB1114: Emergency custody order; temporary detention for testing, observation, and treatment.
  • SB1116: Standards of Learning; request of waiver to use alternative test for students with limited English.
  • SB1120: Medicine, Board of; requirements for licensure.
  • SB1121: Agency directors; IT responsibility.
  • SB1122: Higher educational institutions; student mental health policies.
  • SB1123: Child care subsidy; license required.
  • SB1124: Licensure of family day homes.
  • SB1125: Accountancy, Board of; technical updates to conform with recently updated professional standards.
  • SB1273: Alcoholic beverage control; regulations of the ABC Board relating to certain brewery personnel.
  • SB1274: State highways; allocation of funds.
  • SB1275: Higher educational institutions; reporting of sexual assault to DCJS.
  • SB1277: Prescription contraceptives; insurance policies to cover.
  • SB1291: Community policy and management teams; powers and duties, referral to family assessment.
  • SB1295: Virginia National Guard and Virginia Defense Force; sermons by chaplains.
  • SB1378: Virginia Public Procurement Act; cooperative procurement, certain councils of governments.
  • SB1423: Foster care; placement of children, local board shall request a search of Putative Father Registry.
  • SB1429: Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk, penalties.
  • SB1460: Financial exploitation of adults; report to State Police when loss is greater then $100,000.
  • SJ298: Constitutional amendment; apportionment, partisan balance.
  • SR89: Commending the National Association of Social Workers Virginia Chapter.
  • SB115: Temporary detention; time during which a person may be held.
  • SB138: Vehicle safety inspection approval; increases grace period for certain members of armed services.
  • SB139: Provisional driver's license holders; changes use of cell phone from secondary to primary offense.
  • SB140: Absentee voting; persons 65 years of age or older added to list to vote by absentee ballot, etc.
  • SB141: Income tax, state; Tax Commissioner and State Comptroller to implement procedures for tax refunds.
  • SB328: Surgical technologists and surgical assistants; use of title, registration.
  • SB388: Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments.
  • SB389: Standards of Learning; eligibility for an expedited retake of test.
  • SB437: Child day programs; radon testing shall be conducted between Nov. & Mar. in lowest area of building.
  • SB438: Real Estate Board; death or disability of a broker.
  • SB439: Mandatory outpatient treatment; acknowledgement of transfer & receipt of order within 5 days.
  • SB440: College campus police and security departments; DCJS to identify minimum core operational functions.
  • SB458: Temporary detention; an individual shall be detained in state facility, etc.
  • SB462: Physically disabled or socially isolated persons; penalty for financial exploitation.
  • SB463: Health regulatory boards; reinstatement of licensure.
  • SB479: Tanning facilities; age limit, parental consent.
  • SB509: Public schools; kindergarten instructional time.
  • SB529: Certificate of public need; conditions of approval.
  • SB534: Local departments; consent to treatment and collection of evidence.
  • SB572: Long-Term Care Ombudsman, Office of State; access to clients, patients, individuals, etc., records.
  • SB575: Advance Health Care Directive Registry; submission of documents.
  • SB587: Virginia Human Rights Act; causes of action for age discrimination.
  • SB591: Neighborhood assistance tax credits; proposals, emergency.
  • SB595: Virginia Health Workforce Development Authority; length of term of Board of Directors.
  • SB5012: Health benefit plans; renewal of nonconforming policies.
  • SJ109: Commending the Centreville High School football team.
  • SJ200: Celebrating the life of Thomas Joseph Sullivan, MD, FAAP.
  • SR35: Kindergarten; Senate joint subcommittee to study potential effects of mandating full-day programs.
  • SB207: Elections; extension of polling hours.
  • SB211: Comptroller; assignment of general fund balance remaining at year end.
  • SB213: Highway maintenance; allocation of funds by CTB for maintenance of assets within Interstate System.
  • SB214: Breach of medical information; notification.
  • SB216: Retirement System; law-enforcement officer retirees hired as school board security personnel.
  • SB218: Parental rights; procedure for restoration, child to consent to restoration of rights.
  • SB372: Community Colleges, State Board for; development of mental health services.
  • SB376: Shared work programs; established, report.
  • SB837: License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Washington Nationals baseball team.
  • SB843: Alcohol, open container; no person shall possess in passenger area of motor vehicle, civil penalty.
  • SB875: Provisional driver's license holders; changes from secondary offense to primary use of cell phones.
  • SB960: Public schools; residency of children in kinship care.
  • SB996: Temporary detention orders; increases maximum duration person may be detained from 48 to 72 hours.
  • SB997: Incapacitated persons; photographs, x-rays, etc., may be taken as part of medical evaluation, etc.
  • SB1006: Physician, licensed, etc.; may perform procedure for physical evidence recovery kit examination.
  • SB1075: Transportation projects and planning; reimbursement of VDOT by localities, etc.
  • SB1076: Parental rights; procedure for restoring to parent whose rights to his child have been terminated.
  • SB1078: Community Colleges, State Board for; Board shall develop mental health referral policies, etc.
  • SB1150: Elections; minimizing voting lines.
  • SB1151: Virginia Student Achievement Fund; established.
  • SB1153: Public schools; changes in instructional time for kindergarten.
  • SB1155: Electoral boards; appointments shall be on nonpartisan basis.
  • SB1156: Teacher compensation; State goal that public school teacher compensation be nationally competitive.
  • SB1157: Commonwealth Teaching Fellows Program; established.
  • SB1158: Standards of Learning; regulations authorizing school divisions to determine date for administering.
  • SB1160: Driving while texting; primary offense, increased penalties.
  • SB1162: Standards of Learning; Board of Education to promulgate regulations.
  • SB1167: Student growth indicators; Board of Education shall develop by October 1, 2014, report.
  • SB1230: Unemployment compensation; establishes short-time compensation program, report, effective date.
  • SB1238: Handheld personal communications devices; texting while driving is punishable as reckless driving.
  • SB1251: Retirement System; law-enforcement officer retirees hired as school board security personnel.
  • SB1274: Tanning facilities; age limit, parental consent.
  • SB1293: Comprehensive plan; transportation component to be consistent with Statewide Transportation Plan.
  • SB1300: Virtual school programs; multidivision online providers, funding.
  • SB1325: Professional counselors, etc.; Board of Counseling to establish specified fees for licensure, etc.
  • SB1367: Health insurance; local government employees eligibile to participate in state employee plan.
  • SJ48: Virginia Retirement System; JLARC to study system for determining eligibility for disability claims.
  • SJ74: Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for surviving spouse of disabled veterans.
  • SB204: Children in foster care; school placement.
  • SB205: Forensic evidence; delay in collecting for sexual assault cases.
  • SB206: Alcohol, open container; no person shall possess in passenger area of motor vehicle, civil penalty.
  • SB207: Elections; extension of polling hours.
  • SB208: Driver's license; changes period of administrative suspension for a DUI from seven to 60 days.
  • SB209: HOV lanes; extends sunset provision on use by vehicles with clean special fuel license plates.
  • SB210: Driver's license holders, provisional; makes cell phone use while driving a primary offense.
  • SB211: Comptroller; assignment of general fund balance remaining at year end.
  • SB212: High occupancy toll (HOT) lanes; construction contracts.
  • SB213: Highway maintenance; allocation of funds by CTB for maintenance of assets within Interstate System.
  • SB214: Breach of medical information; notification.
  • SB215: Bond administration; reimbursement of administrative costs.
  • SB216: Retirement System; law-enforcement officer retirees hired as school board security personnel.
  • SB217: Public schools; residency of children in kinship care.
  • SB218: Parental rights; procedure for restoration.
  • SB219: Handheld personal communications devices; penalty if text messaging and emailing while driving.
  • SB371: Judicial authorization of treatment; advance directives.
  • SB372: Community Colleges, State Board for; development of mental health services.
  • SB373: Higher educational institutions; establishment of violence prevention committees, etc.
  • SB374: Higher educational institutions; mental health and parental notification policies.
  • SB375: Higher educational institutions; may require any accepted student provide complete record.
  • SB376: Shared work programs; established, report.
  • SB458: Suicidal students; higher educational institutions shall develop policies addressing.
  • SB580: Virtual programs; state funding.
  • SB633: Bicycles; makes hitherto local-option bicycle helmet law applicable statewide.
  • SJ48: Virginia Retirement System; JLARC to study system for determining eligibility for disability claims.
  • SJ49: Retirement Communities, Continuing Care; Virginia Housing Commission to study.
  • SJ50: Dental disease, untreated; Joint Commission on Health Care to study fiscal impact to State.
  • SJ74: Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for surviving spouse of disabled veterans.
  • SJ130: United States Constitution; General Assembly of Va. to ratify and affirm Equal Rights Amendment.
  • SJ153: Commending David Curtin.
  • SJ200: Commending the Gar-Field High School boys basketball team.
  • SJ235: Commending Willie F. Bailey.
  • SB208: Family or household member; expands definition.
  • SB550: State and local transportation planning; provides for coordination with DRPT.
  • SB551: Rezoning actions, local; provides for more limited review by VDOT.
  • SB682: Public schools; school board to report to Superintendent of Public Instruction recycling policies.
  • SB1030: Primaries; state will reimburse localities for costs of statewide and federal elections.
  • SB1031: Public schools; allows local school divisions to keep any funds from State for use next year.
  • SB1032: Revenue Stabilization Fund; Auditor of Public Accounts to calculate maximum size of Fund.
  • SB1033: Continuing care retirement community; no less than 20% of board shall be residents of facility.
  • SB1034: HOV lanes; use by vehicle with clean special fuel license plates.
  • SB1035: Open container of alcohol; passenger in motor vehicle shall not possess, civil penalty.
  • SB1036: Direct recording electronic voting machines (DREs); localities to modify to meet legal mandates.
  • SB1037: Foster care plan; eliminates independent living as permanency goal option.
  • SB1038: Foster care; allows child placed in care to remain at his original school.
  • SB1039: Certificate of public need; removes an exception for requirements for certain nursing facilities.
  • SB1040: Foster care; placement of child through an agreement between parents and local board.
  • SB1041: Breach of medical information; adds private entities are required to provide notice.
  • SB1042: Handheld personal communications device; texting while driving.
  • SB1043: Claims; certain employees of the Prince William Health Department.
  • SB1044: Highway maintenance allocations; allocation by CTB for maintenance of assets.
  • SB1045: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain computer equipment and enabling software.
  • SB1046: Retirement System; benefits for law-enforcement retirees hired as school board security personnel.
  • SB1047: Driver's license holders, provisional; makes cell phone use while driving a primary offense.
  • SB1048: HOT lane construction contracts; requirements for minimum average speed for vehicles using facility.
  • SB1049: Public Procurement Act; state agencies to include in contract that contractor use E-Verify program.
  • SB1050: Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; criteria for grants or loans from Fund.
  • SB1051: Elections; extension of polling hours.
  • SB1052: Domestic absentee voters; provide information concerning legal residence in Virginia.
  • SB1053: General fund balance; assignment of year-end general fund surplus.
  • SB1073: Real estate tax relief; for the elderly and permanently and totally disabled.
  • SB1074: Tuition, in-state; person of other state meeting requirements called to National Guard is eligible.
  • SB1075: Administrative suspension of license; changes period upon arrest for a DUI from seven to 60 days.
  • SB1076: Elections; recount procedures.
  • SB1077: International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement examinations; clarifies eligibility for credit.
  • SB1078: Child care; administration of certain medicines of those regulated by local government.
  • SB1219: Medical services at hospitals; charges by physician & surgeon who are not members of provider panel.
  • SB1220: Va. Residential Landlord Tenant Act; landlord to provide notice to tenant in event of foreclosure.
  • SB1221: Local rezoning actions; limited review by VDOT.
  • SB1222: Protective orders; expands class of persons eligible to obtain.
  • SB1223: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Funding Pool; established.
  • SB1224: TANF; establishes Fund, State to support agencies, etc., seeking to assist low-income Virginians.
  • SB1388: Retained asset accounts; to provide beneficiary at time a claim is made.
  • SB1391: Tuition, in-state; eligibility for veterans who elect to establish Virginia as residence.
  • SB1448: Cambridge Advanced Exams; course credit.
  • SB1449: Bisphenol A-Free Children and Babies Act; created, prohibiting sale of certain child-care products.
  • SJ52: Continuing care retirement community; SCC to study management and need for resident representation.
  • SJ346: Public schools; requests Department of Education to study recycling education in schools.
  • SB208: Family or household member; expands definition.
  • SB209: International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement courses; course credit.
  • SB210: Nutritional guidelines; Board & VDH to develop for all competitive foods in public schools, report.
  • SB211: School boards, local; disciplinary authority.
  • SB212: Overload and overweight permits; Transportation Board, et al. to establish new schedule of fees.
  • SB213: Retirement System; retirees hired as school board security personnel.
  • SB223: Motor fuels tax; converts rates of taxation from cents per gallon to percentage rates.
  • SB224: Medical information; notification to residents if their information is subject of database breach.
  • SB225: Public Procurement Act; verification of legal presence for employment in U.S.
  • SB226: Polling hours; provides for a court-ordered extension thereof in emergency situations.
  • SB227: Irrigation systems; installation of an outdoor automatic sprinkler in state-owned buildings.
  • SB228: Pedestrians crossing highways; duties of vehicles to stop to allow at marked crosswalks.
  • SB229: Safety belts; use required for all occupants of a motor vehicle.
  • SB230: Driver's license, provisional; restriction of cell phone use while driving.
  • SB360: Involuntary admission; court to enter an order for mandatory outpatient treatment.
  • SB361: Religious holidays; student's absence because of observance thereof must be recorded as excused.
  • SB362: Constitutional amendment; limit on taxes or revenues and Revenue Stabilization Fund.
  • SB364: School Construction Revolving Fund; created, report.
  • SB365: HOT lane construction contracts; requirements for minimum average speed for vehicles using facility.
  • SB547: Constitutional amendment; localities to establish either income or financial worth limitations.
  • SB548: Restroom Access Act; created.
  • SB549: Geospatial Health Research; Secretaries of Health and Human Resources and Technology to evaluate.
  • SB550: State and local transportation planning; provides for coordination with DRPT.
  • SB551: Rezoning actions, local; provides for more limited review by VDOT.
  • SB552: HOV lanes; extends date for use by vehicle with clean special fuel license plates.
  • SB553: Increase transit use strategies; Secretary of Transportation to report annually to General Assembly.
  • SB682: Public schools; school board to report to Superintendent of Public Instruction recycling policies.
  • SB683: Absentee voting procedures; deletes certain requirements.
  • SB735: National Guard; provides in-state tuition for person who met requirements prior to active duty, etc.
  • SJ52: Continuing care retirement community; SCC to study management and need for resident representation.
  • SJ80: Nursing homes; DHP to study advisability of permitting use of medication aides.
  • SJ81: Constitutional amendment; limit on taxes or revenues and Revenue Stabilization Fund.
  • SJ97: Constitutional amendment; localities to establish either income or financial worth limitations.
  • SJ98: Regional rapid transit network; continues mandate of study.
  • SJ187: Commending Sharon Dravvorn.
  • SJ188: Commending Ann Lam Wong.
  • SJ189: Celebrating the life of General John Reiley Guthrie, USA Ret.
  • SJ229: Celebrating the life of JoAnne M. Jorgenson.
  • SJ263: Commending Sally Davis.
  • SB723: Driver's license, provisional; primary offense.
  • SB737: School Construction Revolving Fund; created, report.
  • SB796: Polling places; provides for extension of polling hours in emergency situations.
  • SB1226: School Construction Revolving Fund; created.
  • SB1227: Driver's license, provisional; makes cell phone use while driving a primary offense.
  • SB1228: Community services board; removes provision allowing employment if convicted of assault of family.
  • SB1229: Medical information; protection by adding definition of personal information.
  • SB1230: Elections; extension of polling hours in emergency declared by Governor.
  • SB1231: Income tax, state; energy-efficient equipment tax credit.
  • SB1232: HOT lane construction contracts; requirements for minimum average speed for vehicles using.
  • SB1233: Common Interest Community Board; increases filing fee for persons to register written complaints.
  • SB1234: Retirement System; retirees hired as school board security personnel, no interruption of benefits.
  • SB1235: Disabled prisoners; those terminally ill, etc. may petition Parole Board for conditional release.
  • SB1236: Health, Board of; adds two members.
  • SB1237: Child support; amends guidelines related to provision of health insurance or health care costs.
  • SB1238: Rail and Public Transportation, Department of; Director may procure architectural, etc. services.
  • SB1239: Pedestrians and drivers; responsibilities thereof at marked and unmarked crosswalks.
  • SB1366: Property Owners' Association Act; control of association by declarant.
  • SB1367: Food allergies; school board develop, etc. policy for management of students with life-threatening.
  • SB1368: Highway systems; allocation of maintenance funds.
  • SB1369: Graffiti abatement; permits localities to charge property owner for cost thereof.
  • SB1497: Virginia Network for Geospatial Health Research Authority; created, report.
  • SB1498: Motor fuels tax; converts rates to percentage that shall be calculated by DMV Commissioner.
  • SB1499: E-Verify program; state agencies, etc. to verify social security number of newly hired employees.
  • SB1500: Overload and overweight permits; to establish a new schedule of fees.
  • SB1501: Mental Retardation Medicaid Waiver, etc.; elimination of waiting lists.
  • SB1502: Safety belt use; extends requirement for all occupants of a motor vehicle.
  • SB1551: Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Gov.; disclosure by certain nonsalaried citizen members.
  • SJ338: Public schools; state assistance for construction and renovation, report.
  • SJ339: Individuals with life-threatening conditions; Joint Commission on Health Care to study.
  • SJ357: Rapid transit service network; continues mandate of study.
  • SJ387: HOT lanes; expressing sense of General Assembly concerning contracts entered into by VDOT.
  • SJ421: Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Daniel Ryan Bennett.
  • SR33: Commending the West Springfield High School debate team.
  • SB289: Real estate tax, local; deferral programs.
  • SB290: Advance Health Care Directive Registry; created.
  • SB424: Real property tax; relief for certain new or rehabilitated, renovated, or replacement real property.
  • SB425: Real property tax; exemptions and deferrals for persons having legal right to be present in U.S.
  • SB426: Public Procurement Act; verification of legal presence of contractors for employment.
  • SB427: Zoning ordinance violation; action on which lis pendens is based.
  • SB428: Zoning ordinance; provisions for issuance of inspection warrants by magistrate.
  • SB536: Elections; additional testing of voting equipment in certification process.
  • SB537: School boards, local; required to develop policies for changing students grades.
  • SB720: HOT lanes; additional lanes on I-95 or I-395 in or between Arlington County & Spotsylvania County.
  • SB721: Foods in public schools; Board & Department of Health update regulations for nutrition.
  • SB723: Driver's license, provisional; primary offense.
  • SB737: School Construction Revolving Fund; created, report.
  • SB796: Polling places; provides for extension of polling hours in emergency situations.
  • SJ62: Local government; joint subcommittee to study method to alleviate circumstance that prevent meeting.
  • SJ68: School facilities; joint subcommittee to study state assistance to localities for financing, etc.
  • SJ83: Mass transit; Department of Rail & Public Transportation to study for Northern Virginia.
  • SJ119: Stop and yield sign posts; DOT to study costs and befefits of applying retroreflective material.
  • SJ127: Commending Jennifer Mitchell.
  • SJ251: Commending John Horejsi.
  • SJ252: Commending Elaine McConnell.
  • SJ253: Commending Dana Kauffman.
  • SJ254: Commending Catherine A. Belter.
  • SJ255: Commending Gregory C. Evans.
  • SJ6028: Commending Thomas L. Gribble.
  • SJ6029: Commending Cheryl L. Stevens.