Sen. George Barker (D-Alexandria)

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Party
Democratic
District
39: Fairfax County (Part), Prince William County (Part), Alexandria City (Part)
Took Office
January 2008
Left Office
January 2024
Age
72
Twitter
Copatroning Habits
71% of bills he has copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 72% of them are Democrats. Of all of his fellow copatrons of the bills that he copatroned, 60% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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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

Richmond Times-Dispatch: Senate Democrats, Republicans elect new leaders, as old guard says farewell

November 16, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

The Virginian-Pilot: Virginia budget negotiations update: Signs of ‘progress’

August 4, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

Virginia Mercury: What caused Virginia’s budget breakdown? Accounts differ.

June 28, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

Cardinal News: Virginia Democrats, Republicans spar over the primary results

June 22, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

DCist: In General Assembly Primaries, Two Northern Virginia Incumbents Lose Their Seats

June 21, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

These are all of the video clips of George Barker’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since 2009. There are 199 video clips in all.

Bills

  • SB340: Freestanding emergency departments; Bd. of Health to promulgate regulations related to departments.
  • SB1339: Certified nursing facilities; minimum staffing standards, administrative sanctions.
  • SB1340: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; application limitations.
  • SB1341: Unincorporated bodies, societies, groups, associations, or posts; appointment of trustees.
  • SB1342: Anesthesiologist assistants; establishes criteria for licensure.
  • SB1343: Driving records; Commissioner of Department of Motor Vehicles to create online access to minors.
  • SB1344: Alexandria, City of; operation of local health department.
  • SB1345: Virginia Port Authority; tax credits, creates grant programs, sunset date.
  • SB1346: Taxable income apportionment; retail companies.
  • SB1349: Internet root infrastructure providers; taxation of corporations, apportionment.
  • SB1403: Income tax, state; establishes a subtraction for professional firefighter pension.
  • SB1404: School Readiness Committee; renaming as Commission on Early Childhood Care and Education.
  • SB1405: Income tax, state; rolling conformity, report.
  • SB1409: Medicare; supplement policies for certain individuals under age 65.
  • SB1518: Charitable gaming; amends definition of Texas Hold'em poker tournaments, bingo games.
  • SB1519: Virginia College Savings Plan; renamed Commonwealth Savers Plan, duties of governing board, report.
  • SB1521: Revenue reserves; deposits, withdrawals, and budgetary amendments.
  • SB1522: Cloud Computing Cluster Infrastructure Grant Fund; created.
  • SJ359: Commending the Fairfax County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
  • SR133: Commending Korean Central Presbyterian Church.
  • SB335: Health insurance; association health plan for real estate salespersons.
  • SB336: Certificate of public need; nursing homes, charity care.
  • SB337: Accident and sickness insurance; minimum standards.
  • SB338: Commonwealth Health Reinsurance Program; federal risk adjustment program.
  • SB339: Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; alternate directors.
  • SB340: Freestanding emergency departments; Bd. of Health to promulgate regulations related to departments.
  • SB341: Consumer protection; online marketplace, high-volume third-party sellers.
  • SB342: Transit Ridership Incentive Program; use of funds for reduced-fare or zero-fare transit projects.
  • SB343: Income tax, state; refundable tax credit for low-income taxpayers.
  • SB344: Health insurance; coverage for donated human breast milk, effective date.
  • SB345: Driver's license or identification card; indication of blood type to be noted on license or card.
  • SB346: Income tax, state; property information and analytics firms, business operations, definitions.
  • SB405: Health insurance; coverage for prosthetic devices and components.
  • SB406: Nursing homes & certified nursing facilities; minimum staffing standards, administrative sanctions.
  • SB434: Health insurance; coverage for mental health and substance use disorders, report.
  • SB435: Children's Services Act; community policy and management teams and family assessment, etc.
  • SB436: Statewide Telehealth Plan; Board of Health shall contract with the Virginia Telehealth Network.
  • SB524: Payment of prevailing wage; certified payroll, penalties.
  • SB525: Health carriers; licensed athletic trainers.
  • SB630: Income tax, state; rolling conformity, report.
  • SB631: Fair Labor Standards Act; employer liability, overtime required for certain employees, report.
  • SB764: Public bodies; security of government databases and data communications, report.
  • SJ124: Celebrating the life of Carol Ann Myskowski.
  • SR31: Commending MVLE.
  • SB274: Motion picture theaters; required open-captioned showings.
  • SB765: Health insurance; provider contracts, business practices, adverse changes, penalties.
  • SB1204: George Mason University; management agreement with the Commonwealth.
  • SB1204: George Mason University; management agreement with the Commonwealth.
  • SB1205: Career fatigue and wellness in certain health care providers; programs to address, civil immunity.
  • SB1205: Career fatigue and wellness in certain health care providers; programs to address, civil immunity.
  • SB1206: Confidentiality of juvenile court records; exceptions.
  • SB1206: Confidentiality of juvenile court records; exceptions.
  • SB1207: Solar and energy storage projects; siting agreements throughout the Commonwealth.
  • SB1207: Solar and energy storage projects; siting agreements throughout the Commonwealth.
  • SB1208: Continuity of government; extends period of time that locality may provide after disaster, etc.
  • SB1208: Continuity of government; extends period of time that locality may provide after disaster, etc.
  • SB1338: Telemedicine services; remote patient monitoring services.
  • SB1338: Telemedicine services; remote patient monitoring services.
  • SB1341: Health insurance; association health plan for real estate salespersons.
  • SB1341: Health insurance; association health plan for real estate salespersons.
  • SB1365: Data Governance and Analytics, Office of; created.
  • SB1365: Data Governance and Analytics, Office of; created.
  • SB1366: Aging services; economic and social need.
  • SB1366: Aging services; economic and social need.
  • SB1408: Health Care, Joint Commission on; repeals sunset provision.
  • SB1408: Health Care, Joint Commission on; repeals sunset provision.
  • SB1469: Opioid Abatement Authority; established, Fund created, report, membership.
  • SB1469: Opioid Abatement Authority; established, Fund created, report, membership.
  • SB1470: Vehicle registration; special communication needs indicator.
  • SB1470: Vehicle registration; special communication needs indicator.
  • SJ377: Celebrating the life of Officer Brian David Sicknick.
  • SB120: Health care providers, certain; program to address career fatigue and wellness, civil immunity.
  • SB121: County and city precincts; required to be wholly contained within election districts.
  • SB122: Teledentistry; definitions, establishes requirements for practice, digital scans, etc.
  • SB123: Voter identification; expiration date of Virginia driver's license not considered.
  • SB199: Charitable gaming; removes restrictions regarding the number of calendar days that may be conducted.
  • SB200: Income tax, state; housing choice vouchers, eligible housing areas.
  • SB235: Health insurance; association health plans.
  • SB236: Constitutional amendment; apportionment, Virginia Redistricting Commission (voter referendum).
  • SB237: School attendance officers; petitions for violation of a school attendance order.
  • SB238: Public schools; increases kindergarten instructional time.
  • SB239: Fluoride varnish; possession and administration by medical assistants, etc.
  • SB240: Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk of injury to himself, etc., penalties.
  • SB241: Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria.
  • SB274: Motion picture theaters; required open-captioned showings.
  • SB275: Public schools; enrollment, certain children placed in foster care.
  • SB276: Safety belt system; use in motor vehicles.
  • SB277: Income tax, state and corporate; deduction for commuter benefits provided by an employer.
  • SB278: Voter registration; automatic voter registration.
  • SB279: Certificate of public need; criteria for determining need.
  • SB280: Health insurance; mental health parity, required report.
  • SB323: High school graduation requirements; advanced diploma, standard units of credit.
  • SB761: Driver's license; DMV to issue licenses and special ID cards.
  • SB762: Solar energy projects; revenue share assessment.
  • SB763: Local tax; amount of exemption for solar energy equipment.
  • SB764: Certificate of public need; revises the Medical Care Facilities Certificate of Public Need Program.
  • SB765: Health insurance; provider contracts, business practices, adverse changes, penalties.
  • SB766: Health care; explanation of benefits, sensitive health care services.
  • SB767: Health insurance; payment to out-of-network providers.
  • SB768: Temporary detention; DBHDS shall study who may evaluate.
  • SB902: Long-term care services and supports; preadmission screenings.
  • SB959: Lottery; repeals prohibition of Internet sales of lottery tickets.
  • SB1031: Health insurance; coverage for autism spectrum disorder, individual and small group markets.
  • SB1069: Public and private employers; earned paid sick time for employees.
  • SB5080: Telemedicine services; originating site.
  • SB5081: Outbreaks of communicable disease of public health threat; posting of information about cases.
  • SJ18: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission (second reference).
  • SR20: Commending the South County High School football team.
  • SB277: Absentee voting; persons age 65 or older.
  • SB1277: Certificate of public need; nursing homes and hospitals, establishing a disaster exemption.
  • SB1278: Public schools; increases kindergarten instructional time.
  • SB1279: School attendance officer; motion for a rule to show cause, child in need of supervision.
  • SB1280: Community health worker; definitions, individuals seeking certification, etc.
  • SB1281: Voter identification; expiration date of Virginia driver's license not considered.
  • SB1282: Safety belt systems; use by rear passengers.
  • SB1283: State Medical Facilities Plan; revisions, effective clause.
  • SB1284: County and city precincts; required to be wholly contained within election districts.
  • SB1285: School attendance officer; motion for a rule to show cause, child in need of supervision.
  • SB1286: Auxiliary grants; supportive housing.
  • SB1287: Health insurance; nondiscrimination, gender identity or transgender status.
  • SB1296: Potomac River Bridge Towing Compact; adds several bridges to Compact.
  • SB1297: Low-income taxpayers; refundable income tax credit.
  • SB1298: Alternative education programs; Department of Education to annually collect data on programs.
  • SB1299: School resource officers; training and certification, memoranda of understanding.
  • SB1302: Rights of persons with disabilities; procedures for certain actions, website accessibility.
  • SB1335: Motor vehicle safety inspections; increases maximum charge from $16 to $20.
  • SB1458: Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk, penalties.
  • SB1624: Health carriers; registered surgical assistants.
  • SB1626: Unlawful detainer; appeal bond.
  • SB1627: Summons for unlawful detainer; initial hearing, subsequent filings, termination notice.
  • SB1663: Subdivision ordinance; sidewalks.
  • SB1694: Qualified mental health professionals; regulations for registration.
  • SB1722: Continuing care retirement communities; accessing medical assistance, certificate of public need.
  • SJ34: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established.
  • SJ306: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission (first reference).
  • SB274: Public schools; increases kindergarten instructional time.
  • SB275: Distracted driving; penalty.
  • SB276: Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk, penalties.
  • SB277: Absentee voting; persons age 65 or older.
  • SB279: Administrative Process Act; exemption for certain regulations of the Board of Accountancy.
  • SB281: Medicare patients; patient notice of observation or outpatient status.
  • SB282: Medical assistance; eligibility for state plan.
  • SB391: Housing; installation and maintenance of smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in rental property.
  • SB392: Involuntary commitment of a juvenile; notification of parents.
  • SB393: Motor vehicle fuels; sales tax in certain areas of the Commonwealth, price floor.
  • SB395: Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; awards for injuries.
  • SB417: Community health worker; VDH to approve one or more entities to certify workers in the Commonwealth.
  • SB418: Public safety answering points (PSAP); deployment of text-to-9-1-1.
  • SB428: Accountants, public; issuance, renewal, and reinstatement of licenses.
  • SB522: Election district boundaries; counties and cities not to split precincts, etc.
  • SB744: Safety belt systems; use by rear passengers, primary offense.
  • SB762: BHDS, State Board of; definition of 'licensed mental health professional.'
  • SB812: Mental health professional, qualified; broadens definition.
  • SB829: Military medical personnel program; personnel may practice under supervision of physician, etc.
  • SB830: Virginia Open Data Initiative Act; created, report.
  • SB956: Virginia Health Care Access Program; established.
  • SJ34: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established.
  • SR51: Commending the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Education Facilities.
  • SB410: Alcoholic beverage control; consumption of samples by brewery tour guides.
  • SB1015: Public schools; kindergarten instructional time.
  • SB1016: Absentee voting; entitles persons age 65 or older on date of an election to vote absentee.
  • SB1017: School attendance officer; powers and duties.
  • SB1018: Temporary exemption periods from retail sales and use taxes for qualifying items; sunset dates.
  • SB1019: Board of Accountancy.
  • SB1020: Peer recovery specialists and qualified mental health professionals; registration.
  • SB1021: Failure to obey highway sign where driver sleeping or resting; prepayable offense.
  • SB1220: Telemedicine, practice of; prescribing controlled substances.
  • SB1221: Emergency custody or involuntary admission process; alternative transportation model.
  • SB1222: Acute psychiatric patient registry; DBHDS to develop and administer.
  • SB1223: Riding bicycle, electric personal assistive mobility device, etc., while intoxicated; penalty.
  • SB1225: Arts and cultural districts.
  • SB1227: Drug Treatment Court Act; eligibility.
  • SB1228: Va. Fair Housing Law; responsibilities with respect to use of an assistance animal in a dwelling.
  • SB1251: Washington Metrorail Safety Commission Interstate Compact; definitions, Board of Directors.
  • SB1443: Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk, penalties.
  • SB1557: Community health workers; VDH to establish work group to examine risks, etc.
  • SJ68: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established.
  • SJ260: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established (first reference).
  • SJ346: Commending the Fairfax County Health Department.
  • SJ443: Commending Belmont Elementary School.
  • 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.