Del. Manoli Loupassi (R-Richmond)

Photo of Manoli Loupassi
Party
Republican
District
68: Counties of Chesterfield (part) and Henrico (part); City of Richmond (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2008
Left Office
January 2017
Age
53
Website
delegatemanoliloupassi.com
Twitter
@MLoupassi
Copatroning Habits
64% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 69% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 63% of them are Republicans.
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Bio

Practicing attorney specializing in criminal, traffic and DUI defense. Holds degrees from Washington and Lee and the T.C. Williams School of Law. The child of a Cretan immigrant and a former restauranteur. Former president of the Richmond City Council. Married with three children.

Recent Mentions in the Media

EHS Today: Virginia Governor Signs the Voluntary Protection Programs Act

December 14, 2019 | 1:25 am
  

Richmond.com: Del. Dawn Adams, D-Richmond, beats Republican Garrison Coward in House District 68

November 5, 2019 | 3:00 am
  

Richmond Free Press: Democratic Delegate Dawn Adams faces GOP's Garrison Coward in 68th District House race

October 31, 2019 | 3:00 am
  

Blue Virginia: The Truth About Dominion's Richmond Coliseum Plan

October 6, 2019 | 3:00 am
  

wtvr.com: Your voter's guide to the 2019 Virginia Elections

September 17, 2019 | 3:00 am
  

These are all of the video clips of Manoli Loupassi’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 125 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB1641: Insurance policy limits; disclosure, homeowners or personal injury liability insurance.
  • HB1643: Electronic wills; process for execution of will.
  • HB1644: Driving under influence of alcohol; first offenders, secure transdermal alcohol monitoring.
  • HB1645: State Sickness and Disability Program; benefits.
  • HB1646: Form of garnishment summons; maximum portion of disposable earnings subject to garnishment.
  • HB1647: Presentence report; waiver by defendant.
  • HB1648: Notice by trustee required before foreclosure sale; tenant of property subject to sale.
  • HB1652: City of Richmond general district court; concurrent criminal jurisdiction.
  • HB1654: Examining and approving a statement in lieu of the settlement of accounts; fee for commissioner.
  • HB1811: Unlawful detainer; initial hearings on a summons, etc.
  • HB2386: Unpaid court fines, etc.; increases grace period for collection.
  • HJ782: Election of a Court of Appeals of Virginia Judge, Circuit Court Judges, General District Court Jud
  • HJ1088: Judges; election in circuit court, general district court, etc.
  • HR276: Commending Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church.
  • HR307: Nominating a person to be elected to the Court of Appeals of Virginia.
  • HR308: Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships.
  • HR309: Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships.
  • HR310: Nominating persons to be elected to juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeships.
  • HR311: Nominating persons to be elected a member of the Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission.
  • HR340: Commending Connor's Heroes Foundation.
  • HR411: Commending First Presbyterian Preschool.
  • HR453: Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships.
  • HR454: Nominating a person to be elected to general district court judgeship.
  • HR455: Nominating persons to be elected to juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeships.
  • HR456: Nominating persons to be elected as members of the Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission.
  • HB357: Public schools; physical activity requirement for students in grades kindergarten through five.
  • HB360: Turkey parts; making or selling of tools made from carcasses.
  • HB361: Search warrants; person subject to arrest or who is unlawfully restrained.
  • HB363: State Sickness and Disability Program; benefits.
  • HB364: Court-appointed attorney; increases fee paid for providing representation in commitment proceedings.
  • HB437: Security for appeal; clarifies difference between an appeal bond and a suspending bond, etc.
  • HB441: Nonsuits; tolling of limitations; contractual limitation periods.
  • HB442: Circuit courts; Judicial Council may determine when shall be open for business.
  • HB444: Electric utilities; notice of renewable power options.
  • HB446: Civil judgment procedure; damages, witnesses, failure of defendants to appear.
  • HB635: Criminal convictions; procedure for petition certificate of relief.
  • HB1116: Receipt of pleadings; failure to pay fees in a civil case.
  • HB1117: Immunity of persons at public hearing; awarding of reasonable attorney fees and costs.
  • HB1125: Number of judges; general district court; 25th Judicial District.
  • HB1237: Richmond Metropolitan Transportation Authority; powers.
  • HJ69: Driver's license suspension; use as collection method for unpaid court fines and costs.
  • HJ178: Judges; election in Court of Appeals, circuit court, general district court, etc.
  • HJ210: Judge; election in Supreme Court of Virginia.
  • HJ424: Election of a Supreme Court of Virginia Justice.
  • HJ536: Judges; election in circuit court, general district court, etc.
  • HJ537: Judges; election in Court of Appeals, general district court, etc.
  • HR43: Celebrating the life of John Amos Stillwell.
  • HR44: Celebrating the life of Quentin Thomas Alcorn.
  • HR80: Judge; nomination for election to Court of Appeals.
  • HR81: Judges; nominations for election to circuit court.
  • HR82: Judges; nominations for election to general district court.
  • HR83: Judges; nominations for election to juvenile & domestic relations district court.
  • HR115: Commending Mary Anna Toms Broadbent.
  • HR130: Celebrating the life of John Stewart Bryan III.
  • HR131: Commending Robert Michael Chandler.
  • HR164: Commending St. Mary's Hospital.
  • HR188: Nominating a person to be elected as a justice of the Supreme Court of Virginia.
  • HR213: Nominating a person to be elected as a justice of the Supreme Court of Virginia.
  • HR221: Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships.
  • HR222: Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships.
  • HR223: Nominating persons to be elected to juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeships.
  • HR224: Nominating a person to be elected a member of the Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission.
  • HR242: Nominating a person to be elected as a justice of the Supreme Court of Virginia.
  • HR263: Nominating a person to be elected to the Court of Appeals of Virginia.
  • HR264: Commemorating the 235th anniversary of the defense of Richmond in 1781.
  • HR265: Nominating a person to be elected to a juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeship
  • HB1073: Criminal history record information; unauthorized dissemination, etc., civil action.
  • HB1402: Highway maintenance; payments to City of Richmond for moving-lanes converted to bicycle lanes.
  • HB1691: Alcoholic beverage control; expands definition of day spa.
  • HB1763: Prisoners; secreting or concealing contraband, penalty.
  • HB1764: Criminal history record information; dissemination, etc., civil actions.
  • HB1765: Sheriffs; immunity for actions of deputy.
  • HB1766: Real property tax; exemption for certain leasehold interests.
  • HB1767: Unlawful detainer proceedings; satisfaction of judgments.
  • HB1768: Workplace safety; Voluntary Protection Program.
  • HB1769: Driving after consuming alcohol; persons under age 21.
  • HB1770: Protective orders; person may petition to have police and court records expunged.
  • HB2355: Electronic communication service or remote computing service; obtaining records, real-time data.
  • HJ585: Driver's license; suspension for unpaid court fines and costs.
  • HJ598: Driver's license; suspension for unpaid court fines and costs.
  • HJ687: Judges; election in Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, circuit court, general district court, etc.
  • HJ961: Judges; election in circuit court, general district court, etc.
  • HR191: Celebrating the life of John Sidney Davenport IV.
  • HR193: Celebrating the life of Steve Stavros Calos.
  • HR194: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Joseph Benedict Benedetti.
  • HR208: Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia.
  • HR209: Judges; nominations for election to Court of Appeals of Virginia.
  • HR210: Judges; nominations for election to circuit court.
  • HR211: Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships.
  • HR212: Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court.
  • HR213: Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nominations for election of members.
  • HR234: Celebrating the life of Louise Wenzel Blanchard.
  • HR245: Celebrating the life of R. Fern Spencer.
  • HR262: Commending Karen Cardwell.
  • HR297: Judges; nominations for election to circuit court.
  • HR298: Judges; nominations for election to general district court.
  • HR299: Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court.
  • HB56: Multi-jurisdiction grand juries; numerous changes to laws governing.
  • HB272: Judicial performance evaluation program; evaluation reports on justices and judges.
  • HB273: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; changes applicability, security deposits.
  • HB297: Mechanics' liens; good faith performance by unlicensed contractors.
  • HB298: Firearm possession; involuntary commitment and restoration of rights.
  • HB299: Judicial retirement system; weighted years of service factor.
  • HB300: Tattooing or body piercing; removes from elements of crime requirement that be done for hire, etc.
  • HB301: Business records; admissibility as evidence in any civil proceeding.
  • HB302: Injunctions; expedited review of final and interlocutory orders, opposition to petition for review.
  • HB303: Clerk of court; costs taxed.
  • HB597: Richmond Metropolitan Authority; renamed, composition of Board of Directors.
  • HB712: Treasury, Dept. of, Risk Management Division; liability coverage for certain pro bono attorneys.
  • HB848: Electric utility regulation; recovery of costs of new underground distribution facilities.
  • HB1054: High school diploma course and credit requirements; computer science.
  • HB1073: Criminal history record information; unauthorized dissemination, etc., civil action.
  • HB5007: Judges; authorization to fill certain judgeships and appropriation of funds to pay.
  • HJ43: Day of the Girl; designating as October, 11, 2014 and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ143: Judges; election in Court of Appeals, Circuit Court, General District Court, etc.
  • HJ154: Commending the Chesterfield County Health Department dental unit.
  • HJ155: Commending the Richmond Ambulance Authority.
  • HJ210: Commending CodeVA.
  • HJ231: Commending George J. McVey.
  • HJ260: Judge; election in circuit court.
  • HJ313: Celebrating the life of Joshua P. Darden, Jr.
  • HJ5250: Judges; election in circuit court, general district & juvenile & domestic relations district courts.
  • HR41: Commending the Richmond Ambulance Authority.
  • HR74: Judges; nominating persons to be elected to the Court of Appeals of Virginia.
  • HR75: Judges; nominating persons to be elected to Circuit Court judgeships.
  • HR76: Judges; nominating persons to be elected to General District Court judgeships.
  • HR77: Judges; nominating persons to be elected to Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court.
  • HR97: Celebrating the life of Robert V. Hatcher, Jr.
  • HR102: Judge; nomination for election to circuit court.
  • HR507: Commending Boy Scouts of America Troop 840.
  • HR538: Celebrating the life of Phyllis Eason Galanti.
  • HR576: Judges; nominations for election to circuit court.
  • HR577: Judges; nominations for election to general district court.
  • HR578: Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court.
  • HB107: Richmond Metropolitan Authority; composition of Board of Directors, powers.
  • HB173: Interpreters; cost shall be borne by non-English-speaking defendant if he is convicted of offense.
  • HB992: Assault and battery; Class 1 misdemeanor against a family or household member.
  • HB1254: Unemployment benefits; symphony orchestra performers.
  • HB1302: Tolling fees; prevents VDOT from charging monthly fees for payment program and its transponders.
  • HB1542: Online case management system; removal of defendant's name.
  • HB1544: Lawyers; client accounts.
  • HB1546: Service of process; makes several changes to how process is made on nonresidents, etc.
  • HB1551: Discovery rule; statute of limitations.
  • HB1552: Punitive damages; increases cap to reflect effect of inflation.
  • HB1553: Real property tax assessment; affordable housing.
  • HB1554: Risk management plans; insurance coverage for sheriffs or deputies, limitation on liability.
  • HB1732: Richmond Metropolitan Authority; composition of Board of Directors, powers.
  • HB1733: Workers' compensation; peer review of services rendered by physicians.
  • HB1734: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; technical amendments.
  • HB1843: Cannabinoids, research chemicals, synthetic; penalties.
  • HB1845: Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Reward Fund; amount of reward.
  • HB1848: Reckless driving; using a handheld personal communications device, penalty.
  • HJ592: Celebrating the life of Benjamin Rice Lacy IV.
  • HJ593: Commending Robert M. Berry.
  • HJ594: Constitutional amendment; limit on appropriations (first reference).
  • HJ595: Child sexual abuse, alleged; VSCC to study laws and policies governing investigation.
  • HJ637: Commending School of Professional and Continuing Studies at the University of Richmond.
  • HJ708: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Constantine Nicholas Dombalis.
  • HJ709: Celebrating the life of the Most Reverend Walter F. Sullivan.
  • HJ811: Commending Ralph R. White, Jr.
  • HJ812: Celebrating the life of Robert Hobson Patterson, Jr.
  • HJ823: Barbershop Harmony Week; designating as first full week in April 2013, and each succeeding year.
  • HJ848: Celebrating the life of Murray J. Janus.
  • HJ849: Celebrating the life of Charles Taft Peters, Jr.
  • HR83: Celebrating the life of Landon White Trigg.
  • HR122: Commending Chris Nalley.
  • HR152: Commending Stephanie Copeland.
  • HR215: Commending Crestwood Elementary School.
  • HB99: Leased vehicles' registration; DMV to obtain name of business, street address, etc. of lessees.
  • HB100: Lawyers; client accounts.
  • HB101: Rules of Evidence; adoption of amendments or additions of Rules by Supreme Court of Virginia, etc.
  • HB102: Injunctions; requirement for bond.
  • HB103: Consumer utility tax; exemption for public utilities, etc. on natural gas used to make electricity.
  • HB104: Divorce; failure to respond by defendant.
  • HB105: Machinery and equipment recyclable materials; tax credit for those used by certain manufacturers.
  • HB106: Driver's licenses; required to show street address of licensee's principal residence in State.
  • HB107: Richmond Metropolitan Authority; composition of Board of Directors, powers.
  • HB172: Hunting; knowingly trespassing while carrying a firearm, penalty.
  • HB173: Interpreters; cost shall be borne by non-English-speaking defendant if he is convicted of offense.
  • HB986: Cannabinoids, synthetic; amends provisions regarding criminalization.
  • HB987: Financial exploitation of incapacitated adults; penalties.
  • HB988: Medical Fraud Control Unit; Attorney General to appoint investigators.
  • HB991: Charter schools; school personnel need not be employees of local school board.
  • HB992: Assault and battery; Class 1 misdemeanor against a family or household member.
  • HB1254: Unemployment benefits; symphony orchestra performers.
  • HB1296: Huguenot Memorial Bridge; sets maximum speed limit on Bridge in City of Richmond.
  • HJ1: Celebrating the life of Patricia Roupas Sotos.
  • HJ13: Ignition interlock; State Crime Commission to study installation for DUI first offender, etc.
  • HJ14: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Lemuel Early DeBerry.
  • HJ15: Celebrating the life of A.B. Harrelson, M.D.
  • HJ16: Celebrating the life of Guy Milton Cheatham, Jr.
  • HJ26: Celebrating the life of Alice Clarke Lynch.
  • HJ179: Commending Lawrence G. Sprader.
  • HJ327: Commending Manchester Lodge No. 14, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons.
  • HJ408: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas Nelson Nance.
  • HJ452: Celebrating the life of Edgar Clarence Eck, Jr.
  • HJ496: Commending the St. Christopher's School wrestling team on winning its eleventh consecutive VISAA.
  • HR1: Commending Dianne E. Pettitt.
  • HB2: Income tax, state; small business investment tax credit.
  • HB1229: Higher educational institutions; active duty military students may return without reapplying.
  • HB1403: Eluding police; vehicle driven shall be forfeited and sold by sheriff.
  • HB1405: Revocation of law license; petition for reinstatement of law license of members of General Assembly.
  • HB1406: Pretrial appeal by State attorney; ruling by juvenile & domestic relations district court, etc.
  • HB1416: Instructional spending; expenditures and reports.
  • HB1417: Abusive conduct or actions; penalty for engaging in or using.
  • HB1429: DUI Personal Responsibility Initiative Fund; created.
  • HB1436: Automatic dialing-announcing devices; debt collections.
  • HB1446: General district court; extends concurrent jurisdiction.
  • HB1453: Hearings in Supreme Court of Virginia; complaints filed by Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission.
  • HB1479: Search warrant affidavit; public availability.
  • HB1605: Patient records; falsifying records with intent to defraud is guilty of Class 1 misdemeanor.
  • HB1606: Incapacitated adults; abuse and neglect.
  • HB1607: Crimes against adults 60 years of age or older; increases criminal penalties.
  • HB2363: Multijurisdiction grand jury; investigate violation including insurance fraud.
  • HB2454: Medical Fraud Control Unit; authorizes Attorney General to appoint investigators.
  • HJ498: Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public uses.
  • HJ499: Constitutional amendment; limits total on appropriations (first reference).
  • HJ504: Celebrating the life of Dalton Rotruck Duling.
  • HJ507: Celebrating the life of Lora McGlasson Robins.
  • HJ512: Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month; designating as November 2011, and each succeeding year.
  • HJ517: Commending the Virginia Child Identification Program.
  • HJ541: Celebrating the life of Dorothy Irene Height.
  • HJ688: Celebrating the life of Mair Williams Conrad.
  • HJ689: Celebrating the life of John Howlett Woodfin.
  • HJ690: Celebrating the life of Frank P. Soden.
  • HJ691: Commending St. Catherine's School.
  • HJ692: Commending Gary Franke.
  • HJ703: Celebrating the life of James A. Eichner.
  • HJ795: Celebrating the life of Wilbur Coleman Allen.
  • HJ797: Celebrating the life of the Honorable James Bernard Wilkinson.
  • HJ812: Commending the James River High School boys' volleyball team.
  • HJ830: Celebrating the life of Joseph Glenwood Baker.
  • HJ896: Celebrating the life of Former Delegate FitzGerald Bemiss.
  • HJ981: Commending Union Cycliste Internationale.
  • HB1: Electronic mail, unsolicited commercial; narrows scope of spam statute, penalty.
  • HB2: Income tax, state; small business investment tax credit.
  • HB5: Claims; Victor Anthony Burnette.
  • HB95: Secondary highway system; requirements for taking new streets into system.
  • HB96: Instructional spending; local school board to report expenditures annually.
  • HB97: Driver's license, restricted; issuance to out-of-state drivers.
  • HB98: Learner's permit, restricted; DMV to issue to certain persons 25 years of age or older.
  • HB99: Appeal bonds; adds unlawful detainer cases to list of actions for which an indigent must post bond.
  • HB100: Assault and battery; penalty when against magistrate.
  • HB101: General registrar; power to request information to determine applicant's qualification to vote, etc.
  • HB102: Petit larceny; allows court to defer and dismiss first-offense charge.
  • HB103: Fair Housing Law; removes exemption of private individuals who sell or rent by owner, etc.
  • HB104: Elections; increases duration of time between filing deadlines and November elections.
  • HB105: Appeals; court may impose additional requirements to security posted.
  • HB603: Workers' Compensation Commission; notices, orders, etc., by electronic communications.
  • HB1210: Judges; allowed to carry a concealed handgun without a permit at all times.
  • HB1229: Higher educational institutions; active duty military students may return without reapplying.
  • HB1324: ABC; consumption of lawfully acquired wine at certain licensed establishments.
  • HJ1: Celebrating the life of Al Rosenbaum.
  • HJ26: Constitutional amendment; limits total appropriations in a year to preceding year's total.
  • HJ154: Mental health courts; Crime Commission to study costs and benefits of establishing courts.
  • HJ248: Commending Captain Jabari B. Craddock.
  • HJ249: Celebrating the life of Alexander Lebenstein.
  • HJ250: Celebrating the life of Carl Joseph Koenig, Sr.
  • HJ353: Commending Millard D. Stith, Jr.
  • HR30: Commending Lt. Robert C. Marland.
  • HB878: School divisions, local; requires 65% of each education dollar to be spent in classroom, report.
  • HB1427: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: SHAG DANCE CLUBS OF VIRGINIA.
  • HB1796: Unsolicited bulk electronic mail; penalty.
  • HB1797: Unsolicited bulk electronic mail (spam); penalty.
  • HB1798: Rental agreement; early termination by military personnel.
  • HB1799: The Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Protection Act; established.
  • HB1800: School divisions, local; requires 65% of each education dollar to be spent in classroom, report.
  • HB1801: Conservators of peace, special; those employed by locality authorized to use flashing blue lights.
  • HB1802: Behavioral health authority; allows member of local government to member of board of directors.
  • HB1803: Retail Sales and Use Tax; revenues generated on premises of new stadium to be used to pay bonds.
  • HB1804: Judges and justices; General Assembly to approve those retired for recall as substitutes.
  • HB1805: Ignition interlock; operation of motor vehicle without, penalty.
  • HB1806: Disorderly conduct; conduct punishable thereas.
  • HB1807: Marijuana; illegal to transport into State unless authorized under Drug Control Act, penalty.
  • HB2623: Multijurisdiction grand jury; jurisdiction to include investigation of trademark infringement.
  • HJ122: Constitutional amendment; localities computation of real estate taxes (first reference).
  • HJ622: Celebrating the life of Dr. Charles Lewis Baird, Jr.
  • HJ662: Commending William H. Baxter.
  • HJ789: Constitutional amendment; limits appropriations in fiscal year to preceding year's (1st reference).
  • HJ790: Inspector general, office of; joint subcommittee study need to establish to investigate fraud, etc.
  • HJ843: Commending the Virginia Council for Private Education on the occasion of its 35th anniversary.
  • HJ921: Commending Saint Bridget Catholic Church on the occasion of its 60th anniversary.
  • HJ958: Commending the St. Christopher's School wrestling team.
  • HB875: Handbills, etc.; distribution in Spotsylvania County and City of Richmond.
  • HB876: DUI Court; establishing in City of Colonial Heights and Chesterfield County.
  • HB877: Community development authority board; City of Richmond appoint seven members.
  • HB878: School divisions, local; requires 65% of each education dollar to be spent in classroom, report.
  • HB879: Affordable dwelling unit ordinances; may establish requirement that prices for resale be controlled.
  • HB880: Incarceration; waiving interest during period thereof.
  • HB881: Employment Commission; authorizes final orders to be recorded and satisfied as orders.
  • HB882: Administrative orders; collection of interest.
  • HB1427: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: SHAG DANCE CLUBS OF VIRGINIA.
  • HB1502: Alcoholic beverage control; canal boat operator license created.
  • HB1503: Real estate tax; exemptions for elderly and handicapped persons in certain cities and counties.
  • HJ122: Constitutional amendment; localities computation of real estate taxes (first reference).
  • HJ250: Celebrating the life of Frank Randall Marrs.
  • HJ300: Celebrating the life of Joseph C. Carter, Jr.
  • HJ301: Celebrating the life of Philip Bagley III.
  • HJ310: Celebrating the life of Mildred Callahan Jones.
  • HJ6051: Commending the James River High School baseball team.
  • HR37: Celebrating the life of Georgina Marraccini Rawles.