Del. Glenn Davis (R-Virginia Beach)

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Party
Republican
District
84: City of Virginia Beach (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2014
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Education, General Laws, Transportation
Website
glennrdavis.com
Copatroning Habits
65% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 59% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 57% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
33.3% in 2018

These are all of the video clips of Glenn Davis’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2014. There are 22 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB966: Income tax, sales tax, etc.; refundable credit for certain local taxes.
  • HB1855: Charitable Gaming Board; Texas Hold'em poker events.
  • HB1900: Health Care Provider Credentials Data Solution Fund; created, blockchain technology.
  • HB2124: Length of school term; waiver for evacuation.
  • HB2125: Education, Board of; alternative pathway to the advanced studies diploma.
  • HB2126: Accident and sickness insurance; step therapy protocols.
  • HB2127: Children; maximizing amount of time minor children spend with each parent.
  • HB2163: New media and technology innovation; establishes income tax credit.
  • HB2164: Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; redefines 'small business.'
  • HB2165: Income tax, state; credit for solar energy equipment.
  • HB2245: Tetrahydrocannabinol; products containing, permits to process and dispense cannabidiol oil.
  • HB2246: Higher Education Advisory Committee; higher education funding, report.
  • HB2415: Business records; electronically registered on a blockchain self-authenticating document.
  • HB2416: Public charter schools; additional student services, etc.
  • HB2595: CIO; transition of web-based services for executive branch agencies to cloud-based server solutions.
  • HB2707: Virginia Charitable Gaming Board; conduct of charitable gaming.
  • HB373: Multistate Tax Commission; the Commonwealth to become associate member.
  • HB375: Local government; prohibiting certain practices requiring contractors to provide compensation, etc.
  • HB376: Secure and Resilient Commonwealth Panel; changes appointing authorities for members.
  • HB386: Health insurance; step therapy protocols.
  • HB395: Education improvement scholarships tax credit; eligibility requirements.
  • HB398: Virginia Public Procurement Act; bid, performance, and payment bonds, waiver by localities, sunset.
  • HB576: High school graduation requirements; substitution of computer coding for foreign language credit.
  • HB589: Higher educational institutions, public and private; diplomas, proof of education.
  • HB657: Virginia Public Procurement Act; competitive sealed bidding.
  • HB673: Transitional Medical Assistance Services Program; established, report.
  • HB674: Common Interest Community Board; developer may obtain surety bond or letter of credit.
  • HB798: Income tax, state; apportionment of sales for debt buyers.
  • HB804: VEDP; grants and other economic incentive programs administered.
  • HB966: Income tax, sales tax, etc.; refundable credit for certain local taxes.
  • HB969: Workers' compensation; statutory employers, exclusions.
  • HB982: Higher educational institutions, public; funding.
  • HB1351: Joint legal, joint physical, or sole child custody; court shall consider and may award.
  • HB1509: Charitable Gaming Board; Texas Hold'em poker events.
  • HB1512: Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and room and board, enrollment.
  • HB1530: High schools; Board of Education to make recommendations.
  • HJ153: State recordkeeping, etc.; joint subcommittee to study implementation of blockchain technology.
  • HJ345: Commending the Department of General Services.
  • HJ393: Celebrating the life of Loretta H. Tate.
  • HJ563: Commending Dan Ryan, Sr.
  • HB362: Accident and sickness insurance; step therapy protocols, disclosure of information.
  • HB966: Income tax, corporate; apportionment of income to Virginia.
  • HB969: Virginia Retail Sales and Use Tax Act; conforms the Commonwealth's sales and use tax laws.
  • HB1499: Apportionment of income; corporate income tax.
  • HB1501: Virginia Retail Sales and Use Tax Act.
  • HB1502: Communications sales and use tax; sales price.
  • HB1503: Membership in Multistate Tax Commission.
  • HB1637: Possession or distribution of marijuana for medical purposes; Crohn's disease.
  • HB1752: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority (VEDP); grants and other economic incentives.
  • HB1753: Local government; prohibiting certain practice requiring contractors to provide compensation, etc.
  • HB1754: Securities Act; regulation of federal covered securities.
  • HB1755: Step therapy protocols; disclosures.
  • HB1756: Education improvement scholarships tax credit; eligibility requirements.
  • HB2378: High school graduation requirements; substitution of computer coding for foreign language credit.
  • HB2436: Auditor of Public Accounts; online database, register of funds expended.
  • HB2437: Virginia Public Procurement Act; use of best value contracting.
  • HJ618: Study; the costs and benefits of assisting localities in alleviating pay compression.
  • HJ619: Study; Tax Commissioner to study disincentives to upgrade machinery and tools; report.
  • HJ621: Commending Matthew A. Gump.
  • HJ824: Commending Colonel Edward D. Shames, USA, Ret.
  • HR357: Commending Chantel Ray.
  • HB264: Local government; prohibiting certain practices requiring contractors to provide compensation, etc.
  • HB265: Charter schools, public; amount appropriated to local school boards.
  • HB266: Law libraries; assessment as part of cost in civil actions.
  • HB358: School security funds; certain private elementary and secondary schools.
  • HB359: Multistate Tax Commission; the Commonwealth to become associate member.
  • HB362: Accident and sickness insurance; step therapy protocols, disclosure of information.
  • HB365: Adaptive Learning Tools Grant Fund; established.
  • HB366: Disposition of unclaimed property; intangible property held by locality.
  • HB367: Nonconforming uses; uses that do not conform to zoning prescribed for district, etc.
  • HB368: Firearms; disposition of those acquired by localities.
  • HB454: Motor vehicles; vehicles not to be equipped with televisions and video within view of driver.
  • HB455: Virginia Employment Commission; work group, unemployment benefit charges.
  • HB929: Cybersecurity; promotion of industry in the Commonwealth.
  • HB930: Virginia Public Procurement Act; procurement of information technology goods and services.
  • HB964: Contractors, Board for; exemptions from licensure.
  • HB965: Public schools; organizations governing interscholastic programs.
  • HB966: Income tax, corporate; apportionment of income to Virginia.
  • HB967: School term; waiver of length of school term, early course mastery.
  • HB968: Mortgage lenders and mortgage brokers, licensed; posting license.
  • HB969: Virginia Retail Sales and Use Tax Act; conforms the Commonwealth's sales and use tax laws.
  • HB1227: Securities Act; registration exemptions.
  • HB1327: Local law-enforcement agencies; body-worn cameras.
  • HB1372: Autonomous vehicles and piloted vehicles; definitions.
  • HB1373: Virginia Public Procurement Act; design-build contracts, purchase of intellectual property.
  • HJ67: Commending SCORE Hampton Roads.
  • HJ450: Commending Macon and Joan Brock.
  • HJ453: Commending Dollar Tree, Inc.
  • HJ454: Commending The Basilica of Saint Mary of the Immaculate Conception.
  • HJ502: Commending Janet J. Zitt.
  • HJ513: Commending Green Run Collegiate.
  • HB381: Income tax, state; tax credit for principal paid on business loans.
  • HB388: Charter schools; funding.
  • HB1278: Unemployment compensation; employer responsibility for benefit charges.
  • HB1313: School Performance Report Card; rankings.
  • HB1314: Student eligibility for in-state tuition at public institutions of higher education; state subsidy.
  • HB1415: Public schools; organizations governing interscholastic programs.
  • HB1608: Local government; prohibits practices that would require contractors to provide benefits.
  • HB1623: Securities Act; crowdfunding exemption.
  • HB1624: Multistate Tax Commission; Tax Commissioner to take steps for Va. to become an associate member.
  • HB1709: Offshore natural gas and oil; allocation of royalties.
  • HB1985: Virginia Science Technology Engineering and Applied Mathematics (STEAM) Academy, Inc.; established.
  • HB2220: Charter schools; per pupil funding to be allocated by local school board on a noncategorical basis.
  • HB2221: DUI; preliminary analysis of saliva.
  • HB2225: Income tax, state; tax credit for principal paid on business loans.
  • HB2233: Taxation, Commissioner of the Department of; working group to evaluate market-based sourcing.
  • HB2341: Unclaimed property; disposition, contents of reports, notice published by State Treasurer.
  • HJ947: Commending 360IT Partners.
  • HJ948: Commending Michael Torrech.
  • HB381: Income tax, state; tax credit for principal paid on business loans.
  • HB382: Charter schools; funding.
  • HB388: Charter schools; funding.
  • HB422: Local government; prohibit certain practices requiring contractors to provide certain benefits, etc.
  • HB442: Income tax, corporate; market-based sourcing.
  • HB443: Financial institutions; broadens definition.
  • HB589: Personal property tax; exemption for household goods.
  • HB617: Personal property tax; classification.
  • HB1082: School boards, local; unlawful hiring practices.
  • HB1271: School boards, local; required training for certain members.
  • HJ5253: Commending Betsy Doxey.