Del. Harvey Morgan (R-Gloucester)

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Party
Republican
District
98: Counties of Essex, Gloucester, King and Queen (part), King William (part), Mathews, and Middlesex [map]
Took Office
January 1980
Left Office
January 2012
Age
89
Copatroning Habits
72% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 64% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 61% of them are Republicans.
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Bio

Morgan is a pharmacist and an assistant professor of pharmacy at the Medical College of Virginia. He holds undergraduate degrees from Hampden-Sydney College and from MCV. He served two years in the U.S. Navy.

Recent Mentions in the Media

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These are all of the video clips of Harvey Morgan’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2008. There are 97 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB1205: College Building Authority; acquire credit enhancements to secure payment of bonds issued.
  • HB1442: Hunting; practice of falconry, penalty.
  • HB1443: Marijuana; decriminalization of simple possession.
  • HB1444: Voluntary admission; eliminates option therefor to training center upon request of person, etc.
  • HB1445: Land preservation tax credit; limits maximum amount that any taxpayer may receive.
  • HB2260: Contractors, Board for; well water systems provider license, exception.
  • HB2261: Guardian ad litem; requires preliminary hearing be held prior to appointment.
  • HB2262: Green Public Buildings Act; definitions, building standards.
  • HB2263: Commercial fisheries; provides for state and local tax, regulatory relief, and preservation thereof.
  • HB2264: Higher educational institutions; Virginia College Building Authority to issue credit enhancements.
  • HB2265: Local disability services boards; clarification of assistance to local governments.
  • HB2266: Pendente lite custody orders; may be appealed to appropriate appellate court.
  • HB2267: Preneed funeral contracts; final expenses insurance.
  • HB2268: Virginia Peninsula area solid waste management system authority; appointing Board of Directors.
  • HB2507: Deeds and deeds of trust; when trust is grantor or grantee, it shall contain certain names.
  • HB2508: Transportation Board; transfer of interest in and control over landings.
  • HJ725: Commending Rosalyn H. and J.V. White.
  • HJ736: Commending Eldridge N. Cook.
  • HJ956: Commending Betty and Chris Welch.
  • HB1134: Marijuana; decriminalizes simple possession thereof, civil penalty.
  • HB1135: Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit; certain conditions for owner of sewage facility.
  • HB1136: Marijuana for medical purposes; no person shall be prosecuted for possession when issued by doctor.
  • HB1137: Groundwater withdrawal permit fees; increases maximum amount State Water Control Board can charge.
  • HB1138: Food and beverage tax; all counties may impose.
  • HB1139: Distribution of handbills, etc.; grants Town of West Point power to regulate and prohibit.
  • HB1140: State and Local Government Ethics Advisory Council; established.
  • HB1141: Composite index; General Assembly to modify Standards of Quality funding formula and calculation.
  • HB1205: College Building Authority; acquire credit enhancements to secure payment of bonds issued.
  • HB1333: Preneed funeral contracts; SCC to oversee contracts funded by proceeds of life insurance policy.
  • HB1334: Littering; prohibits disposal of cigarette butts on public property.
  • HJ123: Revenue sources, local; joint subcommittee to study ways to improve balance thereof.
  • HJ218: Celebrating the life of John Warren Cooke.
  • HJ262: Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award and the Bay Friendly Farm
  • HJ291: Commending Patrick W. Finnerty.
  • HJ310: Commending Dana B. Hamel.
  • HJ388: Celebrating the life of Patricia Royal Perkinson.
  • HJ434: Commending Joseph H. Maroon.
  • HB315: Marijuana; expungement of charges.
  • HB1310: State Corporation Commission; grants provisional certification of gas distributors.
  • HB1548: Landfills; prohibits those publicly owned from accepting construction and demolition debris.
  • HB1591: Ombudsman, Office of State; created.
  • HB1592: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for donations to out-of-state governmental entities.
  • HB1593: Perpetual care trust fund overpayments; permits a cemetery company to recover.
  • HB1594: Middle Peninsula Chesapeake Bay Public Access Authority; added to list of organizations.
  • HB1595: Middle Peninsula Chesapeake Bay Public Access Authority; receive and expend public funds, etc.
  • HB2464: Higher educational institutions, certain; management agreements with State.
  • HB2465: Removal of public official; no person who signs petition for removal of shall be liable for costs.
  • HB2466: Removal of public official; no person who signs petition for removal of shall be liable for costs.
  • HB2467: Life insurance; funding preneed funeral contracts.
  • HB2468: Marijuana; expungement of charges.
  • HB2469: Waste Management Board; permit issuance process.
  • HJ755: Will F. Jenkins Day; designating as June 27, 2009.
  • HJ773: Celebrating the life of Virginia Tubbs Caskie.
  • HB207: Animal pounds, local; clarifies definition.
  • HB314: Assessors and appraisers; Department of Taxation to establish certification program.
  • HB315: Marijuana; expungement of charges.
  • HB316: Neighborhood Assistance Act; organization to make available to donors balance of tax credit.
  • HB317: State employees; increases health insurance credits for those retired.
  • HB821: Smoke Free Air Act; smoking in public places.
  • HB822: Dishwashing detergents; bans use of phosphorus therein for household dishwashing machines.
  • HB823: Oripavine and lisdexamfetamine; adds to list of Schedule II drugs.
  • HB824: Water quality information; Secretary of Natural Resources to be lead Secretary to coordinate.
  • HB1305: Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; increases annual assessment for physicians.
  • HB1306: Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; increases annual assessment for physicians.
  • HB1307: Credit reports; fee exemption for security freezes for military personnel
  • HB1308: Coastal primary sand dunes; authorizes additional localities to adopt ordinance.
  • HB1309: Income tax, state; riparian waterway tax credit.
  • HB1310: State Corporation Commission; grants provisional certification of gas distributors.
  • HB1548: Landfills; prohibits those publicly owned from accepting construction and demolition debris.
  • HB1576: Pruitt, William A.; awarded handgun for noteworthy service to Marine Resources Commission.
  • HB6045: Motor vehicle titles; transfer of titles for vehicles brought into State from another state.
  • HJ51: Unemployment compensation benefits; Commission on Unemployment Compensation to study.
  • HJ112: Beverage containers; JLARC to include in two-year study analysis of effectiveness of recovery, etc.
  • HJ136: Celebrating the life of Sergeant Mason Lee Lewis.
  • HJ275: Commending Theodore V. Morrison, Jr.
  • HJ305: Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm and the Bay Friendly Farms.
  • HJ407: Celebrating the life of D. Henry Almond.
  • HJ461: Commending Virginia's Rx Partnership and its partners for service to the Commonwealth.
  • HB322: Accident and sickness insurance; ethics and fairness in carrier business practices.
  • HB325: Motor vehicle title loans; caps rate of interest that may be charged.
  • HB936: Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, and Landscape Architects; definitions.
  • HB943: Child labor; hour limits.
  • HB945: Pharmacy benefits managers; requirements for regulation and registration.
  • HB946: Health insurance; assignment of benefits to emergency care physicians.
  • HB1632: Inmate telecommunications systems; State Corporation Commission to regulate charges therefor.
  • HB1633: Mental health, mental retardation, and substance abuse services providers; retaliation prohibited.
  • HB1720: Gold mining, recreational; exempts miners from having to obtain permit if meet certain conditions.
  • HB1948: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for volunteer fire departments and rescue squads.
  • HB1949: Onsite Sewage Indemnification Fund; indemnification claim time.
  • HB1950: Engineers, licensed professional; Board of Health, et al., to accept private site evaluations, etc.
  • HB1951: Traditional onsite sewage system; definition.
  • HB1952: Smoke Free Air Act; created.
  • HB1953: Burial and funeral expenses; preneed contracts.
  • HB1954: Pharmacy benefits managers; regulation thereof.
  • HB1955: Payday loans; requires SCC to contract w/third party to establish database through Internet.
  • HB1956: Motor vehicle title loans; caps rate of interest that may be charged.
  • HB2178: Schedule III controlled substances; adds embutramide to list thereof.
  • HB2778: Marijuana charges; expungement of records .
  • HB2779: Haley's Mill Pond Dam; Virginia Department of Transportation to repair dam in Middlesex County.
  • HB2780: House of Delegates districts; technical adjustment in boundary line within King William County.
  • HB2781: Transfer of highways, etc.; may transfer interest in or control over certain highways, etc.
  • HB2782: Bottomlands; conveyance of state-owned.
  • HB2783: Child labor offenses; civil penalty that may be assessed.
  • HB2784: Electric utility restructuring; rates for customers receiving default service rates.
  • HB3050: Electric utilities; repeals provisions of Electric Utility Restructuring Act.
  • HB3133: Sanitary landfills; Department of Environmental Quality to develop postclosure guidelines.
  • HB3134: Onsite sewage systems; Board of Health to establish program for operation and maintenance thereof.
  • HJ617: Commending West Point Public Schools on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • HJ730: Yorktown Campaign of 1781; recognizing Gloucester County's important role therein.
  • HJ764: Celebrating the life of Specialist Eric Thomas Caldwell.
  • HJ769: Commending the Rx Partenrship for its service to the Commonwealth.
  • HJ917: Commending Margie E. Elliott.
  • HR80: Commending John Warren Cooke.
  • HR81: Commending Poroporone Baptist Church on the occasion of its 200th anniversary.
  • HB322: Accident and sickness insurance; ethics and fairness in carrier business practices.
  • HB323: Accident and sickness insurance; health care provider panel contracts.
  • HB324: Tax refund anticipation loans; requires persons who facilitate to display their fees and info.
  • HB325: Motor vehicle title loans; caps rate of interest that may be charged.
  • HB326: Workers' compensation; adds sole shareholders and members thereof.
  • HB327: Personal property tax; classification of watercraft used for business purposes.
  • HB328: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for funeral expenses.
  • HB788: Health Care, Joint Commission on; repeals sunset provision.
  • HB936: Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, and Landscape Architects; definitions.
  • HB937: Anabolic steroids; electronic ordering of Schedule II drugs and additions to Schedules IV and V.
  • HB938: Game and Inland Fisheries; Board of; changes from a supervisory board to a policy board.
  • HB939: Game wardens; Director of Department of Game and Inland Fisheries given power to appoint.
  • HB940: Rappahannock River; Marine Resources Commission to convey certain lands pertaining thereto.
  • HB941: Workers' compensation liability; corrects the statement of the minimum ratio of debt to equity.
  • HB942: Structured Settlement Protection Act; workers' compensation benefits.
  • HB943: Child labor; hour limits.
  • HB944: Wireless service; commercial mobile radio service is a public utility.
  • HB945: Pharmacy benefits managers; requirements for regulation and registration.
  • HB946: Health insurance; assignment of benefits to emergency care physicians.
  • HB947: George P. Coleman Bridge; tolls to be removed therefrom.
  • HB948: Abandoned vehicles; disposal thereof by localities.
  • HB949: Old City Hall; Director of DGS to record declaration of historic preservation covenants relating.
  • HB1319: Tenants by entireties; allows transfer of real and personal property into trusts.
  • HB1320: Tenants by entireties; protect. against creditors to extend to prop. conveyed to limited liab. com.
  • HB1321: Marijuana; expungement of charges.
  • HB1322: Mental illness; notice of release of acquittee.
  • HB1415: General registrars; shall serve on five-day per week full-time basis.
  • HJ36: Angelman Syndrome Awareness Week.
  • HJ104: Medicaid; Joint Commission on Health Care to form subcommittee to study reform thereof.
  • HJ105: Pocahontas Day.
  • HJ106: American Revolutionary War flags; encouraging return thereof to State and Connecticut.
  • HJ201: Honoring Pocahontas for her vital contributions to the settlement at Jamestown.
  • HJ245: Commending Judge Isaac Clinton Miller.
  • HJ306: Commending the Middle Peninsula Regional Security Center and Superintendent David L. Harmon.
  • HJ5175: Commending the Reverend Marvin F. Kerby, Jr.
  • HR10: State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • HR11: Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member.