Senator Janet Howell (D-Reston)

Photo of Janet Howell
Party
Democratic
District
32: Fairfax County (Part), Arlington County (Part) [map]
Took Office
January 1992
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Courts of Justice, Education and Health, Finance, Public Education, Campaigns and Elections
Website
janethowell.com
Copatroning Habits
73% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 65% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 57% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
25% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Inside NoVA: At Tysons forum, electeds sound off on General Assembly, I-66, education

June 14, 2017
As it has had to do since 2007, the General Assembly this year bridged a budgetary shortfall, this one for $1.2 billion, said state Sen. Janet Howell (D-32nd). Howell lamented that the General Assembly did not expand Medicaid in the commonwealth, which ...

Reston Now: Janet Howell Recovering From Cancer Treatment

September 10, 2015
Janet Howell/Courtesy office of Janet Howell State Sen. Janet Howell (D-32nd) announced on Thursday she is recovering from breast cancer treatment. The Reston resident, who has served in Richmond since 1992, said in her newsletter to constituents that ...

Roanoke Times: One senator sees conflict as bills addressing higher-ed cost are thwarted

February 14, 2017
Meanwhile, Senate-approved legislation to provide consumer protection to student borrowers was rejected by the House Commerce and Labor Committee. The legislation (SB 1053), sponsored by Sen. Janet Howell, D-Fairfax, was known as the Student ...and more »

WTOP: Warning labels on guns, armed school security among bills Va. lawmakers to consider

January 4, 2017
The gun-related bills can generate attention in Richmond, but with Republicans in control in the General Assembly, and a Democratic governor, the bills have often stalled in recent years. A bill introduced by Sen. Janet Howell, D-Fairfax, would require ...and more »

wtvr.com: Senate Committee rejects 2 pro-choice bills despite strong support

January 27, 2017
SB 1549, introduced by Sen. Jennifer Wexton, D-Leesburg, would have removed certain state-imposed restrictions on Virginia women seeking an abortion. Those restrictions include the performance of an ultrasound and the requirement that facilities that ...and more »

These are all of the video clips of Janet Howell’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since 2009. There are 227 video clips in all.

Bills

  • SB52: Virginia Student Loan Refinancing Authority; established, report.
  • SB200: Qualified equity and subordinated debt investments; raises cap on total amount of credits.
  • SB844: Absentee voting; no-excuse in-person available 21 days prior to election.
  • SB845: Absentee voting; eligibility of certain caregivers.
  • SB878: Congressional and state legislative districts.
  • SB880: Genetic counselors; licensing; grandfather clause.
  • SB893: Firearm locks required for sale or transfer of handguns; warning against accessibility to children.
  • SB1033: Breach of payroll data; notification requirement.
  • SB1034: Historic rehabilitation; limits amount of tax credits that may be claimed by each taxpayer.
  • SB1035: Student loan servicers; student loan ombudsman.
  • SB1036: Virginia Student Loan Refinancing Authority; established, report.
  • SB1039: Protective orders; possession of firearms; felony.
  • SB1052: Terrorist organization, designated; providing material support or resources, exemptions, penalty.
  • SB1053: Student loans; licensing of qualified education loan servicers, report, civil penalties.
  • SB1352: Capital cases; replacing certain terminology.
  • SB1390: Cigarettes; purchase for resale, penalties.
  • SB1419: Temporary detention order; minimum time period for person to be held.
  • SB1445: Criminal cases; admissibility of prior inconsistent statements.
  • SB1479: Relief; Keith Allen Harward.
  • SJ290: Constitutional amendment; criteria for electoral districts (first reference).
  • SR149: Commending the Virginia Commission for the Arts.
  • SB11: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; prohibited publication of registrant employment.
  • SB49: Protective orders; possession of firearms, penalty.
  • SB50: Courthouse and courtroom security; assessment.
  • SB51: Virginia Retirement System; technical corrections to programs.
  • SB52: Virginia Student Loan Refinancing Authority; established, report.
  • SB57: Judges; increases number in 19th and 25th Judicial Districts.
  • SB59: Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria for drawing districts.
  • SB160: Transient occupancy tax; reinstates authority of Arlington County to impose.
  • SB161: Research and development; modifies expense tax credits.
  • SB162: Family violence fatality review teams; definition of fatal family violence incident.
  • SB176: Organ donation; indication consent to remain on driver's license.
  • SB200: Qualified equity and subordinated debt investments; raises cap on total amount of credits.
  • SB289: Virginia taxable income; deduction for personal exemptions.
  • SB325: Department of Taxation; disclosure of certain tax information.
  • SB360: Teachers; Superintendent of Public Instruction to provide a model exit questionnaire.
  • SB423: Asset forfeiture; seizure of property, report.
  • SB603: Absentee voting; no-excuse in-person available 21 days prior to election.
  • SB604: Student loan servicers; student loan ombudsman.
  • SJ8: Commending Joseph L. Ritchey.
  • SJ132: Celebrating the life of Robert E. Simon, Jr.
  • SJ150: Commending Beloved Yoga.
  • SJ151: Commending Leila Gordon.
  • SJ152: Commending Jim Elder.
  • SJ214: Commending Robert A. Stalzer.
  • SB4: Sexual and Domestic Violence Subfund; funding of sexual and domestic violence prevention, etc.
  • SB36: Writ of actual innocence; biological evidence, petitioners pro se.
  • SB37: Conservation police officers; appointment by Director of Department of Game and Inland Fisheries.
  • SB677: Absentee voting; persons eligible to vote absentee in person.
  • SB679: Adoption; person other than spouse of birth or adoptive parent may adopt child.
  • SB736: Courthouse and courtroom security; increases assessment.
  • SB816: Absentee voting; reason for application.
  • SB817: Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure of information.
  • SB836: Motorcycles; standing on footpegs when dictated by safety concerns.
  • SB905: Educational Improvement Scholarships Tax; norm-referenced tests to be Board approved.
  • SB906: Absentee voting; information required on application.
  • SB907: Absentee ballots; name and address of voter.
  • SB909: Protective orders; person subject to an order is prohibited from possessing a firearm, penalty.
  • SB930: Virginia Military Family Relief Fund; benefits for state active duty missions.
  • SB933: Individual income tax subtraction; discharge of student loan.
  • SB1009: Income tax, state; deduction for long-term health care insurance premiums.
  • SB1010: Taxation, Department of; disclosure of information.
  • SB1056: Child pornography and obscenity offenses; penalties.
  • SB1057: Advisory Committee on Sexual and Domestic Violence.
  • SB1094: Sexual and Domestic Violence, Advisory Committee on; established.
  • SJ5: Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference).
  • SJ213: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); marriage.
  • SJ218: Teachers; Department of Education to study implementing program to track turnover.
  • SJ233: Constitutional amendment; congressional and state legislative districts.
  • SJ342: Commending Leidos.
  • SJ343: Commending Francis C. Steinbauer.
  • SJ344: Commending Casey Veatch.
  • SB3: Absentee voting; allows qualified voters to vote absentee in person without an excuse.
  • SB4: Sexual and Domestic Violence Subfund; funding of sexual and domestic violence prevention, etc.
  • SB36: Writ of actual innocence; biological evidence, petitioners pro se.
  • SB37: Conservation police officers; appointment by Director of Department of Game and Inland Fisheries.
  • SB200: Temporary detention order; facility of detention.
  • SB215: Virginia College Savings Plan; Plan established as a body politic and corporate.
  • SB284: Kinship care; DSS shall review current policy governing placement of children to avoid foster care.
  • SB285: Civil penalty; untaxed tobacco products.
  • SB329: New homes; implied warranty.
  • SB330: Genetic counseling; regulation of practice, licensure, advisory board established.
  • SB331: Investigation of cases involving alleged sexual abuse of a child; qualifications of investigator.
  • SB332: Abuse or neglect of a child, suspected; reports to law enforcement.
  • SB336: Adoption; person other than spouse of a parent may adopt child.
  • SB357: Competency to stand trial; recommended treatment by qualified mental health expert.
  • SB390: School Safety, Virginia Center for; name change.
  • SB452: License plate reader database; Department of State Police to maintain database.
  • SB539: Education, Secretary of; annual report to Governor and General Assembly.
  • SB541: Criminal defendant; competency reports for restoration providers.
  • SB640: Witnesses; right to nondisclosure of certain information.
  • SJ5: Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference).
  • SJ8: Celebrating the life of William Jarvie Nicoson.
  • SJ9: Celebrating the life of Dr. Thomas Anderson Wilkins.
  • SJ16: Mental health and criminal justice system; joint subcommittee to study.
  • SJ116: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ128: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ134: Commending Brennan & Waite, P.L.C.
  • SJ135: Commending Carol Ann Bradley.
  • SJ136: Commending Bonnie Haukness.
  • SJ137: Commending Cooley LLP.
  • SJ152: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ158: Commending Robert E. Simon, Jr.
  • SJ5016: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ5017: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ5022: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ5037: Confirming Governor's appointments of certain persons.
  • SJ5079: Commending James W. Lintott.
  • SR50: Commending the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project partners.
  • SB88: Driver's licenses; requires DMV send initial notice of suspension or revocation by certified mail.
  • SB90: Private security services; allows those out-of-state to contract with those licensed in State.
  • SB92: Nursing homes; involuntary discharge notification.
  • SB93: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing word: RESTON! and legend: LIVE WORK PLAY.
  • SB702: Absentee voting; persons eligible to vote by absentee ballot.
  • SB718: Child support; imputation of income, custodial parent attendance in educational, etc., program.
  • SB851: Transient occupancy tax; reinstates authority of Arlington County to impose additional tax, etc.
  • SB893: Public schools; possession & administration of epinephrine by employees of local governing bodies.
  • SB911: Firearms; criminal history records check required for transfer, penalties.
  • SB981: Handheld personal communications devices; unlawful to use on school property or crossing, etc.
  • SB1004: Landlord and tenant laws; early termination of rental agreements by victims of family abuse, etc.
  • SB1015: Prostitution; solicitation of a minor, penalty.
  • SB1016: Protective orders; exempt from stay pending appeal.
  • SB1017: Contraband cigarettes, tax-paid; increases penalty for possession with intent to distribute.
  • SB1018: Unstamped cigarettes; sale, purchase, possession, etc., for purpose of evading taxes, penalties.
  • SB1019: Counterfeit cigarettes; penalties.
  • SB1020: RICO; contraband cigarettes, penalties.
  • SB1021: Cigarette and other tobacco products taxes; electronic transactions.
  • SB1022: Contraband cigarettes; allows forfeiture if possesed in violation of laws regarding sale.
  • SB1024: Administrative Process Act; exemption for Department of Criminal Justice Services.
  • SB1026: Law-enforcement officers; grounds for decertification, DCJS authorized to waive requirements.
  • SB1359: Funeral services; adds to definition of next of kin.
  • SJ5: Constitutional amendment; contributions to defined benefit retirement plan maintained for employees.
  • SJ316: Death penalty; JLARC to study direct and indirect monetary costs.
  • SJ387: Celebrating the life of Agnes Strauss Wolf.
  • SJ388: Commending William G. Bouie.
  • SJ389: Commending Ed Robichaud.
  • SJ390: Commending Doug Bush.
  • SJ391: Commending Friends of the Reston Regional Library.
  • SB12: Elections; absentee voting.
  • SB88: Driver's licenses; requires DMV send initial notice of suspension or revocation by certified mail.
  • SB89: Garnishment; corrects form listing exemptions.
  • SB90: Private security services; allows those out-of-state to contract with those licensed in State.
  • SB91: Sexually violent predators; civil commitment, report.
  • SB92: Nursing homes; involuntary discharge notification.
  • SB93: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing word: RESTON! and legend: LIVE WORK PLAY.
  • SB111: Sanctions with Unified Rapid Enforcement (SURE); created.
  • SB298: Virginia Retirement System; fiscal impact analysis of employer contribution rates.
  • SB299: Kinship foster care placements; Commissioner of Social Services may grant variance from requirement.
  • SB300: Protective orders; various changes to provisions governing those issued by court, venue.
  • SB301: Sexual assault response teams; State attorney to invite chiefs of campus police to annual meeting.
  • SB302: Campus police; mutual aid agreements with local law-enforcement agencies and State Police.
  • SB303: Child abuse; mandatory reporting by public and private college employees.
  • SB542: Health insurance coverage for autism spectrum disorder; deletes certain requirements for analysts.
  • SB557: Assistive Technology Loan Fund Authority; approval of loan applications.
  • SB596: Assisted living facilities and adult foster care homes; may accept third-party payments.
  • SJ5: Constitutional amendment; contributions to defined benefit retirement plan maintained for employees.
  • SJ21: Cigarette trafficking, illegal; Virginia State Crime Commission to study practice thereof.
  • SJ156: Commending the McLean Project for the Arts.
  • SJ157: Commending Rose Pleskow.
  • SJ176: Commending Graceful Spaces.
  • SJ177: Commending Wee Play.
  • SJ178: Commending Janet and Vade Bolton.
  • SB80: Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act; established.
  • SB84: Voluntary admission; person admitted to facility for mental health treatment after detention order.
  • SB85: Involuntary temporary detention order; hearing after execution.
  • SB86: Voluntary admission; person admitted to facility for mental health treatment after detention order.
  • SB624: Voter lists; expands list of people and organizations who may purchase list of registered voters.
  • SB742: Neighborhood assistance tax credits; eligibility of certain pharmacists.
  • SB750: Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act; established.
  • SB943: Information Technology Advisory Council; advise CIO on creation of technology application framework.
  • SB944: Driver training standards; establish for law-enforcement pursuits and for emergency calls.
  • SB945: Voters; when name is erroneously omitted from pollbook.
  • SB946: School buses; installation of video-monitoring systems thereon by school divisions.
  • SB947: Primary schedule in 2011; moves primary date to September 13, 2011 in anticipation of redistricting.
  • SB948: Juvenile dispositions; gives circuit court authority to modify finding of guilt, etc.
  • SB949: Elections; qualified voters may vote absentee in person without providing an excuse or reason.
  • SB1061: State employee health insurance plan; coverage for autism spectrum disorder.
  • SB1062: Health insurance; mandated coverage for autism spectrum disorder.
  • SB1227: Electronic visitation and messaging with prisoners; sheriffs, etc., to charge fee for use.
  • SB1390: Life insurance; specified disease coverage or limited benefit health coverage.
  • SJ324: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ325: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ326: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ327: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ329: Economic development incentive grants; JLARC to study effectiveness in State.
  • SJ371: Constitutional amendment; contributions to defined benefit retirement plans maintained for employee.
  • SJ372: Commending Marie Ridder.
  • SJ384: Commending Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts.
  • SJ385: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ429: Commending James and Karen Connell Cleveland.
  • SJ430: Commending Beverly Cosham.
  • SJ431: Commending Boston Properties.
  • SJ432: Commending Sandy Amato.
  • SJ433: Commending Maude Hair Salon.
  • SJ450: Celebrating the life of Mukit Hossain.
  • SJ473: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SB13: Critical care specialist; added to list of specialists who can determine when patient is brain dead.
  • SB14: General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; disclosure of government employment.
  • SB80: Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act; established.
  • SB81: Agricultural, forestal, or agricultural and forestal districts; use value assessment.
  • SB82: Podiatry; testifying as an expert witness, definition of practice.
  • SB83: Absentee voting; qualified voters to provide a reason for not being able to vote on election day.
  • SB84: Voluntary admission; person admitted to facility for mental health treatment after detention order.
  • SB85: Involuntary temporary detention order; hearing after execution.
  • SB86: Voluntary admission; person admitted to facility for mental health treatment after detention order.
  • SB87: Inmates; court or person having custody to determine if treatment of mental illness is necessary.
  • SB88: Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; Worker's Compensation Commission to adopt rates for payment.
  • SB218: Transient occupancy tax; governing body may increase in Fairfax County after July 1, 2010.
  • SB219: Safety belts; those 18 and under who are occupying a vehicle are required to wear.
  • SB220: Circuit courts; electronic filing of cases.
  • SB236: Information Technology; Governor to appoint Chief Information Officer of VITA, etc.
  • SB358: Certificate of public need; schedule of fees.
  • SB462: Crime victims; no law-enforcement officer shall inquire into immigration status thereof.
  • SB463: Primary & filing schedule; State Board of Elections to reschedule November 2011 election, etc.
  • SB464: Health insurance; mandated coverage for autism spectrum disorder.
  • SB465: Group life insurance coverage; extended to persons mutually agreed upon by insurer and policyholder.
  • SB466: Public Safety Fund; imposes an assessment on property and casualty insurance companies.
  • SB467: Protective orders; coordination with other states.
  • SB468: Protective orders; allows petitioner to obtain extension of order for no more than two years.
  • SB480: Information Technology Investment Board; abolished, Governor will appoint Chief Information Officer.
  • SB615: Conditions of sentence suspension; allows credits to be applied toward reducing offender's time.
  • SB617: Criminal procedure; sentencing revocation report worksheets.
  • SB624: Voter lists; expands list of people and organizations who may purchase list of registered voters.
  • SB644: Specialized Biotechnology Research Performance Grant Program; established.
  • SB704: Special license plates; TRUST WOMEN/RESPECT CHOICE.
  • SJ21: Tax preferences; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study effectiveness.
  • SJ43: Celebrating the life of Colonel, USA Ret., Quintus Cincinnatus Atkinson V.
  • SJ44: Commending the League of Women Voters of Virginia on the occasion of its 90th anniversary.
  • SJ53: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ54: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ55: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ93: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ114: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ140: Celebrating the life of Constance M. Houston.
  • SJ150: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ160: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ199: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ217: Commending Ronald McNew and Craig Furneisen.
  • SJ218: Commending Eric R. Glueckert.
  • SJ219: Commending the Reston Historic Trust.
  • SJ220: Commending Holly Norris.
  • SJ221: Commending Emily Ward.
  • SB65: Community criminal justice boards; membership.
  • SB70: Sample ballots; Board of Elections shall assign different color to each political party.
  • SB589: Jail construction, local; State will reimburse up to one-half of capital costs.
  • SB810: Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee in person without providing an excuse, etc.
  • SB945: Group life insurance; allows coverage to be extended to insure any class of persons.
  • SB946: Noncorporate entities; minimum tax is imposed on telecommunications and electric suppliers.
  • SB947: State cigarette tax and tobacco products tax; increased.
  • SB948: Federal write-in absentee ballots; witness requirement.
  • SB949: Donor Registry and Public Awareness Fund; changes name of Transplant Council Education Fund thereto.
  • SB950: Dogs, dangerous and vicious; any person may apply to magistrate for issuance of summons.
  • SB951: Assault & battery; penalty when committed against Metro Washington Airport Authority police officer.
  • SB1073: Sheriff department; performance of law-enforcement service requires no pre-notification to Division.
  • SB1074: BPOL tax; allows towns to levy on any person, firm, etc., in business of renting real property.
  • SB1075: Optometrists; those licensed may sell contact lenses & allowed to dispense ophthalmic devices.
  • SB1076: Right to notify; consumer in mental health facility to have person of choice notified of condition.
  • SB1077: Notification of family member in commitment process; disclosure of certain information of patient.
  • SB1078: Special justices; expenses when presiding over certain hearings.
  • SB1079: Emergency custody; authority of law-enforcement officer.
  • SB1080: Involuntary commitment hearing; upon request, district court judge, etc. may restrict attendance.
  • SB1081: Special justices; appointment, duties.
  • SB1082: Voluntary and involuntary commitment; Executive Secretary of Supreme Court to prepare petitions.
  • SB1083: Mental health law; amends statutes to address issues resulting from overhaul thereof.
  • SB1084: Driver's license; requires minors to show completion of a 90-minute driver safety course.
  • SB1149: Juvenile law; makes changes in code pertaining to juveniles and juvenile court provisions.
  • SB1150: Emergency response plans; ensuring victims' rights.
  • SB1435: Forensic Science Board; adds chairmen of Senate and House Committees for Courts of Justice, etc.
  • SB1436: Crime victims; no law-enforcement officer shall inquire into immigration status of victim of crime.
  • SJ278: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ279: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ280: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ324: Multistate service corporations; joint committee of Senate and House Committees on Finance to study.
  • SJ334: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ367: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ425: Commending Voices for Virginia's Children on the occasion of its 15th anniversary.
  • SJ432: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ489: Commending Kohann Williams.
  • SJ490: Commending Verdia Haywood.
  • SJ491: Commending Eve and Rick Thompson.
  • SJ492: Commending Helios HR.
  • SR25: Auditor of Public Accounts; nomination for election.
  • SB58: Emergency custody order; renewal.
  • SB59: Community services board; requires employee that prepared report to attend hearing.
  • SB60: Involuntary commitment; criteria.
  • SB61: Nutrition and physical activity best practices database; Department of Education to develop.
  • SB62: Voter registration; procedures for applications and receipts.
  • SB63: Nursing, Board of; membership.
  • SB64: Community services board; adds crisis stabilization, outpatient, etc. to list of core services.
  • SB65: Community criminal justice boards; membership.
  • SB66: Emergency custody; who may accept custody.
  • SB67: Inpatient treatment; parental admission of minors incapable of giving consent.
  • SB68: Involuntary commitment petition; dismissal or withdrawal.
  • SB69: Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee without providing reason.
  • SB70: Sample ballots; Board of Elections shall assign different color to each political party.
  • SB71: Transportation Commissioner; contracts for grounds keeping, mowing, etc. on highways in Reston.
  • SB72: Breast tumor treatment; repeals requirement that patient sign consent form.
  • SB73: License plates, special; issuance marking sesquicentennial of Civil War.
  • SB74: Crimes Against Minors and Sex Offender Registry; use of data by SAVIN.
  • SB243: Redistricting Commission; created.
  • SB244: Magistrates; reforms system by transferring appointment and supervisory responsibilities.
  • SB245: Psychiatric inpatient treatment of minors; timing of petition and hearing.
  • SB246: Involuntary commitment; establishes new standards for outpatient commitment.
  • SB247: Involuntary commitment of minors; appointment of counsel and guardians ad litem.
  • SB248: Circuit and district courts; use by Virginia State Bar of additional fees.
  • SB249: Independent living services & arrangements; requires inclusion of plan for children 14 yrs. & older.
  • SB250: Independent living service & arrangements; require inclusion of plan for persons until 21 yrs.
  • SB441: Crime victims and witnesses; prohibits inquiry of immigration status.
  • SB589: Jail construction, local; State will reimburse up to one-half of capital costs.
  • SB590: Sex Offender & Crimes Against Minors Registry; person may petition circuit court about registration.
  • SB658: Comprehensive Services Act Program; case management and residential care plan.
  • SB687: Mentally retarded; replaces term with intellectually disabled.
  • SB714: Petroleum products franchises; rights of dealers upon sale or assignment of franchise agreement.
  • SB715: Election precincts; prohibits counties & cities from abolishing, etc. precincts.
  • SJ114: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ115: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ116: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ117: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ121: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ160: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ182: Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; confirming appointment of Director.
  • SJ193: Commending John Coleman.
  • SJ194: Commending VISTA Wealth Strategies and Judy Redpath.
  • SJ195: Commending the Jeanie Schmidt Free Clinic and its volunteer medical providers and staff.
  • SJ196: Commending the Reston Garden Club.
  • SB635: Adult Fatality Review Team; created, report.
  • SB916: Voter registration procedures; application to register must contain a receipt given applicant.
  • SB917: Donation of food to charity organizations; regulations for food prepared in his private residence.
  • SB918: Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act (UAGA); replaces current provisions in the code with this act.
  • SB919: Dispute resolution orientation session; parties in cases involving custody, etc. must attend.
  • SB920: Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote without a reason.
  • SB970: Newspapers; legal notices and publications.
  • SB971: Insurance; supplemental liability coverage for sheriff's departments and regional jails.
  • SB972: Victim notification; may be made through Statewide VINE System or other similar electronic system.
  • SB973: Pro Hac Vice Fund; created.
  • SB1224: Identity theft; notification of breach of information system.
  • SB1225: Health Commissioner; required to designate licensed physician to coordinate women's health efforts.
  • SB1226: Electronic voting equipment; requires electoral boards to develop plans to ensure security thereof.
  • SB1227: Extortion; withholding immigration document.
  • SB1228: Sex Offender Registry; notification in nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
  • SB1229: Sex offender registry; nursing homes, etc. register with State Police to get notification thereof.
  • SB1230: Human papillomavirus vaccine; optional for female students before entering the sixth grade.
  • SB1231: Tanning facilities; requires parental consent for customers under age 15.
  • SB1364: Firearms; prohibits possession thereof at a child day center.
  • SJ180: Constitutional amendment; funds for transportation purposes (first reference).
  • SJ464: Commending Access National Bank.
  • SJ465: Commending Georgia Graves.
  • SJ466: Commending Fran and John Lovaas.
  • SJ467: Commending Wendell Byrd.
  • SB111: Zoning ordinance; violations thereof, penalty.
  • SB112: Tuberculosis; establishing library of isolates for purpose of disease strain analysis.
  • SB116: Immunizations; minimum requirements for children entering public or private schools or centers.
  • SB117: Immunizations; adds booster dose of tetanus toxoid for certain children.
  • SB118: Landlord and tenant; not to be evicted for certain disturbances that occur on leased premises.
  • SB119: Donor Registry; created.
  • SB120: Protective orders; respondent to pay deposits to connect or restore utility services.
  • SB253: Child abuse and neglect; reporting requirements by ministers of religion.
  • SB254: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain contractors.
  • SB316: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; penalties.
  • SB317: Sexually violent predators; adds to list of offenses that qualify as sexual offenses.
  • SB318: Sexually violent predators; monitoring and supervision of those on conditional release.
  • SB319: Sexually Violent Predators Services, Office of; established.
  • SB348: Internet; penalty for facilitating payment by children to access sexually explicit material thereon.
  • SB349: Halal and kosher food; regulation of sale, penalty.
  • SB350: Sex offenders; list of offenses to include communications system.
  • SB351: Juveniles; release of information.
  • SB352: Psychiatric Inpatient Commitment of Minors Act; special justices.
  • SB353: Involuntary admission or certification order; appeal.
  • SB635: Adult Fatality Review Team; created, report.
  • SB719: Petroleum product pipelines; prohibits any public service company from acquiring property therefor.
  • SJ146: Commending Robert E. Kahn.
  • SJ147: Commending Vinton G. Cerf.
  • SJ148: Commending the McLean Little League girls' all-star softball team.
  • SJ180: Constitutional amendment; funds for transportation purposes (first reference).
  • SJ222: Commending Mayor Michael O'Reilly.
  • SJ248: Commending The Giving Circle of HOPE.
  • SJ249: Commending Kfoury Construction Group.
  • SJ270: Celebrating the life of First Lieutenant Sarah Katherine Small.
  • SJ273: Commending Hinge, a graphic design and branding company.
  • SJ274: Commending McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurant and M & S Grill.
  • SJ5016: Constitutional amendment; funds for transportation purposes.
  • SR34: Commending Bill and Janie Strauss.