Del. John McGuire (R-Glen Allen)

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56: Counties of Goochland (part), Henrico (part), Louisa, and Spotsylvania (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2018
Next Election
November 2019
Education, Privileges and Elections, Transportation
Copatroning Habits
81% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 83% 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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Bills Passed
15.4% in 2022
Recent Mentions in the Media

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  • HB1436: Income tax, state; military benefits subtraction, age restriction.
  • HB1454: Home instruction; removes certain criteria for parents.
  • HB1488: Abortion; use of public funds prohibited.
  • HB1507: Public elementary and secondary schools; fundamental right of parents.
  • HB1693: Absentee voting; return of absentee ballots, drop-off locations.
  • HB1889: Higher educational institutions, public, etc.; certain immunization requirements prohibited.
  • HB1891: Transcranial magnetic stimulation; DBHDS to establish pilot program.
  • HB1898: Virginia Public Procurement Act; prohibition on boycotting Israel.
  • HB1922: Delta-8 tetrahydrocannabinol; distribution, penalty.
  • HB2421: Firearm, stun weapon, or other weapon on school property; limits prohibition on possession.
  • HB2459: Firearm-free zones designated by the Commonwealth or a locality; waiver of sovereign immunity.
  • HJ475: Career and Technical Education Letter of Intent Signing Day; designating as 4th Wed. in April 2023.
  • HJ676: Commending John J. Jones.
  • HJ678: Celebrating the life of Charles Berton Mulligan.
  • HR501: Celebrating the life of Michael Lamont Perkins.
  • HB59: School principals; incident reports.
  • HB60: Louisa, Town of; Town may appoint 5 to 7 members to serve on bd. of economic development authority.
  • HB61: Overtime pay requirements; volunteers.
  • HB107: Larceny and certain property crimes; penalties.
  • HB108: Felony homicide; certain drug offenses, penalties.
  • HB109: Search warrants; removes certain provisions in regard to execution of warrants.
  • HB110: Law-enforcement civilian oversight bodies; removes the authority of a locality to establish.
  • HB187: Voter registration; registration permitted up to and including the day of the election.
  • HB188: Dangerous weapons; carrying to place of religious worship.
  • HB358: Veteran-owned small businesses; waiving of fees.
  • HB977: Public elementary & secondary education; school boards & employees to promote diversity and respect.
  • HB1128: Income tax, state; military benefits subtraction, taxable years beginning on or after Jan. 1, 2022.
  • HB1161: Virginia Public Procurement Act; required contract provisions, prohibition.
  • HJ7: Nitrous oxide; VSCC to study whether sale should be prohibited by retailers of tobacco, etc.
  • HJ281: Celebrating the life of Thomas Francis Farrell II.
  • HJ386: Celebrating the life of Daniel Winn Boatwright.
  • HB1757: Firearm-free zones designated by the Commonwealth or a locality; waiver of sovereign immunity.
  • HB1761: Parole; investigation prior to release.
  • HB1762: Parole; monthly report.
  • HB2086: Child care providers; background checks, portability.
  • HB2086: Child care providers; background checks, portability.
  • HB161: Carrying a concealed handgun; permit not required.
  • HB162: Firearm-free zones designated by the Commonwealth or a locality; waiver of sovereign immunity.
  • HB373: Place of religious worship; carrying dangerous weapon.
  • HB424: School resource officers; required in every school.
  • HB446: DGS; disposition of surplus materials, donation of surplus computers.
  • HB1474: Short-term rentals; regulation by locality.
  • HB1475: Assault and battery against a family or household member; prior conviction, mandatory minimum term.
  • HB1484: Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act; created.
  • HB5067: Person's identity; use with the intent to coerce, intimidate, or harass, public officials, penalty.
  • HB5100: Parole; investigation prior to release.
  • HB5101: Parole; monthly report.
  • HB5129: Income tax, state; tax credit for pandemic-related education expenses.
  • HJ39: Kratom; Board of Pharmacy to study whether it should be classified as a controlled substance.
  • HJ40: Lake Anna; Department of Health to study harmful algal blooms.
  • HJ176: Commending James L. Agnew.
  • HJ199: Commending William H. Goodwin, Jr.
  • HJ203: Celebrating the life of Charles Richard Watson.
  • HJ204: Commending the Lion Pride Run.
  • HB1805: License plates, special; VIRGINIA LOVES TEACHERS.
  • HB2031: Cyber centers of excellence; Department of Education to establish task force.
  • HB2034: Local electoral boards and general registrars; removal from office by circuit court, etc.
  • HB2036: Larceny; prima facie evidence of intent to commit by employed caregiver of an adult.
  • HB2039: Supplemental motor vehicle sales locations; car shows.
  • HB2040: Background checks; persons providing care for elderly or disabled.
  • HB2043: Child care providers; background checks, portability.
  • HB2044: Medical records; subpoena duces tecum, additional time to comply.
  • HB2048: Elections; changes date of June primary election and May general election.
  • HB2050: Certificate of public need; freestanding diagnostic imaging center.
  • HB2299: Commercial sex trafficking, prostitution, etc.; increases penalties.
  • HB2318: Naloxone; possession and administration by school nurses and local health department employees.
  • HB2592: Petit larceny; defines punishment.
  • HB2730: Va. Public Procurement Act; service disabled veteran businesses procurement enhancement program.
  • HJ636: DSS; creation of database and resource to obtain background information on personal caregivers.
  • HR352: Commending Mark F. O'Neil.
  • HR411: Celebrating the life of Mark Lee Fischer.
  • HB736: Seaplanes; DCR to allow to land on lakes in state parks.
  • HB737: Motor Vehicles, Department of, documents; veteran endorsement.
  • HB738: Milk Commission; wholesale prices.
  • HB739: Police animals; attacking, killing, etc., penalty.
  • HB740: Cyber centers of excellence; Department of Education to establish task force.
  • HB1396: Certificate of public need; establishes freestanding diagnostic imaging center in Planning Dist.15.
  • HB1397: Small Business Environmental Compliance Advisory Panel; Speaker appointments.
  • HB1438: Highway signs; drive-in movie theaters.
  • HB1492: Certificate of public need; acquisition of medical equipment.
  • HJ135: Makar Sankranti Day; designating as January 14, 2018, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HR69: Commending the Louisa Little League 9-11 all-star baseball team.
  • HR70: Commending the Louisa County High School football team.