Del. Jeff Frederick (R-Woodbridge)

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Party
Republican
District
52: County of Prince William (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2004
Left Office
January 2010
Website
va52.com
Copatroning Habits
87% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 91% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 69% of them are Republicans.
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These are all of the video clips of Jeff Frederick’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 4 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB58: Keep Our Promise Act of 2008; reinstates Personal Property Tax Relief Act of 1998, report.
  • HB59: Income tax, state; tax credit for health insurance premiums paid by small business employers.
  • HB2203: Keep Our Promise Act of 2009; reinstates Personal Property Tax Relief Act of 1998.
  • HB2204: Instructional spending in classroom; local school division to allocate 65% of operating budget.
  • HB2205: BPOL taxes; repeals local business taxes.
  • HB2206: Budget Bill; Governor to include funding for transportation in biennium equal to at least 10%.
  • HB2207: Virginia Budget Office; established.
  • HB2208: Grass, weeds, etc.; locality may, after reasonable notice, have growth on vacant, etc. property cut.
  • HB2209: Health insurance; policy offered to small employer with 50 or less employees to protect uninsured.
  • HB2593: Income tax, state; deduction for military retirement pay.
  • HJ19: Constitutional amendment; assessments of real property and tax rates (first reference).
  • HJ709: Constitutional amendment; assessments of real property and tax rates (first reference).
  • HJ710: Constitutional amendment; spending limits on government (first reference).
  • HB58: Keep Our Promise Act of 2008; reinstates Personal Property Tax Relief Act of 1998, report.
  • HB59: Income tax, state; tax credit for health insurance premiums paid by small business employers.
  • HB60: School divisions, local; requires 65% of each education dollar to be spent in classroom, report.
  • HB1023: Collection of debts; reciprocal agreement with federal government to include nontax payments.
  • HB1024: Military personnel; extension of deadlines for driver's license renewal, etc.
  • HB1025: Breast tumor treatment; repeals requirement that patient sign consent form.
  • HB1026: Public benefits; restrictions on granting.
  • HB1027: Motor vehicles; regulation of parking of certain vehicles in certain counties.
  • HB1028: Speed limits; signs posted in school zones.
  • HB1029: Inmates; officer of correctional facility to inquire of alien status.
  • HB1030: Telecommuting; state contractors to offer to employees.
  • HB1031: Income tax, corporate; telework expenses tax credit.
  • HB1032: Traffic control measures; financing for application and installation.
  • HB1033: Urban transportation service districts; grants towns authority to create.
  • HB1034: Vehicle registrations and certificates of title; individual applying to prove legal residency.
  • HB1035: Law-enforcement officers; required to pull vehicle off roadway when stopping motorists.
  • HB1036: Tax rates; localities to fix before approval of budget and notices of reassessments.
  • HB1297: Public facilities; locality may by ordinance adopt provision for adequacy.
  • HB1298: Contractors; shall not knowingly employ unauthorized alien.
  • HB1299: Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act; resolve situations when conflict between health care directive.
  • HB1300: State employee; penalty for threatening.
  • HB1439: School employees; school board to develop policies to address complaints of sexual abuse thereby.
  • HB6025: Highway maintenance; allocation of funds by Transportation Board to counties for highway systems.
  • HB6048: Transportation Trust Fund; dedication of existing retail sales and use tax revenues thereto.
  • HJ19: Constitutional amendment; assessments of real property and tax rates (first reference).
  • HJ183: Immigration Agreement; requesting Governor to enter into.
  • HJ261: Commending Hilda M. Barg.
  • HJ439: Commending the Potomac Senior High School football team.
  • HB485: Recordation tax; reduces rates to levels prior to increase imposed.
  • HB492: Textbooks in public schools; availability for home use.
  • HB498: License plates, special; issuance to retired members of the United States Navy and Coast Guard.
  • HB499: License plates, special; issuance to civilian employees of Department of the Army.
  • HB838: Transfer of private school credits to public schools; Board of Education to promulgate regulations.
  • HB841: Local Partnership Programs; payment schedule for reimbursement of funds to locality.
  • HB875: Dextromethorphan (DXM); Health Commissioner restrict access to over-the-counter medicine containing.
  • HB1314: Public Procurement Act; prohibited contracts, required contract provisions.
  • HB1615: Keep our Promise Act of 2007; reinstates Personal Property Tax Relief Act of 1998.
  • HB1616: Income tax, state; tax credit for health insurance premiums paid by small business employers.
  • HB1617: School boards; required to allocate certain percentage of budget to instructional spending.
  • HB1618: Immigration laws; Governor to enter into agreement with federal Immigration, et al., regarding.
  • HB1619: Budget Office; established in legislative branch.
  • HB1620: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain contractors.
  • HB2436: Community College Transfer Grant program; created.
  • HB2437: Income tax, corporate; telework expenses tax credit.
  • HB2438: Eligibility for in-state tuition; dependents of active duty personnel.
  • HB2439: Income tax, state; provides an age deduction.
  • HB2440: Commonwealth Transportation Investment Fund; created.
  • HB2441: High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; establishes hours of operation in Northern Virginia.
  • HB2442: Omitted tax bills; to identify specific tax and penalty being assessed.
  • HB2443: License taxes; repeals those that are local.
  • HB2444: High occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; hours of operation.
  • HB2445: Marriage license; waiting period for issuance of license.
  • HB2446: Housing assistance; employees of county to benefit therefrom.
  • HB2447: Health insurance; mandated coverage for enteral formulas necessitated by inborn metabolic disorders.
  • HB2448: Illegal immigration; verify citizenship status of persons in jail.
  • HB2449: Noise abatement structures; local gov. bodies to adopt ordinance requiring developers to construct.
  • HB2556: Textbooks in public schools; availability for home use.
  • HB2679: Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act; impact fees for public facilities related to development.
  • HB2680: Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act; impact fees for public facilities related to development.
  • HB2681: Credit reports; authorizes any consumer to freeze access to his.
  • HB2682: Local Partnership Programs; VDOT make sure funds are transmitted periodically to locality.
  • HB2683: Motor vehicle insurance; prohibits premiums based on credit history.
  • HB2684: Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act (UAGA); replaces current provisions in the code with this act.
  • HB2685: Product liability cases; accrual of right of action.
  • HB3012: Campaign finance disclosure; certain prohibited contributions to local governing body members.
  • HB3060: Local government land-use decisions; publication of certain.
  • HB3061: Health care practitioner; authority to send laboratory test results directly to patient.
  • HB3159: Urban transportation service districts; created, impact fees.
  • HJ56: Constitutional amendment; assessments of real property and tax rates (first reference).
  • HJ57: Constitutional amendment; exemption from real & personal property taxes for disabled vets (1st ref)
  • HJ58: Constitutional amendment; Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund, and Transportation Trust Fund.
  • HJ59: Constitutional amendment; limit on appropriations (first reference).
  • HJ558: Constitutional amendment; Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund, and Transportation Trust Fund.
  • HJ559: Constitutional amendment; assessments of real property and tax rates (first reference).
  • HJ684: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); spending limits on government.
  • HJ691: Urban Partnership; joint subcommittee to study an agreement between various counties, etc.
  • HJ717: Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans, widow or widower of veteran.
  • HJ890: Commending Sean T. Connaughton.
  • HB478: Health insurance; small employers to enter into pooling agreements.
  • HB479: Income tax, state; tax credit for health insurance premiums paid by small business employers.
  • HB480: Scholars Program; created.
  • HB481: School boards; required to allocate certain percentage of budget to instructional spending, report.
  • HB482: Tuition, in-state; eligibility for certain military personnel and dependents.
  • HB483: Income tax, state; deduction for those age 62 and over.
  • HB484: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include school-related items, computers, etc.
  • HB485: Recordation tax; reduces rates to levels prior to increase imposed.
  • HB486: Income tax, state; teleworking tax credit to certain qualified employers for eligible cost incurred.
  • HB487: Immigration laws; Governor to enter into agreement with federal Immigration regarding.
  • HB488: Motor vehicle insurance license tax; revenues generated credited to Transportation Trust Fund.
  • HB489: Transportation Investment Bond Act of 2006; created.
  • HB490: Local governments; publication of notice of certain local decisions required.
  • HB491: Real estate reassessment; notice of change.
  • HB492: Textbooks; provide each student a copy that may be used at home.
  • HB493: High school baccalaureate ceremonies; develop guidelines complying with constitutional restriction.
  • HB494: High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; prohibits imposition and collection of tolls for use thereof.
  • HB495: High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; permits law-enforcement vehicles to use in an emergency.
  • HB496: Highway; expands definition.
  • HB497: License plates, special; requirements for issuance of clean special fuel plates.
  • HB498: License plates, special; issuance to retired members of the United States Navy and Coast Guard.
  • HB499: License plates, special; issuance to civilian employees of Department of the Army.
  • HB837: Budget Office; established in legislative branch.
  • HB838: Transfer of private school credits to public schools; Board of Education to promulgate regulations.
  • HB839: Human Rights Council; private causes of action for unlawful discrimination on basis of race, etc.
  • HB840: Child support; allows an obligor to prepay child support obligations.
  • HB841: Local Partnership Programs; payment schedule for reimbursement of funds to locality.
  • HB842: Government Data Collection & Dissemination Practices Act; posting of information on Internet.
  • HB843: HOV lanes; issuance of three demerit points for first and subsequent violations thereof.
  • HB875: Dextromethorphan (DXM); Health Commissioner restrict access to over-the-counter medicine containing.
  • HB876: High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; hiring of State Police officers to enforce lane restrictions.
  • HB877: Highways; increases cost of maintenance & construction projects carried out by state employees.
  • HB878: Property Owners' Association Act; display of political signs.
  • HB1314: Public Procurement Act; prohibited contracts, required contract provisions.
  • HB1315: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain contractors.
  • HB1377: Keep Our Promise Act of 2006; reinstates Personal Property Tax Relief Act of 1998.
  • HB1513: Transportation planning; coordination of state and local.
  • HB5030: Retail Sales and Use Tax; revenue from certain localities be dedicated to WMATA.
  • HB5093: Urban transportation service districts; creation thereof.
  • HJ56: Constitutional amendment; assessments of real property and tax rates (first reference).
  • HJ57: Constitutional amendment; exemption from real & personal property taxes for disabled vets (1st ref)
  • HJ58: Constitutional amendment; Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund, and Transportation Trust Fund.
  • HJ59: Constitutional amendment; limit on appropriations (first reference).
  • HJ162: On the death of Carlson M. LeGrand.
  • HJ164: Commending Richard S. Sanborn.
  • HJ165: Commending the Montclair Lions Club.
  • HJ5003: Commending Forest Park High School girls' basketball team.
  • HJ5048: Commending Melvin Bray.
  • HJ5055: Celebrating the life of Captain Brian S. Letendre.