Del. John O'Bannon (R-Richmond)

Photo of John O'Bannon
Party
Republican
District
73: County of Henrico (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2001
Left Office
January 2018
Website
johnobannon.com
Twitter
@DelOBannon
Copatroning Habits
76% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 69% 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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Recent Mentions in the Media

Richmond.com: Pickups give Democrats control of the House

November 5, 2019 | 3:00 am
  

Richmond.com: Democrat Rodney Willett defeats Republican Mary Margaret Kastelberg in Henrico's HD 73

November 5, 2019 | 3:00 am
  

Minneapolis Star Tribune: Balance of power in Virginia may rest on write-in campaign

October 19, 2019 | 3:00 am
  

Richmond.com: Two key House races test western Henrico as a shifting political battleground

October 11, 2019 | 3:00 am
  

WTVR CBS 6 News: Vandergriff and VanValkenburg debate in Henrico ahead of November election

October 3, 2019 | 3:00 am
  

These are all of the video clips of John O'Bannon’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 173 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB193: Certificates of public need; creates three-phase process to sunset requirements for medical care.
  • HB1747: Advance directives; persons authorized to provide assistance in completing, training programs.
  • HB1748: Charity health care services; liability protection for administrators.
  • HB1749: Accident and sickness insurance rate filings; agent commissions.
  • HB1750: Dispensing of naloxone; patient-specific order not required.
  • HB1751: Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth; mission.
  • HB1798: Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV); donation or acquisition of organs infected with virus.
  • HB1799: Controlled substances; use of FDA-approved substance upon publication of final rule, etc.
  • HB2209: Emergency Department Care Coordination Program; established.
  • HB2213: TANF; time limit on receipt of financial assistance.
  • HB2300: Health, Department of; frequency of inspections.
  • HB2301: Nurses, licensed practical; administration of vaccinations.
  • HB2317: Harm reduction programs; public health emergency, etc.
  • HB2337: Certificates of public need; creates a two-phase process.
  • HJ616: Joint Commission on Health Care; study of quality of health care services in jails and prisons.
  • HJ845: Celebrating the life of David A. Kaechele.
  • HJ932: Celebrating the life of Richard W. Glover.
  • HB72: Health benefit plans; large and small employers.
  • HB73: Driving while texting; fines.
  • HB104: Voting equipment; locking and sealing of voting and counting machines after election.
  • HB105: Contests of election for certain elections; service of process.
  • HB193: Certificates of public need; creates three-phase process to sunset requirements for medical care.
  • HB194: Competency and sanity evaluations; capital murder, audiovisual recording.
  • HB239: Physicians; division of fees.
  • HB652: Neurological death; updates terminology.
  • HB653: Consent to organ donation.
  • HB656: Syringes services program; public health emergency.
  • HB657: Prescription Monitoring Program; indicators of misuse, disclosure of information.
  • HB866: Hospitals; advance disclosure of allowed amount or charge for procedure.
  • HB1205: Secretary of Health and Human Resources; increase sharing of electronic health records, report.
  • HB1273: X-ray machines; expands authority of Department of Health to regulate.
  • HJ22: Celebrating the life of John Waller Maloney.
  • HJ23: Celebrating the life of Ernest B. Vanarsdall, Sr.
  • HJ42: Commending Colonel Donald B. Kaiserman, USA, Ret.
  • HJ65: Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth; Joint Commission on Health Care to study expanding mission.
  • HJ66: Refugee Resettlement Program; JLARC to study cost to the Commonwealth and localities.
  • HJ191: Commending Kim Snead.
  • HJ192: Commending Jon Hatfield.
  • HJ282: Commending Richard F. Sliwoski.
  • HJ339: Commending James D. Campbell.
  • HJ340: Commending the Hermitage at Cedarfield.
  • HJ378: Celebrating the life of John Joseph Brush, M.D.
  • HJ522: Commending Terrence J. Schulte.
  • HB125: Virginia's World War II Heritage Alliance Route; VDOT to indicate by placing markers, etc.
  • HB1207: Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Act; regulations.
  • HB1393: License plates, special; issuance for STEM teachers and students.
  • HB1434: Competency and sanity evaluations; audiovisual recording.
  • HB1435: Physician assistants and nurse practitioners; appointment as medical examiners.
  • HB1436: Dispensing of interchangeable biosimilars; sunset provision.
  • HB1457: Direct access to physical therapy.
  • HB1458: Naloxone or other opioid antagonist; pharmacist may dispense in cases of opiate overdose.
  • HB1459: Neighborhood assistance tax credits; eligibility of physician and health care specialists.
  • HB1460: Campaign finance reports; changes pre-election reporting period for certain reports.
  • HB1599: Voter registration; political party affiliation on registration record.
  • HB1747: Health insurance; mental health parity.
  • HB1963: Health Professions, Department of; disclosure of confidential information.
  • HB2202: General Assembly; general appropriation bills.
  • HB2203: 'Virginia, the Home of My Heart'; designating as the official state song.
  • HJ534: Celebrating the life of Stephen W. Bowman.
  • HJ557: Veterans Services, Department of; JLARC to review.
  • HJ595: Virginia's water resource planning and management; JLARC to study.
  • HJ812: Celebrating the life of Jon Reed Donnelly.
  • HJ813: Commending the J.R. Tucker High School Sparky 384 robotics team.
  • HJ814: Commending Sheldon M. Retchin, M.D.
  • HJ841: Celebrating the life of Sam Kornblau.
  • HR289: Commending the Virginia Manufactured and Modular Housing Association.
  • HB124: License plates, special; issuance for STEM teachers and students.
  • HB125: Virginia's World War II Heritage Alliance Route; VDOT to indicate by placing markers, etc.
  • HB126: Absentee voting and procedures; secure return of voted military-overseas ballots.
  • HB147: Medicaid program independent contractors; deferred compensation plan.
  • HB202: Licensure of assisted living facilities; credit references.
  • HB203: Virginia College Savings Plan; Plan established as a body politic and corporate.
  • HB226: Campaign finance; contributions from certain organizations.
  • HB240: Long-Term Care Ombudsman, Office of State; access to clients, patients, individuals, etc., records.
  • HB304: Prescription drugs; specialty tier coverage.
  • HB305: Immunizations; Department of Health to seek reimbursement for cost in certain cases.
  • HB323: Temporary detention order; transportation.
  • HB352: Epinephrine; possession and administration.
  • HB395: Public safety employees; testing for blood-borne pathogens.
  • HB396: Rail and Public Transportation, Department of; funding.
  • HB541: Death; determination by specialist in field of neurology, neurosurgery, etc.
  • HB575: Perampanel and Lorcaserin; added to Schedules III and IV, respectively.
  • HB583: Emergency custody orders; duration, extension.
  • HB584: Competency to stand trial; recommended treatment by qualified mental health expert.
  • HB585: Criminal defendant; competency reports for restoration providers.
  • HB586: Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan; eligibility for assistance.
  • HB737: Neighborhood assistance tax credits; increases percentage of persons served by organization.
  • HB924: Chief Medical Examiner, Office of; powers and duties, medicolegal death examinations.
  • HB928: Chief Medical Examiner, Office of; powers and duties, medicolegal death examinations.
  • HB1134: Physician assistants; updates terminology related to practice agreements.
  • HB1169: Concealed handgun permit; retired member of Department of Motor Vehicles enforcement division.
  • HB1207: Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Act; regulations.
  • HJ13: General Assembly; confirming appointment to Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission.
  • HJ47: Commending Melanie Rhoades Gerheart.
  • HJ307: Commending Tuckahoe Volunteer Rescue Squad.
  • HJ395: Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the birth of Harold Leslie Warner, Jr.
  • HB182: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: PEACE BEGINS AT HOME.
  • HB345: Dietitians; requires Board of Medicine to promulgate regulations for licensure.
  • HB1087: Nursing home patients; notice of discharge or transfer to State Long-Term Care Ombudsman.
  • HB1422: Interchangeable biosimilar biological products; permits pharmacists to dispense, etc.
  • HB1423: Mandatory outpatient treatment; who may file petition.
  • HB1443: Social Serices, Commissioner of; submission of financial information by applicant, licensure.
  • HB1444: Medications; administration by certain employees or contract service providers.
  • HB1501: Pharmacy; collaborative agreements.
  • HB1672: Naloxone; administration by unlicensed individual in cases of opiate overdose.
  • HB1721: Child abuse and neglect investigations; time limit for reports.
  • HB1759: Percutaneous gastrostomy tube; administration of medications.
  • HB2127: Virginia College Savings Plan, Board of; elected positions, technical amendments.
  • HB2145: Virginia College Savings Plan; deposit of income tax refunds.
  • HB2146: Virginia War Memorial; powers and duties of division of Department of Veterans Services.
  • HB2161: Nurses; authority to possess and administer oxygen to treat emergency medical conditions.
  • HB2246: Health benefit exchange; regulation of navigators, report.
  • HB2314: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: PEACE BEGINS AT HOME.
  • HB2315: Volunteer Rescue Squads, Va Association of; to submit an annual financial report on use of funds.
  • HJ575: Commending World Pediatric Project.
  • HJ579: Commending Bon Secours Virginia Health System.
  • HJ587: Celebrating the life of Dr. Lucie Anne Pelletier.
  • HJ611: Constitutional amendment; right to a secret ballot (first reference).
  • HJ617: Rotary Day in Virginia; designates as June 1, in 2013 and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ636: Commending Tonya Mallory.
  • HJ652: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds.
  • HJ687: Health care; Joint Commission on Health Care to study factors affecting costs.
  • HJ865: Celebrating the life of James L. Jenkins.
  • HJ866: Commending the Science Museum of Virginia.
  • HJ869: Commending ChildFund International.
  • HB177: Health records privacy; disclosure to emergency medical services councils.
  • HB178: Continuing care facilities; resident's meetings.
  • HB179: Uninsured motorists; raises uninsured motor vehicle fee.
  • HB180: Commonwealth Health Research Board; certain employees shall be entitled to state employee benefits.
  • HB181: Registered nurse or physician assistant; authority to pronounce death.
  • HB182: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: PEACE BEGINS AT HOME.
  • HB183: Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan; coverage for certain children and pregnant women.
  • HB184: Medical Assistance Services, Board of; requires two members of Board to be fraud investigators.
  • HB190: Real estate tax; exemption for disabled veterans.
  • HB343: Virginia All-Payer Claims Database; created, report.
  • HB344: Dental and dental hygiene school faculty; licensure.
  • HB345: Dietitians; requires Board of Medicine to promulgate regulations for licensure.
  • HB346: Nurse practitioners; practice as part of patient care teams that includes a physician.
  • HB1086: Restitution; allows victim to authorize State attorney to collect.
  • HB1087: Nursing home patients; notice of discharge or transfer to State Long-Term Care Ombudsman.
  • HB1088: Reduced cigarette ignition propensity; eliminates an exemption.
  • HB1089: Public schools; immunization requirements.
  • HB1090: Medicaid eligibility; determination of assets.
  • HB1091: Alcoholic beverages; unlawful possession.
  • HB1092: Physical education; Board of Education to develop guidelines governing requirements in schools.
  • HB1211: Assisted living facilities and adult foster care homes; may accept third-party payments.
  • HB1212: Storage of health records; replaces obsolete terminology and cross-references referred to records.
  • HJ18: Community-based mental health services; individuals transitioning from state hospitals, report.
  • HJ19: Organ, eye, and tissue donation; options for establishing opt-out program in State, report.
  • HJ20: Celebrating the life of Gayle G. Arnold, M.D.
  • HJ21: Celebrating the life of David K. Wiecking, M.D.
  • HJ22: Commending Tyler Whitley.
  • HJ295: Celebrating the life of William Mathias Jones.
  • HJ413: Commending the Virginia Biotechnology Association.
  • HJ432: Celebrating the life of Andrew Haliday McCutcheon, Jr.
  • HJ487: Commending Virgil R. Hazelett.
  • HB301: Autopsy; retention and disposal of specimens.
  • HB305: Voluntary admission; person admitted to facility for mental health treatment after detention order.
  • HB306: Adverse medical outcomes; pilot program created.
  • HB307: Involuntary temporary detention order; hearing after execution.
  • HB309: Summary judgment; documents that can serve as basis for motion.
  • HB310: Offers of judgment; costs.
  • HB601: Medical laboratory scientists technicians; may practice if registered with Board of Medicine.
  • HB1418: License plates, special; issuance to those bearing legend: DONT TREAD ON ME.
  • HB1640: Offers of judgment; costs.
  • HB1641: Uniform Child Abduction Prevention Act; established.
  • HB1642: Dental school faculty; licensure.
  • HB1643: Certificate of public need; Commissioner of Health to issue for certain nursing home beds.
  • HB1644: Public schools; physical education requirement, exception.
  • HB1645: Real property tax; exemption for disabled veterans.
  • HB1835: Service of notices from DMV; fee for renewal of driver's license, exchange of license plates.
  • HB1836: Infants; blood sample provided to parents.
  • HB2227: Assessment of sexually violent predators; qualifications.
  • HB2228: Open-end credit plans; prohibits anyone other than seller of certain goods from extending credit.
  • HB2229: Practitioners; competency assessments.
  • HB2375: Commonwealth Project Management Standard; created for information technology projects, etc.
  • HJ575: Commending Access Now.
  • HJ576: Commending William F. Egelhoff.
  • HJ577: Internet; urging Congress to recognize importance of unfettered access and limit regulation by FCC.
  • HJ578: Federal Trade Commission; urging Congress to refrain from granting expanded rulemaking authority.
  • HJ579: Prescription medications; Joint Commission on Health Care to study impacts of cost sharing, etc.
  • HJ580: Assisted living services; JLARC to study State's third-party payments.
  • HJ682: Substance abuse treatment; JCHC to study involuntary admission of persons in need in State.
  • HJ811: Celebrating the life of Colonel Andrew Todd.
  • HJ819: Commending The Little Oil Company, Incorporated on the occasion of its 90th anniversary.
  • HJ881: Celebrating the life of Sara Boone Baird.
  • HB143: Practitioner self-referral; clarifies those that may make a referral.
  • HB144: DUI; DCJS to establish model policy for law-enforcement personnel for questioning those suspected.
  • HB145: Reflectors on trailers; required on those that have an empty weight of 3,000 pounds or less.
  • HB146: Child support; court may order continuation for child over age 18 who is attending college.
  • HB147: Constitutional amendment; limit on taxes or revenues and Revenue Stabilization Fund.
  • HB148: Certificate of public need; Commissioner of Health to issue additional beds for nursing homes.
  • HB149: Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans.
  • HB150: Prescription drugs; stored, etc., by community services board, behavioral health authorities, etc.
  • HB151: Home/electronic incarceration program; deemed to be term of confinement for convicted offender.
  • HB152: Electronic security employees; those with valid permits may carry concealed handguns.
  • HB153: Physical therapy; advertising prohibited if not a licensed physical therapist or assistant.
  • HB301: Autopsy; retention and disposal of specimens.
  • HB302: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain computer equipment and enabling software.
  • HB303: Health insurance; mandated coverage for autism spectrum disorder.
  • HB304: Va. Grade Level Alternative; justification shall be provided for each student considered therefor.
  • HB305: Voluntary admission; person admitted to facility for mental health treatment after detention order.
  • HB306: Adverse medical outcomes; pilot program created.
  • HB307: Involuntary temporary detention order; hearing after execution.
  • HB308: Mobile dental clinics; Board of Dentistry to develop regulations.
  • HB309: Summary judgment; documents that can serve as basis for motion.
  • HB310: Offers of judgment; costs.
  • HB311: Inmates; hospitalization in local correctional facilities.
  • HB601: Medical laboratory scientists technicians; may practice if registered with Board of Medicine.
  • HB602: Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; authority of Governor to award grants.
  • HJ33: Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans (second reference).
  • HJ34: Constitutional amendment; limit on taxes or revenues and Revenue Stabilization Fund.
  • HJ35: Health insurance system, private; joint subcommittee on Healthcare Reform to recommend reforms.
  • HJ36: Celebrating the life of Sergeant Major Lawrence T. Parker.
  • HJ37: Celebrating the life of Dr. Carl William Armstrong.
  • HJ38: Celebrating the life of Harvey Lee Hudson, Jr.
  • HJ39: Commending Michael A. Jones.
  • HJ40: Commending Delia H. Atwood.
  • HJ59: Celebrating the life of Leo T. Griffin, Sr.
  • HJ89: Children's mental health services; joint subcommittee to study option for improving & accessibility.
  • HJ90: Nursing homes; DHP to study advisability of permitting use of medication aides.
  • HJ104: Commending the Collegiate School boys' tennis team.
  • HJ105: Commending the Collegiate School girls' tennis team.
  • HJ163: Celebrating the life of Alexander Victor Kissal.
  • HJ172: Celebrating the life of Marcus Pinson Neal, Jr., M.D.
  • HJ173: Celebrating the life of L. Clarke Jones, Jr.
  • HJ174: Celebrating the life of Elizabeth Harding LeRoy.
  • HJ194: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Robert James Smith.
  • HJ306: Commending Rotary International.
  • HJ341: Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week; designating as second week of March 2010, & each year thereafter.
  • HJ345: Celebrating the life of Philip LeeAllen Minor, M.D.
  • HJ346: Celebrating the life of Paul Randolph McNeer, M.D.
  • HB244: Campaign finance reports; custody and retention requirements.
  • HB247: Hospital emergency departments; ability to access electronic health records.
  • HB253: Health Insurance, Bureau of; establishes division within State Corporation Commission.
  • HB382: Medical advisory committees and consultants; privileged communications.
  • HB1318: Taxpayer Surplus Relief Fund; established to provide tax relief.
  • HB1952: Health Care, Joint Commission on; repeals provision sunsetting the Commission on July 1, 2012.
  • HB1984: Physicians and patients; eliminates limiting patient's health information introduced at trial .
  • HB1985: Autism Tuition Assistance Grant Program; established.
  • HB1986: Medication aide training programs; requirements therefor.
  • HB2455: Biosciences and other technology industries; qualified equity and subordinated debt investments.
  • HB2456: Tobacco Settlement Foundation; changes name to Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth.
  • HB2457: Retirement System; divest itself of investments in companies investing in Iran's petroleum sector.
  • HB2458: Posting of charity care policies; requires hospitals to post information related thereto.
  • HB2459: Right to notify; consumer in mental health facility to have opportunity thereto of his condition.
  • HB2460: Transportation of person under emergency custody, etc.; allowed to be transported by family member.
  • HB2461: Notification of family member in commitment process; disclosure of certain information of patient.
  • HB2462: Patient level data system; reporting requirement.
  • HB2463: Government Efficiency Review Commission; established.
  • HJ647: Constitutional amendment; limit on taxes or revenues and Revenue Stabilization Fund.
  • HJ648: Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans (first reference).
  • HJ694: Celebrating the life of Dr. Louis Michael Breeden.
  • HJ698: Commending Lisa G. Kaplowitz.
  • HJ793: Deep Vein Thrombosis Awareness Month; designating March 2009, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ812: Celebrating the life of Harold D. McGuire.
  • HJ906: Celebrating the life of Richard Bryant Anthony, Sr.
  • HJ907: Celebrating the life of Dr. Ota Treville Graham, Jr.
  • HJ908: Celebrating the life of Barbara Dovel Daniel.
  • HJ913: Commending three hospitals in the Commonwealth.
  • HJ914: Commending Tuckahoe Elementary School.
  • HJ915: Commending the School of the Performing Arts in the Richmond Community.
  • HJ999: Commending St. Peter's Catholic Church on the occasion of its 175th anniversary.
  • HJ1023: Commending the Reverend Robert A. Brownell.
  • HB21: Schedule I hallucinogenic drugs; includes salvia divinorum and salvinorin A thereas.
  • HB22: Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus; required to be reported to Department of Health.
  • HB241: Children's teaching hospital; Board of Education to supervise programs for school-age children.
  • HB242: Standards of Learning; physical education requirements.
  • HB243: Human immunodeficiency virus; informed consent for testing.
  • HB244: Campaign finance reports; custody and retention requirements.
  • HB245: Virginia Retirement System group insurance program; exemption from process.
  • HB246: Nutrition and physical activity best practices database; Department of Education to develop.
  • HB247: Hospital emergency departments; ability to access electronic health records.
  • HB248: Emergency medical services personnel; clarifies definitions.
  • HB249: Payday lending charges; establishes maximum annual interest rate.
  • HB250: Health maintenance organization; obtaining HMO license without certificate of quality assurance.
  • HB251: Adult Fatality Review Team; created, report.
  • HB252: Health insurance; mandated coverage for evaluations of brain tumors.
  • HB253: Health Insurance, Bureau of; establishes division within State Corporation Commission.
  • HB381: Certificate of public need; exempting certain facilities from the requirement of obtaining.
  • HB382: Medical advisory committees and consultants; privileged communications.
  • HB383: Occupational therapy assistants; licensing and regulation.
  • HB602: Real estate assessments; burden of proof on appeal.
  • HB603: Health insurance carriers; hospital disclosure of contractual arrangements.
  • HB604: Hospice facilities; continued operation of certain.
  • HB605: Nonprofessional entities; practice of medicine.
  • HB1259: Environmental impact reports; requires county, city, or town to submit report on highway projects.
  • HB1260: Blood donations; allowance of minors age 16 or older to donate.
  • HB1318: Taxpayer Surplus Relief Fund; established to provide tax relief.
  • HJ15: Consumer credit reports; joint subcommittee to study security freezes thereon.
  • HJ53: Health insurance market, commercial; JLARC to study measures to increase competition.
  • HJ54: Commending the Epilepsy Foundation of Virginia's Use a Helmet:Prevent Epilepsy program.
  • HJ55: Commending Dr. Marcella F. Fierro.
  • HJ73: Governor's Nutrition and Physical Activity Award Program; school divisions to implement standards.
  • HJ74: Childhood Obesity in Public Schools, Joint Subcommittee Studying; continued.
  • HJ101: Medical errors; Joint Commission on Health Care to study various responses.
  • HJ130: Ronald Reagan Day; designating as February 6, 2008, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ292: Commending the Virginia Institute of Pastoral Care.
  • HJ426: Commending the Richmond Council of the U.S. Navy League on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HJ474: Celebrating the life of George W. Brown.
  • HJ475: Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Michael D. Moody, Jr.
  • HJ478: Commending nine hospitals in the Commonwealth that have achieved recognition as Magnet Healthcare.
  • HJ602: Celebrating the life of Hunter Coleman Purdie, Jr.
  • HJ6058: Commending River Road Church Preschool Development Center.
  • HB611: License plates, special; issuance to supporters of National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
  • HB616: Sentencing proceeding; victim impact testimony is to be admitted during jury hearing.
  • HB619: Payday loans; repealing Act referring thereto.
  • HB620: Physicians; definition of office practice.
  • HB1962: Students with disabilities; provides due process procedures therefor.
  • HB1963: Physician assistant, licensed; authorized to prescribe Schedule II through VI controlled substances.
  • HB1964: License plates, special; issuance to registered nurses.
  • HB1965: Hospice facilities; regulations shall include minimum standards for design and construction.
  • HB2155: Certificate of public need; eliminates regional health planning agencies therefrom.
  • HB2156: Health insurance; mandated coverage for evaluations of brain tumors.
  • HB2157: Medicine, Board of; disciplinary procedure.
  • HB2158: Adult Fatality Review Team; created, report.
  • HB2159: Payday Loan Act; repeals Act.
  • HB2160: Income tax, state; energy-efficient equipment tax credit.
  • HB2161: Emergency medical care system; adds provisions for additional performance improvement measures.
  • HB2210: Medical examiner fee; county or city shall be responsible therefor.
  • HB2211: Emergency Medical Services Registry and Statewide Trauma Registry; created.
  • HB2212: Health regulatory boards; summary restriction of licenses.
  • HB2844: Salvinorin A; included as a Schedule I hallucinogenic.
  • HB2845: Emergency preparedness; makes several revisions related to orders of isolation and quarantine.
  • HB3100: Voter registration list; persons who may obtain lists of persons voting at primaries and elections.
  • HB3101: Independent expenditure disclosure reports; persons required to file.
  • HB3121: Home ownership grants; amount localities may provide for employees of locality.
  • HJ71: Health regulatory boards; Department of Health Professions, et al to study hearing process.
  • HJ129: Emergency preparedness plans; adequacy thereof for residents of special needs facilities.
  • HJ615: George Washington Equestrian Monument in Capitol Square; Council to plan commemoration, report.
  • HJ616: SCHIP; memorializing Congressional Del./Governor to urge Congress to reauthorize funding for FAMIS.
  • HJ635: Stroke prevention and care; Joint Commission on Health Care to study.
  • HJ636: Persons w/mental illness; Joint Commission on Health Care to study housing opportunities therefor.
  • HJ637: Childhood obesity; joint subcommittee to study problem in public schools.
  • HJ638: Celebrating the life of Reverend Dr. Rufus J. Womble.
  • HJ713: Insulin & human growth hormones; DMAS to confer on costs thereof to Medicaid program, report.
  • HJ763: Celebrating the life of Dr. Christopher E. Desch.
  • HJ854: Commending the Virginia Chapter of Meeting Professionals International.
  • HJ963: Commending Carol Marie Gilbert, M.D.
  • HB609: Corporations, professional; when members of board of directors thereof required to be licensed, etc.
  • HB610: Emergency medical services; facilitates development of quality of care initiative within system.
  • HB611: License plates, special; issuance to supporters of National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
  • HB612: Cigarette tax; deduction of bad debts from taxes owed.
  • HB613: Income tax, state; energy efficiency tax credit.
  • HB614: Special Advisory Commission on Mandated Health Insurance Benefits; JLARC to provide staffing.
  • HB615: Assault and battery; penalty when committed against family member.
  • HB616: Sentencing proceeding; victim impact testimony is to be admitted during jury hearing.
  • HB617: Profits from crime; subject to special order of escrow, with profits going to victim.
  • HB618: Dialysis patient care technician; definition thereof.
  • HB619: Payday loans; repealing Act referring thereto.
  • HB620: Physicians; definition of office practice.
  • HB621: Charter; City of Richmond.
  • HB622: Prescriptions; exception to requirement for patients in certain correctional institutions.
  • HB623: Health insurance; mandated coverage for treatment of malignant brain tumors.
  • HB624: Health insurance; mandated coverage for treatment of morbid obesity.
  • HB625: Human remains; Commissioner of Department of Health to determine if hazardous to public health.
  • HB851: Vaccines; authorizes hospitals to provide for administration of influenza and pneumococcal.
  • HB852: Hospital authorities; standardizes powers and duties concerning.
  • HB853: Health records; rights of privacy thereof.
  • HB1329: Revenue Stabilization Fund; excess funds deposited in Taxpayer Surplus Relief Fund.
  • HB1330: Optometrists; allowed to locate practice within commercial or mercantile establishments.
  • HB1545: Tobacco Settlement Foundation; appointment of director.
  • HJ71: Health regulatory boards; Department of Health Professions, et al to study hearing process.
  • HJ91: Commending the 2005 Bethlehem 8-U All-star girls' softball team.
  • HJ129: Emergency preparedness plans; adequacy thereof for residents of special needs facilities.
  • HJ158: Health care coverage; JLARC to study extension thereof to those currently uninsured.
  • HJ279: Commending James L. Jenkins.
  • HJ319: Commending the Douglas S. Freeman H. S. girls' volleyball team.
  • HJ503: Commending the Medical College of Virginia, Health Sciences Division of V.C.U.
  • HJ504: Commending the Virginia Chapter of Meeting Professionals International.
  • HJ5027: Commending Dr. JoAnne Kirk Henry.