Del. Kaye Kory (D-Falls Church)

Photo of Kaye Kory
Party
Democratic
District
38: County of Fairfax (part)
Took Office
January 2010
Left Office
January 2024
Age
77
Website
Twitter
Copatroning Habits
82% of bills she has copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 87% of them are Democrats. Of all of her fellow copatrons of the bills that she copatroned, 70% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Recent Mentions in the Media

Cardinal News: Virginia expanding scholarship for students denied during integration

May 22, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

Falls Church News Press: Del. Kaye Kory Announces Retirement

April 3, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

InsideNoVa: Another Northern Virginia delegate retires, clearing way for Marcus Simon in 13th

April 3, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

Virginia Mercury: Lawmakers consider expanding eligibility for state Brown v. Board of Education Scholarship

January 13, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

FFXnow: Fairfax County’s 2023 delegate races hint at battles between Democratic incumbents

December 22, 2022 | 3:00 am
  

These are all of the video clips of Kaye Kory’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2010. There are 97 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB651: Individuals w/ intellectual disabilities; DMAS to report on use of community intermediate care.
  • HB683: Correctional facilities; prohibited acts, use of canines by officers, etc.
  • HB1419: Brown v. Board of Education Scholarship Program; extension of eligibility.
  • HB1980: School boards; codes of student conduct, student discipline alternatives.
  • HB1981: Regulations governing use of seclusion and restrain in schools; applies to school security officers.
  • HB1982: Public school principals; parental notification of certain student violations.
  • HB1983: Positive behavioral supports for students, etc.; work group to consider best practices.
  • HB1984: Companion animals; amends the definition of 'adequate water.'
  • HB1985: Pet shops; sale of dogs or cats.
  • HB1989: Coyotes or fur-bearing animals; prohibition of killing contests and competitions.
  • HB1999: Right to Contraception Act; sets out statutory protections for an individual's right.
  • HB2000: Higher educational institutions, public; procurement of dogs and cats for research.
  • HB2315: Intellectual/Developmental Disability services; DMAS to study, dissemination of information.
  • HB2366: Health insurance; coverage for diagnosis of and treatment for infertility.
  • HB2483: Elephants; pain-inflicting training tools prohibited, penalty.
  • HB2493: Plastic bag tax; fee usage.
  • HB2498: Va. Freedom of Information Act; training for local officials, members of park authorities' boards.
  • HR241: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Nancy Beth Firestone.
  • HR268: Commending Rick Nealis.
  • HR269: Commending David M. Poole.
  • HR315: Commending Patti G. Meire.
  • HR316: Celebrating the life of Billie Jean Tauber.
  • HR317: Commending the Humane Society of Fairfax County.
  • HR318: Commending the Virginia Conservation Police.
  • HR356: Celebrating the lives of George and Dorothy Ftikas.
  • HR367: Commending Chunyan Wang.
  • HR368: Commending Virginia Dog Army.
  • HR421: Commending Rikki S. Epstein.
  • HR422: Commending Penny Kelly.
  • HR425: Commending the Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing Authority.
  • HR426: Celebrating the life of Cecilia Suyat Marshall.
  • HR427: Commending Urban Search and Rescue Virginia Task Force 1.
  • HR428: Commending Bethany House of Northern Virginia.
  • HR429: Commending the ENDependence Center of Northern Virginia.
  • HR468: Celebrating the life of Anne Murphy O'Neil.
  • HR475: Celebrating the life of Kent DeWayne Carter.
  • HB568: Green banks; regional agreements.
  • HB621: State correctional facilities; communication systems, free telephone calls & communication services.
  • HB645: Virginia Retirement System and local retirement systems; fossil fuel divestment, report.
  • HB648: Comprehensive plan; public hearing.
  • HB650: School boards; school consolidation and redistricting and pupil assignment, etc.
  • HB651: Individuals w/ intellectual disabilities; DMAS to report on use of community intermediate care.
  • HB664: Public utilities; delay of termination of service, serious medical condition, report.
  • HB683: Correctional facilities; prohibited acts, use of canines by officers, etc.
  • HB686: Death of parent or guardian of a child resulting from driving under the influence; child support.
  • HB687: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; changes definition of meeting.
  • HB688: School boards; production of public records, fee schedules.
  • HB701: Uniform Statewide Building Code; local building codes and regulations, etc.
  • HB874: Tax credit, state; automated external defibrillator.
  • HB995: Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for hypertension, heart disease, and COVID-19.
  • HB998: Building energy use intensity; reporting, reduction, requirements, incentive programs.
  • HB1018: Failure to wear a seatbelt; primary offense.
  • HB1095: Health care; decision making, end of life, penalties.
  • HB1171: Commonwealth Clean Energy Financing Authority and Fund; established, report.
  • HB1313: Breeders; records of animals sold or transferred to animal testing facility.
  • HB1337: Gas-powered leaf blowers; local regulation, civil penalty.
  • HB1355: Fossil fuel projects; establishes a moratorium.
  • HJ20: Commending The Arc of Northern Virginia.
  • HJ35: Commending Davis Grant.
  • HJ36: Commending Gay Gardner.
  • HJ42: Commending Families for Safe Streets.
  • HJ94: Commending Shawn Weneta.
  • HJ100: Vision Zero; recognizing the need to commit by advancing policies that will end roadway fatalities.
  • HR53: Commending David and Eunjoo Anderson.
  • HR140: Commending Shincheonji New Heaven New Earth Church.
  • HR141: Commending the Fairfax County School Board.
  • HR155: Commending the Virginia Coalition for Beagle Protection.
  • HR156: Commending Hongyang Tang.
  • HR237: Commending the Justice High School football team.
  • HR238: Commending the Justice High School Scholarship Fund.
  • HR239: Commending Reynaldo Martinez.
  • HB71: Campaign finance; audits of campaign finance reports for certain campaign committees.
  • HB73: Virginia Housing Development Authority; power to make loans, etc.
  • HB93: Flavored tobacco products; sale or distribution prohibited, civil penalty.
  • HB159: Protective orders; prohibited contact, remote control of appliance, etc., by electronic device.
  • HB526: Reproductive health services; health benefit plans to cover the costs of specified services, etc.
  • HB1063: Suicide; abolishes the common-law crime.
  • HB1067: Electric utilities; net energy metering.
  • HB1321: Guardianship; supported decision making.
  • HB1329: Chesapeake Bay Preservation Areas; local governments to designate Areas, etc.
  • HB1649: Health care; decision making, end of life, penalties.
  • HB1706: Pesticides; prohibits the manufacture, distribution, etc., for use of chlorpyrifos.
  • HB1894: Naloxone or other opioid antagonist; certain employees of DJJ authorized to administer.
  • HB1894: Naloxone or other opioid antagonist; certain employees of DJJ authorized to administer.
  • HB1919: Local green banks; authorizes a locality, by ordinance, to establish.
  • HB1919: Local green banks; authorizes a locality, by ordinance, to establish.
  • HB2226: Criminal street gang reporting; notice & process for contesting entry of information into databases.
  • HB2227: Uniform Statewide Building Code; amendments, energy efficiency and conservation.
  • HB2227: Uniform Statewide Building Code; amendments, energy efficiency and conservation.
  • HB2238: Licensed private schools for students with disabilities; accreditation.
  • HB2238: Licensed private schools for students with disabilities; accreditation.
  • HB2250: Humane Cosmetics Act; civil penalties.
  • HB2250: Humane Cosmetics Act; civil penalties.
  • HB2330: Percentage of Income Payment Program and Fund; DHCD & DSS to adopt rules, etc., for adoption.
  • HB2330: Percentage of Income Payment Program and Fund; DHCD & DSS to adopt rules, etc., for adoption.
  • HJ620: Commending Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts.
  • HR508: Commending Lieutenant Colonel Eric Patterson, ANG.
  • HR533: Commending Michael Cassidy.
  • HR738: Commending the McShin Foundation.
  • HR739: Commending Emgage.
  • HR740: Commending Christine LaChance.
  • HR741: Commending Sleepy Hollow Preschool.
  • HR742: Commending John Calvin Presbyterian Church.
  • HR743: Commending Art for the Journey.
  • HR744: Commending Ellie Ashford.
  • HB71: Campaign finance; audits of campaign finance reports for certain campaign committees.
  • HB72: Children; allowing access to firearms by children, recklessly leaving loaded, unsecured firearm.
  • HB73: Virginia Housing Development Authority; power to make loans, etc.
  • HB74: Public schools; mental health awareness training required.
  • HB75: Electric utilities; electric school bus pilot program.
  • HB78: Firearms; purchase, possession, and transporting following certain convictions.
  • HB93: Flavored tobacco products; sale or distribution prohibited, civil penalty.
  • HB114: Prevailing wage; public works contracts, penalty.
  • HB159: Protective orders; prohibited contact, remote control of appliance, etc., by electronic device.
  • HB318: Ammunition for a firearm on school property; Class 1 misdemeanor for possession, penalty.
  • HB355: Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty.
  • HB396: Redevelopment and housing authority; increases compensation of commissioners.
  • HB481: Marijuana; decriminalization of simple marijuana possession, penalty.
  • HB482: Nonpayment of wages; private action.
  • HB483: Standards of Learning; review, racism and inequity.
  • HB488: Hate crimes; gender, disability, gender identity, or sexual orientation, penalty.
  • HB522: 'Students with limited or interrupted formal education;' DOE to develop statewide definition.
  • HB526: Reproductive health services; health benefit plans to cover the costs of specified services, etc.
  • HB527: Student assessments; language translation.
  • HB1058: Hate crimes; reporting to Department of State Police.
  • HB1063: Suicide; abolishes the common-law crime.
  • HB1065: Animal cruelty videos and photos; prohibited, penalty.
  • HB1067: Electric utilities; net energy metering.
  • HB1068: Broadband service; prescriptive easements.
  • HB1073: Tobacco and nicotine vapor products; parental educational information.
  • HB1289: Humane Cosmetics Act; civil penalties.
  • HB1294: English language learner students, certain; removal from certain calculations.
  • HB1298: Electric utility regulation; approval of generating facilities.
  • HB1299: Campaign finance; prohibited personal use, child care exception.
  • HB1306: Renewable energy storage projects; brownfields and reclaimed lands, regulations.
  • HB1311: Project labor agreements; public procurement.
  • HB1312: Dangerous weapons; prohibits possessing or transporting in local government buildings.
  • HB1315: Higher educational institutions, public; students, determination of domicile.
  • HB1321: Guardianship; supported decision making.
  • HB1323: Instructional positions; students identified as having limited English proficiency.
  • HB1326: Teachers; placed on probation, notice of dismissal.
  • HB1329: Chesapeake Bay Preservation Areas; local governments to designate Areas, etc.
  • HB1648: Correctional facilities, state; treatment of prisoners known to be pregnant.
  • HB1649: Health care; decision making, end of life, penalties.
  • HB1704: Health insurance; coverage for case management services and peer support services.
  • HB1705: Pedestrians; drivers to stop when yielding the right-of-way.
  • HB1706: Pesticides; prohibits the manufacture, distribution, etc., for use of chlorpyrifos.
  • HB5060: Crisis intervention team program; annual report by Department of Criminal Justice Services & DBHDS.
  • HB5061: School security officers and school resource officers; training, students with disabilities.
  • HB5086: Mobile crisis co-response team programs; DCJS & DBHDS to establish throughout the Commonwealth.
  • HB5123: Teachers; online courses, student privacy training.
  • HB5126: School resource officers; duties, prohibited from enforcing student discipline policies.
  • HB5127: Crisis intervention teams; bilingual and multilingual members.
  • HJ10: Gun Violence Awareness Day; designating as June 1, 2020, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ21: Women's Equality Day; designating as August 26, 2020, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ125: Commonwealth's stormwater management laws; DEQ to study the effectiveness.
  • HJ267: Celebrating the life of Rosetta Cole Gilbert.
  • HR23: Commending the Virginia Arab American Political Forum.
  • HR57: Celebrating the life of Shirley Jean Ybarra.
  • HR506: Celebrating the life of Bijan C. Ghaisar.
  • HR508: Celebrating the life of Javon Malik Prather.
  • HR595: Commending Antonio Brown.
  • HB1706: Workers' compensation; declares PTSD suffered by a first responder as an occupational disease, etc.
  • HB1707: Campaign finance; audits of campaign finance reports for certain campaign committees.
  • HB1708: License plates, special; issuance for supporters of recovery from addiction - RECOVERY MATTERS.
  • HB1906: Residential automatic pesticide misting systems; prohibition, civil penalties.
  • HB2041: Students; suspension, sufficient cause.
  • HB2565: Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements.
  • HB2579: State Police, Department of; reporting hate crimes.
  • HB2580: Pesticides; prohibits sale, use, etc., of chlorpyrifos, penalty.
  • HB2581: Maternal Mortality Review Team; established, investigations.
  • HB2590: Animal testing facilities; adoption of dogs and cats.
  • HB2591: Higher educational institutions, public; students, determination of domicile.
  • HB2596: Misbranded devices; menstrual products.
  • HB2644: Marijuana; decriminalization of simple possession, penalty.
  • HB2713: Death with Dignity Act; penalties.
  • HB2803: Higher educational institutions, public; employees with training to administer naloxone.
  • HJ612: Commending the Mission of Mercy project.
  • HJ624: Commending Stop Child Abuse Now of Northern Virginia.
  • HJ688: Education, Department of; Advancement Via Individual Determination Programs, report.
  • HJ697: Correctional Officers' Week.
  • HJ698: Commending the Literacy Council of Northern Virginia.
  • HJ728: Commending Richard L. Semmler.
  • HJ729: Individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities; supported decision-making.
  • HJ745: Commending Dominion Hospital.
  • HR228: Commending Gary Grutzik.
  • HR239: Commending Stop Child Abuse Now of Northern Virginia.
  • HR240: Commending Renee Gholz.
  • HR241: Commending Dominion Hospital.
  • HR242: Commending the Literacy Council of Northern Virginia.
  • HR243: Commending Richard L. Semmler.
  • HR254: Commending the Northern Virginia Dental Society.
  • HR255: Celebrating the life of Anne B. Pendleton.
  • HR378: Commending Sandy Evans.
  • HR403: Commending George W. Lamb.
  • HB10: Hate crimes; criminal acts against persons because of gender, etc.
  • HB11: Tuition, in-state; domicile, individuals currently granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
  • HB12: Temporary driver's licenses, permits, etc.; DMV authorized to issue to certain aliens.
  • HB13: Instructional positions; students identified as having limited English proficiency.
  • HB14: Dogs or cats; public animal shelters required to notify intent to euthanize.
  • HB21: Reproductive health services; health benefit plans to cover costs of certain services.
  • HB33: Electric utility regulation; approval of generating facilities.
  • HB36: School calendar; opening day of school year.
  • HB37: Wages; cause of action against an employer for nonpayment.
  • HB42: Suicide; abolishes common-law crime.
  • HB83: Feminine hygiene products; no cost to female prisoners or inmates.
  • HB118: Language development for children who are deaf or hard of hearing; assessment resources.
  • HB152: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts certain feminine hygiene products.
  • HB349: Pupil information; military recruiters, opt-out.
  • HB631: Employers; decisions to opt out of providing contraceptive coverage.
  • HB819: Firearms; prohibits mechanical devices designed to increase rate of fire, penalty.
  • HB1533: Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; applicability.
  • HB1577: Teachers; probation and dismissal.
  • HB1578: School boards; school buildings, potable water, lead testing.
  • HB1579: Public schools; no charge for online courses and virtual programs.
  • HB1591: General Assembly; consideration of legislation, publication of support and opposition reports.
  • HJ2: United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment.
  • HJ7: Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference).
  • HJ273: Celebrating the life of Bijan C. Ghaisar.
  • HR29: Commemorating the 45th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
  • HB40: Public safety answering points; deployment of text-to-9-1-1.
  • HB1133: Paid Sick Leave Pilot Program; established, paid sick leave tax credit.
  • HB1419: Temporary driver's licenses, permits, etc.; DMV authorized to issue to certain aliens.
  • HB1441: Incapacitated persons; expands class of victims of crime of financial exploitation.
  • HB1563: Hospitals; regulations governing, facilities performing abortions.
  • HB1651: Inmate trust accounts; exemption.
  • HB1955: Voter registration records; deadline extension.
  • HB2054: High school graduation and dropout data; formula, on-time graduation.
  • HB2056: Vapor products; imposition of state tax on products, including electronic cigarettes.
  • HB2057: Discrimination; prohibited in private or public employment.
  • HB2089: School boards, local; lead testing of potable water in schools.
  • HB2090: Charitable solicitations; registration statement to include percentage of contributions.
  • HB2091: Elections; early voting.
  • HB2109: Persons with disabilities; expands definition of 'service dog.'
  • HB2223: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; right to speak at open meetings.
  • HB2344: Tuition, in-state; individuals granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, etc.
  • HB2345: Instructional positions; students identified as having limited English proficiency.
  • HJ887: Commending Daniel W. Duncan.
  • HJ933: Celebrating the life of Nicole K. Mittendorff.
  • HJ967: Commending Maria J. K. Everett.
  • HJ968: Commending the Virginia Cable Telecommunications Association.
  • HJ1000: Commending the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology STEM All-Stars.
  • HJ1040: Commending Daniel A. Menasc
  • HJ1041: Commending Margaret Leary.
  • HR326: Commending Phillips Programs.
  • HR327: Commending Daniel W. Duncan.
  • HR328: Celebrating the life of Caitlin Piper Gorove-Funk.
  • HR362: Commending the Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services.
  • HR363: Commending the Fairfax County Department of Vehicle Services.
  • HR364: Commending the Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin.
  • HR389: Celebrating the life of Henry Clay Meador, Jr.
  • HR418: Commending Tenants and Workers United.
  • HB37: Towing motor vehicles; companion animals.
  • HB38: Civil immunity; forcible entry of motor vehicle to remove unattended companion animal.
  • HB40: Public safety answering points; deployment of text-to-9-1-1.
  • HB50: Passing stopped school buses; mailing of summons to owner of vehicle.
  • HB56: Elections; absentee voting by persons age 70 or older.
  • HB57: Student attendance; withdrawal of students absent without excuse.
  • HB93: School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening day of school.
  • HB94: Abortion; informed written consent.
  • HB162: Incapacitated persons; expands class of victims of crime of financial exploitation.
  • HB179: Virginia Human Rights Act; prohibits discrimination in employment.
  • HB252: Assistant speech-language pathologists; duties, report.
  • HB445: Clean fuel vehicle and advanced cellulosic biofuels job creation; reestablishes tax credit.
  • HB478: High school graduation and dropout data; on-time graduation.
  • HB479: Water pollution; signage notice to public.
  • HB482: Transfer of firearms; criminal history record information check, penalties.
  • HB502: Humane Cosmetics Act; prohibits testing cosmetics on animals, penalty.
  • HB503: Public Instruction, Superintendent of; tracking teacher turnover, report.
  • HB506: Trespassing vehicles; towing vehicle.
  • HB534: General Services, Department of; shall post reports from statewide electronic procurement system.
  • HB694: State funding; ratio of full-time equivalent instruction to students with limited English.
  • HB695: Aliens, certain; issuance of licenses, permits, and special identification cards.
  • HB696: Teacher licensure; technology education, military technology training.
  • HB697: Teachers; probation and dismissal.
  • HB698: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; right to speak at open meetings.
  • HB928: Redevelopment and housing authority; increases compensation of commissioners.
  • HB1115: Zebra mussels; education program.
  • HB1129: DSS; annual review of payments made to TANF recipients, report.
  • HB1131: Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments.
  • HB1133: Paid Sick Leave Pilot Program; established, paid sick leave tax credit.
  • HB1135: Virginia-grown food products; purchase by state agencies & institutions & local school divisions.
  • HB1198: Cigarette taxes; increase of tax in Fairfax and Arlington Counties.
  • HB1199: School resource officers; prohibits possession of firearms and other weapons, penalty.
  • HB1366: Motor vehicle title loans and payday loans; military personnel.
  • HB1367: Four-year public institutions of higher education; alternative tuition or fee structures.
  • HJ46: Commending Angela Ammerman.
  • HJ57: Celebrating the life of Anthony Young.
  • HJ127: Commending Glasgow Middle School.
  • HJ209: Commending the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology.
  • HJ330: Commending Danna C. Giusti.
  • HB314: Income tax, state; insurance premiums.
  • HB746: Conflict of Interest Acts, State and Local Gov't. and General Assembly; gifts, disclosures.
  • HB1478: Tuition, in-state; students granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
  • HB1479: General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; prohibited conduct, employment and appointments.
  • HB1557: Non-accredited schools, persistently; Board of Education guidance.
  • HB1586: Community cat programs.
  • HB1777: Recyclable Materials Processing Equipment Tax Credit; extends sunset provision.
  • HB1778: Clean-Fuel Vehicle & Advanced Cellulosic Biofuels Job Creation Tax Credit; extends sunset provision.
  • HB1816: Cosmetologist, licensed or licensed esthetician; clarifies services.
  • HB1825: Nail technicians; regulations of Board for Barbers and Cosmetology for practice, expands definition.
  • HB1875: Land records; Department of Historic Resources exempted from fee for secured remote access record.
  • HB2008: Paid sick leave for employees; civil penalties.
  • HB2185: Driver's licenses, permits, etc.; DMV authorized to issue to certain immigrants.
  • HB2186: Public school buildings; minimum standards, recommendations for minimum usable school site size.
  • HB2187: Virginia Guaranteed Assistance Program; funding allocation.
  • HB2234: Driver's licenses, temporary; DMV authorized to issue to undocumented immigrants.
  • HJ91: Ethics laws governing public officials; report.
  • HJ544: Commending Lieutenant Colonel Luta Mae Cornelius McGrath, USA (Ret.).
  • HJ600: Sexual Assault Awareness Month; designating as April 2015, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ918: Commending Christine Lawson.
  • HR221: Commending Sean Thomas Grapin.
  • HB22: Unemployment compensation; calculating an employer's benefit ratio.
  • HB34: High schools, public; local school boards to set daily school calendar, etc.
  • HB35: School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening day.
  • HB36: Student-athletes; Board of Education to update its guidelines for policies on concussions.
  • HB37: Absentee voting; persons 65 years of age or older added to list to vote by absentee ballot, etc.
  • HB38: TANF; Department of Social Services required to annually review, indexing of payments.
  • HB47: Hybrid electric motor vehicles; repeals annual license tax, refunds.
  • HB59: Tuition, in-state; student eligibility, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
  • HB314: Income tax, state; insurance premiums.
  • HB315: Incapacitated persons; expands class of victims of crime of financial exploitation.
  • HB316: Teachers; probation and dismissal.
  • HB318: A-to-F school grading system; abolishes system for measuring individual school performance.
  • HB319: Income tax, state; Tax Commissioner and State Comptroller to implement procedures for tax refunds.
  • HB320: Reckless driving; passing other vehicles at intersections.
  • HB362: State funding; instructional positions for students having limited English proficiency.
  • HB363: Electric utility regulation; approval of generation facilities.
  • HB484: Electronic cigarettes; prohibited in public elementary and secondary schools.
  • HB555: Highway drains and culverts; localities to prohibit interfering with or impeding storm water runoff.
  • HB742: Electronic textbooks; use in kindergarten through grade 12.
  • HB744: Highway drains and culverts; localities to prohibit interfering with or impeding storm water runoff.
  • HB746: Conflict of Interest Acts, State and Local Gov't. and General Assembly; gifts, disclosures.
  • HB764: Speech-language pathologists, assistant; practice of duties under licensed pathologist.
  • HB961: Elementary and secondary schools; screening students for dyslexia and related disorders.
  • HJ2: Emergency Medical Services Week; designating as third full week in May 2014, and each succeeding yr.
  • HJ10: Early childhood education; recognizing value to children and sets goal of extending availability.
  • HJ91: Ethics laws governing public officials; report.
  • HJ5061: Commending Janyce N. Hedetniemi.
  • HJ5062: Commending Our Daily Bread.
  • HJ5147: Celebrating the life of Roy Irving Brooks.
  • HJ5154: Commending the Community Action Partnership.
  • HJ5155: Commending the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors.
  • HJ5172: Commending AASuccess.
  • HJ5246: Commending the Fairfax County Community Action Advisory Board.
  • HB651: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: I SUPPORT ANIMAL RESCUE.
  • HB1170: Income tax, state and corporate; credit for service renewable energy property.
  • HB1321: Public schools; possession and administration of epinephrine by local health department employee.
  • HB1466: Unemployment compensation; benefit ratio.
  • HB1470: Public charter schools; costs and applications.
  • HB1490: Tuition, in-state; eligibility of student, approval for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
  • HB1491: School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting opening of school year, etc.
  • HB1498: School expulsions; removes provision prohibiting reversal of decision.
  • HB1560: Abortion; removes requirement that a woman undergo transabdominal ultrasound prior to procedure.
  • HB1693: Firearms; removes specific exception for possession on public school property, penalty.
  • HB1893: Virginia Adoptable & Transferable Companion Animal Registry; Veterinarian to establish website.
  • HB1894: Public school programs; opening of the school day.
  • HB1895: Reckless driving; passing other vehicles at intersections.
  • HB2286: Electronic textbooks; specifics for use in elementary and secondary schools, report.
  • HB2299: Elections; sample ballots and other information to be available in languages other than English.
  • HB2337: Public schools; school crisis, emergency management, and medical emergency response plans.
  • HJ597: Commending Callan Bentley.
  • HJ625: Commending Service Source.
  • HJ626: Companion Animal Protection Day; designates as January 23, in 2013 in each succeeding year.
  • HJ727: Distracted Driving Awareness Month; designating as April 2013, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HB650: Companion animals; notice to organizations of scheduled euthanizations.
  • HB651: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: I SUPPORT ANIMAL RESCUE.
  • HB652: Handheld personal communications devices; penalty if text messaging and emailing while driving.
  • HB653: School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year.
  • HB654: Smoking; prohibition on grounds of public schools, etc.
  • HB655: Higher educational institutions; graduation rates.
  • HB656: Parental notification; school investigations.
  • HB1170: Income tax, state and corporate; credit for service renewable energy property.
  • HB1275: Concealed handgun permit; demonstrated competency by applicants.
  • HJ112: Early childhood education; recognizes value to children and sets goal of extending availability.
  • HJ113: ICPRB; joint subcommittee to study State's withdrawal & effects upon source of drinking water, etc.
  • HJ153: Commending Shane Wolfe.
  • HJ425: Commending Belvedere Elementary School.
  • HJ479: Commending Dr. Charles P. Poland, Jr.
  • HJ480: Commending Dr. Robert M. Hazen.
  • HJ481: Commending Dr. Giorgio A. Ascoli.
  • HJ517: Commending the Augusta Regional Free Clinic.
  • HR70: Commemorating the life and legacy of Anna Eleanor Roosevelt.
  • HB1542: Income tax, state; renewable energy property and energy audit tax credits.
  • HB1543: School calendar; Board of Education may waive requirement that school opens after Labor Day.
  • HB1544: Commonwealth Mass Transit Fund; increases percentage of Transportation Trust Fund revenues, etc.
  • HB1545: Smoking; prohibition on grounds of public elementary, intermediate, and secondary schools.
  • HB1546: Handheld personal communications device; texting while driving.
  • HB1547: Income tax, state; nonprofit charitable donations for Energy Star qualified products tax credit.
  • HB1548: Parental notification; school board policy violations.
  • HB1549: Virginia-grown food products; purchase by state agencies and institutions, etc.
  • HB1583: School breakfast & lunch program; Bd. of Education to ensure nutritional content of food is posted.
  • HB2082: School boards; prohibited from charging fees for Advanced Placement testing, etc.
  • HJ561: Global Human Trafficking Awareness Day; designating as January 11, 2011, and each succeeding year.
  • HJ562: Celebrating the life of Sergeant Ronald Ariel Rodriguez, United States Marine Corps.
  • HJ563: Commending Mount Pleasant Baptist Church on the occasion of its 144th anniversary.
  • HJ564: Commending the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology.
  • HJ698: Celebrating the life of Sidney Boyd Savage.
  • HJ967: Commending Kenneth Rasmussen.
  • HJ968: Commending Eden King.
  • HB353: Standards of Quality; average teacher salary.
  • HB1044: Income tax, state; renewable energy property and energy audit tax credit.
  • HB1045: Tax returns; electronic filing by certain tax preparers, employers, and dealers.
  • HB1046: Income tax, state; nonprofit charitable donations for Energy Star qualified products tax credit.
  • HB1047: Mass Transit Fund; increases percentage of Transportation Trust Fund revenues flowing therein.
  • HB1048: Motor vehicles; increases passing distance when approaching bicycles, etc.
  • HB1213: Historic preservation grants; technical and procedural changes to authority of DHR.
  • HB1214: Firearm on public school property; prohibits those in closed container in motor vehicle.
  • HB1245: Surplus property; school boards may donate obsolete technology hardware to nonprofit organizations.
  • HJ165: Commending Parklawn Elementary School.
  • HJ381: Commending Terry Alford, Ph.D.
  • HJ487: Commending Team Fairfax and Fairfax County as the host of the 2015 World Police and Fire Games.
  • HJ488: Commending Dr. Quan Nguyen.
  • HJ489: Commending Falls Church's Premier Athletics Club '97 Fusion girls' soccer team.