Delegate Kaye Kory (D-Falls Church)

Photo of Kaye Kory
Party
Democratic
District
38: County of Fairfax (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2010
Next Election
November 2017
Committees
Commerce and Labor, Finance, Militia, Police and Public Safety
Age
69
Website
kayekory.com
Copatroning Habits
71% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 77% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 56% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
10.3% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Falls Church News Press: From the Front Row: Kaye Kory's Richmond Report

September 21, 2016
From the Front Row: Kaye Kory's Richmond Reportkory-fcnp I have been working with the Mason District Council (of Civic Associations) to set up a district-wide town hall focused on the AirBnB/short-term lodging rentals issue. The town hall has been set for Wednesday, Oct 5 from 7 ? 9 p.m. at Sleepy ...

Blue Virginia (blog): Home Health Bipartisan Group of Legislators Call on Commissioner Cunningham to Ensure Transparency ...

May 9, 2016
Delegate Kaye Kory; ?So long as the State Corporation Commission is not subject to the Freedom of Information Act, it is important that these decisions are made with maximum opportunity for public input and transparency and I hope that they will hold ...

WTOP: Va. lawmaker wants to fine drivers who illegally pass buses

December 1, 2015
A delegate from Fairfax County wants to see that changed so drivers can be fined by mail. ?Being able to enforce the fine is as important as having the cameras,? said Del. Kaye Kory, D-Fairfax, who has introduced a bill to close the loophole in the law.

Falls Church News Press: Lobbyists Scramble in Richmond as Beyer Wins Predatory Towing Law

February 10, 2016
While no bills were passed this time, it was only to allow for the legislators to get to meet these lobbyists for the first time and to hear their side of the story, State Del. Kaye Kory told the News-Press Wednesday. Beyer cited his legislation as ...

Patch.com: Hillary Clinton to Campaign Monday at GMU in Fairfax City

February 28, 2016
?It is my honor to endorse Hillary Clinton's candidacy for president,? said Del. John Bell (D-87th District), who was expected to campaign Sunday for Clinton in Loudoun County. ?Hillary Clinton is the most experienced candidate and is the type of ...and more »

These are all of the video clips of Kaye Kory’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2010. There are 85 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB40: Public safety answering points; deployment of text-to-9-1-1.
  • HB1133: Paid Sick Leave Pilot Program; established, paid sick leave tax credit.
  • 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.