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 2015
Committees
General Laws, Militia, Police and Public Safety
Age
67
Website
kayekory.com
Copatroning Habits
71% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 76% 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
9.1% in 2014
Recent Mentions in the Media

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

February 11, 2015
From the Front Row: Kaye Kory's Richmond Reportkory-fcnp The General Assembly is approaching ?Crossover? for the 2015 legislative session. Crossover ? February 11 ? is the deadline for the Senate and House of Delegates to approve bills from their respective chambers that will be sent to the other body.

Washington Post: With time to spare, Va. lawmakers finish work on proposed budget

February 26, 2015
Said Del. Marcus B. Simon (D-Fairfax), another no vote for the budget along with Del. Alfonso H. Lopez (D-Arlington) and Kaye Kory (D-Fairfax): ?We could have given teachers the same 2 percent pay increase as other state employees for about the same ...and more »

Richmond.com: General Assembly briefs: Amended 'Tebow Bill' headed to McAuliffe

February 19, 2015
WINA AM 1070General Assembly briefs: Amended 'Tebow Bill' headed to McAuliffeThe lone remaining piece of redistricting legislation ? Senate Joint Resolution 284, sponsored by Sen. Jill Holtzman Vogel, R-Fauquier ? comes before a House Privileges and Elections subcommittee.Tebow Bill Clears Final Hurdle In General AssemblyWINA AM 1070 (press release)all 57 news articles »

Falls Church News Press: Saslaw, Kory, Marsden Offer Richmond Update at Forum

February 7, 2015
State Senators Dick Saslaw and Dave Marden joined State Del. Kaye Kory before a full house of constituents for a Richmond legislative update at the Sleepy Hollow Elementary School in greater Falls Church Saturday morning, answering a battery of ...

Falls Church News Press: Sen. Saslaw: Campus Rape Bill 'Not As Strong as I Would Like'

February 11, 2015
Sen. Saslaw: Campus Rape Bill 'Not As Strong as I Would Like'Dave Marsden joined State Del. Kaye Kory before a full house of constituents for a Richmond legislative update at the Sleepy Hollow Elementary School in greater Falls Church Saturday morning. The lawmakers answered a battery of questions as the State ...

Bills

  • 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.