Del. Marie March (R-Floyd)

Photo of Marie March
7: Counties of Floyd, Montgomery (part), and Pulaski (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2022
Next Election
November 2019
Counties, Cities and Towns, Health, Welfare and Institutions, Public Safety
Copatroning Habits
92% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 66% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 72% of them are Republicans.
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PCPatriot: Republican Women's group celebrates 65 years

August 30, 2022 | 3:00 am


  • HB113: Public school buses; displaying decals with 'In God We Trust' and 'One Nation Under God' on buses.
  • HB114: Volunteer firefighters and emergency personnel; special lifetime hunting and fishing licenses.
  • HB116: Pulaski, Town of; regional criminal justice academy.
  • HB119: Public-Private Competition Act; created, repeals Competitive Government Act, etc.
  • HB150: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; local public bodies to post meeting minutes on its website.
  • HB151: Emergency laws; limits powers and duties of Governor, executive orders.
  • HB152: Sales and use tax; exemption for portion of payment card processing fees.
  • HB153: Unemployment/workers compensation; testing for the use of nonprescribed controlled substances.
  • HB154: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; public records database.
  • HB155: Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; business permitting program, etc.
  • HB509: Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk, penalties.
  • HB510: Employer medical mandates; cause of action.
  • HB511: Students who receive home instruction; participation in interscholastic programs.
  • HB512: COVID-19 immunization; prohibition on requirement, discrimination prohibited.
  • HB513: Capitol Square and the surrounding area, etc.; carrying a firearm or explosive material within area.
  • HB514: Mask mandates; prohibition.
  • HB515: Malicious prosecution; creates civil cause of action, self-defense.
  • HB519: Hospitals; regulations, visitation of individuals infected with COVID-19.
  • HB521: Business regulatory compliance; Sec. of Commerce and Trade to establish task force to study costs.
  • HB522: Students who receive home instruction; participation in interscholastic programs, fees.
  • HJ93: Commending the Honorable Marcus H. Long, Jr.
  • HJ95: Celebrating the life of Paul Allen Duncan.
  • HJ107: Commending Mike Williams.
  • HJ108: Commending David L. Hagan.
  • HJ109: Commending Larry J. Shelor.
  • HJ182: Commending Kellean K. Gale.
  • HJ183: Commending Michael D. Gale.
  • HJ237: Commending the New River Resource Authority.
  • HR165: Commending M.E. Marty Hall, Jr.