Del. Cia Price (D-Newport News)

Photo of Cia Price
Party
Democratic
District
95: Cities of Hampton (part) and Newport News (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2016
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
General Laws, Health, Welfare and Institutions, Public Safety, Privileges and Elections
Age
40
Website
pricefordelegate.com
Twitter
@pricefordel95
Copatroning Habits
83% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 69% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 71% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
31.3% in 2019
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These are all of the video clips of Cia Price’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2016. There are 11 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB198: Recounts; special election to be held in the case of a tie vote, exception.
  • HB199: Presidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact.
  • HB277: Court fines and costs; community work in lieu of payment during imprisonment.
  • HB336: Nonpayment of wages; investigations.
  • HB337: Nonpayment of wages; discriminatory actions prohibited.
  • HB338: Virginia Minimum Wage Act; removes exemption for persons employed in domestic service, etc.
  • HB339: Virginia Minimum Wage Act; removes certain exemption.
  • HB340: Emergency laws; civil relief, citizens of the Commonwealth furloughed.
  • HB420: Emergency services and disaster preparedness plans; DEM to review plans.
  • HB421: Firearms, ammunition, etc.; control by localities by governing possession, etc., within locality.
  • HB422: Youth and Gang Violence Prevention Grant Fund and Program; created and established.
  • HB423: Gun Violence Survivor Assistance Fund and Grant Program; established.
  • HB645: Health insurance; coverage for diabetes.
  • HB1086: Voting; restrictions on the basis of race.
  • HB1254: Redistricting; population data, reallocation of prison populations.
  • HB1255: Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria.
  • HB1256: Virginia Redistricting Advisory Commission; established.
  • HB1445: Reproductive health services; health benefit plans to cover costs of specified health care services.
  • HB5063: Criminal Justice Services, Dept.; powers and duties of Director, law-enforcement training standards.
  • HB5064: Virginia Residential Landlord &Tenant Act; landlord remedies, noncompliance with rental agreement.
  • HB5065: Attorney General; investigation and prosecution of certain offenses committed by law-enforcement.
  • HB5066: Law-enforcement officer training and qualifications; DCJS to develop curriculum & lesson plans.
  • HB5081: Civilian deaths in custody; report.
  • HB5104: Law-enforcement officers, deputy sheriff, etc.; minimum qualifications, disclosure of information.
  • HB5115: Emergency laws; civil relief, citizens furloughed or otherwise receiving reduced wages or payments.
  • HJ38: Gun violence in communities; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study effects.
  • HJ111: Maternal Health Awareness Month; designating July, 2020, and annually thereafter.
  • HR171: Commending the Reverend Terry Davis Edwards.
  • HR172: Commending the Dochiki Civic and Social Club, Inc.
  • HR173: Commending Rosa B. Price.
  • HR174: Celebrating the life of Carolyn Walker Hines.
  • HR175: Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel William A. Hines, Jr., USA, Ret.
  • HR188: Commending Hilton Elementary School.
  • HR189: Commending Flora D. Crittenden Middle School.
  • HB1033: Testing of bodily fluids; deemed consent.
  • HB1991: Domestic terrorism offenses; penalty.
  • HB1992: Localities; regulation of firearms in government buildings.
  • HB1993: Recounts; special election to be held in the case of a tie vote.
  • HB1994: Child care providers; fingerprint background checks.
  • HB1995: Newport News, City of; amending charter, inaugural meeting of newly elected council.
  • HB1996: Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria.
  • HB1997: Public elementary and secondary school students; protective orders, notification.
  • HB1998: HIV or hepatitis B or C viruses; exposure to bodily fluids, infection, hearing on petition.
  • HB1999: Emergency Management, Department of; responsibilities of political subdivisions.
  • HB2000: State agencies; maximum temperature at which certain rooms may be kept.
  • HB2035: Criminal history record information; screening individuals.
  • HB2378: Reproductive health services; health benefit plans required to cover costs.
  • HB2473: Minimum wage; exemptions.
  • HB2554: Discretionary sentencing guideline midpoints; act of domestic terrorism enhancement.
  • HB2693: Qualified mental health professionals; regulations for registration.
  • HJ630: Silence Empowers Violence Break the Code Awareness-to-Action Week.
  • HJ865: Commending Providence Baptist Church.
  • HJ866: Commending Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center.
  • HJ867: Commending United Steelworkers Local 8888.
  • HJ868: Commending The Apprentice School.
  • HJ943: Commending the Newport News Redevelopment and Housing Authority.
  • HJ944: Commending the Silent Children's Garden.
  • HJ964: Commending St. Augustine's Episcopal Church.
  • HJ1063: Commending the Silence Empowers Violence Community Care and Action Teams.
  • HJ1079: Commending the Reverend Christopher C. Carter, Sr.
  • HJ1089: Commending First Church of Newport News.
  • HR226: Maternal and infant mortality; recognizing crisis.
  • HR416: Commending Black women in the General Assembly.
  • HB261: Localities; regulation of firearms in government buildings.
  • HB281: Firearms, certain; possession by minors, parental permission, penalty.
  • HB614: Social work; practice.
  • HB615: Virginia Student Loan Refinancing Authority; established.
  • HB616: Congressional and legislative districts; certain prohibitions.
  • HB1029: Deputy sheriffs and law-enforcement officers; disclosure of information regarding former officers.
  • HB1030: Officer-involved shootings; model policy for investigations, disclosure of report.
  • HB1033: Testing of bodily fluids; deemed consent.
  • HB1034: Biased policing; training standards.
  • HB1138: Qualified Education Loan Ombudsman, Office of the; established, report.
  • HB1183: Hampton, City of; volunteer property maintenance and zoning inspectors.
  • HB1581: Recounts; special election to be held in the case of a tie vote.
  • HB1601: Domestic terrorism offenses; definitions, designation of domestic terrorism organizations.
  • HJ317: Commending the Southeastern Virginia Health System.
  • HJ318: Commending the Newport News Green Foundation.
  • HJ319: Commending New Hope Baptist Church.
  • HJ320: Commending People to People.
  • HJ349: Commending First Baptist Church Jefferson Park.
  • HJ351: Commending First Baptist Church Denbigh.
  • HJ392: Commending the Reverend Ivan T. Harris.
  • HJ394: Celebrating the life of Annie Belle Daniels.
  • HJ522: Commending the Denbigh Lions Club.
  • HJ523: Commending Wesley Grove United Church of Christ.
  • HJ524: Commending An Achievable Dream Middle and High School.
  • HJ525: Commending Refuge Nation Church.
  • HJ526: Commending Heritage High School.
  • HB1895: Virginia Student Loan Refinancing Authority; established, refinancing loan guaranty program.
  • HB2094: Localities; regulation of firearms in government buildings.
  • HB2095: Peer recovery specialists and qualified mental health professionals; registration.
  • HB2096: Virginia Industries for the Blind; exempted from certain procurements.
  • HB2097: HIV or hepatitis B or C virus; testing for infection, order of magistrate.
  • HB2098: Firearms, certain; possession by minors, parental permission, penalty.
  • HB2099: Officer-involved shootings; model policy for investigations, disclosure of report.
  • HB2100: Deputy sheriffs and law-enforcement officers; disclosure of information regarding former officers.
  • HJ696: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); apportionment; certain prohibitions.
  • HJ823: Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Awareness Month.
  • HJ832: Commending Sister To Sister.
  • HJ836: Commending Hampton Roads Community Action Program.
  • HJ837: Commending St. Augustine's Episcopal Church.
  • HJ884: Commending Transitions Family Violence Services.
  • HJ885: Commending Boys & Girls Clubs of the Virginia Peninsula.
  • HJ921: Commending First Baptist Church East End.
  • HJ1015: Commending Everette A. Hicks, Sr.
  • HJ1016: Commending Saint Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church.
  • HJ1018: Commending Ivy Baptist Church.
  • HR378: Commending the Honorable Mamye E. BaCote.
  • HB927: Flamethrowers; criminalizes purchase, possession, or transportation, penalty.
  • HB1159: Criminal Justice Services, Department of; revises powers and duties, community policing.
  • HB1195: Threats of death or bodily injury; penalty.
  • HB1339: Localities; regulation of firearms in government buildings.
  • HJ128: Celebrating the life of Wilford Taylor, Sr.
  • HJ129: Celebrating the life of Roger Parker, Jr.
  • HJ162: Commending Dr. Katherine G. Johnson.
  • HJ317: Commending the Honorable Mamye E. BaCote.
  • HR112: Commending Charles Hall.
  • HR120: Commending Riverside Regional Medical Center.
  • HR204: Commending the Virginia Peninsula Foodbank.
  • HR211: Commending the Newport News Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism.
  • HR212: Commending the Reverend Dr. Corey L. Brown.
  • HR214: Commending the Reverend Dr. Kevin G. Swann.