Del. Paula Miller (D-Norfolk)

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Party
Democratic
District
87: City of Norfolk (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2005
Left Office
January 2012
Website
delegatepaulamiller.com
Copatroning Habits
63% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 86% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 55% of them are Democrats.
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These are all of the video clips of Paula Miller’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2010. There are 24 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB1423: Marijuana, synthetic; penalties for possession, intent to sell, distribute, etc.
  • HB1460: Public officials; any person who threatens to kill or injure is guilty of Class 1 misdemeanor.
  • HB1562: Home/electronic incarceration; good conduct credits.
  • HB1563: Good conduct credits; failure to comply with order or decree for support.
  • HB1564: Lien of keeper of garage; storage charges.
  • HB1565: Court records; secure remote access restrictions do not apply to secure access by attorneys, etc.
  • HB1812: Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumption for certain police officers.
  • HB1886: Crabbing area; clarifies boundaries where taking or catching of crabs is prohibited.
  • HB2489: Sheriffs' offices vehicles; allows a sheriff to approve display of advertisements.
  • HB2490: Campus police; report of certain incidents to local law-enforcement agency.
  • HB2526: Service handguns; purchase of weapon when resignation in good standing.
  • HJ677: Virginia State Police workforce; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study pay equity.
  • HJ778: Celebrating the life of Robert B. Smithwick.
  • HJ824: Commending the Norfolk Christian High School boys' basketball team.
  • HJ825: Commending the Norfolk Christian High School girls' basketball team.
  • HJ826: Commending the Norfolk Christian High School football team.
  • HJ877: Commending Virginia Wesleyan College on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HJ880: Celebrating the life of Albert Teich, Jr.
  • HB254: Juvenile records; DJJ to provide information in an investigation of criminal street gang.
  • HB255: Gang membership reporting; Juvenile Justice to enter names in Organized Criminal Gang File.
  • HB256: Prisons; disposal of unclaimed personal property of prisoner.
  • HB1233: Virginia National Guard; if called to active duty by Governor, health care, etc., will continue.
  • HB1248: Prostitution; expands to a Class 1 misdemeanor.
  • HB1256: Concealed weapon; certain law-enforcement officers who have resigned eligible to carry.
  • HB1257: Service handguns; certain law-enforcement officers eligible for retirement may purchase.
  • HJ151: Norfolk's Light Rail project; Auditor of Public Accounts to conduct financial audit, report.
  • HJ208: Commending Mary Calcott Elementary School.
  • HJ229: Commending Captain Richard Phillips.
  • HJ438: Commending the Episcopal Church of the Advent on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HR35: Commending the Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School Blue Crab Bowl team.
  • HB273: Interscholastic activities; exclusive use of wood baseball bats.
  • HB1880: Rail & Public Transportation, Dept. of; carry out state safety & security oversight responsibility.
  • HB1881: Absentee voting; ballot may be sent electronically, if voter requests so, if located outside State.
  • HB1987: Driver's license; suspension for failure to pay jail fees related to prisoner's keep.
  • HB1988: Elections; removes curbside voting for persons age 65 and older, are entitled to vote absentee.
  • HB1989: Civil immunity; officers and directors of certain local civic league or community organizations.
  • HB2492: Assault & battery; penalty when committed against Metro Washington Airport Authority police officer.
  • HB2493: Prisoner keep; increases amount locality may charge inmate to defray costs associated therewith.
  • HB2574: Line of Duty Act; amends definition of deceased person thereunder, payment to beneficiaries.
  • HJ670: Celebrating the life of Charles Francis, Jr.
  • HJ671: Commending Ocean View Elementary School.
  • HJ672: Commending Willoughby Elementary School.
  • HJ673: Commending the Tidewater Winds on the occasion of its 25th anniversary.
  • HJ743: Celebrating the life of Joan Gifford.
  • HJ744: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Theodore Alfred Bashford.
  • HJ820: Commending Carolyn LeCroy.
  • HJ851: Commending Holy Trinity School on the occasion of its 85th anniversary.
  • HJ852: Commending W. Randy Wright.
  • HJ924: Celebrating the life of George S. Hughes.
  • HJ960: Commending Lee's Friends on the occasion of its 30th anniversary.
  • HB268: High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; violations in Hampton Roads Planning District.
  • HB269: License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital Foundatn.
  • HB270: Real estate tax; exemptions for elderly and handicapped persons in certain cities and counties.
  • HB271: Line of Duty Act; amends definition of deceased person.
  • HB272: Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (submitting to qualified voters).
  • HB273: Interscholastic activities; exclusive use of wood baseball bats.
  • HB681: Real estate tax; exemptions and deferrals for certain residential or farm property.
  • HB682: Detention center incarceration program; placement of defendant with Department of Corrections.
  • HB683: Real estate tax; reports by owners of income-producing property.
  • HB956: Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; physical evidence recovery kit examinations reimbursements.
  • HB1117: Alcoholic beverage control; suspension and revocation of licenses if meeting place of street gang.
  • HB1118: Real estate tax; exemptions and deferrals for certain residential or farm property.
  • HB1119: Derelict structures; locality authorized to impose fee on record owner.
  • HJ56: Constitutional amendment; exempts certain homeowners from taxation (second reference).
  • HJ280: Commending Thomas R. Smigiel, Jr.
  • HJ418: Commending Tidewater Community College on the occasion of its 40th anniversary.
  • HJ489: Commending the Ocean View Lions Club on the occasion of its 75th anniversary.
  • HJ519: Commending the ACCESS College Foundation on the occasion of its 20th anniversary.
  • HJ541: Celebrating the life of Cayce Eileen Castelow.
  • HJ552: Commending the Norfolk 17.
  • HB2183: Driver's license; suspension thereof for failure to pay jail fees.
  • HB2184: Law-enforcement officer; shall be accused of crime by indictment only.
  • HB2185: Sex Offenses and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act; registrants to submit email address.
  • HB2186: Line of Duty Act; amends definition of deceased person.
  • HB2187: High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; increases fines for drivers in Hampton Roads Planning District.
  • HB3048: Emergency management plans; local and interjurisdictional agency to review.
  • HB3051: Private attorney or collection agency; may collect fines, etc., and have access to DMV records.
  • HB3066: Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits use thereof by certain drivers.
  • HB3103: Income tax, state; provides nonrefundable tax credit to police officers and certain firefighters.
  • HB3117: Criminal Justice Services Board; increases membership for Committee on Training.
  • HJ813: Celebrating the life of D. Marilyn Doheny.
  • HJ820: Celebrating the life of Walter J. Zakrzewski.
  • HR73: Celebrating the life of William Inman Dillon.
  • HB1444: Real estate tax; exemptions for elderly and disabled in City of Norfolk.
  • HB1493: Address Confidentiality Program; established to protect victims of domestic violence.
  • HB1494: Driver's licenses, provisional; restriction on using cellular phones and wireless devices.
  • HJ175: Commending Sharon I. Byrdsong.
  • HJ176: Commending the Norfolk Public Schools.
  • HJ229: Mentoring Month and Thank Your Mentor Day in Virginia.
  • HJ438: Commending Eleanor Field Bradshaw.
  • HJ5121: Celebrating the life of Ann Kennedy Hedgepeth.