Delegate Bob Marshall (R-Manassas)

Photo of Bob Marshall
Party
Republican
District
13: County of Prince William (part); City of Manassas Park [map]
Took Office
January 1992
Next Election
November 2017
Committees
Counties, Cities and Towns, Finance, Science and Technology
Website
delegatebob.com
Copatroning Habits
77% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 71% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 66% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
2.4% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

WTOP: Upcoming I-66 toll lane briefing, vote still has opponents

December 6, 2016
Del. Bob Marshall, who represents the western end of the area, has long opposed any toll plans and is still hoping for changes to the project. ?They need to delay this,? Marshall said in an interview. ?Just widen the road. Add an additional general ...

Blue Virginia (press release) (blog): Home 2017 Races Virginia House Districts Won by Hillary Clinton Highlight Most Vulnerable GOP Delegates...

December 6, 2016
Again, note the most vulnerable Republican Delegates ? LeMunyon, Greason, Albo, Lingamfelter, ?Sideshow Bob? Marshall, Randy Minchew, Ron Villanueva, Jackson Miller, Rich Anderson, David Yancey, Robert Bloxom Jr., etc. Sensing a ... We are asking ...

ConservativeHQ: Delegate Bob Marshall: Conservatives and ChristiansPlease Don't Elect Hillary!

October 25, 2016
- Please Don't Elect Hillary!Some Republicans say they will not vote for Trump-Pence in this election. Why? They don't like his gruff talk, his past mistakes violate their conscience, or they prefer to play the "long game," i.e. lose this election and build for the future. Not ...and more »

Daily Press: In wake of election, Virginia pro-life and pro-choice groups keep eye on Supreme Court

November 12, 2016
Overturning Roe v. Wade would give states individual authority over abortion laws. "It would take several years, but yeah, I think that's likely," state Del. Bob Marshall said Friday morning. Marshall, R-Prince William, has sponsored bills declaring ...President-elect Trump speaks to a divided country on 60 MinutesCBS Newsall 405 news articles »

Washington Blade: Va. bill would block local anti-LGBT discrimination ordinances

January 8, 2016
State Del. Bob Marshall (R-Prince William County) has introduced a bill that would ban Virginia municipalities from banning anti-LGBT discrimination.and more »

These are all of the video clips of Bob Marshall’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 373 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB163: Income tax, state; deduction for senior citizens.
  • HB379: Electric utility; customer account information, warrant required.
  • HB76: Concealed handguns; authorization and training for persons designated to carry on school property.
  • HB77: Sex or gender discrimination; applicable federal law.
  • HB79: Concealed handguns; possession by full-time faculty members at higher educational institutions.
  • HB83: Federal firearms laws; enforcement.
  • HB84: Capital cases; sentencing defendant, jury instructions.
  • HB120: Data centers, certain; income tax apportionment and sales and use tax exemption.
  • HB121: Data centers, certain; income tax apportionment and sales and use tax exemption.
  • HB132: Risk management plan; coverage for injury or death on state property, concealed handgun prohibition.
  • HB133: Risk management plan; coverage for injury/death on college property, concealed handgun prohibition.
  • HB141: Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; license plate readers.
  • HB142: Use of X-rays, etc.; search warrant required.
  • HB163: Income tax, state; deduction for senior citizens.
  • HB224: Interstate System components; approval of tolls.
  • HB249: National Guard; recruitment and application policies, female applicants.
  • HB280: Site plans; submission for approval by local planning commission, Freedom of Information Act.
  • HB281: FOIA; exclusion pursuant to nondisclosure agreement, building permits.
  • HB282: FOIA; exclusion pursuant to nondisclosure agreement.
  • HB379: Electric utility; customer account information, warrant required.
  • HB380: Interstate 66; tolls prohibited from Haymarket to Interstate 495.
  • HB383: FOIA; exclusion pursuant to nondisclosure agreement, building permit application, site plans.
  • HB384: Commonwealth Transportation Board; meeting.
  • HB385: Discrimination; ordinances or regulations prohibiting.
  • HB481: Compliance with detainers; U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
  • HB494: Refugees, certain; assisting federal government with resettling.
  • HB591: Administrative subpoenas; provider of electronic communication service.
  • HB593: General Services, Department of; regulation of firearms.
  • HB594: Traffic or motor vehicle laws; enforcement of laws, marked law-enforcement vehicles.
  • HB650: Local government; mandatory provisions of a subdivision ordinance, notice to homeowner associations.
  • HB712: Interstate 66; tolls prohibited from Haymarket to Interstate 495.
  • HB713: Interstate 66; advisory referendum on collection of tolls.
  • HB714: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program; electronic benefit transfer card.
  • HB901: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; use of certain revenues.
  • HB1201: Concealed handgun permits; reciprocity.
  • HB1243: Interstate 66; referendum for tolling.
  • HB1244: Interstate 66; referendum for tolling.
  • HB1297: Certain uses in industrial zones; cost of infrastructure.
  • HB1326: Abortion; informed written consent, civil penalty.
  • HJ29: Beginning of life; life of human person commences at conception etc.
  • HJ52: Interstate Highway System; State Route 28 to be included in System.
  • HJ63: Speaker of the House; authority to employ legal counsel to represent General Assembly.
  • HR19: Beginning of life; life of human person commences at conception etc.
  • HB74: Justice for Victims of Sterilization Act; established, creates Compensation Fund.
  • HB1259: Embryo adoptions; recognition, issuance of birth certificate.
  • HB1308: Wire, electronic, or oral communications; civil action for unlawful interception, disclosure, etc.
  • HB1408: Telecommunication records; warrant requirement, prohibition on collection by law enforcement.
  • HB1409: Public contracts; nondiscrimination, required provisions.
  • HB1410: Motor fuels; reduces tax rate on gasoline and gasohol.
  • HB1411: Concealed handguns; possession by faculty members at higher educational institutions.
  • HB1414: Government-issued licenses, etc.; obtaining or renewing, conscience clause.
  • HB1467: Concealed handguns; authorization and training for persons designated to carry on school property.
  • HB1468: Asset forfeiture; civil action.
  • HB1603: Identification cards, special; contents on DMV issued cards.
  • HB1708: Certain industrial uses; transmission lines.
  • HB2333: Underground electrical line; pilot program.
  • HB2334: Electrical transmission lines; underground placement.
  • HB2340: Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; powers and duties of the private entity.
  • HB2356: Underground transmission lines; pilot program.
  • HJ528: Militarization of police; JLARC to study.
  • HJ529: Speaker of the House; authorized to employ legal counsel to represent the General Assembly.
  • HJ541: Grand jury system; Virginia State Crime Commission, report.
  • HJ542: Burial sites of enslaved persons; Department of Historic Resources to study related issues.
  • HJ596: Unserved and underserved populations; JCHC to study resources for health care.
  • HJ772: Commending J. Manley Garber.
  • HJ808: Memorializing the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to authorize clinical
  • HR192: Speaker of the House; authorized to employ legal counsel to represent the House of Delegates.
  • HR214: Beginning of life; recognizes and finds that life of a human person commences at conception.
  • HR242: Epilepsy; USFDA to authorize clinical trials for use of cannabidiol oil, etc., for treatment.
  • HB12: Patent infringement; assertions made in bad faith, bonding requirement not to exceed $250,000, etc.
  • HB13: Telecommunications providers; notices of data releases to federal agencies.
  • HB14: General appropriation bills; expiration date.
  • HB15: Conflict of Interests Acts, State and Local Government and General Assembly; gifts, disclosures.
  • HB16: Shenandoah National Park, Commission on Reconveyance of; established, report.
  • HB17: Electronic communication or remote computing devices; warrant requirement for certain records.
  • HB18: Health insurance; health care plan that includes contraception coverage, etc.
  • HB19: Health insurance; contraception coverage if subscriber or enrollee requests such coverage.
  • HB20: Health insurance; no health insurance plan is required to include contraception coverage, etc.
  • HB21: School boards, local; employee firearms training.
  • HB39: Health care providers, volunteer; VDH shall certify certain persons, immunity from liability, etc.
  • HB40: Motor fuels tax rates; repeals provision that will increase tax, etc.
  • HB41: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; selection of projects.
  • HB43: Federal firearms laws; enforcement.
  • HB74: Justice for Victims of Sterilization Act; established, creates Compensation Fund.
  • HB84: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; change in membership.
  • HB90: Federal government; allows Governor to declare state of emergency in response to a shutdown, etc.
  • HB98: Abortion; sex-selective, penalty.
  • HB113: Opportunity Educational Institution; abolished.
  • HB136: Health insurance exchange; navigators & other exchange assistors, licensing & regulation, penalties.
  • HB140: Multistate Coal Compact; established.
  • HB155: Interstate Offshore Energy Compact; established.
  • HB236: Health benefit plans; renewal and offer of nonconforming plans.
  • HB265: Multistate Non-navigable Waters Compact; established.
  • HB274: Procedures for notifying accused of certificate of analysis; waiver, continuances.
  • HB325: Electronic communications; right to privacy, civil action.
  • HB444: Individual income filing status; married persons.
  • HB531: Planned Parenthood; funding.
  • HB532: Governor; state agencies' use of public media to influence proposed actions.
  • HB533: Governor; state agencies' use of public media to influence proposed actions.
  • HB667: Treasury, Department of; risk management plan for volunteer health care providers.
  • HB684: Marijuana; prescribing, dispensing, etc., as medicine.
  • HB1219: Unconstitutional acts and ultra vires enforcement by localities; remedies.
  • HB1254: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; use of revenues.
  • HB1259: Embryo adoptions; recognition, issuance of birth certificate.
  • HB1264: Health care providers, volunteer; VDH shall certify certain persons, immunity from liability, etc.
  • HB1265: Treasury, Department of; risk management plan for volunteer health care providers, etc.
  • HB1273: Cemeteries & Gravesites of Virginians Held in Bondage, Advisory Commission to Protect; established.
  • HJ4: Federal government's domestic surveillance programs; joint subcommittee to study.
  • HJ5: Virginia's ethics laws; joint subcommittee to study laws governing public officials.
  • HJ5129: Intervention of the General Assembly in Bostic v. Rainey.
  • HR529: Hearings by House Courts of Justice Committee; report.
  • HR530: Hearings by House Committee on Privileges and Elections; report.
  • HR534: House Committee on Rules; intervention of House of Delegates in Bostic v. Rainey.
  • HB1: Unborn children; construing the word 'person' under Virginia law to include.
  • HB815: University of Virginia; university-related foundation funds used in relation to FOIA.
  • HB816: Freedom of Information Act; university-related foundation funds.
  • HB817: FOIA; use of general fund appropriations by colleges or universities.
  • HB818: Freedom of Information Act; use of general fund appropriations.
  • HB819: Virginia College Savings Plan; acceptance of commemorative coins minted by State Treasurer.
  • HB825: Application of foreign law; court decisions will be void as violation of public policy of State.
  • HB1255: Cable franchise; right of cable operator to renew its authority by means of an ordinance.
  • HB1313: Income tax, state; deconforms State laws from provision of Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act.
  • HB1314: Health insurance; contraception coverage.
  • HB1315: Health insurance; contraception coverage.
  • HB1316: Sex-selective abortions; penalty.
  • HB1328: Highways, Commissioner of; agreements with localities.
  • HB1369: School bus stops; school boards shall develop policy for stops located near sex offender residence.
  • HB1417: Health insurance; contraception coverage.
  • HB1529: Justice for Victims of Sterilization Act; established, Fund created.
  • HB1530: Charter; City of Manassas Park.
  • HB1557: School boards; training for persons designated to carry concealed handguns on school property.
  • HB1571: Towing; presentation of statement of charges.
  • HB1576: Virginia armed forces; distributing educational materials.
  • HB2336: Foreclosure; use of false records, documents, or statements.
  • HB2339: Character education program; Department of Education to develop curricular guidelines.
  • HB2340: Agency, political subdivision, etc., of VA; prevents assisting federal government in investigation.
  • HJ542: Constitutional amendment; limits on taxes and revenues, Revenue Stabilization Fund, taxpayer refund.
  • HJ590: Monetary unit based on metallic standard; joint subcommittee to study feasibility, etc.
  • HJ599: Commerce Clause of United States Constitution and Va's ability to regulate commerce; study.
  • HJ600: Commercial banking & investment banking; memorializing Congress enact legislation.
  • HJ871: Celebrating the life of Rafael Fernando Madan, KHS, D.D.S.
  • HR167: U.S. Dept. of Justice White Paper; Congress urged to examine basis for Executive Branch's assertion.
  • HB1: Unborn children; construing the word 'person' under Virginia law to include.
  • HB2: Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project; prohibits use of state funds for Phase II of Project, etc.
  • HB3: Child abuse or neglect; athletic coaches, etc. of private sports teams required to report to DSS.
  • HB4: Child abuse or neglect; athletic coach or director of public school, etc. required to report to DSS.
  • HB27: Residential energy efficiency standards; exempts certain homes from federal cap & trade legislation.
  • HB28: Foreclosure procedures; assignment of deed of trust.
  • HB31: Real property tax valuation; fair market value shall be based on non-restricted uses.
  • HB65: Human papillomavirus vaccine; eliminates requirement of vaccination for female children.
  • HB66: Incandescent light bulbs; creates procedure by which manufacturer may obtain a license from SCC.
  • HB67: Nonnavigable state waters; regulation exclusively by Commonwealth.
  • HB68: Legislation; introduction of bills referring to taxes.
  • HB91: Higher educational institutions; possession of concealed handguns by faculty members.
  • HB92: Urban development areas; incorporation of areas optional rather than mandatory, etc.
  • HB109: Personal Localized Alerting Network.
  • HB815: University of Virginia; university-related foundation funds used in relation to FOIA.
  • HB816: Freedom of Information Act; university-related foundation funds.
  • HB817: FOIA; use of general fund appropriations by colleges or universities.
  • HB818: Freedom of Information Act; use of general fund appropriations.
  • HB819: Virginia College Savings Plan; acceptance of commemorative coins minted by State Treasurer.
  • HB820: National Guard; eligibility for service.
  • HB821: Wrongful foreclosure; creates civil cause of action for owner of any residential real property, etc.
  • HB822: Mortgage modification; application, limitations on foreclosure.
  • HB823: Planning district commissions; functional areas warranting regional cooperation shall be limited.
  • HB824: HPV vaccine; State shall assume liability for any injury resulting from administration.
  • HB825: Application of foreign law; court decisions will be void as violation of public policy of State.
  • HB826: Bigamy; penalty.
  • HB827: Transportation districts; repeals allocation of funds.
  • HB828: Elections; voter integrity and identification provisions.
  • HB1160: Unlawful detention of U.S. citizens; prevents any agency, etc., from assisting in investigation.
  • HB1174: Health insurance; policies without abortion coverage.
  • HB1227: Presidential primaries; prohibits a political party from requiring a loyalty oath.
  • HB1255: Cable franchise; right of cable operator to renew its authority by means of an ordinance.
  • HJ12: Banks; joint subcommittee to study whether to establish a bank to be operated by State.
  • HJ118: Alternate medium of commerce or currency; joint subcommittee to study whether State should adopt.
  • HJ119: Medicaid; joint subcommittee to study reducing costs by increasing efficiencies and reducing fraud.
  • HJ171: Medicaid; joint subcommittee to study reducing costs using telemedicine.
  • HB12: Group health insurance; allows coverage to be extended to full-time students under age 27.
  • HB15: Terrorism, federal; those accused or convicted shall not be held in custody in state/local facility.
  • HB338: Claims; Mr. and Mrs. Brian Cebula.
  • HB1060: School boards; any locality in Planning District 8 may establish system of staggered elections.
  • HB1119: Charter schools, public; Board of Education may submit recommendation as to approvl of application.
  • HB1319: Carbon dioxide emissions; defers USEPA enforcement of any standards or cap and trade provisions.
  • HB1397: Residential energy efficiency standards; exempts certain homes from federal cap & trade legislation.
  • HB1398: Carbon dioxide emissions; defers USEPA enforcement of any standards or cap and trade provisions.
  • HB1440: Unborn children; construing the word 'person' under Virginia law to include.
  • HB1457: Freedom of Information Act; violations and penalties.
  • HB1458: Retained asset accounts; disclosures to beneficiaries.
  • HB1506: Foreclosure procedures; assignment of deed of trust.
  • HB1721: Urban development areas; makes incorporation of areas optional rather than mandatory.
  • HB1722: Freedom of Information Act; designation of records, penalties for certain violations.
  • HB2235: Lyme disease; adds confirmed and suspected cases to list of diseases required to be reported.
  • HB2236: Commercial use of State seals; State Treasurer to mint gold, etc., coins for commemorative use.
  • HB2473: Foreclosure procedures; assignment of deed of trust.
  • HB2474: National Guard; eligibility for service.
  • HJ496: Constitutional amendment; restriction on content of a law that appropriates funds (first reference).
  • HJ557: Alternative currency; subcommittee to study whether should adopt if breakdown of Federal Reserve.
  • HJ558: U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights; subcommittee to study compliance of federal government, etc.
  • HJ904: Commending Megan P. Lawless.
  • HR63: Commending the Battlefield High School football team.
  • HR73: Federal ethanol policy; U.S. Congress urged to address issues of liability, etc.
  • HB10: Individual health insurance coverage; resident of State not required to obtain, etc., policy.
  • HB11: Health care services; peer utilization reviews on reconsideration of an adverse decision.
  • HB12: Group health insurance; allows coverage to be extended to full-time students under age 27.
  • HB13: Presentence reports; available to counsel for convicted person.
  • HB14: Domestic relations cases; witness refusal to answer question on ground that it may self-incriminate.
  • HB15: Terrorism, federal; those accused or convicted shall not be held in custody in state/local facility.
  • HB28: Credit default insurance; definition.
  • HB31: Health benefits plans; sale by foreign health insurers to persons in State.
  • HB32: Concealed handguns; possession by faculty members at state institutions of higher education.
  • HB33: Debt, state and local; estimates of debt service costs to be included in ballot question.
  • HB34: Health insurance; mandated coverage for autism spectrum disorder.
  • HB35: Inpatient and outpatient surgical complications; physician to report to Board.
  • HB36: Lyme disease; added to list of diseases required to be reported to Department of Health.
  • HB37: Overload and overweight permits; fees established by Commissioner.
  • HB84: Search warrants, out-of-state; to be honored by State corporation or other entity.
  • HB85: Umbilical cord blood education; Commissioner of Health to develop and post information on website.
  • HB86: SCC; proposed rate, charge, etc., of public service company should be in best interest of citizens.
  • HB87: Medical incident compensation; penalties.
  • HB112: Unborn children; constitutionally guaranteed rights.
  • HB114: Campaign contributions; stored value cards prohibited.
  • HB331: Charter schools, public; Board may submit recommendation to school board to approve applications.
  • HB332: Alternative onsite sewage systems; routine testing.
  • HB333: Naming highways, etc.; allows Transportation Board to name.
  • HB334: Abortion; information required for informed consent.
  • HB335: Residency training; accredited courses to be completed for licensure to practice medicine.
  • HB336: Cash proffers; broadens locality's ability to use for capital projects.
  • HB337: Charter; Town of Middleburg.
  • HB338: Claims; Mr. and Mrs. Brian Cebula.
  • HB339: Foreign insurers; requires SCC to issue a license authorizing insurer to transact business in State.
  • HB340: Elections; evidence of qualifications from candidate.
  • HB341: Elections; voter integrity and identification provisions.
  • HB342: Alcoholic beverage control; privatization of ABC stores.
  • HB344: Efficiency in Government Advisory Councils; established.
  • HB345: Medicaid; withdrawal upon passage of federal health reform.
  • HB1059: Transportation Capital Projects Bond Act of 2010; created.
  • HB1060: School boards; any locality in Planning District 8 may establish system of staggered elections.
  • HB1061: Transportation Bond Act of 2010; created.
  • HB1119: Charter schools, public; Board of Education may submit recommendation as to approvl of application.
  • HB1294: Health insurers; efficiency information.
  • HB1317: Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; funds to financial institutions for small business loans.
  • HB1318: Governor; prohibited from holding an official leadership position in a national political party.
  • HB1319: Carbon dioxide emissions; defers USEPA enforcement of any standards or cap and trade provisions.
  • HJ7: Constitutional amendment; health care freedom (first reference).
  • HJ14: Defensive medicine; joint subcommittee to study alternatives that will reduce costs.
  • HJ23: Unemployment Compensation Act; JLARC to study effectiveness of deputy-level hearings on claims.
  • HJ62: Banks; joint subcommittee to study whether to establish those to be operated by State.
  • HJ63: State government efficiency; joint subcommittee to study.
  • HJ67: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first resolution).
  • HR1: State government efficiency; House of Delegates subcommittees to study.
  • HB65: Voters and voting; photo identification required to vote.
  • HB88: Voter registration; adds party affiliation to information applicant to provide.
  • HB1587: REAL ID Act; State will not comply with provision thereof that they determine would compromise.
  • HB1588: Autism spectrum disorder; mandated health insurance coverage therefor.
  • HB1616: Conflict of Interests Act, State & Local Government; disclos. by certain members of advisory agency.
  • HB1639: Human beings, preborn; constitutional right to enjoyment of life from moment of fertilization.
  • HB1640: Deeds & deeds of trust; when corporation, etc., is grantee deed or trust must contain certain names.
  • HB1641: Efficiency in Government Advisory Councils; established.
  • HB1642: Highways, bridges, or interchanges; Transportation Board may name for living person, etc.
  • HB1656: Concealed handguns; allows faculty members at institutions of higher education to carry on campus.
  • HB1657: Appointment of guardian/conservator; when court hearing petition therefor, spouse may be appointed.
  • HB1658: Campaign contributions; prohibits candidate from accepting stored value cards.
  • HB1759: Transportation Capital Projects Bond Act of 2009; created.
  • HB1760: Claims; Mr. and Mrs. Brian Cebula.
  • HB2319: Overload and overweight permits; revises fees.
  • HB2320: Financial Guaranty Insurance; established.
  • HB2509: Elections; voter integrity and identification provisions.
  • HJ20: Constitutional amendment; restriction on entities that may impose taxes (first reference).
  • HJ21: Constitutional amendment; restriction on entities that may impose taxes (first reference).
  • HJ48: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds.
  • HJ621: Ethanol production; requests U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to grant temporary waiver.
  • HJ641: School choice programs; joint subcommittee to study programs for secondary school students.
  • HJ718: Utility-scale energy; joint subcommittee to study generation from offshore winds and investment.
  • HJ719: Medicaid; joint subcommittee to study reducing costs by increasing efficiencies and reducing fraud.
  • HJ720: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Fund, Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund, etc.
  • HJ892: Celebrating the life of Thomas Vander Woude.
  • HR38: Security & Prosperity Partnership of North America; Congress urged to withdraw U.S. therefrom.
  • HR502: Interstate rest areas; Transportation Board to take steps to reopen those closed in July 2009.
  • HR503: Interstate rest areas; Department of Transportation requested to reopen those closed in July 2009.
  • HB62: State Corporation Commission; introduction of evidence from certain experts.
  • HB63: Motor vehicle; forfeiture thereof for two or more offenses of driving without valid license.
  • HB64: Polling places; governing body to post notice of voting qualifications.
  • HB65: Voters and voting; photo identification required to vote.
  • HB66: Cord Blood Bank Initiative; removes certain language.
  • HB67: Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers.
  • HB68: Voter registration applications; proof of citizenship.
  • HB69: Print media advertisements; requirement for those sponsored by political party committee.
  • HB70: Elections; nominations, and form of ballots.
  • HB71: Building permit; localities may adopt provisions for assessment of impact fees prior to issuance.
  • HB72: Building permit; localities may use impact fees for capital improvements.
  • HB73: Tranpsortation Board; naming of highways, etc., and cost of construction.
  • HB80: Zoning ordinance violation; action on which lis pendens is based.
  • HB81: Abortion; illegal upon overturning of Roe v. Wade.
  • HB82: Single-family dwellings; fines for zoning violations related to overcrowding.
  • HB83: Children; insurance companies to provide coverage for habilitative services.
  • HB88: Voter registration; adds party affiliation to information applicant to provide.
  • HB89: Human papillomavirus vaccine; removes requirement for girls to receive immunization.
  • HB178: Motor vehicle; forfeiture thereof for two or more offenses of driving without insurance.
  • HB179: Civil remedial fees; alternatives to fee for certain offenses.
  • HB180: Motor vehicle; forfeiture thereof for two or more offenses of driving without valid license.
  • HB181: Juror information; court may in criminal trial issue an order regulating disclosure thereof.
  • HB182: Virginia Museum of Natural History and Science Museum of Virginia; consolidation thereof.
  • HB183: Real estate tax; exemption for elderly and handicapped persons legally present in United States.
  • HB184: Real estate tax; relief for certain rehabilitated, renovated, or replacement real property.
  • HB185: Trucks and combination vehicles; Transportation Board to impose fee for use in maintaining highways.
  • HB186: Driver's license, etc.; DMV to require proof of U.S. citizenship prior to issuance and renewal.
  • HB187: Public Procurement Act; expands forms of bid, payment, and performance security.
  • HB188: Human papillomavirus vaccine; extends sunset provision requirement for 6th grade girls to receive.
  • HB189: Payday lending charges; power of localities to regulate.
  • HB197: Recordation tax; refinancing or modification of terms of debt.
  • HB198: Human Rights, Division of; establishment within Department of Law.
  • HB199: Registered voters; Board of Elections to furnish lists to school superintendents to conduct census.
  • HB200: Single-family dwellings; fines for zoning violations related to overcrowding.
  • HB201: Appropriation act and budget bills; searchable electronic copies.
  • HB202: Ordinances; adoption of certain after general elections.
  • HB203: Planning and Budget, Director of Department; required to have searchable budget database website.
  • HB204: Richard Bland College; integrates into Virginia Community College System.
  • HB205: Zoning ordinance; provisions for issuance of inspection warrants by magistrate.
  • HB206: Consumer Affairs, Office of; removed from Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
  • HB415: Competition Council; repeals Council.
  • HB416: Innovative Technology Authority and Center; repealed, adding certain Funds, report.
  • HB417: Public schools; certain information required on birth certificates for entrance.
  • HB418: Uniform Statewide Building Code; energy efficiency rating to be included in final inspection.
  • HB419: Educational programs; computation of composite index.
  • HB420: Income tax, state; qualifying educational expenses tax credit.
  • HB421: Alcoholic beverage control; privatization of ABC stores, report.
  • HB422: Abortion; post-viability.
  • HB423: Planning and Budget, Director of Department of; required to have searchable budget database website.
  • HB424: Higher educational institutions; possession of concealed handguns by faculty members.
  • HB425: Higher educational institutions; birth certificate required for admission, report.
  • HB426: Public Procurement Act; expands forms of bid, payment, and performance security.
  • HB427: William and Mary Board of Visitors; election by alumni.
  • HB428: Supreme Court of Virginia; adoption of certain rules.
  • HB429: Abortion; forced or coerced prohibited, penalty.
  • HB665: Utility Transfers Act; SCC to find that acquisition will not cause rates of cooperative to increase.
  • HB666: Utility Transfers Act; prohibits SCC from approving an application by an investor-owned elec. util.
  • HB667: Health insurance; coverage for alternatives to surgery.
  • HB668: Health insurance, individual; statements regarding grounds for refusal to cover.
  • HB669: Health insurance; mandated coverage for medically necessary amino acid-based elemental formulas.
  • HB670: Abortion; regulation of provider businesses.
  • HB671: Parental notification; student's receipt of mental health treatment.
  • HB672: Higher educational institutions; establishing policies to provide single-sex housing to students.
  • HB1575: Oath of office; person elected to State office to make oath before notary if in military.
  • HB6030: Transportation Capital Projects Bond Act of 2008; created.
  • HB6031: Vehicle overweight and overload fees; establishment by Transportation Board of new schedule thereof.
  • HB6032: Efficiency in Government Advisory Councils; established.
  • HB6033: Commonwealth Competition Council; repeals, monetary savings applied to Transportation Trust Fund.
  • HB6034: Law, Department of; establishment of Division of Human Rights; elimination of Human Rights Council.
  • HB6035: Virginia Museum of Natural History and Science Museum of Virginia; consolidation thereof.
  • HB6036: Alcoholic beverage control; Board to study on how to privatize government stores, etc.
  • HB6037: Consumer Affairs, Department of; established, removed from Dept. of Agriculture & Consumer Services.
  • HB6038: Letting of contracts; Transportation Board to determine which transportation projects to be funded.
  • HB6039: Motor fuels; quarterly reporting thereof sold to retailers.
  • HB6040: Highway construction funds, primary; allocates funds among State's 23 planning districts.
  • HB6041: Secondary highway system; excludes certain subdivision & local subdivision streets from being taken.
  • HB6049: Naming rights to highways, etc.; Transportation Board to grant to individuals & certain businesses.
  • HB6050: Transportation Board; repeals authorization to issue bonds in an amount not to exceed $3 billion.
  • HJ2: Requesting the Governor to implement recommendations of 2002 Governor's Commission on Efficiency.
  • HJ20: Constitutional amendment; restriction on entities that may impose taxes (first reference).
  • HJ21: Constitutional amendment; restriction on entities that may impose taxes (first reference).
  • HJ22: Residential and commercial development, new; joint subcommittee to study identifiable costs.
  • HJ48: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds.
  • HJ80: Consolidating certain departments; Governor to determine appropriate methods and timing, report.
  • HJ81: Lottery Department; consolidating certain departments into one, report.
  • HJ82: Budget database; House and Senate Committees recognizing need to establish searchable website.
  • HJ86: Security & Prosperity Partnership of North America; U.S. to withdraw threrefrom.
  • HJ165: Aging; joint subcommittee to study reducing cost of caring for population in State.
  • HJ6007: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference).
  • HJ6008: Biogas; joint subcommittee to study use thereof for transportation purposes.
  • HJ6009: State employees; Dept. of Human Resource Management to study establishment of four-day work week.
  • HJ6010: Fuel costs, rising; joint subcommittee to study role of State & its localities in response thereto.
  • HJ6011: Ethanol production; EPA to grant waiver from Renewable Fuel Standard.
  • HJ6060: Consolidation of certain state departments; Governor to analyze & determine methods and timeline.
  • HJ6061: 2002 Governor's Commission on Efficiency and Effectiveness; requesting Governor to implement.
  • HJ6062: Lottery Department; Governor to determine method & timing for consolidating departments thereunder.
  • HR2: Budget database; directing House Committee on Appropriations to establish searchable website.
  • HB52: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM.
  • HB53: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: PROFESSIONAL AUTO RACING.
  • HB183: Condemnation; offer to repurchase.
  • HB184: Spot blight abatement; condemnation.
  • HB412: Gamete donors; anonymous donations thereof prohibited in medical procedures.
  • HB1199: Oral contraceptives; requirements for prescribing for minors.
  • HB1660: Premarital agreements; contents.
  • HB1661: Adultery; definition.
  • HB1662: Child custody; consideration of marital fault.
  • HB1663: Domestic relations cases; invocation of constitutional rights.
  • HB1664: Divorce; marital fault to be factored into equitable distribution.
  • HB1665: Abortion; forced or coerced against will prohibited.
  • HB1666: Transportation impact fees, statewide; Transportation Board to assess and impose.
  • HB1667: Impact fees; Transportation Board to assess and impose on new developments in Loudoun County.
  • HB1668: Impact fees; Transportation Board to assess and impose on new developments in Loudoun County.
  • HB1669: Impact fees; subdivision ordin. may include provision thereof for inadequate public safety facility.
  • HB1670: Impact fees; subdivision ordin. may include provisions thereof for inadequate school facilities.
  • HB1671: Impact fees; subdivision ordin. may include provisions thereof for inadequate park, etc. facilities.
  • HB1672: Real property; establishes separate classes for purposes of taxation rates.
  • HB1673: Immigration, Commission on; created, report.
  • HB1716: Trucks & combination vehicles; Transp. Bd. to impose fee thereon for use of maintaining hwys.
  • HB1717: Recordation tax; distribution of excess revenues to Transportation Board for certain projects.
  • HB1718: Rezoning applic.; locality may deny/modify req. if existing netwk. inadequate to accomodate traffic.
  • HB1742: Streets; prohibits taking additional into state secondary highway system.
  • HB1743: Lyme disease; adds to list of diseases required to be reported to Department of Health.
  • HB1744: Real estate tax; increases income limit for elderly and disabled taxpayers.
  • HB1745: Residential development; impact fee assessments..
  • HB1746: Railroad corridors; Dept. of Rail & Public Transportation to update inventory of those abandoned.
  • HB1747: Emergency Evacuation Response Routes; designating portions of certain hwys. in 8th Plan. District.
  • HB1748: Route 606; designating as component of state primary highway system in Loudoun County.
  • HB1749: Dulles Toll Road; imposition on increase and use of tolls.
  • HB1750: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing Vietnamese Heritage and Freedom Flag.
  • HB1751: License plates, special; issuance of those promoting brain tumor awareness.
  • HB1752: School boards, local; unexpended funds.
  • HB1753: Route 606; designating as component of state primary highway system in Loudoun County.
  • HB1754: Transportation funds; VDOT to publish annually in hard copy and in electronic format list thereof.
  • HB1883: Abortion clinics; regulations and licensure.
  • HB1884: Impact fees; localities may assess for residential development if school facilities inadequate.
  • HB1885: Voice-over-Internet protocol service; revises definition.
  • HB1886: Streets; prohibits taking additional into state secondary highway system.
  • HB2117: Community Investment Corporation Development Commission; created, report.
  • HB2118: Residential development; impact fees for public facilities related thereto.
  • HB2119: Underground electric transmission lines; locality may request at own expense.
  • HB2120: Small Employer Health Insurance Exchange Act; created.
  • HB2121: Health Insurance Exchange Act; created.
  • HB2122: Health Insurance Risk Transfer Plan; created.
  • HB2123: Fertility treatments; disclosure required of ova donors.
  • HB2124: Abortion; illegal upon overturning of Roe v. Wade.
  • HB2125: Abortion; prohibits those coerced and provides civil remedy.
  • HB2795: Subdivision streets; certain requirements for taking thereof into state secondary highway system.
  • HB2796: Impact fees; locality to impose and collect fees to cover costs of issuing permits .
  • HB2797: Born and preborn human being; constitutional right to enjoyment of life.
  • HB2798: Divorce, no-fault; parties with minor children cannot obtain.
  • HB3029: Underground electric transmission lines; locality may request at own expense.
  • HB3030: Regional transmission organizations; repeals provisions requiring that electric utilities join.
  • HB3031: Comprehensive plans; affect of approval of transmission lines.
  • HB3065: Public Procurement Act; expands form of bid, payment, and performance security.
  • HJ18: Constitutional amendment; Transp. Fund, Transp. Trust Fund, & Hwy. Maintenance & Operating Fund.
  • HJ582: Marriage; joint subcomm. to study effect of no-fault divorce on formation, duration, & dissolution.
  • HJ583: Cord Blood Bank Initiative; Dep. of Health to seek federal funding & support from Congressional Del.
  • HJ584: Stem Cell Research, Jt. Sub. Studying Medical, Ethical, & Scientific Issues Relating to; continued.
  • HJ588: Constitutional amendment; localities may adopt ordinance for assessment of impact fees & proffers.
  • HJ589: Rail transportation; study feasibility thereof along Washington & Old Dominion Rail Trail.
  • HJ590: Constitutional amendment; locality may adopt an ordinance providing assessment of impact fees.
  • HJ591: New residential and commercial development; joint subcommittee to study identifiable costs thereof.
  • HJ608: New residential and commercial development; joint subcommittee to study identifiable costs thereof.
  • HJ630: Highway user fees; joint sub. to study feasibility of creating equitable system for charging fees.
  • HJ761: Speaker of House of Delegates; confirming appointments.
  • HJ899: Commending Orbital Sciences Corporation and its partners.
  • HJ1011: Joint Rules Committee; confirming appointments.
  • HR43: Marriage; House Comm. on Cts. of Justice to study effect of no-fault divorce on formation, etc.
  • HR44: Interstate Route 95; Maryland and District of Columbia urged to construct.
  • HR49: House of Delegates; amends and readopts Rule 18 pertaining to subcommittees and voting.
  • HR57: House Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming nominations.
  • HB51: School buses; requiring safety belts.
  • HB52: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM.
  • HB53: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: PROFESSIONAL AUTO RACING.
  • HB54: Attorneys; continuing legal education credits for members of General Assembly.
  • HB55: Biennial budget; continuation of budget, failure to enact.
  • HB117: Highway system construction funds; vehicle registration factor in allocation thereof.
  • HB118: Transportation Trust Fund; increases amount of sales and use tax revenue dedicated thereto.
  • HB119: Highway system construction funds; distributes allocation to planning districts.
  • HB120: Attorneys; continuing legal education credits for members of General Assembly.
  • HB121: Real estate tax; increases amount of exemptions for elderly or disabled in Northern Virginia.
  • HB122: SWAM businesses; additional certification not required to participate in any program.
  • HB183: Condemnation; offer to repurchase.
  • HB184: Spot blight abatement; condemnation.
  • HB185: Public Procurement Act; prohibited contract, required contract provisions.
  • HB186: Immigration, Commission on; created, report.
  • HB187: Unmarried women; prohibition on provision of certain intervening medical technology.
  • HB188: Death penalty; changes in provisions.
  • HB189: Abortion clinics; regulations and licensure.
  • HB190: Condemnation of property; definition of public uses by localities.
  • HB197: Marriage licenses; requires parties contemplating marriage to choose one of two types.
  • HB198: Interstate Route 81 Development Authority; created, toll collection for use by certain vehicles.
  • HB199: Motor vehicle sales and use tax; definition of sale price.
  • HB200: Fees; Transportation Board to impose on trucks, etc. for use in maintaining highways.
  • HB201: Toll facilities; localities may have agreements for construction and operation thereof.
  • HB202: Real estate tax; increases amount of exemptions for elderly or disabled in Northern Virginia.
  • HB203: Boy Scouts of America and Girl Scouts of the USA; equal access to public facilities.
  • HB204: Video monitors or display; prohibition in motor vehicles does not extend to multifunctional devices.
  • HB205: Sex offenders; prohibits residence in proximity to schools.
  • HB237: Abortion services; requires physicians to reside and practice in State.
  • HB238: Racing Commission; local referendum on racetrack or satellite facility.
  • HB374: Constitutional amendment (voter referendum); marriage.
  • HB408: Eminent domain; definition of public uses.
  • HB409: Dulles Toll Road; imposes certain conditions on increase and use of tolls.
  • HB410: Recordation tax; distribution for transportation.
  • HB411: Reducing nutrient discharges; sewage treatment facilities to meet nutrient loading allocation.
  • HB412: Gamete donors; anonymous donations thereof prohibited in medical procedures.
  • HB413: Cord Blood Bank Initiative; created.
  • HB1190: Escrow accounts; prohibits lender making mortgage loan from charging borrower separate fee, etc.
  • HB1191: Unborn child; cause of action for wrongful death thereof.
  • HB1192: Cash proffers; road improvements.
  • HB1193: Chesapeake Bay Preservation; grants impact fee authority to localities with designated areas.
  • HB1194: Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local; required disclosure by parties to zoning cases.
  • HB1195: Transportation Plan; inadequacy of local or regional system.
  • HB1196: Building permit; payment of impact fees prior to issuance.
  • HB1197: Residential development; impact fee assessments.
  • HB1198: Voice-over-Internet protocol service; eliminates the jurisdiction of the SCC to regulate.
  • HB1199: Oral contraceptives; requirements for prescribing for minors.
  • HB1479: Electronic toll payment; discount for those using Smart Tag and EZ Pass.
  • HB1519: Perennial streams; certain localities to use U.S. Geological Survey's maps designating water bodies.
  • HB1520: Proffered cash payments; locality may accept conditions if has had population growth of 5% or more.
  • HB1521: Comprehensive plans; road improvements.
  • HB1610: Zoning ordinances; locality may deny or modify request if inadequate road capacity.
  • HB5005: Transportation Trust Fund; funding in connection with rezoning application.
  • HB5007: Zoning ordinance; locality may deny or modify if inadequate road capacity for proposed development.
  • HB5010: Toll facilities; prohibits conveyance thereof within Planning District 8 without GA approval.
  • HB5011: Budget Bill; continuation for twelve months.
  • HB5016: Toll facilities; localities may have agreements for construction and operation thereof.
  • HB5017: Appropriation act, general; Governor's spending authority in absence thereof.
  • HB5018: Payment; prohibition thereof out of treasury of Commonwealth.
  • HB5020: Impact fees; collection thereof by localities.
  • HB5023: Highway impact fees; local governing body to impose & collect for funding of hwy. maintenance.
  • HB5024: License plates, special; issuance of those promoting brain tumor awareness.
  • HB5031: Real property taxation; establishes as separate classes thereof.
  • HB5041: Zoning ordinance; locality may deny/modify rezoning if inadequate road capacity for prop. developmt.
  • HB5042: Zoning ordinance; locality may deny/modify rezoning if inadequate road capacity for prop. developmt.
  • HB5043: Route 606; designating as component of state primary highway system in Loudoun County.
  • HB5068: Toll facilities; prohibits conveyance of any agreement or contract without authorization of G.A.
  • HB5096: Secondary system highways; prohibits taking additional streets into area unless subject to control.
  • HJ18: Constitutional amendment; Transp. Fund, Transp. Trust Fund, & Hwy. Maintenance & Operating Fund.
  • HJ41: Constitutional amendment (second resolution); marriage.
  • HJ48: Stem Cell Research; Joint Subcommittee studying medical, ethical, etc. relating thereto continued.
  • HJ127: Mass transit; joint subcommittee to study.
  • HJ210: Speaker of House of Delegates and Joint Rules Committee; confirming appointments.
  • HJ406: Joint Rules Committee; confirming appointments.
  • HJ5031: Celebrating the life of Harry J. Parrish.
  • HJ5038: Commending the Battlefield High School girls' tennis team.
  • HJ5061: Residential and commercial development, new; joint subcommittee to study identifiable costs thereof.
  • HR19: Terminal operations at U.S. ports; urging President of U.S. to disapprove sale to Dubai Ports World.