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
Twitter
@RobertGMarshall
Copatroning Habits
75% 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
3.1% in 2017
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Washington Post: Del. Robert Marshall: Conservative warrior fights to preserve 'laws of nature'

October 20, 2017
Del. Robert Marshall: Conservative warrior fights to preserve 'laws of nature'Virginia Del. Robert G. Marshall likes to compare himself to a World War II Marine ? storming the beach and taking bullets as he tries to advance his conservative cause. Now, the 13-term Republican incumbent is facing what could be his toughest ...Virginia Statehouse Race Pits 'Bathroom Bill' Author Against Transgender WomanNPRall 5 news articles »

Reading Eagle: Del. Bob Marshall: Conservative warrior fights to preserve 'laws of nature'

October 21, 2017
BuzzFeed NewsDel. Bob Marshall: Conservative warrior fights to preserve 'laws of nature'Virginia Del. Robert Marshall likes to compare himself to a World War II Marine - storming the beach and taking bullets as he tries to advance his conservative cause. Now, the 13-term Republican incumbent is facing what could be his toughest reelection ...This Transgender Candidate Is Fending Off Attacks And Getting Support From A New Transgender PACBuzzFeed NewsDanica Roem: Policy wonk in a rainbow headscarfLaredo Morning Timesall 3 news articles »

WVTF: Northern Virginia Race Pits Transgender Candidate Against Conservative Delegate

October 11, 2017
Democratic nominee for the House of Delegates 13th district seat, Danica Roem, right, talks with a resident as she greets voters at a neighborhood Wednesday, J, in Manassas, Va. Roem is running against Del. Bob Marshall in the 13th House of ...Social Conservatives Running Anti-Transgender Robocalls Against Danica RoemOn Top Magazineall 4 news articles »

Washington Blade: Joe Biden endorses Danica RoemWashington Blade

October 18, 2017
- Former Vice President Joe Biden this week endorsed Danica Roem in her campaign against Virginia state Del. Bob Marshall in the state's 13th District.and more »

Blue Virginia (press release) (blog): Audio: Nasty, Anti-LGBT Push Poll Against Danica Roem on Behalf of Bigoted Del. Bob Marshall (R-VA13)

October 12, 2017
It's amazing how Del. Bob Marshall lacked the courage to debate me yet found enough faux bravery to condone his allies bullying transgender children when he's a 13-term delegate. Notice that the robocall doesn't attack me for my policies about fixing ...Fearmongering robocalls against trans candidate looks to be work of ...LGBTQ Nationall 2 news articles »

These are all of the video clips of Bob Marshall’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 396 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB163: Income tax, state; deduction for senior citizens.
  • HB379: Electric utility; customer account information, warrant required.
  • HB1468: Incarcerated persons, certain; compliance with detainers, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
  • HB1469: Concealed handguns; authorization and training for persons designated to carry on school property.
  • HB1490: School board members who are called to active duty; appointment of acting school board members.
  • HB1612: Physical Privacy Act; created.
  • HB1613: Testimony of law-enforcement officer; failure of body-worn camera.
  • HB1614: Motor Vehicles, Department of; disclosure of photographs, search warrant.
  • HB1657: Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; license plate readers.
  • HB1658: Electric utility customer; account information confidential.
  • HB1667: Public contracts; gender identity, civil liability.
  • HB1762: Abortion; informed written consent required, civil penalty.
  • HB2011: Discrimination; separation of the sexes.
  • HB2349: Bioengineered foods; labeling certain products containing GMO, etc.
  • HB2447: Motor vehicles, local licensure; eliminates ability of a locality to assess local license fees.
  • HB2448: Traffic congestion; measures to relieve in certain areas of the Commonwealth.
  • HB2459: Wireless telecommunications devices, certain; prohibition on sale to minors.
  • HJ549: Pornography; public health hazard.
  • HJ569: Recognition as genocide; atrocities committed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
  • HJ576: Study; JLARC to study the implementation of the National Voter Registration Act in Virginia; report.
  • HJ578: Study; Jt Commission on Health Care; study of the long-term effects of marijuana use.
  • HJ579: Study; jt committee to study implementation of National Voter Registration Act in Virginia; report.
  • HJ586: Abortion; prosecution of mother not allowed.
  • HJ587: Abortion; prosecution of mother not allowed for self-abortion.
  • HJ588: Abortion; use of contraception not prosecuted.
  • HJ589: Unborn children; abortion law and personhood.
  • HJ590: Study; JLARC; availability of sources for verifying information for voter registration purposes.
  • HJ597: Study; Joint Commissionon Health Care; Study of heroin use in the Commonwealth; report.
  • HJ615: Study; Joint Commission on Technology and Science; robots, automation, and artificial intelligence.
  • HJ682: Study; long-term effects of Drugs used to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
  • HJ685: Speaker of the House; legal counsel.
  • HJ867: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Charles J. Colgan.
  • 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.