Del. Bob Marshall (R-Manassas)

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Party
Republican
District
13: County of Prince William (part); City of Manassas Park [map]
Took Office
January 1992
Left Office
January 2018
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

Victory Fund Endorses 24 More LGBTQ Candidates for 2018, Spotlights Five New Historic Races:

May 22, 2018
  The Agenda - The Official Blog of LGBTQ Victory Fund (press release) (blog)Full coverage

Hallquist awarded 'Game Changer' status from LGBTQ Victory Fund:

May 23, 2018
  Vermont BizFull coverage

Del. Danica Roem, Transgender Advocates See Progress:

May 17, 2018
  Patch.comFull coverage

Danica Roem to be among headliners at DNC's LGBTQ Gala:

May 8, 2018
  Metro WeeklyFull coverage

In a Year of Firsts, Del. Danica Roem and Transgender Advocates See Progress:

May 10, 2018
  GayRVAIn year of firsts, Virginia's Roem and transgender advocates see progress  WTOPFull coverage

These are all of the video clips of Bob Marshall’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 387 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 a