Sen. Roz Dance (D-Petersburg)

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Party
Democratic
District
16: Chesterfield County (Part), Prince George County (Part), Richmond City (Part), Petersburg City (All), Dinwiddie County (Part), Hopewell City (All) [map]
Took Office
January 2015
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources, Commerce and Labor, Finance, Privileges and Elections
Twitter
@RosalynDance
Copatroning Habits
54% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 72% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 51% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
28.1% in 2017
Campaign Contributions
$62,217.44 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
DOMINION PAC PAC RICHMOND $2,000
REALTORS PAC OF VA PAC GLEN ALLEN $1,500
VIRGINIA AFL-CIO PAC RICHMOND $1,000
REALTORS PAC OF VA PAC GLEN ALLEN $1,000
BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM PHARMACEUTICALS INC PHARMACEUTICALS CT $1,000
PSYCHMD PAC PAC RICHMOND $500
VIRGINIA CABLE PAC PAC RICHMOND $500
NISOURCE INC, PAC PAC OH $500
AMERICAN HEALTHCARE, LLC HEALTH CARE ROANOKE $500
ALTRIA CLIENT SERVICES, INC CORPORATION GLEN ALLEN $500

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These are all of the video clips of Roz Dance’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since 2009. There are 135 video clips in all.

Bills

  • SB246: Insurance agents; licensing requirements.
  • SB247: Hemp, industrial; research programs.
  • SB248: Virginia Retirement System; technical amendments.
  • SB249: All-terrain vehicles (ATVs), mopeds, and off-road motorcycles; taxation.
  • SB250: Towing advisory boards; appointment prior to entering into contract regarding regulations.
  • SB251: Minimum wage; increases to $10.00 per hour effective July 1, 2018, etc.
  • SB252: Public employment; inquiries by state agencies and localities regarding criminal convictions.
  • SB253: Unclaimed property; deposits and funds with financial institutions, charges and interest.
  • SB254: Absentee voting; no excuse required when voting in person.
  • SB255: License taxes; interest rate for certain refunds.
  • SB305: Cognitive impairment; VDH to include certain information in its public health outreach programs.
  • SB450: Battlefields; entry into an agreement to transfer certain easements.
  • SB451: Local government; authority to require abatement of criminal blight on real property.
  • SB452: Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements.
  • SB461: Direct service providers; disclosure of information by employers.
  • SJ81: Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Green v. County School Board of New Kent County.
  • SJ84: Celebrating the life of Buckner Gamby, Jr.
  • SJ104: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Wyatt Tee Walker.
  • SJ105: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Curtis West Harris.
  • SJ106: Commending the Hopewell High School football team.
  • SJ107: Celebrating the life of Nellie Jane Hinderman McLeod.
  • SJ231: Commending the Hopewell High School girls' basketball team.
  • SR8: Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Green v. County School Board of New Kent County.
  • SR16: Commending the Virginia Czech and Slovak Folklife Festival.
  • SB442: Health benefit plans; prescription drugs; tiers.
  • SB762: License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Virginia Women Veterans.
  • SB763: Special education; recording of classrooms.
  • SB978: Minimum wage.
  • SB979: Elections; absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person.
  • SB984: Water Quality Improvement Fund; water reuse facilities.
  • SB988: Virginia Employment Commission; population projections.
  • SB990: Electric energy; consumption reduction goal, annual progress reports.
  • SB991: Residential rental property.
  • SB992: Charter; City of Hopewell; water renewal commission.
  • SB994: Insurance assessments; refunds of overpayments.
  • SB1042: Virginia Resources Authority.
  • SB1043: Joint Commission on Health Care; sunset.
  • SB1171: Public employment; inquiries by state agencies and localities regarding criminal convictions.
  • SB1172: Fare enforcement inspectors; fares for use of mass transit.
  • SB1183: Police service; civil penalty when excessive number of calls from same property.
  • SB1184: Motor vehicles; prohibits leaving vehicles unattended and running.
  • SB1185: Firearms; person to report loss or theft within 24 hours.
  • SB1186: All-terrain vehicles, mopeds, and off-road motorcycles; subject to motor vehicle tax.
  • SB1187: Law-enforcement vehicles; permits vehicles to be equipped with steady-burning blue or red lights.
  • SB1580: Petersburg, City of; amending charter, repeals or updates obsolete provisions, technical amendments.
  • SJ12: Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, restoration of civil rights (first reference).
  • SJ253: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications of voters and executive clemency.
  • SJ255: Study; Va State Crime Commission to study indigent defense system.
  • SJ259: Commending John Tyler Community College.
  • SJ266: Study; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission; staffing ratio requirements assisted living.
  • SJ328: Commending the Rotary Club of Petersburg (Breakfast).
  • SJ347: Celebrating the life of Oliver Rodney Hunt Singleton.
  • SJ379: Commending Third Baptist Church.
  • SJ383: Commending Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
  • SJ386: Commending Dr. Kenneth S. Kendler.
  • SJ408: Commending Alpha Phi Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
  • SB103: Hopewell, City of; charter, passage of emergency measures, Hopewell Water Renewal Commission.
  • SB106: Absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person.
  • SB107: Designating the Trooper Nathan-Michael W. Smith Memorial Bridge.
  • SB264: Nurse practitioners; practicing outside of a patient care team.
  • SB265: Nurse Licensure Compact; current Compact replaced with a revised version.
  • SB266: Sheriffs; standard vehicle markings.
  • SB267: Conversion therapy; prohibited.
  • SB312: Death penalty executions; imposes moratorium.
  • SB314: Nutrient offset credits; new and expanding wastewater discharge facilities to acquire.
  • SB315: Voting equipment; locking and sealing of voting and counting machines after election.
  • SB316: Contests of election for certain elections; service of process.
  • SB335: Public employment; inquiries by state agencies and localities regarding criminal convictions.
  • SB346: Family and Children's Trust Fund; exempt from taxation.
  • SB442: Health benefit plans; prescription drugs; tiers.
  • SB607: Public employees; safety and health program.
  • SB762: License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Virginia Women Veterans.
  • SB763: Special education; recording of classrooms.
  • SJ12: Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, restoration of civil rights.
  • SJ16: Celebrating the life of Moses Malone.
  • SJ51: Comprehensive indigent defense system; State Crime Commission to study.
  • SJ57: Study; joint subcommittee on the death penalty in Virginia; report.
  • SJ112: Commending the City of Hopewell.
  • SJ140: Celebrating the life of Freddie W. Nicholas, Sr.
  • SJ200: Commending William A. Patton.
  • SJ202: Commending the Virginia State University men's basketball team.
  • SR9: Commending Metropolitan Baptist Church.
  • SR10: Commending 31st Street Baptist Church.
  • SB952: Highway maintenance payments to cities and towns.
  • SB953: Highway maintenance payments to certain cities.
  • SB954: Elections; absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person.
  • SB955: Industrial hemp production and manufacturing.
  • SB991: Virginia Tourism Growth Incentive Fund; established, report.
  • SB992: Community Colleges, State Board for; policy for award of academic credit for military training.
  • SB1017: Employment applications; inquiries regarding criminal arrests, charges, or convictions.
  • SB1018: Practical nurse or registered nurse; establishes criminal history background check for applicants.
  • SB1394: Prescription drugs; specialty tier coverage.
  • SB1395: Electric utilities; net energy metering programs.
  • SB1413: Fees for testing and monitoring of land application of industrial wastes.
  • SB1415: Certificate of public need; definition of project.
  • SJ238: Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, restoration of civil rights.
  • SJ243: Veterans Services, Department of; JLARC to review.
  • SJ285: Family and medical leave; feasibility of expanding in the state to complement federal requirements.
  • SR63: Commending the Virginia State University football team.
  • SR64: Commending Freddie W. Nicholas, Sr.
  • SR69: Celebrating the life of George Crocker, Sr.
  • SR78: Celebrating the life of Carl Michael Ross.
  • SR112: Celebrating the life of Willie Fobbs, Sr.
  • SR119: Celebrating the life of Haskell S. Bingham, Ph.D.
  • HB119: Absentee voting; allows qualified voters to vote absentee in person without an excuse.
  • HB120: Riverside Regional Jail Authority; sheriffs allowed to appoint their alternates to vote at meetings.
  • HB222: Behavioral health care providers; licensure, notice to local governing body.
  • HB223: Virginia Public Procurement Act; establishment of historically underutilized business zones.
  • HB308: Health insurance; prescription drug formularies, notices.
  • HB384: Local mandates; identification of sources of funding.
  • HJ21: Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for persons convicted of nonviolent felonies.
  • HJ182: Celebrating the life of Alexander Albert Johnson, Sr.
  • HJ252: Commending The Links, Incorporated, chapters of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
  • HJ275: Commending Dr. Reinhold Brand.
  • HJ276: Commending the Virginia State University Gospel Chorale.
  • HJ5053: Commending Margaret Crowder-Johnson, M.D.
  • HR83: Commending the Dinwiddie High School Generals football team.
  • HR106: Celebrating the life of James David Mitchell.
  • HB1494: Sheriffs; expands authority to deputize persons to direct traffic, training required.
  • HB1495: Handheld personal communications devices; prohibits use while operating motor vehicle, etc.
  • HB1534: Local taxes; interest on refunds and delinquent taxes.
  • HB1536: Grass and weeds; adds Dinwiddie County to list of localities authorized to require cutting.
  • HB1583: Vacant building registration; increases maximum annual fee that ordinance may impose on owner.
  • HB1749: Landlord and tenant laws; application to certain occupants of hotel, motel, etc.
  • HR158: Celebrating the life of Doris Yvette Bouldin Bland.
  • HR205: Celebrating the life of Maria Elena Carucci Turano.