Del. Steve Landes (R-Weyers Cave)

Photo of Steve Landes
Party
Republican
District
25: Counties of Albemarle (part), Augusta (part), and Rockingham (part) [map]
Took Office
January 1996
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Appropriations, Education (Chair), Privileges and Elections, Rules
Age
59
Website
stevelandes.com
Twitter
@steve_landes
Copatroning Habits
73% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 84% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 64% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
43.3% in 2018
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These are all of the video clips of Steve Landes’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 343 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB896: Motor vehicle dealer; clarifies definition.
  • HB1611: Virginia College Savings Plan; definitions, prepaid tuition contracts, pricing reserves.
  • HB1615: Elections; date of June primary election.
  • HB1657: Alcoholic beverage control; creates an annual mixed beverage performing arts facility license.
  • HB1729: Guidance counselors; changes name to school counselors, staff time.
  • HB2306: Long-Term Employment Support Services and Extended Employment Services; referrals.
  • HB2336: Higher educational institutions, public; executive officers, salaries.
  • HB2337: Higher educational institutions, public; governing boards, tuition and mandatory fee rates.
  • HB2338: Graduation requirements; students required to earn one verified credit in Va. and U.S. history.
  • HB2456: DMAS; waiver to implement a direct primary care program, report.
  • HB2457: Medicine, osteopathy, podiatry, or chiropractic, practitioners of; inactive license, charity care.
  • HB2458: Early childhood care and education; establishment, licensure.
  • HB2459: Education Improvement Scholarships; expands tax credits, etc.
  • HB2662: High school graduation requirements; work experience, capstone project.
  • HB2718: Interstate 81; Interstate 81 Corridor Improvement Fund created, etc.
  • HB2809: Grottoes, Town of; amending charter, extends term of mayor to four years.
  • HJ670: Military-overseas ballots; electronic return of voted ballots, report.
  • HJ717: Commending Rodney A. Robinson.
  • HJ730: Celebrating the life of Harold W. Roller.
  • HJ736: Commending Virginia's 21 planning district commissions.
  • HJ740: Commending Bob Stuart.
  • HJ743: Commending the Honorable Robert W. Goodlatte.
  • HJ770: Commending the recipients of the 2019 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Awards.
  • HJ965: Commending John A. Downey.
  • HB3: Dual enrollment courses; quality, consistency, etc., of courses.
  • HB344: Higher educational institutions, public; constitutionally protected speech, etc.
  • HB347: SCHEV; longitudinal data to be disaggregated by degree program and level.
  • HB760: Virginia Public Procurement Act; exemption for Virginia-grown food products.
  • HB761: License plates, special; BELIEVING IN THE FUTURE OF AGRICULTURE SINCE 1927.
  • HB774: Public procurement; contracting for construction on a construction management basis.
  • HB775: Removal of snow and ice; county executive form of government.
  • HB776: Secondary highways; regulating of parking in Albemarle County.
  • HB896: Motor vehicle dealer; clarifies definition.
  • HB897: Higher educational institutions, public; six-year plans submitted by governing board, report.
  • HB910: Alcoholic beverage control; breweries that manufacture less than 5,000 barrels of beer per year.
  • HB914: School bus operators; codifies hourly requirements.
  • HB916: Long-Term Employment Support and Extended Employment Services; assisting persons with disabilities.
  • HB918: Certificate of public need; permitting process for certain projects.
  • HB1125: Teacher licensure; requirements for license, provisional license, etc.
  • HB1127: Career and technical education; changes to three-year licenses, eligibility and requirements.
  • HB1139: Military-overseas ballots; electronic return, pilot program to be established.
  • HB1148: Economic growth-sharing; review of agreements.
  • HB1165: Education Improvement Scholarships; expands tax credits, pre-kindergarten eligibility.
  • HB1176: Public Elementary and Secondary Education, Commission on the Future of; established, report.
  • HB1540: Civic Education, Commission on; extends sunset provision.
  • HB1541: Alcoholic beverage control; creates a new limited mixed beverage license for retail cigar shops.
  • HB1551: Special Workforce Grant Fund; created.
  • HB1568: Small Business and Supplier Diversity, Department of; small business development programs.
  • HB1599: Criminal Justice Services, Department of; definitions of law-enforcement officer.
  • HJ188: Commending Michelle Cottrell-Williams.
  • HJ314: Commending the recipients of the 2018 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Awards.
  • HJ334: Commending Dynamic Aviation.
  • HJ344: Commending the Fort Defiance High School Envirothon team.
  • HJ462: Commemorating the life and legacy of Mathias Wilberger.
  • HB904: Alcoholic beverage control; limited mixed beverage license for retail cigar shops.
  • HB1393: Direct primary care agreements; Commonwealth's insurance laws do not apply.
  • HB1396: Grottoes, Town of; amending charter, appointment of member to office of vice-mayor, etc.
  • HB1401: Higher educational institutions; speech on campus.
  • HB1402: Higher educational institutions, public; certain positions require residency of the Commonwealth.
  • HB1968: Small Business Investment Grant Fund; changes to Fund.
  • HB1969: Small Business Jobs Grant Fund Program; reduces minimum percentage of revenues.
  • HB1970: Economic revitalization zones; counties may establish by ordinance.
  • HB2053: Direct primary care agreements; the Commonwealth's insurance laws do not apply.
  • HB2191: School boards; procedures for handling sexually explicit instructional materials, etc.
  • HB2192: Courthouses; relocation or expansion of courthouse to another location within city.
  • HB2220: Alcoholic beverage control; creates a new limited mixed beverage license for retail cigar shops.
  • HB2341: Education, Board of; membership.
  • HB2342: Public schools; Board of Education shall only establish regional charter school divisions.
  • HB2417: Prepayment analytics; DMAS shall establish program relating to fraud prevention.
  • HJ675: Joint Commission on Health Care to study creation of registry of cases of abuse or neglect.
  • HJ718: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Otho Beverley Roller.
  • HJ721: Commending the Fort Defiance High School Envirothon team.
  • HJ722: Commending Lucy Weidner.
  • HJ763: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); apportionment; political considerations prohibited.
  • HJ814: Celebrating the life of Joseph Byron Yount III.
  • HJ833: Commending Marvin Garber.
  • HJ834: Commending Blue Ridge Community College.
  • HJ902: Celebrating the life of Wayne F. Geisert.
  • HJ903: Commending Patrick Joseph Morgan.
  • HJ906: Commending the recipients of the 2017 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Awards.
  • HJ970: Celebrating the life of William G. O'Brien.
  • HJ979: Celebrating the life of O. Lynwood Byerly.
  • HB514: Governor's Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development Fund; wild fish and shellfish.
  • HB515: Higher educational institutions; institutional 6-year plan, economic development, report.
  • HB516: Education, Board of; policy on sexually explicit instructional material.
  • HB517: Warrantless arrest; certain cases.
  • HB555: Congressional and state legislative districts.
  • HB685: Direct primary care agreements; Commonwealth's insurance laws do not apply.
  • HB832: Vacancies in constitutional offices; petition to circuit court to request no special elections.
  • HB858: Virginia International Trade Corporation; established, report.
  • HB859: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for beer-making equipment and materials.
  • HB904: Alcoholic beverage control; limited mixed beverage license for retail cigar shops.
  • HB1044: Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure of certain information.
  • HB1303: Higher educational institutions; educational programs for members of board of visitors.
  • HB1304: Bonds in recognizances; satisfaction.
  • HJ112: Public elementary & secondary education; education and health in the Commonwealth, report.
  • HJ120: Biosolids and industrial residuals in Virginia; JLARC to study.
  • HJ121: Commending Augusta Health.
  • HJ122: Commending the Turner Ashby High School girls' basketball team.
  • HJ250: Commending Houff Transfer, Inc.
  • HJ251: Commending the recipients of the 2016 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Awards.
  • HJ252: Commending Hallie D. Dinkel.
  • HJ287: Commending Bob May.
  • HJ288: Commending Patrick J. Coffield.
  • HJ290: Commending A. Lee Ervin.
  • HJ291: Commending Bob F. Holton.
  • HJ305: Commending Barbara Massie Mouly.
  • HJ515: Commending the Virginia Community College System.
  • HB1283: Commission on Federal Oversight; report.
  • HB1307: Public elementary and secondary schools; student identification numbers.
  • HB1334: Students' personally identifiable information; (DOE) to develop certain policies.
  • HB1335: Education; agency coordination.
  • HB1336: SCHEV; policy on course credit at higher educational institutions.
  • HB1518: Primary elections; voter registration by political party.
  • HB1587: Deemed consent for blood testing; minors.
  • HB1588: Economic development policy; Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry added to certain committee.
  • HB1958: DOC, Board and Director of; prohibiting inmate possession of obscene materials, powers and duties.
  • HB1960: Innovation and Entrepreneurship Investment Authority; membership of the board of directors.
  • HB1962: School board members, local; professional development activities requirement.
  • HB2290: University of Virginia; terms of rector and vice-rector.
  • HJ26: Law-enforcement agencies; JLARC to study reorganizing functions under Virginia State Police.
  • HJ498: United States Constitution; modification of process for amendment.
  • HJ501: Study; JLARC; reorganization of law-enforcement agencies; report.
  • HJ555: Higher education; endorsement of SCHEV's statewide strategic plan, report.
  • HJ562: Celebrating the life of Dennis Owen Burnett.
  • HJ565: Celebrating the life of Dee E. Floyd.
  • HJ633: Constitutional amendment; Board of Education, powers and duties.
  • HJ637: Medicaid; JLARC to study the Commonwealth's program.
  • HJ682: Commending John B. Davis.
  • HJ707: Postsecondary Institution Ratings System; opposition to federal system.
  • HB197: Virginia history and United States Constitution; supplementary written materials on documents.
  • HB198: Student discipline; expulsion due to firearm or drug offenses.
  • HB199: Local government expenditures or reductions; DLS to identify legislation affecting.
  • HB200: Student information; release to federal government agencies.
  • HB201: Rural Virginia, Center for; adds Secretary of Agriculture & Forestry as member of Board of Trustees.
  • HB205: Student-athlete discipline policies; brd. of visitors of higher ed. institutions to establish.
  • HB286: State Inspector General; appointment by General Assembly.
  • HB287: State Inspector General, Office of; powers and duties.
  • HB288: House of Delegates districts; technical adjustment.
  • HB321: Entrepreneur-in-Residence Program; created.
  • HB571: State Inspector General, Office of; powers and duties.
  • HB932: Virginia Jobs Investment Program; changes in administration.
  • HB1229: A-to-F grading system; delays date for implementing individual school performance grading system.
  • HJ26: Law-enforcement agencies; JLARC to study reorganizing functions under Virginia State Police.
  • HJ27: United States Constitution; memorializing Va. Congressional Delegation to propose an amendment.
  • HJ41: Standards of Learning; joint committees to study options for reducing number of assessments.
  • HJ190: Individuals with intellectual & developmental disabilities; SHHR to study supported decision-making.
  • HJ204: Commending the Augusta County Historical Society.
  • HJ238: Commending the Wilson Memorial High School baseball team.
  • HJ239: Celebrating the life of Roscoe Edward Burgess, Sr.
  • HJ303: Commending Dee E. Floyd.
  • HJ362: Commending Duane E. Snow.
  • HJ363: Commending Dennis S. Rooker.
  • HJ390: Commending Bonnie L. Simmons.
  • HJ415: Celebrating the life of David Richard Beyeler.
  • HJ429: Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel Merritt P. Walls, USA (Ret.).
  • HJ5029: Celebrating the life of William David Wampler.
  • HJ5036: Commending the Western Albemarle High School girls' swim team.
  • HJ5104: Commending the Bridgewater College men's baseball team.
  • HJ5105: Commending Starr Hill Brewery.
  • HJ5112: Commending R. Edward Howell.
  • HJ5113: Commending the Fort Defiance High School Envirothon team.
  • HJ5175: Celebrating the life of Robert Charles Baber.
  • HR96: Celebrating the life of Dr. David H. Holt.
  • HB1306: Federal Oversight, Commission on; established, report.
  • HB1939: Local officers; localities to temporarily designate someone to fill position in case of an absence.
  • HB1940: Community Colleges, State Board for, et al; faculty representatives & student representatives.
  • HB1942: Vote centers; authorizes State Board of Election to establish pilot program.
  • HB1945: MEI Project Site Planning Grant Fund; revises definition.
  • HB1952: Higher educational institutions; board of visitors governance, report.
  • HB1955: Impersonating a law-enforcement officer or other public safety personnel; impersonating, penalty.
  • HB2114: State Inspector General; additional powers and duties, report.
  • HB2144: Standards of Quality; waivers from third grade Standards of Learning assessments in certain schools.
  • HB2295: Intergovernmental Affairs, Office of; duties of Assistant to Governor.
  • HJ716: Commending Camden Dellinger.
  • HJ717: Commending the Western Albemarle High School boys' tennis team.
  • HJ718: Commemorating the life and legacy of Michael Wise.
  • HJ773: Commending Augusta Health.
  • HJ774: Commending the Honorable Humes J. Franklin, Jr.
  • HJ793: Commending the Honorable William D. Heatwole.
  • HJ822: Commending South River Elementary School.
  • HJ911: Commending the Augusta Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol.
  • HJ912: Commending A. C. Powers.
  • HJ913: Commending Tricia Ross.
  • HJ926: Commending Houff Transfer, Inc.
  • HJ5012: Commending the Western Albemarle High School girls' swim and dive team.
  • HB21: Polling places; requirements for county precinct.
  • HB766: Governor's Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development Fund; established, report.
  • HB767: Small Business Jobs Grant Fund Program; developed to assist small businesses job creation.
  • HB768: Virginia Jobs Investment Program; created, Dept. of Business Assistance to administer programs.
  • HB769: Elections; party identification on ballots in local elections.
  • HB770: Emergency protective orders; not to be issued against law-enforcement officer performing his duties.
  • HB771: Campus police officers; included in definition of law-enforcement officers.
  • HB772: Inspector General, State; investigator included in definition of law-enforcement officer.
  • HB773: Local government; publication of notices for charter changes, etc.
  • HB774: License plates, special; repeals issuance to supporters celebrating centennial of Fort Belvoir.
  • HB775: Public assistance; social services to collect accurate contact information from applicants.
  • HB776: Federal Oversight, Commission on; created, report.
  • HB777: Evaluate Tax Preferences, Joint Subcommittee to; established, report.
  • HB1034: Interstate agreements, certain; State withdrawal from Southern Growth Policies Agreement.
  • HB1181: Public schools; reading intervention.
  • HB1259: State Compensation Board; abolishes Board and assigns its duties.
  • HJ4: License tax business classifications and tax rates, local; Department of Taxation to study.
  • HJ108: Higher educational institutions; JLARC to study cost efficiency and opportunities to reduce cost.
  • HJ109: United States Constitution; urges Congress to propose an amendment to impose a balance budget.
  • HJ205: Commending Wendell L. Coleman.
  • HJ206: Commending Gerald W. Garber.
  • HJ207: Commending Larry C. Howdyshell.
  • HJ208: Commending the Fort Defiance High School Envirothon team.
  • HJ209: Commending Bob Hill.
  • HJ215: Celebrating the life of the Honorable A. Lee McGratty.
  • HJ256: Celebrating the life of Joseph Temple Henley, Jr.
  • HJ257: Celebrating the life of Lawrence S. Eagleburger.
  • HJ259: Commending the White Hall Ruritan Club on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HJ307: Commending Jon Fried.
  • HJ341: Commending Jeremy L. Shifflett.
  • HJ382: Commending the Turner Ashby High School one-act play ensemble.
  • HJ464: Celebrating the life of Roger Lee Zirkle.
  • HB1454: License plates, special; repeals references to those with expired authorizations.
  • HB1455: Wiretap devices; supervision and control by sheriff or chief of police.
  • HB1521: Water authorities, sewer authorities, etc.; specified as political subdivisions of State.
  • HB1522: Water and waste authorities; eminent domain powers.
  • HB1523: Sex offenders; prohibiting entry onto school grounds or other property, penalty.
  • HB1524: Retail Sales and Use Tax; collection by certain contractors.
  • HB2076: Inspector General, Office of; established.
  • HB2077: Mandatory testing; exclusion of certain students.
  • HB2078: Agricultural and Forestal Districts Act; creates program administrator, review of applications.
  • HB2079: Local government; publication of notices for charter changes, referenda, and public hearings, etc.
  • HB2080: Elections; acquisition of voting equipment by localities.
  • HB2081: Death certificates; up to 10 certified copies shall be provided not to exceed fee for one copy.
  • HB2417: Cable television system, etc.; contracts with electric cooperative facilities for pole attachments.
  • HB2491: Virginia Correctional Enterprises; mandatory procurement, exception.
  • HJ646: Year-round schools; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study efficacy thereof.
  • HJ767: Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the birth of President Ronald Wilson Reagan.
  • HJ836: Celebrating the life of the Honorable George Moffett Cochran.
  • HJ837: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas H. Wood, Sr.
  • HJ844: Commending Chief Douglas Davis.
  • HJ845: Commending Augusta Health.
  • HB582: Center for Rural Virginia; expansion and promotion of agricultural opportunities.
  • HB583: Farm businesses; local restrictions.
  • HB584: Highway rest areas and residency offices; VDOT to reopen.
  • HB585: VCIN; person who has violated provisions of his post-release supervision to be entered into system.
  • HB586: Local government; publication of notices for charter changes, referenda, and public hearings.
  • HB587: Pharmacists; supervision of pharmacy technicians.
  • HB588: Alcoholic beverages; portion of wine liter tax collected to be deposited in Wine Promotion Fund.
  • HB589: Code Commission; expands membership.
  • HB590: Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; removes obsolete language from Title 54.1.
  • HB591: Administrative Process Act; removes obsolete exemptions.
  • HB592: Federal rent control; repealing Code that declared unneccessary.
  • HB593: License plates, special; repeals authorizations for issuance when required minimum not received.
  • HB943: Small Business Jobs Grant Fund; created.
  • HB944: Governor's reports; to provide monthly reports on revenue collections and quarterly assessments.
  • HB945: Disability services boards; eliminates requirement that localities establishes.
  • HB946: Financial institutions; method of obtaining records concerning banking and credit cards.
  • HB947: Restricted permit; adds driving to and from grocery store to list of places person can drive.
  • HJ270: Commending Vector Industries, Inc., on the occasion of its 40th anniversary.
  • HJ298: Celebrating the life of William Clark Jordan.
  • HJ299: Celebrating the life of Carter Randolph Allen.
  • HJ302: Commending the Honorable Thomas H. Wood.
  • HJ325: Commending Cities of Waynesboro, Staunton, and County of Augusta on partnership with Augusta Health.
  • HJ374: Celebrating the life of Orvin Herman Kiser, Sr.
  • HJ417: Commending the Wilson Memorial High School debate team.
  • HR5: State sovereignty; Congress urged to honor Tenth amendment of U.S. Constitution.
  • HB86: Unused Pharmaceuticals Disposal Program; created.
  • HB311: Mopeds; driving on suspended license.
  • HB312: Miscarriage or stillbirth; unintentional cause thereof.
  • HB1586: License plates, special; expired authorizations for certain foundations.
  • HB1631: Interstate Public-Private Partnership Compact; repealing establishment thereof.
  • HB1763: Naming of bridges; repeals section of Code that overlaps with provisions in another Code section.
  • HB2345: Animal laws; correct error in 2008 recodification of Title 3.1 to allow town to adopt by reference.
  • HB2346: Pensions paid to widows and maiden or widowed daughters of Confederate veterans; repealed.
  • HB2347: Income tax, state; repeals obsolete code sections for purchasing of machinery and equipment.
  • HB2348: Fiduciaries distributing intangible personal property to file informative tax returns; repealed.
  • HB2349: Richmond Metropolitan Authority; created.
  • HB2350: Transportation of troops by railroad; repeals obsolete section.
  • HB2351: Natural Resources Commitment Fund; Dept. of Conservation, etc., to provide annual funding needed.
  • HB2352: Donation of prescription medication; clarifies liability of pharmaceutical manufacturers.
  • HB2353: School for Deaf and Blind; re-establishes Board of Visitors thereof.
  • HB2354: Suspension of mandates; requires Governor to temporarily suspend on locality facing fiscal stress.
  • HB2355: Local government; publication of notices for charter changes, referenda, and public hearings, etc;
  • HB2587: Transient occupancy tax; any county ordinance may levy on single-family residences rented out.
  • HJ649: Celebrating the life of Carter Randolph Allen.
  • HJ650: Celebrating the life of Lemuel Edward Irvin.
  • HJ722: Lyndhurst Station; recognized for its distinctive and historic place in State history.
  • HJ723: No Child Left Behind; Division of Legislative Services to collect data and information on impact.
  • HJ886: Celebrating the life of Louis J. Hausrath.
  • HJ894: Commending James R. Perkins.
  • HJ895: Commending the Weyers Cave Ruritan Club.
  • HJ896: Commending the New Hope Ruritan Club.
  • HJ897: Commending the Mt. Sidney Ruritan Club.
  • HJ954: Commending the Honorable A. Lee McGratty.
  • HJ5024: Commending the Honorable Thomas H. Wood, Jr.
  • HB84: Virginia-North Carolina Interstate Toll Road Compact; repealing Compact.
  • HB85: Prescription Medication Donation Program; established.
  • HB86: Unused Pharmaceuticals Disposal Program; created.
  • HB87: License plates, special; repeals authorizations for issuance of certain license plates.
  • HB117: Community College Scholarship Match Program; created.
  • HB118: Higher education; required to report to SCHEV on steps taken to ensure academic freedom, etc.
  • HB119: Soil and water conservation districts; Attorney General to represent in any suits or actions.
  • HB311: Mopeds; driving on suspended license.
  • HB312: Miscarriage or stillbirth; unintentional cause thereof.
  • HB313: Freedom of Information Act; working papers and correspondence.
  • HB1331: Agriculture and Consumer Services, Department of; recodifying laws pertaining to agriculture, etc.
  • HB1332: DEQ; authority to issue and enforce permits, etc. related to air and water pollution.
  • HB1333: Sexual battery; manner by which committed.
  • HB1334: Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; acceptance of awards.
  • HB1335: Natural Resources Commitment Fund; created.
  • HB1372: Honey houses; repeals inspection thereof.
  • HB1425: No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education to make recommendation in regard to participation.
  • HB6014: Interstate Public-Private Partnership Compact; repeals establishment thereof.
  • HJ46: Service Fee Directory; comprehensive information system to replace or revise.
  • HJ49: Celebrating the life of Richard Earl Connellee, Sr.
  • HJ50: Commending the Town of Elkton on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • HJ202: Commending the Fishburne Military School rifle team.
  • HJ267: Commending BRCC SIFE -- Blue Ridge Community College Students in Free Enterprise team.
  • HJ268: Commending Augusta and Rockbridge Counties 4-H livestock judging team.
  • HJ294: Commending Jon Fried.
  • HJ374: Celebrating the life of Welty H. Hensley.
  • HJ551: Commending Richard H. Graham.
  • HJ5024: Commending the Honorable Thomas H. Wood, Jr.
  • HB920: License plates, special; issuance to supporters of childhood cancer awareness.
  • HB923: Condemned property; compensation for property owners.
  • HB1200: Population brackets; replaces other descriptions found in Code of Virginia with locality names.
  • HB1623: Code Commission; makes technical changes to reporting requirements of obsolete provisions.
  • HB1643: Intellectual diversity; higher educational institutions to report to Council of Higher Ed. thereon.
  • HB1689: Municipal solid waste; regulation thereof.
  • HB1690: Worksite health promotion grants program; repeals program.
  • HB1691: Medical care facilities certificate of public need; transition to elimination thereof.
  • HB2531: Hunters; required to identify himself when retrieving hunting dogs from landowner's property.
  • HB2532: Unborn child; unintentionally causing miscarriage or stillbirth thereof punishable as felony.
  • HB2533: Criminal warrants; authorizes sheriff or his deputy to issue.
  • HB2534: Truck climbing lanes; requiring trucks and combination vehicles to keep to right on interstate.
  • HB2535: Sexual battery; manner by which is committed.
  • HB2536: Special license plates; repeal of authorizations.
  • HB2537: Administrative Process Act; amends by renumbering provisions of various codes.
  • HB2538: Transportation Commissioner;enter on land to ascertain its suitability for transportation purposes.
  • HB2539: Water Resources and Wetlands Protection Program; created.
  • HB2540: Lance Corporal Jason Redifer Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 608 bridge over I-64 in Augusta.
  • HB2541: Lance Corporal Daniel Scott Resner Bubb Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 256 bridge over I-81.
  • HB2542: No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education requesting waiver from certain provisions.
  • HB2928: Population brackets; replaces other descriptions found in Code of Virginia with locality names.
  • HB3075: Wildlife Center; authorizes vehicles owned thereby to rescue or euthanize injured wildlife.
  • HB3113: Environmental Quality, Department of; consolidation of various boards, increase of authority.
  • HB3171: Economic Development Partnership Authority; General Assembly may appropriate grants thereto.
  • HJ146: Constitutional amendment; legislative and organizational sessions of General Assembly (1st ref.).
  • HJ147: General Assembly; joint committee established to oversee provision of revenue estimates therefor.
  • HJ671: Commending the Fort Defiance High School Envirothon.
  • HJ673: Celebrating the life of Richard Lee Meador.
  • HJ683: Substance abuse; JLARC to study actual cost to State.
  • HJ808: Celebrating the life of Allie Ray Hull.
  • HJ833: Commending Officer Scott Craig and Corporal Dave Shaw.
  • HJ897: Commending the Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center.
  • HJ953: Commending O. Beverley Roller.
  • HR45: Video &audio transmission of daily sessions of House of Delegates; procedures to be adopted.
  • HB1: Highways; adjustment of claims resulting from certain contracts.
  • HB2: Richmond-Petersburg Tnpk. Auth. & Elizabeth River Tunnel Commission; eliminates obsolete references.
  • HB47: Douthat State Park; pilot program repealed.
  • HB48: CHAMPS program; coordinated medical care in City of Chesapeake.
  • HB49: Scholars Program; provisions relating thereto.
  • HB50: Work-Study Program; provisions relating thereto.
  • HB740: Code Commission; authorized to publish renumbered code and delineates savings provisions.
  • HB786: Income tax, state; credit for purchase of long-term care insurance.
  • HB920: License plates, special; issuance to supporters of childhood cancer awareness.
  • HB921: Manner by which sexual battery is committed.
  • HB922: Fishburne Military School; officers recognized as commissioned officers of unorganized militia.
  • HB923: Condemned property; compensation for property owners.
  • HB924: Condemnation of property; definition of public uses by localities.
  • HB925: Reimbursement for damages; property owner shall have right to recover costs against VDOT.
  • HB926: Economic Development for Virginians with Disabilities Grant Program; created.
  • HB927: License plates, special; expired authorizations.
  • HB928: License plates, special; those issued to members of General Assembly shall be same as district no.
  • HB1185: Water Protection Permits; regulation of agricultural withdrawals.
  • HB1186: Legislative appointees; designates authorities to appoint legislators who serve on certain boards.
  • HB1187: Electric authorities; distributing electric energy for retail sales to customers within area.
  • HB1188: Charter; Town of Elkton.
  • HB1189: Mutual aid agreements; all sheriffs have authority to enter into.
  • HB1200: Population brackets; replaces other descriptions found in Code of Virginia with locality names.
  • HB1232: Involuntary manslaughter; unintentionally causing death of fetus punishable thereas.
  • HB1376: Minority Business Enterprise; streamline certification program.
  • HB1427: No Child Left Behind; Bd. of Education to develop plan to identify initiatives funded thereby.
  • HB1428: No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education encouraged to request waivers and exemptions.
  • HB1441: Law-enforcement officer; definition thereof.
  • HJ14: Celebrating the life of Shirly Brandt Kiger.
  • HJ15: Commending Joseph Byron Yount III.
  • HJ16: Commending the Fort Defiance High School Envirothon team.
  • HJ97: Medicaid; JLARC to study asset transfers being used to shelter assests to qualify for services.
  • HJ109: Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel Darel Dean Leetun.
  • HJ112: Commending the Virginia Health Care Foundation for its service to the Commonwealth.
  • HJ146: Constitutional amendment; legislative and organizational sessions of General Assembly (1st ref.).
  • HJ147: General Assembly; joint committee established to oversee provision of revenue estimates therefor.
  • HJ148: Biodiesel fuels; state agencies to implement use thereof in fleet vehicles owned/operated thereby.
  • HJ167: Social services system; joint subcommittee to study within State.
  • HJ186: Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Daniel Scott Resner Bubb.
  • HJ188: Commending the Elkton-Grottoes Community Junior League girls' All-star softball team.
  • HJ248: Celebrating the life of Norman Kiser.
  • HJ302: Commending Officer Scott M. Shackleton and Sgt. Jeffrey S. Ury of the Waynesboro Police Department.
  • HJ303: Commending Deputy Steven V. von Schilling of the Waynesboro Sheriff's Office.
  • HJ408: Celebrating the life of Rudolph L. Shaver.
  • HJ416: Commending Augusta Medical Center for national recognition as an outstanding community hospital.
  • HJ459: Celebrating the life of Olive Iola Clark.
  • HJ5077: Commending the Fort Defiance High School Envirothon team.
  • HJ5125: Celebrating the life of Colonel Edward Bickford Young, Jr.