Senator Ryan McDougle (R-Mechanicsville)

Photo of Ryan McDougle
Party
Republican
District
4: Caroline County (All), Essex County (All), Middlesex County (All), Spotsylvania County (Part), Lancaster County (All), Northumberland County (All), Richmond County (All), Hanover County (Part), King George County (Part), Westmoreland County (Part) [map]
Took Office
January 2006
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Commerce and Labor, Courts of Justice, Finance, Rehabilitation and Social Services, Rules (Chair)
Website
ryanmcdougle.com
Copatroning Habits
69% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 57% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 58% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
21.9% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Richmond.com: Senate panel backs bill allowing expungement of some minor offenses

February 3, 2016
Terry J. Royall, Commonwealth's Attorney for Nottoway County adresses the Senate Courts of Justice committee inside the General Assembly Building in Richmond, VA Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016 as they considered SB22, a bill from Sen. Ryan McDougle that ...

New York Daily News: Senator hit with 'vagina monologue' on Facebook

March 15, 2012
Senator hit with 'vagina monologue' on FacebookA Republican Virginia State Senator got an unexpectedly intimate look at the reproductive health of hundreds of women this week after throwing his support behind a controversial ultrasound bill. Sen. Ryan McDougle, who backed a bill making it mandatory ...and more »

Daily Press: Wakefield Ruritan Club aims to make Shad Planking great again

April 22, 2016
... politicos, members of the press and citizen comers clung tight to the rows of tarp canopies to get out of the rain. State Sen. Ryan McDougle, R?Hanover, stood alone on the stage to speak out against rapists and thieves having their right to vote ...Shad Planking 2016: A Carnival Without Rides or a PrizeBlue Virginia (blog)all 6 news articles »

Daily Press: Sudden disagreement: Is car bill good for consumers, or bad?

February 5, 2016
... president and CEO of the Virginia Automobile Dealers Association, said that's absolutely not the case. His group requested these bills, which Del. Greg Habeeb and state Sen. Ryan McDougle ? both attorneys ? are carrying through the General Assembly.

Richmond.com: VCU's Johnson, Alie-Cox step from basketball arena to political arena

February 10, 2016
VCU's Johnson, Alie-Cox step from basketball arena to political arenaThe players are interning with the office of McDougle's husband, Sen. Ryan McDougle, R-Hanover, who is a member of the courts .... McDougle, the wife of the senator, has taught Johnson and Alie-Cox in several criminal justice classes. She helps ...and more »

These are all of the video clips of Ryan McDougle’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since 2009. There are 263 video clips in all.

Bills

  • SB617: Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; certain members of enforcement division of DMV.
  • SB796: Police and court records; expungement of certain charges and convictions.
  • SB797: Competency to stand trial; evaluations.
  • SB843: Biennial appropriation act.
  • SB22: Police and court records; expungement of certain offenses.
  • SB58: Research and development expenses; modifies the existing tax credits.
  • SB358: Hearsay exception; admissibility of statements by children in sexual conduct, etc., cases.
  • SB359: Biennial appropriations; changes to begin in an odd-numbered year.
  • SB367: Coyotes; county or city ordinances, permits hunting with a rifle caliber larger than .22 rimfire.
  • SB368: Public schools; standards for accreditation, corrective action plan.
  • SB372: Tax-related statutes; repeals obsolete statutes.
  • SB445: Real property tax assessment; date to fix tax rate.
  • SB600: Intergovernmental Cooperation, Virginia Commission on; membership.
  • SB617: Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; certain members of enforcement division of DMV.
  • SB646: Fantasy Contests Act; created, registration required, conditions of registration, civil penalty.
  • SB670: Bank franchise tax; sets a cap of $18 million on total annual tax liability per taxpayer.
  • SB709: Recalled motor vehicles; disclosures by and compensation of dealers.
  • SB712: Dental hygienists; remote supervision.
  • SB727: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; public access to noncriminal records.
  • SB728: Punitive damages; injury by intoxicated drivers, admission of evidence.
  • SB749: Qualified equity and subordinated debt investments tax credit; qualified businesses.
  • SJ77: Commending the Rappahannock High School girls' doubles tennis team.
  • SJ78: Commending Eamonn Collins.
  • SJ147: Commending Robert R. Lindgren.
  • SJ188: Senate Committee on Rules; confirming appointments.
  • SJ206: Commending Mount Zion Baptist Church.
  • SR4: Senate of Virginia; 2016 Operating Resolution.
  • SR22: Rules of the Senate; established.
  • SR41: Commending the Heaven Bound Mass Choir.
  • SR43: Judge; nomination for election to Court of Appeals.
  • SR44: Commending Johnye Bennett.
  • SR48: Commending the Westmoreland County Sheriffs Office.
  • SR60: Commending Maryann Horch.
  • SR64: Senate Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming nominations by Senate Committee on Rules.
  • SR71: Commending Mechanicsville American Legion Post 175.
  • SR75: Nominating a person to be elected to the Court of Appeals of Virginia.
  • SB904: Income tax subtraction; long-term capital gain from qualified investments.
  • SB1030: Virginia Marine Resources Commission; conveyance of easement across Rappahannock River.
  • SB1032: Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority; created, report, eliminates ABC Board.
  • SB1048: Capitol Police; security for Governor-elect, Lieutenant Governor-elect, Attorney General-elect.
  • SB1049: Regional jails; reimbursement of capital costs, regional contracts for cooperative jailing.
  • SB1050: Military and emergency laws; repeals obsolete provisions.
  • SB1051: Biennial appropriation act; changing biennial appropriations.
  • SB1053: Civil commitment proceedings; fees and compensation.
  • SB1072: United States Postal Service; inspectors.
  • SB1073: Elections; assistance for certain voters.
  • SB1074: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; supplement to Registry.
  • SB1141: RS&UT; exemption includes computer equipment and software used in certain data centers.
  • SB1142: Income tax, corporate; taxable income of taxpayers with enterprise data center operations.
  • SB1184: Missing persons; search and rescue.
  • SB1286: Public schools; annual budget publication in line item form on school division's website.
  • SB1361: Incarcerated persons; transfer to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
  • SB1397: Elections; run-off elections.
  • SB1447: Income tax, corporate; subtraction for certain qualifying facility or business operations.
  • SJ269: U.S. Constitution; application for a convention of the states.
  • SR65: Senate of Virginia; 2015 operating resolution.
  • SR70: Rules of the Senate; established.
  • SR71: Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia.
  • SR72: Nominating persons to be elected to the Court of Appeals of Virginia.
  • SR73: Judges; nominations for election to circuit court.
  • SR74: Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships.
  • SR75: Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court.
  • SR76: Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nominations for election of members.
  • SR93: Commending the Hanover Concert Band.
  • SR95: Commending John McE. Garrett.
  • SR100: Confirming appointments to the Senate Ethics Advisory Panel.
  • SR103: Commending G. E. Via III.
  • SR104: Commending Doug Bryant.
  • SR116: Celebrating the life of Charles B. Walker.
  • SR117: Commending Elton J. Wade, Sr.
  • SR120: Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships.
  • SR121: Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships.
  • SR122: Nominating persons to be elected to juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeships.
  • SR134: Celebrating the life of Lucy Bralley del Cardayré.
  • SB54: General Assembly; signature for prefiled legislation.
  • SB56: Persons not guilty by reason of insanity; court-appointed counsel fees.
  • SB186: Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; filing of claims.
  • SB187: Biennial appropriations, Commonwealth's; changing to begin in an odd-numbered year.
  • SB188: State and local employees; deferred compensation plans.
  • SB192: Department of Game and Inland Fisheries; appointment of certain sworn law-enforcement positions.
  • SB253: Health care providers; civil immunity for members of or consultants to boards or committees.
  • SB254: Law-enforcement officers; exceptions to territorial limits.
  • SB301: Jail construction; state reimbursement for cost of renovating, etc., to provide mental health beds.
  • SB302: Real estate licensees; signing of pleadings, motions, and other papers.
  • SB342: Forensic Science Board; membership of Scientific Advisory Committee.
  • SB402: Truck cranes; permits authorizing operation over highways for those that exceed maximum weight.
  • SB421: Multidisciplinary child sexual abuse response teams, local; attorney to establish to review cases.
  • SB432: Livestock or poultry; compensation owner is entitled to receive for those killed or injured by dogs.
  • SB433: Child pornography; modifications to discretionary sentencing guidelines for possession.
  • SB435: Circuit court clerks; automated system in lieu of order books, etc.
  • SB538: Legislative commissions; absences from meetings.
  • SB623: Research and development, qualified; increases amount of tax credit for expenses.
  • SB641: Correctional facilities, certain; communication of results of immigration alien query.
  • SJ31: Celebrating the life of the Honorable James Peyton Farmer.
  • SJ64: Virginia's Law Enforcement & Search & Rescue; Crime Commission to study current state of readiness.
  • SJ76: Virginia Women's Monument Commission; increases membership.
  • SJ5047: Commending the Division of Capitol Police.
  • SJ5056: Commending the Northumberland High School baseball team.
  • SJ5057: Commending the Rappahannock High School softball team.
  • SJ5058: Commending the Hanover High School baseball team.
  • SR3: Commending the Hanover High School baseball team.
  • SR8: Senate of Virginia; 2014 operating resolution.
  • SR17: Judges; nominating persons to be elected to the Court of Appeals of Virginia.
  • SR18: Judges; nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships.
  • SR19: Judges; nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships.
  • SR20: Judges; nominating persons to be elected to juvenile and domestic relations district court.
  • SR48: Celebrating the life of William T. Patrick, Jr.
  • SR522: Judges; nominations for election to circuit court.
  • SR523: Judges; nominations for election to general district court.
  • SR524: Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court.
  • SB114: Retail Sales and Use Tax; adds veterans organizations to nonprofit entities that qualify.
  • SB435: Criminal history record information check; making false statements, penalty.
  • SB1050: Public utility company vehicles; extension of loads beyond front of vehicles.
  • SB1051: Motor vehicle dealers; imposition of financial penalties, warranty and sales incentive obligations.
  • SB1052: Wills, trusts, and fiduciaries; revises and recodifies laws. Emergency.
  • SB1058: Judicial conferences; restricts meetings to no more than once every other year.
  • SB1101: RS & UT; moves back-to-school tax holiday to third weekend in August.
  • SB1103: DUI; alcohol monitoring devices.
  • SB1104: State officers and employees; removal of certain officers from office.
  • SB1105: Biennial appropriations; changing to start in odd-numbered year.
  • SB1107: Lake level contingency plans; wastewater releases from power generating facilities during drought.
  • SB1111: Gas severance taxes, local; validation of coal & gas severance tax & road improvement tax ordinance.
  • SB1112: Driving under influence of alcohol; exemplary damages, etc.
  • SB1113: State or local employees; filing fraudulent liens or encumbrances against, penalty.
  • SB1118: Appeal of bond decision; court may stay execution of order for so long as reasonably practicable.
  • SB1128: Law-enforcement officer; impersonating local, etc., law-enforcement officer is Class 1 misdemeanor.
  • SB1133: Personal property tax, tangible; computer equipment & peripherals used in data centers, definition.
  • SB1141: Virginia Petroleum Products Franchise Act; franchises in Planning District 8.
  • SB1152: Sexual offenses; prohibiting proximity to children, penalty.
  • SB1154: Juveniles; post-dispositional detention in secure local facility.
  • SB1169: Driving under influence of alcohol; defendant's blood or breath tested, exemplary damages.
  • SB1201: School divisions; regulations concerning Board of Education's process for submitting proposals, etc.
  • SB1202: Retention of case records; general district court.
  • SB1203: Intergovernmental Affairs, Office of; removes references to Office.
  • SB1204: HOT lanes; allows state or local law-enforcement vehicles, etc., to enter.
  • SB1205: Criminal street gang predicate offenses; penalties.
  • SB1324: Opportunity Educational Institution; established, report.
  • SJ25: Constitutional amendment; right to work (first reference).
  • SJ327: Constitutional amendment; state school division for schools denied accreditation (first reference).
  • SR23: Senate; 2013 operating resolution.
  • SR24: Celebrating the life of Charles L. McGowan.
  • SR26: Judges; nomination for election to circuit court.
  • SR27: Judges; nomination for election to general district court.
  • SR28: Judges; nomination for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court.
  • SR32: Commending Angela Sumner Murphy.
  • SB112: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes certain computer equipment and enabling software.
  • SB113: Drivers licenses; minors to be accompanied by parent, guardian, etc., to ceremony.
  • SB114: Retail Sales and Use Tax; adds veterans organizations to nonprofit entities that qualify.
  • SB115: Wills, trusts, and fiduciaries; revising and recodifying laws.
  • SB116: Court costs, fines, etc.; extends from 15 to 30 number of days a person has to pay.
  • SB117: Biennial appropriation act; shall start on July 1 of odd-numbered years.
  • SB344: Small Business Investment Grant Fund; created.
  • SB345: Criminal street gang; recruitment of persons, penalty.
  • SB346: Higher educational institutions; crisis and emergency management plans.
  • SB347: Tax-paid contraband cigarettes; possession with intent to distribute, penalties.
  • SB435: Criminal history record information check; making false statements, penalty.
  • SB611: Prefiled legislation; electronic signature may be used.
  • SB678: Governor's reorganization of executive branch of state government.
  • SJ22: Celebrating the life of Austin L. Roberts III.
  • SJ23: Celebrating the life of Robert Alfred Heinz.
  • SJ24: Celebrating the life of Paul Benjamin Ferrara.
  • SJ25: Constitutional amendment; right to work (first reference).
  • SJ66: Governor's Executive Reorganization Plan; approval by each house of General Assembly.
  • SJ67: Constitutional amendment; taking or damaging of private property for public use (second reference).
  • SJ115: Celebrating the life of Orlin L. Oatman.
  • SJ206: On the death of Charlotte Ann Wynn Pollard.
  • SJ233: General Assembly; change of date for completion of first conference on revenue bills.
  • SR2: 2012 Operating Resolution.
  • SR3: Commending Patricia J. Lung.
  • SR5: Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia.
  • SR6: Judges; nominations for election to circuit court.
  • SR7: Judges; nominations for election to general district court.
  • SR8: Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court.
  • SR9: Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • SR11: Judges; nominations for election to circuit court.
  • SR12: Judges; nominations for election to general district court.
  • SR13: Judge; nomination for election to circuit court.
  • SR14: Judge; nomination for election to general district court.
  • SR19: Commending Michael P. Adams.
  • SR501: 2012 Special Session I operating resolution.
  • SR513: Senate Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming nominations.
  • SR518: Judge; nomination for election to Court of Appeals of Virginia.
  • SR519: Judges; nominations for election to circuit court.
  • SR520: Nominating persons to be elected to juvenile and domestic relations district court judgeships.
  • SR521: Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • SB102: Budget process; biennial appropriations shall start on July 1 of odd-numbered years.
  • SB103: Transportation, Chief Executive Officer for; abolishes office of Transportation Commissioner.
  • SB177: Juvenile court docket; cases of assault and battery against family or household member.
  • SB389: Juveniles; offenses for which juvenile is subject to transfer and trial as an adult.
  • SB530: Criminal street gangs; any person who by telephone solicits another is guilty of a Class 6 felony.
  • SB912: Biennial appropriation act; shall start on July 1 of odd-numbered years.
  • SB913: Chief Executive Officer for Transportation; replaces Transportation Commissioner, etc.
  • SB914: Juveniles; offenses for which juvenile is subject to transfer and trial as an adult.
  • SB915: Inspection of motor vehicles; exceptions to requirements.
  • SB916: Virginia Life, Accident and Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association; notice to policy owners.
  • SB917: Virginia Life, Accident & Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association; increase life insurance coverage.
  • SB918: Virginia Fusion Intelligence Center; receive & integrate criminal-related intelligence information.
  • SB919: Crimes against adults 60 years of age or older; increases criminal penalties.
  • SB920: Home food inspections; exempts private homes that process certain pickles and vegetables.
  • SB921: Pianakatank River & Narrows; VMRC to convey easements for purpose of installing, etc. cable system.
  • SB922: Fertilizer; regulation of application and labeling.
  • SB923: Inmates; Department of Corrections to establish a personal trust account therefor.
  • SB924: Hospitals, nursing homes, etc.; regulations required of Board of Health.
  • SB925: Global Positioning System (GPS); tracking for person on bond or as a condition of probation.
  • SB926: Marijuana, synthetic; penalties for possession, intent to sell, distribute, etc.
  • SB927: Sex offender registry; affidavits.
  • SB928: Motor vehicles; passing of bicycles, etc.
  • SB929: Tobacco products; wrappings may be sold in places not open to public and not accessible to minors.
  • SB930: Debt management plan providers; exempts licensed certified public accountants or firms.
  • SB931: Transfer fee covenants; shall not run with title to real property & not enforceable against owner.
  • SB1057: State agencies; reports to General Assembly.
  • SB1058: Air emissions; repeal of laws and regulations related to Clean Air Interstate Rule.
  • SB1059: Master Settlement Agreement; regulation of cigarette manufacturers.
  • SB1060: Impounding structure; determination of hazard potential classification, development of permit.
  • SB1393: Utility poles; vehicles transporting do not need over-length permits and escort vehicles.
  • SB1437: Motor vehicle dealers, etc.; burden of proof of evidence in hearings before DMV Commissioner.
  • SJ24: Constitutional amendment; powers of General Assembly (first reference).
  • SJ280: U.S. Constitution; application to U.S. Congress to call convention to propose an amendment.
  • SJ323: Constitutional amendment; right to work (first reference).
  • SJ373: Commending Stewart D. Roberson.
  • SJ374: Commending V. Stuart Cook.
  • SJ401: Constitutional amendment; reversing present schedule of General Assembly sessions (first reference).
  • SR27: Commending Marian A. White.
  • SB102: Budget process; biennial appropriations shall start on July 1 of odd-numbered years.
  • SB103: Transportation, Chief Executive Officer for; abolishes office of Transportation Commissioner.
  • SB104: Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc.; limitation of liability contract clauses.
  • SB105: Mechanics' and materialmen's liens; removes certain requirements.
  • SB106: Certificates of analysis and affidavits; State shall notify defendant if used in lieu of testimony.
  • SB107: Learner's permit, restricted; DMV to issue to certain persons at least 25 years of age or older.
  • SB108: Pawnbrokers; required to file daily reports electronically with local law enforcement.
  • SB128: Air Pollution Control Board; regulations under Clean Air Interstate Rule.
  • SB176: Preliminary hearing; district court judge may order witness testimony to be reduced to writing.
  • SB177: Juvenile court docket; cases of assault and battery against family or household member.
  • SB293: Motor vehicle dealers; establishes conditions under which dealers may sell demonstrator vehicles.
  • SB294: Mortgage Lender and Broker Act; definition of principal.
  • SB295: Financial institutions and services; revising and recodifying laws.
  • SB389: Juveniles; offenses for which juvenile is subject to transfer and trial as an adult.
  • SB390: Information Technology Investment Board; abolished, Governor will appoint Chief Information Officer.
  • SB391: Toll facilities; civil penalties for failure to pay.
  • SB530: Criminal street gang; any person who by telephone solicits another is guilty of a Class 6 felony.
  • SB531: State attorneys; increase of fees in criminal cases.
  • SB532: Masks; prohibition on wearing in certain places, exception.
  • SB533: Concealed handgun permit applications; upon denial, clerk to provide notice of right to hearing.
  • SB534: Administration of higher education; restructures system.
  • SB670: Correctional facility work program; person who participates to contribute part of his pay for fines.
  • SB671: Income tax, corporate; eliminates for taxable years beginning on or after July 1, 2012.
  • SJ24: Constitutional amendment; powers of General Assembly (first reference).
  • SJ32: Community colleges & higher educational institution, etc.; JLARC to study role of SOE in improving.
  • SJ162: Celebrating the life of Oriana Robertson Hargrove.
  • SB115: Traffic lights; creates Class 1 misdemeanor for running red light.
  • SB223: Wages and salaries; employer to pay by credit to prepaid debit card or card account.
  • SB224: Driver's license and registration; failure to carry.
  • SB888: Deed of trust; assignment of penalty for failure to release.
  • SB889: Ignition interlock; operation of motor vehicle without, penalty.
  • SB890: Motor vehicles; collection of court costs.
  • SB891: Communications sales and use tax; distributions to Bath County and Town of Clifton.
  • SB892: Information technology projects; Governor to include a biennial appropriation therefor.
  • SB893: Submission of executive budget; personnel costs for state agencies.
  • SB894: Biennial appropriation act; State's appropriations shall start on July 1 of odd-numbered years.
  • SB895: Governor's revenue forecasts; submission to include alternative revenue estimates.
  • SB896: Duty to file lists of renters, etc.; provide name & address thereof to commissioner of revenue.
  • SB897: Animal shelter and pounds; allowed to purchase, etc., certain controlled substances for euthanizing.
  • SB898: Elder or dependent adult abuse; emergency services personnel to report suspected abuse, etc.
  • SB899: Distribution of handbills in highway right-of-way; grants City of Falls Church, etc. to prohibit.
  • SB900: Contractor performance bonds; amount for locally administered transportation improvement projects.
  • SB901: Shane Timothy Adcock Memorial Bridge; designating as Rt. 835 bridge over I-95 in Hanover County.
  • SB902: Confidentiality of law-enforcement records; disclosures to school principal.
  • SB954: Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practice to sell, offer for sale, etc., recalled product.
  • SB1151: Companion animals; owner reclaiming dog or cat from pound to have animal spayed or neutered.
  • SB1152: Infectious disease; eliminates requirement that law-enforcement officer give notice.
  • SB1153: Public-Private Education Facilities & Infrastructure Act of 2002; definitions, review, report.
  • SB1154: Copies of medical bills and charges; no cost to patient up to three times every twelve months.
  • SB1258: Alcoholic beverage control; requires ABC Board to establish a schedule of offenses.
  • SB1463: DUI; installation of ignition interlock as condition of license restoration for second conviction.
  • SB1464: Chief Executive Officer for Transportation; abolished Commonwealth Transportaion Commissioner.
  • SB1527: Estheticians; extends grandfather period for licensure thereas until July 31, 2009.
  • SJ295: Constitutional amendment; reversing present schedule of sessions of General Assembly.
  • SJ296: General Assembly; joint committee to be established to oversee provision of revenue estimates.
  • SJ297: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Andrew Jackson Ellis, Jr.
  • SJ347: Constitutional amendment; right to work (first reference).
  • SJ488: Celebrating the life of Jane Rowe Reynolds Murray.
  • SB110: Retirement benefits; applicable to certain public safety officers and state police officers.
  • SB111: Indigent defendants; right to ex parte hearing for appointment of experts in capital cases.
  • SB112: District court employees; local salary supplements.
  • SB113: Driver's license; penalty for driving without.
  • SB114: Sex Offenders and Crimes Against Minors Registry; registration requirements.
  • SB115: Traffic lights; creates Class 1 misdemeanor for running red light.
  • SB116: Motor Vehicles, Department of; service charges.
  • SB221: Reckless driving; penalty for person convicted.
  • SB222: Firearms; possession by persons who committed felonies while juveniles.
  • SB223: Wages and salaries; employers may pay by credit to prepaid debit card or card account.
  • SB224: Driver's license and registration; failure to carry.
  • SB225: Appellate court; remand of bail appeal.
  • SB226: Firearms; answering mental health questions on consent form required when purchasing.
  • SB227: HIV/Hepatitis testing; parental consent for minors.
  • SB228: Child abuse and neglect; emergency medical services personnel added to list of mandatory reporters.
  • SB229: Search warrants; allows an affidavit to be delivered by facsimile after it is certified.
  • SB230: Subdivision of lot; stepchildren included as immediate family for conveyance thereof.
  • SB231: Involuntary mental health treatment; prohibition from purchasing, etc. firearms.
  • SB232: Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; duty of landlord and managing agent for visible mold.
  • SB505: Charter; Town of Bowling Green.
  • SB506: Arrest; resetting of bail or amending bail set.
  • SB507: Underage drinking and driving; punishment.
  • SB686: Storage facility operators; duty to file lists of tenants, etc. with commissioner of revenue.
  • SB792: Real estate tax; purchaser of property belonging to State, etc. entitled to tax credit.
  • SJ30: Celebrating the life of Marion Wingfield Johnson.
  • SJ51: Celebrating the life of Roger William Edwards.
  • SJ219: Commending the Town of Ashland on the occasion of its 150th anniversary.
  • SB377: Health insurance; benefits for reservists called to active duty.
  • SB383: Posting of information on Internet; repeals sunset.
  • SB384: Forfeiture cases; addition of certain procedures.
  • SB569: Custody and visitation cases; court may order confidential parental mental health records.
  • SB577: Warrantless searches; law-enforcement officer may search without if person signed waiver.
  • SB872: Nursing, Board of; continuing education requirements for nurses.
  • SB873: Private attorneys or collection agencies; may have access to defendant's social security number.
  • SB874: Speedy trial; adds an adult under protections afforded thereby.
  • SB875: Retirement system; increases retirement multiplier for hazardous duty service performed by officers.
  • SB876: Gangs; definition of predicate criminal act.
  • SB877: Witness summonses; issuance by criminal defense counsel.
  • SB1065: Sex Offender Registry; clarifies person convicted of registrable offense must register.
  • SB1066: Bond or recognizance; appeal from order denying bail or fixing terms thereof.
  • SB1067: Volunteer assistant attorneys; adds City of Richmond to those localities with authority to appoint.
  • SB1068: Condemnation cases; jury selection.
  • SB1069: Drug and alcohol treatment pilot program; local or regional jail may establish for inmates.
  • SB1070: Garnishment summons; claims of exemption.
  • SB1071: Sex offender registration; offender to include any electronic mail address, etc. that he will use.
  • SB1136: Indians, Council on; changes membership thereof, report.
  • SB1223: Police and court records; expungement hearing to occur if person granted writ vacating a conviction.
  • SB1337: DMV fees; to impose on transaction in customer service centers if can be done electronically.
  • SB1338: Standards of Quality; local school boards to enroll students in gifted education programs.
  • SB1397: Audio and audio-visual recordings; clarifies penalty language for unlawful commercial production of.
  • SJ350: Celebrating the life of Captain Shane T. Adcock.
  • SJ351: Commending Thomas R. Waddy, Sr.
  • SJ353: Celebrating the life of Karl L.Williams.
  • SJ418: Judicial circuits; joint Senate & House Committees for Courts of Justice to study redistricting.
  • SJ421: Commending Brenda F. Cowlbeck.
  • SJ422: Celebrating the life of Lewis Latane Trice.
  • SB375: Sex offenders; list of offenses to include communications system.
  • SB376: Sex crimes against children; mandatory minimum term of confinement for certain offenses.
  • SB377: Health insurance; benefits for reservists called to active duty.
  • SB378: Motor fuel establishment; driving off without paying for gasoline.
  • SB379: District court; parties not represented by counsel.
  • SB380: Gas utilities; performance-based regulation.
  • SB381: Recognizance bonds; provision for default.
  • SB382: Unemployment comp.; disqualifiies public school teacher for failure to comply with requirements.
  • SB383: Posting of information on Internet; repeals sunset.
  • SB384: Forfeiture cases; addition of certain procedures.
  • SB385: Income tax, state; refund checkoff for Military Family Relief Fund of Virginia.
  • SB386: Alcoholic beverage; exception to tied house law.
  • SB396: Alcoholic beverages; certain exemption in home of another for underage.
  • SB569: Custody and visitation; court may order confidential mental health records concerning a parent.
  • SB570: Controlled substances; person convicted of possession, penalty.
  • SB571: Retail sales and use tax; exemption for certain school supplies, clothing, and footwear.
  • SB576: Ticket scalping; locality may issue an ordinance providing that it is unlawful.
  • SB577: Warrantless searches; law-enforcement officer may search without if person signed waiver.
  • SB578: Sex offenders; presumption of no bail for person charged with certain offense.
  • SB579: Felonies; DNA analysis after arrest for capital murder.
  • SB659: Estate tax; conformity of state and federal statutes.
  • SB660: Physicians; extends immunity for failure to review and respond to report or result of test.
  • SJ175: Celebrating the life of Dr. John A. Rawls.
  • SJ287: Celebrating the life of Robert Fenton Atkins, Jr.
  • SR21: Commending the New Kent County Sheriff's Office.
  • SR22: Celebrating the life of Lloyd Eugene Byrum, Jr.
  • SR23: Celebrating the life of Judge Robert P. Beaver.
  • SR33: Celebrating the life of Paul Sawyer.