Del. Steve Heretick (D-Portsmouth)

Photo of Steve Heretick
Party
Democratic
District
79: Cities of Norfolk (part) and Portsmouth (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2016
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Labor and Commerce, Counties, Cities and Towns, Courts of Justice, Finance
Age
60
Website
heretickfordelegate.com
Twitter
@steveheretick
Copatroning Habits
73% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 82% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 64% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
34.6% in 2020

These are all of the video clips of Steve Heretick’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2017. There are 5 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB265: Marijuana; decriminalization of simple marijuana possession, civil penalty.
  • HB266: Criminal cases and traffic infractions; eliminates accrual of interest on fines and costs.
  • HB267: Police and court records; expungement of records.
  • HB268: Victim of human trafficking; petition for vacatur/expungement of convictions & police/court records.
  • HB269: Marijuana; legalization of simple marijuana possession, penalty.
  • HB435: Virginia Security for Public Deposits Act; collateral for public deposits.
  • HB436: Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act; disclosure of identifying information.
  • HB438: Workers' compensation; post-traumatic stress disorder, law-enforcement officers and firefighters.
  • HB439: Relocation of call centers to a foreign country; notification requirements.
  • HB440: Railroads; freight train crew size requirements, civil penalty.
  • HB655: Solar photovoltaic projects; special exceptions for any project.
  • HB656: Solar energy projects; national standards.
  • HB657: Comprehensive plan; solar facilities review.
  • HB1191: Installation of certain facilities by developer; reimbursement.
  • HB1213: Summonses; authority of local government employees to issue for violations of local ordinances.
  • HB1230: Certificate of public need; criteria for determination of need.
  • HB1241: Income tax, state; modifications for certain companies in economically distressed localities.
  • HB1242: Broadband service; authority of localities to provide.
  • HB1243: Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; affected local jurisdictions and public entities.
  • HB1244: Virginia Telephone Privacy Protection Act; telephone solicitation calls.
  • HB1454: Erosion and sediment control, stormwater, and Chesapeake Bay; consolidation of preservation laws.
  • HB1455: Unpaid tolls; toll facility operators authorized to mail invoices.
  • HB1581: Delinquent real property taxes; correction of tax records.
  • HB1582: Delinquent tax lands; threshold for nonjudicial sale.
  • HB1583: Treasurers, local; power to summon taxpayers and other persons.
  • HB1709: Small businesses; definition to include LGBT-owned businesses.
  • HJ42: Honor and Sacrifice Flag; emblem for honoring fallen public safety personnel.
  • HJ58: Transportation agreements, certain; tolled transportation facilities.
  • HJ101: Midtown and Downtown Tunnels in Hampton Roads; JLARC to study reduction or elimination of tolls.
  • HJ130: Marijuana; JLARC to study legalization, regulation, etc.
  • HJ229: Commending Amanda B. Wimberley.
  • HJ465: Commending Linwood Fisher.
  • HR12: Commending Rajput Indian Cuisine.
  • HR125: Commending the Kiwanis Club of Portsmouth.
  • HB1789: Railroads; freight train crew size requirements, civil penalty.
  • HB1798: Call centers, etc.; procurement of state business-related work.
  • HB1799: Criminal cases and traffic infractions; eliminates accrual of interest on fines and costs.
  • HB1800: Correctional facilities, local; voting information for persons incarcerated.
  • HB1989: Extended Employment Services; removes eligibility of individuals with a significant disability.
  • HB2079: Marijuana; decriminalization of simple possession, penalty.
  • HB2213: Medical & mental health information/records of person committed to jail; local probation officers.
  • HB2284: Debt management plans, providers of; exempts entities.
  • HB2371: Marijuana; legalization of simple marijuana possession, penalty.
  • HB2379: Charitable gaming; regulations of the Charitable Gaming Board, prohibited acts.
  • HB2618: Workers' compensation; occupational disease presumption.
  • HJ582: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established (first reference).
  • HJ611: Celebrating the life of Joseph Benjamin Fuller.
  • HJ628: Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council; threat of phishing attacks, report.
  • HJ629: Midtown and Downtown Tunnels in Hampton Roads; JLARC to study reduction or elimination of tolls.
  • HJ704: Transportation agreements, certain; tolled transportation facilities.
  • HJ737: Commending Francis W. Pedrotty.
  • HJ793: Commending Bishop Curtis Eugene Edmonds, Sr.
  • HJ829: Commending Jhermaine Richey.
  • HJ1006: Commending the Rotary Club of Portsmouth.
  • HR315: Commending Judy Boyce Perry.
  • HB34: Railroads; freight train crew requirements, civil penalty.
  • HB779: Norfolk, City of; eliminates cap on salaries of appointed members of school board.
  • HB1063: Marijuana; decriminalization of simple possession.
  • HB1064: Medical marijuana; written certification issued by physician.
  • HB1065: Marijuana; convicted of possession, expungement of police and court records.
  • HB1066: Police and court records; expungement of records.
  • HB1067: Campaign Finance Disclosure Act of 2006; campaign committees, final report requirement.
  • HB1068: License plates, special; veterans of certain military reserve organizations.
  • HB1069: Vehicle registration; extension for satisfaction of certain requirements.
  • HB1070: Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995, etc.; affected local jurisdictions and public entities.
  • HB1071: Health regulatory boards; electronic notice of license renewal.
  • HB1072: Absentee voting; no excuse.
  • HB1073: Grand larceny; increases threshold amount.
  • HB1074: Protective orders; reciprocal no contact provisions.
  • HB1086: Transportation District Commission of Hampton Roads; adds two legislative members to Commission.
  • HB1207: Investigative and enforcement proceedings; information provided to individuals or business entities.
  • HB1209: Relocation of call centers to a foreign country; notification requirements.
  • HB1527: Civil Air Patrol; leave for volunteer members.
  • HJ25: Midtown and Downtown Tunnels in Hampton Roads; JLARC to study reduction or elimination of tolls.
  • HJ104: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established.
  • HJ105: State-owned ports; JLARC to study impact on local governments.
  • HR111: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Earle C. Mobley.
  • HB1347: Wireless communications; infrastructure established.
  • HB1901: Alcoholic beverage control; tied house exception.
  • HB1902: Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995, et al.; affected local jurisdictions and public entities.
  • HB1903: Business records; admissibility in criminal proceedings.
  • HB1904: Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements.
  • HB1905: All-electronic toll facilities; evidence provided for unpaid tolls, penalty.
  • HB1906: Marijuana; decriminalization of simple marijuana possession.
  • HB1907: School security officers; authorized to carry a firearm.
  • HB1908: Police and court records; expungement of records.
  • HB1937: Professions and occupations; active supervision of regulatory boards.
  • HB2330: Inpatient psychiatric hospital admission; defendant found incompetent.
  • HB2331: Community services boards; preadmission screening for regional jail inmates.
  • HB2364: Public officers; automatic suspension upon conviction of felony.
  • HB2419: Call centers; relocation to a foreign country.
  • HJ646: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Johnny S. Joannou.
  • HJ647: Celebrating the life of Charles B. Whitehurst, Sr.
  • HJ648: Study; JLARC; impact of state-owned ports on local governments; report.
  • HR278: Commending Lynn Wiggins.
  • HR279: Celebrating the life of Darlene Bardon McKenzie.
  • HR419: Commending Lenna Jo Davis.
  • HR420: Commending James B. Oliver, Jr.
  • HR421: Commending the Reverend Curtis Eugene Edmonds, Sr.
  • HB394: Port Opportunity Fund; transfers to Fund, exception.
  • HB395: Juvenile records; expungement of records for nonviolent misdemeanors.
  • HB396: Grand larceny; threshold.
  • HB1071: Electronic tolls; nonpayment civil actions.
  • HB1073: Police and court records; expungement.
  • HB1074: Marijuana; decriminalization of simple possession.
  • HB1180: Utility Transfers Act; telephone companies.
  • HB1347: Wireless communications; infrastructure established.
  • HJ73: Midtown and Downtown Tunnels in Hampton Roads; CTB to study reduction or elimination of tolls.
  • HJ233: Celebrating the life of Albert J. Taylor, Jr.