Delegate Tag Greason (R-Potomac Falls)

Photo of Tag Greason
Party
Republican
District
32: County of Loudoun (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2010
Next Election
November 2017
Committees
Appropriations, Education, General Laws
Age
46
Website
vote4tag.com
Copatroning Habits
80% 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, 69% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
23.8% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Loudoun Now: Preventing Tragedy: Students Partner with Delegate to Curb Distracted Driving

December 6, 2016
Del. Thomas A. ?Tag? Greason (R-32) said, following the string of ?horrific accidents caused by distracted driving,? he and a few of his colleagues in the General Assembly got to talking about what might be done to stop people from texting while driving.

Loudoun Now: Assembly Preview: Loudoun Legislators Look to Hold the Line on Proffers

November 30, 2016
?I do just want to remind everybody that Airbnb, if they stall and get nothing, they win,? said Del. Thomas A. ?Tag? Greason (R-32), pointing out that no change in the law means Airbnb may continue business as usual, and the county will likely have to ...

Loudoun Now: School Board's Request for Flexibility to Charge Bus Fees Gains Traction

December 2, 2016
School Board's Request for Flexibility to Charge Bus Fees Gains TractionFavola and Del. Thomas A. ?Tag? Greason (R-32) voiced support for the idea, but said it is difficult to come up with an accountability framework that works for all of the school systems statewide. ?It's tough because we don't want to erode the ...

Blue Virginia (press release) (blog): Home 2017 Races Virginia House Districts Won by Hillary Clinton Highlight Most Vulnerable GOP Delegates...

December 7, 2016
Those Republican delegates are Jim LeMunyon (67th), Dave Albo (42nd), Tag Greason (32nd), Jackson Miller (50th), Mark Dudenhefer (2nd), ?Sideshow Bob? Marshall (13th), David Yancey (94th), Scott Lingamfelter (31st), Robert Bloxom Jr. (100th), Randy ...

Loudoun Times-Mirror: Loudoun supervisors express concern over proffer law, regulating Airbnb at legislative meeting

November 30, 2016
Just about a month before state legislators head to Richmond for the 2017 General Assembly session, local lawmakers and the Board of Supervisors made clear during a joint meeting Nov. 29 their outrage over new proffer legislation and a desire to ...

These are all of the video clips of Tag Greason’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2010. There are 103 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB835: Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of licensed art instruction studios.
  • HB1467: Board of Health to adopt regulations to include neonatal abstinence syndrome as reportable disease.
  • HB46: School Readiness Committee; Secretary of Education, et al., shall establish, increases membership.
  • HB47: Mixed-Delivery Preschool Fund and Grant Program; established, report, sunset provision.
  • HB255: Health insurance; coverage for mental health and substance abuse disorders.
  • HB309: School boards, local; licensed behavior analysts and assistant, support services positions.
  • HB353: School boards, local; transportation agreements with nonpublic schools.
  • HB354: Lyme disease; prevention pilot program.
  • HB381: Standards of Learning; alternative means for children with disabilities to demonstrate achievement.
  • HB747: Service facilities; manufacturer of engines for certain trucks to own a facility.
  • HB748: Driver education; certification of online courses.
  • HB749: School service providers; protection of student personal information.
  • HB750: Student personal information; definition of school services, college & career readiness assessment.
  • HB753: School calendar.
  • HB831: Standards of Learning; curriculum shall include computer science and computational thinking.
  • HB833: Standards of Learning; elementary school assessments; time length.
  • HB835: Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of licensed art instruction studios.
  • HB894: Standards of Learning Innovation Committee; change in membership.
  • HB895: High school graduation; graduation requirements.
  • HB896: Private school employees, certain; requirement of background checks.
  • HB902: Commonwealth Genomics and Personalized Medicine Authority; created, report.
  • HB1020: Unclaimed property; payment of property of deceased owner.
  • HB1190: License plates, special; prohibits DMV from issuing certain plates to registered sex offenders.
  • HB1206: Comprehensive community colleges; Noncredit Workforce Credentials Act.
  • HR92: Commending the Stone Bridge High School boys' cross country team.
  • HR93: Commending the Stone Bridge High School girls' volleyball team.
  • HR100: Commending the Riverside High School girls' volleyball team.
  • HR116: Commending the Briar Woods High School cheerleading team.
  • HR123: Commending Loudoun County Public Schools.
  • HR126: Commending Alexis Grandis.
  • HR133: Commending Mill Run Elementary School.
  • HR140: Commending the Farmwell Station Middle School Family and Consumer Sciences students.
  • HR146: Commending the Loudoun County Department of Fire, Rescue and Emergency Management.
  • HR147: Commending Sara Christie.
  • HR153: Commending Tiffany Faucette.
  • HR163: Commending the Riverside High School gymnastics team.
  • HR166: Commending the Broad Run High School wrestling team.
  • HR167: Commending the George Washington University Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders Institute.
  • HR168: Commending Leadership Loudoun.
  • HR177: Commending the Briar Woods High School girls' swim team.
  • HR178: Commending the Briar Woods High School boys swim team.
  • HR196: Commending the Stone Bridge High School hockey team.
  • HR199: Commending Claire Nguyen.
  • HR200: Commending the Team Ashburn Synchronized Skating program.
  • HB1319: Special license plates; CURE CHILDHOOD CANCER.
  • HB1549: Motor vehicle dealers; prohibits franchisors from coercing dealers to provide access to data.
  • HB1550: School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting.
  • HB1612: School service providers; protection of student personal information.
  • HB1615: Standards of Learning; integrated assessments to include multiple subject areas.
  • HB1616: Career and technical education; alignment with national certification requirements.
  • HB1672: School Performance Report Card; redesign to be more effective in communicating to parents & public.
  • HB1674: School accreditation; review of status by Board of Education.
  • HB1675: Graduation requirements; local alternative paths to standard or verified units of credit.
  • HB1799: Innovation and Entrepreneurship Investment Authority; powers, report.
  • HB1940: Health insurance; mandated coverage for autism spectrum disorder.
  • HB2216: Epinephrine; possession and administration in private schools.
  • HJ564: Commending Eric Betzig, Ph.D.
  • HR196: Commending LEAD VIRGINIA.
  • HR203: Commending Mark Ryan.
  • HR217: Commending the Loudoun 98 Red girls' soccer team.
  • HR222: Commending Loudoun County Public Schools.
  • HR228: Commending Jay Coakley.
  • HR229: Commending John Mills.
  • HR244: Commending the Stone Bridge High School girls' swim team.
  • HR257: Commending the Broad Run High School wrestling team.
  • HR269: Commending the Loudoun First Responders Foundation.
  • HR283: Commending the Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department.
  • HR284: Commending Andi Mack.
  • HR304: Commending Michael Battista.
  • HB331: First-time home buyer savings plans; established.
  • HB332: Common Interest Community Ombudsman; owners' bill of rights.
  • HB333: School calendar; local school boards responsbile for setting and determining opening day.
  • HB925: Driver education; community colleges shall have authority to offer courses to become instructor.
  • HB926: Behavior analyst; exceptions to licensure requirements, Advisory Board established.
  • HB927: Problem Gambling Treatment Fund; established.
  • HB929: Emergency vehicles; Virginia National Guard vehicles exempt from certain situations.
  • HB930: Standards of Learning; assessments, reform.
  • HB931: State Police, Department of; appointment of supervisory officers.
  • HB1003: Opportunity Educational Institution; funding.
  • HB1115: Virtual Virginia; DOE to increase online courses available to other school divisions through Program
  • HJ1: Teacher Career Ladder program; Department of Education to study feasibility of implementing.
  • HJ44: Constitutional amendment; aid for students attending nonprofit higher educational institutions, etc.
  • HJ230: Commending Dr. Edgar B. Hatrick III.
  • HR70: Commending the Children's Science Center.
  • HB1330: Admissions tax; adds Loudoun County to list of counties that are authorized to levy.
  • HB1425: Tenant's remedies; interrupted utility service.
  • HB1467: School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting opening of school year, etc.
  • HB1468: Public schools; possession & administration of epinephrine by employees of local governing bodies.
  • HB1539: Motor vehicles; certain vehicle dealers not required to display license at wholesale auction.
  • HB1638: Military Affairs, Department of; providing of flag to next of kin.
  • HB1639: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exempts correspondence of members of General Assembly & aides.
  • HB1640: Child care providers; background checks for eligibility for child care subsidy payments.
  • HB1868: First-time home buyer; savings accounts for purchase of single-family residences, tax exemption.
  • HB1999: Individual school performance; Board of Education shall approve student growth indicators, report.
  • HB2217: Pedestrians, etc; local government may adopt ordinances requiring to stop at marked crosswalks.
  • HB2232: Problem Gambling Treatment Fund; established.
  • HB2266: Wiretapping; authorization for monitoring by sheriff's office.
  • HB85: HOV lanes; extends sunset provision on use by vehicles with clean special fuel license plates.
  • HB86: School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year.
  • HB156: Housing and Community Development, Board of; terms of certain members.
  • HB157: Party identification on ballots; requirement extends to local elections.
  • HB1104: Va. Fire Services Board and State Board of Juvenile Justice; powers & duties.
  • HB1105: Freedom of Information Act; electronic communication meetings.
  • HB1106: Behavior and assistant behavior analysts; licensure by Board of Medicine.
  • HB1107: Public schools; possession and administration of auto-injectable epinephrine.
  • HB1108: Career and technical education; industry certifications mandatory part of program.
  • HB1109: Problem Gambling Treatment Fund; established.
  • HB1110: Landlord and tenant laws; dwelling units.
  • HB1111: Statewide Fire Prevention Code & Uniform Statewide Building Code; fees for enforcement and appeals.
  • HJ9: Constitutional amendment; religious or theological education for military chaplains, etc.
  • HR75: Celebrating the life of Amarria Denise Johnson.
  • HB1432: HOV lanes; use by vehicle with clean special fuel license plates.
  • HB1433: School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting & determining opening of school year.
  • HB1448: Juvenile court deferral and dismissal; cases ineligible for expungement of records.
  • HB1470: Real property tax; membership of boards of equalization.
  • HB1493: Career and technical education; industry certification is mandatory.
  • HB1525: Elections; form of ballots to be used in local elections in Loudoun County.
  • HB1526: Real property tax appeal; information regarding income and expenses of income-producing property.
  • HB1976: Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children, Council on; membership.
  • HB1977: Problem Gambling Treatment Fund; established.
  • HB1978: Substitute judges; allows an assistant attorney for State to be appointed.
  • HB1979: ABC; exemption from payment of tax on wine and alcoholic beverages shipped out of state.
  • HB1980: Juveniles; transfer to circuit court for criminal trial.
  • HB1981: Traffic lights; motorcycle drivers, etc., in certain situations, to proceed through intersections.
  • HB2122: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain computer equipment and enabling software.
  • HB2467: Health insurance; mandated coverage for autism spectrum disorder.
  • HJ537: Commending The George Washington University's Virginia Science and Technology Campus.
  • HJ538: Commending Alvin Wyman.
  • HJ614: Constitutional amendment; aid for nonpublic higher education, religious or theological education.
  • HJ623: Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month; designating September 2011, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ629: Commending the Potomac Falls High School boys' basketball team.
  • HJ719: Patient Safety Day; recognizing as February 2, 2011.
  • HJ958: Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Virginia Uniform Disposition of Unclaimed Property Act.
  • HB214: HOV lanes; extends date for use by vehicle with clean special fuel license plates.
  • HB704: School board; may have staggered terms for members in Loudoun County.
  • HB752: Traffic lights; allows motorcycle, etc., to proceed through intersections showing steady red signal.
  • HB753: Alcoholic beverages; possession without a license, exemptions.
  • HB799: School calendar; local school boards responsible for determining opening of school year.
  • HB1252: Electronic communication service providers; obtaining records by law-enforcement officers.
  • HB1364: National Guard; eligibility for in-state tuition for members to allow for religious training, etc.