Del. Tag Greason (R-Potomac Falls)

Photo of Tag Greason
Party
Republican
District
32: County of Loudoun (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2010
Left Office
January 2018
Age
47
Website
vote4tag.com
Twitter
@TagGreason
Copatroning Habits
78% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 72% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 68% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
30.3% in 2017
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Appropriations chairman plans to appoint ranking Democrat as subcommittee chair:

January 10, 2018
  Richmond.comFull coverage

New Dels. Reid, Gooditis set their sights on change in Richmond:

January 11, 2018
  Loudoun Times-MirrorFull coverage

These are all of the video clips of Tag Greason’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2010. There are 115 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB835: Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of licensed art instruction studios.
  • HB1467: Neonatal abstinence syndrome; Board of Health to adopt regulations to include as reportable disease.
  • HB1660: Va. history & U.S. Constitution; Federalist Papers are required to be taught & explained to student.
  • HB1661: Administration of medications to treat adrenal crisis.
  • HB1662: Higher educational institutions, public; general education course credit, dual enrollment courses.
  • HB1663: Northern Va. Community College, et al.; computer science training, etc., for public school teachers.
  • HB1664: SCHEV; collection and publication of wage data.
  • HB1705: Certification of driver education courses; requirements.
  • HB1763: Special license plates; highway safety.
  • HB1981: School Divisions of Innovation; definition, regulatory provisions.
  • HB1982: Graduation requirements; verified units of credit, satisfactory score on the PSAT examination.
  • HB1983: School calendar; opening day of school year.
  • HB1987: Alcoholic beverage control; new license for certain commercial lifestyle centers.
  • HB1995: Health insurance; coverage for autism spectrum disorder.
  • HB2403: Vehicles bearing clean special fuel license plates; use of high-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes.
  • HJ791: Early childhood education.
  • HJ911: Commending Broad Run High School DECA.
  • HJ912: Commending Stone Bridge High School DECA.
  • HR293: Commending the Riverside High School golf team.
  • HR294: Commending the Riverside High School competitive cheer team.
  • HR295: Commending the Broad Run High School competitive cheer team.
  • HR296: Commending the Broad Run High School iGEM team.
  • HR358: Commending Mark DiLuigi.
  • HR359: Commending Loudoun Hunger Relief.
  • HR360: Commending the Medical Surgical Unit at Inova Loudoun Hospital.
  • HR361: Commending Loudoun County Animal Services.
  • HR395: Commending Broad Run High School DECA.
  • HR396: Commending Stone Bridge High School DECA.
  • HR407: Commending Ashley Herndon.
  • HR415: Commending the Loudoun County Chapter of the American Red Cross.
  • HR433: Celebrating the life of Charles Milton McKinney III.
  • HR444: Commending the Riverside High School girls' swim team.
  • HR457: Commending Deep Sran.
  • 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.