Del. Terry Kilgore (R-Gate City)

Photo of Terry Kilgore
Party
Republican
District
1: Counties of Lee, Scott, and Wise (part); City of Norton [map]
Took Office
January 1994
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Commerce and Labor (Chair), Courts of Justice, Rules
Twitter
@delterrykilgore
Copatroning Habits
78% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 76% 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
40% in 2019
Bio

Republican Caucus Chairman. Twin brother of Jerry Kilgore, the former attorney general and the 2003 Republican nominee for governor.

Recent Mentions in the Media

Richmond.com: House Republicans pick Todd Gilbert for minority leader, Kathy Byron for caucus chair

November 17, 2019 | 7:14 pm
  

YourGV.com: Republicans mull over new House leadership | State

November 17, 2019 | 2:43 pm
  

WWBT NBC12 News: Virginia Republicans mull over new House leadership

November 15, 2019 | 5:28 pm
  

Kingsport Times News: SWVA legislators: Region, not party, primary challenge in state schools funding in 2020

November 14, 2019 | 5:30 pm
  

Energy and Policy Institute: Dominion Energy spent record-breaking sum in Virginia election to bolster embattled Republicans and legislative allies

November 12, 2019 | 3:40 pm
  

These are all of the video clips of Terry Kilgore’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 284 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB670: Standards of Quality; local match for basic aid, debt service on projects in school divisions.
  • HB1252: Renewable energy power purchase agreements; pilot programs.
  • HB1666: University of Virginia's College at Wise; reduced rate tuition.
  • HB1667: Va. Public Procurement Act; statute of limitations on actions on construction contracts, bonds, etc.
  • HB1867: Motor vehicle insurance; compliance verification by DMV.
  • HB1970: Telemedicine services; payment and coverage of services.
  • HB2184: Volunteer license, special; issuance for limited practice.
  • HB2185: Va. Rural Information Technology Apprenticeship Grant Fund/Program; established, qualified locality.
  • HB2186: Travel insurance; establishes procedures and requirements.
  • HB2187: Gas or oil drilling units; escrowed proceeds, Coalfield Region Elderly Assistance Fund.
  • HB2188: Social services, local departments of; bonuses for their officers, etc.
  • HB2189: Local government; taxing authority.
  • HB2202: Health care provider panels; vertically integrated carriers, public hospitals.
  • HB2477: Electric utilities; licensed retail suppliers.
  • HB2478: Virginia Stock Corporation Act; modernizes and updates Act.
  • HB2690: Money transmitters; licensure through the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System & Registry (NMLS).
  • HB2747: Southwest Virginia Energy Research and Development Authority; created, sunset provision.
  • HJ719: Celebrating the life of Pat Loggans.
  • HJ794: Commending Freddy Gerald Lawson, Jr.
  • HJ908: Celebrating the life of George Fuller Cridlin.
  • HJ1025: Commending Amy G. Fannon.
  • HR224: State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of a member.
  • HR310: Commending the Union High School golf team.
  • HR372: Commending Gerald T. Miller.
  • HR387: Commending Ronald D. Oakes.
  • HB117: Workers' Compensation Commission; quorum.
  • HB237: One-stop small business permitting program; extends sunset date.
  • HB238: State Corporation Commission; electronic registration system.
  • HB239: Hunting with the assistance of dogs; hunting or killing raccoons on Sunday.
  • HB663: Cooperative agreement; reimbursement of costs necessary to examine, review, and supervise.
  • HB664: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; transfer of public records, definition of 'custodian.'
  • HB665: Coalfield employment enhancement tax credit; metallurgical coal mined by underground methods.
  • HB666: Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; school boards and school board employees.
  • HB668: Transportation funding in certain areas of the Commonwealth; price floor.
  • HB669: Natural Tunnel Parkway; authorizes DCR to accept certain real property in Scott County.
  • HB670: Standards of Quality; local match for basic aid, debt service on projects in school divisions.
  • HB671: Tourism Development Authority; reorganizes Authority.
  • HB672: Driver's licenses; suspension of license for unsatisfied judgments and after certain accidents.
  • HB1248: SCC; regulation of consumer finance companies.
  • HB1252: Renewable energy power purchase agreements; pilot programs.
  • HB1258: Wireless communications infrastructure; zoning.
  • HB1263: Bristol and Salem Highway Construction Districts; Transportation Board's prioritization process.
  • HB1427: Wireless support structures; public rights-of-way use fees established.
  • HB1428: Jonesville, Town of; amending charter, lengthens terms of mayor and councilmen.
  • HB1486: Va. Life, Accident & Sickness Insurance Guaranty Assoc.; assessments for long-term care insurance.
  • HB1558: Electric utility regulation; grid modernization, energy efficiency programs.
  • HB1605: Nonparticipating tobacco-product manufacturers; certain agencies sharing or disclosing information.
  • HJ9: Celebrating the life of Joseph C. Smiddy.
  • HJ10: Celebrating the life of Donald Williams, Sr.
  • HJ23: Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Virginia Workers Compensation Act.
  • HJ119: Celebrating the life of L. Stanley Willis.
  • HJ287: Celebrating the life of Gary David Burgess.
  • HJ288: Celebrating the life of Ida Bonicelli Trigiani.
  • HJ289: Celebrating the life of Pauline Anderson Hagy.
  • HJ290: Commending Otis Gene Lawson.
  • HJ291: Commending William C. Shelton.
  • HR23: State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • HR24: Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • HR110: Commending Virginia Belle Honeycutt Meador.
  • HB1542: Home service contract providers; shifts responsibility for regulating to Commissioner of the DACS.
  • HB1760: Electric utilities; costs of pumped hydroelectricity generation and storage facilities.
  • HB1831: Prioritization of statewide transportation projects; exceptions.
  • HB1832: Negotiable instruments; statute of limitations.
  • HB1833: Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; conservation officers.
  • HB1883: Occupational safety and health laws; increases maximum amount of civil penalties.
  • HB1920: Property transportation network companies; required to provide motor vehicle liability coverage.
  • HB1941: Immunity of persons; statements regarding matters of public concern communicated to a third party.
  • HB2196: Wireless communications infrastructure; procedure for approved by localities.
  • HB2197: Unmanned aircraft systems; creates a civil cause of action for invasion of privacy, etc.
  • HB2198: Coal tax; limits aggregate amount of credits that may be allocated or claimed for employment, etc.
  • HB2199: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; Chief Executive Officer, powers and duties.
  • HB2291: Electric utilities; costs of modifications to nuclear generation facilities.
  • HB2310: Consumer finance companies; SCC authorized to license out-of-state companies, etc.
  • HB2390: Renewable energy power purchase agreements; expands pilot program, sunset provision.
  • HJ566: Celebrating the life of Harry Gilly Penley.
  • HJ724: Celebrating the life of Leslie Gilliam.
  • HJ926: Commending Boy Scouts of America Troop 301 of Coeburn.
  • HR273: Celebrating the life of William Harrison Bledsoe.
  • HR312: Nominating a person to be elected to the Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission.
  • HR334: Celebrating the life of Sue Ella Boatright-Wells.
  • HR335: Celebrating the life of Ronald Lee Slemp.
  • HR336: Celebrating the life of Arlie Collier, Jr.
  • HR343: Celebrating the life of Bruce Rose.
  • HB39: Court reporters; indigent persons in a civil case.
  • HB41: Thomas Jefferson Scenic Byway Loop; Virginia byway designation.
  • HB52: Structured Settlement Protection Act; amends Act so obligor and issuer may rely on court order.
  • HB64: Transmission of case papers to appellate court, etc.; acceptability of electronic case papers.
  • HB298: Coal tax; limits aggregate amount of credits that may be allocated or claimed for employment, etc.
  • HB299: Virginia Law Officers' Retirement System; conservation officers.
  • HB304: Home service contract providers; SCC authorized to deny an initial application based on its review.
  • HB324: Insurance rates; authority of an insurer to limit decreases.
  • HB412: Aircraft, certain; local regulation.
  • HB413: Fly Wisely Unmanned Aerial Systems Accelerator Authority; created.
  • HB1053: Investor-owned electric utilities; establishment of protocols for energy efficiency programs.
  • HB1124: Consumer finance companies; regulation of companies.
  • HB1153: Retired judges; temporary recall, persons retired under Virginia Retirement System.
  • HB1215: Health insurance; programs for local employees.
  • HJ11: Commending Lucindy Lawson.
  • HJ214: Commending the Virginia Natural Heritage Program.
  • HJ232: Commending Lets Fly Wisely.
  • HR4: Commending the Central High School girls' basketball team.
  • HR5: Commending McGee Grocery Store.
  • HR31: Celebrating the life of Richard Langley Settle, Jr.
  • HR84: State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • HR85: Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • HR226: Celebrating the life of Sergeant John R. Riddle, USA.
  • HB461: Coalbed methane gas; release of funds held in escrow or suspense.
  • HB629: Motor vehicle insurance; underinsured coverage.
  • HB633: Local fiscal impact bills; first day introduction.
  • HB1059: Electric utility regulation; recovery of certain generation facility costs, etc.
  • HB1228: Electric utility regulation; recovery of distribution system costs.
  • HB1819: Motor vehicle accidents; underinsured motorist claims, settlement procedures, subrogation.
  • HB1857: Weber City, Town of; amending charter, extends terms of council members, mayor, etc.
  • HB1865: Local fiscal impact bills; first day introduction.
  • HB1878: Stock corporations and nonstock corporations; procedures.
  • HB1879: Coalfield employment enhancement; coal tax credits.
  • HB1880: Workers' compensation; financing Uninsured Employer's Fund.
  • HB2053: Motion pictures; modifies income tax credit.
  • HB2058: Coalbed methane gas; release of funds held in escrow or suspense.
  • HB2061: Circuit court; electronic filing in civil proceedings.
  • HB2063: Telemedicine services; provision of health care services.
  • HB2274: Electric utilities; cost recovery.
  • HB2313: Virginia Racing Commission; simulcast horse racing, allocations.
  • HB2316: Southwest Virginia Health Authority; review and approval of proposed cooperative agreements.
  • HB2330: Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission; created, financial viability & feasibility.
  • HJ608: Environmental Protection Agency emissions guidelines; opposition.
  • HJ705: Commending the Gate City High School volleyball team.
  • HJ719: NASA's Wallops Flight Facility; NASA to conduct an environmental impact study.
  • HR285: Commending Lee Health & Rehab Center.
  • HR286: Commending the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
  • HB455: Southwest Virginia Health Authority; expands Authority to include Counties of Smyth and Washington.
  • HB456: Workers' compensation; civil penalty for failure to make required reports, collection costs.
  • HB457: Workers' compensation; rejection of coverage by executive officer.
  • HB458: Workers' compensation; civil penalties, collection costs.
  • HB459: Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; vacancies.
  • HB460: Income tax; motion picture production credit.
  • HB461: Coalbed methane gas; release of funds held in escrow or suspense.
  • HB628: Hospital authorities; counties shall have same powers with regard to authority.
  • HB629: Motor vehicle insurance; underinsured coverage.
  • HB630: Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; filing of documents or materials.
  • HB631: Insurance contracts; principle-based reserve basis, use of valuation manual.
  • HB632: Elections; substitution of officers of election.
  • HB633: Local fiscal impact bills; first day introduction.
  • HB634: Annuity contracts; interest on proceeds.
  • HB1016: Health insurance; program for local school board employees.
  • HB1017: Workers' compensation; cost and payment for medical services.
  • HB1018: Appellate proceedings; audio and audio-visual records, circuit court opinions, fees.
  • HB1019: Divorce; affidavit in support.
  • HB1020: Income tax, state; credit for disabled military veterans.
  • HB1021: Income tax, state; military retirement pay subtraction.
  • HB1022: Certificate of public need; Commissioner of Health to accept and review.
  • HB1023: Smoking in motor vehicles; presence of minor under age eight, civil penalty.
  • HB1057: Benefits consortium; exemption and exclusions.
  • HB1058: Workers' compensation; payments for medical services, liability of employer.
  • HB1059: Electric utility regulation; recovery of certain generation facility costs, etc.
  • HB1060: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; appointment of chief executive officer.
  • HB1228: Electric utility regulation; recovery of distribution system costs.
  • HJ52: Celebrating the life of Master Sergeant Roy E. Head.
  • HJ53: Celebrating the life Corporal William Ray Sluss.
  • HJ55: Commending the Gate City High School volleyball team.
  • HJ56: Commending Jerry Hall.
  • HJ57: Selenium; Department of Environmental Quality to review toxicity to aquatic life.
  • HJ109: Commending Barter Theater.
  • HJ269: Celebrating the life of Dr. Michael G. Basham.
  • HJ270: Commending People, Inc.
  • HJ5013: Commending Ginger Bartlett.
  • HJ5014: Commending Project Lake Fleming.
  • HJ5017: Commending the Central High School girls' basketball team.
  • HJ5128: Commending Abby Leonard.
  • HJ5143: Commending the Gate City High School girls' tennis team.
  • HR78: State Corporation Commission; nominating a person to be elected.
  • HR79: Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; nominating a person to be elected.
  • HR113: Commending Wise County and Norton City Public Schools.
  • HR129: Commending the Virginia Commercial Space Flight Authority.
  • HR544: Commending Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company, Incorporated, of Norton.
  • HB129: Electric utilities; purchases from net metering sellers.
  • HB130: Income tax, state; military retirement pay subtraction.
  • HB131: Income tax, state; tax credit for disabled military veterans.
  • HB709: Motor vehicle insurance; medical expense benefits, assignments.
  • HB1234: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; appointment of executive director.
  • HB1652: Electronic filing in civil proceedings; certain circuit court clerks may charge an additional fee.
  • HB1654: Circuit court clerk; submission of trial court record in electronic form to appellate court.
  • HB1655: Motor vehicle insurance; assignment of medical expense benefits to assignor's health care provider.
  • HB1656: Workers' Compensation Commission; location of offices.
  • HB1676: Service of process; in order to be timely, must be made within six months from commencement.
  • HB1769: Health insurance; SCC, et al., to perform plan management functions, review of premium rates.
  • HB1771: Gas severance taxes, local; validation of coal & gas severance tax & road improvement tax ordinance.
  • HB1784: Accident and sickness insurance; individual open enrollment program.
  • HB1785: RS & UT; revenue dedicated for public facility in Town of Wise.
  • HB1816: Methamphetamine manufactory; penalty for allowing minor under age 15, etc., to be present.
  • HB2091: Magistrates; supervision by Executive Secretary of the Supreme Court of Virginia.
  • HB2100: Coal severance taxes, local; establishes gross income for certain purposes. Emergency.
  • HB2104: Banks; derivative transactions.
  • HB2160: Virginia Workers' compensation; limitations period and balance billing.
  • HB2261: Investor-owned electric utilities; electric utility ratemaking. Emergency.
  • HJ680: Commending Powell Valley National Bank.
  • HJ681: Commending Mountain States Health Alliance.
  • HJ682: Commending Stacy Ervin.
  • HJ686: Commending Lonesome Pine Arts and Crafts, Incorporated.
  • HJ971: Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; election of member.
  • HR220: Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • HB17: Search warrant affidavits; allows for electronic filing by means other than electronic facsimile.
  • HB18: Space flight entities; transfer of certain revenue to Va. Commercial Space Flight Authority, etc.
  • HB19: Income tax, state; deduction for certain purchases from space flight entities.
  • HB125: Uniform Power of Attorney Act; liability of agent, penalty.
  • HB126: Affidavits; use in no-fault divorce cases.
  • HB127: Property and casualty insurance policies; forms and endorsements.
  • HB128: Workers' compensation; records referring to accidents, etc., available for file match program.
  • HB129: Electric utilities; purchases from net metering sellers.
  • HB130: Income tax, state; military retirement pay subtraction.
  • HB131: Income tax, state; tax credit for disabled military veterans.
  • HB132: Affidavits; allows for electronic filing of search warrant.
  • HB133: Insurance information; posting on insurer's website.
  • HB134: Court distributions; dollar limits.
  • HB135: Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families, State Executive Council for; membership.
  • HB136: Drug treatment courts; established in Counties of Buchanan, Dickenson, Goochland, etc.
  • HB708: Bank-owned real estate; repeals provision that limits period that banks may hold.
  • HB709: Motor vehicle insurance; medical expense benefits, assignments.
  • HB710: Coal mining; right to use shell, void opened underground, etc., created by removal of coal.
  • HB711: Nursing education programs; due process procedures.
  • HB712: Coal severance tax; codifies manner in which it is calculated.
  • HB713: Power of attorney; embezzlement by agent, penalty.
  • HB714: Major business facility job tax credit; extends time credit may be taken over a two-year period.
  • HB715: Health plan, State; makes changes to appeals process for complaints.
  • HB716: Auxiliary police officers; training standards.
  • HB717: Methamphetamine manufactory; allowing child to be present, penalty.
  • HB718: Juveniles; transfer and trial as adults charged with certain offenses.
  • HB1233: License tax, local; ordinances for severance oil, coal, or gas from earth, report.
  • HB1234: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; appointment of executive director.
  • HJ195: Celebrating the life of Betty Louise Jones Gilliam.
  • HJ234: Commending John Herschel Glenn, Jr.
  • HJ235: Commending Virginia R. Diamond.
  • HJ237: Commending Elizabeth Coakley.
  • HJ267: Celebrating the life of Jim 'Coach' Riggs.
  • HJ271: Commending Marilyn Pace Maxwell.
  • HJ346: Celebrating the life of Jay Dixon.
  • HJ407: Celebrating the life of David J. Prior.
  • HJ411: Commending Tiana Dockery.
  • HJ5015: Celebrating the life of Joe Darrell Meade.
  • HJ5016: Celebrating the life of Michael Allen Jenkins.
  • HR621: Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • HB89: Virginia Wind Underwriting Association; created.
  • HB245: Gate City, Town of; Transportation Board to allow provision of access roads.
  • HB1585: Child support; court shall make a determination and enter an order containing such determination.
  • HB1586: Insurance policies; exemptions of large commercial risks.
  • HB1982: Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; criteria for grants or loans from Fund.
  • HB1983: Net energy metering program; SCC shall approve a supplier's proposed standby charge methodology.
  • HB1984: Child welfare; placement of children.
  • HB1985: Underinsured motorist; insurance coverage.
  • HB1986: Charter; Town of Weber City.
  • HB1987: Methamphetamines; possession of certain substances with intent to manufacture, penalty.
  • HB1988: Property conveyances; broadens statutory for ownership of space opened underground by coal removal.
  • HB2392: Risk management plan; local participation.
  • HB2431: Drug treatment courts; established in Counties of Buchanan, Dickenson, Russell, etc.
  • HB2434: Health benefits exchange; intent to develop.
  • HB2487: Naturopaths; Board of Medicine to license and regulate.
  • HB2488: Claims; Carol Arwood Rivers.
  • HJ124: Medical care; Joint Commission on Health Care to study access thereto in rural Southwest Virginia.
  • HJ630: Commending Alfred W. Gross.
  • HJ635: PPACA; Joint Commission on Health Care to study implementation of insurance provisions thereof.
  • HJ714: Commending the Gate City High School football team.
  • HJ731: Commending James Bernard Scott.
  • HJ930: Celebrating the life of Darrell Patton Dougherty.
  • HR45: Commending Virginia National Guard 1030th Transportation Battalion, 329th Regional Support Group.
  • HB6: Charter; Town of Duffield.
  • HB21: Space flight liability and immunity; repeals sunset provision.
  • HB88: Electric utility service; cooperative to install & operate prepaid metering equipment upon request.
  • HB89: Virginia Wind Underwriting Association; created.
  • HB90: Circuit courts; clerks within 30th Judicial Circuit to establish electronic filing in civil actions.
  • HB91: Retirement System; creditable compensation of teachers.
  • HB92: Renewable energy certificates; tariff filed by cooperative for electric energy.
  • HB93: Uninsured motorist insurance; liability insurer relieved of costs of defending owner in claim.
  • HB126: Judges; increases mandatory retirement age.
  • HB127: Overweight permits; makes carriers of coal, etc., responsible for obtaining.
  • HB245: Gate City, Town of; Transportation Board to allow provision of access roads.
  • HB247: Involuntary commitment order; reduces length of time a person can appeal to circuit court.
  • HB248: Psychiatric treatment; revises Psychiatric Inpatient Treatment of Minors Act.
  • HB624: Major business facility job tax credit; business that creates at least 50 qualified full-time jobs.
  • HB625: Real Estate Board; waive broker education requirement for certain applicants.
  • HB626: Tobacco products tax; moist snuff tax shall be computed based on net weight listed by manufacturer.
  • HB627: Cultural heritage sites; Director of DCR to establish directory of historical facilities and sites.
  • HB628: Electric transmission lines; amends existing provisions related to undergrounding of certain lines.
  • HB629: Successor corporations; applicability of limitations on asbestos-related liabilities.
  • HB974: Circuit court clerks' offices; makes technical changes in handling of electronic or digital filing.
  • HB1072: Mining; ownership of underground void.
  • HB1073: Tobacco Indemnification & Community Revitalization Commission; proprietary record disclosed thereto.
  • HB1074: Motor vehicle insurance; consideration of driving record.
  • HB1075: Motor vehicle insurance; premiums based on credit information.
  • HB1300: Air Pollution Control Board; regulations under the Clean Air Interstate Rule.
  • HB1327: Bristol Virginia Utilities (BVU) Authority; created.
  • HB1344: Coalbed methane gas; Gas & Oil Board to order arbitration to resolve conflicting claim of ownership.
  • HJ15: Celebrating the life of Robert Carson Wininger.
  • HJ94: Health care and health care professionals; DHP to study access thereto in Southwest Virginia.
  • HJ124: Medical care; Joint Commission on Health Care to study access thereto in rural Southwest Virginia.
  • HJ239: Celebrating the life of Samuel Morgan Church, Jr.
  • HJ245: Commending the Wise County and City of Norton Bar Association and the Clerk of Circuit Court for Wis
  • HR13: State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • HR14: Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • HR21: Commending the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport
  • HB784: Naturopathic doctors; licensure requirements for practice.
  • HB1632: Retirement System; adds full-time employees of Va. Municipal League & Va. Association of Counties.
  • HB1668: Garnishment; exemption for parent who supports dependent child or children residing with him.
  • HB1761: Security for Public Deposits Act; establish guidleines to permit banks to withdraw from procedures.
  • HB1762: Successor corporations; asbestos-related liability.
  • HB1818: Judges; increases mandatory retirement age from age 70 to age 75.
  • HB1819: Electric rates; any distribution electric cooperative may, without SCC approval, make adjustment.
  • HB1820: Naturopathy; establishes licensure requirements for practice thereof.
  • HB2259: Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure of information.
  • HB2260: Claims; Botswanna Imani.
  • HB2261: Consumer Protection Act; foreclosure rescues.
  • HB2262: Mortgage Lender and Broker Act; authorizes SCC to request Attorney General to investigate violation.
  • HB2263: Animal control officers; moves oversight & governance thereof to Dept. of Criminal Justice Services.
  • HB2313: Illegal software, ticket sales; penalty.
  • HB2531: Electricity; SCC to conduct proceeding to determine appropriate energy conservation, etc.
  • HB2645: Tobacco products tax; changes tax on moist snuff.
  • HJ758: Commending the Gate City High School girls' volleyball team.
  • HJ759: Commending the 1032nd Transportation Company, Virginia Army National Guard, based in Gate City.
  • HJ931: Commending the Remote Area Medical Volunteer Corps on the occasion of its 10th anniversary.
  • HJ932: Commending the Virginia Economic Bridge on the occasion of its 20th anniversary.
  • HR52: State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • HR53: Commemorating the 30th anniversary of the enactment of the Underground Utility Damage Prev. Act.
  • HR507: Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • HB106: Utility Transfers Act; acquisition or disposal of assets or of control of telephone companies.
  • HB142: Successor Asbestos-Related Liability Fairness Act; created.
  • HB143: Medical bills and charges; patient, patient's attorney, etc. may obtain list at no cost.
  • HB144: Coal trucks, overweight; permit not valid for distance more than 85 miles from railroad, etc.
  • HB145: Medical records; fees for copying.
  • HB146: Disabled veteran; redefines term to govern eligibility to obtain special license plates.
  • HB170: Income tax, corporate; sales tax exemption for space flight entities.
  • HB171: Resources Authority; authorized to finance energy conservation and energy efficiency projects.
  • HB172: Insurance liability; disclosure of limits prior to filing a lawsuit.
  • HB218: Notaries public; clarifies provisions relating to adoption of electronic notarization, etc.
  • HB219: Retail Sales and Use Tax; Energy Star products tax holiday.
  • HB220: Admissions tax; authorizes Scott County to impose.
  • HB221: Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; duty of landlord and managing agent for visible mold.
  • HB222: Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Act; right to confront and cross-examine witnesses.
  • HB287: Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers.
  • HB778: Recordation of deeds; required to be filed within 120 days of transaction.
  • HB779: Illegal aliens; presumption of no bail for those charged with certain crimes.
  • HB780: Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act; reorganizes provisions.
  • HB781: Southwest Virginia Cultural Heritage Commission, created.
  • HB782: Mental health records; disclosure, etc.
  • HB783: Judges; increases mandatory retirement age.
  • HB784: Naturopathic doctors; licensure requirements for practice.
  • HB830: Sex offender; affidavit as evidence when failure to register.
  • HB1106: Circuit court clerks; clarifies issues regarding electronic filing & recording of land records, etc.
  • HB1412: Railroad corporations; prohibits foreign control without approval of State Corporation Commission.
  • HB1480: Deputy sheriffs; locality allow those injured to use accrued leave to supplement workers' comp.
  • HB1498: Nursing home or facility beds; Health Commissioner may accept and issue applications therefor.
  • HB1499: Legal aid services; increases fees collected by court therefor.
  • HJ52: Circuit Court Clerks' Offices, Joint Subcommittee Studying Operations of; continued.
  • HJ147: V-Prize Foundation; commending and encouraging the Space Transportation Office to study.
  • HJ244: Commending Elk Knob Elementary School.
  • HJ340: Commending Rebecca Pepin.
  • HJ385: Celebrating the life of Carl Gladstone Peterson.
  • HJ412: Commending the Tennessee Valley Authority.
  • HR507: Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • HB1514: Motor Vehicle Equity Loans Act; created.
  • HB1657: Banks; financial activities.
  • HB1692: Home Energy Assistance Program; reduces frequency of required reports.
  • HB1715: Garbage; increases fine for dumping into state waters.
  • HB1755: Utility Transfers Act; telephone companies.
  • HB1756: Law Officers' Retirement Sys.; adds Dept. of Juvenile Justice probation and parole officers.
  • HB1757: Judges; residency requirement.
  • HB1758: Obstructing or contaminating state waters; increases penalty therefor.
  • HB1759: Minors; penalty for carnal knowledge of certain.
  • HB1760: VDOT; consolidation of maintenance facilities.
  • HB1786: Solid waste; nonprofit organization to receive proceeds from civil action brought for improper disp.
  • HB1787: Public officials, etc.; civil immunity from lawsuit by probationers assigned to recycling duty.
  • HB1788: Medical records; no fee for itemized list of charges.
  • HB1789: Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; landlord and managing agent immunity for mold claims.
  • HB1840: Lead-based paint; landlord or property owner to notify tenant in writing that report is available.
  • HB1841: Statutory rape; provides penalty therefor.
  • HB1842: Littering; dumping or disposing of trash from motor vehicle.
  • HB2000: Motor vehicle equity loans; establish system for licensing & regulating revolving lines of credit.
  • HB2001: Life insurance; clarifies provisions addressing when a trustee has an insurable interest therein.
  • HB2002: Bank account balances of deceased persons; increases amount bank may distribute to distributee, etc.
  • HB2003: Law-enforcement personnel; to provide fire/rescue officer at accident scene DMV vehicle information.
  • HB2142: Limited partnerships and partnerships; prohibits transaction of business thereas unless registered.
  • HB2143: State parks; reduces penalty for violating regulations.
  • HB2144: Judgments; establishes procedure for satisfaction thereof in general district court.
  • HB2417: Enterprise zones; decreases percentage real property investment grants may be awarded.
  • HB2418: Freedom of Information Act; exemption for persons designated to carry out execution.
  • HB2419: Judicial officer; requires leave of court for party in litigation to subpoena to appear.
  • HB2420: Retirement System; benefits for certain state and local public safety officers.
  • HB2952: Medical records; fees for copying.
  • HB3126: Nonresident motor vehicle operator; service of process on Commissioner of DMV as agent.
  • HB3127: Nonresident; when personal jurisdiction may be exercised.
  • HB3128: Admissions tax; authorizes Scott County to impose to any off-track horse race wagering facility.
  • HB3184: Space Flight Liability and Immunity Act; civil immunity for space flight entities.
  • HJ621: Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport; joint subcommittee to study development and utilization thereof.
  • HJ774: Mental health services for children; DMHMRSAS responsible for planning and delivery thereof.
  • HB96: Coalfield employment enhancement tax credit; extends sunset provision.
  • HB124: Farm produce; allows farmers to sell if they meet certain conditions, penalty.
  • HB126: Juvenile detention hearings; judge may designate courthouse where to be held.
  • HB127: Court-appointed counsel; written request for compensation.
  • HB192: Retirement benefits; exemption of certain from creditor process.
  • HB193: Deposit accounts and certificates of deposit; statute of limitations.
  • HB194: Real estate; special commissioner to sell property, etc., to make tax sales less costly.
  • HB195: Industrial loan companies; certain provisions for those out-of-state.
  • HB242: Admissions tax; authorizes Scott County to impose on any off-track horse race wagering facility.
  • HB359: Credit life insurance; age restrictions.
  • HB360: Bankers' banks; authorized to accept deposits from and make loans to certain banks and individuals.
  • HB441: Fiduciaries; clarifies presumption of prudence in investing & extends same to custodians & trustees.
  • HB442: Coalfield employment enhancement tax credit; eliminates restriction.
  • HB881: Cable service; establishes franchising procedures.
  • HB887: Mergers and reinstatements; provides exceptions to requirements therefor.
  • HB888: Subpoenas; those for witnesses or documents to be authorized by judge.
  • HB889: Lead-based paint maintenance; immunity from liability statute.
  • HB1040: Methamphetamine precursor drugs; sale of ephedrine and pseudoephedrine with restrictions, penalty.
  • HB1041: Health maintenance organizations; Medicaid coverage.
  • HB1042: Involuntary manslaughter; causing death of another while engaging in vehicle race.
  • HB1043: Coal; tax credits for production and use.
  • HB1044: Health maintenance organizations; exempts from filing statements of covered & uncovered expenses.
  • HB1458: FOIA; record exemption for Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission.
  • HB1459: Higher educational institutions; tuition lock certificate program.
  • HB1514: Motor Vehicle Equity Loans Act; created.
  • HB1515: Rural Addition Program; funds allocated to certain counties.
  • HB5057: Transportation Bond Act of 2007; created.
  • HJ115: Sex offenders; Crime Commission to study need for additional institutional programming.
  • HJ116: Animal control officers; Crime Commission to study need for regulation, training, etc. thereof.
  • HJ280: Celebrating the life of Christopher Todd Ratliff.
  • HJ283: Commending Joseph C. Smiddy.
  • HJ284: Commending Carroll W. Dale.
  • HJ5015: Commending the Gate City High School girls' basketball team.