Delegate 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 2017
Committees
Commerce and Labor (Chair), Courts of Justice (Chair), Rules
Copatroning Habits
77% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 81% 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
17.4% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
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

Coalfield.com: Local celebs bag for good cause

December 9, 2016
Wise County Commonwealth Attorney Chuck Slemp and staff members, state Del. Terry Kilgore, county sheriff's deputies and Sykes employees helped bag groceries for United Way. slideshow. United Way teamed up with Food City to host the tenth annual ...and more »

WCYB: $20000 in Southwest Va. natural gas royalties remain uncashed

November 18, 2016
A bill introduced by Delegate Terry Kilgore and signed by Governor Terry McAuliffe last year allowed to $29 million sitting in escrow since 1990 to be distributed to land owners or their heirs without a court order. DMME has processed more than $2 ...and more »

The Daily Progress: Opinion/Commentary: Hope, caution for Virginia counties as technological progress, civility sought

November 20, 2016
HOT SPRINGS ? A week after the surprise of an unexpected presidential election outcome, elected leaders from Virginia's 95 counties celebrated some community achievements while also worrying about state revenue shortfalls and worsening civil dialogue ...and more »

WCYB: Next generation of Kilgore's in politics going to GOP Convention as a delegate

July 12, 2016
Next generation of Kilgore's in politics going to GOP Convention as a delegateA 22-year-old from Scott County will represent Southwest Virginia at next week's GOP Convention in Cleveland. Kyle Kilgore is the next generation of Kilgore's in politics. His father is Terry Kilgore, a longtime state delegate. He's among three ...

WCYB: Local state delegate reflects on controversy at Republican National Convention

July 19, 2016
We spoke with Terry Kilgore, a Virginia house delegate from Gate City who is at the convention, about what this means for the party. The purpose of the convention is to nominate the presidential and vice presidential candidates for the party, and to ...and more »

These are all of the video clips of Terry Kilgore’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 223 video clips in all.

Bills

  • 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.