Del. Scott Garrett (R-Lynchburg)

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Party
Republican
District
23: Counties of Amherst (part) and Bedford (part); City of Lynchburg (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2010
Left Office
January 2020
Age
65
Website
tscottgarrett.com
Copatroning Habits
84% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 88% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 70% of them are Republicans.
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These are all of the video clips of Scott Garrett’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2010. There are 145 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB1803: Controlled substances; adds certain chemicals to Schedule I and Schedule II.
  • HB1878: Naloxone; possession and administration by regional jail employees.
  • HB2008: Energy career cluster; Department of Education, et al., to establish, report.
  • HB2374: Real property; validity of long-term lease.
  • HB2487: Motor vehicle dealers; definitions.
  • HB2798: All-Payer Claims Database; penalty.
  • HB2800: Highways, Commissioner of; report on operation of overweight trucks on highways.
  • HJ863: Commending the Heritage High School football team.
  • HJ989: Commending Horizon Behavioral Health.
  • HJ1072: Commending Bloom by Doyle's.
  • HJ1120: Commending Johnson's Orchards.
  • HR409: Celebrating the life of Shirley Cox Warren Hale.
  • HB1194: Schedule I controlled substances; adds various drugs to list.
  • HB1197: Stroke care; Department of Health shall be responsible for quality improvement initiatives.
  • HB1198: Stroke centers, certified; designation of hospitals.
  • HB1276: VDOT; review of enrollment in federal pilot program or project.
  • HB1277: Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; sharing and dissemination of data.
  • HB1303: Prescribing controlled substances; veterinarian-client-patient relationship.
  • HB1421: Central Virginia Training Center; closure prohibited.
  • HB1440: Schedule I and Schedule II drugs; adds various drugs to lists.
  • HJ184: Commending idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis researchers and clinicians in Virginia.
  • HR173: Celebrating the life of Kermit Marshall Cook.
  • HR202: Commending CSE, Inc.
  • HB1426: Emergency custody or involuntary admission process; alternative transportation model.
  • HB1505: Perpetual care trust funds; method of distribution.
  • HB1610: Drug Control Act; Schedule I.
  • HB1767: Telemedicine, practice of; prescribing controlled substances.
  • HB1768: Virginia Retirement System; stress testing and reporting policies.
  • HB2415: Ballots; number ordered to be printed.
  • HB2457: Health and Human Resources Secretariat; agencies of Secretariat shall share data, records, etc.
  • HJ744: World Voice Day.
  • HJ923: Commending Central Virginia Community College.
  • HB356: Tanning facilities; prohibits use by persons under age 18.
  • HB504: Nurse aide; renewal of certification.
  • HB654: Alcoholic beverage control; distribution of liter tax on cider produced by farm wineries.
  • HB738: Registered surgical technologists and surgical assistants; extends registration deadline.
  • HB1077: Drug Control Act; adds certain chemical substances to Schedule I.
  • HB1330: Private police departments; successors in interest of an entity.
  • HJ182: Commending Keena Schuler Wood.
  • HJ238: Commending Georgia-Pacific Big Island Mill.
  • HJ360: Commending Randolph College.
  • HJ462: Commending the Virginia Society of Otolaryngology.
  • HJ481: Commending John Risher, M.D.
  • HB1279: Motor vehicle sales and use tax; expands certain exemption.
  • HB1392: Emergency contact program; DMV may establish.
  • HB1564: Schedule I drugs; adding several substances to list.
  • HB1606: Private police departments; definition.
  • HB1607: Medicolegal death investigators; Chief Medical Examiner may appoint.
  • HB2192: Practitioners of the healing arts; prohibits dispensing controlled substances unless licensed.
  • HB2368: Involuntary civil admissions; evaluations.
  • HJ673: Commending Lynchburg College women's soccer team.
  • HJ757: Celebrating the life of Ralph Schaefer Oglesby.
  • HJ758: Commending Virginia Episcopal School.
  • HJ778: Commending Libby Davidson.
  • HB854: Speed limits; maximum limit on nonsurface-treated highways in certain counties.
  • HB855: Health regulatory boards; reinstatement of licensure.
  • HB1080: Local Mandate Review, Governor's Task Force for; task force to review state mandates.
  • HB1091: Opportunity Educational Institution; supervision of schools.
  • HB1112: Controlled substance analogs; regulation by Board of Pharmacy, synthetic cannabinoids, penalties.
  • HB1129: Physician assistants; possession and administration of topical fluoride varnish.
  • HJ234: Commending the Safe Surfin' Foundation.
  • HJ281: Commending the Virginia Episcopal School varsity football team.
  • HJ298: Commending the Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce.
  • HJ317: Commending the Liberty Christian Academy football team.
  • HJ320: Commending the Lynchburg-based 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team.
  • HJ5164: Commending the Liberty Christian Academy baseball team.
  • HJ5190: Commending the Virginia Episcopal School girls' basketball team.
  • HJ5242: Commending Sedalia Baptist Church.
  • HB505: Income tax, state; increases long-term care insurance credit.
  • HB1194: Farm wineries and vineyards tax credit; raises credit beginning on or after January 1, 2012.
  • HB1561: Local police departments; cooperation agreements with private police departments certified by DCJS.
  • HB1569: Criminal justice training academies; sovereign immunity of trainers certified by DCJS, etc.
  • HB1581: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes nonprofit entities.
  • HB1790: Virginia Nuclear Energy Consortium Authority; established, report.
  • HB1791: Practitioners; suspension or revocation of license, etc., by health regulatory board.
  • HB1806: Methamphetamine; substances used to manufacture.
  • HB1941: Cannabinoids, research chemicals, synthetic; penalties. Emergency.
  • HB2018: Workers' compensation; coverage for trainees at criminal justice training academies.
  • HB2116: Commonwealth Transportation Board, Commissioner of Highways, etc.; powers and duties, report.
  • HB2153: TANF; restrictions on use of cash benefits.
  • HJ598: Public education; recognizing need to tackle problem of hunger in classroom.
  • HJ715: Celebrating the life of Claude Dennis Cash.
  • HB505: Income tax, state; increases long-term care insurance credit.
  • HB506: Surgery; definition and who may perform.
  • HB507: Child abuse; increases reporting period by health care providers on substance exposed infants.
  • HB508: Cannabinoids, synthetic; amends provisions regarding criminalization.
  • HB509: Recordation tax; clarifies tax for deeds of trust is based on value of security interest.
  • HB552: Mental health and developmental services; replaces certain terminology, technical amendments.
  • HB1194: Farm wineries and vineyards tax credit; raises credit beginning on or after January 1, 2012.
  • HJ81: Commending the Jefferson Forest High School boys' soccer team.
  • HJ409: Commending the Greater Lynchburg Community Trust.
  • HJ456: Commending Gleaning For The World.
  • HR569: Commending Ed McCann.
  • HB1050: Income tax, state; increases long-term care insurance tax credit.
  • HB1434: Cannabinoids, synthetic; penalties for transport, possession, sale, or distribution, etc.
  • HB1466: Surgical procedures; registered nurse shall perform circulator duties.
  • HB1574: Mandatory self-identification; failure to identify oneself to law-enforcement officer.
  • HB1837: Income tax, state; farm wineries and vineyards tax credit.
  • HB1838: Motor vehicle dealers; bonding requirements, limitations on Motor Vehicle Transaction Recovery Fund.
  • HB1839: Rehabilitative Services, Department of; powers and duties.
  • HB1840: Income tax, state; increases long-term care insurance tax credit.
  • HB2335: Insurance premiums tax; retaliatory costs tax credit.
  • HB2336: Save Our Sight Fund and Advisory Board; established.
  • HB2337: State agencies; use of certified mail for certain notices.
  • HB2338: Local government; alternative method is to give notice by mail.
  • HB2453: Certificate of public need; addition of nursing facility beds in Planning District 11, etc.
  • HB2528: Motor Vehicles, Department of; vision screening.
  • HJ799: Celebrating the life of Alphonse Stroobants.
  • HJ848: Commending the 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment, 116th Brigade Combat Team.
  • HJ871: Commending Centra Health.
  • HR58: Commending Sam Chelanga.
  • HR60: Celebrating the life of Dr. Charles Henry Sackett.
  • HR61: Commending the Monument Terrace 'Support Our Troops' rallies.
  • HR65: Commending Freedom 4/24.
  • HB1049: Mandatory self-identification; identifying self to law-enforcement officer when lawfully detained.
  • HB1050: Income tax, state; long-term care insurance tax credit.
  • HB1375: Prescription drug benefits; replace obsolete publications from list of standard reference compendia.
  • HJ278: Celebrating the life of William McGarvey Dudley.
  • HJ301: Celebrating the life of Dr. Henry B. Larzelere.
  • HJ356: Celebrating the life of James Blair Bibby.