Del. Bill Fralin (R-Roanoke)

Photo of Bill Fralin
17: Counties of Botetourt (part) and Roanoke (part); City of Roanoke (part)
Took Office
January 2004
Left Office
January 2010
Copatroning Habits
70% of bills he has copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 72% of them are Republicans. Of all of his fellow copatrons of the bills that he copatroned, 64% of them are Republicans.
Recent Mentions in the Media

These are all of the video clips of Bill Fralin’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 31 video clips in all.


  • HB1825: Accreditation status; requires Board to publish annually for each school by August 1.
  • HB1826: Driver's licenses; suspension thereof for minor who has 10 or more unexcused absences from school.
  • HB1827: Retirement System; authority to manage and invest certain funds for postemployment benefits.
  • HB1828: Green roof construction; localities and water authorities to offer rate incentives therefor.
  • HB1829: Health insurance, individual; requires SCC establish, by regulation, etc., for underwriting thereof.
  • HB1830: Setoff Debt Collection Act; allows local governments to collect past due local taxes.
  • HB1831: Recreational Facilities Authority; delays reversion of title to real property to State.
  • HB2088: Rail and Public Transportation, Dept. of, etc.; develop process to evaluate safety issues, etc.
  • HB2089: School boards, local; grievance procedure.
  • HB2090: School calendar; adds to good cause circumstances for which school divisions may be granted waiver.
  • HB2091: Retail Sales and Use Tax; entitlement to revenues.
  • HB2598: Conservation and Recreation, Department of; purchasing certain abandoned railroad rights-of-way.
  • HB2603: Locksmiths; repeals regulation thereof.
  • HB2641: Regional Industrial Facilities Act; allows locality to withdraw from such authority.
  • HB2659: Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; duplex shall be deemed to be one single-family residence.
  • HJ783: Virginia's Rail Heritage Region; established to promote and encourage rail tourism.
  • HJ841: Commending Joe Cotter.
  • HJ842: Commending Voices for Virginia's Children on the occasion of its 15th anniversary.
  • HB147: Transportation Plan; to include regional goals and performance measures for highway districts.
  • HB148: Vehicle weight law enforcement; authorizes enforcement by full-time sworn members of DMV.
  • HB149: Independent living services & arrangements; requires inclusion of plan for children 14 yrs. & older.
  • HB150: School boards, local; safety hotline established.
  • HB254: Licenses, local; issued free of charge to certain vehicles owned by museums.
  • HB255: School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting.
  • HB256: Involuntary outpatient commitment; five day review of compliance.
  • HB257: Sexual predator determination proceedings, violent; court may require empanelment of jury.
  • HB258: Voluntary commitment; acknowledgement as sexually violent predator.
  • HB259: Students; transferring out of a public school.
  • HB260: Abandoned railroad corridors; allows Department of Conservation and Recreation to acquire.
  • HB1131: Children's Ombudsman, Office of; created, report.
  • HB1132: Wine and beer; City of Roanoke can obtain retail on-premises licenses for outdoor amphitheaters.
  • HB1133: Deed of trust or mortgage; reduces time in which one may enforce.
  • HB1134: Campaign contributions; requires PACs to report contributions for election of particular candidate.
  • HB1135: Public schools; student's voluntary expression of a religious viewpoint.
  • HB1137: Green roof incentive programs; Board of Housing & Community Development to develop guidelines.
  • HB1138: Petitioner during civil commitment hearing; representation by an attorney from local State office.
  • HB1139: Involuntary commitment; consideration of preadmission screening report.
  • HB1141: Foster care; independent living services.
  • HB1142: Recreational Facilities Authority; delays reversion of title to real property.
  • HB1143: Foster care; visitation rights for siblings.
  • HB1144: Temporary detention order; magistrate may consider recommendation of examining physician, etc.
  • HB1145: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain works of art.
  • HB1146: Medical records; persons involved in civil commitment process to access.
  • HB1251: Institutions of higher education; notification of mental health treatment.
  • HB1489: Foster care plan; eliminates requirement for child placed out of his home be filed by public agency.
  • HJ57: Celebrating the life of George Robert Preas.
  • HJ58: Celebrating the life of Commander William Boyle Bagbey.
  • HJ59: Celebrating the life of Ann Weinstein.
  • HJ60: Commending the American Red Cross Roanoke Valley Chapter.
  • HB805: Littering from motor vehicle; includes cigarette remnants as litter.
  • HB1733: Campaign signs; right of residential tenant to display.
  • HB1734: Juvenile and domestic relations district court; increasing number of judges in 23rd Jud. District.
  • HB1735: Nonsuits; notice required, dismissal of actions thereby.
  • HB1736: Litter Awareness Fund; created.
  • HB1737: Safety hotline; local school boards to establish.
  • HB1738: Domestic assault warrants; issuance of emergency protective orders.
  • HB1739: Assault and battery; second and third offense against family or household member, penalty.
  • HB1740: University of Virginia; authorizes Bd. of Visitors to invest & manage nongeneral fund reserves, etc.
  • HB1741: Primary or secondary highways; construction and improvement thereof by counties.
  • HB1838: Irrevocable trusts; trustee's duty to inform and report.
  • HB1839: Child Care Provider Registry; created.
  • HB1974: Economic revitalization zone; created.
  • HB1975: Health insurance; mandated coverage for CyberKnife procedures.
  • HB1976: Hotel liability; personal injury claims based on intentional conduct.
  • HB1977: Campaign finance disclosure; surplus inaugural committee funds only used in charitable contribution.
  • HB2148: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes railroad rolling stock when sold by manufacturer.
  • HB2149: Health insurance; policy to state coverage for medical treatments under Medicare Parts A and B.
  • HB2150: Foster care services; term means provision of services to child and his family when needed.
  • HB2618: Real estate tax; localities to tax certain energy-efficient buildings.
  • HB2619: Computer Crimes Act; definition of to include costs of production, etc.
  • HB2620: Community policy and management teams; adds children requiring mental health services.
  • HB2621: Sales and use tax form, certain; Tax Commissioner to revise, report.
  • HB3023: Drug test; use of synthetic urine to defeat.
  • HB3024: Speed limits; analysis of accident and law-enforcement data required before increasing.
  • HB3074: Integrated Directional Signing Program; VDOT to erect attraction signs on interstates.
  • HB3137: Health coverage; expedited review of appeals of final adverse decisions.
  • HJ24: Constitutional amendment; Hwy. Maintenance & Operating Fund, & Transp. Trust Fund, cont. (1st ref.).
  • HJ587: Internet Safety Month; designating as September 2007, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ754: Celebrating the life of Ralph Keister Bowles.
  • HJ935: Celebrating the life of Warren A. Crawford.
  • HR74: Celebrating the life of F. Rodney Fitzpatrick.
  • HB19: Standards of Quality; calculation of high school graduation rates.
  • HB20: Scholastic records; electronic storage thereof.
  • HB21: Victims of crime; notice of court hearings.
  • HB56: Child abuse or neglect; mandatory reporting by eligibility workers; penalty.
  • HB57: Community College System; articulation agreements and transferable credits.
  • HB58: Computers; school resource officers to provide Internet safety instruction to students.
  • HB123: Medical assistance services; mental health services to be developed for at-risk youth.
  • HB796: Uniform Transfer to Minors Act; allows two people to be joint custodian for single minor.
  • HB797: Commissioners of revenue; participation in DMV select program.
  • HB798: Domestic violence victim fund; available to victim in case of emergency.
  • HB799: Sex Offender Registry; automatic notification.
  • HB800: Exhaust systems; limits allowable level of noise emitted from motor vehicle.
  • HB801: Interstate Public-Private Partnership Compact; created.
  • HB802: Income tax, state; toll payment tax credit.
  • HB803: Motor vehicles; impoundment for certain when person driving with suspended or revoked license.
  • HB804: Recreational Facilities Authority; reduces number of members that constitutes quorum.
  • HB805: Littering from motor vehicle; includes cigarette butts as litter.
  • HB806: Foster care; adds provision of care to child & family when identified as needing services.
  • HB807: Testimony; admissibility of opinion by experts.
  • HB808: Teacher staffing ratios; to maintain use teachers may teach courses outside endorsement area.
  • HB809: Primary and secondary highway systems; projects undertaken by counties.
  • HB810: Smart Road; funds involving construction, reconstruction, and improvement thereof.
  • HB811: Self defense; permissible use of deadly force when presumption of fear or death, exception.
  • HB812: Civil cases; removes requirement that plaintiff must post bond to appeal judgment.
  • HB813: Standards of Learning assessments; Board of Education may enact special provisions relating thereto.
  • HB1285: Asbestos or silica; persons exposed to products containing cannot bring civil action, exception.
  • HB1416: Procurement Act, Public; design-build by certain local public bodies.
  • HB1543: Rural Addition Program; funds allocated to any county.
  • HB5089: High-occupancy toll lanes; Transportation Bd. to designate all within NOVA Transportation District.
  • HJ5: Celebrating the life of Jeffrey Leroy Owens.
  • HJ6: Commending Roanoke County Public Schools.
  • HJ7: Commonwealth Coach and Trolley Museum, Inc.; designating as Official Transit Museum.
  • HJ8: Celebrating the life of E. Montgomery Tucker.
  • HJ9: Commending Eugene M. Elliott.
  • HJ10: Commending George Carpenter Snead.
  • HJ19: On the death of Frank Waters Rogers, Jr.
  • HJ24: Constitutional amendment; Hwy. Maintenance & Operating Fund, & Transp. Trust Fund, cont. (1st ref.).
  • HJ110: Commending John A. Crotts.
  • HJ309: Celebrating the life of F. Wiley Hubbell.
  • HJ476: Celebrating the life of Frank Alan Pollard II.
  • HJ5005: Celebrating the life of Alvin Barnett Fink.
  • HJ5064: Celebrating the life of Lewis Franklin Moore, Jr.
  • HJ5066: Celebrating the life of A. Victor Thomas.
  • HJ5135: Designates September in 2006, and in each succeeding year, as Internet Safety Month in Virginia.