Schedule for 01/20/2022

The Day’s Calendar

Half an hour after the House adjourns House Committee Room, Pocahontas Building House Commerce and Energy

Half an hour after the House adjourns House Room 3, The Capitol House General Laws

Half an hour after the House adjourns House Room 3, The Capitol House General Laws - Subcommittee #2

Half an hour after the House adjourns Subcommittee Room #2, 5th Floor, Pocahontas Building Senate Education and Health - Public Education Subcommittee

Fifteen minutes after the House adjourns Senate Room 3, The Capitol Senate Transportation

7:00 AM 200 Legislative Sportman's Caucus

7:30 AM House Committee Room, Pocahontas Building House Health, Welfare and Institutions - Subcommittee #2

7:30 AM 6th Floor Speaker's Conference Room, Pocahontas Building House Counties, Cities and Towns - Subcommittee #2

7:30 AM House Room 1, the Capitol House Public Safety - Subcommittee #2

8:00 AM Senate Room 3, The Capitol Senate Education and Health

8:00 AM Senate Room A, Pocahontas Building Senate Education and Health

8:30 AM House Committee Room, Pocahontas Buiulding House Health, Welfare and Institutions

8:30 AM House Committee Room, Pocahontas Building House Health, Welfare and Institutions

8:30 AM House Committee Room, Pocahontas Building House Health, Welfare and Institutions - Subcommittee #2

9:00 AM Virtual Meeting Animal Welfare Caucus

9:00 AM House Room 3, The Capitol House Transportation

9:00 AM Subcommittee Room #1, 5th Floor, Pocahontas Building Senate Rehabilitation and Social Services - ABC Subcommittee

11:00 AM House Room 1, The Capitol House Republican Caucus

11:00 AM House Room 2, The Capitol House Democratic Caucus

11:30 AM Senate Room 1, The Capitol Senate Democratic Caucus

11:30 AM Senate Room 2, The Capitol Senate Republican Caucus

12:00 PM House Chamber, The Capitol House Convenes

12:00 PM Senate Chamber, The Capitol Senate Convenes

2:00 PM House Room 3, The Capitol House General Laws - Subcommittee #2

2:00 PM House Room 3, The Capitol House General Laws - Subcommittee #1

2:15 PM House Committee Room, Pocahontas Building House Commerce and Energy - Subcommittee #2

3:00 PM Subcommittee Room #1, 5th Floor, Pocahontas Building Senate Finance and Appropriations - K-12 Education Subcommittee

4:00 PM House Room 2, The Capitol House Public Safety

4:00 PM Shared Committee Room B, Pocahontas Building (Hearing Budget Amendments for Non Senate Finance and Appropriations

4:00 PM 6th Floor Speaker's Conference Room, Pocahontas Building House Appropriations - Compensation and Retirement Subcommittee

4:00 PM House Room 2, The Capitol House Public Safety - Subcommittee #1

5:00 PM Senate Subcommittee Room #2, 5th Floor, Pocahontas Building Rural Caucus

Legislation Scheduled for Hearings

Senate Education and Health (8:30 AM)
# Title
SB55 Death certificates; State Registrar to amend certificates after receiving corrected information.
SB68 Provisional teacher licensure; teachers licensed or certified outside of the United States.
SB73 COVID-19; prescriptions for hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin for treatment.
SB78 Driver education programs; parent/student driver education component.
SB84 New College Institute; noncredit workforce training.
SB100 Licensed programs, DBHDS; cardiopulmonary resuscitation for program participants.
SB154 Teachers; licensure by reciprocity for military spouses, timeline for determination.
SB171 Harmful algal bloom mitigation; Department of Health to develop and implement a plan.
SB193 Child day programs; licensure, accredited private schools.
SB231 Individuals w/developmental disabilities; DMAS to amend waivers providing services, regulation, etc.
SB241 Renal Disease Council; created, report.
SB243 End Stage Renal Disease Patient Navigator Network; established.
SB256 Virginia National Guard; Dept. of Military Affairs may utilize grant funding to recruit.
SB260 H-2B employer-provided housing; registry.
SB276 School boards; unexpended local funds for capital projects.
SB300 Opioids; providers of treatment for addiction, conditions for initial licensure, location.
SB317 Out-of-state health care practitioners; temporary authorization to practice.
SB369 Public health emergency; out-of-state licenses, deemed licensure.
SB376 Prescription Drug Affordability Board; established, drug cost affordability review, report.
SB420 Get Skilled, Get a Job, Give Back (G3) Program; higher education centers.
SB421 Libraries and education services; obsolete provisions.
SB426 Medical assistance services; state plan, remote patient monitoring.
SB439 Higher educational institutions, nonprofit and public; hazing policies.
SB454 Teacher Training Corps; established, report.
SB471 Literary Fund; open application process for loans, maximum loan amounts, etc., rates of interest.
SB479 Health services; obsolete provisions.
SB595 Nitrile Glove Manufacturing Training Program; established.
SB597 Arts, Va. Commission for the; eliminates Va. Arts Foundation and transfers its powers & fund to Com.
SB611 Get Skilled, Get a Job, Give Back (G3) Program; higher education centers.
SB621 Cannabis products; retail sales by certain pharmaceutical processors.
SB638 Practitioners; completion of education relating to unconscious implicit bias & cultural competency.

Senate Education and Health Committee, Public Education Subcommittee (Half an hour after the House adjourns)
# Title
SB156 Public schools; English language learners.
SB157 Public elementary and secondary schools; competitive compensation for certain positions.
SB178 Public school teachers; probationary term of service, grounds for dismissal, and dismissal hearings.
SB239 STEM+C; included in Standards of Learning.
SB261 Virginia STEM Education Advisory Board; comprehensive review of labor statistics categories.
SB275 Public school libraries; printed and audiovisual materials, selection, evaluation, checkout, etc.
SB285 High school interscholastic athletic competition; prevention of hate speech, etc.
SB356 Children's Services Act; special education programs.
SB574 Child care; background checks for applicants for employment, etc.
SB596 School attendance; 4-H educational programs and activities.
SB598 College partnership laboratory schools; application and establishment.
SB600 School safety audits; law-enforcement officers.

Senate Rehabilitation and Social Services (8:30 AM)
# Title
SB40 Assisted living facilities; involuntary discharge, safeguards for residents.
SB65 Alcoholic beverage control; distiller licenses to allow Internet orders and shipments.
SB165 Jails, local; compensation for cost of incarceration.
SB196 Alcoholic beverage control; tax allocation for funding the Virginia Spirits Promotion Fund, report.
SB254 Alcoholic beverage control; delivery of alcoholic beverages, third-party delivery license.
SB314 Foster care; placement and discharge requirements.
SB325 Alcoholic beverage control; transportation of alcoholic beverages purchased.
SB425 Barrier crimes; eliminates certain crimes from the definition, etc., eliminates current exceptions.
SB435 Children's Services Act; community policy and management teams and family assessment, etc.
SB485 Delinquency Prevention and Youth Development Act; youth services citizen boards, duties, guidelines.
SB527 Alcoholic beverage control; neutral grain spirits or alcohol sold at government stores.
SB547 Virginia Parole Board; monthly reports.
SB577 Children's residential facilities; criminal history background checks.
SB578 Earned sentence credits; repeals four-level classification system for awarding & calculation, etc.
SB619 Alcoholic beverage control; food-to-beverage ratio.
SB622 Recovery residences; disclosure to potential residents that residence is certified.

Senate Rules (10:00 AM)
# Title
SB38 Capitol Square Preservation Council; powers and duties, review and approval of plans for changes.
SB62 School Health Services Committee; established, membership, report, sunset provision.
SB75 Capitol Square and the surrounding area, etc.; carrying a firearm or explosive material within area.
SB151 Slavery & Subsqt. De Jure & De Facto Racial & Econ. Discrimination Against African Americans; study.
SB269 Capitol Square and the surrounding area; carrying firearms, etc., in area.

Senate Transportation (2:00 PM)
# Title
SB32 Overweight vehicle permits; increases maximum extension of existing weight limits.
SB34 Electronic credentials; discretionary fee, up to $10 per year, assessed by DMV for each individual.
SB116 Bicycle operators; failure to stop at a stop sign.
SB246 Law-enforcement officer; purpose of traffic stop.
SB247 Careless driving; vulnerable road users.
SB320 Mini-trucks; definition, use on certain highways.
SB334 Photo speed monitoring devices; localities, locations.
SB342 Transit Ridership Incentive Program; use of funds for reduced-fare or zero-fare transit projects.
SB362 Bicycles and certain other vehicles; riding two abreast.
SB445 Roadways; operation under HCA to operate instead under PPTA.
SB478 Capital Region Airport Commission; authorized to make charitable donations to organizations, etc.