Schedule for 01/24/2022

The Day’s Calendar

Half an hour after the House adjourns Shared Committee Room, Pocahontas Building House Appropriations

Half an hour after the House adjourns House Room 3, The Capitol House Courts of Justice - Subcommittee #1

Half an hour after the House adjourns House Room 1, The Capitol House Courts of Justice - Subcommittee #2

Half an hour after the House adjourns House Committee Room, Pocahontas Building House Finance

Half an hour after the House adjourns House Committee Room, Pocahontas Building House Finance - Subcommittee #2

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

Fifteen minutes after the House adjourns Senate Room A, Pocahontas Building Senate Commerce and Labor

7:00 AM Shared Committe Room, Pocahontas Building House Finance - Subcommittee #1

7:45 AM Senate Room 3, The Capitol Senate Local Government - Subcommittee on Charters

8:00 AM House Committee Room, Pocahontas Building House Education

8:00 AM Senate Room A, Pocahontas Building Senate Judiciary

8:00 AM House Committee Room, Pocahontas Building House Education - Higher Education Subcommittee

9:00 AM Senate Room 3, The Capitol Senate Local Government

10:00 AM House Briefing Room Press Conference: Joint House and Senate Democratic Caucus

10:00 AM House Briefing Room, Pocahontas Building Press Conference: Joint House and Senate Democratic Caucus

10:00 AM Shared Committee Room, Pocahontas Building House Appropriations - General Government and Capital Outlay Subcommittee

10:00 AM House Room 3, The Capitol House Communications, Technology and Innovation

10:00 AM House Room 3, The Capitol House Communications, Technology and Innovation - Technology and Innovation Subcommittee

10:00 AM House Room 3, The Capitol House Communications, Technology and Innovation - Communications Subcommittee

10:30 AM Senate Briefing Room, Pocahontas Building Press Conference: Senator John Bell

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

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

11:00 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

2:15 PM Shared Committee Room, Pocahontas Building House Appropriations - Higher Education Subcommittee

2:25 PM House Room 3, The Capitol House Courts of Justice

2:37 PM Senate Room A, 5th Floor, Pocahontas Building Senate Commerce and Labor - Energy Subcommittee

2:45 PM House Committee Room, Pocahontas Building House Finance - Subcommittee #2

3:00 PM Shared Committee Room, Pocahontas Building House Appropriations - Higher Education Subcommittee

3:41 PM Senate Room A, 5th Floor, Pocahontas Building Senate Commerce and Labor - Energy Subcommittee

4:00 PM House Room 2, The Capitol House Agriculture, Chesapeake and Natural Resources - Chesapeake Subcommittee

4:00 PM Shared Committee Room, Pocahontas Building House Appropriations - Transportation and Public Safety Subcommittee

4:00 PM Subcommittee Room #1, 5th Floor, Pocahontas Building Senate Finance and Appropriations - Health and Human Resources Subcommittee

Legislation Scheduled for Hearings

Senate Local Government Committee, Charters Subcommittee (8:00 AM)
# Title
SB58 Portsmouth, City of; amending charter, city council, noninterference.
SB91 Clarksville, Town of; amending charter, municipal elections.
SB92 Blackstone, Town of; amending charter, updates election provisions.
SB97 Occoquan, Town of; new charter, previous charter repealed except section 2.
SB99 Grottoes, Town of; new charter, previous charter repealed.
SB164 Appomattox, Town of; amending charter, election and appointment of officers.
SB182 Falls Church, City of; amending charter, qualifications of members of boards and commissions.
SB253 Hampton, City of; amending charter, election of mayor.
SB274 Virginia Beach, City of; amending charter, expands board of equalization.
SB322 The Plains, Town of; amending charter, election dates and terms of offices.

Senate Commerce and Labor (Half an hour after the House adjourns)
# Title
SB181 Workers' compensation; presumption as to death or disability from COVID-19, vaccine.
SB189 Employer-mandated vaccinations for COVID-19; discrimination prohibited, civil penalties.
SB195 Group health benefit plans; sponsoring associations, formation of benefits consortium, definitions.
SB204 Health care provider panels; vertically integrated carriers, reimbursements to providers.
SB226 Workers' compensation; notice to employees.
SB289 Workers' compensation; anxiety disorder or depressive disorder incurred by law-enforcement, etc.
SB311 Real property; duty to disclose ownership interest and lis pendens.
SB321 Health insurance; definition of autism spectrum disorder.
SB335 Health insurance; association health plan for real estate salespersons.
SB338 Commonwealth Health Reinsurance Program; federal risk adjustment program.
SB344 Health insurance; coverage for donated human breast milk, effective date.
SB351 Workers' compensation; permanent and total incapacity, subsequent accident.
SB374 Project labor agreements; prevailing wage, collective bargaining for employees of local gov'ts, etc.
SB376 Prescription Drug Affordability Board; established, drug cost affordability review, report.
SB397 Health insurance; association health plan for real estate salespersons.
SB405 Health insurance; coverage for prosthetic devices and components.
SB407 Disability insurance; disability arising out of childbirth.
SB422 Health insurance; tobacco surcharge.
SB427 Health insurance; provider credentialing, receipt of application.
SB433 Health insurance; calculation of enrollee's contribution, high deductible health plan.
SB434 Health insurance; coverage for mental health and substance use disorders, report.
SB449 Qualified health plans; state-mandated health benefits.
SB469 Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; annual marketing plan.
SB549 Group health benefit plans; bona fide associations, benefits consortium.

Senate Education and Health (8:30 AM)
# Title
SB2 School principals; incident reports.
SB20 Transgender students; treatment, model policies.
SB36 School principals; incident reports, written threats against school personnel, etc.
SB46 Emergency and quarantine orders, certain; additional procedural requirements.
SB72 Virginia Museum of Transportation; established, report.
SB86 Outdoor motorsports facilities; regulations regarding sanitary facility requirements.
SB119 Involuntary temporary detention; disclosure of health records.
SB125 Public schools; regional charter school divisions.
SB130 Public health emergency; hospital or nursing home, addition of beds.
SB156 Public schools; English language learners.
SB157 Public elementary and secondary schools; competitive compensation for certain positions.
SB159 Higher educational institutions, public; debt collection, transcripts and degrees.
SB169 Practical nurses, licensed; authority to pronounce death for a patient in hospice, etc.
SB170 Statewide Telehealth Plan; emergency services coordination.
SB176 Emergency custody and temporary detention; transportation of person when transfer of custody.
SB178 Public school teachers; probationary term of service, grounds for dismissal, and dismissal hearings.
SB192 Health director, local; qualifications.
SB201 Hospitals; financial assistance for uninsured patient, payment plans.
SB202 Alternative custody arrangements; options to increase use for certain individuals.
SB205 Certificate of public need; expedited review process for certain projects.
SB223 Intercollegiate athletics; student-athletes, compensation and representation for name, image, etc.
SB239 STEM+C; included in Standards of Learning.
SB243 End Stage Renal Disease Patient Navigator Network; established.
SB245 Public hospitals; medical debt collection practices.
SB261 Virginia STEM Education Advisory Board; comprehensive review of labor statistics categories.
SB265 Children who are deaf or hard of hearing; language development, assessment resources.
SB268 Emergency custody and temporary detention; transportation, transfer of custody, alternative custody.
SB275 Public school libraries; printed and audiovisual materials, selection, evaluation, checkout, etc.
SB285 High school interscholastic athletic competition; prevention of hate speech, etc.
SB287 School principals; incident reports.
SB293 Certificate of public need; conditions related to inpatient psychiatric services and facilities.
SB336 Certificate of public need; nursing homes, charity care.
SB340 Freestanding emergency departments; Bd. of Health to promulgate regulations related to departments.
SB350 Health records; patient's right to disclosure.
SB356 Children's Services Act; special education programs.
SB361 Marcus alert system; participation in the system is optional for localities, etc.
SB373 Emergency custody; magistrate may extend custody order, medical testing, observation, or treatment.
SB375 Optometrists; allowed to perform laser surgery if certified by Board of Optometry.
SB384 Statewide Learning Management System; established.
SB395 Roanoke Higher Education Authority; board of trustees, membership.
SB406 Nursing homes & certified nursing facilities; minimum staffing standards, administrative sanctions.
SB414 Nurse practitioners; patient care team physician supervision capacity increased.
SB415 School boards; employment of at least one school resource officer in elementary & secondary schools.
SB429 DBHDS and VSP; development of mental health and public safety mobile applications.
SB430 Education, Department of; assessing individual student growth.
SB431 COVID-19; DOE to recommend options for isolation & quarantine for students & employees at schools.
SB436 Statewide Telehealth Plan; Board of Health shall contract with the Virginia Telehealth Network.
SB448 Hospitals; policies and procedures related to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
SB456 Practitioners, licensed; continuing education related to implicit bias and cultural competency.
SB458 Face coverings; prohibits enforcement of policy, etc., to wear.
SB466 Virginia College Equity Foundation and Fund; established.
SB481 School boards and local governing bodies; unexpended local funds use for school maintenance, etc.
SB484 Children; comprehensive health care coverage program.
SB490 Standards of Quality; specialized student support.
SB511 Opioid treatment program pharmacy; medication dispensing, registered/licensed practical nurses.
SB542 Cannabis products; written certification for the use.
SB558 Public schools; evaluation & recommendations for certain current and proposed policies.
SB570 Public elementary and secondary schools; curricula and instruction.
SB574 Child care; background checks for applicants for employment, etc.
SB580 Home care organizations; Department of Health to remove triennial audit requirement.
SB587 State Health Commissioner; powers in epidemic, religious tenets or practices.
SB590 Dentistry; license to teach, foreign dental program graduates.
SB593 Emergency custody or temporary detention order; custody and transportation of persons, etc.
SB594 Medicaid participants; treatment involving the prescription of opioids, payment.
SB596 School attendance; 4-H educational programs and activities.
SB598 College partnership laboratory schools; application and establishment.
SB600 School safety audits; law-enforcement officers.
SB601 COVID-19 immunization; prohibition on requirement, discrimination prohibited.
SB603 Public elementary and secondary school buildings; standards for maintenance, operations, etc.
SB608 Public charter schools; applications, review and approval.
SB613 School principals; incident reports.
SB616 Virginia Literacy Act; early student literacy, evidence-based literacy instruction, etc.
SB617 Health, Commissioner of, and local health director; qualifications, local variances.
SB626 Non-skilled home care organizations; triennial audit requirement.
SB628 Public School Trades Incentive Fund and Program; created and established.
SB635 Public charter schools; applications, review and approval.
SB641 Early Psychosis Intervention and Coordinated Specialty Care Program Advisory Board; established.
SB647 Public health emergency; Comm. of Health to authorize administration, etc., of necessary drugs, etc.
SB650 Emergency custody and temporary detention; hospitals and providers of behavioral health services.
SB656 Sexually explicit content; DOE shall develop model policies, parental notification.
SB662 School Quality Profiles; teacher data.
SB663 Telemedicine services; state plan for medical assistance services, provision for payment.

Senate Judiciary (9:00 AM)
# Title
SB63 Safe haven protections; newborn safety device at hospitals for reception of children.
SB122 Killing the fetus of another; guilty of manslaughter, penalties.
SB155 Killing the fetus of another; guilty of manslaughter, penalties.
SB174 Protective orders, permanent; contact between petitioner and respondent, violation of orders.
SB175 Safe haven protections; newborn safety device at hospitals for reception of children.
SB199 Rental agreement; agreement may provide occupant with option to designate an alternative contact.
SB227 Misdemeanor sexual offenses where the victim is a minor; statute of limitations, penalty.
SB228 Children; use of communications systems to facilitate certain offenses, consecutive sentence.
SB282 Public defender; supplementing compensation.
SB295 Behavioral health dockets; responsibilities of local pretrial services officers.
SB296 Sentencing proceeding by jury after conviction; relevant mitigating evidence.
SB302 Guardians; appointment, petitions for guardianship, report.
SB323 Overdoses; arrest and prosecution when experiencing or reporting.
SB327 Arrest and summons quotas; prohibition.
SB328 Law-enforcement agencies; acquisition of military property.
SB389 Support of parents by child; repeal provision.
SB392 Clerk of the court; copies of appointment order to counsel.
SB396 Foster care placements; court review, best interests of the child.
SB404 Search warrants; copy of search warrant and affidavit given to at least one adult occupant.
SB423 Discretionary sentencing guidelines; midpoint for violent felony offenses, report, effective date.
SB424 Probation violation guidelines; use of sentencing revocation report and discretionary sentencing.
SB470 Science Museum of Virginia; conveyance of certain easements to the Children's Museum of Richmond.
SB474 Appeals bond; removes requirement for indigent parties to post, appeal of unlawful detainer.
SB497 Judge; Second Judicial Circuit, resident judge in Counties of Accomack and Northampton.
SB498 Conveyances of property; acceptance by clerk's office for recordation.
SB514 Incapacitated persons; changes to provisions of guardianship and conservatorship.

Senate Local Government (11:00 AM)
# Title
SB52 Utilities, certain; pro rata reimbursements for installation.
SB132 Smoking; local regulation in outdoor parks, recreation facilities, and playgrounds.
SB140 Smoke alarms; expands requirement to dwelling unit buildings.
SB206 Historic preservation; filing of a historic designation application.
SB218 Local condemnation authority; locality may acquire property interests outside its boundaries, etc.
SB251 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; funds for pedestrian and bicyclist projects.
SB255 Zoning; wireless communications infrastructure, application process.
SB319 Charitable institutions and associations; local appropriations to faith-based organizations.
SB339 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; alternate directors.
SB526 Alarm systems; regulation, battery-charged fence security systems.