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HB 4307 Relating to bona fide residents wholly or solely owning greyhounds Vetoed    Governor  03/16/08 
HB 4308 Exempting from the nursing licensing provisions the care of the sick when done in connection with the practice of religious tenets of any church or religious organization Pending  Senate Health and Human Resources Committee  02/26/08 
HB 4309 Creating an apprenticeship program for barbers and cosmetologists Pending  House Government Organization Committee  01/29/08 
HB 4310 Reducing yearly insurance premiums on motor vehicles Pending  House Banking and Insurance Committee  01/29/08 
HB 4311 Exempting Division of Natural Resources conservation officers' retirement pensions form state income tax Pending  House Pensions and Retirement Committee  01/29/08 
HB 4312 Authorizing county commissions to designate locations for early voting other than the county courthouse or annex Pending  House Political Subdivisions Committee  01/29/08 
HB 4313 Waving tuition and fees for members of the WV State Police Pending  House Finance Committee  02/22/08 
HB 4314 Paying for veterans' grave markers where the U. S. government has denied the application of the veteran Pending  Senate Military Committee  02/26/08 
HB 4315 Limiting the Department of Health and Human Resources involvement in abortions Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  01/29/08 
HB 4316 Requiring all high schools include in their health classes a course in fetal development Pending  House Education Committee  01/29/08 
HB 4317 Relating to using alternate medical facilities under West Virginia's emergency response plan Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  01/29/08 
HB 4318 Including ambulance and fire fees as part of the property tax assessment so that the fees and property taxes may be paid with the same check Pending  House Political Subdivisions Committee  01/29/08 
HB 4319 Making 911 emergency fees available to be used for both emergency and nonemergency calls Pending  House Political Subdivisions Committee  01/29/08 
HB 4320 Relating to the use of personal leave days by a surviving spouse of a deceased employee of a school board Pending  House Education Committee  01/29/08 
HB 4321 Mandating that opioid treatment centers remain open seven days a week including holidays in order to eliminate any methadone being sent home with patients Pending  House Government Organization Committee  01/29/08 
HB 4322 Providing overtime pay for all employees who are required to work holidays regardless if the holiday hours are in excess of a forty hour workweek Pending  House Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business Committee  01/29/08 
HB 4323 Exempting the sale of the services of shredding and recycling of paper and paper products from the consumer sales tax Pending  House Finance Committee  01/29/08 
HB 4324 Prohibiting state funding for the distribution of holiday or greeting cards by elected officials, state employees, departments or agencies Pending  House Judiciary Committee  01/29/08 
HB 4325 Providing for prior written authorization for the towing of motor vehicles without the consent of the owner or operator, and providing criminal background checks for tow truck drivers Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/07/08 
HB 4326 Allowing the Supreme Court of Appeals to establish a uniform bail schedule Pending  House Government Organization Committee  01/29/08 
HB 4327 Relating to charitable bingo and updating the maximum wage allowed to reflect changes in state minimum wage Signed    Governor  04/08/08 
HB 4328 Excluding the service of a poll worker from being considered a prohibited political activity Signed    Governor  04/08/08 
HB 4329 Allowing a registrant to register a Class G vehicle for a two-year period and providing for alternative methods of payment of fees Pending  Senate Finance Committee  03/03/08 
HB 4330 Reducing the time period for magistrate courts and municipal courts to notify DMV of unsatisfied traffic-related tickets of nonresidents Pending  House Roads and Transportation Committee  01/29/08 
HB 4331 Eliminating the requirement to send surrendered driver's licenses back to the original state of licensure Signed    Governor  04/08/08 
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