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There are 54 Bills pending in House Pensions and Retirement




HB 2033Consideration of time served in the armed forces for service credit under the public employees retirement system02/14/01
HB 2048Providing teacher retirement eligibility when a member's age and years of service equals or exceeds eighty02/14/01
HB 2049Military service credit for public employee retirees02/14/01
HB 2053Permitting a legislator to contribute to teachers retirement for that period during which the legislator is engaged in official business02/14/01
HB 2063Allowing public employee retirees to apply a percentage of annual and sick leave to insurance coverage and to extended service credit02/14/01
HB 2071Increasing benefits for retired state personnel and teachers02/14/01
HB 2078Relating generally to the public employee retirement system02/14/01
HB 2090Increasing disability and death benefits for police pensions02/14/01
HB 2093Granting prior service credit in the West Virginia State Police to members of the teachers retirement system02/14/01
HB 2131Relating to service credit for unused personal leave days for teachers02/14/01
HB 2132Increasing a surviving spouse's death benefit under a municipal police officer's or firefighter's pension02/14/01
HB 2133Providing retirement service credit to teachers at private colleges and universities02/14/01
HB 2171Relating to the amount of employee and board contributions to retirement plans selected by the governing boards of higher education02/14/01
HB 2189Providing a one time supplemental cost-of-living allowance to be added to the annual benefits of annuitants of the teachers retirement system02/14/01
HB 2224Crediting a deceased teacher's sick leave toward continued insurance coverage for a surviving spouse and other dependents02/15/01
HB 2232Providing an annual cost-of-living increase for retired teachers02/15/01
HB 2236Relating to reinstatement of withdrawn service into the teachers retirement system02/15/01
HB 2251Graduated cost-of-living allowances for certain public employee retirees02/15/01
HB 2293Clarifying that the Legislature is a part-time elected office for purposes of state teachers retirement system early retirement incentives program02/19/01
HB 2315Providing a minimum monthly benefit for certain public employee retirees02/19/01
HB 2317Providing a minimum monthly retirement annuity for certain public employee retirees02/19/01
HB 2319Teacher retirement eligibility when age plus years of service equals or exceeds eighty02/19/01
HB 2323Raising the allowable earnings limit of higher education faculty who retired under the severance plan02/19/01
HB 2326Increasing retirement benefits of teachers and public employees02/19/01
HB 2341Removing language which might reduce a public employee's disability benefits upon reaching age 6502/20/01
HB 2359Providing public employees retirement with full pension rights when contributing service equals or exceeds thirty years02/20/01
HB 2364Increasing retirement benefits for public employees02/20/01
HB 2394Providing for teacher retirement annuity survivor beneficiary options02/21/01
HB 2399Permitting retired teachers to substitute teach an unlimited number of days without losing benefits02/21/01
HB 2403Providing retirement service credit for certain employees of the West Virginia University extension service02/21/01
HB 2419Reentry into the teachers retirement system for certain employees02/21/01
HB 2433Lessening the amount of reduction to retirement annuities for certain persons who retire on disability02/21/01
HB 2436Granting prior service credit to certain county employees for retirement purposes02/21/01
HB 2448Retirement benefits for police and fire department members upon attaining twenty-five years of service02/22/01
HB 2462Teachers retirement with full pension rights regardless of age when contributing service equals or exceeds twenty-five years02/22/01
HB 2476Providing teacher retirement eligibility when age plus years of service equals or exceeds eighty-five02/22/01
HB 2509Increasing retirement benefits of a deputy sheriff retirement system member02/23/01
HB 2534Renaming the state teachers retirement system02/26/01
HB 2723Providing public employee retirement system credit for time worked in CETA programs and other similar federal programs03/05/01
HB 2761Increasing supplemental benefits to certain teacher retirement annuitants03/06/01
HB 2764Allowing employees of the regional community policing institute to remain in the public employees retirement system03/06/01
HB 2808Providing that certain sheriffs with prior service as deputy sheriff and sheriff may participate in the deputy sheriff's retirement system03/09/01
HB 2827Providing a cost-of-living allowance to certain teachers retirement system annuitants03/12/01
HB 2890Providing that county employers be directly invoiced by the public employees retirement system for sick leave used by county employees03/16/01
HB 2909Providing benefits for retired teachers and public employees03/19/01
HB 2944Allowing the use of accumulated leave to meet initial eligibility criteria for retirement03/21/01
HB 2965Increasing the multiplier for a retirement annuity in the public employees retirement system03/22/01
HB 2967Increasing the amount of compensation a state retirant may accept for temporary employment while drawing an annuity under PERS03/22/01
HB 3044Excluding retirement income of conservation officers from income tax03/28/01
HB 3098Including conservation officers in the deputy sheriff retirement system03/29/01
HB 3115Providing a one-time supplement to the retirement benefit of certain annuitants in the PERS03/30/01
HB 3203Adjusted credit for unused sick leave under the teachers retirement system03/30/01
HB 3230Making additional funds available for the fire and police pension system and for volunteer and part volunteer fire departments by increasing premium tax on insurance03/30/01
HB 3231Granting a modification to adjusted gross income to certain retiring higher education employees03/30/01
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