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Delegate Kominar was the Lead Sponsor for 11 bills:


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HB 2010 Providing for a pilot project intended to divert low-income residents from early institutionalization Pending  House Health and Human Resources Committee  02/09/05 
HB 2169 Providing for the certification of persons who perform evaluations to determine if defendants charged with crimes are competent to stand trial or are not guilty by reason of mental illness Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/10/05 
HB 2345 Allowing bail bondsmen to deliver offenders to county and regional jails without bailpiece, setting requirements and penalties Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/15/05 
HB 2503 Relating to providing an alternative method for nonrenewal of property insurance Pending  House Banking and Insurance Committee  02/18/05 
HB 2576 Providing that members and staff of the Legislature shall automatically receive one-fourth of the required continuing legal education for each regular session worked or served Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/21/05 
HB 2764 Relating to allowing the Board of Medicine to issue a license to physicians who have been subject to license revocation Signed    Governor  05/11/05 
HB 3131 Allowing a school service mechanic to have experience, training and certifications considered towards his or her pay rate Pending  House Education Committee  03/22/05 
HB 3164 Relating to funding, composition and operation of the West Virginia Affordable Housing Trust Fund Pending  House Government Organization Committee  03/23/05 
HB 3184 Including education related child care expenses in the child support calculation, and eliminating the 25% reduction to the child support adjustment Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/28/05 
HB 3185 Changing the definition of "substantial change in circumstances" for the purposes of a modification of child support from a 15% change to either a 15% or seventy-five dollar change, whichever is less Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/28/05 
HB 3237 Providing that the exemption from consumers sales and service tax for drugs, durable medical goods, mobility enhancing devices, prosthetic devices and insulin does not apply to purchases by health care providers for use in providing professional services Pending  House Finance Committee  03/25/05 
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