Monday, January 13, 2003

2124.     By Del. Amores, Long, Michael, Trump, Craig, Hall and Beane - Relating to medical professional liability to maintain and stabilize the health care delivery system in this state - To Judiciary

2125.     By Del. DeLong, Ennis, Manchin and Swartzmiller (By Request) - Increasing lottery profits on video lottery terminals (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2126.     By Del. Fleischauer and Beach - Strengthening penalties relating to violations of fire laws and rules - To Judiciary

2127.     By Del. Fleischauer, Manuel and Warner - Allowing a person to draw unemployment compensation when they are forced to miss work due to domestic violence (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2128.     By Del. Fleischauer, Leach, R. M. Thompson, Warner, Poling and Boggs - Increasing the access to medicines for needy seniors through programs to be administered by the secretary of health and human resources (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

2129.     By Del. Fleischauer, Hrutkay, Beach, Perry and Williams - Relating to the maintenance and operation of nontraditional career development centers for displaced homemakers and single parents (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance

2130.     By Del. Fleischauer, Hatfield and Susman - Regulating the operation of all-terrain vehicles - To Judiciary

2131.     By Del. Fleischauer, Tucker, Frederick, Kominar and H. White - Establishing a new public policy encouraging resident small businesses to bid for state contracts - To Government Organization then Finance

2132.     By Del. Williams - Providing retirement service credit to teachers at private colleges and universities (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2133.     By Del. Hall - Prohibiting the department of health and human resources from collecting from an estate certain amounts expended for assistance - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

2134.     By Del. Hall and Carmichael - Relating to personal income taxes and exemptions (FN) - To Finance

2135.     By Del. Hall, Amores, Anderson and Paxton - Relating to the criminal offense of breaking and entering - To Judiciary

2136.     By Del. Hall, Manuel and Doyle - Election of magistrates in certain counties - To Judiciary

2137.     By Del. Hatfield - Requiring nurse representation on hospital boards of directors - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

2138.     By Del. Hatfield - Reestablishing the site index valuation method for valuation of managed timberland (FN) - To Finance

2139.     By Del. Hatfield, Hrutkay, Caputo and Manuel - Prohibiting mandatory overtime in hospitals and nursing homes - To Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary

2140.     By Del. Hatfield, Fleischauer, Perdue, Mahan, Coleman and Faircloth - Prohibiting certain nursing homes from using state funds for activities unrelated to the provision of health care services - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

2141.     By Del. Kominar, H. White, Browning, Mahan and Faircloth - 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 - To Judiciary

2142.     By Del. Kuhn - Prohibiting insurers from requiring persons covered under a contract to obtain prescription drugs from a mail-order pharmacy under certain circumstances - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

2143.     By Del. Kuhn, H. White, Varner and Caputo - Including the Legislature and the former departments of corrections and health within coverage of OSHA (FN) - To Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance

2144.     By Del. Kuhn, Tucker, Butcher, Stalnaker, Hrutkay, Perry and Perdue - Requiring alternatively flashing headlights on the front of school buses that are stopped (FN) - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

2145.     By Del. Leggett - Reducing insurance premium charges for school bus operators and drivers' education instructors - To Banking and Insurance then Education

2146.     By Del. Williams - Relating to service credit for unused personal leave days for teachers (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2147.     By Del. Manchin - Exempting West Virginians seventy-five years of age or older from state income tax (FN) - To Finance

2148.     By Del. Manchin - Making armed assault or conspiracy to commit armed assault upon school property, personnel or students who are on school property a felony offense - To Judiciary

2149.     By Del. Manchin - Increasing benefits for retired state personnel and teachers (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2150.     By Del. Mezzatesta - Regulation of homeowner associations - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2151.     By Del. Mezzatesta - Providing speech-language pathologists and audiologists in public schools (FN) - To Education then Finance

2152.     By Del. Mezzatesta - Limiting absences of school principals from school duties to attend principals academy - To Education

2153.     By Del. Mezzatesta - Creating the Senior Citizens Prescription Drug Subsidy Program (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

2154.     By Del. Mezzatesta and Williams - Relating to the school calendar generally - To Education

2155.     By Del. Mezzatesta and Williams - Providing a method for setting a cap on tuition and fees for higher education (FN) - To Education then Finance

2156.     By Del. Michael - Allowing the mental hygiene commissioners to carry concealed weapons - To Judiciary

2157.     By Del. Overington - Amending provisions of the Self-Service Storage Lien Act - To Judiciary

2158.     By Del. Paxton - Relating to the rate of pay for substitute teachers (FN) - To Education then Finance

2159.     By Del. Pino and Yeager - Equalizing the number and alternating the selection of juror strikes in a felony trial - To Judiciary

2160.     By Del. Smirl - Requiring assessors to notify new owners of real property of the property tax liability (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2161.     By Del. Spencer - State income tax exemption for first year businesses making less than $50,000 (FN) - To Finance

2162.     By Del. Spencer, Webster and Amores - Allowing candidates for countywide office the option of filing with the county clerk or the secretary of state - To Judiciary

2163.     By Del. Stalnaker - Authorizing municipal law-enforcement officers to transport and present mentally incompetent persons to mental health care facilities - To Judiciary

2164.     By Del. Stalnaker - Requiring that a criminal defendant's right to a jury trial in misdemeanor cases is forever waived unless requested within twenty days of initial appearance - To Judiciary

2165.     By Del. Webb - Excluding mandatory union dues and pension withholding from the definition of gross income for child support purposes - To Judiciary

2166.     By Del. Webb - Relating to the penalty for abuse of an incapacitated adult - To Judiciary

2167.     By Del. Webb - Creating a separate crime for the death of a viable fetus caused by the criminal slaying of the mother - To Judiciary

2168.     By Del. Webb - Discovery in a case of child neglect or abuse, sexual abuse, exploitation or murder - To Judiciary

2169.     By Del. Webb - Providing for the felony offense of destruction of property when the cost of property damage exceeds one thousand dollars - To Judiciary

2170.     By Del. Webb - Allowing county commissions to restrict increases on taxation of real property (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2171.     By Del. Webb - Requiring the court to allocate the full tax benefit for the payment of child support to one party parent when an allocation would be of no benefit to the other (FN) - To Judiciary

2172.     By Del. Webb - Jobs Creation Zones Act of 2003 (FN) - To Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance

2173.     By Del. Webb (By Request) - Exempting sales of personal computers for in-home and small business use from sales tax for one week in August each year (FN) - To Finance

2174.     By Del. G. White, Overington, Stalnaker and Evans - Limiting state court venue for certain nonresident plaintiffs - To Judiciary