Wednesday, January 15, 2003

2225.     By Del. Amores and Brown - Requirements for PROMISE scholarship - To Education then Finance

2226.     By Del. Amores, Doyle, Webster, Fleischauer, Brown and Schadler - Including sexual orientation and disability as a bias-based crime civil rights violation for purposes of criminal responsibility - To Judiciary

2227.     By Del. Amores, Fleischauer, Hrutkay and Spencer - Revising mediation procedures and authorizing arbitration for public employee grievance procedures - To Education then Judiciary

2228.     By Del. Amores and Mahan - Requiring the state election commission and the secretary of state to study a method of conducting elections by means of computer internet systems - To Judiciary

2229.     By Del. Amores, Pino, Stemple, Varner, Webster and Webb - Increasing the penalties for attempted crimes - To Judiciary

2230.     By Del. Anderson and Manuel - Relating to providing dental clinics in public schools - To Education then Finance

2231.     By Del. Anderson and Manuel - Providing certain rights to RESA employees (FN) - To Education then Finance

2232.     By Del. Armstead, Overington and Webb - Providing the homestead property tax exemption for all homeowners (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2233.     By Del. Azinger and Mezzatesta - Relating to variable premium adjustable life insurance policies - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

2234.     By Del. Azinger, R. M. Thompson, Stalnaker and Amores - Providing the offense of intimidating a judge or magistrate is also applicable to times when the judge or magistrate is off duty - To Judiciary

2235.     By Del. Beach and Perry - Relating to the handling of emergency calls for police, fire or medical service assistance from public or private alarm systems - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2236.     By Del. Beach, Shaver and Perry - Amending the waste tire remediation environmental clean-up rules (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2237.     By Del. Beane, Azinger, Anderson, Border and Ellem - Adding a magistrate in Wood County (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2238.     By Del. Boggs, Warner, R. M. Thompson, Canterbury, R. Thompson and Coleman - Requiring a certified railroad locomotive engineer to be in direct control of a train or locomotive movement - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

2239.     By Del. Boggs and Kuhn - Requiring collection agencies to obtain a certificate of registration from the secretary of state - To Judiciary

2240.     By Del. Boggs and Yeager - Allowing persons purchasing or renewing hunting or fishing licenses to donate to the "hunters helping the hungry program" (FN) - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

2241.     By Del. Cann, Kuhn, Kominar and Coleman - Business and occupation tax credit to electric power generators for the use of West Virginia coal (FN) - To Finance

2242.     By Del. Canterbury, Campbell, Amores and Ellem - Requiring state agencies to implement activity-based costing by to review their procedures in issuing approvals - To Government Organization then Finance

2243.     By Del. Canterbury, Campbell, Amores and Ellem - Creating an information network commission - To Government Organization then Finance

2244.     By Del. Canterbury, Evans and Romine - Permitting the owner or lessee of lands to sell a crop damage permit to another person which would allow that person to kill a deer or other wildlife for which the permit is issued on the lands of the owner or lessee - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

2245.     By Del. Canterbury, Williams, Louisos, Beach and Swartzmiller - Requiring school instruction to include U. S. historical documents - To Education then Judiciary

2246.     By Del. Caputo, Evans and Manchin - Providing that a college or university may not require certain students to reside in a dormitory and relating to dormitory meal plans (FN) - To Education then Finance

2247.     By Del. Caputo and Manchin - Permitting the head of an at-risk family to accept school loans, grants and scholarships without losing assistance while in school (FN) - To Finance

2248.     By Del. Caputo and Manchin - Requiring the spaying or neutering of certain dogs and cats - To Judiciary

2249.     By Del. Caputo and Manchin - Providing for the use of neck braces by football players - To Education

2250.     By Del. Caputo and Manchin - Mandating guidelines for full-day and half-day cooks at schools - To Education then Finance

2251.     By Del. Caputo and Manchin - Changing the amount a person can earn while receiving unemployment benefits (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2252.     By Del. Caputo, Manuel, Yeager and R. Thompson - Increasing the multiplier for a retirement annuity in the public employees retirement system (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2253.     By Del. Caputo and Poling - Allowing an increase in the earned income exclusion for personal income tax purposes in the amount of poverty guidelines (FN) - To Finance

2254.     By Del. Caputo, Stalnaker, Manchin, Shaver, Perdue, Kuhn and Coleman - Making the fifty percent senior citizens discount on campground rental fees at state parks available year-round (FN) - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

2255.     By Del. Caputo, Staton, Perdue, Tucker, Webster, Stalnaker and Manchin - Providing that certain correctional officers be placed in the civil service system - To Judiciary

2256.     By Del. Coleman, Caputo, R. Thompson, Perdue and Mezzatesta - Relating to driving experience of school transportation supervisors - To Education

2257.     By Del. DeLong and Caputo - Imposing an additional one percent severance tax on natural resources to create and fund the education excellence fund (FN) - To Education then Finance

2258.     By Del. Evans, Canterbury, Romine, Azinger, Smirl, Stalnaker and Manchin - Personal income tax exemption for military retirees (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2259.     By Del. Fleischauer, Beach and Poling - Allowing the civil service commission to increase the maximum age of applicants - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2260.     By Del. Fleischauer, Butcher, Caputo and Tucker - Establishing a procedure for collective bargaining by public school employees and creating a public school employment relations board - To Education then Finance

2261.     By Del. Fleischauer, Fragale, Beach, Warner and Caputo - Pet Neutering and Spaying Voluntary Check-Off Program (FN) - To Finance

2262.     By Del. Fleischauer, Manuel, Amores and Smirl - Requiring the alcohol beverage control commissioner to propose legislative rules relating to food establishments where alcohol is served and prohibiting persons under age of twenty-one from entering certain establishments - To Judiciary

2263.     By Del. Fleischauer, R. Thompson, Evans and Hatfield - Creating the "West Virginia Prescription Drug Fair Pricing Act" (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance

2264.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) and Del. Trump [By Request of the Executive] - Consolidating all gaming-related functions under the cabinet secretary of the department of tax and revenue into a single gaming commission - To Judiciary

2265.     By Del. Martin, Hrutkay, Kuhn, Fragale, R. Thompson and Caputo - Creating a genetic information privacy act - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

2266.     By Del. Mezzatesta and Stemple - Providing authority for state fire marshals to cooperate with and assist other law-enforcement agencies - To Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary

2267.     By Del. Mezzatesta, Stemple, Williams, Shaver, Frederick and Cann - Requiring the West Virginia development office to report on international trade in West Virginia - To Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Government Organization

2268.     By Del. Paxton, Susman, Poling, Perry and Beach - Teachers and substitute teachers as professional educators and addressing the critical need and shortage thereof (FN) - To Education

2269.     By Del. Perdue and Paxton - Requiring school boards to hire at least one psychologist and one nurse for every one thousand students - To Education then Finance

2270.     By Del. Perry, Martin, Hrutkay and Poling - Increasing the retirement pensions for police and firefighters - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2271.     By Del. Perry and Paxton - Increasing the foundation allowances for professional educators to fifty-five and service personnel to thirty-seven for each one thousand students (FN) - To Education then Finance

2272.     By Del. Pino, Cann and Brown - Exempting certain start-up businesses from various state, count and municipal taxes (FN) - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

2273.     By Del. Proudfoot, Warner, Kominar and Shelton - Providing that when a person's commercial driver's license is suspended for failure to have the required security in effect that person may continue to operate a commercial vehicle under certain circumstances - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

2274.     By Del. Shaver - Authorizing county commissions to impose a recreation and amusement tax (FN) - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

2275.     By Del. Shaver, Paxton, Williams, Kuhn and Perry - Relating to the county board selecting a student assistance team chairperson prior to the beginning of each school year (FN) - To Education then Finance

2276.     By Del. Smirl, Paxton, Trump and Faircloth - Creating a special license to permit resident disabled persons to hunt with a crossbow (FN) - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

2277.     By Del. Spencer, Hatfield, Webster, Brown and Webb - Restricting increased assessments on real property to no more than five percent in any one year (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2278.     By Del. Spencer, Mezzatesta, Michael and Fleischauer - Providing for reimbursement to institutions of higher education of qualifying noncapital expenditures incurred in providing services to students with physical, learning or severe sensory disabilities (FN) - To Education then Finance

2279.     By Del. Stalnaker and Williams - Conferring on magistrates the authority to perform marriages - To Judiciary

2280.     By Del. Stalnaker and Williams - Increasing retirement benefits of teachers and public employees (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2281.     By Del. Stalnaker, Williams, Mezzatesta, H. White and Varner - Raising the allowable earnings limit of higher education faculty who retired under the severance plan - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2282.     By Del. Stemple, Coleman and Williams - Relating to payment to magistrates who serve temporarily outside their elected counties (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2283.     By Del. Stemple, Coleman, Williams and Shelton - Authorizing lateral transfers for deputy sheriffs - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2284.     By Del. Stemple and Shelton - Providing a special method of appraising charitable property (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2285.     By Del. Stemple, Varner and Yeager - Requiring hunting and fishing licensees to carry proof of identity and other applicable documents - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

2286.     By Del. Swartzmiller, DeLong and Stemple - Increasing the accrual rate of vacation time for deputy sheriffs with twenty and twenty-five years of service (FN) - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

2287.     By Del. R. Thompson - Requiring chiefs of police of Class IV towns to meet certain law-enforcement training requirements - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

2288.     By Del. R. Thompson and Perdue - Relating to county commission approval for certain municipal annexation - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2289.     By Del. Walters, Hall, Armstead and Overington - Making it a misdemeanor offense for any employee of the department of health and human resources to expend, in any way, the resources of the division in aid of abortion - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

2290.     By Del. Walters, Poling, Boggs, Ashley and Paxton - Requiring the tax commissioner to refund to the five counties with the highest unemployment twenty percent of person income tax collected (FN) - To Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance

2291.     By Del. Walters and Schadler - Reimbursement for costs of first five days of incarceration (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2292.     By Del. Walters and Webb - Requiring all executive agencies to report to the governor, Speaker of the House of Delegates and President of the Senate notices of allowances or potential disallowances of federal funds - To Government Organization then Finance

2293.     By Del. Walters, Webb and Armstead - Exempting undergraduate students attending state colleges or universities and graduates of undergraduate programs of such state institutions for the first two tax years postgraduation from the payment of state income tax (FN) - To Education then Finance

2294.     By Del. Walters, Webb and Armstead - Relating to the misrepresentation of age and use of false identification to purchase alcoholic liquor, beer or tobacco products - To Judiciary

2295.     By Del. Warner - Suspensions of the driver's license of a student who fails to maintain a minimum grade point average of 1.0 - To Education then Judiciary

2296.     By Del. Webb and Amores - Repealing the section of the code making it a crime to lock the doors of a taxi cab while it is in motion - To Judiciary

2297.     By Del. Webb and Amores - Repealing the criminal offense of profane swearing and drunkenness in public - To Judiciary

2298.     By Del. Webb and Armstead - Repeal of the article authorizing limited gaming facilities - To Judiciary

2299.     By Del. Webster, Spencer, Brown and Hatfield - Changing the name of West Virginia State College to West Virginia State University - To Education then Finance