Tuesday, January 21, 2003

2466.     By Del. Ashley, Stemple and Amores - Enhancing penalties for indecent exposure - To Judiciary

2467.     By Del. Beane, Kuhn, Butcher, Long, Martin, Azinger and Border - Exempting from gross income certain members of volunteer fire departments for state personal income tax purposes - To Finance

2468.     By Del. Border, Perdue, Ashley, Campbell, Staton, Browning and Michael - Requiring the secretary of the department of health and human resources ensure that medicaid reimbursement for prescription drugs reimburse retail pharmacies for the cost of smallest available prescription package (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

2469.     By Del. Doyle and Manuel - Relating to taxes on income, receipts or expenditures for goods or services of horse or dog racing owners, trainers or jockeys (FN) - To Finance

2470.     By Del. Doyle and Manuel - Removing the requirement that venue property liens in Kanawha County in relation to certain controversies involving the state - To Judiciary

2471.     By Del. Doyle and Manuel - Prohibiting sale at full retail price of any damaged container or canned goods - To Judiciary

2472.     By Del. Doyle and Manuel - Establishing a secure residential school for juvenile status offenders - To Education then Judiciary

2473.     By Del. Doyle and Manuel - Creating the institute for increased postsecondary education participation (FN) - To Education then Finance

2474.     By Del. Fleischauer, Doyle and Brown - Adding "sexual orientation" to the categories covered by the Humans Right Act and the Fair Housing Act - To Judiciary

2475.     By Del. Hrutkay, Fleischauer, Martin, Kominar, Ferrell, H. White and Kuhn - Prohibiting the reclassification of Class II real property for a period of two years if the estate has not been settled - To Judiciary then Finance

2476.     By Del. Martin and Paxton - Altering the apportionment of the membership of the House of Delegates by dividing the 14th district into two single members districts - To Judiciary

2477.     By Del. Perry, Williams, Mezzatesta, Trump and Pino - Permitting residents of nursing homes and similar facilities to retain the homestead exemption and Class II property designation (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2478.     By Del. Spencer and Mahan - Reinstatement without loss of rights of state employees following extended leave of absence (FN) - To Education then Finance

2479.     By Del. Stemple, Michael, Mezzatesta, Varner and Williams - Exempting funeral-related retail sales fro the consumers sales tax (FN) - To Finance

2480.     By Del. R. M. Thompson, Perry and G. White - Increasing the amount of penalties the commissioner of banking may obtain and allowing the commissioner to expend funds to promote consumer awareness of issues related to residential mortgage lending - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

2481.     By Del. Trump, Smirl, Romine, Leggett, Ellem, Carmichael and Overington - Nonpartisan election of justices of the supreme court of appeals (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2482.     By Del. Warner - Establishing a system of regulating and licensing persons who sell new or used motor vehicles (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2483.     By Del. Williams, Mahan and Susman - Increasing salary increments paid to principals and assistants (FN) - To Education then Finance

2484.     By Del. Williams, Mezzatesta, Beach, Perry and Canterbury - Giving certain volunteer emergency workers a personal income tax exemption (FN) - To Finance

2485.     By Del. Yeager, Leggett, Crosier, Morgan and Talbott - Incorporating a pay increase for certain conservation officers (FN) - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance