Friday, January 31, 2003

2804.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) - Allowing a municipal police officer to issue citations for misdemeanor offenses committed in his or her presence - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2805.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) - Allowing law-enforcement officers of municipalities that cover more than one county to administer tests for determining alcoholic content in a drivers blood, breath or urine in the counties which the municipality lies - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2806.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) - Updating the interest provisions of the tax law to make them more fair (FN) - To Finance

2807.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) (By Request) - Combining the board of examiners for registered professional nurses with the board of examiners for practical nurses - To Government Organization

2808.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) and Del. Staton - Authorizing executive agencies to use answering machines and requiring that a caller be able to reach an operator (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance

2809.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Michael, Trump, Amores, Hall and Mezzatesta - Barring third-party claims against insurers for violation of the Unfair Trade Practices Act - To Judiciary

2810.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Michael, Amores, Kominar and Trump - Establishing a statute of repose for product liability actions for products and durable goods - To Judiciary

2811.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Michael, Kominar, Amores and Trump - Requiring that certain collateral source payments received by plaintiff be deducted from any compensatory damages received - To Judiciary

2812.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) (By Request) and Del. Campbell (By Request) - Changing the interest rate paid on compensation for eminent domain proceedings - To Judiciary

2813.     By Del. Boggs, Stemple and Leggett - Allowing a property owner or lessee to kill a bear discovered damaging real or personal property - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

2814.     By Del. Butcher, Wright, Hrutkay, Ferrell and Warner - Increasing the misdemeanor penalties for failure to yield the right-of-way - To Judiciary

2815.     By Del. Butcher, Hrutkay, Wright, Ferrell and Kuhn - Providing for a special motor vehicle registration plate for volunteers and employees of the American Red Cross (FN) - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

2816.     By Del. Craig, Morgan, Amores and Stalnaker - Amending the definition of "used and occupied exclusively for residential purposes" for clarification under the homestead property tax exemption - To Judiciary then Finance

2817.     By Del. DeLong, Amores, Perdue and Howard - Creating a registry containing names of employees from any agency under the authority of the department of health and human resources who have committed acts of abuse, neglect or misappropriation of property (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance

2818.     By Del. Doyle, Tabb and Manuel - Authorizing the county commissions of growth counties to include the transfer of development rights as part of a zoning ordinance - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2819.     By Del. Frederick, Long, Frich, Caruth, Stalnaker, H. White and Shelton - Phasing in a reduction of the corporate net income tax rate (FN) - To Finance

2820.     By Del. Hatfield, Fleischauer, Perdue, Brown and Manuel - Providing for the adequate staffing of nursing homes and training of nursing home staff (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

2821.     By Del. Hatfield, Martin, Caputo, Brown, Webster and Fleischauer - Allowing most employees involved in direct patient care activities or clinical services to refuse to work overtime, except in limited emergent situations - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

2822.     By Del. Kuhn and Perdue - Limiting the amount of time a driver's license may be issued to a person who is not a citizen of the United States - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

2823.     By Del. Morgan, Craig, Leach, Smirl, Sobonya and Howard - Limiting the time in which a purchaser of erroneously assessed or nonexistent real estate at a sheriff's tax sale may claim a refund - To Judiciary

2824.     By Del. Perry, Beach, Howard, Shaver, Palumbo, Pino and Hrutkay - Providing for the continuation of misdemeanor prosecutions in cases where a defendant is charged by complaint with felonies and misdemeanors - To Judiciary

2825.     By Del. Pino, Perry, Perdue, DeLong, Campbell, Hatfield and Smirl - Changing personal care homes to assisted living residences and to delete provisions of law relating to residential board and care homes (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

2826.     By Del. Smirl - Reducing the allowable blood alcohol content for DUI - To Judiciary then Finance

2827.     By Del. Stalnaker and Mezzatesta - Setting forth certain requirements for transferring school aides - To Education then Finance

2828.     By Del. Staton, Kominar, Stemple, DeLong, Frederick, Webb and Pino - Increasing certain county clerk, circuit clerk, assessor, sheriff, prosecuting attorney and magistrate court fees (FN) - To Judiciary