Monday, February 9, 2004

4352.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) - Including certain commercial hunting, fishing and wildlife watching activities within the definition of recreational purposes for which landowner liability is limited - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

4353.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) (By Request) - Making it a crime to permit a child to ride a horse at a public for-profit riding facility without wearing a riding helmet - To Judiciary

4354.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) and Del. Susman - Authorizing county commissions to adopt ordinances to reduce false alarms - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

4355.     By Del. Beane - Requiring state agencies administering funds or grants to notify a grantee of certain audit reporting requirements - To Government Organization

4356.     By Del. Campbell and Canterbury - Allowing counties and municipalities to expend proceeds from the hotel occupancy tax for the construction, operation or maintenance of recreation facilities - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

4357.     By Del. Doyle, Tabb, Michael, Manuel, Stalnaker, Campbell and Duke - Permitting municipalities to impose an alternative one percent municipal sales and service tax in the municipality in lieu of imposing the business and occupation tax currently permitted by law - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

4358.     By Del. Hamilton, Hrutkay, Wright, Talbott, Romine, Sobonya and Carmichael - Restricting public access to concealed weapons permit records - To Judiciary

4359.     By Del. Leach, Michael, Perdue and Susman - Reorganizing the Affordable Housing Trust Fund, reducing the number of members and the quorum required for business - To Government Organization

4360.     By Del. Long, Foster, Hall, Frederick, Susman, Leach and Houston - Exempting sales of drugs to licensed physicians which are to be consumed in the performance of a professional service from the consumers sales and service tax - To Finance

4361.     By Del. Perdue (By Request) - Requiring the county school boards to train all school personnel in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and blood precaution - To Education

4362.     By Del. Perdue, Hatfield and Border - Banning the sale of ephedra by listing it under Schedule I of the controlled substance act per the recommendation of the board of pharmacy - To Judiciary

4363.     By Del. Perry, Stemple, Shaver, Crosier, Pino, Houston and Beach - Requiring registration plates issued to city and municipal police vehicles to include the word "police" or other special designation - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

4364.     By Del. Stemple, Shaver and Perry - Including division of forestry employees in the assault and battery statute with similar state personnel - To Judiciary

4365.     By Del. Tabb, Doyle, Manuel, Foster, Beach, Stemple and Fleischauer - Requiring preliminary breath analysis for the purpose of determining the blood alcohol content of a surviving driver - To Judiciary

4366.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. R. Thompson and Perdue (By Request) - Preventing a reduction in the annuity of a person who retires with disability retirement at age sixty-five - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

4367.     By Del. Amores, Brown, Webster, Manchin, Ellem, Faircloth and Schadler - Prohibiting law-enforcement surveillance of individuals or groups participating in constitutionally protected activities - To Judiciary

4368.     By Del. Boggs, Renner and Stemple - Adding Glenville State College to those colleges which may meet the need for graduate education in its region - To Education

4369.     By Del. Boggs, Trump and Talbott - Equalizing magistrate salaries for all magistrates - To Judiciary then Finance

4370.     By Del. Kuhn and Long - Requiring government employees hired after a date certain performing electrical work on government property to be licensed - To Government Organization then Judiciary

4371.     By Del. Michael, Craig, Leach, Morgan and Perdue - Extending the pilot program for the uninsured and underinsured - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

4372.     By Del. Kuhn, Browning, Butcher, Iaquinta, Paxton, Poling and Wakim - Establishing a voluntary veterans transportation income tax refund check-off program to help fund transportation services for the state's veterans - To Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

4373.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Iaquinta, Browning, Foster, Beane, Crosier and Varner - Making it a crime to alter a traffic-control device with an infrared or electronic device - To Judiciary

4374.     By Del. Kuhn, Butcher and Martin - Relating to manufactured housing construction and safety standards - To Government Organization then Judiciary

4375.     By Del. Schadler, Yeager, Trump, Boggs, Evans and Warner - Issuing a special license plate honoring West Virginia farmers (FN) - To Roads and Transportation then Finance