Tuesday, February 10, 2004

4376.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) (By Request) - Tuition reimbursement for teachers pursuing a masters degree - To Education then Finance

4377.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Staton, Varner, Mahan, Doyle, Browning and Hrutkay - Assessing a penalty on those physicians who fail to pay the special assessment - To Judiciary then Finance

4378.     By Del. Beane, Mezzatesta, Michael and Kominar - Allowing emergency medical personnel the right to practice according to their practice act in any setting - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4379.     By Del. Beane, Mezzatesta, Michael and Kominar - Changing the representation of the board of registered professional nurses - To Government Organization

4380.     By Del. Brown, Amores, Hrutkay, Doyle and Poling - Removing the confidentiality privilege in communications to clergy when the communication involves sexual abuse of a minor child, unless the communication was made as a recognized, privileged confession (FN) - To Judiciary

4381.     By Del. Browning - Requiring payment of personal property taxes as a condition precedent to receiving or maintaining a business registration certificate - To Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary

4382.     By Del. Caputo, Mahan, Perdue, Fleischauer, Kuhn, Tucker and Butcher - Authorizing the governor to appoint an additional member to the surface mining board that represents the interests of labor - To Government Organization

4383.     By Del. Ellem, Howard, Border, Anderson, Beane, Caruth and Frederick - Authorizing counties to, by ordinance, regulate the location of video poker establishments - To Judiciary then Finance

4384.     By Del. Frederick, Kuhn and Yeager - Relating to mine inspectors - To Judiciary then Finance

4385.     By Del. Hamilton, Canterbury, Poling, Boggs, Crosier, Leggett and Smirl - Authorizing the superintendent of the West Virginia state police to operate a voluntary contribution fund for designated beneficiaries of deceased officers (FN) - To Finance

4386.     By Del. Louisos - Providing vendors may apply a surcharge of up to six percent of the amount of any retail sales transaction in which a credit card is used (FN) - To Finance

4387.     By Del. Michael, Perdue, Leach, Foster, Long and Hall - Requiring reporting by methadone clinics to the controlled substance monitoring program and requiring the promulgation of emergency rules for methadone treatment centers - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4388.     By Del. Morgan, Craig, Leach, Stemple, Varner, Kominar and Smirl - Making certain uses of retail sales receipts of universal product code labels unlawful - To Judiciary

4389.     By Del. Overington, Armstead, Trump, Frich, Duke, Blair and Ellem - Exempting inactive physicians from insurance assessment (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

4390.     By Del. Staton - Making tongue splitting a crime unless performed by a licensed physician - To Judiciary

4391.     By Del. Stemple, Perry, Blair and Renner - Establishing a new license plate that designates city or municipal law-enforcement departments - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

4392.     By Del. Susman, Hatfield, Houston, Webster, Leach, Yeager and Fleischauer - Requiring county boards of education to employ one school nurse for every one thousand pupils based upon net enrollment in all grades (FN) - To Education then Finance

4393.     By Del. Walters - Small Business Development Incentive Program for Internal Growth Act (FN) - To Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance

4394.     By Del. Warner and Renner - Prohibiting consumption of an alcoholic beverage or the possession of open alcoholic beverage containers in the passenger compartment of motor vehicles - To Judiciary

4395.     By Del. Webster, Brown, Caputo, Paxton, DeLong, Martin and Fleischauer - Providing meetings and conference rights for members of municipal police and fire departments and creating duties for the policemen and firefighters' civil service commissions - To Judiciary

4396.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Staton and Proudfoot - Reforming, altering and modifying the county commission of Hampshire County - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary