Thursday, February 26, 2004

4629.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Michael, Fleischauer, Beach, Williams, Mezzatesta and Poling - Extending the tuition waiver benefits to also include the spouse and children of emergency medical service personnel and members of the national guard who have died in the line of duty - To Education then Finance

4630.     By Del. Beane - Creating a uniform system of bail bond forfeiture procedures for all courts of record in the state - To Judiciary

4631.     By Del. Boggs - Allowing awards under the crime victims compensation program to be made to victims of identity theft (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

4632.     By Del. Boggs, Swartzmiller and Hrutkay - Prescribing minimum standards for municipal judges and requiring criminal background checks of persons applying for municipal judgeships - To Judiciary

4633.     By Del. Campbell - Giving certain annuitants of the public employees retirement system and the teachers retirement system who are over the age of 60 years a one-time supplement - To Finance

4634.     By Del. Cann, Ennis, Swartzmiller, Stalnaker, Stemple, Craig and Kominar - Requiring persons incarcerated in county and regional jails who have been convicted of a misdemeanor reimburse the county for the cost incurred for his or her incarceration - To Judiciary then Finance

4635.     By Del. Caruth, Ellem, Frich, Frederick and Long - Limiting third party actions in unfair trade practices suits against insurers, their employees, representatives and agents - To Judiciary

4636.     By Del. Ellem - Prohibiting the distribution of RU-486 by any administrator, employee or other official of the college or university - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4637.     By Del. Fleischauer, Hatfield, Mahan, Hrutkay, Fragale, Susman and Brown - Establishing the "West Virginia Prescription Drug Ethical Marketing Act" - To Judiciary

4638.     By Del. Frich - Prohibiting abortions in cases when a fetus is capable of survival outside the mother's womb - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4639.     By Del. Howard, Craig and Sobonya - Increasing the size of the library commission to ten members and requiring that one member of the library commission be a blind person - To Government Organization

4640.     By Del. Mahan - Training and empowering a body of volunteer professionals, called rehabilitators, to care for, protect and return injured wildlife to the wild - To Government Organization

4641.     By Del. Michael, Leach, Long, Kominar, Foster, Beane and Perdue - Establishing a credentialing program for dialysis technicians by the board of registered professional nurses - To Government Organization then Finance

4642.     By Del. Stalnaker, Mezzatesta and Michael - Preventing political subdivisions of the state from selling goods in competition with private businesses - To Judiciary

4643.     By Del. Talbott - Authorizing the use of flashing white lights as auxiliary lights on emergency vehicles - To Judiciary

4644.     By Del. R. Thompson, G. White, Swartzmiller, Ennis, Fleischauer and Caputo - Prohibiting foreign professional service contracts with the state while creating the "Keep Jobs In West Virginia Act" - To Judiciary then Finance

4645.     By Del. R. Thompson, G. White, Swartzmiller, Ennis, Fleischauer, Webb and Caputo - Creating the "Job Preservation Act of 2004" - To Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Government Organization

4646.     By Del. Trump, Border and Blair - Providing for the payment of fees and expenses of mediators appointed by the office of judges of the workers' compensation commission - To Judiciary

4647.     By Del. Webster, Spencer, Foster, Palumbo, Hatfield, Amores and Brown - Providing a procedure for the economic development authority to address employment and economic development problems of minority populations of this state - To Government Organization then Judiciary

4648.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Frederick, Staton, Kominar, Caruth, Browning and Yeager - Providing that the reduced tax rate applies to underground mines producing coal from seams of less than thirty-two inches - To Finance

4649.     By Del. Amores, Fleischauer, Craig and Schadler - Providing for greater efforts for instate placement of children in the custody of the Department of Health and Human Services - To Judiciary

4650.     By Del. Border, Long, Foster, Perdue, Leach and Hatfield - Including persons diagnosed with disability of a major body system with an accompanying degree of severity for the purpose of determining eligibility to obtain a Class Q special resident hunting permit for disabled persons - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

4651.     By Del. Caruth, R. M. Thompson, Frederick, Trump, Kominar, H. White and Armstead - Providing that an individual who provides notice of future voluntary resignation remains qualified for unemployment benefits from the time the notice is given to the employer until the end of the notice period - To Judiciary

4652.     By Del. Fleischauer, Hatfield, Hrutkay, Beach, Houston, Foster and Perdue - Requiring pediatric dentists that administer general anesthesia to pediatric patients to comply with certain requirements for personnel, operating facilities, equipment, monitoring procedures, recovery and discharge - To Judiciary

4653.     By Del. Mahan - Opening the upper area New River for float trips and bateau style boats following an economic study of the area and a study of new licensing regulations - To Judiciary

4654.     By Del. Manuel and Tabb - Authorizing the sheriff and any deputy of a county to enforce traffic laws within a homeowners' association or subdivision property - To Judiciary

4655.     By Del. Michael, Cann, Foster, Leach, Stalnaker, Boggs and Proudfoot - Giving the children's health insurance program the right of subrogation - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

4656.     By Del. Morgan, Craig, Leach, Smirl, Sobonya and Howard - Creating sales and use tax exemptions for purchases of design and engineering services and materials and equipment directly used in construction of new or replacement amusement rides - To Finance

4657.     By Del. Palumbo, Houston, Kominar, Foster, Amores and Howard - Providing that certain persons who are members of a limited liability company solely as an investors in the company are not employees for whom workers' compensation premiums are paid - To Judiciary then Finance

4658.     By Del. Stemple and Faircloth - Relating to defense of self, others and property and providing limited immunity from civil liability - To Judiciary

4659.     By Del. Walters, Morgan and Armstead - Creating a vendor preference for state purchasing and purchases by political subdivisions of the state in corporations that maintain their principle places of business in the state (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance

4660.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Michael, Staton and Frederick - Providing for the disposition of funds or assets recovered in a legal action or settlement by or on behalf of the general public, the state or its officers, agencies or political subdivisions - To Finance

4661.     By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Michael, Staton and Frederick - Requiring the attorney general to provide legal services upon the request of state agencies - To Finance

4662.     By Del. Armstead, Walters, Webb and Calvert - Requiring the division of highways to grant priority to roadway construction, reconstruction and maintenance for roadways prone to recurring floods (FN) - To Finance

4663.     By Del. Azinger - Requiring abortion facilities to have certain written policies and procedures - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4664.     By Del. Evans - Requiring quality assurance standards for facilities which perform abortions - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4665.     By Del. Webb - Raising the family court judge's secretary-clerk's annual salary - To Judiciary then Finance

4666.     By Del. Webb - Including within the jurisdiction of family courts the right to visitations between half-siblings and step-siblings - To Judiciary

4667.     By Del. Webster, Spencer, Foster, Palumbo, Hatfield, Amores and Brown - Establishing in the state treasury a targeted minority economic development fund to address economic issues of minorities and minority communities - To Government Organization then Finance