Monday, March 14, 2005

3008.By Del. Trump - Increasing the penalty for the felony offense of DUI causing death - To Judiciary

3009.By Del. Beane and Ennis - Requiring circuit judges to require repayment of the costs of legal representation provided by the public defender system under certain circumstances - To Judiciary

3010.By Del. Pino - Providing that the Commissioner of Corrections may authorize wardens or administrators to establish imprest funds for transporting inmates - To Judiciary

3011.By Del. Rowan - Defining "the deceased" for purposes of prescribing that a deceased victim includes unborn children under first and second degree murder - To Judiciary

3012.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Michael, Kominar, H. White and Palumbo - Exempting property acquired by lease purchase agreement by the state, a county, district, city, village, town or other political subdivision, state college or university, from property tax - To Judiciary then Finance

3013.By Del. Amores and Trump - Removing the requirement that the mayor, recorder and councilmen of a municipality must have been assessed with and paid real or personal property taxes in order to hold office - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

3014.By Del. H. White, Hrutkay, G. White, R. M. Thompson, Webster, Cann and Hamilton - Clarifying that mandated accident and sickness insurance benefits do not apply to limited coverage policies, unless expressly made applicable to such policies - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

3015.By Del. Boggs, Long, Trump, Hatfield, Staton, Butcher, Browning and Ashley - Establishing a new organ donor license plate - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

3016.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. G. White, Beach, Beane, Ennis, Varner, H. White, Browning, Staton, Mahan and Stalnaker - Excepting the making of appointments by secretaries of licensed real estate brokers and salespersons with buyers and sellers of real estate from the scope of practice of real estate brokerage subject to licensing - To Judiciary

3017.By Del. R. M. Thompson, Swartzmiller, Boggs, Mahan and Crosier - Creating an exemption for purchases of back-to-school clothing and school supplies by consumers during a three-day period in August, two thousand five (FN) - To Finance

3018.By Del. Williams, Stemple, Beach, Poling, Stevens, Perry and Campbell - Relating to designation of Mountaineer Challenge Academy as a special alternative education program - To Education then Finance

3019.By Del. Beach, Perry, Argento, Stemple, Crosier, Michael, Staton, Mahan, R. M. Thompson and Browning - Relating to recognizing the Appalachian Education Initiative promoting the role of art education in public schools (FN) - To Education then Finance

3020.By Del. Stalnaker, Poling, Hamilton, G. White, Proudfoot and Hartman - Authorizing private campus police officers at private institutions of higher education in this state - To Education then Judiciary

3021.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Beane, Ennis, Walters, G. White and Butcher - Relating to amending licensure procedures for massage therapists - To Government Organization

3022.By Del. Blair, Trump, Duke, Roberts, Wysong, Overington, Tabb, Doyle, Amores, Craig and Armstead - Establishing a volunteer litter reporting program - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

3023.By Del. Michael, Argento, Beach, DeLong, Ennis, Perry, Pethtel, Stemple, Swartzmiller, Varner and Yost - Raising revenues by assessments and collections on all breeding age sheep and goats to fund the state's participation in a federal coyote control program (FN) - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

3024.By Del. H. White - Prohibiting political subdivisions from selling certain memorials, markers or monuments in competition with privately owned enterprises - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary