Wednesday, March 23, 2005

3153.By Del. Boggs, Craig and R. M. Thompson - Establishing the crime of railroad vandalism - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

3154.By Del. Louisos - Providing for a study of the option for teachers who withdrew from the State Teachers Retirement System in favor of the Defined Contribution Retirement System, to return to the State Teachers Retirement System - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

3155.By Del. Pethtel, Varner and Stalnaker - Permitting Wetzel County Hospital to provide an alternate retirement plan for new employees in lieu of the Public Employees Retirement System - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

3156.By Del. H. White - Providing for the withdrawal of Jobs for West Virginia's Graduates from PERS - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

3157.By Del. H. White - Directing the Consolidated Public Retirement Board to propose legislative rules and providing that forfeited amounts are to be paid directly to employer where a participating employer no longer contributes to the fund - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

3158.By Del. Iaquinta, Williams, Crosier, Beach, Talbott, Butcher, Morgan, Paxton, Argento, Barker and Miley - Allowing handicapped persons who have lost a hand, or are otherwise incapacitated from using an arm or a hand to hunt with a bow, to hunt with the use of a crossbow - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

3159.By Del. Williams, Stemple, Varner, Kominar, H. White, Perdue and Barker - Allowing hunting on public lands on Sunday - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

3160.By Del. Michael, Mahan and Stalnaker - Authorizing the Consolidated Public Retirement Board to charge delinquency fees approximating lost interest or earnings (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

3161.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) (By Request) - Providing for a potential subsidy of employer share of PEIA payments by certain small government related entities that are required to pay for retirees eligible for PEIA coverage - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

3162.By Del. Caputo, Webster, DeLong, Talbott and Hatfield - Requiring contractors awarded state public works construction projects to meet time restrictions for the completion of a public works construction project - To Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Government Organization

3163.By Del. Campbell, Beach, Morgan, Long and Howard - Prohibiting colleges from requiring students to purchase bundled textbook packages - To Education

3164.By Del. Kominar and H. White - Relating to funding, composition and operation of the West Virginia Affordable Housing Trust Fund - To Government Organization then Finance

3165.By Del. Talbott - Increasing the examination application fee for barbers and cosmetologists - To Government Organization then Finance

3166.By Del. Tabb, Wysong and Doyle - Allowing a fire chief to have a designee serve on an enforcement agency relative to the enforcement of county-adopted ordinances - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

3167.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Mahan, Susman, R. M. Thompson and Sumner - Creating the Beckley-Raleigh county building code authority to establish and enforce a building code for the city of Beckley and Raleigh County - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

3168.By Del. Pino - Providing a base starting pay and retention salary increases for Division of Protective Services law-enforcement officers, excluding the Director and Deputy Director - To Finance

3169.By Del. Barker, Staton and H. White - Increasing the required minimum liability insurance required on a motor vehicle - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

3170.By Del. R. M. Thompson and H. White - Clarifying the definition of money transmission - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

3171.By Del. H. White, R. M. Thompson, Hrutkay, Perry, Azinger and Frich - Permitting the Commissioner to waive or reduce the daily penalty for failure to timely file a tax return with the Insurance Commissioner for excusable neglect - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

3172.By Del. R. M. Thompson (By Request) - Repealing the section which authorized annexation by minor boundary adjustment - To Judiciary

3173.By Del. Wysong, Tabb, Doyle, Marshall, Moore, Stephens and Longstreth - Increasing the penalties for child abuse - To Judiciary

3174.By Del. Amores - Providing that expressions of apology, responsibility, sympathy, condolence or a general sense of benevolence made by a health-care provider to a patient, shall be inadmissable as evidence of admission of liability - To Judiciary

3175.By Del. DeLong, Stalnaker and Webster - Modifying rules regulating greyhound racing in this state whether live or simulcast, the conducting of pari-mutuel wagering, and breeding of greyhounds for racing - To Judiciary

3176.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) and Del. Morgan - Clarifying the exemption for property used by not for profit, tax exempt communities from property taxes - To Judiciary then Finance

3177.By Del. Talbott and Amores - Requiring that employers perform criminal history background checks for employees involved in the installation of home security systems - To Judiciary

3178.By Del. Brown, Amores, Staton, Webster, Hrutkay and Mahan - Relating to domestic violence and clarifying when permanent injunctions and other provisions may be granted in final divorce orders - To Judiciary

3179.By Del. Houston, Beach and Marshall - Establishing the offense of careless driving - To Judiciary

3180.By Del. Hatfield (By Request) - Requiring newspapers to obtain an affidavit from the next of kin before publishing an obituary or death notice - To Judiciary