Thursday, March 24, 2005

3182.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Cann, Stalnaker, Kominar, Michael and Varner - Facilitating the construction of certain public water and sewer infrastructure projects without cost to the public - To Government Organization then Finance

3183.By Del. DeLong - Relating to the disposition of funds from the West Virginia Racing Commission Special Account - Unredeemed Pari-Mutuel Tickets (FN) - To Finance

3184.By Del. Kominar, Webster, Brown, Amores and Craig - Including education related child care expenses in the child support calculation, and eliminating the 25% reduction to the child support adjustment - To Judiciary

3185.By Del. Kominar, Webster, Brown, Amores and Craig - Changing the definition of "substantial change in circumstances" for the purposes of a modification of child support from a 15% change to either a 15% or seventy-five dollar change, whichever is less - To Judiciary

3186.By Del. Browning and Staton - Establishing an Industrial Advisory Board to oversee the application process for pest control certification exams - To Government Organization

3187.By Del. Blair - Providing for reexamination of drivers holding valid drivers licenses who are observed by police officers violating traffic laws or who appear to have caused accidents as the result of negligence or inadequate driving skill - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

3188.By Del. Blair and Schoen - Prohibiting use of a handheld cell phone while driving and to provide a penalty for violations - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

3189.By Del. Blair - Relating to allowing bus operators for county school systems to carry-over years of experience operating buses for purposes of determining seniority - To Education then Finance

3190.By Del. Blair - Relating to authorizing the Commissioner of Highways to sell advertising space on overpasses and bridges - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

3191.By Del. Blair, Overington, Duke and Tabb - Exempting the collection of impact fees by counties from the requirement that a county adopt a comprehensive zoning ordinance before such fees can be collected - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

3192.By Del. Blair - Limiting the racial profiling data collected by law-enforcement officers to five questions - To Judiciary

3193.By Del. Pino, Mahan and Michael - Clarifying the membership makeup of the State Emergency Response Commission and the local emergency planning committees and to increase the cap on the inventory form fee - To Government Organization

3194.By Del. Craig - Relating to inspection of assisted living residences - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

3195.By Del. Carmichael - Requiring that every woman seeking an abortion be given the opportunity to see an ultrasound image of the fetus, and prescribing criminal penalty for violations - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

3196.By Del. Pino - Authorizing county commissions to create a special fund for the purposes of posting bond for certain individuals - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

3197.By Del. Mahan, Stalnaker, Campbell, Staton, Poling, Varner, Boggs, Martin and Hrutkay - Relating to providing for a leave donation program for the president of the West Virginia Troopers' Association - To Finance

3198.By Del. Trump - Repealing the section relating to preparation and distribution of digest of budget bill by Legislature - To Judiciary then Finance

3199.By Del. Boggs - Increasing the civil penalties that may be imposed by the Public Service Commission for pipeline safety violations - To Judiciary

3200.By Del. Boggs - Allowing hospitals to perform abortions only if the mother's life is in imminent danger - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

3201.By Del. Brown, Hunt, Webster, Amores and Hatfield - Relating to the compensation of secretary-clerks to family court judges - To Judiciary then Finance

3202.By Del. Leach (By Request) and Perdue - Relating to the inspection of assisted living residences - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

3203.By Del. Morgan, Craig and Leach - Authorizing the closure of certain existing retirement funds for municipal policemen and firemen and establishment of a defined contribution plan in lieu thereof - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

3204.By Del. Campbell, Amores and Canterbury - Creating an exemption for certain out-of-state dealers and manufacturers from certain license requirements and authorizing certain out-of-state dealers and manufacturers to participate in and sell at certain limited forums in the state - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

3205.By Del. Tabb and Wysong - Requiring employees of licensed private clubs and retail outlets selling alcoholic beverages to take the Techniques for Education and Alcoholic Management (TEAM) course - To Judiciary

3206.By Del. Beane, Webster, Brown, Hatfield, Stalnaker, Butcher, Eldridge, Hrutkay, Perdue, Staton and Trump - Providing a fifteen percent pay increase for employees of the Division of Child Protective Services (FN) - To Finance

3207.By Del. Canterbury (By Request), Walters and Evans - Removing the limitation on the amount of parental liability for acts of vandalism by minors and to set minimum fines and sentences for crimes of destruction of property - To Judiciary

3208.By Del. Trump, Michael, Mahan, Campbell and Ashley - Adjusting the formula by which the Public Service Commission distributes wireless enhanced 911 fee revenues to the counties (FN) - To Finance

3209.By Del. Boggs, Butcher, DeLong, Beach and Wakim - Allowing those members of the Teachers Retirement System who have been called to active duty since September 11, 2001, to repurchase the time by making payments (FN) - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

3210.By Del. Hatfield, Brown and Wells - Permitting employees of the State Board of Education or any county board to educate, counsel or assist any student who seeks information regarding sex education, social expectations or birth control - To Education

3211.By Del. Amores, Browning, Staton, G. White and Craig - Permitting purchasers of motor fuels upon which federal tax is due to delay payment of reimbursement of the taxes to the vendor until the day before the payment is due the Internal Revenue Service - To Judiciary

3212.By Del. R. M. Thompson and Amores - Creating the felony offense of intimidation of and retaliation against informants who provide information to law enforcement officers, and establishing related criminal penalties - To Judiciary

3213.By Del. DeLong, Craig and Amores - Creating the offenses of malicious assault, unlawful assault, battery and recidivism of battery, assault on a driver, conductor, captain or other person in charge of any vehicle used for public conveyance - To Judiciary

3214.By Del. Morgan, Amores, Crosier and Stemple - Relating to the administration of polygraph examinations for risk assessment and treatment purposes to sex offenders who are on probation or parole - To Judiciary

3215.By Del. Mahan, Hatfield, Amores and Marshall - Creation of the Funeral Planning Agent Designation Act - To Judiciary

3216.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Staton, Trump, Amores, Michael and Craig - Describing the scope and limitations of legislative immunity - To Judiciary

3217.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Stemple, Craig, Amores, Varner, Michael, Kominar, Williams, Hunt, Morgan and Boggs - Authorizing magistrates to impose home confinement for certain non-violent offenders in lieu of a bail bond - To Judiciary

3218.By Del. Amores, Craig, Armstead, Caputo, DeLong, Ellem, Mahan, Schadler, Stemple and R. Thompson - Relating to immunities and limitations extended in association with the provision of emergency services - To Judiciary

3219.By Del. Amores, Webster, Caputo, Brown, Hatfield and Marshall - Amending the provisions of the West Virginia Victims of Crime Compensation Act to make it clear that persons holding authority with respect to the victim by power of attorney or other authority have the authority to assert claims - To Judiciary

3220.By Del. Staton - Clarifying the requirements for the cancellation of titles to mobile or manufactured homes affixed the real property of the owner of the home - To Judiciary

3221.By Del. Staton - Eliminating the probate of uncontested small estates and simplifying certain procedures related to the administration of estates - To Judiciary

3222.By Del. Amores, Ellem and Moore - Increasing the composition of the Contractor's Licensing Board by adding a consumer advocate - To Government Organization

3223.By Del. Amores, Long, Craig, Hamilton and Schadler - Relating to the admissibility of certain statements made by a health care provider, or an employee of a health care provider to a patient and providing that these statements be inadmissable as evidence as an admission of liability - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary