Thursday, January 26, 2006

4112.By Del. Schadler, Evans and Rowan - Extending the time for the County Commission of Mineral County, West Virginia, to meet as a levying body - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

4113.By Del. Hamilton, Butcher, Tansill, Poling, Paxton, Ellem, Azinger and Ennis - Relating to the issuance of a special registration plate for veteran recipients of the United States Armed Forces Air Medal - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

4114.By Del. Williams - Providing for a two percent rebate to the taxpayer of the timber severance tax (FN) - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

4115.By Del. Duke, Walters, R. Thompson, Browning, Brown, Hamilton, Anderson, Ellem, Frich, Doyle and Caputo - Allowing additional service credits to retired teachers who were forced to resign, take a leave of absence or otherwise be absent from work due to a pregnancy (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

4116.By Del. Hamilton, Beach, Stevens, Evans, Ellem, Poling, Talbott and Schadler - Increasing the amount of timber that can be sold on state Wildlife Management Areas, without sealed bids, from $500 to $5,000 - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

4117.By Del. Wakim and Howard - Making it a misdemeanor to violate the informed consent requirements for an abortion; and providing criminal penalties for violation - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4118.By Del. Wysong, Doyle and Tabb - Adding one circuit court judge to the twenty-third judicial circuit - To Judiciary then Finance

4119.By Del. Cann, Kominar, Michael, H. White, Browning, Craig, Stalnaker, Poling, G. White and Azinger - Creating the ATV Responsibility Act - To Government Organization then Judiciary

4120.By Del. Michael, Stemple, Boggs, Ashley, Hrutkay, Martin, Swartzmiller, Stalnaker and Evans - Authorizing the termination of water service for delinquent sewer bills where the sewer service is provided by a Homeowners' Association - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

4121.By Del. Azinger, Amores and Craig - Enhancing the penalty for indecent exposure where the victim is a child under the age of fourteen - To Judiciary

4122.By Del. Porter and Lane - Immunizing caretakers and owners of cemeteries from liability to persons injured while visiting a cemetery - To Judiciary

4123.By Del. Michael, Stemple, Boggs, Ashley, Hrutkay, Martin, Swartzmiller, Stalnaker and Evans - Allowing police officers, including public service commission employees, to issue citations to owners of railroad cars and equipment for blocking a public highway railroad grade crossing - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

4124.By Del. Louisos - Providing that a commercial lender, who forecloses upon or repossesses collateral on a loan, must consider the loan paid in full at the time the property is foreclosed upon or repossessed, etc... - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

4125.By Del. Mahan and Overington - Establishing a system for issuing permits for the rehabilitation of orphaned, sick and injured wildlife - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

4126.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) - Relating to retention of seniority for the purpose of seeking reemployment for professional employees whose employment with a county board of education was terminated voluntarily - To Education then Finance

4127.By Del. Sobonya, Moore, Howard, Stevens, Sumner, Rowan and Hamilton - Prohibiting elected or appointed officials from using their name or likeness on publicly-owned vehicles except for ceremonial purposes - To Judiciary

4128.By Del. Hatfield, Caputo, Walters, Martin, Hrutkay, Argento, Perdue and Manchin - Relating to the removal of the exemption for government employees performing electrical work on government property from having to possess an electrician's license - To Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary

4129.By Del. Tabb, Wysong, Doyle, Amores, Poling, Williams, Long, Campbell and Webster - Providing a full disclosure of the percentage of the contribution that will go to the professional solicitor and the percentage of the contribution that will go to the charitable organization - To Judiciary

4130.By Del. Swartzmiller, Michael, Kominar, Stemple, Craig, Ennis and Pethtel - Authorizing jailors and correctional officers to carry firearms while performing their duties - To Judiciary

4131.By Del. Susman, Crosier, Moore, Marshall, R. Thompson, Hatfield, Poling, Longstreth, Martin, Caputo and Paxton - Relating to the Public Service Commission - To Judiciary

4132.By Del. Yost and DeLong - Requiring mandatory alert when natural gas or other petroleum product pipeline facilities are observed in a damaged state during commercial activities in the vicinity of pipeline facilities - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

4133.By Del. Perry, Amores, Craig, Perdue, Campbell, Long, Anderson, Howard and Cann - Clarifying that magistrate courts have concurrent juvenile jurisdiction with circuit courts with regard to enforcement of laws prohibiting the possession or use of tobacco or tobacco products by minors - To Judiciary