Wednesday, February 1, 2006

4312.By Del. Staton, Trump, Mahan and Brown - Increasing the compensation of child support enforcement attorneys - To Judiciary then Finance

4313.By Del. Brown, Amores, Howard and Longstreth - Relating to petitions of appeal of domestic violence emergency protective orders - To Judiciary

4314.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Swartzmiller, Yost, Schadler, Wakim, Caputo, Amores, Michael, G. White and Wells - Relating to local option elections on whether table games will be allowed at existing licensed pari-mutuel racetracks (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

4315.By Del. Trump - Ensuring that medical workers have the right to refuse to participate in any abortion-related activity without fear of disciplinary action or dismissal - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4316.By Del. G. White, Beane, DeLong, Ennis, Yost, Varner and Wakim - Eliminating the requirement that certain actions involving the state must be prosecuted in Kanawha County - To Judiciary

4317.By Del. Hamilton, Poling, Stalnaker, H. White and Butcher - Prohibiting the willful obstruction or impediment of a funeral or interment service - To Judiciary

4318.By Del. Stalnaker, H. White and Campbell - Redirecting fines for cemetery vandalism back to cemeteries to be used for damage repair - To Judiciary

4319.By Del. Stalnaker and H. White - Relating to equally compensating all state magistrates (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

4320.By Del. Brown and Hatfield - Providing that a firefighter who is medically disqualified from service in the Air National Guard shall not be discharged as a firefighter if he or she has been cleared to return to work by a physician - To Judiciary

4321.By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Staton, Browning, R. Thompson and Stemple - Relating to definitions and modifications of exemptions from notification and licensure with respect to lead abatement - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4322.By Del. R. Thompson and Perdue - Removing the severance tax for timber (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

4323.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Perdue, Manchin, Canterbury, Hatfield, Amores, Staton, R. Thompson, Doyle, Paxton and Browning - Providing a felony penalty for a mine inspector who knowingly and intentionally makes a false statement or representation in a report - To Judiciary

4324.By Del. Craig, Brown, Amores, Mahan, Azinger, Hrutkay, Moore, Armstead, Sobonya, Howard and Hamilton - Relating to use of public funds and resources by public officials for promotional purposes - To Judiciary

4325.By Del. Louisos - Increasing supplemental benefits to certain teacher retirement annuitants - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

4326.By Del. Beach, Perry, Paxton, Kominar, Varner, Houston and Swartzmiller - Enacting the Drug Dealer Liability Act - To Judiciary

4327.By Del. Stalnaker, H. White and Campbell - Utilizing the Amber Alert system to locate missing Alzheimer's disease patients - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4328.By Del. Howard, Sobonya, Craig and Morgan - Increasing the penalty for manufacturing, delivering, or possessing with intent to manufacture or deliver any Schedule I or II narcotic drug - To Judiciary

4329.By Del. Boggs, Perry and Romine - Providing for alternative methods of verification of tax payment - To Judiciary then Finance

4330.By Del. Louisos - Providing limitations on budget increases - To Judiciary then Finance

4331.By Del. Azinger and Beane - Removing the "within two years" time restriction in which an application by a former police officer or firefighter, thirty-five years old or older, who previously resigned, may submit an application for reinstatement - To Judiciary

4332.By Del. Stalnaker, Poling, Campbell and H. White - Capping premium increases for Public Employees Insurance Agency retirees at five percent - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

4333.By Del. Manchin, Proudfoot, Browning, Walters, Miley, Yost and Swartzmiller - Prohibiting discrimination against the location of factory-built housing by units of local government - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

4334.By Del. Lane, Porter and Sumner - Eliminating the sales tax on food and imposing a sales tax on services except medical services, after the thirtieth day of June, two thousand six (FN) - To Finance

4335.By Del. Evans - Providing that health facilities that provide abortions shall not only be fined, but also for taking any other actions which are not in accordance with the best practices of care as determined by the Department of Health and Human Resources - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4336.By Del. Craig, Amores, Morgan, Leach and Varner - Creating the office of State Energy Coordinator in the Office of the Governor - To Government Organization then Finance

4337.By Del. Hamilton, Beach, Evans, Tabb, Talbott, Stemple, Argento, Tansill, Williams and Poling - Allowing one to carry an uncased or loaded gun in the woods of this state to hunt coyotes in the open season - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

4338.By Del. Boggs and Mahan - Prescribing minimum standards for municipal judges - To Judiciary

4339.By Del. Staton and Browning - Requiring surveillance cameras in the common areas of all K-12 schools - To Education then Finance

4340.By Del. Beane and G. White - Requiring circuit judges to order repayment of the costs of representation provided by the public defender system under certain circumstances - To Government Organization

4341.By Del. Schadler, Williams and Leggett - Requiring that instructional support and enhancement days are held twice before December thirty-first, and three times after January first of the instructional term - To Education then Finance

4342.By Del. Louisos - Providing for the issuance of free motor vehicle registration plates to any retired member of the United States Armed Services - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

4343.By Del. Staton and Browning - Prohibiting the West Virginia Parkways, Economic Development and Tourism Authority from issuing new bonds once current bonds have been repaid, to prohibit it from refinancing existing bonds and to terminate the parkways authority - To Government Organization then Finance

4344.By Del. Porter, Sumner and Lane - Modifying the West Virginia Parkways, Economic Development and Tourism Authority's power and authority to charge tolls and issue bonds - To Government Organization then Finance

4345.By Del. Stalnaker (By Request) - Allowing nonprofit organizations to hold up to two charitable Texas hold'em tournaments per year - To Judiciary then Finance

4346.By Del. Louisos - Prohibiting the payment for the abortion-inducing drug RU-486 as a benefit under any health care insurance plan offered by the state to public employees - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4347.By Del. Lane - Increasing supplemental benefits to certain teacher retirement annuitants and to increasing teacher's salaries (FN) - To Education then Finance

4348.By Del. Craig, Long, Amores, Sobonya, Pino, Trump, Armstead, Michael, Kominar, Howard and Morgan - Relating to limitations for certain asbestos claims - To Judiciary