Monday, February 6, 2006

4394.By Del. Staton and Browning - Designating the first day of April of each year as "Coal Miners Memorial Day" and making it a state holiday - To Government Organization then Finance

4395.By Del. Sumner, Duke and Sobonya - Clarifying that employees who work longer than eight hour days are not charged leave time for the extra hours off (FN) - To Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary

4396.By Del. Argento, DeLong, Stemple, Martin, Talbott, Fragale and Beach - Including persons who participate in or who contribute to taking a person's identity with fraudulent intent - To Judiciary

4397.By Del. Louisos - Relating to contested cases under the Administrative Procedures Act - To Judiciary

4398.By Del. Campbell, Williams, Perry, Beach, Leggett, Tansill, Wysong, Poling, Paxton and Canterbury - Improving the capacity of county boards of education to provide school health services - To Education then Finance

4399.By Del. G. White and Ennis - Preventing a new resident of the state from avoiding purchase of a West Virginia license plate by claiming that the vehicle is "borrowed" from a resident of another state - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

4400.By Del. Campbell, Williams, Eldridge, Hrutkay, Stemple, Paxton, Leggett and Martin - Authorizing certain students receiving instruction in fly fishing to fly fish while under the supervision of an instructor without obtaining a license - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

4401.By Del. Howard and Sobonya - Changing the way that the cost of incarcerating inmates in regional jails is collected - To Judiciary then Finance

4402.By Del. Louisos - Relating to rates charged by cable television systems - To Government Organization then Finance

4403.By Del. Perry, Susman, Proudfoot, Varner, Hrutkay, Stephens, Crosier, Hartman and Longstreth - Providing retention salary increases for Division of Corrections and the Division of Juvenile Services employees (FN) - To Finance

4404.By Del. Boggs and Kominar - Providing that indemnity agreements in motor carrier transportation contracts are void and unenforceable as against public policy - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

4405.By Del. Morgan and Amores - Increasing the percentage a liquor retail licensee may charge licensed clubs and the general public to one hundred twenty percent of cost - To Judiciary

4406.By Del. Perry, Pino, Beach, Williams, Duke, Campbell, Poling and Sumner - Removing the requirement to evaluate certain classroom teachers at least every three years - To Education

4407.By Del. Beane - Requiring the board of osteopathy to cause criminal background checks on licensees - To Government Organization

4408.By Del. Ashley - Prohibiting cloning human embryos in state medical schools, colleges or universities - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4409.By Del. Howard - Relating to the nonpartisan elections of justices of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals and circuit court judges - To Judiciary

4410.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) and Del. Trump [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to the appointment, temporary promotion and compensation of the membership of the West Virginia State Police (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance

4411.By Del. Pino, Boggs, Frich, Lane, Hall, Sobonya, Armstead, Michael, DeLong and Susman - Relating to parental involvement in the minor's decision to obtain an abortion - To Judiciary

4412.By Del. Spencer - Providing an exemption of ten thousand dollars of the valuation of motor vehicles for personal property taxation purposes (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

4413.By Del. Louisos - Making a person convicted of first or second degree murder of a law-enforcement officer, under certain circumstances, punishable by death - To Judiciary then Finance

4414.By Del. Amores, Pethtel, Argento, Varner, Williams, Mahan, Craig, DeLong, Morgan, R. Thompson and Stemple - Providing criminal penalties for violating a peace bond - To Judiciary

4415.By Del. Doyle, Palumbo, Wells, Webster, Amores, Brown and G. White - Adding "craft beer" to the state definition of "nonintoxicating beer" - To Judiciary

4416.By Del. Hunt - Preventing the recordation of fraudulent deeds - To Judiciary

4417.By Del. Hunt - Relating to state park campsite discounts for disabled persons - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

4418.By Del. Hunt - Increasing the homestead exemption up to the value of fifty thousand dollars effective July 1, 2006; and providing that a homestead is not exempt from liens or other debts and liabilities for hospital or medical expenses - To Judiciary

4419.By Del. Hunt - Enhancing penalties for crimes against the elderly - To Judiciary

4420.By Del. Hunt - Requiring commercial entities who maintain databases containing resident individuals' personal information, to notify a resident individual, in writing, whenever the individual's personal information has been compromised - To Judiciary

4421.By Del. Amores - Establishing the deadline for redeeming real estate sold for delinquent taxes - To Judiciary

4422.By Del. Hunt - Providing that the applicable statute of limitations is tolled as to all potential third-party defendants after an initial tortfeasor is sued - To Judiciary

4423.By Del. Eldridge, Marshall, Miley, Caputo, DeLong, Manchin, Webster, Brown and Perdue - Prohibiting the use of a person's credit history in insurance transactions - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

4424.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Iaquinta, Long, Poling, Perdue, Talbott, Morgan, Palumbo, Fragale and Tansill - Increasing the excise tax on tobacco products - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

4425.By Del. Hunt - Requiring that wine distributorships be divided into territories - To Judiciary

4426.By Del. Eldridge, Marshall, Miley, Manchin, DeLong, Caputo and Webster - Relating to credit card solicitation on college campuses - To Judiciary

4427.By Del. Hunt - Enacting the Elder and Mental Retardation Offense Registration Act - To Judiciary

4428.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Morgan, Craig, Amores, G. White, Overington, Trump, Sobonya, Palumbo and Ashley - Creating an exemption for purchases of back-to-school clothing and school supplies by consumers during a three-day period in August, two thousand six - To Finance

4429.By Del. Mahan and Sumner - Providing for the installation of land-based telephone service along portions of the West Virginia Turnpike where no cellular telephone service exists (FN) - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

4430.By Del. Beach, Hamilton, Perry and Varner - Exempting magistrates from the licensing requirements for carrying a concealed weapon - To Judiciary

4431.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) and Del. Staton - Allowing the clerk of the county commission to set reasonable fees charged for electronic or other medium versions of documents recorded in the office of clerk of the county commission - To Judiciary

4432.By Del. Amores - Relating to security by nonresidents for costs - To Judiciary

4433.By Del. Craig, Leach and Morgan - Establishing the western West Virginia Highway Authority to include representatives from Cabell, Mason, Jackson, Putnam and Wayne counties - To Government Organization then Finance

4434.By Del. Craig, Leach and Morgan - Relating to costs assessed against certain criminal defendants in municipal courts - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

4435.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) and Del. Palumbo - Eliminating the legal doctrine of "constructive exhaustion" relative to an insured's claim for underinsurance under his or her motor vehicle insurance policy - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary