Friday, February 24, 2006

4753.By Del. Amores, Staton and Trump - Relating to regulation and procedures for the cleanup of clandestine drug laboratories - To Judiciary

4754.By Del. Caputo, Tucker and Butcher - Providing that personnel carriers used to transport miners must be maintained at the working section - To Judiciary

4755.By Del. Caputo, Tucker and Butcher - Providing that a former director of the WVU School of Mines may be selected to serve on the Mine Inspectors' Examining Board - To Government Organization

4756.By Del. Barker, Eldridge, Louisos and Hrutkay - Exempting certain owners of one hundred acres or less of real property from valuation and assessment as natural resources property - To Judiciary then Finance

4757.By Del. Perdue, R. Thompson, Miley, Kominar, Varner and Leach - Providing subpoena power to the board of review in the Department of Health and Human Resources - To Government Organization

4758.By Del. Amores, Mahan, Schadler and Hrutkay - Allowing the state law enforcement agency to destroy a handgun used in the commission of a homicide - To Judiciary

4759.By Del. Ellem - Prohibiting mandatory arbitration clauses in consumer loan agreements by regulated consumer lenders in the state - To Judiciary

4760.By Del. Ellem - Providing a penalty for employers failing to withhold an employee's income for child support obligations - To Judiciary

4761.By Del. Boggs and Michael - Granting the PSC authority and responsibilities under the Single State Registration System with regard to motor carriers operating in interstate commerce - To Judiciary

4762.By Del. Moore - Creating the Big Creek Cape Coalwood Commission - To Government Organization

4763.By Del. Boggs, Azinger, Butcher, Evans, Stalnaker, Susman and R. M. Thompson - Creating a Transportation Coordinating Council with the Department of Health and Human Resources - To Government Organization then Finance

4764.By Del. Miley and Fragale - Prohibiting the prescription of the drug oxycontin unless directly administered by a licensed physician - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4765.By Del. R. M. Thompson - establishing annual reporting requirements for regulated consumer lenders - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

4766.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Michael and Stalnaker - Providing that mental hygiene commissioners are employees under the Public Employees Retirement System (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

4767.By Del. Frederick, Michael, Carmichael and Hall - Requiring the Attorney General to comply with certain requirements when entering into contracts for legal services - To Finance

4768.By Del. Boggs (By Request) - Regulation of intrastate driving hours of for-hire carriers - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

4769.By Del. Boggs (By Request) - Relating to the payment of privately held public utilities on state funded highway construction projects - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

4770.By Del. Beane, Ellem, Azinger, Border and Anderson - Providing for the compensation of members of municipal fire departments and members of police departments - To Finance

4771.By Del. Azinger - Providing a method in which males may contest allegations or presumptions of biological parentage under certain circumstances - To Judiciary

4772.By Del. Azinger - Reducing the term of office of family court judges to four years - To Judiciary

4773.By Del. Doyle, Tabb and Wysong - Providing additional funding for county Farmland Preservation Protection Programs (FN) - To Finance

4774.By Del. Amores, Schadler and Mahan - Allowing the Secretary of State's Office to amend it rule to allow for the sale of the code of state rules - To Judiciary

4775.By Del. Wysong, Tabb and Doyle - Allowing law-enforcement officers from other states authorized to carry a weapon in the performance of their duties to carry a weapon in West Virginia without a license - To Judiciary

4776.By Del. Leach, Perdue, Susman and Border - Providing immunity from civil damages to a worker, contractor, engineer or architect, who in good faith, provides services for materials, without remuneration, to build or install basic universal design features in accordance with applicable codes and state and federal laws - To Judiciary

4777.By Del. Talbott, Amores and R. Thompson - Prohibiting out-of-state persons or business entities from soliciting business by written advertisement in this sate under certain circumstances - To Judiciary

4778.By Del. Cann, Webster, Staton, Perdue, Amores and Craig - Authorizing counties and municipalities to enact ordinances regulating the locations of limited video lottery machines - To Government Organization then Judiciary

4779.By Del. Moore - Prohibiting the exposure of any game that has been gutted or cleaned from the public's view when possible - To Judiciary

4780.By Del. Spencer - Changing the compulsory school attendance for children in the state from sixteen to eighteen years of age - To Education

4781.By Del. Varner, Kominar, Cann, Craig, Williams, Talbott, Pino, Stemple, Amores and Michael - Including inventories of vehicles held as rental cars in the special method for appraising dealer vehicle inventory - To Judiciary

4782.By Del. Williams - Providing a salary supplement for providers of medicaid eligible services in the public schools and the financing thereof (FN) - To Education then Finance

4783.By Del. Long, Moore, Tabb, Hrutkay and Ellem - Allowing municipal courts the option to participate in county teen court program, with the approval of the municipality - To Judiciary

4784.By Del. Campbell - Eliminating the severance tax and the health care provider tax on behavior health providers (FN) - To Finance

4785.By Del. Marshall, Stephens, Louisos, Poling, Spencer, Wysong, Wells, Longstreth, Sumner and Fragale - Allowing school service personnel the opportunity to vote on giving transfer preference to employees from a merged school - To Education then Finance

4786.By Del. Beane and Ennis - Changing the method of calculating the taxable wage base for unemployment compensation (FN) - To Finance

4787.By Del. Barker, Argento, Manchin and Fragale - Permitting employee organizations to obtain state employees' home addresses in certain circumstances - To Judiciary

4788.By Del. Beane and Ennis - Providing for the recouping part of the cost of cleaning up illegal solid waste dumps by the Solid Waste Management Board - To Government Organization

4789.By Del. Doyle and DeLong - Expanding the membership of the Racing Commission and reorganizing the administrative functions (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance

4790.By Del. Hatfield - Prescribing and modifying the duties of the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Resources in child welfare placement - To Government Organization

4791.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss), Del. Swartzmiller, Browning, Hartman, Boggs, Varner, Williams, Beane, Michael and Beach - Giving counties plenary power to impose, administer, collect and enforce payment of voter approved service fees - To Finance

4792.By Del. Amores, H. White, Azinger and Moore - Authorizing the purchasing of certain services from a bank or trust company or an affiliate of a bank or trust company - To Judiciary

4793.By Del. Browning and Staton - Authorizing the Tourism Commission the use of the tourism promotion fund to support the 2006 Washington D.C. advertising campaign - To Finance

4794.By Del. Beane and Ennis - Allowing the commissioner of the bureau of employment programs the authority to revoke a business registration certificate of an employer in default (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

4795.By Del. Beane and Ennis - Requiring the board of examiners in counseling to do background checks on licensees through the FBI - To Government Organization

4796.By Del. Palumbo and Morgan - Decreasing the consumer sales tax on food to one percent (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

4797.By Del. Border and Armstead - Eliminating fees charged by the Criminal Identification Bureau to the State Police for providing certain information to volunteer fire departments (FN) - To Finance

4798.By Del. Miley and Fragale - Prohibiting registered sex offenders from entering schools without permission - To Education

4799.By Del. Frederick and Craig - Establishing a mandatory drug and alcohol testing program for coal miners - To Judiciary

4800.By Del. Overington - Clarifying public library board service areas as determined by the Library Commission - To Government Organization

4801.By Del. Trump and Staton - Relating to unfair trade practices of residential real estate developers - To Judiciary

4802.By Del. Overington, Blair and Trump - Prohibiting project labor agreements on state-funded construction projects - To Judiciary

4803.By Del. Hall - Allowing individuals to reduce their federal adjusted gross income for nonreimbursable employee expenses - To Finance

4804.By Del. Frederick - Relating to drilling gas wells near active coal mines - To Judiciary

4805.By Del. Boggs - Creating a new public transportation system license plate to replace the mix of municipal, county and state plates - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

4806.By Del. Blair, Wakim and Trump - Requiring that motor vehicle insurance certificate may be issued only for the time period for which the insured pays for coverage - To Judiciary

4807.By Del. Sobonya, Schadler, Howard, Stephens, Perdue, Leach, Border, Martin, Morgan, Sumner and Stevens - Exempting physicians from obtaining medicaid preauthorization before dispensing or prescribing medications for treatments of cancer (FN) - To Finance

4808.By Del. Fragale, Iaquinta, Eldridge, Stalnaker and Miley - Requiring that the State School Board ensure that no class size for grades seven through twelve be greater than twenty-five students to every one teacher - To Education then Finance

4809.By Del. Beane, Pino, Talbott, Williams, Beach, Paxton and Leggett - Providing for the inclusion of certain proficiency tests as a part of the standardized testing required of private, parochial or church schools - To Education

4810.By Del. R. Thompson and Perdue - Increasing the time period after which a governing body of a utility may shut off and discontinue water services - To Judiciary

4811.By Del. Eldridge - Providing for the option of an orchiectomy for male child molesters upon second offense conviction - To Judiciary

4812.By Del. Tansill and Trump - Establishing a requirement that voters identify themselves prior to casting a vote - To Judiciary

4813.By Del. Yost - Defining limited use residence elevators in public places - To Government Organization

4814.By Del. Manchin, Caputo and Longstreth - Providing for a five percent cap on any increase in one year for periodic valuations and assessments or real and personal property - To Judiciary then Finance

4815.By Del. Blair, Wakim, Duke, Overington and Roberts - Providing that approved member requests for budget digest funds shall be distributed equally - To Finance

4816.By Del. Doyle - Conforming West Virginia's consumers sales and use tax law to requirements of Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement (FN) - To Finance

4817.By Del. Cann - Authorizing Harrison County court to use unexpended funds to acquire a new fire fighter's school building - To Judiciary

4818.By Del. Overington and Blair - Prohibiting county farmland preservation boards from purchasing land without the permission of the county commission - To Government Organization

4819.By Del. Marshall, Eldridge, Miley, Manchin, Caputo, DeLong, Webster, Brown and Walters - Relating to consumer protection generally - To Judiciary

4820.By Del. Stemple, Swartzmiller and Crosier - Regulating the possession and sale of exotic animals - To Judiciary

4821.By Del. Campbell, Williams, Cann and Perry - Providing all public retirees a one-time increase of six percent (FN) - To Finance

4822.By Del. Miley and Fragale - Providing felony penalties for certain persons convicted of fleeing a law-enforcement officer - To Judiciary

4823.By Del. Miley - Requiring that insurance rates be rolled back by specific percentages - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

4824.By Del. Miley - Requiring that rate filings contain data for informational purposes - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

4825.By Del. Campbell, Williams, Stalnaker, Cann and Perry - Providing all public employees a six percent pay raise - To Finance

4826.By Del. Caputo - Requiring the State Board of Education to promulgate rule implementing a tornado safety awareness plan in public schools - To Education

4827.By Del. Miley - Prohibiting the number of inquiries reflected in a credit report from adversely affecting an application for insurance - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

4828.By Del. Miley - Making the Office of Consumer Advocacy independent of the Insurance Commission - To Government Organization

4829.By Del. Stephens - Authorizing home incarceration supervisors to arrest persons who obstruct them in the performance of their duties - To Judiciary

4830.By Del. Beane and Ennis - Relating to the required number of continuing education hour for osteopathic physician assistants - To Government Organization

4831.By Del. Azinger - Exempting from the consumers sales and service tax any sales of medicines by a physician in the treatment of a patient in his or her office - To Finance

4832.By Del. Sobonya, Lane, Howard, Hamilton, Stephens, Eldridge, Moore and Sumner - Prohibiting the allocation of moneys from the Tourism Promotion Fund to racetracks that have gaming machines on the premises - To Judiciary then Finance

4833.By Del. Spencer - Relating to the information to be contained in the commission at-risk registry of deaf and hearing impaired children - To Government Organization

4834.By Del. Spencer - Creating the West Virginia Meth Free Act - To Judiciary

4835.By Del. Lane, Overington, Walters, Sobonya, Blair, Sumner, Trump, Armstead and Carmichael - Requiring the Joint Committee on Government and Finance approve any proposed settlement involving the Office of the Attorney General - To Judiciary then Finance

4836.By Del. Kominar, Craig, H. White and Stalnaker - Providing authorization for private citizens to file certain criminal complaints directly with the magistrate court - To Judiciary

4837.By Del. R. M. Thompson, Beach, Hamilton, Hrutkay, Iaquinta, Morgan, Perry, G. White and H. White - Raising the fees for licensing money-service businesses (FN) - To Finance

4838.By Del. Kominar - Relating to calculating child support under the extended shared parenting plan - To Judiciary

4839.By Del. Swartzmiller - Clarifying the definition of final average salary for Deputy Sheriff Retirement System (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance

4840.By Del. Swartzmiller - Eliminating any reduction in the benefit of a deputy sheriff who is disabled on the job - To Finance

4841.By Del. Lane - Repealing the section regarding a head tax on dogs - To Judiciary

4842.By Del. Proudfoot, Amores, Craig and Trump - Updating the terms of the West Virginia Skiing Responsibility Act - To Judiciary

4843.By Del. Staton and Browning - Transferring control of the McDowell County Corrections Facility to the West Virginia Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority - To Judiciary

4844.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) and Del. Stalnaker - Service credit for certain temporary legislative employees - To Finance

4845.By Del. Hunt - Including oral or written inquiry of a patient about possession, ownership or storage of firearms as a reason for invoking disciplinary proceedings against physicians, podiatrists, and osteopathic physicians and surgeons - To Government Organization

4851.By Del. Stemple, Varner and Kominar - Contacts to allow the payment of capital costs of expansions or new construction of public utility facilities in exchange for reservations of capacity in these new facilities - To Government Organization

4852.By Del. Stemple, Varner and Kominar - Permitting those who have business interest before a planning commission to serve on a planning commission without conflict of interest when recusal occurs - To Government Organization

4853.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Kiss) (By Request) - Increasing the cap on the inventory form fee - To Judiciary