Friday, January 19, 2007

2316.By Del. Carmichael, Walters and Armstead - Changing the PROMISE Scholarship Program to the PROMISE Forgivable Student Loan Program and establishing deferment and forgiveness conditions - To Education then Finance

2317.By Del. Barker, Hrutkay and Eldridge - Providing that utility trailer registration plates are midsized relative to automobile registration plates and motorcycle plates - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

2318.By Del. Marshall, Eldridge, Miley, Caputo, Brown and Walters - Relating to consumer protection generally - To Judiciary

2319.By Del. Barker and Eldridge - Lying to a deputy sheriff or municipal police officer who is conducting an investigation of a felony, is a misdemeanor - To Judiciary

2320.By Del. Pino - Clarifying that the sheriff is the appointing officer with respect to deputy sheriffs who have resigned and thereafter seek appointment by reinstatement - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2321.By Del. Talbott - Increasing the penalties for discarding trash on land and in streams - To Judiciary

2322.By Del. Iaquinta - Requiring the use of helmets by skateboarders - To Judiciary

2323.By Del. Swartzmiller - Effecting technical corrections to the deputy sheriff retirement system (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2324.By Del. Ennis - Allowing spouses who are employed by the same county board of education to transfer unlimited accumulated sick leave to each other - To Education then Finance

2325.By Del. Lane - Prohibiting municipalities from imposing user fees on persons who reside outside the municipality (FN) - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2326.By Del. Schadler - Authorizing medication administration by unlicensed personnel of nursing homes - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

2327.By Del. Caputo and Martin - Increasing the opportunity for a more equitable body for the hearing of grievances made by state and education employees - To Education then Government Organization

2328.By Del. Perdue, Walters, Eldridge, Hatfield, Wysong and Stalnaker - Requiring licensure of pharmacy benefit managers - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

2329.By Del. Cann - Providing additional state minimum salary for certain teachers - To Education then Finance

2330.By Del. Caputo - Providing for the use of neck braces by football players in interscholastic athletic football events - To Education then Judiciary

2331.By Del. Ellem, Proudfoot and Hamilton - Authorizing law-enforcement officials to deputize law-enforcement personnel employed by out-of-state jurisdictions (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2332.By Del. Perry, Amores, Craig, Perdue, Campbell, Anderson, Cann and Long - Clarifying that magistrate courts have concurrent jurisdiction with circuit courts with laws prohibiting the use of tobacco by minors - To Judiciary

2333.By Del. Stalnaker - Making elder-care and in-home health care available to all seniors aged sixty-five or older, on a sliding fee scale (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

2334.By Del. Stalnaker - Preventing political subdivisions of the state from selling goods in competition with private businesses - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2335.By Del. Swartzmiller and Stemple - Relating to prohibiting deputy sheriffs from engaging in political activities - To Judiciary

2336.By Del. Marshall, Spencer, 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

2337.By Del. Brown and Perdue - Providing requirements for the tethering of a dog - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

2338.By Del. Perry, Hartman, Crosier, Stemple, Canterbury, Campbell, Kominar, Browning and Frederick - Requiring the State Board of Education to create a school drug safety program (FN) - To Education then Finance

2339.By Del. Argento, Barker and Eldridge - Abolishing the requirement that a county's governing body adopt a comprehensive plan before enacting a subdivision and land development ordinance - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

2340.By Del. Argento, Eldridge, Shaver, Wysong, Swartzmiller, Wells and Stemple - Allowing the Superintendent of the State Police to charge a one hundred dollar motor vehicle inspection facility application fee (FN) - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

2341.By Del. Michael - Defining the term farm woodland and providing that selective commercial harvesting of mature timber is permitted under the "Farmland Preservation Act" - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

2342.By Del. DeLong, Iaquinta, Stemple, Fragale, Doyle and Martin - Creating the West Virginia Military Family Relief Fund (FN) - To Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

2343.By Del. Hamilton, Iaquinta, Azinger and Browning - Exempting one motor vehicle owned by a resident of this state on active duty in the United States military from ad valorem taxes for any taxable year the person is in the military (FN) - To Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

2344.By Del. Stalnaker and White - Relating to equally compensating all state magistrates (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2345.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Exempting one motor vehicle owned by a state resident on active duty from ad valorem taxes (FN) - To Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

2346.By Del. Marshall, Hatfield, Caputo, Paxton, Shook, Martin, Tucker and Perdue - Prohibiting certain employers from meeting and communicating with employees regarding the employer's political, religious, or labor organizing activities - To Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary

2347.By Del. Doyle - Prohibiting sale at full retail price of any damaged container or canned goods - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

2348.By Del. Stemple, Webster, Mahan, Varner, Cann, Pethtel, Shaver, Kominar, Argento, Beach and Crosier - Prohibiting the seizure of lawfully carried firearms during a proclaimed state of emergency - To Judiciary

2349.By Del. Ennis, Talbott and Blair - Continuing the Board of Registration for Sanitarians - To Government Organization

2350.By Del. Overington, Lane, Duke, Miller, J., Andes, Sumner, Carmichael, Blair, Armstead, Rowan and Cowles - Eliminating the sales tax on food (FN) - To Finance

2351.By Del. Stalnaker, White and Campbell - Redirecting fines for cemetery vandalism back to cemeteries to be used for damage repair - To Judiciary

2352.By Del. Doyle - Removing the exemption from planning and zoning restrictions for mining and manufacturing activities and uses (FN) - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2353.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Authorizing the transfer of a portion of the reserve of the Public Employees Insurance Agency to the West Virginia Retiree Health Benefit Trust Fund - To Government Organization then Finance

2354.By Del. Stalnaker and Campbell - Capping premium increases for Public Employees Insurance Agency retirees at five percent (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2355.By Del. Doyle - Providing that actions in which the state is a party be brought in the county which is affected or related to the controversy - To Judiciary

2356.By Del. Doyle - Establishing a secure residential school for juvenile status offenders (FN) - To Education then Finance

2357.By Del. Marshall, Caputo, Beach and Hatfield - Limiting the exemption given to buildings used wholly as dwelling houses for no more than two families to those buildings only when owner-occupied - To Government Organization then Judiciary

2358.By Del. Miley - Increasing the minimum required insurance on certain for-hire vehicles - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

2359.By Del. Hatfield and Mahan - Prohibiting certain nursing homes from using state funds for activities unrelated to the provision of health care services - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

2360.By Del. Miley - Increasing certain penalties for persons convicted of domestic battery and domestic assault - To Judiciary

2361.By Del. Miley - Relating to the manufacture, sale, possession, distribution, furnishing or giving away of nonintoxicating beer contrary to law in unlicensed establishments - To Judiciary

2362.By Del. Michael - Repealing the Downtown Redevelopment District Act - To Judiciary

2363.By Del. Michael - Allowing mental hygiene commissioners to carry concealed weapons - To Judiciary

2364.By Del. Doyle - Uniform Premarital Agreement Act - To Judiciary

2365.By Del. Stalnaker - Allowing teachers who transfer out-of-state service credit to apply up to seven years towards eligibility for retirement (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2366.By Del. Ellem and Azinger - Exempting one motor vehicle owned by a volunteer fireman from personal property taxation (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2367.By Del. Iaquinta, Talbott, Martin, Fragale, Barker and Miley - Requiring the Division of Highways to remediate any waste tire pile in the state consisting of more than twenty-five tires (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2368.By Del. Romine and Schoen - Prohibiting the performance of any abortion when the woman seeking it is doing so solely on account of the gender of the fetus - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

2369.By Del. Rowan and Porter - Requiring physicians performing abortions take steps designed to save the life of any aborted live fetus - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

2370.By Del. Stalnaker - Requiring that a criminal defendant's right to a jury trial in misdemeanor cases is forever waived unless requested within twenty days of initial appearance - To Judiciary

2371.By Del. Amores, Doyle, Caputo, Brown, Lane, Ellem, Perdue, Browning, Moore, DeLong and Fleischauer - Providing an alternative public funding option of election campaigns for candidates for the state Senate and House of Delegates (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance