Thursday, February 8, 2007

2917.By Del. Caputo, DeLong, Fragale, Hatfield, Hrutkay, Morgan, Poling, M., Varner, White, Boggs and Kominar - Repealing the requirement in the Consumers Sales and Service Tax and the Personal Income Tax that require the accelerated payment of those taxes in the month of June - To Finance

2918.By Del. Cann, Kominar, Williams, Shaver, Stalnaker, Pethtel, Miley, Iaquinta, Moye, Perry and Beach - Authorizing county boards of education to pay five hundred dollars to any service employee who gives notification of resignation or retirement - To Education then Finance

2919.By Del. Sobonya, Longstreth, Sumner, Rowan, Miller, C., Miller, J. and Reynolds - Requiring person incarcerated for sex offenses to register as such at the time they are incarcerated - To Judiciary

2920.By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Rowan and Lane - Subjecting persons convicted of sexual crimes against a minor to "GPS" monitoring (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2921.By Del. Sobonya, Lane, Sumner, Moore, Rowan, Miller, C., Reynolds, Duke and Ellem - Including additional information on the sex offender registry - To Judiciary

2922.By Del. Sobonya, Rowan and Miller, C. - Relating to exempting physicians from obtaining Medicaid preauthorization for certain medical conditions (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

2923.By Del. Rodighiero, Ellis, Hrutkay, Morgan, Eldridge, Shook and Reynolds - Increasing penalties for the illegal killing, taking, or possessing of certain wildlife - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

2924.By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Stephens, Moore, Long, Morgan, Craig, Rowan and Lane - Eliminating good time for persons convicted of sex crimes involving minor children - To Judiciary

2925.By Del. Sobonya, Stephens, Moore, Long, Rowan, Miller, C., Reynolds and Ellem - Changing the way that the cost of incarcerating inmates in regional jails is collected - To Judiciary then Finance

2926.By Del. Brown, Hatfield, Mahan, Guthrie, Staggers, Fleischauer and Marshall - Relating to providing notification that a domestic violence protective order has been extended - To Judiciary

2927.By Del. Sobonya, Stephens, Sumner, Moore, Long, Miller, C., Morgan, Craig, Rowan, Reynolds and Duke - Exempting certain income received by retired federal employees from the personal income tax - To Finance

2928.By Del. Sobonya, Longstreth, Sumner, Stephens, Reynolds, Rowan, Moore, Morgan, Craig and Miller, C. - Increasing the penalty for driving under the influence causing death - To Judiciary

2929.By Del. Sobonya, Stephens, Rowan and Miller, C. - Creating the felony offense of unlawful possession of cocaine - To Judiciary

2930.By Del. Sobonya, Stephens, Moore, Rowan, Morgan, Miller, C. and Reynolds - Providing that an applicant for a farm use exemption certificate may not be required to appear before any assessor for renewal - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

2931.By Del. Wysong, Tabb, Longstreth, Iaquinta, Poling, M., Shaver and Perry - Providing for payment of tuition and fees for members of the West Virginia National Guard enrolled in graduate study - To Education then Finance

2932.By Del. Webster, Perry, Long, Williams, Perdue, Amores, Beach, Armstead, Morgan, Stemple and Caputo - Protecting incapacitated persons and the elderly - To Judiciary

2933.By Del. Hatfield, Guthrie and Hrutkay - Exempting for nursing licensing provisions the care of the sick when done in connection with the practice of religious tenets - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

2934.By Del. Morgan and Webster - Adding "craft beer" to the state definition of "nonintoxicating beer" - To Judiciary

2935.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

2936.By Del. Craig and Reynolds - Providing that home confinement officers covered under the Public Employees Retirement System may retire at age fifty (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2937.By Del. Poling, M. (By Request) - Requiring certain professional development to also be consistent with school and county strategic plans - To Education

2938.By Del. Boggs, Poling, M., Tucker, Martin, Stemple, Fragale, Paxton, Perry, Evans and Poling, D. - Including motor carrier inspectors and enforcement officers in the definition of law-enforcement officer - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

2939.By Del. Poling, M. (By Request) - Relating to alternative education programs for certified teachers to obtain additional endorsement - To Education then Judiciary

2940.By Del. Cann, Kominar, White, Beach, Barker, Perry, Perdue and Evans - Increasing the age of dependents for health insurance coverage (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

2941.By Del. Klempa - Providing an exemption from mandatory immunizations for good cause or due to impossibility or religious beliefs - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

2942.By Del. Rodighiero, Ellis, Hrutkay, Burdiss, Shook, Barker, Staggers and Eldridge - Relating to the reduction of state income taxes for certain state and federal retirees by increasing the exemption on retirement income (FN) - To Finance

2943.By Del. Ellem, Border, Blair, Anderson, Azinger and Poling, D. - Joint Parenting Act - To Judiciary

2944.By Del. Hatfield, Fleischauer, Wysong, Marshall, Hrutkay, Eldridge, Boggs, Spencer, Guthrie and Rowan - Enhancing the end-of-life care given to residents of nursing homes - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

2945.By Del. Klempa, Moore, Poling, D., Rodighiero, Ellis, Iaquinta, Miller, J., Pethtel, Fragale and Hutchins - Providing for tax credits for apprenticeship training in construction trades (FN) - To Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance

2946.By Del. Burdiss, Klempa, Kessler, Hrutkay, Rodighiero, Ellis, Moye, Shook, Staggers, Poling, D. and Poling, M. - Removing the five year coalbed methane severance tax exemption (FN) - To Finance

2947.By Del. Spencer, Palumbo, Guthrie, Hatfield and Poling, M. - Requiring the Ethics Commission to investigate allegations of legislators, staff and lobbyist offering to serve alcoholic beverages to persons under twenty-one years of age - To Judiciary

2948.By Del. Border and Perdue - Authorizing the issuance of special license plates for pharmacists - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

2949.By Del. Marshall, Beach, Fleischauer and Shook - Increasing compensation of school service personnel and rectifying inequities in the salary schedule and pay grades (FN) - To Education then Finance

2950.By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Miller, C., Long, Rowan, Duke and Ellem - Relating to nonpartisan election of justices of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals and circuit court judges - To Judiciary

2951.By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Stephens, Longstreth, Reynolds, Moore, Long, Miller, C., Morgan and Rowan - Exempting certain recipients of military medals of valor from special registration plate fees (FN) - To Roads and Transportation then Finance

2952.By Del. Hartman, Proudfoot, Perry, Beach, Martin, Hatfield, Crosier and Varner - Issuing special license plates for registered nurses and licensed practical nurses - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

2953.By Del. Caputo, DeLong, Boggs and Barker - Relating to the expiration date of the tax for the manufacturing or production of synthetic fuel from coal - To Finance

2954.By Del. Manchin, Proudfoot, Swartzmiller, Yost and Walters - Updating the scope of actions by consumers to include a "manufacturer" and "contractor" to the parties affected - To Judiciary

2955.By Del. Caputo, Manchin, Klempa, Paxton, Shook and Marshall - Continuing a flat-rate excise tax on motor fuel at $.205 - To Finance

By Del. Webster, DeLong, Ellem, Fleischauer, Hamilton, Hrutkay, M. Poling, Proudfoot, Morgan, Varner and White - Relating to civil actions filed in the courts of the state - To Judiciary