Thursday, February 15, 2007

3075.By Del. Kominar, Schadler, Ashley, Eldridge, Stalnaker, Stemple, Amores, Argento, Pethtel and Perdue - Restricting minor children's physical access to tobacco products - To Judiciary

3076.By Del. Hartman, Iaquinta, Crosier, Wells, Perry, Hamilton, Varner and Proudfoot - Relating to payment of tuition and fees for members of the National Guard attending institutions of higher education - To Education then Finance

3077.By Del. Boggs, Miley, Eldridge, Stephens, White, Barker, Carmichael, Kominar, Rowan, Sumner and Armstead - Prohibiting state funding of abortions - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

3078.By Del. Iaquinta, Hrutkay, Stephens, Hartman and Crosier - Exempting wrecker services from regulation by the Public Service Commission - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

3079.By Del. Spencer - Prohibiting the sale of a tobacco product in this state if the label does not contain a listing of the first ten main ingredients - To Judiciary

3080.By Del. Perry, Pino and Stemple - Clarifying that certain employees of the Division of Juvenile Services are not covered by the civil service system - To Judiciary

3081.By Del. Spencer, Palumbo, Amores, Wells and Guthrie - Relating to inspections of amusement rides - To Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance

3082.By Del. Carmichael (By Request) - Providing for tuition and fee waiver for certain child survivors of domestic violence deaths - To Education then Finance

3083.By Del. Carmichael (By Request) - Relating to allowing the prosecutor to display the photograph of a murder victim during the trial if requested to do so by the family of the murdered victim - To Judiciary

3084.By Del. Moore, Swartzmiller and Eldridge - Removing the exemption for salvage yards licensed before 1988 from the screening provisions of the section - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

3085.By Del. Yost, Reynolds, Klempa, Fragale and Hutchins - Providing an enforcement mechanism for cities to collect serious delinquent municipal fees - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

3086.By Del. Tansill, Andes, Marshall and Perdue - Requiring health insurers to provide full coverage for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorder - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

3087.By Del. Tansill, Stemple, Crosier, Sobonya and Ellem - Changing the offense of knowingly maintaining a conveyance, store, shop, warehouse, dwelling, boat, or other structure used in the commission of drug crimes from a misdemeanor to a felony - To Judiciary

3088.By Del. Varner, Cann, Williams, Talbott, Pino and Stemple - Including inventories of vehicles held as rental cars in the special method for appraising dealer vehicle inventory - To Judiciary

3089.By Del. Morgan and Eldridge - Repealing §5A-1-10, relating to the creation of the Public Employees Leave Benefit Analysis Board - To Government Organization

3090.By Del. Morgan, Kominar and Eldridge - Transferring the Weston State Hospital Institutional Farm to the Department of Health and Human Resources - To Government Organization

3091.By Del. Tansill, Iaquinta, Fragale, Cann and Miley - Providing an exemption from property taxation for property used by nonprofit corporations for providing electricity to residents - To Finance

3092.By Del. Poling, M., Hatfield, Frederick, Kessler, Fragale and Paxton - Relating to enforcement of accessible parking spaces for motorists with mobility impairments - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

3093.By Del. Perdue - Providing a form for a combined medical power of attorney and living will - To Judiciary

3094.By Del. Webster, Proudfoot, Staggers, Long, Burdiss, Kessler, Hrutkay, Shook, Moore, Pino and Hamilton - Prohibiting county and district school officers, teachers and school officials from having a pecuniary interest in certain contracts - To Judiciary

3095.By Del. White - Providing tax credits for utility taxpayers with a net operating loss (FN) - To Finance

3096.By Del. Kominar - Relating to the transition to a private workers' compensation insurance system - To Judiciary