Monday, February 4, 2008

4382.By Del. Barker, DeLong, Caputo, Webster and Miley - Permitting employee and retiree organizations to obtain state employees' home addresses - To Government Organization then Judiciary

4383.By Del. Stemple, Williams, Webster, Shaver, Perry and Varner - Awarding service revolver upon retirement to state fire marshal - To Government Organization then Judiciary

4384.By Del. Fleischauer - Expanding the number of members of boards of zoning appeal from five to seven - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

4385.By Del. Morgan, Michael and Perdue - Revising certain powers and duties of the Legislative Auditor - To Government Organization

4386.By Del. DeLong and Morgan - Authorizing municipalities to create a semiannual vacant property registration - To Government Organization

4387.By Del. Swartzmiller, DeLong, Stalnaker, Ennis and Poling, M. - Relating to the teachers retirement system and providing that certain beneficiaries receive an annuity when an eligible spouse has not redeemed the accumulated contributions (FN) - To Finance

4388.By Del. Webster, Mahan, Hrutkay, Guthrie, Fleischauer, Lane, Shook, Burdiss, Azinger, Brown and Ellem - Authorizing the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals to maintain a domestic violence database - To Judiciary

4389.By Del. Webster, Stemple, Hrutkay, Fleischauer, Lane, Long, Shook, Longstreth, Miley and Ellem - Removing requirement that resident violators of traffic laws be required to sign citations - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

4390.By Del. Webster, Miley, DeLong, Burdiss, Brown, Caputo, Longstreth, Fleischauer, Kessler, Moore and Guthrie - Relating to the commissioner's rule-making authority for workers' compensation - To Judiciary

4391.By Del. Stemple, Kominar, Argento, Proudfoot, Miller, C., Varner, Browning, Long, Fleischauer, Hrutkay and Webster - Allowing magistrates and family court judges to carry concealed weapons on courthouse property - To Judiciary

4392.By Del. Miley - Banning abortions in instances where the fetus could survive if delivered and providing penalties - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4393.By Del. Stemple, Poling, M., Williams, Shaver, Sumner, Paxton, Browning, Craig and Perry - Allowing members of the State Teachers Retirement System to repay a maximum of three years worth of contribution back into the system (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

4394.By Del. Tucker, Martin, Perry, Stemple, Perdue, Shook, Hamilton and Sobonya - Restoring the licensure exemption for certain contractors of manufactured housing installation - To Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary

4395.By Del. Armstead, Hamilton, Sobonya, Carmichael, Schoen, Ireland, Cowles, Andes, Lane, Sumner and Miller, C. - Abolishing the business and franchise tax (FN) - To Finance

4396.By Del. Staggers, Campbell, Long, Canterbury, Hatfield, Moye, Fleischauer and Shook - Relating to retention and destruction of health care records - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4397.By Del. Azinger - Providing a three percent cap on any increase in assessment on real property that is the primary residence - To Judiciary then Finance

4398.By Del. Reynolds, Eldridge, Craig, Stephens, Sobonya, Miller, C. and Morgan - Creating the crime of murder of a child by a parent who exposes his or her child to the manufacturing of a controlled substance - To Judiciary

4399.By Del. Reynolds, Rodighiero, Eldridge, Ellis and Hrutkay - Providing that persons convicted of certain drug related crimes must participate in a substance abuse counseling program to be eligible for probation - To Judiciary

4400.By Del. White and Kominar - Relating to tax administration efficiency and technical advancements - To Finance

4401.By Del. Fleischauer, Brown, Miley, Morgan, Poling, M., Hutchins, Manchin and Shook - Protecting the academic speech of professional educators - To Education then Judiciary

4402.By Del. Morgan, Hutchins and Palumbo - Relating to compulsive gambling - To Government Organization then Judiciary

4403.By Del. Morgan, Stephens, Sobonya, Miller, C., Reynolds and Craig - Relating to immunity from civil liability for operators of parks and recreation districts - To Government Organization then Judiciary

4404.By Del. Kominar, Webster, Mahan, Klempa, Cann, White, Long, Crosier, Williams and Ashley - Discount Medical Plan Organizations and Discount Prescription Drug Plan Organizations Act (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

4405.By Del. Fragale, Stalnaker, Miley and Caputo - Allowing an additional "pari-mutuel racing facility" in north central West Virginia - To Judiciary then Finance

4406.By Del. DeLong, Shaver, Williams, Rodighiero, Rowan, Eldridge, Sobonya, Sumner, Fragale and Miller, C. - Relating to state board standards for the recommended duration of school bus transportation times for students to and from school - To Education then Finance

4407.By Del. Ennis, Swartzmiller, Cann, Pethtel, Williams, Stephens, Schadler, Moye, Gall, Stalnaker and Varner - Requiring automatic tire chains as standard equipment on all new school buses - To Education