Monday, February 18, 2008

11: 00 A. M.

4589.By Del. Poling, M. - Increasing the penalties for overtaking and passing a school bus - To Education then Judiciary

4590.By Del. Border - Relating to the valuation of managed timberland (FN) - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

4591.By Del. Campbell, Crosier, Marshall and Canterbury - Providing a cost-of-living provision for certain public employee retirement annuitants (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

4592.By Del. Campbell - Allowing persons involved in motor vehicle accidents to receive pertinent information at no charge in order to file a timely insurance claim - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

4593.By Del. Morgan, Eldridge, Swartzmiller, Martin and Schoen - Exempting persons with a masters or a doctorate degree in marriage or family therapy from being licensed - To Government Organization

4594.By Del. Eldridge, Argento, Rodighiero, Ellis, Hrutkay and Barker - Authorizing the Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection to sign National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permits - To Government Organization

4595.By Del. Reynolds, Stephens, Boggs, Rodighiero, Perdue, Craig and Walters - Providing a corporate tax credit for qualified health insurance policies provided by corporate employers to employees (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

4596.By Del. Duke - Establishing the Consent to Health Care of Minors Act - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4597.By Del. Overington, Schadler, Andes, Brown, Shook, Sobonya and Moore - Prohibiting wagering at animal fighting ventures and providing penalty - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary

4598.By Del. Mahan, Campbell, Canterbury, Crosier and DeLong - Requiring annual adjustments of certain provider payments - To Finance

4599.By Del. Armstead - Prohibiting cloning human embryos in state medical schools, colleges or universities - To Health and Human Resources then Education

4600.By Del. Eldridge, Ellis, Rodighiero and Stephens - Prohibiting mining on cemetery land - To Judiciary

4601.By Del. Miller, J., Andes, Lane, Carmichael, Porter, Blair, Ireland, Hamilton, Canterbury, Romine and Walters - Directing the State Board of Education to develop a program of instruction on macroeconomics - To Education

4602.By Del. Schoen (By Request), Martin and Paxton - Providing noise restrictions for residential areas outside incorporated municipalities - To Judiciary

4603.By Del. Reynolds, Stephens, Craig, Rodighiero and Morgan - Making a supplementary appropriation to the state Bureau of Senior Services (FN) - To Finance

4604.By Del. Kessler, Burdiss, Rodighiero and Gall - Requiring the Legislature to appropriate funds to the Small Claims Compensation Fund every six months - To Finance

4605.By Del. Kessler, Burdiss, Rodighiero, Stephens and Gall - Relating to the renewal or extension of a cellular telephone contract - To Judiciary

4606.By Del. Canterbury, Staggers, Beach, Poling, D., Eldridge, Moore, Barker, Fleischauer, Higgins, Ellis and Sobonya - Giving credit for energy savings when a solar heating water system is installed on a residential property (FN) - To Finance

4607.By Del. White - Relating to special district excise tax authorization - To Finance

4608.By Del. Webster, Brown, Fleischauer, Palumbo, Perdue, Reynolds, Lane, Beach, Craig, Moye and White - Relating to a study and investigation on issues in connection with creating a pilot program for child day care centers operated by the state - To Judiciary

4609.By Del. Pino, Miley, Reynolds, Williams, Lane, Beach, Sobonya, Canterbury, Carmichael, Kessler and Perdue - Requiring gaming facilities to issue monthly statements that list patrons' gaming winnings and losses - To Judiciary

4610.By Del. Doyle, Campbell, Tabb, Duke, Palumbo, Long, Frederick, Manchin, Caputo and Wysong - Giving state institutions of higher education more flexibility in the planning and operation of their schools - To Education then Finance

4611.By Del. Boggs, Webster, White and DeLong - Updating safety rules and regulations pertaining to walkways along railtracks - To Judiciary

4612.By Del. Webster, Proudfoot, Hrutkay, Guthrie, Long, Burdiss, Miley, Tabb, Poling, M., Hamilton and Staggers - Requiring that warranty provisions for new motor vehicles are equally applicable to motor vehicles purchased inside or outside the state - To Judiciary

4613.By Del. Walters, Webster, Kessler, Caputo, Fleischauer, Ellem, Brown, Manchin, Shook and Hamilton - Increasing protection to beneficiaries of structured settlements as they relate to settlement transfers - To Judiciary

4614.By Del. Webster, Staggers, Varner, DeLong, Fleischauer, Brown, Guthrie, Hatfield, Higgins, Palumbo and Doyle - Relating to the spouse and dependent insurance coverage under the West Virginia Public Employees' Insurance Act - To Judiciary

4615.By Del. Sobonya, Miller, J., Hamilton, Schadler, Miller, C., Overington, Evans and Canterbury - Exempting the first twenty thousand dollars of state pensions and social security benefits from West Virginia personal income tax - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

4616.By Del. White and Walters - Relating to health reimbursement accounts for local government employees - To Finance

4617.By Del. Webster, Proudfoot, Stemple and Ellem - Allowing e-notification by using e-certified cards for verification of certified mail acceptance to the court of origin for service of process - To Judiciary

4618.By Del. Kominar - Viatical Settlements Act (FN) - To Finance

4619.By Del. Schoen and Webster - Collaborative Family Law Proceedings - To Judiciary

4620.By Del. Browning - Specifying that infrastructure projects providing broadband services facilities be included in infrastructure projects eligible for funding from the West Virginia Infrastructure Fund - To Finance

4621.By Del. Blair and Miller, J. - Exempting acts resulting in the taking or damaging of private property for public use from the immunity granted to a political subdivision - To Judiciary

4622.By Del. Morgan and Craig - Exempting from taxation certain property owned by a nonprofit organization - To Finance

4623.By Del. Morgan, Miller, C. and Craig - Relating to establishing minimum deductions - To Government Organization

4624.By Del. Hutchins and Yost - Providing per diem pay and mileage for volunteers who drive veterans to hospitals - To Finance

4625.By Del. Argento and Martin - Eliminating the six month waiting period for those in the Teachers Retirement System to receive disability retirement benefits - To Finance

4626.By Del. Klempa - Relating to state government construction contracts - To Government Organization

4627.By Del. Schoen (By Request), Martin and Paxton - Relating to the control of noise pollution - To Judiciary

4628.By Del. White, Boggs, Kominar and Campbell (By Request) - Providing a tax credit for new job creation by certain taxpayers - To Finance

4629.By Del. Williams - Modifying the check cashing service fee - To Judiciary

4630.By Del. Shook - Providing that a recognizance secured by execution of a bail bond is void upon the finding that the accused is guilty - To Judiciary

4631.By Del. Fleischauer, Marshall, Beach, Shook, Moye, Duke, Sumner and Ellis - Giving county school superintendents more flexibility and ease in placing service personnel workers in positions of need on a day-to-day basis - To Education

4632.By Del. Browning, Wysong and Campbell - Relating to providing the Dangerous and Vicious Dog Act - To Judiciary

4633.By Del. Campbell - Relating to approval of a student for homebound services and their rights - To Education

4634.By Del. Poling, M., Brown, Webster, Hatfield, Mahan, Campbell, Perdue and Boggs - Creating a funding mechanism for Child Advocacy Centers from the Crime Victim's Compensation Fund - To Finance

4635.By Del. Brown, Perdue, Hatfield, Boggs and Kominar - Expanding the definition of limited health service - To Judiciary

4636.By Del. Kominar - Making changes to workers' compensation insurance - To Judiciary

4637.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to the deployment of broadband to the remaining unserved areas of the state - To Finance

4638.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to the recording of certain geologic information - To Judiciary

4639.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - OxyContin Asset Forfeiture Fund - To Finance

4640.By Del. Kessler - Mandating the State Bar through the Insurance Commissioner require lawyers to use doctors chosen for an independent panel - To Judiciary

4641.By Del. Miley - Providing for a Public Service Commission investigation for traffic accidents involving a motor carrier regulated by the Public Service Commission - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

4642.By Del. Pethtel (By Request) - Authorizing the Commissioner of Highways to seek the advice of, and consult with, county commissions and prosecuting attorneys with regard to all roads in and outside of the state road system - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

4643.By Del. Webster, Spencer, Palumbo, Moore, Marshall, Hatfield, Hutchins and Brown - Establishing an Office of Minority Business Development within the West Virginia Development Office - To Judiciary

4644.By Del. Varner, Hrutkay, Ellem, Schadler and Poling, D. - Relating to the forfeiture of bail - To Judiciary

4645.By Del. Overington, DeLong and Andes - Providing adequate care for pastured race horses - To Judiciary

4646.By Del. Miley, Fragale, Iaquinta and Stalnaker - Including a tax checkoff option for Jackson's Mill 4-H Camp (FN) - To Finance

4647.By Del. Beach - Requiring county commissions to hold public hearings on public question elections - To Judiciary

4648.By Del. Campbell - Defining "caving" as a recreational purpose and activity for which a landowner's liability for injury is limited - To Judiciary

4649.By Del. Miley - Increasing certain penalties for persons convicted of domestic battery and domestic assault - To Judiciary

4650.By Del. Palumbo, Craig, Michael and Doyle - Electing all justices to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals and all circuit court judges on a nonpartisan basis - To Judiciary