Friday, February 5, 2010

4352.By Del. Miley, Brown, Fleischauer, Frazier, Hunt, Manchin, Michael, Moore, Wooton, Hamilton and Ellem - Authorizing the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals to create a Business Court Division within certain circuit court districts - To Judiciary

4353.By Del. Longstreth, Manchin, Caputo and Cann - Allowing vehicles designated by the Secretary of the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety for emergency response by West Virginia police reserves to use red flashing lights - To Judiciary

4354.By Del. Miley, Susman, Longstreth, Ferro, Brown, Ross and Moore - Relating to conditions and arrests in domestic violence matters - To Judiciary

4355.By Del. Miley, Barker, Longstreth, Michael, Susman, Hamilton, Overington and Schadler - Making it a felony offense to disarm, or attempt to disarm probation officers and parole officers - To Judiciary then Finance

4356.By Del. Miley, Brown, Moore, Wells, Ferro, Longstreth, Ross, Ellem and Susman - Allowing a nonresident to have an additional ten days to pay his or her fine before the magistrate court sends notice to the DMV - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

4357.By Del. Cowles, Miller, J. and Overington - Prohibiting project labor agreements on state-funded construction contracts - To Government Organization then Judiciary

4358.By Del. Cowles, Stowers, Eldridge, Rodighiero, Miller, J., Miller, C., Blair, Michael, Evans and Hall - Exempting special fuel and propane used for home heating purposes from the motor fuel excise tax (FN) - To Finance

4359.By Del. Poling, D., Klempa, Ferro, Longstreth, Walker, D., Varner, Morgan and Caputo - Requiring local labor for public construction projects - To Government Organization then Judiciary

4360.By Del. Moye, Staggers, Manchin, Campbell, Miley and Doyle - Relating to a commission to study annexation - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

4361.By Del. Miley, Barker, Susman, Ellem, Schadler, Ferro, Brown, Longstreth, Moore and Ross - Removing provisions prohibiting sharing domestic violence information with other governments - To Judiciary

4362.By Del. Cowles, Duke, Overington, Blair, Miller, C., Sobonya and Miller, J. - Eliminating the state excise tax on the privilege of transferring real property, and imposing a new county excise tax for transferring real property - To Judiciary then Finance

4363.By Del. Caputo, Longstreth and Manchin - Removing the receipt of an annuity, pension or other retirement pay as a disqualification for unemployment compensation benefits (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

4364.By Del. Doyle and Duke - Relating to land use planning - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

4365.By Del. Eldridge, Rodighiero, Butcher, Stowers, Walker, T., Stephens, Hall and Shook - Increasing the maximum amount in controversy in magistrate court from $5,000 to $15,000 - To Judiciary

4366.By Del. Walters, Ashley, Perry, Varner, Michael, Hartman and White - Requiring insurers issuing group accident and sickness insurance policies to certain employers to furnish claims loss experience - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

4367.By Del. Spencer, Hunt, Perdue, Poore, Boggs, Reynolds, Hatfield, White, Varner and Walters - Creating the criminal offense of obtaining nonferrous metals unlawfully - To Judiciary then Finance

4368.By Del. Mahan, Klempa and Fleischauer - Creating an Equal Pay Coordinator within the Governor's Office to ensure pay equity among state employees (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

4369.By Del. Eldridge, Rodighiero, Butcher, Barker, Stephens and Walker, T. - Clarifying that waitresses are eligible to receive the state minimum wage set before tips or gratuities - To Judiciary

4370.By Del. Eldridge, Rodighiero, Butcher, Barker, Walker, T., Stephens and Shook - Limiting the number of telephone calls by a debt collector to a consumer - To Judiciary

4371.By Del. Michael and Cann - Increasing allowable tax credits for qualified rehabilitated buildings investment (FN) - To Finance

4372.By Del. Miley, Brown, Caputo, Fleischauer and Skaff - Correcting a cross-reference in a pretrial diversion agreement section of the WV code - To Judiciary

4373.By Del. Cann, Eldridge, Guthrie, Hatfield, Lawrence, Mahan, Manypenny, Michael, Miller, C., Perdue and Phillips - Eliminating the twelve-month look-back period for certain children who have had employer sponsored insurance - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

4374.By Del. Moore, Miller, C., Staggers, Lawrence, Phillips, Walker, T., Hatfield, Manypenny, Hamilton, Moye and Perry - Caregivers Consent Act - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary

4375.By Del. Ross, Lawrence, Manypenny, Skaff, Marshall, Lane, Anderson, Hatfield and Eldridge - Relating to retaining nursing educators (FN) - To Education then Finance

4376.By Del. Hunt (By Request) - Requiring every internment or grave to identify the decedents' identity - To Judiciary

4377.By Del. Fleischauer, Shook, Beach and Marshall - Relating to the hiring of substitute service personnel by county school boards - To Education then Finance

4378.By Del. Poling, M. and Duke [By Request of the Department of Education] - Relating to approval and operation of alternative education programs to prepare principals for certification - To Education then Judiciary

4379.By Del. Martin [By Request of the Division of Motor Vehicles] - Relating to reporting crashes to a law enforcement agency - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

4380.By Del. Poling, M. and Duke [By Request of the Department of Education] - Providing eligibility for a license to teach in the public schools for candidates who are not United States citizens - To Education then Judiciary

4381.By Del. Moye, Staggers, Manchin, Campbell, Miley and Doyle - Relating to annexation generally - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

4382.By Del. Poling, D., Ellem, Longstreth, Frazier, Hamilton, Miley, Caputo and Boggs - Providing for forfeiture of property used in various crimes and the disposition of such property - To Judiciary

4383.By Del. Poling, M. and Duke [By Request of the Department of Education] - Relating to low-performing school accreditation status and consequent steps for improvement - To Education