Friday, January 21, 2011

2695.By Del. Morgan, Stephens and Givens - Relating to the educational broadcasting authority - To Government Organization then Judiciary

2696.By Del. Barker - Authorizing the county commission of Boone County to transfer its title and interests in the Boone Memorial Hospital - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary - [Local Bill]

2697.By Del. Manchin, Lawrence, Cann, Morgan, D. Poling, Poore, Stephens and Varner - Updating the recordkeeping requirements of municipalities - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2698.By Del. Kump - Requiring a nonbinding referendum in the counties of Morgan, Berkeley and Jefferson to determine their desire to secede from West Virginia and become a part of Virginia - To Judiciary then Finance

2699.By Del. Rodighiero, D. Campbell and Hunt - Relating to autism spectrum disorder (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

2700.By Del. Morgan, Stephens and Givens - Relating to elevator safety - To Government Organization

2701.By Del. Ennis and Givens - Granting county commissions with the plenary power and authority to establish a vacant building registration program - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2702.By Del. Poore - Creating an annual exemption for clothing, footwear and school supplies - To Finance

2703.By Del. Hamilton, Lane, D. Campbell, L. Phillips, Crosier, Andes, M. Poling, Ireland, Ellem, Sigler and D. Poling - Relating to qualifications of members of certain county commissions - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2704.By Del. Poore - Adding to the definition of harassment, intimidation or bullying - To Education then Judiciary

2705.By Del. Howell, Ireland, Storch, R. Phillips, Hamilton, Sumner, Rowan, Gearheart, Sigler, Kump and Snuffer - West Virginia Firearms Freedom Act - To Judiciary

2706.By Del. Pethtel - Allowing county commissions to use 911 fees to provide financial assistance to a countywide emergency ambulance service authority - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

2707.By Del. Mahan, Fleischauer, Brown, Ennis, Ferro, Frazier, Longstreth, Stowers, L. Phillips and Rowan - Expanding the definition of "imminent danger to the physical well-being of the child" with regard to child abuse and neglect - To Judiciary - [Interim Bill]

2708.By Del. Swartzmiller and M. Poling - Removing a twelve-month limitation for certain agreements between or among law- enforcement agencies - To Judiciary

2709.By Del. Canterbury, Hamilton, Perry, Shaver, Walker and Hartman - Allowing county school boards to enter into energy-saving contracts - To Education then Judiciary

2710.By Del. Doyle, Ferro, Frazier, Reynolds and Walters - Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act - To Judiciary then Finance - [Interim Bill]

2711.By Del. Ellem - Relating to the adoption of the 2008 National Electric Code - To Government Organization

2712.By Del. Swartzmiller, Butcher, Skaff, Staggers, Ferro, Hall, R. Phillips, Storch, Ferns, Stowers and Jones - Relating to the State Athletic Commission - To Judiciary

2713.By Del. Frazier, Miley, Brown, Caputo, Longstreth, Moore, Ellem, Hamilton and Sobonya - Relating to civil and criminal forfeiture actions related to criminal activity - To Judiciary then Finance - [Interim Bill]

2714.By Del. Sobonya, Hamilton, Brown, Reynolds, Miller, C., Rodighiero, Hatfield and Rowan - Creating the West Virginia Addictions Treatment and Recovery Fund (FN) - To Finance

2715.By Del. Ellem, Anderson, Border, Carmichael, Miller, C., Sumner, Andes and Azinger - Suspending the future issuing of new video lottery licenses - To Judiciary then Finance

2716.By Del. T. Campbell and Canterbury - Dangerous Dog Act - To Agriculture then Judiciary

2717.By Del. Walters and Paxton - The Economic Fairness Act of 2009 (FN) - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Finance

2718.By Del. Perry and Boggs - Providing that correctional officers may retire with full benefits after twenty years of service - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2719.By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Rowan, Miller, C., Stephens and Duke - Providing a cost-of-living provision for certain persons retired under the Teachers Retirement System (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2720.By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Moore, Miller, C., Craig, Rowan and Duke - Exempting certain income received by retired federal employees from the personal income tax (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2721.By Del. Sobonya, Sumner, Moore, Rowan, Miller, C., Reynolds and Ellem - Including additional information on the sex offender registry - To Judiciary

2722.By Del. Sobonya, Sumner and Rowan - Subjecting persons convicted of sexual crimes against a minor to "GPS" monitoring for life (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2723.By Del. Overington, Duke, Andes, Miller, J., Canterbury, Cowles, Rowan and Walters - Protecting academic freedom in higher education - To Education then Judiciary

2724.By Del. Sobonya, Rowan and Reynolds - Sexually Oriented Businesses Regulation Act - To Judiciary

2725.By Del. Hamilton and Canterbury - Expanding the powers of the magistrate to prosecute for worthless checks beyond the strict limitations of NSF - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary

2726.By Del. Rodighiero, Stephens, Wells, Guthrie and Hatfield - Giving all school personnel, including teachers and service personnel and retired teachers a raise (FN) - To Education then Finance

2727.By Del. Butcher, Barker, Stowers, Walker, Rodighiero and Moore - Providing an exemption from gross income for certain members of volunteer fire departments (FN) - To Finance

2728.By Del. Rodighiero and Reynolds - Providing crime watch members coverage under the West Virginia Public Employees Insurance health coverage plan (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

2729.By Del. Perdue, Hatfield, Marshall, Michael and Moore - Raising the excise tax on cigarettes and all other tobacco products (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

2730.By Del. Rodighiero, Butcher, Stowers, Shaver, Crosier and Talbott - Relating to rules governing the operation of motor boats on lakes - To Natural Resources then Judiciary

2731.By Del. Williams, Canterbury, T. Campbell, Kominar and Michael - Authorizing a tax credit for new teachers in critical needs areas (FN) - To Education then Finance

2732.By Del. Doyle, Brown, Hatfield, Marshall, Ellem, Moore, Fleischauer and Poling, D. - West Virginia Public Campaign Financing Act (FN) - To Judiciary

2733.By Del. Rodighiero, Butcher, Reynolds and Stowers - Relating to any income derived from the West Virginia Teachers Retirement System and any other income received by active public school teacher or service personnel being subtracted from federal adjusted gross income (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2734.By Del. Overington, Carmichael, Andes and Miller, J. - Establishing prevailing hourly rates to be used in connection with the construction of public improvements (FN) - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary

2735.By Del. Rodighiero, Reynolds, Butcher and Stowers - Creating a criminal felony offense of aggravated assault or battery of a child or a person who is mentally incapacitated - To Judiciary

2736.By Del. Overington, Cowles, Miller, J., Andes and Carmichael - Exempting construction performed on behalf of educational authorities from prevailing wage requirements - To Energy, Industry and Labor, Economic Development and Small Business then Judiciary

2737.By Del. Manchin, Doyle, Lawrence, Longstreth, Miley and Varner - Providing a procedure for removal of county, district or municipal officers - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2738.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Creating the math and science teacher loan assistance program - To Education then Finance

2739.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Thompson) and Del. Armstead [By Request of the Executive] - Local Solution Dropout Prevention and Recovery Act - To Education then Finance

2740.By Del. Manypenny, Doyle, Mahan, Guthrie, Canterbury, Iaquinta, Barker, Hartman, Brown and Hatfield - Making covenants that restrict the installation or use of solar energy systems unenforceable - To Judiciary

2741.By Del. Manypenny, Doyle, Mahan, Guthrie, Canterbury, Barker, Hartman, Brown and Hatfield - Exempting the construction or addition of active solar energy systems from real and personal property taxation (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2742.By Del. Andes, C. Miller, Savilla, Hunt, Miley, Perry, Ellem, Fleischauer and Householder - Revoking certain death benefits by divorce - To Judiciary

2743.By Del. Rodighiero - Changing the way the cost of incarcerating inmates in regional jails is collected - To Judiciary then Finance

2744.By Del. Rodighiero, Reynolds, Stowers and R. Phillips - Requiring recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program be issued a photo identification card (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance

2745.By Del. Perry, Hartman, Walters, Hall, Ashley and Azinger [By Request of the Insurance Commission] - Providing that certain information provided by insurance companies to the Insurance Commissioner is confidential - To Judiciary

2746.By Del. Martin and Staggers [By Request of the Division of Motor Vehicles] - Relating to the testing of vehicles operated by nonprofit corporations engaged in research and development - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary

2747.By Del. Lawrence, Hunt, Marshall, Brown, Frazier, Pino, Skaff, Ferro, Ellem and Smith - Creating a felony offense for causing serious bodily injury to another person while driving a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, controlled substances or drugs - To Judiciary then Finance

2748.By Del. Skaff - Relating to the voting period for early in-person voting - To Judiciary

2749.By Del. Fragale and Iaquinta - Allowing a Class IV Town be allowed to create their own charter - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2750.By Del. Frazier, Mahan, Fleischauer, Caputo, Moore, Hunt and Skaff - Adding consideration of sexual assault in issuing an order to temporarily or permanently end a parent-child relationship - To Judiciary

2751.By Del. Givens, Jones and Ennis - Clarifying that fire chiefs and their duly appointed officers are provided immunity under the Governmental Tort Claims and Insurance Reform Act - To Judiciary

2752.By Del. Lawrence, Staggers, Pasdon, Crosier, Williams, Doyle, Fragale and Hall - Increasing the maximum age for persons applying for appointment for the police force in a Class I or Class II city from thirty-five to forty years - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary

2753.By Del. Ireland, Longstreth, L. Phillips, Hall, R. Phillips, Canterbury, M. Poling, Storch, Snuffer and Savilla - Relating to the requirements for and scope of practice for registered veterinary technicians - To Government Organization

2754.By Del. Swartzmiller and M. Poling - Allowing sheriffs and their designees access to information maintained by the Board of Pharmacy - To Judiciary

2755.By Del. Swartzmiller and M. Poling - Relating to mentally ill persons - To Judiciary then Finance