Tuesday, February 24, 2015


2889.By Del. Pasdon, Storch, White, H., Gearheart, Bates, Walters, Cowles, Skinner, Hornbuckle and Shott - Relating to regulation of transportation network companies - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2890.By Del. McGeehan and Zatezalo - Streamlining the process of abandoned mineral interests - To Energy then Judiciary


2891.By Del. Walters, Evans, A. and Storch - Making the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act more consistent with the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


2892.By Del. Pasdon, Duke, Miller, Hornbuckle, Perry, Rohrbach, Morgan and Sobonya - Authorizing certain legislative rules regarding higher education - To Education


2893.By Del. Storch, Ferro, Perry and Canterbury - Clarifying that complimentary hotel rooms provided without charge to guests are not subject to the hotel occupancy tax (FN) - To Finance


2894.By Del. Skinner, Fluharty, Sponaugle, Miley, Marcum, Byrd, Hornbuckle, Hartman, Campbell, Perry and Fleischauer - Providing tax breaks for employers assisting employees paying student loans (FN) - To Education then Finance


2895.By Del. Manchin, Caputo and Longstreth - Requiring the assessor of each county, within three months of a deed filing in the county clerk's office of each county, to prepare a new property tax ticket - To Political Subdivisions then Finance


2896.By Del. Skinner, Pasdon, Storch and McCuskey - Prohibiting discrimination in the appointment, promotion, demotion or dismissal based upon sexual orientation - To Industry and Labor then Judiciary


2897.By Del. Weld, Foster, Kessinger, Hill, Blair and Ihle - Young Entrepreneur Reinvestment Act (FN) - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance


2898.By Del. Azinger (By Request) - Requiring each judicial circuit to have a court appointed special advocate program (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2899.By Del. Caputo, Hamilton, Lynch, Fluharty, Hornbuckle, Storch, Moore, Skinner, Manchin and Miley - Relating to career progression of members of the State Police (FN) - To Finance


2900.By Del. Miley, Trecost and Hamrick - Exempting certified professional estimator services from consumer sales and service tax (FN) - To Industry and Labor then Finance


2901.By Del. Moffatt, Folk, Phillips, R., Howell and Westfall - Relating to the establishment of state speed restrictions - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2902.By Del. Campbell, Perry, Reynolds, Pasdon, Rodighiero, Ellington, Rowan, Rohrbach, Hamrick, Nelson, E. and Ashley - West Virginia ABLE Act - To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary


2903.By Del. Byrd, Skinner, Fleischauer, Manchin, Miley, Sobonya, Summers, Weld, White, B., Rowe and Guthrie - Providing a tax credit for first time home buyers (FN) - To Finance


2904.By Del. McGeehan - Requiring the clerk of a county commission to maintain a county ordinance book - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2905.By Del. McGeehan - Relating to athletic coaches in public schools - To Education


2906.By Del. McGeehan - Relating to county budget stabilization funds - To Political Subdivisions then Finance


2907.By Del. Skinner - West Virginia Student Education Incentive Act (FN) - To Finance


2908.By Del. Skinner - Prohibiting shifting future development costs onto existing public service district customers (FN) - To Judiciary


2909.By Del. Skinner, Fluharty, Pushkin, Ihle, Reynolds, Perdue, Eldridge, McGeehan, Storch, Canterbury and Sponaugle - Compassionate Use Act for Medical Cannabis - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2910.By Del. Phillips, R., Hartman, Stansbury, Marcum, Bates, Eldridge, Nelson, J., Smith, R., White, H., Gearheart and Butler - Preserving employment and promoting health and safety in the coal industry - To Energy then Judiciary


2911.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Del. Westfall, Cadle, Butler, Shott, Lane and Arvon - Voluntary Political Contribution Act - To Judiciary


2912.By Del. Smith, R. - Relating to third-party telecommunications services provided to residential and business consumers (FN) - To Judiciary


2913.By Del. Sobonya - Terminating the Municipal Home Rule Pilot Program and Municipal Home Rule Board - To Government Organization then Judiciary


2914.By Del. Hartman, Sponaugle, Campbell and Perry - Providing for voluntary dissolution of resort area district - To Finance


2915.By Del. Hartman, Morgan, Ferro, Pethtel, Perry, Sponaugle and White, H. - Relating generally to wholesale sales of liquor - To Government Organization then Finance


2916.By Del. Nelson, E., Ashley, Anderson, Boggs, Williams, White, H., Storch, Gearheart, Bates, Espinosa and O'Neal - Providing limited borrowing authority to the Governor for the completion of renovations to Capitol Complex Building 3 (FN) - To Finance


2917.By Del. Walters and Skinner - Establishing a Hotel and Restaurant Renovation Tax Credit (FN) - To Finance


2918.By Del. Walters and White, H. - Relating to delinquency charges on loans - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


2919.By Del. Rowe, Sponaugle, Pushkin, Miller, Skinner, Pasdon, Guthrie, Bates, Fluharty, Trecost and Sobonya - Requiring the Library Commission to survey the libraries of the state and develop a ten year plan for construction and maintenance of public libraries - To Government Organization then Finance


2920.By Del. Walters, Howell, Arvon, Kessinger and Hill - Vesting the Public Employees Insurance Agency with the authority to negotiate and executing all health care and ancillary contracts for the Medicaid program - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


2921.By Del. Butler - Eliminating the courtesy patrol program (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


2922.By Del. Miley, Miller, Ashley, Skinner, Hornbuckle, Williams, Sponaugle, Smith, R. and Evans, A. - Relating to the Broadband Deployment Council (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


2923.By Del. Hanshaw - Relating to complaints by school bus drivers, against drivers who illegally pass or overtake a school bus - To Education then Judiciary


2924.By Del. Perdue - Directing the Health Care Authority to establish a council to investigate and recommend to the authority pricing guides for pharmaceuticals that exclude advertising costs - To Health and Human Resources


2925.By Del. Fluharty and Pushkin - Relating to drug testing of legislators - To Judiciary then Finance


2926.By Del. Folk, Ashley and Walters - Relating to deferral charges in connection with a consumer credit sale or consumer loan - To Banking and Insurance then Finance


2927.By Del. Upson (By Request) - Clarifying restriction of businesses selling petroleum products from creating a restricted adult-only facility - To Judiciary


2928.By Del. Ireland - Allowing inmates to perform the community service of providing upkeep to cemeteries - To Judiciary


2929.By Del. Nelson, J., Phillips, R., Longstreth and McGeehan - Relating to availability of military service credit for members of the West Virginia Public Employees Retirement System (FN) - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance


2930.By Del. Westfall - Aged, Blind, Disabled and Long Term Services and Support Managed Care Act (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


2931.By Del. Ashley - Adding drugs to the classification of schedule I drugs - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2932.By Del. Ashley, Nelson, E., Boggs, Anderson, Miller, Gearheart, White, H. and Williams - Relating to the distribution of wireless enhanced 911 fees - To Finance


2934.By Del. Pasdon, Butler, Moffatt, Waxman, Storch, Espinosa, Lane, Kessinger, Sobonya, Howell and Duke - Repealing the common core standards - To Education


2935.By Del. Pasdon, Statler, Kurcaba, Rohrbach, Miller, Sobonya, Morgan, Reynolds and Espinosa - Relating to public education higher education personnel generally (FN) - To Education then Finance


2936.By Del. Miley, Miller, White, H., Skinner, Sponaugle, Storch, Ashley, Bates, Williams, Hamilton and Kessinger - Relating to the West Virginia Economic Development Authority - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance


2937.By Del. Perdue, Williams, White, H. and Miley - Designating 5 million dollars per year for 4 years from beer, wine, and liquor tax revenue to the Fight Substance Abuse Fund - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


2938.By Del. Sobonya, Marcum, Reynolds, Byrd, Hicks and Miller - Requiring the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals to maintain a searchable, criminal database containing copies of all arrests and convictions by all the courts in the state - To Judiciary then Finance


2939.By Del. White, B. - Relating to requirements for mandatory reporting of sexual offenses on school premises involving students (FN) - To Judiciary


2940.By Del. Smith, R. - Creating the Tourist-Oriented Directional Signs Program - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2941.By Del. McCuskey and Lynch - Relating to conditions under which used manufactured homes may be sold with warranty exclusions, limitations or modifications - To Judiciary


2942.By Del. Fast and Frich - Modifying the definition of child abuse or neglect to exclude accidental injury - To Judiciary


2943.By Del. Canterbury, Walters, Perdue and McGeehan - Establishing a system to reduce the cost of medical care paid by the private medical insurance companies - To Banking and Insurance then Health and Human Resources


2944.By Del. McCuskey, Hartman, Morgan, Phillips, R., Reynolds, Storch, Walters and White, B. - Allowing restaurants, retailers, private clubs, mini-distilleries and wineries to sell alcohol at 10:00 a.m. on Sundays - To Judiciary then Finance


2945.By Del. Hanshaw, Canterbury, Ashley, Cooper, Walters, Fleischauer, Ambler, Evans, D., Guthrie, Manchin and Skinner - Authorizing local units of government to adopt local energy efficiency partnership programs and to create districts to promote the use of energy efficiency improvements by owners of certain real property (FN) - To Political Subdivisions then Finance


2946.By Del. Miley, Anderson, Westfall, Manchin, Ireland, Longstreth and McCuskey - Relating to the spacing of shallow horizontal wells on a multiwell pad - To Energy then Judiciary


2947.By Del. McGeehan, Howell and Kurcaba - Relating to provider tax on hospitals to fund health care cost review fund (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


2948.By Del. Ashley and O'Neal - Clarifying the exemptions provided by statute for Social Work Licensing - To Government Organization


2949.By Del. Ashley and O'Neal - Relating to requirements for provisional social worker licenses - To Government Organization


2950.By Del. Weld, Hill and Kessinger - Providing for a $1,000 tax credit against personal income tax in tax years 2016-2017 for recent graduates of higher education programs (FN) - To Finance


2951.By Del. Pushkin, Ihle, Nelson, J., Faircloth, Azinger, Folk, Blair and Fast - Recognizing those in active military service as residents for the purpose of obtaining concealed carry permits while stationed at a West Virginia military installation - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary


2952.By Del. Moffatt - Creating the Statewide Interoperable Radio Network (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


2953.By Del. Fast, Evans, A., Rowan, Hornbuckle, Pushkin and Fleischauer - Increasing the excise tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


2954.By Del. Miley, Williams, Hornbuckle, Moye, Bates, Phillips, L., Reynolds, Perry, Moore, Rodighiero and Pushkin - Expanding the promise scholarship to technical and community college students (FN) - To Education then Finance


2955.By Del. Fast and Kurcaba - Increasing the hourly rate for attorneys providing Public Defender Services for in court and out of court work (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2956.By Del. Sobonya, Border, Miller, Evans, D., Rowan, Kessinger and Arvon - Preserving the rights of individuals guaranteed by the West Virginia Constitution and the United States Constitution when deciding the comity of a legal decision in a foreign country - To Judiciary


2957.By Del. Skinner, Walters, Upson, Zatezalo, Hamrick, Statler, Miller and Caputo - Relating to sales of liquor by distilleries and mini-distilleries - To Judiciary then Finance


2958.By Del. Skinner, Upson, Westfall, Ashley and Ihle - Removing the requirement that distillery or mini-distilleries submit to the commissioner ten percent of the gross sales price - To Judiciary then Finance


2959.By Del. Canterbury, Evans, A., Hamilton and Sponaugle - Allowing the use of rotary drum composters to destroy or dispose of the carcass of any animal to prevent the spread of disease - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Judiciary


2960.By Del. Lane - Permitting county boards of education to develop emergency preparedness drills in schools - To Education


2961.By Del. Eldridge, Phillips, R., Lynch, Marcum, White, H., Fluharty, Trecost, Ferro, Sponaugle, Phillips, L. and Campbell - Relating to abuse-deterrent opioid analgesic drugs - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


2962.By Del. Phillips, R., Williams and Hornbuckle - Exempting certain wrapped pipe removal from asbestos abatement requirements - To Judiciary


2963.By Del. Weld, White, B., Sobonya, Folk, Campbell and Byrd - Expanding the definition of kidnaping (FN) - To Judiciary


2964.By Del. Weld, White, B., Sobonya, Foster, Hanshaw, Folk, Campbell, Waxman and Byrd - Allowing e-mails and other types of electronic communications to and from regional jail inmates be monitored, intercepted, recorded and disclosed - To Judiciary


2965.By Del. Weld, White, B., Hanshaw and Byrd - Providing that a person using an object that reasonably appears to be a firearm or other deadly weapon, during a robbery or attempted robbery is guilty of robbery in the first degree (FN) - To Judiciary


2966.By Del. Moye, Williams, Smith, P., Longstreth and Perry - Relating to the Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (FN) - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance


2967.By Del. Longstreth, Caputo, Manchin, Howell, Cadle, Butler, Hamrick and Gearheart - Providing that the appraised value of an antique motor vehicle is a maximum of $3,000 for purposes of ad valorem property taxes (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2968.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Del. Ashley, Bates, Perry, Kessinger, Hicks, Cooper, Shott, McCuskey and Arvon - Exempting from property tax certain properties in this state owned by nonprofit youth organizations (FN) - To Finance


2969.By Del. Zatezalo, McGeehan, Storch and Faircloth - Requiring that a county itemize and publish all activity related to budget stabilization funds - To Political Subdivisions then Finance


2970.By Del. Marcum, Phillips, R., Reynolds, Nelson, J., Smith, R., Eldridge, Perdue, Hamilton, Ireland, Folk and White, H. - Authorizing county commissions and municipalities to cooperate and enter into agreements removing or demolishing dwellings or buildings unfit for human habitation - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2971.By Del. Smith, R., Moye, Campbell, Perry, Longstreth and Bates - Continuing the Office of Emergency Medical Services as an independent office within the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety - To Government Organization


2972.By Del. Overington, Moffatt, Sobonya, Statler, Butler, Frich, Foster and Zatezalo - Requiring the accumulation of one and one-half years of instruction in the study of the Declaration of Independence and other founding American historical documents - To Education then Judiciary


2973.By Del. Pasdon, Statler, Kurcaba, Rohrbach, Miller, Morgan, Perdue and Reynolds - Relating to public higher education procurement and payment generally - To Education then Finance


2974.By Del. Skinner - Creating Office of Early Childhood Collaboration (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


2975.By Del. Storch, Howell, Evans, D., Zatezalo, Weld, McGeehan, Fluharty and Ferro - Relating to the assessment of oil and gas mineral interests (FN) - To Energy then Judiciary


2976.By Del. Pasdon, Perry, Rohrbach, Campbell and Ellington - Expanding the eligible master's and doctoral level programs for which a Nursing Scholarship may be awarded - To Education


2977.By Del. Storch, Evans, D., Gearheart, Ashley, Howell, Zatezalo, Westfall, Fluharty and Ferro - Providing that rents and royalties from leases of the minerals under the state's rivers and streams shall be expended for road paving and maintenance - To Roads and Transportation then Finance


2978.By Del. Upson - Relating to inspection of vehicles and providing that defects in windshields and windows that do not obscure vision are not unsafe conditions - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary


2979.By Del. Fleischauer, Pasdon, Kurcaba, Guthrie and Pushkin - Clarifying that the county or regional solid waste authority that may impose and collect an additional solid waste assessment fee is the county or region where the waste originates (FN) - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


2980.By Del. Householder, Evans, A., Hamilton, Overington, Hill and Cadle - Providing that a concealed weapon license is not required when carrying a concealed handgun for self defense while hunting, hiking, camping or in a motor vehicle - To Judiciary


2981.By Del. Eldridge - Relating to purchase of service credit following transfer to the State Teachers Retirement System (FN) - To Education then Finance


2982.By Del. Skinner - Relating to net metering - To Energy then Judiciary


2983.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) (By Request) - Prohibiting a county parks commission from rule-making authority as it regards firearms - To Judiciary


2984.By Del. Storch, Westfall, Pethtel, Gearheart, Howell, Rowan, Evans, D., Zatezalo and Fluharty - Creating a Silver Alert program for senior citizens - To Senior Citizen Issues then Judiciary


2985.By Del. Storch, Phillips, R., Howell and Evans, D. - Establishing radiation levels for oil and gas drill cuttings that are disposed in solid waste - To Energy then Judiciary


2986.By Del. Reynolds - Increasing pay to teachers (FN) - To Education then Finance


2987.By Del. Fast - Relating to mine safety - To Energy then Finance


2988.By Del. Storch, Anderson, Ashley, Duke, Evans, A., Pasdon and Pethtel - Authorizing the Tax Commissioner to collect tax, interest and penalties due and owing from payments to vendors and contractors from the Auditor and other state, county, district or municipal officers and agents (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


2989.By Del. Storch, Ferro, Evans, A., Canterbury, Azinger, Kelly, Border, Westfall, Boggs and McGeehan - Requiring each judicial circuit to have a court-appointed special advocate program and each county to have a special advocate for children in abuse and neglect proceedings (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


2990.By Del. Stansbury, Hill, Arvon, Phillips, R. and Sponaugle - Relating to requirements for insurance policies and contracts providing accident and sickness insurance or direct health care services that cover prescription eye drops - To Health and Human Resources


2991.By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Relating to the Freedom of Information Act - To Judiciary


2992.By Del. Hamrick - Publishing detailed information about the operations of state, county and municipal agencies (FN) - To Government Organization


2993.By Del. Sobonya and Miller - Relating to pay on promotion of employees in the classified service (FN) - To Finance


2994.By Del. Moffatt - Prohibiting courts from using, implementing, referring to or incorporating a tenet of any body of religious sectarian law into any decision - To Judiciary


2995.By Del. Perdue - Giving an annual 1% annuity adjustment to all eligible retired deputy sheriffs (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


2996.By Del. Moffatt - Prohibiting public officials and employees from using public funds for self promotion - To Judiciary


2997.By Del. Phillips, L. - Providing a one-time salary increase of $1,500 for any Department of Highways employee with a salary less than $50,000 (FN) - To Finance


2998.By Del. Phillips, L. - Providing a one-time salary increase of $1,500 for any Department of Health and Human Resources employee with a salary less than $50,000 (FN) - To Finance


2999.By Del. Miller - Relating to neonatal abstinence centers - To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary


3000.By Del. Upson and Espinosa - Establishing a Hotel and Restaurant Renovation Tax Credit (FN) - To Finance


3001.By Del. Overington, Rowan and Butler - Requiring private clubs to be closed from two o'clock a.m. to seven o'clock a.m. on weekdays (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


3002.By Del. Folk, Frich, McGeehan, Ihle, Nelson, J. and Faircloth - Making all future federal and local statutes, ordinances, laws, orders and rules concerning firearms, firearm accessories, ammunition and their accouterments invalid and unenforceable (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


3003.By Del. Pethtel, Ferro, Caputo, Longstreth, Ashley, Walters and Canterbury - Continuing the personal income tax adjustment to the gross income of certain retirees (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance


3004.By Del. Sobonya, Miller, Rohrbach and Eldridge - Creating the West Virginia Addictions Treatment and Recovery Fund (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance


3005.By Del. Fleischauer, Pushkin, Guthrie, Lynch, Rowe, Skinner and Longstreth - Prohibiting blasting within six hundred twenty-five feet of an occupied dwelling - To Energy then Judiciary


3006.By Del. Nelson, E., Ashley, Anderson, Boggs, Williams, White, H., Storch, Gearheart, Bates, Espinosa and O'Neal - Relating to the determination of the adjusted rate established by the Tax Commissioner for the administration of tax deficiencies - To Finance


3007.By Del. Sobonya, Miller, Ihle and Border - Exempting from food related laws or rules for certain individually produced agricultural products - To Health and Human Resources


3008.By Del. Sobonya, Miller, Perdue, Fleischauer, Campbell, Reynolds, Pushkin, Hicks, Guthrie, Rowan and Arvon - Relating to certificates of need for certain skilled nursing facilities - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization


3009.By Del. Smith, P., Hartman, Campbell, Moye, Nelson, J., Canterbury, Cooper, Evans, D., Kessinger, Hill and Ambler - Removing criminal penalties applicable to midwives (FN) - To Judiciary


3010.By Del. Fleischauer, Moye, Skinner, Manchin, Pethtel, Ferro, Lynch, Cooper and Butler - Modifying definitions related to the one-call system - To Judiciary


3011.By Del. Sobonya, Weld, Marcum, Hicks, Phillips, R., Azinger, Shott, Miller, Fast, Butler and Smith, R. - Relating to the Uniform Controlled Substances Act (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance


3012.By Del. Pushkin - Relating to the Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance


3013.By Del. Fleischauer, Manchin, Perdue, Pushkin, Guthrie, Fluharty and Skinner - Relating generally to horizontal well control standards - To Energy then Judiciary


3014.By Del. Folk - Changing the manner members are appointed to the Eastern West Virginia Regional Airport Authority - To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary


3015.By Del. Fast - Enabling legislation for the "Nonprofit Youth Organization Tax Exemption Support Amendment" to Article X of the Constitution of the State of West Virginia (FN) - To Judiciary then Finance