Wednesday, February 17, 2016

4575.   By Del. McCuskey, Foster and Hanshaw - Creating criminal offenses relating to money laundering (FN) - To the Judiciary

4576.   By Del. Sobonya, Weld, Azinger, Shott, Marcum, Byrd, Hicks, Fast and Rohrbach - Increasing the penalties for transporting controlled substances into the state except marihuana (FN) - To Select Committee on Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then the Judiciary

4577.   By Del. Overington, Folk, Kessinger, Shaffer and Azinger - Creating an additional penalty for use of a firearm in furtherance of a drug offense (FN) - To Select Committee on Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then the Judiciary

4578.   By Del. Weld, Byrd, Sobonya, B. White, Foster, Moore, Hicks and Perdue - Creating a criminal offense of conspiracy to violate the drug laws (FN) - To Select Committee on Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then the Judiciary

4579.   By Del. Lane, Summers, Hanshaw, Zatezalo, Storch, Manchin, Skinner, Miley, Sobonya, Fluharty and Byrd - Relating to voter registration list maintenance and the combined voter registration and driver licensing fund (FN) - To the Judiciary then Finance

4580.   By Del. R. Smith, Blair, Hill, Faircloth, Ihle and Atkinson - Terminating the State Board of Registration of Foresters - To Government Organization then Finance

4581.   By Del. Perry - Relating to ownership of real property housing BridgeValley Community and Technical College at the West Virginia Education, Research, and Technology Park - To Education then Finance

4582.   By Del. Perry - Relating to Bridge Valley Community and Technical College service facility fee assessments - To Education then Finance

4583.   By Del. McCuskey, McGeehan, Moffatt, Blair, Foster, Byrd, Fluharty, Weld, B. White and Storch - Relating to fantasy games - To the Judiciary then Finance

4584.   By Del. Upson - Prohibiting shifting future development costs onto existing public service district customers (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance

4585.   By Del. Fluharty, Storch, McCuskey, Blair, Miley, Kessinger, Ferro, Hornbuckle, Reynolds, Byrd and Bates - Establishing the “Stay in State” tax credit (FN) - To Education then Finance

4586.   By Del. Cowles - Ensuring that the interest of protected persons, incarcerated persons and unknown owners are protected in condemnation actions filed by the Division of Highways - To the Judiciary

4587.   By Del. Moffatt - Relating to violations associated with absent voters’ ballots - To Political Subdivisions then the Judiciary

4588.   By Del. Sobonya, Rohrbach, Stansbury, Waxman, Miller, Morgan, Reynolds, Hicks, Perdue and Hornbuckle - Requiring the West Virginia Secondary Schools Activities Commission to adopt certain safety standards for youth lacrosse - To Health and Human Resources then Education

4589.   By Del. Manchin - Reauthorizing, with amendment, the legislative rule contained in title twenty-eight, series two of the Code of State Rules relating to the Contractors Licensing Act - To the Judiciary

4590.   By Del. Walters - Relating to the requirements for making regulated consumer loans - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

4591.   By Del. Lane - Continuing the state’s bundled service funding and reimbursement program for residential treatment of at-risk children (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

4592.   By Del. McGeehan, Ihle, Kelly and Folk - Relating to the hunting of coyotes - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then the Judiciary

4593.   By Del. Cooper, Fleischauer, Manchin, Pushkin, Perdue, Moore, Campbell, Bates, Faircloth, Rodighiero and Skinner - Protecting consumers from surprise bills by health care providers - To Banking and Insurance then Health and Human Resources

4594.   By Del. Howell, Sponaugle, Cadle, Hartman, Morgan, Blair, Hamilton and Butler - Relating to predoctoral psychology internship qualifications - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

4595.   By Del. Perry, Campbell, Lynch, Reynolds, Folk, Moore, Kessinger, Cooper, Ambler, Perdue and Miller - Developing a county plan to use funds designated for the support of isolated schools - To Education then Finance

4596.   By Del. R. Smith - Creating a five-year tax credit for businesses locating on post-mine sites (FN) - To Energy then Finance

4597.   By Del. Fleischauer, P. Smith, Shaffer, Caputo, Morgan, Lynch, Ferro, Faircloth, Moffatt, Pushkin and Eldridge - Expanding duties of Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists to permit students to perform acts of public service - To Government Organization

4598.   By Del. Rowe, Pushkin, Sobonya, Miller, Hornbuckle, Moore, Perry, Fluharty, B. White, Guthrie and Fleischauer - Establishing the Minority Health Advisory Team; and authorizing a Community Health Equity Initiative Demonstration Project (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

4599.   By Del. Skinner, Fleischauer, Campbell, Guthrie, Fluharty, Miley, Manchin, Reynolds, P. White, Eldridge and Byrd - Extending the statute of limitations in personal actions for damages for victims of criminal actions - To the Judiciary

4600.   By Del. Skinner, Fleischauer, Perry, Guthrie, Miley, Manchin, Reynolds, P. White, Campbell, Eldridge and Byrd - Child Victims Act - To the Judiciary

4601.   By Del. Upson (By Request) - Providing that the court allocate time equally between parents, unless equal custody is not consistent with the best interest of the child - To the Judiciary

4602.   By Del. Sobonya, Rohrbach, Miller, Border, D. Evans, Cooper, Ambler, Waxman, B. White, Statler and Summers - Increasing mandatory minimum sentences for trafficking drugs into the state (FN) - To Select Committee on Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then the Judiciary

4603.   By Del. Walters and Frich - Replacing the word “unconscionable” with the word “fraudulent”, referring to conduct - To the Judiciary

4604.   By Del. Householder, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Kessinger, Upson, Shott, Folk and Lane - Relating to violations of the Ethics Act - To the Judiciary

4605.   By Del. Kessinger, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Shott, Householder, Upson, Lane and Folk - Prohibiting contracting with a state agency unless business entity submits disclosure of interested parties - To the Judiciary

4606.   By Del. Upson, Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead), Lane, Kessinger, Shott, Householder and Folk - Relating to the recusal of certain public officials from voting for appropriation of moneys to nonprofit entities - To the Judiciary