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House Bills Introduced


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HOUSE OF DELEGATES

BILLS TO BE INTRODUCED

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

4513.   By Del. Shott and Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) - Relating to debarment of vendors seeking to provide goods and services to the state and its subdivisions (FN) - To the Judiciary

4514.   By Del. Sobonya, C. Miller, Rohrbach, Queen, Butler, Canestraro, Summers, Higginbotham, Pack, Lovejoy and Sypolt - Making it a felony to knowingly house drug traffickers (FN) - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then the Judiciary

4515.   By Del. Isner, Moore, Cooper, Kessinger and Ward - Relating to elections of judges - To the Judiciary

4516.   By Del. R. Miller, Campbell, Lovejoy, C. Miller, Miley, Hamilton and Rohrbach - Relating to the accrued benefit of retirees in the Deputy Sheriff Retirement System (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

4517.   By Del. Ward, Paynter and Jennings - Relating to assessment value of wind turbines (FN) - To Energy then Finance

4518.   By Del. A. Evans - Establishing the Southern West Virginia Lake Development Study Commission - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization

4519.   By Del. Statler, Maynard, Cooper, R. Miller, Sponaugle, Love, Jennings and Lovejoy - Relating to supplemental Medicaid and Medicare reimbursements for ground emergency medical transportation services - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Finance

4520.   By Del. Williams, Fleischauer, Longstreth, Lynch, Ellington, Barrett, Brewer, Caputo and E. Evans - Requiring free feminine hygiene products in grades 6 through 12 - To Education then Finance

4521.   By Del. Wilson - Mountain State Employee Compensation Realignment Act (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

4522.   By Del. Nelson [By Request of the WV State Tax & Revenue Department] - Allowing certain tax information to be shared with the Director of Purchasing Division, Department of Administration, and State Auditor - To Finance

4523.   By Del. Foster - Relating to pecuniary interest of county and district officers, teachers and school officials in contracts - To Government Organization then the Judiciary

4524.   By Del. Ellington and Summers - Establishing guidelines for the substitution of certain biological pharmaceuticals - To Health and Human Resources then the Judiciary

4525.   By Del. Sobonya - Relating to residency requirements for people entitled to vote and people eligible to register to vote - To the Judiciary

4526.   By Del. Walters, Campbell, Cowles, R. Miller, Queen, R. Romine, Bates and Ambler - Requiring any newly appointed chief executive of a municipal law-enforcement agency to be a certified law-enforcement officer - To Political Subdivisions then the Judiciary

4527.   By Del. Westfall - Requiring health care insurance policies to provide coverage for services performed by a pharmacist - To Banking and Insurance then the Judiciary

4528.   By Del. Blair - Relating to transfers and enrollment policies for students in public schools - To Education

4529.   By Del. Rohrbach - Relating to oath by municipal official certifying list of delinquent business and occupation taxes - To the Judiciary

4530.   By Del. Eldridge and Canestraro - West Virginia Natural Resources Permanent Fund - To Energy then Finance

4531.   By Del. Hanshaw - Requiring that a deputy sheriff be paid a salary of not less than $10.50 per hour (FN) - To Finance

4532.   By Del. Foster - Relating to a prime contractor’s responsibility for wages and benefits - To Industry and Labor then the Judiciary

4533.   By Del. Hornbuckle, Canestraro, Dean, Diserio, Lovejoy and R. Miller - Making it a misdemeanor for a person to knowingly allow a felony drug offense to be committed on his or her property (FN) - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then the Judiciary

4534.   By Del. Howell - Relating to the executive secretary of the Health Professional Licensing Boards - To Government Organization then Finance

4535.   By Del. Westfall [By Request of the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning Board)] - Relating to payment by paper warrant - To Government Organization then Finance

4536.   By Del. Walters, Byrd, E. Evans, Pushkin, Hornbuckle, Longstreth, Caputo and Lovejoy - Exempting certain hygiene products from sales tax (FN) - To Finance

4537.   By Del. Rowe - Increasing the tobacco products excise tax (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then Finance

4538.   By Del. Pack, Cooper, Adkins, Moye and Bates - Adding a magistrate position to serve Raleigh County - To the Judiciary then Finance

4539.   By Del. Walters, Pethtel, Anderson, Hamilton, Hollen and E. Evans - Providing an annual annuity adjustment of 1 percent for eligible deputy sheriff retirants and surviving spouses (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

4540.   By Del. Hanshaw - Implementing a process for counties to obtain grants from an existing federal fund designated the Help America Vote Act Fund - To the Judiciary then Finance

4541.   By Del. Rowe, Robinson, Ward, Pushkin, Byrd, Graves, Barrett, Caputo and Miley - Reinstating the film tax credits - To Government Organization then Finance

4542.   By Del. Hanshaw - Allowing public service districts to accept payment by credit card - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

4543.   By Del. Byrd, Caputo, Boggs, Bates, Barrett, Longstreth, Lovejoy, Fluharty, Diserio, Robinson and Thompson - Imposing a special excise tax on Schedule II controlled drugs (FN) - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Finance

4544.   By Del. Capito - Creating a matching program for the small business innovation and research program and the small business technology transfer program - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance

4545.   By Del. Hornbuckle and Moye - Establishing a pilot program to develop school-based mental and behavioral health services - To Health and Human Resources then Education

4546.   By Del. Sobonya, Frich, C. Romine, C. Miller, Rohrbach, Butler, Summers, Pack, Hanshaw and Lovejoy - Relating to where an application for a marriage license may be made - To the Judiciary

4547.   By Del. Statler, Maynard, Cooper, R. Miller, Lovejoy, Love, Sponaugle and Jennings - Recognition of Emergency Medical Services Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then the Judiciary

4548.   By Del. Moore, Butler, Kessinger, Upson, Folk, Paynter, Martin and McGeehan - Relating to the registration of lobbyists - To the Judiciary

4549.   By Del. Dean, Thompson, E. Evans, Williams, Campbell and Hornbuckle - Requiring school counselors in public schools to spend 100 percent of their time on comprehensive school counseling programs - To Education then Finance

4550.   By Del. Barrett and Householder - Providing the Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists the authority to establish an apprenticeship program for cosmetologists - To Government Organization

4551.   By Del. Deem - Requiring the mineral estate of an unknown owner be sold to the legal surface owner at the fair market value of the mineral interest - To Energy then the Judiciary

4552.   By Del. Barrett, Byrd, Fluharty, Pack, Hornbuckle and Foster - Relating to the definition of a raffle (FN) - To the Judiciary

4553.   By Del. Rohrbach, Queen, Sobonya, Summers, Dean, Westfall, Frich, Ward, Pyles and Lovejoy - Requiring applicants for new and renewed drivers’ licenses to be asked if they desire to be organ donors - To Roads and Transportation then Government Organization

4554.   By Del. Hollen, Phillips, Criss, Deem, Butler, Ward, Kelly, Sobonya, Fast, Overington and Cooper - Prohibiting counties, municipalities, and cities from passing any sanctuary ordinances, policies, and procedures - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then the Judiciary

4555.   By Del. Butler, McGeehan, Hollen, Ward, Phillips, C. Miller, Jennings, Folk, Moye and Lynch - Refugee Information Act (FN) - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

4556.   By Del. Pack, Hamrick, Graves, Ambler, Cooper, Wagner, Higginbotham, Howell, Phillips and Eldridge - Establishing the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Police Officer Retirement System (FN) - To the Judiciary then Finance

4557.   By Del. Foster and Byrd - Increasing the salaries of circuit court judges, family court judges, and magistrates (FN) - To the Judiciary then Finance

4558.   By Del. Capito - Establishing the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Investment Fund in the West Virginia Development Office (FN) - To Finance

4559.   By Del. Westfall, Hornbuckle, Lane and R. Miller - Modernizing rental car interactions - To Roads and Transportation then the Judiciary

4560.   By Del. Phillips - Including a line item on all personal income tax returns giving taxpayers the option to donate to veterans - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

4561.   By Del. Frich and Sobonya - appoint the Attorney General or an assistant of Relating to the Attorney General as a special prosecutor to enforce provisions of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then the Judiciary

4562.   By Del. Foster - Relating to the definition of an “employee” for purposes of payment of minimum wages, maximum hours, and overtime compensation - To Industry and Labor then the Judiciary

4563.   By Del. Miley and Hanshaw - Removing the severance tax on oil and gas produced from low producing wells (FN) - To Energy then Finance

4564.   By Del. Dean - Assessing the college-and career-readiness of 11th and 12th grade students (FN) - To Education

4565.   By Del. Eldridge - Exempting social security benefits from personal income tax (FN) - To Senior Citizen Issues then Finance

4566.   By Del. Maynard, Cooper, Eldridge, Phillips, Iaquinta, Ward, Walters, A. Evans, Jennings, Martin and Dean - Relating to property exempt from taxation for military and veterans who have been honorably discharged - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

4567.   By Del. Upson - Ban-the-Box Act - To Industry and Labor then the Judiciary

4568.   By Del. Williams, Iaquinta, Isner and Byrd - Relating to cruelty to animals - To the Judiciary

4569.   By Del. Williams, Fleischauer, Fluharty, Diserio, Pushkin, Canestraro and Isner - Creating a statutory right to petition circuit and family courts for sibling visitation - To the Judiciary

4570.   By Del. Campbell, R. Miller, Canestraro, Thompson, Hicks, Ambler, Cooper, Wagner, Brewer, Lynch and Dean - Relating to a one percent supplement to retirement benefits for certain retirees and beneficiaries (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

4571.   By Del. Campbell, Ambler, Lynch, R. Miller, Canestraro, Thompson, Hicks, Cooper, Wagner, Brewer and Dean - Relating to the final day of filing announcements of candidates for a political office - To the Judiciary

4572.   By Del. Miley, C. Miller, Hamrick, Queen and Iaquinta - Increasing frequency of the State Police updating the state sex offender registry (FN) - To the Judiciary

4573.   By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Adding violations of law upon which a public servant’s retirement plan may be forfeited - To Pensions and Retirement then the Judiciary

4574.   By Del. Maynard - Relating to development of interests in natural gas and oil (FN) - To Energy then Finance

4575.   By Del. Householder [By Request]- Providing an exemption from use tax for sales of tangible personal property, custom software, or services generated through affiliate marketing (FN) - To the Judiciary then Finance

4576.   By Del. Paynter, Ward, Martin, Maynard, Cooper, Ambler and Fluharty - Relating to insurance unfair trade practices - To Banking and Insurance then the Judiciary

4577.   By Del. Dean - Relating to seniority rights and school consolidation - To Education

4578.   By Del. Paynter, Phillips, Maynard, Dean, McGeehan, Martin, Hill, Pack and Eldridge - Permitting residential customers to deduct up to 50 percent of their electric utility payments from their federal adjusted gross income (FN) - To Energy then Finance

4579.   By Del. Ward - Relating generally to financing political campaigns for elections - To the Judiciary

4580.   By Del. Zatezalo and Householder - Relating to submission of the budget bill - To Finance

4581.   By Del. Brewer, Iaquinta, Pyles and Campbell - Requiring influenza immunizations for health care workers - To Health and Human Resources then the Judiciary

4582.   By Del. Shott - Clarifying that students are not prohibited to possess a firearm or other deadly weapon on a school bus - To the Judiciary

4583.   By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Relating generally to the disclosure of certain confidential information - To the Judiciary

4584.   By Del. Ward, Butler, Hollen, Phillips and Folk - Prohibiting retailers from selling or leasing products that make content accessible on the Internet - To the Judiciary

4585.   By Del. Lovejoy - Relating to the Farm-To-Food Bank Tax Credit (FN) - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

4586.   By Del. Moye - Relating to verification of eligibility for employment - To Industry and Labor then the Judiciary

4587.   By Del. Miley, Pyles, Diserio, Ferro, Brewer, Iaquinta, Isner, Hornbuckle, Longstreth, Pushkin and Sponaugle - Freezing the contribution of public employees for their health insurance costs through the Public Employees Insurance Agency (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

4588.   By Del. Folk, McGeehan and Householder - Establishing a system of district courts of appeals to serve as an intermediate level of appeals in judicial proceedings (FN) - To the Judiciary then Finance

4589.   By Del. Miley, Fluharty, Lovejoy, Byrd, Fleischauer, Rowe, R. Miller, Marcum, Isner, Hicks and Sponaugle - Authorizing magistrates to order emergency removal of child when parent’s drug use creates unsafe environment - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then the Judiciary

4590.   By Del. Sponaugle [By Request]- Nullifying certain adoption orders (FN) - To the Judiciary

4591.   By Del. Sponaugle [By Request]- Allowing municipalities to cancel elections when only one person is running (FN) - To Political Subdivisions then the Judiciary

4592.   By Del. C. Miller - Relating to probation and parole - To the Judiciary

4593.   By Del. R. Miller - Establishing motor vehicle registration plates for official vehicles of emergency management agencies - To Roads and Transportation then the Judiciary

4594.   By Del. Thompson, Marcum and Hicks - Permitting public employees the right to collectively bargain (FN) - To Industry and Labor then the Judiciary

4595.   By Del. Pyles - Providing local government the authority to place video cameras at road intersections - To Political Subdivisions then the Judiciary

4596.   By Del. Isner, Kessinger, Summers, Canestraro, Iaquinta, Moore, R. Miller, Foster, Sobonya and Hollen - Relating to terminating parental rights if an infant has tested positive for a Schedule I drug - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then the Judiciary

4597.   By Del. Howell, Graves, Pack, Hamrick, Martin, Ambler, McGeehan, Criss, Ward, Butler and Hill - Relating to the procedure to determine if an occupation or profession should be regulated - To Government Organization then the Judiciary

4598.   By Del. Isner, Kessinger, Longstreth, Pushkin, Thompson, Hicks, Williams and Fleischauer - Requiring that free feminine hygiene products be provided to female prisoners (FN) - To the Judiciary then Finance

4599.   By Del. Pyles - Permitting retail liquor licensees to sell alcoholic beverages after one o’clock p.m. on Sundays (FN) - To the Judiciary then Finance

4600.   By Del. Howell, Hamrick, Statler and Hill - Providing an exception to the prohibitions of persons between the age of 18 and 21 of carrying concealed handguns - To Government Organization then the Judiciary

4601.   By Del. Howell, Graves, Higginbotham and Hamrick - Changing the licensing requirement for certain casino employees - To Government Organization then the Judiciary

4602.   By Del. Campbell, R. Miller, Dean, Paynter, Thompson, Hicks, Ambler, Cooper, Wagner, Moye and Boggs - Relating generally to school calendars (FN) - To Education

4603.   By Del. Lane, Pushkin, Byrd, Capito, Robinson and Rowe - Providing immunity from civil liability to facilities and employees providing crisis stabilization - To the Judiciary

4604.   By Del. Hanshaw and Shott - Providing that proceeds from certain oil and gas wells that are due to persons whose name or address are unknown be kept in a special fund (FN) - To Energy then Finance

4605.   By Del. Campbell, Lynch, Moye, Rowe, Boggs, Caputo and Thompson - Relating to the assessment of nonoccupied property owned by out-of-state individuals (FN) - To the Judiciary then Finance

4606.   By Del. Campbell, Ambler, Cooper, Wagner, Brewer, Lynch and Dean - Relating to qualifications for a limited video lottery operator’s license - To the Judiciary then Finance

4607.   By Del. Hamrick, Higginbotham, Howell and Graves - Prohibiting the banning of the use of recreational drones at state parks - To the Judiciary

4608.   By Del. Hamrick - Creating a consumer's sales and service tax exemption for motion pictures - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance

4609.   By Del. Anderson - Relating to advertising by physicians and podiatrists - To Health and Human Resources then the Judiciary

4610.   By Del. Campbell - Authorizing the city of White Sulphur Springs, Greenbrier County, West Virginia, to expend both principal and interest from a special interest-bearing fund - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

4611.   By Del. Kessinger, Hill, Pack, Robinson and Graves - The Ryan Brown Addiction Prevention and Recovery Fund Act - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then Finance

4612.   By Del. Hanshaw - Prohibiting public utilities from prohibiting customers from constructing, installing, or maintaining a connection or other infrastructure - To Energy then Finance

The following bills are introduced pursuant to House Rule 92

4613.   By Del. Rohrbach, Barrett, Householder, Lovejoy, Ambler, Walters and Fleischauer - Providing funds from the State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund to the Ron Yost Personal Assistance Services Fund - To Finance

4614.   By Del. Pushkin - Relating to education to children and adults housed in correctional facilities and regional jails - To Education then Finance

4615.   By Del. Shott, Hanshaw, McGeehan, Folk, Paynter, Maynard, Wilson and Foster - Relating generally to forfeiture of contraband - To the Judiciary

4616.   By Del. Moye, Campbell and Sponaugle - Requiring a majority of affected persons to a minor boundary adjustment annexation to approve of the annexation - To Political Subdivisions then the Judiciary

4617.   By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Clarifying where a charge of DUI may be brought against an individual (FN) - To the Judiciary

4618.   By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Relating to the authority of the Division of Protective Services - To the Judiciary

 

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