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House Bills Introduced


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HOUSE OF DELEGATES

BILLS TO BE INTRODUCED

Friday, January 19, 2018

4202.   By Del. Storch, Ferro, R. Romine, Hamrick, Ellington, McGeehan, Pyles, Lynch, Paynter, Barrett and Longstreth - Model Veterans Treatment Court Act (FN) - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then the Judiciary

4203.   By Del. Butler, Cooper, Ambler, Ward, Hollen, Westfall, Criss, Harshbarger, Kelly, Zatezalo and Householder - Campus Free Speech Act (FN) - To Education then the Judiciary

4204.   By Del. C. Miller, A. Evans, Sobonya, McGeehan, Frich, Atkinson, Westfall, Butler, Cooper, Harshbarger and Ambler - Relating rights guaranteed by the West Virginia Constitution and the United States Constitution when deciding the comity of a legal decision in a foreign country - To the Judiciary

4205.   By Del. Phillips, Maynard, Criss, Statler, Paynter, Ambler, Lane, McGeehan, R. Miller, Eldridge and Dean - Entitling natural resource producers to the economic opportunity tax credit (FN) - To Energy then Finance

4206.   By Del. Shott, Gearheart and Ellington - Revising pupil to teacher ratio for elementary schools (FN) - To Education then Finance

4207.   By Del. Shott and Hanshaw - Authorizing an online application to receive a commission to act as a notary public, and eliminating the bond requirement - To the Judiciary

4208.   By Del. Storch, Hamrick, Ellington and Barrett - Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act - To the Judiciary

4209.   By Del. Storch, Ferro, R. Romine, Hamrick, Ellington, Pyles and Barrett - Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act - To the Judiciary

4210.   By Del. Marcum, Thompson, Hicks, Isner, Rodighiero, Eldridge, R. Miller, Robinson and Williams - Creating tax credits for new and/or existing small businesses in this state (FN) - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance

4211.   By Del. Marcum, Eldridge, Rodighiero, Hicks, R. Miller, Isner, Phillips, Hollen, Maynard and E. Evans - Increasing penalties for public school employees that embezzle public funds - To Education then the Judiciary

4212.   By Del. Marcum, R. Miller, Hicks, Eldridge, Thompson, Isner, Phillips, Hollen, E. Evans and Rodighiero - Relating to intentional killing based on status as law- enforcement officer - To the Judiciary then Finance

4213.   By Del. Phillips, Blair, Criss, Lane, McGeehan, Marcum, Gearheart and Maynard - Reducing the severance tax on coal to two percent (FN) - To Energy then Finance

4214.   By Del. Eldridge, Maynard, Diserio, R. Miller, Campbell, Marcum, Dean, Phillips, Ambler, Paynter and Cooper - Increasing penalties for unlawfully possessing or digging ginseng (FN) - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then the Judiciary

4215.   By Del. Lane, Westfall, Kelly, White and Hanshaw - Relating to the involuntary hospitalization of persons administered opioid antagonists (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then the Judiciary

4216.   By Del. Shott, Ellington and Gearheart - Revising the order in which qualified applicants are considered for service personnel employment by county boards of education - To Education

4217.   By Del. Ellington, Sobonya, Atkinson, Queen, Summers, White, Westfall, Dean, Criss and Rohrbach - Permitting an attending physician to obtain a patient’s autopsy report - To Health and Human Resources then the Judiciary

4218.   By Del. Ellington, Summers, Householder, Rohrbach, Sobonya, Criss and Hollen - Relating to medical professional liability - To Health and Human Resources then the Judiciary

4219.   By Del. Espinosa, Statler, Upson, Cooper, Dean, Wilson and Higginbotham - Permitting employees of educational services cooperatives to participate in the State Teachers Retirement System (FN) - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

4220.   By Del. Espinosa, Statler, Upson, Cooper, Dean, Wilson, Higginbotham and Folk - Relating generally to grounds for revocation of a teaching certificate - To Education then the Judiciary

4221.   By Del. Brewer, Sponaugle, Iaquinta, Diserio, Canestraro, Ferro, Fluharty, Isner, Hornbuckle, R. Miller and Maynard - Requiring the Tax Commissioner to maintain a centralized computerized information system (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance

4222.   By Del. Hamilton, Frich, R. Romine, A. Evans, Ambler, Cooper, Lynch, Pyles, Sponaugle, Iaquinta and Marcum - Requiring the owners of motorboats to carry liability insurance, regardless of the horsepower or length of the motorboat - To Banking and Insurance then the Judiciary

4223.   By Del. Rowan, Rohrbach, R. Romine, Wagner, Cooper, Ambler, Moye and Kelly - Developing a resource for use by parents to monitor and track deaf and hard-of-hearing children’s receptive and expressive language (FN) - To Education

4224.   By Del. Shott, Ellington and Gearheart - Establishing an eight-hour work day for school service personnel (FN) - To Industry and Labor then Education

4225.   By Del. Shott, Gearheart and Ellington - Eliminating the written consent requirement for relegating any condition of employment for service personnel (FN) - To Education

4226.   By Del. Shott, Ellington and Gearheart - Eliminating the competency testing requirement for school service personnel (FN) - To Education

4227.   By Del. Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Relating generally to drug control - To Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse then the Judiciary

4228.   By Del. Brewer, Sponaugle, Robinson, Isner, Canestraro, Williams, E. Evans, R. Miller, Ferro, Caputo and Diserio - Requiring available materials, supplies, equipment and other items purchased by the state and its agencies to be made in the United States (FN) - To Industry and Labor then the Judiciary

4229.   By Del. Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Miley - Relating to debarment of vendors seeking to provide goods and services to the state and its subdivisions (FN) - To Government Organization then Finance

4230.   By Del. Westfall, Frich, White and Upson - Relating to credit for reinsurance (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then the Judiciary

4231.   By Del. Shott, Gearheart and Ellington - Eliminating the requirement to pay service personnel for at least a full day of work when he or she has worked more than three and one-half hours on any Saturday or Sunday (FN) - To Education then Finance

 

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