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House Bills Introduced


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HOUSE OF DELEGATES

BILLS TO BE INTRODUCED

Thursday, January 17, 2019

2010.   By Del. Kessinger, Ellington, Hill, Summers, Pack, Storch, Rowan, Sypolt, Harshbarger, Phillips and Capito - Relating to foster care - To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Health and Human Resources

2470.   By Del. Foster, Kessinger, Waxman, Storch, Dean, Fast, Miller, Hamrick, Hanna, Hornbuckle and Higginbotham - Allowing public school education or employer-sponsored training programs to count towards occupational certification and/or licensure (FN) - To Industry and Labor then Education

2471.   By Del. Steele, Pack, Harshbarger, Mandt, J. Jeffries, Graves, Howell, Wilson, Foster and Kessinger - Increasing criminal penalties for impersonation of law-enforcement officers or officials - To the Judiciary

2472.   By Del. Linville, Householder, Lovejoy, Graves, Higginbotham, Summers, Skaff, Maynard, J. Jeffries, Hornbuckle and Jennings - Providing a special license plate for pollinators (FN) - To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance

2473.   By Del. Pushkin and Hornbuckle - Prohibiting the private ownership or operation of a prison - To the Judiciary

2474.   By Del. Westfall, Azinger, Criss, D. Jeffries, Hamrick, Mandt and Nelson - Relating to a reserving methodology for health insurance and annuity contracts (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then the Judiciary

2475.   By Del. Westfall, Queen, D. Jeffries, Hott, Graves, Nelson, Malcolm, Atkinson, Cooper, Higginbotham and Sypolt - Department of Agriculture Capital Improvements Fund - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

2476.   By Del. Westfall, Azinger, Hott, D. Jeffries, Graves, Jennings, Criss, Mandt and Nelson - Relating to the valuation of a motor vehicle involved in an insurance claim (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then the Judiciary

2477.   By Del. Steele, Pack, Shott, D. Kelly and Householder - Establishing different rates of taxation for tobacco products for certain border counties (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then the Judiciary then Finance

2478.   By Del. Steele and Pack - Modifying the Fair Trade Practices Act - To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then the Judiciary

2479.   By Del. D. Jeffries, Westfall, Hott, Azinger, Graves, Sypolt, Criss, Mandt and Nelson [By Request of the Insurance Commission] - Corporate Governance Annual Disclosure Act - To Banking and Insurance then the Judiciary

2480.   By Del. Hott, Westfall, Azinger, D. Jeffries, Graves, Jennings, Criss, Mandt and Nelson [By Request of the Insurance Commission] - Relating to the regulation of an internationally active insurance group (FN) - To Banking and Insurance then the Judiciary

2481.   By Del. Steele, Foster and Kessinger - Permitting retail liquor licensees to sell alcoholic beverages from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Sundays (FN) - To the Judiciary

2482.   By Del. Mr. Hanshaw Mr. Speaker and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to the reorganization of state agencies involved in emergency and disaster planning (FN) - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization

2483.   By Del. Mr. Hanshaw Mr. Speaker and Miley [By Request of the Executive] - Relating to incentives for mathematics teachers (FN) - To Education then Finance

2484.   By Del. Fleischauer, Pethtel, Williams, Pyles, Hansen, Walker, Jennings, Sypolt, Phillips, Miley and Hamrick - Mountaineer Trail Network Recreation Authority - To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization

2485.   By Del. Pushkin, Miller, Kump, Rowe, Caputo, Byrd, McGeehan, Queen, Canestraro, Paynter and Wilson - Relating to expungement of criminal convictions (FN) - To the Judiciary

2486.   By Del. Shott - Using records of criminal conviction to disqualify a person from receiving a license for a profession or occupation - To the Judiciary

2487.   By Del. Williams - Pothole app and map - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization

2488.   By Del. Williams - Relating to the theft of consumer identity protections - To the Judiciary

2489.   By Del. Anderson, Higginbotham, J. Kelly, Miley, Cadle, Evans, Azinger, Harshbarger, Pethtel, Boggs and Nelson  - Relating to the removal of the severance tax on oil and gas produced from low producing oil and natural gas wells (FN) - To Energy then Finance

2490.   By Del. Howell, Pack, Hott, Rowan, Hamrick, Dean, Graves, Ellington, Staggers, Steele and Higginbotham - Preventing proposing or enforcing rules that prevent recreational water facilities from making necessary upgrades - To Health and Human Resources

2491.   By Del. Fleischauer, Pyles, Walker, Hansen, Pethtel, Williams, Caputo, Sypolt, Jennings, Angelucci and Miley - Providing certain employees of the Highways increases in annual pay (FN) - To Finance

2492.   By Del. Ellington, Hill, Summers, Pack, Atkinson, Wilson, Worrell, D. Jeffries, Hollen and Butler - Relating to mandatory reporting procedures of abuse and neglect of adults and children - To Health and Human Resources

2493.   By Del. Rowan, Lovejoy, Fast, Kessinger, Pack, Sypolt and Butler - Nondiscrimination in Involuntary Denial of Treatment Act (FN) - To Health and Human Resources then the Judiciary

2494.   By Del. Steele, Kessinger, Pack and Howell - Relating to the ineligibility for home incarceration for offenders under certain circumstances (FN) - To the Judiciary

2495.   By Del. Kump, Bibby and Wilson - Authorizing certain West Virginia courthouse security officers to carry concealed firearms - To the Judiciary

2496.   By Del. Kump - Shifting funding from the Landfill Closure Assistance Fund to local solid waste authorities (FN) - To Political Subdivisions then Finance

2497.   By Del. Kump - Relating to the whistle-blower law - To the Judiciary

2498.   By Del. Pack, Hollen, Graves, Householder, Byrd, Kessinger, Steele and Summers - Allowing municipalities to prepay their annual contributions to the policemen's or firemen's pension and relief fund - To Pensions and Retirement then Finance

2499.   By Del. Capito - Relating to the publication of sample ballots for electronic voting machines - To Political Subdivisions then the Judiciary

2500.   By Del. Byrd, Lavender-Bowe, S. Brown, Longstreth, Estep-Burton, Walker and Fleischauer - Exempting certain hygiene products from sales tax (FN) - To Finance

2501.   By Del. Byrd, Skaff and Caputo - Authorizing municipal fire departments specialized license plates - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Government Organization

2502.   By Del. Steele, Pack, Harshbarger, Mandt, Graves, Wilson, Foster and Kessinger - Prohibiting registered sex offenders from participating in Halloween activities (FN) - To the Judiciary

2503.   By Del. Steele, Pack, Harshbarger, Mandt, J. Jeffries, Graves, Wilson, Foster and Kessinger - Relating to court actions - To the Judiciary

2504.   By Del. Atkinson, Westfall, Anderson, Hill, Criss, C. Martin, J. Kelly, Higginbotham, P. Martin, Nelson and Harshbarger - Relating to complimentary samples of nonintoxicating beer or nonintoxicating craft beer - To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then the Judiciary

2505.   By Del. Steele - Relating to the ineligibility for probation of certain defendants - To the Judiciary

2506.   By Del. Steele - Providing that attorneys-at-law may not be involuntarily appointed as counsel in any judicial matter - To the Judiciary

2507.   By Del. Steele, Pack, Harshbarger, Mandt, J. Jeffries, Graves, Howell, Wilson, Foster and Kessinger - Eliminating good time credit for inmates who have been convicted on a prior occasion of another felony offense in an unrelated matter (FN) - To the Judiciary

2508.   By Del. Steele, Paynter, Harshbarger, Mandt, J. Jeffries, Graves, Howell, Wilson, Foster and Kessinger - Relating to certain defendants ineligible for probation (FN) - To the Judiciary

2509.   By Del. Pack, Dean, Wilson and Rohrbach - Clarifying that theft of a controlled substance is a felony - To the Judiciary

 

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