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Phil Mallow (R - Marion, 075)


Capitol Office:
Room 202E, Building 1
State Capitol Complex
Charleston, WV 25305
Capitol Phone: (304) 340-3331

P.O. Box 3
Kingmont, WV 26578

Phil Mallow Biography

Date of Birth: July 6th, 1957

Education: Allegany College of Maryland

Occupation: UPS Management (Retired)

Spouse: Pamela Raye

Children: Philip Wayne Jr. and Richard Matthew

Parents: Richard and Mary Yvonne Mallow

Religion: Baptist

Town of Birth: Cumberland, MD


CHAIR: Committee on Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services
Government Organization
Workforce Development

CHAIR: Subcommittee for Volunteer Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services
CHAIR: Volunteer Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services
Government Organization
Workforce Development and Labor Issues


District Counties: Marion



Delegate Mallow was the Lead Sponsor of 38 bills
HJR 5Increase Homestead exemptionPendingFinance
HJR 6Increasing the Homestead Exemption PendingFinance
HB 4225Award military veterans with a “Veterans” license platePending
HB 4374Better protect citizens in the event of a car accident with an uninsured motoristPendingBanking and Insurance
HB 4375Provide programs to educate senior citizensPendingEducation
HB 4376Relating to surgical smoke evacuationSigned
HB 4377To protect homeowners from unscrupulous contractorsPendingJudiciary
HB 4383Relating to damages for medical monitoring; establishing requirements for an order for payment of medical monitoring expensesPendingJudiciary
HB 4384Change filing fees that circuit courts may chargePendingJudiciary
HB 4385Require all public contracts be publicly advertisedPendingPolitical Subdivisions
HB 4409Relating to property taxes dedicated to volunteer fire departmentsPendingBanking and Insurance
HB 4411Standardize gas and oil contractsPendingJudiciary
HB 4422Require special elections to be held same day as primary or general electionPendingPolitical Subdivisions
HB 4554Establish quick response teams to work with drug users who are arrestedPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 4556Require all tax assessments be done on a periodic schedulePendingFinance
HB 4673Limit number of visitor bureaus that can exist in a countyPending
HB 4674Require that a public service district board that represents more than one community have at least one member from each communityPendingPolitical Subdivisions
HB 4675Require all registered voters to produce a photo ID to vote in all public office electionsPendingJudiciary
HB 4676Assure West Virginians proper access to water and sewage service at reasonable ratesPendingGovernment Organization
HB 4710Limit property tax increases on certain individualsPendingFinance
HB 4711Assure West Virginians proper access to water and sewage service at reasonable ratesPendingJudiciary
HB 4712Relating generally to coal fired energy plants and wind powerPending
HB 4728Limit amount a county tax assessor can increase assessed value of antique or classic carsPendingPolitical Subdivisions
HB 4729Allow local governments to hold property owners more accountable for upkeep of buildingsPendingPolitical Subdivisions
HB 4735Create a Police Officer’s Bill of RightsPendingJudiciary
HB 5102To reduce the business license fee for WV Volunteer Fire Departments to $250Pending
HB 5103Relating to payment for EMS treatment without transportPendingFinance
HB 5146Increase penalties for abuse of or cruelty to animalsPendingAgriculture and Natural Resources
HB 5147To quantify fair workman compensation rates and more equitable method of tracking/billing for various classifications within volunteer fire departments and emergency rescue personnelPendingFinance
HB 5148Reducing cost for Volunteer Fire and EMS suppliesPending
HB 5177Relating generally to required/mandated state audits for Volunteer Fire DeparmentsPendingGovernment Organization
HB 5201Addressing the number of ambulance squads needed per affected population in every countyPending
HB 5202Provide volunteer firemen free license plates and vehicle registrationPending
HB 5203Relating generally to annual funding from the WV State Budget for Volunteer Fire Department and EMSPending
HB 5204Developing a program for equitable reimbursement rate for EMS transports and treatment in placePending
HB 5522Relating to providing a credit against the business and occupation tax imposed on coal-fired electric generating units to help off-set environmental compliance costsPendingFinance
HB 5673Consolidate county school boardsPendingEducation
HB 5680Relating to stricter enformecement for parking in a handicapped designated spotPending


Release TitleDate
Delegates Propose Tax Relief for Seniors02/11/2022
Marion County Delegation Expresses Concern Regarding Future of John Manchin, Sr. Health Care Center02/01/2022
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