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SB 39 Making false alarm felony in certain cases Chapter 104, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 52 Eliminating certain bond on out-of-state defendants in automobile accident cases Chapter 162, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 56 Prohibiting certain insurers to require persons under contract to use mail-order pharmacy Chapter 127, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 95 Increasing length and width for certain vehicles Chapter 161, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 105 Increasing tax on cigarettes Chapter 243, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective May 1, 2003
SB 107 Creating sales tax holiday for back-to-school purchases Chapter 239, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 112 Allowing farm wineries to manufacture, serve and sell certain wines Chapter 11, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective from passage
SB 162 Prohibiting release of certain motor vehicle license information involving nineteen-year-olds Chapter 158, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 163 Continuing driver's licensing advisory board Chapter 212, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 164 Continuing office of coalfield community development Chapter 205, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 165 Continuing commission for national and community service Chapter 201, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 166 Continuing oil and gas inspectors' examining board Chapter 221, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 170 Requiring informed consent for abortion; other provisions Chapter 252, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 178 Relating to subject matter jurisdiction in family courts Chapter 86, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 180 Relating generally to school building authority and middle grade vocational-technical courses Chapter 94, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 182 Meeting federal standards for certain child passenger seats and safety devices Chapter 61, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective July 1, 2003
SB 189 Relating to approval of out-of-state bank applications to establish bank branches Chapter 57, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 190 Relating to bank examination schedule for certain banking institutions Chapter 52, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 191 Relating to state-chartered credit union converting to federal or another state charter Chapter 58, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 192 Relating to notice from certain bank holding companies Chapter 56, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 204 Relating to involuntary commitment generally Chapter 149, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 205 Modifying criminal intent for animal cruelty crimes; fines Chapter 17, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 206 Relating to compulsory school attendance; supervision of certain students Chapter 93, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 213 Restricting actions brought by nonresidents in state courts Chapter 83, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 215 Making supplementary appropriation to department of health and human resources, health care authority Chapter 35, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 281 Continuing department of environmental protection Chapter 218, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 282 Continuing division of motor vehicles Chapter 211, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 283 Continuing public service commission Chapter 222, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 284 Continuing division of purchasing within department of administration Chapter 203, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 287 Authorizing various agencies within department of tax and revenue to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 142, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective from passage
SB 316 Authorizing various agencies within bureau of commerce to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 144, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective from passage
SB 329 Authorizing miscellaneous agencies and boards to promulgate legislative rules Vetoed by Governor 4/2/03 - Senate Journal Effective from passage
SB 336 Relating to uniform application forms for credentialing, recredentialing and updating information for health care practitioners Chapter 112, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 337 Simplifying process for adoption of children from foreign countries Chapter 3, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 338 Establishing medicaid buy-in program for certain individuals with disabilities Chapter 116, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 342 Limiting time driver's license may be issued to certain noncitizens Chapter 157, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 352 Relating to jobs act Chapter 133, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect March 16, 2003
SB 354 Relating to operating or attempting to operate clandestine drug laboratory; penalty Chapter 75, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 356 Relating to insurance company holding systems and federal Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act Chapter 129, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 357 Relating to standard nonforfeiture law for individual deferred annuities Chapter 126, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective July 1, 2003
SB 358 Relating to redomestication of domestic insurance companies Chapter 124, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 364 Strengthening multidisciplinary treatment team process for children involved in court system Chapter 63, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 375 Allowing transfer of contractor's license to new business entity in certain cases Chapter 174, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 381 Adding professional surveyors to professional limited liability companies Chapter 179, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 383 Allowing alcohol beverage control commissioner, with approval of governor and board of public works, to sell warehouse and purchase replacement Chapter 12, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 384 Repealing section relating to location of offices of alcohol beverage control administration Chapter 69, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 387 Increasing time to perfect liens for certain debts Chapter 145, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 388 Modifying requirements for titling and registration of imported vehicles Chapter 155, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 390 Removing requirement social security number appear on commercial driver's license Chapter 70, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 400 Allowing insurance commissioner to disclose confidential information in certain cases Chapter 122, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 404 Establishing blue and gray intermodal highway authority Chapter 195, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 405 Changing personal care homes to assisted living residences; extending board Chapter 113, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 412 Eliminating certain landlord liability for tenant's delinquent utility accounts; other provisions Chapter 183, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 414 Authorizing real estate commission to enter into license reciprocity agreements with other states Chapter 177, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 415 Continuing environmental quality board Chapter 220, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 416 Continuing massage therapy licensure board Chapter 229, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 417 Continuing commission for deaf and hard-of-hearing Chapter 199, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 418 Continuing investment management board Chapter 207, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 422 Allowing emergency rates for municipalities or cooperative utilities by public service commission Chapter 181, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 424 Authorizing commissioner of corrections to consent to transfer of convicted offenders under federal treaty; informed consent Chapter 77, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 428 Directing auditor to issue warrants for payment of certain claims against state Chapter 67, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 430 Providing additional restrictions on outdoor advertising Chapter 4, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 432 Deleting provision requiring magistrates to set payment plans in certain cases Chapter 82, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 436 Directing public service commission to implement 211 information and referral system Chapter 182, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 437 Requiring submission of information on certain acquisitions, construction and long-term agreements to joint committee on government and finance for review Vetoed by Governor 4/2/03 - Senate Journal Effective ninety days from passage
SB 440 Establishing contractors notice and opportunity to cure procedures Chapter 73, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 443 Establishing economic and infrastructure projects under development office guidelines Chapter 89, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 447 Allowing reciprocal agreements with Ohio regarding hunting and fishing Chapter 169, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 450 Creating automated tax administration system Chapter 50, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 453 Establishing domestic violence fatality review team Chapter 87, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 455 Authorizing retirement credit for public employment in another state Chapter 189, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 461 Updating section of corporation net income tax act for federal income tax purposes Chapter 241, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 462 Updating certain terms in personal income tax act for federal income tax purposes Chapter 240, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 469 Continuing contractor licensing board Chapter 217, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 470 Continuing board of manufactured housing construction and safety Chapter 216, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 471 Continuing board of pharmacy Chapter 225, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 485 Authorizing insurance commissioner to enter into certain agreements and compromises Chapter 132, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 486 Requiring certified public accountant to notify insurer's board or audit committee of adverse financial condition Chapter 131, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 488 Relating to contingent liability of members of farmers' mutual fire insurance companies; risk limit Chapter 128, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 493 Eliminating certain administrative duties of commissioner of agriculture Chapter 6, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 494 Regulating fees between cemeteries, certain companies and veterans for setting grave markers Chapter 250, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 496 Relating to levy, collection and administration of motor fuels excise tax generally Chapter 232, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 505 Providing municipal fire chiefs retain rank in certain cases Chapter 163, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 510 Relating to commission on holocaust education Chapter 115, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 522 Relating to public education generally; improving governance; faculty senate meetings; other provisions Chapter 91, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect July 1, 2003
SB 531 Relating to consumers sales and service tax; exemptions Chapter 238, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 534 Creating Third-Party Administrator Act Chapter 242, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective July 1, 2003
SB 535 Relating to sale of alcohol, wine and beer to minors; mandatory carding Chapter 10, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 558 Establishing County and Municipal Economic Opportunity Development District Acts Chapter 88, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 583 Regulating commercial transportation of coal Chapter 68, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective from passage
SB 589 Relating to common interest communities and condominiums; restrictive covenants Chapter 71, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 608 Allowing continuance of summary certificate of need reviews for proposed behavioral health services Chapter 117, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 611 Defining podiatric medical assistants; other provisions Chapter 176, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 626 Revising works act Chapter 253, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 627 Renaming Guthrie Center Gus R. Douglass Agricultural Center at Guthrie Chapter 9, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 634 Defining crow as gamebird; hunting season Chapter 167, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 635 Clarifying foster care services in relation to behavioral health Chapter 65, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 636 Exempting competitive bidding requirement for commodities and services by nonprofit workshops Chapter 2, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective from passage
SB 637 Supplementing, amending, reducing and increasing items from state road fund to department of transportation, division of motor vehicles Chapter 36, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 638 Making supplementary appropriation to department of military affairs and public safety, division of corrections, parolee supervision fees Chapter 37, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 639 Making supplementary appropriation to department of transportation, division of motor vehicles, driver's license reinstatement fund Chapter 38, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 640 Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to department of military affairs and public safety, division of veterans' affairs Chapter 39, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 641 Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to department of administration, children's health insurance agency Chapter 40, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 642 Making supplementary appropriation to department of health and human resources, division of human services, child support enforcement Chapter 41, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 643 Making supplementary appropriation to bureau of commerce, division of natural resources Chapter 42, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 644 Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to department of military affairs and public safety, division of corrections Chapter 43, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 645 Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to public service commission, motor carrier division Chapter 44, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 646 Establishing centers for economic development and technology advancement at higher education institutions Chapter 97, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 648 Relating to election laws generally Chapter 100, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 649 Relating to use of waste tire remediation funds Chapter 251, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 651 Creating academy of science and technology Chapter 197, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 652 Renaming Marion health care hospital John Manchin, Sr., health care center Chapter 114, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 654 Extending supervision for certain sex offenders Chapter 79, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 655 Creating public utilities tax loss restoration fund Chapter 231, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective from passage
SB 657 Relating to capital company act Chapter 60, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 658 Making supplementary appropriation to department of health and human resources, division of human services, James "Tiger" Morton Catastrophic Illness Fund Chapter 45, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 659 Making supplementary appropriation to state board of examiners for licensed practical nurses Chapter 46, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 660 Supplementing, amending, reducing and increasing items from state road fund to department of transportation, division of highways Chapter 47, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 661 Making supplementary appropriation of federal funds to department of health and human resources, division of health, maternal and child health Chapter 48, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
SB 662 Expiring funds to unappropriated surplus balance in general revenue and appropriating to tax division Chapter 49, Acts, Regular Session, 2003 Effect from passage
HB 2001 Restricting public access to military discharge forms recorded in the county clerks office Chapter 80, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2003 Authorizing political subdivisions to establish and maintain self-insurance pools Chapter 120, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 2050 Budget Bill, making appropriations of public money out of the treasury in accordance with section fifty-one, article six of the Constitution Chapter 20, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 2051 Expanding the eligibility of part-time students for higher education adult part-time student grants Chapter 98, Acts, 2003 Effective July 1, 2003
HB 2077 Removing the requirement that the Joint Committee on Government and Finance be given reports on the Colin Anderson closure and relocation of patients Chapter 148, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2083 Expanding personnel covered by job sharing in the school system Chapter 92, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2092 Establishing a research component within the governor's committee on crime, delinquency and correction relating to criminal sentencing Chapter 84, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2094 Regulating the release of fish, water animals and other aquatic organisms into the waters of this state Chapter 172, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2110 Declaring that lawful design, marketing, manufacture or sale of firearms or ammunition to the public is not an unreasonably dangerous activity Chapter 102, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2118 Adjusting the retirement benefits for all members of the West Virginia state police retirement system Chapter 191, Acts, 2003 Effective July 1, 2003
HB 2122 Relating to medical professional liability generally Chapter 147, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 2190 Permitting certain farm vehicles to use the highways between sunset and sunrise Chapter 153, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2224 Relating to higher education reorganization Chapter 96, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 2239 Requiring foreign collection agencies to obtain a certificate of authority from the secretary of state Chapter 188, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2240 Allowing persons purchasing or renewing hunting or fishing licenses to donate to the "hunters helping the hungry program" Chapter 170, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2285 Requiring hunting and fishing licensees to carry proof of identity and other applicable documents Chapter 171, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2301 Providing funding for necessary care of animals seized pursuant to allegations of neglect Chapter 16, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2357 Authorizing the aeronautics commissioner to expend funds Chapter 5, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2359 Allowing the state fire marshal to retain all of the special revenue fees collected by his office Chapter 106, Acts, 2003 Effective July 1, 2003
HB 2406 Immunity from civil liability for members of a national ski patrol system Chapter 1, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2414 Relating to horse and dog racing generally Vetoed by Governor 4/2/03 - House Journal Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2441 Increasing the minimum subscribed capital stock and capital surplus for new bank charter applications Chapter 55, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2443 Relating to the assessment of banking institutions Chapter 53, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2477 Permitting residents of nursing homes and similar facilities to retain the homestead exemption and Class II property designation Chapter 230, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2480 Increasing the amount of penalties the commissioner of banking may obtain and allowing the commissioner to expend funds to promote consumer awareness of issues related to residential mortgage lending Chapter 51, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2486 Continuing the public employees insurance agency Chapter 200, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2500 Clarifying the authority of the courts to continue protective orders during certain proceedings Chapter 85, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2511 Authorizing the issuance of a special motor vehicle license plate for "Nemesis Shrine" members Chapter 154, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2512 Relating to competitive bidding and notice requirements for the development of natural resources in which the public land corporation has an interest Chapter 168, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2514 Authorizing the board of banking and financial institutions to prohibit individuals removed from one financial institution from participating in the affairs of other financial institutions Chapter 54, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2529 Relating to the licensure and regulation of psychophysiological detection of deception examiners Chapter 134, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2534 Eliminating the property value limit on the application of the tax Chapter 185, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2554 Continuing the marketing and development division of the department of agriculture Chapter 214, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2555 Continuing the West Virginia's membership in the southern regional education compact Chapter 95, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2556 Requiring the insurance commissioner to issue an annual communication to increase awareness of certain flood insurance issues Chapter 123, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2592 Authorizing the department of administration to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 137, Acts, 2003 Effect from passage
HB 2599 Authorizing the department of education and the arts to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 139, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 2603 Authorizing the bureau of environment to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 138, Acts, 2003 Effect from passage
HB 2615 Authorizing the department of military affairs and public safety to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 141, Acts, 2003 Effect from passage
HB 2625 Authorizing the department of health and human resources to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 140, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 2648 Authorizing the department of transportation to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 143, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 2669 Terminating the hazardous waste management annual certification fee and the hazardous waste management fee fund Chapter 111, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2670 Continuing the office of judges until July 1, 2009 Vetoed by Governor 4/2/03 - House Journal Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2675 Mandating insurance coverage for certain clinical trials for ordinary costs of covered services Chapter 119, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2694 Protecting the beekeeping industry Chapter 8, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2696 Removing certain limitations on the commissioner of agriculture to increase fees of certain services Chapter 7, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2700 Adding health maintenance organization review committee to the definition of "review organizations" Chapter 175, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2702 Eliminating the examination assessment fee on risk retention groups Chapter 130, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2705 Relating to the supervision of adult offenders and authorizing a compact for the supervision of adult offenders Chapter 78, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 2714 Relating to the donation of firefighting and fire rescue equipment and insurance policies dealing with immunity coverage provisions Chapter 103, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2715 Modernizing the regulation of surplus lines insurers by enactment of the NAIC nonadmitted insurance model act Chapter 125, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2733 Increasing funds in the special revenue accounts for the criminal investigation division and the special audits division Chapter 233, Acts, 2003 Effective July 1, 2003
HB 2748 Preventing mail order or internet sales of tobacco products to persons under eighteen years of age Chapter 246, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2750 Continuing the office of health facility licensure and certification Chapter 209, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2751 Continuing the department of health and human resources Chapter 206, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2752 Continuing the bureau for senior services Chapter 210, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2753 Prohibiting participation in animal fighting ventures and making violations a felony Chapter 18, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2763 Allowing original equipment mounted auxiliary lighting devices for use only when the vehicle is used off road Chapter 160, Acts, 2003 Effect from passage
HB 2764 Defining the content of subpoenas that may be issued by the insurance commissioner Chapter 121, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2778 Continuing the West Virginia state police Chapter 208, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2779 Continuing the personal assistance services program Chapter 213, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2794 Increasing the service fee for worthless checks Chapter 59, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2797 Authorizing the DMV to reimburse members of the motor vehicle dealer advisory board and the motorcycle safety awareness board for necessary expenses Chapter 156, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2799 Relating to the West Virginia state police and the reemployment of recently retired troopers Chapter 136, Acts, 2003 Effect from passage
HB 2802 Providing for a legal description in deeds creating an easement right-of-way Chapter 186, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2803 Continuing the board of barbers and cosmetologists Chapter 228, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2814 Increasing the misdemeanor penalties for failure to yield the right-of-way Chapter 159, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2818 Authorizing the county commissions of growth counties to include the transfer of development rights as part of a zoning ordinance Chapter 81, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2829 Continuing the division of culture and history Chapter 223, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2830 Continuing the division of natural resources Chapter 215, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2831 Continuing the records management and preservation board Chapter 204, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2835 Creating a special revenue fund for receipt of gifts, donations, etc. to support the operation of veterans facilities created by statute Chapter 249, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2840 Increasing the number of members on the Greater Huntington Park and making other changes in the act Chapter 110, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2847 Making the law-enforcement agency that places a person under arrest responsible for that person's initial transportation to a regional or county jail Chapter 135, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2864 Continuing the office of explosives and blasting Chapter 219, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2865 Upgrading the criminal offense of damaging or destroying real or personal property owned by a railroad company or public utility Chapter 248, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2868 Allowing alcohol beverage control commissioner to enter into contracts for sale and promotion of certain proprietary scanner technology Chapter 13, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2870 Specifying the jurisdiction of the PSC over, and the application of public utility laws to, certain described electric generating facilities Chapter 180, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2878 Allowing certain municipalities providing advanced life support ambulance services to examine, train and employ fire medics Chapter 165, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2879 Continuing the West Virginia commission on holocaust education Chapter 202, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2881 Striking the provision requiring that post-mining water discharges be better than or equal to pre-mining water discharge Chapter 150, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2882 Limiting requirements for stays for appeals under the surface coal mining and reclamation act for unjust hardship Chapter 151, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2888 Continuing the board of osteopathy Chapter 226, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2889 Continuing the board of examiners of psychologists Chapter 227, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2891 Repealing the requirement that the tax commissioner annually report the amount of gasoline and special fuel tax collected in each county Chapter 109, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2902 Relating to confidentiality and disclosure of information set forth in oil and gas combined reporting form Chapter 235, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2910 Establishing an "Amber Alert" system to be utilized to rapidly disseminate information with regard to abducted and missing children Chapter 14, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2915 Authorizing continued payment of Class VI rate of compensation to the prosecuting attorney of Wetzel County Not Enrolled due to technical deficiency Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2916 Continuing the state geological and economic survey Chapter 224, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2948 Giving consumers greater opportunity to successfully obtain discontinuation of foreclosure sales and other efforts to repossess property Chapter 72, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2953 Establishing a mechanism to eliminate any actuarially projected unfunded liability in the Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund Chapter 173, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 2961 Limiting idling of school bus engines for more than five minutes and providing exceptions Chapter 90, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2965 Authorizing the transfer of ownership of state owned dogs or horses by governmental agencies Chapter 19, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 2972 Improving the actuarial soundness of municipal police and fire pensions Chapter 166, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2975 Providing a window for persons who were members of PERS and who left state employment withdrawing their PERS moneys to buy back their time with interest Chapter 190, Acts, 2003 Effect from passage
HB 2983 Relating to the teachers' retirement system Chapter 193, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 2984 Increasing the amount of service credit a teacher off work due to a compensable injury may purchase Chapter 192, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 3009 Excluding certain records from the freedom of information act that are collected in the interest of homeland security by governmental bodies Chapter 108, Acts, 2003 Effect from passage
HB 3011 Powers, duties and authority of the state fire commission and state fire marshal Chapter 105, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 3014 Relating generally to "Main Street Fairness Act of 2003" Chapter 146, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3016 Allowing the department of health and human resources to retain adult protective service records for thirty years Chapter 118, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3018 Changing the amount of time that the department of health and human resources must retain child protective services' records Chapter 64, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3019 Finding and declaring certain claims against the state and its agencies to be moral obligations of the state Chapter 66, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 3027 Authorizing the tax commissioner to waive tax, interest and penalties in specified circumstances which are otherwise imposed on uncompensated members of the governing board or board of directors of certain tax exempt organizations Chapter 236, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3037 Mandating that an apprentice fireman be terminated from employment following three unsuccessful attempts at passing an apprentice examination Chapter 164, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3045 Implementing the Master Tobacco Settlement Agreement Chapter 244, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3046 Facilitating compliance with and enforcement of provisions of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Chapter 245, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3050 Authorizing the county commission of Jefferson County to convey a parcel of county-owned land to the Jefferson County fairgrounds Chapter 254, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3051 Altering the certain reportable threshold dollar amounts on legislative member financial disclosure statements and lobbyist reports Vetoed by Governor 4/2/03 - House Journal Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3056 Providing for the regulation of intrastate driving hours of for-hire carriers Chapter 152, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3062 Authorizing stockholders of closely held corporations to file suit for partition of real estate owned by the corporation when the real estate is the only substantial asset of the corporation Chapter 187, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3068 Empowering public service districts to enter into agreements for engineering, design or feasibility studies, without the prior approval of the public service commission Chapter 184, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3070 Providing that a mass convention of a political party, to elect delegates to the state convention, be held in the county instead of the various magisterial districts Chapter 101, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3077 Authorizing the tax commissioner to enter into agreements with the internal revenue service for offsetting tax refunds against tax liabilities Chapter 237, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3084 Restructuring the support enforcement commission in the areas of membership, duties and powers Chapter 62, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3089 Modifying various requirements of financial institutions notifying the real estate commission in certain circumstances Chapter 178, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3093 Requiring county commissions to follow geographic physical features recognized by the United States Census Bureau when determining precinct boundaries Chapter 99, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3095 Authorizing the tax commissioner to disclose to the treasurer certain information that would facilitate locating the owners of uncashed and unclaimed income tax refund checks Chapter 234, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3104 Providing for commercial work orders for vehicle and equipment repair, establishing criteria for commercial vehicle and equipment repair vendors and requiring a cost effectiveness analysis for issuing commercial work orders Chapter 196, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3108 Making all business entity filing requirements consistent with the corporation requirements under the new corporation laws Chapter 76, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3109 Bringing the provisions of the teachers defined contribution retirement system in conformity with those of the teachers retirement system Chapter 194, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 3117 Requiring contractors bidding on public works construction projects to submit valid bid bonds in their proposals and to direct how public bids are received Chapter 74, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3155 Maintaining the security and confidentiality of business processes Chapter 107, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3195 Changing agency termination dates pursuant to West Virginia sunset law Chapter 198, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3199 Relating to reduced telephone service rates for qualified low-income residential consumers Chapter 247, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3203 Relating to amusement ride safety Chapter 15, Acts, 2003 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3204 Expiring funds from the insurance commissioner - insurance commission fund Chapter 21, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 3205 Expiring funds from the public service commission Chapter 22, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 3206 Supplemental appropriation to the department of tax and revenue - tax division Chapter 23, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 3207 Supplemental appropriation to the department of military affairs and public safety - division of juvenile services Chapter 24, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 3208 Supplemental appropriation to the department of military affairs and public safety - division of corrections - correctional units Chapter 25, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 3209 Supplemental appropriation to the department of military affairs and public safety - West Virginia parole board Chapter 26, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 3210 Supplemental appropriation to the department of military affairs and public safety - division of protective services Chapter 27, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 3211 Expiring funds to the unappropriated surplus balance in the state fund, general revenue Chapter 28, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 3212 Expiring funds to the department of military affairs and public safety - West Virginia state police - surplus real property process fund Chapter 29, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 3214 Expiring funds to the secretary of state - state election fund Chapter 30, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 3215 Expiring funds to the unappropriated surplus balance in the state fund, general revenue Chapter 31, Acts, 2003 Effect from passage
HB 3216 Supplementing, amending, reducing and increasing items of the existing appropriations from the state fund, general revenue, to the secretary of state Chapter 32, Acts, 2003 Effect from passage
HB 3217 Establishing a fund and making a supplementary appropriation of federal funds out of the treasury from the balance of federal moneys remaining unappropriated Chapter 33, Acts, 2003 Effective from passage
HB 3218 Expiring funds to the unappropriated surplus balance in the state fund, general revenue Chapter 34, Acts, 2003 Effect from passage
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