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Today in the Legislature

Monday, May 21, 2018 - 04:39 PM

Legislature Completes 1st Special Session of 2018

The Legislature moved quickly to complete action on eight items put forth by the Governor during the first Special Session of 2018.

House Bill 101 reestablishes the Division of Culture and History as the Department of Arts, Culture and History. Under the legislation that passed Tuesday, the current commissioner of culture and history will become the curator of arts, culture and history. The curator will report directly to the governor.

The Legislature also completed action on House Bill 102, which deals with death benefits for families of firefighters killed in the line of duty. This bill makes a larger death benefit retroactively effective to Jan. 1, to aid the families of Pratt volunteer firefighters who passed away in a crash as they were responding to a fatal accident on the West Virginia Turnpike in March.

The other six items completed today were a combination of supplemental appropriations and bills to provide technical cleanup for recently-passed bills from the 2018 Regular Session.



Sunday, May 20, 2018 - 07:06 PM

Legislature Convenes 1st Special Session of 2018

Both the House and the Senate met briefly Sunday evening to convene the First Extraordinary Session of 2018.

Both bodies introduced and read eight bills a first time. Senate Bill 1002 would amend the West Virginia Fire, EMS, and Law-Enforcement Officer Survivor Benefit Act as modified by Enrolled Committee Substitute for Senate Bill 625 to allow for a retroactive effective date of January 1, 2018.

House Bill 104 would modify the type of businesses and establishments required to post human trafficking assistance notice.

The House has adjourned until tomorrow at 11 a.m.

The Senate has adjourned until tomorrow at Noon.

A Senate subcommittee on confirmations will meet at 11:30 a.m. in 208W.

 

›› All bills introduced on this date


Friday, March 30, 2018 - 06:20 PM

Sharon Lewis Malcolm Sworn In to House of Delegates

Surrounded by friends and family and standing with her son, Dr. John H. Lewis, D.O, his wife Tammy and their kids Matthew H., and Emily Grace, Sharon Lewis Malcolm took the oath of office as administered by Speaker of the House Tim Armstead. House Clerk Steve Harrison presided over the ceremony.

Delegate Malcolm represnts the 39th Delegate District and was appointed to the position this week by Governor Justice following the resignation of Ron Walters during the last week of the 2018 Regular Session.



Saturday, March 10, 2018 - 10:01 PM

SB 152 Passes House Unanimously, Adjourns Sine Die

The House convened today at 10 a.m. during the final day of the Second Regular Session of the 8rd Legislature.

The House unanimously passed Senate Bill 152 - Budget Bill.

The House passed the following bills:

The House refused to concur with the Senate on the following bills:

The House concurred with the Senate and completed the following legislation:

Senate Bill 392 was sent to conference committee.

The House is in recess until 4 p.m.

Update 9:00 p.m.

Bills sent to conference committee: 

Concurred and passed:

Bills completed:

Bills passed:

Concurred and adopted:

The House is in recess until 9:30 p.m.

Concurred and completed:

Concurred and passed:

Rejected:

The House is adjourned sine die.

›› Completed Legislation

Saturday, March 10, 2018 - 05:30 PM

S. B. 152, The Budget Bill Passed, Senate Adjourned Sine Die

The Senate convened today at 11 a.m.

The Senate concurred with the House's amendments to S. B. 152, the Budget Bill. The bill was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor. With the passage of the bill on day 60, the last day of the legislative session, the session will not need to extend to finish the budget, provided what action the governor takes.

This year the budget was able to pass without first needing to go through a conference committee which comes about from disagreements between the House and Senate.

The body amended the House amendments to the following bills and concured and passed as amended:

The Senate concured with the House and passed the following bills which are now awaiting action by the Governor:

The Senate adopted and passed the following Conference Committee Reports:

The Senate filed the Conference Committee reports for S. B. 282.

The Senate appointed conferees to the following Conference Committees

S. B. 392

H. B. 4001

H. B. 4447

H. B. 4629

H. B 4626 was taken up for immediate consideration and read three times. It passed 33-0 with one member absent and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

The Senate is in recess until 5 p.m.

Committees meeting today:

Judiciary at 3:50 208W

Transportation and Infrastructure immediately following the floor session in the back of the chamber.

 

Update Sunday, March 11 at 12: 33 a.m.

The Senate reconvened at 5 p.m. and met peridocially throughout the night.

The body confirmed all nominations in Executive Message 5.

S. B. 288 was referred to the Rules Committee.

The Senate adopted S. J. R. 3

The Senate Passed:

H. B. 4607

H. B. 4345

H. B. 4465

S. B. 392

The Senate concured and passed:

S. B. 468

S. B. 633

H. B. 4009

H. B. 4156

H. B. 4338

H. B. 4392

H. B. 4603

H. B. 4001

 H. B. 4488

H. B. 4320

The Senate amended and passed:

S. B. 625

S. B. 92

The Senate receded its amendments and passed:

S. B. 282

H. B. 2869

Refused to concur with the House's amendments:

H. B. 4428

H. B. 4431

The Senate is adjourned sine die.

›› Completed Legislation

Friday, March 09, 2018 - 07:48 PM

Senate H. B. 4006

The Senate convened at 11 a.m.

The body agreed to a conference committee for the following bills:

S. B. 51

S. B. 282

S. B. 545

S. B. 582

The Senate recieved Conference Committee reports for S. B. 46, and H. B. 4186.

The Senate refused to concur to the House's amendments for S. B. 392.

The Senate concured with the House's amendments to S. B. 273S. B. 506, S. B. 585 and H. B. 4522.

The Senate amended the House's amendments to S. B. 261S. B. 275, S. B. 463, S. B. 525 and S. B. 548 and concured with the amended version.

Bills on Third Reading:

S. B. 635 - Relating to 2019 salary adjustment for employees of DHHR - was passes unanimously and sent to the House for further consideration.

H. B. 2008 - Relating to the Dealer Recovery Program - was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 2655 - Defining and establishing the crime of cyberbullying - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 2799 - Prohibiting the superintendent of schools from requiring a physical examination to be included to the application for a minor’s work permit - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 2869 - Providing for paid leave for certain state officers and employees during a declared state of emergency - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 2982 - Relating to allowing draw games winners to remain anonymous - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 3089 - Relating to the adoption of instructional resources for use in the public schools - was passed 31-2 with one member absent and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4001 - Relating to eligibility and fraud requirements for public assistance - was passed 27-9 with one member absent and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4002 - Providing that all delegates shall be elected from one hundred single districts following the United States Census in 2020 was passes 30-3 with one member absent and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4006 - Revising the processes through which professional development is delivered for those who provide public education - was passed 18-15 and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4009 - State Settlement and Recovered Funds Accountability Act -  was passed 22-11 with one member absent and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4036 - Increasing the maximum salaries of family case coordinators and secretary-clerks -  was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4150 - Prohibiting telecommunications and IP-enabled voice services from displaying the name or telephone number of the recipient - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4156 - Establishing the qualifications of full and part time nursing school faculty members - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4157 - Eliminating the refundable exemption for road construction contractors - was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4166 - Establishing a special revenue fund to be known as the "Capital Improvements Fund - Department of Agriculture Facilities" - was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4187 - Business Liability Protection Act - was passed 32-1 with one member absent and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4217 - Permitting an attending physician to obtain a patient’s autopsy report - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4233 - Relating generally to fraudulent transfers - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4251 - Permitting employees of baccalaureate institutions and universities outside of this state to be appointed to board of governors - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4270 - Providing for the timely payment of moneys owed from oil and natural gas production - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4320 - Limiting the ability of an agent under a power of attorney to take self-benefiting actions - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4324 - Relating to the employment of individuals by municipal paid fire departments under civil service - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4338 - Relating to the powers and authority of the Divisions of Administrative Services, and Corrections and Rehabilitation of the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety - was passed 32-1 with one member absent and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4345 - Relating to limitations on permits for growers, processors and dispensaries of medical cannabis - was laid over for one day.

H. B. 4350 - Eliminating the regulation of upholstery - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4389 - Expiring funds to the Enterprise Resource Planning System Fund - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4392 - Relating to Medicaid subrogation liens of the Department of Health and Human Resources - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4394 - Relating to forest fires - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4424 - Providing that the Ethics Act applies to certain persons providing services without pay to state elected officials - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4428 - Allowing training hours earned through public school education or apprenticeship to count towards an applicant’s occupational certification - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4431 - Establishing the Mountaineer Trail Network Recreation Authority - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4447 - Providing for a uniform and efficient system of broadband conduit installation - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4465 - Authorizing the acupuncture board to issue certificates to perform auricular acudetox therapy - was laid over for one day.

H. B. 4486 - Relating to persons required to obtain a license to engage in the business of currency exchange - was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4488 - Relating to the Hatfield-McCoy Recreation Authority - was passed 31-1 with two members absnet and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4524 - Establishing guidelines for the substitution of certain biological pharmaceuticals - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4558 - Establishing the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Investment Fund in the West Virginia Development Office - was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4603 - Providing immunity from civil liability to facilities and employees providing crisis stabilization - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4628 - Relating to authorizing the redirection of amounts collected from certain surcharges and assessments on workers' compensation insurance policies for periods prior to January 1, 2019 - was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4629 - Relating to broadband enhancement and expansion policies generally - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

Bills on Second Reading:

H. B. 4607 was amended on the floor.

The Senate is in recess until 7:30 p.m.

Committees meeting today:

Pensions directly following the floor session in the back of the Senate Chambers

The Conference Committee for S. B. 51 will meet at 6 pm. in 208W

The Conference Committee for S. B. 545 will meet at 7 p.m. in 208W

 

Update 8:24 p.m.

The Senate reconvened at 8 p.m.

The Senate concured with the amendments to H. B. 4401.

The Senate filed the conference committee reports for S. B. 51 and S. B. 545.

The Senate is adjourned until tomorrow at 11 a.m.

Committees meeting tomorrow:

Conference Committee S. B. 282 9 a.m. 410M

 

›› Completed Legislation

Friday, March 09, 2018 - 12:30 PM

House Completes Bills

The House convened today at 11 a.m. during the fifty-ninth day of session.

The House concurred with the Senate and completed the following legislation:

The following bills will be sent to conference committee:

The House passed the following Senate bills:

  • Com. Sub. for S. J. R. 3 - Judicial Budget Oversight Amendment.

  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 10 - Relating generally to PSC jurisdiction.

  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 82 - Including rebuttable presumptions in certain cases for firefighters with regard to workers' compensation.

  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 141 - Expanding county assessment and collection of head tax on breeding cows.

  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 230 - Authorizing Department of Commerce promulgate legislative rules.

  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 244 - Specifying conditions for unlawful possession of firearm at school-sponsored activities.

  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 271 - Creating centralized Shared Services Section of Department of Administration.

  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 283 - Relating generally to procurement by state agencies.

  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 288 - Regulating cremation, embalming and directing of funeral service.

  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 313 - Waiving occupational fees and licensing requirements for certain low-income individuals, military families, and young workers.

The House is in recess until 1:30 p.m.

Committee on Rules will meet at 1:15 p.m. behind the chamber.

Update 3:54 p.m.

The House worked on and passed the following bills:

  • S. B. 339 - Relating to WV Retirement Health Benefit Trust Fund within PEIA.
  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 355 - Dissolving IS&C Division under Office of Technology.
  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 375 - Relating to farmers markets.
  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 401 - Requiring specified coverage in health benefit plans for treatment of substance abuse disorders.
  • S. B. 406 - Clarifying that ground emergency medical transportation is eligible for Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement.
  • S. B. 407 - Licensing and approval of child care programs.
  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 408 - Licensing of nursing homes and assisted living residences.
  • S. B. 425 - Removing sunset dates which members of policemen's or firemen's pension fund elect to participate in deferred retirement option plan.
  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 434 - Specifying documents not subject to discovery in certain proceedings.
  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 438 - Relating to debt service on bonds secured by State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund.
  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 442 - Establishing universal forms and deadlines when submitting prior authorization electronically.
  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 443 - Terminating parental rights when certain conditions are met.
  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 445 - Allowing DOH acquire real or personal property for utility accommodation.
  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 446 - Creating Agritourism Responsibility Act.
  • S. B. 468 - Changing date and recipients for submission of Auditor's annual report.
  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 469 - Converting Addiction Treatment Pilot Program to permanent program.
  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 495 - Designating specific insurance coverages exempt from rate filing requirements
  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 501 - Relating to accrued benefit of retirees in Deputy Sheriff Retirement System.
  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 521 - Requiring chief executive of municipal law-enforcement agency be certified law-enforcement officer.
  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 528 - Providing additional circuit judge for nineteenth judicial circuit.
  • S. B. 551 - Relating to failure of employers to make contributions on behalf of employees to retirement plan administered by CPRB.
  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 556 - Creating small business and minority populations economic and workforce development taskforce to assist Economic Development Authority.
  • S. B. 592 - Adding examination of advanced care technician for firefighter paramedic.
  • S. B. 612 - Relating to sale of municipal property.
  • Com. Sub. for S. B. 625 - Creating WV Volunteer Fire and Rescue Act of 2018.

The House is in recess until 4:30 p.m.

Committee on Rules will meet at 4:15 p.m.

Update 7:27 p.m.

The House concurred with the Senate and completed the following legislation:

Bills passed:

Bills on second reading:

The House is adjourned until 10 a.m. tomorrow.

›› Completed Legislation

Thursday, March 08, 2018 - 11:06 PM

House Passes Budget Bill

After several hours of debate, the House of Delegates unaimously passed its version of the Budget Bill.

House Bill 4019 was discussed and 13 amendments to the amendment offered during a debate that lasted until about 11 p.m. Thursday. All amendments were rejected except one, which was offered by Del. Eric Nelson and adopted.

The strike and insert amendment offered by Del. Eric Nelson was also adopted.

The House attempted to suspend rules for the Senate's budget bill, Senate Bill 152, but voted the constitutional rule suspension down.

The House is adjourned until 9 a.m. tomorrow.



Thursday, March 08, 2018 - 07:03 PM

House Concurs with Senate, Passes Bills, In Recess
›› Completed Legislation

Thursday, March 08, 2018 - 05:48 PM

Senate Passes S. B. 152, the Budget Bill

The Senate convened at 11 a.m.

The Senate refused to concur with the House's amendments and requested the House recede its amendments to the following bills:

The Senate concured with the House's amendments and passed the following bills which are now awaiting action by the Governor:

S. B. 152 - Budget Bill - was passed unanimously and sent to the House for further consideration.

S. B. 633 - Expiring funds from Insurance Commission Fund and appropriating funds to Consolidated Medical Services Fund -  was passed unanimously and ordered to the House for further consideration.

S. B. 634 - Adding, increasing, and decreasing appropriations from General Revenue to DHHR - was passed unanimously and ordered to the House for further consideration.

H. B. 2028 - Relating to the venue for suits and other actions against the state - was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4214 - Increasing penalties for unlawfully possessing or digging ginseng - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4276 - Allowing magistrates to grant work release privileges - was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4336 - Updating the schedule of controlled substances - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4376 - Expiring funds to the balance of the Department of Health and Human Resources - was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4379 - Supplementing, amending, decreasing, and increasing items of the existing appropriations to the Department of Transportation - was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4401 - Relating to the registration of business - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4453 - Relating to judicial review of contested cases under the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Board of Review - was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4529 - Relating to oath by municipal official certifying list of delinquent business and occupation taxes - was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4571 - Relating to the final day of filing announcements of candidates for a political office - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4618 - Relating to the authority of the Division of Protective Services - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4627 - Relating to providing a limitation on the eminent domain authority of a municipal park board - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

Bills on Second Reading:  

The Senate is in recess until 6:30 p.m.

Committees meeting today:

Conference Committee on H. B. 2595 immediately after the floor session in the House vestibule

Health and Human Resources at 4:15 451M

Judiciary following the Health Committee in 208W

Committees meeting tomorrow:

Conference Committee for H. B. 4186 at 9:30 a.m. in the President's Conference Room

Transportation and Infrastructure at 10 a.m. 451M

 

Update 8:55 p.m.

The Senate reconvened from recess at 8 p.m.

The senate took committee reports and the following bills were taken up for immediate consideration and read for the second time. The bills were advanced to Thrid Reading with the right to amend.

H. B. 4607 was read for a first time.

The body recieved the conference committee report for H. B. 2995.

The Senate is adjourned until tomorrow at 10 a.m.

Committees meeting tomorrow:

Transportation and Infrastructure at 9 a.m. 451M

›› Completed Legislation

Wednesday, March 07, 2018 - 03:15 PM

Seven Bills Passed in the Senate

The Senate Convened today at 11 a.m.

The Senate agreed to the Houses request for conference committee for S. B. 46 and appointed Senator Sue Cline (R - Wyoming, 09), Senator Ron Stollings (D - Boone, 07) and Senator Tom Takubo (R - Kanawha, 17).

The Senate concured and passed S. B. 102, S. B. 133, S. B. 272, S. B. 319, S. B. 365, S. B. 404, S. B. 427,  S. B. 441, S. B. 456, S. B. 499 and S. B. 515.

The Senate refused to concur with the House's amendments to S. B. 545 and requested the House recede its amendments.

H. B. 4016 - Relating to combatting waste, fraud, and misuse of public funds through investigations, accountability and transparency - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

 H. B. 4035 - Creating a legislative coalition to study and report to the Legislature on palliative care - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4042 - Redefining school zone to facilitate placement of school zone signs - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4183 - Relating generally to standardized testing requirements for nonpublic schools - was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4275 - Relating to the law-enforcement authority of the director and officers of the division of protective services - was passed unanimously and now awaits action by the Governor.

H. B. 4400 - Relating to the West Virginia Physicians Mutual Insurance Company - was passed unanimously and now awaits action by the Governor.

H. B. 4546 - Relating to where an application for a marriage license may be made - was passed unanimously and now awaits action by the Governor. The bill would allow for a person, regardless of the county or state they live in to apply for a W. Va. marriage licences for any county.

Bills on Second Reading:

Bills on First Reading:

The Senate is in recess until 5 p.m.

Committees meeting today:

Health and Human Resources at 1:45 p.m. 451M

Judiciary at 3 p.m 208W

 

Update 6:55 p.m.

The Senate reconvened at 5:30 p.m.

The body recieved a message from the Governor that would extend the 2nd Regular Session of the 83rd Legislature by one day to Sunday, March 11 to work on the Budget Bill, S. B. 152.

The body then recieved committee reports and read the following reports for the first time:

The following bills were read for a first time then rereferred to their previous committee:

The Senate adjourned until tomorrow at 11 a.m.

Committees meeting tonight:

Education immediately following the floor session in 451M

Committees meeting tomorrow:

Judiciary at 9:30 208W

›› Completed Legislation

Wednesday, March 07, 2018 - 01:54 PM

House Passes 23 Bills

The House convened today at 11 a.m.

The House concurred with the Senate and completed the following legislation:

  • H.B. 3005 - Relating to regulation of unmanned aircraft systems.
  • H.B. 4015 - Relating to the management and continuous inventory of vehicles owned, leased, operated, or acquired by the state and its agencies.
  • H.B. 4368 - Relating to voluntary assignments of wages by state employees who have been overpaid.
  • H.B. 4434 - Clarifying provisions relating to candidates unaffiliated with a political party as it relates to certificates of announcement .
  • H.B. 4473 - Relating to use of state funds for advertising to promote a public official or government office.
  • H.B. 4478 - Authorizing public schools to distribute excess food to students.
  • H.B. 4502 - Adding the crimes of murder and armed robbery to the list of offenses for which a prosecutor may apply for an order authorizing interception.
  • H.B. 4509 - Relating to the establishment of substance abuse treatment facilities.

The House had 23 bills on third reading:

All of these bills passed the House.

The House is in recess until 3 p.m.

Committee on Finance will meet at 2:15 p.m in 460M.

Rules will meet at 2:45 p.m. behind the chamber.

Update 5:39 p.m.

Bills read a second time:

  • S. B. 242 - Requiring health insurance providers provide coverage for certain Lyme disease treatment
  • S. B. 275 - Relating to tax on purchases of intoxicating liquors
  • S. B. 290 - Relating to DEP standards of water quality and effluent limitations
  • S. B. 322 - Relating to employees of Department of Agriculture
  • S. B. 392 - Reconfiguring membership of Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council
  • S. B. 411 - Removing Commissioner of Bureau for Public Health from State Board of Sanitarians
  • S. B. 463 - Establishing group to examine benefits and need of transferring milk rules and regulations from DHHR to Agriculture
  • S. B. 498 - Creating two-year pilot program allowing all-terrain or recreational vehicles in Cabwaylingo State Forest
  • S. B. 506 - Deregulating persons who perform work on heating, ventilating, and cooling systems
  • S. B. 525 - Relating to certification for emergency medical training - mining
  • S. B. 548 - Authorizing county commissions to pay election officials
  • S. B. 556 - Creating small business and minority populations economic and workforce development taskforce to assist Economic Development Authority
  • S. B. 585 - Altering boundary line between Doddridge and Harrison counties
  • S. B. 603 - Relating to proceedings for involuntary custody for examination

There were 34 bills on first reading.

Committee on Finance will meet today following adjournment in 460M.

The House is adjourned until 10 a.m. tomorrow.

Rules will meet tomorrow at 9:45 a.m. behind the chamber.

›› Completed Legislation

Tuesday, March 06, 2018 - 04:46 PM

H.B. 4145 Passed, 5 Percent Pay Raise for All State Employees

The Senate convened today at 11 a.m.

The body recieved the committee report from the Conference Committee for H.B. 4145. The committee agreed to the House version of the bill and will give a 5 percent raise for teachers, school service personnel and the state police. All state employees will be recieving a 5 percent raise along with those mentioned in H. B. 4145 in an amendment to the Budget Bill, S. B. 152.

The Senate concured and passed S. B. 110, S. B. 307, S. B. 346 and S. B. 395. The bills have completed legislation and are now awaiting action by the Governor.

The Senate refused to recede to the House for H. B. 2607, H. B. 2995 and H. B. 4186. A conference committee for each bill has been requested by the Senate.

H. B. 2607:

H. B. 2995

H. B. 4186

The body took a short recess then reconvened at 3 p.m. to continue the calendar. All bills on third reading were passed unanimously.

H. B. 2464 - Relating to disclaimers and exclusions of warranties in consumer transactions for goods - was sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4015 - Relating to the management and continuous inventory of vehicles owned, leased, operated, or acquired by the state and its agencies - was sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4023 - Relating to the regulation of dialysis technicians - is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4025 - Permitting reciprocity for licensure as a pharmacy technician - is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4027 - Creating an education permit for allopathic physician resident - is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4178 - Permitting certain portions of certified nurse aide training to be provided through distance learning technologies - is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4197 - Requiring persons employed to dispatch emergency calls complete a course in cardiovascular care for telephonic resuscitation - was sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4279 - Relating to adult protective services system - is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4368 - Relating to voluntary assignments of wages by state employees who have been overpaid - was sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4434 - Clarifying provisions relating to candidates unaffiliated with a political party as it relates to certificates of announcement - was sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4462 - Allowing off duty members and officers of the department of public safety to guard private property - was sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4478 - Authorizing public schools to distribute excess food to students - was sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4502 - Adding the crimes of murder and armed robbery to the list of offenses for which a prosecutor may apply for an order authorizing interception - was sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4509 - Relating to the establishment of substance abuse treatment facilities - was sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4522 - Allowing certain tax information to be shared with the Director of Purchasing Division, Department of Administration, and State Auditor - was sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4622 - Relating to authorizing legislative rules regarding higher education - is now awaiting action by the Governor.

There were seven bills on second reading and 14 on first reading.

The Senate is in recess until 4:30 p.m.

Committees meeting today:

Conference Committee on H. B. 4013 at 4 p.m. in 210W.

Engergy, Industry and Mining immediately following the floor session in the back of the chamber.

Education following EIM in 451M

Government Organization following EMI in 208W

 

Update 5:36 p.m.

The Senate is adjourned until tomorrow at 11 a.m.

Committees meeting today:

Education following the floor session in 451M

Finance following Education in 451M

Judiciary following Finance in 208W

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Tuesday, March 06, 2018 - 01:22 PM

HB 4145 Passes House

The House convened at 11 a.m. today during the fifty-sixth day of session.

The House voted to suspend the rules to bring House Bill 4145 to the floor for passage after the House and Senate conferees agreed on the original House Bill. H.B. 4145 would provide a five percent raise to State Troopers, public school teachers and school service personnel. The bill passed unanimously in the House and in the Senate.

Bills on third reading:

Com. Sub. for S. B. 7 - Relating to claims under Wage Payment and Collection Act - passed unanimously.

S. B. 47 - Requiring Defense Department advocacy groups be notified in abuse or neglect of military person's child - was rejected 44-56.

Com. Sub. for S. B. 102 - Creating WV Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act - passed 97-2.

Com. Sub. for S. B. 133 - Exempting renewal of certain contracts entered into during declared state of emergency - passed 98-2.

Com. Sub. for S. B. 272 - Relating generally to drug control - passed unanimously.

S. B. 298 - Authorizing county assessors make separate entries in landbooks when real property is partly used for exempt and partly for nonexempt purposes - passed 97-1.

Com. Sub. for S. B. 319 - Allowing individuals who completed home schooling be eligible for PROMISE scholarship without equivalent diploma - passed 93-6.

S. B. 365 - Relating to Young Entrepreneur Reinvestment Act - passed 94-5.

Com. Sub. for S. B. 412 - Relating to authority of county litter control officers - passed 98-1.

S. B. 427 - Modifying form of notice for certain tax delinquencies - passed 96-3.

S. B. 441 - Relating to health care provider taxes - passed unanimously.

Com. Sub. for S. B. 456 - Physical Therapy Licensure Compact Act - passed unanimously.

The House is in recess for one hour.

Health and Human Resources Committee will meet at 1:30 p.m. in 215E.

Conference Committee on HB 4013 will meet at 4 p.m.

Update 2:57 p.m.

Com. Sub. for S. B. 493 - Relating to guaranty associations - passed unanimously.

Com. Sub. for S. B. 499 - Requiring one year of certain approved postgraduate clinical training for persons with foreign medical degrees - passed unanimously.

Com. Sub. for S. B. 510 - Designating hospitals for stroke treatment - passed unanimously.

Com. Sub. for S. B. 522 - Relating generally to Administrative Procedures Act - passed 94-4.

S. B. 545 - Relating to driving privileges and requirements for persons under 18 - passed 68-30 and will be effective immediately.

The House is in recess until 6:30 p.m.

Finance Committee will meet at 3:30 p.m. in 460M.

Judciary Committee will meet at 3:30 p.m. in 418M.

Rules will meet at 6:15 p.m. behind the chamber.

Government Organization will meet tomorrow at 9 a.m. in 215E.

Update 8:31 p.m.

There were 28 bills on second reading and 16 bills on first reading.

Rules will meet at 10:45 a.m. tomorrow behind the chamber.

The House is adjourned until 11 a.m.

›› Completed Legislation

Monday, March 05, 2018 - 03:56 PM

House Adopts S.J.R. 12

The House convened today at 11 a.m. to work on bills on the House Special Calendar.

Bills passed:

  • S. J. R. 12 - No Constitutional right to abortion Amendment
  • S. B. 73 - Modifying crime of fleeing from scene of accident
  • S. B. 110 - Requiring certain licensees notify law enforcement or EMS of life-threatening emergency on premises
  • S. B. 307 - Declaring fundraising on state highway or roadway by volunteer fire department is not obstruction or nuisance
  • S. B. 327 - Providing extortion of anything of value, including sexual contact, subjects person to criminal penalty
  • S. B. 346 - Permitting full-time nonresident students purchase lifetime resident hunting, trapping and fishing licenses
  • S. B. 351 - Permitting ballot commissioners serve while candidates for certain offices
  • S. B. 395 - Providing for judicial review of appealed decisions of Air Quality Review Board, Environmental Quality Board and Surface Mine Board
  • S. B. 397 - Creating crime of impersonating blind or disabled person
  • S. B. 404 - Relating to sex offender registry information
  • S. B. 539 - Increasing limit for settling claims against DOH
  • S. B. 561 - Increasing minimum contract price requiring execution of bond with respect to building or repairing school property

S.J.R 12 - no Constitutional right to abortion amendment - was the topic of hours of debate in the House of Delegates. The resolution will be put on the WV General Election ballot in November and will allow residents of WV the ability to end medicaid funded abortions in the state. Many delegates expressed their concern about the issue.

There were 17 bills on second reading and 27 bills on first reading.

Committees meeting today:

Government Organization will meet at 4:30 p.m.

Rules will meet at 6:45 p.m.

Update 8 p.m.

Judiciary Committee will conduct a public hearing tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. in the House Chamber, regarding S. B. 434 and will be meeting following the hearing.

Finance Committee will meet tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. in 460M.

Rules will meet tomorrow at 10:45 a.m. in the chamber.

The House is adjourned until 11 a.m.

›› Completed Legislation

Monday, March 05, 2018 - 03:23 PM

Senate Passes Three Bills

The Senate convened today at 11 a.m.

The Senate concurred with the House and passed S. B. 143, S. B. 343 and S. B. 350. The bills are now awaiting action by the Governor.

The body refused to concur with the House amendments to S.B. 46 and requested the House recede its amendments.

H. B. 2889 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor. The bill would allow veterans who served as military police, law-enforcement specialist, or other equivalent rankings to take exams for probationary police officers without going through the class.

H. B. 2995 was passed unanimously and was sent to the House to concur. The bill would allow a person with an animal euthanasia license from another state to apply for a W. Va. license. The applicant's out of state certification must meet or be higher than the W. Va. standards.

H. B. 4238 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor. The bill would allow counties and municipalities to establish a joint airport hazard comprehensive plan.

H. B. 4219, H. B. 4539 were sent to the Rules committee.

Bills on Second Reading:

 S. J. R. 8 was sent to the Rules committee.

 H. B. 2464 was amended on the floor.

 H. B. 4015 was amended on the floor.

 H. B. 4023

 H. B. 4025

 H. B. 4027

 H. B. 4178

 H. B. 4197 was amended on the floor.

 H. B. 4279

 H. B. 4368 was amended on the floor.

 H. B. 4434 was amended on the floor.

 H. B. 4462 was amended on the floor.

 H. B. 4478 was amended on the floor.

 H. B. 4502  was amended on the floor.

 H. B. 4509 was amended on the floor.

 H. B. 4522 was sent to third reading with the right to amend.

 H. B. 4622

Bills on First Reading:

H. B. 4016

H. B. 4035

H. B. 4042

H. B. 4183

H. B. 4275

H. B. 4400

H. B. 4546

The Senate adopted S. R. 61, designating month of March, 2018, as American Red Cross Month, and S. R. 62, congratulating Quinn Raffo, distinguished finalist for 2018 Prudential Spirit of Community Award.

The Senate is in recess until 5 p.m.

Committees meeting today:

Military immediately following the floor session at the back of the Senate Chambers

Conference Committee on H. B. 4013 at 2 p.m. in 418M, the House Judiciary Chariman's office

Education at 2 p.m. 451M

Finance at 3 p.m. 451M

Judiciary at 3 p.m. 208W

Confernece Committee on H. B. 4145 at 4 p.m. in 451M

 

Update 8:45 p.m.

The Senate reconvened at 6:30 p.m.

The body recieved committee reports.

S.C.R. 51 was taken up for immediate consideration. The resolution would extend the time for the Conference Committee on H. B. 4013 to meet for three days. The committee had scheduled a committee, but due to the House's floor session could not meet.

After a short recess until 7:50 p.m. the body recieved the House's amended version of the bill changing the extension to one day. The Senate concured to the House's amendment and a new meeting will be scheduled.

Durring the short recess the Finance Committee and the Judiciary Committee met.

At the 7:50 p.m. meeting the Senate recieved committee reports.

S. B. 152, the Budget Bill, was taken up for immediate consideration and read a first time. It was the rerefered to the Finance Committee.

The Senate is adjourned until tomorrow at 11 a.m.

Committees meeting tonight:

Confernece Committee on H. B. 4145 at 8:30 p.m. in 451M

Committees meeting tomorrow:

Confernece Committee on H. B. 4145 at 9 a.m. in 451M

Judiciary at 9:30 a.m. 208W

Transportation and Infrastructure at 10 a.m. 451M

›› Completed Legislation

Saturday, March 03, 2018 - 05:17 PM

Finance Committee Moves Governors Pay Raise Bill Out of Committee

The Senate Finance Committee met at 1:30 p.m.

The committee looked at 13 bills on the agenda.

Senator Craig Blair (R - Berkeley, 15) said he included so many bills as house cleaning so next week the committee can focus on S. B. 152, The Budget Bill.

The committee heard from counsel a general overview for the Com. Sub. for the Budget Bill. Counsel is estimating the bill currently with the old Fiscal Year 2019 Official Estimate provided by the Governor on January 10 and bills that are curently passed. The bill will be adjusted within the next few days to be updated as legislation is passed.

The committee considered H. B. 4145, Increasing the annual salaries of members of the West Virginia State Police, public school teachers and school service personnel.

Senator Gregory Boso (R - Nicholas, 11) proposed an amendment to the bill to lower the raise for teachers, school service personnel and state police officers from 5 percent to 4 percent.

The committee discussed raising the salaries of all public employees not mentioned in H. B. 4145 with the one percent taken from the teachers, school service personnel and state police. Public employee salaries are set in the Budget Bill and the discussed raise for their salaries would be in a proposed amendment to the Budget Bill in the future. The increase would not be included in H. B. 4145.

According to Boso public employees have not had a raise in 12 years.

Senator John Unger (D - Berkeley, 16) spoke against the amendment, arguing that the proposed raise would keep teachers, school service personnel and state police in line with inflation.

Boso's amendment was adopted by the committee and the bill as amended was reported out of committee.

The bill as repoted by committee will be taken up and deliberated on the floor following the committee's adjournment.



Saturday, March 03, 2018 - 02:36 PM

Teacher Pay Raise, H.B. 4145, Sent to Conference Committee

The Senate convened today at 9:30 a.m.

The body refused to concur with the House amendments to S. B. 134 and has requested the House recede its amendments.

The Senate concured with the House amendments to S. B. 338 and S. B. 415. The bills are now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4268 was passed 23-11 and sent to the House to concur. The bill would allow oil and gas development on property owned by seven or more royalty owners, provided a super majority, 75 percent, of the royalty owners consent. Non-consenting or unknown/unlocatable cotenants will be compensated with a royalty fee "equal to the highest royalty percentage paid to the consenting cotenants in the same property" or by participating in the development to "receive his or her share of the revenue and costs attributable to the tract being developed."

The bill requires consenting cotenants and the operator to search county records, last known addresses, and the internet to find and negotiate with all owners of the estate. In the case that some owners can't be found, their compensation will be placed in the Unknown and Unlocatable Interest Owners Fund. After a certain time, the Treasurer will tranfer half of the funds to the Oil and Gas Reclamation Fund to plug orphan wells, while the other half is allocated to the Public Employees Insurance Agency Stability Fund.

H. B. 4402 was passed unanimously and was sent to the House to concur. The bill makes changes to the W. Va. Code based on the reccomendation of the State Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Abuse of Children which was created in 2015 through "Erin Merryn's Law". Task Force's reccomendations address changes that could be made in education for grades K-12 and through public employees training to prevent child sexual abuse.

H. B. 4473 was passed unanimously and sent to the House to concur. The bill amends the code relating to 2016's "trinket bill" which has led to severe restrictions on the code determined by the Ethics Commission. The bill redefines the words "advertising" and "press release." It also permits the name and likeness of public official to be used in publicl funded educational materials, press releases intended for legitimate news or informational purposes, and The West Virginia Blue Book and Legislative Manual.

H. B. 2607 was passed unanimously and was sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 2654 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 2693 was passed unanimously and was sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 2983 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 3005 was passed unanimously and was sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4180 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4186 was passed unanimously and was sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4219 was laid over for one day.

H. B. 4230 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4236 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4289 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4343 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4347 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4410 was passed unanimously and was sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4422 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4433 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4436 was passed unanimously and was sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4444 was passed 33-1 and was sent to the House to concur.

H. B. 4621 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4624 was passed unanimously and was sent to the House to concur.

Bills of Second Reading:

Bills on First Reading:

The Senate is in recess until 30 minutes following the Finance Committee meeting.

Committees meeting today:

Finance at 1:30 451M

Judiciary at 1:30 208W

 

Update 10:46 p.m.

The Senate met to take committee reports.

H. B. 4145 was taken up for immediate consideration. The Finance Committees's amendment to to change the pay raise for teachers, school service personnel and state police officers was adopted by the body 19-15. The bill was then read a third time and passed 21-13 to then be sent to the House to concur.

The Senate took a brief recess to wait for the House's response.

The amendment to the bill had been filed incorrectly when sent to the House Clerk's office. The Senate reconvened and reconsidered the actions taken.

After recalling the bill back to the Senate, the Senate reconsidered passage of the bill, moved the bill to second reading and amended the amendment. The amendment to the amendment corrected the error, making the raise for teachers, school service personnel and state police 4 percent. It passed 19-13 with two members absent.

The Senate then voted to pass the amended bill 19-13.

The body briefly recessed to await the House's ruling.

The Senate recieved the message that the House refused to concur and then voted to refuse to concede to the House. A conference committee was called and Senator Craig Blair (R - Berkeley, 15), Senator Ryan Ferns (R - Ohio, 01), and Senator Robert Plymale (D - Wayne, 05) were appointed to represent the Senate.

The Senate is adjourned until Monday at 11 a.m.

›› Completed Legislation

Saturday, March 03, 2018 - 12:01 PM

House Passes S.B. 143, 434, 350

The House convened at 9:30 a.m. today to work on bills on the House Special Calendar.

S. B. 143 - Permitting DNR identification tag be used to identify trap - passed 92-4.

S. B. 343 - Limiting expenses in preparing list for notice to redeem - passed 92-4.

S. B. 350 - Eliminating obsolete requirement that Lottery Commission file racetrack video lottery game rules with Secretary of State - passed 94-0.

Bills read a second time:

Com. Sub. for S. J. R. 12 - No Constitutional right to abortion Amendment

Com. Sub. for S. B. 73 - Modifying crime of fleeing from scene of accident

Com. Sub. for S. B. 110 - Requiring certain licensees notify law enforcement or EMS of life-threatening emergency on premises

Com. Sub. for S. B. 307 - Declaring fundraising on state highway or roadway by volunteer fire department is not obstruction or nuisance

Com. Sub. for S. B. 327 - Providing extortion of anything of value, including sexual contact, subjects person to criminal penalty

S. B. 346 - Permitting full-time nonresident students purchase lifetime resident hunting, trapping and fishing licenses

S. B. 351 - Permitting ballot commissioners serve while candidates for certain offices

Com. Sub. for S. B. 395 - Providing for judicial review of appealed decisions of Air Quality Review Board, Environmental Quality Board and Surface Mine Board

Com. Sub. for S. B. 397 - Creating crime of impersonating blind or disabled person

Com. Sub. for S. B. 404 - Relating to sex offender registry information

S. B. 539 - Increasing limit for settling claims against DOH

Com. Sub. for S. B. 561 - Increasing minimum contract price requiring execution of bond with respect to building or repairing school property

There were 17 bills read a first time.

Judiciary Committee will meet at 12 p.m. in 418M.

Finance Committee will meet at 12 p.m. in 460M.

The House is in recess until 3:30 p.m.

Update 10:53 p.m.

The House refused to concur with Senate amendment to H.B. 4145, which lowered the pay raise from five percent to four percent.

The House appointed conferees Delegates Anderson, Espinosa and Boggs to meet with Senate conferees.

The House is adjourned untill 11 a.m. Monday.

Judiciary Committee will meet Monday at 9 a.m. in 418M.

Government Organization Committee will have a public hearing Monday on S.B. 434 at 8 a.m. in the chamber. The committee will meet following the hearing.

 

›› Completed Legislation

Friday, March 02, 2018 - 05:14 PM

Senate Passes House Bills, Appoints Conference Committee Members for H.B. 4013

The Senate convened today at 11 a.m.

The Senate concurred with the House amendments to S. B. 181 and S. B. 348, which are now awaiting action by the Governor.

The Senate refused to recede to the House's refusal of the Senate amendments to H. B. 4013. A Conference Committee was called for by the Senate and Senator Stephen Baldwin (D - Greenbrier, 10), Senator Charles S. Trump IV (R - Morgan, 15) and Ryan W. Weld (R - Brooke, 01) were appointed from the Senate.

H. B. 2483 was passed unanimously and was sent back to the House to concur. The bill would require the Division of Juvenile Services to transfer to a correctional facility or regional jail any juvenile in its custody that has been transferred to adult jurisdiction of the circuit court and who reaches his or her eighteenth birthday.

H. B. 2843 was passed 23-10 and is now awaiting action by the Governor. It would permit Class III municipalities to be included in the West Virginia Tax Increment Act.

H. B. 2916 was passed unanimously and was sent back to the House to concur. It would authorize reserve deputies, ambulance crew members, firefighters, rescue squad members and emergency service personnel to carry firearms if the first responders meet the required training specifications explained in the bill. They are also allowed to be reimbursed for the cost of the training.

H. B. 4022 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor. It would extend the existing tax exemption for maintenance and repair of commercial aircraft to aircraft that are owned and leased by private citizens who have a shared ownership agreement.

H. B. 4142 was passed unanimously and was sent back to the House to concur. The bill would provide certain employees of the Division of Corrections, Division of Juvenile Services, and West Virginia Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority a salary adjustment.

H. B. 4169 was passed unanimously and was sent back to the House to concur. It would require businesses that are licensed to allow consumption of alcohol on the premises; exotic entertainment facilities; transportation centers; gas stations; medical centers; locations where farm labor contractors and day haulers work; job recruitment centers; public rest areas; and hotels, must post information to help victims of human trafficking. This includes the information for the National Human Trafficking Resource Center and the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline.

H. B. 4199 was passed 24-8 and was sent back to the House to concur. it would permit a nursing home to use trained individuals to administer medication. Certification for the training is determined by the Office of Health Facility Licensure and Certification.

H. B. 4619 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor. The bill would create a new statutory funding allowance within the school aid funding formula computations to support the county-level implementation of comprehensive systems for teacher and leader induction and professional growth.

H. B. 2694 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 2696 was passed unanimously and was sent back to the House to concur.

H. B. 2890 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 3104 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4024 was passed unanimously and was sent back to the House to concur.

H. B. 4079 was passed unanimously and was sent back to the House to concur.

H. B. 4138 was passed unanimously and was sent back to the House to concur.

H. B. 4175 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4207 was passed unanimously and was sent back to the House to concur.

H. B. 4285 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

H. B. 4332 was passed unanimously and was sent back to the House to concur.

H. B. 4385 was passed unanimously and is now awaiting action by the Governor.

Bills on Second Reading: 

Bills of First Reading:

The Senate adopted S. R. 59, recognizing dedicated and honorable public service of Linda Gibson, and S. R. 60, designating March 2, 2018, as Suicide Prevention and Awareness Day.

The Senate is in adjourned until Saturday at 9:30 a.m.

Committees meeting today:

Judiciary at 4:15 p.m. 208W

 

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