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Wednesday, January 19, 2022

HB4253.            By Del. Ellington, Toney and Smith - Relating to School Building Authority - To Education

HB4254.            By Del. Burkhammer, Foster, Steele and Linville - Repeal chapter of code relating to Miners' Health Safety and Training - To Energy and Manufacturing then Government Organization

HB4255.            By Del. Burkhammer, Pinson, Maynor, Worrell, Martin, Linville, Mazzocchi and Hanna - Abortion permitted only in certain instances - To Health and Human Resources then the Judiciary

HB4256.            By Del. Burkhammer, Foster, Hanna, Martin, Booth, Riley, Jennings and Hardy - Removing certain requirements from WV Jobs Act - To Workforce Development then Government Organization

HB4257.            By Del. D. Jeffries, Summers, Rohrbach, Tully, G. Ward, Bates, Jennings, Worrell, Rowan, Forsht and Mallow - Require visitation immediately following a procedure in a health care facility - To Health and Human Resources

HB4258.            By Del. Gearheart, Smith, Zatezalo, Hamrick and Ferrell - To allow landowners to pay hunters to hunt their property - To Agriculture and Natural Resources then the Judiciary

HB4259.            By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Skaff - Creating the West Virginia Small Business Jumpstart Act (FN) - To Finance

HB4260.            By Del. Steele and Foster - Creating the State Central Legal Advertising website - To Government Organization then the Judiciary

HB4261.            By Del. Summers, Rohrbach, D. Jeffries, G. Ward, Jennings, Steele, Bates, Pushkin, Foster, Linville and Skaff - Relating to the practice of optometry - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

HB4262.            By Del. Steele and Foster - Relating to licensure for polygraph examiners (FN) - To Government Organization

HB4263.            By Del. Rohrbach, Reed, Tully, Pack, G. Ward, Bates, D. Jeffries, Rowan, Forsht and Mallow - Prohibit the practice of white bagging - To Health and Human Resources

HB4264.            By Del. Boggs, Queen, Westfall and Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) - Change name of Glenville State College to “Glenville State University” (FN) - To Education

HB4265.            By Del. Steele, Foster and Wamsley - Eliminate sales tax on Professional Employment Organization’s administration fees (FN) - To Finance

HB4266.            By Del. Reed, B. Ward, Forsht, Barrett, Mandt, Hanna, Mallow, Hardy, Worrell, Booth and Clark - Relating to limited liability companies - To Government Organization

HB4267.            By Del. Reed, Foster, Rohrbach, Steele, Booth, Worrell, Mandt, Dean, Paynter, B. Ward and Riley - Prohibits Chain Community Pharmacy Productivity Quotas for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians - To Health and Human Resources then the Judiciary

HB4268.            By Del. Reed, Clark, Forsht, Mandt, Westfall, Wamsley, Queen, Mallow, Booth and Jennings - Relating to two person consent for recording (FN) - To the Judiciary

HB4269.            By Del. Rowe, Garcia, Young, Barach, Evans and Fleischauer - Require PSC to annually report to Legislative Committee on the ratepayer utility costs over the prior 15 years and projected over the next 5 years, all adjusted for inflation. - To Government Organization

HB4270.            By Del. Reed, Wamsley, Pack, Ferrell, Mandt, Mallow, Worrell, Dean, Paynter, B. Ward and Sypolt - Relating to the Elimination of Daylight Savings Time - To Government Organization

HB4271.            By Del. Criss and Maynard [By Request of the WV Treasurer's Office] - To establish the West Virginia Security for Public Deposits Act - To Banking and Insurance then Finance

HB4272.            By Del. Reed, B. Ward, Forsht, Hardy, Mallow, Worrell, Rowan, Mandt, Hanna, Dean and Paynter - Reciprocity for inspection stickers on new cars purchased in neighboring states - To Technology and Infrastructure then the Judiciary

HB4273.            By Del. Reed, Smith, Jennings, Sypolt, B. Ward, Booth, Mallow, Worrell, Mandt, Paynter and Foster - Related to fines for trespassing - To the Judiciary

HB4274.            By Del. Hott, D. Jeffries, D. Kelly, Tully, Jennings, Dean, Mallow, Longanacre, Worrell, Kimble and Rowan - To ensure that hospitals do not provide lesser treatment to unvaccinated individuals as opposed to vaccinated individuals - To Health and Human Resources then the Judiciary

HB4275.            By Del. Westfall - Establishing County Emergency Declaration Fund (FN) - To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance

HB4276.            By Del. Rohrbach, Reed, Summers, Tully, D. Jeffries, Pack, G. Ward, Bates, Jennings, Worrell and Rowan - Permit WVU to create a Parkinson’s disease registry - To Health and Human Resources

HB4277.            By Del. Steele and Foster - Relating to sunset of the James “Tiger” Morton Catastrophic Illness Commission - To Government Organization

HB4278.            By Del. Steele, Foster and Wamsley - Relating to repayment of legal services when payment is made by the state for public defender services - To the Judiciary

HB4279.            By Del. Statler, Bridges, Jennings, Kimes, Lovejoy, Paynter, Pethtel, Toney and B. Ward - Relating generally to the distribution of certain taxes and surcharges to benefit volunteer and part-volunteer fire departments - To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Finance

HB4280.            By Del. Barnhart, Keaton, Pack, Maynor and G. Ward - To increase the amount of money given to jurors per day (FN) - To the Judiciary then Finance

HB4281.            By Del. Pinson, B. Ward, D. Kelly, Keaton, Fast, D. Jeffries and Honaker - Relating to the operation of a vehicle on a roadway covered by water - To the Judiciary

HB4282.            By Del. Steele and Wamsley - Relating to establishing next generation 911 services in this state - To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization

HB4283.            By Del. Steele, Foster and Wamsley - Relating to penalties for conspiracy to commit murder (FN) - To the Judiciary

HB4284.            By Del. Steele - Relating to magistrate employee appointments - To the Judiciary

HB4285.            By Del. Steele and Foster - Relating to real estate appraiser licensing board requirements - To Government Organization then the Judiciary

HB4286.            By Del. Steele and Foster - Relating to exempting persons employed as attorneys from the civil service system - To Government Organization

HB4287.            By Del. Reed, Hardy, Rowan, Mandt, Booth, Hanna, Mallow, Worrell, Barrett, Clark and Dean - Update the Unemployment Benefits system to an online system - To Finance

HB4288.            By Del. Steele, Foster, Rohrbach, D. Jeffries and Wamsley - Relating to expanding the practice of auricular acudetox to professions approved by the acupuncturist board - To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization

HB4289.            By Del. Ellington, Statler, Toney, Smith, Clark, Horst, Jennings, Maynor, Kessinger, Bridges and Tully - Establishing the behavioral health workforce education initiative at the Higher Education Policy Commission - To Education then Finance


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