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Matthew Rohrbach (R - Cabell, 17)


Capitol Office:
Room 215E-C, Building 1
State Capitol Complex
Charleston, WV 25305
Capitol Phone: (304) 340-3221

25 Kensington Lane
Huntington, WV 25705
District Phone: (304) 563-9040


CHAIR: Health and Human Resources
Select Committee on Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse
Senior, Children, and Family Issues
Technology & Infrastructure

CHAIR: Health
CHAIR: Health and Human Resources Accountability
CHAIR: PEIA, Seniors and Long Term Care


District Counties: Cabell (part), Wayne (part)



Delegate Rohrbach was the Lead Sponsor of 44 bills
HB 304To promote family healthPending
HB 2082Changing the persons responsible for the taxes on soft drinks and soft drink syrupsPendingFinance
HB 2083Relating to age verification requirements for delivery sales of tobaccoPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 2084Amend section providing for waiver of tuition and fees for older persons auditing certain college classes.PendingFinance
HB 2085Relating to tobacco usage restrictionsPending
HB 2086Relating to requiring a parolee or probationer found to have suffered with addiction to participate in a support service.Pending
HB 2087Relating to requiring the Office of Health Facility Licensure and Certification to inspect office-based medication-assisted treatment programs at least every 24 months.Pending
HB 2088Relating to requiring a court to verify certain conditions are met before a child who has been removed from a home may be returned to that home.Pending
HB 2182Relating to the Ryan Brown FundPending
HB 2184Increasing the penalties for exposure of governmental representatives to fentanyl or any other harmful drugPendingJudiciary
HB 2185State Settlement and Recovered Funds Accountability ActPendingJudiciary
HB 2186Relating to tobacco usage restrictionsPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 2220Providing that the sale and purchase of copper as scrap metal may not be completed with the payment of cashPendingSmall Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development
HB 4020Relating to reorganizing the Department of Health and Human ResourcesVetoed
HB 4035Remove the persistent vegetative state from the living willPendingJudiciary
HB 4059Clarifying that new Department of Health and Human Resources' Deputy Commissioners are exempt from civil serviceSigned
HB 4060Repealing outdated sections of code relating to healthSigned
HB 4089Require certain coverage and reimbursement for a person diagnosed with hypertensionPending
HB 4111Relating to the prescriptive authority of advance practice registered nursesPending
HB 4112Provide consumers a choice for pharmacy servicesSigned
HB 4113Public Health definitions and powers of secretary and commissionerSigned
HB 4252To reduce copay cap on insulin and devicesPending
HB 4263Prohibit the practice of white baggingPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 4276WVU to create a Parkinson’s disease registrySigned
HB 4301Reforming membership requirements of Huntington Park and Recreation District BoardSigned
HB 4303Amend certain provisions in public health definitionsPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 4324To update collaborative pharmacy practice agreementsSigned
HB 4340Relating to maximizing the opportunity to recover anatomical gifts for the purpose of transplantation, therapy, research, or educationSigned
HB 4344Relating to foster carePending
HB 4369Update the telepsychology compactSigned
HB 4373To exclude fentanyl test strips from the definition of drug paraphernaliaSigned
HB 4374Relating to implementing a Medicaid state plan amendment as necessary and appropriate to effectuate a system of certified community behavioral health clinicsPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 4377To update the involuntary commitment processSigned
HB 4393To increase the managed care tax if the managed care organization receives a rate increaseSigned
HB 4425Authorize a law school program at Marshall UniversityPendingEducation
HB 4521To establish minimum training requirements for law enforcement officials on interacting effectively with people with Alzheimer’s or other dementiasPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 4584To update of the authority of the Office of the Chief Medical ExaminerPendingJudiciary
HB 4601Relating to expiration date of an optometrist’s prescriptionPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 4609Relating to establishing the services that shall be provided by the traumatic brain injury waiver programPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 4621Relating to scope of practicePendingGovernment Organization
HB 4649Transferring the operations of the West Virginia Children’s Health Insurance Program to the Bureau for Medical ServicesSigned
HB 4660Establishing the status of beds when an intermediate care facility for individuals with intellectual disabilities closesPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 4666Expanding the definition of criminal justice agency to include the Forensic Analysis Laboratory at Marshall UniversityPendingJudiciary
HB 4761Authorizing the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Resources to develop a submission procedures manual and adopt the same as a procedural rule.Pending


Release TitleDate
Statement on behalf of House Health and Human Resources Committee Chairman Matthew Rohrbach03/31/2022
Substance Abuse Committee Chairman Wants to Divert More Funds to Prevention Programs 07/29/2019
Bipartisan Coalition Calls On Attorney General Morrisey to Let Legislature Appropriate Drug Settlement Funds07/29/2019
House of Delegates Passes Opioid Reduction Act03/08/2018
Bipartisan Group of Legislators Return Special Session Pay to State06/09/2016
Delegate Rohrbach Proposes Bill To Create Infrastructure Improvement Projects02/23/2016
Delegate Rohrbach Responds to Huntington CSX Closure01/20/2016
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