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Larry L. Rowe (D - Kanawha, 052)





CONTACT

larry.rowe@wvhouse.gov

Capitol Office:
Room 6R, Building 1
State Capitol Complex
Charleston, WV 25305
Capitol Phone: (304) 340-3287

District:
4200 Malden Drive
Malden, WV 25306
District Phone: (304) 925-1333


Larry Rowe Biography

Education: B.A., MPA, West Virginia University; J.D., West Virginia University College of Law

Occupation: Attorney

Spouse: Julia M. Beury

Parents: Rosa Rowe and the late Eldridge E. Rowe, Sr.

Religion: Episcopal

Town of Birth: Bluefield, WV

Affiliations: Published book: “Virginia Slavery and King Salt in Booker T. Washington’s Boyhood Home”

COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

MINORITY CHAIR: Banking
MINORITY CHAIR: Finance
Energy and Manufacturing
Political Subdivisions
Senior, Children, and Family Issues

INTERIM COMMITTEES:
Energy and Manufacturing
Finance
Law Institute
Rule-Making Review Committee


DISTRICT 052


District Counties: Fayette, Kanawha

 

SPONSORED LEGISLATION, 2024

Delegate Rowe was the Lead Sponsor of 29 bills
BillTitleStatusCommittee
HB 4253Creating a litigation practice license for social workersPendingJudiciary
HB 4254To create a bill to designate February 3 as “Freedom Day,” to memorialize the February 3, 1865 Act by the Legislature that abolished slavery in West Virginia.PendingGovernment Organization
HB 4255Require PSC annual report on ratepayer utility costs to the Joint Committee on Government and FinancePendingGovernment Organization
HB 4256Increasing the state minimum wagePending
HB 4338To allow for the construction of safe entry ways to all public schools in West Virginia.PendingEducation
HB 4339Assisting governmental units training costs for certification of law enforcement officersPendingPensions and Retirement
HB 4340Create a division of forensic social work services in DHHRPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 4444To reduce the personal income tax to zero for those who make $80,000 per year or lessPendingFinance
HB 4445Allowing low income senior citizens to receive certain tax credits without filing a state income tax returnPendingSenior Citizen Issues
HB 4446Providing school days to register and transport students to votePendingEducation
HB 4506Establishing reimbursement rates for congregate and in-home mealsPendingSenior Citizen Issues
HB 4507Creating a tax credit for improving facades in historic districtsPending
HB 4508Economic and Community Development Task ForcePendingGovernment Organization
HB 4509Relating to designation of social workers in the Department of Health and Human ServicesPendingEducation
HB 4533Establishing a procedure to name a kinship legal guardianPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 4534Relating to the minimum wagePending
HB 4596Relating to the intestate share of a decedent’s surviving spousePendingJudiciary
HB 4597To reduce the personal income tax to zero for those who make $60,000 per year or less.PendingFinance
HB 4612Relating to social determinants of healthPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 4618Make the Consumer Advocate division separate and independent from the PSCPendingGovernment Organization
HB 4665Moving recovery of certain expenses from the reconcilable rate to be charged to the users of the broadband facilitiesPending
HB 5526Program Design and Outcomes of Selected Pre-Petition Legal Representation ProgramsPendingJudiciary
HB 5628Require Corrections authorities to gather an inmate’s identification documents prior to releasePending
HB 5631To allow wine to be served at outdoor gatherings where beer is permitted to be served.PendingPolitical Subdivisions
HB 5653To repeal the provision allowing for students to transfer from one school to another without losing eligibilityPendingEducation
HB 5654To require inmates in West Virginia jails and prisons to receive GED training.Pending
HB 5655Require inmates to get GED before release from prisonPending
HB 5657To permit bridges and highways to be named for distinct residential communities that are traditionally identified by a single name as a separate community or town without being incorporated and remain a part of the county services., naming these communities as villagesPendingPolitical Subdivisions
HB 5658To require all projects funded by the school building authority to have an assessment of school safety when a new project is created.PendingEducation

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