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There are 51 Bills pending in House Pensions and Retirement

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Date

HB 2030Providing a minimum monthly benefit for certain public employee retirees01/08/03
HB 2031Providing a minimum monthly retirement annuity for certain public employee retirees01/08/03
HB 2034Allowing deputy sheriffs under the former public employees retirement system an indefinite period of time to pay amounts required01/08/03
HB 2064Providing teacher retirement eligibility when a member's age plus years of service equals or exceeds eighty01/09/03
HB 2068Crediting a deceased teacher's sick leave toward continued insurance coverage for a surviving spouse and other dependents01/09/03
HB 2086Allowing certain former members of the state police to resubscribe to the retirement system01/09/03
HB 2096Relating to retroactive service credit for members of the public employees retirement system01/10/03
HB 2109Giving certain annuitants of the public employees and teachers retirement systems a one-time supplement01/10/03
HB 2132Providing retirement service credit to teachers at private colleges and universities01/13/03
HB 2146Relating to service credit for unused personal leave days for teachers01/13/03
HB 2149Increasing benefits for retired state personnel and teachers01/13/03
HB 2252Increasing the multiplier for a retirement annuity in the public employees retirement system01/15/03
HB 2258Personal income tax exemption for military retirees01/15/03
HB 2270Increasing the retirement pensions for police and firefighters01/15/03
HB 2280Increasing retirement benefits of teachers and public employees01/15/03
HB 2303Allowing a state employer or other public employer to contribute to deferred compensation plans to match employee contributions01/16/03
HB 2333Providing that two dollars of the fees collected by the sheriff for service of process is deposited in the West Virginia deputy sheriff retirement fund01/16/03
HB 2334Changing the final average salary calculation in determining the benefit of a deputy sheriff retirement system member01/16/03
HB 2337Authorizing service credit under public employees retirement for federal employment service01/16/03
HB 2348Allowing the use of accumulated leave to meet initial eligibility criteria for retirement01/16/03
HB 2353Increasing a surviving spouse's death benefit under a municipal police officer's or firefighter's pension01/16/03
HB 2361Authorizing county boards of education to provide for the use of sick leave days by a surviving spouse in certain circumstances01/16/03
HB 2376Making additional funds available for the fire and police pension system and for volunteer and part volunteer fire departments by increasing premium tax on insurance01/17/03
HB 2400Providing service credit for all active service time in the United States armed forces01/17/03
HB 2418Increasing the multiplier for a retirement annuity in the public employees retirement system01/20/03
HB 2442Allowing retiring state employees to use accrued annual and sick leave days to meet early retirement eligibility criteria01/20/03
HB 2447Giving service credit for persons employed by the West Virginia University extension services for the purposes of the state teachers retirement system01/20/03
HB 2504Authorizing the consolidated public retirement board to promulgate a legislative rule relating to service credit for accrued and unused sick and annual leave01/22/03
HB 2510Including education service personnel eligibility for the five hundred dollar early retirement notification bonus01/22/03
HB 2513Removing language which might reduce a public employee's disability benefits upon reaching age 6501/22/03
HB 2522Excluding retirement income of conservation officers from income tax01/22/03
HB 2672Enacting a retirement system for Emergency Medical Services Retirement Act01/27/03
HB 2695Including conservation officers in the deputy sheriff retirement system01/27/03
HB 2711Removing the time restriction under which persons retiring under the teachers defined benefit retirement system are allowed to become employed by an institution of higher education01/28/03
HB 2723Providing an annual cost of living increase for certain retirees in the state teacher's retirement system01/28/03
HB 2725Preventing a reduction in the annuity of a person who retires with disability retirement at age sixty-five01/28/03
HB 2735Augmentation to any salary increase for any public employee, teacher or school service personnel01/28/03
HB 2737Allowing members that participate in the teachers' defined contribution retirement system to borrow only against the total amount that the member has contributed01/28/03
HB 2738Increasing the multiplier for a retirement annuity for certain members of PEIA01/28/03
HB 2746Granting service credit to former county EMS employees where the West Virginia department of health was the employer01/28/03
HB 2839West Virginia Division of Corrections Retirement System Act02/03/03
HB 2848Increasing the fee charged by the sheriff for service of process02/03/03
HB 2855Increasing supplemental benefits to certain teacher retirement annuitants02/04/03
HB 2912Providing that certain education personnel who are former state employees may exercise the option to transfer from the public employees retirement system to the state teachers retirement system02/07/03
HB 2913Allowing municipalities that elected to use the alternative funding method for their pension and relief funds to return to the standard funding method02/07/03
HB 2919Clarifying the existing personal liability and fiduciary responsibilities of members of the consolidated public retirement board02/10/03
HB 2935Providing that up to two years of qualified military service shall be counted as contributing service in the teachers retirement system02/10/03
HB 2941Bringing the employer contributions for a deputy sheriff in line to equal the employer contributions of other county employees02/10/03
HB 2954Establishing the Emergency Medical Services Retirement Act02/11/03
HB 3064Increasing supplemental benefits to certain teacher retirement annuitants02/19/03
HB 3167Including lump sum payments for accumulated leave in the average final salary of a member of the teachers retirement system02/21/03
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