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Delegate Ashley sponsored 29 bills:


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HB 2102 Changing the qualifier for low income for a senior citizens' homestead tax credit Pending  House Senior Citizen Issues Committee  02/11/09 
HB 2456 Relating to child abuse and neglect Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/16/09 
HB 2457 Requiring group insurance companies and third party administrators to furnish claims experience to policyholders Pending  Senate Banking and Insurance Committee  04/02/09 
HB 2465 Imposing certain conditions of probation of sex offenders convicted of failing to register Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/16/09 
HB 2476 Reducing the corporate net income tax rate to five point nine percent effective the first day of July, two thousand nine Pending  House Finance Committee  02/16/09 
HB 2534 Relating to viatical settlements Pending  House Banking and Insurance Committee  02/17/09 
HB 2566 Expanding applicability of increased penalties for crimes against certain protected persons Signed  Effective Ninety Days from Passage - (July 10, 2009)
HB 2584 Providing a state tax deduction for amounts paid for health insurance under certain circumstances Pending  House Banking and Insurance Committee  02/18/09 
HB 2605 Requiring accident and sickness insurance providers and HMO's to cover the treatment of Lyme disease Pending  House Banking and Insurance Committee  02/18/09 
HB 2607 Increasing penalties for financial exploitation of an elderly person or incapacitated adult Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/18/09 
HB 2710 Increasing criminal penalty to commit malicious assault, unlawful assault, battery or assault upon a child protective caseworker or a local adult protective services caseworker employee Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/20/09 
HB 2722 Providing a one hundred dollar tax credit to certain businesses that are required to reprogram its cash registers because of a change in the food tax Pending  Senate Finance Committee  03/27/09 
HB 2757 Relating to financial audits of insurers Signed  Effective Ninety Days from Passage - (July 7, 2009)
HB 2763 Allowing for expanded employment of certain retired state employees Pending  House Finance Committee  02/23/09 
HB 2766 Authorizing the Commissioner of the Division of Culture and History to distribute fairs and festivals funding Pending  House Government Organization Committee  02/24/09 
HB 2878 Abortion Complication Reporting Act Pending  House Judiciary Committee  02/27/09 
HB 2886 Establishing accredited convention and visitor bureaus Pending  House Political Subdivisions Committee  03/02/09 
HB 2892 Increasing any award of just compensation to a property owner for eminent domain takings by nongovernment entities Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/02/09 
HB 2901 Relating to limitations on expending hotel occupancy tax proceeds Pending  House Political Subdivisions Committee  03/02/09 
HB 2907 Relating to the sales of wine Pending  House Agriculture Committee  03/03/09 
HB 3038 Relating to the enforcement powers of the Ethics Commission Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/26/09 
HB 3072 Providing a full tax deduction for the purchase of a new automobile and providing an exemption from the sales tax in the tax year 2009 Pending  House Finance Committee  03/11/09 
HB 3152 Athletic Trainers Registration Act Pending  House Government Organization Committee  03/16/09 
HB 3160 Authorizing the Director of the Division of Protective Services to assess, charge and collect fees from state spending units and private entities for law-enforcement services provided during extraordinary events Pending  House Finance Committee  03/16/09 
HB 3163 Providing that the limitation on child support is tolled until the last child that is subject of an income withholding order reaches eighteen years of age Pending  House Judiciary Committee  03/17/09 
HB 3264 Eliminating the doctrine of "constructive exhaustion", relating to an insured's right to recover underinsured benefits Pending  House Banking and Insurance Committee  03/20/09 
HB 3278 Relating to the life and health insurance guaranty association Signed  Effective Ninety Days from Passage - (July 10, 2009)
HB 3288 Relating to mental health parity Signed  Effective Ninety Days from Passage - (August 25, 2009)
HB 3323 Clarifying that an insurance policy should be voidable from the date of its issuance if an insured fails to provide consideration for the policy Pending  House Banking and Insurance Committee  03/23/09 
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