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SB 28 Exempting certain personal property from levy, forced sale, attachment or execution Chapter 169, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 52 Allowing motorcycle registration plates to be fastened in vertical position Chapter 180, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 71 Relating to verifying legal employment status of workers employed in state Chapter 150, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 100 Prohibiting state and political subdivisions from contracting with vendors owing debt to state Chapter 7, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 125 Permitting solicitation of certain state employees for contributions to certain campaigns in local or county elections Chapter 114, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 133 Budget bill Chapter 13, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effect from passage
SB 139 Creating Tourism Development Act Chapter 255, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 143 Relating to uninsured small group health benefit plans Chapter 145, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 148 Creating Tax Amnesty Program of 2004 Chapter 240, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 149 Relating generally to department of tax and revenue Chapter 239, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 160 Extending time to appropriate money from public employees insurance agency reserve fund to bureau for medical services Vetoed by Governor 4/6/04 - House Journal Effective ninety days from passage
SB 161 Creating Model Health Plan for Uninsurable Individuals Act Chapter 148, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective July 1, 2004
SB 163 Establishing Water Resources Protection Act Chapter 264, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 166 Relating to driving motor vehicle or motorized vessel under influence of alcohol, controlled substances or drugs Chapter 87, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 176 Relating to investments and investment practices of insurance companies Chapter 139, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 181 Permitting retired state police to carry concealed weapon for life Chapter 156, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 190 Relating to filing fee for certain United States candidates Chapter 113, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effect from passage
SB 197 Relating generally to distribution of net terminal income of racetrack video lottery terminals Chapter 123, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective from passage
SB 199 Relating to appointments to commission for deaf and hard-of-hearing Chapter 43, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 200 Requiring state police annually report to Legislature effectiveness of recruiting minorities Chapter 154, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 204 Relating to strategic research and development tax credit Chapter 242, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective July 1, 2004
SB 208 Allowing state police to engage in certain political activities while off duty and out of uniform Chapter 155, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 209 Requiring review of certain state leases and purchases by joint committee on government and finance Chapter 4, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective July 1, 2004
SB 230 Relating to definitions of casualty insurance and federal flood insurance; other provisions Chapter 137, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 251 Establishing Nurse Overtime and Patient Safety Act Chapter 189, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 258 Relating to enforcement of domestic violence protective orders generally Chapter 86, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 268 Continuing division of motor vehicles Chapter 221, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 269 Continuing division of purchasing within department of administration Chapter 216, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 271 Relating to racial profiling data collection Chapter 206, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 286 Relating to assessment of regulated consumer lenders Chapter 40, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 296 Continuing center for professional development board Chapter 223, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 316 Providing procedures for determining daily cost for certain inmates Chapter 63, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective July 1, 2004
SB 317 Increasing parolee supervision fee Chapter 65, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective July 1, 2004
SB 319 Relating to centers for housing young adult offenders Chapter 61, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 320 Relating to certification of title for mobile and manufactured homes Chapter 170, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 321 Providing personal income tax adjustment to gross income of certain retirees Chapter 249, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 323 Continuing office of explosives and blasting Chapter 226, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 324 Continuing division of personnel Chapter 230, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 327 Authorizing department of administration to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 161, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective from passage
SB 350 Authorizing bureau of commerce to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 168, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective from passage
SB 399 Authorizing miscellaneous boards and agencies to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 167, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective from passage
SB 402 Relating to authority of board of risk and insurance management to promulgate certain legislative rules Chapter 208, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 404 Clarifying term "behavioral health services"; removing "community care services" Chapter 241, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective from passage
SB 406 Relating to victim notification of defendant's release Chapter 261, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 408 Relating generally to levies by county boards of education and expenditure of property taxes collected Chapter 91, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective from passage
SB 418 Allowing civil process servers employed by sheriff to carry deadly weapons; other provisions Chapter 71, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 420 Relating generally to motor fuels excise tax Chapter 245, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 428 Relating to captive insurance companies Chapter 146, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 431 Establishing Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact Chapter 147, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 444 Requiring county litter control officers to enforce litter laws Chapter 66, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 448 Relating to higher education advisory boards generally Chapter 92, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effect from passage
SB 449 Relating to elections generally Chapter 112, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effect from passage
SB 450 Relating to long-term care insurance policies Chapter 144, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 454 Relating to land-use planning Chapter 153, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 456 Requiring state agencies administering funds or grants notify grantee in certain cases Chapter 204, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 460 Relating to regulating surveyors and underground surveyors Chapter 201, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 469 Continuing interstate commission on uniform state laws Chapter 228, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 470 Continuing real estate appraiser licensing and certification board Chapter 236, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 471 Continuing state board of risk and insurance management Chapter 231, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 479 Relating to licensing foreign insurers Chapter 140, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 480 Exempting nonprofit licensed nursing homes from registration under solicitation of charitable funds act Chapter 49, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 482 Reclassifying juvenile detention and corrections facility employees Chapter 64, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 500 Relating to fees for agents selling hunting and fishing licenses Chapter 186, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 505 Creating motor vehicle classification of "low-speed vehicle" Chapter 177, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 506 Permitting use of "bank" in name of licensed insurance company Chapter 41, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 508 Relating to commission on arts Chapter 82, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective July 1, 2004
SB 512 Authorizing rules of higher education policy commission relating to HEAPS; purchasing efficiencies Chapter 111, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effect from passage
SB 513 Relating to jobs investment trust board Chapter 149, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 516 Establishing eastern panhandle transportation authority Chapter 268, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 517 Relating to valuation of annuities Chapter 142, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 518 Relating to policemen and firemen required to work during holidays; compensation Chapter 184, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 524 Relating to council for community and technical college education and PROMISE scholarship board of control Chapter 109, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effect from passage
SB 526 Making supplementary appropriation to division of rehabilitation services Chapter 34, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effect from passage
SB 533 Authorizing division of corrections charge certain adult offenders transfer application fee Chapter 62, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 536 Relating to claims against state Chapter 56, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective from passage
SB 554 Continuing guardianship or conservatorship of deceased protected persons Chapter 129, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 556 Exempting retailers of automobiles and trucks from definition of credit services organizations Chapter 74, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 558 Relating to misuse of power of attorney or other fiduciary relationship; penalty Chapter 77, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 563 Relating to public employees retirement act Vetoed by Governor 3/24/04 - House Journal Effective ninety days from passage
SB 566 Establishing Unborn Victims of Violence Act Vetoed by Governor 3/24/04 - House Journal Effective ninety days from passage
SB 569 Clarifying and preserving irrevocability of certain trusts Chapter 118, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 573 Providing procedure for economic development authority to address problems of state minorities Chapter 90, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 574 Allowing commissioner to sell liquor warehouse under certain circumstances Chapter 11, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effect from passage
SB 575 Continuing motor vehicle dealers advisory board Chapter 222, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 576 Continuing state rail authority Chapter 232, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 577 Continuing board of registration for foresters Chapter 234, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 578 Continuing design-build board Chapter 215, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 596 Relating to powers and duties of board of directors of state board of risk and insurance management Chapter 207, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 616 Relating to environmental protection advisory council Vetoed by Governor 4/6/04 - House Journal Effective ninety days from passage
SB 631 Relating to state fertilizer law Chapter 9, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 636 Relating to employment of members of teachers defined benefit retirement system Vetoed by Governor 4/6/04 - House Journal Effective ninety days from passage
SB 637 Relating to factory-built home sites; other provisions Chapter 172, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 638 Relating to special registration plates generally Chapter 179, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 645 Appointing interim judges to court of claims Chapter 69, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective from passage
SB 671 Clarifying appeal bond procedures relating to master tobacco settlement Chapter 253, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 672 Relating to municipalities' right to collect public utility fees Chapter 185, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 673 Regulating weights of vehicles on roads and highways generally Chapter 211, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 675 Relating to outdoor advertising revenues Chapter 191, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 694 Establishing Fairness in Competitive Bidding Act Vetoed by Governor 4/7/04 - House Journal Effective ninety days from passage
SB 697 Delegating motor carrier inspector duties to weight enforcement officers Chapter 176, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 700 Relating to state agencies making timely payments for telecommunications services Chapter 252, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effect from passage
SB 701 Authorizing certain taxes imposed by municipalities; other provisions Chapter 183, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 713 Expiring funds to unappropriated balance of general revenue from board of risk and insurance management, premium tax savings fund Chapter 35, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effect from passage
SB 714 Expiring funds to unappropriated balance of general revenue from insurance commission fund Chapter 36, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effect from passage
SB 715 Expiring funds to unappropriated balance of general revenue from public service commission Chapter 37, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effect from passage
SB 717 Terminating agencies following full performance evaluations Chapter 212, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective from passage
SB 718 Authorizing board of examiners of psychologists set fees by rule Chapter 202, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective from passage
SB 719 Increasing tax on providers of nursing facility services Chapter 132, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 720 Relating to unused state private activity bond volume cap Chapter 45, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 722 Repealing section prohibiting giving away or selling liquor in buildings where boxing is held Chapter 58, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 726 Continuing steel advisory commission and steel futures program Chapter 237, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
SB 734 Extending time for town council of Smithers to meet as levying body for election of additional levy Chapter 271, Acts, Regular Session, 2004 Effect from passage
HB 2088 Authorizing local law-enforcement officers who are members of drug task forces to have access to prescription drug monitoring data Chapter 159, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2200 Creating the felony offense of destruction of property Chapter 78, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2268 Teachers and substitute teachers as professional educators and addressing the critical need and shortage thereof Chapter 100, Acts, 2004 Effect from passage
HB 2423 Awarding high school diplomas to certain veterans Chapter 260, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2755 Authorizing the secretary of the department of health and human resources to promulgate emergency rules to regulate opioid treatment centers Chapter 130, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2801 Requiring the ethics commission to furnish copies of all advisory opinions issued by the commission to the West Virginia Legislature and the supreme court law library Chapter 119, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2914 Relating to the rehabilitation and liquidation of insurers subject to the regulatory authority of the West Virginia insurance commissioner Chapter 143, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 2991 Relating to the fee charged by fiduciary commissioners in settling an estate Chapter 117, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3096 Authorizing cooperation of campus police and rangers employed by the Hatfield-McCoy regional recreation authority with other law-enforcement agencies Chapter 158, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3097 Prescribing proper venue in civil actions involving West Virginia university and Marshall university Chapter 3, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3150 Barring state officers, agencies or entities from requiring that surety, payment, performance or bid bonds be obtained from any particular company Chapter 121, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 3189 Reducing the total tax credits available under the capital company act during the fiscal year beginning on the first day of July, two thousand four Chapter 47, Acts, 2004 Effective July 1, 2004
HB 4001 Ensuring safer schools and empowering teachers by automating student suspension and expulsion data Clerk's note: Enrolled bill not presented to Governor as passed by Legislature; bill is null and void Effective July 1, 2004
HB 4004 Establishing an insurance fraud unit within the office of the insurance commissioner Chapter 138, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4008 Abolishing the insurance and retirement division and creating a new employee and insurance services division Chapter 8, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4009 Creating a position for a state Americans with disabilities coordinator within the department of administration Chapter 83, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4011 Bringing the West Virginia personal income tax act into conformity with the federal income tax Chapter 248, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4012 Bringing the West Virginia corporation net income tax act into conformity with federal income tax Chapter 251, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4019 Prohibiting the division of motor vehicles' sale of personal information for bulk distribution of surveys, marketing and solicitations Chapter 178, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4020 Protecting personal information maintained by the state from inappropriate disclosure Chapter 122, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4022 Creating "The All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Regulation Act" Chapter 12, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4027 Establishing a voluntary environmental excellence program Chapter 116, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4033 Authorizing the issuance of new parkway revenue bonds Chapter 210, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4037 Providing for safe schools through alternative education programs and providing certain juvenile justice records to public school officials Chapter 51, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4040 Relating to criteria for making decisions affecting the filling of vacancies if one or more permanently employed instructional personnel apply for a classroom teaching position Chapter 106, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4043 Establishing the priority for early childhood education in the basic skills of reading, mathematics and English language arts Chapter 93, Acts, 2004 Effective July 1, 2004
HB 4047 Creating a high growth business investment tax credit to encourage investment by state citizens and businesses in certain companies started by fellow West Virginians Chapter 243, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4055 Creating a compact between states for the protection and return of juvenile offenders, runaways and other juveniles Chapter 53, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4068 Allowing the hunting of coyotes by use of amber colored artificial light with certain restrictions Chapter 135, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4072 Providing for a unified approach to the long-term planning and implementation of technology in the public schools Chapter 97, Acts, 2004 Effective July 1, 2004
HB 4083 Continuing the veterans' council Chapter 218, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4084 West Virginia Pharmaceutical Availability and Affordability Act Chapter 193, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4085 Clarifying certain terms related to the Ron Yost Personal Assistance Services Act Chapter 103, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4086 Including Gulf War and Afghanistan conflict veterans on the veterans' council Chapter 258, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4097 Clarifying those persons or entities responsible for paying certain fees assessed by the clerk of the circuit court for processing of criminal bonds and bailpiece Chapter 73, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4104 Creating the felony crime of scanning device or reencoder fraud Chapter 79, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4107 Allowing licensees of charitable bingo and raffle games to transfer game proceeds between their bingo and raffle operations Chapter 124, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4108 Authorizing sun screening devices that exceed statutory limits to be used in law-enforcement K-9 and other emergency vehicles that haul animals Chapter 182, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4111 Relating to education generally Chapter 95, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4119 Allowing a phase-in of the transfer of hotel taxing authority when a municipality annexes a hotel to allow the retirement of any debt incurred by the county or to otherwise phase in the transfer of taxing authority to the municipality Vetoed by Governor 4/6/04 - House Journal Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4123 Authorizing the supreme court of appeals to create a panel of senior magistrate court clerks Chapter 70, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4131 Requiring certain reporting to the legislative oversight commission on workforce investment for economic development Chapter 89, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4132 Relating to the West Virginia guaranteed work force program Chapter 127, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4134 Substituting the governor's chief technology officer as a member of the employee suggestion award program Chapter 6, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4140 Requiring the ethics commission to establish a code of conduct for state administrative law judges Chapter 120, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4143 Creating a West Virginia center for nursing to establish a statewide strategic plan to address the nursing shortage in the state and to facilitate recruitment and retention of nurses Chapter 190, Acts, 2004 Effect from passage
HB 4148 Allowing bail bondsmen to deliver offenders to county or regional jails without bailpiece if a magistrate or circuit clerk is inaccessible Chapter 72, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4156 Providing the West Virginia state police with the ability to define and draw DNA samples from convicted felons for the purpose of maintaining a DNA database Clerk's note: Enrolled bill not presented to Governor as passed by Legislature; bill is null and void Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4157 Continuing the rural health advisory panel Chapter 224, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4166 Removing the description requirements in deeds for easements and rights-of-way for mineral leases Chapter 174, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4168 Requiring lenders to have the funds for mortgage loans available at the appropriate time Chapter 39, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4193 Authorizing the Department of Environmental Protection to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 162, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4200 Authorizing the department of military affairs and public safety to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 164, Acts, 2004 Effect from passage
HB 4205 Authorizing the department of health and human resources to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 163, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4211 Authorizing the Department of Transportation to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 166, Acts, 2004 Effect from passage
HB 4217 Authorizing the department of tax and revenue to promulgate legislative rules Chapter 165, Acts, 2004 Effect from passage
HB 4247 Clarifying that the board of registration for professional engineers may assess civil penalties Chapter 200, Acts, 2004 Effect from passage
HB 4248 Continuing the office of environmental advocate Chapter 227, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4250 Providing good faith protection for licensed psychologists and psychiatrists acting upon appointment by a court in child custody cases Chapter 1, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4257 Increasing the amount of prizes that may be given in the conduct of charitable raffles without a license Chapter 125, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4259 Revising the composition, powers and duties of the Governor's Cabinet on Children and Families Chapter 126, Acts, 2004 Effect from passage
HB 4266 Requiring regulatory agencies of government, with exceptions, to study ways to expedite the issuance of licenses, permits and certificates Chapter 5, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4271 Requiring all schools to permit students to self-administer asthma medication Chapter 98, Acts, 2004 Effective July 1, 2004
HB 4273 Changing the authority to appoint guardians of minors from the county commission to the family court Chapter 128, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4286 Repealing the section of the code relating to coverage for alcoholic treatment because it is superseded by another part of the code Chapter 60, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4287 Eliminating the provision of law limiting seniority rights for classified employees when funding the annual salary increment results in employee layoffs Chapter 110, Acts, 2004 Effective July 1, 2004
HB 4291 Continuing education requirements for licensed healthcare professionals on the subject of end-of-life care training Chapter 196, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4294 Removing the requirement that funds expended from the worthless check fund to pay for additional deputy clerks be proportionate to the time expended on worthless check cases Chapter 42, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4295 Exempting state bonds from taxation Chapter 46, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4297 Clarifying that the county board of education and its superintendent may designate the places where competency testing for service personnel will be held Chapter 107, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4299 Modifying the West Virginia contractor licensing act and updating certain terms Chapter 151, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4303 Relating to Gramm-Leach-Bliley and reciprocity Chapter 141, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4304 Continuing the children's health insurance board Chapter 214, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4308 Providing immunity from civil damages to workers who in good faith provides services or materials, without remuneration, to build or install certain universal accessibility features in accordance with applicable state and federal laws Chapter 195, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4318 Imposing personal income tax on funds withdrawn from a prepaid college tuition contract or other college savings plans Chapter 250, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4330 Revising the law governing vital records Chapter 262, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4348 Expiring funds to the treasurer's office - banking services from the treasurer's office - unclaimed property trust fund Chapter 14, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4349 Relating generally to consumers sales and service tax Chapter 246, Acts, 2004 Effect from passage
HB 4350 Continuing the West Virginia state police Chapter 219, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4354 Authorizing county commissions to adopt ordinances to reduce false alarms Vetoed by Governor 4/7/04 - House Journal Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4364 Including division of forestry employees in the assault and battery statute with similar state personnel Chapter 75, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4371 Extending the pilot program for the uninsured and underinsured Chapter 131, Acts, 2004 Effect from passage
HB 4373 Making it a crime to alter a traffic-control device with an infrared or electronic device Chapter 181, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4374 Relating to manufactured housing construction and safety standards Chapter 171, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4377 Assessing a penalty on those physicians who fail to pay the special assessment Chapter 198, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4388 Creating new misdemeanor and felony offenses and associated penalties related to the possession, creation and use of original, duplicated, altered or counterfeit retail sales receipts and universal product code labels with the intent to defraud Chapter 80, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4403 Repealing the requirement of affidavits acknowledging receipt of compensation Chapter 57, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4411 Changing certain reporting requirements in the West Virginia workforce investment act Chapter 266, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4412 Requiring the children's health insurance board to submit a modification of its benefit plan Chapter 44, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4415 Giving the state auditor flexibility in determining when to conduct audits on local government offices Chapter 38, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4418 Continuing the board of architects Chapter 233, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4419 Continuing the board of landscape architects Chapter 235, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4433 Creating the crime of abuse and neglect of an elderly person and the crime of misuse or misappropriation of the funds or assets of an elderly person Chapter 76, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4449 Allowing both residents and nonresidents to apply for and obtain a Class Q permit for disabled persons Chapter 187, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4450 Permitting the sale of timber severed in a state park incidental to construction activities Chapter 188, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4451 Clarifying that the economic development authority and tax commissioner are authorized to require certain examination and compliance actions Chapter 48, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4453 Relating to the deputy sheriff's retirement system Chapter 68, Acts, 2004 Effective July 1, 2004
HB 4455 Extending the term of the waste tire remediation funds Chapter 263, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4456 Extending the time for the Harrison County commission to submit a proposed levy to the Harrison County voters for approval or rejection intended to finance vital public services Chapter 270, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4464 Extending the time for the county commission of Cabell County to present to the voters an election to consider an excess levy for fire protection services, firefighting training and economic development Chapter 267, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4468 Allowing housing development authorities to pay for persons of eligible income the costs of preparation and recording of any title instrument, deed of trust, note or security instrument and the amount of impact fees imposed Chapter 134, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4478 Lengthening the time period which county boards are required to publish a year-end financial statement Chapter 101, Acts, 2004 Effective July 1, 2004
HB 4479 Continuing the department of health and human resources Chapter 217, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4480 Continuing West Virginia's participation in the interstate commission on the Potomac River basin Chapter 194, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4484 Allowing a limited license to practice medicine and surgery without examination to an individual appointed to a West Virginia medical school faculty who holds a valid license to practice medicine and surgery from another country Chapter 197, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4491 Relating to mine inspectors and instructors employed by the office of miners' health, safety and training Chapter 175, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4492 Creating the criminal offense of soliciting a minor via computer Chapter 81, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4501 Creating exemptions from the consumers sales and services tax for e-commerce vendors and other high technology businesses Chapter 247, Acts, 2004 Effective July 1, 2004
HB 4516 Relating to the state conservation committee and conservation districts Chapter 10, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4517 Finding and declaring certain claims against the state and its agencies to be moral obligations of the state and directing the auditor to issue warrants for the payment thereof Chapter 55, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4521 Increasing the current annual registration fee for underground storage tanks and requiring the DEP to annually report on the status of the fund and the underground storage tank program Chapter 257, Acts, 2004 Effect from passage
HB 4523 Allowing certain racing associations or licensees qualifying for an alternate tax to increase the number of races each performance Chapter 133, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4530 Continuing the meat and poultry inspection program Chapter 225, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4531 Continuing the public employees insurance agency finance board Chapter 213, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4532 Continuing the state fire commission Chapter 229, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4536 Establishing the law-enforcement reemployment act Chapter 160, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4546 Supplemental appropriation to the department of health and human resources - family protection services board - domestic violence legal services fund Chapter 15, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4547 Supplemental appropriation to the bureau of commerce - division of miners' health, safety and training Chapter 16, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4548 Supplemental appropriation to the department of transportation - division of motor vehicles - driver's license reinstatement fund Chapter 17, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4549 Supplemental appropriation to the bureau of commerce - division of labor - elevator safety act Chapter 18, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4550 Supplemental appropriation to the department of health and human resources - division of health - central office Chapter 19, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4551 Supplemental appropriation to the department of health and human resources - division of human services Chapter 20, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4552 Relating to grounds for the revocation of teacher certificates Chapter 105, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4553 Relating to standards for awarding certificates to teach in the public schools Chapter 104, Acts, 2004 Effect from passage
HB 4554 Relating to the rights, privileges and benefits of substitute service personnel employed to fill vacancies created by leaves of absence Chapter 108, Acts, 2004 Effect from passage
HB 4559 Providing urban mass transportation authorities expanded competitive procurement procedures for the purchase of supplies, equipment and materials Chapter 205, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4560 Requiring that firefighters and security guards employed by the adjutant general of the national guard be members of the national guard Chapter 173, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4561 Authorizing the director of the division of natural resources to allow nonresidents to train dogs for coon hunting Chapter 136, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4567 Relating to the motor carrier road tax and international fuel tax agreement Chapter 244, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4581 Continuing the division of protective services Chapter 220, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4582 Limiting the division of labor elevator inspectors to inspection of elevators in state owned buildings Chapter 115, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4587 Including persons who are members or consultants to review organizations within the definition of health care professionals for peer review purposes Chapter 199, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4598 Restricting courts from requiring conditions on the out of home placement of children inconsistent with existing licensing regulations Chapter 50, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4601 Relating to public education generally Chapter 102, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4605 Clarifying certain provisions of the West Virginia Code as they relate to domestic violence offenses and related protective orders that are issued by various courts Chapter 85, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4607 Conferring the duties of the industrial revenue bond allocation review committee to the board of the West Virginia economic development authority Chapter 88, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4622 Repealing the section of the code relating to the exemption of lottery prizes from taxation Chapter 59, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4623 Repealing the section of the code relating to expenditure of excess in collections upon approval of governor Vetoed by Governor 4/6/04 Effective from passage
HB 4624 Relating generally to tax increment financing Chapter 238, Acts, 2004 Effect from passage
HB 4625 Authorizing the tourism commission the use of the tourism promotion fund to support the 2004 Pete Dye West Virginia Classic Chapter 254, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4627 Honoring academic performance of West Virginians graduating from U.S. military academies Chapter 259, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4634 Requiring persons incarcerated in county and regional jails who have been convicted of a misdemeanor reimburse the county for the cost incurred for his or her incarceration Chapter 67, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4641 Establishing a credentialing program for dialysis technicians by the board of registered professional nurses Chapter 203, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4649 Providing for greater efforts for instate placement of children in the custody of the Department of Health and Human Services Chapter 52, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4655 Giving the children's health insurance program the right of subrogation Chapter 54, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4658 Relating to defense of self, others and property and providing limited immunity from civil liability Chapter 2, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4669 Providing for establishment of special five-year demonstration professional development school project Chapter 94, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4671 Relating to the disposal of law enforcement weapons when replaced due to routine wear Chapter 157, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4672 Relating to calculation of workers' compensation premiums for members of limited liability companies Chapter 265, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4709 Allowing the commissioner of labor to charge fees for laboratory services and calibrations Chapter 152, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4737 Providing options for members of teachers retirement to make contributions for periods of temporary total disability Chapter 99, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4740 Relating to the establishment, initial funding and operation of a patient injury compensation fund Chapter 192, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4745 Relating to administration of repairs to vehicles and equipment by the division of highways Chapter 209, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4746 Relating generally to the state treasurer's office Chapter 256, Acts, 2004 Effective ninety days from passage
HB 4748 Supplemental appropriation in the state excess lottery revenue fund, to the lottery commission - refundable credit Chapter 21, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4749 Supplementing, amending and increasing items of the existing appropriations from the state road fund to the department of transportation, division of highways Chapter 22, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4750 Supplemental appropriation of federal funds out of the treasury from the balance of moneys remaining unappropriated to the department of education - state department of education Chapter 23, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4751 Supplemental appropriation to the department of military affairs and public safety - adjutant general - state militia Chapter 24, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4752 Supplemental appropriation to the department of tax and revenue - division of banking Chapter 25, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4754 Supplemental appropriation to the department of transportation - division of motor vehicles Chapter 26, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4755 Supplemental appropriation to a new item of appropriation designated the coal heritage highway authority Chapter 27, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4756 Supplemental appropriation to the West Virginia state board of examiners for licensed practical nurses Chapter 28, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4757 Supplemental appropriation to the department of military affairs and public safety - division of criminal justice services Chapter 29, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4758 Supplemental appropriation to the department of military affairs and public safety - division of criminal justice services - juvenile accountability incentive Chapter 30, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4760 Supplemental appropriation to the governor's office - office of economic opportunity Chapter 31, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4761 Supplemental appropriation to the department of agriculture - donated food fund Chapter 32, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4762 Supplemental appropriation to the department of military affairs and public safety - office of emergency services Chapter 33, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
HB 4763 Extending the time for the city council of Dunbar to meet as a levying body for the purpose of presenting to the voters of the city an election to continue an additional city levy Chapter 269, Acts, 2004 Effective from passage
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