Select Bill Type
Select Year
Select Session

Bill Status - 2003 Regular Session

Search Bills by: Bill Quick Search: Bill Tracking:
All Bills (House | Senate)
All Resolutions
Short Title
Date Introduced
Code Affected
All Same As
Pending In Committee
Reported From Committee
Passed One Chamber
Fiscal Notes
Completed Legislation
Actions by Governor
Enter Bill Number

Search Bills Pending in Committee

There are 434 Bills pending in House Judiciary




SB 4Requiring notice of judgment in magistrate court by mail01/23/03
SB 93Relating to violence against public employees01/23/03
SB 210Permitting retired state police carry concealed weapon for life02/04/03
SB 217Relating to beneficial use of water treatment plant sludge03/03/03
SB 254Authorizing board of dental examiners to promulgate legislative rule relating to board03/03/03
SB 396Providing continuation of misdemeanor prosecutions in certain cases02/28/03
SB 399Providing for criminal history checks for certain people working with children on school property; exceptions03/05/03
SB 403Relating to payment in lieu of property tax agreements generally02/25/03
SB 407Providing penalty for failure to appear in court for worthless check 02/28/03
SB 410Requiring ethics commission annually send advisory opinions to Legislature and supreme court library; other provisions02/28/03
SB 482Defining "adult-oriented establishment" for county commissions03/03/03
SB 489Authorizing parkways authority to construct, maintain, operate and lease wireless communications towers02/28/03
SB 555Providing person not guilty of trespassing or hunting without permission in certain cases03/06/03
SB 615Permitting independent voters to vote for candidate of any political party in primary; marking registration record02/28/03
HB 2004Expanding the comprehensiveness of the section concerning what causes civil rights violations for purposes of criminal responsibility01/08/03
HB 2006Criminal justice resource center01/08/03
HB 2009Changing the state primary election date01/08/03
HB 2010Providing for reimbursement to the bail bondsman for the amount of a forfeited bond under certain circumstances01/08/03
HB 2015Relating to discharging probation officers and circuit court clerical assistance for cause only01/08/03
HB 2017Exempting bee hives from personal property taxation01/08/03
HB 2019Allowing real-time campaign finance filing and disclosure through the internet01/08/03
HB 2025Requiring the superintendent or owner of a mine to sign the fire boss record book daily01/08/03
HB 2027Extending unemployment compensation benefits when special circumstances exist01/08/03
HB 2029Making the use of permanent replacements for striking workers an unfair labor practice in certain instances01/08/03
HB 2032Removing from a period of parole any credit for good conduct01/08/03
HB 2033Making the state convict road force mandatory01/08/03
HB 2035Making records in criminal juvenile proceedings involving crimes of violence open to the public01/08/03
HB 2036Providing additional standards for the admittance of expert medical testimony in medical malpractice cases01/08/03
HB 2037Authorizing law-enforcement officers to deputize police in other states01/08/03
HB 2039Primary elections and nominating procedures of third party candidates01/08/03
HB 2040Homestead exemption from debts caused by catastrophic illness01/08/03
HB 2042Prohibiting violations of civil rights because of disability or sexual orientation01/08/03
HB 2045Creating the criminal offense of failing to supervise a child01/08/03
HB 2048Relating generally to mine inspectors01/08/03
HB 2049Permitting miners fined for noncompliance with mining statutes to pay the penalty or complete a training course in lieu thereof01/08/03
HB 2053Uniform Arbitration Act01/08/03
HB 2059Providing that judgment awards in tort actions be reduced by the amount of certain collateral source benefits01/08/03
HB 2060Increasing the penalty for the felony offense of driving under the influence causing death01/08/03
HB 2066Permitting motor vehicle dealers to sell certain motor vehicles on an "as is" basis without a warranty01/09/03
HB 2067Requiring law-enforcement officers investigating motor vehicle accidents to include in the written report the estimated weights of commercial motor vehicles involved01/09/03
HB 2069Requiring the state personnel board to consider levels of seniority when awarding or withdrawing benefits01/09/03
HB 2070Removing the property tax exemption status for certain nonprofit hospitals and dedicating the tax proceeds01/09/03
HB 2071Establishing a system for determining the reasonable use by volume of ground and surface waters of the state01/09/03
HB 2072Requiring cigarettes and tobacco products be placed behind a counter or other site where access is restricted01/30/03
HB 2076Authorizing environmental boards to hire in-house counsel01/09/03
HB 2078Requiring certain deposits be made in the stream restoration fund01/09/03
HB 2084Limiting the number of authorized video lottery games at each racetrack to two thousand01/09/03
HB 2085Providing for the seizure of a motor vehicle and license plate for failure to maintain proper security on a motor vehicle01/09/03
HB 2088Prohibiting the manufacture, distribution or possession of certain controlled or counterfeit substances near a park or housing project01/09/03
HB 2089Prohibiting certain gasoline price discounting practices01/10/03
HB 2093Relating to awards in medical professional liability actions01/10/03
HB 2097Clarifying that a "victim" includes that person damaged by acts of juveniles and increasing liability of parents for criminal acts of their children01/10/03
HB 2103Relating to the monitoring of nursing home residents through the use of electronic monitoring devices01/10/03
HB 2104Increasing the distance that a beer licensee must be located from a school or church01/10/03
HB 2105Requiring a public hearing and county commission approval prior to the issuance of an initial or transfer license for a private club01/10/03
HB 2107Imposing misdemeanor penalties for obstructing or giving false statements to a law-enforcement officer01/10/03
HB 2112Allowing a parent who has been court-ordered to provide medical insurance coverage to his or her children to do so if the insurance is available at a reasonable cost01/10/03
HB 2113Providing for the registration and reserving of names of resident individuals, sole proprietorships and general partnerships through the Secretary of State01/10/03
HB 2123Reducing the allowable blood alcohol content for DUI from ten hundredths to eight hundredths of one percent of body weight01/10/03
HB 2124Relating to medical professional liability to maintain and stabilize the health care delivery system in this state01/13/03
HB 2125Increasing lottery profits on video lottery terminals01/13/03
HB 2127Allowing a person to draw unemployment compensation when they are forced to miss work due to domestic violence01/13/03
HB 2130Regulating the operation of all-terrain vehicles01/13/03
HB 2135Relating to the criminal offense of breaking and entering01/13/03
HB 2141Providing that members and staff of the Legislature shall automatically receive one-fourth of the required continuing legal education for each regular session worked or served01/13/03
HB 2148Making armed assault or conspiracy to commit armed assault upon school property, personnel or students who are on school property a felony offense01/13/03
HB 2156Allowing the mental hygiene commissioners to carry concealed weapons01/13/03
HB 2157Amending provisions of the Self-Service Storage Lien Act01/13/03
HB 2159Equalizing the number and alternating the selection of juror strikes in a felony trial01/13/03
HB 2160Requiring assessors to notify new owners of real property of the property tax liability01/13/03
HB 2162Allowing candidates for countywide office the option of filing with the county clerk or the secretary of state01/13/03
HB 2163Authorizing municipal law-enforcement officers to transport and present mentally incompetent persons to mental health care facilities01/13/03
HB 2164Requiring that a criminal defendant's right to a jury trial in misdemeanor cases is forever waived unless requested within twenty days of initial appearance01/13/03
HB 2165Excluding mandatory union dues and pension withholding from the definition of gross income for child support purposes01/13/03
HB 2166Relating to the penalty for abuse of an incapacitated adult01/13/03
HB 2167Creating a separate crime for the death of a viable fetus caused by the criminal slaying of the mother01/13/03
HB 2168Discovery in a case of child neglect or abuse, sexual abuse, exploitation or murder01/13/03
HB 2169Providing for the felony offense of destruction of property when the cost of property damage exceeds one thousand dollars01/13/03
HB 2170Allowing county commissions to restrict increases on taxation of real property01/13/03
HB 2171Requiring the court to allocate the full tax benefit for the payment of child support to one party parent when an allocation would be of no benefit to the other01/13/03
HB 2174Limiting state court venue for certain nonresident plaintiffs01/13/03
HB 2177Increasing the penalty for intimidation of public officers and employees, jurors and witnesses from a misdemeanor to a felony01/14/03
HB 2178Providing that certain marriages are void without the necessity of a judicial determination01/14/03
HB 2188Removing the five thousand dollar per acre bonding limit relating to applications for mining permits01/14/03
HB 2193Relating to weight limits on coal conveyance vehicles01/14/03
HB 2195Raising the percentage of the amount of racetrack video lottery net terminal income to be placed into the pension plan for racing association employees01/14/03
HB 2200Creating the felony offense of destruction of property01/14/03
HB 2201Including property damage up to a value of five thousand dollars in the compensation awards to victims of crimes01/14/03
HB 2206Penalty for failing to make a reasonable, good-faith attempt to return a minor child in a timely manner at the expiration of lawful custody or visitation01/14/03
HB 2208Permitting licensees to advertise the existence of beer and beer prices outside the licensee's premises01/14/03
HB 2212Increasing the criminal offense of battery to certain persons from a misdemeanor to a felony01/14/03
HB 2216Requiring advised consent for induced abortions01/14/03
HB 2218Limiting the number of video lottery terminals01/14/03
HB 2219Increasing the penalty for driving under the influence causing death to life in prison01/14/03
HB 2221Repealing sections of the code relating to dueling01/14/03
HB 2222Preventing the taking of checks or similar instruments to guarantee loans or cash advances01/14/03
HB 2226Including sexual orientation and disability as a bias-based crime civil rights violation for purposes of criminal responsibility01/15/03
HB 2228Requiring the state election commission and the secretary of state to study a method of conducting elections by means of computer internet systems01/15/03
HB 2229Increasing the penalties for attempted crimes01/15/03
HB 2232Providing the homestead property tax exemption for all homeowners01/15/03
HB 2234Providing the offense of intimidating a judge or magistrate is also applicable to times when the judge or magistrate is off duty01/15/03
HB 2236Amending the waste tire remediation environmental clean-up rules01/15/03
HB 2238Requiring a certified railroad locomotive engineer to be in direct control of a train or locomotive movement01/23/03
HB 2248Requiring the spaying or neutering of certain dogs and cats01/15/03
HB 2251Changing the amount a person can earn while receiving unemployment benefits01/15/03
HB 2255Providing that certain correctional officers be placed in the civil service system01/15/03
HB 2259Allowing the civil service commission to increase the maximum age of applicants01/23/03
HB 2262Requiring the alcohol beverage control commissioner to propose legislative rules relating to food establishments where alcohol is served and prohibiting persons under age of twenty-one from entering certain establishments01/15/03
HB 2264Consolidating all gaming-related functions under the cabinet secretary of the department of tax and revenue into a single gaming commission01/15/03
HB 2277Restricting increased assessments on real property to no more than five percent in any one year01/15/03
HB 2279Conferring on magistrates the authority to perform marriages01/15/03
HB 2283Authorizing lateral transfers for deputy sheriffs02/06/03
HB 2284Providing a special method of appraising charitable property01/15/03
HB 2288Relating to county commission approval for certain municipal annexation01/23/03
HB 2291Reimbursement for costs of first five days of incarceration01/15/03
HB 2294Relating to the misrepresentation of age and use of false identification to purchase alcoholic liquor, beer or tobacco products01/15/03
HB 2296Repealing the section of the code making it a crime to lock the doors of a taxi cab while it is in motion01/15/03
HB 2297Repealing the criminal offense of profane swearing and drunkenness in public01/15/03
HB 2298Repeal of the article authorizing limited gaming facilities01/15/03
HB 2302Providing that a governing body may not go into executive session to discuss the filling of a vacancy01/16/03
HB 2304Limiting the purchase of handguns to one gun per month01/16/03
HB 2306Uniform Premarital Agreement Act01/16/03
HB 2308Authorizing the assessor to grant or continue the homestead exemption under certain circumstances01/16/03
HB 2310Establishing the duty of support of a child born out of wedlock by the natural father who is a teenager under the age of eighteen years01/16/03
HB 2312Amending PSC rules, accelerated rate procedures for gas, water and electric utilities01/16/03
HB 2314Providing that certain discriminatory pricing practices prohibited under the federal Robinson-Patman Act are also unlawful under West Virginia law01/16/03
HB 2315Relating to the sales price of gasoline and prohibiting wholesalers of cigarettes from offering discounts to retailers or consumers01/16/03
HB 2317Providing that the public service commission members are elected by statewide election01/16/03
HB 2318Providing jury trials in certain administrative proceedings involving contested cases01/16/03
HB 2320Permitting the use of cash or a certificate of deposit in lieu of the posting of any bond requirement under state law01/16/03
HB 2321Providing for the election of public service commissioners01/16/03
HB 2329Requiring county commission of the county in which an indigent individual resides to pay the expenses of a commitment hearing01/16/03
HB 2330Relating to deferral of court costs and fees when collecting delinquent emergency ambulance bills01/16/03
HB 2331Creating a misdemeanor offense for the removal of vegetation, stone or sand from the lands of another01/16/03
HB 2338Providing for a felony offense under the shoplifting statute01/16/03
HB 2344Providing that honorably retire federal law-enforcement officers are exempt from payment of fees and costs required otherwise in order to carry concealed deadly weapons01/16/03
HB 2349Imposing a tax on commercial operation conducted on navigable waterways by nonresident operators01/16/03
HB 2350Allowing certain children to seek unpaid accrued child support01/16/03
HB 2356Making reports and notices to the Legislature concerning lawsuits against government agencies exempt from civil discovery and from the freedom of information act01/16/03
HB 2362Requiring a physician to obtain the informed consent of his or her patient before ending the patient's pregnancy by inducing an abortion01/16/03
HB 2367Establishing the "Amusement Rider Safety Act"01/17/03
HB 2370Authorizing an action for the late return of a rented video return01/17/03
HB 2371Providing for appellate relief for the state in criminal proceedings01/17/03
HB 2373Reducing the time for consumption of alcoholic beverages in bars01/17/03
HB 2374Relating to the carrying of a concealed deadly weapon while hunting, fishing, hiking or engaging in field or stream activities01/17/03
HB 2377Increasing the penalties for issuing worthless checks01/17/03
HB 2379Making the penalty for the murder of a law-enforcement officer while the officer is on active duty punishable by death01/17/03
HB 2380Prohibiting professional solicitors for charities from receiving more than thirty-five percent of contributions collected01/17/03
HB 2381Providing criminal and other penalties for false bomb threats by minors and to provide liability for parents of minors01/17/03
HB 2384Providing criminal penalties for negligently or carelessly shooting and wounding or killing a human being while hunting under the influence of alcohol or drugs02/20/03
HB 2389Providing an additional exemption to the definition of collection agency01/17/03
HB 2392Implementing recommendations of the national gambling study commission01/17/03
HB 2395Requiring persons who have judgments against them and their wages to notify the court of any change of job status or employer01/17/03
HB 2397Eliminating the acquisition of property rights in real estate by adverse possession01/17/03
HB 2398Notifying persons from out of state who issue worthless checks that a notice of their failure to pay the fine will be sent to the division of motor vehicles01/17/03
HB 2399Empowering conservation officers to conduct safety checks on boats02/20/03
HB 2401Allowing members of the deputy sheriff's reserve to transport juveniles and persons involuntarily committed to a mental health facility01/17/03
HB 2407Requiring businesses which use scanners at teh checkout counter to post prices on the shelf01/20/03
HB 2410Clarifying the term "resident owner of accredited West Virginia whelped greyhounds" and clarifying the disposition of unredeemed pari-mutuel tickets from horse and dog racetracks01/20/03
HB 2411Allowing persons to defend their property with deadly force without being exposed to liability01/20/03
HB 2419Repealing the section involving the vesting of title to vocational education property in the state department of education01/20/03
HB 2420Creating a presumption of compensability for cardiovascular injury or disease of firefighters01/20/03
HB 2421Providing that applications for farm use valuation must be filed with the county assessor between dates specified01/20/03
HB 2422Providing for jury trials in certain administrative proceedings involving contested cases01/20/03
HB 2425Protecting the confidentiality of social security numbers and other similar information01/20/03
HB 2427Establishing tobacco retailers' licensing requirements01/20/03
HB 2429Increasing the number of allowable magistrate court deputy clerks01/20/03
HB 2430Creating a review board to hear complaints against state police personnel01/20/03
HB 2431Regulation and safety requirements of all-terrain vehicles01/20/03
HB 2432Providing for a state do-not-telephone-solicit directory01/20/03
HB 2451Revocation of driving privileges of nonresidents who issue a worthless check in this state and fail to appear to a summons for the same01/20/03
HB 2453Permitting the sale of timber severed in a state park incidental to approved construction activities01/20/03
HB 2454Shortening the hours for residence phone calls by telemarketers01/20/03
HB 2455Requiring the use of unused genuine crash parts for the repair of motor vehicles01/20/03
HB 2457Classification of Class II property for levy purposes01/20/03
HB 2459Adding a county fire chief's designee to those eligible to serve on the enforcement created by the county commission01/30/03
HB 2460Titling and registration of all-terrain vehicles01/20/03
HB 2464Establishing a boot camp program for juvenile offenders under the division of corrections and designating age requirements01/20/03
HB 2466Enhancing penalties for indecent exposure01/21/03
HB 2470Removing the requirement that venue property liens in Kanawha County in relation to certain controversies involving the state01/21/03
HB 2471Prohibiting sale at full retail price of any damaged container or canned goods01/21/03
HB 2474Adding "sexual orientation" to the categories covered by the Humans Right Act and the Fair Housing Act01/21/03
HB 2475Prohibiting the reclassification of Class II real property for a period of two years if the estate has not been settled01/21/03
HB 2476Altering the apportionment of the membership of the House of Delegates by dividing the 14th district into two single members districts01/21/03
HB 2481Nonpartisan election of justices of the supreme court of appeals01/21/03
HB 2488Increasing the fines for trespass to structures, conveyances and all other tangible properties01/22/03
HB 2489Prohibiting state purchases of information technology equipment constructed of flammable materials01/22/03
HB 2491Limiting the number of cases that juvenile probation officers are required to handle01/22/03
HB 2496Allocating a percentage of racetrack video lottery funds for use by county boards of education01/22/03
HB 2499Requiring persons convicted of first offense DUI to pay the costs of their incarceration01/22/03
HB 2501Allowing spouses of newly elected county commissioners with tenure with a county agency to retain their job01/30/03
HB 2502Adding a fifty-ninth delegate district consisting of portions of Mason and Putnam counties01/22/03
HB 2509Requiring that parents whose parental rights are terminated continue to be responsible for support of the child until the child is adopted, reaches age of majority or is otherwise emancipated01/22/03
HB 2519Requiring reporting by the PSC of safety violations by railroads01/22/03
HB 2524Modifying the criminal intent requirement for animal cruelty crimes and to increase the fine applicable to convicted persons01/23/03
HB 2525Relating to venue and state courts01/23/03
HB 2526Increasing the compensation of family court judges01/23/03
HB 2527Establishing the "Clean Elections Act"01/23/03
HB 2536Requiring the use of helmets by skateboarders01/23/03
HB 2537Providing a criminal penalty for transmitting bulk electronic mail messages which are unsolicited01/23/03
HB 2542Relating to the compensation paid to temporary senior magistrates01/23/03
HB 2546Modifying the criminal intent requirement for animal cruelty crimes and to increase the fine applicable to convicted persons01/23/03
HB 2553Establishing a procedure to resolve disputes over construction defects prior to commencing litigation01/23/03
HB 2558Requiring public utilities to have a payment agent in each county01/24/03
HB 2559Requiring businesses to pay personal property taxes in order to maintain a valid business registration certificate01/24/03
HB 2560Department of Agriculture, inspection of meat and poultry02/12/03
HB 2561Consolidated public retirement board, public employees retirement system02/24/03
HB 2562DEP, air quality, Nox Budget Trading Program02/18/03
HB 2563DEP, air quality, general permits and procedures for evaluation02/18/03
HB 2564DEP, air quality, standards of performance for new stationary sources02/18/03
HB 2565DEP, air quality, storage or disposal facilities02/18/03
HB 2566DEP, air quality, control and reduction of nitrogen oxides from electric generating units02/18/03
HB 2567DEP, air quality, requirements for operating permits02/18/03
HB 2568DEP, air quality, emission standards for hazardous air pollutants02/18/03
HB 2569Environmental quality board, requirements governing water quality standards02/18/03
HB 2570Ethics commission, lobbying02/24/03
HB 2571Governor's committee on crime, community correction standards01/24/03
HB 2573Highways, transportation of hazardous wastes02/24/03
HB 2574Insurance commissioner, covering certain medical and allied health care providers02/12/03
HB 2575Insurance commissioner, quality assurance02/12/03
HB 2576Insurance commissioner, medical malpractice insurance consent 02/12/03
HB 2577Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Board02/12/03
HB 2578Motor vehicles, examination and issuance of driver's licenses02/24/03
HB 2579Motor vehicles, test and lock program02/24/03
HB 2580Motor vehicles, motor vehicle inspection manual02/24/03
HB 2581Natural resources, special boating rule02/06/03
HB 2582Real estate appraiser licensing and certification board, renewal of licensure or certification02/05/03
HB 2583Real estate commission, requirements and conduct of brokerage business 02/11/03
HB 2584Real estate commission, schedule of fees02/11/03
HB 2585Veterinary medicine, schedule of fees02/14/03
HB 2586Administration, parking02/24/03
HB 2587Administration, records management and preservation02/24/03
HB 2588Administration, records retention and disposal scheduling02/24/03
HB 2589Administration, management of records maintained by records center02/24/03
HB 2590Administration, rule for technology access for visually impaired02/24/03
HB 2591Administration, rules and regulations for qualifications for participation02/24/03
HB 2593Auditor, transaction fee and rate structure02/24/03
HB 2594Consolidated public retirement board, benefit determination and appeal02/24/03
HB 2595Consolidated public retirement board, teachers defined benefit plan02/24/03
HB 2596Consolidated public retirement board, state police disability determination and appeal process 02/24/03
HB 2597Contractor licensing board, West Virginia Contractor Licensing Act02/05/03
HB 2598Courthouse Facilities Improvement Authority01/24/03
HB 2600DEP-air quality, acid rain provisions and permits02/18/03
HB 2601DEP, surface mining reclamation rule02/18/03
HB 2602DEP, coal related dam safety rule02/18/03
HB 2604DEP, hazardous waste management02/18/03
HB 2605DEP, waste management, rule concerning fee assessment02/18/03
HB 2606DEP, water pollution control permit fee schedules02/18/03
HB 2607Board of dental examiners, rule of the board02/19/03
HB 2608Board of dental examiners, formation and approval of dental corporations02/19/03
HB 2609Development office, assessment and real property valuation procedures01/24/03
HB 2610Authorizing the Family Protection Services Board to promulgate legislative rule relating to the operation of the board02/12/03
HB 2611Family protection services board, licensure of domestic violence and perpetrator intervention programs02/12/03
HB 2612Family protection services board, perpetrator intervention program licensure02/12/03
HB 2613Family protection services board, monitored visitation and exchange program certification02/12/03
HB 2614Fire commission, state building code02/24/03
HB 2616Forestry, sediment control during commercial timber-harvesting operations, licensing01/24/03
HB 2617Forestry, sediment control during commercial timber-harvesting operations, logger certification01/24/03
HB 2618Board of funeral service examiners, general provisions02/14/03
HB 2619Board of funeral services examiners, crematory requirements02/14/03
HB 2620Governor's committee on crime, delinquency and correction, law enforcement training standards01/24/03
HB 2621Health care authority, benchmarking and discount contract rule02/25/03
HB 2622Health and human resources, nurse aid abuse registry02/25/03
HB 2623Health, sewage treatment and collection system design standards02/25/03
HB 2624Health, medical examiner rule for postmortem inquiries02/25/03
HB 2626Health, uniform credentialing of health care practitioners02/25/03
HB 2627Human services, day care centers licensing02/25/03
HB 2628Human services, tel-assistance program02/25/03
HB 2629Human services, family day care home registration requirements02/25/03
HB 2630Insurance commissioner, licensing and conduct of agents, agencies and solicitors01/30/03
HB 2631Insurance commissioner, unfair trade practices01/30/03
HB 2632Insurance commissioner, examiners' compensation, qualifications and classifications01/30/03
HB 2633Insurance commissioner, excess line brokers01/30/03
HB 2634Insurance commissioner, aids regulations01/30/03
HB 2635Insurance commissioner, group accident and sickness insurance minimum policy coverage standards01/30/03
HB 2636Insurance commissioner, continuing education for individual insurance producers01/30/03
HB 2637Insurance commissioner, credit personal property insurance01/30/03
HB 2638Insurance commissioner, standards for safeguarding consumer information01/30/03
HB 2639Insurance commissioner, standard motor vehicle policy provisions01/30/03
HB 2640Insurance commissioner, mental health parity02/12/03
HB 2641Juvenile services, standards for structure, operation and maintenance of detention and correctional facilities02/24/03
HB 2642Labor, Elevator Safety Act01/30/03
HB 2643Labor, regulation of trade weights and measures01/30/03
HB 2644Massage therapy licensure board, general provisions02/07/03
HB 2645Medicine, licensure, disciplinary and complaint procedures, continuing education, physician assistants 02/07/03
HB 2646Board of miner training, education and certification, rules and regulations for certification of coal mine electricians01/24/03
HB 2647Motor vehicles, denial, suspension, revocation or non-renewal of driving privileges02/24/03
HB 2649DNR, revocation of hunting and fishing licenses02/06/03
HB 2650DNR, prohibitions when hunting and trapping02/13/03
HB 2651DNR, deer hunting regulations02/06/03
HB 2652Nursing home administrators licensing board, nursing home administrators02/12/03
HB 2653Oil and gas conservation commission, rules of the commission02/18/03
HB 2654Board of optometry, licensure by endorsement02/07/03
HB 2655Personnel, administrative rule 02/24/03
HB 2656Board of pharmacy, controlled substance monitoring02/12/03
HB 2657Board of pharmacy, rule for pharmacy recovery networks02/12/03
HB 2658Radiologic technology board of examiners, rule of the board02/07/03
HB 2659Real estate licensing and certification board, requirements for licensure and certification02/05/03
HB 2660Real estate commission, requirements in approval and registration of real estate courses, providers and instructors02/11/03
HB 2661Secretary of state, registry for notification of a state emergency01/24/03
HB 2662State police, career progression system02/24/03
HB 2663Tax commissioner, payment of taxes by electronic funds transfer02/12/03
HB 2664Tax commissioner, tax credit for medical malpractice insurance premiums02/12/03
HB 2665Board of veterinary medicine, standards of practice02/14/03
HB 2666DNR, commercial sale of wildlife02/20/03
HB 2667Board of pharmacy, fees for pharmacist recovery networks02/12/03
HB 2671Simplifying the process for the adoption of children from foreign countries01/27/03
HB 2673Authorizing the tax commissioner to suspend a business registration certificate if any business neglects to pay real property taxes01/27/03
HB 2677Requiring the PSC to regulate transactions between cemeteries and veterans of their survivors01/30/03
HB 2680Altering absentee ballot signature requirements01/27/03
HB 2681Relating generally to absentee voting01/27/03
HB 2682Relating to processing certain absentee ballots prior to closure of the polls01/27/03
HB 2683Relating to early in person voting of absentee ballots01/27/03
HB 2690Creating the misdemeanor crime of stalking correctional officers by former inmates01/27/03
HB 2710Providing for a death penalty and procedures and standards applicable thereto01/28/03
HB 2716Restricting sewage sludge from being disposed of within 1000 feet of an occupied dwelling01/28/03
HB 2717Transferring the rule-making authority from the environmental quality board to the water quality board02/25/03
HB 2719Providing for the use of convict labor to maintain private and not-for-profit cemeteries01/28/03
HB 2721Providing an alternative sentence for persons convicted of DUI01/28/03
HB 2722Easements created for ingress and egress that are not described by metes and bounds shall be sufficient for the passage of emergency vehicles01/28/03
HB 2739Subjecting persons who drive a motor vehicle while their licenses are suspended or revoked to a penalty for their misconduct01/28/03
HB 2742Strengthening enforcement in the private investigating and security guard field01/28/03
HB 2745Clarifying ballot instructions for the election of nonpartisan county school board members01/28/03
HB 2755Creating a criminal penalty for persons receiving stolen property that was obtained by means other than through the commission of a theft01/29/03
HB 2761Providing for the use of certain returnable drink containers01/29/03
HB 2775Providing for the felony offense of possessing chemicals with the intent of producing methamphetamine or allowing a meth laboratory on one's premises01/29/03
HB 2780Requiring the polygraph examinations of sex offender probationers and parolees01/30/03
HB 2784Simplifying interstate enforcement of domestic violence protection orders01/30/03
HB 2787Restricting the official designated to supervise absentee voting to conduct absentee voting one day per location01/30/03
HB 2789Strengthening the multidisciplinary treatment process used for children involved in the court system01/30/03
HB 2790Providing that certain juveniles not be returned to the custody of the division of juvenile services01/30/03
HB 2795Authorizing process servers under the authority of a county sheriff to carry a firearm provided they have firearm training approved by the sheriff02/26/03
HB 2796Creating the crime of possession of burglarious tools01/30/03
HB 2798Requiring disclosure of modifications of motor vehicles not manufactured according to federal safety and emission standards01/30/03
HB 2801Requiring the ethics commission to furnish copies of all advisory opinions issued by the commission to the West Virginia Legislature and the supreme court law library01/30/03
HB 2809Barring third-party claims against insurers for violation of the Unfair Trade Practices Act01/31/03
HB 2810Establishing a statute of repose for product liability actions for products and durable goods01/31/03
HB 2811Requiring that certain collateral source payments received by plaintiff be deducted from any compensatory damages received01/31/03
HB 2812Changing the interest rate paid on compensation for eminent domain proceedings01/31/03
HB 2816Amending the definition of "used and occupied exclusively for residential purposes" for clarification under the homestead property tax exemption01/31/03
HB 2821Allowing most employees involved in direct patient care activities or clinical services to refuse to work overtime, except in limited emergent situations02/13/03
HB 2824Providing for the continuation of misdemeanor prosecutions in cases where a defendant is charged by complaint with felonies and misdemeanors01/31/03
HB 2826Reducing the allowable blood alcohol content for DUI01/31/03
HB 2832Prohibiting cloning of human beings and embryos and prescribing a criminal penalty for a violation02/03/03
HB 2834Disallowing the granting of probation to persons convicted of distributing controlled substances02/03/03
HB 2836Requiring all-terrain vehicles used off of private property to be registered with the DMV02/03/03
HB 2842Providing a process for public funding of elections for the governor, attorney general, auditor, commissioner of agriculture, secretary of state, treasurer and members of the Legislature02/03/03
HB 2851Providing for the confidentiality of genetic test results and to limit the use of genetic information by health insurers02/13/03
HB 2853Relating to the taxation of horse and dog racing generally02/04/03
HB 2858Securing the right of blind and visually impaired people to vote under the same conditions of privacy and independence as sighted people02/04/03
HB 2861Authorizing local housing authorities to authorize low-income housing residents to purchase dwelling units within the housing project02/25/03
HB 2862Providing certain restrictions on outdoor advertising in addition to existing restrictions02/04/03
HB 2871Clarifying the members of the state emergency response commission and the local emergency planning committees and increasing the cap on the inventory form fee02/05/03
HB 2872Abolishing joint liability and establishing principle of comparative fault02/05/03
HB 2876Providing that all persons have the right to be free from violence without regard to the motivation behind the violence02/05/03
HB 2877Prohibiting termination or refusal of reinstatement of electric or gas service during certain months02/05/03
HB 2883Allowing a retail markup on the sale of beer, wine and intoxicating liquors02/06/03
HB 2884Empowering family members and residents in nursing homes by requiring a nursing home to publicly post staffing information and granting rights to family councils02/27/03
HB 2893Clarifying that magistrates shall accept payment of fines and costs from a person on a payment plan02/07/03
HB 2896Establishing the contractors notice and opportunity to cure act02/07/03
HB 2925Relating to unemployment compensation generally02/10/03
HB 2926Establishing the "Container Recycling and Litter Control Act"02/10/03
HB 2938Limiting liability for noneconomic loss to taxi service providers operating as common carriers under authority of the PSC02/10/03
HB 2939Limiting noneconomic damages recoverable in an action brought by an uninsured motorist against a public transportation provider02/10/03
HB 2943Providing a separate offense when a person causes death or serious bodily injury to an unborn child while attempting to cause death or serious bodily injury to the mother02/10/03
HB 2944Providing telephone subscribers with a highly effective means of preventing the receipt of telemarketing phone solicitations02/10/03
HB 2956Requiring the secretary of the department of environmental protection to adopt the federal regulations governing surface coal mining activities02/11/03
HB 2957Prohibiting businesses from selling the names and addresses of their consumers02/11/03
HB 2958Requiring credit card issuers to provide adequate disclosure to consumers when soliciting credit card applications02/11/03
HB 2963Adding a magistrate to those serving Putnam County02/11/03
HB 2964Allowing family court judges to carry concealed deadly weapons without obtaining a license02/11/03
HB 2969Relating to the standard nonforfeiture law for individual deferred annuities02/20/03
HB 2973Requiring grab bars to be installed in all hotel and motel tubs and showers02/12/03
HB 2976Authorizing voter verification persons to be appointed by the recognized political parties to verify voters' identities and party affiliations during general elections02/12/03
HB 2977Compelling the investment of excess child support for the benefit of the child02/12/03
HB 2979Allowing farm use or managed timber valuations to be reviewed by the county commission when the subject property has had its classification changed02/12/03
HB 2986Requiring that persons who operate or maintain steam boilers and equipment be tested and licensed by the commissioner of labor02/13/03
HB 2992Applying funding generated from user fees charged by the criminal identification bureau to the operation of the criminal records section02/13/03
HB 2993Providing for the Public Employment Relations Act02/13/03
HB 2997Expanding the possible venues where a child neglect or abuse petition can be filed02/13/03
HB 3004Prohibiting a person not the owner of a dog from removing tags, collars or apparel from a dog when a dog is found on another person's property02/13/03
HB 3005Increasing the state's share of gross profits from video lottery terminals02/13/03
HB 3007Limiting the jurisdiction of the public service commission over public service districts with regard to rates and charges02/13/03
HB 3025Providing that candidates for statewide political office belonging to the party with the most registered voters in the state be placed in a preeminent position on the election ballot02/14/03
HB 3029Creating the West Virginia "Do Not Call" register to protect consumers from unwanted telephone solicitations02/14/03
HB 3030Reducing the burdens of jury service and increasing participation in the jury system02/14/03
HB 3033Requiring that damages for costs of future medical treatment and testing be directly related to a current manifest physical injury or disease02/17/03
HB 3036Changing the time for periodic valuations and assessments of real and personal property02/17/03
HB 3049Waiving the requirement that a training course in handling and firing handguns must be completed prior to the issuance of a concealed weapons permit for veterans who served during a period of armed conflict02/26/03
HB 3063Exempting construction performed on behalf of educational authorities from prevailing wage requirements02/19/03
HB 3071Protecting consumers from inferior crash parts used in the repair of their damaged motor vehicles02/19/03
HB 3078Prohibiting nude dancing in private clubs licensed by the alcohol beverage control commission02/20/03
HB 3080Creating the criminal offense of video voyeurism02/20/03
HB 3085Easing constraints on charitable bingo and raffles by allowing across-state-line members of the licensed operations to assist in the conduct of the games02/20/03
HB 3087Prohibiting law-enforcement agencies and officers from the use of surveillance tactics that violate an individuals constitutional rights02/20/03
HB 3094Enhancing criminal penalties for obtaining money, property and services by false pretenses from persons sixty-five years of age and older02/21/03
HB 3096Authorizing cooperation of campus police with other law-enforcement agencies02/21/03
HB 3097Prescribing proper venue in civil actions involving West Virginia university and Marshall university02/21/03
HB 3099Relating to the compensation of sheriffs, county clerks and circuit clerks02/26/03
HB 3107Clarifying that a person providing medical records are not required to demonstrate actual expenses incurred in order to receive full reimbursement of the copying and search fees established by law02/21/03
HB 3111Excluding the Monday or the day before election day for regular absentee voting02/21/03
HB 3113Providing a procedure to permit owners of mobile homes to obtain cancellation of certificates of title when the mobile home is permanently attached to the owner's real estate02/21/03
HB 3114Directing the public service commission to implement the West Virginia 211 information and referral system02/21/03
HB 3116Relating to wage payment and collection generally02/21/03
HB 3120Excluding mortgage brokers from the credit services organization act and establishing additional consumer protections in the mortgage brokers licensing act02/26/03
HB 3121Authorizing home incarceration supervisors to arrest persons who obstruct them in the performance of their duties02/21/03
HB 3122Providing for the interception of lottery winnings when the winner is a debtor of a state agency or court or is in arrears in the payment of court ordered restitution to a victim of a crime02/21/03
HB 3126Establishing a pilot project designed to improve the voluntary commitment process02/21/03
HB 3127Providing that the arresting agency pays the cost incurred for the initial twenty-four hours of incarceration for each inmate they arrest and incarcerate02/21/03
HB 3129Requiring racial profiling data collection by law-enforcement officers and agencies each time a motorist is stopped for an alleged violation of the law02/21/03
HB 3130Providing an additional requirement that an adoptive placement with grandparents be determined to be in the best interest of the child02/21/03
HB 3131Allowing bail bondsmen to deliver offenders to county and regional jails without bailpiece, setting requirements and penalties02/21/03
HB 3132Requiring that all retail fuel dispensers be equipped with a working filter system and reducing the amount of allowable water in retail fuel storage tanks02/21/03
HB 3134Providing for the redistricting office of the joint committee on government and finance to propose redistricting plans during census years02/21/03
HB 3139Updating the West Virginia Works Act02/21/03
HB 3142Making it unlawful to offer for sale or sell products created wholly or in part by county or regional jail inmates02/21/03
HB 3147Including sexual orientation and disability as bias-based civil rights violation for purposes of criminal responsibility02/21/03
HB 3148Adding "sexual orientation" to the categories covered by the human rights act02/21/03
HB 3149Relating to county school boards generally02/21/03
HB 3153Relating to medical professional liability actions, suits and arbitration02/21/03
HB 3154Making it a criminal offense to intentionally throw objects from a motor vehicle at another motor vehicle or pedestrian02/21/03
HB 3156Requiring establishments serving prepared food to the public for consumption to allow people with special dietary restrictions to bring certain foods with them02/21/03
HB 3160Prohibiting the use of state funds to promote or advertise legal gaming02/21/03
HB 3161Requiring certain basic cable service be provided by cable television systems and penalties for failure to provide that service02/21/03
HB 3168Defining "felony offense" to include a plea of guilty to a misdemeanor as the result of bargaining down from a felony charge02/21/03
HB 3169Requiring the ethics commission to publish ethics and open governmental proceedings advisory opinions on the internet02/21/03
HB 3170Providing an adjustable interest rate for prejudgment and post-judgment awards02/21/03
HB 3172Establishing the child internet protection act02/21/03
HB 3173Changing the deposit requirement for new applicants of water, sewer, stormwater or gas to be paid to the public service districts02/21/03
HB 3174Creating the "West Virginia Joint Coal Owners Trust and Conservation Act"02/21/03
HB 3178Holding elected officials to the same ethical standards as private officials in preventing influence buying02/21/03
HB 3183Clarifying procedures in child neglect and abuse cases when a child is born to a parent whose rights were previously terminated02/21/03
HB 3184Making it a misdemeanor for a person to fail to appear for court02/21/03
HB 3185Making it a misdemeanor for a defendant to fail to appear for court02/21/03
This Web site is maintained by the West Virginia Legislature's Office of Reference & Information.  |  Terms of Use  |   Email WebmasterWebmaster   |   © 2024 West Virginia Legislature **