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SB 126Relating to educational benefits for children of certain deceased military04/06/05
SB 227Exempting one motor vehicle owned by resident on active duty from ad valorem taxes03/28/05
SB 280Relating to tolling state licensure or registration requirement for active military03/24/05
SB 471Exempting homeowners' associations from consumers sales and service tax on certain fees03/29/05
SB 526Allowing credit against taxpayer's tax liability for contributions to community foundations04/07/05
SB 628Establishing State Trails Coordinator and appointment of State Trails Advisory Committee04/07/05
SB 629Making technical change in computation of tax for nonresidents and part-year residents03/29/05
SB 641Correcting definitions applicable to assessment of real property and homestead property tax exemption04/04/05
SB 750Changing method for determining amount of funding for regional education service agencies04/06/05
HB 2003Reducing and restricting compensation expense claims for legislative members02/09/05
HB 2009Relating to a tax exemption on certain sales of clothing02/09/05
HB 2022Promoting contributions to the maintenance and improvement of state parks02/09/05
HB 2036Eliminating the food sales tax on food not consumed on the premises02/09/05
HB 2064Allowing municipal police and fire pension plans to use the actuarial examination by the State in lieu of obtaining its own actuary03/03/05
HB 2066Reducing the corporation net income tax02/09/05
HB 2086Gradually eliminating the sales tax on food and increasing the sales tax on other items to six and one-half percent02/09/05
HB 2099Providing a salary increase for civilian employees of the state police02/09/05
HB 2126Income tax deduction for gifts to West Virginia charities02/09/05
HB 2133Gradually eliminating the consumers sales tax on food for consumption off the premises where sold02/10/05
HB 2144Allowing an increase in the earned income exclusion for personal income tax purposes in the amount of poverty guidelines02/10/05
HB 2146Relating to payment to magistrates who serve temporarily outside their elected counties02/22/05
HB 2154Increasing the allocation of racetrack video lottery net terminal income to be used for payment into the pension plan for employees of the licensed racing association02/10/05
HB 2198Providing that the reduction in the tax rate provided in this section applies to mines operating before the effective date of the applicable provision02/11/05
HB 2202Personal income tax exemption for members of volunteer fire departments02/11/05
HB 2205Excluding federal interest income when applying the income exclusion available to those sixty-five years of age or older and to persons permanently and totally disabled02/11/05
HB 2208Making available to retired participants in PEIA the optional dental, vision, and audiology and hearing-aid services insurance plans that are available to current participants02/11/05
HB 2210Exempting sales of propane gas for any church, religious sect, society or denomination consumption from the imposition of the excise tax on gasoline or special fuel02/11/05
HB 2234Providing a five percent personal income tax reduction02/11/05
HB 2237Relating to personal income taxes and exemptions02/11/05
HB 2240Salary increase for sanitarian employees of the division of health02/11/05
HB 2248Salary increases for public employees based upon residential housing costs02/11/05
HB 2265Exempting funeral-related retail sales from the consumers sales tax02/11/05
HB 2275Relating to a state income tax exemption for certain first year businesses02/11/05
HB 2282Providing a state income tax exemption to retired federal employees02/11/05
HB 2311Exempting one motor vehicle owned by a resident of this state on active duty in the United States military from ad valorem taxes for any taxable year the person is in the military02/14/05
HB 2313Imposing an excise tax on the sale or rental of obscene materials02/14/05
HB 2322Creating an income tax deduction for taxpayers who volunteer two hundred or more hours to a charitable organization02/14/05
HB 2355Creating sales and use tax exemptions for purchases of design and engineering services and materials and equipment directly used in construction of new or replacement amusement rides02/15/05
HB 2358Phasing in a reduction of the corporate net income tax rate02/15/05
HB 2405State personal income tax exemption for certain members of volunteer fire departments02/16/05
HB 2406Limiting financial assistance from the housing development fund to nonresidential projects02/16/05
HB 2407Business and occupation tax credit to electric power generators for the use of West Virginia coal02/16/05
HB 2408Establishing in the state treasury a targeted minority economic development fund to address economic issues of minorities and minority communities02/16/05
HB 2409Providing tax relief for homeowners and renters under the age of sixty-five02/16/05
HB 2410Exempting certain start-up businesses from various state, county and municipal taxes02/16/05
HB 2411Increasing general revenues of the state by authorizing new fees and increasing existing fees to be charged by the state police03/28/05
HB 2412Exempting from personal property taxation, the equipment, inventory and raw materials of crafts people who have had their work evaluated and accepted or juried and accepted by the West Virginia arts and crafts guild02/16/05
HB 2413Administration of tax credits available under the West Virginia Capital Company Act02/16/05
HB 2414Requiring the department of health and human resources to review the pay equity adjustment it made in 199902/16/05
HB 2415Creating a voluntary checkoff on state income tax returns to donate refunds to family literacy program02/16/05
HB 2429Providing relief from property taxes for property damaged or destroyed in a disaster03/09/05
HB 2437Prohibiting the reclassification of Class II real property for a period of two years if the estate has not been settled03/28/05
HB 2460Exempting funeral services, supplies and equipment from the consumers sales tax02/17/05
HB 2465Providing salary supplements of $2500 and expense reimbursements to professional personnel who meet certain professional national certification standards03/25/05
HB 2487Relating to exempting one motor vehicle owned by a resident of this state on active duty in the United States Military from ad valorem taxes for any taxable year the person is in the military03/03/05
HB 2506Creating the West Virginia Military Family Relief Fund02/24/05
HB 2518Tax credit for employers who provide child day care services for their employees02/21/05
HB 2539Exempting all monetary benefits derived from military retirement from personal income tax obligations for persons who are sixty-two years of age or older02/21/05
HB 2540Providing a tax credit for new high technology products and manufacturing02/21/05
HB 2556Permitting the deduction of home mortgage interest paid for personal income tax02/21/05
HB 2562Subtracting social security benefits from federal adjusted gross income to determine West Virginia adjusted gross income for purposes of personal income tax02/21/05
HB 2580Phasing out the sales tax on food02/21/05
HB 2586Gradually eliminating the consumer sales tax on food02/21/05
HB 2608Relating to the vesting of retirement benefits for certain members of the Armed Forces03/24/05
HB 2610Increasing the low income exclusion for personal income tax02/23/05
HB 2611Giving certain volunteer emergency workers a personal income tax exemption02/23/05
HB 2617Relating to legislative appropriation of tobacco settlement funds and strategic contribution funds02/23/05
HB 2627Authorizing a health benefit plan to provide health insurance benefits to certain former employees of businesses in this State who have lost their jobs03/24/05
HB 2637Relating to amending the definitions of less than honorable service and retirement plan03/10/05
HB 2638Increasing the amount of allowable equity investments in municipal police and fire pension plans03/24/05
HB 2644Reducing the consumer sales tax on food02/24/05
HB 2645Reducing the West Virginia corporate net income tax from nine percent to six percent02/24/05
HB 2646Phasing out and abolishing the business franchise tax02/24/05
HB 2648Providing an exemption from estate taxes and the Consumers Sales and Service Tax for certain expenses of any infant who dies before reaching one year of age02/24/05
HB 2652Clarifying lump sum optional payment for unused leave 03/10/05
HB 2694Lottery Commission, State, State Lottery Rules02/28/05
HB 2728Health and Human Resources, Department of, Reportable Diseases, Events, and Conditions02/28/05
HB 2762Environmental Protection, Department of, Office of Water Resources, Water Pollution Control Permit Fee Schedules02/28/05
HB 2763Dental Examiners, Board of, Fees Established by the Board02/28/05
HB 2788Directing any unallocated funds from the sale of bonds equally between various funds developed for flood relief03/01/05
HB 2797Relating to salary increases for Division of Corrections and Division of Juvenile Services employees based on years of service03/01/05
HB 2831Deleting the provision that requires reduction of disability retirement income when a person attains the age of sixty-five03/24/05
HB 2838Relating to the rehabilitation environmental action plan03/29/05
HB 2839Creating a special revenue fund for the operation of the West Virginia Office of Tax Appeals03/02/05
HB 2849Relating to the financing of environmental control activities by certain qualified electric utilities through the issuance of environmental control bonds03/28/05
HB 2864Creating a new exemption for purchases of certain items by consumers during one weekend each quarter03/04/05
HB 2872Expanding coverage in the Children's Health Insurance Program up to three hundred percent of the federal poverty level03/10/05
HB 2873Relating to the economic opportunity tax credit03/28/05
HB 2879Authorizing the Director of the Division of Protective Services to assess, charge and collect fees from state spending units for services03/04/05
HB 2905Creating a voluntary tax check-off program to support James "Tiger" Morton Catastrophic Illness Fund03/07/05
HB 2917Phasing out and abolishing the business franchise tax by the thirtieth day of June, two thousand seven03/07/05
HB 2930Replacing the sales tax on food with a sales and service tax upon sales of wagers or plays by racetrack video lottery 03/07/05
HB 2954Establishing a State Trails Coordinator03/28/05
HB 2967Compensating state troopers for off-duty time when they are required to be on standby to be called back to work03/28/05
HB 3004Relating to an increase in the annual base salary of all sworn state police personnel by eighteen percent effective July 1, 200503/11/05
HB 3005Transferring the centralized accounting system from the Department of Administration to the Auditor's Office and to create a Financial Services Oversight Committee03/28/05
HB 3017Creating an exemption for purchases of back-to-school clothing and school supplies by consumers during a three-day period in August, two thousand five03/14/05
HB 3027Redefining "Registered Greyhound Owner" for purposes of dog racing03/28/05
HB 3039Providing a tax credit to medical providers in an amount equal to their investment in electronic medical record technology03/15/05
HB 3050Allowing counties with a population of 175,000 or more to charge a hotel user fee03/29/05
HB 3060Exempting the sale of prescription drugs in a physician's office or clinic from the six percent sales tax03/16/05
HB 3062Exempting the sale of fresh produce from the sales tax03/16/05
HB 3148Replacing the sales tax on food with a sales and service tax upon sales of wagers or plays by racetrack video lottery 03/22/05
HB 3157Directing the Consolidated Public Retirement Board to propose legislative rules and providing that forfeited amounts are to be paid directly to employer where a participating employer no longer contributes to the fund 03/28/05
HB 3168Providing a base starting pay and retention salary increases for Division of Protective Services law-enforcement officers, excluding the Director and Deputy Director03/23/05
HB 3183Relating to the disposition of funds from the West Virginia Racing Commission Special Account - Unredeemed Pari-Mutuel Tickets03/24/05
HB 3197Relating to providing for a leave donation program for the president of the West Virginia Troopers' Association03/24/05
HB 3206Providing a fifteen percent pay increase for employees of the Division of Child Protective Services03/24/05
HB 3226Providing a credit from the B & O Tax for power plants located in West Virginia that burn coal produced in West Virginia for the generation of electricity03/25/05
HB 3227Supplemental appropriation to the State Department of Education03/25/05
HB 3228Providing that in determining West Virginia taxable income of electing small business trusts, income attributable to S corporation stock held by the trust shall be included03/28/05
HB 3229Clarifying the definition of "tangible personal property" and the definitions of "transmission" and "transportation" with respect to the exemption for certain purchases by transmission or transportation businesses03/28/05
HB 3230Limiting the exemptions certain insurance companies have from Business Franchise Tax and Corporation Net Income Tax to the portion of the tax base which is based on income subject to a tax upon premiums03/28/05
HB 3231Creating a credit against the severance tax to encourage private companies to make infrastructure improvements to highways, roads and bridges in this state03/28/05
HB 3232Making a technical change in the computation of personal income tax on income of nonresidents and part-year residents 03/28/05
HB 3233Amending the definition of "capital" to include loans from stockholders03/28/05
HB 3234Increasing the amount of moneys placed in the General Purse Fund for restricted thoroughbred races 03/25/05
HB 3235Authorizing those who sell or deliver motor fuel to the federal government, or one of its agencies, and to whom the federal government refuses to pay the Motor Fuel Excise Tax to claim a refund of the tax03/28/05
HB 3237Providing that the exemption from consumers sales and service tax for drugs, durable medical goods, mobility enhancing devices, prosthetic devices and insulin does not apply to purchases by health care providers for use in providing professional services03/25/05
HB 3294Changing the documentation necessary to prove payment of personal property taxes prior to renewing a vehicle or motorboat registration03/25/05
HB 3301Providing for a two percent rebate to the taxpayer of the timber severance tax03/25/05
HB 3320Exempting motor vehicles in funeral processions from the requirement to pay tolls on parkway projects03/25/05
HB 3333Appropriating money from the State Lottery Fund to the Bureau of Senior Services to pay for delegates to the National Silver Haired Congress meetings03/25/05
HB 3335Providing for a tax credit for educational expenses incurred for school age children03/25/05
HB 3342Providing a one thousand dollar increase to all state employees who do not otherwise receive a salary increase during the two thousand five regular session of the Legislature03/25/05
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