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Bill Status - 2006 Regular Session

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There are 60 Bills pending in House Pensions and Retirement

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Date

HB 2006Increasing benefits of retired state personnel and retired teachers01/11/06
HB 2025Allowing members that participate in the teachers' defined contribution retirement system to borrow only against the total amount that the member has contributed01/11/06
HB 2051Increasing the multiplier for a retirement annuity in the public employees retirement system01/11/06
HB 2064Allowing municipal police and fire pension plans to use the actuarial examination by the State in lieu of obtaining its own actuary01/11/06
HB 2159Increasing the multiplier for a retirement annuity in the public employees retirement system01/11/06
HB 2166Authorizing lateral transfers for deputy sheriffs01/11/06
HB 2188Providing a cost-of-living increase for certain persons retired under the teacher retirement system01/11/06
HB 2232Authorizing service credit under public employees retirement for federal employment service01/11/06
HB 2255Crediting a deceased teacher's sick leave toward continued insurance coverage for a surviving spouse and other dependents01/11/06
HB 2259Providing a one-time supplement to certain public employee retirement system annuitants01/11/06
HB 2260Preventing a reduction in the annuity of a person who retires with disability retirement at age sixty-five01/11/06
HB 2288Including conservation officers in the deputy sheriff retirement system01/11/06
HB 2297Allowing a state employer or other public employer to contribute to deferred compensation plans to match employee contributions01/11/06
HB 2305Providing for the continuance of medical coverage for the spouse of a deceased retired public employee for any period previously purchased with accumulated leave01/11/06
HB 2319Providing the option for teachers who withdrew from the state teachers retirement system to return to the system01/11/06
HB 2321Providing a cost-of-living provision for certain persons retired under the teachers retirement system01/11/06
HB 2323Increasing retirement benefits of teachers and public employees01/11/06
HB 2348Allowing retiring state employees to use accrued annual and sick leave days to meet early retirement eligibility criteria01/11/06
HB 2373Increasing the multiplier for a retirement annuity in the public employees retirement system01/11/06
HB 2374Providing service credits for service in the West Virginia national guard and reserve for public employees retirement system and civil service examinations01/11/06
HB 2384Including education service personnel eligibility for the five hundred dollar early retirement notification bonus01/11/06
HB 2390Removing language which might reduce a public employee's disability benefits upon reaching age 6501/11/06
HB 2451Making additional funds available for the fire and police pension system and for volunteer and part volunteer fire departments by increasing premium tax on insurance01/11/06
HB 2499Relating to increasing supplemental benefits to certain teacher retirement annuitants01/11/06
HB 2505Enacting a retirement system for Emergency Medical Services Personnel01/11/06
HB 2564Enacting a retirement system for Emergency Services Personnel01/11/06
HB 2616Removing the time restriction under which persons retiring under the teachers defined benefit retirement system are allowed to become employed by an institution of higher education01/11/06
HB 2624Effecting technical corrections to the deputy sheriff retirement system01/11/06
HB 2625Changing how the accrued retirement benefit of a deputy sheriff retirement system member is calculated01/11/06
HB 2659Giving certain annuitants of the Public Employees Retirement System and the Teachers Retirement System who are over the age of 60 years a one-time supplement01/11/06
HB 3029Allowing citizens of West Virginia that work out of state for public employment to accrue credited service towards eligibility or vesting in the retirement system01/11/06
HB 3059Lowering the normal retirement age for State Police officers, specifying starting date of annuity, and eliminating any reduction in the benefit of a State Police officer who is disabled on the job01/11/06
HB 3085Providing the option for new public school employees to transfer deposits from the Defined Contribution Retirement System and opt into the State Teachers Retirement System01/11/06
HB 3127Providing teacher retirement eligibility, with full pension rights, when a member's age plus years of total service equals or exceeds eighty01/11/06
HB 3156Providing for the withdrawal of Jobs for West Virginia's Graduates from PERS 01/11/06
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 01/11/06
HB 3160Authorizing the Consolidated Public Retirement Board to charge delinquency fees approximating lost interest or earnings01/11/06
HB 3209Allowing those members of the Teachers Retirement System who have been called to active duty since September 11, 2001, to repurchase the time by making payments01/11/06
HB 4033Clarifying benefit termination for disability retirants terminated for economic causes and reapplication by disability retirants terminated for economic causes01/17/06
HB 4035Removing the ability of a member to choose a beneficiary who has an insurable interest, other than his or her spouse or disabled dependent child, to receive an annuity; and allowing a member or former member to choose to have the preretirement death benefit paid in a lump sum amount 01/17/06
HB 4086Providing that in determining annual compensation for purposes of calculating the retirement benefit for Deputy Sheriffs, that absences due to military service will not reduce the annual compensation that would otherwise have been received01/24/06
HB 4115Allowing additional service credits to retired teachers who were forced to resign, take a leave of absence or otherwise be absent from work due to a pregnancy01/26/06
HB 4325Increasing supplemental benefits to certain teacher retirement annuitants02/01/06
HB 4332Capping premium increases for Public Employees Insurance Agency retirees at five percent02/01/06
HB 4372Relating to the Public Employees Retirement System and the Teachers Retirement System; and providing a one-time supplement for annuitants and survivor beneficiaries after being retired five consecutive years02/02/06
HB 4378Allowing teachers who transfer out-of-state service credit to apply up to seven years towards eligibility for retirement02/03/06
HB 4506Reducing state income tax for state correctional officer retirees02/13/06
HB 4526Providing that a judge becoming eligible for retirement is not required to contribute to the retirement system02/13/06
HB 4545Redefining "final average salary" under the Deputy Sheriff Retirement System02/14/06
HB 4557Providing correctional officers may retire with full benefits after twenty years of actual and honorable service02/14/06
HB 4559Increasing the minimum annual disability benefits amount for a state police officer injured in performance of his or her duties02/14/06
HB 4574Increasing deputy sheriffs' pension benefit by one-half of one percent, while increasing the employer contribution by one percent02/15/06
HB 4592Providing that a State Policeman who retires on a disability pension for an injury incurred in the performance of duty will continue to receive a disability pension after age fifty-five02/16/06
HB 4597Relating to the calculation of legislative service for retirement benefits for members of the Legislature02/16/06
HB 4608Requiring the Tax Commissioner to disclose certain tax information to the Consolidated Public Retirement Board02/17/06
HB 4650Deleting the provision that requires reduction of disability retirement when a person attains the age of sixty-five02/20/06
HB 4674Relating generally to school service personnel02/21/06
HB 4706Exempting all monetary benefits derived from military retirement from personal income tax obligations02/22/06
HB 4717Transfer of certain employees to the State Teachers Retirement System02/22/06
HB 4766Providing that mental hygiene commissioners are employees under the Public Employees Retirement System02/24/06
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