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SB 6Authorizing boat safety checks by conservation officers03/01/07
SB 107Relating to threatening to use a firearm or other deadly weapon as element of robbery in first degree02/26/07
SB 116Creating criminal offense of voyeurism02/20/07
SB 168Allowing consumer lenders to sell home and automobile membership plans03/06/07
SB 197Authorizing use of reasonable force against intruder02/12/07
SB 219Prohibiting smoking in motor vehicle when persons under fourteen are present02/21/07
SB 331Providing circuit judge sentencing discretion on certain youthful offenders03/01/07
SB 354Providing penalties for failure to report to Alzheimer's Disease Registry03/07/07
SB 384Creating Nonnative Animals Regulation Board 03/01/07
SB 395Relating to Management of Pain Act03/07/07
SB 544Relating to parental notification requirements for unemancipated minors obtaining abortions03/01/07
SB 552Modifying Water Pollution Control Act to reflect organizational changes03/01/07
SB 561Removing exemption for certain salvage yards from screening provisions02/28/07
SB 608Disclosing employers in default of unemployment compensation payments03/01/07
SB 621Standardizing preferred drug lists and formularies03/07/07
SB 629Relating to certain exemptions for solid waste facilities03/01/07
SB 642Modifying definition of "law-enforcement officer" to include PSC motor carrier inspectors and enforcement officers02/28/07
SB 658Relating to stalking offense02/26/07
SB 675Limiting arrest powers for day report officers02/26/07
SB 704Establishing certain criminal penalties relating to nonprofit corporations' crimes02/28/07
SB 706Limiting expungement of certain criminal records02/26/07
SB 721Relating to tax map sales02/28/07
HB 2002Creating the criminal offense of failing to supervise a child01/11/07
HB 2004Regulating telemarketing for quasi-state agencies01/11/07
HB 2005Providing that a Public Service District Commissioner may be removed forthwith and without cause upon the filing with the county commission, a petition containing a simple majority of a public service district's customer accounts 01/11/07
HB 2011Relating to liability of persons voluntarily rendering aid to another in peril01/11/07
HB 2012Allowing the same kind of public nuisance provisions with relation to nonintoxicating beer01/11/07
HB 2014Establishing the offense of setting fires in a public right of way as arson in the fifth degree01/11/07
HB 2016Providing that at the filing deadline for candidacy of mayor, recorder or city council, a candidate is unopposed, the municipality will allow an extended period beyond the filing deadline for write-in candidates to be submitted01/11/07
HB 2022Changing the time for periodic valuations and assessments of real and personal property01/11/07
HB 2023Clarifying that a "victim" includes that person damaged by acts of juveniles and increasing liability of parents for criminal acts of their children01/11/07
HB 2024Requiring the Public Service Commission's consumer advocate's office to review all rate cases filed by public and private utilities01/11/07
HB 2026Providing that identity theft is a felony if a person commits the crime with the intent to commit any other crime01/11/07
HB 2029Classification of Class II property for levy purposes01/11/07
HB 2030Providing a method in which males may contest allegations or presumptions of biological parentage under certain circumstances01/11/07
HB 2033Providing for civil liability of a person falsely accusing another of child abuse and establishing the criminal offense of falsely reporting child abuse01/11/07
HB 2035Removing the "within two years" time restriction in which an application by a former police officer or firefighter, thirty-five years old or older, who previously resigned, may submit an application for reinstatement01/11/07
HB 2038Providing a penalty for employers failing to withhold an employee's income for child support obligations01/11/07
HB 2039Prohibiting mandatory arbitration clauses in consumer loan agreements by regulated consumer lenders in the state01/11/07
HB 2040Relating to conditions of bond for defendants in cases of crimes between family or household members01/11/07
HB 2041Requiring that certain records maintained by the clerk of the county commission to be preserved01/11/07
HB 2046Relating to definitions applicable to Racetrack Video Lottery01/11/07
HB 2047Reducing the term of Public Service Commission members from six to three years01/11/07
HB 2053Creating the offense of sexual battery01/11/07
HB 2055Providing an exemption of ten thousand dollars of the valuation of motor vehicles for personal property taxation purposes01/11/07
HB 2058Reallocating the proceeds from limited video lottery by increasing the percentages payable to counties, municipalities and retailers01/12/07
HB 2060Relating to deferral of court costs and fees when collecting delinquent emergency ambulance bills01/12/07
HB 2066Lowering the threshold required for reporting certain information about individuals, firms, associations or committees contributing to a campaign01/12/07
HB 2071Establishing a mandatory drug and alcohol testing program for coal miners01/12/07
HB 2074Providing for a five percent cap on any increase in one year for periodic valuations and assessments or real and personal property01/12/07
HB 2075Requiring a seller or a seller's agent at closing to disclose the names, addresses and telephone numbers of all utilities providing service to the real estate involved in the transaction01/12/07
HB 2083Relating to drilling gas wells near active coal mines01/12/07
HB 2087Repealing the section involving the vesting of title to vocational education property in the state department of education01/12/07
HB 2089Maintaining a registry of names of those convicted of methamphetamine production or distribution01/12/07
HB 2090Limiting the right of a jury trial in misdemeanor cases in certain circumstances01/12/07
HB 2093Allowing family court judges to carry concealed deadly weapons without obtaining a license01/12/07
HB 2095Defining the offense of trespassing on a railroad track01/12/07
HB 2100Prohibiting persons from soliciting contributions on public highways01/12/07
HB 2102Prohibiting salvage yards from storing any salvage within two hundred yards of a stream01/12/07
HB 2104Ensuring victims' rights to testify at sentencing in criminal cases01/12/07
HB 2113Changing the amount a person can earn while receiving unemployment benefits01/15/07
HB 2124Providing for a death penalty and procedures and standards applicable thereto01/15/07
HB 2127Exempting magistrates from the licensing requirements for carrying a concealed weapon01/15/07
HB 2136Requiring 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 emancipated01/15/07
HB 2137Making it unlawful to offer for sale or sell products created wholly or in part by county or regional jail inmates01/15/07
HB 2139Relating to a no telephone solicitation contact (Do Not Call) list01/15/07
HB 2140Defining "the deceased" for purposes of prescribing that a deceased victim includes unborn children under first and second degree murder01/15/07
HB 2144Establishing a requirement that voters identify themselves prior to casting a vote01/15/07
HB 2146Allowing law-enforcement officers from other states authorized to carry a weapon in the performance of their duties to carry a weapon in West Virginia without a license01/15/07
HB 2147Providing that a firefighter who is medically disqualified from service in the Air National Guard shall not be discharged as a firefighter if he or she has been cleared to return to work by a physician01/15/07
HB 2148Providing that all persons have the right to be free from violence01/15/07
HB 2156Equalizing the number and alternating the selection of juror strikes in a felony trial01/16/07
HB 2159Encouraging state and local government entities to display the national motto, "In God We Trust"01/16/07
HB 2160Requiring a public hearing and county commission approval prior to the issuance of an initial or transfer license for a private club01/16/07
HB 2164Relating to requiring lien holders to notify the sheriff's office via written instrument and to record a release in the county clerk's office within sixty days after the lien has been satisfied01/16/07
HB 2165Permitting employee organizations to obtain state employees' home addresses in certain circumstances01/16/07
HB 2166Justifying the use of deadly force by a pregnant woman when she reasonably believes that her unborn child's life is threatened01/16/07
HB 2168Relating to credit card solicitation on college campuses01/16/07
HB 2170Providing that alleged victims of domestic violence or abuse have the right to have a person of their choosing present when they are interviewed by law-enforcement officers or the prosecuting attorney01/16/07
HB 2171Creating the criminal offense of harassment of a participant of a neighborhood crime watch01/16/07
HB 2172Providing 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 ballot01/16/07
HB 2175Relating to the unauthorized acquisition of data that compromises the security, confidentiality, or integrity of personal information maintained by the data collector01/16/07
HB 2176Authorizing law-enforcement officials to deputize law-enforcement personnel employed by out-of-state jurisdictions01/16/07
HB 2179Including persons who participate in or who contribute to taking a person's identity with fraudulent intent01/16/07
HB 2180Requiring that of the two judges allotted for the twenty-fifth circuit, one must be a resident of Boone County and one a resident of Lincoln County01/16/07
HB 2183Relating to authorizing reciprocity weapons licensing for nonresidents01/16/07
HB 2184Prohibiting solid waste authorities from duplicating or competing with private recycling businesses01/16/07
HB 2185Providing a criminal penalty for transmitting bulk electronic mail messages which are unsolicited01/16/07
HB 2186Providing that personnel carriers used to transport miners must be maintained at the working section01/16/07
HB 2190Providing that applications for farm use valuation must be filed with the county assessor between dates specified01/16/07
HB 2192Authorizing jailors and correctional officers to carry firearms while performing their duties01/16/07
HB 2193Increasing the penalties for child abuse01/16/07
HB 2197Creating new felony offenses of malicious wounding with the use of a firearm and unlawful wounding with the use of a firearm of a law enforcement officer and providing for mandatory jail sentences01/16/07
HB 2199Allowing a nonresident, licensed to carry concealed weapons in another state, to carry a concealed weapon in this state without a reciprocal agreement between the nonresident's state and this state01/16/07
HB 2200Clarifying the penalty provisions regarding battery on a police officer01/16/07
HB 2201Providing a statutory good faith exception to the exclusionary rule when evidence has been obtained during an execution of a search warrant, arrest warrant or capias01/16/07
HB 2203Altering the criminal penalties for driving while license is suspended or revoked01/16/07
HB 2209Penalty 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 visitation01/16/07
HB 2210Prohibiting employees of higher education from assisting students in securing abortions01/16/07
HB 2212Requiring the secretary of the department of environmental protection to adopt the federal regulations governing surface coal mining activities01/16/07
HB 2213Relating to assessments of real property01/16/07
HB 2217Prohibiting the reclassification of Class II real property for a period of two years if the estate has not been settled01/16/07
HB 2218Providing that accident report forms are conclusive as to the issue of the accident's cause, unless a court rules otherwise01/16/07
HB 2227Creating a criminal offense for picketing or disrupting funerals or memorial services01/16/07
HB 2235Prohibiting the willful obstruction or impediment of a funeral or interment service01/16/07
HB 2242Limiting the eligibility of parole if the person has violated the terms and conditions of probation or home incarceration01/16/07
HB 2247Relating to minimum grab bar standards for hotel and motel rooms that are specifically designated or intended for use by handicapped or disabled guests01/16/07
HB 2249Making it a misdemeanor to fail to provide a woman with information regarding all available reproductive alternatives01/16/07
HB 2251Establishing certain requirements regarding direct shipment, delivery and receipt of alcoholic beverages01/16/07
HB 2254Requiring the Joint Committee on Government and Finance approve any proposed settlement involving the Office of the Attorney General01/16/07
HB 2256Giving reserve deputy sheriffs the authority to carry firearms and to arrest, if properly certified01/16/07
HB 2257Adding a magistrate to those serving Putnam County01/16/07
HB 2258Prohibiting the Division of Natural Resources from approving or rejecting any certification issued under the provisions of 33 U. S. C. section 134401/16/07
HB 2260Creating the "West Virginia Joint Coal Owners Trust and Conservation Act"01/16/07
HB 2263Ensuring clean credit information and identity theft protection01/16/07
HB 2264Relating to the justifiable use of force, including deadly force, in the protection of persons and property01/16/07
HB 2269Prohibiting law-enforcement officers from asking crime victims if they have insurance coverage to cover losses occasioned by criminal activity01/17/07
HB 2271Requiring property owners to disclose the previous existence on the property of a crystal methamphetamine lab01/17/07
HB 2274Relating to calculating child support under the extended shared parenting plan01/17/07
HB 2275Imposing misdemeanor penalties for obstructing or giving false statements to a law-enforcement officer01/17/07
HB 2276Allowing nonprofit organizations to hold up to two charitable Texas hold'em tournaments per year01/17/07
HB 2277Requiring purchasers of real estate subject to tax liens to pay for notices to redeem01/17/07
HB 2283Notifying persons from out-of-state who issue worthless checks in this state and who, fail to pay the check and applicable fine or fail to appear in court, that a notice of their failure will be sent to the Division of Motor Vehicles01/17/07
HB 2284Relating to transferability for certified law-enforcement officers from one department to another throughout the state01/17/07
HB 2291Providing that when a person from another state writes a worthless check in this state which results in a summons to appear in magistrate court but then fails to appear shall have his or her privilege to drive in this state revoked01/18/07
HB 2293Including boat retailers in the special method for appraising dealer vehicle inventory01/18/07
HB 2300Releasing the name and identification of any juvenile adjudicated or convicted of a crime to the victims01/18/07
HB 2301Providing that adultery shall be a bar to alimony in a divorce proceeding01/18/07
HB 2303Modifying the method of establishing reciprocity between states regarding handgun permits01/18/07
HB 2305Establishing threshold quantities of certain controlled substances to trigger prima facie evidence of intent to deliver if possessed by an individual01/18/07
HB 2308Providing for liens on child support obligors proceeds from workers' compensation awards, civil settlements, judgments, arbitration and other alterative dispute resolution awards01/18/07
HB 2318Relating to consumer protection generally01/19/07
HB 2319Lying to a deputy sheriff or municipal police officer who is conducting an investigation of a felony, is a misdemeanor01/19/07
HB 2321Increasing the penalties for discarding trash on land and in streams01/19/07
HB 2322Requiring the use of helmets by skateboarders01/19/07
HB 2328Requiring licensure of pharmacy benefit managers02/01/07
HB 2331Authorizing law-enforcement officials to deputize law-enforcement personnel employed by out-of-state jurisdictions01/19/07
HB 2335Relating to prohibiting deputy sheriffs from engaging in political activities01/19/07
HB 2344Relating to equally compensating all state magistrates01/19/07
HB 2346Prohibiting certain employers from meeting and communicating with employees regarding the employer's political, religious, or labor organizing activities02/22/07
HB 2351Redirecting fines for cemetery vandalism back to cemeteries to be used for damage repair01/19/07
HB 2355Providing that actions in which the state is a party be brought in the county which is affected or related to the controversy01/19/07
HB 2360Increasing certain penalties for persons convicted of domestic battery and domestic assault01/19/07
HB 2361Relating to the manufacture, sale, possession, distribution, furnishing or giving away of nonintoxicating beer contrary to law in unlicensed establishments01/19/07
HB 2362Repealing the Downtown Redevelopment District Act01/19/07
HB 2363Allowing mental hygiene commissioners to carry concealed weapons01/19/07
HB 2364Uniform Premarital Agreement Act01/19/07
HB 2366Exempting one motor vehicle owned by a volunteer fireman from personal property taxation01/19/07
HB 2370Requiring that a criminal defendant's right to a jury trial in misdemeanor cases is forever waived unless requested within twenty days of initial appearance01/19/07
HB 2371Providing an alternative public funding option of election campaigns for candidates for the state Senate and House of Delegates01/19/07
HB 2375Limiting the purchase of handguns to one gun per month01/22/07
HB 2376Excluding certain employment-related expenses from the definition of gross income for purposes of determining child support01/22/07
HB 2377Requiring that employers perform criminal history background checks for employees involved in the installation of home security systems01/22/07
HB 2378Requiring businesses which use scanners at the checkout counter to post prices on the shelf01/22/07
HB 2384Providing that members and staff of the Legislature shall automatically receive one-fourth of the required continuing legal education for each regular session worked or served01/22/07
HB 2388Providing a funding mechanism for the West Virginia Affordable Housing Trust Fund01/22/07
HB 2391Providing criminal penalties for negligently or carelessly shooting and wounding or killing a human being while hunting under the influence of alcohol or drugs01/22/07
HB 2393Providing limited immunity from civil damages for persons who volunteer their services to public health departments01/22/07
HB 2394Requiring newspapers to obtain an affidavit from the next of kin before publishing an obituary or death notice01/22/07
HB 2402Prohibiting persons from impersonating a public official by copying or imitating the markings of a public agency or official on a motor vehicle01/22/07
HB 2411Prohibiting a person convicted of any felony from holding public office01/22/07
HB 2421Providing that attendance of college by a noncustodial parent may not be used as grounds to modify a child support order01/23/07
HB 2426Increasing the distance that a beer licensee must be located from a school or church01/23/07
HB 2428Prohibiting out-of-state persons or business entities from soliciting business by written advertisement in this sate under certain circumstances01/23/07
HB 2430Regulating the possession and sale of exotic animals01/23/07
HB 2432Relating to disclosure requirements for political campaign advertisements01/23/07
HB 2433Providing for the Public Employment Relations Act01/23/07
HB 2434Requiring the Secretary of the Department of Administration to propose a rule implementing public employee acceptable use standards for the Internet01/23/07
HB 2435Prohibiting the sale of candy or fruit-flavored cigarettes in this state01/23/07
HB 2442Relating to criminal investigation and special audits divisions of State Tax Division01/23/07
HB 2447Requiring that all houses, dwellings and businesses located in a district where public water service is made available for the first time after July 1, 2008 be connected to the public water service02/08/07
HB 2448Prohibiting termination or refusal of reinstatement of electric or gas service during certain months01/23/07
HB 2449Regulating the use of automobile event data recorders01/23/07
HB 2450Requiring prosecutors or assistant prosecutors that desire to carry a concealed weapon to undergo annual training consistent with the Federal Law-Enforcement Safety Act01/23/07
HB 2451Clarifying that magistrate courts have concurrent juvenile jurisdiction with circuit courts with regard to enforcement of laws prohibiting the possession or use of tobacco or tobacco products by minors01/23/07
HB 2454Authorizing counties and municipalities to enact ordinances regulating the locations of limited video lottery machines02/21/07
HB 2458Relating to liability of physicians who render services to youth camps and programs01/23/07
HB 2465Creating a registry of persons convicted of operating a clandestine drug laboratory01/24/07
HB 2466Establishing the crime of trafficking of persons01/24/07
HB 2467Giving magistrates the authority to perform marriages01/24/07
HB 2468Prohibiting any person convicted of any felony from voting in an election of state and local officials01/24/07
HB 2469Increasing the criminal fines for conviction of the crime of making a false bomb threat and providing that a minor accused of making a false bomb threat shall be tried as an adult01/24/07
HB 2470Reducing from four years to one year the time that an action may be brought for a violation of the Consumer Protection Act involving consumer credit sales or consumer loans01/24/07
HB 2471Creating a presumption of compensability for cardiovascular injury or disease or pulmonary disease suffered by a professional firefighter01/24/07
HB 2472Relating to cardiovascular injury or disease or pulmonary disease suffered by a firefighter01/24/07
HB 2473Creating an affirmative defense for certain civil and criminal actions arising from the sale of certain alcoholic drinks and nonintoxicating beer by licensed private clubs to persons under the age of twenty-one01/24/07
HB 2477Changing the definition of "substantial change in circumstances" for the purposes of a modification of child support from a 15% change to either a 15% or seventy-five dollar change, whichever is less01/24/07
HB 2478Requiring the PSC to promulgate rules which would provide for the assessment of surcharges associated with uncollectible accounts01/24/07
HB 2479Making it a felony offense for stealing lottery tickets01/24/07
HB 2482Increasing penalties for financial exploitation of an elderly person or incapacitated adult01/24/07
HB 2483Granting the public land corporation the authority to condemn certain abandoned structures in the waters of the State causing or contributing to flooding or erosion01/24/07
HB 2484Requiring manufactured housing, fuel oil and propane tanks and other items to be properly secured when in flood plain01/24/07
HB 2485Relating to flood plain management and flood debris generally01/24/07
HB 2486Including education related child care expenses in the child support calculation, and eliminating the 25% reduction to the child support adjustment01/24/07
HB 2488Providing felony penalties for certain persons convicted of fleeing a law-enforcement officer01/24/07
HB 2490Permitting county sheriffs who issue licenses to carry concealed weapons to deny such licenses to applicants who have been convicted of a misdemeanor sexual offense01/24/07
HB 2492Defining "fill material" in the Water Pollution Control Act01/24/07
HB 2494Removing the confidentiality privilege in communications to clergy when the communication involves sexual abuse of a minor child, unless the communication was made as a recognized, privileged confession01/24/07
HB 2497Relating to the creation of the Judicial Compensation Commission01/24/07
HB 2505Relating to the sale of home and automobile membership plans by consumer lenders01/24/07
HB 2506Relating to medically ineffective cardiopulmonary resuscitation for terminally ill patients01/24/07
HB 2509Relating to the definition of gross income for purposes of determining child support01/24/07
HB 2514Waiving 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 conflict01/24/07
HB 2530Relating to the practice of marriage and family therapy01/25/07
HB 2535West Virginia Beverage Container Recycling and Litter Control Act01/25/07
HB 2536Relating to the distribution and sale of craft beer01/25/07
HB 2537Establishing county and municipal authorities to provide for and maintain facilities to house Child Advocacy Centers02/19/07
HB 2542Clarifying that a written complaint must be filed with the State Regulatory Board before a civil action may be filed02/08/07
HB 2547Allowing approved and licensed auctioneers to conduct pulltab games at public auctions01/25/07
HB 2548Authorizing the Supreme Court of Appeal to promulgate rules to establish and implement a uniform bail schedule01/25/07
HB 2559Increasing the homestead exemption for low-income taxpayers01/26/07
HB 2560Relating to including fortified beer within the definition of nonintoxicating beer01/26/07
HB 2564Castle Doctrine Act, authorizing the use of force, including deadly force, against an intruder or attacker01/26/07
HB 2569Imposing certain conditions of probation of sex offenders convicted of failing to register01/26/07
HB 2573Providing for exceptions for air, land and water travel with unloaded weapons01/26/07
HB 2577Suspending or refusing to register vehicles of motor carriers whose authority to operate in interstate commerce has been denied02/01/07
HB 2589Alcohol Beverage Control Commission, nonintoxicating beer licensing and operations02/22/07
HB 2591Alcohol Beverage Control Commission, licensing of retail liquor stores02/22/07
HB 2592Auditor's Office, WV State, transaction fee and rate structure02/12/07
HB 2593Consolidated Public Retirement Board, teachers' defined contribution system02/22/07
HB 2594Consolidated Public Retirement Board, teachers' retirement system02/22/07
HB 2595Corrections, WV Division of, parole supervision01/29/07
HB 2596Counseling, WV Board of Examiners, license renewal and continuing education requirements02/16/07
HB 2597Environmental Protection, air quality, control of air pollution from combustion of refuse02/20/07
HB 2598Environmental Protection, air quality, standards and performance for new stationary sources02/20/07
HB 2599Environmental Protection, air quality, control of air pollution from hazardous waste treatment02/20/07
HB 2600Environmental Protection, water and waste management, hazardous waste management system02/20/07
HB 2602Environmental Protection, water resources, rules for individual state certification of activities requiring a federal permit02/20/07
HB 2603Fire Commission, state building code02/12/07
HB 2604Health and Human Resources, public water systems02/08/07
HB 2605Highways, transportation of hazardous wastes02/01/07
HB 2606Highways, waste tire remediation/environmental clean-up02/12/07
HB 2607Landscape Architects, fees02/02/07
HB 2608Natural Resources, commercial whitewater outfitters02/22/07
HB 2609Natural Resources, special boating rules02/22/07
HB 2610Osteopathy, physician assistants02/09/07
HB 2611Personnel, Division of, workers' compensation temporary total disability rule02/22/07
HB 2612Pharmacy Board, ephedrine and pseudoephedrine control02/12/07
HB 2613Real Estate Commission, licensing real estate brokers02/09/07
HB 2614Rehabilitation Services Division, case services02/12/07
HB 2615Rehabilitation Services Division, resources manual02/12/07
HB 2617Administration, cannibalization of state property02/22/07
HB 2618Administration, waste disposal of state property02/22/07
HB 2619Administration, state funds and grants02/22/07
HB 2620Agriculture, animal disease control02/01/07
HB 2621Agriculture, agricultural liming materials law regulations02/01/07
HB 2622Agriculture, plant pest act rule02/01/07
HB 2623Agriculture, rules and regulations dealing with noxious weeds02/01/07
HB 2624Architects, registration of architects02/09/07
HB 2625Conservation Agency, state conservation committee02/01/07
HB 2626Consolidated Public Retirement Board, public employees retirement system02/22/07
HB 2627Consolidated Public Retirement Board, refund, reinstatement and loan interest factors02/22/07
HB 2628Deputy Sheriff Retirement System02/22/07
HB 2629Counseling, licensing rule02/16/07
HB 2630Environmental Protection, air quality, ambient air quality standards02/20/07
HB 2631Control of air pollution from combustion of solid waste02/20/07
HB 2632Emission standards for hazardous air pollutants02/20/07
HB 2633Control of annual nitrogen oxides emissions02/20/07
HB 2634Control of ozone season nitrogen oxides emissions02/20/07
HB 2635Control of annual sulfur dioxide emissions02/20/07
HB 2636Explosives and blasting rule02/20/07
HB 2637WV surface mining proclamation rule02/20/07
HB 2638Coalbed methane wells rule02/20/07
HB 2639Voluntary remediation and redevelopment rule02/20/07
HB 2640Antidegradation implementation procedures02/20/07
HB 2641Recycling assistance grant program02/20/07
HB 2642WV/NPDES rules for coal mining facilities02/20/07
HB 2643Employment programs, rules that prohibit agencies from granting, issuing, or renewing approval documents with employing units in default02/22/07
HB 2644Fire Commission, certification and evaluation of local fire departments02/12/07
HB 2645Forestry, ginseng regulations02/22/07
HB 2646Health and Human Resources, public water systems operator regulations02/08/07
HB 2647Health and Human Resources, nursing home licensure rule02/12/07
HB 2648Health and Human Resources, recreational water facilities02/08/07
HB 2649Health and Human Resources, vital statistics02/08/07
HB 2650Health and Human Resources, emergency medical services02/08/07
HB 2651Health Care Authority, certificate of need rule 02/15/07
HB 2652Health services offered by health professionals02/15/07
HB 2653Homeland Security and Emergency Management, mine and industrial accident rapid response system02/12/07
HB 2654Hospital Finance Authority, establishment of fee schedule02/12/07
HB 2655Human Services, day care licensing02/08/07
HB 2656Human Services, child placing agencies licensure02/08/07
HB 2657Human Services, minimum licensing requirements for group residential facilities02/12/07
HB 2658Family child care facility licensing requirements02/08/07
HB 2659Family child care home registration requirements02/08/07
HB 2660Informal and relative family child care home registration requirements02/08/07
HB 2661Insurance Commission, rate filing requirements for title insurance companies02/22/07
HB 2662Insurance Commission, individual limited health benefits plans02/22/07
HB 2663Group limited health benefits plans02/22/07
HB 2664Landscape architects, registration of landscape architects02/02/07
HB 2665Landscape architects, continuing education02/02/07
HB 2666Library Commission, administrative regulations02/14/07
HB 2667Massage Therapy Licensure Board, general provisions02/02/07
HB 2668Medicine, licensing and disciplinary procedures02/02/07
HB 2669Miners Health, Safety and Training, governing the standard for certification of coal mine electricians02/22/07
HB 2671Motor Vehicles, disclosure of information02/01/07
HB 2672Natural Resources, deer hunting rule02/22/07
HB 2673Natural Resources, wildlife disease management02/22/07
HB 2674Natural Resources, public use of campgrounds and recreation areas in state wildlife management areas02/22/07
HB 2675Personnel, administrative rule02/22/07
HB 2676Personnel, Division of, interdepartmental transfer of permanent state employees02/22/07
HB 2677Racing Commission, thoroughbred racing02/22/07
HB 2678Regional Jail and Correctional Authority, criteria and procedures for determination of projected cost per diem for inmates02/12/07
HB 2679Registered Professional Nurses, criteria fro evaluation and accreditation of colleges, or schools of nursing02/14/07
HB 2680Registered Professional Nurses, requirements for registration and licensure02/14/07
HB 2681Registered Professional Nurses, continuing education02/14/07
HB 2682Registered Professional Nurses, dialysis technicians02/14/07
HB 2683Risk and Insurance Management, mine subsidence insurance02/22/07
HB 2684Secretary of State, procedures for canvassing elections01/29/07
HB 2685Secretary of State, recount for election results 01/29/07
HB 2686Secretary of State, absentee voting by military members who are members of reserve units called to active duty01/29/07
HB 2687Secretary of State, handling ballots and counting write-in votes in counties using optical scan ballots01/29/07
HB 2688Secretary of State, uniform commercial code01/29/07
HB 2689State Police, WV DNA databank02/12/07
HB 2690Tax department, abusive tax shelters02/22/07
HB 2691Tax department, reduced sales tax on food02/22/07
HB 2692Treasurer's Office, providing services to political subdivisions02/01/07
HB 2693Veterinary Medicine, registration of veterinary technicians02/09/07
HB 2694Environmental Protection, water and waste management, standards for beneficial use of filtrate from water treatment02/20/07
HB 2696Relating to rule-making authority of certain boards01/29/07
HB 2697Repealing certain administrative rules by the department of environmental protection02/20/07
HB 2700Permitting magistrates to carry concealed handguns without a permit01/30/07
HB 2705Establishing a procedure whereby a consumer may implement a security freeze to prohibit a consumer reporting agency from releasing all or any part of the consumer's credit report01/30/07
HB 2711Providing that fire officers may use adjacent property to prevent fire from spreading02/19/07
HB 2713Prohibiting parents, guardians or custodians from allowing registered sexual offenders access to children in their custody01/30/07
HB 2715Requiring the courts to enter an order stating whether or not the Department of Health and Human Resources made reasonable efforts to finalize a permanency plan for a child01/30/07
HB 2728Providing a procedure to implement a security freeze on a consumer's credit report01/30/07
HB 2732Relating to the placing of juveniles into the custody of the Division of Juvenile Services01/30/07
HB 2733Requiring certification of correctness as to design, construction and performance of domestic and commercial liquified petroleum gas-consuming equipment and appliances..etc.01/30/07
HB 2734Authorizing the use of force, including deadly force, against an attacker or intruder01/30/07
HB 2735Relating to privilege against disclosure of information by news media01/30/07
HB 2738Allowing magistrates to assess the total cost of jury service01/30/07
HB 2742Clarifying that a second conviction of petit larceny is a felony offense01/30/07
HB 2743Assessing court costs for pretrial diversions01/30/07
HB 2744Equally compensating all state magistrates01/30/07
HB 2756Reimbursement for costs of first five days of incarceration01/31/07
HB 2758Exempting certain owners of one hundred acres or less of real property from valuation and assessment as natural resources property01/31/07
HB 2762Relating to limitations for certain asbestos exposure claims01/31/07
HB 2767Continuing to threaten or harass a petitioner is a violation of a domestic violence protective order01/31/07
HB 2768Creating a presumption of compensability for cardiovascular injury or disease of professional firefighters01/31/07
HB 2769Establishing a program to inventory greenhouse gases01/31/07
HB 2773Establishing a returnable beverage container deposit program01/31/07
HB 2780Deleting the provision that allowed private clubs segregated on the basis of race and color to obtain licenses to sell alcoholic liquors02/01/07
HB 2785Providing for the temporary detention of criminal suspects by law-enforcement officers where probable cause appears to exist02/01/07
HB 2786Requiring the Governor to fill a judicial vacancy within ninety days02/01/07
HB 2793Relating to grievance procedure for state employees02/01/07
HB 2799Regulating agricultural liming materials02/08/07
HB 2802Providing that the arresting agency shall pay the cost for the initial twenty-four hours of incarceration02/02/07
HB 2809Providing for payment of unemployment compensation when a person misses work due to domestic violence02/02/07
HB 2811Providing meeting and conference rights for members of municipal police and fire departments02/15/07
HB 2816Funeral Planning Agent Designation Act02/02/07
HB 2817Providing for a "moment of silence" in public schools02/02/07
HB 2818Imposing a limitation on the salvage valuation of the facilities at a wind power project, increasing electric generating capacity of wind turbines to 12%, and to provide a credit against the B&O Tax02/02/07
HB 2819Amending certain provisions of the code involving horse and dog racing02/05/07
HB 2824Providing an election to allow resident homeowners, sixty-five years old or older, to defer the payment of property tax increases to their residential property02/05/07
HB 2827Prohibiting adhesion waivers of constitutional rights in contractual provisions with consumers as being unenforceable02/05/07
HB 2834Requiring motorcycle operators and passengers under twenty-one years of age wear helmets02/15/07
HB 2837Enabling law-enforcement agencies to use their basic investigative tools to thwart terrorist plots02/15/07
HB 2838Prohibiting the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles from suspending a license of a person for more than six months as a result of a seizure02/05/07
HB 2843Relating to disposition and payment of court costs regarding worthless checks02/05/07
HB 2851Including sexual orientation and disability as a bias-based crime civil rights violation for purposes of criminal responsibility02/06/07
HB 2852Abolishing the presenting of a firearm or other deadly weapon as an element of robbery in the first degree02/06/07
HB 2853Relating to building fires on public roads02/06/07
HB 2854Providing for removal and election of Public Service Commissioners02/06/07
HB 2857Providing for the redistricting office of the joint committee on government and finance to propose redistricting plans during census years02/06/07
HB 2858Relating to factors to be considered in granting grandparent visitation02/06/07
HB 2860Adding "sexual orientation" to the categories covered by the Human Rights Act02/06/07
HB 2872Bringing the West Virginia Works Program into compliance with federal law02/06/07
HB 2873Providing a procedure for committing violent sex offenders after they have served prison terms or when they have been found unfit to stand trial02/06/07
HB 2881Providing that antique motor vehicles may be used for occasional recreational driving02/15/07
HB 2882Increasing the penalty for the unauthorized practice of medicine and surgery or as a physician assistant02/07/07
HB 2883Increasing the fines for sale of tobacco products to minors02/07/07
HB 2886Exempting specific engineering plans and descriptions of public utility plants and equipment from freedom of information provisions02/07/07
HB 2887Providing that persons convicted of certain drug related crimes must participate in a substance abuse counseling program to be eligible for probation02/07/07
HB 2888Increasing the criminal penalties for violation of certain hunting and fishing laws by nonresidents02/15/07
HB 2889Providing arresting agency shall pay cost for the initial twenty-four hours of incarceration02/07/07
HB 2891Clarifying language regarding restrictions on carrying a crossbow afield and in a vehicle02/15/07
HB 2892Relating to reports of the workforce investment council02/07/07
HB 2893Relating to criminal penalties for employers hiring or using unauthorized workers02/07/07
HB 2895West Virginia Professional Employer Organization Recognition and Registration Act02/15/07
HB 2896Providing the court may include mutually restrictive protective orders in domestic violence cases02/07/07
HB 2897Requiring corporations to compensate private landowners whose property is damaged by the corporation's clearing, trimming, maintenance, and construction activities02/07/07
HB 2906Providing for mandatory sentences for any person who shoots a police officer on duty02/07/07
HB 2910Relating to the biennial renewal of a license to practice medicine, podiatry or as a physician assistant02/07/07
HB 2919Requiring person incarcerated for sex offenses to register as such at the time they are incarcerated02/08/07
HB 2920Subjecting persons convicted of sexual crimes against a minor to "GPS" monitoring02/08/07
HB 2921Including additional information on the sex offender registry02/08/07
HB 2924Eliminating good time for persons convicted of sex crimes involving minor children02/08/07
HB 2925Changing the way that the cost of incarcerating inmates in regional jails is collected02/08/07
HB 2928Increasing the penalty for driving under the influence causing death02/08/07
HB 2929Creating the felony offense of unlawful possession of cocaine02/08/07
HB 2930Providing that an applicant for a farm use exemption certificate may not be required to appear before any assessor for renewal02/15/07
HB 2934Adding "craft beer" to the state definition of "nonintoxicating beer"02/08/07
HB 2943Joint Parenting Act02/08/07
HB 2947Requiring the Ethics Commission to investigate allegations of legislators, staff and lobbyist offering to serve alcoholic beverages to persons under twenty-one years of age02/08/07
HB 2950Relating to nonpartisan election of justices of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals and circuit court judges02/08/07
HB 2954Updating the scope of actions by consumers to include a "manufacturer" and "contractor" to the parties affected02/08/07
HB 2957Changing the date for primary elections and filing date for candidates02/09/07
HB 2958Requiring the Secretary of State to assess a civil penalty of twenty-five dollars per day when a candidate fails to file a campaign financial statement02/09/07
HB 2960Allowing Class RG and RRG deer stamps to be used to hunt and take antlerless deer02/21/07
HB 2962Creating misdemeanor criminal offenses for attempting to defeat urine and bodily fluid screens for drugs or alcohol02/09/07
HB 2963Requiring a court to conduct a hearing at the time of sentencing a defendant to jail to determine the defendant's ability to pay for up to 30 days of incarceration02/09/07
HB 2964Relating to pawnbrokers obtaining a signed statement affirming ownership from a seller or pledgor on all sale or pawn transactions02/09/07
HB 2966Creating the crime of murder of a child by a parent who exposes his or her child to the manufacturing of a controlled substance02/09/07
HB 2974Making the destruction of a landlord's property which has been rented for residential purposes a criminal offense02/09/07
HB 2977Providing a procedure to protect against theft of consumer identity02/09/07
HB 2985Establishing that an income withholding tolls the running of the statute of limitations in child support matters...etc.02/09/07
HB 2987Relating to proof of lawful disposal of solid waste as a defense to a violation of disposal law02/09/07
HB 2994Establishing criminal penalties for interfering with medical treatment of a railroad employee02/12/07
HB 3000Providing a ten percent cap on any increase in assessment of real and personal property in any one year02/12/07
HB 3012Relating to the Greyhound Breeding Development Fund02/20/07
HB 3016Making the fine for failure to wear a seat belt a flat fine of twenty-five dollars02/19/07
HB 3020Deleting the prohibition against magistrate assistants being related to magistrate court deputy clerks02/13/07
HB 3023Authorizing home incarceration supervisors to arrest persons who obstruct them in the performance of their duties02/13/07
HB 3026Relating to overtime and holiday pay for classified employees02/13/07
HB 3032Requiring an initial hearing before a magistrate before a person subject to arrest may be detained in a regional jail02/13/07
HB 3040Requiring the reporting and publication of all compensation, including contingent compensation, paid to lobbyists02/13/07
HB 3062Relating to providing for liens upon proceeds or awards of a child support obligor from Workers' Compensation awards02/14/07
HB 3063The West Virginia Counter-Terrorism Act of 200702/14/07
HB 3065Relating to making false reports of child abuse, sexual abuse and domestic violence02/14/07
HB 3069Prohibiting employers from discharging or disciplining a volunteer fireman or (EMS) attendant who is required to leave work suddenly as a result of their responsibilities to address emergencies02/14/07
HB 3070Relating to child advocacy centers02/14/07
HB 3079Prohibiting the sale of a tobacco product in this state if the label does not contain a listing of the first ten main ingredients02/15/07
HB 3080Clarifying that certain employees of the Division of Juvenile Services are not covered by the civil service system02/15/07
HB 3083Relating to allowing the prosecutor to display the photograph of a murder victim during the trial if requested to do so by the family of the murdered victim02/15/07
HB 3087Changing the offense of knowingly maintaining a conveyance, store, shop, warehouse, dwelling, boat, or other structure used in the commission of drug crimes from a misdemeanor to a felony02/15/07
HB 3088Including inventories of vehicles held as rental cars in the special method for appraising dealer vehicle inventory02/15/07
HB 3096Relating to the transition to a private workers' compensation insurance system02/15/07
HB 3101Providing and exemption from jury service for breast-feeding mothers02/16/07
HB 3102Relating to the investigation and prosecution of cases involving child abuse and neglect02/16/07
HB 3109Sexually Oriented Businesses Regulation Act02/16/07
HB 3110Increasing penalties for failing to report child abuse02/16/07
HB 3111Relating to treatment for drug and alcohol addiction02/21/07
HB 3118Relating to investigations of violations of insurance laws02/21/07
HB 3120Relating generally to solid waste facilities02/19/07
HB 3124Prohibiting any law enforcement or other official from interfering in the service of a warrant in child abuse investigations02/19/07
HB 3129Relating to eligibility for parole02/19/07
HB 3139Providing all persons convicted of a felony are subject to DNA testing02/20/07
HB 3142Prohibiting fractional pricing in the retail sale of gasoline02/20/07
HB 3143Creating the West Virginia Correctional Center Nursery Act02/20/07
HB 3144Relating to primary elections and nominating procedures of third-party candidates02/20/07
HB 3148Relating to telephone solicitation of consumers02/21/07
HB 3152Relating to amount, collection of and refunding of jail processing fees02/21/07
HB 3157Relating to the legal status of West Virginia workers02/21/07
HB 3159Relating to election of Supreme Court of Appeals justices, circuit judges, county and district officers and magistrates02/21/07
HB 3162Verifying the lawful presence within the United States of any applicant for certain public benefits02/21/07
HB 3168Establishing a minimum density requirement for residential zoning purposes 02/22/07
HB 3170Relating to noncivil service employment protection for chiefs of police02/22/07
HB 3171Criminalizing the giving of false or misleading information to county and municipal officers02/22/07
HB 3173Allowing municipal chiefs of police to appoint a deputy chief02/22/07
HB 3179Relating to unlawful possession of deadly weapons by a minor02/22/07
HB 3181Including a person who has resided with a victim at least twelve months to the list of people to receive advance notice of judicial proceedings involving the crime02/22/07
HB 3182Increasing hourly fees for court appointed lawyers appointed in criminal cases and child abuse cases02/22/07
HB 3186Reclassifying methamphetamine as a schedule II narcotic02/22/07
HB 3189Relating to payment of services in certain child or juvenile proceedings02/22/07
HB 3190Authorizing remote dispensing and delivery of prescription drugs02/22/07
HB 3191Providing that the limitation on child support is tolled until the last child that is subject of an income withholding order reaches eighteen years of age02/22/07
HB 3192Relating to the criminal penalties for driving while suspended or revoked, driving under the influence of alcohol, controlled substances or drugs02/22/07
HB 3193Doubling the fines for assaulting athletic officials02/22/07
HB 3196Notifying persons of a defendants parole hearing who lived with the victim at the time of the crime and for twelve months preceding the crime02/22/07
HB 3197Including a person who lived with a convicted defendant at the time of the crime and for at least twelve months preceding the crime to the definition of a victim for purposes of testimony02/22/07
HB 3200Relating to preserving biological evidence that is secured in the investigation or prosecution of a criminal case02/22/07
HB 3201Authorizing the tax commissioner to refuse, revoke, suspend or refuse to renew a business registration certificate for a business that is the alter ego, nominee or instrumentality of a business in certain situations02/22/07
HB 3202Extending the hours of operation for sale of retail liquor by two hours02/22/07
HB 3203Providing that a child born addicted to a controlled substance constitutes child abuse02/22/07
HB 3205Prohibiting discrimination in rates of automobile insurance policies on the basis of claims filed in which the insured is not at fault02/22/07
HB 3206Modifying exemptions allowed in bankruptcy proceedings02/22/07
HB 3207Prohibiting elected or appointed officials from using public funds to purchase, distribute or disseminate certain items and publications02/22/07
HB 3208Relating to drug and alcohol free mines02/22/07
HB 3211Prohibiting discrimination based upon age and sexual orientation02/22/07
HB 3212Establishing the West Virginia Cemetery Act02/22/07
HB 3213Adding a fifty-ninth delegate district consisting of portions of Mason and Putnam counties 02/22/07
HB 3217Establishes the State Police as the entity which is authorized to issue administrative subpoenas to internet service providers in cases of suspected child pornography02/22/07
HB 3218Requiring racetracks who are licensed to operate video lottery terminals pay a fee of one thousand dollars for each machine and that the revenue from these fees are to be transferred to the benefit fund of the Teachers Retirement System02/22/07
HB 3219Providing that West Virginia will not participate in the "REAL ID Act of 2005" enacted by the United States Congress02/22/07
HB 3222Establishing the position of prisoner transportation officer02/23/07
HB 3225Providing for the appointment of a commission to develop and conduct a field test of comprehensive, integrated statewide standardized electronic medical records access system 02/23/07
HB 3226Relating to notification of cancellation or nonrenewal of an insured's automobile liability insurance contract or policy02/23/07
HB 3230Prohibiting the naming of a publicly funded building, road, structure or project which receives any operating or construction moneys from state sources or state taxpayers02/23/07
HB 3235Requiring an optometrist office and an optician office that adjoin each other to have an interior door to each others facilities02/23/07
HB 3236Exempting motorcycles from the requirement of annual registration02/23/07
HB 3244Creating health savings accounts for prevailing wage employees02/23/07
HB 3247Relating to the agreement among states to elect the president by national popular vote02/23/07
HB 3249Creating a new type of common interest community with exceptions02/23/07
HB 3250Requiring assisted living residences to maintain adequate auxiliary power sources to generate electricity02/23/07
HB 3254Requiring any proposed toll revision be presented to the Joint Committee on Government and Finance02/23/07
HB 3256Repealing the Code of West Virginia and adopting in lieu thereof, the Code of the Commonwealth of Virginia02/23/07
HB 3257Permitting judges presiding over juvenile proceedings to order an improvement period02/23/07
HB 3258Prohibiting elected state officials from becoming lobbyist for two years02/23/07
HB 3261Making English the official language of West Virginia02/23/07
HB 3262Requiring the Commissioner of Corrections to keep track of repeat offenses committed by persons convicted of sexual offenses02/23/07
HB 3263Requiring licensed tattoo artist to inform patrons, prior to performing the tattoo procedure, of the potential problems that a tattoo may cause in relation to the reading of magnetic resonance imaging02/23/07
HB 3265Relating to the "Telephone Record Confidentiality Act"02/23/07
HB 3266Providing for passing of an intestate estate to an individual designated as a beneficiary under the deceased's life insurance policy02/23/07
HB 3268Relating to the rights of crime victims02/23/07
HB 3274Relating to making it unlawful to transfer propane from one holding tank to another02/23/07
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