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SB 175Relating to purchase, possession, sale and use of fireworks 03/04/10
SB 467Revising classification and compensation plans for certain civil service employees03/04/10
SB 587Relating to Board of Hearing-Aid Dealers 03/03/10
SB 594Relating to powers, duties and responsibilities of Water Development Authority03/04/10
SB 690Relating to liquor sampling on Class A retail licenses03/03/10
HB 2016Providing for removal and election of Public Service Commissioners01/13/10
HB 2051Providing a two thousand eight dollar salary increase for each employee of the Division of Corrections01/13/10
HB 2108Prohibiting the naming of a publicly funded building, road, structure or project for a living elected public official01/13/10
HB 2129Requiring bids under state contract to disclose the location of work to be performed or risk state termination of the contract01/13/10
HB 2234Relating to increasing the maximum cash award the Employee Suggestion Award Board may make for an individual award01/13/10
HB 2243Creating the joint commission on technology and advanced communications01/13/10
HB 2290Relating to a no telephone solicitation contact (Do Not Call) list01/13/10
HB 2294Eliminating fees charged by the Criminal Identification Bureau to the State Police for providing certain information to volunteer fire departments01/13/10
HB 2301Prohibiting the demolition of a historic structure prior to a review of and the issuance of a permit by the Commissioner of the Division of Culture and History01/13/10
HB 2307Relating to acquisition of a municipal business license01/13/10
HB 2308Relating to the West Virginia Partnership to Promote Community Well-Being01/13/10
HB 2319Creating a Sentencing Commission01/13/10
HB 2328Increasing the Public Service Commission appointees and requiring that there be one appointee from each congressional district and two at-large appointments01/13/10
HB 2382Salary increase for sanitarian employees of the division of health01/13/10
HB 2438Establishing the West Virginia Convention and Visitors Bureau Accreditation Board and requiring accreditation standards for convention and visitors bureaus01/13/10
HB 2461Creating a State Trail Authority within the West Virginia Development Office01/13/10
HB 2472Establishing a West Virginia State Trooper's Association leave donation program01/13/10
HB 2497Extending unemployment compensation benefits when special circumstances exist01/13/10
HB 2501West Virginia Public Employment Relations Act01/13/10
HB 2514Verifiable Science Act01/13/10
HB 2523Increasing compensation of membership of the West Virginia State Police01/13/10
HB 2563Allowing state employees to take paid leave to attend parent-teacher conference for their children01/13/10
HB 2571Relating to privatization contracts01/13/10
HB 2590Requiring the Department of Health and Human Resources to maintain information for public dissemination relative to judicial bypasses to the requirement of parental notification relative to abortions performed on minors01/13/10
HB 2632Modifying the West Virginia Parkways, Economic Development and Tourism Authority's power to charge tolls and issue bonds01/13/10
HB 2641Requiring the Commissioner of Corrections to keep track of repeat offenses committed by persons convicted of sexual offenses against children01/13/10
HB 2643Prohibiting the naming of a publicly funded building, road, structure or project which receives any operating or construction moneys from state sources or state taxpayers01/13/10
HB 2649Relating to confidential records01/13/10
HB 2658Requiring state offices, agencies, boards and commissions to submit annual reports electronically01/13/10
HB 2665Authorizing mixed martial arts competitions01/13/10
HB 2680Relating to increasing the environmental protection advisory council membership to nine members01/13/10
HB 2683Increasing the amount allocated from the wireless enhanced 911 fee to be deposited into the enhanced 911 wireless tower access assistance fund01/13/10
HB 2712Relating to rule making requirements of the Department of Health and Human Services01/13/10
HB 2844Relating to the adoption of the 2008 National Electric Code01/13/10
HB 2850Requiring recipients of state assistance to show photo identification01/13/10
HB 2852Eliminating charges by public utilities for meter reading and minimum bill fees01/13/10
HB 2873Requiring assessors to create a cost of housing index01/13/10
HB 2911Establishing a state law-enforcement association members annual leave program01/13/10
HB 2912Creating a board and fund to be used to maintain abandoned cemeteries01/13/10
HB 2919Including enforcement officers employed by the Alcohol and Beverage Control Commission in the classified service under the Civil Service System01/13/10
HB 2945Encouraging public officials to display the national motto on all public property and public buildings01/13/10
HB 2948Requiring the use of the LEED and Green Globes standard for new construction and renovation of state buildings01/13/10
HB 2997Requiring commissioners of the public service commission to be elected01/13/10
HB 3040Expanding the insurance fraud unit01/13/10
HB 3041Clarifying provisions relating to posting of job openings01/13/10
HB 3049Authorizing the Chief Technology Officer to receive confidential records and have access to an agencies' database01/13/10
HB 3115Requiring the Public Service Commission to promulgate rules for secondary containment systems01/13/10
HB 3192Requiring reports to the Governor from state agencies to be made available electronically via the internet01/13/10
HB 3206Authorizing the Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection to sign National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permits01/13/10
HB 3223Report of Induced Abortions Act01/13/10
HB 3254Requiring county commissions to adopt and implement county farmland protection programs01/13/10
HB 3291Adding a special memorial day to celebrate the victory of democracy in the Cold War01/13/10
HB 3318Creating a full-time administrative law judge for the office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training01/13/10
HB 4001Relating to water pollution control01/13/10
HB 4003West Virginia Geographical Information System01/13/10
HB 4012West Virginia Energy Efficiency Act01/13/10
HB 4017Relating to the powers and duties of the board of parole01/13/10
HB 4023Relating to the Public Service Commission01/13/10
HB 4033Relating to the management of motor vehicles and aircraft owned or possessed by the state01/14/10
HB 4131Relating to the board of optometry01/19/10
HB 4135Relating to ethical guidelines for members of professional licensing boards01/19/10
HB 4147Relating to licensing exemptions of persons who only perform the duty of hair washing for a licensed barber or cosmetologist01/21/10
HB 4174Establishing the West Virginia Transportation Finance Commission01/26/10
HB 4330Relating to comprehensive revisions of classification plans for classified and classified-exempt employees02/04/10
HB 4342Exempting the Adjutant General and the West Virginia National Guard from state leasing and accounting requirements02/04/10
HB 4347Relating to the functions of the purchasing director and the powers and duties of acquiring real property02/04/10
HB 4350Relating to the functions of the purchasing director02/04/10
HB 4357Prohibiting project labor agreements on state-funded construction contracts02/05/10
HB 4394Relating to the use of mineral rights to benefit state agencies, institutions or departments02/08/10
HB 4396Assuring audited and unaudited agencies included in the comprehensive annual financial report comply with all deadlines established by the Finance Division of the Department of Administration02/08/10
HB 4400Changing standards for continued certification of physicians assistants02/08/10
HB 4405Changing the membership of the PEIA Financial Board02/18/10
HB 4417Abolishing the West Virginia Board of Landscape Architects02/09/10
HB 4419Developing caseload standards for the Department of Health and Human Resource program areas02/18/10
HB 4421Removing the provision specifying a termination date for the Equal Pay Commission02/10/10
HB 4428Abolishing the Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists02/10/10
HB 4474Increasing the representation on the Health Information Network Board02/12/10
HB 4498Prohibiting smoking in the capitol building and all offices02/15/10
HB 4532Allowing the Division of Energy to develop an energy related public relations campaign focused on educating the Washington, D.C. area and the federal government about West Virginia coal02/18/10
HB 4538Eliminating charges by public utilities for meter reading and minimum bill fees02/18/10
HB 4554Establishing a barber apprenticeship program02/18/10
HB 4556Relating to an annual legislative audit of the Parkways Authority02/18/10
HB 4565Providing guidelines for annual reporting by the Public Service Commission02/19/10
HB 4567Repealing the authority to involuntary transfer employees02/19/10
HB 4574Authorizing regional water authorities, regional wastewater authorities and regional water and wastewater authorities to provide for the joint maintenance of its participating public agencies02/19/10
HB 4578Providing that hearing examiners conducting state agency administrative hearings be selected from a panel of five02/19/10
HB 4587Freezing PEIA employee premiums for three years02/19/10
HB 4594Providing that the jurisdiction of the Public Service Commission to regulate railroads terminates July 1, 2011, and transferring this authority to the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety02/22/10
HB 4596Removing the Commissioner of the Bureau for Public Health from professional licensure boards02/22/10
HB 4597Creating the Northern Panhandle Child Advocacy Commission02/22/10
HB 4600Allowing the West Virginia University Board of Governors to participate in the Public Employees Insurance Agency Insurance Program or another insurance program02/22/10
HB 4621Repealing the 80-20 requirements for payment of 20% of the aggregate premium by active employees, to prevent premium increases unless there is an increase in salary or pensions02/22/10
HB 4622Revising, consolidating and codifying the laws relating to fireworks02/22/10
HB 4644Providing a $5000 salary increase to social workers employed by the Department of Health and Human Resources02/22/10
HB 4648Providing guidelines for an independent audit of the Public Service Commission02/22/10
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