Monthly Archives: February 2015

John Frazier

Frazier, John in West Virginia

John Frazier

John Frazier, West Virginia
State: West Virginia

Committee Membership

Term: 2011-2012

Sponsored Bills Signed by Governor

Jan 11, 2012

Jan 11, 2012

Jan 11, 2012

Jan 13, 2012

Jan 20, 2012

Jan 25, 2012

Jan 26, 2012

Feb 1, 2012

Feb 7, 2012

Feb 14, 2012

Feb 14, 2012

Feb 14, 2012

Jan 18, 2011

Jan 18, 2011

Jan 21, 2011

Jan 28, 2011

Feb 15, 2011

Other Sponsored Bills

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2018 – Creating The Higher Education Merit Screening Advisory Committee

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2027 – Requiring County Commissions To Adopt And Implement County Farmland Protection Programs

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2051 – Relating To Electing Magistrates By Division

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2176 – Terminating Tolls On The West Virginia Turnpike Before 2020

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2245 – Specifying That Federal Civil Service System Retirement Income Derived From Military Retirement System Pensions That Have Been Converted To Federal Civil Service System Pensions Is Treated As Military Retirement Income For Purposes Of The Modifications To Federal Adjusted Gross Income

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2390 – Providing That All Employees Have The Right To Review And Copy The Contents Of Their Personnel File

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2405 – Relating To Corporate Political Accountability

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2460 – Clarifying That Probation Officers Are Authorized To Supervise Sex Offenders

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2461 – Relating To The Appointment Of Hearing Officers For Juvenile Drug Courts

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2541 – Relating To The Criminal Offense Of Robbery And Attempted Robbery

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2558 – Establishing The Office Of Child Advocacy

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2707 – Expanding The Definition Of Imminent Danger To The Physical Well-Being Of The Child With Regard To Child Abuse And Neglect

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2710 – Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2713 – Relating To Civil And Criminal Forfeiture Actions Related To Criminal Activity

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2790 – Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2830 – Allowing Members Of The West Virginia National Guard Or Its Reserves To Obtain Free Hunting And Fishing Licenses

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2858 – Requiring Persons Arrested For a Felony To Submit To a Dna Sample

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2867 – Requiring Dna Testing For Individuals Arrested For Certain Offenses

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2887 – Requiring Health Insurance Coverage For Eosinophilic Disorders

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2941 – Authorizing The Division Of Motor Vehicles To Issue a Special License Plate For Applicants Who Are Hearing Impaired

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 2964 – Eliminating Tolls On The West Virginia Turnpike Before February 1, 2020

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 3025 – Exempting The First $20,000 Of Public Employees Pensions From Personal Income Tax

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 3027 – Authorizing The Sale Of Prohibited Fireworks

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 3072 – Creating a Hunting Permit To Safely Accommodate Visually Impaired Hunters

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 3113 – Exempting Nonprofit, Tax Exempt Corporations Or Organizations Affiliated With a Church From Consumer Sales And Service Tax

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 3127 – Increasing The Fees Charged By The Clerk Of The Circuit Court For Medical Professional Liability Actions

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 3132 – Requiring a Judge’s Permission Before a Juror’s Information Can Be Released

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 3133 – Removing The Statute Of Limitations In Child And Spousal Support Cases

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 3140 – Providing For The Interception Of Insurance Settlement Claims By The Bureau For Child Support Enforcement For Past-Due Support

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 3162 – Relating To Polygraph Examinations Required As a Condition Of Supervision For Certain Sex Offenders

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 3173 – Amending And Adding To Divorce, Distribution Of Property And Child Custody Guidelines To Take Into Consideration The Presence Of An Autistic Child

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 3176 – Adding a Magistrate To Monongalia County

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 3193 – Permitting Persons Who Have Been Convicted Of Felonies To Qualify For Jury Service

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 3236 – Relating To Child Abuse And Neglect

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 3254 – Adding Oil And Gas Facilities, Wells, Pipelines And Tanks To The Coordinated Statewide Program Of Air Pollution Prevention

Jan 11, 2012

  • HB 3266 – Uniform Power Of Attorney Act

Jan 12, 2012

  • HB 4005 – Prohibiting Texting While Driving

Jan 12, 2012

  • HB 4014 – Creating The Jason Flatt Act Of 2012

Jan 13, 2012

  • HB 4050 – Adding Penalties For Driving Under The Influence Of Alcohol

Jan 13, 2012

  • HB 4061 – Expediting The Construction Of a New One Thousand Two Hundred Bed Correctional Facility By The Division Of Corrections

Jan 13, 2012

  • HB 4068 – Providing That Antique Motor Vehicles Be Valued At Their Salvage Value For Personal Property Tax Purposes

Jan 16, 2012

  • HB 4082 – Permitting a Military Veteran To Be Identified As a Veteran On a Driver’s License Or Identification Card

Jan 16, 2012

  • HB 4083 – Exempting Nonprofit, Tax Exempt Corporations Or Organizations Affiliated With a Church Or Association Of Churches From Consumer Sales And Service Tax

Jan 16, 2012

  • HB 4084 – Relating To Personal Safety Orders

Jan 18, 2012

  • HB 4123 – Relating To The Public Safety And Offender Accountability Act

Jan 19, 2012

  • HB 4127 – Declaring August 7 As a Special Memorial Day To Be Known As Purple Heart Recognition Day

Jan 20, 2012

  • HB 4242 – Establishing Criminal Penalties For Failure To Report a Missing Child By The Child’s Custodian

Jan 20, 2012

  • HB 4245 – Permitting Certain Auxiliary Lighting On Motorcycles

Jan 20, 2012

  • HB 4247 – Increasing The Compensation Of Attorneys Who Are Appointed To Represent Criminal Defendants

Jan 20, 2012

  • HB 4249 – Reducing Utility Rates For Low-Income Residential Customers

Jan 20, 2012

  • HB 4250 – Creating The Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act

Jan 23, 2012

  • HB 4253 – Providing a One-Time Supplements To Certain Annuitants

Jan 23, 2012

  • HB 4269 – Eliminating Tolls On The West Virginia Turnpike Before February 1, 2020, And Providing That no New Bonds May Be Issued

Jan 25, 2012

  • HB 4282 – Providing That Adultery Is a Bar To Alimony In a Divorce Proceeding

Jan 25, 2012

  • HB 4292 – Authorizing The West Virginia Supreme Court Of Appeals To Establish a Reasonable Fee Of Compensation For Mental Hygiene Services

Jan 25, 2012

  • HB 4293 – Increasing The Compensation Caps For Secretary-Clerks And Case Coordinators In The Family Court

Jan 26, 2012

  • HB 4306 – Providing That Members Of The Legislature Whose Income Is Limited To Their Legislative Compensation May Be Covered At The Same Rate As Government Employees

Jan 26, 2012

  • HB 4308 – Exempting Supreme Court Justices And Retired Justices From The Prohibitions Against Carrying Concealed Weapons

Jan 26, 2012

  • HB 4309 – Clarifying That a Child Who Is Physically Healthy And Presumed Safe Is a Neglected Child If The Child Is Habitually Absent From School

Jan 26, 2012

  • HB 4321 – Amending The Code Relating To The Ability Of Certain Individuals To Petition a Court To Regain The Right To Possess Firearms, And Authorizing Parents Or Guardians To Commit Children Age Twelve Or Older To Mental Health Hospitalization

Jan 27, 2012

  • HB 4334 – West Virginia Civil And Criminal Forfeiture Act

Jan 30, 2012

  • HB 4341 – Permitting a Civil Service Employee To Receive Donated Leave From Another Employee To Care For a Member Of His Or Her Household

Jan 30, 2012

  • HB 4343 – Relating To The Judicial Retirement System

Jan 31, 2012

  • HB 4362 – Requiring The Center Of All New Gas Wells To Be More Than One Thousand Feet From Water Wells Or Six Hundred Twenty-Five Feet From The Edge Of The Well Pad

Feb 1, 2012

  • HB 4389 – Relating To Child Welfare

Feb 2, 2012

  • HB 4391 – Exempting Certain Unmarked Law-Enforcement Vehicles From Sun Screening Restrictions

Feb 2, 2012

  • HB 4392 – Compensating All State Magistrates, Magistrate Assistants, Magistrate Court Clerks Equally

Feb 2, 2012

  • HB 4393 – Permitting Surface Owners To Purchase The Mineral Interests That Lay Below The Property When The Mineral Interest Becomes Subject To a Tax Lien

Feb 3, 2012

  • HB 4414 – The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

Feb 6, 2012

  • HB 4428 – Providing That Any Person Who Maintains a Roll Your Own Cigarette Machine At a Retail Establishment Is Deemed a Manufacturer Of Cigarettes

Feb 7, 2012

  • HB 4445 – Creating The Crime Of Soliciting a Minor

Feb 8, 2012

  • HB 4459 – Creating a Juvenile Sex Offender Registration

Feb 8, 2012

  • HB 4467 – Reforming The School Aide Formula

Feb 9, 2012

  • HB 4468 – Prohibiting Insurance Companies From Discriminating Against Certain Health Care Providers

Feb 9, 2012

  • HB 4471 – Relating To The Controlled Substances Monitoring

Feb 10, 2012

  • HB 4483 – Relating To Sexting By Minors

Feb 10, 2012

  • HB 4497 – Updating Statutory Provisions Relating To Procedures Of The Office Of Administrative Hearings

Feb 14, 2012

  • HB 4520 – Authorizing a Family Court Judge To Order a Child To Be Taken Into Custody In Emergency Situations

Feb 14, 2012

  • HB 4524 – Requiring Certain Insurance Companies To Participate In Information Data Matches With The Bureau Of Child Support Enforcement

Feb 17, 2012

  • HB 4580 – Adding All Terrain Vehicles To The Definition Of Motor Vehicle For Purposes Of The Protections Extended To Purchasers Of New Vehicles

Feb 17, 2012

  • HB 4581 – Making Grants From State And Other Funds To Provide Civil Legal Services To Low Income Persons

Feb 17, 2012

  • HB 4588 – Increasing The Jurisdictional Amount In Controversy In Magistrate Courts

Feb 17, 2012

  • HB 4604 – Relating To Assessment Of Real Property

Feb 20, 2012

  • HB 4636 – Authorizing a Responsible Parent Pilot Project

Mar 7, 2012

  • HCR 109 – Requesting a Study On The Feasibility Or Requiring Coverage For Eosinophilic Disorders

Mar 7, 2012

  • HCR 111 – Requesting a Study On The Issues Surrounding Bullying In The Workplace

Mar 8, 2012

  • HCR 126 – Celebrating The Life And Lamenting The Passing Of Hulett C. Smith, The Twenty-Seventh Governor Of The State Of West Virginia

Mar 9, 2012

  • HCR 134 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance Study The Implementation Of a Standardized Highway Signage Program To Direct Visitors To Unique, Tourist-Oriented Businesses In Rural And Other Areas In West Virginia

Mar 10, 2012

  • HCR 137 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance Study The Benefit Of Utilizing a Lemon Law For Atvs And Motorcycles

Mar 10, 2012

  • HCR 147 – Requesting a Study Of The Means By Which Owners Of Surface Interests In Tracts Of Real Property From Which Ownership Of Interests In The Minerals Have Been Severed May Have a First Option To Purchase Interests In Severed Minerals Which Are Sold On The Courthouse Steps For Non-Payment Of Property Taxes

Feb 13, 2012

  • HCR 61 – The Cpl Lonnie B. Hylton, Jr. Memorial Highway

Feb 13, 2012

  • HCR 62 – Requesting That The Sacrifice And Service Of The Crew Members Of The U.s.s. West Virginia Be Recognized And Rewarded For Their Actions During The Battle Of Suriago Strait

Feb 14, 2012

  • HCR 66 – The Carnie L. Spratt Memorial Bridge

Feb 14, 2012

  • HCR 69 – Recognizing The Month Of February, 2012, As National Teen Dating Violence Awareness And Prevention Month

Feb 17, 2012

  • HCR 77 – Declaring That The Month Of September Be Proclaimed As Take Pride In America Month Beginning With September, 2012

Jan 13, 2012

  • HCR 8 – The All-American Rod Thorn Interchange

Feb 28, 2012

  • HCR 93 – Requesting a Study Of The Issues Surrounding Bullying In The Workplace And Possible Remedies For Hostile Work Environments

Feb 28, 2012

  • HCR 94 – The Hunnicutt Family Highway

Jan 12, 2012

  • HJR 101 – The Simple Majority Approval Amendment

Feb 16, 2012

  • HJR 114 – The Active Military Personal Property Tax Relief Amendment

Correcting Names of State Institutions of Higher Education (SB 200)

Correcting Names of State Institutions of Higher Education (SB 200) in West Virginia

West Virginia Senate Act (2011 Regular Session – SB 200)

Session: 2011 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: Senate
Bill: West Virginia Senate SB 200
Introduced: Jan 19, 2011
Signed by Governor: Mar 1, 2011

Sponsors

Jeffrey Kessler, West VirginiaJeffrey Kessler
primary
(Democratic)
District 2
Brooks McCabe, West VirginiaBrooks McCabe
cosponsor
Ron Stollings, West VirginiaRon Stollings
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 7
Robert Plymale, West VirginiaRobert Plymale
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 5
Roman Prezioso, West VirginiaRoman Prezioso
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 13
Jack Yost, West VirginiaJack Yost
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 1
Orphy Klempa, West VirginiaOrphy Klempa
cosponsor

Bill Votes

Feb 7, 2011
PASSAGE
Yes:  97   No:  0   Other:  3  
Feb 7, 2011
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  97   No:  0   Other:  3  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
May 4, 2011   Senate   Chapter 82## Acts## Regular Session## 2011
Mar 3, 2011   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/1/11 – House Journal
Mar 2, 2011   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/1/11 – Senate Journal
Mar 1, 2011   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/1/11
Feb 23, 2011   Senate   To Governor 02/23/11
Feb 23, 2011   Senate   To Governor 02/23/11 – Senate Journal
Feb 23, 2011   Senate   To Governor 2/23/11 – House Journal
Feb 9, 2011   Senate   House received Senate message
Feb 8, 2011   Senate   House Message received
Feb 8, 2011   Senate   Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill (Roll No. 1)
Feb 8, 2011   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 1)
Feb 8, 2011   Senate   Communicated to House
Feb 8, 2011   Senate   Completed legislative action
Feb 7, 2011   Senate   On 3rd reading## House Calendar
Feb 7, 2011   Senate   Read 3rd time
Feb 7, 2011   Senate   Passed House (Roll No. 55)
Feb 7, 2011   Senate   Title amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Feb 7, 2011   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 56)
Feb 7, 2011   Senate   Communicated to Senate
Feb 4, 2011   Senate   On 2nd reading## House Calendar
Feb 4, 2011   Senate   Read 2nd time
Feb 4, 2011   Senate   Amended to include the provisions of Com. Sub. for H. B. 2919
Feb 3, 2011   Senate   On 1st reading## House Calendar
Feb 3, 2011   Senate   Read 1st time
Feb 2, 2011   Senate   Introduced in House
Feb 2, 2011   Senate   Reference dispensed
Jan 31, 2011   Senate   On 3rd reading
Jan 31, 2011   Senate   Read 3rd time
Jan 31, 2011   Senate   Passed Senate (Roll No. 1)
Jan 31, 2011   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 1)
Jan 31, 2011   Senate   Ordered to House
Jan 28, 2011   Senate   On 2nd reading
Jan 28, 2011   Senate   Read 2nd time
Jan 27, 2011   Senate   On 1st reading
Jan 27, 2011   Senate   Read 1st time
Jan 26, 2011   Senate   Committee substitute reported## but first to Finance
Jan 26, 2011   Senate   2nd reference dispensed
Jan 19, 2011   Senate   Filed for introduction
Jan 19, 2011   Senate   To Education then Finance
Jan 19, 2011   Senate   Introduced in Senate
Jan 19, 2011   Senate   To Education

West Virginia House Act (2014 Regular Session – HB 4432)

West Virginia House Act (2014 Regular Session – HB 4432)

Adopting Principle Based Reserving as the Method by Which Life Insurance Company Reserves Are Calculated

Session: 2014 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: House
Bill: West Virginia House HB 4432
Introduced: Feb 6, 2014
Signed by Governor: Apr 1, 2014

Subjects

Sponsors

Nancy Guthrie, West VirginiaNancy Guthrie
primary
(Democratic)
District 36
William Hartman, West VirginiaWilliam Hartman
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 43
David Perry, West VirginiaDavid Perry
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 32
Bob Ashley, West VirginiaBob Ashley
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 11

Bill Votes

Mar 8, 2014
Passage
Yes:  34   No:  0   Other:  0  
Feb 26, 2014
PASSAGE
Yes:  95   No:  0   Other:  5  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
Apr 10, 2014   House   Chapter 92## Acts## Regular Session## 2014
Apr 1, 2014   House   Approved by Governor 4/1/14
Mar 28, 2014   House   To Governor 3/28/14
Mar 14, 2014   House   To Governor 3/28/14 – Senate Journal
Mar 14, 2014   House   To Governor 3/28/14 – House Journal
Mar 14, 2014   House   Approved by Governor 4/1/14 – Senate Journal
Mar 14, 2014   House   Approved by Governor 4/1/14 – House Journal
Mar 8, 2014   House   On 3rd reading
Mar 8, 2014   House   Read 3rd time
Mar 8, 2014   House   Passed Senate (Roll No. 39)
Mar 8, 2014   House   Communicated to House
Mar 8, 2014   House   Completed legislative action
Mar 8, 2014   House   House received Senate message
Mar 7, 2014   House   On 2nd reading
Mar 7, 2014   House   Read 2nd time
Mar 6, 2014   House   Having been read 1st time 3/3/14
Mar 6, 2014   House   Reported do pass
Mar 3, 2014   House   Reported do pass## but first to Judiciary
Mar 3, 2014   House   Immediate consideration
Mar 3, 2014   House   Read 1st time
Mar 3, 2014   House   On 2nd reading to Judiciary
Feb 27, 2014   House   House Message received
Feb 27, 2014   House   Introduced in Senate
Feb 27, 2014   House   To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary
Feb 27, 2014   House   To Banking and Insurance
Feb 26, 2014   House   On 3rd reading## Daily Calendar
Feb 26, 2014   House   Read 3rd time
Feb 26, 2014   House   Passed House (Roll No. 213)
Feb 26, 2014   House   Communicated to Senate
Feb 25, 2014   House   On 2nd reading## Daily Calendar
Feb 25, 2014   House   Read 2nd time
Feb 24, 2014   House   On 1st reading## Daily Calendar
Feb 24, 2014   House   Read 1st time
Feb 21, 2014   House   By substitute## do pass
Feb 12, 2014   House   With amendment## do pass## but first to Judiciary
Feb 12, 2014   House   To House Judiciary
Feb 6, 2014   House   Filed for introduction
Feb 6, 2014   House   To Banking and Insurance then Judiciary
Feb 6, 2014   House   Introduced in House
Feb 6, 2014   House   To House Banking and Insurance

Relating to Public-Private Transportation Projects Funding (SB 190)

Relating to Public-Private Transportation Projects Funding (SB 190) in West Virginia

West Virginia Senate Act (2013 Regular Session – SB 190)

Session: 2013 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: Senate
Bill: West Virginia Senate SB 190
Introduced: Feb 15, 2013
Signed by Governor: Apr 29, 2013

Sponsors

Jeffrey Kessler, West VirginiaJeffrey Kessler
primary
(Democratic)
District 2
Mike Hall, West VirginiaMike Hall
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 4

Bill Votes

Apr 13, 2013
EFFECT JULY 1″ 2013
Yes:  97   No:  2   Other:  1  
Apr 13, 2013
PASSAGE
Yes:  97   No:  2   Other:  1  
Mar 25, 2013
Passage
Yes:  34   No:  0   Other:  0  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
May 15, 2013   Senate   Chapter 169## Acts## Regular Session## 2013
Apr 29, 2013   Senate   Approved by Governor 4/29/13
Apr 26, 2013   Senate   To Governor 4/26/13
Apr 17, 2013   Senate   To Governor 4/26/13 – Senate Journal
Apr 17, 2013   Senate   To Governor 4/26/13 – House Journal
Apr 17, 2013   Senate   Approved by Governor 4/29/13 – Senate Journal
Apr 17, 2013   Senate   Approved by Governor 4/29/13 – House Journal
Apr 13, 2013   Senate   On 3rd reading## Special Calendar
Apr 13, 2013   Senate   Read 3rd time
Apr 13, 2013   Senate   Passed House (Roll No. 374)
Apr 13, 2013   Senate   Effective July 1## 2013 (Roll No. 375)
Apr 13, 2013   Senate   Communicated to Senate
Apr 13, 2013   Senate   Completed legislative action
Apr 13, 2013   Senate   House Message received
Apr 12, 2013   Senate   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Apr 12, 2013   Senate   Read 2nd time
Apr 11, 2013   Senate   From House Calendar## 1st reading## placed on Special Calendar
Apr 11, 2013   Senate   Read 1st time
Apr 10, 2013   Senate   Do pass
Apr 5, 2013   Senate   Do pass## but first to Finance
Apr 5, 2013   Senate   To House Finance
Mar 26, 2013   Senate   Introduced in House
Mar 26, 2013   Senate   To Roads and Transportation then Finance
Mar 26, 2013   Senate   To House Roads and Transportation
Mar 25, 2013   Senate   On 3rd reading
Mar 25, 2013   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 25, 2013   Senate   Passed Senate with amended title (Roll No. 2)
Mar 25, 2013   Senate   Effective July 1## 2013 (Roll No. 2)
Mar 25, 2013   Senate   Ordered to House
Mar 22, 2013   Senate   On 2nd reading
Mar 22, 2013   Senate   Read 2nd time
Mar 22, 2013   Senate   Committee amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Mar 21, 2013   Senate   On 1st reading
Mar 21, 2013   Senate   Read 1st time
Mar 20, 2013   Senate   Reported do pass## with amendment and title amendment
Mar 14, 2013   Senate   Reported do pass## but first to Finance
Mar 14, 2013   Senate   To Finance
Feb 15, 2013   Senate   Filed for introduction
Feb 15, 2013   Senate   To Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance
Feb 15, 2013   Senate   Introduced in Senate
Feb 15, 2013   Senate   To Transportation and Infrastructure

Supplementing and Decreasing Items of Existing Appropriations to Dot (SB 618)

Supplementing and Decreasing Items of Existing Appropriations to Dot (SB 618) in West Virginia

West Virginia Senate Act (2011 Regular Session – SB 618)

Session: 2011 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: Senate
Bill: West Virginia Senate SB 618
Introduced: Mar 4, 2011
Signed by Governor: Mar 23, 2011

Sponsors

Donna Boley, West VirginiaDonna Boley
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 3

Bill Votes

Mar 12, 2011
SUSPEND CONSTITUTIONAL RULE
Yes:  93   No:  6   Other:  1  
Mar 12, 2011
SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION
Yes:  92   No:  7   Other:  1  
Mar 12, 2011
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  91   No:  8   Other:  1  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
May 4, 2011   Senate   Chapter 8## Acts## Regular Session## 2011
Mar 23, 2011   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/23/11
Mar 22, 2011   Senate   To Governor 3/22/11
Mar 18, 2011   Senate   To Governor 3/22/11 – House Journal
Mar 18, 2011   Senate   To Governor 3/22/11 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2011   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/23/11 – House Journal
Mar 18, 2011   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/23/11 – Senate Journal
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Do pass
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Immediate consideration
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Read 1st time
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Dispensed with Constitutional Rule (Roll No. 466)
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Read 2nd time
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Passed House (Roll No. 467)
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 468)
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Communicated to Senate
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   House Message received
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Completed legislative action
Mar 10, 2011   Senate   Introduced in House
Mar 10, 2011   Senate   To Finance
Mar 10, 2011   Senate   To House Finance
Mar 9, 2011   Senate   On 3rd reading
Mar 9, 2011   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 9, 2011   Senate   Passed Senate (Roll No. 4)
Mar 9, 2011   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 4)
Mar 9, 2011   Senate   Ordered to House
Mar 8, 2011   Senate   On 2nd reading
Mar 8, 2011   Senate   Read 2nd time
Mar 7, 2011   Senate   On 1st reading
Mar 7, 2011   Senate   Read 1st time
Mar 4, 2011   Senate   Originating in Senate Finance
Mar 4, 2011   Senate   Reported do pass

West Virginia House Act (2015 Regular Session – HB 2139)

West Virginia House Act (2015 Regular Session – HB 2139)

Relating to Employment of Retired Teachers as Substitutes in Areas of Critical Need and Shortage for Substitutes

Session: 2015 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: House
Bill: West Virginia House HB 2139
Introduced: Jan 20, 2015
Signed by Governor: Mar 26, 2015

Sponsors

David Perry, West VirginiaDavid Perry
primary
(Democratic)
District 32
Amanda Pasdon, West VirginiaAmanda Pasdon
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 51
Linda Phillips, West VirginiaLinda Phillips
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 25
Danny Hamrick, West VirginiaDanny Hamrick
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 48
Ruth Rowan, West VirginiaRuth Rowan
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 57
George Ambler, West VirginiaGeorge Ambler
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 42
Roy Cooper, West VirginiaRoy Cooper
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 28
Paul Espinosa, West VirginiaPaul Espinosa
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 66
Dave Pethtel, West VirginiaDave Pethtel
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 5
William Romine, West VirginiaWilliam Romine
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 6
Linda Longstreth, West VirginiaLinda Longstreth
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 50

Bill Votes

Mar 12, 2015
Passage
Yes:  34   No:  0   Other:  0  
Feb 20, 2015
PASSAGE
Yes:  82   No:  0   Other:  18  
Feb 20, 2015
SUSPEND CONSTITUTIONAL RULE
Yes:  80   No:  1   Other:  19  
Feb 20, 2015
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  82   No:  0   Other:  18  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
Apr 15, 2015   House   Chapter 218## Acts## Regular Session## 2015
Mar 26, 2015   House   Approved by Governor 3/26/15
Mar 18, 2015   House   To Governor 3/18/15 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2015   House   To Governor 3/18/15
Mar 18, 2015   House   To Governor 3/18/15 – House Journal
Mar 18, 2015   House   Approved by Governor 3/26/15 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2015   House   Approved by Governor 3/26/15 – House Journal
Mar 13, 2015   House   House received Senate message
Mar 12, 2015   House   On 3rd reading
Mar 12, 2015   House   Read 3rd time
Mar 12, 2015   House   Passed Senate (Roll No. 7)
Mar 12, 2015   House   Effective from passage (Roll No. 7)
Mar 12, 2015   House   Communicated to House
Mar 12, 2015   House   Completed legislative action
Mar 11, 2015   House   On 2nd reading
Mar 11, 2015   House   Read 2nd time
Mar 10, 2015   House   Reported do pass
Mar 10, 2015   House   Immediate consideration
Mar 10, 2015   House   Read 1st time
Mar 5, 2015   House   Reported do pass## but first to Education
Mar 5, 2015   House   To Education
Feb 23, 2015   House   House Message received
Feb 23, 2015   House   Introduced in Senate
Feb 23, 2015   House   To Pensions then Education
Feb 23, 2015   House   To Pensions
Feb 20, 2015   House   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Feb 20, 2015   House   Read 2nd time
Feb 20, 2015   House   Dispensed with Constitutional Rule (Roll No. 135)
Feb 20, 2015   House   Read 3rd time
Feb 20, 2015   House   Passed House (Roll No. 136)
Feb 20, 2015   House   Effective from passage (Roll No. 137)
Feb 20, 2015   House   Communicated to Senate
Feb 19, 2015   House   On 1st reading## Special Calendar
Feb 19, 2015   House   Read 1st time
Feb 18, 2015   House   By substitute## do pass
Feb 11, 2015   House   With amendment## do pass## but first to Finance
Feb 11, 2015   House   To House Finance
Jan 20, 2015   House   Filed for introduction
Jan 20, 2015   House   To Education then Finance
Jan 20, 2015   House   Introduced in House
Jan 20, 2015   House   To House Education

West Virginia House Act (2015 Regular Session – HB 2224)

West Virginia House Act (2015 Regular Session – HB 2224)

Providing That Historical Reenactors Are Not Violating the Provision Prohibiting Unlawful Military Organizations

Session: 2015 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: House
Bill: West Virginia House HB 2224
Introduced: Jan 22, 2015
Signed by Governor: Mar 25, 2015

Subjects

Sponsors

Gary Howell, West VirginiaGary Howell
primary
(Republican)
District 56
Tim Manchin, West VirginiaTim Manchin
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 50
Ruth Rowan, West VirginiaRuth Rowan
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 57
Erikka Storch, West VirginiaErikka Storch
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 3
Ray Canterbury, West VirginiaRay Canterbury
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 42
Chris Stansbury, West VirginiaChris Stansbury
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 35
Mark Zatezalo, West VirginiaMark Zatezalo
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 1
Jim Butler, West VirginiaJim Butler
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 14
David Evans, West VirginiaDavid Evans
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 4
George Ambler, West VirginiaGeorge Ambler
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 42
Roy Cooper, West VirginiaRoy Cooper
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 28

Bill Votes

Mar 13, 2015
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  95   No:  0   Other:  5  
Mar 13, 2015
PASSAGE-SENATE AMENDED HB
Yes:  95   No:  0   Other:  5  
Mar 12, 2015
Passage
Yes:  34   No:  0   Other:  0  
Feb 10, 2015
PASSAGE
Yes:  93   No:  0   Other:  7  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
Apr 15, 2015   House   Chapter 170## Acts## Regular Session## 2015
Mar 25, 2015   House   Approved by Governor 3/25/15
Mar 18, 2015   House   To Governor 3/18/15 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2015   House   To Governor 3/18/15 – House Journal
Mar 18, 2015   House   To Governor 3/18/15
Mar 18, 2015   House   Approved by Governor 3/25/15 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2015   House   Approved by Governor 3/25/15 – House Journal
Mar 14, 2015   House   House Message received
Mar 13, 2015   House   House received Senate message
Mar 13, 2015   House   House concurred in Senate amendment and passed bill (Roll No. 546)
Mar 13, 2015   House   Effective from passage (Roll No. 547)
Mar 13, 2015   House   Communicated to Senate
Mar 13, 2015   House   Completed legislative action
Mar 12, 2015   House   On 3rd reading
Mar 12, 2015   House   Read 3rd time
Mar 12, 2015   House   Passed Senate with amended title (Roll No. 10)
Mar 12, 2015   House   Effective from passage (Roll No. 10)
Mar 12, 2015   House   Senate requests House to concur
Mar 11, 2015   House   On 2nd reading
Mar 11, 2015   House   Read 2nd time
Mar 10, 2015   House   Reported do pass## with title amendment
Mar 10, 2015   House   Immediate consideration
Mar 10, 2015   House   Read 1st time
Feb 25, 2015   House   Reported do pass## but first to Judiciary
Feb 25, 2015   House   To Judiciary
Feb 11, 2015   House   House Message received
Feb 11, 2015   House   Introduced in Senate
Feb 11, 2015   House   To Military then Judiciary
Feb 11, 2015   House   To Military
Feb 10, 2015   House   On 3rd reading## Daily Calendar
Feb 10, 2015   House   Read 3rd time
Feb 10, 2015   House   Passed House (Roll No. 58)
Feb 10, 2015   House   Communicated to Senate
Feb 9, 2015   House   On 2nd reading## Daily Calendar
Feb 9, 2015   House   Read 2nd time
Feb 9, 2015   House   Committee amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Feb 6, 2015   House   On 1st reading## Daily Calendar
Feb 6, 2015   House   Read 1st time
Feb 5, 2015   House   With amendment## do pass
Jan 29, 2015   House   Do pass## but first to Judiciary
Jan 29, 2015   House   To House Judiciary
Jan 22, 2015   House   Filed for introduction
Jan 22, 2015   House   To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary
Jan 22, 2015   House   Introduced in House
Jan 22, 2015   House   To House Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security

Expanding The Amber Alert Plan; Skylar's Law (HB 2453)

Expanding the Amber Alert Plan; Skylar’s Law (HB 2453) in West Virginia

West Virginia House Act (2013 Regular Session – HB 2453)

Session: 2013 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: House
Bill: West Virginia House HB 2453
Introduced: Feb 14, 2013
Signed by Governor: Apr 17, 2013

Sponsors

Charlene Marshall, West VirginiaCharlene Marshall
primary
Nancy Guthrie, West VirginiaNancy Guthrie
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 36
Linda Sumner, West VirginiaLinda Sumner
cosponsor
Anthony Barill, West VirginiaAnthony Barill
cosponsor
Daniel Poling, West VirginiaDaniel Poling
cosponsor

cosponsor
Bill Hamilton, West VirginiaBill Hamilton
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 45
Brent Boggs, West VirginiaBrent Boggs
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 34

Bill Votes

Apr 12, 2013
Passage
Yes:  34   No:  0   Other:  0  
Apr 12, 2013
PASSAGE-SENATE AMENDED HB
Yes:  98   No:  0   Other:  2  
Mar 27, 2013
PASSAGE
Yes:  98   No:  0   Other:  2  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
May 15, 2013   House   Chapter 3## Acts## 2013
Apr 29, 2013   House   Approved by Governor 4/29/13
Apr 25, 2013   House   To Governor 4/25/13
Apr 17, 2013   House   To Governor 4/25/13 – Senate Journal
Apr 17, 2013   House   To Governor 4/25/13 – House Journal
Apr 17, 2013   House   Approved by Governor 4/29/13 – Senate Journal
Apr 17, 2013   House   Approved by Governor 4/29/13 – House Journal
Apr 13, 2013   House   House Message received
Apr 12, 2013   House   On 3rd reading
Apr 12, 2013   House   Read 3rd time
Apr 12, 2013   House   Passed Senate with amended title (Roll No. 11)
Apr 12, 2013   House   Senate requests House to concur
Apr 12, 2013   House   House received Senate message
Apr 12, 2013   House   House concurred in Senate amendment and passed bill (Roll No. 325)
Apr 12, 2013   House   Communicated to Senate
Apr 12, 2013   House   Completed legislative action
Apr 11, 2013   House   On 2nd reading
Apr 11, 2013   House   Read 2nd time
Apr 11, 2013   House   Committee amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Apr 10, 2013   House   On 1st reading
Apr 10, 2013   House   Read 1st time
Apr 9, 2013   House   Reported do pass## with amendment and title amendment
Mar 28, 2013   House   House Message received
Mar 28, 2013   House   Introduced in Senate
Mar 28, 2013   House   To Judiciary
Mar 27, 2013   House   On 3rd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 27, 2013   House   Read 3rd time
Mar 27, 2013   House   Passed House (Roll No. 77)
Mar 27, 2013   House   Communicated to Senate
Mar 26, 2013   House   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 26, 2013   House   Read 2nd time
Mar 25, 2013   House   From House Calendar## 1st reading## placed on Special Calendar
Mar 25, 2013   House   Read 1st time
Mar 22, 2013   House   By substitute## do pass
Mar 6, 2013   House   With amendment## do pass## but first to Finance
Mar 6, 2013   House   To House Finance
Feb 14, 2013   House   Filed for introduction
Feb 14, 2013   House   To Judiciary then Finance
Feb 14, 2013   House   Introduced in House
Feb 14, 2013   House   To House Judiciary

West Virginia House Act (2015 Regular Session – HB 2377)

West Virginia House Act (2015 Regular Session – HB 2377)

Authorizing State Board of Education to Approve Certain Alternatives With Respect to Instructional Time

Session: 2015 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: House
Bill: West Virginia House HB 2377
Introduced: Jan 26, 2015
Signed by Governor: Mar 27, 2015

Sponsors

Amanda Pasdon, West VirginiaAmanda Pasdon
primary
(Republican)
District 51
Joe Statler, West VirginiaJoe Statler
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 51
Walter Duke, West VirginiaWalter Duke
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 61
Danny Wagner, West VirginiaDanny Wagner
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 47
William Romine, West VirginiaWilliam Romine
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 6
George Ambler, West VirginiaGeorge Ambler
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 42
Paul Espinosa, West VirginiaPaul Espinosa
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 66
Denise Campbell, West VirginiaDenise Campbell
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 43

Bill Votes

Mar 12, 2015
Passage
Yes:  33   No:  0   Other:  1  
Mar 3, 2015
PASSAGE
Yes:  96   No:  1   Other:  3  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
Apr 15, 2015   House   Chapter 92## Acts## Regular Session## 2015
Mar 27, 2015   House   Approved by Governor 3/27/15
Mar 18, 2015   House   To Governor 3/18/15 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2015   House   To Governor 3/18/15 – House Journal
Mar 18, 2015   House   To Governor 3/18/15
Mar 18, 2015   House   Approved by Governor 3/27/15 – House Journal
Mar 18, 2015   House   Approved by Governor 3/27/15 – Senate Journal
Mar 13, 2015   House   House received Senate message
Mar 12, 2015   House   On 3rd reading
Mar 12, 2015   House   Read 3rd time
Mar 12, 2015   House   Passed Senate (Roll No. 12)
Mar 12, 2015   House   Communicated to House
Mar 12, 2015   House   Completed legislative action
Mar 11, 2015   House   On 2nd reading
Mar 11, 2015   House   Read 2nd time
Mar 10, 2015   House   Reported do pass
Mar 10, 2015   House   Immediate consideration
Mar 10, 2015   House   Read 1st time
Mar 4, 2015   House   House Message received
Mar 4, 2015   House   Introduced in Senate
Mar 4, 2015   House   To Education
Mar 4, 2015   House   To Education
Mar 3, 2015   House   On 3rd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 3, 2015   House   Read 3rd time
Mar 3, 2015   House   Passed House (Roll No. 300)
Mar 3, 2015   House   Communicated to Senate
Mar 2, 2015   House   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 2, 2015   House   Read 2nd time
Feb 28, 2015   House   On 1st reading## Special Calendar
Feb 28, 2015   House   Read 1st time
Feb 27, 2015   House   By substitute## do pass
Feb 6, 2015   House   With amendment## do pass## but first to Judiciary
Feb 6, 2015   House   To House Judiciary
Jan 26, 2015   House   Filed for introduction
Jan 26, 2015   House   To Education then Judiciary
Jan 26, 2015   House   Introduced in House
Jan 26, 2015   House   To House Education

Harry White

White, Harry Keith in West Virginia

Harry White

Harry White, West Virginia
State: West Virginia
Party: Democratic
District: 21
Chamber: House

Committee Membership

Term: 2015-2016

Term: 2013-2014

Term: 2011-2012

Sponsored Bills Signed by Governor

Jan 22, 2015

Jan 22, 2015

Jan 29, 2015

Feb 2, 2015

Feb 2, 2015

Feb 6, 2015

Feb 24, 2015

Jan 15, 2014

Jan 15, 2014

Jan 24, 2014

Jan 24, 2014

Jan 27, 2014

Feb 6, 2014

Feb 10, 2014

Feb 17, 2014

Feb 15, 2013

Feb 15, 2013

Feb 20, 2013

Feb 20, 2013

Feb 21, 2013

Feb 25, 2013

Feb 25, 2013

Mar 4, 2013

Mar 5, 2013

Mar 6, 2013

Mar 6, 2013

Mar 7, 2013

Mar 11, 2013

Mar 12, 2013

Mar 14, 2013

Mar 19, 2013

Mar 20, 2013

Mar 20, 2013

Mar 20, 2013

Mar 21, 2013

Mar 29, 2013

Jan 25, 2012

Jan 30, 2012

Feb 10, 2012

Feb 14, 2012

Feb 14, 2012

Feb 14, 2012

Feb 14, 2012

Feb 15, 2012

Feb 15, 2012

Feb 20, 2012

Feb 24, 2012

Mar 2, 2012

Mar 2, 2012

Mar 5, 2012

Jan 24, 2011

Jan 28, 2011

Jan 31, 2011

Feb 1, 2011

Feb 1, 2011

Feb 2, 2011

Feb 15, 2011

Feb 25, 2011

Other Sponsored Bills

Jan 15, 2015

  • HB 2079 – Creating The Seniors Helping Seniors Fund

Jan 19, 2015

  • HB 2097 – Creating The Hatfield-Mccoy Regional Recreation Authority Fund

Jan 20, 2015

  • HB 2136 – Increasing Criminal Penalties For The Transportation Of Controlled Substances

Jan 20, 2015

  • HB 2137 – Changing The Way Counties Pay For Regional Jail Inmates

Jan 20, 2015

  • HB 2156 – Relating To The State Board Of Education

Jan 21, 2015

  • HB 2163 – Increasing Salaries For School Service Personnel

Jan 21, 2015

  • HB 2164 – Providing Pay Increases For Teachers And Counselors

Jan 21, 2015

  • HB 2165 – Creating a Tax Credit For Certain Businesses With More Than Twenty-Five Employees That Relocate To Reclaimed Mountaintop Removal Land

Jan 21, 2015

  • HB 2166 – West Virginia Coal Employment Enhancement Act

Jan 21, 2015

  • HB 2167 – Providing a $500 Tax Credit To Volunteer Firefighters

Jan 21, 2015

  • HB 2174 – Increasing Criminal Incarceration Penalties For The Transportation Of Controlled Substances Into The State

Jan 21, 2015

  • HB 2176 – Creating a Tax Credit For Certain Businesses That Locate Within a Twenty-Mile Radius Of a Hatfield-Mccoy Recreation Area Trail Head

Jan 21, 2015

  • HB 2196 – Authorizing The Division Of Motor Vehicles To Issue Special Hatfield-Mccoy Trail License Plates

Jan 22, 2015

  • HB 2230 – Relating To Calculation Of West Virginia Adjusted Gross Income For Personal Income Tax Purposes

Jan 22, 2015

  • HB 2235 – Prohibiting Chairmen Of State Political Parties During Or Up To One Year After The Termination Of Their Employment As Chairmen Of Those Political Parties From Registering As Lobbyists

Jan 23, 2015

  • HB 2271 – Relating To State Control Of County Schools

Jan 23, 2015

  • HB 2275 – Increasing Criminal Penalties For Littering

Jan 26, 2015

  • HB 2378 – Prohibiting Chairmen Of State Political Parties During Or Up To One Year After The Termination Of Their Employment As Chairmen Of Those Political Parties From Registering As Lobbyists

Jan 27, 2015

  • HB 2394 – Repealing The Additional Tax On The Privilege Of Severing Coal

Jan 27, 2015

  • HB 2410 – Improving State Emergency Preparedness

Jan 27, 2015

  • HB 2426 – Relating To The Volunteer Fire Departments Workers’ Compensation Subsidy Program And The Volunteer Fire Department Workers’ Compensation Premium Subsidy Fund

Jan 29, 2015

  • HB 2512 – Requiring The Consent Of The Public Service Commission Before An Electric Utility Subject To This Chapter May Retire Or Permanently Shut-Down An Electric Generating Plant

Jan 29, 2015

  • HB 2514 – Creating a Bureau Of Actuarial Services Within The Office Of The Legislative Auditor

Jan 30, 2015

  • HB 2522 – Exempting State Teachers Retirement System Pension Benefits From West Virginia Personal Income Taxation

Feb 2, 2015

  • HB 2526 – Providing For The Transfer Of Ownership, Operation And Maintenance Of Certain Assets Of The West Virginia Parkways Authority To The Division Of Highways

Feb 2, 2015

  • HB 2528 – Providing Scholarships For Certain Former Coal Miners

Feb 2, 2015

  • HB 2554 – Relating To Protection Of Utility Workers From Crimes Against The Person

Feb 5, 2015

  • HB 2610 – Making Applications, Permits, And Renewal Applications For Carrying a Concealed Weapon Not Subject To Public Disclosure

Feb 5, 2015

  • HB 2623 – Establishing Guidelines And Materials To Inform And Educate Students, Parents And Coaches About The Nature And Warning Signs Of Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Feb 5, 2015

  • HB 2627 – Providing Protection Against Property Crimes Committed Against Coal Mines, Utilities And Other Industrial Facilities

Feb 5, 2015

  • HB 2630 – Creating The West Virginia Earned Income Tax Credit

Feb 6, 2015

  • HB 2646 – Legalizing And Regulating The Sale And Use Of Fireworks

Feb 10, 2015

  • HB 2687 – Relating To Personal Income Taxes

Feb 12, 2015

  • HB 2709 – Exempting a Percentage Of Social Security Benefits From Personal Income Tax

Feb 12, 2015

  • HB 2711 – Providing For a Scratch-Off Game To Fund a Drug Treatment Facility On Post-Mine Land In Mingo And Logan Counties

Feb 12, 2015

  • HB 2713 – Providing Taxpayers Repaying Their Own Student Loans a Modification Reducing Federal Adjusted Gross In The Amount Of The Interest Paid

Feb 12, 2015

  • HB 2717 – Relating To Hiring Of Public School Employees

Feb 13, 2015

  • HB 2744 – Preempting Any Local Law, Rule, Regulation, Ordinance, Or Policy Regulating The Environmental Or Operational Aspects Of Any Public Utility Within The Jurisdiction Of The Public Service Commission; Providing Exceptions

Feb 13, 2015

  • HB 2751 – Allowing Hunting And Trapping On Private Lands Throughout The State On Sundays

Feb 18, 2015

  • HB 2805 – Transferring To An Adult Correctional Facility Any Juvenile Whose Sentence Runs Beyond His Or Her Eighteenth Birthday

Feb 18, 2015

  • HB 2809 – Creating a Preference For Certain Limited Video Lottery Current Permit Holders In Bid Process

Feb 19, 2015

  • HB 2816 – Relating To The Eligibility Of a Mine Operator To Receive a Tax Credit For Performing Reclamation Or Remediation At a Bond Forfeiture Site

Feb 19, 2015

  • HB 2823 – Eliminating The Street And Interurban And Electric Railways Tax

Feb 19, 2015

  • HB 2825 – Requiring The Department Of Health And Human Resources To Review Rates It Pays To Care Providers And To Increase Direct Care Rates

Feb 20, 2015

  • HB 2851 – Eliminating Exemption From Hotel Occupancy Taxes On Rental Of Hotel And Motel Rooms For Thirty Or More Consecutive Days

Feb 20, 2015

  • HB 2865 – Providing County Commissioners An Ongoing Mechanism To Consider Compensation Increases For Elected Officials Every Two Years

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 2889 – Relating To Regulation Of Transportation Network Companies

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 2915 – Relating Generally To Wholesale Sales Of Liquor

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 2916 – Providing Limited Borrowing Authority To The Governor For The Completion Of Renovations To Capitol Complex Building 3

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 2918 – Relating To Delinquency Charges On Loans

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 2932 – Relating To The Distribution Of Wireless Enhanced 911 Fees

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 2936 – Relating To The West Virginia Economic Development Authority

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 2937 – Designating 5 Million Dollars Per Year For 4 Years From Beer, Wine, And Liquor Tax Revenue To The Fight Substance Abuse Fund

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 2961 – Relating To Abuse-Deterrent Opioid Analgesic Drugs

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 2970 – Authorizing County Commissions And Municipalities To Cooperate And Enter Into Agreements Removing Or Demolishing Dwellings Or Buildings Unfit For Human Habitation

Feb 28, 2015

  • HCR 104 – Requesting The Congress Of The United States Invoke The Congressional Review Act

Jan 22, 2015

  • HCR 12 – The Us Army Sp4 Lawrence Mendez, Jr. Bridge

Mar 10, 2015

  • HCR 128 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance Study The Need For The Health Insurance Policies To Provide Adequate Coverage To Encourage Adoption Of Abuse Deterrent Formulation Technologies For Opiods In Order To Assist In The State’s Continuing Efforts To Eliminate Prescription Drug Abuse

Mar 10, 2015

  • HCR 129 – The John Pino Bridge

Mar 12, 2015

  • HCR 143 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance, To Study The Public-Private Partnership Model For The Operation And Maintenance Of All Or Some Of The State’s Hospital And Nursing Facilities

Mar 12, 2015

  • HCR 146 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance To Study The Special Funds Of The State

Mar 12, 2015

  • HCR 147 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance To Study The Leasing Of Oil And Gas Mineral Rights On State Lands

Mar 12, 2015

  • HCR 148 – Requesting Study On The Collection, Distribution And Use Of Telecommunications Fee Revenues

Mar 12, 2015

  • HCR 149 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance To Study Potential Improvements To Pensions For Retired Teachers And Public Employees Who Have Been Retired For Ten Or More Years

Mar 14, 2015

  • HCR 154 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance To Study The Financial Implications And Benefits Of The Cultivation And Sales Of Marijuana To Be Sold Only In States Where Sales Are Legal

Jan 22, 2015

  • HCR 20 – The Virginia & U. S. Army Major Woodrow Cook Memorial Road

Jan 23, 2015

  • HCR 22 – Requesting The Division Of Highways To Build The Bridge On County Route 65/03 Located Near Tug Valley High School In Naugatuck, Mingo County

Jan 27, 2015

  • HCR 26 – The Ingram’s Way

Jan 28, 2015

  • HCR 30 – The Baisden Family Memorial Bridge

Jan 30, 2015

  • HCR 31 – Declaring The Northern Red Salamander To Be The Official State Amphibian

Feb 2, 2015

  • HCR 33 – The Everett Ronnie Fields, Sr. Memorial Bridge

Feb 4, 2015

  • HCR 39 – The Usmc Lcpl Julius C. Corky Foster Memorial Bridge

Feb 4, 2015

  • HCR 40 – The Ronald ‘duke’ Varney Memorial Bridge

Feb 5, 2015

  • HCR 44 – The North River Mills Historic Trace

Feb 6, 2015

  • HCR 47 – Calling a Convention Of The States Under The Provisions Of Article V Of The Constitution Of The Us

Feb 10, 2015

  • HCR 49 – The Albert And Laura Baisden Memorial Bridge

Jan 22, 2015

  • HCR 5 – The Fredrick Dempsey Bridge

Feb 10, 2015

  • HCR 50 – Historic Dingess Tunnel, 100 Years Old, 1914

Feb 12, 2015

  • HCR 56 – Encouraging All West Virginians To Observe Red Shirt Fridays

Feb 13, 2015

  • HCR 61 – Requesting Dnr Reintroduce Elk To Southern Wv

Feb 17, 2015

  • HCR 69 – Urging Congress To Change U.s. Environmental Protection Agency Standards That Make It Difficult To Complete Planning And Construction Of Public Projects

Feb 17, 2015

  • HCR 72 – The Webster County Veterans Highway

Feb 19, 2015

  • HCR 75 – Urging Joe Main, The Assistant Secretary For Msha To Reverse The Agency’s Practice Of Requiring Dust Scrubbers On Continuous Mining Machines Be Turned Off In Certain Circumstances

Feb 19, 2015

  • HCR 76 – The U. S. Army Pfc Cornelious Wiley Memorial Bridge

Feb 20, 2015

  • HCR 81 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance Study Workplace Safety For Employees At State-Operated Behavioral Health Facilities

Feb 23, 2015

  • HCR 85 – The U. S. Navy Mm2 Carl E. Keeney And U. S. Army Pfc Carl M. Nicholas Memorial Bridge

Feb 24, 2015

  • HCR 89 – Condemning Isis, Also Known As Isil, And Supporting The Eradication Of This Radical Islamic Group

Jan 22, 2015

  • HCR 9 – The U. S. Air Force Lt. Col. John Richard Toots Wilcox Memorial Bridge

Feb 25, 2015

  • HCR 91 – Designating Days For The Display Of The Honor And Remember Flag

Jan 26, 2015

  • HJR 12 – The Right To Hunt And Fish In West Virginia Amendment

Feb 4, 2015

  • HJR 18 – The Removal Of Governor’s Veto Power For Education Spending In Budget And Appropriations Bills

Feb 17, 2015

  • HR 11 – For The Lottery Commission To Implement Creative Methods For Selling Veterans’ Lottery Tickets To Help Fund The West Virginia Veterans Home

Feb 18, 2015

  • HR 12 – Recognizing And Honoring Stephen J. Kopp, Ph.d., President Of Marshall University

Mar 12, 2015

  • HR 18 – Memorializing The Life Of The Honorable Charles Raymond Shaffer

Mar 14, 2015

  • HR 22 – Commemorating The Life Of H. Laban White

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2496 – West Virginia School Personnel Survivor Benefit Act

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2760 – Creating a Uniform Regulation Of Firearms, Ammunition, And Firearm Accessories

Jan 8, 2014

  • HB 4013 – Increasing Criminal Penalties For The Transportation Of Controlled Substances

Jan 8, 2014

  • HB 4014 – Increasing Criminal Penalties For Littering

Jan 14, 2014

  • HB 4140 – Authorizing An Additional Circuit Court Judge For The Thirtieth Judicial Circuit