Monthly Archives: April 2015

Larry L. Rowe

Rowe, Larry L. in West Virginia

Larry L. Rowe

Larry L. Rowe, West Virginia
State: West Virginia
Party: Democratic
District: 36
Chamber: House

Committee Membership

Term: 2015-2016

Sponsored Bills Signed by Governor

Jan 20, 2015

Jan 22, 2015

Jan 22, 2015

Feb 2, 2015

Feb 2, 2015

Feb 18, 2015

Feb 19, 2015

Feb 19, 2015

Other Sponsored Bills

Jan 15, 2015

  • HB 2081 – Including Journalists As a Protected Profession Within The Definition Of Crimes Of Violence Against Certain Categories Of Workers

Jan 22, 2015

  • HB 2207 – Establishing The List Of Priorities For The Construction, Reconstruction, Repair And Maintenance Of State Roads And Highways

Jan 22, 2015

  • HB 2232 – Relating To Consumer Credit And Protection

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 2384 – Removing Prohibition Of Municipalities That Are Participating In The Municipal Home Rule Pilot Program To Pass Ordinances, Acts, Rules Or Regulations Pertaining To Municipal Pension Plans

Jan 27, 2015

  • HB 2412 – Relating To Disclosure Of Sex Offender Registration To Public And Private Elementary And Secondary Schools And Institutions Of Higher Education

Jan 27, 2015

  • HB 2413 – Providing Pay Rates For Teachers And Other Personnel Employed By County Boards Of Education And Institutions Of Higher Education For Work Assignments Outside Of Regular School Days

Jan 27, 2015

  • HB 2414 – Permitting a Salary Increase For Certain Kindergarten Aides And Early Childhood Classroom Assistant Teachers

Jan 27, 2015

  • HB 2421 – Retaining Jobs For Certain Disabled Veterans Seeking Or Receiving Treatment For Active Duty Service-Connected Injury

Jan 27, 2015

  • HB 2433 – Authorizing The Division Of Motor Vehicles To Issue a Special License Plate For Applicants Who Are Hearing Impaired

Feb 4, 2015

  • HB 2582 – Requiring The State Board Of Education To Cause School Buses To Be Equipped With Safety Belts

Feb 4, 2015

  • HB 2584 – Allowing a Judge To Excuse a Potential Juror From Jury Duty Until a Later Date Based On Seasonal Employment

Feb 4, 2015

  • HB 2603 – Allowing Certain County Or Regional Solid Waste Authorities In Growth Areas To Designate Common Carriers Of Solid Waste Exempt From The Requirement For a Certificate Of Convenience

Feb 5, 2015

  • HB 2611 – Relating To Controlling Methamphetamine

Feb 5, 2015

  • HB 2628 – Changing The Date Of Filing Announcements Of Candidacies

Feb 9, 2015

  • HB 2667 – Relating To Electronic Cigarettes And Vapor Products

Feb 10, 2015

  • HB 2679 – Good Jobs First Act

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 17, 2015

  • HB 2785 – Statewide Interoperable Radio Network Act

Feb 17, 2015

  • HB 2787 – Relating To Hearings Before The Office Of Administrative Hearings

Feb 17, 2015

  • HB 2788 – Providing School Days To Register And Transport Students To Vote

Feb 18, 2015

  • HB 2801 – Permitting County Commissions And Municipalities To Designate Areas Of Special Interest Which Will Not Affect The Use Of Property In Those Areas

Feb 18, 2015

  • HB 2802 – Relating To Public Sewage Services

Feb 19, 2015

  • HB 2819 – Relating Generally To Contested Cases Under The Administrative Procedures Act

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 2845 – Requiring Persons Who Are In The Business Of Purchasing Precious Metals And Precious Gems To Photograph Those Purchases And To Transmit The Photographs To Law-Enforcement

Feb 20, 2015

  • HB 2869 – Making The Department Of Corrections And The Division Of Health, And Their Respective Workplaces, Subject To The Occupational Safety And Health Act

Feb 20, 2015

  • HB 2875 – E-Mail Privacy Act

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 2903 – Providing a Tax Credit For First Time Home Buyers

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 2919 – Requiring The Library Commission To Survey The Libraries Of The State And Develop a Ten Year Plan For Construction And Maintenance Of Public Libraries

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 3005 – Prohibiting Blasting Within Six Hundred Twenty-Five Feet Of An Occupied Dwelling

Mar 4, 2015

  • HCR 108 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance Study a Program Called Recovery Kentucky, Which Is Designed To Reduce The State’s Drug Problem And Homelessness Issues

Mar 10, 2015

  • HCR 129 – The John Pino Bridge

Mar 13, 2015

  • HCR 152 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance To Study The Long-Term Needs For Maintenance And Construction Of Local Public Libraries And Methods For Providing Adequate Funding To Meet Those Needs

Mar 14, 2015

  • HCR 153 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance To Study The Methods Of Handling Zero Dollar Claims In Regard To Property And Casualty Insurance And The Impacts Of Such Methods Upon Consumers Of Commercial And Domestic Property And Casualty Insurance

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

Feb 2, 2015

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

Feb 5, 2015

  • HCR 42 – The Boyhood Home Of Booker T. Washington

Feb 12, 2015

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

Feb 17, 2015

  • HCR 72 – The Webster County Veterans Highway

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 24, 2015

  • HCR 86 – The Vince Cogar Memorial Bridge

Feb 24, 2015

  • HCR 88 – Amending The Joint Rules Of The Senate And The House By Adding Thereto a New Rule, Designated Joint Rule 2A, Relating To Evening Floor Sessions By Both The Senate And The House During The Regular Sessions

Feb 24, 2015

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

Feb 25, 2015

  • HCR 94 – The Rosie The Riveter Memorial Bridge

Feb 26, 2015

  • HCR 96 – The U. S. Army Sgt Gary Lee Deboard Memorial Intersection

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 27, 2015

  • HR 15 – Honoring Booker Taliaferro Washington, Author, Educator, Orator And Advisor To United States Presidents, On The 100Th Anniversary Of His Death

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

Relating to Neighborhood Investment Program Act (SB 243)

Relating to Neighborhood Investment Program Act (SB 243) in West Virginia

West Virginia Senate Act (2011 Regular Session – SB 243)

Session: 2011 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: Senate
Bill: West Virginia Senate SB 243
Introduced: Jan 24, 2011
Signed by Governor: Apr 1, 2011

Sponsors

Hall

Bill Votes

Mar 12, 2011
PASSAGE
Yes:  90   No:  9   Other:  1  
Mar 12, 2011
EFFECT JULY 1″ 2011
Yes:  90   No:  8   Other:  2  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
May 4, 2011   Senate   Chapter 132## Acts## Regular Session## 2011
Apr 1, 2011   Senate   Approved by Governor 4/1/11
Mar 29, 2011   Senate   To Governor 3/29/11
Mar 18, 2011   Senate   To Governor 3/29/11 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2011   Senate   To Governor 3/29/11 – House Journal
Mar 18, 2011   Senate   Approved by Governor 4/1/11 – House Journal
Mar 18, 2011   Senate   Approved by Governor 4/1/11 – Senate Journal
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   On 3rd reading## House Calendar
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Placed on Special Calender
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Reordered on the calendar
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Passed House (Roll No. 452)
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Effective July 1## 2011 (Roll No. 453)
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   From Special Calendar## 3rd reading## placed on House Calendar
Mar 9, 2011   Senate   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 9, 2011   Senate   Read 2nd time
Mar 8, 2011   Senate   From House Calendar## 1st reading## placed on Special Calendar
Mar 8, 2011   Senate   Read 1st time
Mar 7, 2011   Senate   Do pass
Feb 23, 2011   Senate   Introduced in House
Feb 23, 2011   Senate   To Finance
Feb 23, 2011   Senate   To House Finance
Feb 22, 2011   Senate   On 3rd reading
Feb 22, 2011   Senate   Read 3rd time
Feb 22, 2011   Senate   Passed Senate (Roll No. 3)
Feb 22, 2011   Senate   Effective July 1## 2011 (Roll No. 3)
Feb 22, 2011   Senate   Ordered to House
Feb 21, 2011   Senate   On 2nd reading
Feb 21, 2011   Senate   Read 2nd time
Feb 18, 2011   Senate   Having been read 1st time## prior proceedings## 02/15/11
Feb 18, 2011   Senate   Reported do pass
Feb 15, 2011   Senate   Committee substitute reported## but first to Finance
Feb 15, 2011   Senate   Immediate consideration
Feb 15, 2011   Senate   On 1st reading
Feb 15, 2011   Senate   Read 1st time
Feb 15, 2011   Senate   On 2nd reading to Finance
Jan 24, 2011   Senate   Filed for introduction
Jan 24, 2011   Senate   To Economic Development then Finance
Jan 24, 2011   Senate   Introduced in Senate
Jan 24, 2011   Senate   To Economic Development

Increasing Nonfamily Adoption Tax Credit (SB 35)

Increasing Nonfamily Adoption Tax Credit (SB 35) in West Virginia

West Virginia Senate Act (2011 Regular Session – SB 35)

Session: 2011 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: Senate
Bill: West Virginia Senate SB 35
Introduced: Jan 21, 2011
Signed by Governor: Mar 31, 2011

Sponsors

Herb Snyder, West VirginiaHerb Snyder
primary
(Democratic)
District 16
Robert Plymale, West VirginiaRobert Plymale
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 5

Bill Votes

Mar 12, 2011
PASSAGE
Yes:  98   No:  0   Other:  2  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
May 4, 2011   Senate   Chapter 170## Acts## Regular Session## 2011
Mar 31, 2011   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/31/11
Mar 24, 2011   Senate   To Governor 3/24/11
Mar 18, 2011   Senate   To Governor 3/24/11 – House Journal
Mar 18, 2011   Senate   To Governor 3/24/11 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2011   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/31/11 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2011   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/31/11 – House Journal
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   On 3rd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Passed House (Roll No. 354)
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Communicated to Senate
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   House Message received
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill (Roll No. 40)
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Communicated to House
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Completed legislative action
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   House received Senate message
Mar 11, 2011   Senate   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 11, 2011   Senate   Read 2nd time
Mar 11, 2011   Senate   Amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Mar 10, 2011   Senate   From House Calendar## 1st reading## placed on Special Calendar
Mar 10, 2011   Senate   Read 1st time
Mar 9, 2011   Senate   Do pass
Mar 1, 2011   Senate   Introduced in House
Mar 1, 2011   Senate   To Finance
Mar 1, 2011   Senate   To House Finance
Feb 28, 2011   Senate   On 3rd reading
Feb 28, 2011   Senate   Read 3rd time
Feb 28, 2011   Senate   Passed Senate (Roll No. 1)
Feb 28, 2011   Senate   Ordered to House
Feb 25, 2011   Senate   On 2nd reading
Feb 25, 2011   Senate   Read 2nd time
Feb 24, 2011   Senate   On 1st reading
Feb 24, 2011   Senate   Read 1st time
Feb 23, 2011   Senate   Reported do pass
Jan 21, 2011   Senate   Filed for introduction
Jan 18, 2011   Senate   Reported do pass## but first to Finance
Jan 18, 2011   Senate   To Finance
Jan 12, 2011   Senate   To Judiciary then Finance
Jan 12, 2011   Senate   Introduced in Senate
Jan 12, 2011   Senate   To Judiciary

Relating to Payment of Wages by Employers (SB 318)

Relating to Payment of Wages by Employers (SB 318) in West Virginia

West Virginia Senate Act (2015 Regular Session – SB 318)

Session: 2015 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: Senate
Bill: West Virginia Senate SB 318
Introduced: Jan 27, 2015
Signed by Governor: Mar 26, 2015

Subjects

Sponsors

Charles S. Trump IV, West VirginiaCharles S. Trump IV
primary
(Republican)
District 15
Robert L. Karnes, West VirginiaRobert L. Karnes
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 11
Mitch Carmichael, West VirginiaMitch Carmichael
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 4
Craig Blair, West VirginiaCraig Blair
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 15

Bill Votes

Mar 14, 2015
PASSAGE
Yes:  71   No:  26   Other:  3  
Feb 5, 2015
Passage
Yes:  34   No:  0   Other:  0  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
Apr 15, 2015   Senate   Chapter 153## Acts## Regular Session## 2015
Mar 26, 2015   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/26/15
Mar 20, 2015   Senate   To Governor 3/20/15
Mar 18, 2015   Senate   To Governor 3/20/15 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2015   Senate   To Governor 3/20/15 – House Journal
Mar 18, 2015   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/26/15 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2015   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/26/15 – House Journal
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   On 3rd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   Passed House (Roll No. 585)
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   Communicated to Senate
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   Completed legislative action
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   House Message received
Mar 13, 2015   Senate   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 13, 2015   Senate   Read 2nd time
Mar 12, 2015   Senate   On 1st reading## Special Calendar
Mar 12, 2015   Senate   Read 1st time
Mar 11, 2015   Senate   Do pass
Feb 9, 2015   Senate   To Judiciary
Feb 9, 2015   Senate   To House Judiciary
Feb 6, 2015   Senate   Introduced in House
Feb 5, 2015   Senate   Amended on 3rd reading (Voice vote)
Feb 5, 2015   Senate   Read 3rd time
Feb 5, 2015   Senate   Passed Senate (Roll No. 2)
Feb 5, 2015   Senate   Ordered to House
Feb 4, 2015   Senate   On 3rd reading
Feb 4, 2015   Senate   Laid over on 3rd reading 2/4/15 with right to amend
Feb 3, 2015   Senate   On 2nd reading
Feb 3, 2015   Senate   Read 2nd time
Feb 2, 2015   Senate   On 1st reading
Feb 2, 2015   Senate   Read 1st time
Jan 30, 2015   Senate   Reported do pass
Jan 27, 2015   Senate   Filed for introduction
Jan 27, 2015   Senate   To Judiciary
Jan 27, 2015   Senate   Introduced in Senate
Jan 27, 2015   Senate   To Judiciary

Clif Moore

Moore, Clif in West Virginia

Clif Moore

Clif Moore, West Virginia
State: West Virginia
Party: Democratic
District: 26
Chamber: House

Committee Membership

Term: 2015-2016

Term: 2013-2014

Term: 2011-2012

Sponsored Bills Signed by Governor

Jan 28, 2015

Feb 9, 2015

Jan 9, 2014

Jan 15, 2014

Jan 16, 2014

Jan 24, 2014

Jan 24, 2014

Jan 29, 2014

Feb 11, 2014

Feb 13, 2014

Feb 14, 2014

Feb 17, 2014

Feb 13, 2013

Feb 13, 2013

Feb 13, 2013

Feb 15, 2013

Feb 15, 2013

Mar 4, 2013

Mar 4, 2013

Mar 13, 2013

Jan 11, 2012

Jan 12, 2012

Jan 13, 2012

Jan 18, 2012

Jan 24, 2012

Jan 24, 2012

Jan 25, 2012

Jan 30, 2012

Jan 30, 2012

Feb 10, 2012

Feb 14, 2012

Feb 14, 2012

Feb 17, 2012

Jan 13, 2011

Jan 18, 2011

Jan 18, 2011

Jan 21, 2011

Jan 27, 2011

Jan 27, 2011

Jan 27, 2011

Feb 1, 2011

Feb 11, 2011

Feb 15, 2011

Other Sponsored Bills

Jan 20, 2015

  • HB 2161 – Adopting The Uniform Act On Prevention Of And Remedies For Human Trafficking

Jan 22, 2015

  • HB 2228 – Modifying The Funding Ratio Of School Students To Counselors

Jan 22, 2015

  • HB 2229 – Relating To Elections For Vacancies In County Offices

Jan 22, 2015

  • HB 2232 – Relating To Consumer Credit And Protection

Jan 28, 2015

  • HB 2491 – Requiring The State Board Of Education To Conduct a Study And Periodically Publish Starting Salary Schedules For New Hire Teachers

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 4, 2015

  • HB 2604 – Creating The Second Chance For Employment Act

Feb 4, 2015

  • HB 2605 – Removing The Limitation On Actions Against The Perpetrator Of Sexual Assault Or Sexual Abuse Upon a Minor

Feb 10, 2015

  • HB 2679 – Good Jobs First Act

Feb 10, 2015

  • HB 2685 – Relating To Eligible Uses Of Prepaid Tuition Plans Generally

Feb 10, 2015

  • HB 2687 – Relating To Personal Income Taxes

Feb 12, 2015

  • HB 2703 – Permitting In Absentia Parole Hearings In Certain Instances

Feb 12, 2015

  • HB 2706 – Providing a Pay Increase For Certain Employees Of The Division Of Highways

Feb 13, 2015

  • HB 2721 – Specifying Who Receives Notice Of Parole Hearings Via Regular Or Certified Mail

Feb 16, 2015

  • HB 2775 – Relating To Salary Increase For Veteran’s Service Officer 1 And Veteran’s Service Officer 2 Positions

Feb 17, 2015

  • HB 2784 – Requiring Certification Of Correctness As To Design, Construction And Performance Of Domestic And Commercial Liquefied Petroleum Gas-Consuming Equipment And Appliances

Feb 17, 2015

  • HB 2788 – Providing School Days To Register And Transport Students To Vote

Feb 20, 2015

  • HB 2866 – Establishing Legislative Findings, Providing Physical Education And Physical Activity Requirements For Physical Education Classes In Schools

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 2899 – Relating To Career Progression Of Members Of The State Police

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 2954 – Expanding The Promise Scholarship To Technical And Community College Students

Mar 10, 2015

  • HCR 129 – The John Pino Bridge

Mar 11, 2015

  • HCR 134 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance To Study The Health Care Authority And The Certificate Of Need Review Process

Mar 11, 2015

  • HCR 135 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance To Study State Hospitals In Regards To The Hartley Case

Mar 11, 2015

  • HCR 136 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance Study That Insurers Cover Topical Ophthalmic Treatment Early Refills In a Manner Similar To Or Consistent With Cms Guidelines

Mar 11, 2015

  • HCR 137 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance To Study Access And Costs Associated With Cancer Clinical Trials

Mar 11, 2015

  • HCR 138 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance To Study And Review The Managed Care System Within The Bureau For Medical Services

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

Mar 14, 2015

  • HCR 155 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance To Study The Reporting, Investigation And Prosecution Of Sexual Assault Cases In The West Virginia National Guard, And Determine The Need, If Any, To Adopt Investigative Procedures Independent Of The Military Justice System

Jan 28, 2015

  • HCR 29 – That April 2 Be Designated As West Virginia Autism Awareness Day

Jan 28, 2015

  • HCR 30 – The Baisden Family 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 42 – The Boyhood Home Of Booker T. Washington

Feb 10, 2015

  • HCR 51 – Making The Fiddle The Official Musical Instrument Of The State Of West Virginia

Feb 12, 2015

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

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

Feb 25, 2015

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

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 2081 – Making Electronic Payments Subject To The Same Fees As Are Currently Permitted For Returned Checks

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2086 – Establishing a Funding Source And Programs For Persons With Traumatic Brain Injury

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2087 – Requiring Regulated Consumer Lenders To Provide a Substantial Benefit Or a Substantial Benefit Disclosure Form For Certain Loans

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2109 – Creative Communities Development Act

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2146 – Relating To Conduct And Circumstances Of Child Abuse

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2180 – Exempting From The Sales And Use Tax Special Equipment Installed In a Motor Vehicle For The Use Of a Person With Physical Disabilities

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2250 – Providing a Loan Forgiveness Program For Nurses, Social Workers, Dentists And Hygienists

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2282 – Prohibiting The Use Of a Person’s Credit History In Insurance Transactions

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2346 – The Uniform Debt Management Services Act

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2394 – Removing The Statutory Reference To The Salary Of The Executive Director Of The Women’s Commission

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2396 – Eliminating The Motor Fuels Tax On Heating Oil For Residential Use By Eligible Seniors

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2410 – Prohibiting Declination, Cancellation Or Nonrenewal Of a Property Insurance Policy If The Insured Does Not File a Claim Relating To The Loss Or Damage To Insured Property

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2412 – Ensuring That Borrowers Are Provided Accurate Notice Of Their Right To Cure a Default On Any Installment Or Other Secured Obligation

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2418 – Requiring The Public Employees Insurance Agency And Its Contractors, Under Certain Circumstances, To Advertise That They Are Seeking Bids Prior To Accepting Bids

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2472 – Increasing The Speed Limit From 60 Mph To 70 Mph On a Specific Section Of I-77

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2495 – Requiring Participation In a Drug Treatment Program For All Drug Offenders

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2551 – Prohibiting Insurers From Increasing Premiums Following Payment Of a Claim In Certain Circumstances

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2768 – Regulating Tanning Facilities

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2828 – Relating To The Crime Of Soliciting Or Attempting To Solicit a Child Into a Motor Vehicle Near a School

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2831 – Relating To Mandatory Immunizations For School Children

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2856 – Prohibiting Discrimination Based Upon Age Or Sexual Orientation

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2870 – Providing a Discount On State Campground Rentals For Veterans

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2873 – Requiring That Public Schools Provide Facilities For Students Of All Faiths And Religions To Have a Place Of Fellowship, Prayer And Worship

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2878 – Clarifying That a Valid West Virginia Identification Card Is An Acceptable Form Of Id To Prove Age And Residency For Purposes Of Obtaining a Senior Citizen Campground Rental Discount

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2893 – Relating To Preservation Of Cemeteries

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2935 – Increasing Certain Penalties Under The Child Pornography Law To Make Them Similar To Those Imposed Under Federal Law

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2952 – Work Share West Virginia

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2963 – Providing Educators Released Time To Serve On County Commissions

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2993 – Allowing Counties And Municipalities To Levy a Sales Tax On Food And Beverages Sold At Restaurants

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 3002 – Requiring The Parkways Authority To Provide Free Daily Toll Passes For Veterans Under Certain Circumstances

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 3008 – Requiring The Three Commissioners Of The Public Service Commission Be Elected From The Three Congressional Districts For Six-Year Terms

Jan 14, 2014

  • HB 4161 – Allowing State Police, Police, Sheriffs And Fire And Emergency Service Personnel To Possess Naloxone Or Other Approved Opioid Antagonist

Jan 14, 2014

  • HB 4172 – Reallocating And Dedicating The Coal Severance Tax Revenues Annually To The Coal-Producing Counties Of Origin

Jan 15, 2014

  • HB 4189 – Overdose Prevention Act

Jan 15, 2014

  • HB 4190 – Relating To Controlling Methamphetamine

Jan 15, 2014

  • HB 4191 – Increasing The Excise Tax On Cigarettes And All Other Tobacco Products

Jan 17, 2014

  • HB 4206 – Providing That Van Accessible Mobility Impaired Parking Spaces May Be Used Only By a Van

Jan 17, 2014

  • HB 4212 – Establishing a Methamphetamine Registry

Jan 17, 2014

  • HB 4214 – Relating To Persons Being Discharged From Mental Health Facilities

Jan 17, 2014

  • HB 4215 – Requiring The Director Of The Purchasing Division’s Direct Purchases Be Consistent With The Other Requirements Of The Purchasing Process And Best Value Contracting

Jan 17, 2014

  • HB 4219 – Auditing The Division Of Highways

Jan 17, 2014

  • HB 4222 – Providing The Parkways Authority With The Power To Issue $500 Million Worth Of Bonds

Jan 20, 2014

  • HB 4230 – Relating To The Secondary Schools Athletic Commission

Jan 20, 2014

  • HB 4231 – Relating To The Effect Of Adoption On Grandparent Visitation Rights

Jan 20, 2014

  • HB 4233 – Relating To Unattended Motor Vehicles

Jan 21, 2014

  • HB 4236 – Sexual Assault Nurse Examination Network

Jan 21, 2014

  • HB 4240 – Regulating Synthetic Marijuana And Other Synthetic Drugs As Schedule I Drugs

Jan 21, 2014

  • HB 4252 – Changing The Way Counties Pay For Regional Jail Inmates

Jan 22, 2014

  • HB 4263 – Providing For The Transfer Of Ownership, Operation And Maintenance Of Certain Assets Of The West Virginia Parkways Authority To The Division Of Highways

Jan 23, 2014

  • HB 4264 – Creating The Compassionate Use Act For Medical Cannabis

Jan 23, 2014

  • HB 4265 – Defining Collector Motor Vehicle And a Motor Vehicle Collector

Jan 23, 2014

  • HB 4267 – Legalizing And Regulating The Sale And Use Of Fireworks And Creating The West Virginia Veterans Program Fund

Jan 23, 2014

  • HB 4275 – Making West Virginia’s Water Pollution Control Act Consistent With The Federal Water Pollution Act

Jan 23, 2014

  • HB 4280 – Relating To The Department Of Health And Human Resources

Jan 24, 2014

  • HB 4299 – Removing The Expiration Date For The Tax Rate On Eligible Acute Care Hospitals

Jan 24, 2014

  • HB 4309 – Permitting a Person To Keep a Firearm In His Or Her Motor Vehicle Upon The Grounds Of The State Capitol Complex

Jan 24, 2014

  • HB 4336 – Relating To State Control Of County Schools

Jan 27, 2014

  • HB 4341 – Relating To Cable Television

Jan 27, 2014

  • HB 4342 – Expanding Prescriptive Authority Of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses And Certified Nurse-Midwives

West Virginia Senate Act (2015 Regular Session – SB 195)

West Virginia Senate Act (2015 Regular Session – SB 195)

Authorizing Conservation Committee Promulgate Legislative Rule Relating to Financial Assistance Programs

Session: 2015 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: Senate
Bill: West Virginia Senate SB 195
Introduced: Jan 14, 2015
Signed by Governor: Mar 31, 2015

Subjects

Sponsors

Herb Snyder, West VirginiaHerb Snyder
primary
(Democratic)
District 16

Bill Votes

Mar 14, 2015
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  100   No:  0   Other:  0  
Mar 14, 2015
PASSAGE
Yes:  100   No:  0   Other:  0  
Mar 2, 2015
Passage
Yes:  34   No:  0   Other:  0  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
Apr 15, 2015   Senate   Chapter 161## Acts## Regular Session## 2015
Mar 31, 2015   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/31/15
Mar 27, 2015   Senate   To Governor 3/27/15
Mar 18, 2015   Senate   To Governor 3/27/15 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2015   Senate   To Governor 3/27/15 – House Journal
Mar 18, 2015   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/31/15 – House Journal
Mar 18, 2015   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/31/15 – Senate Journal
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   On 3rd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   Passed House (Roll No. 561)
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 562)
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   Communicated to Senate
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   House Message received
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill (Roll No. 37)
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 37)
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   Communicated to House
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   Completed legislative action
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   House received Senate message
Mar 13, 2015   Senate   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 13, 2015   Senate   Read 2nd time
Mar 13, 2015   Senate   Committee amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Mar 12, 2015   Senate   With amendment## do pass
Mar 12, 2015   Senate   Immediate consideration
Mar 12, 2015   Senate   Read 1st time
Mar 3, 2015   Senate   Introduced in House
Mar 3, 2015   Senate   To Judiciary
Mar 3, 2015   Senate   To House Judiciary
Mar 2, 2015   Senate   On 3rd reading
Mar 2, 2015   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 2, 2015   Senate   Passed Senate (Roll No. 3)
Mar 2, 2015   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 3)
Mar 2, 2015   Senate   Ordered to House
Mar 1, 2015   Senate   On 2nd reading
Mar 1, 2015   Senate   Read 2nd time
Feb 28, 2015   Senate   On 1st reading
Feb 28, 2015   Senate   Read 1st time
Feb 27, 2015   Senate   Reported do pass
Jan 29, 2015   Senate   Reported do pass## but first to Judiciary
Jan 29, 2015   Senate   To Judiciary
Jan 14, 2015   Senate   Filed for introduction
Jan 14, 2015   Senate   To Natural Resources then Judiciary
Jan 14, 2015   Senate   Introduced in Senate
Jan 14, 2015   Senate   To Natural Resources

Relating to Investments by Mu, Wvu and Wvsom (SB 425)

Relating to Investments by Mu, Wvu and Wvsom (SB 425) in West Virginia

West Virginia Senate Act (2015 Regular Session – SB 425)

Session: 2015 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: Senate
Bill: West Virginia Senate SB 425
Introduced: Feb 6, 2015
Signed by Governor: Mar 31, 2015

Sponsors

Robert Plymale, West VirginiaRobert Plymale
primary
(Democratic)
District 5
Mike Hall, West VirginiaMike Hall
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 4
Roman Prezioso, West VirginiaRoman Prezioso
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 13
Kent Leonhardt, West VirginiaKent Leonhardt
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 2
Chris Walters, West VirginiaChris Walters
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 8
Bob Williams, West VirginiaBob Williams
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 14
Mitch Carmichael, West VirginiaMitch Carmichael
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 4
William Laird, West VirginiaWilliam Laird
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 10
Jeffrey Kessler, West VirginiaJeffrey Kessler
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 2
Ron Stollings, West VirginiaRon Stollings
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 7
Ronald Miller, West VirginiaRonald Miller
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 10
Daniel Hall, West VirginiaDaniel Hall
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 9

Bill Votes

Mar 14, 2015
PASSAGE
Yes:  100   No:  0   Other:  0  
Feb 20, 2015
Passage
Yes:  34   No:  0   Other:  0  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
Apr 15, 2015   Senate   Chapter 148## Acts## Regular Session## 2015
Mar 31, 2015   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/31/15
Mar 27, 2015   Senate   To Governor 3/27/15
Mar 18, 2015   Senate   To Governor 3/27/15 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2015   Senate   To Governor 3/27/15 – House Journal
Mar 18, 2015   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/31/15 – House Journal
Mar 18, 2015   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/31/15 – Senate Journal
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   On 3rd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   Passed House (Roll No. 588)
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   Communicated to Senate
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   Completed legislative action
Mar 14, 2015   Senate   House Message received
Mar 13, 2015   Senate   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 13, 2015   Senate   Read 2nd time
Mar 12, 2015   Senate   On 1st reading## Special Calendar
Mar 12, 2015   Senate   Read 1st time
Mar 11, 2015   Senate   Do pass
Mar 6, 2015   Senate   Do pass## but first to Finance
Mar 6, 2015   Senate   To House Finance
Feb 20, 2015   Senate   On 3rd reading
Feb 20, 2015   Senate   Read 3rd time
Feb 20, 2015   Senate   Passed Senate (Roll No. 5)
Feb 20, 2015   Senate   Ordered to House
Feb 20, 2015   Senate   Introduced in House
Feb 20, 2015   Senate   To Education then Finance
Feb 20, 2015   Senate   To House Education
Feb 19, 2015   Senate   On 2nd reading
Feb 19, 2015   Senate   Read 2nd time
Feb 18, 2015   Senate   On 1st reading
Feb 18, 2015   Senate   Read 1st time
Feb 17, 2015   Senate   Reported do pass
Feb 6, 2015   Senate   Filed for introduction
Feb 6, 2015   Senate   To Education
Feb 6, 2015   Senate   Introduced in Senate
Feb 6, 2015   Senate   To Education

Reducing the Assessment Paid by Hospitals to the Health Care Authority (HB 2652)

Reducing the Assessment Paid by Hospitals to the Health Care Authority (HB 2652) in West Virginia

West Virginia House Act (2015 Regular Session – HB 2652)

Session: 2015 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: House
Bill: West Virginia House HB 2652
Introduced: Feb 6, 2015
Signed by Governor: Mar 27, 2015

Sponsors

Joe Ellington, West VirginiaJoe Ellington
primary
(Republican)
District 27
Eric Householder, West VirginiaEric Householder
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 64
Bob Ashley, West VirginiaBob Ashley
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 11
Brent Boggs, West VirginiaBrent Boggs
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 34
Michael Folk, West VirginiaMichael Folk
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 63
Bill Hamilton, West VirginiaBill Hamilton
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 45
Gary Howell, West VirginiaGary Howell
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 56
Pat McGeehan, West VirginiaPat McGeehan
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 1
Erikka Storch, West VirginiaErikka Storch
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 3
Ryan Weld, West VirginiaRyan Weld
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 2
Mark Zatezalo, West VirginiaMark Zatezalo
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 1

Bill Votes

Mar 12, 2015
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  91   No:  3   Other:  6  
Mar 12, 2015
PASSAGE-SENATE AMENDED HB
Yes:  91   No:  4   Other:  5  
Mar 11, 2015
Passage
Yes:  33   No:  0   Other:  1  
Feb 26, 2015
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  94   No:  6   Other:  0  
Feb 26, 2015
PASSAGE
Yes:  93   No:  7   Other:  0  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
Apr 15, 2015   House   Chapter 125## 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 Message received
Mar 12, 2015   House   House received Senate message
Mar 12, 2015   House   House concurred in Senate amendment and passed bill (Roll No. 498)
Mar 12, 2015   House   Effective from passage (Roll No. 499)
Mar 12, 2015   House   Communicated to Senate
Mar 12, 2015   House   Completed legislative action
Mar 11, 2015   House   On 3rd reading
Mar 11, 2015   House   Read 3rd time
Mar 11, 2015   House   Passed Senate with amended title (Roll No. 22)
Mar 11, 2015   House   Effective from passage (Roll No. 22)
Mar 11, 2015   House   Senate requests House to concur
Mar 10, 2015   House   On 2nd reading
Mar 10, 2015   House   Read 2nd time
Mar 10, 2015   House   Committee amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Mar 9, 2015   House   Reported do pass## with amendment and title amendment
Mar 9, 2015   House   Immediate consideration
Mar 9, 2015   House   Read 1st time
Feb 27, 2015   House   House Message received
Feb 27, 2015   House   Introduced in Senate
Feb 27, 2015   House   To Finance
Feb 27, 2015   House   To Finance
Feb 26, 2015   House   On 3rd reading## Special Calendar
Feb 26, 2015   House   Read 3rd time
Feb 26, 2015   House   Passed House (Roll No. 208)
Feb 26, 2015   House   Effective from passage (Roll No. 209)
Feb 26, 2015   House   Communicated to Senate
Feb 25, 2015   House   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Feb 25, 2015   House   Read 2nd time
Feb 24, 2015   House   On 1st reading## Special Calendar
Feb 24, 2015   House   Read 1st time
Feb 23, 2015   House   By substitute## do pass
Feb 13, 2015   House   With amendment## do pass## but first to Finance
Feb 13, 2015   House   To House Finance
Feb 6, 2015   House   Filed for introduction
Feb 6, 2015   House   To Health and Human Resources then Finance
Feb 6, 2015   House   Introduced in House
Feb 6, 2015   House   To House Health and Human Resources

Exempting Certain Construction Contractor Purchases From Consumers Sales, Service and Use Tax (SB 247)

Exempting Certain Construction Contractor Purchases From Consumers Sales, Service and Use Tax (SB 247) in West Virginia

West Virginia Senate Act (2011 Regular Session – SB 247)

Session: 2011 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: Senate
Bill: West Virginia Senate SB 247
Introduced: Jan 25, 2011
Signed by Governor: Mar 24, 2011

Sponsors

Hall

Bill Votes

Mar 12, 2011
PASSAGE
Yes:  94   No:  5   Other:  1  
Mar 12, 2011
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  93   No:  6   Other:  1  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
May 4, 2011   Senate   Chapter 168## Acts## Regular Session## 2011
Mar 24, 2011   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/24/11
Mar 22, 2011   Senate   To Governor 3/22/11
Mar 18, 2011   Senate   To Governor 3/22/11 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2011   Senate   To Governor 3/22/11 – House Journal
Mar 18, 2011   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/24/11 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2011   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/24/11 – House Journal
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   On 3rd reading## House Calendar
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Placed on Special Calender
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Passed House (Roll No. 474)
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Title amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 475)
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Communicated to Senate
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   House Message received
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill (Roll No. 75)
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 75)
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Communicated to House
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   Completed legislative action
Mar 12, 2011   Senate   House received Senate message
Mar 10, 2011   Senate   From Special Calendar## 3rd reading## placed on House Calendar
Mar 9, 2011   Senate   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 9, 2011   Senate   Read 2nd time
Mar 9, 2011   Senate   Committee amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Mar 8, 2011   Senate   From House Calendar## 1st reading## placed on Special Calendar
Mar 8, 2011   Senate   Read 1st time
Mar 7, 2011   Senate   With amendment## do pass
Feb 23, 2011   Senate   Introduced in House
Feb 23, 2011   Senate   To Finance
Feb 23, 2011   Senate   To House Finance
Feb 22, 2011   Senate   On 3rd reading
Feb 22, 2011   Senate   Read 3rd time
Feb 22, 2011   Senate   Passed Senate (Roll No. 4)
Feb 22, 2011   Senate   Ordered to House
Feb 21, 2011   Senate   On 2nd reading
Feb 21, 2011   Senate   Read 2nd time
Feb 18, 2011   Senate   On 1st reading
Feb 18, 2011   Senate   Read 1st time
Feb 17, 2011   Senate   Reported do pass
Feb 9, 2011   Senate   Committee substitute reported## but first to Finance
Feb 9, 2011   Senate   To Finance
Jan 25, 2011   Senate   Filed for introduction
Jan 25, 2011   Senate   To Economic Development then Finance
Jan 25, 2011   Senate   Introduced in Senate
Jan 25, 2011   Senate   To Economic Development

Authorizing Miscellaneous Boards and Agencies to Promulgate Legislative Rules (HB 2689)

Authorizing Miscellaneous Boards and Agencies to Promulgate Legislative Rules (HB 2689) in West Virginia

West Virginia House Act (2013 Regular Session – HB 2689)

Session: 2013 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: House
Bill: West Virginia House HB 2689
Introduced: Feb 25, 2013
Signed by Governor: Apr 17, 2013

Sponsors

Meshea Poore, West VirginiaMeshea Poore
primary
Justin Marcum, West VirginiaJustin Marcum
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 20
Barbara Fleischauer, West VirginiaBarbara Fleischauer
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 51
Jeff Eldridge, West VirginiaJeff Eldridge
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 22

Bill Votes

Apr 13, 2013
Passage
Yes:  34   No:  0   Other:  0  
Apr 13, 2013
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  71   No:  28   Other:  1  
Apr 13, 2013
PASSAGE-SENATE AMENDED HB
Yes:  67   No:  32   Other:  1  
Apr 3, 2013
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  64   No:  35   Other:  1  
Apr 3, 2013
PASSAGE
Yes:  60   No:  39   Other:  1  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
May 15, 2013   House   Chapter 120## Acts## 2013
Apr 30, 2013   House   Approved by Governor 4/30/13
Apr 29, 2013   House   To Governor 4/29/13
Apr 17, 2013   House   To Governor 4/29/13 – Senate Journal
Apr 17, 2013   House   To Governor 4/29/13 – House Journal
Apr 17, 2013   House   Approved by Governor 4/30/13 – Senate Journal
Apr 17, 2013   House   Approved by Governor 4/30/13 – House Journal
Apr 13, 2013   House   On 3rd reading
Apr 13, 2013   House   Read 3rd time
Apr 13, 2013   House   Passed Senate with amended title (Roll No. 25)
Apr 13, 2013   House   Effective from passage (Roll No. 25)
Apr 13, 2013   House   Senate requests House to concur
Apr 13, 2013   House   House received Senate message
Apr 13, 2013   House   House concurred in Senate amendment and passed bill (Roll No. 458)
Apr 13, 2013   House   Effective from passage (Roll No. 459)
Apr 13, 2013   House   Communicated to Senate
Apr 13, 2013   House   Completed legislative action
Apr 13, 2013   House   House Message received
Apr 12, 2013   House   On 2nd reading
Apr 12, 2013   House   Read 2nd time
Apr 12, 2013   House   Committee amendments adopted (Voice vote)
Apr 12, 2013   House   Floor amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Apr 11, 2013   House   Reported do pass## with amendments
Apr 11, 2013   House   Immediate consideration
Apr 11, 2013   House   On 1st reading
Apr 11, 2013   House   Read 1st time
Apr 4, 2013   House   House Message received
Apr 4, 2013   House   Introduced in Senate
Apr 4, 2013   House   To Judiciary
Apr 3, 2013   House   On 3rd reading## Special Calendar
Apr 3, 2013   House   Read 3rd time
Apr 3, 2013   House   Passed House (Roll No. 165)
Apr 3, 2013   House   Effective date rejected (Roll No. 166)
Apr 3, 2013   House   Communicated to Senate
Apr 2, 2013   House   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Apr 2, 2013   House   Read 2nd time
Apr 1, 2013   House   From House Calendar## 1st reading## placed on Special Calendar
Apr 1, 2013   House   Read 1st time
Mar 29, 2013   House   By substitute## do pass
Mar 12, 2013   House   Do pass## but first to Judiciary
Mar 12, 2013   House   To House Judiciary
Feb 25, 2013   House   Filed for introduction
Feb 25, 2013   House   To Health and Human Resources then Judiciary
Feb 25, 2013   House   Introduced in House
Feb 25, 2013   House   To House Health and Human Resources