Monthly Archives: July 2015

Relating to Insurance Coverage for Autism Spectrum Disorders (HB 4260)

Relating to Insurance Coverage for Autism Spectrum Disorders (HB 4260) in West Virginia

West Virginia House Act (2012 Regular Session – HB 4260)

Session: 2012 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: House
Bill: West Virginia House HB 4260
Introduced: Jan 23, 2012
Signed by Governor: Apr 2, 2012

Sponsors

Barbara Fleischauer, West VirginiaBarbara Fleischauer
primary
(Democratic)
District 51
Tim Miley, West VirginiaTim Miley
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 48
Bonnie Brown, West VirginiaBonnie Brown
cosponsor
Mike Caputo, West VirginiaMike Caputo
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 50
Mark Hunt, West VirginiaMark Hunt
cosponsor
Linda Longstreth, West VirginiaLinda Longstreth
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 50
John Pino, West VirginiaJohn Pino
cosponsor
John Overington, West VirginiaJohn Overington
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 62
Kelli Sobonya, West VirginiaKelli Sobonya
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 18

Bill Votes

Mar 10, 2012
PASSAGE-SENATE AMENDED HB
Yes:  98   No:  0   Other:  2  
Feb 23, 2012
PASSAGE
Yes:  96   No:  0   Other:  4  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
Apr 10, 2012   House   Chapter 94## Acts## 2012
Apr 2, 2012   House   Approved by Governor 4/2/12
Mar 26, 2012   House   To Governor 3/26/12
Mar 16, 2012   House   To Governor 3/26/12 – House Journal
Mar 16, 2012   House   To Governor 3/26/12 – Senate Journal
Mar 16, 2012   House   Approved by Governor 4/2/12 – Senate Journal
Mar 16, 2012   House   Approved by Governor 4/2/12 – House Journal
Mar 10, 2012   House   House received Senate message
Mar 10, 2012   House   House concurred in Senate amendment and passed bill (Roll No. 385)
Mar 10, 2012   House   Communicated to Senate
Mar 10, 2012   House   Completed legislative action
Mar 10, 2012   House   House Message received
Mar 9, 2012   House   On 2nd reading
Mar 9, 2012   House   Read 2nd time
Mar 9, 2012   House   Committee amendments adopted (Voice vote)
Mar 9, 2012   House   On 3rd reading
Mar 9, 2012   House   Suspension of Constitutional Rule (Roll No. 59)
Mar 9, 2012   House   Read 3rd time
Mar 9, 2012   House   Passed Senate (Roll No. 60)
Mar 9, 2012   House   Senate requests House to concur
Mar 8, 2012   House   Reported do pass
Mar 7, 2012   House   Motion
Mar 7, 2012   House   Referred to Finance on 2nd reading
Mar 6, 2012   House   On 2nd reading
Mar 6, 2012   House   Laid over on 2nd reading 3/6/12
Mar 5, 2012   House   On 1st reading
Mar 5, 2012   House   Read 1st time
Mar 2, 2012   House   Reported do pass## with amendments
Feb 24, 2012   House   Introduced in Senate
Feb 24, 2012   House   To Banking and Insurance
Feb 23, 2012   House   On 3rd reading## Special Calendar
Feb 23, 2012   House   Read 3rd time
Feb 23, 2012   House   Passed House (Roll No. 100)
Feb 23, 2012   House   Communicated to Senate
Feb 22, 2012   House   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Feb 22, 2012   House   Read 2nd time
Feb 21, 2012   House   From House Calendar## 1st reading## placed on Special Calendar
Feb 21, 2012   House   Read 1st time
Feb 20, 2012   House   By substitute## do pass
Feb 3, 2012   House   Do pass## but first to Finance
Feb 3, 2012   House   To House Finance
Jan 23, 2012   House   Filed for introduction
Jan 23, 2012   House   To Judiciary then Finance
Jan 23, 2012   House   Introduced in House
Jan 23, 2012   House   To House Judiciary

Providing for Sharing Juvenile Records in Certain Circumstances With Another State (HB 4504)

Providing for Sharing Juvenile Records in Certain Circumstances With Another State (HB 4504) in West Virginia

West Virginia House Act (2014 Regular Session – HB 4504)

Session: 2014 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: House
Bill: West Virginia House HB 4504
Introduced: Feb 13, 2014
Signed by Governor: Mar 7, 2014

Subjects

Sponsors

David Perry, West VirginiaDavid Perry
primary
(Democratic)
District 32
Jim Morgan, West VirginiaJim Morgan
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 16
Denise Campbell, West VirginiaDenise Campbell
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 43
John Ellem, West VirginiaJohn Ellem
cosponsor

Bill Votes

Feb 28, 2014
PASSAGE-SENATE AMENDED HB
Yes:  92   No:  0   Other:  8  
Feb 27, 2014
Passage
Yes:  34   No:  0   Other:  0  
Feb 24, 2014
PASSAGE
Yes:  96   No:  0   Other:  4  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
Apr 10, 2014   House   Chapter 102## Acts## Regular Session## 2014
Mar 8, 2014   House   Approved by Governor 3/7/14 – House Journal
Mar 7, 2014   House   Approved by Governor 3/7/14 – Senate Journal
Mar 7, 2014   House   Approved by Governor 3/7/14
Mar 6, 2014   House   To Governor 3/6/14 – Senate Journal
Mar 6, 2014   House   To Governor 3/6/14
Mar 6, 2014   House   To Governor 3/6/14 – House Journal
Mar 3, 2014   House   House Message received
Feb 28, 2014   House   House received Senate message
Feb 28, 2014   House   House concurred in Senate amendment and passed bill (Roll No. 230)
Feb 28, 2014   House   Communicated to Senate
Feb 28, 2014   House   Completed legislative action
Feb 27, 2014   House   On 3rd reading
Feb 27, 2014   House   Read 3rd time
Feb 27, 2014   House   Passed Senate with amended title (Roll No. 2)
Feb 27, 2014   House   Senate requests House to concur
Feb 26, 2014   House   On 2nd reading
Feb 26, 2014   House   Read 2nd time
Feb 26, 2014   House   Floor amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Feb 25, 2014   House   House Message received
Feb 25, 2014   House   Introduced in Senate
Feb 25, 2014   House   Immediate consideration
Feb 25, 2014   House   Committee reference dispensed
Feb 25, 2014   House   Read 1st time
Feb 24, 2014   House   On 3rd reading## Daily Calendar
Feb 24, 2014   House   Read 3rd time
Feb 24, 2014   House   Passed House (Roll No. 149)
Feb 24, 2014   House   Communicated to Senate
Feb 21, 2014   House   On 2nd reading## Daily Calendar
Feb 21, 2014   House   Read 2nd time
Feb 20, 2014   House   On 1st reading## Daily Calendar
Feb 20, 2014   House   Read 1st time
Feb 19, 2014   House   Do pass
Feb 13, 2014   House   Filed for introduction
Feb 13, 2014   House   To Judiciary
Feb 13, 2014   House   Introduced in House
Feb 13, 2014   House   To House Judiciary

West Virginia House Act (2013 Regular Session – HB 2541)

West Virginia House Act (2013 Regular Session – HB 2541)

Making a Supplementary Appropriation From the State Fund, State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund, to the Department of Health and Human Resources, Division of Human Services

Session: 2013 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: House
Bill: West Virginia House HB 2541
Introduced: Feb 19, 2013
Signed by Governor: Apr 17, 2013

Sponsors

Tim Armstead, West VirginiaTim Armstead
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 40

Bill Votes

Apr 13, 2013
Passage
Yes:  34   No:  0   Other:  0  
Apr 10, 2013
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  64   No:  35   Other:  1  
Apr 10, 2013
SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION
Yes:  64   No:  35   Other:  1  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
May 15, 2013   House   Chapter 6## Acts## 2013
Apr 22, 2013   House   To Governor 4/22/13
Apr 22, 2013   House   Approved by Governor 4/22/13
Apr 17, 2013   House   To Governor 4/22/13 – Senate Journal
Apr 17, 2013   House   To Governor 4/22/13 – House Journal
Apr 17, 2013   House   Approved by Governor 4/22/13 – Senate Journal
Apr 17, 2013   House   Approved by Governor 4/22/13 – House Journal
Apr 13, 2013   House   On 3rd reading
Apr 13, 2013   House   Read 3rd time
Apr 13, 2013   House   Passed Senate (Roll No. 19)
Apr 13, 2013   House   Effective from passage (Roll No. 19)
Apr 13, 2013   House   Senate requests House to concur
Apr 13, 2013   House   House received Senate message
Apr 13, 2013   House   Effective ninety days from passage
Apr 13, 2013   House   Communicated to Senate
Apr 13, 2013   House   Completed legislative action
Apr 12, 2013   House   On 2nd reading
Apr 12, 2013   House   Read 2nd time
Apr 11, 2013   House   House Message received
Apr 11, 2013   House   Introduced in Senate
Apr 11, 2013   House   To Finance
Apr 11, 2013   House   Reported do pass
Apr 11, 2013   House   Immediate consideration
Apr 11, 2013   House   On 1st reading
Apr 11, 2013   House   Read 1st time
Apr 10, 2013   House   On 3rd reading## Special Calendar
Apr 10, 2013   House   Read 3rd time
Apr 10, 2013   House   Passed House (Roll No. 240)
Apr 10, 2013   House   Effective date rejected (Roll No. 241)
Apr 10, 2013   House   Communicated to Senate
Apr 9, 2013   House   From House Calendar## 2nd reading## placed on Special Calendar
Apr 9, 2013   House   Read 2nd time
Apr 8, 2013   House   Do pass
Apr 8, 2013   House   Immediate consideration
Apr 8, 2013   House   Read 1st time
Feb 19, 2013   House   Filed for introduction
Feb 19, 2013   House   To Finance
Feb 19, 2013   House   Introduced in House
Feb 19, 2013   House   To House Finance

Authorizing Department of Transportation Promulgate Legislative Rules (SB 165)

Authorizing Department of Transportation Promulgate Legislative Rules (SB 165) in West Virginia

West Virginia Senate Act (2014 Regular Session – SB 165)

Session: 2014 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: Senate
Bill: West Virginia Senate SB 165
Introduced: Jan 8, 2014
Signed by Governor: Mar 20, 2014

Subjects

Sponsors

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

Bill Votes

Mar 7, 2014
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  89   No:  6   Other:  5  
Mar 7, 2014
PASSAGE
Yes:  90   No:  5   Other:  5  
Feb 4, 2014
Passage
Yes:  34   No:  0   Other:  0  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
Apr 14, 2014   Senate   Chapter 112## Acts## Regular Session## 2014
Mar 20, 2014   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/20/14
Mar 17, 2014   Senate   To Governor 3/17/14
Mar 14, 2014   Senate   To Governor 3/17/14 – House Journal
Mar 14, 2014   Senate   To Governor 3/17/14 – Senate Journal
Mar 14, 2014   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/20/14 – Senate Journal
Mar 14, 2014   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/20/14 – House Journal
Mar 8, 2014   Senate   House Message received
Mar 7, 2014   Senate   On 3rd reading## Daily Calendar
Mar 7, 2014   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 7, 2014   Senate   Passed House (Roll No. 311)
Mar 7, 2014   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 312)
Mar 7, 2014   Senate   Communicated to Senate
Mar 7, 2014   Senate   Completed legislative action
Mar 6, 2014   Senate   On 2nd reading## Daily Calendar
Mar 6, 2014   Senate   Read 2nd time
Mar 5, 2014   Senate   On 1st reading## Daily Calendar
Mar 5, 2014   Senate   Read 1st time
Mar 4, 2014   Senate   Do pass
Feb 5, 2014   Senate   Introduced in House
Feb 5, 2014   Senate   To Judiciary
Feb 5, 2014   Senate   To House Judiciary
Feb 4, 2014   Senate   On 3rd reading
Feb 4, 2014   Senate   Read 3rd time
Feb 4, 2014   Senate   Passed Senate (Roll No. 2)
Feb 4, 2014   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 2)
Feb 4, 2014   Senate   Ordered to House
Feb 3, 2014   Senate   On 2nd reading
Feb 3, 2014   Senate   Read 2nd time
Jan 31, 2014   Senate   On 1st reading
Jan 31, 2014   Senate   Read 1st time
Jan 30, 2014   Senate   Committee substitute reported
Jan 8, 2014   Senate   Filed for introduction
Jan 8, 2014   Senate   To Judiciary
Jan 8, 2014   Senate   Introduced in Senate
Jan 8, 2014   Senate   To Judiciary

Gregory Tucker

Tucker, Gregory A. in West Virginia

Gregory Tucker

Gregory Tucker, West Virginia
State: West Virginia

Committee Membership

Term: 2013-2014

Term: 2011-2012

Sponsored Bills Signed by Governor

Jan 8, 2014

Jan 10, 2014

Jan 15, 2014

Jan 15, 2014

Jan 16, 2014

Jan 20, 2014

Jan 21, 2014

Jan 21, 2014

Jan 30, 2014

Jan 31, 2014

Jan 31, 2014

Feb 11, 2014

Feb 13, 2014

Feb 13, 2014

Feb 17, 2014

Feb 17, 2014

Feb 18, 2013

Feb 18, 2013

Feb 28, 2013

Mar 6, 2013

Mar 7, 2013

Feb 13, 2013

Mar 25, 2013

Jan 11, 2012

Jan 12, 2012

Jan 12, 2012

Jan 20, 2012

Jan 25, 2012

Feb 1, 2012

Feb 2, 2012

Feb 2, 2012

Feb 13, 2012

Jan 26, 2011

Feb 7, 2011

Feb 10, 2011

Feb 21, 2011

Feb 28, 2011

Other Sponsored Bills

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 25 – Requiring Senate Advise And Consent For State Superintendent Of Schools Appointment

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 255 – Increasing Fire And Casualty Insurance Policies Surcharge To Benefit Fire Departments

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 256 – Providing Expiration Date On Lien Instrument Securing Obligation Payable On Demand

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 258 – Prohibiting Juveniles From Manufacturing, Possessing And Distributing Nude Images Of Minors

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 26 – Creating Emergency Generator Tax Credit

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 281 – Creating Felony Offense Of Dui Causing Injury Or Death

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 298 – Clarifying Distinction Between Hunters And Shooters In The Field

Jan 13, 2014

  • SB 336 – Relating To Possession And Administration Of Opioid Antagonist

Jan 14, 2014

  • SB 349 – Prohibiting Nonrenewal Or Cancellation Of Certain Property Insurance Coverage Policies

Jan 15, 2014

  • SB 352 – Promoting Development Of Corporate Sponsorships For State Parks And Recreation Areas

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 36 – Relating To Posting Of Property To Prohibit Hunting Or Trespassing

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 37 – Creating Personal Income Tax Checkoff For Jackson’s Mill 4-H Camp

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 38 – Reallocating Certain Oil And Gas Severance Tax Proceeds To Counties Of Origin

Jan 20, 2014

  • SB 384 – Prohibiting Certain Insurers Require Policyholders Use Mail-Order Pharmacy

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 40 – Providing Judges Appoint Public Defender Attorneys For Eligible Clients

Jan 22, 2014

  • SB 407 – Providing Renewal Of Lapsed Managing General Insurance Agent Licenses

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 41 – Providing Resident Tuition Rates For Children Of Wv Institution Graduates

Jan 23, 2014

  • SB 419 – Creating Overdose Prevention Act

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 42 – Providing For Construction Of Lou Tabit Freeway

Jan 23, 2014

  • SB 420 – Relating To Data Sharing In P-20W Longitudinal Data System

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 43 – Creating Crossbow Hunting License

Jan 24, 2014

  • SB 430 – Relating To Receipting Of State Moneys

Jan 27, 2014

  • SB 433 – Exempting Certain Precious Metal Sales From Consumers Sales Tax

Jan 27, 2014

  • SB 437 – Requiring Mortgage Brokers File Certain Reports With Division Of Financial Institutions

Jan 27, 2014

  • SB 438 – Revising Regulatory Structure Of Money Transmitters

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 44 – Expanding Hotel Occupancy Tax To Include Commercial Campsites

Jan 29, 2014

  • SB 448 – Providing One-Time Supplement For Certain Pers And Strs Retirees

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 45 – Specifying Certain Residency Requirements For Majority Of State-Chartered Banking Institution Directors

Jan 31, 2014

  • SB 459 – Removing Severance Tax On Timber

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 46 – Creating Informal Dispute Resolution Process To Certain Behavioral Health Providers

Feb 3, 2014

  • SB 466 – Creating Storm Scammer Consumer Protection Act

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 47 – Increasing Minimum Proof Of Financial Responsibility In Motor Vehicle Insurance Coverage

Feb 3, 2014

  • SB 477 – Providing Teachers Determine Use Of Time During Planning Period

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 48 – Authorizing Rural Resort Community As Limited Gaming Facility

Feb 4, 2014

  • SB 480 – Expanding Period During Which Certain Motor Vehicle Liens Are Valid

Feb 4, 2014

  • SB 481 – Requiring Dot Place Signs Honoring Fallen Veterans And Gold Star Families

Feb 4, 2014

  • SB 484 – Changing Experience Requirements Of Members Of Ethics Commission

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 49 – Relating To Review Of Adverse Determinations By Insurance Companies

Feb 5, 2014

  • SB 490 – Relating To Noncovered Insurance Discounts By Health Care Providers

Feb 5, 2014

  • SB 493 – Excluding Suspension Days In Determining Student Truancy

Feb 6, 2014

  • SB 498 – Permitting Persons To Possess Certain Firearms In Vehicle Without Concealed Deadly Weapons Permit

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 50 – Relating To Organization Of Physicians’ Mutual Insurance Company

Feb 10, 2014

  • SB 530 – Regulating Carbon Dioxide Emissions From Existing Fossil Fuel-Fired Electric Generating Units

Feb 11, 2014

  • SB 536 – Granting In-State Tuition To Honorably Discharged And Injured Veterans

Feb 12, 2014

  • SB 549 – Relating To Child Support Obligations And Orders

Feb 12, 2014

  • SB 552 – Increasing Penalty Related To Transporting Illegal Controlled Substances Into State

Feb 13, 2014

  • SB 565 – Ensuring Swa Closure Cost Assistance Funds Facilitate Closure Of Certain County Landfills

Feb 13, 2014

  • SB 566 – Relating To Domestic Violence Victims’ Eligibility For Unemployment Compensation Benefits

Feb 13, 2014

  • SB 573 – Establishing Cook-Meal Ratios For Full-Day And Half-Day School Cooks

Feb 14, 2014

  • SB 575 – Providing Educational Incentives And Longevity Pay For State Troopers

Feb 14, 2014

  • SB 576 – Providing For Construction Of Statewide Fiber Optic Broadband Infrastructure Network

Feb 14, 2014

  • SB 577 – Making Department Of Corrections And Dhhr Subject To Osha

Feb 14, 2014

  • SB 580 – Permitting Wine Sales At Certain College And University Sports Stadiums

Feb 14, 2014

  • SB 581 – Relating To Equipment Movement In Underground Coal Mines

Feb 14, 2014

  • SB 587 – Requiring Licensing Of Athletic Trainers By Board Of Physical Therapy

Feb 14, 2014

  • SB 589 – Authorizing Issuance Of Family Of Fallen Hero License Plates

Feb 14, 2014

  • SB 593 – Authorizing Issuance Of Limited Lines Travel Insurance Producer License

Feb 14, 2014

  • SB 595 – Including Waste Management Facilities And Timber Operations In Facilities With Protection Against Property Crimes

Feb 14, 2014

  • SB 596 – Modifying Statute Of Limitations On Demand Note Collections

Feb 14, 2014

  • SB 597 – Clarifying Regulation Of Nonintoxicating Beer Brewers And Distributors

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 6 – Regulating Sale Of Drug Products Used In Manufacture Of Methamphetamine

Feb 17, 2014

  • SB 606 – Implementing Exotic Entertainment Facility License Surcharge

Feb 17, 2014

  • SB 607 – Providing Act Of Domestic Violence Or Sexual Offense By Strangling Is Aggravated Felony

Feb 17, 2014

  • SB 614 – Providing Standard For Determining When Grandparent Has Standing For Child Custody

Feb 17, 2014

  • SB 630 – Updating Code Relating To Motor Vehicle Dealers, Distributors, Wholesalers And Manufacturers

Jan 8, 2014

  • SB 85 – Establishing Driver’s License Restoration Program

Jan 8, 2014

  • SCR 1 – Requesting Doh Name Becky’s Creek Bridge, Randolph County, U. S. Army Sgt. Cecil W. Kittle, Jr., Memorial Bridge

Mar 8, 2014

  • SCR 100 – Requesting Joint Standing Committee On Judiciary Study Summary Jury Trials

Jan 28, 2014

  • SCR 20 – Recognizing Value And Importance Of State’s Innovation Industry

Feb 4, 2014

  • SCR 24 – Designating Raleigh County Veterans Museum As Wv Veterans Museum

Feb 12, 2014

  • SCR 31 – Recognizing National Radio Astronomy Observatory’s Center For Stem Education

Feb 18, 2014

  • SCR 42 – Requesting Joint Committee On Government And Finance Study Farmers Market Vendors

Feb 21, 2014

  • SCR 46 – Requesting Doh Renovate Toney’s Fork Road For Use As State Road Into Beckley

Feb 21, 2014

  • SCR 49 – Requesting Joint Committee On Government And Finance Study Responsibilities For Child Protection And Care

Feb 25, 2014

  • SCR 56 – Requesting Joint Committee On Government And Finance Study Consumer Protection For Residential Roof Storm Damage

Feb 25, 2014

  • SCR 57 – Requesting Joint Committee On Government And Finance Study Financial Solvency Of Volunteer And Part-Volunteer Fire Companies

Feb 27, 2014

  • SCR 67 – Requesting Joint Committee On Government And Finance Study Probate Process

Mar 3, 2014

  • SCR 78 – Requesting Joint Committee On Government And Finance Study Bank Borrowing Terms To Insurance Companies

Mar 6, 2014

  • SCR 86 – Requesting School Building Authority Waive Matching Requirements And Fund Needed Improvements For School For Deaf And Blind

Mar 7, 2014

  • SCR 95 – Requesting Joint Committee On Government And Finance Study Long-Term Care Planning

Mar 7, 2014

  • SCR 96 – Requesting Joint Committee On Government And Finance Study Air-Ambulance Companies

Mar 8, 2014

  • SCR 98 – Requesting Joint Committee On Government And Finance Study Investigation Report On Bayer Cropscience Explosion

Mar 8, 2014

  • SCR 99 – Requesting Joint Standing Committee On Education Study Student-Administrator Ratio

Feb 4, 2014

  • SJR 10 – Proposing Constitutional Amendment Designated Right To Hunt, Fish, Harvest Wildlife In Wv Amendment

Feb 3, 2014

  • SJR 9 – Proposing Constitutional Amendment Designated Right To Hunt And Fish In Wv Amendment

Jan 29, 2014

  • SR 11 – Recognizing Value And Importance Of State’s Innovation Industry

Feb 3, 2014

  • SR 13 – Designating Randolph County Day

Feb 11, 2014

  • SR 24 – Recognizing Steve Antoline, 2014 Outstanding Tree Farmer

Feb 12, 2014

  • SR 26 – Designating Marshall University Day

Feb 21, 2014

  • SR 36 – Designating Higher Education Day

Mar 3, 2014

  • SR 43 – Memorializing Life And Public Service Of James Howard Buck Harless

Mar 5, 2014

  • SR 47 – Designating March As American Red Cross Month

Jan 27, 2014

  • SR 9 – Urging Construction Of State Veterans’ Nursing Home In Beckley

Feb 13, 2013

  • SB 105 – Waiving Adoption Filing Fees In Certain Cases

Feb 14, 2013

  • SB 159 – Creating Uniform Real Property Transfer On Death Act

Feb 15, 2013

  • SB 178 – Creating License Plate For Fallen Law-Enforcement Officers’ Next-Of-Kin

Feb 18, 2013

  • SB 193 – Repealing Code Relating To Sterilization Of Mentally Incompetent Persons

Feb 18, 2013

  • SB 201 – Permitting Expedited Partner Therapy

Feb 18, 2013

  • SB 206 – Repealing Code Allowing Sale Of Healthy Beverages And Soft Drinks In Schools

Feb 20, 2013

  • SB 325 – Creating Loan Forgiveness Program For Health Professionals

Mike Manypenny

Manypenny, Mike in West Virginia

Mike Manypenny

Mike Manypenny, West Virginia
State: West Virginia

Committee Membership

Term: 2013-2014

Term: 2011-2012

Sponsored Bills Signed by Governor

Jan 9, 2014

Jan 9, 2014

Jan 9, 2014

Jan 16, 2014

Jan 17, 2014

Jan 24, 2014

Jan 24, 2014

Jan 24, 2014

Feb 3, 2014

Feb 6, 2014

Feb 11, 2014

Feb 12, 2014

Feb 14, 2014

Feb 13, 2013

Feb 26, 2013

Mar 4, 2013

Mar 6, 2013

Mar 25, 2013

Mar 25, 2013

Jan 11, 2012

Jan 12, 2012

Jan 12, 2012

Feb 17, 2012

Jan 13, 2011

Jan 19, 2011

Other Sponsored Bills

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2032 – Allowing Political Parties To Obtain Ballot Access By Expanding The Scope Of The Definition Of Political Party

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2033 – Requiring An Automatic Home Confinement Sentence For Certain Nonviolent Misdemeanors

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2059 – Mandatory Funding Of Community Corrections Programs

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2060 – Increasing The Soft Drinks Tax

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2061 – Requiring Operators To Post a Bond For Each Well And To Condition The Release Of The Bond

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2062 – Studying The Environmental And Health Impacts Of Shale Gas Development

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2064 – Requiring a Driller Or Owner Of a Natural Gas Well Who Contaminates a Groundwater Aquifer To Remediate The Aquifer Until It Meets The Standards Of The Clean Water Act

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2066 – Requiring The Posting Of Material Data Safety Sheets And Documentation Of Fracking Fluid Components

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2067 – Providing Misdemeanor Criminal Penalty For Failing To Comply With Law Regarding Sale, Lease Or Disposition Of Municipal Property

Jan 9, 2014

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

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2093 – Requiring The Commissioner Of Highways To Require Bonds Be Posted In Connection With Major Construction, Mineral Extraction And Industrial Projects That Impact The Roads

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2110 – Providing That Visitation To a Grandparent Shall Consist Of a Minimum Of One Visit a Month

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2111 – Employing Best Available Control Technology To Control Air Pollution

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2112 – Prohibiting The Use Of Prophylactic Feeding Of Antibiotics To Livestock

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2113 – Establishing a Two Year Pilot Program On The Disposal Of Unused Pharmaceuticals

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2114 – Relating To Revocation Of Current And Future Horizontal Well Permits

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2130 – Establishing Prohibited Acts Relating To Possession Of Controlled Substances Obtained From More Than One Health Practitioner

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2136 – Providing Landowners Of Property Adjacent To Proposed Well Sites Copies Of The Application, The Erosion And Sediment Control Plan

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2137 – Enacting Zoning Ordinances That Regulate Drilling And Hydraulic Fracturing Activity

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2138 – Permitting Mineral Owners And Producers To Negotiate a New Lease Under Certain Conditions

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2143 – Requiring Liners In All New Surface Coal-Waste Impoundments And Requiring Regulations Relating To The Planning, Constructing And Maintenance Of The Liners

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2145 – Creating The Genetically Engineered Crop And Animal Farmer Protection Act

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2147 – Establishing a Minimum Number Of Troopers To Provide Basic Law Enforcement Services, And Providing Members Of The West Virginia State Police a $580 Salary Increase At The End Of Two Years Of Service

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2151 – Requiring The West Virginia Commissioner Of Highways To Use Recycled Materials In Construction Or Maintenance Of Roads And Highways

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2152 – Requiring Flowback Plans For All Work On Oil And Gas Wells

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2153 – Creating The Genetically Engineered Food Right To Know Act

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2161 – Continuing Education Requirement Of Building Code Inspectors

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2164 – Providing Rehabilitation Treatment Programs To Inmates Imprisoned In Any Jail

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2167 – Creating The Misdemeanor Offense For Child Neglect Resulting In a Substantial Risk Of Bodily Injury

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2175 – Requiring Certain Licensees To Take Continuing Education In Green Building

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2176 – Relating To Interconnection And Net-Metering Of Customer-Generators Of Renewable Energy

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2207 – Creating The Genetically Engineered Organism Liability Act

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2208 – Prohibiting Underground Injection Of Coal Slurry In New Permits Or Modifications And Renewals

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2210 – Relating To Energy Efficiency For Electric And Gas Utilities And Their Customers

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2211 – Imposing Advanced Recovery Fees On Consumers For The Purchase Of Electronic Devices

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2224 – Providing Paid Childbirth Leave For Higher Education Personnel

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2226 – Requiring That State Police Officers Be Compensated For Time When They Are Required To Be On Standby And Providing a Stipend For Housing Cost For Certain Officers

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2228 – Creating The Higher Education Merit Screening Advisory Committee

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2239 – Requiring Doctors And Hospitals To Bill Patients Within One Year Of When The Goods And Services Were Provided

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2244 – Providing That a Plant Based Substance Or Biological Organism Determined To Provide Any Potential Medical Benefit May Not Be Designated Or Rescheduled As a Class I Or Ii Controlled Substance

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2254 – Requiring An Emergency, Temporary And Permanent Water Supply When Gas And Oil Operations Have Resulted In Contamination, Diminution Or Interruption

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2255 – Studying Injection Induced Seismic Activity Associated With To Horizontal Well Drilling And Waste Injection

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2256 – Establishing a Cradle To Grave Monitoring System For Withdrawals Of Water Used In The Development Of Natural Wells

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2257 – Creating a Publicly Accessible Database Of Information Relevant To All Horizontally Drilled Wells

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2258 – 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

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2259 – Requiring Persons Giving Testimony Or Providing Information To The Legislature To Attest To The Truthfulness Of The Testimony

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2260 – Prohibiting The Drilling Of Horizontal Oil And Gas Wells Beneath Abandoned Wells

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2261 – Requiring Hospitals And Other Medical Service Providers To Bill Medicaid For Eligible Inmate Hospital And Professional Services

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2262 – Requiring Operators Of Natural Gas Wells And Surface Owners To Enter Into Surface Use Agreements

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2263 – Permitting Surface Owners To Receive a Two Percent Royalty For Minerals Extracted

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2264 – Disclosing To Surface Owners The Impact The Mineral Extraction Will Have On The Surface Owner

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2280 – Requiring Persons Who Are Not Members Of The American Association Of Professional Landmen To Have Two Years Or More Of Experience In Contracting For Oil And Gas Leases

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2302 – Providing a Personal Income Tax Modification For Certain Retirees Who Are In Long-Term Care Facilities

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2304 – Adding Oil And Gas Facilities, Wells, Pipelines And Tanks To The Coordinated Statewide Program Of Air Pollution Prevention

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2305 – Bpa-Free Kids Act

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2311 – Permitting The State To Opt Out Of a Federal Statute That Would Otherwise Not Allow a State Resident Who Has Been Convicted Of a Felony Involving a Controlled Substance From Receiving Certain Benefits

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2313 – Permitting Surface Owners To Purchase The Mineral Interests That Lay Below The Property When The Mineral Interest Becomes Subject To a Tax Lien

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2323 – West Virginia Energy Efficiency Act

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2347 – Establishing a Returnable Beverage Container Deposit Program

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2348 – Creating And Implementing a Fund To Encourage The Development And Use Of Renewable Forms Of Energy

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2358 – Stopping Accelerated Rate Recovery Because Of Adverse Effects Of Constructing Transmission Facilities And Revising The Definition Of Need

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2362 – Relating To Water Pollution Control

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2370 – Providing That Municipal Employees May Receive Up To Two Years Of Retirement Service Credit For Military Service

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2380 – Relating To Meeting And Conference Rights For Members Of Police Or Fire Departments Employed By Political Subdivisions

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2389 – Requiring County Commissions To Adopt County Farmland Protection Programs

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2392 – Creating An Equal Pay Coordinator Within The Division Of Personnel

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 2419 – Relating To Dual Liner Requirements

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2430 – Exempting The Construction Or Addition Of Active Solar Energy Systems From Real And Personal Property Taxation

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2555 – Electing Members Of County School Boards On a Nonpartisan Basis In General Elections Only

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2556 – Waiving The Publication Requirements Of Financial Statements For Class Iv Municipalities

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2565 – Providing Official Ballot Status To a Political Party That Received At Least One Per Cent Of The Votes

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2732 – Freedom From Unwarranted Surveillance Act

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2875 – Relating To Residential Solar Energy Tax Credits

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2893 – Relating To Preservation Of Cemeteries

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2926 – Requiring Health Insurers To Reimburse Ambulance Service Providers Directly For Ambulance Services Covered Under a Person’s Health Insurance Policy

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2947 – Permitting Surface Owners To Purchase The Mineral Interests That Lay Below The Property In Certain Circumstances

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 3001 – Requiring a Composite Soil Sampling And Testing Be Performed On The Ground Area Underneath a Pit Or Impoundment After It Has Been Drained

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 3017 – Requiring The State Fire Marshal To Propose Rules For Legislative Approval To Set Standards For Minimum Acceptable Fire Company On-Duty Staffing Levels

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 3036 – Improving Program Integrity For Medicaid And The Children’s Health Insurance Program

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 3046 – Requiring The Department Of Environmental Protection To Issue a Procedural Rule To Allow Surface Owners a Right To a Hearing And Appeal

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 3064 – Allowing The General Public To Use Certain Certified Timberland For Certain Recreational Purposes For That Property To Maintain Its Preferential Tax Status As Managed Timberland

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 3080 – Relating To Alternative And Renewable Energy Portfolio Standards

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 3085 – Requiring Persons Engaged In Natural Gas Horizontal Well Drilling Activities To Annually Submit a Report To The Department Of Labor Identifying The State Of Residency

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 3118 – Requiring a Change Of Venue In All Criminal Matters For Which The Sentence Could Be Life Without Mercy And To Allow For Appeals By Current Inmates

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 3132 – Creating The Offense Of Sexual Battery

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 3153 – Relating To Retailer Electronic Waste Collection

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 3154 – Relating To The Expungement Of Certain Felony Convictions

Jan 14, 2014

  • HB 4125 – Providing For The Collection Of Certain Fees Dedicated To Pay Civil Legal Fees For Low Income Persons

Jan 14, 2014

  • HB 4127 – Relating To Appointment Of Public Service Commissioners

Jan 17, 2014

  • HB 4209 – Domestic Violence Victims’ Eligibility For Unemployment Compensation Benefits

Jan 17, 2014

  • HB 4211 – Dui Vehicle Seizure

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 4216 – Adding Aircraft Operations On Private Airstrips And Farms To The Definition Of Recreational Purpose

Jan 17, 2014

  • HB 4218 – Permitting Counties To Adopt Certain Ordinances Relating To Dogs And Cats

Jan 17, 2014

  • HB 4223 – Requiring The Issuance Of a Search Warrant Before a Driver Of a Motor Vehicle Can Be Made To Submit To a Secondary Blood Test

Jan 21, 2014

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

Jan 21, 2014

  • HB 4250 – Relating To Exceptions To Prohibitions Against Carrying Concealed Handguns And Reciprocity Agreements For Concealed Carry

Jan 22, 2014

  • HB 4255 – Water Resources Protection And Management Act

Jan 23, 2014

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

Permitting Community Enhancement Districts to Decrease Annual Property Assessments (SB 489)

Permitting Community Enhancement Districts to Decrease Annual Property Assessments (SB 489) in West Virginia

West Virginia Senate Act (2013 Regular Session – SB 489)

Session: 2013 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: Senate
Bill: West Virginia Senate SB 489
Introduced: Mar 8, 2013
Signed by Governor: May 2, 2013

Sponsors

Douglas Facemire, West VirginiaDouglas Facemire
primary
(Democratic)
District 12
Samuel Cann, West VirginiaSamuel Cann
cosponsor
H. Chafin, West VirginiaH. Chafin
cosponsor
Larry Edgell, West VirginiaLarry Edgell
cosponsor
Art Kirkendoll, West VirginiaArt Kirkendoll
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 7
Herb Snyder, West VirginiaHerb Snyder
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 16
Ron Stollings, West VirginiaRon Stollings
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 7

Bill Votes

Apr 13, 2013
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  98   No:  0   Other:  2  
Apr 13, 2013
PASSAGE
Yes:  99   No:  0   Other:  1  
Apr 8, 2013
ADOPTION 2/3
Yes:  53   No:  40   Other:  7  
Mar 25, 2013
Passage
Yes:  34   No:  0   Other:  0  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
May 15, 2013   Senate   Chapter 30## Acts## Regular Session## 2013
May 2, 2013   Senate   Approved by Governor 5/2/13
May 1, 2013   Senate   To Governor 5/1/13
Apr 17, 2013   Senate   To Governor 5/1/13 – Senate Journal
Apr 17, 2013   Senate   To Governor 5/1/13 – House Journal
Apr 17, 2013   Senate   Approved by Governor 5/2/13 – Senate Journal
Apr 17, 2013   Senate   Approved by Governor 5/2/13 – 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. 391)
Apr 13, 2013   Senate   Title amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Apr 13, 2013   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 392)
Apr 13, 2013   Senate   Communicated to Senate
Apr 13, 2013   Senate   House Message received
Apr 13, 2013   Senate   Senate concurred in House amendment and passed bill (Roll No. 103)
Apr 13, 2013   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 103)
Apr 13, 2013   Senate   Communicated to House
Apr 13, 2013   Senate   Completed legislative action
Apr 12, 2013   Senate   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Apr 12, 2013   Senate   Read 2nd time
Apr 12, 2013   Senate   Committee amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Apr 11, 2013   Senate   From House Calendar## 1st reading## placed on Special Calendar
Apr 11, 2013   Senate   Read 1st time
Apr 10, 2013   Senate   With amendment## do pass
Apr 8, 2013   Senate   With amendment## do pass## but first to Finance
Apr 8, 2013   Senate   Motion to dispense second reference (Roll No. 221)
Apr 8, 2013   Senate   To House Finance
Mar 26, 2013   Senate   Introduced in House
Mar 26, 2013   Senate   To Judiciary then Finance
Mar 26, 2013   Senate   To House Judiciary
Mar 25, 2013   Senate   On 3rd reading
Mar 25, 2013   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 25, 2013   Senate   Passed Senate (Roll No. 4)
Mar 25, 2013   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 4)
Mar 25, 2013   Senate   Ordered to House
Mar 22, 2013   Senate   On 2nd reading
Mar 22, 2013   Senate   Read 2nd time
Mar 21, 2013   Senate   On 1st reading
Mar 21, 2013   Senate   Read 1st time
Mar 20, 2013   Senate   Reported do pass
Mar 8, 2013   Senate   Filed for introduction
Mar 8, 2013   Senate   To Government Organization
Mar 8, 2013   Senate   Introduced in Senate
Mar 8, 2013   Senate   To Government Organization

Ricky Moye

Moye, Rick in West Virginia

Ricky Moye

Ricky Moye, West Virginia
State: West Virginia
Party: Democratic
District: 29
Chamber: House

Committee Membership

Term: 2015-2016

Term: 2013-2014

Term: 2011-2012

Sponsored Bills Signed by Governor

Jan 20, 2015

Feb 4, 2015

Feb 12, 2015

Feb 18, 2015

Feb 23, 2015

Jan 20, 2014

Jan 24, 2014

Feb 19, 2014

Feb 13, 2013

Feb 13, 2013

Feb 14, 2013

Feb 15, 2013

Mar 7, 2013

Mar 14, 2013

Mar 14, 2013

Mar 20, 2013

Mar 21, 2013

Jan 12, 2012

Jan 13, 2012

Jan 16, 2012

Jan 19, 2012

Jan 19, 2012

Feb 3, 2012

Feb 17, 2012

Jan 14, 2011

Jan 17, 2011

Jan 18, 2011

Jan 19, 2011

Jan 20, 2011

Jan 25, 2011

Feb 11, 2011

Feb 11, 2011

Feb 21, 2011

Other Sponsored Bills

Jan 14, 2015

  • HB 2037 – Taxing Of Utility Terrain Vehicles

Jan 15, 2015

  • HB 2057 – Requiring That State Police Officers Be Compensated For Time When They Are Required To Be On Standby And Providing a Stipend For Housing Cost For Certain Officers

Jan 20, 2015

  • HB 2110 – Relating Generally To The Tax Treatment Of Manufacturing Entities

Jan 20, 2015

  • HB 2112 – Providing That School Nutrition Plans Include Take Home Meals For Low Income Students

Jan 20, 2015

  • HB 2113 – Increasing The Amount Of Retirement Income To Be Excluded From The Gross Income Of Individuals Receiving Retirement Benefits Under The West Virginia Public Employees Retirement System

Jan 20, 2015

  • HB 2151 – Making The West Virginia State Teacher Of The Year An Ex Officio, Nonvoting Member Of The West Virginia Board Of Education

Jan 20, 2015

  • HB 2152 – Prohibiting The Publication Of The Identities Of Persons Who Have Been Issued Licenses To Carry a Concealed Deadly Weapon

Jan 20, 2015

  • HB 2153 – The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

Jan 20, 2015

  • HB 2154 – Providing a One-Time Bonus Payable In July Of Every Year For Retired Public School Teachers And State Retirees

Jan 20, 2015

  • HB 2155 – Increasing Pay To Teachers And 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 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 2180 – Relating To Licenses To Sell Paraphernalia For Use With Controlled Substances

Jan 21, 2015

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

Jan 22, 2015

  • HB 2202 – Relating To More Equitable Disbursement Of Funds To County Boards

Jan 22, 2015

  • HB 2222 – Relating To Certain Members Of The Legislature And Certain Service By Members Of The Legislature

Jan 22, 2015

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

Jan 22, 2015

  • HB 2238 – Relating To Appointment Of Public Service Commissioners

Jan 23, 2015

  • HB 2271 – Relating To State Control Of County Schools

Jan 26, 2015

  • HB 2371 – Relating To Abortions Performed On Unemancipated Minors

Jan 27, 2015

  • HB 2411 – Authorizing The Secretary Of State To Prosecute Election Violations

Jan 27, 2015

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

Jan 27, 2015

  • HB 2417 – Relating To The State Teachers Retirement System

Jan 27, 2015

  • HB 2429 – Requiring a Convicted Sex Offender Who Volunteers For An Organization Whose Volunteers Have Contact With Minors To Inform That Organization Of His Or Her Conviction

Jan 27, 2015

  • HB 2434 – Requiring Any Employer To Retain a Job For Any Veteran With a Service-Connected Disability

Jan 27, 2015

  • HB 2435 – Increasing The Amount Of Annual And Incremental Salary Increases For Eligible Employees

Jan 27, 2015

  • HB 2436 – Increasing The Number Of Child Protective Service Workers

Jan 27, 2015

  • HB 2437 – Providing a Cost-Of-Living Provision For Certain Persons Retired

Jan 28, 2015

  • HB 2463 – Increasing The Maximum Personal Income Tax Exemption For Persons Over The Age Of Sixty-Five And For Persons Who Are Totally Disabled

Jan 28, 2015

  • HB 2464 – Exempting Disabled Veterans From Campground Rental Fees During Certain Times

Jan 28, 2015

  • HB 2470 – Relating To Nursing Education Faculty

Jan 28, 2015

  • HB 2471 – Relating To Food Handlers’ Licenses

Jan 28, 2015

  • HB 2484 – Clarifying The Statutory Restrictions Placed On Sex Offenders

Jan 29, 2015

  • HB 2513 – Relating To School Personnel, Employment Term And Class Titles Of Service Personnel And Definitions

Feb 2, 2015

  • HB 2545 – Relating To Reimbursement Of Certification Fee For National Board For Professional Teaching Standards Certification

Feb 3, 2015

  • HB 2568 – The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

Feb 12, 2015

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

Feb 13, 2015

  • HB 2731 – Increasing Salaries And Creating Longevity Pay Increases For All Employees Of The Division Of Corrections, The Regional Jail Authority And The Division Of Juvenile Services

Feb 17, 2015

  • HB 2791 – Increasing Benefits Of Retired State Personnel And Retired Teachers

Feb 18, 2015

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

Feb 20, 2015

  • HB 2830 – West Virginia Freedom Of Conscience Protection Act

Feb 20, 2015

  • HB 2848 – Requiring The Board Of Education To Implement a Comprehensive Drug Awareness Program In Grades K Through 12

Feb 20, 2015

  • HB 2862 – Adding Additional Magistrate Court Deputy Clerks

Feb 20, 2015

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

Feb 23, 2015

  • HB 2881 – West Virginia Intrastate Commerce Improvement Act

Feb 24, 2015

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

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 2966 – Relating To The Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 2971 – Continuing The Office Of Emergency Medical Services As An Independent Office Within The Department Of Military Affairs And Public Safety

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 3009 – Removing Criminal Penalties Applicable To Midwives

Feb 24, 2015

  • HB 3010 – Modifying Definitions Related To The One-Call System

Feb 27, 2015

  • HB 3017 – Addressing Sudden Cardiac Arrest In Interscholastic Athletes

Feb 26, 2015

  • HCR 100 – Applying For An Article V Amendments Convention To Propose a Constitutional Amendment Permitting a Calling Of a Convention Of The States

Feb 28, 2015

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

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 9, 2015

  • HCR 114 – Requesting That The Joint Committee On Government And Finance Study The Circumstances Where West Virginia Home Schooled Students Who Have Completed Their Course Work Should Be Authorized To Take The Ged Test

Mar 9, 2015

  • HCR 115 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance To Conduct a Study On State Funding For School Bus Replacement

Mar 9, 2015

  • HCR 116 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance To Conduct a Study On Appropriate Limits On The Number, Time And Uses Of State Summative Assessments

Mar 10, 2015

  • HCR 129 – The John Pino Bridge

Mar 10, 2015

  • HCR 130 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance To Study And Review Current Law, Procedure And Public Services Intended To Protect Against Senior Citizen Financial Abuse And Exploitation

Mar 10, 2015

  • HCR 131 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance To Study The Issues, Needs And Challenges Facing Senior Citizens In This State

Mar 11, 2015

  • HCR 140 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance To Conduct a Study On Public School Finance

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

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 6, 2015

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

Feb 12, 2015

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

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 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 86 – The Vince Cogar 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

Feb 25, 2015

  • HCR 92 – Requesting The Joint Committee On Government And Finance To Study The Need To Require Liability Insurance Coverage By Businesses Licensed To Sell Alcoholic Beverages, Nonintoxicating Beer Or Wine On Premises

Jan 20, 2015

  • HJR 5 – The Homestead Exemption Increase Amendment

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

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 2013 – Preventing a Reduction In The Annuity Of a Person Who Retires With Disability Retirement At Age Sixty-Five

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2047 – Verifying Legal Employment Status Of Workers

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2098 – Exempting Existing Churches From Paying Tax On Propane And Other Forms Of Heating Oil

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2130 – Establishing Prohibited Acts Relating To Possession Of Controlled Substances Obtained From More Than One Health Practitioner

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2150 – Taxing Of Utility Terrain Vehicles

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2226 – Requiring That State Police Officers Be Compensated For Time When They Are Required To Be On Standby And Providing a Stipend For Housing Cost For Certain Officers

Jan 9, 2014

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

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2262 – Requiring Operators Of Natural Gas Wells And Surface Owners To Enter Into Surface Use Agreements

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2267 – Creating The Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program Fund

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2268 – Increasing The Maximum Personal Income Tax Exemption For Persons Over The Age Of Sixty-Five And For Persons Who Are Totally Disabled

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2271 – Retaining Nursing Educators

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2281 – Increasing The Pay Grade Of Cafeteria Managers

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2301 – Prohibiting Declination Or Termination Of Property Insurance Based Solely Upon a Home Owner’s Possession Of a Certain Breed Of Dog

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2305 – Bpa-Free Kids Act

Jan 9, 2014

  • HB 2327 – Adding The County Sheriff, Or His Or Her Designee, To Those Law-Enforcement Officials Who Are Granted Access To Certain Confidential Pharmaceutical Information

Relating to Crime Victims Compensation Awards (SB 204)

Relating to Crime Victims Compensation Awards (SB 204) in West Virginia

West Virginia Senate Act (2014 Regular Session – SB 204)

Session: 2014 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: Senate
Bill: West Virginia Senate SB 204
Introduced: Jan 8, 2014
Signed by Governor: Mar 24, 2014

Subjects

Sponsors

John Unger, West VirginiaJohn Unger
primary
(Democratic)
District 16
Jeffrey Kessler, West VirginiaJeffrey Kessler
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 2

Bill Votes

Mar 8, 2014
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  93   No:  0   Other:  7  
Mar 8, 2014
PASSAGE
Yes:  94   No:  0   Other:  6  
Feb 26, 2014
Passage
Yes:  32   No:  1   Other:  1  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
Apr 14, 2014   Senate   Chapter 31## Acts## Regular Session## 2014
Mar 24, 2014   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/24/14
Mar 21, 2014   Senate   To Governor 3/21/14
Mar 14, 2014   Senate   To Governor 3/21/14 – Senate Journal
Mar 14, 2014   Senate   To Governor 3/21/14 – House Journal
Mar 14, 2014   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/24/14 – House Journal
Mar 14, 2014   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/24/14 – Senate Journal
Mar 8, 2014   Senate   On 3rd reading## Daily Calendar
Mar 8, 2014   Senate   Placed at foot of bills on 3rd reading
Mar 8, 2014   Senate   Amendment reported by the Clerk
Mar 8, 2014   Senate   Amended on 3rd reading
Mar 8, 2014   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 8, 2014   Senate   Passed House (Roll No. 452)
Mar 8, 2014   Senate   Title amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Mar 8, 2014   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 453)
Mar 8, 2014   Senate   Communicated to Senate
Mar 8, 2014   Senate   House Message received
Mar 8, 2014   Senate   Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill (Roll No. 76)
Mar 8, 2014   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 76)
Mar 8, 2014   Senate   Communicated to House
Mar 8, 2014   Senate   Completed legislative action
Mar 7, 2014   Senate   On 2nd reading## Daily Calendar
Mar 7, 2014   Senate   Read 2nd time
Mar 7, 2014   Senate   Sub. amend. for committee amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Mar 6, 2014   Senate   On 1st reading## Daily Calendar
Mar 6, 2014   Senate   Read 1st time
Mar 5, 2014   Senate   With amendment## do pass## but first to Finance
Mar 5, 2014   Senate   To House Finance
Mar 5, 2014   Senate   With amendment## do pass
Feb 27, 2014   Senate   Introduced in House
Feb 27, 2014   Senate   To Judiciary then Finance
Feb 27, 2014   Senate   To House Judiciary
Feb 26, 2014   Senate   On 3rd reading
Feb 26, 2014   Senate   Read 3rd time
Feb 26, 2014   Senate   Passed Senate (Roll No. 4)
Feb 26, 2014   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 4)
Feb 26, 2014   Senate   Ordered to House
Feb 25, 2014   Senate   On 2nd reading
Feb 25, 2014   Senate   Read 2nd time
Feb 25, 2014   Senate   Floor amendments adopted (Voice vote)
Feb 24, 2014   Senate   Committee substitute for committee substitute reported
Feb 24, 2014   Senate   Immediate consideration
Feb 24, 2014   Senate   Read 1st time
Feb 20, 2014   Senate   Committee substitute reported## but first to Finance
Feb 20, 2014   Senate   Immediate consideration
Feb 20, 2014   Senate   Read 1st time
Feb 20, 2014   Senate   On 2nd reading to Finance
Jan 8, 2014   Senate   Filed for introduction
Jan 8, 2014   Senate   To Judiciary then Finance
Jan 8, 2014   Senate   Introduced in Senate
Jan 8, 2014   Senate   To Judiciary

Requiring the West Virginia Enhanced 911 Council to Propose Emergency Medical Dispatch Procedures (HB 2013)

Requiring the West Virginia Enhanced 911 Council to Propose Emergency Medical Dispatch Procedures (HB 2013)

West Virginia House Act (2011 Regular Session – HB 2013)

Session: 2011 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: House
Bill: West Virginia House HB 2013
Introduced: Jan 12, 2011
Signed by Governor: Mar 24, 2011

Sponsors

Bill Hamilton, West VirginiaBill Hamilton
primary
(Republican)
District 45
Margaret Staggers, West VirginiaMargaret Staggers
cosponsor

Bill Votes

Feb 4, 2011
PASSAGE
Yes:  87   No:  5   Other:  8  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
May 4, 2011   House   Chapter 64## Acts## 2011
Mar 24, 2011   House   Approved by Governor 3/24/11
Mar 18, 2011   House   To Governor 3/18/11 – House Journal
Mar 18, 2011   House   To Governor 3/18/11
Mar 18, 2011   House   To Governor 3/18/11 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2011   House   Approved by Governor 3/24/11 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2011   House   Approved by Governor 3/24/11 – House Journal
Mar 11, 2011   House   On 3rd reading
Mar 11, 2011   House   Read 3rd time
Mar 11, 2011   House   Passed Senate (Roll No. 9)
Mar 11, 2011   House   Communicated to House
Mar 11, 2011   House   Completed legislative action
Mar 11, 2011   House   House received Senate message
Mar 10, 2011   House   On 2nd reading
Mar 10, 2011   House   Read 2nd time
Mar 9, 2011   House   Having been read 1st time## prior proceedings## 3/3/11
Mar 9, 2011   House   Reported do pass
Mar 3, 2011   House   Reported do pass## but first to Judiciary
Mar 3, 2011   House   Immediate consideration
Mar 3, 2011   House   On 1st reading
Mar 3, 2011   House   Read 1st time
Mar 3, 2011   House   On 2nd reading to Judiciary
Feb 7, 2011   House   House Message received
Feb 7, 2011   House   Introduced in Senate
Feb 7, 2011   House   To Government Organization then Judiciary
Feb 7, 2011   House   To Government Organization
Feb 4, 2011   House   On 3rd reading## House Calendar
Feb 4, 2011   House   Read 3rd time
Feb 4, 2011   House   Passed House (Roll No. 52)
Feb 4, 2011   House   Communicated to Senate
Feb 3, 2011   House   On 2nd reading## House Calendar
Feb 3, 2011   House   Read 2nd time
Feb 2, 2011   House   On 1st reading## House Calendar
Feb 2, 2011   House   Read 1st time
Feb 1, 2011   House   By substitute## do pass
Jan 27, 2011   House   With amendment## do pass## but first to Judiciary
Jan 27, 2011   House   To House Judiciary
Jan 12, 2011   House   Filed for introduction
Jan 12, 2011   House   To Political Subdivisions then Judiciary
Jan 12, 2011   House   Introduced in House
Jan 12, 2011   House   To House Political Subdivisions