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Relating to Reporting Beaver and River Otter Taken, Tagged and Checked (SB 357)

Relating to Reporting Beaver and River Otter Taken, Tagged and Checked (SB 357) in West Virginia

West Virginia Senate Act (2011 Regular Session – SB 357)

Session: 2011 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: Senate
Bill: West Virginia Senate SB 357
Introduced: Jan 31, 2011
Signed by Governor: Mar 31, 2011

Sponsors

William Laird, West VirginiaWilliam Laird
primary
(Democratic)
District 10

Bill Votes

Mar 10, 2011
PASSAGE
Yes:  96   No:  0   Other:  4  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
May 4, 2011   Senate   Chapter 95## Acts## Regular Session## 2011
Mar 31, 2011   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/31/11
Mar 23, 2011   Senate   To Governor 3/23/11
Mar 18, 2011   Senate   To Governor 3/23/11 – 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 11, 2011   Senate   House Message received
Mar 10, 2011   Senate   On 3rd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 10, 2011   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 10, 2011   Senate   Passed House (Roll No. 290)
Mar 10, 2011   Senate   Communicated to Senate
Mar 10, 2011   Senate   Completed legislative action
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 18, 2011   Senate   Introduced in House
Feb 18, 2011   Senate   To Judiciary
Feb 18, 2011   Senate   To House Judiciary
Feb 17, 2011   Senate   On 2nd reading
Feb 17, 2011   Senate   Read 2nd time
Feb 17, 2011   Senate   On 3rd reading
Feb 17, 2011   Senate   Suspension of Constitutional Rule (Roll No. 8)
Feb 17, 2011   Senate   Read 3rd time
Feb 17, 2011   Senate   Passed Senate (Roll No. 9)
Feb 17, 2011   Senate   Ordered to House
Feb 16, 2011   Senate   On 1st reading
Feb 16, 2011   Senate   Read 1st time
Feb 15, 2011   Senate   Committee substitute reported
Jan 31, 2011   Senate   Filed for introduction
Jan 31, 2011   Senate   To Natural Resources
Jan 31, 2011   Senate   Introduced in Senate
Jan 31, 2011   Senate   To Natural Resources

Designating the First Thursday in May the West Virginia Day of Prayer (HB 4135)

Designating the First Thursday in May the West Virginia Day of Prayer (HB 4135)

West Virginia House Act (2014 Regular Session – HB 4135)

Session: 2014 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: House
Bill: West Virginia House HB 4135
Introduced: Jan 14, 2014
Signed by Governor: Mar 21, 2014

Subjects

Sponsors

Margaret Smith, West VirginiaMargaret Smith
primary
David Perry, West VirginiaDavid Perry
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 32
John Pino, West VirginiaJohn Pino
cosponsor
David Walker, West VirginiaDavid Walker
cosponsor
Adam R. Young, West VirginiaAdam R. Young
cosponsor
Dana Lynch, West VirginiaDana Lynch
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 44
Bill Hamilton, West VirginiaBill Hamilton
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 45
William Hartman, West VirginiaWilliam Hartman
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 43
Tim Kinsey, West VirginiaTim Kinsey
cosponsor

Bill Votes

Mar 7, 2014
Passage
Yes:  33   No:  0   Other:  1  
Jan 21, 2014
PASSAGE
Yes:  98   No:  0   Other:  2  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
Apr 10, 2014   House   Chapter 85## Acts## Regular Session## 2014
Mar 21, 2014   House   Approved by Governor 3/21/14
Mar 20, 2014   House   To Governor 3/20/14
Mar 14, 2014   House   To Governor 3/20/14 – House Journal
Mar 14, 2014   House   To Governor 3/20/14 – Senate Journal
Mar 14, 2014   House   Approved by Governor 3/21/14 – Senate Journal
Mar 14, 2014   House   Approved by Governor 3/21/14 – House Journal
Mar 8, 2014   House   House received Senate message
Mar 7, 2014   House   On 3rd reading
Mar 7, 2014   House   Read 3rd time
Mar 7, 2014   House   Passed Senate (Roll No. 9)
Mar 7, 2014   House   Communicated to House
Mar 7, 2014   House   Completed legislative action
Mar 6, 2014   House   On 2nd reading
Mar 6, 2014   House   Read 2nd time
Mar 5, 2014   House   Reported do pass
Mar 5, 2014   House   Immediate consideration
Mar 5, 2014   House   Read 1st time
Jan 22, 2014   House   House Message received
Jan 22, 2014   House   Introduced in Senate
Jan 22, 2014   House   To Judiciary
Jan 21, 2014   House   On 3rd reading## Daily Calendar
Jan 21, 2014   House   Read 3rd time
Jan 21, 2014   House   Passed House (Roll No. 11)
Jan 21, 2014   House   Communicated to Senate
Jan 20, 2014   House   On 2nd reading## Daily Calendar
Jan 20, 2014   House   Read 2nd time
Jan 17, 2014   House   On 1st reading## Daily Calendar
Jan 17, 2014   House   Read 1st time
Jan 16, 2014   House   Do pass
Jan 14, 2014   House   Filed for introduction
Jan 14, 2014   House   To Judiciary
Jan 14, 2014   House   Introduced in House
Jan 14, 2014   House   To House Judiciary

West Virginia House Act (2011 Regular Session – HB 2475)

West Virginia House Act (2011 Regular Session – HB 2475)

Including Certain Records of the Division of Juvenile Services in the Exemptions From Disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act

Session: 2011 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: House
Bill: West Virginia House HB 2475
Introduced: Jan 14, 2011
Signed by Governor: Mar 2, 2011

Sponsors

David Perry, West VirginiaDavid Perry
primary
(Democratic)
District 32
John Ellem, West VirginiaJohn Ellem
cosponsor

Bill Votes

Jan 26, 2011
PASSAGE
Yes:  95   No:  0   Other:  5  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
May 4, 2011   House   Chapter 71## Acts## 2011
Mar 4, 2011   House   Approved by Governor 3/2/11 – House Journal
Mar 4, 2011   House   Approved by Governor 3/2/11 – Senate Journal
Mar 2, 2011   House   Approved by Governor 3/2/11
Feb 24, 2011   House   To Governor 2/24/11
Feb 24, 2011   House   To Governor 2/24/11 – House Journal
Feb 24, 2011   House   To Governor 02/24/11 – Senate Journal
Feb 17, 2011   House   House received Senate message
Feb 16, 2011   House   On 3rd reading
Feb 16, 2011   House   Read 3rd time
Feb 16, 2011   House   Passed Senate (Roll No. 8)
Feb 16, 2011   House   Communicated to House
Feb 16, 2011   House   Completed legislative action
Feb 15, 2011   House   On 2nd reading
Feb 15, 2011   House   Read 2nd time
Feb 14, 2011   House   On 1st reading
Feb 14, 2011   House   Read 1st time
Feb 11, 2011   House   Reported do pass
Jan 27, 2011   House   House Message received
Jan 27, 2011   House   Introduced in Senate
Jan 27, 2011   House   To Judiciary
Jan 26, 2011   House   On 3rd reading## House Calendar
Jan 26, 2011   House   Read 3rd time
Jan 26, 2011   House   Passed House (Roll No. 14)
Jan 26, 2011   House   Communicated to Senate
Jan 25, 2011   House   On 2nd reading## House Calendar
Jan 25, 2011   House   Read 2nd time
Jan 24, 2011   House   On 1st reading## House Calendar
Jan 24, 2011   House   Read 1st time
Jan 21, 2011   House   Do pass
Jan 14, 2011   House   Filed for introduction
Jan 14, 2011   House   To Judiciary
Jan 14, 2011   House   Introduced in House
Jan 14, 2011   House   To House Judiciary

Creating Aviation Fund and Fleet Management Office Fund (SB 564)

Creating Aviation Fund and Fleet Management Office Fund (SB 564) in West Virginia

West Virginia Senate Act (2012 Regular Session – SB 564)

Session: 2012 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: Senate
Bill: West Virginia Senate SB 564
Introduced: Feb 10, 2012
Signed by Governor: Mar 12, 2012

Sponsors

Roman Prezioso, West VirginiaRoman Prezioso
primary
(Democratic)
District 13
Herb Snyder, West VirginiaHerb Snyder
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 16
H. Chafin, West VirginiaH. Chafin
cosponsor
Robert Plymale, West VirginiaRobert Plymale
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 5
Clark Barnes, West VirginiaClark Barnes
cosponsor
Robert Beach, West VirginiaRobert Beach
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 13

Bill Votes

Feb 29, 2012
EFFECT JULY 1″ 2012
Yes:  97   No:  0   Other:  3  
Feb 29, 2012
PASSAGE
Yes:  97   No:  0   Other:  3  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
Apr 10, 2012   Senate   Chapter 2## Acts## Regular Session## 2012
Mar 14, 2012   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/12/12 – House Journal
Mar 12, 2012   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/12/12
Mar 6, 2012   Senate   To Governor 3/6/12
Mar 6, 2012   Senate   To Governor 3/6/12 – House Journal
Mar 1, 2012   Senate   House Message received
Mar 1, 2012   Senate   Senate concurred in House changed effective date
Mar 1, 2012   Senate   Effective July 1## 2012 (Roll No. 1)
Mar 1, 2012   Senate   Communicated to House
Mar 1, 2012   Senate   Completed legislative action
Mar 1, 2012   Senate   House received Senate message
Feb 29, 2012   Senate   On 3rd reading## Special Calendar
Feb 29, 2012   Senate   Read 3rd time
Feb 29, 2012   Senate   Passed House (Roll No. 144)
Feb 29, 2012   Senate   Effective July 1## 2012 (Roll No. 145)
Feb 29, 2012   Senate   Communicated to Senate
Feb 28, 2012   Senate   From House Calendar## 2nd reading## placed on Special Calendar
Feb 28, 2012   Senate   Read 2nd time
Feb 27, 2012   Senate   Introduced in House
Feb 27, 2012   Senate   Reference dispensed
Feb 27, 2012   Senate   Immediate consideration
Feb 27, 2012   Senate   Read 1st time
Feb 24, 2012   Senate   On 3rd reading
Feb 24, 2012   Senate   Read 3rd time
Feb 24, 2012   Senate   Passed Senate (Roll No. 3)
Feb 24, 2012   Senate   Ordered to House
Feb 23, 2012   Senate   On 2nd reading
Feb 23, 2012   Senate   Read 2nd time
Feb 22, 2012   Senate   On 1st reading
Feb 22, 2012   Senate   Read 1st time
Feb 21, 2012   Senate   Committee substitute for committee substitute reported
Feb 16, 2012   Senate   Committee substitute reported## but first to Finance
Feb 16, 2012   Senate   To Finance
Feb 10, 2012   Senate   Filed for introduction
Feb 10, 2012   Senate   To Government Organization then Finance
Feb 10, 2012   Senate   Introduced in Senate
Feb 10, 2012   Senate   To Government Organization

Relating to Criminal Offenses for Child Abuse and Child Neglect (HB 4005)

Relating to Criminal Offenses for Child Abuse and Child Neglect (HB 4005) in West Virginia

West Virginia House Act (2014 Regular Session – HB 4005)

Session: 2014 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: House
Bill: West Virginia House HB 4005
Introduced: Jan 8, 2014
Signed by Governor: Mar 21, 2014

Subjects

Sponsors

Linda Phillips, West VirginiaLinda Phillips
primary
(Democratic)
District 25
Ruth Rowan, West VirginiaRuth Rowan
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 57
Barbara Fleischauer, West VirginiaBarbara Fleischauer
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 51
Anna Border, West VirginiaAnna Border
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 9
Tiffany Lawrence, West VirginiaTiffany Lawrence
cosponsor
Nancy Guthrie, West VirginiaNancy Guthrie
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 36
Margaret Smith, West VirginiaMargaret Smith
cosponsor
Charlene Marshall, West VirginiaCharlene Marshall
cosponsor
Meshea Poore, West VirginiaMeshea Poore
cosponsor

Bill Votes

Mar 8, 2014
PASSAGE-SENATE AMENDED HB
Yes:  94   No:  3   Other:  3  
Mar 7, 2014
Passage
Yes:  33   No:  0   Other:  1  
Feb 26, 2014
PASSAGE
Yes:  95   No:  1   Other:  4  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
Apr 10, 2014   House   Chapter 36## Acts## Regular Session## 2014
Mar 21, 2014   House   Approved by Governor 3/21/14
Mar 20, 2014   House   To Governor 3/20/14
Mar 14, 2014   House   To Governor 3/20/14 – House Journal
Mar 14, 2014   House   To Governor 3/20/14 – Senate Journal
Mar 14, 2014   House   Approved by Governor 3/21/14 – Senate Journal
Mar 14, 2014   House   Approved by Governor 3/21/14 – House Journal
Mar 8, 2014   House   House received Senate message
Mar 8, 2014   House   House concurred in Senate amendment and passed bill (Roll No. 459)
Mar 8, 2014   House   Communicated to Senate
Mar 8, 2014   House   Completed legislative action
Mar 8, 2014   House   House Message received
Mar 7, 2014   House   On 3rd reading
Mar 7, 2014   House   Read 3rd time
Mar 7, 2014   House   Passed Senate with amended title (Roll No. 6)
Mar 7, 2014   House   Senate requests House to concur
Mar 6, 2014   House   On 2nd reading
Mar 6, 2014   House   Read 2nd time
Mar 6, 2014   House   Committee amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Mar 5, 2014   House   Reported do pass## with amendment and title amendment
Mar 5, 2014   House   Immediate consideration
Mar 5, 2014   House   Read 1st time
Feb 27, 2014   House   House Message received
Feb 27, 2014   House   Introduced in Senate
Feb 27, 2014   House   To Judiciary
Feb 26, 2014   House   On 3rd reading## Daily Calendar
Feb 26, 2014   House   Read 3rd time
Feb 26, 2014   House   Passed House (Roll No. 174)
Feb 26, 2014   House   Communicated to Senate
Feb 25, 2014   House   On 2nd reading## Daily Calendar
Feb 25, 2014   House   Placed at foot of bills on 2nd reading
Feb 25, 2014   House   Read 2nd time
Feb 24, 2014   House   On 1st reading## Daily Calendar
Feb 24, 2014   House   Read 1st time
Feb 21, 2014   House   By substitute## do pass
Feb 7, 2014   House   With amendment## do pass## but first to Finance
Feb 7, 2014   House   To House Finance
Jan 8, 2014   House   Filed for introduction
Jan 8, 2014   House   To Judiciary then Finance
Jan 8, 2014   House   Introduced in House
Jan 8, 2014   House   To House Judiciary

Removing Certain Prior Bank Overdraft Approval by Director Or Executive Officer (SB 545)

Removing Certain Prior Bank Overdraft Approval by Director Or Executive Officer (SB 545) in West Virginia

West Virginia Senate Act (2015 Regular Session – SB 545)

Session: 2015 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: Senate
Bill: West Virginia Senate SB 545
Introduced: Feb 23, 2015
Signed by Governor: Mar 24, 2015

Subjects

Sponsors

David Nohe, West VirginiaDavid Nohe
primary
(Republican)
District 3
Chris Walters, West VirginiaChris Walters
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 8
Corey Palumbo, West VirginiaCorey Palumbo
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 17
Ed Gaunch, West VirginiaEd Gaunch
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 8

Bill Votes

Mar 10, 2015
PASSAGE
Yes:  98   No:  0   Other:  2  
Mar 1, 2015
Passage
Yes:  31   No:  0   Other:  2  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
Apr 15, 2015   Senate   Chapter 38## Acts## Regular Session## 2015
Mar 24, 2015   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/24/15
Mar 18, 2015   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/24/15 – Senate Journal
Mar 18, 2015   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/24/15 – House Journal
Mar 16, 2015   Senate   To Governor 3/16/15
Mar 16, 2015   Senate   To Governor 3/16/15 – House Journal
Mar 11, 2015   Senate   House Message received
Mar 10, 2015   Senate   On 3rd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 10, 2015   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 10, 2015   Senate   Passed House (Roll No. 424)
Mar 10, 2015   Senate   Communicated to Senate
Mar 10, 2015   Senate   Completed legislative action
Mar 9, 2015   Senate   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 9, 2015   Senate   Read 2nd time
Mar 7, 2015   Senate   On 1st reading## Special Calendar
Mar 7, 2015   Senate   Read 1st time
Mar 6, 2015   Senate   Do pass
Mar 6, 2015   Senate   2nd reference dispensed
Mar 2, 2015   Senate   Introduced in House
Mar 2, 2015   Senate   To Banking and Insurance then Finance
Mar 2, 2015   Senate   To House Banking and Insurance
Mar 1, 2015   Senate   On 3rd reading
Mar 1, 2015   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 1, 2015   Senate   Passed Senate (Roll No. 10)
Mar 1, 2015   Senate   Ordered to House
Feb 28, 2015   Senate   On 2nd reading
Feb 28, 2015   Senate   Read 2nd time
Feb 27, 2015   Senate   On 1st reading
Feb 27, 2015   Senate   Read 1st time
Feb 26, 2015   Senate   Reported do pass
Feb 23, 2015   Senate   Filed for introduction
Feb 23, 2015   Senate   To Finance
Feb 23, 2015   Senate   Introduced in Senate
Feb 23, 2015   Senate   To Finance

West Virginia Senate Act (2015 Regular Session – SB 475)

West Virginia Senate Act (2015 Regular Session – SB 475)

Making Supplementary Appropriation to Dmaps, Division of Corrections, Parolee Supervision Fees, and Wv State Police, Motor Vehicle Inspection Fund

Session: 2015 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: Senate
Bill: West Virginia Senate SB 475
Introduced: Feb 12, 2015
Signed by Governor: Mar 13, 2015

Sponsors

William P. Cole III, West VirginiaWilliam P. Cole III
primary
(Republican)
District 6
Jeffrey Kessler, West VirginiaJeffrey Kessler
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 2

Bill Votes

Mar 6, 2015
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  95   No:  0   Other:  5  
Mar 6, 2015
SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION
Yes:  94   No:  0   Other:  6  
Feb 25, 2015
Passage
Yes:  34   No:  0   Other:  0  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
Apr 15, 2015   Senate   Chapter 33## Acts## Regular Session## 2015
Mar 18, 2015   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/13/15 – House Journal
Mar 13, 2015   Senate   Approved by Governor 3/13/15
Mar 10, 2015   Senate   To Governor 3/10/15
Mar 10, 2015   Senate   To Governor 3/10/15 – House Journal
Mar 8, 2015   Senate   House Message received
Mar 6, 2015   Senate   On 3rd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 6, 2015   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 6, 2015   Senate   Passed House (Roll No. 375)
Mar 6, 2015   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 376)
Mar 6, 2015   Senate   Communicated to Senate
Mar 6, 2015   Senate   Completed legislative action
Mar 5, 2015   Senate   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Mar 5, 2015   Senate   Read 2nd time
Mar 4, 2015   Senate   On 1st reading## Special Calendar
Mar 4, 2015   Senate   Read 1st time
Mar 3, 2015   Senate   Do pass
Feb 25, 2015   Senate   On 3rd reading
Feb 25, 2015   Senate   Read 3rd time
Feb 25, 2015   Senate   Passed Senate (Roll No. 25)
Feb 25, 2015   Senate   Effective from passage (Roll No. 25)
Feb 25, 2015   Senate   Ordered to House
Feb 25, 2015   Senate   Introduced in House
Feb 25, 2015   Senate   To Finance
Feb 25, 2015   Senate   To House Finance
Feb 24, 2015   Senate   On 2nd reading
Feb 24, 2015   Senate   Read 2nd time
Feb 23, 2015   Senate   On 1st reading
Feb 23, 2015   Senate   Read 1st time
Feb 20, 2015   Senate   Reported do pass
Feb 12, 2015   Senate   Filed for introduction
Feb 12, 2015   Senate   To Finance
Feb 12, 2015   Senate   Introduced in Senate
Feb 12, 2015   Senate   To Finance

Providing for a Special Primary and General Election to Fill a Vacancy in the Office of Governor (HB 2853)

Providing for a Special Primary and General Election to Fill a Vacancy in the Office of Governor (HB 2853) in West Virginia

West Virginia House Act (2011 Regular Session – HB 2853)

Session: 2011 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: House
Bill: West Virginia House HB 2853
Introduced: Jan 26, 2011
Signed by Governor: Feb 7, 2011

Sponsors

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

Bill Votes

Feb 3, 2011
PASSAGE-SENATE AMENDED HB
Yes:  96   No:  0   Other:  4  
Feb 3, 2011
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  96   No:  0   Other:  4  
Feb 1, 2011
SUSPEND CONSTITUTIONAL RULE
Yes:  98   No:  0   Other:  2  
Feb 1, 2011
HFA CHARMICHAEL 2-1
Yes:  36   No:  62   Other:  2  
Feb 1, 2011
PASSAGE
Yes:  97   No:  0   Other:  3  
Feb 1, 2011
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  97   No:  0   Other:  3  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
May 4, 2011   House   Chapter 62## Acts## 2011
Feb 8, 2011   House   Approved by Governor 2/7/11 – House Journal
Feb 8, 2011   House   Approved by Governor 02/07/11 – Senate Journal
Feb 7, 2011   House   To Governor 2/4/11 – House Journal
Feb 7, 2011   House   To Governor 02/04/11 – Senate Journal
Feb 7, 2011   House   Approved by Governor 2/7/11
Feb 4, 2011   House   House Message received
Feb 4, 2011   House   To Governor 2/4/11
Feb 3, 2011   House   Floor amendments adopted (Voice vote)
Feb 3, 2011   House   House received Senate message
Feb 3, 2011   House   House concurred in Senate amendment and passed bill (Roll No. 45)
Feb 3, 2011   House   Effective from passage (Roll No. 46)
Feb 3, 2011   House   Communicated to Senate
Feb 3, 2011   House   Completed legislative action
Feb 2, 2011   House   House Message received
Feb 2, 2011   House   Introduced in Senate
Feb 2, 2011   House   Immediate consideration
Feb 2, 2011   House   Committee reference dispensed
Feb 2, 2011   House   On 1st reading
Feb 2, 2011   House   Read 1st time
Feb 2, 2011   House   On 2nd reading
Feb 2, 2011   House   Suspension of Constitutional Rule (Roll No. 1)
Feb 2, 2011   House   Read 2nd time
Feb 2, 2011   House   Floor amendments adopted (Voice vote)
Feb 2, 2011   House   On 3rd reading
Feb 2, 2011   House   Read 3rd time
Feb 2, 2011   House   Passed Senate (Roll No. 2)
Feb 2, 2011   House   Title amendment adopted
Feb 2, 2011   House   Effective from passage (Roll No. 2)
Feb 2, 2011   House   Senate requests House to concur
Feb 1, 2011   House   By substitute## do pass
Feb 1, 2011   House   2nd reference dispensed
Feb 1, 2011   House   Immediate consideration
Feb 1, 2011   House   Read 1st time
Feb 1, 2011   House   Dispensed with Constitutional Rule (Roll No. 25)
Feb 1, 2011   House   Read 2nd time
Feb 1, 2011   House   Amendment rejected (Roll No. 26)
Feb 1, 2011   House   Read 3rd time
Feb 1, 2011   House   Passed House (Roll No. 27)
Feb 1, 2011   House   Effective from passage (Roll No. 28)
Feb 1, 2011   House   Communicated to Senate
Jan 26, 2011   House   Filed for introduction
Jan 26, 2011   House   To Judiciary then Finance
Jan 26, 2011   House   Introduced in House
Jan 26, 2011   House   To House Judiciary

Relating to Electronic Registration of Voters (SB 477)

Relating to Electronic Registration of Voters (SB 477) in West Virginia

West Virginia Senate Act (2013 Regular Session – SB 477)

Session: 2013 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: Senate
Bill: West Virginia Senate SB 477
Introduced: Mar 7, 2013
Signed by Governor: May 2, 2013

Sponsors

Corey Palumbo, West VirginiaCorey Palumbo
primary
(Democratic)
District 17

Bill Votes

Apr 12, 2013
PASSAGE
Yes:  79   No:  20   Other:  1  
Mar 20, 2013
Passage
Yes:  33   No:  0   Other:  1  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
May 15, 2013   Senate   Chapter 72## 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   House Message received
Apr 12, 2013   Senate   On 3rd reading## Special Calendar
Apr 12, 2013   Senate   Read 3rd time
Apr 12, 2013   Senate   Passed House (Roll No. 340)
Apr 12, 2013   Senate   Communicated to Senate
Apr 12, 2013   Senate   Completed legislative action
Apr 11, 2013   Senate   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Apr 11, 2013   Senate   Read 2nd time
Apr 10, 2013   Senate   From House Calendar## 1st reading## placed on Special Calendar
Apr 10, 2013   Senate   Read 1st time
Apr 9, 2013   Senate   Do pass
Mar 21, 2013   Senate   Introduced in House
Mar 21, 2013   Senate   To Judiciary
Mar 21, 2013   Senate   To House Judiciary
Mar 20, 2013   Senate   On 3rd reading
Mar 20, 2013   Senate   Read 3rd time
Mar 20, 2013   Senate   Passed Senate (Roll No. 3)
Mar 20, 2013   Senate   Ordered to House
Mar 19, 2013   Senate   On 2nd reading
Mar 19, 2013   Senate   Read 2nd time
Mar 18, 2013   Senate   On 1st reading
Mar 18, 2013   Senate   Read 1st time
Mar 15, 2013   Senate   Committee substitute reported
Mar 7, 2013   Senate   Filed for introduction
Mar 7, 2013   Senate   To Judiciary
Mar 7, 2013   Senate   Introduced in Senate
Mar 7, 2013   Senate   To Judiciary

West Virginia House Act (2011 Regular Session – HB 3064)

West Virginia House Act (2011 Regular Session – HB 3064)

Finding and Declaring Certain Claims Against the State and Its Agencies to Be Moral Obligations of the State

Session: 2011 Regular Session
Chamber of origin: House
Bill: West Virginia House HB 3064
Introduced: Feb 8, 2011
Signed by Governor: Mar 18, 2011

Sponsors

Charlene Marshall, West VirginiaCharlene Marshall
primary
Richard Iaquinta, West VirginiaRichard Iaquinta
cosponsor
Tim Manchin, West VirginiaTim Manchin
cosponsor
(Democratic)
District 50
Josh Stowers, West VirginiaJosh Stowers
cosponsor
Allen Evans, West VirginiaAllen Evans
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 54
Bill Anderson, West VirginiaBill Anderson
cosponsor
(Republican)
District 8

Bill Votes

Mar 9, 2011
PASSAGE-SENATE AMENDED HB
Yes:  99   No:  0   Other:  1  
Mar 9, 2011
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  99   No:  0   Other:  1  
Feb 28, 2011
PASSAGE
Yes:  98   No:  0   Other:  2  
Feb 28, 2011
EFFECT FROM PASSAGE
Yes:  97   No:  0   Other:  3  

Legislative process: Actions

Date   Chamber   Action
May 4, 2011   House   Chapter 23## Acts## 2011
Mar 18, 2011   House   Approved by Governor 3/18/11
Mar 18, 2011   House   Approved by Governor 3/18/11 – House Journal
Mar 18, 2011   House   Approved by Governor 3/18/11 – Senate Journal
Mar 16, 2011   House   To Governor 3/16/11 – Senate Journal
Mar 16, 2011   House   To Governor 3/16/11
Mar 16, 2011   House   To Governor 3/16/11 – House Journal
Mar 10, 2011   House   House Message received
Mar 9, 2011   House   House received Senate message
Mar 9, 2011   House   House concurred in Senate amendment and passed bill (Roll No. 261)
Mar 9, 2011   House   Effective from passage (Roll No. 262)
Mar 9, 2011   House   Communicated to Senate
Mar 9, 2011   House   Completed legislative action
Mar 8, 2011   House   On 3rd reading
Mar 8, 2011   House   Read 3rd time
Mar 8, 2011   House   Passed Senate (Roll No. 19)
Mar 8, 2011   House   Effective from passage (Roll No. 19)
Mar 8, 2011   House   Senate requests House to concur
Mar 7, 2011   House   On 2nd reading
Mar 7, 2011   House   Read 2nd time
Mar 7, 2011   House   Committee amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Mar 4, 2011   House   Reported do pass## with amendment
Mar 4, 2011   House   On 1st reading
Mar 4, 2011   House   Immediate consideration
Mar 4, 2011   House   Read 1st time
Mar 1, 2011   House   House Message received
Mar 1, 2011   House   Introduced in Senate
Mar 1, 2011   House   To Finance
Feb 28, 2011   House   On 3rd reading## Special Calendar
Feb 28, 2011   House   Read 3rd time
Feb 28, 2011   House   Passed House (Roll No. 161)
Feb 28, 2011   House   Effective from passage (Roll No. 162)
Feb 28, 2011   House   Communicated to Senate
Feb 25, 2011   House   On 2nd reading## Special Calendar
Feb 25, 2011   House   Read 2nd time
Feb 24, 2011   House   From House Calendar## 1st reading## placed on Special Calendar
Feb 24, 2011   House   Read 1st time
Feb 23, 2011   House   By substitute## do pass
Feb 8, 2011   House   Filed for introduction
Feb 8, 2011   House   To Finance
Feb 8, 2011   House   Introduced in House
Feb 8, 2011   House   To House Finance