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Around the Rotunda: Legislative, committee schedule for Monday, Jan. 21


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Monday, Jan. 21, 2019
13th Day of the Legislative Session

Rotunda and social activities:

 

From the Activity Calendar:   Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Bell Ringing, North Circle following march to Capitol (approximate time noon);  Health Freedom Day, Upper House and Upper Senate Rotundas; NFIB, Upper House Walkway (1 Table); Optometry Day at the Legislature

 

 

SENATE

Senate to convene at 11 a.m. 

On The Agenda:

RESOLUTIONS

 

  • SR 11: Designating January 21, 2019, as Down Syndrome Awareness Day
  • SR 12: Congratulating Ripley High School girls’ track team for winning 2018 Class AAA state championship
  • SR 13: Recognizing Leadership Berkeley

 

THIRD READING

 

  • Eng. Com. Sub. for SB 17: Relating to probation eligibility
  • Eng. Com. Sub. for SB 61: Adding certain crimes for which prosecutor may apply for wiretap
  • Eng. SB 119: Specifying documents not subject to discovery in certain proceedings

 

SECOND READING

 

  • Com. Sub. for SB 3: Establishing WV Small Wireless Facilities Deployment Act
  • Com. Sub. for SB 62: Requiring participation in drug court program before discharge of certain first-time drug offenses
  • Com. Sub. for SB 152: Relating generally to criminal offense expungement
  • Com. Sub. for SB 240: Repealing certain legislative rules no longer authorized or are obsolete

 

FIRST READING

 

  • Com. Sub. for Com. Sub. for SB 1: Increasing access to career education and workforce training
  • Com. Sub. for SB 18: Relating to crimes committed on State Capitol Complex (original similar to HB 2092)
  • Com. Sub. for SB 255: Relating to Emergency Medical Services Advisory Committee
  • SB 354: Expiring funds to balance of Auditor’s Office – Chief Inspector’s Fund

 

Committees

Daily Committee Schedule: 

 

1 p.m.: Natural Resources (208W)

  • SB 317: Authorizing three or more adjacent counties form multicounty trail network authority
  • SB 126: Requiring industrial hemp grower licensees file copy of license with local sheriff

 

2 p.m.: Banking and Insurance (451M)

  • Presentation: Allan L. McVey, WV Insurance Commissioner
  • SB 30: Eliminating tax on annuity considerations collected by life insurer
  • SB 74:  Exempting nonpaid volunteers at ski areas from workers’ compensation benefits

 

3 p.m.: Judiciary (208W)

  • SB 258: Establishing common law “veil piercing” claims not be used to impose personal liability
  • SB 264: Requiring courts to order restitution to crime victims

 

3 p.m.: Finance (451M)

  • Budget Hearing: West Virginia Department of Commerce
  • Budget Hearing: West Virginia Secretary of State
  • Com. Sub. for SB 243: Requiring racetrack participate in WV Thoroughbred Development Fund
  • SB 263: Limiting number of days legislators may be compensated during extended and extraordinary sessions if budget bill not enacted

 

 

Senate Bills

Senate Bills to be Introduced Monday, January 21, 2019

 

  • SB 355: Removing authority of municipalities to restrict firearm possession (Azinger, Maynard, Smith, Sypolt; Judiciary)
  • SB 356: Authorizing Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation to release certain information to county prosecutors and US Attorney (Weld, Clements; Judiciary)
  • SB 357: Relating generally to Division of Administrative Services (Weld, Clements; Government Organization)
  • SB 358: Exempting Purchasing Division purchases for equipment to maintain security at state facilities (Weld, Clements; Government Organization)
  • SB 359: Creating Youth Mental Health Protection Act (Maroney, Baldwin, Beach, Facemire, Ihlenfeld, Jeffries, Lindsay, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Romano, Stollings, Takubo, Weld, Woelfel; Health and Human Resources)
  • SB 360: Relating to third-party litigation financing (Trump; Judiciary)
  • SB 361: Relating to Public Defender Services (Trump; Judiciary)
  • SB 362: Relating to Mine Subsidence Insurance Program (Trump; Energy, Industry and Mining)
  • SB 363: Exempting first $150,000 assessed value of residence of veteran or physically or mentally disabled person (FN) (Baldwin; Finance)
  • SB 364: Creating shared table initiative for senior citizens (Baldwin, Azinger, Beach, Boso, Clements, Cline, Ihlenfeld, Jeffries, Lindsay, Maynard, Roberts, Romano, Swope, Sypolt, Tarr, Unger, Weld, Woelfel; Government Organization)
  • SB 365: Redistributing revenue-generated excise tax on soft drinks to four-year medical schools (Plymale, Baldwin, Woelfel; Finance)
  • SB 366: Authorizing Division of Protective Services issue electronic key cards to qualified applicants to enter State Capitol (FN) (Blair; Government Organization then Finance)
  • SB 367: Relating to amount permitted to remain in Alcohol Beverage Control Administration’s operating fund (FN) (IB) (Carmichael, Prezioso; Finance)
  • SB 368: Requiring charitable or public service organization submit certifying statement (IB) (Carmichael, Prezioso; Banking and Insurance)
  • SB 369: Relating to generic drug products (Takubo; Judiciary)
  • SB 370: Prohibiting legislators and part-time public officials from having interest in public contracts (Ihlenfeld; Government Organization)
  • SB 371: Requiring public hearing for proposed major source or modification to air quality permit (Unger; Energy, Industry and Mining then Judiciary)
  • SB 372: Authorizing municipalities establish low-cost alternative energy revolving loan program (Plymale; Government Organization)
  • SB 373: Relating to financial responsibility of inmates (Weld, Clements; Judiciary)
  • SB 374: Eliminating liability of owners of active mine lands, abandoned mine lands or railway lines (Maynard; Judiciary)
  • SB 375: Authorizing Curator of Arts, Culture and History to designate road as historic route (Maynard; Transportation and Infrastructure)
  • SB 376: Creating Local Government Labor and Consumer Marketing Regulatory Limitation Act (Maynard; Government Organization then Judiciary)
  • SB 377: Relating to minimum wage and maximum hour standards (FN) (Maynard; Judiciary)
  • SB 378: Relating to special obligation notes to finance construction completing I-73 and I-74 (Maynard, Cline, Roberts, Woelfel; Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance)
  • SB 379: Permitting county board of education to include faith-based electives in drug prevention programs (Maynard, Azinger, Cline, Roberts, Tarr; Education)
  • SB 380: Empowering municipalities to enact Adopt-A-Street programs (FN) (Maynard, Azinger, Cline, Roberts, Tarr; Government Organization)
  • SB 381: Requiring State Board of Education develop program on home maintenance for elderly and disabled (FN) (Maynard; Education then Finance)
  • SB 382: Exempting senior citizens from personal income tax (Maynard; Finance)
  • SB 383: Creating WV Healthy Food Crop Block Grant Program (FN) (Clements; Agriculture and Rural Development then Finance)
  • SB 384: Providing proceeds from certain oil and gas wells whose owners are unknown be kept in special fund (FN) (Smith, Clements, Sypolt; Judiciary)
  • SB 385: Establishing and funding Department of Agriculture Capital Improvements Fund (Blair; Finance)
  • SCR 12: US Army CPL Lee Roy Young Memorial Bridge (Stollings)
  • SCR 13: US Marine SGT Stephen E. Drummond Memorial Bridge (Romano, Baldwin, Beach, Facemire, Ihlenfeld, Jeffries, Palumbo, Plymale, Prezioso, Woelfel)
  • SCR 14: William “Bill” Thurman King Memorial Bridge (Smith, Sypolt)

 

* (FN) indicates the bill has a Fiscal Note

* (IB) indicates the bill is an Interim Bill

 

Committee Action on Bills from Friday, January 18, 2019

 

12:30 p.m.: Agriculture and Rural Development (208W)

  • SB 193: Agriculture Commissioner rule relating to rural rehabilitation loan program
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 194: Agriculture Commissioner rule relating to captive cervid farming
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 195: Agriculture Commissioner rule relating to farm-to-food bank tax credit
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 196: Agriculture Commissioner rule relating to agritourism
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 197: Agriculture Commissioner rule relating to farmers markets
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 198: Agriculture Commissioner rule relating to seed certification program
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

1:30 p.m. Judiciary (208W)

  • Com. Sub. for SB  223: Division of Labor rule relating to wage payment and collection (Bundle 10)

o   Rules bundle includes SB 223: Division of Labor rule relating to wage payment and collection; SB 224: Division of Labor rule relating to child labor; SB 225: Division of Labor rule relating to regulation of heating, ventilating, and cooling work; SB 226: Office of Miners’ health, Safety, and Training rule relating to rules and regulations governing safety of employees in and around surface mines in WV; SB 227: Office of Miners’ Health, Safety, and Training rule relating to submission and approval of comprehensive mine safety program; SB 228: Office of Miners’ Health, Safety, and Training rule relating to operating diesel equipment in underground mines; SB 229: DNR rule relating to commercial whitewater outfitters; SB 230: DNR rule relating to Cabwaylingo State Forest trail system two-year pilot program permitting ATVs and ORVs

  • Committee Substitute reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass

 

  • SB  253: Protecting consumers from automatic purchase renewal and continuous service offers
  • Committee Substitute reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass

 

Bills that Have Passed the Senate as of Friday, January 18, 2019 (9)

 

  • SB 10: Relating to Second Chance Driver’s License Program (House Technology and Infrastructure)
  • SB 24: Relating generally to local boards of health (House Political Subdivisions)
  • SB 27: Removing restrictions on where certain traditional lottery games may be played (House Finance)
  • SB 28: Removing hotel occupancy tax limit collects for medical care and emergency services (House Finance)
  • SB 36: Allowing adjustment of gross income for calculating personal income liability for certain retirees (House Pensions and Retirement)
  • SB 106: Alleviating double taxation on foreign income at state level (House Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development)
  • SB 177: Fire Commission rule relating to State Building Code (House Judiciary)
  • SB 190: DOH rule relating to employment procedures (House Technology and Infrastructure)
  • SB 272: Updating code relating to Commission on Special Investigations (Pending House introduction)

 

Committee times and agendas are subject to change. Follow @WVSenClerk on Twitter for updates.

 

All Senate Committee meetings and floor sessions are available for both live streaming and to watch again in our archives. The link to the Senate’s archived video page can be found here:http://sg001-harmony.sliq.net/00289/Harmony/en/View/UpcomingEvents.

 

 

HOUSE OF DELEGATES: 

House to convene at 11 a.m.

SPECIAL CALENDAR **

On the agenda:

THIRD READING – For Passage

  • Com. Sub. for H. B. 2190 – Modifying bail requirements
  • H. B. 2311 – Exempting short-term license holders to submit information to the State Tax Commission once the term of the permit has expired

SECOND READING – Amendment Stage

  • Com. Sub. for H. B. 2008 – Relating to nonpartisan election of justices of the Supreme Court of Appeals
  • Com. Sub. for H. B. 2193 – Providing a specific escheat of US savings bonds
  • Com. Sub. for H. B. 2362 – Relating to procedures for voting an emergency absentee ballot by qualified voters

FIRST READING

  • Com. Sub. for H. B. 2095 – Assessing the college-and career-readiness of 11th and 12th grade students
  • Com. Sub. for H. B. 2423 – Prohibiting certain sex offenders from being in a supervisory position over children

 

Committees

Daily Committee Schedule

Committee on the Judiciary

10:00 a.m. – Room 418M

  • H. B. 2527, Relating to forgery and other crimes concerning lottery tickets,
  • H. B. 2509, Clarifying that theft of a controlled substance is a felony,
  • H. B. 2319, Creating a state-administered wholesale drug importation program,
  • H. B. 2083, Providing an identification card for released inmates who do not have a West Virginia identification card or driver’s license,
  • H. B. 2446, Blue Alert Plan,
  • H. B. 2198, Relating to pyramid promotional schemes,
  • H. B. 2467, Relating to permitting nonresidents to obtain state licenses to carry a concealed deadly weapon,

 

Technology & Infrastructure

1:00 p.m. – Room 215E

  • House Bill 2070, Permitting persons who are twenty-one years of age or older to operate or be a passenger on a motorcycle without a helmet
  • House Bill 2359, Relating to exemptions to the commercial driver’s license requirements
  • House Bill 2338, Allowing the owner of an antique military vehicle to display alternate registration insignia

Committee on Finance

2:00 p.m. – Room 464M

  • Budget Hearing for the Department of Agriculture

 

3:00 p.m. – Room 464M

  • Budget Hearing for the W.Va. Conservation Agency

 

Committee on Education

2:00 p.m. – Room 432M

  • H. B. 2009, Creating a new category of Innovation in Education grant program

 

Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services

4:00 p.m. – Room 215E

Presentations to the committee to include, but may not be limited to the following:

  • Mr. Kenneth Tyree, West Virginia State Fire Marshal;
  • Mr. Chris Hall, West Virginia EMS Coalition;
  • The West Virginia State Firemen’s Association;
  • The West Virginia State Fire Chiefs Association.

 

Bills:

BILLS TO BE INTRODUCED

Monday, January 21, 2019

  1. By Del. Cooper, Cadle and Hartman – Allowing certain donations by persons renewing their driver’s license or vehicle registration (FN) – To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance
  2. By Del. P. Martin, Wilson, Hanna and Maynard – Relating to military service credit for retirement purposes (FN) – To Pensions and Retirement then Finance
  3. By Del. Canestraro, Zukoff, Williams, Caputo, Diserio, Sponaugle, Evans, Campbell, Swartzmiller, Miller and Robinson – Requiring available materials, supplies, equipment and other items purchased by the state and its agencies to be made in the United States (FN) – To Industry and Labor then the Judiciary
  4. By Del. Fast, Harshbarger and Hollen – Relating to purchasing exemptions and procedures – To Veterans’ Affairs and Homeland Security then Government Organization
  5. By Del. Westfall, Azinger, Nelson and Criss – Relating to the Mine Subsidence Insurance program – To Banking and Insurance then the Judiciary
  6. By Del. Caputo, N. Brown, Lovejoy, Paynter, Dean, Zukoff, Canestraro, Angelucci, Maynard, Toney and Walker – West Virginia Black Lung Program – To the Judiciary then Finance
  7. By Del. Nelson, Pushkin, Hornbuckle, McGeehan, Householder, Barrett, Fluharty, Wilson, Byrd, Campbell and Queen – Providing banking services for medical cannabis (FN) – To Banking and Insurance then the Judiciary
  8. By Del. Kessinger and Foster – Allowing private entities to lease buildings to local school boards in cases of emergency or condemnation – To Education
  9. By Del. Harshbarger, Paynter, Sypolt, Cooper, Hanna and Bibby – Prohibiting the waste of game animals, game birds or game fish – To Agriculture and Natural Resources then the Judiciary
  10. By Del. R. Thompson, Evans, Lovejoy, Doyle, Hornbuckle, Hicks, Dean and Paynter – Requiring certain safety measures be taken at public schools – To Education
  11. By Del. Howell, Pack and Hamrick – Permitting directors of county emergency phone systems to obtain mobile-phone emergency lines – To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization
  12. By Del. Canestraro, Fleischauer, Zukoff, Fluharty, Caputo and Diserio – Increasing the tax on the privilege of severing natural gas and oil (FN) – To Energy then Finance
  13. By Del. Canestraro, Fleischauer, Zukoff and Hansen – Authorizing local boards of health to assess, charge and collect increased environmental fees for restaurants – To Political Subdivisions then Health and Human Resources
  14. By Del. Canestraro, Zukoff, Lovejoy, Robinson, Fluharty, Diserio and Miller – Exempting recipients of the distinguished Purple Heart medal from payment of the vehicle registration fee – To Veterans’ Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance
  15. By Del. Pushkin, Cadle, Doyle, Butler, McGeehan, Cooper, N. Brown, Ellington, Lovejoy, Sponaugle and Hornbuckle – Excluding from tax equipment installed in a motor vehicle for use of a person with a medical necessity (FN) – To Finance
  16. By Del. Shott – Relating to the election prohibition zone – To the Judiciary
  17. By Del. Bates, Householder and Barrett – Creating a healthy living tax credit against the personal income tax (FN) – To Health and Human Resources then Finance
  18. By Del. Rohrbach, Maynard, Linville, Worrell and R. Thompson – Relating to compulsory school attendance – To Education then the Judiciary
  19. By Del. Capito – Creating a matching program for the Small Business Innovation and Research Program and the Small Business Technology Transfer Program (FN) – To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance
  20. By Del. Rohrbach, Higginbotham, Maynard, Cooper, Hamrick, Rowan, Toney, Atkinson, Dean, R. Thompson and Campbell – Requiring the State Board of Education to develop a method for funding student transportation costs as a stand-alone consideration (FN) – To Education then Finance
  21. By Del. Rowe, Fluharty, Fleischauer, Byrd and Robinson – Relating to the intestate share of a decedent’s surviving spouse – To the Judiciary
  22. By Del. Caputo – The Motion Picture Open Captioning Act – To the Judiciary
  23. By Del. Hamrick, Worrell, Higginbotham and Howell – Relating to transfers and enrollment policies for students in public schools – To Education
  24. By Del. Doyle, Estep-Burton, Angelucci, S. Brown and Evans – Banning plastic bags – To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then the Judiciary
  25. By Del. Doyle, S. Brown, Evans, Hansen, Pushkin and Hornbuckle – Relating to required notices for air quality permits prior to the permit being granted – To Government Organization then the Judiciary
  26. By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley [By Request of the Executive] – Exempting social security and tier one railroad retirement benefits from personal income tax (FN) – To Finance
  27. By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Nelson and Miley – Adding the definition of grantee to include state spending units and local governments – To Government Organization then Finance
  28. By Del. Howell, Pack, Hamrick, Worrell, Dean, Fast, Hott, Hollen, Storch, Ellington and Butler – Requiring a special report by the Division of Personnel – To Government Organization
  29. By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Miley and Nelson – Relating to the operation of state-owned farms (FN) – To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization
  30. By Del. Angelucci, Caputo and Longstreth – Expanding the eligibility for service on county school boards – To Education then the Judiciary
  31. By Del. Kump, Pushkin, McGeehan and N. Brown – Requiring the issuance of a search warrant before a driver of a motor vehicle can be made to submit to a secondary blood test – To the Judiciary
  32. By Del. Wilson – Relating to civil asset forfeiture – To the Judiciary
  33. By Del. Paynter, Bibby, Fast, Hanna, Harshbarger, Jennings, Kessinger, P. Martin, Pyles, Queen and Pack – Relating to modification of cottage food laws (FN) – To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Health and Human Resources
  34. By Del. Canestraro, Fleischauer, Zukoff, Pethtel, Fluharty, Diserio and Williams – Collecting a user fee from oil and gas producers who use secondary roads in the state (FN) – To Industry and Labor then Finance
  35. By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker), Nelson and Miley – Changing the rate at which certain judges are paid for mileage (FN) – To Finance
  36. By Del. Hanshaw (Mr. Speaker) and Miley – Allowing an individual to petition a circuit court for the expungement of misdemeanor offenses – To Health and Human Resources then the Judiciary
  37. By Del. Doyle, S. Brown and Evans – Increasing the tax on the privilege of severing natural gas and oil (FN) – To Energy then Finance
  38. By Del. Doyle, S. Brown, Barrett, Evans, Hansen and Hornbuckle – Reinstating the film tax credits (FN) – To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Finance
  39. By Del. R. Thompson – Providing that schools be closed for two weeks during the holiday season preceding Christmas Day and following New Year’s Day – To Education
  40. By Del. Rohrbach, D. Kelly, Hollen, Hornbuckle, Mandt, Walker, Linville, Steele and Worrell – Providing that the sale and purchase of copper as scrap metal may not be completed with the payment of cash – To Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development then Government Organization
  41. By Del. Rohrbach, Hornbuckle, Walker and Lovejoy – Making the written plans of municipalities that have been approved by the Municipal Home Rule Board permanent – To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization
  42. By Del. Doyle, S. Brown, Evans, Pushkin and Hornbuckle – Relating to payment for the construction of any expanded or upgraded public service district facilities in certain circumstances – To Industry and Labor then the Judiciary

 

Friday, January 18, 2019

  1. By Del. Summers, Howell, Waxman, Queen, Hamrick, Jennings, Sypolt, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell and Kump – Road Maintenance Program (FN) – To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization
  2. By Del. Summers, D. Jeffries, Sypolt, D. Kelly, Toney, Hardy, Mandt, Maynard, Linville, Phillips and Criss – Establishing country roads accountability and transparency (FN) – To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization
  3. By Del. Howell, Pack, Hott, Hamrick, Dean, Graves, Ellington, Linville, Higginbotham, Butler and Kessinger – Relating to special funds of boards of examination or registration – To Government Organization
  4. By Del. Robinson, Pack, Sypolt, Estep-Burton, Caputo, Paynter, Miller, Householder, Malcolm, Williams and Criss – Requiring members of the State Police to follow the towing services policy of the county (FN) – To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization
  5. By Del. Howell, Pack, Hott, Hamrick, Dean, Graves, Ellington, Higginbotham, Linville, Butler and Kessinger – Authorizing the Department of Motor Vehicles to issue certain vital records in the custody of the State Registrar (FN) – To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance
  6. By Del. Hansen, Fleischauer, Walker, Summers, Pyles, Williams, Pethtel, Zukoff, R. Thompson, Staggers and Doyle – Relating to campus police officers of state institutions of higher learning – To Education then the Judiciary
  7. By Del. Howell, Pack, Hott, Hamrick, Dean, Graves, Ellington, Higginbotham, Linville, Butler and Kessinger – Permitting pawn brokers to disclose whether any specific property has been sold or pledged – To Government Organization
  8. By Del. Butler, Cadle, Wilson, Ellington, Shott, Howell, Hardy, Kump, Pack, Storch and Fast – Exempting the sale and installation of mobility enhancing equipment from the sales and use tax (FN) – To Health and Human Resources then Finance
  9. By Del. Linville, Howell, Higginbotham, Jennings, Butler, McGeehan, Steele, Worrell, Maynard, Waxman and Foster – Making it easier the renewal of driver license with the designation of “Veteran” and to provide a lifetime license for certain veterans (FN) – To Technology and Infrastructure then Finance
  10. By Del. Canestraro, Pushkin and Williams – Permitting salary increases for full time official court reporters based upon years of service – To Finance
  11. By Del. Harshbarger, Paynter, Cooper, Hanna, Bibby, Atkinson, Sypolt, D. Kelly and Mandt – Authorizing the tracking of wounded or injured deer or bear with leashed dogs – To Agriculture and Natural Resources then the Judiciary
  12. By Del. Butler, Maynard, Cadle, Foster, Hanna, Espinosa, Higginbotham, McGeehan, Householder, Canestraro and Swartzmiller – The Campus Self Defense Act – To the Judiciary
  13. By Del. Walker, Fleischauer, Hansen, Estep-Burton, Longstreth, Pyles, Angelucci, Worrell, Sypolt, Azinger and Summers – Relating to the Antihazing Law (FN) – To Education
  14. By Del. Harshbarger, Paynter, Cooper, Bibby, D. Kelly, Atkinson, Sypolt, Hanna and Mandt – Relating to permitting fur-bearer parts – To Agriculture and Natural Resources then the Judiciary
  15. By Del. Harshbarger, Paynter, Sypolt, Cooper, Bibby, Atkinson, Hanna, D. Kelly and Mandt – Authorizing minors with a graduated driver’s license to pump gasoline – To Technology and Infrastructure then the Judiciary
  16. By Del. Harshbarger, Paynter, Cooper, Hanna, Bibby, D. Kelly and Mandt – Increasing the amount of time a taxpayer has to seek relief from a county commission from an erroneous assessment (FN) – To Political Subdivisions then Finance
  17. By Del. Atkinson, Hill, D. Jeffries, Hollen, Fleischauer and Staggers – Permitting a pharmacist to convert prescriptions authorizing refills under certain circumstances – To Health and Human Resources
  18. By Del. Summers, Hill, Pack, Dean, Atkinson, Wilson, Worrell, D. Jeffries, Hollen, Butler and Rohrbach – Tobacco Cessation Therapy Access Act – To Health and Human Resources
  19. By Del. Summers and Steele – Creating an offense for public intoxication due to drug use (FN) – To the Judiciary
  20. By Del. Steele, Pack, Harshbarger, Mandt, J. Jeffries, Graves, Howell, Wilson, Foster and Kessinger – Relating to forgery and other crimes concerning lottery tickets (FN) – To the Judiciary
  21. By Del. Cooper, Anderson and R. Thompson – Relating to employees of the Commissioner of Agriculture – To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Government Organization
  22. By Del. Swartzmiller, Diserio, Lavender-Bowe, McGeehan, Miley, Barrett, Miller, Azinger, Lovejoy, Storch and Caputo – Exempting social security benefits from state personal income tax (FN) – To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Finance

Bills that have passed the House:

HB 2028 Limiting supervision of laying of lines on state rights-of-way 01/17/19 Passed House (Roll No. 3)
HB 2038 Relating to the procedure to determine if an occupation or profession should be regulated 01/17/19 Passed House (Roll No. 4)
HB 2128 Allowing state employees to take paid leave to attend parent-teacher conference for their children 01/17/19 Passed House (Roll No. 5)
HB 2164 Clarifying that appeals to the Supreme Court are a matter of right 01/16/19 Passed House (Roll No. 1)
HB 2183 Clarifying where a charge of DUI may be brought against an individual 01/17/19 Passed House (Roll No. 6)
HB 2185 Relating to the removal of animals left unattended in motor vehicles 01/18/19 Passed House (Roll No. 7)
HB 2307 Relating to creating a provisional license for practicing barbering and cosmetology 01/18/19 Passed House (Roll No. 8)
HB 2351 Relating to regulating prior authorizations 01/16/19 Passed House (Roll No. 2)

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