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Around the Rotunda: Legislative, committee schedule for Wednesday, Jan. 16


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Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019
8th Day of the Legislative Session

Rotunda and social activities:

 

From the Activity Calendar:

GIS Day, Upper House and Upper Senate Rotundas.

SENATE

The Senate will convene at 11 a.m.

 

RESOLUTIONS

  • SR 9: Designating January 16, 2019, as Tucker County Day

THIRD READING (For Passage)

 

  • Eng. SB 10: Relating to Second Chance Driver’s License Program
  • Eng. SB 24: Relating generally to local boards of health
  • Eng. SB 27: Removing restrictions on where certain traditional lottery games may be played
  • Eng. SB 28: Removing hotel occupancy tax limit collects for medical care and emergency services
  • Eng. SB 36: Allowing adjustment of gross income for calculating personal income liability for certain retirees
  • Eng. Com. Sub. for SB 106: Alleviating double taxation on foreign income at state level
  • Eng. SB 177: Fire Commission rule relating to State Building Code
  • Eng. SB 190: DOH rule relating to employment procedures

 

FIRST READING

 

  • Com. Sub. for SB 61: Adding certain crimes for which prosecutor may apply for wiretap
  • SB 272: Updating code relating to Commission on Special Investigations

 

Committees

Daily Committee Schedule: 

Scheduled Committee Meetings

 

1 p.m.: Economic Development (208W)

  • SB 29: Creating five-year tax credits for businesses on post-coal mine sites

 

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

  • SB 191: Agriculture Commissioner rule relating to animal disease control
  • SB 192: Agriculture Commissioner rule relating to industrial hemp
  • SB 193: Agriculture Commissioner rule relating to rural rehabilitation loan program
  • SB 194: Agriculture Commissioner rule relating to captive cervid farming
  • SB 195: Agriculture Commissioner rule relating to farm-to-food bank tax credit
  • SB 196: Agriculture Commissioner rule relating to agritourism
  • SB 197: Agriculture Commissioner rule relating to farmers markets
  • SB 198: Agriculture Commissioner rule relating to seed certification program
  • SB 259: Expanding Coyote Control Program

 

2 p.m.: Pensions (451M)

  • SB 231: Calculating retirement benefits for certain Legislators
  • SB 11: Relating to retirement and pension benefits of certain PERS and Teachers Retirement System members who serve in the Legislature
  • SB 38: Exempting DNR Police Officers’ pension benefits from State Income Tax
  • SB 296: Providing 11-month window to permit members of PERS to purchase credited service

 

3 p.m.: Judiciary (208W)

  • SB 62: Requiring participation in drug court program before discharge of certain first-time drug offenses
  • SB 240: Repealing certain legislative rules no longer authorized or are obsolete

 

3 p.m.: Finance (451M)

  • SB 180: State Tax Department rule relating to payment of taxes by electronic funds transfer
  • SB 181: State Tax Department rule relating to aircraft operated under a fractional ownership program
  • SB 182: State Tax Department rule relating to senior citizen tax credit for property taxes paid
  • SB 183: State Tax Department rule relating to administration of tax on purchases of wine and liquor inside and outside of municipalities
  • Budget Hearing: West Virginia Department of Agriculture – Kent A. Leonhardt, Commissioner
  • Budget Hearing: West Virginia State Conservation Agency – Brian Farkas, Executive Director

 

Senate Bills

Senate Bills to be Introduced Wednesday, January 16, 2019

 

  • SB 316: Preserving previously approved state Municipal Policemen’s or Firemen’s pensions (FN) (Plymale, Woelfel; Pensions then Finance)
  • SB 317: Authorizing three or more adjacent counties form multicounty trail network authority (FN) (Maynard; Natural Resources then Judiciary)
  • SB 318: Transferring Medicaid Fraud Control Unit to Attorney General’s office (FN) (Trump; Judiciary)
  • SB 319: Relating to attorney contingency fee contracts and collections (Trump; Judiciary)
  • SB 320: Relating to punitive damage awards and payments (FN) (Trump; Judiciary)
  • SB 321: Removing requirement reconstructed vehicle be inspected before being titled or registered (Maynard; Transportation and Infrastructure)
  • SB 322: Allowing labor union not represent employee who is not member of union (Maynard; Judiciary)
  • SB 323: Establishing revenue fund and source to support Department of Agriculture’s improvement to facilities (Baldwin, Beach, Maynard, Romano, Rucker, Smith, Sypolt; Government Organization then Finance)
  • SB 324: Relating to Commissioner of Agriculture employees (FN) (IB) (Sypolt, Beach, Rucker, Smith, Weld; Government Organization)
  • SB 325: Creating WV Motorsports Committee (Maynard; Government Organization)
  • SB 326: Reorganizing state agencies involved in emergency and disaster planning (FN) (Carmichael, Prezioso; Government Organization then Finance) [By Request of the Executive]
  • SB 327: Providing economic incentives for public school mathematics teachers (FN) (Carmichael, Prezioso; Education then Finance) [By Request of the Executive]
  • SB 328: Requiring teaching of agricultural science education course (Cline; Education then Finance)
  • SB 329: Relating to agricultural education in high schools (FN) (Cline; Education then Finance)
  • SB 330: Requiring contact information be listed on agency’s online directory and website (Maynard; Government Organization)
  • SB 331: Using leashed dogs to track mortally wounded deer or bear (Maynard; Natural Resources)
  • SB 332: Relating to Class Q special hunting permit for disabled persons (Maynard; Natural Resources)
  • SB 333: Exempting automobiles 25 years or older from personal property taxes (Maynard; Transportation and Infrastructure then Finance)
  • SB 334: Requiring Secretary of State establish searchable database for WV corporations and sole proprietorships (Maynard, Hamilton; Government Organization then Finance)
  • SB 335: Notifying all persons mentioned in will before it is altered (Maynard, Hamilton; Judiciary)
  • SB 336: Creating WV Motorsports Entertainment Complex Investment Act (FN) (Maynard; Finance)
  • SB 337: Allowing certain correctional employees carry firearms (Weld, Clements, Maynard; Government Organization)

 

* (FN) indicates the bill has a Fiscal Note

* (IB) indicates the bill is an Interim Bill

 

Committee Action on Bills from Tuesday, January 15, 2019

 

10 a.m.: Military

  • SB 121: Providing continued eligibility for developmental disability services to military members’ dependents
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Finance

 

  • SB 149: Exempting certain veterans from concealed weapons license fees
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Finance

 

  • SB 256: Allowing certain deductions from individual personal income tax refunds
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Finance

 

  • SB 297: Extending expiration of military members’ spouses’ driver’s license
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Finance

 

10 a.m.: Transportation and Infrastructure

  • Originating Resolution 1: Amending the Joint Rules of the Senate and House of Delegates relating to resolutions
  • Resolution reported to full Senate with recommendation it be adopted; second reference to Finance

 

  • SB 55: Relating to driving privileges and requirements for persons under 18
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

1 p.m.: Energy, Industry and Mining

  • SB 164: DEP rule relating to requirements for conformity of transportation plans, programs, and projects applicable to air quality implementation plans
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 165: DEP rule relating to provisions for determination of compliance with air quality management rules
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 166: DEP rule relating to cross-state air pollution rule to control certain emissions
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • 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
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 227: Office of Miners’ Health, Safety, and Training rule relating to submission and approval of comprehensive mine safety program
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 160: DEP rule relating to ambient air quality
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 161: DEP rule relating to standards of performance for new stationary sources
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 162: DEP rule relating to control of air pollution from hazardous waste treatment, storage, and disposal facilities
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 163: DEP rule relating to emission standards for hazardous air pollutants
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 228: Office of Miners’ Health, Safety, and Training rule relating to operating diesel equipment in underground mines
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 275: Relating to sale of delinquent surface and mineral properties
  • Removed from agenda

 

  • SB 52: Entitling natural resource producers to economic opportunity tax credit
  • Removed from agenda

 

1 p.m.: Health and Human Resources

  • SB 168: DHHR rule relating to behavioral health centers
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 169: DHHR rule relating to assisted living residences
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 170: DHHR rule relating to food establishments
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 171: DHHR rule relating food manufacturing facilities
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 172: DHHR rule relating to newborn screening system
  • Committee Substitute reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 174: DHHR rule relating to chronic pain management clinic licensure
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 175: DHHR rule relating to collection and exchange of overdose data
  • Committee Substitute reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

  • SB 176: Health Care Authority rule relating to cooperative agreement approval and compliance
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Judiciary

 

2 p.m.: Government Organization

  • SB 3: Establishing WV Small Wireless Facilities Deployment Act
  • Committee Substitute reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass

 

  • SB 22: Adopting Revised Uniform Athlete Agents Act of 2015
  • Removed from agenda

 

  • SB 255: Relating to Emergency Medical Services Advisory Committee
  • Bill not taken up at this meeting

 

2 p.m.: Education

  • SB 1: Increasing access to career education and workforce training
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass; second reference to Finance

 

3 p.m.: Judiciary

  • SB 152: Relating generally to criminal offense expungement
  • Committee Substitute reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass

 

  • SB 17: Relating to probation eligibility
  • Committee Substitute reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass

 

  • SB 119: Specifying documents not subject to discovery in certain proceedings
  • Bill reported to full Senate with recommendation it do pass

 

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

  • H. B. 2164 – Clarifying that appeals to the Supreme Court are a matter of right
  • H. B. 2351 – Relating to regulating prior authorizations

SECOND READING – Amendment Stage

  • Com. Sub. for H. B. 2028 – Limiting supervision of laying of lines on state rights-of-way
  • Com. Sub. for H. B. 2038 – Relating to the procedure to determine if an occupation or profession should be regulated
  • Com. Sub. for H. B. 2128 – Allowing state employees to take paid leave to attend parent-teacher conference for their children
  • Com. Sub. for H. B. 2183 – Clarifying where a charge of DUI may be brought against an individual

FIRST READING

  • H. B. 2185 – Relating to the removal of animals left unattended in motor vehicles (Judiciary Committee Amendment Pending)
  • Com. Sub. for H. B. 2307 – Relating to creating a provisional license for practicing barbering and cosmetology

 

Committees

Daily Committee Schedule

Committee on the Judiciary

9:00 a.m. – Room 420M

  • H. B. 2008, Relating to nonpartisan election of justices of the Supreme Court of Appeals
  • H. B. 2362, Relating to procedures for voting an emergency absentee ballot by qualified voters
  • H. B. 2193, Providing a specific escheat of US savings bonds
  • H. B. 2423, Prohibiting certain sex offenders from being in a supervisory position over children
  • H. B. 2003, Extending expungement of certain criminal convictions

 

Committee on Government Organization

9:00 a.m. – Room 215E

  • HB 2203, West Virginia Contractor Licensing Act. (2nd reference to Judiciary)
  • HB 2311, Exempting short-term license holders to submit information to the State Tax Commission once the term of the permit has expired.
  • HB 2346, Changing the licensing requirement for certain casino employees

 

Committee on Finance

9:00 a.m. – Room 464M

  • Budget hearing for the W.Va. Department of Education

 

2:00 p.m. – Room 464M

  • Budget hearing for the Department of Administration

 

4:00 p.m. – Room 464M

  • Budget hearing for the School Building Authority

 

Committee on Education

2:30 p.m. – Room 432M

  • H. B. 2378, Relating generally to grounds for revocation of a teaching certificate
  • H. B. 2095, Assessing the college-and career- readiness of 11th and 12th grade students

 

Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security

1:00 p.m. – Room 434M

  • H.B. 2036, Permitting vehicles displaying disabled veterans’ special registration plates to park in places where persons with mobility impairments may park.
  • H.B. 2209, Relating to allowing military veterans who meet certain qualifications to qualify for examination for licensure as an emergency medical technician.
  • H.B. 2223, Relating to recognizing those in active military service as residents for the purpose of obtaining concealed carry permits while stationed at a West Virginia military installation.
  • H.B. 2330, Relating to allowing military veterans with certain military ratings to qualify for examination for license as a plumber, allowing military veterans with certain military ratings to qualify for examination for license as an electrician; allowing military veterans with certain military ratings to qualify for examination for license as a sprinkler fitter in training or a journeyman sprinkler fitter.

 

Technology and Infrastructure

4:00 p.m. – Room 215E

House Bill 2005, Broadband Expansion Act of 2019

 

*** Agendas and times subject to change. ***

 

 

 

 

House Bills

BILLS TO BE INTRODUCED

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

  1. By Del. Pushkin – Creating the Independent Redistricting Commission of the Joint Committee on Government and Finance – To the Judiciary then Finance
  2. By Del. Hollen – Blue Alert Plan (FN) – To the Judiciary
  3. By Del. Kump, Householder, McGeehan and Cooper – Exempting certain kindergartens, preschools and school education programs that are operated by a private school from state licensure requirements – To Education then Finance
  4. By Del. Robinson, Dean, P. Martin, Rohrbach, Campbell, Cooper, Pack, Atkinson, Miller, Canestraro and Lovejoy – Middle School Technical Education Program Act (FN) – To Education then Finance
  5. By Del. Mr. Hanshaw Mr. Speaker and Miley [By Request of the Executive] – WV Invests Grant Program (FN) – To Education then Finance
  6. By Del. Rowe – Increasing access to career education and workforce training (FN) – To Education then Finance
  7. By Del. Rowe – Katherine Johnson Hope Scholarship Act (FN) – To Education then Finance
  8. By Del. Mr. Hanshaw Mr. Speaker and Miley [By Request of the Executive] – Creating the West Virginia Cybersecurity Office (FN) – To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization
  9. By Del. Rowe – Relating to eligibility for parole (FN) – To the Judiciary
  10. By Del. Rowe, Estep-Burton and Robinson – Allowing low income senior citizens to receive certain tax credits without filing a state income tax return – To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then Finance
  11. By Del. Paynter, Dean, Maynard, Cooper, C. Martin, McGeehan, Linville, Campbell, Storch, R. Thompson and Cadle – Redirecting excise tax revenue on bottled soft drinks from West Virginia University schools to the Public Employees Insurance Agency (FN) – To Banking and Insurance then Finance
  12. By Del. Kump and McGeehan – Relating to the definition of a political party for all state and local elections – To the Judiciary
  13. By Del. Kump, Householder, McGeehan and Cooper – Educational Equality Act (FN) – To Education then Finance
  14. By Del. Kump, Householder, McGeehan, Cooper and Malcolm – Providing that West Virginia will not participate in the REAL ID Act of 2005 – To Technology and Infrastructure then the Judiciary
  15. By Del. Shott – Exercising authority to exempt individuals domiciled within the state from certain restrictions contained in federal law – To the Judiciary
  16. By Del. Williams – Creating a statutory right to petition circuit and family courts for sibling visitation – To Senior, Children, and Family Issues then the Judiciary
  17. By Del. Williams – Relating to cruelty to animals – To Agriculture and Natural Resources then the Judiciary
  18. By Del. Hollen – Issuing a certificate to correctional employees to carry firearms – To the Judiciary
  19. By Del. Williams – Increasing the minimum wage based upon increases in the consumer price index – To Industry and Labor then Finance
  20. By Del. Williams – Requiring free feminine hygiene products in grades 6 through 12 – To Education then Finance
  21. By Del. Fast – Providing an exemption from regulation by the Public Service Commission for motor vehicles used exclusively in the transportation of roll-off solid waste containers – To Technology and Infrastructure then the Judiciary
  22. By Del. Pack, Steele, Graves, Worrell, Howell, Paynter, Caputo and C. Martin – Providing for state employees to drive veterans to and from certain appointments (FN) – To Veterans’ Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance
  23. By Del. Howell, Hanna, Hott, Steele, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell, Hill and Wilson – Relating to permitting nonresidents to obtain state licenses to carry a concealed deadly weapon (FN) – To the Judiciary
  24. By Del. Cooper, Hartman and R. Thompson – Department of Agriculture Capital Improvements Fund (FN) – To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance

 

 

BILLS INTRODUCED

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

  1. By Del. Howell, Westfall, Rohrbach, Worrell, Summers, Hamrick, Ellington, Queen, Hill, Wilson and Criss – Relating to municipal home rule – To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization
  2. By Del. Jennings, Harshbarger, Hanna, Householder, Wilson, Foster, Ellington, McGeehan, Kessinger, Hollen and Malcolm – Eliminating the certificate of need program – To Health and Human Resources then the Judiciary
  3. By Del. Cowles, Harshbarger, Kump, Householder, Ellington, Hill, Wilson, Butler, Steele, Jennings and Criss – Relating to nonpartisan election of justices of the Supreme Court of Appeals – To the Judiciary
  4. By Del. Hamrick, Dean, Phillips, Cadle, Porterfield, Wilson, Jennings, Cooper and Espinosa – Creating a new category of Innovation in Education grant program – To Education
  5. By Del. Caputo – Providing an increase in compensation for natural resources police officers (FN) – To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance
  6. By Del. Ellington, Summers, Pack, Atkinson, Hollen, Rohrbach, Pushkin, Walker and Fleischauer – Imposing a healthcare related provider tax on certain health care organizations (FN) – To Health and Human Resources then Finance
  7. By Del. Cooper, Pack, Higginbotham, Kump and Cadle – Exempting persons with valid religious objections from having their photographs taken and placed on government licenses – To the Judiciary
  8. By Del. Summers, Hill and Wilson – Relating to registered professional nurses – To Health and Human Resources
  9. By Del. Byrd – Requiring hospitals and birthing centers to also test newborn infants for spinal muscular atrophy – To Health and Human Resources
  10. By Del. Lovejoy, Linville, Hornbuckle, Miller, Pethtel, Worrell, Mandt, Williams, Rohrbach and Canestraro – Preserving previously approved pensions awarded through the state Municipal Policemen’s or Municipal Firemen’s Pension and Relief Funds – To Pensions and Retirement then Finance
  11. By Del. Howell, Hanna, Hott, Steele, Linville, Pack, Phillips, Cadle, Worrell, Hill and Wilson – Requiring county commissions to maintain websites with specific information that is available to the public at no charge (FN) – To Political Subdivisions then Government Organization
  12. By Del. Maynard, Azinger, Cooper, Jennings, Lovejoy, Miller, Sponaugle and Sypolt – Relating to accounting for the use of funds from state grants and from formula distributions to volunteer and part-volunteer fire departments – To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Government Organization
  13. By Del. Mr. Hanshaw Mr. Speaker, Bates, Miley, Nelson and Shott – Relating to criminal acts concerning government procurement of commodities and services (FN) – To the Judiciary
  14. By Del. Mr. Hanshaw Mr. Speaker and Miley [By Request of the Executive] – Updating meaning of federal adjusted gross income and certain other terms used in West Virginia Personal Income Tax Act – To Finance
  15. By Del. Mr. Hanshaw Mr. Speaker and Miley [By Request of the Executive] – Updating the meaning of federal taxable income and certain other terms used in the West Virginia Corporation Net Income Tax Act (FN) – To Finance
  16. By Del. Mr. Hanshaw Mr. Speaker and Miley [By Request of the Executive] – Requiring the State Board of Education to adopt a policy detailing the appropriate level of computer science instruction – To Education then Finance
  17. By Del. Mr. Hanshaw Mr. Speaker and Miley [By Request of the Executive] – Relating to the use of state owned rights-of-way – To the Judiciary
  18. By Del. Foster and Higginbotham – Clarifying that a vehicle may not be backed into a public street or highway unless it does not interfere with other traffic – To Technology and Infrastructure then the Judiciary
  19. By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Rowan, Fast, Pack, Steele, Phillips, Summers, Kessinger and Cadle – Including family court judges in the Judges’ Retirement System (FN) – To Pensions and Retirement then Finance
  20. By Del. Shott, Householder and Summers – Relating to the authorization to release a defendant or a person arrested upon his or her own recognizance – To the Judiciary
  21. By Del. Summers, Caputo, Pethtel, Pyles and Miley – Establishing the Mountaineer Trail Network Recreation Authority (FN) – To Government Organization
  22. By Del. Summers – Establishing a minimum monthly retirement annuity of $750 for certain retirants (FN) – To Pensions and Retirement then Finance
  23. By Del. Summers – Relating to the time for the observation of “Celebrate Freedom Week” – To Education
  24. By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Fast, Linville, Pack, Steele, Phillips, Kessinger, Porterfield, Fleischauer and Staggers – Prohibiting certain sex offenders from being in a supervisory position over children – To the Judiciary
  25. By Del. Staggers, C. Thompson and S. Brown – Changing the name of the Health Care Authority to the Health Care Cost Review Authority – To Health and Human Resources then Government Organization
  26. By Del. C. Martin, Hamrick, Dean, Butler, Paynter, Hanna, Maynard and Fast – Defining a work day for school service personnel and removing a provision relating to employment of licensed practical nurses – To Education
  27. By Del. Caputo, Longstreth, Pyles, Angelucci, Boggs, Miller, Fluharty, Hartman, Miley and Swartzmiller – Giving local authorities the authority to decrease the speed limit on streets and highways where school buses travel in its jurisdiction – To Technology and Infrastructure then the Judiciary
  28. By Del. Caputo, Longstreth, Pyles, Angelucci, Boggs, Miller, Campbell, Sponaugle, Hartman, Miley and Swartzmiller – Paying a monthly allotment to certain veterans (FN) – To Veterans’ Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance
  29. By Del. Ellington, Hill, Pack, Dean, Atkinson, Wilson, Bates, Fleischauer, Staggers and Pushkin – Creating a state administered wholesale drug importation program (FN) – To Health and Human Resources then the Judiciary
  30. By Del. Kump, Householder, McGeehan and Cooper – Creating the Vehicle Registration Scofflaw Elimination Program – To Technology and Infrastructure then the Judiciary
  31. By Del. Kump, Householder and McGeehan – Prohibiting forcing currently owner-occupied residences to be required to participate in a public sewer or public water system (FN) – To Technology and Infrastructure then Government Organization
  32. By Del. Kump and Householder – Relating to eligibility in the Public Employees Retirement System for those newly elected or appointed members of the State Legislature (FN) – To Pensions and Retirement then the Judiciary
  33. By Del. Kump and Householder – Electing members of county school boards on a nonpartisan basis in general elections – To Education then the Judiciary
  34. By Del. J. Kelly, Cooper, Waxman, Atkinson, Wilson, Steele, Dean, Campbell, D. Kelly, Hanna and Fast – Modifying the school calendar to begin not earlier than Labor Day and end prior to Memorial Day – To Education
  35. By Del. Mr. Hanshaw Mr. Speaker, Bates, Miley, Nelson and Shott – Relating to the Commission on Special Investigations – To the Judiciary
  36. By Del. Mr. Hanshaw Mr. Speaker, Shott, Canestraro, Nelson, Miley and Bates – Authorizing Attorney General to prosecute violations of state criminal law recommended by the Commission on Special Investigations – To the Judiciary
  37. By Del. Capito – Relating to diseases in newborn children – To Health and Human Resources
  38. By Del. Ellington, Summers, Hill, Pack, Atkinson, Worrell, D. Jeffries and Hollen – Relating to transitioning foster children into managed care – To Health and Human Resources then the Judiciary
  39. By Del. Hartman – Relating generally to survivor benefits for emergency response providers (FN) – To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance
  40. By Del. Maynard, Azinger, Cooper, Jennings, Lovejoy, Miller, Sponaugle and Sypolt – Relating to fire service equipment and training funds for volunteer and part-volunteer fire companies – To Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services then Government Organization
  41. By Del. Hollen – Granting a veteran with a hundred percent service-connected disability a $10,000 exemption from the assessed value for one vehicle (FN) – To Veterans’ Affairs and Homeland Security then Finance
  42. By Del. Foster, Higginbotham, Steele, Kessinger, Howell, Fast and Cadle – Removing certain requirements related to wages for construction of public improvements (FN) – To Industry and Labor then the Judiciary
  43. By Del. Caputo – Increasing compensation for conservation officers (FN) – To Agriculture and Natural Resources then Finance
  44. By Del. Pack and Cooper – Granting the West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses the sole authority for the accreditation of nursing schools – To Health and Human Resources
  45. By Del. Canestraro – Prosecuting Attorney’s Detectives Act (FN) – To the Judiciary

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