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Convened January 11, 2012
Adjourned sine die March 10, 2012
Reconvened April 18, 2012
Adjourned sine die April 18, 2012

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(C) Carried over
Critical incident stress management teams; privileged information regarding criminal acts committed by emergency medical services or public safety personnel that pose a threat to themselves or others. Adding § 19.2-271.4. (Patron-Yost, HB 856 (Chapter 148); Deeds, SB 362 (Chapter 320))
E-911 Services Board; Commonwealth Interoperability Coordinator to serve as advisor. Amending § 56-484.13. (Patron-Wilt, HB 893 (Chapter 36))
Emergency lights; removes limit of two warning lights allowed member of fire department, rescue squad, etc., on vehicle he owns when answering emergency calls. Amending § 46.2-1024. (Patron-O’Quinn, HB 685 (F))
Emergency Services and Disaster Law; constitutional rights of citizens to keep and bear arms. Amending § 44-146.15. (Patron-Wilt, HB 20 (Chapter 42); Obenshain, SB 245 (Chapter 158))
Fire policy; shall provide coverage for cost charged by a volunteer fire department not funded by real estate or property taxes for services when called to save or protect property insured under policy from a peril insured against. Adding § 38.2-2129. (Patron-Johnson, HB 1202 (Chapter 371); Puckett, SB 140 (Chapter 561))
Freedom of Information Act; exemption for cell phone numbers for EMS personnel and firefighters. Amending § 2.2-3705.1. (Patron-Locke, SB 474 (I) See SB193)
Freedom of Information Act; exemption for cell phone numbers, pagers, etc., for salaried or volunteer EMS personnel and firefighters. Amending § 2.2-3705.2. (Patron-Miller, J.C., SB 193 (Chapter 617))
Health records privacy; health care providers shall disclose information to emergency medical services councils. Amending §§ 32.1-116.1 and 32.1-127.1:03. (Patron-O’Bannon, HB 177 (Chapter 402))
Mobile infrared transmitters; local governments by ordinance to permit use by fire-fighting vehicles in nonemergency situations. Amending § 46.2-1077.1. (Patron-Deeds, SB 358 (C))
Mobile infrared transmitters; violation of prohibition on operation of nonemergency vehicles equipped to use to change traffic light signals, penalty. Amending § 46.2-1077.1. (Patron-Alexander, HB 891 (C))
Regional emergency services councils; plan requirements related to crime victims. Amending § 32.1-111.11. (Patron-Pogge, HB 380 (I) See HB352)
Uniform Flag Act; flag at half-mast for service members, police officers, firefighters, and emergency medical services providers killed in line of duty. Amending § 18.2-490; adding § 18.2-488.1. (Patron-Marshall, D.W., HB 573 (Chapter 767))
Virginia Retirement System; benefits for firefighter, emergency medical technician, or law-enforcement officer in certain localities. Amending §§ 51.1-153 and 51.1-155. (Patron-Petersen, SB 171 (Chapter 811))
Virginia Retirement System; benefits for local law-enforcement, correctional, and emergency response employees in certain localities. Amending § 51.1-138. (Patron-Bulova, HB 428 (C))
Wireless E-911 Fund; distribution of funds on monthly basis to public safety answering point (PSAP). Amending § 56-484.17. (Patron-Ware, R.L., HB 455 (Chapter 25); Watkins, SB 495 (Chapter 165))

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