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  • HB 259 House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustments in boundaries.
  • HB 1302 Tolling fees; prevents VDOT from charging monthly fees for payment program and its transponders.
  • HB 1303 Small businesses; tax credit for hiring graduates of Virginia's public colleges and universities.
  • HB 1304 Income tax, corporate; credit for contracting with small or minority-owned, etc., businesses.
  • HB 1305 Workers' compensation; injuries presumed to be in course of employment, unless evidence to contrary.
  • HB 1306 Federal Oversight, Commission on; established, report.
  • HB 1307 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); restrictions on use of cash assistance.
  • HB 1308 Writ of actual innocence; petition by juvenile adjudicated delinquent upon felony charge.
  • HB 1309 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year.
  • HB 1310 School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year.
  • HB 1311 Appeal of bond decision; court may stay execution of order for so long as reasonably practicable.
  • HB 1312 Standards of Learning; Board of Education to adopt regulations for an additional testing period.
  • HB 1313 Income tax, state; deconforms State laws from provision of Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act.
  • HB 1314 Health insurance; contraception coverage.
  • HB 1315 Health insurance; contraception coverage.
  • HB 1316 Sex-selective abortions; penalty.
  • HB 1317 Standards of Learning; Board of Education to adopt regulations establishing additional testing.
  • HB 1318 Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety Act; certain liquefied propane gas containers exempt from Act.
  • HB 1319 School calendar; opening of school year in certain school divisions.
  • HB 1320 Peanuts; extends excise tax on those grown in and sold in Virginia.
  • HB 1321 Public schools; possession and administration of epinephrine by local health department employee.
  • HB 1322 Application of foreign law in Virginia courts; decisions concerning domestic relations.
  • HB 1323 Scrap metal processors; reports of purchases.
  • HB 1324 Efficiency Evaluation Fund; established, grants to localities.
  • HB 1325 Juveniles; deferral and dismissal of serious offenses.
  • HB 1326 Concealed handgun permits; firearms safety courses.
  • HB 1327 Port of Va. Economic & Infrastructure Development Zone Grant Fund; certain businesses eligible.
  • HB 1328 Highways, Commissioner of; agreements with localities.
  • HB 1329 Local taxes; interest on refunds and delinquent taxes.
  • HB 1330 Admissions tax; adds Loudoun County to list of counties that are authorized to levy.
  • HB 1331 Local employees; retirement benefits.
  • HB 1332 Local government audit; allowed to request audit from Auditor of Public Accounts upon majority vote.
  • HB 1333 Service district boundaries; allows localities to amend after notice and public hearing.
  • HB 1334 Virginia ports; change in ownership.
  • HB 1335 Local officers; senior judge may appoint temporary member to electoral board.
  • HB 1336 Telework tax credit; creates income tax credit for certain employees.
  • HB 1337 Polling place procedures; voter identification to be current, valid, and contain photograph.
  • HB 1338 Circuit court judges; restricts appointment to office if General Assembly fails to elect.
  • HB 1339 Election districts & redistricting; locality permitted to exclude from census correctional facility.
  • HB 1340 Electoral boards and general registrars; reimbursement of costs of compensation and expenses.
  • HB 1341 Presidential primaries; localities shall be reimbursed by State for all costs incurred.
  • HB 1342 Elections; costs of primaries.
  • HB 1343 Service district boundaries; allows localities to amend after notice and public hearing.
  • HB 1344 Deaf or hard-of-hearing children; special education.
  • HB 1345 Rappahannock River Basin Commission; reduces number of members.
  • HB 1346 Presidential electors; candidate petitions, required signatures, etc.
  • HB 1347 Workers' compensation; weather as risk of public safety officer's employment,injuries incurred.
  • HB 1348 House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustments in boundaries.
  • HB 1349 Dental hygiene and dental hygienist; definitions and licensure.
  • HB 1350 Standards of Learning; local school divisions shall provide math remediation, etc., for grades 6-8.
  • HB 1351 Credit unions, federal; those operating within State to comply with Virginia Small Estate Act.
  • HB 1352 Health care records; increases maximum copying fee that a health care provider may charge.
  • HB 1353 Absentee voting; persons eligible to vote by absentee ballot.
  • HB 1354 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes service charges of photographers and videographers.
  • HB 1355 Writs of actual innocence; petitions.
  • HB 1356 Health insurance; local government employees eligibile to participate in state employee plan.
  • HB 1357 Handheld personal communications devices; texting while driving a primary offense.
  • HB 1358 Law-enforcement officer; impersonating local, etc., law-enforcement officer is Class 1 misdemeanor.
  • HB 1359 Consumer finance companies; rate of interest.
  • HB 1360 Reckless driving; using a handheld personal communications device, penalty.
  • HB 1361 Absentee voting; persons eligible to vote by absentee ballot.
  • HB 1362 Election Day; designating as a state holiday.
  • HB 1363 Private security services businesses; exempts certain employees and representatives from training.
  • HB 1364 Court-appointed experts; compensation in criminal cases.
  • HB 1365 Mental health experts; appointment in criminal cases not involving insanity defense or competency.
  • HB 1366 Smoking; unlawful for person to smoke in motor vehicle with minor present, civil penalty.
  • HB 1367 Cigarettes; deemed litter for purposes of criminal punishment for improper disposal of trash.
  • HB 1368 Jury duty; requires employer to excuse an employee for each day of service that exceeds three hours.
  • HB 1369 School bus stops; school boards shall develop policy for stops located near sex offender residence.
  • HB 1370 Small business; creates an individual and corporate tax credit for those creating new jobs.
  • HB 1371 Reckless driving; removes driving in excess of 80 mph, etc.
  • HB 1372 Unemployment compensation; disqualification from benefits due to loss of license or certification.
  • HB 1373 Legal notices; advertisement by locality.
  • HB 1374 Summary judgment; use of depositions.
  • HB 1375 Customer access to restrooms; retail establishment required to allow customer to use, penalty.
  • HB 1376 Controlled substances; law-enforcement officer's testimony regarding field-test identification.
  • HB 1377 Students; care of those who have been diagnosed with diabetes.
  • HB 1378 Legal notices; locality to publish on its website instead of advertising in newspaper.
  • HB 1379 Law-Enforcement Assistance Program; DCJS to develop a peer-counseling program.
  • HB 1380 Assault and battery; includes campus police officers within enhanced penalty provision.