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  • HB 1392 School security officers; carrying a firearm in performance of duties.
  • HB 1393 Direct primary care agreements; Commonwealth's insurance laws do not apply.
  • HB 1394 Franchisees; status thereof and its employees as employees of the franchisor.
  • HB 1395 Same-sex marriages; civil unions.
  • HB 1396 Grottoes, Town of; amending charter, appointment of member to office of vice-mayor, etc.
  • HB 1397 Income tax, state; subtraction for National Guard pay.
  • HB 1398 Hate crimes; acts against law-enforcement officers, firefighters, and EMS personnel.
  • HB 1399 Elections, State Board of, and local electoral boards; appointments, proportion of political party.
  • HB 1400 Virginia Virtual School Board; established, report.
  • HB 1401 Higher educational institutions; speech on campus.
  • HB 1402 Higher educational institutions, public; certain positions require residency of the Commonwealth.
  • HB 1403 Driving under influence of alcohol; subsequent offenses, penalty.
  • HB 1404 Fire alarms; maliciously activating, penalty.
  • HB 1405 Trooper Chad Phillip Dermyer Memorial Bridge; designating as Rt. 143 bridge over Interstate 64.
  • HB 1406 Firearms; restoration of right to person convicted of a nonviolent felony to possess, etc.
  • HB 1407 Voters, qualified; definition of violent felony.
  • HB 1408 Student vision screenings; requirements for certain students.
  • HB 1409 House of Delegates and Senate districts; General Assembly authorized to make technical adjustments.
  • HB 1410 Higher educational institutions, baccalaureate public; enrollment of non-Virginia students.
  • HB 1411 Privately retained counsel; rules and regulations, client's failure to pay.
  • HB 1412 Weight limits; increases maximum gross weight of a motor vehicle eligible for an overload permit.
  • HB 1413 Driver's licenses; expiration and renewal.
  • HB 1414 Standards of Learning; DOE to review multipart assessment questions, partial credit, etc.
  • HB 1415 Transient occupancy tax; Goochland, Powhatan, and Warren Counties authorized to impose.
  • HB 1416 Line of Duty Act; payments to beneficiaries.
  • HB 1417 School buses; requirements of drivers approaching or immediately preceding a bus.
  • HB 1418 Firearms; libraries owned or operated by localities.
  • HB 1419 Temporary driver's licenses, permits, etc.; DMV authorized to issue to certain aliens.
  • HB 1420 Certificate of public need; repeals certain requirement involving psychiatric beds, etc.
  • HB 1421 High school graduation; standard diploma, career and technical education credential, exception.
  • HB 1422 Virginia Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, etc.
  • HB 1423 Potomac River Watershed; DEQ to identify owner of any combined sewer overflow outfall, etc.
  • HB 1424 Prescription drugs; purpose of labeling.
  • HB 1425 President and Vice President electors; allocation of electoral votes by congressional district.
  • HB 1426 Emergency custody or involuntary admission process; alternative transportation model.
  • HB 1427 Judges; reduces number in circuit courts in the Twenty-first and Twenty-second Circuits.
  • HB 1428 Absentee voting; photo identification required with application.
  • HB 1429 License plates, special; issuance for active duty U.S. Air Force members or certain veterans.
  • HB 1430 Third-party registration groups; registration, disclosure, and recordkeeping requirements, etc.
  • HB 1431 Voter registration drives; compensation prohibitions.
  • HB 1432 Switchblade knife; exception to carry concealed.
  • HB 1433 Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit; allocation to certain organizations.
  • HB 1434 Tuition Assistance Grant Program; eligible institutions, student speech and expression.
  • HB 1435 VIEW; pilot program for substance abuse screening and assessment.
  • HB 1436 Unemployment compensation; wage offset.
  • HB 1437 Public school students; sight and hearing testing, exceptions.
  • HB 1438 Natural gas companies; right of entry.
  • HB 1439 Income tax, individual and corporate; small business job creation tax credit.
  • HB 1440 Farm use vehicles; imposes $250 fine for violating limitations while operating unregistered vehicle.
  • HB 1441 Incapacitated persons; expands class of victims of crime of financial exploitation.
  • HB 1442 Open-end credit plans; caps amount of loan origination fee.
  • HB 1443 Consumer finance lending; application to Internet loans.
  • HB 1444 Minimum wage; increases minimum wage from its current federally mandated level.
  • HB 1445 Wages and salaries; eliminates payment by prepaid cards, etc., without employee's consent.
  • HB 1446 Campaign finance; permitted use of excess funds.
  • HB 1447 Higher educational institutions; establishment of substance abuse recovery housing program.
  • HB 1448 Self-settled spendthrift trusts; certain legal entities to act as qualified trustee.
  • HB 1449 Naloxone; dispensing for use in opioid overdose reversal, etc.
  • HB 1450 Health insurer/health maintenance organization; response to notice from pharmacy's intermediary.
  • HB 1451 Social Services, Department of; survey for children aging out of foster care.
  • HB 1452 Higher educational institutions; graduation requirements, course in Western civilization, etc.
  • HB 1453 Naloxone; dispensing for use in opioid overdose reversal, etc.
  • HB 1454 James River; designation portion a component of Scenic Rivers System.
  • HB 1455 Real property tax; partial exemption for certain commercial and industrial structures.
  • HB 1456 Custody and visitation orders; use of term parenting time.
  • HB 1457 Part-time deputy sheriffs; compensation.
  • HB 1458 Law enforcement, local; fees for concealed handgun permits, courthouse and courtroom security.
  • HB 1459 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use, penalty.
  • HB 1460 Private wells; Stafford County authorized to regulate.
  • HB 1461 Quantico, Town of; amending charter, removes certain town officers elected by town council.
  • HB 1462 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification.
  • HB 1463 Delinquent taxes; publication of list by governing body or treasurer.
  • HB 1464 Felony conviction; compensation for wrongful incarceration.
  • HB 1465 Electric energy; consumption reduction goal, annual progress reports.
  • HB 1466 Concealed handgun permits; expiration notice.
  • HB 1467 Neonatal abstinence syndrome; Board of Health to adopt regulations to include as reportable disease.
  • HB 1468 Incarcerated persons, certain; compliance with detainers, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
  • HB 1469 Concealed handguns; authorization and training for persons designated to carry on school property.
  • HB 1470 Land preservation tax credits; limitations.
  • HB 1471 Reinsurance credits; SCC authorized to adopt certain regulations.