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THE SENATE HAS PASSED WITH AMENDMENT THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILL:
H.B. 2411 A BILL to amend and reenact §§ 30-347, 32.1-16, 32.1-137.2, 32.1-137.6, 32.1-137.7, 32.1-137.9, 32.1-137.13 through 32.1-137.16, 32.1-276.9:1, 32.1-352, 38.2-508, 38.2-508.1, 38.2-508.5, 38.2-3406.1, 38.2-3406.2, 38.2-3407.11, 38.2-3407.12, 38.2-3407.14, 38.2-3407.16, 38.2-3407.18, 38.2-3411.1, 38.2-3412.1, 38.2-3414, 38.2-3414.1, 38.2-3417, 38.2-3418.5, 38.2-3418.8, 38.2-3418.9, 38.2-3418.10, 38.2-3418.13 through 38.2-3418.17, 38.2-3430.3, 38.2-3430.6, 38.2-3431, 38.2-3432.1, 38.2-3432.2, 38.2-3432.3, 38.2-3436, 38.2-3500, 38.2-3501, 38.2-3503, 38.2-3520, 38.2-3521.1, 38.2-3522.1, 38.2-3523.4, 38.2-3525, 38.2-3540.2, 38.2-3541, 38.2-3551, 38.2-4109, 38.2-4214, 38.2-4217, 38.2-4229.1, 38.2-4306, 38.2-4310, 38.2-4312.3, 38.2-4319, 38.2-4509, 38.2-5900, and 58.1-2501 of the Code of Virginia; to amend the Code of Virginia by adding sections numbered 38.2-3416.1, 38.2-3433.1, 38.2-3541.3, 38.2-4216.2, and 38.2-5901.1 through 38.2-5901.4; and to repeal §§ 38.2-316.1 and 38.2-326, Articles 6 (§§ 38.2-3438 through 38.2-3454.1) and 7 (§§ 38.2-3455 through 38.2-3460) of Chapter 34 of Title 38.2, and Chapter 35.1 (§§ 38.2-3556 through 38.2-3571) of Title 38.2 of the Code of Virginia, relating to health insurance; reversion of provisions upon the repeal of the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act; health benefit plans; individual and group coverage; market reforms; open enrollment programs; plan management functions; coordination with federal exchange; internal and external review processes; license tax. (HB2411E)
Patrons--Byron and LaRock
THE SENATE HAS PASSED WITH AMENDMENTS AS SUBSTITUTED FOR HOUSE AMENDMENTS THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILL:
H.B. 1500 A BILL for all amendments to Chapter 780 of the 2016 Acts of Assembly, which appropriated funds for the 2016-18 Biennium, and to provide a portion of revenues for the two years ending respectively, on the thirtieth day of June 2017, and the thirtieth day of June, 2018, submitted by the Governor of Virginia to the presiding officer of each house of the General Assembly of Virginia in accordance with the provisions of § 2.2-1509, Code of Virginia.
THE SENATE HAS PASSED THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILLS:
H.B. 1543 A BILL to amend and reenact § 58.1-609.6 of the Code of Virginia, relating to sales and use tax; media-related exemptions.
Patrons--Robinson and Keam
H.B. 1883 A BILL to amend and reenact § 40.1-49.4 of the Code of Virginia, relating to enforcement of occupational safety and health laws; civil penalties.
H.B. 1890 A BILL to amend and reenact § 58.1-610 of the Code of Virginia, relating to collection of sales and use tax.
H.B. 2113 A BILL to amend and reenact § 18.2-186.6 of the Code of Virginia, relating to a notification requirement for breach of payroll data. (HB2113H1)
H.B. 2249 A BILL to amend and reenact § 2 of the first enactment of Chapters 207 and 604 of the Acts of Assembly of 2008, as amended by Chapters 8 and 322 of the Acts of Assembly of 2013, and § 2 of the first enactment of Chapters 11 and 550 of the Acts of Assembly of 2011, relating to modifications to prior revenue bond bills for institutions of higher education; Virginia State University.
H.B. 2250 A BILL to authorize the Treasury Board to issue bonds pursuant to Article X, Section 9 (c) of the Constitution of Virginia in an amount up to $13,637,000 plus financing costs to finance the costs of acquiring, constructing, and equipping revenue-producing capital projects at institutions of higher learning of the Commonwealth; to authorize the Treasury Board, by and with the consent of the Governor, to fix the details of such bonds, to provide for the sale of such bonds, and to issue notes to borrow money in anticipation of the issuance of the bonds; to provide for the pledge of the net revenues of such capital projects and the full faith, credit, and taxing power of the Commonwealth for the payment of such bonds; and to provide that the interest income on such bonds and notes shall be exempt from all taxation by the Commonwealth and any political subdivision thereof.
IN WHICH ACTION IT REQUESTS THE CONCURRENCE OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES.