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  • HB 4 Case management system; public accessibility.
  • HB 5 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use, penalty.
  • HB 6 Security freezes; elimination of fees.
  • HB 7 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use.
  • HB 8 Public procurement; agreements with labor organizations.
  • HB 9 Safety restraints; all occupants of motor vehicles required to utilize.
  • HB 10 Hate crimes; criminal acts against persons because of gender, etc.
  • HB 11 Tuition, in-state; domicile, individuals currently granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
  • HB 12 Temporary driver's licenses, permits, etc.; DMV authorized to issue to certain aliens.
  • HB 13 Instructional positions; students identified as having limited English proficiency.
  • HB 14 Dogs or cats; public animal shelters required to notify intent to euthanize.
  • HB 15 Student discipline, alternative; assault and battery without bodily injury.
  • HB 16 Motor vehicle and fire insurance; use of credit information.
  • HB 17 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount.
  • HB 18 Transient occupancy tax; removes sunset date from Arlington County's authority to impose.
  • HB 19 Tuition, in-state; eligibility, certain individuals who have applied for permanent residency, etc.
  • HB 20 Fair Repair Act; access to diagnostics, tools, services documentation, and firmware, penalties.
  • HB 21 Reproductive health services; health benefit plans to cover costs of certain services.
  • HB 23 Red Tape Reduction Commission; created, review of regulatory requirements, report.
  • HB 24 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for menstrual supplies.
  • HB 25 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for menstrual supplies.
  • HB 27 Vehicle inspection sticker; location on vehicle.
  • HB 29 Budget Bill.
  • HB 30 Budget Bill.
  • HB 31 Profane swearing or cursing in public; eliminates crime.
  • HB 32 Hate crimes; reporting to State Police.
  • HB 33 Electric utility regulation; approval of generating facilities.
  • HB 34 Railroads; freight train crew requirements, civil penalty.
  • HB 36 School calendar; opening day of school year.
  • HB 37 Wages; cause of action against an employer for nonpayment.
  • HB 38 School calendar; opening day of school year.
  • HB 39 Minimum wage, local alternative; establishes procedure by which wage may be imposed in any locality.
  • HB 40 Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program; established, effective clause.
  • HB 41 Firearms; mechanical devices designed to increase rate of fire, penalty.
  • HB 42 Suicide; abolishes common-law crime.
  • HB 43 Firearms; reporting when lost or stolen.
  • HB 44 High school family life education curricula; law and meaning of consent.
  • HB 46 Tuition, in-state; certain residents of United States territories.
  • HB 47 Payday Lending Prohibition Act; penalties.
  • HB 49 Health benefit plans; sale by authorized foreign health insurers.
  • HB 51 Evidentiary hearings in the Supreme Court of Virginia; Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission.
  • HB 54 Renewable energy property; tax credit for property placed in service.
  • HB 56 Crab scraping; possession of hard crabs, characteristics of scrape.
  • HB 57 Absentee voting; no excuse.
  • HB 58 State agencies; use of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) on outdoor lighting fixtures.
  • HB 59 Transportation, Department of; use of practical design methods.
  • HB 64 Local regulation; making of fires.
  • HB 65 Individuals released from incarceration for conviction of a felony; tax credits for employing.
  • HB 66 Health insurance; credits for retired school division employees.
  • HB 67 Virginia Human Rights Act; pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, causes of action.
  • HB 68 Firearms; libraries owned or operated by localities.
  • HB 69 Virginia Grocery Investment Program and Fund; created, report.
  • HB 70 Immunity of employers; employees and independent contractors convicted of a nonviolent offense.
  • HB 72 Statewide prioritization process project selection; cost of project to be considered.
  • HB 74 Early voting; any registered voter allowed to vote early in any election in which he is qualified.
  • HB 75 Same-sex marriages; civil unions.
  • HB 78 Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; waiver of first-time licensing fees.
  • HB 79 Dog boarding establishments; group play requirements, penalty.
  • HB 85 Virginia Grocery Investment Program and Fund; created, report.
  • HB 86 Security freezes; elimination of fees.
  • HB 87 Pro se minors; signing of pleading, motion, or other paper by next friend.
  • HB 88 Marijuana field test; evidence at trial.
  • HB 89 Conditional rezoning proffers; affordable dwelling units.
  • HB 90 Teacher grievance procedures; hearing, three-member fact-finding panel.
  • HB 91 Concealed handgun permits; demonstration of competence.
  • HB 92 Absentee voting; eligibility of certain caregivers.
  • HB 93 Issuance of temporary license, permit, or special identification card; alien paroled into the U.S.
  • HB 94 Dog boarding establishments; group play, penalty.
  • HB 95 Female genital mutilation; criminal penalty.
  • HB 96 Electric utility regulation; suspension of reviews of earnings, transitional rate period.
  • HB 98 Virginia Public Procurement Act; competitive negotiation for professional services.
  • HB 99 Presidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact.
  • HB 100 Method of execution; lethal injection drugs.
  • HB 102 Alcoholic beverage control; gourmet shop licensees.
  • HB 103 Interstate 95; VDOT to commence project to add additional lanes.
  • HB 104 Writ of actual innocence; a person may petition based on biological evidence regardless of plea.
  • HB 105 Criminal Justice Services, Department of; training standards, community engaged policing.
  • HB 106 Kinship Guardianship Assistance program; established.
  • HB 107 Workers' compensation; disease presumptions, correctional officers.
  • HB 108 Correctional officers; survey upon resignation, etc., report.