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  • HB 76 Political campaign advertisements; disclosure requirements, advertisements placed, etc.
  • HB 218 Special license plates; ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELK FOUNDATION.
  • HB 246 Virginia Code Commission; duties.
  • HB 277 Guardians ad litem for children; report requirements, certification form.
  • HB 295 Resident stickers; turns in certain residential areas.
  • HB 330 Public elementary and secondary school students; use of unscented topical sunscreen.
  • HB 338 Medicaid; Training, Education, Employment, and Opportunity Program for able-bodied adult recipients.
  • HB 362 Law-enforcement officer; change in definition, security division of the Virginia Lottery.
  • HB 372 School calendar; opening day of the school year.
  • HB 525 Carnal knowledge of pretrial or posttrial offender; bail bondsmen, increases penalty.
  • HB 541 Veterans, certain; alternative treatment options.
  • HB 611 Certificate of public need; issuance for new neonatal care services in Planning District 5.
  • HB 622 Sex offenders; prohibited entry onto school property, penalty.
  • HB 659 Distance learning reciprocity agreements; out-of-state providers.
  • HB 670 Standards of Quality; local match for basic aid, debt service on projects in school divisions.
  • HB 676 Children; services for deaf or hard of hearing.
  • HB 692 Virginia Regional Industrial Facilities Act; revenue sharing, composite index.
  • HB 747 Veterinarians; exemption from sales and use tax on purchase or prescription of drugs and medicines.
  • HB 777 Emergency air medical transportation; informed decision.
  • HB 786 Taxes, local; taxpayer's application to court to correct erroneous assessments.
  • HB 787 Real property taxes; appeals to boards of equalization.
  • HB 809 School boards, local; display of commercial advertising material on school buses.
  • HB 874 Certificates of public need; creates a three-phase process to sunset requirements.
  • HB 885 Conventional or alternative onsite sewage systems; authority of the Board of Health.
  • HB 896 Motor vehicle dealer; clarifies definition.
  • HB 960 Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; marketing plan information, report.
  • HB 966 Income tax, sales tax, etc.; refundable credit for certain local taxes.
  • HB 998 Parental or legal custodial powers, temporary delegation; child-placing agency.
  • HB 1033 Testing of bodily fluids; deemed consent.
  • HB 1137 Commuter Rail Operating and Capital Fund; established.
  • HB 1210 Post-election audits; definition.
  • HB 1252 Renewable energy power purchase agreements; pilot programs.
  • HB 1320 Division-level performance assessments; DOE to develop and distribute resource guide.
  • HB 1325 Provisional voting; persons voting in split precincts.
  • HB 1424 Recounts; number permitted, tie votes.
  • HB 1435 Initiation of a civil action; duties of clerk of general district court.
  • HB 1557 Intangible personal property; personal property used in manufacturing.
  • HB 1584 Health insurance; balance billing for ancillary services.
  • HB 1606 Certificate of public need; psychiatric beds and services.
  • HB 1612 Game and Inland Fisheries, Department of; fees, boat ramps.
  • HB 1615 Elections; date of June primary election.
  • HB 1616 Firearms; use or display during commission of a felony, killing or injuring police animals, penalty.
  • HB 1617 Campaign finance; prohibited personal use of campaign funds, civil penalty.
  • HB 1618 Income tax, state; itemization.
  • HB 1619 Children's Services Act; special education programs.
  • HB 1624 Sanctions; other frivolous pleadings.
  • HB 1628 Absentee voting; persons age 65 or older.
  • HB 1630 Judges, substitute; powers and duties, entry of a final order.
  • HB 1631 Virginia Retirement System; retired law-enforcement officers employed as school security officers.
  • HB 1632 Virginia Public Procurement Act; multiple award indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contracting.
  • HB 1633 Lt. Bradford T. Clark Memorial Bridge; designating as the State Route 627 bridge in Hanover County.
  • HB 1635 Fossil fuel projects moratorium; clean energy mandates.
  • HB 1638 Virginia Lottery; regulation of sports betting, creation of certain Funds, etc.
  • HB 1641 Absentee voting; no-excuse absentee.
  • HB 1643 Teacher licensure; alternate routes.
  • HB 1644 Firearms; reporting when lost or stolen, civil penalty.
  • HB 1645 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices.
  • HB 1646 Virginia Preschool Initiative; enrollment, funding.
  • HB 1647 Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices.
  • HB 1651 Grand larceny; increases threshold amount.
  • HB 1653 Custody and visitation arrangements; best interests of the child, domestic abuse, child abuse.
  • HB 1654 Prohibited public carrying of certain firearms in public areas; penalty.
  • HB 1658 Vote by mail; Department of Elections to develop a pilot program.
  • HB 1665 Court-established community service programs; community service work in lieu of payment of fine,etc.
  • HB 1667 Virginia Public Procurement Act; statute of limitations on actions on construction contracts, etc.
  • HB 1669 Disposable paper and plastic bags; local taxation per bag when provided to consumers.
  • HB 1670 Affordable housing; City of Richmond added to list with authority to provide dwelling unit program.
  • HB 1672 Income tax, state; tax credit for paid leave for organ donors.
  • HB 1676 Indigenous Peoples Day; renames the special Day of Appreciation for American Indians, etc.
  • HB 1680 Certificate of public need; changes to Medical Care Facilities Certificate of Public Need Program.
  • HB 1683 Electric cooperatives; authorized to increase or decrease its rates without SCC approval, etc.
  • HB 1684 Waiver of extradition; a judge is required to revoke bail of any person who waives proceedings, etc.
  • HB 1685 Public schools; enrolled students, disorderly conduct.
  • HB 1686 Electric utilities; limitations on fossil fuel facilities.
  • HB 1687 Nonpayment of wages; private cause of action by an employee.
  • HB 1688 Elementary school, etc.; students not guilty of disorderly conduct, school property or school bus.
  • HB 1689 Parole; exception to limitation on the application of parole statutes.
  • HB 1690 Line of Duty Act; Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority police officers.
  • HB 1691 Manufacture, import, sale, transfer, or possession of undetectable firearms; penalty.
  • HB 1692 Medical assistance services; determination of income, personal needs allowance.