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(C) Carried over to 2007 Session


Abortion; preservation of fetal tissue when performed on child under age 15. Adding  18.2-74.3. (Patron-Cuccinelli, SB 315 (F))
Adoption; allows birth parent to recommend adoptive parents. Amending  63.2-1225, 63.2-1226, and 63.2-1232. (Patron-McQuigg, HB 729 (Chapter 654))
Adoption; parental consent prior to minor petitioning therefor. Amending  16.1-241, 63.2-1202, and 63.2-1222. (Patron-McQuigg, HB 726 (F))
Adoption; person convicted of felony drug possession may adopt or be foster parent provided 10 years elapsed since conviction. Amending  63.2-1721. (Patron-Welch, HB 1534 (Chapter 885))
Adoption; prohibited to sexually violent offenders. Adding 63.2-1205.1. (Patron-Obenshain, SB 691 (Chapter 384))
Adoption laws; changes in provisions. Amending  63.2-1200, 63.2-1201, 63.2-1202, 63.2-1205, 63.2-1208, 63.2-1210, 63.2-1213, 63.2-1222, 63.2-1223, 63.2-1227, 63.2-1228, 63.2-1231 through 63.2-1234, 63.2-1237, 63.2-1241, and 63.2-1243; adding  63.2-1242.1, 63.2-1242.2, and 63.2-1242.3. (Patron-McQuigg, HB 727 (Chapter 848))
Adoption laws; creation of putative father registry. Amending 16.1-277.01, 17.1-275, 63.2-1200, 63.2-1201, 63.2-1202, 63.2-1205, 63.2-1208, 63.2-1210, 63.2-1213, 63.2-1222, 63.2-1223, 63.2-1225 through 63.2-1228, 63.2-1231 through 63.2-1234, 63.2-1237, 63.2-1241, and 63.2-1243; adding 63.2-1242.1, 63.2-1242.2, 63.2-1242.3, and 63.2-1249 through 63.2-1253. (Patron-O’Brien, SB 534 (Chapter 825))
Alcoholic beverages; penalty for underage purchasing or possession thereof. Amending  4.1-305. (Patron-Moran, HB 1210 (Chapter 207))
Assault and battery; when committed against family or household member in presence of child. Adding  18.2-57.2:01. (Patron-Scott, J.M., HB 1551 (F))
Autism; Department of Medical Assistance Services to seek Medicaid waiver to establish program for long-term support of children with this disability. (Patron-Griffith, HB 437 (F))
Birth certificates; prohibits both parties of same-sex couple from being listed thereon following adoption. Amending  32.1-261. (Patron-Hanger, SB 414 (F))
Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; includes certain provisions. Amending  38.2-5001, 38.2-5003, 38.2-5004, 38.2-5006, 38.2-5008, 38.2-5009, 38.2-5010, and 38.2-5013; adding  38.2-5009.2 and 38.2-5013.1; repealing  38.2-5014. (Patron-Tata, HB 416 (C); Watkins, SB 643 (C))
Child abuse or neglect; change in requirement for “safe haven” law pertaining to infants. Amending  18.2-371, 18.2-371.1, and 40.1-103. (Patron-Lucas, SB 22 (Chapter 935))
Child care; noncustodial parent to pay proportional share thereof while custodial parent attends high school, college, etc. Amending  20-108.1 and 20-108.2. (Patron-Phillips, HB 633 (F))
Child day care centers; establishing regulations thereof. Amending  63.2-1734. (Patron-Wagner, SB 615 (F))
Child day program; exemption from licensure for programs of recreational activities by local governments. Amending 63.2-1715. (Patron-Tata, HB 32 (F); Wagner, SB 257 (Chapter 725))
Child labor; maximum hour limits. Amending  40.1-80.1. (Patron-Morgan, HB 943 (C))
Child pornography; mandatory minimum terms of confinement for possession thereof. Amending  18.2-374.1 and 18.2-374.1:1. (Patron-Lohr, HB 1071 (F))
Child pornography; persons under age 18 in sexually explicit visual material. Amending  18.2-374.1:1. (Patron-Hurt, HB 1031 (F); Saxman, HB 1296 (F); Gilbert, HB 1310 (I) See HB1031)
Child-friendly visiting rooms; state and local correctional facilities required to provide. Adding  53.1-5.2. (Patron-Miller, SB 618 (C))
Childhood lead poisoning; Departments of Health, Housing and Community Development, and Labor and Industry to execute memorandum of agreement relating to prevention thereof, report. (Patron-Lambert, SJR 107 (F))
Children; need to address issues relating to care thereof. (Patron-Miller, SJR 34 (F))
Children’s group homes and residential facilities; regulatory requirements for licensure. Amending  22.1-323.2, 37.2-408, 63.2-1737, and 66-24; adding  2.2-5211.1. (Patron-Nixon, HB 577 (Chapter 781))
Comprehensive Services Act; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to evaluate administration thereof. (Patron-Nixon, HJR 60 (P))
Comprehensive Services Act; parental co-payments. Amending 2.2-5206. (Patron-Orrock, HB 74 (F))
Computer and electronic data; access to defendant when evidence in criminal prosecution of any offense involving obscenity or child pornography. Adding  19.2-270.1:1. (Patron-Byron, HB 863 (Chapter 601))
Credit unions; minors’ accounts. Amending  6.1-225.45. (Patron-Newman, SB 531 (Chapter 755))
Criminal history record information check, national; required for those employees and volunteers providing care to children, elderly, or disabled, penalty. Amending  32.1-126.01, 32.1-162.9:1, 63.2-1720, 63.2-1721, 63.2-1724, and 63.2-1725. (Patron-Hurt, HB 1587 (C))
Criminal history record information check, national; required for those providing care to children, elderly, or disabled, penalty. Amending  32.1-126.01, 32.1-162.9:1, 63.2-1720, 63.2-1721, 63.2-1724, and 63.2-1725. (Patron-Hanger, SB 421 (Chapter 744))
Criminal history records check; juvenile records consideration in determination of bail. Amending  19.2-120 and 19.2-389.1. (Patron-Gilbert, HB 1309 (F))
Death penalty; restricted for those 18 or older at time of offense. Amending  18.2-10. (Patron-Callahan, HB 45 (Chapter 36); Ticer, SB 362 (Chapter 733))
Drug-free school zones; includes licensed child day centers. Amending  18.2-255.2. (Patron-Newman, SB 524 (Chapter 325))
Electronic recordings; statements made by juvenile criminal defendant are presumed inadmissible unless reliably recorded. Amending  16.1-228; adding  16.1-274.2. (Patron-Eisenberg, HB 1169 (F))
Firefighters; shall not require minor who achieved certification to repeat after 16th birthday. Amending  27-14 and 40.1-79.1. (Patron-Hogan, HB 1390 (Chapter 462))
Health and Human Resources, Secretary of; to provide children with services needed to continue parental relationships with incarcerated parent. Adding  2.2-213.2. (Patron-Puller, SB 188 (Chapter 366))
Health insurance; mandated coverage for habilitative services for children. Amending  38.2-4319; adding  38.2-3418.15. (Patron-Plum, HB 657 (C))
Home instruction; school boards to implement plan to make PSAT examinations available thereto. Amending  22.1-254.1. (Patron-Moran, HB 1588 (Chapter 567))
Home instruction; strengthens requirements for parents providing. Amending  22.1-254.1. (Patron-Parrish, HB 537 (F))
Immunizations; adds booster dose of Tdap in accordance with Board’s regulation for certain children. Amending  32.1-46. (Patron-Howell, SB 117 (Chapter 364))
Immunizations; minimum requirements for children entering public or private schools or centers, report. Amending  32.1-46. (Patron-Howell, SB 116 (Chapter 716))
International adoptions; fee for testimonials. Amending  2.2-409. (Patron-Waddell, HB 1561 (F))
Internet; penalty for aiding in payment of sexually explicit material of those under 18 thereon. Adding  18.2-374.1:2. (Patron-Hurt, HB 1014 (Chapter 676); Howell, SB 348 (Chapter 732))
Juvenile detention facilities; placement of adults. Amending 16.1-249, 16.1-269.5, 16.1-269.6, 16.1-284, 16.1-291, and 16.1-292. (Patron-Bell, HB 1332 (F))
Juvenile record information; dissemination thereof to Criminal Sentencing Commission. Amending  19.2-389.1. (Patron-Stolle, SB 567 (Chapter 502))
Juvenile sentencing; jury’s recommendation may be modified by court. Amending  16.1-272. (Patron-Hurt, HB 1033 (F))
Juveniles; clarifies intake process where it is unnecessary to file petition for certain alcohol-related offenses. Amending 16.1-260. (Patron-Hurt, HB 1017 (Chapter 677))
Juveniles; Department of Social Services to establish amount of support obligation by parents when child is committed to custody. Amending  16.1-290. (Patron-Caputo, HB 1325 (Chapter 282))
Juveniles; duty of person taking child into custody. Amending 16.1-247. (Patron-McQuigg, HB 712 (C))
Juveniles; if gang affiliated certain information to be released upon request by any law-enforcement officer. Amending 16.1-309.1. (Patron-O’Brien, SB 129 (Chapter 309))
Juveniles; information can be released to law-enforcement agency if suspected of criminal gang activity. Amending  16.1-309.1. (Patron-Marsden, HB 692 (Chapter 259))
Juveniles; mental health facility recommendations are admissible during an involuntary commitment hearing therefor. Amending 16.1-340 and 16.1-341. (Patron-Carrico, HB 368 (Chapter 401))
Juveniles; release of certain information by Department of Juvenile Justice to law-enforcement employees for investigation of criminal activity. Amending  16.1-300. (Patron-Howell, SB 351 (I) See SB561)
Juveniles; reporting certain delinquents to Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency. Amending  16.1-309.1. (Patron-Reid, HB 1046 (Chapter 682))
Juveniles; unlawful to provide certain sexual material. Amending 18.2-391. (Patron-Hurt, HB 1032 (F))
Lead poisoning; lead hazard control or identification of child being poisoned thereof. Amending  36-106. (Patron-Lambert, SB 450 (Chapter 746))
Marijuana; deprives juvenile convicted of possession privilege to drive for one year, penalty. Amending  16.1-278.9 and 18.2-250.1. (Patron-Iaquinto, HB 737 (F))
Marriage; consent from parent or guardian required for minor. Amending  20-48. (Patron-Athey, HB 1412 (F))
Medical and health services to minors; notification to parents. Amending  54.1-2969. (Patron-Lingamfelter, HB 173 (F))
Minor; actions against parents for conduct thereof. Amending 8.01-44. (Patron-Rapp, HB 1176 (C))
Missing children; school board to receive report from local law enforcement. Amending  22.1-288.1 and 52-31.1. (Patron-Shannon, HB 1482 (Chapter 295))
Morning-after pill; parental consent for minors required, penalty. Amending  54.1-2969; adding  54.1-2969.1. (Patron-Byron, HB 868 (F))
Mutual Consent Adoption Registry; created. Adding  63.2-1249 through 63.2-1254. (Patron-McQuigg, HB 730 (Chapter 849))
Oral contraceptives; requirements for prescribing for minors. Adding  54.1-2403.4. (Patron-Marshall, R.G., HB 1199 (C))
Parental rights; court to determine custody arrangement thereof when convicted of certain offenses. Amending  20-124.2. (Patron-Iaquinto, HB 903 (Chapter 665))
Placements of children; entire record of criminal history information to be obtained by local board contemplating thereof. Amending  63.2-901.1. (Patron-Johnson, HB 1280 (I) See HB1317)
Prescription drugs; training and regulations for administering to child in child day program. Amending  54.1-3005 and 54.1-3408. (Patron-Orrock, HB 1147 (Chapter 686))
Prostitution; solicitation of minor. Amending  18.2-346. (Patron-Carrico, HB 1406 (F))
Psychiatric Inpatient Commitment of Minors Act; retired judges, substitute judges, and special justices are authorized to perform hearings under Act. Amending  16.1-336, 16.1-339, 16.1-341, 16.1-345.1, 16.1-348, 37.2-803, and 37.2-804. (Patron-Cuccinelli, SB 290 (F); Howell, SB 352 (I) See SB290)
Putative Father Registry Fund; created, additional adoption fee to be used for Fund. Amending  16.1-277.01, 17.1-275, 20-49.1, 63.2-1201, 63.2-1202, 63.2-1222, 63.2-1233, and 63.2-1241; adding  63.2-1249 through 63.2-1253. (Patron-McQuigg, HB 728 (F))
Sex crimes against children; mandatory minimum term of confinement for certain offenses. Amending  18.2-48, 18.2-61, 18.2-67.1, 18.2-67.2, and 19.2-303. (Patron-Lingamfelter, HB 1155 (I) See HB846; Hugo, HB 1252 (I) See HB846; McDougle, SB 376 (I) See SB559; Norment, SB 470 (I) See SB559; Puckett, SB 510 (I) See SB559)
Sex crimes against children; mandatory minimum term of confinement for certain offenses. Amending  18.2-48, 18.2-61, 18.2-67.1, 18.2-67.2, and 19.2-303; adding  18.2-370.3. (Patron-Albo, HB 846 (Chapter 853))
Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; includes person who uses communication system, including computers, to engage juvenile in sex offense. Amending  9.1-902. (Patron-Hurt, HB 1012 (I) See HB984)
Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; increases penalties for certain sex crimes. Amending  2.2-3706, 2.2-3802, 9.1-102, 9.1-902 through 9.1-910, 9.1-913, 9.1-914, 9.1-918, 18.2-48, 18.2-61, 18.2-67.1, 18.2-67.2, 18.2-370.2, 18.2-472.1, 19.2-169.3, 19.2-299, 19.2-303, 19.2-390.1, 22.1-79, 22.1-79.3, 37.2-900, 37.2-903 through 37.2-908, 37.2-910, 37.2-912, 37.2-919, 46.2-323, 46.2-324, 46.2-330, 46.2-345, 46.2-348, 53.1-115.1, 53.1-116.1, 53.1-121, 53.1-136, 53.1-145, 53.1-160.1, and 63.2-105; adding  9.1-921, 16.1-249.1, 16.1-278.7:01, 16.1-278.7:02, 18.2-370.3, 18.2-370.4, 19.2-295.2:1, 23-2.2:1, 37.2-900.1, 37.2-920, 53.1-23.2, and 53.1-116.1:01. (Patron-Stolle, SB 559 (Chapter 914))
Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; numerous changes to provisions. Amending  2.2-3706, 2.2-3802, 9.1-102, 9.1-902 through 9.1-910, 9.1-913, 9.1-914, 9.1-918, 18.2-370.2, 18.2-472.1, 19.2-390.1, 22.1-79, 22.1-79.3, 46.2-323, 46.2-324, 46.2-330, 46.2-345, 46.2-348, 53.1-115.1, 53.1-116.1, 53.1-121, and 53.1-160.1; adding  9.1-921, 16.1-249.1, 16.1-278.7:01, 16.1-278.7:02, 18.2-370.3, 18.2-370.4, 19.2-295.2:1, 23-2.2:1, 53.1-23.2, and 53.1-116.1:01. (Patron-Sherwood, HB 984 (Chapter 857); Howell, SB 316 (I) See SB559)
Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; registration of person who is convicted of criminal homicide in conjunction with causing or encouraging acts rendering children delinquent, etc. Amending  9.1-902. (Patron-Sherwood, HB 985 (I) See HB984)
Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; requires all sex offenders to reregister every 90 days. Amending  9.1-904, 53.1-116.1, and 53.1-160.1. (Patron-Deeds, SB 320 (I) See SB559)
Sex Offender Registry; modifying registration of person convicted of murdering child. Amending  9.1-902 and 18.2-472.1. (Patron-Hurt, HB 1015 (I) See HB984; Bell, HB 1333 (Chapter 931))
Sex offenders; prohibits those convicted of offense against minor from residing with unless related. Amending  16.1-228 and 63.2-100. (Patron-Watts, HB 1066 (Chapter 868))
Sexual offenders; prohibiting proximity to children and others. Amending  18.2-370.2. (Patron-Shannon, HB 993 (I) See HB984)
Sexual offenders; prohibits residence in proximity to children and schools. Adding  18.2-370.3. (Patron-Shannon, HB 988 (I) See HB984)
Sexual offenses; enticement of minor, penalty. Amending  18.2-370. (Patron-Shannon, HB 992 (F))
Sexual offenses; indecent liberties against child under age 13, considered Class 4 felony. Amending  9.1-902, 16.1-272, 17.1-805, 18.2-62, 18.2-67.5:2, 18.2-67.8, 18.2-370, 18.2-370.2, 19.2-268.2, 19.2-299, 32.1-126.01, 32.1-162.9:1, 37.2-314, 63.2-1719, 63.2-1726, and 63.2-1727; repealing  18.2-370.1. (Patron-Watts, HB 585 (F))
Sexual offenses; using communications system to procure or promote sexual activity involving minor. Amending  18.2-374.3. (Patron-Janis, HB 1268 (F))
Social services; time limit on receipt of TANF. Amending 63.2-612. (Patron-Miller, SB 32 (F))
Tattooing or body piercing of minors; penalty. Amending 18.2-371.3. (Patron-Jones, D.C., HB 1230 (Chapter 692))
Tuition; person who knowingly makes false statement concerning residency of child for purpose of avoiding charges shall be liable to school division. Amending  22.1-264.1. (Patron-Barlow, HB 1222 (Chapter 143))
Uniform Transfer to Minors Act; allows two people to be joint custodians for single minor. Amending  31-46. (Patron-Fralin, HB 796 (Chapter 657))
Video or computer games; prohibits sale of those with violent or sexually explicit content to juveniles. Amending  18.2-390 and 18.2-391. (Patron-Ingram, HB 1403 (Chapter 463))
Virtual child pornography; definition thereof. Amending 18.2-374.1 and 18.2-374.1:1. (Patron-Byron, HB 864 (F))
2006 Cumulative Index of Bills, Joint Resolutions, Resolutions and Documents - For additional information, please contact the House of Delegates Information and Public Relations Office, P. O. Box 406, State Capitol, Richmond, Virginia 23218, telephone (804) 698-1500. Last updated 11/07/06