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COMMISSIONS, BOARDS, AND INSTITUTIONS GENERALLY

(P) Passed (F) Failed (V) Vetoed (I) Incoporated into other legislation
(C) Carried over from 2008 Session (CD) Carried over from 2008 session but died in committee on or before December 4th


ABC Board; creates two-year pilot project for certain mixed beverage licensees. (Patron-Albo, HB 2293 (Chapter 238))
Accreditation status; requires Board to publish annually for each school by August 1. Amending  22.1-253.13:3. (Patron-Fralin, HB 1825 (F))
Administrative Process Act; required review of feasibility of electronic submission of certain information. (Patron-Massie, HB 1969 (Chapter 85))
Administrative Process Act; requires agencies that are required to submit documents or payments to determine if it can be done electronically. (Patron-Wagner, SB 1299 (Chapter 624))
Advisory Redistricting Commission; created. Adding  24.2-301.2 through 24.2-301.10. (Patron-Plum, HB 2538 (F))
Alcoholic beverage control; ABC Board to establish schedule of offenses which penalty may be waived upon showing that licensee has had no prior violations within five years. Amending 4.1-227. (Patron-Gear, HB 2051 (Chapter 135))
Alcoholic beverage control; designates as agents of ABC Board any licensed distiller who blends alcoholic beverages on licensed premises and meets other existing statutory requirements. Amending  4.1-119. (Patron-Abbitt, HB 2390 (F); Deeds, SB 1213 (Chapter 620))
Alcoholic beverage control; mandates ABC Board to adopt regulations that require off-premises retail licensees to place premixed alcoholic energy drinks with wine and beer. Amending  4.1-111. (Patron-Oder, HB 2597 (Chapter 122))
Alcoholic beverage control; requires ABC Board to establish a schedule of offenses for which any penalty may be waived. Amending  4.1-227. (Patron-McDougle, SB 1258 (Chapter 279))
Alcoholic mixed beverages; ABC Board to grant annual special events licenses to local governments for use in historic buildings. Amending  4.1-210. (Patron-Ebbin, HB 2013 (F); Ebbin, HB 2014 (F))
Allocating Funds to Nonstate Agencies, Commission for; created. Amending  2.2-1505 and 10.1-2213; adding  2.2-2537. (Patron-Norment, SB 1399 (F))
Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Commission; extends sunset until July 1, 2014, and Commission to develop and promote strategies to encourage brain health and reduce cognitive decline. Amending  2.2-720. (Patron-Merricks, HB 1617 (Chapter 51); Northam, SB 1109 (Chapter 553))
Animal control officers; moves oversight and governance thereof to Department of Criminal Justice Services. Amending  3.2-6500, 3.2-6540, 3.2-6543, 3.2-6558, 9.1-101, and 9.1-102; adding 15.2-1754 and 15.2-1755; repealing  3.2-6555 and 3.2-6556. (Patron-Kilgore, HB 2263 (F))
Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, Certified Interior Designers and Landscape Architects, Board for; exemptions from licensure. Amending  54.1-402. (Patron-Scott, E.T., HB 2072 (F); Deeds, SB 1008 (F))
Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, Certified Interior Designers and Landscape Architects, Board for; licensure of landscape architects. Amending  10.1-560, 13.1-543, 13.1-549, 13.1-553, 13.1-1102, 13.1-1111, 15.2-851, 15.2-2263, 54.1-400, 54.1-401, 54.1-402.2, 54.1-403, 54.1-404.2, 54.1-405, 54.1-409, 54.1-410, 54.1-411, and 54.1-2201. (Patron-Watkins, SB 940 (Chapter 309))
Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, Certified Interior Designers and Landscape Architects, Board for; required insurance for certain licensees. Adding  54.1-404.01. (Patron-Jones, HB 2217 (F))
Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Board for; regulation of lead-based paint renovation, repair, and painting. Amending 54.1-500, 54.1-500.1, 54.1-501, 54.1-503, 54.1-512, 54.1-516, and 54.1-517. (Patron-Joannou, HB 2432 (Chapter 819))
Benchmarks for student reading achievement; Board of Education to establish in grades six through 12 to be implemented by local school divisions. Adding  22.1-207.4. (Patron-Amundson, HB 2344 (F))
Bipartisan Redistricting Commission; created. Adding  24.2-301.2, 24.2-301.3, and 24.2-301.4. (Patron-Valentine, HB 1685 (F); Deeds, SB 926 (F))
Cap and trade system for NOx and SO2; Air Pollution Control Board may prohibit electric generating facilities located within specified nonattainment areas. Amending  10.1-1328. (Patron-Wagner, SB 712 (CD))
Cavalier Wildlife Management Area; Board of Game and Inland Fisheries to convey certain property within Area to Beaverdam Properties. (Patron-Knight, HB 1901 (Chapter 191))
Cemetery Board; exemptions from licensure. Amending  54.1-2312. (Patron-Jones, HB 2647 (F))
Children’s life jacket requirements; Board and Department of Game and Inland Fisheries to consult and coordinate with boating community and recreational boating safety professional organizations regarding need therefor. (Patron-Poisson, HJR 627 (F))
Chronic diseases; Joint Commission on Health Care to study opportunities for early identification and preventive care. (Patron-Houck, SJR 325 (P))
Citizen Advisory Redistricting Board; created. Amending  30-263; adding  24.2-301.2 through 24.2-301.5. (Patron-Brink, HB 1793 (F))
Civics Education, Commission on; established. Amending  2.2-2101; adding  30-309 through 30-314; repealing  22.1-212.17 through 22.1-212.22. (Patron-Petersen, SB 1453 (Chapter 859))
Civics Education, Commission on; moves from executive to legislative branch, may seek other public and private sources of funding. Amending  2.2-2101; adding  30-309 through 30-315; repealing  22.1-212.17 through 22.1-212.22. (Patron-Tata, HB 1922 (F); Reynolds, SB 1364 (F))
Common interest communities; eliminates assessment against and limits enforcement authority of Board to common interest community managers. Amending  55-79.93:1, 55-504.1, 55-516.1, 55-528, 55-530, and 55-530.1; adding  54.1-2353.1; repealing 54.1-2351 and 54.1-2352. (Patron-Athey, HB 1777 (F); Nichols, HB 2116 (F))
Common Interest Community Board; allowed to assess a monetary penalty paid to Common Interest Community Management Information Fund against person who files complaint if determined to be without merit with intent to harass person or entity. Amending  54.1-2351 and 54.1-2352. (Patron-Watts, HB 1900 (F))
Common Interest Community Board; clarifies powers and duties, technical changes. Amending  54.1-300, 54.1-2349, 54.1-2351, 54.1-2352, 55-79.2, 55-79.93:1, 55-399, 55-399.1, 55-504.1, 55-509.6, 55-516.1, and 55-530.1. (Patron-Sickles, HB 2488 (F); Whipple, SB 1143 (Chapter 557))
Common Interest Community Board; increases filing fee for persons to register written complaints to Office of Common Interest Community Ombudsman. Amending  54.1-2351 and 55-530. (Patron-Sickles, HB 2670 (F); Barker, SB 1233 (F))
Common Interest Community Board; managers must hold valid licenses issued thereby. Amending  54.1-2348. (Patron-Suit, HB 1584 (F))
Community criminal justice boards; membership. Amending  9.1-178. (Patron-Howell, SB 65 (CD))
Community Integration Advisory Commission; extends sunset provision. Amending  2.2-2529. (Patron-Puller, SB 1062 (Chapter 548))
Community services board; removes provision allowing employment of person convicted of assault and battery of a family member. Amending  37.2-506. (Patron-Cline, HB 2288 (F); Barker, SB 1228 (F))
Compulsory training standards; persons designated to provide courthouse security who have previously been certified and served as law-enforcement officer to meet minimum training standards. Amending  9.1-102. (Patron-Valentine, HB 2239 (F); Newman, SB 1284 (F))
Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; disclosure by certain members of advisory agencies. Amending  2.2-3112 and 2.2-3115. (Patron-Marshall, R.G., HB 1616 (F))
Conservation and Recreation, Department of; purchasing certain abandoned railroad rights-of-way. Amending  10.1-104. (Patron-Fralin, HB 2598 (F))
Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). Amending Section 6 of Article II. (Patron-Moran, HJR 28 (CD); Amundson, HJR 120 (CD); Barlow, HJR 181 (CD); Barlow, HJR 702 (F); Deeds, SJR 5 (CD); Miller, J.C., SJR 59 (CD); Deeds, SJR 281 (F); Miller, J.C., SJR 312 (F))
Constitutional amendment; establishing Redistricting Commission (first reference). Amending Section 6 of Article II, and Sections 2 and 3 of Article IV. (Patron-Plum, HJR 70 (CD))
Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practice thereunder to sell, offer for sale, etc., a children’s product recalled by U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Amending  59.1-198 and 59.1-200. (Patron-Iaquinto, HB 2039 (Chapter 359))
Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practice thereunder to sell, offer for sale, etc., product recalled by U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Amending  59.1-198 and 59.1-200. (Patron-McDougle, SB 954 (Chapter 700))
Contractors, Board for; adds building framers and masonry contractors to definition of tradesman. Amending  54.1-1128. (Patron-Orrock, HB 2095 (F))
Corporate income tax system; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. (Patron-Massie, HJR 681 (P))
Crab season; Marine Resources Commission to establish periods of time when crabs may be caught for resale in a specific location in Chesapeake Bay. Amending  28.2-709. (Patron-Northam, SB 1111 (Chapter 170))
Criminal Justice Services Board; increase of membership. Amending 9.1-108. (Patron-Jones, HB 2640 (F))
Criminal Justice Services, Department of; Board to waive any fees imposed for licensure and renewal thereof for any locksmith who performs on a part-time basis. Amending  9.1-140.1. (Patron-Crockett-Stark, HB 1921 (F))
Criminal Sentencing Commission; confirming appointment of Chairman. (Patron-Marsh, SJR 289 (P))
Crisis intervention team pilot programs; established for persons with mental illness, report. Amending  9.1-102; adding 9.1-187 through 9.1-190. (Patron-Edwards, SB 16 (CD))
Crisis intervention team programs; established, report. Amending 9.1-102; adding  9.1-187 through 9.1-190. (Patron-Edwards, SB 1294 (Chapter 715))
Design-Build Construction Management Review Board; authorized to make a one-time determination that locality may enter into contracts for construction, etc. Amending  2.2-2405. (Patron-Herring, SB 1096 (Chapter 519))
Detector canine handlers and examiners; Department of Criminal Justice Services may provide partial exemption from compulsory entry-level training thereof for certain. Amending  9.1-138, 9.1-141, and 9.1-143. (Patron-Valentine, HB 2241 (Chapter 375))
Diploma requirements; Board of Education to include a standard credit in economics and personal finance. Amending 22.1-253.13:4. (Patron-Crockett-Stark, HB 2552 (F))
Disabled prisoners; those terminally ill or permanently and totally disabled may petition Parole Board for conditional release. Amending  53.1-40.01. (Patron-Barker, SB 1235 (F))
Economic development; incentive financing for major employment and investment projects, and MEI Project Approval Commission created, report. Amending  2.2-2260, 2.2-2261, 2.2-2263, 2.2-3705.6, 62.1-198, and 62.1-199; adding  30-309 through 30-312. (Patron-Cox, HB 2550 (Chapter 246); Colgan, SB 1119 (Chapter 311))
Economic Development Authority; allows City of Chesapeake to increase size of board of directors. Amending  15.2-4904. (Patron-Spruill, HB 2109 (Chapter 460))
Elections, Board of; powers and duties. Amending  24.2-103. (Patron-Brink, HB 1892 (Chapter 407))
Electric personal assistive mobility devices, etc.; Transportation Board may authorize operation of bicycles on an Interstate Highway System component if meets certain safety requirements. Amending  46.2-908.1 and 46.2-914. (Patron-Brink, HB 2008 (Chapter 795))
Electronic meetings by Air Pollution Control Board and State Water Control Board; shall be held in compliance with Freedom of Information Act. Amending  10.1-1322.01 and 62.1-44.15:02. (Patron-Houck, SB 1317 (Chapter 627))
Elevator mechanics; Board for Contractors to delegate to Director of Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation certification thereof in emergency. Amending  36-105, 54.1-1102, 54.1-1134, 54.1-1140, 54.1-1142, 54.1-1142.1, and 54.1-1143; adding  54.1-1142.2. (Patron-Oder, HB 1708 (Chapter 184); McEachin, SB 886 (Chapter 586))
Elevator mechanics, certified; Board for Contractors shall extend time for compliance for those who install, service, etc., intended for residential use only. (Patron-Cuccinelli, SB 811 (Chapter 251))
Energy Efficiency Commission; established, report. Amending 56-576, 56-585.1, 56-585.3, 56-594, 56-597, 56-598, and 56-599; adding  2.2-2537 through 2.2-2540, 56-585.4, and 56-596.1. (Patron-McEachin, SB 1447 (F))
Enterprise Applications, Division of; established within VITA, appointment of Chief Applications Officer. Amending  2.2-2005, 2.2-2457, and 2.2-2458; adding  2.2-2033 and 2.2-2034. (Patron-Nixon, HB 2539 (Chapter 826))
Ephedrine and pseudoephedrine; Board of Pharmacy to establish mandatory pilot program in certain to implement an electronic recordkeeping system of transactions involving distribution thereof. Amending  18.2-248.8. (Patron-Gilbert, HB 2359 (F))
Equalization, boards of; removes nine-year term limit for members. Amending  58.1-3374. (Patron-Miller, J.H., HB 2133 (Chapter 25))
False identification cards; Crime Commission to study issues regarding apprehension and prosecution of persons therewith. (Patron-Martin, SJR 363 (P))
Fire training; training provided to be scheduled to allow persons in school to complete hour requirements. Amending  9.1-203. (Patron-Hogan, HB 2170 (F))
Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians Procedural Guarantee Act; conduct of interrogations. Amending  9.1-301. (Patron-McEachin, SB 887 (F))
Fishing licenses; Marine Resources Commission to issue refunds on a prorated basis under certain conditions. Amending  28.2-229. (Patron-Pollard, HB 2507 (Chapter 384))
Fixed fishing devices; Marine Resources Commission to adopt regulations that set distance between any side or end thereof. Amending  28.2-307. (Patron-Pollard, HB 2256 (Chapter 28))
Food allergies; Board of Education to establish guidelines for managing and caring for children in public schools. Adding 22.1-274.3:1. (Patron-Whipple, SB 1322 (I) See SB1367)
Forensic Science Board; adds chairmen of Senate and House Committees for Courts of Justice or their designees. Amending 9.1-1109. (Patron-Howell, SB 1435 (Chapter 323))
George Mason University; board of visitors to enter into a memorandum of agreement with Fairfax County and City of Fairfax to appoint nonvoting, advisory community representatives to board. Amending  23-91.29. (Patron-Bulova, HB 1990 (F))
Government Efficiency Review Commission; established, report. Adding  30-309 through 30-317. (Patron-O’Bannon, HB 2463 (F))
Government stores; ABC Board to study retail privatization thereof and best method of disposition of real estate upon which are operated. (Patron-Purkey, HJR 701 (F))
Governor’s Advisory Board for National and Community Service; established. Adding  2.2-2462, 2.2-2463, and 2.2-2464. (Patron-Scott, J.M., HB 2382 (F))
Greenhouse gas emissions; State Air Pollution Control Board to adopt regulations requiring reporting thereof. Amending 10.1-1300; adding  10.1-1329, 10.1-1330, and 33.1-223.2:21. (Patron-Vanderhye, HB 2202 (F); Whipple, SB 1145 (F))
Health, Board of; adds two members. Amending  32.1-5. (Patron-Barker, SB 1236 (Chapter 128))
Health Care, Joint Commission on; repeals provision sunsetting Commission on July 1, 2012. Repealing  30-170. (Patron-O’Bannon, HB 1952 (F))
Health Care, Joint Commission on; shall expire on July 1, 2012. Amending  30-170. (Patron-Puller, SB 1060 (Chapter 707))
Health information technology; Information Technology Investment Board to establish an advisory committee. Amending  2.2-2458 and Chapter 635, 2007 Acts; adding  2.2-2458.1. (Patron-Nixon, HB 2044 (Chapter 134))
Highway logo and tourist-oriented directional sign programs; VDOT and Transportation Board to provide for signs giving directions to senior centers. (Patron-Toscano, HB 1581 (F))
Highway maintenance funds; provides method Transportation Board is to allocate additional funds in event of insufficiency in Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund. Amending  33.1-23.1. (Patron-Rust, HB 2020 (F))
Highway maintenance funds; requires Transportation Board, in allocating funds to achieve a minimal level of disparity among VDOT’s highway construction districts in meeting asset management performance standards. Amending  33.1-23.1. (Patron-Bulova, HB 1993 (F))
Highway noise abatement; Transportation Board or VDOT to plan therefor when undertaking highway construction or improvement project. Adding  33.1-223.2:21. (Patron-May, HB 2577 (Chapter 120))
Highways; Joint Commission on Transportation Accountability to develop plan to toll certain, report. (Patron-Rust, HJR 687 (F))
Highways, bridges, or interchanges; Transportation Board may name for living person, group, or business entity if cost of construction is paid by person, etc. Amending  33.1-12. (Patron-Marshall, R.G., HB 1642 (F))
Holocaust education; Superintendent of Public Instruction shall distribute to all local school divisions a teacher’s manual thereon. (Patron-Hall, HB 2409 (Chapter 474))
Home energy consumption; Housing Commission to study. (Patron-Brink, HJR 675 (F); Whipple, SJR 319 (F))
Hospital emergency rooms; Crime Commission to study issues of public safety. (Patron-Stolle, SJR 358 (P))
Human services and social policy; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study feasibility of adopting a “housing first” approach in State. (Patron-Englin, HJR 632 (F))
Hunting and fishing licenses; clarifies authority of Marine Resources Commission and Board of Department of Game and Inland Fisheries to revise cost of license. Amending  28.2-226.2 through 28.2-228.1, 28.2-241, 28.2-301, 28.2-302, 28.2-302.2, 28.2-302.2:1, 28.2-302.6 through 28.2-302.10:1, 28.2-315, 28.2-402, 28.2-502, 28.2-504, 28.2-702, 29.1-300.4, 29.1-302 through 29.1-305, 29.1-306, 29.1-307, 29.1-309 through 29.1-310, 29.1-310.2, 29.1-311, 29.1-318, 29.1-339.2, and 29.1-343. (Patron-Cox, HB 1719 (Chapter 9))
Individuals with life-threatening conditions; Joint Commission on Health Care to study ways to ensure that they receive care they need, regardless of resources. (Patron-Barker, SJR 339 (F))
Influenza vaccination; requires Board of Health to develop and issue guidelines for administration to minors by a licensed pharmacist, registered nurse, etc. Amending  54.1-3408; adding  32.1-46.02. (Patron-Sickles, HB 2447 (Chapter 110))
Innovation and Entrepreneurship Investment Authority (IEIA); created by merging Innovative Technology Authority (ITA), and Research and Technology Advisory Commission. Amending 2.2-225, 2.2-225.1, 2.2-2218 through 2.2-2221, 2.2-2233.1, 2.2-3705.6, 2.2-3711, and 23-4.4; repealing  2.2-2513 through 2.2-2517. (Patron-Petersen, SB 1456 (Chapter 325))
Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation; America’s 400th Anniversary Commemoration, report. Adding  23-290.1. (Patron-Howell, W.J., HB 2546 (Chapter 159))
Judges; election in circuit court, general district court, juvenile and domestic relations district court, and members of Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission. (Patron-Janis, HJR 1048 (P))
Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission; nominations for election of members. (Patron-Janis, HR 73 (P); Marsh, SR 39 (P))
Law-enforcement officer; expands definition to include auxiliary deputy sheriffs appointed. Amending  9.1-101. (Patron-Pogge, HB 1743 (F))
Law-Enforcement Officers’ Privacy Protection Act; law-enforcement officer may request personal information withheld from disclosure on public records. Adding  9.1-1400, 9.1-1401, and 9.1-1402. (Patron-Crockett-Stark, HB 2630 (F))
Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; includes certain deputy sheriffs under coverage. Amending  9.1-500. (Patron-Poisson, HB 1673 (F))
Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; officer shall be given reasonable notice before being questioned in an investigation. Amending  9.1-501. (Patron-Stolle, SB 1541 (F))
Line of Duty Act; amends definition of deceased person thereunder, payment to beneficiaries. Amending  9.1-400 and 9.1-402. (Patron-Miller, P.J., HB 2574 (F); Deeds, SB 943 (F))
Line of Duty Act; continued health insurance coverage for disabled employee or qualified beneficiary of a deceased employee. Amending  9.1-401. (Patron-Mathieson, HB 1960 (F))
Line of Duty Act; exempts police departments and sheriffs’ offices from requirement to reimburse costs for investigations conducted by State Police regarding claims for payment thereunder. Amending  9.1-403. (Patron-Crockett-Stark, HB 1915 (F))
Line of Duty Act; funding for Line of Duty Death and Health Benefits Trust Fund. Amending  9.1-400 and 15.2-911. (Patron-Quayle, SB 1006 (F))
Line of Duty Act; includes local employees disabled on or after January 1, 1966, in definition of disabled employee. Amending 9.1-400, 15.2-911, and 17.1-272. (Patron-Bulova, HB 1997 (F))
Line of Duty Act; investigation of claims by police departments and sheriffs’ offices. Amending  9.1-403. (Patron-Byron, HB 2626 (Chapter 393); Hurt, SB 1539 (Chapter 580))
Line of Duty Act; short-term disability benefits for state police officers. Amending  51.1-1121; adding  9.1-401.1. (Patron-Carrico, HB 1651 (F); Quayle, SB 1522 (F))
Locksmiths; certain persons exempted from certifications if employed by licensed private security services business. Amending  9.1-140. (Patron-Merricks, HB 2644 (Chapter 225))
Locksmiths; repeals regulation thereof. Amending  9.1-138, 9.1-139, 9.1-140, and 9.1-143; repealing  9.1-140.1 and second, third, fourth, and fifth enactments of Chapter 638, 2008 Acts. (Patron-Fralin, HB 2603 (F))
Locksmiths; transfers regulation thereof to State Board for Contractors. Amending  9.1-138, 9.1-139, 9.1-140, 9.1-143, 54.1-201, and 54.1-1102; adding  54.1-1144 through 54.1-1150; repealing  9.1-140.1. (Patron-Reynolds, SB 1359 (F))
Manufacturing Development Commission; increases size to 14 members by adding a representative of Norfolk State University or Virginia State University. Amending  30-275. (Patron-Wagner, SB 981 (Chapter 259))
Manufacturing Development Commission; repeals July 1, 2009, sunset date. Repealing  30-277. (Patron-Wagner, SB 980 (Chapter 542))
Marine Resources Commission; allows Commissioner to waive requirements for permits in emergency situations. Amending 28.2-1203 and 28.2-1306. (Patron-Houck, SB 528 (CD))
Marine Resources Commission; authority to lease subaqueous lands for generating electrical energy from wave or tidal action, currents, etc., and transmit energy from such sources to shore and requires that any leases require a royalty. Amending 28.2-1208. (Patron-Wagner, SB 1350 (Chapter 766))
Marine Resources Commission; authorized to grant easements and rights-of-way across beds of Elizabeth River to VDOT for improvement of Midtown Tunnel. (Patron-Miller, Y.B., SB 1479 (Chapter 298))
Marine Resources Commission; Commissioner to establish and equip a permanent office on Virginia Peninsula. Amending  28.2-104. (Patron-Barlow, HB 2248 (Chapter 103))
Marine Resources Commission; membership. Amending  28.2-102. (Patron-Miller, J.C., SB 1087 (F))
Massage Therapy, Advisory Board on; created. Amending  54.1-2400; adding  54.1-3029.1. (Patron-Martin, SB 878 (Chapter 534))
Medication aide training programs; requirements therefor. Amending  54.1-3042. (Patron-O’Bannon, HB 1986 (Chapter 133); Hanger, SB 1032 (Chapter 837))
Medicine, Board of; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to conduct follow-up review of effectiveness thereof in regulating practice of medicine. (Patron-Puller, SJR 276 (F))
Mortgage Lender and Broker Act; State Corporation Commission to request Attorney General to investigate violations of prohibited practices thereunder. Amending  6.1-430; adding  6.1-430.1. (Patron-Kilgore, HB 2262 (Chapter 204); Watkins, SB 1170 (Chapter 727))
Naming of bridges; repeals section of Code that overlaps with provisions in another Code section. Repealing  33.1-250. (Patron-Landes, HB 1763 (Chapter 65))
No Child Left Behind Act; prohibits Board of Education from complying with any provisions that are unfunded and are not an integral component of State’s Standards of Quality, etc. (Patron-Hanger, SB 1040 (F))
Notice to sex offenders of law changes; State Police, Department of Corrections or Community Supervision shall give to those required to register. Amending  9.1-907. (Patron-Marsden, HB 2511 (F))
Ohio Valley Water Sanitation Commission; replaces one of three commissioners with Director of Department of Conservation and Recreation. Amending  62.1-73. (Patron-Bowling, HB 2283 (Chapter 467))
Onsite sewage system; Board of Health shall establish procedures for requiring a survey plat as part of an application for a permit therefor. Amending  32.1-164. (Patron-Phillips, HB 2188 (Chapter 747))
Parole Board; ensure each person eligible for parole receives a timely and thorough review of his suitability for release on parole. Amending  53.1-136. (Patron-Petersen, SB 1135 (F))
Passenger and freight rail transportation programs; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study long-term funding needs of State. (Patron-Valentine, HJR 714 (F))
Pittsylvania County; Board of Department of Game and Inland Fisheries to adopt regulations to ensure that any seasons and bag limits for hunting of deer that apply do so uniformly. (Patron-Merricks, HB 2102 (F))
Planning district commissions; designates Planning District Commissions 1, 2, and 13 as economic development organizations. Amending  15.2-4207. (Patron-Ruff, SB 1535 (Chapter 863))
Public schools; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study ways to promote and ensure early reading proficiency and comprehension among third graders. (Patron-Miller, J.C., SJR 313 (F))
Public’s use of state waters; Department of Game and Inland Fisheries and Marine Resources Commission to clarify, report. (Patron-Saxman, HJR 689 (F))
Racing Commission; advance deposit account wagering. Amending 59.1-369; repealing  59.1-376.1. (Patron-Scott, E.T., HB 2604 (Chapter 142))
Racing Commission; allocations from simulcast horse racing. Amending  59.1-365, 59.1-369, and 59.1-392. (Patron-Norment, SB 1397 (F))
Racing Commission; authorizes wagering on historical horse racing. Amending  59.1-365 and 59.1-392. (Patron-Herring, SB 1101 (F))
Rail Enhancement Fund; waive requirement that projects funded thereby include a minimum of 30 percent cash or in-kind matching contribution from a private source. Amending  33.1-221.1:1.1. (Patron-Nichols, HB 2119 (F))
Rappahannock River Basin Commission; membership. Amending 62.1-69.29. (Patron-Hanger, SB 1036 (Chapter 601))
Real Estate Board; compensation to referring attorneys prohibited, exception. Amending  54.1-2103. (Patron-Iaquinto, HB 2040 (Chapter 88))
Real Estate Board; waiver of broker education requirements. Amending  54.1-2105. (Patron-Puckett, SB 1210 (F))
Realignment Commission; created, report. Amending  2.2-203.2:1 and 2.2-2101; adding  30-293 through 30-302; repealing 2.2-2620 through 2.2-2625. (Patron-Saxman, HB 1238 (CD))
Realignment Commission; created, report. Amending  2.2-203.2:1 and 2.2-2101; adding  30-309 through 30-318; repealing 2.2-2620 through 2.2-2625. (Patron-Saxman, HB 2617 (I) See HB2463)
Recreational saltwater license; authorizes Marine Resources Commission to charge nonresidents a higher fee than residents. Amending  28.2-201. (Patron-Lewis, HB 2223 (Chapter 371))
Regional Criminal Justice Academy Training Fund; limits fee that a locality not participating in may charge to support training operations. Amending  9.1-106. (Patron-Petersen, SB 1130 (F))
Restorative justice; Crime Commission shall investigate legal and practical issues surrounding different types thereof, report. (Patron-Norment, SJR 362 (F))
Revenue-sharing funds; allows towns with populations of no more than 15,000 to use those allocated by Transportation Board for highway maintenance. Amending  33.1-23.05. (Patron-Crockett-Stark, HB 1920 (F))
Saltwater anglers; Marine Resources Commission to examine creation of comprehensive registry in State. (Patron-Northam, SJR 397 (P))
Seed Potato Board; eliminates requirement to file annual report. Amending  3.2-4104 and 3.2-6543. (Patron-Landes, HB 2345 (Chapter 107))
Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; condition of registration. Amending  9.1-902. (Patron-Mathieson, HB 1963 (F))
Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; provision in conviction order, sentencing order, etc., stating that a person is not required to register is invalid and void ab initio. Adding  9.1-923. (Patron-Mathieson, HB 1962 (F))
Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; registration requirements. Amending  9.1-903 and 9.1-904. (Patron-Lewis, HB 1928 (F))
Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; State Police shall publish on Internet sex offender database and mail to all persons general laws affecting such persons. Adding  9.1-923. (Patron-Marsden, HB 2225 (F))
Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act; registration requirements. Amending  9.1-903, 9.1-904, and 9.1-905. (Patron-Watts, HB 1898 (F))
Sex offender registration; juveniles of any age adjudicated delinquent of a sexually violent offense to register, requires expulsion from school. Amending  9.1-902, 18.2-370.5, 22.1-254, 22.1-254.2, 22.1-277.06, and 22.1-277.2:1; adding 22.1-277.09. (Patron-Gilbert, HB 2361 (F))
Sex offender registry; failure to register is Class 6 felony. Amending  9.1-902 and 18.2-472.1. (Patron-Shannon, HB 1862 (F))
Sex offender registry; placement of certain juveniles required. Amending  9.1-902. (Patron-Stuart, SB 372 (CD))
Sex Offender Registry system; not required to provide list of registrants’ wanted offenses on Internet system. Amending 9.1-913. (Patron-Poindexter, HB 2274 (F))
Sheriffs’ dispatchers’ offices; Compensation Board to study pay grades to determine if any inequities exist. (Patron-Phillips, HJR 707 (F))
Southwest Virginia Cultural Heritage Commission; provides that five ex officio members shall have voting privileges. Amending 2.2-2533. (Patron-Wampler, SB 1485 (Chapter 301))
Spirits delivery permit; authorizes permittee to purchase spirits from Board and to deliver to business. Amending  4.1-212. (Patron-Knight, HB 2584 (F); Herring, SB 1494 (F))
Standards of Learning; directs Board of Education provide option of industry certification and state licensure examinations as a student-selected credit. Amending  22.1-253.13:3. (Patron-Lohr, HB 2517 (Chapter 825))
Statewide uniform grading policy; Board of Education to establish. Adding  22.1-20.1. (Patron-Lohr, HB 1700 (F))
Stormwater management; Soil and Water Conservation Board to adopt regulations that provide for evaluation and potential inclusion of innovative control technologies. Amending  10.1-603.4. (Patron-Ticer, SB 1114 (Chapter 709))
Subaqueous lands; Marine Resources Commission to sell and convey certain parcels to City of Virginia Beach. (Patron-Bouchard, HB 2412 (F))
Surgeon General, State; Joint Commission on Health Care to study feasibility and value of establishing. (Patron-Miller, Y.B., SJR 316 (F))
Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to conduct review of effectiveness of economic revitalization grants thereof, report. (Patron-Armstrong, HJR 676 (F))
Tort claims brought against entities; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study costs incurred by State or its localities resulting therefrom. (Patron-Edwards, SJR 277 (F))
Towing and Recovery Operators, Board of; exemption, etc., in a locality imposing a coal severance tax from powers and regulations thereof. Adding  46.2-2800.1. (Patron-Bowling, HB 2276 (F))
Towing and Recovery Operators, Board of; membership, powers, and duties relating to suspension, revocation, and refusal to renew licenses. Amending  2.2-4024, 46.2-2800, 46.2-2801, 46.2-2805, 46.2-2806, 46.2-2809, 46.2-2814, 46.2-2816, 46.2-2821, 46.2-2825, and 46.2-2827; adding  46.2-2825.1 through 46.2-2825.4; repealing  46.2-2810, 46.2-2818, and 46.2-2824. (Patron-Abbitt, HB 2169 (Chapter 806))
Towing and Recovery Operators, Board of; regulations governing public safety towing apply only to towing services requested by state law-enforcement agencies. Amending  46.2-2809 and 46.2-2826. (Patron-Pogge, HB 1747 (Chapter 63))
TransDominion Express Commission; created. Adding  33.1-391.16, 33.1-391.17, and 33.1-391.18; repealing Chapter 1041, 2003 Acts. (Patron-Edwards, SB 863 (F))
Transportation corridors; duties of Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment, Transportation Board to establish connection with establishment of Statewide Transportation Plan. Amending 2.2-229, 15.2-2232, 33.1-12, and 33.1-23.03. (Patron-Rust, HB 2019 (Chapter 670); Norment, SB 1398 (Chapter 690))
Twin County Airport Commission; change in membership. Amending Chapter 379, 1964 Acts. (Patron-Armstrong, HB 1907 (Chapter 232))
Uniform Statewide Building Code; authority of local building officials to issue a summons for unlicensed activity by any person required to be licensed by Board for Contractors. Amending  36-105.1. (Patron-Oder, HB 2078 (F))
Urban county executive form of government; adds sexual orientation as prohibited discrimination therein. Amending  15.2-853 and 15.2-854. (Patron-Plum, HB 1933 (F))
Virginia Bicentennial of American War of 1812 Commission; extending time Commission may be funded upon approval of Joint Rules Committee. Amending second enactment of Chapters 409 and 740, 2008 Acts. (Patron-Cox, HB 1720 (Chapter 436))
Virginia’s Transportation Needs, Commission on; created, report. (Patron-May, HJR 770 (F))
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission; mayor of D.C. will appoint member to represent D.C. Amending Chapter 378, 2007 Acts. (Patron-Ticer, SB 932 (Chapter 540))
Waste Management Board; permit issuance process. Amending 10.1-1401, 10.1-1402, 10.1-1408.1, 10.1-1408.4, 10.1-1408.5, 10.1-1409, 10.1-1426, and 10.1-1427; adding  10.1-1408.6. (Patron-Morgan, HB 2469 (F))
Wastewater treatment plants; Board to accept petitions from facilities subject to waste load allocations for two or more design flows. (Patron-Scott, E.T., HB 2074 (Chapter 361))
Wastewater treatment plants; State Water Control Board to accept petitions relating thereto. (Patron-Hanger, SB 1022 (Chapter 704))
Wireless E-911 Services Board; adds Director of Department of Emergency Management as a member and replaces CIO as chairman. Amending  56-484.13 and 56-484.15. (Patron-Watkins, SB 1163 (Chapter 613))
Zoning appeals, board of; changes standard by which variance can be granted. Amending  15.2-2309. (Patron-Athey, HB 2326 (Chapter 206))
Zoning appeals, boards of; when actions may be taken. Amending 15.2-2308. (Patron-Cole, HB 1637 (Chapter 734))
2009 Cumulative Index of Bills, Joint Resolutions, and Resolutions - 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 06/03/09