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Bill List: Passed the Senate
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  • HB 1 Feticide; penalty.
  • HB 2 License plates, special; abolishes issuance to various groups & employees due to exp. authorization.
  • HB 3 Legislation; prefiling.
  • HB 6 Publications, state; reduces number submitted to State Library.
  • HB 7 Rehabilitation Providers, Advisory Board on; abolished.
  • HB 8 Certified Practices, Advisory Committee on; abolished.
  • HB 9 Business-Education Partnership Program and Advisory Council on; abolished.
  • HB 10 Charity Food Assistance Advisory Board; abolished.
  • HB 11 Military Affairs, Board of; abolished.
  • HB 12 Blind, Advisory Boards for Industries for; combining of regional boards.
  • HB 13 Sweet Potato Board and Fund; abolished.
  • HB 14 State agency reporting requirements; certain eliminated.
  • HB 15 Early Intervention Agencies Committee; abolished.
  • HB 16 Health insurance; abolishes optional supplemental insurance for retired state employees.
  • HB 17 Motor fuels tax; changes in reporting and payment requirements.
  • HB 20 Marriage rites; persons who may perform.
  • HB 22 Governor's Employment and Training Department; removes obsolete references.
  • HB 23 Motor vehicle carriers; appointment of inspectors for enforcement of laws.
  • HB 24 Rudee Inlet Authority; abolished.
  • HB 25 Deer or elk; spotlighting.
  • HB 26 Antlerless deer; hunting.
  • HB 27 Wild turkeys; hunting in Pittsylvania County.
  • HB 28 Squirrels; hunting in Floyd County.
  • HB 29 Budget Bill. Additional appropriations for 2002-2004 biennium.
  • HB 30 Budget Bill. Appropriations for 2004-2006 biennium.
  • HB 31 Higher Educational Institutions Bond Bill of 2004; created.
  • HB 32 Parking Facilities Bond Bill of 2004; created.
  • HB 35 Speed limits; may be set on nonsurface treated highways in certain counties.
  • HB 37 Constitutional amendment; succession to office of Governor.
  • HB 38 License plates, special; issuance to various organizations, persons, etc.
  • HB 40 Agriculture education; development.
  • HB 43 Driver's license; issuance of restricted permit to travel for court appearance.
  • HB 44 Civil cases; judgment in settlement and installment orders.
  • HB 45 Court-appointed counsel; compensation.
  • HB 46 Civil cases; judgment in cases arising out of a trustee's deed following foreclosure.
  • HB 47 Civil cases; jurisdiction in actions of unlawful entry or detainer.
  • HB 49 Civil case; copies of subpoenaed documents to be provided to other party.
  • HB 52 Bedford Joint Economic Development Authority; use of name.
  • HB 53 Charter; City of Winchester.
  • HB 54 Beavers; killing due to destruction of property.
  • HB 56 Charter; City of Colonial Heights.
  • HB 57 Charter; City of Franklin.
  • HB 58 Luray-Page County Airport Authority; created.
  • HB 59 Electrical generating facilities; certificates.
  • HB 64 Community college boards and boards of visitors; appointment of faculty representatives.
  • HB 67 Law-enforcement officer; definition.
  • HB 69 Risk management plans; coverage for claims against attorneys.
  • HB 70 Judges & Justices of Supreme Court & Court of Appeals; designation as a senior justice after retire.
  • HB 71 Property bail bondsmen; certification.
  • HB 75 Bear or deer; abolishes damage stamp requirement in Craig County.
  • HB 76 Bird sanctuary; abolishes establishment in Roanoke County.
  • HB 77 Deer and wild birds or animals; abolishes unlawful rifle hunting in Halifax & Cumberland Counties.
  • HB 79 Firearms; penalty for possession or transportation by certain persons.
  • HB 82 University of Virginia's College at Wise; reduced tuition.
  • HB 83 Motor vehicles; registration of those owned by regional jail authorities.
  • HB 85 Motor vehicle safety inspections; certain new vehicles exempt.
  • HB 86 Driver's license; authorized copying by banks and financial institutions.
  • HB 87 Mobile infrared transmitters; certain prohibited.
  • HB 94 Real estate tax; increases asset thresh. amts. of elderly or disabled prior to reduced imposition.
  • HB 97 Real estate tax; amount of land acreage of elderly or disabled prior to reduced imposition.