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Bill List: Governor's recommendations adopted
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  • HB 70 Assault and battery; limited exception to charges for certain school personnel.
  • HB 101 Constitutional amendment; marriage may exist only between a man and woman.
  • HB 111 All-terrain vehicles; allows local governments in Northern Virginia to prohibit operation thereof.
  • HB 122 SWAM businesses; additional certification not required to participate in any program.
  • HB 134 Higher educational institutions; to report assignment of any intellectual property interests.
  • HB 141 Impact fees for transportation; authorize Fauquier and Spotsylvania Counties to impose.
  • HB 143 Highways, bridges, and interchanges; allows Transportation Board to name.
  • HB 216 Standards of Learning assessments; student required to attend summer school for remediation program.
  • HB 250 Motor vehicle registrations and license plates; dealer may issue temporary certificates.
  • HB 339 Dogs and cats; licensed vets to collect license fee and provide receipt when admin. rabies vacine.
  • HB 340 Dogs; regulation of those that may be dangerous.
  • HB 362 Game and Inland Fisheries, Board of; duties thereof.
  • HB 432 State Corporation Commission and Workers' Compensation Commission; election and terms of members.
  • HB 457 Conflicts of Interest Act, State and Local; exemption for faculty papers.
  • HB 466 School board; increase of salaries for members in City of Hopewell and Hanover County.
  • HB 468 Sickness and Disability Program; clarifies emp. receiving benefits must apply for soc. security.
  • HB 517 New College Institute; created.
  • HB 543 Lobbyists; amending registration and disclosure provisions therefor.
  • HB 574 Youth trapping license; created.
  • HB 588 Machete; illegal to brandish machete in threatening manner, penalty.
  • HB 601 Alcoholic beverages; license taxes for wholesale beer and wine licensees.
  • HB 646 DMV; access to records for person applying for volunteer vehicle operator with Civil Air Patrol.
  • HB 652 Oyster tax; revenues to be deposited into Public Oyster Rocks Replenishment Fund.
  • HB 709 Waste containers; localities to impose civil penalty for non-removal after third notice.
  • HB 727 Adoption laws; changes in provisions.
  • HB 730 Mutual Consent Adoption Registry; created.
  • HB 801 Interstate Public-Private Partnership Compact; created.
  • HB 816 Recording devices in motor vehicles; access to recorded data.
  • HB 833 License plates, special; eliminates fee for those bearing legend: United We Stand.
  • HB 846 Sex crimes against children; mandatory minimum term of confinement for certain offenses.
  • HB 856 Public Guardianship Program; authority to make funeral arrangements.
  • HB 889 Lead-based paint maintenance; immunity from liability statute.
  • HB 977 Shortline Railway Preservation and Development Fund; created.
  • HB 984 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; penalties.
  • HB 996 Dental hygienists; can administer certain Schedule VI analgesia and anesthesia.
  • HB 1000 Tolls; failure to pay, penalty.
  • HB 1004 Office of Commonwealth Preparedness; provides for appointment of director by Governor.
  • HB 1010 Clifton Forge and South Boston, former Cities of; updates Code references.
  • HB 1022 Pretrial motions or objections; when defense may raise in circuit and district courts.
  • HB 1038 Sexually violent predators; adds to list of offenses that qualify as sexual offenses.
  • HB 1039 Dogs; penalty when recklessly controlling or handling.
  • HB 1040 Methamphetamine precursor drugs; sale of ephedrine and pseudoephedrine with restrictions, penalty.
  • HB 1041 Health maintenance organizations; Medicaid coverage.
  • HB 1055 Air emissions control; Department of Environment Quality shall promulgate regulations.
  • HB 1066 Sex offenders; prohibits those convicted of offense against minor from residing with unless related.
  • HB 1108 Support orders; changes the effective date thereof.
  • HB 1119 Private roads; designating as highways for law-enforcement purposes in Warren County.
  • HB 1133 Consumer products; retailers allowed to sell existing inventories thereof.
  • HB 1163 False license; unlawful sale thereof, penalty.
  • HB 1187 Electric authorities; distributing electric energy for retail sales to customers within area.
  • HB 1192 Cash proffers; road improvements.
  • HB 1248 HOV lanes; eliminates sunset provision for vehicles bearing clean special fuel license plates.
  • HB 1258 Towing & Recovery Operators, Board of; regulation of towing storage, and recovery of vehicles.
  • HB 1333 Sex Offender Registry; modifies registration of a person convicted of murdering a child.
  • HB 1339 Peeping or spying; conviction of third offense
  • HB 1350 District court; remove case to circuit court if dismissal on basis that statute is unconstitutional.
  • HB 1352 Physician; adds podiatry to definition thereof.
  • HB 1418 Line of Duty Act; payment of benefits.
  • HB 1427 No Child Left Behind; Bd. of Education to develop plan to identify initiatives funded thereby.
  • HB 1428 No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education encouraged to request waivers and exemptions.