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  • HB 2 Income tax, state; small business investment tax credit.
  • HB 12 Group health insurance; allows coverage to be extended to full-time students under age 27.
  • HB 15 Terrorism, federal; those accused or convicted shall not be held in custody in state/local facility.
  • HB 20 Disabled veteran; definition.
  • HB 47 Income tax, state; telework expenses tax credit.
  • HB 57 Business, professional, and occupational license (BPOL) tax; limits on rates and imposition.
  • HB 59 General registrar; appointment by electoral board.
  • HB 73 Income tax, state; additional personal exemption for surviving spouse or head of household.
  • HB 75 License plates, special; issuance to those bearing national motto: "In God We Trust."
  • HB 89 Virginia Wind Underwriting Association; created.
  • HB 94 Income tax, corporate; reduction of rate for up to three years for certain small businesses.
  • HB 110 BPOL tax; localities to decide to impose on business's gross receipts or its State taxable income.
  • HB 122 Conflict of interests; prohibited conduct for certain officers and employees of state government.
  • HB 123 Virginia Nanotechnology Authority Act; created.
  • HB 164 Protective orders; authorizes judicial officer to require respondent be subject to GPS monitoring.
  • HB 207 Police lineups; establishes a uniform procedure to be used by all law-enforcement agencies.
  • HB 216 Assault and battery against a family or household member; protective order, penalty.
  • HB 219 Adverse possession; abolition.
  • HB 226 TANF; eligibility of assistance when convicted of drug-related felonies.
  • HB 234 License plates, special; issuance to members and former members of U.S. Navy.
  • HB 242 Judicial vacancies; removes requirement of certifying prior to legislature filling vacancies.
  • HB 245 Gate City, Town of; Transportation Board to allow provision of access roads.
  • HB 246 Local government investment pool; limitations.
  • HB 252 Unemployment benefits; waiver of overpayment due to administrative error.
  • HB 259 Transportation-disadvantaged persons; requires State to develop plans to assist.
  • HB 261 Low-profit limited liability companies; definition.
  • HB 276 Highway maintenance funds; requires CTB to allocate funds on basis of achieving level of disparity.
  • HB 280 Fraud to accomplish vote on union organization; person guilty of misdemeanor.
  • HB 282 Newspapers; may petition circuit court for authority to publish legal notices and publications.
  • HB 285 Companion animals; court may include in protective order provisions prohibiting harm.
  • HB 292 Circuit courts; shall have original and general jurisdiction over certain cases.
  • HB 301 Autopsy; retention and disposal of specimens.
  • HB 305 Voluntary admission; person admitted to facility for mental health treatment after detention order.
  • HB 306 Adverse medical outcomes; pilot program created.
  • HB 307 Involuntary temporary detention order; hearing after execution.
  • HB 309 Summary judgment; documents that can serve as basis for motion.
  • HB 310 Offers of judgment; costs.
  • HB 327 Electric energy efficiency standard; established.
  • HB 329 Lawn fertilizers; prohibits use and application of those that contain phosphorus.
  • HB 338 Claims; Mr. and Mrs. Brian Cebula.
  • HB 347 Anesthesia; hospitals develop procedure for discharge of individuals who had procedures requiring.
  • HB 372 Minors; name change presumed to be in minor's best interest.
  • HB 383 Utility cooperatives; electing members of board of directors by proportional representation.
  • HB 392 Vehicles damaged by water; increases threshold for reporting water damage.
  • HB 420 License plates, special; issuance to those with certain medical conditions.
  • HB 424 Audiologists; authority to dispense hearing aids.
  • HB 440 Accident and sickness insurance policies; coverage of children who are under age 27.
  • HB 441 Community and agricultural net metering; requires State Corporation Commission to establish program.
  • HB 453 Protective orders; service of notice by law-enforcement officer.
  • HB 464 Respite Care Registry and Fund; Department for Aging to establish.
  • HB 474 Public utility lines; procedure municipality may obtain to place across a railroad right-of-way.
  • HB 483 Juvenile correctional centers; appointment of counsel to assist confined individuals.
  • HB 484 Water or sewer companies; serving more than 25 customers to incorporate as public service company.
  • HB 494 Notary public; civil immunity for local government officers, employees, and volunteers.
  • HB 508 Sewage sludge; Water Control Board to notify owners of land of proposed land application site.
  • HB 512 Lyme disease; allows a licensed physician to prescribe long-term antibiotic therapy.
  • HB 524 Lobbyist's disclosure statement; Secretary of Commonwealth to redesign form.
  • HB 528 Physical restraint of student; requires school principal or his designee to notify parents.
  • HB 536 Individual health insurance coverage; resident of State shall not be required to obtain a policy.
  • HB 539 Group accident and sickness insurance coverage; minimum number of covered persons.