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Bill List: Passed the Senate
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  • HB 1 Electronic mail, unsolicited commercial; narrows scope of spam statute, penalty.
  • HB 4 Roanoke River Basin Advisory Committee; removes cap on reappointments for nonlegislative citizens.
  • HB 5 Claims; Victor Anthony Burnette.
  • HB 6 Charter; Town of Duffield.
  • HB 7 Higher Education, Council of; duties.
  • HB 8 Concealed handgun permit; renewal by mail.
  • HB 10 Individual health insurance coverage; resident of State not required to obtain, etc., policy.
  • HB 11 Health care services; peer utilization reviews on reconsideration of an adverse decision.
  • HB 13 Presentence reports; available to counsel for convicted person.
  • HB 16 Constitutional amendment; localities to establish either income or financial worth limitations.
  • HB 17 Taxes, state; reduces period of limitation for collection from 20 to 10 years.
  • HB 21 Space flight liability and immunity; repeals sunset provision.
  • HB 27 Bristol Virginia Utilities (BVU) Authority; created.
  • HB 29 Budget Bill.
  • HB 30 Budget Bill.
  • HB 38 Grass; adds Spotsylvania County to list of counties authorized to require property owners to cut.
  • HB 40 Disabled parent; subject to prosecution for desertion or nonsupport of another child.
  • HB 41 Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2010; created.
  • HB 42 Transportation programs; JLARC to administer a performance audit, report.
  • HB 46 Virginia Defective Drywall Correction and Restoration Assistance Fund; created.
  • HB 48 Debt Capacity Advisory Committee; adds State Comptroller and Staff Directors to membership.
  • HB 50 Absentee ballots; duties of electoral board to send within three business days, penalty.
  • HB 51 Comprehensive plan amendment; grants authority to local gov't to prepare & submit to public hearing.
  • HB 56 Testamentary trustees; relief of duty to file an inventory or annual accounts.
  • HB 61 Driver's licenses; release by DMV of photographs of deceased persons to family members.
  • HB 63 Absentee voting; expands scope of persons defined as members of voter's immediate family.
  • HB 66 Child and spousal support; court to appoint vocational expert to conduct testing and interviews.
  • HB 77 Credit life insurance; disclosure requirement.
  • HB 81 Jurors; equalizes pay of those in condemnation cases with that of regular jurors.
  • HB 82 Public sewer system; locality may adopt ordinance establishing standard for use & services; penalty.
  • HB 83 Pawnbrokers; local government may by an ordinance require daily report to be electronically filed.
  • HB 84 Search warrants, out-of-state; to be honored by State corporation or other entity.
  • HB 85 Umbilical cord blood education; Commissioner of Health to develop and post information on website.
  • HB 88 Electric utility service; cooperative to install & operate prepaid metering equipment upon request.
  • HB 92 Renewable energy certificates; tariff filed by cooperative for electric energy.
  • HB 93 Uninsured motorist insurance; liability insurer relieved of costs of defending owner in claim.
  • HB 97 Driver's license, restricted; issuance to out-of-state drivers.
  • HB 98 Learner's permit, restricted; DMV to issue to certain persons 25 years of age or older.
  • HB 99 Appeal bonds; adds unlawful detainer cases to list of actions for which an indigent must post bond.
  • HB 104 Elections; increases duration of time between filing deadlines and November elections.
  • HB 105 Appeals; court may impose additional requirements to security posted.
  • HB 107 Adult students; notifying schools when charged with certain crimes, etc.
  • HB 109 Firearms; repealing requirement for sellers of pistols to send report to clerk of circuit court.
  • HB 111 Schools; delayed implementation of statutes and regulations upon which full accreditation is based.
  • HB 116 Mail order pharmacy; insurer not limited to a single provider for services.
  • HB 125 Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; materials provided by State Board of Elections & Attorney General.
  • HB 128 Fishing license, special; DGIF to issue free licenses to disabled active duty military personnel.
  • HB 131 Hunters for the Hungry; DGIF to include in hunting license application for donation of at least $2.
  • HB 138 Aquaculture opportunity zones; Marine Resources Commission establish for propagation of shellfish.
  • HB 141 Land preservation tax credit; nonprofit organizations holding a easement are ineligible to receive.
  • HB 142 Menhaden fisheries; extends sunset provision for harvest.
  • HB 143 Practitioner self-referral; clarifies those that may make a referral.
  • HB 144 DUI; DCJS to establish model policy for law-enforcement personnel for questioning those suspected.
  • HB 147 Constitutional amendment; limit on taxes or revenues and Revenue Stabilization Fund.
  • HB 149 Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for certain veterans.
  • HB 150 Prescription drugs; stored, etc., by community services board, behavioral health authorities, etc.
  • HB 153 Physical therapy; advertising prohibited if not a licensed physical therapist or assistant.
  • HB 163 Motor vehicles; prohibition on driving abreast does not apply to passing other vehicles.
  • HB 166 Capital murder; adds fire marshals, etc., to statute so death sentence can be imposed.
  • HB 173 Influenza vaccine; certified emergency medical services personnel may administer and dispense.