(SB678)

AMENDMENT(S) PROPOSED BY THE SENATE

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    2. Line 23, Title, introduced, after 59.1-432,

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    3. Line 33, Title, introduced, after 22.1-20.1,

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        by adding in Chapter 1 of Title 46.2 a section numbered 46.2-116,

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    4. Line 35, Title, introduced, after 51.5-181,

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        by adding in Title 52 a chapter numbered 12, consisting of sections numbered 52-50 through 52-75,

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    5. Line 62, Title, introduced, after Hemophilia Advisory Board,

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        the Sewage Handling and Disposal Appeal Review Board,

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    6. Line 309, introduced, after Commonwealth.

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        A personnel committee of the Council is established, consisting of the Clerk of the House of Delegates, the Clerk of the Senate, the Secretary of Administration, and the chairman of the Council or their designees. The personnel committee shall establish the personnel policies for the Executive Director of the Council employed pursuant to § 30-194. The Executive Director shall report to the personnel committee regarding proposed projects and activities and shall seek the prior approval of the personnel committee for personnel expenditures related to such projects and activities.

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    8. Line 1327, introduced, after enforcement of laws

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        (.) period

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        ; and

        6. Have the authority, in the same manner as provided in § 59.1-308.2, to inquire into consumer complaints regarding violations of § 46.2-1231 or 46.2-1233.1 involving businesses engaged in towing vehicles or to refer the complaint directly to the appropriate local enforcement officials.

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        and

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        5. Appoint and compensate qualified hearing officers from the list of hearing officers maintained by the Executive Secretary of the Supreme Court of Virginia;

        6. Promote creation of local commissions to aid in effectuating the policies of this article and to enter into cooperative worksharing or other agreements with federal agencies or local commissions, including the deferral of complaints of discrimination to federal agencies or local commissions;

        7. Make studies and appoint advisory councils to effectuate the purposes and policies of the article and to make the results thereof available to the public;

        8. Accept public grants or private gifts, bequests, or other payments, as appropriate; and

        9. Furnish technical assistance upon request of persons subject to this article to further comply with the article or an order issued thereunder.

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    11. Line 1565, introduced, after 1.

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        remainder of line 1565 and through 2. on line 1568

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    12. Line 1590, introduced, after 5.

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        3.

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        2.

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    13. Line 1721, introduced, after 31,

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        38,

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        all of lines 1815 through 1832

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    15. Line 1864, introduced, after landowners.

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        In making appointments to the Board, the Governor shall take into account the geographic diversity of board membership as it relates to Virginia's forest resources.

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    16. Line 1866, introduced, after two years,

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        and four

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        three

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    17. Line 1866, introduced, after three years

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        , and three members for a term of four years

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    18. Line 2123, introduced, after representative on the

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        Tobacco

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    19. Line 2311, introduced, after (ii)

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        tow

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        two

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        all of line 2346

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    21. Line 2505, introduced, after shall consist of

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        12

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        15

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    22. Line 2507, introduced, after Pathology,

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        three

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        six

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    23. Line 2509, introduced, after hearing aid user

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        and the other

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        or

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        Association of Retarded Citizens

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        Arc of Virginia

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    25. Line 6076, introduced, after chapter

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      , as a public body corporate and as a political subdivision of the Commonwealth

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        Rehabilitative case management shall not be provided to any person who is eligible for Medicaid targeted case management or other publicly-funded case management or Medicaid transition coordination.

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    27. Line 6156, introduced, after such conditions

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        remainder of line 6156

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    28. Line 6171, introduced, at the beginning of the line

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        promoting the rehabilitation of persons with disabilities

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        the Department

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    29. Line 6342, introduced, after Act as the

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        single state agency, under

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        designated state unit on aging for the purposes of carrying out the requirements of

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    30. Line 6363, introduced, after or contract

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        with a not-for-profit Virginia corporation granted tax-exempt status under § 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or designated area agencies on aging

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    31. Line 6424, introduced, after combination thereof,

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        shall

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        may

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    32. Line 6425, introduced, after and supports.

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        The

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        If established, the

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    33. Line 6885, introduced, after for the service;

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        and

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    34. Line 6888, introduced, after they have applied

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        . (period)

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        ; and

        3.  Services shall not be provided to people who are eligible for prevocational or supported employment services through a Medicaid home and community based waiver program.

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    35. Line 8015, introduced, after 65.  That

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        effective July 1, 2013,

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    36. Line 8098, introduced, after shall

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        assure

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        provide for

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    37. Line 8099, introduced, after recommendations

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        at least annually

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    38. Line 8101, introduced, after 75.

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        [Stricken by the Senate Committee on General Laws and Technology]

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        and at least one member shall be a child care professional

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        at least one member shall represent stand alone licensed child care centers that meet the accountability standards of state recognized accreditation through § 22.1-19, and at least one member shall represent religiously exempt child care centers

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    40. Line 8640, introduced, after adopt

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        regulations

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        or amend regulations, policies, and procedures related to child day care

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    41. Line 8640, introduced, after Society

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      .  The Board shall adopt or amend regulations related to therapeutic recreation programs in collaboration with the Virginia Park and Recreation Society and the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. 

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        one individual appointed to the State Board of Social Services pursuant to § 63.2-215 for terms beginning July 1, 2012 shall be a child care professional.

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        two individuals appointed to the State Board of Social Services pursuant to § 63.2-215 for terms beginning July 1, 2012 shall be representatives of child care professional centers.

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        and

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    44. Line 9439, introduced, after 12.11.

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        The Department of Corrections:  Career and Technical Education Programs; and

        12.

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    45. Line 9445, introduced, after Correctional Education

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        Corrections, the Department of

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    46. Line 9543, introduced, after Juvenile

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        Justice

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        Justice’s Education Division

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    47. Line 9778, introduced, after The Director shall

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        appoint

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        employ

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        Board

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        Director

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        10.  To name the various individual schools, but such names need not be associated or identified with the institution or facility within which they are located.

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        Correctional

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        Correctional

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        Correctional

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    53. Line 9991, introduced, after The

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        correctional education division

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        Division

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        correctional education division

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        Division

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        correctional education division

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        Division

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        Title 52 a chapter numbered 12, consisting of sections numbered 52-50 through 52-75

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        Chapter 1 of Title 46.2 a section numbered 46.2-116

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        § 46.2-116.  License from Department of Criminal Justice Services required for tow truck drivers; penalty.

        A.  On and after January 1, 2013, no person shall drive any tow truck as defined in § 46.2-100 without having obtained from the Department of Criminal Justice Services a tow truck driver’s license, provided that this requirement shall not apply to any holder of a tow truck driver authorization document issued pursuant to § 46.2-2814, until the expiration date of such document. Every applicant for an initial and renewal pursuant to this section shall submit his license application, fingerprints, and personal descriptive information to the Department of Criminal Justice Services and a non-refundable application fee of $100. The Department of Criminal Justice Services shall forward the personal descriptive information along with the applicant’s fingerprints through the Central Criminal Records Exchange to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the purpose of obtaining a national criminal history record check regarding such applicant. The cost of the fingerprinting and criminal history records check shall be paid by the applicant. No such license shall be issued to any person who (i) is required to register as a sex offender as provided in § 9.1-901 or in a substantially similar law of any other state, the United States, or any foreign jurisdiction; (ii) has been convicted of a violent crime as defined in subsection C of § 17.1-805; or (iii) has been convicted of any crime involving the driving of a tow truck, including drug or alcohol offenses, but not traffic infraction convictions. Any person licensed pursuant to this section shall report to the Department of Criminal Justice Services within 10 days of conviction for felonies or misdemeanors that occur while he is licensed as provided in this section.

        B. Driving of a tow truck by any person to whom no license shall have been issued as provided in this section shall constitute a Class 3 misdemeanor. The driver of any tow truck to whom a license shall have been issued by the Department of Criminal Justice Services as provided in this section shall have such license in his possession whenever driving a tow truck on the highways.

        C. Licenses issued by the Department of Criminal Justice Services pursuant to this section shall be valid for a period not to exceed 24 months unless such license is revoked or suspended by the Department of Criminal Justice Services.

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        Chapter 12 (§ 52-50 et seq.) of Title 52

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        all of line 10326 through line 10606

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    60. Line 10610, introduced, after 2013.

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        The Registrar of Regulations shall take appropriate administrative action to effect the repeal of the regulations in the Virginia Administrative Code.

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    61. Line 10612, introduced, after prior to

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        July 1, 2012.

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        The mission of the Virginia War Memorial shall be to honor patriotic Virginians who rendered faithful service and sacrifice in the cause of freedom and liberty for the Commonwealth and the nation in time of war, honor all of Virginia’s veterans, preserve their history, educate the public, and inspire patriotism in all Virginians.

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        honoring patriotic Virginians who rendered faithful service and sacrifice in the cause of freedom and liberty for the Commonwealth and the nation in time of war

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        supporting the Virginia War Memorial

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        and shall also be responsible for employing and discharging from employment such persons as may be necessary to manage, control, maintain, and operate the Virginia War Memorial

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        The Board shall meet at least four times a year.

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        the Persian Gulf Conflict

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        military operations against terrorism, as a result of a terrorist act, or in any armed conflict after December 6, 1941

 

 

     

         


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