HB 2110 Qualified interpreters for hearing-impaired.
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Qualified interpreters for the hearing-impaired. Provides that an individual who has received certification from the National Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf at any time in the past, regardless of whether such certification has expired, and who has served as an interpreter for a Virginia court for a minimum of five years since July 1, 1995, is a qualified interpreter. A person must be a qualified interpreter in order to be part of the statewide service or listing of the Department for the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing. The act sunsets on July 1, 1996.

Full text:
01/23/95  House: Presented & ordered printed LD1994164  pdf
02/05/95  House: Committee substitute printed LD0291164-H1  pdf
02/07/95  House: Printed as engrossed LD0291164-EH1  pdf

House amendments

01/23/95  House: Presented & ordered printed LD1994164
01/23/95  House: Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice
01/27/95  House: Assigned to C. J. sub-committee: 3/4
02/05/95  House: Reported from C. J. with substitute (10-Y 6-N)
02/05/95  House: Committee substitute printed LD0291164-H1
02/05/95  House: Read first time
02/06/95  House: Passed by for the day
02/07/95  House: Read second time
02/07/95  House: Committee substitute agreed to LD0291164-H1
02/07/95  House: Floor amendment agreed to (Copeland)
02/07/95  House: Engrossed by House - com. sub. w/amd. LD0291164-EH1
02/07/95  House: Printed as engrossed LD0291164-EH1
02/07/95  House: Constitutional reading dispensed
02/07/95  House: Defeated by House (34-Y 59-N)
02/07/95  House: VOTE: PASSAGE (34-Y 59-N)