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Bill List: Governor's recommendations adopted
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  • HB 79 Possession of firearms or concealed weapons by felons.
  • HB 103 Possession of controlled substances by regional jail officers.
  • HB 127 Claims; Moore, Johnny Beth.
  • HB 131 Sales tax exemption; various organizations.
  • HB 133 Retirement System; prior service credit.
  • HB 164 Claims; Nalwasky, Richard M.
  • HB 184 Pupil-teacher ratios.
  • HB 211 Standards of Quality; actual pupil/teacher ratios to be reported.
  • HB 232 Comprehensive Animal Laws.
  • HB 233 Privately operated correctional services.
  • HB 264 Trademarks.
  • HB 277 Tort Claims Act; immunity from computer error for 'Year 2000'.
  • HB 288 Larceny; firearms.
  • HB 300 Defined contribution plan.
  • HB 341 Adoption of local ordinances and resolutions.
  • HB 344 Fiduciaries; qualification.
  • HB 351 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority.
  • HB 352 Budget Bill; bonded indebtedness to be included.
  • HB 384 Attorneys; licensure.
  • HB 411 Taking indecent liberties with children.
  • HB 432 Training of teachers, administrators, and superintendents.
  • HB 469 Dealer's license plates.
  • HB 471 Programs designed to promote educational opportunities.
  • HB 511 Standby guardianship.
  • HB 519 Confinement of juveniles.
  • HB 530 Failure to pay fines and costs; license suspension.
  • HB 531 Habitual offenders; driving without a license.
  • HB 563 Agricultural and forestal districts.
  • HB 570 Megan's law; community notification.
  • HB 603 Regulation of signs in highway rights-of-way.
  • HB 620 Discharges of oil; recovery of costs.
  • HB 649 Waste Management Board; issuance of special orders.
  • HB 658 Prohibited contracts by employees of state government.
  • HB 659 University of Virginia; board meetings.
  • HB 664 Drug assessment of certain offenders.
  • HB 673 Health insurance; coverage for hemophilia.
  • HB 678 Endowment funds of University of Va.
  • HB 693 Pearl Harbor Memorial Highway.
  • HB 703 Resource sites for student employment opportunities.
  • HB 710 School instructional programs and practices.
  • HB 729 Criminal history records check for transfer of firearms.
  • HB 756 Gambling; help for compulsive gamblers.
  • HB 757 Concealed weapons.
  • HB 768 Ineligibility for concealed handgun permit.
  • HB 769 Pawnbrokers; licensure.
  • HB 770 Special license plates; supporters of AAA.
  • HB 780 Adult care residences.
  • HB 804 Health insurance for state employees; managed care options.
  • HB 820 Instruction of blind and visually impaired students.
  • HB 837 Assignment of lottery proceeds.
  • HB 843 Do Not Resuscitate Orders.
  • HB 848 Earned-income tax credit.
  • HB 865 Regulation of private security services.
  • HB 888 Payments for children from other areas in secure detention facilities.
  • HB 889 Boundary line between Loudoun County, Va. & Jefferson County, W. Va.
  • HB 904 Boating; no wake speed.
  • HB 915 Health insurance for state employees; prostate.
  • HB 917 Undergraduate and Vocational Incentive Scholarship Program.
  • HB 946 Child care; proof of identity.
  • HB 961 Revision of civil verdict.