In the House of Delegates
February 24, 2005
THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES HAS PASSED THE FOLLOWING SENATE BILLS:
S.B. 756 A BILL to amend and reenact § 18.2-85 of the Code of Virginia, relating to fire bombs; definition.
S.B. 1170 A BILL to amend and reenact § 18.2-370 of the Code of Virginia, relating to indecent liberties with children; penalties.
S.B. 1279 A BILL to amend and reenact § 58.1-3506 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Article 2 of Chapter 35 of Title 58.1 a section numbered 58.1-3508.2, relating to local taxation of certain machinery and tools.
Patron--Reynolds (By Request)
Patrons--Ruff, Hawkins, Potts and Reynolds
S.B. 1338 A BILL to amend and reenact § 38.2-3525 of the Code of Virginia, relating to group accident and sickness insurance coverage.
Patrons--Howell, Devolites Davis, Edwards, Potts, Saslaw and Watkins; Delegates: Brink, Callahan and Dillard
THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES HAS AGREED TO THE FOLLOWING SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS:
S.J.R. 273 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study the Commonwealth's program for prisoner reentry to society. Report.
S.J.R. 275 Proposing an amendment to Section 6 of Article X of the Constitution of Virginia, relating to property exempt from taxation.
S.J.R. 319 Designating February 4, in 2005 and in each succeeding year, as Give Kids A Smile Day in Virginia.
S.J.R. 320 Designating February, in 2005 and in each succeeding year, as Children's Dental Health Month in Virginia.
S.J.R. 331 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study Virginia's adoption laws and policies. Report.
S.J.R. 335 Encouraging the retailers of Virginia to take voluntary steps to limit access to medications easily abused by minors.
Patrons--Mims; Delegates: Black and May
S.J.R. 336 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study the operations of circuit court clerks' offices. Report.
S.J.R. 339 Proposing an amendment to Section 14 of Article IV of the Constitution of Virginia, relating to powers of the General Assembly; limitations on powers including incorporation of churches.
Patrons--Mims and Miller; Delegates: Byron and McQuigg
S.J.R. 360 Directing the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study the comparative burden of regulatory compliance on Virginia's manufacturing sector. Report.
Patrons--Wagner; Delegate: Saxman
S.J.R. 361 Continuing the joint subcommittee studying the needs of the manufacturing sector and the future of manufacturing in Virginia. Report.
S.J.R. 367 Requesting the Board of Forestry to continue its study of providing incentives to private landowners to hold and preserve their forestland. Report.
S.J.R. 371 Increasing the membership of the Joint Subcommittee to Study the Certification Process for Voting Equipment and Matters Related to the Performance and Proper Deployment of Voting Equipment to include two members with computer security expertise.
S.J.R. 376 Directing the Virginia Housing Commission to study the feasibility of exempting nonprofit organizations that construct housing for low income persons from zoning provisions that limit how and when property may be subdivided into individual lots. Report.
S.J.R. 380 Continuing the Joint Subcommittee to Study Lead-Poisoning Prevention. Report.
S.J.R. 388 Advising the citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia of the intention of the Virginia Code Commission to publish a 2007 Code of Virginia.
Patrons--Mims and Edwards; Delegates: Hurt and Landes
S.J.R. 393 Requesting the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries to continue its study of local firearms hunting ordinances. Report.
S.J.R. 403 Requesting the Board of Education to study the permanent use of industry certifications and state licensure tests for the award of verified units of credit in the public schools. Report.
Patrons--Wagner and Reynolds
S.J.R. 406 Expressing the General Assembly's support for the Virginia Hydrogen Energy Plan.
Patrons--Rerras and Bolling
S.J.R. 428 Requesting the Board of Education to include the mathematics specialist endorsement in the Licensure Regulations for School Personnel. Report.
S.J.R. 451 Directing the Virginia State Crime Commission to study the implications of Crawford v. Washington, United States v. Booker, and other related recent United States Supreme Court cases. Report.
Bruce F. Jamerson
Clerk, House of Delegates