In the Senate
January 30, 2008
THE SENATE HAS PASSED THE FOLLOWING SENATE BILLS:
S.B. 1 A BILL to repeal § 46.2-206.1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to civil remedial fees imposed on certain drivers.
Patrons--Houck, Barker, Deeds, Herring and Petersen
S.B. 15 A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Chapter 5 of Title 63.2 a section numbered 63.2-527, relating to notice to recipients; earned income tax credit.
Patrons--Edwards; Delegate: Eisenberg
S.B. 121 A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Title 33.1 a chapter numbered 10.3, consisting of sections numbered 33.1-391.16 through 33.1-391.18, and to repeal Chapter 1041 of the Acts of Assembly of 2003, relating to the TransDominion Express Commission.
S.B. 136 A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Article 14 of Chapter 8 of Title 46.2 a section numbered 46.2-919.1, relating to use of wireless telecommunications devices by school bus drivers.
S.B. 165 A BILL to amend and reenact § 46.2-916.3 of the Code of Virginia, relating to crossing of highways by golf carts and utility vehicles.
S.B. 186 A BILL to amend and reenact §§ 2.2-229 and 33.1-23.03 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment of the Secretary or Transportation and the Statewide Transportation Plan.
S.B. 251 A BILL to amend and reenact § 63.2-612 of the Code of Virginia, relating to TANF; waiver of ineligibility period.
S.B. 479 A BILL to amend and reenact § 2.2-2649 of the Code of Virginia, relating to CSA training; best practices.
Patrons--Hanger and Howell; Delegate: Fralin
S.B. 483 A BILL to amend and reenact §§ 2.2-2648, 2.2-2649, 2.2-5206, 2.2-5210, 37.2-308, and 63.2-226 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the Comprehensive Services Act; data collection and performance standards.
Patrons--Hanger and Howell; Delegate: Hamilton
Patrons--Hanger and Howell; Delegates: Fralin and Hamilton
S.B. 493 A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Chapter 9 of Title 63.2 a section numbered 63.2-914 and by adding in Article 1 of Chapter 12 of Title 63.2 a section numbered 63.2-1220.1, relating to foster and adoption workers; minimum training requirements.
Patrons--Puller, Hanger and Petersen
S.B. 637 A BILL to amend and reenact § 63.2-1509 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the reporting of child abuse.
Patrons--Ticer; Delegates: Marsden, Scott, J.M. and Watts
Patrons--Ticer; Delegate: Alexander
S.B. 654 A BILL to designate a portion of U.S. Route 460 the "Jerry Falwell Parkway."
Patrons--Newman, Martin and Smith; Delegates: Abbitt, Byron, Cline, Putney and Valentine
Patrons--Deeds; Delegate: Valentine
THE SENATE HAS AGREED TO THE FOLLOWING SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS:
S.J.R. 46 Directing the Joint Commission on Health Care to continue its study of the mental health needs and treatment of young minority adults in the Commonwealth. Report.
S.J.R. 47 Directing the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to conduct a follow-up review of the effectiveness of the Board of Medicine in regulating the practice of medicine. Report.
S.J.R. 55 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study the teacher shortage in the Commonwealth. Report.
S.J.R. 56 Directing the Virginia Housing Commission to study the problem of vacant residential units in densely populated urban areas. Report.
S.J.R. 61 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study ways to promote and ensure early reading proficiency and comprehension among third graders in the public schools. Report.
S.J.R. 68 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study the level of state assistance to localities to assist with financing land acquisition, and the construction and renovation of school facilities. Report.
Patrons--Barker; Delegate: Nichols
S.J.R. 70 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study the required and voluntary incorporation of urban development areas into the comprehensive plans of localities. Report.
S.J.R. 75 Continuing the Joint Subcommittee to Study the Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families Program. Report.
Patrons--Hanger and Howell; Delegates: Fralin and Hamilton
S.J.R. 80 Directing the Virginia Housing Commission to study incentives used by other states for targeted affordable housing development for the workforce. Report.
S.J.R. 81 Requesting the Department of Taxation to study implications of a state income tax credit for homeowners with annual real property taxes exceeding a certain percentage of their annual incomes. Report.
S.J.R. 90 Directing the Virginia State Crime Commission to study restorative justice. Report.
S.J.R. 92 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study the functions and authorities of entities with transportation responsibilities. Report.
S.J.R. 99 Continuing the Joint Subcommittee to Study the Operations of Circuit Court Clerks' Offices. Report.
S.J.R. 101 Establishing a joint committee of the Senate Committee on Finance and the House Committee on Finance to study the benefits, economic impact, and fiscal impact of adopting a single sales factor to apportion the income of multistate corporations for purposes of the corporation income tax. Report.
S.J.R. 102 Directing the Joint Commission on Health Care to study support services for family caregivers of the frail elderly and disabled and community-based caregiver support organizations. Report.
S.J.R. 119 Requesting the Department of Transportation to study the feasibility, costs, and benefits of applying retroreflective material to stop and yield sign posts statewide. Report.
Patrons--Barker and Cuccinelli
S.J.R. 129 Directing the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study the quality, cost, and value of services provided to state agencies and public bodies by the Virginia Information Technologies Agency. Report.
Patrons--Stolle; Delegates: Nixon and Nutter
IN WHICH ACTION IT REQUESTS THE CONCURRENCE OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
Susan Clarke Schaar
Clerk of the Senate