In the House of Delegates
February 4, 2013
THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES HAS PASSED THE FOLLOWING HOUSE BILLS:
H.B. 1319 A BILL to authorize the school boards of the City of Danville, the City of Martinsville, Henry County, and Pittsylvania County school divisions to set the school calendar so that the first day students are required to attend school may be before Labor Day.
Patrons--Merricks and Marshall, D.W.
H.B. 1347 A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 65.2-301.1 relating to workers' compensation; weather as a risk of a public safety officer's employment. (HB1347H1)
Patrons--Wright and Robinson
H.B. 1395 A BILL to amend and reenact § 46.2-1203 of the Code of Virginia, relating to sale of abandoned vehicles taken into custody by localities. (HB1395H1)
H.B. 1430 A BILL to amend and reenact § 3.2-300 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Chapter 3 of Title 3.2 a section numbered 3.2-302.1, relating to the Right to Farm Act. (HB1430H1)
Patrons--Lingamfelter, Bell, Robert B., Anderson, Cole, Gilbert, Helsel, Hodges and Marshall, R.G.; Senators: Black, McDougle and Stuart
Patrons--Greason, Habeeb, Brink, Comstock, McClellan and Rust
H.B. 1633 A BILL to amend and reenact § 33.1-371.1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to selective pruning permits; local beautification projects. (HB1633H1)
H.B. 1718 A BILL to amend and reenact § 33.1-12 of the Code of Virginia, relating to reimbursement of the Department of Transportation for termination or alteration of certain transportation projects. (HB1718E)
H.B. 1770 A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 56-235.10, relating to natural gas utilities; recovery of eligible safety activity costs. (HB1770H1)
H.B. 1852 A BILL to amend and reenact § 3.2-5130 of the Code of Virginia, relating to food inspection. (HB1852EH1)
H.B. 1871 A BILL to amend and reenact §§ 8.01-220.1:2, 22.1-208.01, 22.1-276.01, and 22.1-279.6 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 22.1-291.4, relating to student conduct; bullying. (HB1871H1)
Patrons--McClellan, Bulova, Brink, Carr, Filler-Corn, Garrett, Howell, A.T., James, Kory, Krupicka, Landes, Lewis, Loupassi, Massie, McQuinn, Morrissey, Peace, Robinson, Rust, Scott, J.M., Sickles, Torian, Tyler, Villanueva, Watts and Yost; Senator: Favola
H.B. 1886 A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 46.2-1043.1, relating to operation of vehicle with tire weights in excess of certain tire load rating standards. (HB1886H1)
H.B. 1999 A BILL to require the Board of Education to develop a grading system for individual school performance. (HB1999H1)
H.B. 2019 A BILL to amend and reenact § 22.1-253.13:7 of the Code of Virginia, relating to public schools; policies and regulations. (HB2019E)
H.B. 2028 A BILL to amend and reenact §§ 22.1-178, 22.1-253.13:1, 22.1-253.13:4, 22.1-274, 22.1-298.1, and 22.1-299.3 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 22.1-274.4, relating to public schools; cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillators. (HB2028H1)
Patrons--Dudenhefer, Bell, Richard P., Cole, Howell, W.J., Keam, O'Bannon, Robinson, Stolle and Yost
H.B. 2048 A BILL to amend and reenact §§ 2.2-4006, 3.2-409, 3.2-410, 3.2-3602, 10.1-104.1, 10.1-659, 10.1-2123, 15.2-1129.2, 15.2-2114, 15.2-2295.1, 15.2-2403.3, 33.1-70.1, 36-55.64, 58.1-3660.1, 58.1-3851, 62.1-44.5, 62.1-44.9, 62.1-44.14, 62.1-44.15, 62.1-44.19:13, 62.1-44.19:15, 62.1-44.19:20, 62.1-44.23, 62.1-44.32, 62.1-44.44, 62.1-73, 62.1-195.1, and 62.1-229.4 of the Code of Virginia; to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Chapter 3.1 of Title 62.1 articles numbered 2.3, 2.4, and 2.5, consisting of sections numbered 62.1-44.15:24 through 62.1-44.15:79, and by adding in Article 4.02 of Chapter 3.1 of Title 62.1 sections numbered 62.1-44.19:21, 62.1-44.19:22, and 62.1-44.19:23; and to repeal Article 4 of Chapter 5 (§§ 10.1-560 through 10.1-571), Articles 1.1 and 1.1:1 (§§ 10.1-603.1 through 10.1-603.15:5) of Chapter 6, and Chapter 21 (§§ 10.1-2100 through 10.1-2115) of Title 10.1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to transfer of responsibility for administration of water quality programs. (HB2048EH1)
H.B. 2057 A BILL to amend and reenact § 23-38.90 of the Code of Virginia, relating to public institutions of higher education; memoranda of understanding. (HB2057H1)
H.B. 2061 A BILL to amend and reenact § 40.1-11.3 of the Code of Virginia, relating to human trafficking; notices by employers; truck stops. (HB2061H1)
Patrons--Bulova, Minchew, Brink, Carr, LeMunyon, McClellan and McQuinn; Senator: Obenshain
H.B. 2082 A BILL to amend and reenact § 2.2-2699.5 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the Information Technology Advisory Council.
H.B. 2116 A BILL to amend and reenact §§ 2.2-507, 5.1-49, 15.2-2223, 22.1-205, 28.2-555, 33.1-7, 33.1-11, 33.1-12, 33.1-23.03:7, 33.1-61, 33.1-183.1, 33.1-195, 33.1-196, 33.1-201, 33.1-207, 33.1-208, 33.1-229, 33.1-293, 33.1-342, 33.1-343, 33.1-370, 36-98.1, 46.2-804, 46.2-806, 46.2-830, 46.2-831, 46.2-847, 46.2-878.2, 46.2-889, 46.2-924, 46.2-1041, 46.2-1046, 46.2-1107, 46.2-1108, 46.2-1109, 46.2-1112, 46.2-1114, 46.2-1116, 46.2-1117, 53.1-56, 53.1-57, 56-258, 56-462, 67-1101, and 67-1103 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 33.1-13.05, by adding in Article 1.1 of Chapter 1 of Title 33.1 a section numbered 33.1-23.5:3, and by adding sections numbered 33.1-89.3 and 33.1-190.4, relating to the powers and duties of the Commonwealth Transportation Board, the Commissioner of Highways, the Department of Transportation, and the Department of Rail and Public Transportation. (HB2116H1)
Patrons--Edmunds and Crockett-Stark
H.B. 2190 A BILL to amend and reenact § 10.1-603.7 of the Code of Virginia, relating to stringency of stormwater management ordinances. (HB2190H1)
H.B. 2202 A BILL to amend and reenact § 46.2-1233.1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to limitation on charges for towing and storage of certain vehicles.
H.B. 2217 A BILL to amend and reenact § 46.2-924 of the Code of Virginia, relating to crossing of certain highways by pedestrians and other shared-path users; local ordinances. (HB2217H1)
H.B. 2243 A BILL to amend and reenact § 46.2-348 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 46.2-828.2 and by adding in Title 46.2 a chapter numbered 29, consisting of sections numbered 46.2-2900 through 46.2-2910, relating to the certification and regulation of escort vehicle drivers.
H.B. 2273 A BILL to amend and reenact § 59.1-544 of the Code of Virginia, relating to Enterprise Zone Grant Program; redesignation of certain joint enterprise zones.
Patrons--McClellan, Farrell, Loupassi, McQuinn, Morrissey and O'Bannon
H.B. 2291 A BILL to amend and reenact § 53.1-127.1 of the Code of Virginia, relating to stores in local correctional facilities.
H.B. 2301 A BILL to amend and reenact § 27-14 of the Code of Virginia, relating to billing property owners on behalf of volunteer fire departments. (HB2301H1)
H.B. 2311 A BILL to amend and reenact § 23-9.3 of the Code of Virginia, relating to the State Council of Higher Education. (HB2311H1)
H.B. 2322 A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 23-219.1, relating to the State Board for Community Colleges; mental health policies.
THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES HAS AGREED TO THE FOLLOWING HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS:
H.J.R. 586 Memorializing the Virginia delegation to the Congress of the United States to support federal action to allow increased weight limits for vehicles hauling agricultural and forestry products on interstate highways.
Patrons--Tyler, BaCote, Bell, Richard P., Bell, Robert B., Carr, Cline, Dance, Edmunds, Fariss, Garrett, Hester, Hope, Howell, A.T., Ingram, James, Joannou, Johnson, Landes, McQuinn, Merricks, Morris, Morrissey, Plum, Rush, Scott, E.T., Scott, J.M., Sherwood, Sickles, Torian, Toscano, Ward, Wilt and Wright; Senators: Deeds, Garrett, Hanger, Lucas and Ruff
H.J.R. 590 Establishing a joint subcommittee to study the feasibility of a monetary unit based on a metallic standard, in keeping with constitutional precepts and our nation's founding principles, to facilitate commerce in the event of a major breakdown of the Federal Reserve System or disruption of financial services. Report. (HJ590H2)
H.J.R. 595 Directing the Virginia State Crime Commission to study laws and policies governing the investigation of alleged child sexual abuse in the Commonwealth. Report. (HJ595H1)
H.J.R. 607 Requesting the Virginia Bar Association to study the rights of parents to control the care and custody of their children without infringement by third parties. Report.
H.J.R. 611 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Virginia by adding in Article I a section numbered 6-A, relating to the right to a secret ballot.
H.J.R. 621 Directing the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study the competitiveness, efficiency, and governance structure of the Port of Virginia. Report.
H.J.R. 635 Directing the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study the amount of federal revenue that Virginia receives at the state and local level annually, by functional area, and determine its importance and impact. Report. (HJ635H1)
H.J.R. 653 Reaffirming Virginia’s rights and the rights of its citizens under the 10th amendment of the United States Constitution. (HJ653H1)
Patrons--Lingamfelter and Landes
H.J.R. 654 Recognizing the need to oppose United Nations Agenda 21.
Patrons--Lingamfelter, Hodges and Peace
H.J.R. 687 Directing the Joint Commission on Health Care to study the factors affecting health care costs. Report.
H.J.R. 688 Directing the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to update its 2003 report on the Commonwealth's implementation of the Workforce Investment Act. Report. (HJ688H1)
Patrons--Byron, Marshall, D.W. and Villanueva
H.J.R. 689 Directing the Joint Commission on Health Care to study the current and impending severe shortage of medical doctors in Virginia. Report. (HJ689H1)
H.J.R. 690 Memorializing the Congress of the United States to repeal federal ethanol mandates for gasoline.
H.J.R. 693 Proposing an amendment to Section 5 of Article VIII of the Constitution of Virginia, relating to powers and duties of the Board of Education; opportunity school district. (HJ693E)
H.J.R. 732 Memorializing the Congress of the United States to encourage the U.S. General Services Administration to consider Virginia as the site for the new Federal Bureau of Investigation headquarters. (HJ732H1)
Patrons--Sickles, Albo, Anderson, Brink, Bulova, Cole, Comstock, Dudenhefer, Filler-Corn, Greason, Herring, Hope, Howell, W.J., Hugo, Keam, Kory, LeMunyon, Lingamfelter, Lopez, May, Miller, Minchew, Morris, Plum, Ramadan, Rust, Scott, J.M., Surovell, Torian, Watts and Webert
H.J.R. 744 Extending state recognition to the United Cherokee Indian Tribe of Virginia, Incorporated.
H.J.R. 762 Requesting local health departments to provide to the State Health Commissioner a detailed report on efforts to promote breast cancer awareness and prevention. Report. (HJ762H1)
Patrons--McQuinn, Carr, Hope, Krupicka, LeMunyon, Plum, Ramadan, Scott, J.M. and Watts
H.J.R. 768 Designating April 13, in 2013 and in each succeeding year, as Coal Miners Day in Virginia.
IN WHICH ACTION IT REQUESTS THE CONCURRENCE OF THE SENATE.
G. Paul Nardo
Clerk, House of Delegates