VA Legislation | 2020 | 1st Special Session | Introduced

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SB5009IntroExpungement of certain alcohol-related offenses. Allows a person to petition for expungement of a deferred disposition dismissal for underage alcohol possession or using a false ID to obtain alcohol when the offense occurred prior to the person's twe...
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2020-08-03
To Senate Judiciary Committee
SB5008IntroEmergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders. Limits the duration of any executive order issued by the Governor pursuant to his powers under the Emergency Services and Disaster Law to no more than 45 days from the d...
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2020-07-31
To Senate General Laws and Technology Committee
SB5007IntroCriminal cases; sentencing reform. Provides that in a criminal case the court shall ascertain the extent of the punishment unless the accused has requested that the jury ascertain punishment or was found guilty of capital murder. The bill also provid...
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2020-07-31
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HB5003IntroRefunds for penalties for late payments of the litter tax. Directs the Department of Taxation to waive penalties for late payment of the litter tax for the taxable year beginning June 1, 2019, and ending May 31, 2020. The Department would refund any ...
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2020-07-30
Committee Referral Pending
HB5002IntroIncome tax subtraction for Paycheck Protection Plan loan forgiveness. Establishes an income tax subtraction for forgiveness of indebtedness on a loan received under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act through the Paycheck P...
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2020-07-30
Committee Referral Pending
HJR5001IntroConstitutional amendment (first reference); executive power; state of emergency; special session. Limits the authority of the Governor to issue an executive order declaring a state of emergency that restricts, limits, or prohibits otherwise lawful ac...
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2020-07-29
Committee Referral Pending
SB5006IntroExpungement of police and court records; pardons. Allows a person to petition for the expungement of the police and court records relating to such person's conviction for misdemeanors and certain felonies if he has been granted a simple pardon for th...
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2020-07-29
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HB5001IntroDepartment of Motor Vehicles; open hours. Requires all Department of Motor Vehicles customer service centers to be open and accept walk-in customers six days a week between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. This requirement expires upon the expiration or revoc...
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2020-07-27
Committee Referral Pending
SB5005IntroDepartment of Criminal Justice Services; criminal justice training academies. Adds to the powers and duties of the Department of Criminal Justice Services (the Department) regarding the oversight and evaluation of criminal justice training academies ...
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2020-07-22
To Senate Judiciary Committee
SB5003IntroCommission on Civil Rights and Policing established; report. Establishes the Commission on Civil Rights and Policing for the purpose of reviewing civil justice, civil liberties, and policing in the Commonwealth and making policy recommendations to th...
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2020-07-21
To Senate Rules Committee
SB5004IntroSchool personnel; school nurses. Excludes school nurse positions from requirements for student support positions and instead requires each local school board to employ at least one full-time equivalent school nurse position in each elementary school,...
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2020-07-21
To Senate Education and Health Committee
SB5002IntroLaw-enforcement officers; prohibition on the use of neck restraints. Prohibits the use of neck restraints by law-enforcement officers. The bill defines "neck restraint" as the use of any body part or object to attempt to control or disable a person b...
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2020-07-19
To Senate Judiciary Committee
SB5001IntroEmergency Services and Disaster Law; limitation on duration of executive orders. Limits the duration of any executive order issued by the Governor pursuant to his powers under the Emergency Services and Disaster Law to no more than 30 days from the d...
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2020-07-17
To Senate General Laws and Technology Committee
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