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HB2411VetoHealth insurance; reinstating pre-Affordable Care Act provisions. Repeals provisions that were added, and restores provisions that were amended or repealed, by the General Assembly since 2011 in efforts to bring the laws of the Commonwealth in confor...
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2017-03-27
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB2000VetoSanctuary policies prohibited. Provides that no locality shall adopt any ordinance, procedure, or policy that restricts the enforcement of federal immigration laws.
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2017-03-27
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
SB1299VetoCarrying concealed handguns; protective orders. Authorizes any person 21 years of age or older who is not prohibited from purchasing, possessing, or transporting a firearm and is protected by an unexpired protective order to carry a concealed handgun...
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2017-03-24
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB2092VetoApplication for public assistance; eligibility; review of records. Requires entities processing applications for medical assistance and other public assistance to conduct a review of death records and records relating to incarceration status, employm...
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2017-03-24
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB1852VetoCarrying concealed handguns; protective orders. Authorizes any person 21 years of age or older who is not prohibited from purchasing, possessing, or transporting a firearm and is protected by an unexpired protective order to carry a concealed handgun...
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2017-03-24
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB1836VetoVirginia Department of Transportation to maintain a certain segment of Spotsylvania Parkway beginning in 2020. Requires the Virginia Department of Transportation, as of July 1, 2020, to take over maintenance of an approximately two-mile segment of Sp...
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2017-03-24
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
SB1455VetoPayments for registering to vote; penalties. Provides that any person who gives, offers, or promises any monetary payment to another in exchange for that person registering to vote is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor. A person who solicits or accepts ...
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2017-03-24
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB1790VetoAdministrative Process Act; development and periodic review of regulations; report. Requires agencies to develop regulations in the least burdensome and intrusive manner possible and provides guiding principles for the development, adoption, and repe...
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2017-03-24
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB1853VetoVictims of domestic violence, etc.; firearms safety or training course. Creates the Virginia Firearms Safety and Training for Sexual and Domestic Violence Victims Fund. The bill provides that the Department of Criminal Justice Services may distribute...
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2017-03-24
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
SB1362VetoCarrying concealed weapons; exemption for nonduty status military personnel. Provides that a member of the Virginia National Guard, Armed Forces of the United States, or Armed Forces Reserves of the United States in a nonduty status may carry a conce...
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2017-03-24
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB2207VetoFood stamp program; excessive requests for replacement of electronic benefit transfer card. Requires the Department of Social Services (the Department) to monitor all requests for replacement of electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards issued to food ...
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2017-03-24
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
SB1300VetoVictims of domestic violence, etc.; firearms safety or training course. Creates the Virginia Firearms Safety and Training for Sexual and Domestic Violence Victims Fund. The bill provides that the Department of Criminal Justice Services may distribute...
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2017-03-24
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
SB1324VetoReligious freedom; solemnization of marriage. Provides that no person shall be (i) required to participate in the solemnization of any marriage or (ii) subject to any penalty by the Commonwealth, or its political subdivisions or representatives or ag...
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2017-03-23
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB2025VetoReligious freedom; solemnization of marriage. Provides that no person shall be (i) required to participate in the solemnization of any marriage or (ii) subject to any penalty by the Commonwealth, or its political subdivisions or representatives or ag...
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2017-03-23
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
SB1581VetoVoter registration; verification of social security numbers. Requires the general registrars to verify that the name, date of birth, and social security number provided by an applicant on the voter registration application match the information on fi...
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2017-03-20
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
SB865VetoFurnishing certain weapons to minor; exemption. Exempts the transfer of a dirk, switchblade knife, or bowie knife between family members or for the purpose of engaging in a sporting event or activity from the current prohibition against selling, bart...
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2017-03-16
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB1753VetoProhibit certain local government practices that would require contractors to provide certain compensation or benefits. Prohibits local governing bodies from establishing provisions related to procurement of goods, professional services, or construct...
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2017-03-16
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB1605VetoParental Choice Education Savings Accounts established. Permits the parent of a public preschool, elementary, or secondary school student who meets certain criteria to apply to the school division in which the student resides for a one-year, renewabl...
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2017-03-16
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
SB1347VetoCarrying a switchblade knife; exception. Authorizes any person to carry a switchblade knife concealed when such knife is carried for the purpose of engaging in a lawful profession or lawful recreational activity the performance of which is aided by t...
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2017-03-16
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
SB1253VetoVoter identification; photograph contained in electronic pollbook. Requires electronic pollbooks to contain the photographs of registered voters that are obtained by the general registrars in the production of voter photo identification cards or cont...
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2017-03-16
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB1394VetoEmployees; franchisees excluded. Provides that, notwithstanding any voluntary agreement between the U.S. Department of Labor and the franchisee or franchisor, neither a franchisee nor a franchisee's employee shall be deemed to be an employee of the f...
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2017-03-16
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB1400VetoVirginia Virtual School established. Establishes the Board of the Virginia Virtual School (the Board) as a policy agency in the executive branch of state government for the purpose of governing the full-time virtual school programs offered to student...
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2017-03-13
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB2191VetoSchool boards; procedures; sexually explicit instructional materials or related academic activities. Requires each school board's procedures for handling challenged controversial instructional materials to include procedures for (i) annually notifyin...
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2017-03-13
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB2342VetoPublic schools; regional charter school divisions. Authorizes the Board of Education (the Board) to establish regional charter school divisions consisting of at least two but not more than three existing school divisions in regions in which each unde...
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2017-03-13
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
SB1240VetoVirginia Virtual School established. Establishes the Board of the Virginia Virtual School (the Board) as a policy agency in the executive branch of state government for the purpose of governing the full-time virtual school programs offered to student...
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2017-03-13
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
SB872VetoAbsentee voting; photo identification required with application. Requires any voter submitting an application for an absentee ballot by mail or by electronic or telephonic transmission to a facsimile device to submit with his application a copy of on...
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2017-03-13
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
SB1283VetoPublic schools; regional charter school divisions. Authorizes the Board of Education (the Board) to establish regional charter school divisions consisting of at least two but not more than three existing school divisions in regions in which each unde...
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2017-03-13
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
SB1470VetoCoal tax credits. Reinstates the Virginia coal employment and production incentive tax credit. The credit, which expired on July 1, 2016, could be earned on and after January 1, 2017, but before January 1, 2022. The bill limits the aggregate amount o...
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2017-03-13
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB2343VetoVoter registration list maintenance; voters identified as having duplicate registrations. Requires the Department of Elections to provide to the general registrars a list of registered voters who have been found through list comparisons and data-matc...
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2017-03-13
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB1596VetoVirginia Public Procurement Act; public works contracts; prevailing wage provisions. Prohibits state agencies from requiring bidders, offerors, contractors, or subcontractors to pay, or require the payment of, wages, salaries, benefits, or other remu...
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2017-03-03
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB1428VetoAbsentee voting; photo identification required with application. Requires any voter submitting an application for an absentee ballot by mail or by electronic or telephonic transmission to a facsimile device to submit with his application a copy of on...
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2017-03-03
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB2077VetoEmergency Services and Disaster Law of 2000; firearms; emergency shelter. Removes the authority of a governmental entity under the Emergency Services and Disaster Law of 2000 to limit lawful possession, carrying, transportation, sale, or transfer of ...
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2017-03-03
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB1468VetoCompliance with detainers; U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Prohibits the Director of the Department of Corrections, sheriff, or other official in charge of a facility in which an alien is incarcerated from releasing an incarcerated alien fo...
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2017-03-03
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB2002VetoDepartment of Social Services; refugee and immigrant resettlements; report. Requires nonprofit resettlement agencies and their local affiliates that provide refugee or other immigrant resettlement services in the Commonwealth to annually report to th...
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2017-02-25
Passed by until Wednesday, April 5, 2017
HB2264VetoDepartment of Health; restrictions on expenditure of funds related to abortions and family planning services. Prohibits the Department of Health from spending any funds on an abortion that is not qualified for matching funds under the Medicaid progra...
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2017-02-25
VOTE: SUSTAINED GOVERNOR'S VETO (62-Y 33-N)
SB1105VetoReports of registered voters and persons voting at elections. Requires the local electoral boards to direct the general registrars to investigate the list of registered voters whenever the number of registered voters in a county or city exceeds the p...
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2017-02-24
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
HB2198VetoCoal tax credits. Reinstates the Virginia coal employment and production incentive tax credit. The credit, which expired on July 1, 2016, could be earned on and after January 1, 2017, but before January 1, 2022. The bill limits the aggregate amount o...
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2017-02-23
Passed by until Wednesday, April 5, 2017
HB1582VetoConcealed handgun permits; age requirement for persons on active military duty. Allows a person at least 18 years of age but less than 21 years of age to apply for a concealed handgun permit if he is on active military duty or has received an honorab...
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2017-02-22
Passed by until Wednesday, April 5, 2017
HB1578VetoStudents who receive home instruction; participation in interscholastic programs. Prohibits public schools from joining an organization governing interscholastic programs that does not deem eligible for participation a student who (i) receives home i...
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2017-02-22
Passed by until Wednesday, April 5, 2017
HB1432VetoCarrying a switchblade knife; exception. Authorizes any person to carry a switchblade knife concealed when such knife is carried for the purpose of engaging in a lawful profession or lawful recreational activity the performance of which is aided by t...
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2017-02-22
Passed by until Wednesday, April 5, 2017
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