Virginia Delegate Phillip Scott [R]

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VAHB759Engross
50%
Food inspections; private homes; pickles and acidified vegetables; gross sales. Increases from $3,000 to $9,000 the gross sales annual revenue cap for sales of pickles and other acidified vegetables that have an equilibrium pH value of 4.6 or lower a...
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2024-02-23
Passed Senate (39-Y 0-N)
VAHJR13Engross
50%
Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Month of Awareness. Designates May, in 2024 and in each succeeding year, as Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Month of Awareness in Virginia. Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Month of Awareness. Designates May, in 2024 and ...
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2024-02-23
[Hearing: Feb 23 @ 10:00 am]
[Hearing: Feb 23 @ 10:00 am]

Reported from Rules by voice vote
VAHB1502Engross
50%
Personal property tax; classification; sunset date. Removes the sunset date from the provision of law that authorizes localities to classify most motor vehicles as a class of property subject to a different rate of tax or rate of assessment from the ...
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2024-02-23
Passed Senate (39-Y 0-N)
VAHJR180PassCommending the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles.
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2024-02-22
Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
VAHJR207Intro
25%
Celebrating the life of Stanley William Roberts.
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2024-02-22
Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24108016D
VAHB1381Engross
50%
Center for Rural Virginia; name change. Renames the Center for Rural Virginia as the Senator Frank M. Ruff, Jr. Center for Rural Virginia.
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2024-02-21
Reported from General Laws and Technology (15-Y 0-N)
VAHJR179Engross
50%
Commending the Honorable Kathy J. Byron.
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2024-02-20
To Senate Rules Committee
VAHR119PassCommending Blake Corum.
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2024-02-19
Agreed to by House by voice vote
VAHR167Intro
25%
Commending the Honorable Kathy J. Byron.
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2024-02-19
Presented and laid on Speaker's table 24107977D
VAHJR120PassCommending the ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation.
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2024-02-15
Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
VAHJR144PassCelebrating the life of Forrest A. Parker, Sr.
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2024-02-15
Agreed to by Senate
VAHB1513Engross
50%
Active-duty status for any service member injured while in the line of duty. Provides that the Adjutant General may maintain state active-duty status for any service member injured while in the line of duty during the course of a state active-duty mi...
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2024-02-14
To Senate Finance and Appropriations Committee
VAHB83Intro
25%
Comprehensive community colleges and school boards; dual enrollment agreements; parameters. Requires dual enrollment agreements between comprehensive community colleges and school boards to permit any student to complete an associate degree, the Pass...
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2024-02-13
To House Education Committee
VAHB283Intro
25%
Secretary of the Commonwealth; ad hoc committee to evaluate executive and legislative collegial bodies. Requires the Secretary of the Commonwealth to convene an ad hoc committee for the purpose of studying and evaluating the efficiency and effectiven...
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2024-02-13
To House Rules Committee
VAHB422Intro
25%
Personal property tax; classification; sunset date. Removes the sunset date from the provision of law that authorizes localities to classify most motor vehicles as a class of property subject to a different rate of tax or rate of assessment from the ...
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2024-02-13
To House Finance Committee
VAHB1189Intro
25%
Elections; conduct of election; ascertainment of results; random hand count audits. Requires the electoral board of each locality to randomly select one polling place within its jurisdiction in which votes were cast using a voting system for a full h...
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2024-02-13
To House Privileges and Elections Committee
VAHB1184Intro
25%
Provision of abortion; abortion based on the sex or ethnicity of unborn child prohibited; penalties. Provides that, except in a medical emergency, a physician or an advanced practice registered nurse shall not perform, induce, or attempt to perform o...
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2024-02-13
To House Courts of Justice Committee
VAHB1180Intro
25%
Tax credit; eligible education expenses; home instruction and private education. Creates a tax credit for taxable years 2024 through 2028 that may be claimed by any parent of a child who receives home instruction or attends a private elementary or se...
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2024-02-13
To House Finance Committee
VAHB1198Intro
25%
Fees for resident concealed handgun permits. Eliminates the fees that may be charged for the processing of an application for or issuing of a resident concealed handgun permit, including any costs associated with the clerk's consultation with law-enf...
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2024-02-13
To House Public Safety Committee
VAHB1164Intro
25%
Education Excellence for All Program established. Permits the parents of qualified students, defined in the bill, to apply for a one-year, renewable Education Excellence for All Savings Account, defined in the bill, that consists of an amount that is...
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2024-02-13
To House Education Committee
VAHB1188Intro
25%
Certificate of public need program; phased elimination. Creates a three-phase process to eliminate the certificate of public need requirements for many categories of medical care facilities and projects, with elimination of the requirement for a cert...
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2024-02-13
To House Health and Human Services Committee
VAHB1160Intro
25%
Portable benefit accounts; tax credit. Authorizes a Virginia resident who has worked as an independent contractor to establish a portable benefit account. Under the bill, a portable benefit account offered through and administered by a bank, credit u...
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2024-02-13
To House Appropriations Committee
VAHB1202Intro
25%
Killing the fetus of another; manslaughter; penalties. Provides that any person who kills the fetus of another by an intentional act committed while in the sudden heat of passion upon reasonable provocation is guilty of voluntary manslaughter, which ...
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2024-02-13
To House Courts of Justice Committee
VAHB1200Intro
25%
Absentee voting in person; available beginning on the fourteenth day prior to election; hours of operation. Limits absentee voting in person to the two weeks immediately preceding an election. During these two weeks, the bill requires that absentee v...
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2024-02-13
To House Privileges and Elections Committee
VAHB1206Intro
25%
Obscene materials; restrictions on purchase, distribution, exhibition, or loan; exceptions; libraries and schools. Modifies the exceptions to restrictions on the purchase, distribution, exhibition, or loan of obscene materials by providing that schoo...
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2024-02-13
To House Courts of Justice Committee
VAHB1220Engross
50%
State Corporation Commission; insurance coverage regulations. Requires the State Corporation Commission to amend regulations to reduce the mandatory limit of liability imposed upon insurers for household and personal property coverage from at least 5...
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2024-02-13
VOTE: Passage (49-Y 50-N)
VAHB1204Intro
25%
Department of Health; mobile food units. Directs the Department of Health to amend its regulations and each local health department and health district to amend its regulations and guidance documents to allow a mobile food unit to conduct up to 20 pe...
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2024-02-13
To House Health and Human Services Committee
VAHB1213Intro
25%
Special license plates; military service; prepaid applications. Decreases from 450 to 150 the number of prepaid applications required for the consideration, development, and issuance of a special license plate when such special license plate relates ...
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2024-02-13
To House Transportation Committee
VAHB669Intro
25%
Dangers and victims of communism; recognition; Standards of Learning and programs of instruction. Requires the Governor to annually issue a proclamation setting the seventh day of November as Victims of Communism Day and requiring such day to be suit...
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2024-02-13
To House Education Committee
VAHB1507Intro
25%
Penalties and interest associated with the filing of tax returns or payment of taxes.
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2024-02-13
To House Finance Committee
VAHB1525Intro
25%
Unauthorized creation of image of another; AI-generated image; penalties. Creates a Class 1 misdemeanor for any person who knowingly and intentionally creates any videographic or still image using artificial intelligence of any nonconsenting person i...
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2024-02-13
To House Communications, Technology and Innovation Committee
VAHB867Intro
25%
Local government employees; expression of certain opinions protected. Provides that an employee of a locality shall not be penalized by his employer for expressing his opinion regarding a current or proposed regulation, rule, policy, position, or oth...
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2024-02-13
To House Counties, Cities and Towns Committee
VAHR98PassCelebrating the life of Karen Harrison Jones.
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2024-02-12
Agreed to by House
VAHB1192Intro
25%
State debt collection; statute of limitations. Establishes a seven year statute of limitations on the commencement of any action by a state agency or institution to collect past due accounts receivable due to the Commonwealth.
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2024-02-08
To House General Laws Committee
VAHB1212Intro
25%
Standards of Learning assessments; virtual assessment administration; students with Individualized Education Programs; conditions and availability. Requires the Board of Education to offer virtual assessment administration as an alternative method of...
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2024-02-07
Stricken from docket by Education (19-Y 2-N)
VAHB969Intro
25%
Child tax credit. Creates a tax credit for taxable years 2024 through 2028 for individuals whose households include dependents younger than the age of 18. The bill provides that the amount of the credit will be equal to $500 for each such dependent f...
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2024-02-07
To House Finance Committee
VAHB480Intro
25%
Simon's Law; health care; life-sustaining treatment for minors; exceptions. Requires a physician to obtain the written permission from at least one parent or legal guardian of a minor, defined in the bill as an unemancipated individual who is younger...
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2024-01-30
Tabled in Health and Human Services (12-Y 10-N)
VAHR22PassCommending the Culpeper County Volunteer Fire Department.
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2024-01-29
Agreed to by House by voice vote
VAHJR69PassCommending Sandra Gioia Treadway.
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2024-01-25
Agreed to by Senate by voice vote
VAHR15PassCommending Michael Charles Huntley II.
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2024-01-22
Agreed to by House by voice vote
VAHJR11PassCelebrating the life of Emmitt Bruce Marshall.
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2024-01-18
Agreed to by Senate
VAHJR62PassCelebrating the life of Charles Wayne Payne, Sr.
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2024-01-18
Agreed to by Senate
VAHR8PassCommending Major General Timothy P. Williams, VNG.
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2024-01-15
Agreed to by House by voice vote
VAHR7PassCommending the Culpeper Minute Men Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.
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2024-01-15
Agreed to by House by voice vote
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