Legislative Research: VA HB1 | 2016 | Regular Session

Other Sessions

SessionTitle/DescriptionLast Action
2022
Regular Session

(Passed)
Charter; Town of South Hill. Updates the charter for the Town of South Hill to reflect its upcoming shift from May to November municipal elections.
[HB1 2022 Detail][HB1 2022 Text][HB1 2022 Comments]
2022-04-05
Governor: Acts of Assembly Chapter text (CHAP0087)
2020
Regular Session

(Passed)
Absentee voting; no excuse required. Permits any registered voter to vote by absentee ballot in any election in which he is qualified to vote. The bill removes the current list of statutory reasons under which a person may be entitled to vote by abse...
[HB1 2020 Detail][HB1 2020 Text][HB1 2020 Comments]
2020-04-11
Governor: Acts of Assembly Chapter text (CHAP1149)
2018
Regular Session

(Passed)
Scholastic records; disclosure of directory information. Clarifies that student directory information may be publicly disclosed by a school if the school has given notice to the parent or eligible student of (i) the types of information that the scho...
[HB1 2018 Detail][HB1 2018 Text][HB1 2018 Comments]
2018-04-09
Governor: Acts of Assembly Chapter text (CHAP0806)
2016
Regular Session

(Introduced - Dead)
Tolling on Interstate 66. Prohibits tolls on existing components of Interstate 66 inside the Beltway. This bill contains a technical amendment.
[HB1 2016 Detail][HB1 2016 Text][HB1 2016 Comments]
2016-02-18
Left in Appropriations
2015
Regular Session

(Engrossed - Dead)
Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; joint subcommittee. Increases the maximum amount of covered expenses that may be paid to certain crime victims to $30,000 from $25,000 and the maximum amount of an emergency award to $3,000 from $2,000. The bill r...
[HB1 2015 Detail][HB1 2015 Text][HB1 2015 Comments]
2014-12-04
Left in Courts of Justice
2014
Regular Session

(Engrossed - Dead)
Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; joint subcommittee. Increases the maximum amount of covered expenses that may be paid to certain crime victims to $30,000 from $25,000 and the maximum amount of an emergency award to $3,000 from $2,000. The bill r...
[HB1 2014 Detail][HB1 2014 Text][HB1 2014 Comments]
2014-02-19
Continued to 2015 in Courts of Justice (9-Y 6-N)
2013
Regular Session

(Engrossed - Dead)
Rights of unborn children. Provides that unborn children at every stage of development enjoy all the rights, privileges, and immunities available to other persons, citizens, and residents of the Commonwealth, subject only to the laws and Constitution...
[HB1 2013 Detail][HB1 2013 Text][HB1 2013 Comments]
2012-11-30
Left in Education and Health
2012
Regular Session

(Engrossed - Dead)
Rights of unborn children. Provides that unborn children at every stage of development enjoy all the rights, privileges, and immunities available to other persons, citizens, and residents of the Commonwealth, subject only to the laws and Constitution...
[HB1 2012 Detail][HB1 2012 Text][HB1 2012 Comments]
2012-02-23
Senate: Continued to 2013 in Education and Health
2010
Regular Session

(Passed)
Unsolicited commercial electronic mail (spam); penalty. Narrows the scope of the existing spam statute to cover only those emails that constitute unsolicited commercial electronic mail (spam). Commercial electronic mail is defined in the bill as elec...
[HB1 2010 Detail][HB1 2010 Text][HB1 2010 Comments]
2010-04-11
Governor: Acts of Assembly Chapter text (CHAP0489)
2008
Regular Session

(Introduced - Dead)
Motor vehicles; definitions. Redefines the term "disabled veteran" for the purposes of Title 46.2 (Motor Vehicles) to include a veteran who is at least 50% disabled as certified by the U.S. Veterans Administration. This definition governs...
[HB1 2008 Detail][HB1 2008 Text][HB1 2008 Comments]
2008-02-12
House: Left in Appropriations

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Legislative Citation

APA
VA HB1 | 2016 | Regular Session. (2016, February 18). LegiScan. Retrieved June 28, 2022, from https://legiscan.com/VA/bill/HB1/2016
MLA
"VA HB1 | 2016 | Regular Session." LegiScan. LegiScan LLC, 18 Feb. 2016. Web. 28 Jun. 2022. <https://legiscan.com/VA/bill/HB1/2016>.
Chicago
"VA HB1 | 2016 | Regular Session." February 18, 2016 LegiScan. Accessed June 28, 2022. https://legiscan.com/VA/bill/HB1/2016.
Turabian
LegiScan. VA HB1 | 2016 | Regular Session. 18 February 2016. https://legiscan.com/VA/bill/HB1/2016 (accessed June 28, 2022).

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