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PositionBillStatusSummaryAction
#1SB1282PassedWireless communications infrastructure. Provides a uniform procedure for the way in which small cell facilities on existing structures are approved by localities and approved and installed in public rights-of-way. The measure includes provisions that...
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2017-04-26
Governor: Acts of Assembly Chapter text (CHAP0835)
#2SB1239VetoedChild day programs; exemptions from licensure. Repeals requirements that child day centers operated by religious institutions must comply with in order to be exempt from licensure, including the requirements that such child day centers (i) be inspect...
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2017-05-04
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
#3SB1303VetoedVoter registration; deadline for registration by electronic means. Requires that voter registration applications made by electronic means be made by 5:00 p.m. on the final day for registration before an election and that the principal office of each ...
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2017-05-01
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
#4HB2053PassedDirect primary care agreements. Provides that a direct agreement between a patient, the patient's legal representative, or the patient's employer and a health care provider for ongoing primary care services in exchange for the payment of a monthly pe...
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2017-04-26
Governor: Acts of Assembly Chapter text (CHAP0830)
#5SB898PassedDepartment of Environmental Quality (DEQ); combined sewer overflow (CSO) outfalls; Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Directs DEQ to identify the owner of any combined sewer overflow outfall that discharges into the Chesapeake Bay Watershed and to determine w...
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2017-04-26
Governor: Acts of Assembly Chapter text (CHAP0827)
#6HB2442VetoedLocal collection fees. Provides that an ordinance for collection of overdue accounts may also provide for the imposition of collection and administrative fees, not to exceed the amount provided for in ยง 58.1-3958.
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2017-05-02
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
#7HB1791VetoedConspiracy; incitement, etc., to riot; public safety personnel; penalty. Provides that any person who conspires with others to cause or produce a riot against, or directs or incites other persons who participate in a riot to acts of force or violence...
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2017-04-28
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
#8SB1102PassedVirginia Freedom of Information Act; completed unattended death investigations; mandatory disclosure. Requires that records of completed unattended death investigations be released to the parent or spouse of the decedent or, if there is no living par...
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2017-04-26
Governor: Acts of Assembly Chapter text (CHAP0828)
#9SB1296PassedCounty food and beverage tax; referendum. Prohibits a county from holding a new referendum on the levy of a food and beverage tax in the three calendar years subsequent to its electoral defeat, but only if such referendum is initiated by a resolution...
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2017-04-26
Governor: Acts of Assembly Chapter text (CHAP0833)
#10SB1285VetoedRestitution; probation. Provides that for any offense that occurs on or after July 1, 2017, if restitution is ordered at the time of sentencing, the court shall place the defendant on an indefinite term of probation until all ordered restitution is p...
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2017-05-03
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
#11SB1312PassedLobbyist reporting, the State and Local Government Conflict of Interests Act, and the General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; filing of required disclosures; registration of lobbyists; candidate filings; judges; definition of gift; informal advi...
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2017-04-26
Governor: Acts of Assembly Chapter text (CHAP0832)
#12HB1856VetoedRestitution; probation. Provides that for any offense that occurs on or after July 1, 2017, if restitution is ordered at the time of sentencing, the court shall place the defendant on an indefinite term of probation until all ordered restitution is p...
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2017-05-03
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
#13SB800PassedDirect primary care agreements. Provides that direct agreement between a patient, the patient's legal representative, or the patient's employer and a health care provider for ongoing primary care services in exchange for the payment of a monthly peri...
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2017-04-26
Governor: Acts of Assembly Chapter text (CHAP0831)
#14HB1960PassedTow truck drivers and towing and recovery operators; requirements; penalties. Creates a civil penalty of $150 to be paid into the Literary Fund for any tow truck driver or towing and recovery operator convicted of improperly towing in Planning Distri...
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2017-04-26
Governor: Acts of Assembly Chapter text (CHAP0825)
#15HB1500PassedBudget Bill. Amends Chapter 780, 2016 Acts of Assembly.
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2017-05-03
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#16SB1315VetoedFoster care; possession of firearm. Requires that possession of any firearms or other weapons in a foster home comply with federal and state laws and that the individual providing foster care services store all firearms, other weapons, and ammunition...
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2017-04-27
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
#17SB1023VetoedConcealed handgun permits; sharing of information. Prohibits sharing of information regarding Virginia concealed handgun permits in the Virginia Criminal Information Network with law enforcement in states that do not recognize a Virginia concealed ha...
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2017-04-27
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
#18HB1854PassedLobbyist reporting, the State and Local Government Conflict of Interests Act, and the General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; filing of required disclosures; registration of lobbyists; candidate filings; judges; definition of gift; informal advi...
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2017-04-26
Governor: Acts of Assembly Chapter text (CHAP0829)
#19HB2168PassedVirginia Coal Train Heritage Authority. Creates the Virginia Coal Train Heritage Authority (the Authority) with rights and powers to be exercised by a 25-member board, which will consist of three representatives from the governing body of each of the...
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2017-04-26
Governor: Acts of Assembly Chapter text (CHAP0834)
#20HB1708VetoedBoard of Education; standards of accreditation; industry certification credentials obtained by high school students. Requires the Board of Education (the Board) to consider for inclusion in the student outcome measures included in the Standards of Ac...
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2017-05-03
Governor: Vetoed by Governor
#21HB2383PassedDepartment of Environmental Quality (DEQ); combined sewer overflow (CSO) outfalls; Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Directs DEQ to identify the owner of any combined sewer overflow outfall that discharges into the Chesapeake Bay Watershed and to determine w...
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2017-04-26
Governor: Acts of Assembly Chapter text (CHAP0826)
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