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HB212PassThe purpose of this bill is to remove the sunset provision regarding family court appeals.
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2010-07-30
Chapter 5, Acts, 2nd Extraordinary Session, 2010
HB214PassSupplemental appropriation to various departments
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2010-07-30
Chapter 2, Acts, 2nd Extraordinary Session, 2010
HB215PassSupplemental appropriation to Education and the Arts, Environmental Protection and Insurance Commissioner
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2010-07-30
Chapter 3, Acts, 2nd Extraordinary Session, 2010
HB216PassSupplementing and amending an item of existing appropriation from the State Fund, General Revenue, to the Governor's Office Civil Contingent Fund
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2010-07-30
Chapter 4, Acts, 2nd Extraordinary Session, 2010
HB201PassThe purpose of this bill is to clarify when a special election is required to fill a vacancy in the U.S. Senate, in light of the Seventeenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution which requires the popular election of U.S. Senators. It authorizes the Le...
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2010-07-30
Chapter 11, Acts, 2nd Extraordinary Session, 2010
HB202PassSupplemental, Secretary of State
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2010-07-30
Chapter 1, Acts, 2nd Extraordinary Session, 2010
HB211PassThe purpose of this bill is to allow more counties to apply to participate in the military and overseas voting pilot program for the 2010 general election.
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2010-07-30
Chapter 9, Acts, 2nd Extraordinary Session, 2010
HB213IntroSupplemental appropriation to the State Department of Education, elementary/middle alternative schools
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2010-07-21
Passed over
HR202PassMemorializing the life of the Honorable David Martin Baker, former member of the West Virginia House of Delegates, former Presiding Judge of the West Virginia Court of Claims, civic leader and distinguished West Virginian
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2010-07-21
Completed legislative action
HB204IntroThe purpose of this bill is to create a compulsory comprehensive health screening for students entering public school for the first time in this state and students entering third grade, sixth grade and ninth grade .
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2010-07-20
Tabled on 3rd reading, House Calendar
HB206IntroThe purpose of this bill is to encourage teacher collaboration through the establishment of alternative school-level decision-making bodies. The bill creates a process for schools to apply to the state board to create collaborative teams or augment e...
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2010-07-20
Tabled on 3rd reading, House Calendar
HB208IntroThe purpose of this bill is to provide for annual evaluations of professional personnel in schools.
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2010-07-20
Tabled on 3rd reading, House Calendar
HB210IntroThe purpose of this bill is to provide uniformity in alternative schools and to require a pilot program that will allow alternative schools in elementary and middle schools.
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2010-07-20
Tabled on 3rd reading, House Calendar
HB203IntroThe purpose of this bill is to extend the sunset provision to allow the continued investment of funds in the nonprofit foundations of Marshall University and West Virginia University.
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2010-07-17
To House Finance Committee
HB205IntroThe purpose of this bill is to facilitate the improvement of schools and school districts through a number of strategies. The bill will require improvement plans to plan for early warnings and intervention, updates high quality education standards, r...
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2010-07-17
To House Education Committee
HB207IntroThe purpose of this bill is to provide alternative certification for principals and to allow approved education providers to provide alternative certification programs for teachers.
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2010-07-17
To House Education Committee
HB209IntroThe purpose of this bill is to establish pilot programs for increasing academic achievement. One pilot program requires the state superintendent to establish a special community development school pilot program for implementation in a public school w...
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2010-07-17
To House Education Committee
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