West Virginia Code | Chapter 29 Article 3B

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WVHB4352PassRemoving the use of post-criminal conduct in professional and occupational initial licensure or certification in decision making
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2020-03-25
Approved by Governor 3/25/20
WVSB705PassAllowing military veterans with certain experience qualify for examination as electrician or plumber
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2020-03-07
Approved by Governor 3/24/20 - Senate Journal
WVHB4960EngrossRelating to exempting from licensure as an electrician
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2020-03-07
Communicated to House
WVHB4679IntroProviding notice of the type and cost of electrical outlets specified for that work in the National Electrical Code
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2020-02-04
To House Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services Committee
WVHB4358IntroRelating to the licensing of electricians
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2020-01-23
To House Government Organization Committee
WVHB2330IntroThe purpose of this bill is to allow honorably discharged veterans who possess certain military ratings to qualify to take an examination for licensing as a plumber, electrician, and sprinkler fitter.
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2020-01-17
To House Government Organization Committee
WVSB503IntroRemoving barriers to employment for certain individuals with criminal records
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2020-01-15
To Senate Government Organization Committee
WVHB4187IntroRelating to licensure qualifications
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2020-01-14
To House Government Organization Committee
WVHB4185IntroExempting from licensure as an electrician a person who installs low voltage electrical wiring
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2020-01-14
To House Government Organization Committee
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