Virginia Code | Chapter 19 Article 2 Section 392.02

Filter View [Reset All]
Syndicate content
StanceStateBillStatusSummary/TitleLast Actionsort icon
VASB425Engross

Sine Die
Barrier crimes. Eliminates certain crimes from the definition of "barrier crime" and requires the State Board of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, the Board of Education, the State Board of Health, and the State Board of Social Services t...
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-03-08
To House Health, Welfare and Institutions Committee
VASB391Engross

Sine Die
Cannabis control; retail market; transitional sales by pharmaceutical and industrial hemp processors; penalties. Establishes a framework for the creation of a retail marijuana market in the Commonwealth. The bill creates a regulatory and licensing st...
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-03-01
To House General Laws Committee
VAHB343Intro

Sine Die
Barrier crimes; removing offenses involving possession, use, manufacturing, etc., of controlled substances. Removes nonviolent offenses involving the possession, use, manufacturing, distributing, selling, etc., of controlled substances from the list ...
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-02-15
To House Health, Welfare and Institutions Committee
VAHB612Intro

Sine Die
Possession of controlled substances; penalties. Reduces the penalty for possession of a Schedule I or II controlled substance from a Class 5 felony to a Class 1 misdemeanor and the penalty for possession of a Schedule IV or V controlled substance fro...
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-02-15
To House Courts of Justice Committee
VAHB618Intro

Sine Die
Possession of controlled substances; barrier crimes. Removes from the definition of barrier crime a felony violation of possession of a controlled substance.
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-02-15
To House Health, Welfare and Institutions Committee
VAHB805Intro

Sine Die
Barrier crimes. Eliminates Barrier crimes. Eliminates certain crimes from the definition of "barrier crime" and requires the State Board of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, the Board of Education, the State Board of Health, and the State...
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-02-15
To House Health, Welfare and Institutions Committee
VASB411Engross

Sine Die
Possession of controlled substances; penalties. Reduces the penalty for possession of a Schedule I or II controlled substance from a Class 5 felony to a Class 1 misdemeanor and the penalty for possession of a Schedule IV or V controlled substance fro...
[Detail][Text][Discuss]
2022-02-10
Read third time and defeated by Senate (19-Y 21-N)
Syndicate content
feedback