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WVSB273PassReducing use of opiates
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2018-04-23
Chapter 46, Acts, Regular Session, 2018
WVHB4336PassThe purpose of this bill is to update the schedule of controlled substances.
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2018-04-16
Chapter 47, Acts, Regular Session, 2018
WVHB4309EngrossThe purpose of this bill is to restrict the sale and trade of dextromethorphan. The bill sets age limits. The bill defines terms. The bill establishes penalties. The bill preempts local ordinances and requires rulemaking.
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2018-03-07
Rereferred to Judiciary on 2nd reading
WVSB610IntroProviding penalty for possession of marijuana
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2018-02-19
To Senate Judiciary Committee
WVSB593IntroReducing criminal penalties and criminalization of marijuana
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2018-02-19
To Senate Judiciary Committee
WVHB4561IntroThe purpose of this bill is to address the opioid epidemic by authorizing prosecuting attorneys to appoint the Attorney General or an assistant of the Attorney General as a special prosecutor to enforce provisions of the Uniform Controlled Substances...
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2018-02-13
To House Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse Committee
WVHB4514IntroThe purpose of this bill is to make it a felony to knowingly house a drug trafficker and to establish penalties for the offense.
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2018-02-13
To House Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse Committee
WVHB4615IntroThe purpose of this bill concerns forfeiture of contraband. The bill establishes criminal forfeiture and the items and property subject to forfeiture. The bill sets forth additional procedures for forfeiture. The bill establishes dates. The bill perm...
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2018-02-13
To House Judiciary Committee
WVSB517IntroRelating generally to drug overdoses and controlled substances monitoring
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2018-02-09
To Senate Health and Human Resources Committee
WVHB4254IntroThe purpose of this bill is to place a seven-day supply limitation on the amount of Schedule II drugs which may be lawfully prescribed. It includes exceptions to the prohibition.
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2018-01-23
To House Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse Committee
WVSB328IntroRequiring participation in drug court program before conditional discharge for first offense of possession of controlled substance
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2018-01-19
To Senate Judiciary Committee
WVHB4003IntroThe purpose of this bill is to reduce prescription drugs. The bill requires that reports be provided to licensing boards regarding abnormal prescribing practices and requires the Board of Pharmacy to report quarterly to various licensing boards. It p...
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2018-01-12
To House Health & Human Resources Committee
WVSB129IntroLimiting time prescriptions may be issued for certain controlled substances
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2018-01-10
To Senate Health and Human Resources Committee
WVSB65IntroAccessing controlled substance monitoring information
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2018-01-10
To Senate Health and Human Resources Committee
WVHB2614IntroProhibiting health care practitioners from knowingly and in bad faith prescribing or administering drugs
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2018-01-10
To House Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse Committee
WVHB2648IntroThe purpose of this bill is to increase the minimum sentence by three years for individuals convicted of manufacturing, delivering, or transporting controlled substances in the presence of a minor.
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2018-01-10
To House Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse Committee
WVHB3019IntroThe purpose of this bill is to amend certain provisions of the West Virginia Contraband Forfeiture Act. It restates the legislative findings and purpose. The bill; requires a receipt for seized property from law enforcement and provides a procedure f...
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2018-01-10
To House Judiciary Committee
WVHB2992IntroThe purpose of this bill is to require the state to prove that the owner of seized property has been convicted of a crime and that the seized property was substantially related to said crime before the state can perfect title to seized property; and ...
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2018-01-10
To House Judiciary Committee
WVSB2IntroReducing use of opiates
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2018-01-10
To Senate Health and Human Resources Committee
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