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VASB1166EngrossClerks of court; collection of DNA sample for certain offenses; disclosure of tax information; Torrens system. Provides that a blood, saliva, or tissue sample shall be taken for any person convicted of a local ordinance that is similar to a misdemean...
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2019-01-21
To House Courts of Justice Committee
VASB1422EngrossLease agreements; requirements; emergency. Specifies that a lease agreement or other written document conveying a non-freehold estate in land is not invalid, unenforceable, or subject to repudiation by the parties to such agreement on account of, or ...
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2019-01-21
To House General Laws Committee
VAHB1634IntroAdditional sales and use tax for counties and cities; county appropriations to incorporated towns for educational purposes. Authorizes counties and cities to impose an additional local sales and use tax at a rate as determined by the governing body, ...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #2
VAHB1655EngrossReal property tax exemption for disabled veterans; surviving spouses; ability to move to a different residence. Enacts as statutory law an amendment to subdivision (a) of Section 6-A of Article X of the Constitution of Virginia that was adopted by th...
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2019-01-18
VOTE: BLOCK VOTE PASSAGE (94-Y 0-N)
VAHB1681EngrossIncome tax credits; housing choice vouchers; eligible housing areas. Expands the definition of "eligible housing area" for purposes of the housing choice voucher tax credit, to include census tracts in the Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News Metropol...
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2019-01-18
VOTE: PASSAGE (87-Y 8-N)
VASB1060EngrossVirginia Lottery Law; disclosure of a lottery winner's name and other personal information. Allows a lottery winner to submit written notice to the Virginia Lottery that he does not wish to have his name or other personal information disclosed. The b...
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2019-01-18
Read third time and passed Senate (33-Y 7-N)
VAHB1731EngrossLocal treasurers; recordkeeping. Replaces the term "well-bound book" with "record" relating to local treasurers' required method of recordkeeping and clarifies that warrants include all forms of legal demand instruments.
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2019-01-18
VOTE: BLOCK VOTE PASSAGE (94-Y 0-N)
VAHB1703IntroTaxation of aviation jet fuel; distribution of certain revenues to Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority. Imposes a tax at a rate of five cents per gallon on aviation jet fuel purchased or used by an airline licensed by the Federal Aviation Admi...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #2
VAHB1756IntroIncome tax; subtraction for military veterans with a permanent service-connected disability. Establishes for taxable years beginning January 1, 2019, an individual income tax subtraction for the military retirement income of veterans with a 100 perce...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #1
VAHB1778EngrossTransient occupancy tax; state parks. Permits localities to impose transient occupancy taxes on transient room rentals and travel campgrounds in state parks.
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2019-01-18
Passed by for the day
VASB1165IntroLocal gas severance tax; sunset date. Extends the sunset date from January 1, 2020, to January 1, 2022, for the local gas severance tax that is dedicated to (i) the local Coal and Gas Road Improvement Fund, (ii) the Virginia Coalfield Economic Develo...
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2019-01-18
Passed by for the day
VAHB1937EngrossReal property tax; exemptions for elderly and handicapped; computation of income limitation. Provides that, if a locality has established a real estate tax exemption for the elderly and handicapped and enacted an income limitation related to the exem...
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2019-01-18
VOTE: BLOCK VOTE PASSAGE (94-Y 0-N)
VAHB2065EngrossTelework expenses tax credit; expiration. Advances expiration of the telework expenses tax credit to January 1, 2019. Under current law, the tax credit will expire on January 1, 2022.
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2019-01-18
VOTE: PASSAGE (69-Y 26-N)
VAHB2095IntroLocal prohibition on single use plastic and expanded polystyrene products; local disposable plastic bag tax. Authorizes a locality to prohibit by ordinance the purchase, sale, or provision, whether free or for a cost, of certain single use products t...
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2019-01-18
To House Counties, Cities and Towns Committee
VAHB2163IntroNew media and technology innovation New media and technology innovation income tax credit. Establishes a new media and technology innovation income tax credit, starting with taxable year 2019, which is a nonrefundable tax credit for expenses related ...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #1
VAHB2131IntroIncome tax credit for low-income seniors. Establishes in taxable years 2019 through 2023 a $1,000 refundable income tax credit for taxpayers age 65 or older with household income less than 138 percent of the applicable amount in the federal poverty g...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #1
VASB1270EngrossReal property tax exemption for disabled veterans; surviving spouses; ability to move to a different residence. Enacts as statutory law an amendment to subdivision (a) of Section 6-A of Article X of the Constitution of Virginia that was adopted by th...
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2019-01-18
Read third time and passed Senate (40-Y 0-N)
VAHB2206IntroSales tax exemption; gun safes. Establishes an exemption from retail sales tax for a gun safe with a selling price of $1,000 or less. The bill defines a gun safe as a safe or vault that is (i) commercially available, (ii) secured with a digital or di...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #2
VAHB2191IntroBank franchise tax credit for student loan refinancing. Provides a credit against the bank franchise tax starting in taxable year 2019 in the amount of 20 percent of a bank's student loan refinancing expenses. The bill defines eligible expenses to in...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #1
VAHB2194IntroSales and use tax exemption; menstrual supplies; Dignity Act. Exempts menstrual supplies, specifically pads, tampons, and menstrual cups, from sales and use tax.
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #3
VAHB2458IntroEarly childhood care and education; Early childhood care and education; licensing. Requires the Board of Education to establish a statewide unified public-private system for early childhood care and education in the Commonwealth to be administered by...
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2019-01-18
[Hearing: Jan 21]
To House Education: Subcommittee #1
VAHB2440IntroIntangible personal property; classification and exemption of certain business property. Classifies as intangible property, and exempts from taxation, personal property that is employed in a trade or business, has an original cost of less than $25, a...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #2
VAHB2442IntroAccelerated sales and use tax payments. Prohibits, beginning July 1, 2020, the accelerated collection of sales and use tax payments from retail merchants and other dealers who collect and return sales and use tax payments.
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #3
VASB1428EngrossIncome tax; modification for certain companies; grants; Page County. Adds Page County to the list of qualified localities in which a company may invest to become eligible for income tax modification. Under current law, a company is eligible for such ...
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2019-01-18
Engrossed by Senate
VASB1425EngrossLocal license tax; mobile food units. Provides that when the owner of a mobile food unit, defined as a restaurant mounted on wheels and readily moveable at any time during its operation, pays any license tax in the county or city in which the mobile ...
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2019-01-18
Engrossed by Senate
VAHB2540IntroSales and use tax; reduced rate on essential personal Sales and use tax; reduced rate on essential personal hygiene products. Applies the reduced state sales and use tax rate of 1.5%, which under current law applies only to food purchased for human c...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #3
VAHB2482IntroLand preservation tax credits; operation of facility on donated land; agreements between the Commonwealth and a third party related to donated land. Provides that if Virginia or one of its political subdivisions operates a facility on land donated fo...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #1
VAHB2433IntroFamily caregiver tax credit. Creates a nonrefundable income tax credit beginning in taxable year 2019 for expenses incurred by an individual in caring for an eligible family member, defined in the bill, who requires assistance with one or more activi...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #1
VAHB2587IntroConfidentiality of tax information; local tax officers sharing information with local administrative officers. Authorizes a locality's commissioner of the revenue, treasurer, director of finance, or other similar local official who collects or admini...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #2
VAHB2566IntroReal and personal property tax exemptions. Repeals the property tax exemptions for all nonprofit entities that were granted by the General Assembly by designation effective July 1, 2024. Any locality may grant property tax exemptions to any such orga...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #2
VAHB2575IntroAdditional real property tax on commercial and industrial property in certain localities. Authorizes counties and cities in Planning District 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7 to impose an additional real estate tax on commercial and industrial property at a rate of ...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #2
VAHB2533IntroSmall business parental leave tax credit. Creates an Small business parental leave tax credit. Creates an income tax credit for taxable year 2021 for a portion of the salary or wages paid by small businesses to full-time employees while on leave for ...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #1
VAHB2608IntroIndividual and corporate income tax credit; employers of National Guard members and self-employed National Guard members. Provides for taxable years 2019 through 2023 a nonrefundable tax credit against individual and corporate income taxes for (i) wa...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #1
VAHB2614IntroTaxes administered by the Department of Taxation; statute of limitations for collections. Provides that the seven-year statute of limitations for collection efforts by the Department of Taxation shall apply to all assessments except under certain cir...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #2
VASB1588EngrossPartial exemption from real property taxes for flood Partial exemption from real property taxes for flood mitigation efforts. Codifies an amendment to Article X, Section 6 of the Constitution of Virginia that was adopted by the voters on November 6, ...
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2019-01-18
Read third time and passed Senate (31-Y 9-N)
VAHB2663IntroWatercraft sales and use tax; eliminates cap and reduces rate. Reduces the watercraft sales and use tax rate from 2% to 1.95% and removes the $2,000 cap on the tax.
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #2
VAHB2680IntroMilk production tax credit. Creates an income tax Milk production tax credit. Creates an income tax credit beginning in taxable year 2019 for taxpayers who own a dairy farm that sells milk below the producer price that is determined by the State Milk...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #3
VAHB2733IntroPersonal property tax; exemption for agricultural vehicles. Provides that, for purposes of the optional local personal property tax exemptions for motor vehicles, trucks, and tractors, the exemption shall apply if the vehicle is used primarily for ag...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance: Subcommittee #2
VAHB2776IntroIncome tax; modification for certain companies; grants; Page County. Adds Page County to the list of qualified localities in which a company may invest to become eligible for income tax modification. Under current law, a company is eligible for such ...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance Committee
VAHB2768IntroClerks of court, disclosure of tax information.
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2019-01-18
To House Finance Committee
VAHB2765IntroIncome tax; conformity; increase in standard deduction; refundable income tax credit for low-income taxpayers; Revenue Stabilization Fund. Advances the Commonwealth's conformity with federal tax law to December 31, 2018, starting with taxable year 20...
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2019-01-18
To House Rules Committee
VASB1770IntroTransportation Funding. Creates a statewide approach to transportation funding. The bill repeals the regional sales tax and gas tax enacted in 2013 to fund transportation initiatives in Hampton Roads and Northern Virginia, and raises the statewide ga...
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2019-01-18
To Senate Finance Committee
VASB1752IntroVirginia Lottery; ticket discounting; civil penalties. Prohibits the practice of ticket discounting, defined in the bill, and imposes three-tier civil penalties, corresponding to prize ranges, for any persons found to have engaged in such practice.
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2019-01-18
To Senate General Laws and Technology Committee
VASB1754IntroNeighborhood Assistance Act tax credits. Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credits. Allows a neighborhood organization to qualify to receive an allocation of tax credits from the Department of Education if (i) at least 50 percent of the persons served ...
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2019-01-18
To Senate Finance Committee
VASB1767IntroRemote sales and use tax collection and sufficient activity Remote sales and use tax collection and sufficient activity by remote sellers and marketplace facilitators as to require registration for sales and use tax collection. Directs the Department...
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2019-01-18
To Senate Finance Committee
VAHB2801IntroRemote sales and use tax collection and sufficient activity Remote sales and use tax collection and sufficient activity by remote sellers and marketplace facilitators as to require registration for sales and use tax collection. Directs the Department...
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2019-01-18
To House Finance Committee
VAHB1650IntroLottery; disclosure of identity of winners. Prohibits the Virginia Lottery from disclosing information about individual winners whose prize exceeds $10 million, and exempts such information from disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA),...
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2019-01-17
Committee substitute printed 19104476D-H1
VAHB1816IntroLand preservation tax credit; allowable time to claim credit. Extends the amount of time a taxpayer is allowed to claim the land preservation tax credit to December 31 of the second year following the calendar year that the eligible conveyance of lan...
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2019-01-17
To House Finance Committee
VASB1095IntroEarly childhood care and education; Early childhood care and education; licensing. Requires the Board of Education to establish a statewide unified public-private system for early childhood care and education in the Commonwealth to be administered by...
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2019-01-17
To Senate Finance Committee
VAHB2007IntroEviction; writs of possession and eviction. Changes the terminology from writ of possession to writ of eviction for the writ executed by a sheriff to recover real property pursuant to an order of possession. The bill specifies that an order of posses...
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2019-01-17
Reported from General Laws with amendment (22-Y 0-N)
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