HB20 Peanuts; extends sunset provision (Ingram); HB215 Income tax, state; annual inflation adjustment (LeMunyon); HB92 Local taxes; interest on refunds (Cole); SB1 Excise tax on peanuts (Lucas); SB114 Plastic bag; tax imposed/Chesapeake Bay Watershed (Petersen); SB15 Economic development, local; transfer of taxes to qualified locality (Garrett).
Smothering Red Tape:
HB212 Veterinary establishments; regulations (LeMunyon); HB325 Veterinarians; practice of medicine (Orrock).
HB102 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses, penalty (Lingamfelter); HB244 Nuisance; property where breach of peace recurs (Ward); HB277 Heroin; manufacture, selling, etc., mandatory minimum sentence (Miyares); HB284 Controlled substance; manufacturing, etc., resulting in overdose (Collins); HB35 Hate crimes; reporting (Sullivan); HB89 Unmanned aircraft system; use during commission of a crime, penalty (Cole);SB16 Passing stopped school buses; mailing of summons (Favola); SB66 Felony homicide; certain drug offenses, accommodation, penalty (Wexton); SB82 Hate crimes (Favola).
Choice in Education and Health:
HB333 School property; use by youth (Pogge); HB36 Twelfth-grade government courses public high school; civics portion of U.S. Naturalization Test (Bell); HB57 Student attendance; withdrawal/students absent without excuse (Kory); HB71 SOL assessments; receipt/ administration date (Farrell); HB07 Sick leave; certain private employers/provide paid benefits (Simon).
HB149 Concealed handgun permits; federal Terrorist Screening Database (Simon); HB179 Virginia Human Rights Act; prohibited discrimination in employment (Kory); SB156 Concealed handgun permit; family member/submit statement to court (Favola); SB184 Firearms magazines, certain; prohibition (Marsden); SB185 Firearms, loaded; prohibition; exception (Marsden); SB186 Concealed handgun permits; proof of competence (Marsden); SB187 Transfer of firearms; permit required (Marsden); SB198 Concealed weapons; internal investigations authority (Lucas); SB199 Transfer of firearms; criminal history record (Lucas); SB214 Sale of firearms; Terrorist Screening Database (Favola); SB220 Firearm transfers; penalties (McEachin); SB247 Search warrants; person subject to arrest/unlawfully restrained (Black); SB76 Service of process (Wexton); SB97 Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty (Marsden).
Opening (Transparency) and Limiting the Government:
HB288 Disposable plastic shopping bags; local option to prohibit distribution (Helsel); HB323 Alcoholic beverage control; purchase and sale of products (Knight); HJ3 United States Constitution; application for a convention of the states (Lingamfelter); SB129 Minimum wage; increases minimum wage from its current federally mandated level (Edwards); SB62 Electoral College; allocation of electoral votes (Carrico); SJ1 United States Constitution; ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment (Surovell); SJ11 United States Constitution; Equal Rights Amendment (Wexton); SJ4 Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (Garrett); HB139 Virginia Human Rights Act; pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, causes of action (McQuinn); HB171 Alcoholic beverage control; food-beverage ratio for certain mixed beverage licensees (Albo); SB138 Firearms retailers; local regulation, proximity to schools (Favola); SB39 Alcoholic beverages; unlawful transport by persons who are under age 21, penalty (Carrico); SB21 Clean Power Plan; state implementation plan; General Assembly approval (Chafin); SB24 MMIE projects; Virginia Public Building authorized to finance (Reeves); SB55 Disposable plastic shopping bags; local option to prohibit distribution (Locke); SB95 Use of firearm in commission of crime; civil liability (Marsden); HB02 Clean Power Plan; state implementation plan, General Assembly approval (O'Quinn); SB114 Plastic bag; tax imposed in Chesapeake Bay Watershed (Petersen); SB202 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; disclosure of salaries of public employees (Stuart); HB272 Illegally obtained information; receipt and publication, penalty (Albo); HB70 Magistrates; issuance of warrants for law-enforcement officers (Miller).