• Legislative Record

    Chief Patron:

    • HB406: Changes filing date for local government report of revenue

    • HB523: Institutes greater Dulles Tollway oversight

    • HB528: Fossil fuel facilities

    • HB876: Requires transparency on the price of prescription drugs

    • HB1003: Transfers the administration of the Virginia Geographic Information Network

     
    Co-Patron:
    • HB6: Bans housing discrimination on the basis of source of funds
    • HB19: Repeals photo ID requirement, allows for alternative identification
    • HB66: Limits health insurance pricing of insulin
    • HB145: Requires school boards to adopt policies for the support and fair treatment of transgender students
    • HB201: Permits same day voter registration
    • HB220: Requires prepaid postage for absentee ballots
    • HB266: Establishes public defender offices for Manassas and Prince William County
    • HB438: Provides the PTSD incurred by a law-enforcement office or firefighter is compensable
    • HB582: Allows for the unionization of local level public employees
    • HB590: Expands the definition of "eligible housing area" for the housing choice voucher tax credit
    • HB697: Prohibits school employees from requiring a student to discard a meal due to inability to pay
    • HB698: Allows public schools to distribute excess food to students eligible for certain meal assistance
    • HB703: Permits schools to raise and accept funds to pay off student meal debt
    • HB720: Requires Property Owners Associations to notify on the restriction of political signs
    • HB738: Diversifies the terminology for the presiding officer of the board of supervisors
    • HB783: Adds to the list of cancers that are considered occupational diseases for firefighters
    • HB789: Renames payday loans "short term loans" and caps the interest and fees
    • HB1012: Establishes a unified statewide system for public and private early childhood education
    • HB1015: Creates the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention Fund
    • HB1103: Allows for local elections to use rank choice voting
    • HB1162: Provides that furthering environmental justice is one of the purposes of the Department of Environmental Quality
    • HB1211: Allows for the issuance of new driver privilege cards to eligible applicants
    • HB1251: Limits the cost of emergency care from out-of- network providers
    • HB1354: Establishes a Plastic Waste Prevention Advisory Council
    • HB1426: Requires participation in meal affordability programs for public elementary and secondary schools
    • HB1428: Creates the Virginia Health Benefit Exchange to facilitate the purchase of qualified health plans
    • HB1429: Prohibits discrimination against transgender individuals in healthcare
    • HB1508: Established a minimum staffing ration for school counselors in public schools
    • HB1642: Establishes requirements for well monitoring in proximity to coal ask ponds
    • HB1654: Allows for the issuance of limited use licenses to doctors at nonprofit facilities for the dispensation of Schedule VI controlled substances.
    • HB1678: Extends polling hours on election day
    • HB1680: Requires the Board of Education to review and expand opportunities for student to earn credit for work-based experiences

    Chief Patron:

    • HB1832: Requires applicants to operate roadways to be financially fit and prove that toll increases are appropriate

    • HB1833: Changes the approval process for the leasing of land

    • HB1834: Provides notice to communities surrounding closing fossil fuel facilities

    • HB1876: Expands the sharing of workforce development data

    • HB1909: Permits school boards to establish gun free zones

    Co-Patron:
    • HB1818: Provides that occupational disease presumption will apply for emergency medical personnel
    • HB1820: Expands SNAP eligibility and allows certain educational pursuit to qualify for  employment requirements
    • HB1838: Enables  the Loudoun County School Board to stagger member terms
    • HB1848: Adds discrimination on the basis of disability to the Virginia Human Rights Act
    • HB1865: Requires reading intervention services for certain students
    • HB1859: Changes requirements for loan contracts for the installation fo clean energy
    • HB1873: Eliminates age restriction in the definition of "brain injury"
    • HB1874: Improves minimum standards for behavioral health services in correctional facilities
    • HB1888: Makes various reforms to absentee voting processes
    • HB1904: Requires school employee evaluation to include cultural competency 
    • HB1965: Establishes a low and zero-emissions vehicle program
    • HB1985: Establishes COVID-19 as an compensable occupational disease
    • HB1988: Changes the processing and dispensing of cannabis oil
    • HB1995: Creates the Rare Disease Council
    • HB1998: Reduces minimum number of mandatory lock-down drills in schools
    • HB2013: Prevents school boards from filing a lawsuits against students for meal debt
    • HB2025: Excludes personal contact information from FOIA disclosure
    • HB2040: Requirements for notice of unemployment benefits termination and overpayment waivers
    • HB2069: Establishes cost system of special license plates for those of military decoration
    • HB2072: Requires the VHDA to report on the recommendation for the creation of Virginia Good Neighbor Next Door program
    • HB2099: Limits the enforcements of judgements
    • HB2110: Requires the collection and dissemination of data related to crimes punishable by jail time
    • HB2111: Establishes the Task Force on Maternal Health Data and Quality Measures
    • HB2113: Establishes process for automatically sealing of certain police and court records
    • HB2124: Deems COVID testing, treatment, and vaccination emergency services during the COVID-19 pandemic
    • HB2125: Allows those 16 and older to preregister to vote
    • HB2130: Establishes the Virginia LGBTQ+ Advisory Board
    • HB2132: Eliminates the "gay panic" legal defense 
    • HB2135: Requires those schools eligible to apply to participate in the Afterschool Meal Program
    • HB2137: Requires employers to provide paid sick leave to home health care workers who administer care under the state plan for medical assistance services
    • HB2203: Establishes the Virginia Agriculture Food Assistance Program and Fund
    • HB2204: Establishes the Get Skilled, Get a Job, Give Back (G3) Fund and Program
    • HB2206: Expands the Child Car Subsidy Program
    • HB2321: Creates the Cabinet position Secretary of Labor
    • HB2332: Establishes the Commonwealth Health Reinsurance Program
    • HB2333: Facilitates the administration of the COVID-19 vaccine