★ Prefiling for the 2022 Regular Session begins Nov 15, 2021.
The 2021 VA Legislative session ended Monday, March 1. Both houses voted to adjourn Sine Die (without naming a day to reconvene).
Items marked 'Failed' on list below were passed by both houses—but in different forms. Compromise wording, put together in 'Conference Committee', failed to pass one of the houses.
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|Cat||House||Senate||GA / Gov||Number||Summary||Chief Patron Click Chief Patron to see other Patrons.||update|
|Oppose ➔ environment||Passed||Passed||Signed||SB 1164||Unregulated Plastic Chemical Conversion Plants||Emmett Hanger||1/23|
|campaign finance||Passed||Left||HB 1952||Campaign finance; prohibited personal use, child care exception.||Marcus Simon||1/1|
|elections||Passed||PBI||HB 2082||Transparency in Redistricting Process.||Mark Levine||1/1|
|environment||Passed||Passed||Signed||SB 1265||Natural gas pipelines; stop work orders.||Creigh Deeds||1/1|
|education||Passed||Passed||Approved||HB 1904||Teachers and other licensed school board employees; cultural competency.||Clint Jenkins||12/3|
|education||Passed||Passed||HJ 537||Racism; General Assembly to recognize as a public health crisis.||Lashrecse Aird||12/3|
|guns||Passed||Passed||Approved||HB 1992||Firearms possession following domestic abuse conviction.||Kathleen Murphy||4/29|
|cjr||Passed||Passed||Accepted: Gov Rec||HB 2047||Criminal proceedings; consideration of mental condition and intellectual, etc.||Jeffrey Bourne||4/9|
|guns||Passed||Passed||Accepted: Gov Rec||HB 2295||Firearm or stun weapon; carrying within Capitol Square and the surrounding area, state-owned bldgs.||Mark Levine||4/9|
|cjr||Passed||Passed||Accepted: Gov Rec||HB 2312||Marijuana; legalization of simple possession, etc.||Charniele Herring||4/9|
|guns||Passed||Passed||Accepted: Gov Rec||SB 1381||Weapons; possessing or transporting within Capitol Square, etc.||Adam Ebbin||4/9|
|environment||Passed||Passed||Signed||SB 1311||Water quality standards; modification of permits and certifications.||Jennifer McClellan||4/3|
|environment||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 1979||EV Rebate Program.||David Reid||4/3|
|women||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 1817||Certified nurse midwives; practice.||Dawn Adams||4/1|
|environment||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 2118||Virginia Electric Vehicle Grant Fund and Program; created, report.||Mark Keam||4/1|
|housing||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 2053||Accessory Dwelling Units||Ibraheem Samirah||4/1|
|environment||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 2227||Uniform Statewide Building Code; energy efficiency and conservation.||Kaye Kory||4/1|
|guns||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 1909||School board property, certain; establishment of gun-free zone permitted.||Suhas Subramanyam||4/1|
|women||Passed||Passed||Signed||SB 1310||Employment; domestic service; Human Rights Act.||Jennifer McClellan||3/31|
|workers||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 2137||Paid sick leave; employers to provide to certain employees.||Elizabeth Guzman||3/31|
|guns||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 2081||Polling places; prohibited activities, unlawful possession of a firearm, penalty.||Mark Levine||3/31|
|cjr||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 2263||Death penalty; abolition of current penalty.||MichaelMullin||3/27|
|cjr||Passed||Passed||Signed||SB 1165||Death penalty; abolition of current penalty.||Scott Surovell||3/27|
|women||Passed||Passed||Signed||SB 1227||Hormonal contraceptives; payment of medical assistance for 12-month supply.||Jennifer Boysko||3/21|
|environment||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 1965||Low and Zero Emissions Vehicle program.||Lamont Bagby||3/21|
|women||Passed||Passed||Signed||SB 1316||Child care providers; background check portability, subsidy pilot program, report.||Jennifer McClellan||3/21|
|agriculture||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 2068||Local Food and Farming Infrastructure Grant Program; established.||Sam Rasoul||3/21|
|women||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 2212||Children's Services Act; effective monitoring and implementation.||Ken Plum||3/21|
|women||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 2002||Child support; health care coverage.||Ibraheem Samirah||3/21|
|women||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 1896||Allows plans with abortion coverage to be traded on the state exchange||Sally Hudson||3/16|
|women||Passed||Passed||Signed||SB 1276||Essential health benefits; abortion coverage.||Jennifer McClellan||3/16|
|voting rights||Passed||Passed||Enrolled||SJ 272||Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters and the right to vote (first reference).||Mamie Locke||3/16|
|voting rights||Passed||Passed||Enrolled||HJ 555||Constitutional amendment; felon disenfranchisement.||Charniele Herring||3/16|
|guns||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 2128||Firearms; criminal history record information check delay increased to five days||Alfonso Lopez||3/8|
|guns||Passed||Passed||Failed||HB 2276||Plastic firearms and unfinished frames, etc.; manufacture, import, sale, transfer, etc., penalty.||Marcus Simon||3/1|
|environment||Passed||Passed||Failed||SB 1380||Electric utilities; electric school bus projects.||Louise Lucas||3/1|
|cjr||Passed||Passed||Failed||SB 1443||Mandatory minimum sentences; elimination, modification of sentence to mandatory minimum term.||John Edwards||3/1|
|animals||Tabled||Passed||SB 1390||Cats; trap, neuter, and return programs, civil penalty.||Lynwood Lewis||2/26|
|workers||Passed||Defeated||HB 1786||Minimum wage; farm laborers or farm employees.||Jeion Ward||2/24|
|guns||Defeated||SB 1382||Firearms; purchase, etc., following conviction for assault and battery of a family member.||Barbara Favola||2/23|
|cjr||Incorp||HB 1815||Marijuana; legalization of cultivation, manufacture, sale, possession, and testing, penalties.||Steve Heretick||2/19|
|environment||Passed||PBI||HB 2200||Electric Utilities; Triennial Review.||Jay Jones||2/17|
|campaign finance||Passed||Passed||HJ 526||Comprehensive campaign finance reform; joint subcommittee to study.||2/17|
|environment||Passed||PBI||HB 2048||Electric utility regulation; purchasing from competitive suppliers.||Jeffrey Bourne||2/16|
|women||PBI||SB 1228||Virginia Equal Pay Act; civil penalties.||Jennifer Boysko||2/10|
|women||Left||HB 1922||Medical assistance; coverage for reproductive health services.||Cia Price||2/10|
|cjr||Tabled||HB 2226||Criminal street gang reporting; notice & process for contesting entry of information into databases.||Kaye Kory||2/10|
|workers||Left||HB 2016||Paid family and medical leave program; Virginia Employment Commission required to establish.||Hala Ayala||2/10|
|workers||Left||HB 1755||'Right to work' law; repeals provisions of Code that refers to denial or abridgement.||Lee Carter||2/10|
|environment||Left||HB 2292||Fossil fuel projects; establishes a moratorium, effective January 1, 2022, etc.||Josh Cole||2/10|
|environment||Incorp||HB 2057||Electric utilities; triennial review.||Lee Ware||2/10|
|workers||PBI||SB 1330||Paid family and medical leave program; Virginia Employment Commission to establish.||Jennifer Boysko||2/10|
|environment||Left||SB 1224||Uniform Statewide Building Code; amendments, energy efficiency and conservation.||Jennifer Boysko||2/10|
|elections||Defeated||SB 1236||Prohibited contributions to candidates.||Chapman Petersen||2/10|
|elections||Stricken||SB 1101||Presidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact.||Adam Ebbin||2/10|
|campaign finance||Left||HB 1906||Prohibits contributions from corporations, civil penalty.||Lee Carter||2/10|
|campaign finance||Left||HB 1756||Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates.||Ibraheem Samirah||2/10|
|elections||Left||HB 1933||Presidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact.||Mark Levine||2/10|
Signed by Governor.
Sent to the Governor, but not yet signed.
Passed House or Senate.
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Read in chamber.
Approved by Comm.
Recommended by Subcommittee.
Left in committee.
Incorporated into another bill.
Passed by Indefinitely.