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Status: Left in Committee
|Cat||House||Senate||GA / Gov||Number||Summary||Chief Patron Click Chief Patron to see other Patrons.||update|
|elections||Left||HB 1933||Presidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact.||Mark Levine||2/10|
|campaign finance||Left||HB 1756||Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates.||Ibraheem Samirah||2/10|
|campaign finance||Left||HB 1906||Prohibits contributions from corporations, civil penalty.||Lee Carter||2/10|
|environment||Left||SB 1224||Uniform Statewide Building Code; amendments, energy efficiency and conservation.||Jennifer Boysko||2/10|
|workers||PBI||SB 1330||Paid family and medical leave program; Virginia Employment Commission to establish.||Jennifer Boysko||2/10|
|environment||Left||HB 2292||Fossil fuel projects; establishes a moratorium, effective January 1, 2022, etc.||Josh Cole||2/10|
|workers||Left||HB 1755||'Right to work' law; repeals provisions of Code that refers to denial or abridgement.||Lee Carter||2/10|
|workers||Left||HB 2016||Paid family and medical leave program; Virginia Employment Commission required to establish.||Hala Ayala||2/10|
|women||Left||HB 1922||Medical assistance; coverage for reproductive health services.||Cia Price||2/10|
|women||PBI||SB 1228||Virginia Equal Pay Act; civil penalties.||Jennifer Boysko||2/10|
|environment||Passed||PBI||HB 2048||Electric utility regulation; purchasing from competitive suppliers.||Jeffrey Bourne||2/16|
|environment||Passed||PBI||HB 2200||Electric Utilities; Triennial Review.||Jay Jones||2/17|
|economy||PBI||SB 770||Paid family and medical leave program.||Sen. Jennifer Boysko||1/1|
|elections||Passed||PBI||HB 2082||Transparency in Redistricting Process.||Mark Levine||1/1|
|campaign finance||Passed||Left||HB 1952||Campaign finance; prohibited personal use, child care exception.||Marcus Simon||1/1|
|Oppose ➔ guns||PBI||SB 330||Carrying a concealed handgun; permit not required.||Bryce Reeves (R-SD17)||1/26|
|climate||PBI||SB 568||Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates; civil penalty.||Richard Stuart (R-SD28)||2/1|
|climate||PBI||SB 45||Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates.||Chap Petersen (D-SD34)||2/2|
|Oppose ➔ education||PBI||SB 20||Treatment of transgender students; model policies.||Travis Hackworth (R-SD38)||2/4|
|Oppose ➔ health||PBI||SB 458||Face coverings; prohibits enforcement of policy, etc., to wear.||Amanda Chase (R-SD11)||2/4|
|Oppose ➔ climate||PBI||SB 532||Clean Energy and Community Flood Preparedness Act.||Richard Stuart (R-SD28)||2/8|
|Oppose ➔ health||PBI||SB 601||COVID-19 immunization; prohibition on requirement; discrimination prohibited.||Amanda Chase (R-SD11)||2/11|
|Oppose ➔ education||Passed||PBI||HB 9||Public school teachers; probationary term of service, grounds for dismissal, and dismissal hearings.||Lee Ware (R-HD65)||2/17|
|Oppose ➔ climate||Passed||PBI||HB 1301||Clean Energy and Community Flood Preparedness Act; repeals Act.||Terry Kilgore (R-HD1)||2/23|
|Oppose ➔ climate||Passed||PBI||HB 74||Clean Economy Act; non-bypassable charges, energy-intensive trade-exposed (EITE) industries||Lee Ware (R-HD65)||2/28|
|Oppose ➔ voting rights||Passed||PBI||HB 34||Repeals establishment of drop-off locations for the return of absentee ballots.||Ronnie Campbell (R-HD24)||2/28|
|Oppose ➔ climate||Passed||PBI||HB 73||Electric utilities; definitions, aggregate capacity requirements for renewable energy facilities.||Lee Ware (R-HD65)||2/28|
|Oppose ➔ justice||Passed||PBI||HB 79||Marijuana and certain traffic offenses; issuing citations.||Ronnie Campbell (R-HD24)||2/28|
|Oppose ➔ climate||Passed||PBI||HB 118||Electric utilities; regulation, development of renewable energy facilities.||Nicholas Freitas (R-HD30)||2/28|
|Oppose ➔ climate||Passed||PBI||HB 892||Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI); preexisting contracts.||Terry Kilgore (R-HD1)||3/2|
|Oppose ➔ voting rights||PBI||SB 794||Voter identification; identification containing a photograph required.||Ryan McDougle (R-SD4)||1/17|
|Oppose ➔ voting rights||PBI||SB 834||Absentee voting; permanent absentee voter list repealed.||Amanda Chase (R-SD11)||1/17|
|Oppose ➔ voting rights||PBI||SB 878||Voter registration; noncitizens of the United States, penalty.||Ryan McDougle (R-SD4)||1/17|
|Oppose ➔ voting rights||PBI||SB 880||Absentee voting; absentee voting in person available beginning seven days prior to any election.||Ryan McDougle (R-SD4)||1/17|
|Oppose ➔ voting rights||PBI||SB 965||Voter registration; verification of social security numbers, provisional registration status.||Mark J. Peake (R-SD)||1/17|
|Oppose ➔ voting rights||PBI||SB 967||Voter registration; registering in person up to and including the day of the election.||Mark J. Peake (R-SD22)||1/17|
|campaign finance||PBI||SB 804||Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates||Chapman Petersen (D-SD34)||1/18|
|campaign finance||PBI||SB 803||Campaign finance; campaign contribution limits; civil penalty.||Chapman Petersen (D-HD34)||1/18|
|Oppose ➔ climate||PBI||SB 779||State Air Pollution Control Board; motor vehicle emissions standards.||Stephen Newman (R-SD23)||1/18|
|climate||PBI||SB 804||Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates.||Chap Petersen (D-SD34)||1/19|
|Oppose ➔ justice||PBI||SB 858||Defendants; evidence of mental condition admissible, etc.||John Cosgrove (R-SD14)||1/19|
|Oppose ➔ education||PBI||SB 787||Public school libraries; printed or audiovisual materials, selection, evaluation, & checkout proced.||Bill DeSteph (R-SD8)||1/23|
|climate||PBI||SB 1417||Electric utilities; cost recovery; alternative to rate adjustment clause.||David R. Suetterlein (R-SD19)||1/24|
|Oppose ➔ climate||PBI||SB 1001||Clean Energy and Community Flood Preparedness Act; repeal.||Richard Stuart (R-SD28)||1/26|
|education||PBI||SB 856||Public elementary and secondary schools; comprehensive school counseling program.||Lionell Spruill (D-SD5)||1/29|
|Oppose ➔ education||PBI||SB 823||Parental Choice Education Savings Accounts; established, report.||Amanda F. Chase (R-SD11)||1/29|
|Oppose ➔ voting rights||PBI||SB 884||Elections; registration, absentee voting, and conduct of election.||Amanda Chase (R-SD11)||1/31|
|Oppose ➔ justice||PBI||SB 875||Issuing citations; certain traffic offenses.||Ryan McDougle (R-SD4)||2/1|
|Oppose ➔ justice||PBI||SB 877||Admission to bail; act of violence.||Ryan McDougle (R-SD4)||2/1|
|Oppose ➔ education||PBI||SB 962||Elementary and secondary schools; participation in female sports, civil cause of action.||Mark Peake(R-SD22)||2/2|
|Oppose ➔ women||PBI||SB 791||Save adolescents from experimentation (SAFE) Act; established, health benefit plans, etc.||Amanda Chase (R-SD-11)||2/2|
|Oppose ➔ rights||PBI||SB 962||Elementary and secondary schools; athletics; participation in female sports; civil cause of action.||Mark J. Peake R-SD-22)||2/2|
|Oppose ➔ women||PBI||SR 87||Right to life; recognizing that life begins at conception.||Amanda Chase (R-SD-11)||2/3|
|Oppose ➔ justice||Passed||PBI||HB 1365||Admission to bail; rebuttable presumptions against bail.||Wren M. Williams (R-HD9)||2/13|
|Oppose ➔ justice||Passed||PBI||HB 1380||Issuing citations; certain traffic offenses.||Ronnie R. Campbell (deceased)||2/13|
|Oppose ➔ climate||Passed||PBI||HB 1783||Natural gas utilities; retail supply choice.||Israel O'Quinn (R-HD5)||2/13|
|Oppose ➔ climate||Passed||PBI||HB 1378||State Air Pollution Control Board; motor vehicle emissions standards.||Tony O. Wilt (R-HD26)||2/14|
|Oppose ➔ justice||Passed||PBI||HB 2384||Marijuana; search and seizure; driving or operating a motor vehicle, etc., while intoxicated.||Les Adams | (R-HD16)||2/14|
|Oppose ➔ education||Passed||PBI||HB 1379||Public elementary and secondary school libraries; catalog of printed and audiovisual materials, etc.||Timothy Anderson(R-HD83)||2/16|
|Oppose ➔ education||Passed||PBI||HB 1387||K-12 schools/higher ed. institution; designation of interscholastic, etc., sports based on sex, etc.||Karen Greenhalgh (R-HD85)||2/16|
|Oppose ➔ education||Passed||PBI||HB 1399||Elementary and secondary schools and institutions of higher education; interscholastic, intercollegiate, intramural, and club athletic teams and sports; student participation; certain requirements.||Marie March (R-HD7)||2/16|
|Oppose ➔ education||Passed||PBI||HB 1448||Public school library materials; DOE to make recommendations, model policies, selection and removal.||Robert D. Orrock (R-HD54)||2/16|
|climate||Passed||PBI||HB 2267||Electric utilities; cost recovery; alternative to rate adjustment clause.||Tony Wilt (R-HD26)||2/20|
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