Bill Status

During the First Extraordinary Session of the 2016 Legislature, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has taken action on the following bills:

June 17, 2016

  • SB1011 - Reducing distributions to WV Infrastructure Fund 
  • SB1012 - Increasing tax rate on cigarettes and other tobacco products 
  • SB1013 -  Budget Bill  
    Gov. Tomblin has approved the bill with objections. To view the line-item veto message, click here.
  • SB1015 - Relating to participation in Motor Vehicle Alcohol Test and Lock Program
  • SB1017 - Authorizing miscellaneous agencies and boards to promulgate legislative rules 

  • HB116 - Authorizing the Governor to direct payment of certain state debt
  • HB123 - Establishing a special revenue fund called the Public Employees Insurance Agency Financial Stability Fund 
  • HB128 - Extending the Volunteer Fire Department Workers' Compensation Premium Subsidy Fund ​

June 16, 2016

  • SB1010 -  Supplemental appropriation from State Fund, General Revenue to Department of Education, State Board of Education  
​June 8, 2016

  • HB101 - Budget Bill, making appropriations of public money out of the treasury in accordance with section fifty-one, article six of the Constitution
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here​.
  • HB117Relating generally to the promulgation of administrative rules by the Department of Environmental Protection
  • HB118​Department of Environmental Protection, Air Quality, rule relating to standards of performance for new stationary sources (45 CSR 16) 
​June 2, 2016
  • SB1002​ - Expiring funds from various accounts to unappropriated balance in State Fund, General Revenue 
    Gov. Tomblin has approved the bill with objections.To view the line-item veto message, click here.​

During the 2016 Legislative Session, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has taken action on the following bills:
April 1, 2016 - THIRD ACTION
  • SB68​ - Disallowing Health Care Authority to conduct rate review and set rates for hospitals
  • SB102 - Conforming to federal Law-Enforcement Officers Safety Act
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
  • SB601 - Relating to exception from jurisdiction of PSC for materials recovery facilities or mixed waste processing facilities
  • SB619 - 2016 Regulatory Reform Act
  • SB658 - Allowing licensed professionals donate time to care of indigent and needy in clinical setting
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.

  • HB2110 - Relating generally to the tax treatment of manufacturing entities
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
  • HB2796 - Providing paid leave for certain state officers and employees during a declared state of emergency
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
  • HB4014 - Preventing the State Board of Education from implementing common core academic standards and assessments
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
  • HB4168 - Creating a special motor vehicle collector license plate
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
  • HB4171 - Relating to the public school calendar
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
  • HB4246 - Changing the Martinsburg Public Library to the Martinsburg-Berkeley County Public Library
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
  • HB4364 - Internet Privacy Protection Act
  • HB4561 - Creating a special hiring process for the West Virginia Division of Highways employees
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
  • HB4566 - Relating to school personnel
  • HB4655​ - Prohibiting insurers, vision care plan or vision care discount plans from requiring vision care providers to provide discounts on noncovered services or materials
April 1, 2016 - SECOND ACTION

  • SB157 - Authorizing Department of Revenue to promulgate legislative rules
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
  • SB159 - Authorizing promulgation of legislative rules by miscellaneous boards and commissions
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
  • SB504 - Relating to confidentiality of juvenile records
  • SB524 - Rewriting Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists article
  • SB599 - Relating generally to Uniform Unclaimed Property Act
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.

  • HB4009 - Letting Our Counties Act Locally Act
  • HB4237 - Supporting and Strengthening Families Act
  • HB4428 - Clarifying that optometrists may continue to exercise the same prescriptive authority which they possessed prior to hydrocodone being reclassified
  • HB4668 - Raising the allowable threshold of the coal severance tax revenue fund budgeted for personal services
    ​To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
  • HB4726 - Relating to coal mining generally
  • HB4739​ - Unclaimed Life Insurance Benefits Act

April 1, 2016 - FIRST ACTION

  • SB272 - Allowing investigators from Attorney General's office to carry concealed weapons
    ​To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
  • SB437 - Updating and clarifying code relating to rules governing mixed martial arts
    ​To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here​.
  • SB563 - Increasing retirement benefit multimplier for WV Emergency Medical Services Retirement System members
  • SB588 - Repealing certain obsolete legislative rules by Department of Transportation
  • SB595 - Relating to retirement credit for members of WV National Guard

  • HB2852 - Relating to legalizing and regulating the sale and use of fireworks
  • HB4013 - Requiring a person desiring to vote to present documentation identifying the voter
  • HB4080 - Department of Veterans' Assistance, rule relating to VA headstones or markers
    ​To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
  • HB4307 - Clarifying that a firearm may be carried for self defense in state parks, state forests and state recreational areas 
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
  • HB4378​ - Relating to access to and receipt of certain information regarding a protected person by certain relatives of the protected person
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
  • HB4505 - Allowing powerball winners to remain anonymous
    ​To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
  • HB4519 - Allowing certain municipalities to elect to participate in the West Virginia Municipal Police Officers and Firefighters Retirement System

March 30, 2016

  • SB195 - Authorizing DHHR promulgate legislative rules
  • SB202 - Authorizing Department of Commerce promulgate legislative rules
  • SB339 - Establishing Judicial Compensation Commission
  • SB361 - Prohibiting persons who have committed crimes against elderly from performing community service involving elderly
  • SB494 - Creating Legislative Oversight Commission on Department of Transportation Accountability
  • SB567 - Providing protection against property crimes committed against coal mines, railroads, utilities and other industrial facilities
  • SB578 - Protecting utility workers from crimes against person
  • SB625 - Revising exceptions from FOIA provided for in Aboveground Storage Tank Act
  • SB686 - Authorizing local governing authorities hold sanctioned motor vehicle races on roads, streets or airports under their jurisdiction

  • HB2665 - Relating to participation in Motor Vehicle Alcohol Test and Lock Program
  • HB4174 - Exempting activity at indoor shooting ranges from the prohibition of shooting or discharging a firearm within five hundred feet of any church or dwelling house
  • HB4201 - Increasing the criminal penalties for participating in an animal fighting venture
  • HB4323​ - Relating to the reporting of emergency incidents by well operators and pipeline operators

March 29, 2016

  • ​SB293 - Neighborhood Investment Program Act 
  • SB298 - Allowing restaurants, private clubs and wineries sell alcoholic beverages on Sundays
  • SB311 - Allowing permanent exception for mortgage modification or refinancing loan under federal Making Home Affordable program
  • SB345 - Relating to parking on state-owned or leased property
  • SB404 - Removing prohibition on billing persons for testing for HIV and sexually transmitted diseases
  • SB431 - Authorizing pharmacists and pharmacy interns dispense opioid antagonists
  • SB454 - Licensing and regulating medication-assisted treatment programs for substance use disorders
  • SB465 - Allowing professional employer insure certain risks through pure insurance captive
  • SB545 - Relating to asbestos abatement on oil and gas pipelines
  • SB602 - Relating to Patient Injury Compensation Fund
  • SB614 - Conforming statute with court interpretation by replacing "unconscionable" with "fraudulent" when referring to conduct
  • SB618 - Allowing Economic Development Authority to make loans to certain whitewater outfitters
  • SB621​ - Exempting taxicab companies with independent contract drivers from providing workers' compensation coverage
  • SB634 - Creating William R. Laird IV Second Chance Driver's License Act
  • SB702​ - Allowing title of real estate to pass to individuals entitled to sale proceeds if executor fails to do so within 5 years of closing estate

  • HB2826 - Requiring the Commissioner of the Division of Highways to approve points of access to and from state highways to real property used or to be used for commercial, industrial or mercantile purposes; "Sarah Nott's Law"
  • HB4040 - Regulating step therapy protocols in health benefit plans 
  • HB4046 - Relating to the promulgation of rules by the Department of Administration
  • HB4060 - Relating generally to the promulgation of administrative rules by the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety
  • HB4146 - Providing insurance cover abuse-deterrent opioid analgesic drugs
  • HB4176 - Permitting the Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority to participate in the addiction treatment pilot program
  • HB4317 - Limiting factors in parenting plans
  • HB4334 - Clarifying the requirements for a license to practice as an advanced practice registered nurse and expanding prescriptive authority
  • HB4388 - Relating to stroke centers
  • HB4554​ - Allowing an increase of gross weight limitations on certain roads in Greenbrier County
  • HB4586 - Ensuring that the interest of protected persons, incarcerated persons and unknown owners are protected in condemnation actions filed by the Division of Highways
  • HB4618 - Relating to limitations on use of a public official's name or likeness
  • HB4724 - Relating to adding a requirement for the likelihood of imminent lawless action to the prerequisites for the crime of intimidation and retaliation
  • HB4728​ - Relating to schedule three controlled substances

March 25, 2016

  • SB283​ - Creating crime when fire is caused by operation of a clandestine drug laboratory

  • HB2205 - Creating the crime of prohibited sexual contact by a psychotherapist
  • HB2366 - Relating generally to the solicitation of minors
  • HB4038 - Relating to insurance requirements for the refilling of topical eye medication
  • HB4186 - Relating to additional duties of the Public Service Commission
  • HB4261 - Prohibiting the sale or transfer of student data to vendors and other profit making entities
  • HB4295 - Relating to the School Innovation Zones Act
  • HB4301 - Relating to a framework for initiating comprehensive transformation of school leadership
  • HB4309 - Increasing criminal penalties for conviction of certain offenses of financial exploitation of an elderly​ person
  • HB4310 - Relating to the West Virginia University Institute of Technology
  • HB4315 - Relating to air-ambulance fees for emergency treatment or air transportation 
  • HB4316 - Relating to reimbursement of certification fee for National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certification
  • HB4365 - Relating to the certificate of need process 
  • HB4340 - Amending licensing requirements for an act which may be called Lynette's Law
  • HB4502 - Allowing reciprocity agreements with contiguous states to establish regulations, licensing requirements and taxes for small businesses
  • HB4537 - Relating to the regulation of chronic pain clinics
  • HB4558 - Relating to victim notification and designation of additional individuals to receive notice of an offender's release
  • HB4594 - Relating to predoctoral psychology internship qualifications
  • HB4604 - Relating to violations of the Ethics Act
  • HB4651 - Relating to professional examination requirements for hearing-aid dealers and fitters
  • HB4662 - Permitting the Superintendent of the State Police to collect $3 dollars from the sale of motor vehicle inspection stickers
  • HB4705 - Relating to adding an additional type of West Virginia source income of nonresident individual
  • HB4730 - Relating to computer science courses of instruction
  • HB4734 - Relating to mine subsidence insurance
  • HB4738 - Relating to the offense of driving in an impaired state 

March 24, 2016

  • SB13 - Increasing penalties for overtaking and passing stopped school buses
  • SB107 - Uniform Interstate Depositions and Discovery Act
  • SB262 - Eliminating need for law enforcement to obtain court order prior to having access to inmate mail and phone recordings
  • SB267 - Modifying removal procedure for certain county, school district and municipal officers
  • SB278 - Clarifying physicians' mutual insurance company is not state or quasi-state actor
  • SB306 - Permitting sale of county or district property online
  • SB333​ - Taking and registering of wildlife

  • HB2444 - Providing for the assignment of economic development office representatives to serve as Small Business Allies as facilitators to assist small business entities and individuals
  • HB2494 - Creating a provisional plea process in criminal cases
  • HB2605 - Removing the limitation on actions against the perpetrator of sexual assault or sexual abuse upon a minor
  • HB2615 - West Virginia Small Business Capital Act
  • HB2897 - Young Entrepreneur Reinvestment Act
  • HB2904 - Requiring the clerk of a county commission to maintain a county ordinance book
  • HB4033 - Adding criminal penalties for the unauthorized practice of pharmacists care
  • HB4218 - Expanding the definition of "underground facility" in the One-Call System Act
  • HB4265 - Relating to payment by the West Virginia Municipal Bond Commission or state sinking fund commission or the governing body issuing the bonds
  • HB4314 - Prohibiting the sale of powdered or crystalline alcohol
  • HB4347 - Providing pregnant women priority to substance abuse treatment
  • HB4351​ - Transferring the Cedar Lakes Camp and Conference Center from the West Virginia Board of Education to the Department of Agriculture
  • HB4411 - Relating to penalty for illegally taking native brook trout
  • HB4435 - Authorizing the Public Service Commission to approve expedited cost recovery of electric utility coal-fired boiler modernization and improvement projects
  • HB4448 - Clarifying that communication by a lender or debt collector which is allowed under the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act, likewise does not violate the provisions of the West Virginia Computer Crime and Abuse Act
  • HB4461 - Relating to School Building Authority School Major Improvement Fund eligibility
  • HB4463 - Permitting the practice of telemedicine
  • HB4507 - Providing an employer may grant preference in hiring to a veteran or disabled veteran
  • HB4517 - Limiting the ability of an agent under a power of attorney to take self-benefiting actions
  • HB4612 - Relating generally to tax increment financing and economic opportunity development districts
  • HB4659 - Authorizing local health departments to bill health insurance plans for services
  • HB4673 - Providing for a crime for the theft, damage or release of deer from private game farms
  • HB4725 - Relating to providing the procedures for the filling of vacancies in the offices of justices of the Supreme Court of Appeals, circuit judge, family court judge or magistrate and making certain clarifications
  • HB4740 - Permitting that current members of the National Guard or Reserves may be excused from jury duty

March 23, 2016

  • SB6 - Requiring drug screening and testing of applicants for TANF program
  • SB29 - Tolling statute of limitations in certain cases
  • SB43 - Clarifying means of posting to prohibit hunting or trespassing
  • SB47 - Rewriting licensing requirements for practice of medicine and surgery and podiatry
  • SB54 - Altering how tax is collected on homeowners' associations
  • SB104 - Classifying Marshall University Forensic Science Center as a criminal justice agency
  • SB259 - Amending Unfair Trade Practices Act
  • SB270 - Repealing code relating to insurance polices
  • SB323 - Correcting statute subsection designations regarding trespassing on property
  • SB326 - Repeal and recodify law relating to delinquency of minor child
  • SB329 - Eliminating sunset provision for commission to study residential placement of children
  • SB330 - Requiring automobile liability insurers provide 10 days' notice of intent to cancel due to nonpayment of premium
  • SB338 - Compiling and maintaining Central State Mental Health Registry
  • SB352 - Dedicating corporation net income tax proceeds to railways
  • SB376 - Expanding authority of Secretary of State and State Police
  • SB384 - Requiring Bureau for Medical Services seek federal waiver for 30-day waiting period for tubal ligation
  • SB416 - Allowing terminally ill patients access to investigational products
  • SB429 - Adopting two National Association of Insurance Commissioners' models to protect enrollees and general public and permit greater oversight
  • SB459 - Requiring county board of education to pay tuition to Mountaineer Challenge Academy
  • SB468 - Allowing lender charge and receive interest on rescindable loan during rescission period
  • SB484 - Relating to reemployment rights of military personnel
  • SB493 - Allowing creation of self-settled spendthrift trusts
  • SB516 - Relating to registration for selective service
  • SB517 - Clarifying PEIA plans that are exempt from regulation by Insurance Commissioner
  • SB520 - Allowing PEIA ability to recover benefits or claims obtained through fraud
  • SB575 - Requiring leases for state office space provide landlord or owner be responsible for cleaning or janitorial services
  • SB581 - Eliminating sunset provision terminating pilot domestic violence court program
  • SB613 - Defining total capital for purposes of calculating state-chartered bank's lending limit
  • SB627 - Permitting physician to decline prescribing controlled substance
  • SB691 - Modifying certain air pollution standards

  • HB4360 - Increasing the criminal penalty for the unlawful practice of law
  • HB4520 - Clarifying that certain hospitals have only one governing body whose meetings shall be open to the public

March 21, 2016

  • SB265 - Allowing library volunteers necessary access to user records
  • SB334 - Identifying coyote as fur-bearing animal and woodchuck as game animal 
  • SB427 - Transferring funds from State Excess Lottery Fund to Department of Revenue
  • SB439 - Eliminating requirement that budget director approve requisitions for personal services payment under certain circumstances
  • SB476 - Relating to driving restrictions in school zones
  • SB591 - Relating to voter registration list maintenance and combined voter registration and driver licensing fund 

  • HB2588 - Relating to the filing of financial statements with the Secretary of State
  • HB4150 - Making a supplemental appropriation to the Department of Health and Human Resources
  • HB4151 - Making a supplemental appropriation to the Department of Education
  • HB4152 - Making a supplemental appropriation to the Division of Environmental Protection - Protect Our Water Fund
  • HB4155 - Making a supplemental appropriation to the Department of Health and Human Resources, Division of Health - West Virginia Birth-to-Three Fund, and the Department of Health and Human Resources, Division of Human Services - Medical Services Trust Fund
  • HB4346 - Relating to bear hunting and offenses and penalties
  • HB4433 - Allowing an adjustment to gross income for calculating the personal income tax liability of certain retirees
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here​.
  • HB4487 - Relating to state retirement systems
  • HB4587​ - Relating to violations associated with absent voters' ballots

March 18, 2016

  • SB500 - Authorizing Superintendent of State Police hold training classes to use West Virginia Automated Police Network
  • SB597​ - Relating generally to Health Care Authority
  • SB678 - Relating to ownership and use of conduit providing telephone service

March 16, 2016

  • SB39 - Regulating off-road motorcycles within Hatfield-McCoy Recreation Area​
  • SB469 - Clarifying what personal funds are exempt from levy following judgement
  • SB474 - Exempting DEP construction and reclamation contracts from review and approval
  • SB507 - Exempting motor vehicles engaged in nonemergency transport of Medicaid recipients from PSC permit requirements 
  • SB592 - Relating to pipeline safety
  • SB648 - Allowing local authorities permit flashing traffic signals during low traffic times
  • SB656 - Creating Upper Kanawha Valley Resiliency and Revitalization Program

  • HB2122 - Making it illegal for first responders to photograph a corpse; Jonathan's Law
  • HB2823 - Eliminating the street and interurban and electric railways law
  • HB2801 - Permitting county commissions and municipalities to designate areas of special interest which will not affect the use of property in those areas
  • HB4160 - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Revenue, Tax Division 
  • HB4209 - Relating generally to health care provider taxes
  • HB4225​ - Relating to patriotic displays at public buildings​
  • HB4322 - Expanding the Learn and Earn program
  • HB4330​ - Relating to make unlawful to take a fish, water animal or other aquatic organism from state waters to stock a commercial pond or lake
  • HB4345 - Repealing the West Virginia Permitting and Licensing Information Act
  • HB4377​ - Eliminating exemption from hotel occupancy taxes on rental of hotel and motel rooms for thirty or more consecutive days
  • HB4417 - Increasing wages protected from garnishment

March 15, 2016

  • SB94 - Designating State Police Superintendent as administrator and enforcer of motor vehicle inspection program
  • SB254 - Not allowing county park commissions to prohibit firearms in facilities
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here​.
  • SB271 - Regulating practice of accountancy
  • SB274 - Relating to increasing civil jurisdictional amount in magistrate courts
  • SB303 - Providing for 5-day resident fishing license
  • SB346 - Updating projects managed by Project Management Office
  • SB349 - Updating meaning of federal adjusted gross income
  • SB400 - Reducing amount of sales tax proceeds dedicated to School Major Improvement Fund
  • SB415 - Lengthening maximum term of negotiable certificates of deposit municipal funds can hold
  • SB426 - Continuing Office of Coalfield Community Development
  • SB483 - Marshall County and Wyoming County LSIC waiver
  • SB509 - Removing 10-day requirement Division of Labor has to inspect amusement rides and attractions
  • SB515 - Authorizing payment of certain claims against state
  • HB4228 - Relating to transportation network companies
  • HB4617 - Authorizing legislative rules of the Higher Education Policy Commission regarding the Underwood-Smith Teacher Scholarship Program and Nursing Scholarship Program
  • HB4644​ - Relating to jury fees

March 14, 2016

  • SB601 - Relating to exception from jurisdiction of PSC for materials recovery facilities or mixed waste processing facilities
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
March 12, 2016
  • SB582 - Providing refundable tax credit for motor fuel sold for use or consumed in railroad diesel locomotives

March 10, 2016

  • SB379 - Relating to candidate filing fees

  • HB4157​ - Supplementing, amending, and increasing items of the existing appropriations from the State Road Fund to the Department of Transportation, Division of Highways
  • HB4159 - Making a supplemental appropriation to the Public Services Commission - Motor Carrier Division
  • HB4279 - Relating to disposition of seized firearms
  • HB4324 - Authorizing information sharing by Workforce West Virginia
  • HB4540 - Removing prohibition of disposal of certain electronics in landfills
  • HB4654​ - Relating to the Executive Secretary of the Board of Registered Professional Nurses
  • HB4674​ - Relating to motor vehicle back-up lamps
  • HB4735​ - Relating to the definition of health care provider, and clarifying that speech-language pathologists and audiologists are two separate providers

March 9, 2016

  • SB10 - Created Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.
  • SB27 - Permitting county commissions hire outside attorneys for collection of taxes through courts

  • HB2800 - Adding law-enforcement officers' contact information and names of family members to the list of exemptions from public records requests
  • HB4007 - Relating generally to appointment of attorneys to assist the Attorney General
  • HB4235 - Relating to the publication requirements of the administration of estates
  • HB4362​ - Establishing a felony offense of strangulation

March 8, 2016

  • ​SB421 - Terminating behavioral health severance and business privilege tax
  • SB594 - Requiring State Auditor consider for payment claim submitted by electronically generated invoice

  • HB4163​ - Providing the authority and procedure for municipalities to give notice to, and publish the names of, entities delinquent in paying business and occupation taxes

March 4, 2016

  • HB3019​ - Requiring official business and records of the state and its political subdivisions be conducted in English

March 3, 2016

  • SB387 - Shared animal ownership agreements to consume raw milk
  • SB558 - Maintaining solvency of Unemployment Compensation Fund

  • HB4366 - Finding and declaring certain claims against the state and its agencies to be moral obligations of the state
  • HB4145 - Relating to the carry or use of a handgun or deadly weapon
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here​.
  • HB4175 ​- Relating generally to home schooling

March 2, 2016

  • SB7 - Establishing wrongful conduct rule prohibiting recovery of damages in certain circumstances
  • SB14 - Limiting successor corporation asbestos-related liabilities
  • SB150 - Authorizing Department of Transportation promulgate legislative rules
  • SB351 - Dedicating severance tax proceeds
  • SB369 - Reducing legislative education reporting requirements
  • SB462 - Reducing deposit of excess lottery proceeds into WV Infrastructure Fund

March 1, 2016

  • SB309 - Relating to child-care center licensing and exempting county parks and recreation from licensure
  • SB341 - Expiring funds from Insurance Commissioner, Examination Revolving Fund and Insurance Commission Fund to State Fund, General Revenue
  • SB449 - Supplemental appropriation from State Fund, General Revenue to Department of Administration, Public Defender Services
  • SB450 - Supplemental appropriation from State Fund, General Revenue to DHHR, Division of Health
  • SB451​ - Supplemental appropriation from State Fund, General Revenue to Department of Military Affairs

February 29, 2016

  • SB419 - Terminating taxes imposed under Workers' Compensation Debt Reduction

February 25, 2016

  • ​SB15 - Adopting learned intermediary doctrine as defense to civil action due to inadequate warnings or instructions
  • SB123 - Treatment for sexually transmitted diseases
  • SB261 - Bringing state code relating to daylight savings time in conformity with federal code

  • HB4245 - Requiring the cashier or executive officer of a banking institution to provide shareholders with the institution's most recent year-ended audited financial statement
  • HB4148 - Updating the meaning of federal taxable income and certain other terms used in the West Virginia Corporation Net Income Tax Act
  • HB4158 - Making a supplementary appropriation to the Department of Commerce, WorkForce West Virginia - Workforce Investment Act
  • HB4161 - Relating to levies on classifications of property by the Board of Public Works
  • HB4244​ - Eliminating the need for a public hearing when no objection is filed on an application from an out of state state-chartered credit union to establish a branch in West Virginia 

February 17, 2016

  • ​​HB4007 - Relating generally to appointment of attorneys to assist the Attorney General
    ​To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.

February 11, 2016

  • SB1 - Establishing WV Workplace Freedom Act
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here
  • SB32 - Relating to withdrawal of candidates for office and filling vacancies
  • SB342 - Decreasing appropriations from State Fund, General Revenue, to DHHR, Division of Human Services and Bureau of Senior Services
  • SB357 - Supplemental appropriation from Lottery Net Profits to a Bureau of Senior Services, Lottery Senior Citizens Fund
  • SB360 - Supplemental appropriation to Division of Human Services

  • HB2101- Eliminating obsolete government entities
  • HB4005​ - Repealing prevailing hourly rate of wages requirements
    To view Gov. Tomblin's veto message, click here.

February 4, 2016

  • SB364 - Supplemental appropriation expiring funds from General Revenue
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