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SB 104 Vaccinations and immunizations; certain minors given authority to consent.

SB 104 Vaccinations and immunizations; certain minors given authority to consent. Introduced by: Barbara A. Favola | all patrons ... notes | add to my profiles SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED: Vaccinations and immunizations; minors; authority to consent. Provides that a minor shall be deemed an adult for the purpose of consenting to medical or health services related to receiving vaccinations and immunizations recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention if the individual is at least 14 years of age and demonstrates to the satisfaction of a health care practitioner the ability to understand at the same comprehension level as an adult the risks and benefits associated with vaccinations and immunizations.

By |2020-01-20T08:46:38-05:00January 20th, 2020|analysis finished, Tier #1 OPPOSE|Comments Off on SB 104 Vaccinations and immunizations; certain minors given authority to consent.

SB 74 Election day voter registration; pilot program.

Introduced by: R. Creigh Deeds | all patrons ... notes | add to my profiles SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED: Election day voter registration; pilot program. Requires the State Board of Elections to develop a pilot program for election day voter registration, by which a person who (i) offers to vote on election day but is not a registered voter, (ii) provides one of the allowable forms of identification specified by law, and (iii) provides proof of his residency, in a form specified by the State Board for this purpose, in the precinct in which he offers to vote, shall be permitted to register to vote and to cast a ballot. The bill provides a process by which the validity of such votes is determined. The bill requires participating localities to provide information

By |2019-11-27T07:34:02-05:00November 25th, 2019|analysis finished, Elections, Tier #1 OPPOSE|Comments Off on SB 74 Election day voter registration; pilot program.

SB 65 Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements.

Introduced by: Mamie E. Locke | all patrons ... notes | add to my profiles SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED: Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements. Removes the requirement that voters show a form of identification containing a photograph in order to be allowed to vote. The bill requires a voter to show either his voter registration confirmation documents; his valid Virginia driver's license, his valid United States passport, or any other identification issued by the Commonwealth, one of its political subdivisions, or the United States; any valid student

By |2019-11-27T07:33:52-05:00November 25th, 2019|analysis finished, Elections, Tier #1 OPPOSE|Comments Off on SB 65 Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements.

HJ 2 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); real property tax exemption; affordable housing. Introduced by: Jeffrey M. Bourne | all patrons … notes | add to my profiles SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); real property tax exemption; affordable housing. Provides that the General Assembly may authorize a locality to fully or partially exempt affordable housing, as such term may be defined by statute, from real property taxation.

By |2019-12-14T13:16:57-05:00November 20th, 2019|analysis finished, Tax Credits, Tier #4, VA Constitution|Comments Off on HJ 2 Constitutional amendment (first resolution); real property tax exemption; affordable housing. Introduced by: Jeffrey M. Bourne | all patrons … notes | add to my profiles SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); real property tax exemption; affordable housing. Provides that the General Assembly may authorize a locality to fully or partially exempt affordable housing, as such term may be defined by statute, from real property taxation.

HB 39 Health benefit plans; enrollment by pregnant individuals. Introduced by: Ibraheem S. Samirah | all patrons … notes | add to my profiles SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED: Health benefit plans; enrollment by pregnant individuals. Requires health carriers to allow pregnant individuals to enroll in a health benefit plan at any time after the commencement of the

By |2020-01-03T08:51:44-05:00November 20th, 2019|analysis finished, Health Care, Tier #1 OPPOSE|Comments Off on HB 39 Health benefit plans; enrollment by pregnant individuals. Introduced by: Ibraheem S. Samirah | all patrons … notes | add to my profiles SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED: Health benefit plans; enrollment by pregnant individuals. Requires health carriers to allow pregnant individuals to enroll in a health benefit plan at any time after the commencement of the

HB 26 Voter registration; close of registration records. Introduced by: Joseph C. Lindsey | all patrons … notes | add to my profiles SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED: Voter registration; close of registration records. Reduces the period of time that registration records must be closed before a general or primary election from 21 days to 13 days. The bill adjusts other deadlines to reflect this change. The period of time that the registration records must be closed before a special election remains the same.

By |2019-11-27T07:36:37-05:00November 20th, 2019|analysis finished, Elections, Tier #1 OPPOSE|Comments Off on HB 26 Voter registration; close of registration records. Introduced by: Joseph C. Lindsey | all patrons … notes | add to my profiles SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED: Voter registration; close of registration records. Reduces the period of time that registration records must be closed before a general or primary election from 21 days to 13 days. The bill adjusts other deadlines to reflect this change. The period of time that the registration records must be closed before a special election remains the same.

HB 19 Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements. Introduced by: Joseph C. Lindsey | all patrons … notes | add to my profiles SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED: Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements. Removes the requirement that voters show a form of identification containing a photograph in order to be allowed to vote. The bill requires a voter to show either his voter registration confirmation documents; his valid Virginia driver’s license, his valid United States passport, or any other identification issued by the Commonwealth, one of its political subdivisions, or the United States; any valid student identification card issued by any institution of higher education located in the Commonwealth or any private school located

By |2019-11-27T07:37:04-05:00November 20th, 2019|analysis finished, Elections, Tier #1 OPPOSE|Comments Off on HB 19 Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements. Introduced by: Joseph C. Lindsey | all patrons … notes | add to my profiles SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED: Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements. Removes the requirement that voters show a form of identification containing a photograph in order to be allowed to vote. The bill requires a voter to show either his voter registration confirmation documents; his valid Virginia driver’s license, his valid United States passport, or any other identification issued by the Commonwealth, one of its political subdivisions, or the United States; any valid student identification card issued by any institution of higher education located in the Commonwealth or any private school located

SB 25 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. Introduced by: J. Chapman Petersen | SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED: Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. Prohibits any candidate from soliciting or accepting a contribution from any public service corporation, as defined in § 56-1, or any political action committee established and administered by such a corporation.

By |2019-11-27T07:37:56-05:00November 19th, 2019|analysis finished, Elections, Energy (Cap and Trade), Tier #1 SUPPORT|Comments Off on SB 25 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. Introduced by: J. Chapman Petersen | SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED: Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. Prohibits any candidate from soliciting or accepting a contribution from any public service corporation, as defined in § 56-1, or any political action committee established and administered by such a corporation.