The House passed 13 bills today, including House Bill 2763, House Bill 2916, and House Bill 2932.
House Bill 2763 provides a mechanism for reporting cyber incident and provides for an annual report to the Joint Committee of the West Virginia Legislature. An example of a cyber incident would be a threatening actor pulling private personal information from a county board.
House Bill 2916 creates a Semi-quincentennial Commission for the celebration of the 250th anniversary of the founding of the United States of America.
House Bill 2932 prohibits a state agency or official from creating regulations beyond statute regarding the registration, reporting, or operation of foundation in West Virginia.
House Bill 2891, which creates minimum statutory standards for law-enforcement officer, was amended on second reading to drop the age requirement for municipality police officers from 21 to 18.