Bills Passed by the House

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As of 4 p.m., Friday, February 2, 2018, the twenty-fourth day of the second regular session of the 83rd Legislature, 928 bills have been introduced in the West Virginia House of Delegates. Of those bills, 31 have passed and have been sent to the Senate for further consideration. All of these bills have passed this week:

House Bill 2546 (allowing replacement costs of employer provided property to be deducted from an employee’s final paycheck if the property is not returned) allows uniform costs to be deducted from an employee’s final paycheck if the uniform is not returned.

House Bill 2612 (repealing section relating to unattended motor vehicles and penalties) repeals the criminal penalty for leaving a vehicle running unattended.

House Bill 2799 (prohibiting the superintendent of schools from requiring a physical examination to be included to the application for a minor’s work permit) prohibits the superintendent of schools from requiring a physical examination to be included to the application for a minor’s work permit unless it is required by the prospective employer.

House Bill 2831 (relating to the reconstitution of the Driver’s Licensing Advisory Board) reconstitutes the Driver’s Licensing Advisory Board, to require one member of the board to be a licensed neurologist in this state, to require the board to respond to requests of the commissioner when necessary in the discretion of the commissioner, to delete obsolete language.

House Bill 4006 (revising the processes through which professional development is delivered for those who provide public education)

House Bill 4010 (providing no requirement to perform or host a marriage ceremony that does not conform to sincerely held religious beliefs) provides that a religious representative or spiritual assembly, church or religious organization is not required to solemnize a marriage.

House Bill 4138 (requiring certain public or private schools and daycare centers to install carbon monoxide detectors) requires all schools and daycares that use a heating system or other device that emits carbon monoxide to install a carbon monoxide detector.

House Bill 4183 (relating generally to standardized testing requirements for nonpublic schools) remove certain restrictions on achievement tests that must be administered to nonpublic students.

House Bill 4233 (relating generally to fraudulent transfers) establishes that a presumption imposes on the party against which the presumption is directed the burden of proving that the nonexistence of insolvency is more probable than its existence.

House Bill 4242 (clarifying the jurisdictional amount for removal of a civil action from magistrate court to circuit court) clarifies the jurisdictional amount for removal of a civil action from magistrate court to circuit court.

Additional House Bills

House Bill 2655 defines and establishing the crime of cyberbullying. This bill will be on third reading Monday.

House Bill 2662 prohibits the waste of game animals, game birds or game fish. This bill will be on third reading Monday.

House Bill 2696 relates to crossbow hunting. This bill will be on third reading Monday.

House Bill 4162 grants authority to the State Conservation Committee to contract for flood response. This bill will be on third reading Monday.

House Bill 4199 permits a nursing home to use trained individuals to administer medication. This bill will be on third reading Monday.

House Bill 4251 permits employees of baccalaureate institutions and universities outside of this state to be appointed to board of governors. This bill will be on third reading Monday.

House Bill 2693 relates to state ownership of wildlife. This bill will be on second reading Monday.

House Bill 4156 establishes the qualifications of full and part time nursing school faculty members. This bill will be on second reading Monday.

House Bill 4230 relates to credit for reinsurance. This bill will be on second reading Monday.

House Bill 4329 requires pawnbrokers to providing certain information to law-enforcement agencies. This bill will be on second reading Monday.

House Bill 2654 expands county commissions’ ability to dispose of county or district property. This bill will be on first reading Monday.

House Bill 3020 relates to criminal penalties for the offenses of hunting, trapping or fishing on the lands of another person. This bill will be on first reading Monday.

House Bill 4175 prevents a requirement that an advanced practice registered nurse participate in a collaborative relationship to obtain payment. This bill will be on first reading Monday.

House Bill 4178 permits certain portions of certified nurse aide training to be provided through distance learning technologies. This bill will be on first reading Monday.

House Bill 4275 relates to the law-enforcement authority of the director and officers of the division of protective services. This bill will be on first reading Monday.

House Bill 4359 relates to the removal of animals left unattended in motor vehicles. This bill will be on first reading Monday.