Legislative Agenda Update (3.2.2021) - Mon Dems

Legislative Agenda Update (3.2.2021)

House Committee Agendas (3.2.2021)


House Health and Human Resources, 9:00 a.m.

-HB 2703 – Clarify that a temporary permit to practice medicine conveys the same authority unto the holder as a license
-HB Blank – Originating Bill – Removing outdated provisions from the code
-SB 372 – Providing greater discretion to WV Board of Medicine to approve graduate clinical training

House Education, 1:00 p.m.

-Originating relating to changing the percentage of funding the School Building Authority may use for vocational schools.
-HB 2746, Establishing the behavioral health workforce education initiative at the Higher Education Policy Commission.
-HB 2546, Relating to education to children and adults housed in correctional facilities and regional jails.

House Government and Organization, 2:00 p.m.

-Consideration of HB 2701, Relating to authorizing the Division of Rehabilitation Services to approve acceptable training programs required for low vision individuals to obtain a Class G drivers license.
-Consideration of SB 280, Relating to e-commerce modernization.
-Consideration of HCR 9, Urging Congress to call a convention of states to limit terms of office of the US House of Representatives. 

House Judiciary, 4:00 p.m.

-HB 2671 – Relating to financial exploitation of elderly persons, protected persons or incapacitated adults
-HB 2221 – Relating to the establishment of an insurance innovation process
-HB 2382 – Authorizing the Department of Environmental Protection to promulgate a legislative rule relating to ambient air quality standards a. 45 CSR 8 b. 45 CSR 16 c. 45 CSR 18 d. 45 CSR 23 e. 45 CSR 33 f. 45 CSR 34 g. 45 CSR 44 h. 47 CSR 02 i. 33 CSR 20 j. 60 CSR 03

Senate Committee Agendas (3.2.2021)


Senate Transportation and Infrastructure, 10:00 a.m.

-Com. Sub. for SB 343 – Authorizing DMV to process online driver’s license or identification card change of address.
-SB 376 – Removing obsolete provisions regarding DOH standards for studded tires and chains.
-Concurrent Resolutions:
SCR 8 – Fire Chief Kenneth Junior Russell Memorial Bridge.
SCR 9 – Haynie Family Veterans Memorial Bridge.

Senate Energy, Industry and Mining, 1:00 p.m.

-SB 404 – Modifying well work permits issued by DEP Office of Oil and Gas.
Senate Health and Human Resources, 1:00 p.m.-SB 334 – Establishing license application process for harm reduction program
-SB 390 – Reorganizing Health Care Authority under DHHR and clarifying responsibilities for all-payer claims database
-SB 399 – Amending reporting requirements for Office of Health Facility Licensure and Certification’s website

Senate Education, 2:00 p.m.

-SB 375 – Relating to county boards of education policies for open enrollment -SB 435 – Requiring county superintendents to authorize certain school principals or administrators at nonpublic schools to issue work permits for enrolled students 

Senate Government Organization, 2:00 p.m.

-SB 421 – Authorizing Workforce West Virginia to hire at-will employees (CF)
-SB 429 – Exempting Division of Emergency Management from Purchasing Division requirements for certain contracts (CF)
-SB 360 – Allowing poll workers to work half days (PC)

Senate Finance, 3:00 p.m.

-CS for SB 294 – Relating generally to savings and investment programs offered by state
-SB 397 – Relating to health care provider tax
-SB 305 – Providing exemption from consumers sales and service tax for certain aircraft maintenance

Senate Judiciary, 3:00 p.m.

-Com Sub. for S. B. 469 – Permitting appearance by video for purpose of notarial act.(LG)
-Com. Sub. for S. B. 439 – Allowing use or nonuse of safety belt as admissible evidence in civil actions.(MD)
-Com Sub. for S. B. 357 – Creating 2021 Farm Bill.(LS)