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A Guide to the Governor Timothy M. Kaine, Policy Office, Records, 2002-2010 (bulk 2006-2009) Kaine, Governor Timothy M., Policy Office, Records, 2002-2010 (bulk 2006-2009) 44690 and 44701

A Guide to the Governor Timothy M. Kaine, Policy Office, Records, 2002-2010 (bulk 2006-2009)

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Accession Number 44690 and 44701


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Repository
The Library of Virginia
Accession Number
44690 and 44701
Title
Governor Timothy M. Kaine, Policy Office, Records 2002-2010 (bulk 2006-2009)
Extent
60.96 cu. ft. (174 boxes)
Language
English

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

Privacy protected and confidential information is restricted from public access for 75 years per Code of Virginia 42.1-78, 2.2-3801 and 2.2-3705.4(2). Types of restricted information may include, but are not limited to: education records and attorney-client communications. The Policy Analyst Files of Steven Gould contain education records. Office of the Attorney General legislative recommendations are restricted from public access for 75 years per Code of Virginia 42.1-78 but have not been removed from the collection.

Preferred Citation

Records of the Policy Office, Governor Timothy M. Kaine, 2003-2010 (bulk 2006-2009), Accession 44690 and 44701, State Records Collection, Library of Virginia

Acquisition Information

Office of the Governor, Patrick Henry Building, 1111 E. Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia, 23219, accession 44690 transferred on 14 January 2010.

Processing Information

The Decision Briefs, Regulations and Legislative Files series have been processed using minimal processing standards: the records have not been refoldered and the original order maintained.

Historical Information

The Policy Office is a division of the Office of the Governor in the Executive Branch of Virginia state government. During Governor Tim Kaine's administration, the Policy Office was responsible for planning and implementing the Governor's policy initiatives, including proposed legislation, as well as overseeing the Administration's response to legislation and initiatives proposed by legislators and other interested parties, managing the Governor's Office review of regulations and developing and issuing executive orders and executive directors. On 11 January 2006, Governor-elect Kaine named Brian Sheppard, then Lt. Governor Kaine's chief of staff, to serve as Policy Director. The Policy Director was assisted in his responsibilities by a Legislative Director/Deputy Policy Director (William L. Murray, January 2006-May 2007; Suzette Denslow, May 2007-January 2009; and Barbara Reese, January 2009-January 2010), Senior Advisor (Mark E. Rubin) and Policy Staff (Steven Gould, 2006-2007; Felix Safro-Katanka, Jr., 2006-2007; Gena Boyle, January 2006-December 2009; Maribel Ramos, 2006-2007; Joyce Walton; Jennie Moline, 2006-2009; Hayes Framme, 2006-2008; Marc Cheatham; and Megan Root).

Scope and Content

The Policy Office Records of Governor Timothy M. Kaine are housed in 174 boxes. The collection is arranged into five (5) series. Series have been designated for: I. Decision Briefs; II. Regulations; III. Legislative Files; IV. Executive Orders and Directives; and V. Policy Analyst Files. These records include agendas, decision briefs, correspondence, memorandums, legislative files, briefing books, meeting notes, subject files, reports, talking points and regulations. These records document the legislative and policy priorities of the Kaine administration (2006-2010). This collection also includes records from Governor Mark Warner's administration (2002-2006).

Arrangement

This collection is arranged into the following series:

I. Decision Briefs, 2005-2010 II. Regulations, 2003-2010 III. Legislative Files, 2006-2009 IV. Executive Orders and Directives, 2006-2010 V. Policy Analyst Files, 2002-2009

Contents List

I. Decision Briefs, 2005-2010 (accession 44690).
Boxes 1-6
Extent: 2.10 cubic feet (6 boxes).

The Decision Briefs series is housed in 6 boxes and is arranged alphabetically by cabinet secretary. Within each secretary, the records are filed in chronological order. The series consists of decision briefs, requests, recommendations, background information and supporting documents including correspondence and legislative citations.

This series documents Governor Kaine's responses to requests from Executive Branch agencies for expenditure of funds from various sources controlled by the Governor's Office, approval of bond sales, letters from the Governor, and issuance of executive orders. Each Decision Brief usually includes: a description of the request including background material, discussion, and conclusions by the Policy Office; a recommendation from Richard D. Brown, Director, Department of Planning and Budget; and concurrence from Secretary of Finance Jody M. Wagner, the cabinet secretary overseeing requesting agency, and the Director of Policy (Brian Sheppard), Counselor to the Governor (Lawrence Roberts, 2006-2009 and Mark E. Rubin, 2009-2010) and Chief of Staff (William H. Leighty, 2006-2007 and Wayne Turnage, 2007-2010). If all concur, the Governor then signs the brief.

Also included are referendums, disaster area requests to the Federal Government and requests for executive orders. 2009 Decision Briefs are not extant.

  • Governor Mark R. Warner Administration
    • Box 1 Folder 1
      November 2005 - January 2006
  • Secretary of Administration
    • Box 1 Folder 2
      Request for Emergency Capital Project for a Master Lease: Interstate Corporation Center (ICC) in Norfolk, Virginia, approved 2 May 2006
    • Box 1 Folder 3
      Department of General Services Request for a Deficit Loan in the Amount of $8.2 million, denied 18 August 2006
    • Box 1 Folder 4
      Compensation Board Request for Transfer of Funds ($2.5 million) to Address Projected Shortfall re VRS Rate Increase, approved 28 April 2007
    • Box 1 Folder 5
      Department of Charitable Gaming (DCG) Request for $90,000 for Implementation regarding HB 1998, approved 21 May 2007
    • Box 1 Folder 6
      Comprehensive Agreement Between Department of Forensic Science and Sheer Partners Management, Inc., approved 19 July 2007
    • Box 1 Folder 7
      Approval to Purchase 600 E. Main Street to Accommodate a Consolidated Department of Taxation Central Office, approved 21 July 2008
  • Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry
    • Box 1 Folder 8
      Referendum on the Levy of an Excise Tax on Apples, 24 April 2006
    • Box 1 Folder 9
      Referendum Authorizing an Increase on the Assessment of Cotton, approved 23 June 2006
    • Box 1 Folder 10
      Referendum on Levy of an Assessment on Manufactured Equine Feed, approved 30 June 2006
    • Box 1 Folder 11
      Letter to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Mike Johanns, Declaration of Disaster Area for Rappahannock and Pittsylvania Counties, 2 August 2006
    • Box 1 Folder 12
      Letter to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Mike Johanns, Declaration of Disaster Area for Campbell County, 22 August 2006
    • Box 1 Folder 13
      Executive Order Approval: EO for Declaration of State of Emergency to Assist Rockbridge County and Goshen due to a Critical Water Shortage (2007)
    • Box 1 Folder 14
      Federal Drought Declaration Request for Brunswick and Caroline Counties, 9 August 2007
    • Box 1 Folder 15
      Federal Drought Declaration Request for Bedford, Bland, King George, Lancaster, Loudoun and Orange Counties, 13-14 August 2007
    • Box 1 Folder 16
      Federal Drought Declaration Request for Essex, Northumberland and Warren Counties, 22 August 2007
    • Box 1 Folder 17
      Federal Drought Declaration Request for Craig, Greensville, Halifax, Rappahannock and Surry Counties, 29 August 2007
    • Box 1 Folder 18
      Federal Drought Declaration Request for Albemarle-Westmoreland Counties, 12 September 2007
    • Box 1 Folder 19
      Federal Drought Declaration Request for Campbell-Tazewell Counties, 14 September 2007
    • Box 1 Folder 20
      Executive Order 63, Declaration of a State of Emergency Arising from Heavy Winds and Brush Fires or the Potential thereof throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia (transmittal form only), March 2008
    • Box 1 Folder 21
      Approval to Designate 26.627 Acres as Part of State Forest Managed by Department of Forestry, approved 17 September 2008
  • Secretary of Commerce and Trade
    • Box 1 Folder 22
      Bond Package, Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA) Tax-Exempt Single-Family Housing Bonds ($800,000), approved 29 May 2006
    • Box 1 Folder 23
      Virginia Economic Development Partnership $3 million transfer to Higher Education Research Initiative, approved 28 August 2006
    • Box 1 Folder 24
      BRAC Grant Program Design Vehicle to Provide Grant Funding, approved October 2006
    • Box 1 Folder 25
      Virginia Small Business Financing Authority Transfer of $108,971,496 for Virginia Housing Development Authority (2006 carry forward), approved 29 December 2006
    • Box 1 Folder 26
      Awarding of State's BRAC Grants, Round One, $12.5 million, approved 29 December 2006
    • Box 1 Folder 27
      Virginia Housing Development Authority $1.3 million in Tax-Exempt Single Family Housing Bonds, approved 6 March 2007
    • Box 1 Folder 28
      Governor's Approval of Virginia Small Business Financing Authority Bond Issue, approved 11 July 2007
    • Box 1 Folder 29
      Virginia Employment Commission Closures, approved 27 March 2008
    • Box 1 Folder 30
      Grant Transfers from the City of Hampton to the Fort Monroe Federal Area Development Authority, approved 2 June 2008
    • Box 1 Folder 31
      Request for Executive Order, Private Activity Bonds: Delegation to the Director of Department of Housing and Community Development for Certification of Bond Allocation Caps, June 2008
    • Box 1 Folder 32
      Authorization to Transfer $6 million to Secretary of Commerce and Trade for SRI-Shenandoah Valley, approved June 2008
    • Box 1 Folder 33
      Recommended Approval of Grant Offer, 2008 Virginia Community Development Block Grants, approved 19 June 2008
    • Box 1 Folder 34
      Grant to Virginia Beach concerning "Military Strategic Response Fund", approved 1 July 2008
    • Box 1 Folder 35
      Recommended Approval of Grant Offer, 2008 CDBG Construction Ready Water and Sewer Fund Award, approved 21 July 2008
    • Box 1 Folder 36
      Executive Order to Allocate Housing Bond Authority, Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008, approved October 2008
    • Box 1 Folder 37
      Governor's Approval of Virginia Small Business Financing Authority Bond Issue (2), approved 13 January 2010
  • Assistant to the Governor for Commonwealth Preparedness
    • Box 2 Folder 1
      Department of Homeland Security Grants, approved 30 August 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 2
      Signing the National Capital Region Mutual Aid Agreement, approved December 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 3
      City of Virginia Beach Request for an Extension of their First BRAC Related Grant to 30 June 2008, approved 31 May 2007
    • Box 2 Folder 3a
      Awarding of the State's BRAC Grants, Round Two, approved 14 June 2007
  • Secretary of Education
    • Box 2 Folder 4
      Decision Brief - Whether to Continue to Use the Term "Governor's" as part of the "Governor's Early College Scholars Program", approved 16 February 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 5
      Request for Approval by State Board of Education to Apply for a $15,000 Grant from National Association of State Boards of Education, approved 2 May 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 6
      Science Museum - Governor's Approval to secure budget language allowing conveyance of a half acre outlying parcel in return for an easement on a property adjacent to the museum, approved May 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 7
      Department of Education - Approval to solicit and accept funds from businesses, individuals, and associations that will be used for awards to the seven regional teachers of the year and 2007 Virginia Teacher of the Year, approved, June 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 8
      Governor's Written Invitation to the Virginia Association of School Superintendents for August 10 Meeting, July 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 9
      Virginia Community College System, Acquisition of Property near Chesapeake Campus of Tidewater Community College, approved August 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 10
      Virginia Community College System, Acquisition of Property near Virginia Beach Campus of Tidewater Community College (18.8 acres), approved 7 August 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 11
      George Mason University, Construct Faculty and Staff Housing Project, approved 28 August 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 12
      Approval for the Department of General Services to proceed with the process of consolidation of the Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind at Staunton and the Virginia School for the Deaf, Blind, and Multi-disabled at Hampton, approved November 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 13
      Department of Education, Request approval to solicit and accept funds for 2007 Great Virginia Teach In, approved 8 November 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 14
      Eastern Virginia Medical School, Allotment of 2nd Year Appropriation ($4.2 million), approved 20 November 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 15
      Virginia Military Institute, Acquisition of three properties owned by VMI Foundation, Inc., approved December 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 16
      Basic Aid Funding for Fiscal Year 2007 for Highland County Public Schools, approved 29 December 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 17
      Virginia Commonwealth University Capital Project ($3 million) VCU Real Estate Foundation, approved 29 December 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 18
      Richard Bland College request for funds from Economic Contingency Account ($50,000), approved February 2007
    • Box 2 Folder 19
      Virginia Military Institute request to initiate Capital Project (Truman House Property), approved 20 February 2007
    • Box 2 Folder 20
      Jamestown 2007 infusion of $1.4 million in GF Contingency Funding re event costs, approved 20 April 2007
    • Box 2 Folder 21
      Virginia State University Capital Project to renovate Lockett Hall (estimated costs: $9.2 million), approved 28 April 2007
    • Box 2 Folder 22
      Department of Education, Permission to solicit funds from businesses et al to support 2008 Virginia Teacher of the Year Award Event, approved 16 May 2007
    • Box 2 Folder 22a
      GMU-PPEIA Agreement to Construct New Academic Building on Fairfax Campus, approved 24 July 2007
    • Box 2 Folder 23
      Authorization for University of Mary Washington to increase the scope of capital project 16803, renovation of Monroe Hall, approved 1 August 2008
    • Box 2 Folder 24
      Approval of adjustments to state share of Basic Aid funding to Highland County Public Schools, approved, 17 September 2008
  • Secretary of Finance
    • Box 2 Folder 25
      Bond Package, Virginia Small Business Financing Authority (VSBFA), $78 million, Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters, approved January 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 26
      Bond Package, VHDA Tax Exempt Rental Housing Bonds to Finance Multi-Family Housing Developments, approved 28 February 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 27
      Treasury, City of Chesapeake Escheat Sale (approval form only), approved March 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 28
      DGS $72,000 for evaluating 06-08 capital budget requests, approved 3 March 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 29
      Bond Package, $102,965,000 Commonwealth of Virginia General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2006A, approved March 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 30
      Bond Package, 9(c) Bond Bill (HB 77/S 28 2006), approved 6 March 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 31
      Treasury/DRM, $500,000 in legal fees in Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. v. Demerst B. Smith and Jim's Motorcycle, Inc. d/b/a Atlas Honda/Yamaha, approved 10 March 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 32
      Treasury, Order of Sale for County of Bedford Escheat Sale (approval form only), approved March 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 33
      Treasury, Order of Sale for County of Henrico Escheat Sale (approval form only), approved March 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 34
      Treasury, Order of Sale for City of Lynchburg Escheat Sale (approval form only), approved March 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 35
      Bond Package, VCU General Revenue Pledge Bonds, Series 2006A and 2006B ($75 million), approved 7 April 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 36
      Legal Fees for BRAC ($100,000), approved 7 April 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 37
      GMU to finalize agreement on Truland Building, approved 11 April 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 38
      Virginia Commonwealth University General Revenue Pledge Bonds, approved 18 April 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 39
      Legal Fees, DRM, Tevis Brandon representation in case of John Atkins v. Commonwealth of Virginia, et al., approved April 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 40
      Virginia College Building Authority Education Facilities Revenue Bonds (21st Century College and Equipment Programs), 2006A, approved May 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 41
      DPB Request for authorization to transfer up to $175,000 from Central Appropriations Developing Legal Strategies (BRAC), approved 22 May 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 42
      DPB Authorization of a deficit loan to fund the anticipated shortfall in various agency budgets resulting from movement of the July 3 pay-date, approved 26 May 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 43
      Federal Allotment of Low Income Home Energy Association Program (LIHEAP) Funding: $33 million for FY2006 (Federal), approved 6 June 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 44
      Treasury, Order of Sale for Henrico County Escheat Sale (approval form only), approved June 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 45
      DPB, Transfer of $79,738 from Economic Contingency Fund to cover unfunded costs of severance and WTA costs, approved 7 June 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 46
      Bond Sale, Virginia Housing Development Authority Bond Issue, approved 14 June 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 47
      Dept. of Treasury, Escheat Routing Form, Grants from Bedford County, approved July 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 48
      Dept. of Treasury, Escheat Sale, City of Chesapeake, approved 7 July 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 49
      Bond Package, Virginia College Authority Bond Issue for Regent University, approved 13 July 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 50
      Virginia Horse Center Foundation Payment of $783,080, approved 13 July 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 51
      DPB Transfer up to $238,000 from Central Appropriations for Consolidated Mail Initiative, approved July 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 52
      DPB, Virginia Environmental Emergency Response Fund Authority to spend up to $145,00 for carbon filtration units, approved July 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 53
      Virginia Public Building Authority ($135 million) Public Facilities Revenue Bonds, Series 2006A, approved 7 August 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 54
      Virginia College Building Authority Bond Issue for Washington and Lee University, approved 7 August 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 55
      Governor's Approval of Virginia Small Business Financing Authority Bond Issue Re: Community Residences, Inc. and Community Havens, Inc., approved 7 August 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 56
      $120 million Virginia College Building Authority Variable Rate Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds, approved 11 September 2006
    • Box 2 Folder 57
      Virginia College Building Authority Variable Rate Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (21st Century College and Equipment Programs) Series 2006A and 2006B, approved 15 September 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 1
      Bond Issue, Virginia Biotechnology Research Partnership Authority Tax-Exempt Revenue Bonds, approved 29 September 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 2
      Bond Issue, Virginia Port Authority, Port Facility Revenue Bonds issuance up to $90 million, approved 13 October 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 3
      Bond package, Virginia College Building Authority bond issuance for Shenandoah University, approved 1 November 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 4
      Bond package, Virginia College Building Authority bond issuance for University of Richmond, approved 1 November 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 5
      Bond package, Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA) Tax Exempt to Rental Housing Bonds, approved 6 November 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 6
      Bond Issue, Virginia Small Business Financing Authority, $22 million in tax-exempt revenue refunding bonds, approved 8 November 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 7
      General Obligation Bonds, Series 2006B, approved November 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 8
      Virginia Public Building Authority $28 million in Public Facilities Revenue Bonds, Series 2006B, approved 20 November 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 9
      Virginia Housing Development Authority $27,120,000 in tax-exempt rental housing bonds, approved 20 November 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 10
      Virginia College Building Authority $156,130,000 Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Public Higher Education Financing Program), Series 2006A, approved 27 November 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 11
      Dept. of Planning and Budget request for transfer ($108,713) re: cost of Senior Advisor for Workforce Development, approved, 29 December 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 12
      9(c) Bond Bill for 2007 Session, approved 19 January 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 13
      Virginia College Building Authority $59,125,000 Educational Facilities Revenue Refunding Bonds, approved February 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 14
      9(c) Bond Bill for 2007 Session Supplemental Opinion, approved 6 February 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 15
      Amendments to the University of Virginia Commercial Paper Program, approved March 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 16
      Eastern Virginia Medical School line of credit, approved March 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 17
      Authorization for DPB to transfer $234,272 for Program Evaluation Services in Central Appropriations (Virginia Performs/COVF), approved 13 March 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 18
      Virginia Port Authority, Port Facilities Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2007, approved 11 April 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 19
      Request for Order of Sale for the County of Bedford, approved 23 April 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 20
      Virginia Housing Development Authority bond issue, approved 23 April 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 21
      Supreme Court of Virginia, transfer $3.5 million for the Criminal Fund, approved 7 June 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 21a
      Virginia and Small Business Financing Authority Tax-Exempt Revenue Bonds (up to $10,000,00), approved 8 June 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 21b
      $146,110,000 Commonwealth of Virginia General Obligation Bonds, Series 2007A, approved 15 June 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 22
      Reduction Plan for the remainder of FY2008, approved 10 April 2008
    • Box 3 Folder 23
      Virginia Commonwealth University General Revenue Pledge Bonds, Series 2006A/2006B, approved 4 June 2008
    • Box 3 Folder 24
      Bond Package, VCBA Bonds (21st Century College and Equipment Programs), Series 2008A, approved 4 June 2008
    • Box 3 Folder 25
      Bond Package, Commonwealth General Obligation Bonds, 2008A, approved 13 June 2008
    • Box 3 Folder 26
      Approval of Virginia Port Authority Bond Issue, approved 20 June 2008
    • Box 3 Folder 27
      Bond Package, Supplements to UVA Outstanding Bond Resolutions, approved 1 July 2008
    • Box 3 Folder 27a
      Virginia Small Business Financing Authority Issuance of up to $14.5 million in tax-exempt revenue bonds on behalf of the Friendship Foundation, Friendship Health and Rehab Center, Inc., Eastwood Assisted Living, Inc., and Friendship Apartment Village Corporation, approved 11 July 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 28
      Bond Package, Approval of VA Small Business Financing Authority (VSBFA) Bond Issue, approved 1 August 2008
    • Box 3 Folder 29
      Bond Package, Virginia Public Building Authority Public Facilities Revenue Bonds, Series 2008B and 2008C, approved 12 August 2008
    • Box 3 Folder 30
      Bond Package, Governor's Approval of Virginia Small Business Financing Authority, approved 21 August 2008
    • Box 3 Folder 31
      Governor's approval of Virginia Housing Development Authority Bonds, approved 15 September 2008
    • Box 48 Folder 6
      Bond Issues, 2009
  • Secretary of Health and Human Resources
    • Box 3 Folder 32
      Payment of Medicare Part D Prescription Drugs, approved 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 33
      Local departments of social services, authorization of a deficit loan up to $19 million to ensure payments and services, approved 19 May 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 34
      Virginia Dept. of Social Services, Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grant, approved May 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 35
      Virginia Dept. of Social Services, Authorization for commission to finalize and sign settlement agreement with HHS, approved May 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 36
      Signature Designee, Virginia Refugee Resettlement State Plan, approved May 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 37
      Dept. of Social Services, continue with implementation of TANF Reauthorization Plan, approved June 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 38
      Letter from Governor Kaine designating Commissioner Anthony Conyers, Jr., as lead agent and person responsible for the certification of assurance in connection with the Community Services Block Grant funding program, approved 6 July 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 39
      Governor's Letter to Delegate Phil Hamilton concerning assisted living regulations proposed by Dept. of Social Services, dated 10 July 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 40
      Request for the Governor to declare the month of August 2006 as Child Support Enforcement Month in Virginia, approved July 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 41
      Virginia Dept.of Health purchase of antiviral medications, approved July 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 42
      Certification and administration of the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, approved 26 July 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 43
      Designation of Arlington as a Community Action Agency, approved 26 July 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 44
      Virginia Office for Protection and Advocacy, Application for Client Assistance Program grant for fiscal year 2007, approved 5 September 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 45
      Citizenship/Identity requirements of the Deficit Reduction Act (DRA) of 2005, approved 4 October 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 46
      Approval for Virginia Department of Aging to accept a sponsorship contribution in the amount of $20,000 from Wachovia Securities, LLC for the purpose of supporting "Community Conversations", approved 3 November 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 47
      Governor's signature on Certification and Assurance Statement required for Virginia's continued funding from the federal Preventive Health and Health Services (PHHS) Block Grant, approved 3 November 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 48
      Virginia Department of Health, Purchase of antiviral course of treatment (773,304 medications), approved 20 November 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 49
      Governor's designation of Secretary Tavenner as responsible individual for the certification of assurances in connection with Federal grant funding requests made by HHR departments of the Commonwealth, approved 1 December 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 50
      Letter to Roger Brady, CEO of Monroe Health Center Grant Application Endorsement, dated 4 December 2006
    • Box 3 Folder 51
      Virginia Dept. of the Aging, DVD Production Cost of $80,000, approved 22 January 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 52
      Citizen's Energy Corporation, approved 13 February 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 53
      Dept. of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services PPEA/Hancock Geriatric Treatment Center/Eastern State, approved 21 February 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 54
      Designation of Prince William County, Manassas City and Manassas Park City as Medically Underserved Population, approved March 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 55
      Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) Grant Program, approved 23 April 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 56
      Virginia Dept. of Social Services designation as the lead agency for the Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grant, approved 15 May 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 57
      Bond Issue, Virginia College Building Authority for Roanoke College, approved 21 May 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 58
      Virginia Dept. of Social Services, Letter to rescind Powhatan-Goochland Community Action Agency's designation as the community action agency for Goochland, approved 4 June 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 59
      Signature on Annie E. Casey Virginia Child Welfare Engagement letter, approved 7 June 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 60
      Virginia Dept. of Social Services, Request to Designate Richmond Community Action Program (RCAP) as the Community Action Agency (CAA) for Powhatan County, approved 27 July 2007
    • Box 3 Folder 61
      Virginia Dept. of Social Services, Request to Rescind Powhatan Goochland Community Action Agency's (PGCAA) Designation as a Community Action Agency (CAA), approved 30 July 2007
    • Box 4 Folder 1
      Approval to establish the "Commonwealth Consortium for Criminal Justice/Mental Health Transformation", approved February 2008
    • Box 4 Folder 2
      Approval of Litigation against SupportKids, approved 5 February 2008
    • Box 4 Folder 3
      Approval for Dept. of Social Services (DSS) to become lead agency for application and administration of the federal Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention (CBCAP) Grant, approved April 2008
    • Box 4 Folder 4
      Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) (transmittal form only), approved 25 April 2008
    • Box 4 Folder 5
      Executive order for renewal of EO 13 and 15 to create the Governor's Advisory Board for National and Community Service to maintain receipt of $3 million in federal funding, approved 5 May 2008
    • Box 4 Folder 6
      Executive order 71 to establish the Governor's Commission on Immigration, approved with modification 30 June 2008
    • Box 4 Folder 7
      Approval for Virginia Department for the Aging (VDA) to be designated as developer and submitter for the Title V Senior Community Service Employment Program State Plan, approved 24 June 2008
    • Box 4 Folder 8
      Planning Resolution between Secretary of Health and Human Services Michael O. Leavitt and Governor Tim Kaine of Virginia, undated
  • Legislature
    • Box 4 Folder 9
      2006 Contested Amendment Votes, Budget Bill
    • Box 4 Folder 10
      2006 Legislative Session (Regular), Bills Received for Governor's Action
    • Box 4 Folder 11
      2006 Legislative Session (Regular), Bills Signed by the Governor
    • Box 4 Folder 12
      2006 Legislative Session (Regular), Bills Sent for Review
    • Box 4 Folder 13
      2006 Legislative Session and Budget Accomplishment Talking Points
    • Box 4 Folder 14
      2008 General Assembly Special Session Proclamation
    • Box 4 Folder 15
      2008 Bills Received for Governor's Action
    • Box 4 Folder 16
      2008 Bills Signed by Governor
    • Box 4 Folder 17
      2008 Amendments
    • Box 4 Folder 18
      2008 Bills Vetoed by Governor
    • Box 4 Folder 19
      2008 Special Session II, Bills Received and Bills Signed
  • Secretary of Natural Resources
    • Box 4 Folder 20
      Capital Lease for DEQ Tidewater Regional Office (approval form only), approved April 2006
    • Box 4 Folder 21
      DEQ, Governor's approval to make payment of funds currently held in the Virginia Environmental Emergency Response Fund (VEERF), approved 10 October 2006
    • Box 4 Folder 22
      DEQ, Governor's approval to make payment of funds currently held in order to conduct scientific investigations to identify the causes of extensive fish kills in the Shenandoah River and its North and South Forks, approved 10 October 2006
    • Box 4 Folder 23
      DEQ, Governor's approval to make payment of funds, approved 18 October 2006
    • Box 4 Folder 24
      The Combined Sewer Overflow Fund, Directing a balance of $650,000 in interest income currently uncommitted to the City of Lynchburg, approved 23 October 2006
    • Box 4 Folder 25
      DEQ Request for the Governor to nominate two proposals for EPA's 2006/2007 Targeted Watershed Grants program, approved 8 November 2006
    • Box 4 Folder 26
      Governor's signature on letter for submission of the Virginia Invasive Species Management Program (VISMP) to the National Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force (NANSTF), approved 6 December 2006
    • Box 4 Folder 27
      Governor's Letter to Shannon Valentine concerning funding for the CSO project in Lynchburg, dated 14 December 2006
    • Box 4 Folder 28
      Request to include the Loudoun Dump Site on the National Priorities List (Superfund), approved December 2006
    • Box 4 Folder 29
      DEQ Emergency Capital Project (Capital Lease) Ten-Year Lease for Office Space for Agency's Existing Headquarters, approved 29 December 2006
    • Box 4 Folder 30
      DEQ Transfer from payments for Special or Unanticipated Expenditures (Economic Contingency) Program, approved 29 December 2006
    • Box 4 Folder 31
      Signature on the Charter of the Highlands Action Program, approved 25 January 2007
    • Box 4 Folder 32
      Dept. of Game and Inland Fisheries and Virginia Commonwealth University Capital Lease, approved 22 February 2007
    • Box 4 Folder 33
      DEQ Emergency Capital Project, approved 8 May 2007
    • Box 4 Folder 34
      Letter to Stephen Johnson (EPA) commending and urging sustained support for the Highlands Action Program, approved 31 May 2007
    • Box 4 Folder 35
      Governor's approval to join the Climate Registry, approved 21 May 2007
    • Box 4 Folder 35a
      FMFADA Request for Funding in the Amount of $60,600, approved 18 June 2007
    • Box 4 Folder 36
      Additional $15,000 to be authorized for expenditure from the VEERF by DEQ to install and maintain carbon filtration unit Broad Run Farms in Loudoun County, approved 19 May 2008
    • Box 4 Folder 37
      Governor's signature on the Potomac Watershed Trash Treaty, approved 1 July 2008
    • Box 4 Folder 38
      Hampton Roads Sanitation District, Approval of installation of sewage system at Brick Kiln Creek by Governor's letter, approved 2 October 2008
    • Box 4 Folder 39
      Permission for DCR to purchase 131 acre land plot in Lee County and living trust from Ms. Carolyn Chance, approved 9 October 2008
  • Secretary of Public Safety
    • Box 4 Folder 40
      Wise County/Big Stone Gap Water Shortage; Community Development Block Grant Emergency Request, approved 18 February 2006
    • Box 4 Folder 41
      Governor's approval of recommendations of the Commonwealth Medal of Valor Review Board, approved 30 March 2006
    • Box 4 Folder 42
      Request for an increase of $42,657 to Dept. of Juvenile Justice general fund appropriation for maintenance reserve to reflect revenues derived from the sale of a parcel of surplus property, approved 25 May 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 1
      Request approval of Emergency Alert System Plan as presented, approved 26 May 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 2
      Parole Board, additional General Fund Appropriation, approved 29 May 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 3
      Request for Governor's signature on letter to enable Virginia to access the Children's Justice Act funds, approved June 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 4
      Dept. of Emergency Management, Reimbursement of costs incurred by state agencies related to Tropical Storm/Hurricane Ophelia, approved July 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 5
      FEMA-Commonwealth agreement covering major disaster declaration for the June-July severe storms, approved July 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 6
      Governor's letter to President George W. Bush requesting a major disaster for 13 counties and independent cities, dated 18 July 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 7
      Governor's letter to President George W. Bush acknowledging receipt of disaster declaration, dated 21 July 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 8
      Dept. of Emergency Management funding for three disasters ($451,317), approved 1 August 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 9
      Letter to President George W. Bush appealing decision to deny request for individual assistance after major disaster, dated 4 August 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 10
      Letter to Frank Skaggs, Small Business Administration Director asking for a SBA Disaster Declaration, dated 15 August 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 11
      Governor's signature on the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Five Star Statement of Support, approved August 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 12
      Approval of the 2007 Commonwealth of Virginia Strategic Plan for Statewide Communications Interoperability, approved August 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 13
      Authorization of funding from Governor's Economic Contingency Fund or other sources in the amount of $250,000 for the completion of the Virginia Hurricane Evacuation Study, approved 30 August 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 14
      Review and sign off on the submitted chapter about Virginia's experiences and preparedness for natural disasters, approved August 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 15
      Request for permission to solicit donations from private companies to fund the publication of a new identity theft prevention guide, approved 7 September 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 16
      Letter to President George W. Bush requesting a disaster declaration as a result of Tropical Storm Ernesto, dated 8 September 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 17
      Establishing the Governor's Office for Substance Abuse Prevention collaborative through the signing of an Executive Order, approved 30 October 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 18
      Names for two correctional facilities under construction in the Commonwealth, approved 8 November 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 19
      Dept. of Emergency Management addition to state fund training totaling $204,538, approved 21 November 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 20
      Dept. of Emergency Management release of $2,171,104 for disaster planning and operations, approved 20 February 2007
    • Box 5 Folder 21
      Name change for the correctional unit known as Pocahontas Correctional Unit 13, approved 6 March 2007
    • Box 5 Folder 22
      US Strategic Command and Control Center at Richmond IAP, approved 27 March 2007
    • Box 5 Folder 23
      Governor's signature on application for Federal Children's Justice Act funds, approved 28 March 2007
    • Box 5 Folder 24
      Dept. of Emergency Management request for transfer of funds re: Tropical Storm Ernesto, approved 28 April 2007
    • Box 5 Folder 25
      Approval of the 2006 Commonwealth Public Safety Medal of Valor and 2006 Commonwealth Public Safety Meritorious Medals, approved 17 May 2007
    • Box 5 Folder 26
      Dept. of Military Affairs, letter of congratulations to Major General Guy C. Swan, dated 29 May 2007
    • Box 5 Folder 27
      Dept. of Military Affairs approval of a formal nomination for Colonel Sutherland as the next United States Property and Fiscal Officer of Virginia, approved 30 May 2007
    • Box 5 Folder 28
      Dept. of Emergency Management, transfer of $1,184,690 for Commonwealth Emergency Relief for Localities re: rainfall/flood on 6-7 October 2006, approved 19 July 2007
    • Box 5 Folder 29
      Dept. of Corrections, approval of the interim agreement with Balfour Beatty Moseley, LLC, approved 24 July 2007
    • Box 5 Folder 30
      Virginia Dept. of Emergency Management (VDEM) re Virginia Tech, approved 15 August 2007
    • Box 5 Folder 31
      Approval and signature on Dept. of Military Affairs MOA to authorize the Secretary of the Air Force's designated authority to order members of the VA Air National Guard to active duty with consent, approved 30 April 2008
    • Box 5 Folder 32
      Dept. of Corrections request to transfer $637,781 from the Miscellaneous Contingency Reserve Account to cover the costs it incurred during November and December 2007 hunting for an inmate who escaped from prison, approved 4 June 2008
    • Box 5 Folder 33
      Dept. of Emergency Management request for approval to establish framework to implement the Emergency Services and Disaster Law of 2000, approved 6 June 2008
    • Box 5 Folder 33a
      Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), approved 15 June 2007
    • Box 5 Folder 34
      Approval of updated Memorandum of Agreement in support of the National Search and Rescue Plan, approved 16 June 2008
    • Box 5 Folder 35
      Dept. of Military Affairs request for Governor to endorse position on Homeland Security assets at Va Air National Guard Base on RIA and sign letters, approved 25 June 2008
    • Box 5 Folder 36
      Executive Order to request the Army National Guard remove the stranded helicopter from the helo pad at the Roanoke Memorial Hospital, approved 27 June 2008
    • Box 5 Folder 37
      Approval of 2007 Commonwealth Public Safety Medal of Valor and Meritorious Service medals, approved 21 July 2008
    • Box 5 Folder 38
      Approval and Governor's signature for Virginia Air National Guard State Plan FY2009, approved 24 July 2008
    • Box 5 Folder 39
      Senator Colgan requests financial assistance for Town of Haymarket for costs incurred due to heavy rains that flooded Town property, approved 2 September 2008
    • Box 5 Folder 40
      Approval for administrative actions to take place to fund $1,237,772 to support Sittler and Barfoot Veterans Care Center throughout FY2009, approved 12 September 2008
    • Box 48 Folder 7
      Decision Briefs, 2009
  • Secretary of Technology
    • Box 5 Folder 41
      Virginia Information Technologies Agency "Generic Enterprise Information Dashboard", approved 30 August 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 41a
      Creation of the Enterprise Solutions Group invest of $4.25 million (biennium) secured by the Council on Virginia's Future, approved 14 December 2006
  • Secretary of Transportation
    • Box 5 Folder 42
      Governor's 2006 Transportation Bills
    • Box 5 Folder 43
      Outsourcing the printing and mailing of vehicle renewal notices, approved April 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 44
      Governor's action to award financial assistance from the Transportation Partnership Opportunity Fund to the Virginia Dept. of Transportation (VDOT) for preliminary project activities associated with the U.S. Route 460 Coalfields Connector and Coalfields Expressway, approved April 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 45
      Dept. of Motor Vehicles, Special capital project for the purpose of receipt of property as a gift, approved 29 May 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 46
      Transportation Partnership Opportunity Fund to the State Route 28 Highway Transportation Improvement District Commission, approved 29 May 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 47
      VDOT Loudoun County Pilot Program: letter from District Administrator Dennis C. Morrison to Julie Pastor, ALCP Director, dated 12 July 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 48
      Adjust study area for the boundary of the Richmond Metropolitan Planning Organization to include New Kent County, approved July 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 49
      Award financial assistance from the Transportation Partnership Opportunity Fund to the City of Newport News' Industrial Development Authority, approved 22 August 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 50
      Governor's action to award financial assistance from the Transportation Partnership Opportunity Fund to Flour Virginia, Inc., approved 22 August 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 51
      Award financial assistance from the Transportation Partnership Opportunity Fund to the State Route 28 Highway Transportation Improvement District Commission for improvements to the Route 28 corridor, approved 22 August 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 52
      Letter from Larry Roberts to Michael Banzhaf concerning FOIA information for Loudoun County Pilot Project, dated 24 August 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 53
      Commonwealth of Virginia Strategic Highway Safety Plan, approved 13 October 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 54
      Virginia Dept. of Transportation convey, fee simple, parcel of property to Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, approved 18 October 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 55
      2006/2007 certification for the Governor's approval and signature certifying that the Commonwealth continues to comply with 23 U.S.C. 159(3)(A), approved 28 December 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 56
      Governor's approval on a proposed final traffic impact analysis regulation, approved 29 December 2006
    • Box 5 Folder 57
      Transportation Partnership Opportunity Fund $5 million grant to the Town of Leesburg, approved 12 February 2007
    • Box 5 Folder 58
      Transportation Partnership Opportunity Fund-Coalfields Expressway Project, approved 3 April 2008
    • Box 5 Folder 59
      Grant transfer from the Transportation Partnership Opportunity Fund to Prince George County, approved 19 May 2008
    • Box 6 Folder 1
      Approval of $14,700,000 grant for the widening of US Route 50, approved 13 June 2008
    • Box 6 Folder 2
      Request for the approval of an update of Executive Order 57 (1999)delegation of responsibilities to the Secretary of Transportation, approved 1 July 2008
    • Box 6 Folder 3
      Approval for VDOT to utilize $1 million of the 2006 Appropriation Act to purchase 3.488 acres from James City County, approved 10 October 2008
  • Workforce Development
    • Box 6 Folder 4
      Governor's Discretionary Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Funds, approved 12 September 2006
    • Box 6 Folder 5
      Notification to US Dept. of Labor of changes in Workforce Investment Act (WIA) officials for Virginia, approved 20 September 2006
    • Box 6 Folder 6
      Letter of support from the Governor for Virginia's application to build and operate the nation's Large-Scale Blade Test Facility, dated 8 November 2006
    • Box 6 Folder 7
      Approval of the Virginia Workforce Council recommendations to grant incentive awards to six local workforce investment boards (WIBs), approved fall 2006?
    • Box 6 Folder 8
      Approval of Virginia Workforce Council and Senior Advisor for Workforce recommendations on the awarding of grants to be made available with WIA Discretionary Funds, approved 31 January 2007
    • Box 6 Folder 9
      Recommendations for grant awards, Governor's Discretionary Funds under the WIA for FY2007, approved 25 April 2007
    • Box 6 Folder 10
      Governor's signature on submission to the US Dept. of Labor with the WIA and Wagner-Peyser State Plan, approved 28 April 2007
    • Box 6 Folder 11
      Approval of application to support implementation of Workforce Development Strategic Plan, approved 14 June 2007
    • Box 6 Folder 12
      Letter to DOL for VCCS as WIA grant recipient, approved 28 March 2008
    • Box 6 Folder 13
      Workforce grant award for DHP for the establishment of a workforce data center, approved 22 April 2008
    • Box 6 Folder 14
      Approval of $50,000 from WIA Discretionary Funds to the VA Career Education Foundation to fund the career awareness issue, approved 19 May 2008
    • Box 6 Folder 15
      Approval of revisions to WIA state plan, approved 23 May 2008
    • Box 6 Folder 16
      WIA State Plan, approved 1 August 2008
    • Box 6 Folder 17
      Approval of grant to local WIA's totaling $229,939 from Governor's Discretionary Fund to make up for miscalculations by VEC, approved 15 September 2008
    • Box 6 Folder 18
      Approval of grant award for $250,000 from Governor's Discretionary Fund for Canon Project, approved 17 September 2008
    • Box 6 Folder 19
      Approval of grant award for $250,000 from Governor's Discretionary Fund for Career Readiness Certificate (CRC), approved 17 September 2008
II. Regulations, 2003-2010 (accession 44690).
Boxes 7-48
Extent: 14.70 cubic feet (42 boxes).

The Regulations series is housed in 42 boxes and is arranged by cabinet secretary and alphabetically by state agency therein. The series consists of regulation review forms, memorandums, recommendations, and summary of regulations.

This series documents the Kaine Administration's executive branch review of Virginia's Regulatory Process. Before a regulation become available for public comment on Town Hall, Virginia's regulatory web site , it often undergoes review by the Department of Planning and Budget, the responsible Cabinet Secretary and the Governor (via the Policy Office). The Office of the Attorney General also may review the regulation. Each regulation reviewed by the Policy Office usually includes a Regulatory Review Form, memorandum(s) from the Department of Planning and Budget (DPB) and the Town Hall posting.

The Regulatory Review Form for each regulation usually includes: a summary of the regulation and all amendments, explicit legislative mandate, a fiscal impact statement, summary of the Department of Planning and Budget recommendation, agency and cabinet review, and Policy Office review with recommendation(s). The form is then initialed for approval or disapproval by a policy analyst (Gena Boyle, William Murray, Suzette Denslow, Jennie Moline, Maribel Ramos, Megan Root, Steven Gould, Marc Cheatham or Barbara Reese), Director of Policy (Brian Shepard), Senior Policy Advisor (Mark E. Rubin, 2006-2009), Counselor to the Governor (Lawrence Roberts, 2006-2009 or Mark E. Rubin, 2009-2010), Chief of Staff (William H. Leighty, 2006-2007 or Wayne Turnage, 2007-2010) and in some instances Governor Kaine.

The memorandums from the Department of Planning and Budget were written to the Governor (through the responsible cabinet secretary) by the head of DPB (Richard D. Brown, 2006-2008 or Daniel S. Timberlake, 2008-2010). Each memo summarizes the background of each regulation and contains DPB's recommendation. The Town Hall posting includes Notice of Intended Regulatory Action (NOIRA) and includes public comments.

Regulations are from agencies under the Secretary of Administration, Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry, Secretary of Commerce and Trade, Secretary of Education, Secretary of Finance, Secretary of Health and Human Resources, Secretary of Natural Resources, Secretary of Public Safety, and Secretary of Transportation. Some regulations for November-December 2009 and January 2010 are filed at the end of this series. The majority of regulations are from the Commerce and Trade and Health and Human Resources Secretariats. A few regulations are from the Warner Administration (2002-2006).

  • ADMINISTRATION, Secretary of
    • Department of Charitable Gaming
      • Box 7 Folder 1
        Charitable Game Board - Supplier Regulations: 11 VAC 15-31, 2484/4332
      • Box 7 Folder 2
        Charitable Gaming Rules and Regulations: 11 VAC 15-22, 2483/4331
      • Box 7 Folder 3
        Charitable Gaming Rules and Regulations - Amendments to reflect Chapter 264: 11 VAC 15-22, 2543/4431
      • Box 7 Folder 4
        Amendments to reflect Chapters 226, 347, 160 (2007 Acts of Assembly): 11 VAC 15-22, 2483/4548
      • Box 7 Folder 5
        Supplier Regulations, Amendments to reflect Chapters 196, 790 (2007 Acts of Assembly): 11 VAC 15-31, 2484/4549
    • Department of General Services
      • Box 7 Folder 6
        Regulations Governing the Certification of Non-Commercial Laboratories: 1 VAC 30-45, 1165/3136
    • Department of Health and Human Resources
      • Box 7 Folder 7
        Commonwealth of Virginia Health Benefits Program: 1 VAC 55-20, 1731/3139
      • Box 7 Folder 8
        Administration of the long-term care plan for state employees, retirees and terminated vested participants of the Virginia Retirement System: 1 VAC 55-30, 1633/3348
      • Box 7 Folder 9
        Commonwealth of Virginia Long Term Care Program: 1 VAC 55-30, 1633/3965
  • AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY, Secretary of
    • Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
      • Box 7 Folder 10
        Licensing of Pesticide Business Operating Under Authority of the Virginia Pesticide Control Act: 2 VAC 20-40, 856/3529
      • Box 7 Folder 11
        Regulations Governing Pesticide Applicator Certification under Authority of Virginia Pesticide Control Act-Certification Amendment: 2 VAC 20-51, 1426/3813
      • Box 7 Folder 12
        Regulations to Eradicate Scrapie from Virginia Sheep and Goats: 2 VAC 5-206, 1309/3814
      • Box 7 Folder 13
        Regulations to Eradicate Scrapie from Virginia Sheep and Goats: 2 VAC 5-206, 1309/4605
      • Box 7 Folder 14
        Rules and Regulations Pertaining to the Disposal of Entire Flocks of Dead Poultry-Adds "Composting" as a Method to Destroy the Spread of Contagious Disease: 2 VAC 5-200, 2467/4303
      • Box 7 Folder 15
        Regulations Governing Milk for Manufacturing Purposes: 2 VAC 5-531, 2560/4471
      • Box 7 Folder 16
        Control and Eradication of Pullorum Disease and Fowl Typhoid in Poultry Flocks and Hatcheries and Products thereof in Virginia-Updates Language to Reflect Name Change for the National Poultry Improvement Plan: 2 VAC 5-90, 2568/4479
      • Box 7 Folder 17
        Governing Licensing of Pesticide Business Operation under Authority of the Virginia Pesticide Control Act: 2 VAC 20-40, 2581/4494
      • Box 7 Folder 18
        Governing the Prevention, Control and Eradication of Brucellosis of Cattle in Virginia: 2 VAC 5-50, 2567/4478
      • Box 7 Folder 19
        Rules and Regulations for the Enforcement of the Virginia Fertilizer Law: 2 VAC 5-400, 2578/4491
      • Box 7 Folder 20
        Governing the Cooling, Storing, Sampling and Transportation of Milk: 2 VAC 5-501, 2572/4485
      • Box 7 Folder 21
        Governing the Transportation of Companion Animals: 2 VAC 5-150, 2576/4489
      • Box 7 Folder 22
        Enforcement of the Virginia Pesticide Law: 2 VAC 20-20, 2580/4493
      • Box 7 Folder 23
        Governing Pseudorabies in Virginia: 2 VAC 5-180, 2577/4490
      • Box 7 Folder 24
        Rules and Regulations Pertaining to Reporting Requirements for Contagious and Infectious Diseases of Livestock and Poultry in Virginia: 2 VAC 5-30, 2566/4477
      • Box 8 Folder 1
        Rules and Regulations Governing the Production, Processing and Sale of Ice Cream, Frozen Desserts, and Similar Products-Amending 2 VAC 5-510 Based on Recommendations of the Attorney General's Government and Regulatory Reform Task Force: 2 VAC 5-510, 2559/4470
      • Box 8 Folder 2
        Health Requirements Governing the Control of Equine Infectious Anemia in Virginia-Repeals the Alternate Testing Requirements for Horses Assembled for Sale or Auction: 2 VAC 5-70, 2464/4298
      • Box 8 Folder 3
        Public Participation Guidelines, Amending Based on Recommendations of the Attorney General's Task Force: 2 VAC 20-10, 2579/4492
      • Box 8 Folder 4
        Repealing the Regulations Governing the Qualifications for Humane Investigators: 2 VAC 5-100, 2663/4637
      • Box 8 Folder 5
        Regulations for the Application of Fertilizer to Nonagricultural Lands, Promulgating New Regulation Required by SB 135 (2008): 2 VAC 5-405, 2781/4774
      • Box 8 Folder 6
        Rules and Regulations Pertaining to the Disposal of Entire Flocks of Dead Poultry-Adds "Composting" as a Method of Disposing of Poultry Destroyed to Prevent the Spread of a Contagious Disease and Amends the Definitions to Include Composting and Amends the Requirement Pertaining to Disposal Plans: 2 VAC 5-200, 2467/4649
      • Box 8 Folder 7
        Pesticide Control Board, Regulations Governing Pesticide Applicator Certification under Authority of Virginia Pesticide Control Act, Certification Amendment: 2 VAC 20-51, 1426/4610
      • Box 8 Folder 8
        Charitable Gaming Board, Supplier Regulations, Chapter 264 (2007 Acts of Assembly) added "electronic games of chance systems for charitable gaming in the Commonwealth": 11 VAC 15-31, 3085/5201
      • Box 8 Folder 9
        Health Requirements Governing the Admission of Livestock, Poultry, Companion Animals, and Other Animals or Birds into Virginia: 2 VAC 5-140, 3007/5093
      • Box 8 Folder 10
        Rules and Regulations for the Enforcement of the Endangered Plant and Insect Species Act-Amendments to the Lists of Endangered and Threatened Plant and Insect Species: 2 VAC 5-320, 2993/5067
      • Box 8 Folder 11
        Rules and Regulations Pertaining to the Disposal of Entire Flocks of Dead Poultry-Adds Composting as Method of Poultry Disposal to Prevent Spread of Disease: 2 VAC 5-200, 2467/5089
      • Box 8 Folder 12
        Pesticide Control Board - Regulations for Pesticide Containers and Containment Under Authority of the Virginia Pesticide Control Act, New Regulations to Establish Standards and Requirements for Pesticide Containers, Repackaging Pesticides: 2 VAC 20-60, 3128/5271
      • Box 8 Folder 13
        Regulation of the Enforcement of the Virginia Gasoline and Motor Fuel Law: 2 VAC 5-420, 3127/5270
    • Department of Forestry
      • Box 8 Folder 14
        Amend Requirements for Carrying Handguns in State Forests: 4 VAC 10-30, 2980/5042
  • COMMERCE AND TRADE, Secretary of
    • Department of Agriculture and Consumer Benefits, 2004 (Warner Administration)
      • Box 8 Folder 15
        Health Requirements Governing the Control of Equine Infectious Anemia in Virginia: 2 VAC 5-70, 410/586
      • Box 8 Folder 16
        Pesticide Applicator Certification Under Authority of Virginia Pesticide Control Act: 2 VAC 20-51, 1426/2875
      • Box 8 Folder 17
        Licensing of Pesticide Businesses: 2 VAC 20-40, 856/2588
    • Department of Housing and Community Development
      • Box 8 Folder 18
        Manufactured Housing Licensing and Transaction Recovery Fund: 13 VAC 6-20, 1791/3235
      • Box 8 Folder 19
        Enterprise Zone Grant Program: 13 VAC 5-122, 1761/3193
      • Box 8 Folder 20
        Enterprise Zone Grant Program: 13 VAC 5-112, 1761-3391
      • Box 8 Folder 21
        Public Participation Guidelines, Commission on Local Government: 1 VAC 50-10, 1453/2957
      • Box 8 Folder 22
        Organization and Regulations of Procedure-Update of Commission on Local Government Regulations: 1 VAC 50-20, 1452/2956
      • Box 8 Folder 23
        Promulgate new Enterprise Zone Program Regulation: 13 VAC 5-112, 1761/3568
      • Box 8 Folder 24
        Virginia Enterprise Zone Program: 13 VAC 5-111, 1360/2590
      • Box 9 Folder 1
        Update of Commission on Local Government Public Participation Guidelines: 1 VAC 50-10, 1453/3494
      • Box 9 Folder 2
        Commission on Local Government Update: 1 VAC 50-20, 1452/3495
      • Box 9 Folder 3
        Promulgate New Enterprise Zone Program Regulation: 13 VAC 5-112, 1761/3885
      • Box 9 Folder 4
        Update the Virginia Manufactured Home Safety Regulations: 13 VAC 5-95, 2203/3861
      • Box 9 Folder 5
        Update Virginia Certification Standards: 13 VAC 5-21, 2202/3859
      • Box 9 Folder 6
        Update Virginia Certification Standards: 13 VAC 5-21, 2202/4225
      • Box 9 Folder 7
        Update the Virginia Manufactured Home Safety Regulations: 13 VAC 5-95, 2203/4226
      • Box 9 Folder 8
        Manufactured Housing Board, Amend Manufactured Housing Licensing and Transaction Recovery Fund Regulations: 13 VAC 6-20, 2736/4729
      • Box 9 Folder 9
        Board for Contractors Regulations, General Review: 18 VAC 50-22, 2664/5055
      • Box 9 Folder 10
        Individual License and Certification Regulations, General Review: 18 VAC 50-30, 2665/5062
      • Box 9 Folder 11
        Amend Manufactured Housing Licensing and Transaction Recovery Fund Regulations: 13 VAC 6-20, 2736/5004
      • Box 9 Folder 12
        Update the Virginia Certification Standards: 13 VAC 5-21, 3014/5100
      • Box 9 Folder 13
        Update Virginia Manufactured Home Safety Regulations: 13 VAC 5-95, 3013/5099
    • Department of Labor and Industry
      • Box 9 Folder 14
        Virginia Occupational Safety and Health (VOSH) Program: 16 VAC 25-60, 1693/3389
      • Box 9 Folder 15
        Telecommunications, General, Approach Distances: 16 VAC 25-75, 1692/3077
      • Box 9 Folder 16
        Financial Responsibility of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Contract Fee Inspectors: 16 VAC 25-55, 1418/2878
      • Box 9 Folder 17
        General Industry Standards for Telecommunications: 16 VAC 25-75 and 90, 1692/3990
      • Box 9 Folder 18
        Confined Space Standard for Agriculture: 16 VAC 25-185, 2514/4387
      • Box 9 Folder 19
        Reverse Signal Procedures, General Industry and Construction Industry, Vehicles/Equipment: 16 VAC 25-96, 2040/3628
      • Box 9 Folder 20
        Medical Standards and First Aid Standards for General Industry and for the Construction Industry: 16 VAC 25-95, 2039/3631
      • Box 9 Folder 21
        Telecommunications, General, Approach Distances: 16 VAC 25-75, 1692/3390
      • Box 9 Folder 22
        Administrative Regulations for the Virginia Occupational Safety and Health Program: 16 VAC 25-60, 1693/3625
      • Box 9 Folder 23
        Regulations Governing the Administration of Apprenticeship Programs in the Commonwealth of Virginia: 16 VAC 20-20, 2329/4073
      • Box 9 Folder 24
        Reverse Signal Procedures, Existing General Industry Standards-Off Road Vehicles/Equipment: 16 VAC 25-96, 2040/4053
      • Box 9 Folder 25
        Regulation Applicable to Tree Trimming Operations: 16 VAC 25-73, 2513/4385
      • Box 9 Folder 26
        Administrative Regulation for the Virginia Safety and Health Program: 16 VAC 25-60, 2515/4388
      • Box 9 Folder 27
        Medical Services and First Aid Standards for General Industry and the Construction Industry: 16 VAC 25-95, 2039/4149
      • Box 10 Folder 1
        Regulations Governing the Administrative of the Apprenticeship Program in the Commonwealth: 16 VAC 20-20, 2329/4273
      • Box 10 Folder 2
        Safety and Health Codes Board, Boiler and Pressure Vessel Rules and Regulations: 16 VAC 25-50, 2617/4557
      • Box 10 Folder 3
        Regulations Governing the Administration of Apprenticeship Programs in the Commonwealth of Virginia: 16 VAC 20-20, 2329/4540
      • Box 10 Folder 4
        Administrative Regulations for the Virginia Occupational Safety and Health Program: 16 VAC 25-60, 2515/4699
      • Box 10 Folder 5
        Regulation Applicable to Tree Trimming Operations: 16 VAC 25-73, 2513/4713
      • Box 10 Folder 6
        Safety and Health Codes Board, Reverse Signal Procedures, Vehicles/Equipment Not Covered by Existing Standards: 16 VAC 25-97, 2040/4381
      • Box 10 Folder 7
        Proposed Regulation to Adopt Revisions to the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Rules and Regulations: 16 VAC 25-50, 2617/4955
    • Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy
      • Box 10 Folder 8
        Coal Surface Mining Reclamation-Coal Mine Permit Boundary Markers and Blasting Near Residences and Occupied Buildings: 4 VAC 25-130, 1716/3570
      • Box 10 Folder 9
        Amendments Regarding the Administrative Hearing Process, Consistency with Federal Regulations and Civil Penalties for Coal Surface Mining Reclamation: 4 VAC 25-130, 1755/3593
      • Box 10 Folder 10
        Coal Surface Mining Reclamation Regulations, Amend Requirements for Coal Mine Permit Bundry Markers and Blasting Near Residences and Occupied Buildings: 4 VAC 25-130, 1716/3702
      • Box 10 Folder 11
        Coal Surface Mining Reclamation Regulations-Amendments Regarding the Administrative Hearing Process, Consistency with Federal Regulations and Civil Penalties: 4 VAC 25-130, 1755/3925
      • Box 10 Folder 12
        Coal Surface Mining Reclamation Regulations-Amendments Regarding Review of Decisions Not to Inspect or Enforce and Consistency with Federal Regulations on Topsoil Standards, Revegetation Standards and Water Diversion Design: 4 VAC 25-130, 2332/4087
      • Box 10 Folder 13
        Rules and Regulations Governing the Certification of Diesel Engine Mechanics in Underground Coal Mine4s, Repeal of Regulation: 4 VAC 25-50, 84/4080
      • Box 10 Folder 14
        Safety and Health Regulations for Mineral Mining, Technical Corrections and Amendments for Clarity, Consistency and Improved Safety Resulting from Periodic Review: 4 VAC 25-40, 2478/4319
      • Box 10 Folder 15
        Amendment to Accept the Virginia Coordinate System of 1983 instead of the Virginia Coordinate System of 1927: 4 VAC 25-150, 2601/4528
      • Box 10 Folder 16
        Coal Surface Mining Reclamation Regulations, Amendments Regarding Review of Decisions Not to Inspect or Enforce and Consistency with Federal Regulations on Topsoil Standards, Revegetation Standards and Water Diversion Design: 4 VAC 25-130: 2332/4405
      • Box 10 Folder 17
        Amendments Regarding the Regulation of Gas and Oil: 4 VAC 25-150, 2648/4615
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        Amendments Regarding the Regulation of the Virginia Gas and Oil Board: 4 VAC 25-160, 2647/4614
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        Amendments Regarding the Regulation of Geothermal Energy: 4 VAC 25-170, 2646/4613
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        Public Participation Guidelines, Adoption of Model Public Participation Guidelines (PPGs): 4 VAC 25-10, 2767/4759
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        Safety and Health Regulations for Mineral Mining, Technical Corrections and Amendments for Clarity, Consistency and Improved Safety Resulting from Periodic Review: 4 VAC 25-40, 2478/4669
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        Coal and Surface Mining Reclamation Regulations, Amendments Regarding Review of Decisions Not to Inspect or Enforce and Consistency with Federal Regulations on Topsoil Standards, Revegetation Standards and Water Diversion Design: 4 VAC 25-130, 2332/4865
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        Amendments Regarding the Regulation of Gas and Oil: 4 VAC 25-150, 2648/5105
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        Amendments Regarding the Regulations of the Virginia Gas and Oil Board, 4 VAC 25-160, 2647/5010
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        Safety and Health Regulations for Mineral Mining, Technical Corrections and Amendments for Clarity, Consistency and Improved Safety Resulting from Periodic Review: 4 VAC 25-40, 2478/5019
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        Amendments to Reclamation Regulations for Mineral Mining Resulting from Periodic Review: 4 VAC 25-31, 3020/5110
    • Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation
      • Box 11 Folder 1
        Professional Boxing and Wrestling Event-Issuance of a Limited License: 18 VAC 120-40, 1840/3319
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        Emergency Regulations to Implement 2004 Legislative Changes: 18 VAC 47-20, 1643/3513
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        Amendment to Common Interest Community Management Information Fund Regulations: 18 VAC 135-60, 2026/3617
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        Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, Certified Interior Designers and Landscape Architects Rules and Regulations-Experience Requirements for Landscape Architects: 18 VAC 10-20, 1538/2975
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        Professional Boxing and Wrestling Event: 18 VAC 120-40, 1673/3313
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        Virginia Board of Geology Regulations: 18 VAC 70-20, 1000/2967
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        Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects-Photogrammetrist: 18 VAC 10-20, 1868/3370
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        Board for Barbers and Cosmetology-Esthetics Regulations: 18 VAC 41-70, 1854/3354
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        Tradesman Rules and Regulations-Certified Water Well Systems Providers: 18 VAC 50-30, 1841/3320
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        Board for Barbers and Cosmetology-Licensure of Body-Piercing: 18 VAC 41-60, 1496/3119
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        Board for Bargers and Cosmetology Tattooing Regulations, Promulgate Regulations for the Licensure of Tattooing: 18 VAC 41-50, 1114/3606
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        Board for Waterworks and Wastewater Works Operators: 18 VAC 160-20, 1416/3477
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        Virginia Asbestos Licensing Regulations-Amendment to the Board for Asbestos, Lead and Home Inspector Asbestos Licensing Regulations: 18 VAC 15-20, 1484/3698
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        Virginia Auctioneers Board-Continuing Education Requirement: 18 VAC 25-21, 1573/2976
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        Virginia Lead-Based Paint Activities Regulations-Amendment to Board for Asbestos, Lead and Home Inspectors Lead-Based Paint Activity: 18 VAC 15-30, 1483/3699
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        Board for Asbestos, Lead and Home Inspectors-Lead-Based Paint Activities: 18 VAC 15-30, 1483/3126
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        Polygraph Examiners: 18 VAC 120-30, 1647/3239
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        Board for Asbestos, Lead and Home Inspectors-Asbestos Licensing: 18 VAC 15-20, 1484/3125
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        Amendments to Waterworks and Wastewater Works Operators Regulations: 18 VAC 160-20, 1954/3507
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        Board for Contractors, Tradesman Rules and Regulations-Certified Elevator Mechanics: 18 VAC 50-30, 1526/3026
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        Board for Contractors-Tradesman Rules and Regulations: 18 VAC 50-30, 1435/2915
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        Amendment to Regulations Governing Polygraph Examiners to Increase Fees: 18 VAC 120-30, 1937/3649
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        Amendment to Real Estate Appraiser Board Regulations: 18 VAC 130-20, 2145/3784
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        Board for Barbers and Cosmetology-Hair Braiding: 18 VAC 41-30, 1326/3551
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        Board for Contractors Regulations, Amendment to Add Education as a Prerequisite to Licensure Mandated by the General Assembly: 18 VAC 50-22, 2073/3694
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        Board for Waste Management Facility Operators: 18 VAC 155-20, 1209/3485
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        Amendment to Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, Certified Interior Designers and Landscape: 18 VAC 10-20, 1332/3616
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        Promulgation of Board for Barbers and Cosmetology Esthetics Regulations: 18 VAC 41-70, 1854/3681
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        Tradesman Rules and Regulations-Certified Elevator Mechanics: 18 VAC 50-30, 1526/3652
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        Amendment to Board for Contractor Tradesman Regulations: 18 VAC 50-30, 1435/3651
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        Amendment to Tradesman Regulations: 18 VAC 50-30, 1526/3652
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        Develop Regulations for a Mandatory Continuing Education Requirement for Architects, Professional Engineers and Land Surveyor Licenses: 18 VAC 10-20, 2230/3905
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        Amend Regulation to "Unbundle" the Architect Registration Examination (ARE) from the Intern Development Program (IDP): 18 VAC 10-20, 2233/3908
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        Board for Barbers and Cosmetology Body-Piercing Regulations-Promulgate Regulations for Licensure of Body-Piercing: 18 VAC 41-60, 1496/3779
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        Regulations of the Virginia Auctioneers Board, General Review to Amend Existing Regulations: 18 VAC 10-25, 1881/3731
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        Virginia Real Estate Board Licensing Regulations-Amendment to Real Estate Licensing Regulations: 18 VAC 135-20, 2022/3899
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        Board for Contractors Regulations, Amendment to Add Education as a Prerequisite to Licensure as Mandated by the General Assembly: 18 VAC 50-22, 2073/3952
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        Review of Experience Requirements for Landscape Architects: 18 VAC 10-20, 1538/3771
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        Develop Necessary Regulations to Implement a Regulatory Program for Photogrammetrist: 18 VAC 10-20, 1868/3773
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        Board for Branch Pilots, Amendment to Board for Branch Pilot: 18 VAC 45-20, 2255/3964
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        Common Interest Community Management Information Fund Regulations, Amendment to Regulations: 18 VAC 135-60, 2026/3825
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        Regulations Governing Polygraph Examiners, Amendment to Regulations to Increase Fees: 18 VAC 120-30, 1937/3984
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        Amend Regulations to Prohibit Mail-Order Life-Experience Degrees for Engineer-In-Training and Professional Engineer Applicants: 18 VAC 10-20, 2162/3809
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        Amendment Auctioneer Board Regulations to Include a Continuing Education Requirement: 18 VAC 25-21, 1573/3993
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        Cemetery Board Regulations, Emergency Regulations to Implement 2004 Legislative Changes: 18 VAC 47-20, 1643/3995
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        Tradesman Rules and Regulations, Certified Water Well Systems Providers: 18 VAC 50-30, 1841/3640
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        Fair Housing Regulations: 18 VAC 135-50, 2296/4015
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        Professional Boxing and Wrestling Event Regulations, Amendments to Include General Clarifying Changes and Restructuring of Regulations: 18 VAC 120-40, 1673/3954
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        Board for Waterworks and Wastewater Works Operators and Onsite Sewage System Professionals, Amend Regulations License Onsite Sewage System Professionals: 18 VAC 160-20, 2430/4247
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        Tradesmen Rules and Regulations, Certified Water Well Systems: 18 VAC 50-30, 1841/4200
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        Amendment to Real Estate Appraiser Board Regulations: 18 VAC 130-20, 2145/4162
      • Box 13 Folder 16
        Develop Regulations for a Mandatory Continuing Education Requirement for Architect, Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor Licenses: 18 VAC 10-20, 2230/4355
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        Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects Rules and Regulations: 18 VAC 10-20, 2233/4236
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        Professional Boxing and Wrestling Event Regulations: 18 VAC 120-40, 2433/4251
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        Real Estate Board Licensing Regulations: 18 VAC 135-20, 2022/4364
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        Amendment to Common Interest Community Management Information Fund: 18 VAC 135-60, 2026/4365
      • Box 13 Folder 21
        Certified Home Inspectors Regulations, General Review, Including Standards of Practice and Continuing Education: 18 VAC 15-40, 2501/4366
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        Fee Adjustment to Comply Section 54.1-113 of the Code of Virginia (Callahan Act): 18 VAC 50-30, 2590/4508
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        Fee Adjustment to Comply Section 54.1-113 of the Code of Virginia (Callahan Act): 18 VAC 50-22, 2589/4507
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        Amendment to Asbestos Licensing Regulations: 18 VAC 15-20, 2583/4497
      • Box 13 Folder 25
        Board for Waterworks and Wastewater Works Operators, General Review: 18 VAC 160-20, 2431/4248
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        Amendment to Real Estate Appraiser Board Regulations: 18 VAC 130-20, 2145/4459
      • Box 13 Folder 27
        Board for Contractors, Tradesman Rules and Regulations, General Review: 18 VAC 50-30, 2665/4640
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        Board for Contractors Regulations, General Review: 18 VAC 50-22, 2664/4639
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        Amendment to Board for Contractors Regulations to Add Education as a Prerequisite to Licensure as Mandated by the General Assembly: 18 VAC 50-22, 2073/4393
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        Develop Necessary Regulations to Implement a Regulatory Program for Photogrammetrist/Photogrammetry: 18 VAC 10-20, 1868/4463
      • Box 14 Folder 3
        Initial Common Interest Community Manager Regulations: 18 VAC 48-50, 2799/4797
      • Box 14 Folder 4
        Condominium Regulations, Transfer of Condominium Regulations from REB to CIC Board: 18 VAC 48-20, 2810/4803
      • Box 14 Folder 5
        Rules and Regulations of the Virginia Auctioneers Board, General Review to Amend Existing Regulations: 18 VAC 25-21, 1881/4467
      • Box 14 Folder 6
        Regulations Governing Polygraph Examiners, General Review: 18 VAC 120-30, 2825/4823
      • Box 14 Folder 7
        Board for Waterworks and Wastewater Works Operators Regulations, Amend Regulations to License Onsite Sewage System Professionals: 18 VAC 160-20, 2430/4705
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        Rules and Regulations for Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects, Amend Regulation to "Unbundle" the Architect Registration Examination (ARE) from the Intern Development Program (IDP): 18 VAC 10-20, 2233/4679
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        Board for Contractors, Tradesman Rules and Regulations, Fee Adjustment to Comply with Sections 54.1-113 of the Code of Virginia (Callahan Act): 18 VAC 50-30, 2590/4761
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        Alcohol Beverage Control Board, Other Provisions, Reduction in Penalty for Certified Alcohol Server Training: 3 VAC 5-70, 2870/4876
      • Box 14 Folder 11
        Develop Regulations for a Mandatory Continuing Education Requirement for Architect, Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor Licenses: 18 VAC 10-20, 2230/4826
      • Box 14 Folder 12
        Board for Waterworks and Wastewater Works Operators Regulations, General Review: 18 VAC 160-20, 2413/4782
      • Box 14 Folder 13
        Board for Contractors, Tradesman Rules and Regulations, Fee Adjustment to Comply with Section 54.1-113 of the Code of Virginia (Callahan Act): 18 VAC 50-22, 2589/4760
      • Box 14 Folder 14
        Professional Boxing and Wrestling Event Regulations, Medical Testing: 18 VAC 120-40, 2891/4905
      • Box 14 Folder 15
        Board for Branch Pilots, Review: 18 VAC 45-20, 2969/5022
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        Common Interest Community Ombudsman Regulations, CIC Ombudsman Regulations: 18 VAC 48-70, 2956/4997
      • Box 14 Folder 17
        Board for Barbers and Cosmetology Esthetics Regulations, Fee Adjustment: 18 VAC 41-70, 2916/4939
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        Board for Barbers and Cosmetology Body-Piercing Regulations, Fee Adjustment: 18 VAC 41-60, 2915/4938
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        Board for Barbers and Cosmetology Tattooing Regulations, Fee Adjustment: 18 VAC 41-50, 2914/4937
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        Board for Barbers and Cosmetology Wax Technician Regulations, Fee Adjustment: 18 VAC 41-40, 2913/4936
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        Board for Barbers and Cosmetology Hair Braiding Regulations, Fee Adjustment: 18 VAC 41-30, 2911/4935
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        Board for Barbers and Cosmetology Rules and Regulations, Fee Adjustment: 18 VAC 41-20, 2911/4934
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        Common Interest Community Management Information Fund Regulations, Standardization of Renewal Date for Association Registrations: 18 VAC 48-60, 2918/4946
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        Board for Hearing Aid Specialists Regulations, Fee Adjustment: 18 VAC 80-20, 2906/4926
      • Box 14 Folder 25
        Initial Common Interest Community Manager Regulations: 18 VAC 48-50, 2799/5028
      • Box 14 Folder 26
        Rules and Regulations of the Virginia Auctioneers Board, General Review 2009: 18 VAC 25-21, 3062/5169
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        Regulations Governing the Certification of Substance Abuse Counselors Periodic Review Recommendations: 18 VAC 115-30, 3024/5114
      • Box 14 Folder 28
        Virginia Auctioneers Board, Amend Regulations Regarding Proceeds which are Paid via Credit Cards: 18 VAC 25-21, 2928/4966
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        Board for Waterworks and Wastewater Works Operators and Onsite Sewage System Professionals, Amend Regulations to License Onsite Sewage System Professionals: 18 VAC 160-20, 2430/5076
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        Virginia Board for Asbestos, Lead and Home Inspectors, Certified Home Inspector Regulations, General Review of Regulations, Including Standards of Practice and Continuing Education: 18 VAC 15-40, 2501/4814
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        Common Interest Community Manager Regulations, CIC Employee Certification Standards: 18 VAC 48-50, 3100/5220
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        Initial Promulgation of Lead-based Paint Renovation, Repair and Painting Regulations: 18 VAC 15-50, 3086/5203
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        Initial Promulgation of Mold Inspector and Mold Remediator Licensing Regulation: 18 VAC 15-60, 3087/5204
      • Box 15 Folder 4
        Board for Waterworks and Wastewater Works Operators Regulations, General Review: 18 VAC 160-20, 2431/5206
      • Box 15 Folder 5
        Initial Common Interest Community Manager Regulations: 18 VAC 48-50, 2799/4797
      • Box 15 Folder 6
        Board of Accountancy, Deadline for CPA Exam Candidates Qualified Under Prior Education Requirements: 18 VAC 5-21, 2265/4277
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        Board of Accountancy, Changes Incorporating Amendments about (1) the Qualifications for, and Implementation of, the New Computerized CPA Exam, and (2) the Requirements for Ethics CPE: 18 VAC 5-21, 1380/3423
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        Board of Accountancy, Public Participation Guidelines, Revise Public Participation Guidelines Regulations: 18 VAC 5-10, 2227/3898
      • Box 15 Folder 9
        Board of Accountancy, Fee for Administration of Computer-Based CPA Examination: 18 VAC 5-21, 1974/3564
      • Box 15 Folder 10
        Board of Accountancy, Deadline for CPA Exam Candidates Qualified Under Prior Education Requirement to Sit for CPA Exam: 18 VAC 5-21, 2265/3977
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        Board of Accountancy Regulations, Licensure Fee Adjustment: 18 VAC 5-21, 2557/4466
      • Box 15 Folder 12
        Board of Accountancy Regulations, Reduction of Educational Requirement Needed Prior to Taking the CPA Exam: 18 VAC 5-21, 2922/4956
    • Virginia Racing Commission
      • Box 15 Folder 13
        Horse Racing with Pari-Mutuel Wagering-Stewards: 11 VAC 10-70, 1878/3399
      • Box 15 Folder 14
        Regulations Pertaining to Horse Racing with Pari-Mutuel Wagering, Participants to Amend Regulations Pertaining to the Fee Schedule for Permit Holders: 11 VAC 10-60, 3034/5122
    • Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission
      • Box 15 Folder 15
        Compensation Claims Reporting Via Electronic Data Interchange: 16 VAC 30-91, 2633/4916
      • Box 15 Folder 15a
        Workers' Compensation Claims Reporting Via Electronic Data Interchange: 16 VAC 30-91, 2633/4585
  • EDUCATION, Secretary of
    • Department of Education
      • Box 15 Folder 16
        Process for Submitting Proposals to Consolidate School Divisions: 8 VAC 20-710, 1676/3054
      • Box 15 Folder 17
        Approved Programs of Higher Education: 8 VAC 20-541, 1702/3088
      • Box 15 Folder 18
        Standards for Accrediting Public Schools in Virginia: 8 VAC 20-131, 1700/3087
      • Box 15 Folder 19
        Reduction of State Aid when Length of School Term Below 180 School Days: 8 VAC 20-520, 1570/2835
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        Re-Enrollment Plans: 8 VAC 20-660, 1630/3105
      • Box 15 Folder 21
        Regulations Governing the Review and Approval of Education Programs in Virginia, Promulgate New Regulations to Align with State and Federal Laws and Regulations: 8 VAC 20-542, 1891/3418
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        Revision of Information Requirements for Secondary School Transcripts and Profile Data Sheets: 8 VAC 20-160, 1885/3590
      • Box 15 Folder 23
        Conducting Division-Level Academic Reviews: 8 VAC 20-700, 1627/2928
      • Box 15 Folder 24
        Regulations Establishing Standards for Accrediting Public Schools in Virginia, Comprehensive Review: 8 VAC 20-131, 1700/3695
      • Box 15 Folder 25
        Reduction of State Aid When Lengthy of School Term is Below 180 Days: 8 VAC 20-520, 1570/3263
      • Box 15 Folder 26
        Re-Enrollment Plans: 8 VAC 20-660, 1630/3573
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        Regulations Governing Special Education Programs for Children with Disabilities in Virginia, Revisions to Comply with the "Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004" and its Federal Implementation Regulations: 8 VAC 20-80, 2221/3891
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        Conducting Division-Level Academic Reviews: 8 VAC 20-700, 1627/3420
      • Box 15 Folder 29
        Regulations Governing Educational Services for Gifted Students, Revision of Regulations School Division Must Meet in their Gifted Education Programs, K-12: 8 VAC 20-40, 1933/3839
      • Box 15 Folder 30
        Promulgate New Regulations for Submitting Proposals for the Consolidation of School Division: 8 VAC 20-710, 1676/3890
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        Process for Submitting Proposals to Consolidate School Divisions: 8 VAC 20-710, 1676/3334
      • Box 16 Folder 2
        Regulations for Conducting Division-Level Academic Revies: 8 VAC 20-700, 1627/3889
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        Regulations Governing the Operation of Proprietary Schools and Issuing of Agent Permits, Repeal Regulation: 8 VAC 20-350, 2213/3872
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        Amendments to the Regulations Establishing Standards for Accrediting Public Schools in Virginia, 2007 Revisions: 8 VAC 20-131, 2300/4027
      • Box 16 Folder 5
        Regulations Governing Literacy Loan Applications in Virginia, Revisions to Ensure Alignment with Virginia Code and Appropriate and Necessary Requirements are in Place: 8 VAC 20-100, 2356/4133
      • Box 16 Folder 6
        Regulations Governing Jointly Owned and Operated Schools and Jointly Operated Programs, Repeal Current Regulation and Promulgate New Regulations: 8 VAC 20-281, 2358/4135
      • Box 16 Folder 7
        Regulations Governing Textbooks, Free or Rental Systems State Aid, Repeal: 8 VAC 20-190, 2407/4194
      • Box 16 Folder 8
        Licensure Regulations for School Personnel, Repeal Text: 8 VAC 20-22, 1844/4128
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        Regulations Governing the Review and Approval of Education Programs in Virginia, Promulgate New Regulations to Align with State and Federal Laws and Regulations: 8 VAC 20-542, 1891/4129
      • Box 16 Folder 10
        Revision of Information Requirements for Secondary School Transcripts and Profile Data Sheets: 8 VAC 20-160, 1885/4093
      • Box 16 Folder 11
        Regulations Governing Local School Boards and School Divisions, Repeal Outdated Regulations and Consolidate Applicable Sections into New Regulations: 8 VAC 20-720, 2390/4172
      • Box 16 Folder 12
        Pupil Transportation including Minimum Standards for School Buses in Virginia: 8 VAC 20-70, 2509/4377
      • Box 16 Folder 13
        Regulations Governing Special Education Programs for Children with Disabilities in Virginia, Revisions to Comply with the "Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004" and its Federal Implementation Regulations: 8 VAC 20-80, 2221/4353
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        Regulations Governing Student Insurance Program, Repeal: 8 VAC 20-500, 2408/4195
      • Box 16 Folder 15
        Regulations Governing Educational Services for Gifted Students, Revision of Regulations School Divisions Must Meet in their Gifted Education Programs, K-12: 8 VAC 20-40, 1933/4193
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        Regulations Governing the Determination of Critical Teacher Shortage Areas for Awarding the Virginia Teaching Scholarship Loan Program: 8 VAC 20-650, 2545/4433
      • Box 16 Folder 17
        Governing Jointly Owned and Operated Schools and Jointly Operated Programs: 8 VAC 20-281, 2358/4419
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        Regulations Governing Local School Boards and School Divisions, Incorporate Textbook Provisions into Consolidated Regulations: 8 VAC 20-720, 2668/4646
      • Box 16 Folder 19
        Regulations Governing Local School Boards and School Divisions, Promulgate Regulation, Consolidate other Select Regulations Related to Local School Boards: 8 VAC 20-720, 2658/4633
      • Box 16 Folder 20
        State Board of Education Regulations Establishing Standards for Accrediting Public Schools in Virginia: 8 VAC 20-131, 2300/4541
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        Regulations Governing the Operation of Private Day Schools for Students with Disabilities and Educational Programs Offered in Group Homes and Residential Facilities in the Commonwealth, Promulgate Regulations for Licensure of Education Programs: 8 VAC 20-671, 2727/4715
      • Box 17 Folder 2
        State Board of Elections, Regulations Governing Public Participation, Fast Track, Promulgate Regulations Governing Public Participation: 8 VAC 20-11, 2797/4801
      • Box 17 Folder 3
        Regulations Governing Local School Boards and School Divisions, Incorporate Provisions on Fees and Charges as New Section of 8 VAC 20-720: 8 VAC 20-720, 2719/4704
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        Regulations Governing Special Education Programs for Children with Disabilities in Virginia, Revisions to Comply with the "Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004" and its Federal Implementation Regulations: 8 VAC 20-80, 2221/4828
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        Regulations Governing the Determination of Critical Teacher Shortage Areas for Awarding the Virginia Teaching Scholarship Loan Program, Fast Track: Chapter 650, Section 30, Align Criteria with Code, Career Technical Education: 8 VAC 20-650, 2894/4913
      • Box 17 Folder 6
        Regulations Governing Reduction of State Aid when Length of School Terms Below 180 Teaching Days or 990 Teach Hours, Chapter 520, Annual Compliance Report Timeline, Minor Revision to Regulation: 8 VAC 20-521, 2828/4827
      • Box 17 Folder 7
        Regulations Establishing Standards for Accrediting Public Schools in Virginia, 2007-2008 Revisions: 8 VAC 20-131, 2300/4543
      • Box 17 Folder 8
        Regulations Governing Pupil Transportation Including Minimum Standards for School Buses in Virginia, Amend Chapter 70, Pupil Transportation Regulations, Update the Regulations Based on New Technology and Other Changes in Pupil Transportation in Virginia: 8 VAC 20-70, 2509/4920
      • Box 17 Folder 9
        Regulations Governing Jointly Owned and Operated Schools and Jointly Operated Programs, Repeal Current Regulation (8 VAC 280) and Promulgate New Regulations (8 VAC 20-281): 8 VAC 20-281, 2358/5135
      • Box 17 Folder 10
        Regulations Governing Local School Boards and School Divisions, Promulgate Regulation, Consolidate Other Select Regulations Related to Local School Boards: 8 VAC 20-720, 2658/5134
      • Box 17 Folder 11
        Regulations Governing Unexcused Absences and Truancy, Promulgate Regulation to Govern the Collection and Reporting of Truancy-Related Data: 8 VAC 20-730, 3148/5305
    • Library of Virginia
      • Box 17 Folder 12
        Regulations Governing the Destruction of Public Records Containing Social Security Numbers: 17 VAC 15-120, 1660/4079
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        Regulations Governing the Destruction of Public Records Containing Social Security Numbers: 17 VAC 15-120, 1660/4691
    • State Council of Higher Education for Virginia
      • Box 17 Folder 14
        Certification of Certain Institutions to Confer Degrees, Diplomas and Certificates: 8 VAC 40-31, 1621/3483
      • Box 17 Folder 15
        Certification of Certain Institutions to Confer Degrees, Diplomas and Certificates - Repeal Chapter 30: 8 VAC 40-31, 1621/3679
      • Box 17 Folder 16
        Certification of Certain Institutions to Confer Degrees, Diplomas and Certificates: 8 VAC 40-31, 3048/5150
  • FINANCE, Secretary of
    • Department of Taxation
      • Box 18 Folder 1
        Virginia Slaughter Hog and Feeder Pig Excise Tax, Repeal of Regulations that are Made Obsolete by Statutory Changes: 23 VAC 10-70, 2053/3675
      • Box 18 Folder 2
        Virginia Soft Drink Excise Tax Regulations, Repeal of Selected Soft Drink Tax Regulations that Provide No Additional Guidance to Clear and Ambiguous Statutes: 23 VAC 10-390, 2084/3710
      • Box 18 Folder 3
        Watercraft Sales and Use Tax, Repeal of One Watercraft Sales and Use Tax Regulation that is Obsolete Due to a Statutory Change: 23 VAC 10-230, 2099/3726
      • Box 18 Folder 4
        Income Tax Withholding, Repeal of Selected Income Tax Withholding Regulations that Provide No Additional Guidance to Clear and Ambiguous Statutes: 23 VAC 10-140, 2088/3714
      • Box 18 Folder 5
        Repeal of Selected Declaration of Estimated Income Tax by Individuals Tax Regulations that Provide No Additional Guidance to Clear and Unambiguous Statutes: 23 VAC 10-112, 2114/3744
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        Repeal of Tax on Wills and Administration Regulation Section that Provide No Additional Guidance to Clear and Unambiguous Statutes: 23 VAC 10-310, 2092/3718
      • Box 18 Folder 7
        Repeal of Cigarette Tax Regulations that are Obsolete Due to Statutory Changes: 23 VAC 10-370, 2090/3716
      • Box 18 Folder 8
        Repeal of Four Soybean Excise Tax Regulations that Provide No Additional Guidance to Clear and Unambiguous Statutes: 23 VAC 10-75, 2097/3724
      • Box 18 Folder 9
        Repeal of Selected Litter Tax Regulations that Provide No Additional Guidance to Clear and Unambiguous Statutes: 23 VAC 10-360, 2111/3741
      • Box 18 Folder 10
        Repeal of Forest Product Tax Regulations that are Obsolete Due to Statutory Changes: 23 VAC 10-350, 2104/3733
      • Box 18 Folder 11
        Repeal of Two Aircraft Sales and Use Tax Regulations that Provide No Additional Guidance to Clear and Unambiguous Statutes: 23 VAC 10-220, 2100/3728
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        Repeal of Selected Fiduciary Income Tax Regulations that Provide No Additional Guidance to Clear and Ambiguous Statutes: 23 VAC 10-115, 2112/3742
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        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Action to Amend "Churches" Regulation: 23 VAC 10-210, 2193/3849
      • Box 18 Folder 14
        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Action to Amend Medicines, Drugs: 23 VAC 10-210, 2197/3854
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        Numerous Regulations that Seek to Repeal Sections of the Tax Codes that are No Longer Valid: 3769, 3765, 3732, 3708, 3729, 3713, 3720, 3743, 3711, 3725, 3715, 3717, 3734, 3757, 3723, 3721, 3719, 3709, 3766, 3751 and 3707
      • Box 18 Folder 16
        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Action to Amend "Hospitals and Nursing Homes" Regulation: 23 VAC 10-210, 2194/3850
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        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Contractor Respecting Real Estate: 23 VAC 10-210, 2196/3852
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        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Action to Amend "Advertising Definitions" Regulation: 23 VAC 10-210, 2198/3855
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        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Action to Amend "Newspaper and Other Media Advertising" Regulation: 23 VAC 10-210, 220/3857
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        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Action to Amend "In-house Advertising" Regulation: 23 VAC 10-210, 2201/3858
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        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Action to Amend "Advertising Businesses" Regulation: 23 VAC 10-220, 2199/3856
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        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Motor Vehicle Refinishers, Painters and Car Washers: 23 VAC 10-210, 2240/3929
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        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Pollution Control Equipment and Facilities: 23 VAC 10-210, 2241/3930
      • Box 18 Folder 24
        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Fabrications: 23 VAC 10-210, 2243/3932
      • Box 18 Folder 25
        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Penalties and Interest, Audits: 23 VAC 10-210, 2242/3931
      • Box 18 Folder 26
        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Maintenance Contracts and Warranty Plans: 23 VAC 10-210, 2238/3927
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        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Manufacturing and Processing: 23 VAC 10-210, 2239/3928
      • Box 18 Folder 28
        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Gifts Purchased in Virginia: 23 VAC 10-210, 2195/3851
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        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Leases and Rentals: 23 VAC 10-210, 2237/3926
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        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Hotels, Motels, Tourist Camps, etc.: 23 VAC 10-210, 2236/3925
      • Box 18 Folder 31
        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Action to Amend Occasional Sales Regulations: 23 VAC 10-210, 2235/3922
      • Box 18 Folder 32
        Amendment of the Retail Sales and Use Tax Government Contractors Regulation to Conform to Item 268 of the 2006 Budget Bill: 23 VAC 10-210, 2411/4202
      • Box 18 Folder 33
        Repeal of Twenty-Seven Motor Vehicle Fuel Sales Tax Regulations that Provide No Additional Guidance to Clear and Unambiguous Statutes: 23 VAC 10-240
      • Box 18 Folder 34
        Amendment of the Corporate Income Tax Regulation to Add a Section Regarding Intangible Expenses Paid to Related Entities: 23 VAC 10-120, 2327/4070
      • Box 18 Folder 35
        Public Participation Guidelines, Reflect Changes in Administrative Process Act: 23 VAC 10-10, 2449/4275
      • Box 18 Folder 36
        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Amendment to Reflect Legislative Changes Concerning the Printing Industry: 23 VAC 10-210, 2455/4285
      • Box 18 Folder 37
        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Amendment of the Florist and Nurseryman Regulation Section to Provide Clarification and to Reflect Changes in Policy: 23 VAC 10-210-610, 2463/4295
      • Box 18 Folder 38
        Retail Sales and Use Tax, New Regulation to Govern Application of the Exemption Provided for Audiovisual Production: 23 VAC 10-210, 2454/4282
      • Box 18 Folder 39
        Promulgation of Business, Professional and Occupational License (BPOL) Tax Regulations from the 2000 BPOL Guidelines: 23 VAC 10-500, 2461/4291
      • Box 19 Folder 1
        Amendment of the Retail Sales and Use Tax Government Contractors Regulation Section to Conform to Item 268 of the 2006 Budget Bill: 23 VAC 10-210, 2411/4587
      • Box 19 Folder 2
        Amendment of the Watercraft Sales and Use Tax Regulations and the Retail Sales and Use Tax Regulation: 23 VAC 10-230, 2721/4708
      • Box 19 Folder 3
        General Provisions Applicable to All Taxes Administered by the Department of Taxation, Promulgation of an Administrative Appeals Regulation Section 23 VAC 10-20-165 and Amendment of Existing Regulation Sections to be Consistent with the New Section: 23 VAC 10-20, 2537/4418
      • Box 19 Folder 4
        Public Participation Guidelines, Model Public Participation Guidelines: 23 VAC 10-11, 2724/4716
      • Box 19 Folder 5
        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Maintenance Contracts and Warranty Plans: 23 VAC 10-210, 2238/4550
      • Box 19 Folder 6
        Virginia Slaughter Hog and Feeder Pig Excise Tax Regulations: 23 VAC 10-70, 2053/4296
      • Box 19 Folder 7
        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Penalties and Interest, Audits: 23 VAC 10-210, 2242/4721
      • Box 19 Folder 8
        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Action to Amend "Churches" Regulation: 23 VAC 10-210, 2193/5017
      • Box 19 Folder 9
        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Motor Vehicle Refinishers, Painters and Car Washers: 23 VAC 10-210, 2240/4804
      • Box 19 Folder 10
        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Penalties and Interest, Audits: 23 VAC 10-210, 2242/5158
      • Box 19 Folder 11
        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Maintenance Contracts and Warranty Plans: 23 VAC 10-210, 2238/5159
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        Retail Sales and Use Tax, Motor Vehicle Refinishers, Painters and Car Washers: 23 VAC 10-210, 2240/5339
  • HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES, Secretary of
    • Department for the Aging
      • Box 19 Folder 13
        The Virginia Public Guardian and Conservator Program: 22 VAC 5-30, 1805/3256
      • Box 19 Folder 14
        The Virginia Public Guardian and Conservator Program, New Regulation: 22 VAC 5-30, 1805/4413
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        The Virginia Guardian and Conservator Program, New Regulation: 22 VAC 5-30, 1805/4084
    • Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired
      • Box 19 Folder 15
        Regulations Governing Provisions of Services in Vocational Rehabilitation, Repeal Existing Regulation and Promulgate New Regulations: 22 VAC 45-51, 2588/4506
    • Department of Health
      • Box 19 Folder 16
        Biosolids Use, Certification of Land Appliers: 12 VAC 5-585, 1592/2874
      • Box 19 Folder 17
        Disease Reporting and Control: 12 VAC 5-90, 1595/2884
      • Box 19 Folder 18
        Biosolids Use, Enforcement and Site Management: 12 VAC 5-585, 1684/3069
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        Disease Reporting and Control, Quarantine and Isolation: 12 VAC 5-90, 1626/3089
      • Box 19 Folder 20
        Expansion of Virginia Newborn Screening Services: 12 VAC 5-71, 1842/3331
      • Box 19 Folder 21
        Disease Reporting and Control: 12 VAC 5-90, 1616/3589
      • Box 19 Folder 22
        Bedding and Upholstered Furniture Inspection Program: 12 VAC 5-125, 1419/3318
      • Box 19 Folder 23
        Onsite Sewage Regulation: 12 VAC 5-611, 1955/3508
      • Box 19 Folder 24
        Virginia Medical Services Regulations, Adoption of Regulations Addressing the Designation of Regional Emergency Medical Services Council Designation and the Rescue Squad Assistance Fund: 12 VAC 5-31, 1169/3614
      • Box 19 Folder 25
        Biosolids Use, Certification of Land Appliers: 12 VAC 5-585, 1592/3434
      • Box 19 Folder 26
        Board of Health Regulations, Amendment in Accordance with a Recent Court Case: 12 VAC 5-550, 2192/3248
      • Box 19 Folder 27
        Expansion of Newborn Screening Services: 12 VAC 5-71, 1842/3648
      • Box 20 Folder 1
        Repeal Existing Regulations and Adopt New Regulations Containing Up-To-Date Radiological Health Standards: 12 VAC 5-480, 895/3643
      • Box 20 Folder 2
        Regulations Governing Provisions of Services in Vocational Rehabilitation: 22 VAC 45-51, 1923/3647
      • Box 20 Folder 3
        Biosolids Use Regulations, 2006 Fee Amendment: 12 VAC 5-585, 2705/3697
      • Box 20 Folder 4
        Waterworks Regulations, Emergency Management Plan for Community Waterworks: 12 VAC 5-590, 1640/3666
      • Box 20 Folder 5
        State Plan for the Provision of Children's Specialty Services (REPEAL): 12 VAC 5-190, 1590/3510
      • Box 20 Folder 6
        Proposed Repeal of VAC Codified Plan Followed by Implementation of a Guidance Document: 12 VAC 5-60, 1311/3558
      • Box 20 Folder 7
        Biosolids Use, Enforcement and Site Management: 12 VAC 5-585, 1684/3453
      • Box 20 Folder 8
        Amendment of Fee Schedule: 12 VAC 5-490, 2191/3847
      • Box 20 Folder 9
        Regulations for Disease Reporting and Control, Regulations for Reporting Healthcare Associated Infections: 12 VAC 5-90, 2212/3871
      • Box 20 Folder 10
        Regulations Governing Virginia Newborn Screening Services/Expansion of Newborn Screening Services: 12 VAC 5-71, 1842/3923
      • Box 20 Folder 11
        Regulations for Disease Reporting and Control: 12 VAC 5-90, 2212/4032
      • Box 20 Folder 12
        State Plan for the Children with Special Health Care Needs Program: 12 VAC 5-191, 1590/4138
      • Box 20 Folder 13
        Regulations for Bedding and Upholstered Furniture Inspection Program, New Regulation: 12 VAC 5-125, 1419/4041
      • Box 20 Folder 14
        Biosolids Use, Certification of Land Appliers: 12 VAC 5-585, 1592/4132
      • Box 20 Folder 15
        Regulations Governing the Virginia Physician Loan Repayment Program, Adoption of Regulations to Administer a Loan Repayment Program: 12 VAC 5-508, 716/4008
      • Box 20 Folder 16
        Virginia Emergency Medical Services Regulations, Adoption of Regulations Addressing the Designation of Regional Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Council Designation and the Rescue Squad Assistance Fund (RSAF): 12 VAC 5-31, 1169/4269
      • Box 20 Folder 17
        Biosolids Use Regulations, Enforcement and Site Management: 12 VAC 5-585, 1684/4163
      • Box 20 Folder 18
        Regulations Governing Durable Do Not Resuscitate Orders, Improve Processes and Ensure Consistent Care Throughout the Healthcare Continuum: 12 VAC 5-66, 2520/4392
      • Box 20 Folder 19
        Regulations for the Licensure of Hospices, Hospice Program Changes: 12 VAC 5-391, 2462/4293
      • Box 20 Folder 20
        Virginia Emergency Medical Services Regulations, Include New Regulations as a Result of Legislative Changes and Changes in Practice of EMS: 12 VAC 5-31, 2446/4270
      • Box 20 Folder 21
        State Medical Facilities Plan: 12 VAC 5-230, 240-360, 1190/4004
      • Box 20 Folder 22
        Emergency Regulation to Require the Reporting of Certain Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Infections: 12 VAC 5-90, 2511/4379
      • Box 20 Folder 23
        Disease Reporting and Control, Reporting Healthcare-Associated Infections: 12 VAC 5-90, 2212/4382
      • Box 20 Folder 24
        Regulations for the Immunization of School Children: 12 VAC 5-110, 2593/4516
      • Box 20 Folder 25
        Regulations Governing the State Dental Scholarship Program, Amend Regulation Following Periodic Review: 12 VAC 5-520, 2624/4570
      • Box 20 Folder 26
        Regulations Implementing the Virginia Organ and Tissue Donor Registry, Amendment for Clarity, Efficiency and Effectiveness: 12 VAC 5-475, 2631/4583
      • Box 20 Folder 27
        Virginia Hearing Impairment Identification and Monitoring System, Amend the Regulations as a Result of Periodic Review: 12 VAC 5-80, 2634/4586
      • Box 20 Folder 28
        Regulations for Inpatient Hospital Licensure, Repeal of Sections in 12 VAC 5-410 with Promulgation of a New Regulation: 12 VAC 5-411, 2622/4567
      • Box 21 Folder 1
        State Board of Health Virginia Radiation Protection Regulations, Amendment of Fee Schedule: 12 VAC 5-490, 2191/4281
      • Box 21 Folder 2
        Regulations for Disease Reporting and Control, Requiring MRSA Reporting: 12 VAC 5-90, 2511/4500
      • Box 21 Folder 3
        Virginia Radiation Protection Regulations Fee Schedule for X-ray Fees: 12 VAC 5-490, 2453/4515
      • Box 21 Folder 4
        Regulations for the Licensure of Hospices, Hospice Program Changes: 12 VAC 5-391, 2462/4468
      • Box 21 Folder 5
        Waterworks Regulations, Chronically Noncompliant Waterworks: 12 VAC 5-590, 2743/4733
      • Box 21 Folder 6
        Onsite Sewage Regulations, Adopt New Performance-Based Regulations Pertaining to Locating, Designing, Constructing and Operating Onsite Sewage Systems: 12 VAC 5-611, 2609/4538
      • Box 21 Folder 7
        Regulations for Testing Children for Elevated Blood-Lead Levels, Amend Lead-Testing Regulations to Reflect New Statutory Requirements: 12 VAC 5-120, 2428/4624
      • Box 21 Folder 8
        State Medical Facilities Plan, Comprehensive SMFP Revision: 12 VAC 5-230, 1190/4707
      • Box 21 Folder 9
        Regulations for Disease Reporting and Control, 2008 Update: 12 VAC 5-90, 2775/4768
      • Box 21 Folder 10
        Advance Health Care Directive Registry: 12 VAC 5-67, 2748/4738
      • Box 21 Folder 11
        Regulations for Disease Reporting and Control, Regulations Requiring MRSA Reporting: 12 VAC 5-90, 2511/4857
      • Box 21 Folder 12
        Virginia Radiation Protection Regulations, Fee Schedule, Amendment of Fee Schedule: 12 VAC 5-490, 2191/4855
      • Box 21 Folder 13
        Board of Health Regulations Governing Vital Records, Amendment in Accordance with a Recent Court Case: 12 VAC 5-550, 2192/4617
      • Box 21 Folder 14
        Regulations for the Immunization of School Children, Update of the Regulations: 12 VAC 5-110, 2593/4858
      • Box 21 Folder 15
        Establishment of the Virginia Immunization Information System: 12 VAC 5-115, 3071/5183
      • Box 21 Folder 16
        Regulations for the Onsite Sewage Indemnification Fund, Implement Section 32.1-164.1:01 of the Code of Virginia: 12 VAC 5-612, 2608/4854
      • Box 21 Folder 17
        New Regulations Establishing a Uniform Schedule of Civil Penalties for Violations of Onsite Sewage and Alternative Discharging Sewage Treatment System Regulations: 12 VAC 5-650, 2610/4859
      • Box 21 Folder 18
        Virginia Radiation Protection Regulations, Fingerprinting Update with Contact Information: 12 VAC 5-481, 2984/5046
      • Box 21 Folder 19
        Regulations for Disease Reporting and Control, Expanded Requirements for Reporting Healthcare-Associated Infections: 12 VAC 5-90, 3122/5258
      • Box 21 Folder 20
        Regulations Governing Durable Do Not Resuscitate Orders, Amend to Improve Processes and Ensure Consistent Care throughout the Healthcare Continuum: 12 VAC 5-66, 2520/5048
      • Box 21 Folder 21
        Regulations for Testing Children for Elevated Blood-Lead Levels, Amend Lead-Testing Regulations to Reflect New Statutory Requirements: 12 VAC 5-120, 2428/5196
      • Box 21 Folder 22
        Regulations for Disease Reporting and Control, 2008 Update: 12 VAC 5-90, 2775/5049
      • Box 21 Folder 23
        Advance Health Care Directive Registry, Implement a Secure Online Registry for Citizens to Submit Advance Health Care Directive: 12 VAC 5-67, 2748/4738
      • Box 21 Folder 24
        Virginia Emergency Medical Services Regulations, Amend Current Regulations to Include New Regulations as a Result of Legislative Changes and Changes in the Practice of EMS: 12 VAC 5-31, 2446/5047
    • Department of Health Professions
      • Box 22 Folder 1
        State Plan for the Provision of Children's Specialty Services, Repeal of 12 VAC 5-190 with Adoption of 12 VAC 5-191, 1590/2871
      • Box 22 Folder 2
        Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Regulatory Review: 18 VAC 65-20, 1866/3368
      • Box 22 Folder 3
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry, and Chiropractic: 18 VAC 85-20
      • Box 22 Folder 4
        Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers and Resident Trainee Program for Funeral Service, Fee Increase: 18 VAC 65-20-10, 18 VAC 65-40-10, 1838/3312
      • Box 22 Folder 5
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Requirements for a Restricted Volunteer License: 18 VAC 85-20, 2116/3749
      • Box 22 Folder 6
        Board of Nursing, Inactive Licensure: 18 VAC 90-20, 1888/3411
      • Box 22 Folder 7
        Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Resident Trainee Program for Funeral Service: 18 VAC 65-40, 1795/3552
      • Box 22 Folder 8
        Board of Counseling, Portability of Licensure: 18 VAC 115-20, 1634/2949
      • Box 22 Folder 9
        Board of Dentistry, Fee Increase: 18 VAC 60-20, 1826/3302
      • Box 22 Folder 10
        Board of Nursing, Registration of Medication Aides: 18 VAC 90-60, 1765/3199
      • Box 22 Folder 11
        Board of Pharmacy, Practitioners of the Healing Arts to Sell Controlled Substances: 18 VAC 110-30, 1613/3065
      • Box 22 Folder 12
        Board of Dentistry, Licensure Requirements: 18 VAC 60-20, 1819/3289
      • Box 22 Folder 13
        Board of Medicine, Post-Graduate Training for Graduates of Non-Accredited Medical Schools: 18 VAC 85-20, 1768/3204
      • Box 22 Folder 14
        Regulations Governing the Licensure of Nurse Practitioners, Practice of Certified Nurse Midwives: 18 VAC 90-30, 2115/3745
      • Box 22 Folder 15
        Prescription Monitoring Program: 18 VAC 76-20, 1800/3255
      • Box 22 Folder 16
        Board of Pharmacy, Wholesale Distributors, Manufacturers and Warehousers: 18 VAC 110-50, 1793/3240
      • Box 22 Folder 17
        Boards of Nursing and Medicine, Licensure of Nurse Practitioners, Provisional License: 18 VAC 90-30, 1931/3487
      • Box 22 Folder 18
        Board of Medicine, Requirements for Malpractice Reporting on Practitioner Profile: 18 VAC 85-20, 1767/3203
      • Box 22 Folder 19
        Board of Social Work, Standards of Practice: 18 VAC 140-20, 1806/3258
      • Box 22 Folder 20
        Virginia Board of Dentistry, Monitoring of Nitrous Oxide: 18 VAC 60-20, 2107/3736
      • Box 22 Folder 21
        Board of Dentistry, Expansion of Duties to Dental Assistants: 18 VAC 60-20, 1779/3214
      • Box 22 Folder 22
        Board of Long Term Care Administrators, Qualifications for Initial Licensure and for Preceptors: 18 VAC 95-20, 1668/3349
      • Box 22 Folder 23
        Board of Medicine, Requirement for Malpractice Reporting on Practitioner Profile: 18 VAC 85-20, 1767/3515
      • Box 22 Folder 24
        Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Resident Trainee Program for Funeral Service: 18 VAC 65-40, 1795/3242
      • Box 22 Folder 25
        Acceptance of Credentialing Bodies for Graduates of Non-Approved Physical Therapy Schools: 18 VAC 112-20, 1614/3646
      • Box 22 Folder 26
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Assisted Living Facility Administrators, Requirements for Licensure: 18 VAC 95-30, 1850/3599
      • Box 22 Folder 27
        Board of Optometry, TPA Certification: 18 VAC 105-20, 1610/3091
      • Box 22 Folder 28
        Board of Dentistry Fee Increase: 18 VAC 60-20, 1826/3572
      • Box 22 Folder 29
        Virginia Board of Dentistry, Fee Increase: 18 VAC 60-20, 1826/3824
      • Box 22 Folder 30
        Regulations of the Board of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology, Professional Licensure: 18 VAC 30-20, 2076/3701
      • Box 22 Folder 31
        Board of Pharmacy, Elimination of Alarm for Alternate Delivery Sites: 18 VAC 110-20, 1944/3505
      • Box 22 Folder 32
        Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Fee Increase: 18 VAC 65-20, 1838/3819
      • Box 22 Folder 33
        Initial Regulations Governing the Practice of Licensed Midwives: 18 VAC 85-130, 1882/3585
      • Box 22 Folder 34
        Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers Fee Increase: 18 VAC 65-20, 1838/3574
      • Box 22 Folder 35
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Licensed Midwives, Initial Regulations: 18 VAC 85-130, 1882/3878
      • Box 22 Folder 36
        Board of Pharmacy, Oversight of Wholesale Distributors: 18 VAC 110-20, 1531/3151
      • Box 23 Folder 1
        Board of Nursing, Registration of Medication Aides, Initial Requirements for Registration: 18 VAC 90-60, 1765/3509
      • Box 23 Folder 2
        Public Participation Guidelines, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 150-10, 2231/3906
      • Box 23 Folder 3
        Board of Long-Term Care Administrators, Practice of Assisted Living Facility, Requirements for Licensure: 18 VAC 95-30, 1850/3341
      • Box 23 Folder 4
        Board of Physical Therapy, Acceptance of Credentialing Bodies for Graduates on Non-Approved Physical Therapy Schools: 18 VAC 112-20, 1614/2906
      • Box 23 Folder 5
        Regulations for the Board of Nursing, Qualifications for Initial Licensure and for Preceptors: 18 VAC 95-20, 1668/3774
      • Box 23 Folder 6
        Public Participation Guidelines, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 115-10, 2232/3907
      • Box 23 Folder 7
        Board of Dentistry, Changes to Application Requirements: 18 VAC 60-20, 1969/3526
      • Box 23 Folder 8
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Post-Graduate Training for Graduates of Non-Accredited Medical Schools: 18 VAC 85-20, 1768/3747
      • Box 23 Folder 9
        Public Participation Guidelines, Periodic Review Recommendations: 18 VAC 95-10, 2226/3896
      • Box 23 Folder 10
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Professional Counseling, Requirements for Residency, Endorsement Portability: 18 VAC 115-20, 2068/3690
      • Box 23 Folder 11
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Waiver of CE for Medical Examiners: 18 VAC 85-20, 2128/3764
      • Box 23 Folder 12
        Public Participation Guidelines, Periodic Review Recommendations: 18 VAC 90-10, 2174/3827
      • Box 23 Folder 13
        Board of Pharmacy, Acceptance of TOEFL iBT: 18 VAC 110-20, 1883/3404
      • Box 23 Folder 14
        Regulatory Review on Regulations Governing Certified Nurse Aides: 18 VAC 90-25, 1825/3524
      • Box 23 Folder 15
        Public Participation Guidelines, Periodic Review Recommendations: 18 VAC 75-10, 2173/3826
      • Box 23 Folder 16
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic Use of Major Conductive Blocks in Office-Based Anesthesia: 18 VAC 85-20, 1667/3746
      • Box 23 Folder 17
        Board of Pharmacy, Oversight of Wholesale Distributors: 18 VAC 110-20, 1531/3598
      • Box 23 Folder 18
        Public Participation Guidelines, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 115-10, 2232/3999
      • Box 23 Folder 19
        Public Participation Guidelines, Periodic Review Recommendations: 18 VAC 30-10, 2158/3963
      • Box 23 Folder 20
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Requirements for a Restricted Volunteer License: 18 VAC 85-20, 2116/3895
      • Box 23 Folder 21
        Public Participation Guidelines, Periodic Review Recommendations: 18 VAC 90-10, 2174/4056
      • Box 23 Folder 22
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Requirement for Malpractice Reporting on Practitioner Profile: 18 VAC 85-20, 1767/3893
      • Box 23 Folder 23
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Mixing, Diluting or Reconstituting Drug Products by Doctors: 18 VAC 85-20, 1908/3748
      • Box 23 Folder 24
        Regulations Governing Collaborative Practice Agreements, Clarification and Less Burdensome Requirements: 18 VAC 110-40, 1943/3750
      • Box 23 Folder 25
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Clarification of Chiropractic CE: 18 VAC 85-20, 2217/3881
      • Box 23 Folder 26
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Licensure Credentials and Examination Requirements: 18 VAC 85-20, 2028/3803
      • Box 23 Folder 27
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Changes in Continuing Competency Requirements: 18 VAC 85-20, 1959/3755
      • Box 23 Folder 28
        Regulations Governing the Licensure of Athletic Trainers, Responsibilities of Supervisors of AT's with Provisional Authorization: 18 VAC 85-120, 1945/3763
      • Box 23 Folder 29
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Waiver of CE for Medical Examiners: 18 VAC 85-20, 2128/3897
      • Box 23 Folder 30
        Regulations of the Board of Nursing, Regulatory Review: 18 VAC 90-20, 1824/3780
      • Box 23 Folder 31
        Regulations of the Board of Nursing, Inactive Licensure: 18 VAC 90-20, 1888/3738
      • Box 23 Folder 32
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Social Work, Requirements for Examination Supervision and Practice Standards: 18 VAC 140-20, 2209/3868
      • Box 23 Folder 33
        Public Participation Guidelines, Clarification of Requirements: 18 VAC 85-10, 2215/3879
      • Box 23 Folder 34
        Public Participation Guidelines, Periodic Review Recommendations: 18 VAC 112-10, 2159/3801
      • Box 23 Folder 35
        Public Participation Guidelines, Periodic Review Recommendations: 18 VAC 30-10, 2158/3800
      • Box 23 Folder 36
        Public Participation Guidelines, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 76-30, 2166/3815
      • Box 23 Folder 37
        Public Participation Guidelines, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 110-10, 2185/3840
      • Box 23 Folder 38
        Public Participation Guidelines, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 65-10, 2169/3820
      • Box 23 Folder 39
        Regulations for Prescriptive Authority for Nurse Practitioners, Practice Standards for Pain Management: 18 VAC 90-40, 2234/3910
      • Box 23 Folder 40
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Respiratory Care Practitioners, Periodic Review Recommendations: 18 VAC 85-20, 2027/3802
      • Box 23 Folder 41
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Professional Counselors, Regulations Governing the Practice of Marriage and Family Therapy, Regulations Governing the Practice of Licensed Substance Abuse Treatment, Practitioners: 18 VAC 115-20, 18 VAC 115-50, 18 VAC 115-60, 2068/4019
      • Box 23 Folder 42
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Psychology, Revisions of Continuing Education Requirements: 18 VAC 125-10
      • Box 23 Folder 43
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Dentistry and Dental Hygiene, Criteria for Informed Consent: 18 VAC 60-20
      • Box 23 Folder 44
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Physical Therapy, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 112-20-10 et seq., 2359/4136
      • Box 24 Folder 1
        Regulations Governing the Certification of Nurse Aides, Periodic Review Changes: 18 VAC 90-25-10 et seq., 1825/4115
      • Box 24 Folder 2
        Regulations Governing the Practice, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Documentation for Claims in Advertisements: 18 VAC 85-20, 2225/3894
      • Box 24 Folder 3
        Virginia Board of Dentistry, Extension of Time Limit for General Supervision: 18 VAC 60-20, 2247/3945
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        Public Participation Guidelines, Clarification of Requirements: 18 VAC 85-10, 2215/4088
      • Box 24 Folder 5
        Public Participation Guidelines, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 110-10, 2185/4075
      • Box 24 Folder 6
        Board of Optometry, Clarification of Continuing Education Requirements: 18 VAC 105-20, 2048/4058
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        Regulations Governing the Practice of Marriage and Family Therapy, Response to Petition for Rule-Making: 18 VAC 115-50, 2259/3971
      • Box 24 Folder 8
        Regulations Governing Practitioner Self-Referral, Delegation to an Agency Subordinate: 18 VAC 75-20, 2352/4130
      • Box 24 Folder 9
        Regulations Governing the Registration of Medication Aides, Initial Requirements for Registration: 18 VAC 90-60, 1765/3944
      • Box 24 Folder 10
        Regulations Governing the Licensure of Nurse Practitioners, Practice of Certified Nurse Midwives: 18 VAC 90-30, 2115/3911
      • Box 24 Folder 11
        Regulations of the Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Regulatory Review: 18 VAC 65-20, 1866/3943
      • Box 24 Folder 12
        Regulations Governing Wholesale Distributors, Manufacturers and Warehousers, Pedigree Requirement: 18 VAC 110-50, 1793/3914
      • Box 24 Folder 13
        Regulations of the Board of Audiology and Speech, Language Pathology, Provisional Licensing: 18 VAC 30-20, 2076/3946
      • Box 24 Folder 14
        Public Participation Guidelines, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 60-10, 2249/3953
      • Box 24 Folder 15
        Board of Social Services, Core Licensing Standards for Children's Residential Facilities: 22 VAC 42-11
      • Box 24 Folder 16
        Board of Medicine, Regulations Governing the Licensure of Radiologic Technologists and Radiologic Technologists, Limited, Licensure of Radiologist Assistants: 18 VAC 85-101, 3108/5235
      • Box 24 Folder 17
        Board of Nursing, Regulations of the Board of Nursing, Increase in Fees: 18 VAC 90-20, 3110/5237
      • Box 24 Folder 18
        Board of Veterinary Medicine, Regulations Governing the Practice of Veterinary Medicine, Fee Increase: 18 VAC 150-20, 3112/5239
      • Box 24 Folder 19
        Board of Optometry, Licensure by Examination: 18 VAC 150-20 et seq., 2347/4119
      • Box 24 Folder 20
        Regulations for the Funeral Service Intern Program, Periodic Review/Flexibility in Intern Requirements: 18 VAC 65-40, 1795/3818
      • Box 24 Folder 21
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Physical Therapy, Direct Access Certification: 18 VAC 112-20, 2451/4279
      • Box 24 Folder 22
        Virginia Board of Pharmacy, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 110-20, 2420/4223
      • Box 24 Folder 23
        Regulations for Testing Children for Elevated Blood-Lead Levels, Amend to Reflect New Statutory Requirements: 12 VAC 5-120, 2428/4243
      • Box 24 Folder 24
        Regulations of the Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Standards for Crematories: 18 VAC 65-20, 2427/4242
      • Box 24 Folder 25
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Licensure Credentials and Examination Requirements: 18 VAC 85-20, 2028/4221
      • Box 24 Folder 26
        Board of Dentistry, Administration of Anesthesia or Analgesia by Hygienists: 18 VAC 60-20, 2106/4120
      • Box 24 Folder 27
        Board of Funerals Directors and Embalmers, Periodic Review of Public Participation Guidelines: 18 VAC 65-10, 2169/4214
      • Box 24 Folder 28
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Veterinary Medicine, Registration of Equine Dental Technicians: 18 VAC 150-20
      • Box 24 Folder 29
        Regulations Governing the Registration of Medication Aides, Correction of Section for Consistency: 18 VAC 90-60, 2439/4260
      • Box 24 Folder 30
        Regulations Governing the Licensure of Nurse Practitioners, Delegation to an Agency Subordinate: 18 VAC 90-30, 2440/4261
      • Box 24 Folder 31
        Virginia Board of Dentistry, Delegation to an Agency Subordinate: 18 VAC 60-20, 2435/4253
      • Box 24 Folder 32
        Regulations Governing Collaborative Practice Agreements, Clarification and Less Burdensome Requirements: 18 VAC 110-40, 1943/4259
      • Box 24 Folder 33
        Regulations Governing the Licensure of Athletic Trainers, Responsibilities of Supervisors of AT's with Provisional Authorization: 18 VAC 85-120, 1945/4218
      • Box 24 Folder 34
        Board of Long-Term Care Administrators, Regulations Governing the Practice of Assisted Living Facility Administrators: 18 VAC 95-30, 1850/3939
      • Box 24 Folder 35
        Regulations of the Board of Nursing, Inactive Licensure: 18 VAC 90-20, 1888/4217
      • Box 24 Folder 36
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Waiver of CE for Medical Examiners: 18 VAC 85-20, 2128/4222
      • Box 25 Folder 1
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Changes in Continuing Competency Requirements: 18 VAC 85-20, 1959/4220
      • Box 25 Folder 2
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Mixing, Diluting or Reconstructing Sterile Drug Products by Doctors: 18 VAC 85-20, 1908/4216
      • Box 25 Folder 3
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Respiratory Care Practitioners, Periodic Review Recommendations: 18 VAC 85-40, 2027/4219
      • Box 25 Folder 4
        Board for Long-Term Care Administrators, Periodic Review Recommendations for Public Participation Guidelines: 18 VAC 95-10, 2226/4250
      • Box 25 Folder 5
        Regulations of the Virginia Board Optometry, Additional Requirements for Licensure by Examinations: 18 VAC 105-20, 2347/4165
      • Box 25 Folder 6
        Public Participation Guidelines, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 150-10, 2231/4147
      • Box 25 Folder 7
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Veterinary Medicine, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 150-20, 2421/4224
      • Box 25 Folder 8
        Board of Nursing, Regulatory Review of the Board of Nursing: 18 VAC 90-20, 1824/4254
      • Box 25 Folder 9
        Regulations for Prescriptive Authority for Nurse Practitioners, Clarification of Requirements for Supervision: 18 VAC 90-40, 2452/4280
      • Box 25 Folder 10
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Four-Year Degree for Licensure in Chiropractic: 18 VAC 85-20, 2315/4057
      • Box 25 Folder 11
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Social Work, Continuing Education for Licensed Social Workers: 18 VAC 140-20, 2437/4257
      • Box 25 Folder 12
        Board of Dentistry, Rule on Delegation of Scaling and/or Root Planning: 18 VAC 60-20, 2493/4344
      • Box 25 Folder 13
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Certified Midwives: 18 VAC 90-30, 2115/4386
      • Box 25 Folder 14
        Board of Audiology and Speech, Provisional Licensure: 18 VAC 30-20, 2076/4384
      • Box 25 Folder 15
        Regulations Governing Wholesale Distributors, Manufacturers and Warehouses, Pedigree Requirement: 18 VAC 110-50, 1793/4345
      • Box 25 Folder 16
        Board of Audiology and Speech, Language Pathology, Endorsement and Reinstatement: 18 VAC 30-20, 2544/4432
      • Box 25 Folder 17
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Veterinary Medicine, Modifications to Equine Dentistry Requirements: 18 VAC 150-20, 2542/4428
      • Box 25 Folder 18
        Regulations of the Board of Optometry, Standards of Conduct: 18 VAC 105-20, 2538/4423
      • Box 25 Folder 19
        Virginia Board of Dentistry Regulations, Administration of Anesthesia or Analgesia by Hygienists: 18 VAC 60-20, 2106/4499
      • Box 25 Folder 20
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Social Work, Requirements for Examination, Supervision and Practice Standards: 18 VAC 140-20, 2209/4215
      • Box 25 Folder 21
        Requirements for a Restricted Volunteer License: 18 VAC 85-20, 2116/4410
      • Box 25 Folder 22
        Board of Long Term Care Administrators, Regulations Governing the Practice of Nursing Home Administrators: 18 VAC 95-20, 2541/4427
      • Box 25 Folder 23
        Board of Medicine Regulations Governing the Licensure of Athletic Trainers: 18 VAC 85-120, 2540/4425
      • Box 25 Folder 24
        Regulations for the Board of Nursing: 18 VAC 90-20, 2604/4531
      • Box 25 Folder 25
        Board of Social Work, Regulations Governing the Practice of Social Work, Continuing Education for Licensed Social Workers: 18 VAC 140-20, 2537/4430
      • Box 25 Folder 26
        Board of Medicine, Regulations Governing the Licensure of Radiologic Technologists and Radiologic Technologists, Limited: 18 VAC 85-101, 2539/4424
      • Box 25 Folder 27
        State Board of Health, Regulations for the Sanitary Control of the Picking, Packaging and Marketing of Crab Meat for Human Consumption: 12 VAC 5-160, 2571/4484
      • Box 25 Folder 28
        Board of Social Work, Regulations Governing the Practice of Social Work Clinical Course of Study: 18 VAC 140-20, 2595/4521
      • Box 25 Folder 29
        Board of Pharmacy Regulations, Standards of Conduct: 18 VAC 110-20, 2585/4503
      • Box 25 Folder 30
        State Board of Health, New Regulation Establishing a Uniform Schedule of Civil Penalties for Violations of Onsite Sewage and Alternative Discharging Sewage Treatment System Regulations: 12 VAC 5-650, 2610/4539
      • Box 25 Folder 31
        State Board of Health, Regulation for the Onsite Sewage Indemnification Fund: 12 VAC 5-612, 2608/4537
      • Box 25 Folder 32
        Board of Dentistry, Regulations Inspection Fee: 18 VAC 60-20, 2586/4504
      • Box 25 Folder 33
        Board of Medicine, Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Exemptions from Second Check for Vaccines: 18 VAC 60-20, 2603/4530
      • Box 25 Folder 34
        Licensure of Nurse Practitioners, Consistency with Inactive Licensure: 18 VAC 90-30, 2516/4389
      • Box 25 Folder 35
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Professional Counseling, Requirements for Residency, Endorsement Portability: 18 VAC 115-20, 2068/4421
      • Box 25 Folder 36
        Regulations of the Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers: 18 VAC 65-20, 1866/4429
      • Box 25 Folder 37
        Board of Psychology, Regulation Governing the Certification of Sex Offender Treatment Providers: 18 VAC 125-30, 2349/4533
      • Box 25 Folder 38
        Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Standards for Crematories: 18 VAC 65-20, 2427/4527
      • Box 25 Folder 39
        Board of Physical Therapy Regulations Governing the Practice of Physical Therapy: 18 VAC 112-20, 2359/4502
      • Box 25 Folder 40
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Physical Therapy Direct Access Certification: 18 VAC 112-20, 2451/4558
      • Box 25 Folder 41
        Board of Veterinary Medicine, Regulations Governing the Practice of Veterinary Medicine: 18 VAC 150-20, 2421/4509
      • Box 26 Folder 1
        Board of Long-Term Care Administrators, Regulations Governing the Practice of Assisted Living Facility Administrators: 18 VAC 95-30, 2618/4559
      • Box 26 Folder 2
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Social Work, Experience and Examination Requirements: 18 VAC 140-20, 2602/4529
      • Box 26 Folder 3
        Board of Nursing, Regulations Governing the Registration of Medication Aides, Exception for Dilution or Glucagon: 18 VAC 90-60, 2628/4578
      • Box 26 Folder 4
        State Board of Health, Virginia Radiation Protection Regulations, Amend to Adopt Federal Order Requiring Fingerprinting: 12 VAC 5-481, 2639/4600
      • Box 26 Folder 5
        Board of Nursing, Regulations Governing the Licensure of Nurse Practitioners, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 90-30, 2711/4694
      • Box 26 Folder 6
        Board of Medicine, Regulations for Licensure of Occupational Therapists, Licensure of Occupational Therapy Assistants: 18 VAC 85-80, 2758/4750
      • Box 26 Folder 7
        Regulations of the Board of Audiology and Speech, Language Pathology, Endorsement and Reinstatement: 18 VAC 30-20, 2544/4616
      • Box 26 Folder 8
        Virginia Board of Pharmacy Regulations, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 110-20, 2420/4622
      • Box 26 Folder 9
        Virginia Board of Pharmacy Regulations, Changes in Renewal Dates for Pharmacies and Permitted Facilities: 18 VAC 110-20, 2675/4656
      • Box 26 Folder 10
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Social Work, Requirements for Examination, Supervision and Practice Standards: 18 VAC 140-20, 2209/4619
      • Box 26 Folder 11
        Virginia Board of Pharmacy Regulations, Changes to Nuclear Pharmacy Rules: 18 VAC 110-20, 2676/4657
      • Box 26 Folder 12
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Marriage and Family Therapy, Response to Petition for Rule-Making: 18 VAC 115-50, 2259/4351
      • Box 26 Folder 13
        Board of Nursing, Regulations Governing the Certification of Massage Therapists: 18 VAC 90-50, 2667/4645
      • Box 26 Folder 14
        Board of Dentistry, Virginia Board of Dentistry Regulations, Registration and Practice of Dental Assistants: 18 VAC 60-20, 2710/4693
      • Box 26 Folder 15
        Board of Physical Therapy, Regulations Governing the Practice of Physical Therapy, Direct Access Certification: 18 VAC 112-20, 2451/4902
      • Box 26 Folder 16
        Board of Pharmacy, Virginia Board of Pharmacy Regulations, Drug Donation Program: 18 VAC 110-20, 2791/4789
      • Box 26 Folder 17
        Board of Medicine, Regulations Governing the Practice of Medicine, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Chiropractic, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 85-20, 2920/4952
      • Box 26 Folder 18
        State Board of Health, Home Care Organization Regulations, 2009 Update: 12 VAC 5-38, 2970/5023
      • Box 26 Folder 19
        Regulations of the Virginia Board of Optometry, Clarification of Continuing Education Requirements: 18 VAC 105-20, 2048/4951
      • Box 26 Folder 20
        Regulations of the Virginia Board of Optometry, Standards of Conduct: 18 VAC 105-20, 2538/4962
      • Box 26 Folder 27
        Virginia Board of Pharmacy Regulations, Changes in Renewal Dates for Pharmacies and Permitted Facilities: 18 VAC 110-20, 2675/4950
      • Box 26 Folder 28
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Physical Therapy, Traineeship Changes, Continuing Education: 18 VAC 112-20, 3021/5111
      • Box 26 Folder 29
        Board of Medicine, Regulations for Licensure of Occupational Therapists, Licensure of Occupational Therapy Assistants: 18 VAC 85-80, 2758/5030
      • Box 26 Folder 30
        Regulations of the Board of Nursing, Requirements for Foreign-Trained Nurses: 18 VAC 90-20, 2604/4960
      • Box 26 Folder 31
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Psychology, Revisions to Continuing Education Requirements: 18 VAC 125-20, 2350/4949
      • Box 26 Folder 32
        Board of Psychology, Regulations Governing the Certification of Sex Offender Treatment Providers, Changes to Experience Requirements, Continuing Education: 18 VAC 125-30, 2349/5025
      • Box 26 Folder 33
        Board of Nursing, Requirements for Foreign-Trained Nurses: 18 VAC 90-20, 2604/5304
      • Box 26 Folder 34
        Board of Counseling, Regulations Governing the Practice of Professional Counseling, Clarification of Endorsement and Reporting Requirements: 18 VAC 115-20, 2925/4961
      • Box 26 Folder 35
        Regulations of the Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Standards for Crematories: 18 VAC 65-20, 2427/4959
      • Box 26 Folder 36
        Virginia Board of Pharmacy Regulations: Standards of Conduct: 18 VAC 110-20, 2585/5037
      • Box 26 Folder 37
        Board of Counseling, Regulations Governing the Practice of Marriage and Family Therapy, Response to Petition for Rule-Making: 18 VAC 115-50, 2259/5026
      • Box 26 Folder 38
        Regulations of the Board of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology, Endorsement and Reinstatement: 18 VAC 30-20, 2544/5027
      • Box 26 Folder 39
        Regulations of the Board of Nursing, Licensure by Endorsement, Clinical Experiences: 18 VAC 90-20, 2997/5078
      • Box 27 Folder 1
        Virginia Board of Pharmacy Regulations, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 110-20, 2420/5057
      • Box 27 Folder 2
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Professional Counseling, Addition to AAPC to List of Approved Providers of CE and Supervisor Training: 18 VAC 115-20, 3074/5186
      • Box 27 Folder 3
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Veterinary Medicine, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 150-20, 2421/4953
      • Box 27 Folder 4
        Regulations of the Board of Nursing, Conforming to Compact Rules: 18 VAC 90-20, 3111/5238
      • Box 27 Folder 5
        Virginia Board of Pharmacy Regulations, Signing of Automated Dispensing Devices in Hospitals: 18 VAC 110-20, 3113/5240
      • Box 27 Folder 6
        Board of Medicine, Regulations Governing the Practice of Licensed Midwives, Disclosure Requirements for High-Risk Pregnancies: 18 VAC 85-130, 3109/5236
      • Box 27 Folder 7
        Virginia Board of Dentistry Regulations, Recovery of Disciplinary Costs: 18 VAC 60-20, 3107/5234
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        Virginia Board of Dentistry Regulations, Registration of Mobile Clinics: 18 VAC 60-20, 3106/5232
      • Box 27 Folder 9
        Virginia Board of Pharmacy Regulations, Changes in Renewal Dates for Pharmacies and Permitted Facilities: 18 VAC 110-20, 2675/5291
      • Box 27 Folder 10
        Virginia Board of Pharmacy Regulations, Drug Donation Program: 18 VAC 110-20, 2791/5225
      • Box 27 Folder 11
        Board of Social Work, Regulations Governing the Practice of Social Work, Clarification of Supervision and Continuing Education: 18 VAC 140-20, 3120/5255
      • Box 27 Folder 12
        Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Requirements for Handling Dead Human Remains, 18 VAC 65-20, 3161/5324
      • Box 27 Folder 13
        Board of Social Work, Regulations Governing the Practice of Social Work, Clinical Course of Study: 18 VAC 140-20, 2595/5254
      • Box 27 Folder 14
        Virginia Board of Dentistry Regulations, Registration and Practice of Dental Assistants: 18 VAC 60-20, 2710/5233
      • Box 27 Folder 15
        Virginia Board of Pharmacy Regulations, Stat-Drug Boxes in Long-Term Care Facilities: 18 VAC 110-20, 3139/5290
      • Box 27 Folder 16
        Board of Psychology, Regulations Governing the Practice of Psychology, Periodic Review Recommendations, Acceptance of Pre-Internship Hours: 18 VAC 125-20, 3166/5332
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        Regulations Governing the Practice of Psychology: 18 VAC 125-20, 2350/4426
      • Box 27 Folder 16b
        Regulations Governing the Practice of Physical Therapy, Periodic Review: 18 VAC 112-20, 2359/4909
    • Department of Medical Assistance
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        Medicaid and Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan (FAMIS), Prior Authorization: 12 VAC 30-50, 1932/3488
      • Box 27 Folder 18
        Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan (FAMIS), Select Premium Assistance Program: 12 VAC 30-141, 1756/3189
      • Box 27 Folder 19
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, Supplemental Payment Method for Faculty in Dental Pediatric Residency Programs: 12 VAC 30-80, 1892/3422
      • Box 27 Folder 20
        Groups Covered and Agencies Responsible for Eligibility Determination, Medicare Prescription Drug Program (Part D): 12 VAC 30-30, 1927/3467
      • Box 27 Folder 21
        Family Access to Medical Insurance Security (FAMIS) Plan, FAMIS MOMS: 12 VAC 30-141, 1797/3248
      • Box 27 Folder 22
        Family Access to Medical Insurance Security (FAMIS) Plan, FAMIS MOMS: 12 VAC 30-141, 1797/3438
      • Box 27 Folder 23
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, Physician Fee Increases: 12 VAC 30-80, 1913/3452
      • Box 27 Folder 24
        Mental Retardation Waiver: 12 VAC 30-50 et al.
      • Box 27 Folder 25
        Eligibility and Appeals, Periodic Review: 12 VAC 30-110, 1970/3527
      • Box 27 Folder 26
        Alzheimer's Assisted Living (AAL) Waiver: 12 VAC 30-120, 1814/3271
      • Box 28 Folder 1
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, Virginia Maximum Allowable Cost (VMAC): 12 VAC 30-80, 1618/2912
      • Box 28 Folder 2
        Prior Authorization for Dental Services: 12 VAC 30-50, 1772/3208
      • Box 28 Folder 3
        Amount, Duration and Scope of Medical and Remedial Care and Services, Discontinue Coverage of Erectile Dysfunction Drugs to Sex Offenders: 12 VAC 30-50, 1781/3219
      • Box 28 Folder 4
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates, In-Patient Hospital Care, IME Payment Enhancement for High NICU Utilization: 12 VAC 30-70, 1704/3094
      • Box 28 Folder 5
        Waivered Services, Day Support Waiver for Individuals with Metal Retardation: 12 VAC 30-120, 1774/3209
      • Box 28 Folder 6
        State Plan Under Title XIX of the Social Security Act Medical Assistance Program, General Provisions, Administration of Medical Assistance Services, Increased Cost-Sharing Measures: 12 VAC 30-20, 1719/3123
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        Family Access to Medical Insurance Security, Select Premium Assistance Program: 12 VAC 30-141, 1756/3753
      • Box 28 Folder 8
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates, In-Patient Hospital Care, Modifications to Supplemental Payment Methods for Medicaid Public Providers: 12 VAC 30-70, 1776/3350
      • Box 28 Folder 9
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates for Long-Term Care, Additional NF Reimbursement for State IV Pressure Ulcers: 12 VAC 30-90, 1688/3217
      • Box 28 Folder 10
        Revision to MEDALLION Regulations as a Result of Periodic Review: 12 VAC 30-120, 1890/3414
      • Box 28 Folder 11
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates, In-Patient Hospital Care, Clarification to Medicaid Utilization Calculation to Match Cost Report Practice: 12 VAC 30-70, 1936/3496
      • Box 28 Folder 12
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates, In-Patient Hospital Care, IME Payment Enhancement for High NICU Utilization: 12 VAC 30-70, 1704/3425
      • Box 28 Folder 13
        State Plan Under Title XIX of the Social Security Act Medical Assistance Program, Periodic Review of Estate Recoveries: 12 VAC 30-10, 1975/3536
      • Box 28 Folder 14
        Waivered Services, Pediatric Dental Program: 12 VAC 30-120, 1685/3072
      • Box 28 Folder 15
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates, In-Patient Hospital Care, Modifications to Supplemental Payment Methods for Medicaid Public Providers: 12 VAC 30-70, 1776/3587
      • Box 28 Folder 16
        Waivered Services, Technology Assisted Waiver Update: 12 VAC 30-120, 2013/3592
      • Box 28 Folder 17
        Waivered Services, Home and Community Based Services for Persons with Mental Retardation: 12 VAC 30-120, 1598/3272
      • Box 28 Folder 18
        Waivered Services, Elderly/Disabled Waiver Combined with Consumer-Directed Waiver: 12 VAC 30-120, 1648/3232
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        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care-School Division Reimbursement: 12 VAC 30-80, 2165/3812
      • Box 29 Folder 2
        Waivered Services, Home and Community Based Services for Persons with Mental Retardation: 12 VAC 30-120, 1598/3591
      • Box 29 Folder 3
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, Physician Fee Increase for ER Services: 12 VAC 30-80, 1565/2828
      • Box 29 Folder 4
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates for Long-Term Care, Reimbursement for NF Specialized Care Ancillary Services: 12 VAC 30-90, 1491/3512
      • Box 29 Folder 5
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, Physician Fee Increases: 12 VAC 30-80, 1913/3752
      • Box 29 Folder 6
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates for Long-Term Care, Additional NF Reimbursement for Stage IV Pressure Ulcers: 12 VAC 30-90, 1688/3586
      • Box 29 Folder 7
        Amount, Duration and Scope of Medical and Remedial Care and Services, Prior Authorization for Dental Services: 12 VAC 30-50, 1772/3612
      • Box 29 Folder 8
        Family Access to Medical Insurance Security, FAMIS MOMS: 12 VAC 30-141, 1797/3787
      • Box 29 Folder 9
        Family Access to Medical Insurance Security (FAMIS) Plan, FAMIS Select Premium Assistance Program: 12 VAC 30-141, 1756/3468
      • Box 29 Folder 10
        Groups Covered and Agencies Responsible for Eligibility Determination, Medicare Prescription Drug Program (Part D): 12 VAC 30-30, 1927/3887
      • Box 29 Folder 11
        State Plan Under Title XIX of the Social Security Act Medical Assistance Program, General Provisions, Long Term Care Partnership Insurance: 12 VAC 30-10, 2218/3883
      • Box 29 Folder 12
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates, In-Patient Hospital Care, Conform DSH Limit to Federal Legislation: 12 VAC 30-70, 1815/3275
      • Box 29 Folder 13
        Waivered Services, Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly: 12 VAC 30-120, 2205/3863
      • Box 29 Folder 14
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates for Long-Term Care, Reimbursement for NF Specialized Care Ancillary Services: 12 VAC 30-90, 1491/3882
      • Box 29 Folder 15
        Program Changes for Uninsured Medical Catastrophe Fund (UMCF): 12 VAC 30-150, 2011/3588
      • Box 29 Folder 16
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates, In-Patient Hospital Care, Clarification to Medicaid Utilization Calculation to Match Cost Report Practice: 12 VAC 30-70, 1936/3853
      • Box 29 Folder 17
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates, In-Patient Hospital Care, Increase Reimbursement for Hospitals, Certain Physicians and Nursing Facilities: 12 VAC 30-70, 2179/3933
      • Box 29 Folder 18
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, Recalibrate Physician Services by Implementing Site of Service: 12 VAC 30-80, 2657/4866
      • Box 29 Folder 19
        Waivered Services, Alzheimer's Assisted Living Waiver Update: 12 VAC 30-120, 30159/5109
      • Box 29 Folder 20
        Groups Covered and Agencies Responsible for Eligibility Determination, Medicaid Buy-In Program: 12 VAC 30-30, 2301/4993
      • Box 29 Folder 21
        Standards Established and Methods Used to Assure High Quality Care, Disease Management Program: 12 VAC 30-60, 2385/4914
      • Box 29 Folder 22
        Amount, Duration and Scope of Medical and Remedial Care and Services, Community Mental Health Services Prior Authorization: 12 VAC 30-50, 3030/5120
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        Amount, Duration and Scope of Medical and Remedial Care and Services, Prior Authorization of Intensive In-Home Services: 12 VAC 30-50, 2653/4747
      • Box 29 Folder 34
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, MAC Reimbursement for Specialty Drugs: 12 VAC 30-80, 2649/4875
      • Box 29 Folder 35
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, Ambulatory Surgery Center and Outpatient Rehabilitation Facility Reimbursement: 12 VAC 30-80, 2690/4933
      • Box 30 Folder 1
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates, In-Patient Hospital Care, Outpatient Rehabilitation Agency and Long Stay Hospital Reimbursement: 12 VAC 30-70, 3060/5165
      • Box 30 Folder 2
        State Plan Under Title XIX of the Social Security Act Medical Assistance Program, General Provisions: 12 VAC 30-10, 2416/4992
      • Box 30 Folder 3
        Waivered Services, Money Follows the Person: 12 VAC 30-120, 2548/5143
      • Box 30 Folder 4
        Waivered Services, Alzheimer's Assisted Living (AAL) Waiver: 12 VAC 30-120, 1814/4024
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        Waivered Services, IFDDS Waiver Changes: 12 VAC 30-120, 1664/3936
      • Box 30 Folder 6
        Groups Covered and Agencies Responsible for Eligibility Determination, Medicare Prescription Drug Program: 12 VAC 30-30, 1927/3607
      • Box 30 Folder 7
        Amount, Duration and Scope of Services, Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates, Other Types of Care and Waivered Services, Substance Abuse Treatment Services: 12 VAC 30-120, 2339/4111
      • Box 30 Folder 8
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, Physician Fee Increases: 12 VAC 30-80, 1913/4018
      • Box 30 Folder 9
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, Supplemental Payments for Services Provided by Type I Physicians: 12 VAC 30-80, 1121/3957
      • Box 30 Folder 10
        Groups Covered and Agencies Responsible for Eligibility Determination, Medicaid Buy-In Program: 12 VAC 30-30, 2301/4030
      • Box 30 Folder 11
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, School Division Reimbursement: 12 VAC 30-80, 2165/4021
      • Box 30 Folder 12
        Waivered Services, Acute and Long-Term Care Services: 12 VAC 30-120, 2362/4141
      • Box 30 Folder 13
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Type of Care, Tamper Resistant Rx Pads: 12 VAC 30-80, 2450/4278
      • Box 30 Folder 14
        Waivered Services, Day Support Waiver for Individuals with MR: 12 VAC 30-120, 1774/3909
      • Box 30 Folder 15
        State Plan Under Title XIX of the Social Security Act Medical Assistance Program, General Provisions: 12 VAC 30-10, 2416/4211
      • Box 30 Folder 16
        Standards Established and Methods Used to Assure High Quality Care, Disease Management Program: 12 VAC 30-60, 2385/4168
      • Box 30 Folder 17
        Amount, Duration and Scope of Medical and Remedial Care and Services, Substance Abuse Treatment Services: 12 VAC 30-50, 2339/4302
      • Box 30 Folder 18
        Waivered Services, Money Follows the Person: 12 VAC 30-120, 2548/4448
      • Box 30 Folder 19
        Waivered Services, Omnibus Waiver Regulatory Changes: 12 VAC 30-120, 2575/4488
      • Box 30 Folder 20
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates, In-Patient Hospital Care: 12 VAC 30-70, 1936/4320
      • Box 30 Folder 21
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, School Division Reimbursement: 12 VAC 30-80, 2165/4368
      • Box 30 Folder 22
        Waivered Services, Money Follows the Person: 12 VAC 30-120, 2548/4590
      • Box 30 Folder 23
        Amount, Duration and Scope of Medical and Remedial Care and Services, Prior Authorization of Intensive In-Home Services: 12 VAC 30-50, 2653/4628
      • Box 31 Folder 1
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, MAC Reimbursement for Specialty Drugs: 12 VAC 30-80, 2649/4618
      • Box 31 Folder 2
        Eligibility Conditions and Requirements, Resources and Transfers: 12 VAC 30-40, 2656/4631
      • Box 31 Folder 3
        Demonstration Waivers CH 0135 Family Planning Waiver Modifications: 12 VAC 30-135, 2620/4563
      • Box 31 Folder 4
        State Programs, Eligibility Requirements for the State/Local Hospitalization (SLH) Program: 12 VAC 30-100, 2621/4566
      • Box 31 Folder 5
        Waiver Services Managed Care, Acute and Long-Term Care: 12 VAC 30-120, 2362/4141
      • Box 31 Folder 6
        Waiver Services Managed Care, Disease Management: 12 VAC 30-120, 2385/4520
      • Box 31 Folder 7
        Amount, Duration and Scope of Covered Services (12 VAC 30-50), Standards Established and Methods Used to Insure High Quality of Care (30-60), Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates, Other Types of Care (30-80) and Waivered Services (30-120), Substance Abuse Treatment, 2339/4111
      • Box 31 Folder 8
        Family Access to Medical Insurance Security (FAMIS) Plan, MCHIP Coverage for FAMIS Newborns: 12 VAC 30-141, 2862/4862
      • Box 31 Folder 9
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, Recalibrate Physician Services, Implement Site of Service: 12 VAC 30-80, 2657/4632
      • Box 31 Folder 10
        Waivered Services, Acute and Long-Term Care Services: 12 VAC 30-120, 2362/4496
      • Box 31 Folder 11
        Eligibility Conditions and Requirements, Treatment of Life Estates: 12 VAC 30-40, 2654/4629
      • Box 31 Folder 12
        State Plan Under Title XIX of the Social Security Act Medical Assistance Program, General Provisions Estate Recovery Update: 12 VAC 30-10, 2416/4501
      • Box 31 Folder 13
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, School Health Services, Modified Reimbursement for School Divisions: 12 VAC 30-80, 1308/4643
      • Box 31 Folder 14
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates, In-Patient Hospital Care, Simplify Hospital and Specialized Care Reimbursement: 12 VAC 30-70, 2673/4651
      • Box 31 Folder 15
        Waivered Services, Program of All Inclusive Care (PACE) as State Plan Service: 12 VAC 30-120, 2720/4706
      • Box 31 Folder 16
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, Ambulatory Surgery Center and Outpatient Rehabilitation Facility Reimbursement: 12 VAC 30-80, 2690/4671
      • Box 31 Folder 17
        Groups Covered and Agencies Responsible for Eligibility Determination, Medicaid Buy-In Program: 12 VAC 30-30, 2301/4597
      • Box 31 Folder 18
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, Assurance of Public/Private Reimbursement for Hearing Aid Services: 12 VAC 30-80, 2827/4825
      • Box 31 Folder 19
        Waivered Services, Acute and Long-Term Care Services: 12 VAC 30-120, 2362/4907
      • Box 31 Folder 20
        Waivered Services, Money Follows the Person: 12 VAC 30-120, 2548/4915
      • Box 31 Folder 21
        Administration of Medical Assistance Services, Health Insurance Premium Payment (HIPP) Cost Effectiveness Methodology: 12 VAC 30-20, 3068/5180
      • Box 31 Folder 22
        Waivered Services, Elderly or Disabled with Consumer Direction Waiver Updates: 12 VAC 30-120, 3081/5195
      • Box 31 Folder 23
        Eligibility Conditions and Requirements, Coverage of Legal Immigrant Children: 12 VAC 30-40, 3064/5173
      • Box 31 Folder 24
        Eligibility Conditions and Requirements, Medicaid Eligibility Income Disregards: 12 VAC 30-40, 2790/4787
      • Box 31 Folder 25
        Waivered Services, Mental Retardation/Intellectual Disability Waiver Changes: 12 VAC 30-120, 3095/5213
      • Box 31 Folder 26
        Amount, Duration and Scope of Medical and Remedial Care and Services, Coverage and Reimbursement of Early Intervention Services Under Part C of IDEA: 12 VAC 30-50, 3105/5231
      • Box 31 Folder 27
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, MAC Reimbursement for Specialty Drugs: 12 VAC 30-80, 2649/5273
      • Box 31 Folder 28
        Amount Duration and Scope of Medical and Remedial Care and Services, Substance Abuse Treatment Services: 12 VAC 30-50, 2339/5257
      • Box 31 Folder 29
        Amount, Duration and Scope of Medical and Remedial Care and Services, Community Mental Health Services Prior Authorization: 12 VAC 30-50, 3030/5241
      • Box 31 Folder 30
        Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, Recalibrate Physician Services by Implementing Site of Service: 12 VAC 30-80, 2657/5278
      • Box 31 Folder 30a
        Administration of Medical Assistance Services, HIPP Program Modifications: 12 VAC 30-20, 2923/4957
    • Dept. of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services
      • Box 31 Folder 31
        Providers for Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Residential Services, Provisions for Licensing Providers Residential Services for Person with Brain Injury and Under the Brain Injury Waiver: 12 VAC 35-105, 1876/3393
      • Box 31 Folder 32
        Licensing Facilities and Providers of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services: 12 VAC 35-105, 1865/3444
      • Box 31 Folder 33
        Providers for Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Residential Services for Children, Licensing Providers of Brain Injury Services: 12 VAC 35-45, 1875/3392
      • Box 32 Folder 1
        Addition of Standards to Evaluate the Need and Appropriateness for the Issuance of New Licenses to Certain Providers in Accordance with 2005 Amendments to the Code of Virginia: 12 VAC 35-105, 1865/3633
      • Box 32 Folder 2
        Regulations for Providers for Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Residential Services for Children, Addition of Provisions for Licensing Providers of Brain Injury Services in Children's Residential Facilities: 12 VAC 35-45, 1875/3636
      • Box 32 Folder 3
        Assure the Rights of Individuals Receiving Services from Providers of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services: 12 VAC 35-115, 1703/3440
      • Box 32 Folder 4
        Addition of Provisions for Licensing Providers Residential Services for Persons with Brain Injury and Under the Brain Injury Waiver: 12 VAC 35-105, 1876/3635
      • Box 32 Folder 5
        Temporary Leave from State Mental Health and Mental Retardation Facilities: 12 VAC 35-120, 1597/3167
      • Box 32 Folder 6
        Regulations for Providers for Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Residential Services for Children, Addition of Provisions for Issuing and Order of Summary Suspension of the License: 12 VAC 35-45, 1877/3637
      • Box 32 Folder 7
        Regulations for Providers for MGNRSA Residential Services for Children, Addition of Provisions for Issuing and Order of Summary Suspension of License: 12 VAC 35-45, 1877/3948
      • Box 32 Folder 8
        Rules and Regulations for Licensing Facilities and Providers of MHMRSA Services, Addition of Provisions for Licensing Providers Residential Services for Persons with Brain Injury Under the Brain Injury Waiver: 12 VAC 35-105, 1876/3949
      • Box 32 Folder 9
        Regulations for Providers of MHMRSA Residential Services for Children, Addition of Provisions for Licensing Providers of Brain Injury Services in Children's Residential Facilities: 12 VAC 35-45, 1875/3950
      • Box 32 Folder 10
        Rules and Regulations for Licensing Facilities and Providers of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services, Additions of Provisions to Issue an Order of Summary Suspicions of the License: 12 VAC 35-105, 2160/3804
      • Box 32 Folder 11
        Regulations for Respite and Emergency Care Admission to Mental Health Retardation Facilities, Amend the Regulations to Update and Clarify Process Requirements: 12 VAC 35-200, 2170/3821
      • Box 32 Folder 12
        Regulations Establishing Procedures for Voluntarily Admitting Persons who are Mentally Retarded to State Mental Retardation Facilities, Revisions to Clarify, Updated and Respond to Changes in Practice: 12 VAC 35-190, 2172/3823
      • Box 32 Folder 13
        Rules and Regulations for the Licensing of Providers of Mental Health, Mental Retardation, Substance Abuse, the Individual and Family Developmental Disabilities Support Waiver and Residential Brain Injury Services: 12 VAC 35-105-115 et seq., 2160/4127
      • Box 32 Folder 14
        General Revisions to Clarify, Update, Simplify and Align with Current Code Provisions: 12 VAC 35-105, 2288/4000
      • Box 32 Folder 15
        Regulations to Govern Temporary Leave from State Mental Health and Mental Retardation Facilities, Practices Related to Temporary Absences or Leave from State Mental Health and Mental Retardation Facilities: 12 VAC 35-120, 1597/4081
      • Box 32 Folder 16
        Rules and Regulations for Licensing Facilities and Providers, Addition of Standards to Evaluate the Need and Appropriateness for the Issuance of New Licenses to Certain Providers in Accordance with 2005 Amendments to the Code of Virginia: 12 VAC 35-105, 1865/3947
      • Box 32 Folder 17
        Rules and Regulations to Assure the Rights of Individuals Receiving Services from Providers of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services, General Revisions to Clarify and Update Provisions for Consistency with Applicable Laws and Regulations and Current Standards of Practice: 12 VAC 35-115, 1703/4166
      • Box 33 Folder 1
        Regulations for Respite and Emergency Care Admission to MR Facilities, Amend to Update and Clarify Process and Requirements: 12 VAC 35-200, 2170/4328
      • Box 33 Folder 2
        Demonstration Waivers, Children's Mental Health Waiver Program: 12 VAC 30-135, 2346/4117
      • Box 33 Folder 3
        Rules and Regulations for Licensing Facilities and Providers of HMHRSAS, Addition of Provisions to Issue an Order of Summary Suspension of the License: 12 VAC 35-105, 2160/4380
      • Box 33 Folder 4
        Regulations Establishing Procedures for Voluntarily Admitting Persons who are Mentally Retarded to State Mental Retardation Facilities: 12 VAC 35-190, 2172/4455
      • Box 33 Folder 5
        Regulations for Respite and Emergency Care Admissions to Mental Retardation Facilities, Amend the Regulation to Update and Clarify Process and Requirements: 12 VAC 35-200, 2170/4989
      • Box 33 Folder 6
        Regulations Establishing Procedures for Voluntarily Admitting Persons who are Mentally Retarded to State Mental Retardation Facilities, Revisions to Clarify, Update and Respond to Changes in Practice: 12 VAC 35-190, 2172/5107
      • Box 33 Folder 7
        Regulations for Children's Residential Facilities, Promulgate a New Regulation to License Children's Group Homes and Residential Facilities: 12 VAC 35-46, 2907/4927
      • Box 33 Folder 8
        Rules and Regulations to Assure the Rights of Individuals Receiving Services from Providers of MHMRSAS, Clarify Notification Rights for Individuals Receiving Services to Comply with Chapter 111 of the 2009 Virginia Acts of Assembly: 12 VAC 35-115, 3066/5175
      • Box 33 Folder 9
        Public Participation Guidelines, Revisions to Include Rulemaking Process Undertaken by the Department and to Change Agency Name: 12 VAC 35-12, 3040/5133
      • Box 33 Folder 10
        Regulations to Assure the Protection of Participants in Human Research, Minor Revisions to Update Language and Eliminate Unnecessary Regulatory Provisions: 12 VAC 35-180, 3077/5191
      • Box 33 Folder 11
        Certification Requirements for Early Intervention Professionals and Early Intervention Specialists, New Regulations to Provide Certification Requirements for Early Intervention Practitioners: 12 VAC 35-220, 3065/5174
    • Department of Rehabilitative Services
      • Box 33 Folder 12
        Protection or Participation in Human Research, 2007, Amend Regulations to Conform to Federal Regulations Pertaining to Human Subjects Research: 22 VAC 30-40, 2341/4442
      • Box 33 Folder 13
        Protection of Human Research Participants, Amendments to Conform to Human Subjects Research Federal Regulations and to Ensure Consistency with Code of Virginia Requirements
      • Box 33 Folder 14
        Public Participation Guidelines: 22 VAC 30-10, 1858/4229
      • Box 33 Folder 15
        Amendment to Policies and Procedures for Administrating Commonwealth Neurotrauma Initiative Trust Fund as a Result of Periodic Review: 22 VAC 30-50, 2468/4304
      • Box 33 Folder 16
        Revising Agency Public Participation Guidelines: 22 VAC 30-10, 1858/4523
      • Box 33 Folder 17
        Policies and Procedures for Administering Commonwealth Neurotrauma Initiative Trust Fund, 2007 Amendment to Regulation as a Result of Periodic Review: 22 VAC 30-50, 2468/4305
      • Box 33 Folder 18
        Policies and Procedures for Administering Commonwealth Neurotrauma Initiative Trust Fund, 2007 Amendment to Regulation as a Result of Periodic Review: 22 VAC 30-50, 2468/5063
    • Department of Social Services
      • Box 33 Folder 19
        Neighborhood Assistance Tax Credit Program, Amend the NAP Tax Credit Program Regulation to Make Technical and Substantive Changes: 22 VAC 40-41, 1740/3157
      • Box 33 Folder 20
        Resource, Foster and Adoptive Family Home Approval Standards, Establish New Resource, Foster and Adoptive Family Home Approval Standards for Local Departments of Social Services: 22 VAC 40-211, 1743/3160
      • Box 33 Folder 21
        Standards for Licensed Assisted Living Facilities: 20 VAC 40-72, 1677/3877
      • Box 33 Folder 22
        Public Participation Guidelines: 22 VAC 15-10, 1757/3190
      • Box 34 Folder 1
        Child Support Enforcement Program: 22 VAC 40-880, 1710/3108
      • Box 34 Folder 2
        General Procedures and Information for Licensure, Amending Certain Sections to Adopt Permanent Regulation to Replace Emergency Regulation: 22 VAC 40-80, 1741/3158
      • Box 34 Folder 3
        Standards and Regulations for Agency Approved Providers: 22 VAC 40-770, 1742/3159
      • Box 34 Folder 4
        Assessment in Audit Care Residences, Comply with ALF Regulation and DMAS Policy: 22 VAC 40-745, 1279/3295
      • Box 34 Folder 5
        Adult Protective Services, Implement 2004 APS Legislation: 22 VAC 40-740, 1534/2963
      • Box 34 Folder 6
        Minimum Standards for Licensed Child-Placing Agencies, Changes to Conform to Federal, Interstate and State Requirements: 22 VAC 40-130, 1679/3057
      • Box 34 Folder 7
        Child Protective Services, Comprehensive Review of 1998 Regulations: 22 VAC 40-705, 1680/3058
      • Box 34 Folder 8
        Protective Payments in the Refugee Other Assistance Programs, Repeal Obsolete Protective Payment Regulation: 22 VAC 40-340, 1907/3501
      • Box 34 Folder 9
        Fraud Reduction/Elimination Effort, Redefine Criteria for Reimbursement: 22 VAC 40-325, 1352/2841
      • Box 34 Folder 10
        Community Services Block Grant Program, Criteria for the Designation of a New Community Action Agency: 22 VAC 40-901, 1535/2964
      • Box 34 Folder 11
        Establishment for a New Resource, Foster and Adoptive Family Home Approval Standards for Local Departments of Social Services: 22 VAC 40-211, 1743/3563
      • Box 34 Folder 12
        Child Care Services Program: 22 VAC 40-660 and 661, 1332/2637
      • Box 34 Folder 13
        Assessment in Adult Care Residences, Comply with ALF Regulation and DMAS Policy: 22 VAC 40-745, 1279/2483
      • Box 34 Folder 14
        Adult Protective Services, Implement 2004 APS Legislation: 22 VAC 40-740, 1534/3921
      • Box 34 Folder 15
        Temporary Assistance for Need Families (TANF): 22 VAC 40-295, 154/2289
      • Box 34 Folder 16
        General Procedures and Information for Licensure, Replacing Emergency Regulation: 22 VAC 40-80, 1741/3297
      • Box 34 Folder 17
        Public Participation Guidelines, Improve Clarity and Implement Recent Legislative Changes: 22 VAC 15-10, 1757/3904
      • Box 34 Folder 18
        Minimum Standards for Licensed Child Day Centers: 22 VAC 15-30, 925/2388
      • Box 34 Folder 19
        Standards for Interdepartmental Regulation of Children's Residential Facilities, Emergency Regulation to Address Community Concerns Regarding Children's Residential Facilities: 22 VAC 42-10, 2066/3688
      • Box 34 Folder 20
        Collection of Overpayments in the Refugee Other Assistance Programs, Repeal Obsolete Overpayments Regulation: 22 VAC 40-330, 1906/3500
      • Box 34 Folder 21
        Amend the Virginia Independence Program by Changing Exemptions, Work Definitions and Creating a New Transitional Benefit: 22 VAC 40-35, 2063/3700
      • Box 35 Folder 1
        Auxiliary Grant Program, Levels of Care and Rate Setting: 22 VAC 40-25, 1277/2842
      • Box 35 Folder 2
        Amend the Neighborhood Assistance Tax Credit Program to Make Technical and Substantive Changes: 22 VAC 40-41, 1740/3560
      • Box 35 Folder 3
        Child Support Enforcement Program: 22 VAC 40-880, 1710/3274
      • Box 35 Folder 4
        Repeal Food Stamp Regulations and Replace with Comprehensive New Regulation: 22 VAC 40-601, 1902/3686
      • Box 35 Folder 5
        Public Participation Guidelines, Improve Clarity and Implement Recent Legislative Changes: 22 VAC 15-10, 1757/3353
      • Box 35 Folder 6
        Community Services Block Grant, Criteria for the Designation of a New Community Action Agency: 22 VAC 40-901, 1534/3430
      • Box 35 Folder 7
        Fraud Reduction/Elimination Effort, Redefine Criteria for Reimbursement: 22 VAC 40-325, 1352/3458
      • Box 35 Folder 8
        Standards for Licensed Assisted Living Facilities, ALF Regulation Comprehensive Revision: 22 VAC 40-72, 1677/3342
      • Box 35 Folder 9
        General Procedures and Information for Licensure: 22 VAC 40-80, 1741/3294
      • Box 35 Folder 10
        Amend the Neighborhood Tax Credit Program Regulation to Make Technical and Substantive Changes: 22 VAC 40-41, 1740/4028
      • Box 35 Folder 11
        Auxiliary Grants Program, Levels of Care and Rate Setting, Clarify Reimbursement Procedures: 22 VAC 40-25, 1277/4025
      • Box 35 Folder 12
        Child Protective Services, Comprehensive Review of the Regulation: 22 VAC 40-705, 2246/3942
      • Box 35 Folder 13
        Amend the Virginia Child Care Scholarship Program Regulation for Efficiency and Effectiveness: 22 VAC 40-690, 2299/4026
      • Box 35 Folder 14
        Child Support Enforcement Program, Incorporate 2003 and 2004 Code of Virginia Amendments and Clarify Selected Regulations Sections: 22 VAC 40-880, 1710/3940
      • Box 35 Folder 15
        Food Stamp Program, Repeal Food Stamp Regulations and Replace with New Regulation: 22 VAC 40-601, 1902/3941
      • Box 35 Folder 16
        Amend the Virginia Independence Program by Updating Out-Dated Information and Changing Paternity Identification Requirements: 22 VAC 40-35, 2368/4153
      • Box 35 Folder 17
        Standards and Regulations for Agency Approved Providers, Establish New Regulation for Adult Services Providers: 22 VAC 40-770, 1742/4160
      • Box 35 Folder 18
        Establish Resource, Foster and Adoptive Family Home Standards for Local Departments of Social Services: 22 VAC 40-211, 2383/4210
      • Box 35 Folder 19
        Standards of Licensed Assisted Living Facilities: 22 VAC 40-72
      • Box 35 Folder 20
        Standards for Interdepartmental Regulation of Children's Residential Facilities: 22 VAC 42-10, 1383/4333
      • Box 35 Folder 21
        Amend CPS to Comply with Abraham's Law: 22 VAC 40-705, 2436/4283
      • Box 35 Folder 22
        Standards for Licensed Child Day Centers, Eliminate Annual Medication Practice Demonstration: 22 VAC 15-10, 2521/4394
      • Box 35 Folder 23
        Virginia Child Care Scholarship Program, Amend for Efficiency and Effectiveness: 22 VAC 40-690, 2299/4255
      • Box 35 Folder 24
        Establish General Relief Program: 22 VAC 40-411, 2489/4339
      • Box 35 Folder 25
        Establish New Regulation for Permanency Services: 22 VAC 40-201, 2508/4376
      • Box 35 Folder 26
        Child Protective Services, Comprehensive Review of the Regulation: 22 VAC 40-705, 2246/4334
      • Box 36 Folder 1
        Virginia Child Care Scholarship Program Regulation for Efficiency and Effectiveness: 22 VAC 40-690, 2299/4595
      • Box 36 Folder 2
        Disability Advocacy Project: 22 VAC 40-630, 2636/4596
      • Box 36 Folder 3
        Resource, Foster and Adoptive Family Home Approval Standards: 22 VAC 40-211, 2383/4510
      • Box 36 Folder 4
        Auxiliary Grants Program, Amend Auxiliary Grant Program: 22 VAC 40-25, 2652/4739
      • Box 36 Folder 5
        Establish General Relief Program: 22 VAC 40-411, 2489/4564
      • Box 36 Folder 6
        Standards for Licensed Children's Residential Facilities, Create New Regulation for Children's Residential Facilities: 22 VAC 40-151, 2644/4627
      • Box 36 Folder 7
        Amend the Virginia Independence Program Regulations by Updating Out-Dated Information and Changing Paternity Identification Requirements: 22 VAC 40-35, 236/4404
      • Box 36 Folder 8
        Standards for Licensed Assisted Living Facilities, Amend Assisted Living Facility Regulations: 22 VAC 40-72, 2713/4696
      • Box 36 Folder 9
        Food Stamp Program, Alter the Time an Application for Food Stamp Benefits May Be Held Pending Before Processing: 22 VAC 40-601, 2749/4740
      • Box 36 Folder 10
        Child Protective Services, Comprehensive Review of Regulations: 22 VAC 40-705, 2246/4903
      • Box 36 Folder 11
        Standards for Licensed Family Day Homes, New Regulation: 22 VAC 40-111, 1224/4609
      • Box 36 Folder 12
        Protection in Human Research, 2007 Amendments to Conform to Federal Regulations Pertaining to Human Subjects Research: 22 VAC 30-40, 2341/4445
      • Box 36 Folder 13
        Resource, Foster and Adoptive Family Home Approval Standards, Establish Resource, Foster and Adoptive Family Home Standards for Local Departments of Social Services: 22 VAC 40-211, 2383/5064
      • Box 36 Folder 14
        Additional Daily Supervision Rate Structure, Establish Rate Structuring for a Component of Foster Care Maintenance Payments and Standards for Local Departments: 22 VAC 40-221, 1853/5066
      • Box 36 Folder 15
        General Relief Program, Establish General Relief Program: 22 VAC 40-411, 2489/5068
      • Box 36 Folder 16
        Standards for Licensed Child Day Centers, Adopt New Standards for Licensed Child Day Centers: 22 VAC 15-30, 3049/5151
      • Box 36 Folder 17
        Personnel Policies for Local Departments of Social Services, Redefine Local Compensation Plan: 22 VAC 40-675, 2642/4607
      • Box 36 Folder 18
        Amend the Virginia Independence Program Regulation by Updating Out-Dated Information and Changing Paternity Identification Requirements: 22 VAC 40-35, 2368/5007
      • Box 36 Folder 19
        Food Stamp Program, Restructure and Rename Program to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program: 22 VAC 40-601, 2978/5040
      • Box 36 Folder 20
        Disability Advocacy Project, Repeal General Relief Disability Advocacy Project: 22 VAC 40-630, 2636/4786
      • Box 36 Folder 21
        Fee Requirements for Processing Applications, Revise Application Fees for Licensed Programs: 22 VAC 40-160, 3123/5259
      • Box 36 Folder 22
        Prevention, Foster Care, Adoption and Independent Living, Establish New Permanency Services Regulation: 22 VAC 40-201, 2508/5148
      • Box 36 Folder 23
        Standards for Licensed Family Day Homes, New Regulation: 22 VAC 40-111, 1224/5216
      • Box 36 Folder 24
        Child Support Enforcement Program, Outline Agency's Standards for a Noncustodial Parent's Release from the Passport Denial: 22 VAC 40-880, 3096/5214
      • Box 36 Folder 25
        Degree Requirements for Social Work/Social Work Supervision: 22 VAC 40-670, 2641/4606
  • NATURAL RESOURCES, Secretary of
    • Department of Conservation and Recreation
      • Box 37 Folder 1
        Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board, Stormwater Management Regulations, Amend Parts I, II and III of the Virginia Stormwater Management Program Permit Regulations to Address Water Quality and Quantity and Local Stormwater Management Program Criteria: 4 VAC 50-60, 1916/5070
      • Box 37 Folder 2
        Stormwater Management Regulations, Amendments to Statewide Permit Fee Schedule and to Improve the Administration and Implementation of Fees: 4 VAC 50-60, 1915/5106
      • Box 37 Folder 3
        Stormwater Management, Amendments to Allow for Delegation of this Regulation, or parts thereof, to Certain Localities and to Improve the Administration and Implementation of this Program: 4 VAC 50-60, 1916/3456
      • Box 37 Folder 4
        Stormwater Management, Statewide Permit Fee Schedule and Administration and Implementation of Fees: 4 VAC 50-60, 1915/3455
      • Box 37 Folder 5
        Impounding Structure, Enhance the Dam Safety Program and Improve Public Safety: 4 VAC 50-20, 1914/3454
      • Box 40 Folder 1
        Impounding Structure Regulations, Amend Provisions to Enhance the Dam Safety Program and to Improve Public Safety: 4 VAC 50-20, 1914/4047
    • Department of Environmental Quality
      • Box 37 Folder 6
        Regulations for Emission Trading, Clean Air Interstate Rule: 9 VAC 5-140, 1808/3351
      • Box 37 Folder 7
        Existing Stationary Sources, Open Burning: 9 VAC 5-40, 1559/3768
      • Box 37 Folder 8
        Amendments to the AST and Pipeline Facility Financial Responsibility Requirements: 9 VAC 25-640, 2016/3596
      • Box 37 Folder 9
        Water Quality Standards, Amendments for Criteria to Protect the Designated Uses of Lakes and Reservoirs from the Impacts of Nutrients: 9 VAC 25-260, 1645/3660
      • Box 37 Folder 10
        Water Quality Standards, Triennial Review of the Water Quality Standards: 9 VAC 25-260, 2127/3760
      • Box 37 Folder 11
        General Provisions, VOC and NOx Emissions Control Areas: 9 VAC 5-20, 1623/3767
      • Box 37 Folder 12
        Regulations for the Development of Solid Waste Management Plans, Amendment 2: 9 VAC 20-130, 1820/3657
      • Box 37 Folder 13
        Water Quality Management Planning, Amendment of the Nutrient Allocation for City of Fredericksburg: 9 VAC 25-720, 2045/3661
      • Box 37 Folder 14
        Water Quality Standards, Amendment to Designate Certain Tributaries of the Pedlar and North Fork of the Buffalo Rivers and a Portion of the North Fork of the Buffalo Rivers as Exceptional State Waters: 9 VAC 25-260, 1707/3658
      • Box 37 Folder 15
        Water Quality Management Planning Regulation to Amendment to Tyson Foods, Glen Allen's Allocation for Total Phosphorus: 9 VAC 25-720, 2156/3798
      • Box 37 Folder 16
        Regulation Governing Management of Coal Combustion By-Products, Amendment 1 Fossil Fuel Combustion Products: 9 VAC 20-85, 1574/3654
      • Box 37 Folder 17
        Permits for Stationary Sources, Permits for New and Modified Sources (Rev. H05): 9 VAC 5-80, 1896/3426
      • Box 38 Folder 1
        Regulations for Emissions Trading, Clean Air Interstate Rule (Rev. EO5): 9 VAC 5-140, 1808/3961
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        Amendment to Water Quality Standards, Portions of Hazel River as Exceptional Water: 9 VAC 25-260, 2183/3837
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        Virginia Solid Waste Management Regulations, Amendment 5: 9 VAC 20-80-10, 1822/3970
      • Box 38 Folder 4
        Regulations for the Control of Abatements of Air Pollution, Consumer and Commercial Products: 9 VAC 5-45
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        Amendment of the Virginia Water Protection Permit Regulation: 9 VAC 25-210, 1655/3935
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        Water Quality Management Regulation, Adjustments to TMDL: 9 VAC 25-720
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        Amendments to Water Quality Management Planning Regulation, Potomac-Shenandoah River Basin, Non-TMDL Waste Load Allocation Addition: 9 VAC 25-720, 2293/4011
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        Amendments to Water Quality Management Planning Regulation, Roanoke River Basin, Non-TMDL Waste Load Allocation Clarification: 9 VAC 25-720, 2292/4010
      • Box 38 Folder 9
        Amendments to Water Quality Management Planning Regulation, Potomac-Shenandoah River Basin, Non-TMDL Waste Load Allocation Modifications: 9 VAC 25-720-80, 2294/4012
      • Box 38 Folder 10
        State Water Control Board, AST and Pipeline Financial Responsibility Requirements: 9 VAC 25-640, 2016/3920
      • Box 38 Folder 11
        Regulations for the Development of Solid Waste Management, Amendment 2: 9 VAC 20-130, 1820/4196
      • Box 39 Folder 1
        VOC and NOx Emissions Control Area (Rev. D04): 9 VAC 5-20, 1623/3269
      • Box 39 Folder 2
        Existing Stationary Sources, Open Burning (Rev. H03): 9 VAC 5-40, 1559/3117
      • Box 39 Folder 3
        Permits for Stationary Sources, Major New Source Review Reform (Rev. E03): 9 VAC 5-80, 1408/3121
      • Box 39 Folder 4
        Development of Solid Waste Management Plans, Amendment 2: 9 VAC 20-130, 1820/3290
      • Box 39 Folder 5
        Virginia Waste Management Board, Vegetative Waste Management and Yard Waste Composting, Amendment 2: 9 VAC 20-101, 1821/3291
      • Box 39 Folder 6
        Virginia Waste Management Board, Solid Waste Management, Amendment 5: 9 VAC 20-80, 1822/3292
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        Virginia Waste Management Board, Solid Waste Management, Amendment 6: 9 VAC 20-80, 1823/3293
      • Box 39 Folder 8
        Virginia Waste Management Board, Management of Coal Combustion By-Products, Amendment 1, Fossil Fuel Combustion Products: 9 VAC 20-85, 1574/3162
      • Box 39 Folder 9
        Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse: 9 VAC 25-740, 1827/3305
      • Box 39 Folder 10
        Water Quality Standards, Designation of Tributaries of Simpson Creek as an Exceptional State Water: 9 VAC 25-260, 1579/3215
      • Box 39 Folder 11
        Virginia Water Protection Permit: 9 VAC 25-210, 1655/3375
      • Box 39 Folder 12
        Water Quality Standards, Designation of Tributaries of the Pedlar and North Fork of the Buffalo Rivers and a Portion of the North Fork of the Buffalo Rivers as Exceptional State Waters: 9 VAC 25-260, 1707/3315
      • Box 39 Folder 13
        Water Quality Standards, Criteria to Protect the Designated Uses of Lakes and Reservoirs from the Impacts of Nutrients: 9 VAC 25-260, 1645/3384
      • Box 39 Folder 14
        Underground Storage Tanks, Technical Standards and Corrective Action Requirements, Incorporation of Requirements of Federal Energy Policy Act of 2005: 9 VAC 25-580, 2415/4209
      • Box 39 Folder 15
        Water Quality Management Planning Regulations, Amend Nutrient Waste Load Allocations in Section 50.C for the Merck WWTP and the Frederick-Winchester Service Authority Opequon WRF: 9 VAC 25-720, 2432/4249
      • Box 40 Folder 2
        Water Quality Standards, Aquaculture Enhancement Zones: 9 VAC 25-260, 2425/4240
      • Box 40 Folder 3
        Water Quality Standards, Triennial Review of the Water Quality Standards: 9 VAC 25-260, 2127/4187
      • Box 40 Folder 4
        Water Quality Standards, Portions of Hazel River as Exceptional Waters: 9 VAC 25-260, 2183/4188
      • Box 40 Folder 5
        Regulation for Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse-Adoption of a Regulation: 9 VAC 25-740, 1827/4014
      • Box 40 Folder 6
        Solid Waste Management Regulations: 9 VAC 20-80, 2490/4340
      • Box 40 Folder 7
        Water Quality Management Planning Regulation, Add Nutrient Waste Load Allocations for Louisa County, Zion Crossroads WWTP: 9 VAC 25-720
      • Box 40 Folder 8
        Consumer and Commercial Products Regulation: 9 VAC 5-45, 2500/4363
      • Box 40 Folder 9
        Amend Part I, II and III of the Virginia Stormwater Management Program Permit Regulations to Address Water Quality and Quantity and Local Stormwater Management Program Criteria: 4 VAC 50-60, 1916/4407
      • Box 40 Folder 10
        Underground Storage Tanks, Technical Standards and Corrective Action Requirements, Amendment Regarding Operator Training for Owners and Operators: 9 VAC 25-580, 2558/4469
      • Box 40 Folder 11
        Water Quality Standards, Designate a Segment of the North River within George Washington National Forest and a Segment of Little Stony Creek within Jefferson National Forest as Exceptional State Waters: 9 VAC 25-260, 2556/4462
      • Box 40 Folder 12
        Voluntary Remediation Regulations, Amendment 2: 9 VAC 20-160, 2587/4505
      • Box 40 Folder 13
        Water Quality Management Planning Regulation, Amend Nutrient Waste Load Allocations in Section 50C for the Merck WWTP and the Frederick-Winchester Service Authority Opequon WRF: 9 VAC 25-720, 2432/4461
      • Box 40 Folder 14
        Water Quality Management Planning Regulation, Amendment Concerning Separate Allocations for the Doswell Wastewater Treatment Plant and Bear Island Paper Company: 9 VAC 25-720, 2476/4317
      • Box 40 Folder 15
        Virginia Pollution Abatement (VPA) Permit Regulation, Amendment to Regulations Pertaining to Biosolids after Transfer from the Department of Health: 9 VAC 25-32, 2625/4574
      • Box 40 Folder 16
        Solid Waste Management Regulations Amendment 5: 9 VAC 20-80, 1822/4402
      • Box 40 Folder 17
        Adoption of a Regulation for Water Reclamation and Reuse: 9 VAC 25-740, 1827/4465
      • Box 40 Folder 18
        Water Quality Control Board, Aboveground Storage Tank and Pipeline Facility Financial Responsibility Requirements: 9 VAC 25-640, 2016/4553
      • Box 41 Folder 1
        Water Quality Management Planning Regulation, Fauquier County WSA, Vint Hill Total Nitrogen Wasteload Allocation Amendment: 9 VAC 25-720, 2712/4695
      • Box 41 Folder 2
        Water Quality Standards, Protection of Eastern Shore Tidal Waters for Clams and Oysters: 9 VAC 25-260, 2425/4677
      • Box 41 Folder 3
        Air Pollution Control Board, General Definitions, Definition of Volatile Organic Compound (H07): 9 VAC 5-10, 2879/4885
      • Box 41 Folder 4
        Water Quality Standards, Triennial Review of the Water Quality Standards: 9 VAC 25-260, 2127/4867
      • Box 41 Folder 5
        Water Quality Management Planning Regulation, New Kent County/Parham Landing: 9 VAC 25-720, 2786/4779
      • Box 41 Folder 6
        Eastern Virginia Ground Water Management Area, Expansion of the Ground Water Management Area: 9 VAC 25-600, 2966/5014
      • Box 41 Folder 7
        Ground Water Withdrawal Regulations, Periodic Review and Amendment: 9 VAC 25-610, 2965/5013
      • Box 41 Folder 8
        Water Quality Standards, Protection of Eastern Shore Tidal Waters for Clams and Oysters: 9 VAC 25-260, 2425/5071
      • Box 41 Folder 9
        Air Pollution Control Board, Consumer and Commercial Products Regulation, Consumer and Commercial Products (Rev. D06): 9 VAC 5-45, 2328/4888
      • Box 41 Folder 10
        Water Quality Management Planning Regulation, Regulating Stormwater Flow Through the TMDL Process: 9 VAC 25-720, 3061/5168
      • Box 41 Folder 11
        Rules and Regulations Pertaining to Carbonated and Still Water Bottling Plants and Beverages, Repeal Carbonated and Still Water Bottling Plands and Beverages Reg 2009: 2 VAC 5-540, 3059/5164
      • Box 41 Folder 12
        Water Quality Management Planning Regulation, Amend Nutrient Waste Load Allocations in Section 720-50.C. to Transfer Unused Allocations: 9 VAC 25-720, 3050/5152
      • Box 41 Folder 13
        Virginia Waste Management Board, Solid Waste Management Regulations, Amendment 7: 9 VAC 20-80, 2490/4924
      • Box 41 Folder 14
        Virginia Waste Management Board, Coal Combustion By-Product Regulations, Amendment 2, Additional Restrictions on the Use and Placement of CCB: 9 VAC 20-85, 2994/5069
      • Box 42 Folder 1
        Air Pollution Control Board, Chapter Title, Permits for Stationary Sources, Major New Source Review, Combining Permits: 9 VAC 5-80, 2957/4998
      • Box 42 Folder 2
        Air Pollution Control Board, Existing Stationary Sources, VOC Emission Standards, Printing (REV. C09): 9 VAC 5-40, 3132/5276
      • Box 42 Folder 3
        Air Pollution Control Board, Existing Stationary Sources, VOC Emissions, Miscellaneous Metal and Plastic Parts Coating Operations (REV. E09): 9 VAC 5-40, 3131/5275
      • Box 42 Folder 4
        Air Pollution Control Board, Existing Stationary Sources, VOC Emissions-Miscellaneous (REV. D09): 9 VAC 5-40, 3130/5274
      • Box 42 Folder 5
        State Water Control Board, Underground Storage Tanks, Technical Standards and Corrective Action Requirements, Incorporation of Requirements of Federal Energy Act of 2005: 9 VAC 25-580, 2415/5053
      • Box 42 Folder 6
        Small Renewable Energy Projects (Wind) Permit Regulation, Establishment of Permit(s) by Rule for the Construction and Operation of Small Wind Energy Projects: 9 VAC 15-40, 3089/5208
      • Box 42 Folder 7
        State Water Control Board, Water Quality Management Planning Regulation, Amend Nutrient Waste Load Allocations in Section 50.C. for the Merck WWTP and the Frederick-Winchester Services Authority Opequon WRF: 9 VAC 25-720, 2432/5142
      • Box 42 Folder 8
        Air Pollution Control Board, Consumer and Commercial Products Regulations: 9 VAC 5-45, 2500/5207
      • Box 42 Folder 9
        Air Pollution Control Board, General Definitions, Definition of Volatile Organic Compound: 9 VAC 5-10, 3142/5295
      • Box 42 Folder 10
        Water Quality Standards, Designate a One Mile Segment of the Dan River as a Public Water Supply: 9 VAC 25-260, 3159/5320
    • Department of Historic Resources
      • Box 42 Folder 11
        Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits: 17 VAC 10-30, 858/2038
  • PUBLIC SAFETY, Secretary of
    • Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
      • Box 42 Folder 12
        Procedural Rules for the Conduct of Hearings Before the Board and Its Hearing Officers and the Adoption or Amendment of Regulations, Updating Procedural Rules and Public Participation Guidelines: 3 VAC 5-10, 2151/3792
      • Box 42 Folder 13
        Other Provisions, Conforming Various Regulations to Statutory Changes and Price-Increase Reporting: 3 VAC 5-70
      • Box 42 Folder 14
        Manufacturers and Wholesalers Operations, Wine Wholesaler Reporting and Bond and Giving of Novelty Items by Spirits Solicitors: 3 VAC 5-60, 2154/3795
      • Box 42 Folder 15
        Requirements for Product Approval, Amending Label Content Restrictions and 30-Day Approval Process: 3 VAC 5-40, 2152/3793
      • Box 42 Folder 16
        Retail Operations, Clarifying and Simplifying Retailer Regulations: 3 VAC 5-50, 2153/3794
      • Box 42 Folder 17
        Retail Operations, Prohibiting Disorderly Conduct on Licensed Premises: 3 VAC 5-50, 2471/4312
      • Box 42 Folder 18
        Retail Operations, Nudity and Related Activity on Licensed Premises: 3 VAC 5-50, 2470/4311
      • Box 42 Folder 19
        Other Provisions, Delivery Permit Records and Reports: 3 VAC 5-70, 2472/4313
      • Box 42 Folder 20
        New Regulation on Noise Emanating from Licensed Establishments: 3 VAC 5-50, 2518/4391
      • Box 42 Folder 21
        Internet Wine Retailer Records and Reports: 3 VAC 5-70, 2517/4390
      • Box 42 Folder 22
        Advertising, Amendments to Conform to Recent General Assembly Action and to Simplify and Update Them: 3 VAC 5-20, 2456/4286
      • Box 42 Folder 23
        Retail Operations, Clarifying and Simplifying Retailer Regulations: 3 VAC 5-50, 2153/4349
      • Box 42 Folder 24
        Retail Operations, Clarifying and Simplifying Retailer Regulations: 3 VAC 5-50, 2153/4906
      • Box 43 Folder 1
        Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, Retail Operations, Definition of Dessert Wines: 3 VAC 5-50, 2764/4755
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        Alcoholic Beverage Control Board Chapter Title, Other Provisions, Delivery Permit Records and Reports: 3 VAC 5-70, 2472/4652
      • Box 43 Folder 3
        Amendments to Advertising and Tied-House Regulations to Conform to Recent General Assembly Action and to Simplify and Update them: 3 VAC 5-20, 2456/4775
      • Box 43 Folder 4
        Other Provisions, Delivery Permit Records and Reports: 3 VAC 5-70, 2472/5212
      • Box 43 Folder 4a
        Retail Operations, Definition of Dessert Wines: 3 VAC 5-50, 2764/5050
    • Department of Corrections
      • Box 43 Folder 5
        Amendment Regulations Governing Certification and Inspection of Local Jails, State Correctional Facilities, Residential Centers, Probation and Parole Officers Under the Authority of the Board of Corrections: 6 VAC 15-20, 1818/3523
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        Amend those Governing Certification and Inspection of Local Jails, State Correctional Facilities, Residential Centers, Probation and Parole Officers Under the Authority of the Board of Corrections: 6 VAC 15-20, 1818/3845
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        Certification and Inspection of Local Jails, State Correctional Facilities, Residential Centers, Probation and Parole Officers Under the Authority of the Board of Corrections: 6 VAC 15-20, 1818/3280
      • Box 43 Folder 8
        Standards for Planning, Design, Construction and Reimbursement of Local Correctional Facilities, Add New Section and Amend Definitions: 6 VAC 15-80, 2441/4481
      • Box 43 Folder 9
        Regulations for Public/Private Joint Venture Work Programs Operated in a State Correctional Facility, Review and Revise as Necessary: 6 VAC 15-28, 2722/4709
      • Box 43 Folder 10
        Minimum Standards for Jails and Lockups, Amend Minimum Operational and Supervision Standards for Local and Regional Jails and Lockups: 6 VAC 15-40, 2904/4921
      • Box 43 Folder 11
        Amend Standards for Planning, Design, Construction and Reimbursement of Local Correctional Facilities: 6 VAC 15-80, 2977/5038
      • Box 43 Folder 12
        Add New Section 6 VAC 15-80-211 and Amend Definitions to Standards for Planning, Design, Construction and Reimbursement of Local Correctional Facilities: 6 VAC 15-80, 2441/4846
      • Box 43 Folder 13
        Board of Corrections, Regulations for Public/Private Joint Venture Work Programs Operated in a State Correctional Facility: 6 VAC 15-28, 2722/5166
      • Box 43 Folder 13a
        Standards for Planning, Design, Construction and Reimbursement of Local Correction Facilities, Add New Section and Amend Definitions: 6 VAC 15-80, 2441/4294
    • Department of Criminal Justice Services
      • Box 43 Folder 14
        Bail Enforcement Agents: 6 VAC 20-260, 1859/3362
      • Box 43 Folder 15
        Certification of Criminal Justice Instructors: 6 VAC 20-80, 1813/3268
      • Box 43 Folder 16
        Compulsory In-Service Training Standards for Law Enforcement Officers, Jailors or Custodial Officers, Courtroom Security Officers, Process Service: 6 VAC 20-30, 1812/3267
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        Compulsory Minimum Training Standards for Jailors or Custodial Officers, Courthouse and Courtroom Security Officers and Process Services Officers: 6 VAC 20-50, 1733/3141
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        Property and Surety Bail Bondsmen: 6 VAC 20-250, 1708/3102
      • Box 43 Folder 19
        School Security Officers: 6 VAC 20-240, 1519/3398
      • Box 43 Folder 20
        Regulations Relating to Bail Enforcement Agents: 6 VAC 20-260, 1859/3785
      • Box 43 Folder 21
        Certification of Criminal Justice Instructors: 6 VAC 20-80, 1813/3531
      • Box 43 Folder 22
        Rules Relating to Compulsory In-Service Training Standards for Law-Enforcement Officers, Jailors or Custodial Officers, Courtroom Security Officers, Process Service: 6 VAC 20-30, 1812/3530
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        Compulsory Minimum Training Standards for Jailors or Custodial Officers, Courthouse and Courtroom Security Officers and Process Service Officers: 6 VAC 20-50, 1733/3484
      • Box 43 Folder 24
        Regulations Related to Property and Surety Bail Bondsmen: 6 VAC 20-250, 1708/3669
      • Box 43 Folder 25
        Rules Related to Special Advocate Program: 6 VAC 20-160, 2157/3799
      • Box 43 Folder 26
        Private Security Services: 6 VAC 20-171, 2024/3604
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        Rules Relating to Compulsory In-Service Training Standards for Law Enforcement Officers, Jailors or Custodial Officers, Courtroom Security Officers, Process Service In-Service Training Standards Revisions: 6 VAC 20-30, 1812/3846
      • Box 44 Folder 2
        Rules Relating to Compulsory Minimum Training Standards for Jailors or Custodial Officers, Courthouse and Courtroom Security Officers and Process Service Officers, Jail, Court Security, Civil Process Officers Minimum Training Standards: 6 VAC 20-50, 1733/3834
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        Rules Relating to the Court Appointed Special Advocate Program (CASA): 6 VAC 20-160, 2157/4137
      • Box 44 Folder 4
        Rules Relating to Certification of Criminal Justice Instructors: 6 VAC 20-80, 1813/4343
      • Box 44 Folder 5
        Regulations Relating to Property and Surety Bail Bondsmen: 6 VAC 20-250, 1708/4198
      • Box 44 Folder 6
        Rules Relating to the Court-Appointed Special Advocate Program (CASA): 6 VAC 20-160, 2157/4464
      • Box 44 Folder 7
        Regulations Relating to Private Security Services, CH 0171 Regulations Relating to Private Security Services, Locksmith Emergency Regulations: 6 VAC 20-171, 2672/4650
      • Box 44 Folder 8
        Regulations Relating to Bail Enforcement Agents: 6 VAC 20-260, 1859/4367
      • Box 44 Folder 9
        Regulations Relating to Private Security Services, Comprehensive Review: 6 VAC 20-171, 2725/4712
      • Box 44 Folder 10
        Rules Relating to Compulsory Minimum Training Standards for Jailors or Custodial Officers, Courthouse and Courtroom Security Officers and Process Service Officers: 6 VAC 20-50, 3004/5087
      • Box 44 Folder 11
        Regulations Relating to Bail Enforcement Agents, Regulations Relating to Bail Enforcement Agents: 6 VAC 20-260, 1859/5075
      • Box 44 Folder 12
        Rules Relating to Compulsory Minimum Training Standards for Entry-Level Law Enforcement Officers: 6 VAC 20-20, 3003/5086
      • Box 44 Folder 13
        Rules Relating to Compulsory Minimum Training Standards for Dispatchers: 6 VAC 20-60, 3005/5108
    • Department of Forensic Science
      • Box 44 Folder 14
        Public Participation Guidelines: 6 VAC 40-10, 2061/3683
      • Box 44 Folder 15
        Regulations for the Approval of Marijuana Field Tests for Detection of Marijuana Plant Material: 6 VAC 40-50, 2080/3902
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        Regulations for the Approval of Marijuana Field Test Kits for Detection of Marijuana Plant Material: 6 VAC 40-50, 2080/3706
      • Box 44 Folder 17
        Regulations for Obtaining Information from the Data Bank and Procedures for Verification and Authorization of Persons Requesting Information from the Data Bank: 6 VAC 40-60, 2389/4171
      • Box 44 Folder 18
        Regulations for the Approval of Marijuana Field Tests for Detection of Marijuana Plant Material: 6 VAC 40-50, 2080/4323
      • Box 44 Folder 19
        Regulations for Breath Alcohol Testing, CH 0020 Breath Alcohol: 6 VAC 40-20, 2638/4599
      • Box 44 Folder 20
        Data Bank Regulations: 6 VAC 40-60, 2389/4358
    • Department of Juvenile Justice
      • Box 44 Folder 21
        Mental Health Services Transition Plans for Incarcerated Juveniles: 6 VAC 35-180, 1874/3385
      • Box 44 Folder 22
        Juvenile Work Release Programs: 6 VAC 35-190, 1973/3383
      • Box 44 Folder 23
        Establish Emergency Regulations Governing Juvenile Work Release Programs and Initiate Process for Promulgating Permanent Regulations: 6 VAC 35-190, 1873/3613
      • Box 44 Folder 24
        Regulations for the Planning and Provision of Mental Health, Substance Abuse or Therapeutic Treatment Services for Youths Returning to the Community Following Commitment to a Juvenile Correction Center or Post-Dispositional Detention: 6 VAC 35-180, 1874/3691
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        Promulgate Regulations for Planning and Provision of Mental Health, Substance Abuse or Other Therapeutic Treatment Services for Youths Returning to the Community Following Commitment to a Juvenile Correctional Center of Postdispositional Detention: 6 VAC 35-180, 1874/4231
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        Establish Emergency Regulations Governing Juvenile Work Release Programs and Initiate the Process for Promulgating Permanent Regulations: 6 VAC 35-190, 1873/4230
      • Box 44 Folder 27
        Update to Reflect the Technological and Statutory Changes Since the Original Regulation was Adopted in 1991: 6 VAC 35-10, 1147/3386
      • Box 45 Folder 1
        Regulations Governing the Monitoring, Approval and Certification of Juvenile Justice Programs: 6 VAC 35-20-37
      • Box 45 Folder 2
        Regulations for State Reimbursement of Local Juvenile Residential Facility Costs: 6 VAC 35-30, 2655/4630
      • Box 45 Folder 3
        Minimum Standards for Virginia Delinquency Prevention and Youth Development Act Grant Programs, CH 60 Minimum Standards for Virginia Delinquency Prevention and OOY Grant Programs: 6 VAC 35-60, 2659/4635
      • Box 45 Folder 4
        Standards for Nonresidential Services Available to Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Courts, CH 150 Comprehensive Review of Standards for Non-Residential Services: 6 VAC 35-150, 2660/4634
      • Box 45 Folder 5
        Standards for Juvenile Residential Facilities, Staffing Pattern: 6 VAC 35-140, 2666/4641
      • Box 45 Folder 6
        Regulations Governing the Monitoring, Approval and Certification of Juvenile Justice Programs: 6 VAC 35-20, 2178/4621
      • Box 45 Folder 7
        Regulation Governing Juvenile Secure Detention Centers, Combines in Single Document Provisions Applicable to Juvenile Secure Detention Centers: 6 VAC 35-101, 2973/5033
      • Box 45 Folder 8
        Regulations Governing Juvenile Correctional Centers, Combines in Single Document Provisions Applicable to Juvenile Correctional Centers: 6 VAC 35-71, 2976/5036
      • Box 45 Folder 9
        Regulation Governing Juvenile Group Homes and Halfway Houses, Combines in Single Document Provisions Applicable to Juvenile Group Homes and Halfway Houses: 6 VAC 35-41, 2974/5039
      • Box 45 Folder 10
        Minimum Standards for Virginia Delinquency Prevention and Youth Development Act Grant Programs: CH 60 Minimum Standards for Virginia Delinquency Prevention and OOY Grant Programs: 6 VAC 35-60, 2659/5009
      • Box 45 Folder 11
        Standards for Nonresidential Services Available to Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Courts, CH 150 Comprehensive Review of Standards for Non-Residential Services: 6 VAC 35-150, 2660/5016
      • Box 45 Folder 12
        Amendments to Regulations Governing State Reimbursement of Local Juvenile Residential Facilities: 6 VAC 35-30, 2655/5015
    • Virginia State Police
      • Box 45 Folder 13
        Issuance of Nonresident Concealed Handgun Carry Permits: 19 VAC 30-190, 1563/3083
      • Box 45 Folder 14
        Regulations Relating to the Issuance of Nonresidential Concealed Handgun Carry Permits: 19 VAC 30-190, 1563/4403
      • Box 45 Folder 15
        Promulgate Regulations Relating to Approved Helmets for All-Terrain Vehicles and Mopeds: 19 VAC 30-200, 2890/4910
    • Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program
      • Box 45 Folder 16
        Ignition Interlock Regulations, Promulgate New Regulations for Ignition Interlock Program: 24 VAC 35-60, 2746/4736
      • Box 45 Folder 17
        VASAP Training and Accrediting Manual: 24 VAC 35-50, 2426/4241
      • Box 45 Folder 18
        Promulgate New Regulation Governing Certification of Local Alcohol Safety Action Programs: 24 VAC 35-41, 2744/4734
      • Box 45 Folder 19
        Case Management Policy and Procedures Manual, Promulgate New Regulation (Chapter 31) to Replace Existing Regulation (Chapter 30): 24 VAC 35-31, 2371/4155
      • Box 45 Folder 20
        Policy and Procedure Manual, Promulgate New Regulation (Chapter 21) and Repeal Existing Regulation (Chapter 20): 24 VAC 35-21, 2369/4154
      • Box 45 Folder 21
        Ignition Interlock Regulations: 24 VAC 35-50, 2746/4928
      • Box 45 Folder 22
        Ignition Interlock Regulations, Promulgate New Regulations for Ignition Interlock Program: 24 VAC 35-60, 2746/5227
  • TRANSPORTATION, Secretary of
    • Board for Towing and Recovery Operators
      • Box 45 Folder 23
        Creation of New Regulations for the Board of Towing and Recovery Operators: 24 VAC 27-30-10 et seq., 2290/4006
      • Box 45 Folder 24
        Public Participation Guidelines, Promulgate New Guidelines: 24 VAC 27-10, 2280/3994
      • Box 45 Folder 25
        Regulations for Towing and Recovery Operators: 24 VAC 27-30, 2290/4348
      • Box 45 Folder 26
        General Regulations for Towing and Recovery Operators: 24 VAC 27-30, 2290/4644
    • Department of Motor Vehicles
      • Box 45 Folder 27
        Repeal Existing Commercial Driver Training School Regulations and Promulgate New Regulations Pursuant to Recent Statutory Changes: 24 VAC 20-120, 1541/3602
      • Box 45 Folder 28
        Hauling Permit Regulation, New Regulation to Establish Requirements for Issuance of Permits to Haul Overweight and Over Dimension Vehicles over Highways of Virginia: 24 VAC 20-81, 1675/4100
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        Hauling Permit, New Regulation to Establish Requirements for Issuance of Permits to Haul Overweight and over Dimension Vehicles over Highways of Virginia: 24 VAC 20-81, 1675/3051
      • Box 46 Folder 2
        Commercial Driver Training School Regulations, Repeal Existing Regulations and Promulgate New Regulations Pursuant to Recent Statutory Changes: 24 VAC 20-120, 1541/3860
      • Box 46 Folder 3
        Hauling Permit Regulation, New Regulation to Establish Requirements for Issuance of Permits to Haul Overweight and Over Dimension Vehicles over Highways of Virginia: 24 VAC 20-81, 1675/4525
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        Hauling Permit Regulation, New Regulation to Establish Requirements for Issuance of Permits to Haul Overweight and over Dimension Vehicles over Highways of Virginia: 24 VAC 20-81, 1675/4988
    • Department of Transportation
      • Box 46 Folder 5
        Land Use Permit Manual, Repeal and Replace Existing Regulation (24 VAC 30-150-10) with Updated and Rewritten Regulation Under Same Title and New Number (24 VAC 30-151-10 et seq.): 24 VAC 30-151 and 150, 769/3107
      • Box 46 Folder 6
        Commonwealth Transportation Board, Access Management Regulations, Minor Arterials, Collectors and Local Streets, Promulgation of APA-Subject Regulation and Related Standards to Satisfy Legislative Mandate: 24 VAC 30-73, 2692/4674
      • Box 46 Folder 7
        Access Management Regulations, Minor Arterials, Collectors and Local Streets, Promulgation of APA-Subject Regulation and Related Standards to Satisfy Legislative Mandate: 24 VAC 30-73, 2692/5140
      • Box 46 Folder 8
        Commonwealth Transportation Board, Traffic Impact Analysis Regulations, Area Plan Streamlined Analysis: 24 VAC 30-155, 3183/5363
    • Motor Vehicle Dealer Board
      • Box 46 Folder 9
        Motor Vehicle Dealer Fees, Fee Increase: 24 VAC 22-20, 2164/3913
      • Box 46 Folder 10
        Motor Vehicle Dealer Fees, Fee Increase: 24 VAC 22-20, 2164/3811
      • Box 46 Folder 11
        Motor Vehicle Dealer Board, Fee Increase: 24 VAC 22-20, 2164/4205
      • Box 46 Folder 12
        Establish Regulations for Mandatory, Continuing Education for Independent (Used) Motor Vehicle Dealers: 24 VAC 22-40, 2605/4534
      • Box 46 Folder 13
        Independent Motor Vehicle Dealer Dealer-Operator Recertification Regulations, Establish Regulations for Mandatory, Continuing Education for Independent (Used) Motor Vehicle Dealers: 24 VAC 22-40, 2605/5162
  • Miscellaneous Regulations, 2009-2010
    • Box 46 Folder 14
      Secretary of Natural Resources, Dept. of Conservation and Recreation, Amend Parts I, II and III of the Virginia Stormwater Management Program Permit Regulations to Address Water Quality and Quantity and Local Stormwater Management Program Criteria: 4 VAC 50-60, 1916/5397
    • Box 46 Folder 15
      Secretary of Natural Resources, Dept. of Conservation and Recreation, Stormwater Management Regulation, Establish Water Quality Criteria for New Development Activities with the Chesapeake Bay Watershed: 4 VAC 50-60, 3199/5398
    • Box 46 Folder 16
      Secretary of Natural Resources, Dept. of Conservation and Recreation, Stormwater Management Regulations, Amendments to Statewide Permit Fee Schedule to Improve the Administration and Implementation of Fees: 4 VAC 50-60, 1915/5396
    • Box 46 Folder 17
      Secretary of Commerce and Trade, Dept. of Housing and Community Development, Update and Amend Enterprise Zone Grant Program Regulations: 13 VAC 5-112, 3160/5323
    • Box 46 Folder 18
      Secretary of Education, Dept. of Education, Vocation Education Regulations, Revisions to Reflect Changes in Federal and State Laws, Eliminate Any Duplication: 8 VAC 20-120, 3187/5369
    • Box 46 Folder 19
      Secretary of Natural Resources, Dept. of Environmental Quality, Plasticulture Operations Regulation, Initial Adoption: 9 VAC 25-870, 3178/5357
    • Box 46 Folder 20
      Secretary of Education, Dept. of Education, Regulations Governing Local School Boards and School Divisions, Incorporate Provisions on Fees and Charges as New Section of 8 VAC 20-720: 8 VAC 20-720, 2719/5279
    • Box 46 Folder 21
      Secretary of Education, Dept. of Education, Regulations Governing Local School Boards and School Divisions, Incorporate Textbook Provisions into Consolidated Regulations: 8 VAC 20-720, 2669/5315
    • Box 46 Folder 22
      Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry, Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Health Requirements Governing the Control of Equine Infectious Anemia in Virginia, Repeals the Alternate Testing Requirements for Horses Assembled for Sale or Auction in Virginia: 2 VAC 5-70, 2464/5253
    • Box 46 Folder 23
      Secretary of Health and Human Resources, Dept. of Social Services, Food Stamp Program, Restructure and Rename Program to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program: 22 VAC 40-601, 2978/5218
    • Box 46 Folder 24
      Fast-Track Regulation Approval Sheets, 2007
    • Box 46 Folder 25
      Emergency Extensions Approved, 2008-2009
    • Box 47 Folder 1
      Secretary of Public Safety, Dept. of Juvenile Justice, Regulation Governing Juvenile Secure Detention Centers, Combines in Single Document Provisions Applicable to Juvenile Secure Detention Centers: 6 VAC 35-101, 2973/5299
    • Box 47 Folder 2
      Secretary of Health and Human Resources, DMHMRSAS, General Revisions to Clarify, Update, Simplify and Align with Current Code Provisions: 12 VAC 35-105, 2288/4901
    • Box 47 Folder 3
      Secretary of Commerce and Trade, Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation, Regulations Governing Polygraph Examiners, General Review 2009: 18 VAC 120-30, 3177/5355
    • Box 47 Folder 4
      Secretary of Health and Human Resources, VDH, Waterworks Regulation, Chronically Noncompliant Waterworks: 12 VAC 5-590, 2743/5229
    • Box 47 Folder 5
      Secretary of Natural Resources, DEQ, Air Pollution Control Board, Permits for Stationary Sources, Permits for New and Modified Sources (Rev. H05): 9 VAC 5-80, 1896/5073
    • Box 47 Folder 6
      Secretary of Health and Human Resources, DMAS, Board of Medical Assistance Services, Waivered Services, MCO Rural Exception: 12 VAC 30-120, 3147/5303
    • Box 47 Folder 7
      Secretary of Natural Resources, Dept. of Conservation and Recreation, Virginia State Parks Regulations, Amend and Clarify the State Park Regulations: 4 VAC 5-30, 3170/5342
    • Box 47 Folder 8
      Secretary of Health and Human Resources, DMAS, Amount, Duration and Scope of Medical and Remedial Care and Services, Prior Authorization of Intensive In-Home Services: 12 VAC 30-50, 2653/5280
    • Box 47 Folder 9
      Secretary of Health and Human Resources, VDH, Regulations for the Immunization of School Children, Update of the Regulations: 12 VAC 5-110, 2593/5322
    • Box 47 Folder 10
      Secretary of Health and Human Resources, DMAS, Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rate, Other Types of Care, Ambulatory Surgery Center and Outpatient Rehabilitation Facility Reimbursement: 12 VAC 30-80, 2690/5345
    • Box 47 Folder 11
      Secretary of Commerce and Trade, DPOR, Common Interest Community Board, Common Interest Community Manager Regulations: 18 VAC 48-50, 2799/5354
    • Box 47 Folder 12
      Secretary of Health and Human Resources, DHP, Regulations for Licensure of Occupational Therapists, Licensure of Occupational Therapy Assistants: 18 VAC 85-80, 2758/5356
    • Box 47 Folder 13
      Secretary of Public Safety, ABC, Amendments to Advertising and Tied-House Regulations to Conform to Recent General Assembly Action and to Simplify and Update them: 3 VAC 5-20, 2456/5333
    • Box 47 Folder 14
      Secretary of Education, DOE, Regulations Governing Educational Services for Gifted Students, Revision of Regulations School Divisions Must Meet in their Gifted Education Programs, K-12: 8 VAC 20-40, 1933/5074
    • Box 47 Folder 15
      Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry, DOF, Virginia State Forest Regulations, Amend Requirements for Carrying Handguns in State Forests: 4 VAC 10-30, 2980/5277
    • Box 47 Folder 16
      Secretary of Commerce and Trade, DMME, Geothermal Energy Regulations, Amendments Regarding the Regulation of Geothermal Energy: 4 VAC 25-170, 2646/5011
    • Box 47 Folder 17
      Secretary of Health and Human Resources, VDH, Regulations Governing the State Dental Scholarship Program, Amend Regulations Following Periodic Review: 12 VAC 5-520, 2624/5149
    • Box 47 Folder 18
      Secretary of Public Safety, DJJ, Regulation Governing Juvenile Correctional Centers, Comprehensive Review and Consolidation of Regulations Applicable to Juvenile Correctional Centers: 6 VAC 35-71, 2976/5298
    • Box 47 Folder 19
      Secretary of Public Safety, DCJS, Regulations Relating to Private Security Services, Comprehensive Review: 6 VAC 20-171, 2725/5242
    • Box 47 Folder 20
      Secretary of Commerce and Trade, DPOR, Board for Contractors Regulations, Fee Adjustment to Comply Section 54.1-113 of the Code of Virginia (Callahan Act): 18 VAC 50-22, 2589/5177
    • Box 48 Folder 1
      Secretary of Commerce and Trade, DPOR,Individual License and Certification Regulations, Fee Adjustment to Comply with Section 54.1-113 of the Code of Virginia (Callahan Act): 18 VAC 50-30, 2590/5178
    • Box 48 Folder 2
      Secretary of Health and Human Resources, VDH, Regulations Governing the Virginia Physician Loan Repayment Program, Adoption of Regulations to Administer a Loan Repayment Program: 12 VAC 5-508, 716/4007
    • Box 48 Folder 3
      Secretary of Public Safety, DJJ, Regulation Governing Juvenile Group Homes and Halfway Houses, Combines in Single Document Provisions Applicable to Juvenile Group Homes and Halfway Houses: 6 VAC 35-41, 2974/5311
    • Box 48 Folder 4
      Secretary of Administration, DHRM, Commonwealth of Virginia Health Benefits Program, This Action will Amend Section 1 VAC 55 320(E) to Include Adults, Other than Spouses and Incapacitated Adult Children, as Participants in the Health Benefits Plan for State Employees: 1 VAC 55-320, 3182/5401
    • Box 48 Folder 5
      Secretary of Natural Resources, Air Pollution Control Board, Consumer and Commercial Products Regulation (REV 06): 9 VAC 5-45, 2328/5373
    • Box 48 Folder 8
      Secretary of Health and Human Resources, DSS, Auxiliary Grants Program: 22 VAC 40-25, 2652/5054
    • Box 48 Folder 9
      Secretary of Health and Human Resources, DHP, Regulations of the Virginia Board of Optometry, Standards of Conduct: 18 VAC 105-20, 2538/5381
    • Box 48 Folder 10
      Secretary of Transportation, VDOT, Commonwealth Transportation Board, Land Use Permit Regulations: 24 VAC 30-150-10, 769/5228
    • Box 48 Folder 11
      Secretary of Health and Human Resources, DHP, Virginia Board of Pharmacy, Standards of Conduct: 18 VAC 110-20, 2585/5406
    • Box 48 Folder 12
      Secretary of Health and Human Resources, DHP, Virginia Board of Optometry, Continuing Education Requirements: 18 VAC 105-20, 2048/5382
III. Legislative Files, 2006-2009 (accession 44701).
Boxes 49-141, 170-172
Extent: 33.60 cubic feet (96 boxes).

The Legislative Files series is housed in 96 boxes and is arranged chronologically by legislative session. This series documents the Governor's Policy Office review of all legislation introduced by the General Assembly during the Kaine administration. Each file usually contains the text of each bill including any amendments, bill tracking information, Governor's Summaries (prepared by the Division of Legislative Services), Legislative Action Summaries (for bills tabled, withdrawn or killed in committee), Governor's Policy Office Enrolled Bill Review Forms, Enrolled Bill Reviews (by Cabinet Secretary), Department of Planning and Budget Fiscal Impact Statements, Attorney General's Recommendations to the Governor (restricted for 75 years - attorney/client privilege) and other miscellaneous legislation-related documents which explain in detail various bills brought before and voted upon by the General Assembly. In addition to providing the policy positions and decisions of the Kaine administration, the Legislative Files may also be useful to researchers in determining legislative intent.

Each Governor's Summary prepared by the Division of Legislative Services contains the bill number, patron, bill summary, other information and name of reviewer. The Enrolled Bill Reviews, prepared by the agency most affected by the legislation, summarize the bill and the number of votes for passage achieved by the House and Senate. The reviews include affected constituents' summary, agency analysis and recommendations, recommendations by the appropriate cabinet secretary and notations as to whether the Governor should sign, ask to amend or veto the bill. The Governor's Policy Office Enrolled Bill Review Form contains the vote in the House and Senate, a list and explanation of any no votes, fiscal impact (if any), summary of bill and comments by a Policy Office analyst (Mark Rubin, Maribel Ramos, Felix Sarfo-Kantanka, Jennie Moline, Suzette Denslow, Steven Gould, William L. Murray, Wayne Turnage), and recommendations to Governor Warner from the Analyst, Director of Policy (Brian Sheppard), Counselor (Lawrence Roberts, 2006-2009 and Mark Rubin, 2009-2010) and Chief of Staff (William H. Leighty, 2006-2007 and Wayne Turnage, 2007-2010) if the Governor should sign, veto or amend the bill. Some files contain Department of Planning and Budget fiscal impact statements which detail the monetary affect any legislation might have on the budget. The Office of the Attorney General's Recommendations to the Governor contain check boxes noting if the legislation conflicts with existing law or the Virginia and Federal constitutions, as well as any suggested amendments or comments. The Attorney General's Recommendations are restricted due to attorney-client privilege. Other files also contain correspondence including e-mail messages from bill supporters and opponents related to that particular bill. Also included in this series are Legislative Action Summaries that contain agency and cabinet secretary recommendations and handwritten comments and Governor's suggested amendments and veto messages.

The Division of Legislative Services web site provides the status of individual bills and related information from the 1994 session to the present.

  • 2006 Regular Session
    • House of Delegates
      • Box 49 Folder 1
        HB 1 (06) Highways, Adjustment of Claims Resulting from Certain Contracts, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 2
        HB 2 (06) Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike Authority; Elizabeth River Tunnel Commission, signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 3
        HB 5 (06) Trout Fishing; Department of Game and Inland Fisheries to Issue Special Permits for Handicapped, signed 23 February 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 4
        HB 13 (06) Tuberculosis; Establishing Library of Isolates for Purpose of Disease Strain Analysis, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 5
        HB 15 (06) Workforce Transition Act; Restricts Severance Benefits for Certain State Employees, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 6
        HB 19 (06) Standards of Quality; Calculation of High School Graduation Rates, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 7
        HB 20 (06) Scholastic Records; Electronic Storage thereof, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 8
        HB 21 (06) Victims of Crime; Notice of Court Hearings, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 9
        HB 22 (06) Motor Vehicle Safety Inspections; Increase in Fees, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 10
        HB 24 (06) Absentee Ballot; Assistance to Persons Voting, Penalties, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 11
        HB 25 (06) Law-Enforcement Officer; May Detain Person for Suspicious Behavior, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 12
        HB 33 (06) State Employees; Military Leave of Absence, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 13
        HB 36 (06) Higher Educational Institutions; Violations of Chapter on Regulations thereof, Penalty, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 14
        HB 37 (06) Retirement System; Benefits for Emergency Medical Technicians, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 15
        HB 38 (06) Vocational Schools, Out-of-State; Accreditation of those Operating within State, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 16
        HB 41 (06) Driving under Influence of Alcohol; Penalty for Subsequent Offense, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 17
        HB 45 (06) Death Penalty; Restricted for those 18 Years or Older at Time of Offense, signed 6 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 18
        HB 47 (06) Douthat State Park; Pilot Program Repealed, signed 14 February 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 19
        HB 48 (06) CHAMPS Program; Coordinated Medical Care in City of Chesapeake, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 20
        HB 49 (06) Scholars Program; Provisions Relating thereto, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 21
        HB 50 (06) Work-Study Program; Provisions Relating thereto, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 22
        HB 56 (06) Child Abuse or Neglect; Mandatory Reporting by Eligibility Workers; Penalty,signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 23
        HB 57 (06) Community College System; Articulation Agreements and Transferable Credits, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 24
        HB 58 (06) Computers; School Resource Officers to Provide Internet Safety Instruction to Students, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 25
        HB 59 (06) Health Insurance; Credits for Retired State Employees, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 26
        HB 61 (06) Voter Registration; Duties of State Board of Election, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 27
        HB 62 (06) Judges; Increases Number in General District Court, signed 3 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 28
        HB 63 (06) Judges; Increases Number in Circuit Court, signed 3 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 29
        HB 64 (06) Public Procurement Act; Bids or Proposals for Transportation-Related Projects, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 30
        HB 65 (06) Unemployment Compensation, Commission on; Repeals Sunset Provision, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 31
        HB 68 (06) Courts Technology Fund; Created, Increase in Certain Fees, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 32
        HB 69 (06) Retail Sales and Use Tax; Exemptions Include Medicines for Commercial Farm Animals, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 33
        HB 70 (06) Assault and Battery; School Bus Drivers, Penalty, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 34
        HB 71 (06) Elections; Certification of Political Party Candidates for General, Special and Primary, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 35
        HB 73 (06) Social Services; City Council Member Appointed to Local Board, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 36
        HB 77 (06) Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2006; Created, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 37
        HB 78 (06) Zoning Ordinance; Reconstruction/Restoration of Involuntarily Damaged or Destroyed Nonconformities, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 38
        HB 83 (06) Public Building Authority; Issuance of Bonds for State Agency Radio System for State Police, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 39
        HB 90 (06) Driver's Licenses; Extension of Expiration for Military Personnel or Member of Diplomatic Service, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 40
        HB 93 (06) Environmental Site Assessments; Local Government to Adopt Ordinances Requiring, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 41
        HB 95 (06) Student, New; Certain Information Required Upon Registration to Public School, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 42
        HB 101 (06) Constitutional Amendment; Marriage May Exist Only Between a Man and Woman, amended 8 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 43
        HB 102 (06) Driver's License; Operating Vehicle with Suspended or Revoked License, Penalty, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 44
        HB 104 (06) Meherrin River; Portion in Brunswick County Designated as State Scenic River, signed 14 February 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 45
        HB 105 (06) Political Campaign Advertisements; Disclosure Requirements therefor, Definitions, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 46
        HB 106 (06) Warning Lights; Use of Red or Red and White Lights by NASA's Wallops Flight Facility Vehicles, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 47
        HB 110 (06) Aging Population; State Agencies to Prepare Strategic Plan on Impact thereof, Report, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 48
        HB 111 (06) All-Terrain Vehicles; Allows Local Governments in Northern Virginia to Prohibit Operation thereof, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 49
        HB 113 (06) Alcoholic Beverages; Penalty for Purchasing for Certain Persons, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 49 Folder 50
        HB 115 (06) Garnishment Forms and Summonses; Requires Clarity in Language therein, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 1
        HB 121 (06) Real Estate Tax; Increases Amount of Exemptions for Elderly or Disabled in Northern Virginia, singed 5 April 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 2
        HB 122 (06) SWAM Businesses; Additional Certification Not Required to Participate in any Program, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 3
        HB 125 (06) Conservators of the Peace; Includes NASA's Special Agents and Security Police Officers, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 4
        HB 126 (06) Juvenile Detention Hearings; Judge May Designate Courthouse Where to be Held, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 5
        HB 127 (06) Court-Appointed Counsel; Written Request for Compensation, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 6
        HB 128 (06) Condominium Act; Authorizing Condominium Association to be Applicants in Land Use Matters, signed 23 February 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 7
        HB 132 (06) Eminent Domain; Jury to Determine Just Compensation, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 8
        HB 134 (06) Higher Educational Institutions; to Report Assignment of any Intellectual Property Interests, amended 11 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 9
        HB 138 (06) Voter Registration; Spouse or Dependent of Military Member, Exceptions, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 10
        HB 141 (06) Impact Fees for Transportation; Authorize Fauquier and Spotsylvania Counties to Impose, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 11
        HB 143 (06) Highways, Bridges and Interchanges; Allows Transportation Board to Name, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 12
        HB 147 (06) Service Districts; Localities May Contribute from General Fund for Certain Government Services, signed 23 February 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 13
        HB 148 (06) Stormwater Management Program; Includes Enlargement, Improvement and Maintenance of Dams, signed 23 February 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 14
        HB 151 (06) Resident Trainee; Name Changed to Funeral Service Interns, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 15
        HB 153 (06) Halal Food; Regulation of Sale, Penalty, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 16
        HB 168 (06) Income Tax, State; False Claims of Employment Status, Penalty, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 17
        HB 170 (06) Voter Registration; DMV to Furnish List of Non-Citizens to Board of Elections, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 18
        HB 172 (06) Wildlife Diseases; Control thereof, signed 23 February 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 19
        HB 175 (06) Overweight Farm Vehicles; May Operate at Extended Weights Authorized, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 20
        HB 193 (06) Deposit Accounts and Certificates of Deposit; Statute of Limitations, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 21
        HB 194 (06) Real Estate; Special Commissioner to Sell Property, etc., to Make Tax Sales Less Costly, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 22
        HB 195 (06) Industrial Loan Companies; Certain Provisions for those Out-of-State, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 23
        HB 201 (06) Toll Facilities; Localities May Have Agreements for Construction and Operation thereof
      • Box 50 Folder 24
        HB 203 (06) Boy Scouts of America and Girl Scouts of the USA; Equal Access to Public Facilities, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 25
        HB 206 (06) Road Construction; Expands Powers of Service Districts to Include, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 26
        HB 207 (06) Correctional Facilities, Community-Based; Location and Notice, signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 27
        HB 208 (06) Fire Service Board; Payment of Per Diem, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 28
        HB 209 (06) Public Records Act; to Include Provisions Relating to Management and Archiving of Electronic Records, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 29
        HB 210 (06) Publication Depository Program; Created, Report, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 30
        HB 211 (06) Real Estate Board; Educational Requirements for Licensure, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 31
        HB 214 (06) Treasurers' Sales; Relief for Certain Purchasers of Property Sold Prior to Designated Date, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 32
        HB 215 (06) Comparative Religion; Board of Education to Authorize Elective Course in Grades 9 through 12, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 33
        HB 216 (06) Remediation Programs; Amends Standards therefor, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 34
        HB 226 (06) Transportation Needs of Populations with Limited Mobility; Specific Mobility Goals to be Addressed, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 35
        HB 239 (06) Marriage; Fee for Ceremony, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 36
        HB 240 (06) Tuition; No Charges for Children of Relocated Military Personnel, signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 37
        HB 241 (06) Repurchase to Former Owner; Offer thereof cannot be Waived, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 38
        HB 244 (06) Leased or Rented Property; Authority of Sheriff to Store and Sell Personal Property Removed therefrom, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 39
        HB 250 (06) Motor Vehicle Registrations and License Plates; Dealer May Issue Temporary Certificates, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 40
        HB 255 (06) Line of Duty Act; Mandatory Training Required for Employees Covered thereby, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 41
        HB 259 (06) Motor Vehicle Dealers' Transaction Fees; Repeals Sunset Provision, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 42
        HB 260 (06) Hunting or Trapping in State Forests; Increases Fees to Obtain Permit, signed 23 February 2006
      • Box 50 Folder 43
        HB 261 (06) Insurance Agents; Compliance with Continuing Education Requirements, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 1
        HB 267 (06) Nursing Home Bed Projects; Conditions for Issuance of Certificate of Public Need, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 2
        HB 281 (06) Colonial Heights; Charter, signed 23 February 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 3
        HB 286 (06) Residential Property Disclosure Act; Disclosure of Pending Enforcement Actions, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 4
        HB 291 (06) Campaign Finance; Special Disclosure Requirements for Certain Large Contributions; Civil Penalties, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 5
        HB 292 (06) Campaign Finance Disclosure; Exemptions, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 6
        HB 294 (06) Campaign Finance Disclosures; Independent Expenditures, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 7
        HB 295 (06) Campaign Finance Disclosure; Statements of Organization and Petty Cash Funds, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 8
        HB 297 (06) Campaign Finance Disclosure; Special Reports of Large Pre-Election Contributions, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 9
        HB 299 (06) Registered Pharmacy Technicians; Authorized to Accept Oral Prescriptions for Certain Radiopharmaceuticals, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 10
        HB 300 (06) Physician Assistants; Provides that They May Sign Various Forms and Certificates, Etc., signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 11
        HB 302 (06) Nonresident Pharmacies; Inspections for those Seeking Registrations to Conduct Business, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 12
        HB 305 (06) Learning Technology, Office of; Created within Council of Higher Education, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 13
        HB 308 (06) Zoning Ordinance; Violations thereof, Penalty, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 14
        HB 310 (06) Higher Education, Council of; Eligibility to be Elected Chairman of Student Advisory Committee, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 15
        HB 311 (06) State Employees; Voluntary Supplemental Health Coverage Program Offered to Certain, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 16
        HB 312 (06) Courts of Record; Certain Fees, signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 17
        HB 316 (06) Real Estate Board; Duties of Licensees and Limited Service Representatives, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 18
        HB 317 (06) Railroads; Passenger Rail Service Liability, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 19
        HB 320 (06) Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; Noncompliance of Rental Agreement, Landlord to Recover Damages, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 20
        HB 321 (06) Wine and Beer; Limited Service Hotels Licensed to Sell for Consumption in Designated Areas, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 21
        HB 323 (06) Accident and Sickness Insurance; Health Care Provider Panel Contracts, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 22
        HB 324 (06) Tax Refund Anticipation Loans; Requires Persons who Facilitate to Display their Fees and Information, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 23
        HB 326 (06) Workers' Compensation; Adds Sole Shareholders and Members thereof, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 24
        HB 327 (06) Personal Property Tax; Classification of Watercraft Used for Business Purposes, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 25
        HB 332 (06) Nursing Education Programs; to Report to Board of Nursing Annually their Enrollment, Etc., signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 26
        HB 336 (06) Special Use Permits; None Required if Erecting Tent Intended for Temporary Structure, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 27
        HB 339 (06) Dogs and Cats; Licensed Vets to Collect License Fee and Provide Receipt when Administering Rabies Vaccine, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 28
        HB 340 (06) Dogs; Regulation of those that may be Dangerous, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 29
        HB 341 (06) Confederate Cemeteries and Graves; Increases Number of Graves Cared for, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 30
        HB 346 (06) Restructured Higher Education Financial and Administrative Operations Act; Includes Campus Security, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 31
        HB 347 (06) General Educational Development Program; Allowance of Participation therein, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 32
        HB 348 (06) Test Security Procedures; Board of Education to Review Violations of Regulations by Local School Board, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 33
        HB 349 (06) School Calendars; Reduction of State Aid when Length of School Term Below what is Required, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 34
        HB 350 (06) School for the Deaf and Blind at Staunton and School for Deaf, Blind and Multi-Disabled at Hampton, vetoed 18 May 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 35
        HB 351 (06) Health Regulatory Boards; Prohibition of Certain Transfers of Moneys Collected on Behalf thereof, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 36
        HB 354 (06) Audiology; Board to Issue Provisional License, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 37
        HB 355 (06) Pharmacy, Board of; Specific Powers and Duties, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 38
        HB 360 (06) Bankers' Banks; Authorized to Accept Deposits from and Make Loans to Certain Banks and Individuals, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 39
        HB 362 (06) Game and Inland Fisheries, Board of; Duties thereof, amended 1 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 40
        HB 366 (06) Mopeds, Motorcycles, Etc.; Localities to Adopt Ordinances Regulating Noise therefrom, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 41
        HB 368 (06) Juveniles; Mental Health Facility Recommendations are Admissible during Commitment Hearing, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 42
        HB 370 (06) Firearms; Localities May Adopt an Ordinance that Prohibits from Carrying for Hunting on Public Highways, vetoed 18 May 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 43
        HB 372 (06) Solemn Ceremonies; Unlawful Assembly in Protest Near or at Ceremony is Guilty of a Misdemeanor, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 51 Folder 44
        HB 381 (06) Certificate of Public Need; Authorization of Certain Amendment, signed 6 April 2006
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        HB 382 (06) Professional Librarians; Qualifications, signed 4 April 2006
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        HB 383 (06) Home Service Contract Providers; Certain Exemptions, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 400 (06) High-Speed and Broadband Internet Access; Accessibility thereof in Underserved Areas, singed 30 March 2006
      • Box 52 Folder 1
        HB 401 (06) Child Support, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 406 (06) Retirement System; Purchase of Prior Service Credit, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 407 (06) Earned Income Tax Credit Information; Dept. of Taxation Share with Dept. of Social Services, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 413 (06) Cord Blood Bank Initiative; Created, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 417 (06) Birth-Related Neurological Injury Program; Employee Benefits in Retirement System, signed 6 April 2006
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        HB 419 (06) Retirement System; Board Shall Pay Cash-Out Amount in Direct Rollover to an Individual Plan, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 420 (06) Health Insurance Credits; Clarifies Retirees who are Eligible therefor, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 421 (06) Solid Waste Management; Permits for Proposed Facilities Subject to Analysis, signed 7 March 2006
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        HB 432 (06) State Corporation Commission and Workers' Compensation Commission; Election and Terms of Members, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 434 (06) Employee Personnel Records; Files to be Produced in Digital or Paper Format, signed 24 March 2006
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        HB 436 (06) Motor Vehicle Value; Any Valuation Service May Be Used as Evidence of Vehicle's Value, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 438 (06) Probation Officers; Court May Order that Investigations and Reports Only Contain Certain Information, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 439 (06) Sewage Treatment Facilities; Establishing a Governing Board, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 443 (06) Health Care Provider; Definition Includes Marriage and Family Therapists, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 445 (06) Charter; Town of Iron Gate, signed 23 February 2006
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        HB 447 (06) Mercury Switches in Motor Vehicles; Requires Removal Prior to their Demolition, signed 23 February 2006
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        HB 448 (06) Litter Control and Recycling; Increase Percentage of Grants Awarded to Localities, signed 14 February 2006
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        HB 452 (06) Retirement System; Allows a Member to Transfer His Contributions to the Optional Plan, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 453 (06) Retirement System; Optional Life Insurance to be Reviewed by VRS, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 454 (06) Retirement System; Reemployment Shall Not Result in Suspension of Benefit Payments, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 455 (06) Life Insurance; Clarifies the Date When Reductions in Coverage for State Disability Retiree Begins, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 456 (06) Private Waste Companies; Requirements thereof, signed 10 March 2006
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        HB 457 (06) Conflicts of Interest Act, State and Local; Exemption for Faculty Papers, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 458 (06) Public Procurement Act; Public Body to Enter into Cooperative Procurement for Professional Services, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 459 (06) Sickness and Disability Program; Plan Administrator to Direct Employee to Apply for Other Benefits, signed 6 April 2006
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        HB 460 (06) Sickness and Disability Program; Reporting Requirements of Certain Insurers, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 461 (06) Sickness and Disability Program; Clarifies Period an Employee May Receive Short-Term Benefits, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 462 (06) Sickness and Disability Program; Employees Approved for Benefits at Age 60 Eligible for Maximum 5 Years, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 466 (06) School Board; Increase of Salaries for Members in City of Hopewell and Hanover County, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 458 (06) Sickness and Disability Program; Clarifies Emp. Receiving Benefits Must Apply for Social Security, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 52 Folder 31
        HB 470 (06) Vacancies in Constitutional Offices; Special Election to Fill Vacancy, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 473 (06) Retirement System; Local Retirement Plans Not Participating in the VRS, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 474 (06) Charter; Clifton Forge, signed 23 February 2006
      • Box 52 Folder 34
        HB 476 (06) Severance Benefits to State and Local Officials; Requires Any Provided Shall Be Publicly Announced, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 52 Folder 35
        HB 491 (06) Real Estate Reassessment; Notice of Change, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 493 (06) High School Baccalaureate Ceremonies; Develop Guidelines Complying with Constitutional Restriction, vetoed 10 April 2006
      • Box 52 Folder 37
        HB 496 (06) Highway; Expands Definition, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 52 Folder 38
        HB 504 (06) Community College System; Directs State Board to Establish Policies Providing for Reduced Tuition Rates, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 511 (06) Worrell Family Bridge; Designating as Route 662 Bridge over Burks Fork Creek, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 512 (06) Alcoholic Beverages; Persons Granted Wine and Beer Licenses May Conduct Tastings, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 514 (06) DUI; Breath Test Admissible as Evidence in Civil and Criminal Cases, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 52 Folder 42
        HB 517 (06) New College Institute; Created, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 52 Folder 43
        HB 518 (06) Tourism Zones, Local; County, City or Town to Establish by Local Ordinance, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 52 Folder 44
        HB 521 (06) Landscape Architects; Acceptance of Plans by State and Local Authorities, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 52 Folder 45
        HB 522 (06) Tire Recycling Fee; Extension of Time, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 52 Folder 46
        HB 524 (06) Criminal History Record Information; Dissemination thereof to Shipyards, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 52 Folder 47
        HB 525 (06) Charitable Gaming; Revises Several Existing Definitions, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 52 Folder 48
        HB 530 (06) Retail Sales and Use Tax; Semiconductor Production Exemption, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 1
        HB 531 (06) Income Tax; Conformity of Taxation with Internal Revenue Code, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 2
        HB 532 (06) Sales and Use Tax Exemption; School Supplies, Clothing and Footwear and Computers, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 3
        HB 534 (06) Motor Fuels Tax; DMV Suggested Changes, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 4
        HB 535 (06) Water and Sewer Liens; Manassas Park Authorized to Provide Charges for Service, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 5
        HB 538 (06) State Corporation Commission; Fees, signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 6
        HB 542 (06) Conflict of Interests Acts' Includes Certain Clarifications Concerning Acts and General Assembly, signed 6 April 2006
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        HB 543 (06) Lobbyists; Amending Registration and Disclosure Provisions therefor, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 8
        HB 550 (06) Solid Waste Disposal; Highland County Authorized to Levy Fee therefor, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 552 (06) Regional Water Supply Plans; Allows Town to Enter into with an Adjacent County, signed 23 February 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 10
        HB 553 (06) Occupational and Professional Misdemeanor Violations; Statute of Limitation, signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 11
        HB 554 (06) Landfills; DEQ to Develop Policies and Procedures to Allow Burning of Vegetative Waste, signed 23 February 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 12
        HB 557 (06) Public Procurement Act; Expands Prohibited Contracts, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 13
        HB 558 (06) Condominium Act; Actions for Breach of Warranty and Notice of Declarant, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 14
        HB 563 (06) Court Records; Removes Sunset Provision on Prohibiting Information from Court-Controlled Website, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 15
        HB 564 (06) Freedom of Information Act; Posting of Minutes by State Boards and Commissions, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 16
        HB 567 (06) Unemployment Compensation; Increases Maximum Weekly Benefit, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 17
        HB 568 (06) Communications Tax Reform; Revises Services, Report, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 18
        HB 569 (06) Cigarette Tax; Increases Penalty for Failure to Properly Affix Stamps, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 19
        HB 573 (06) Burial Insurance; Agent Licensing, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 20
        HB 574 (06) Youth Trapping License; Created, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 21
        HB 575 (06) Trapping; Exempts Trappers Using Body Grip Traps that are Completely Submerged, signed 23 February 2006
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        HB 576 (06) Retail Sales and Use Tax; Exemption for Certain Church Property, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 23
        HB 577 (06) Children's Group Homes and Residential Facilities; Regulatory Requirements for Licensure, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 24
        HB 588 (06) Machete; Illegal to Brandish Machete in Threatening Manner, Penalty, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 25
        HB 589 (06) Blue Star Memorial Highway; Designating as Portion of Old Keene Mill Road in Fairfax County, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 26
        HB 594 (06) Emergency Medical Services; Allows Certain Vehicles to Carry Oxygen, Required Training on Handling, signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 27
        HB 596 (06) Flood Prevention and Protection Assistance Fund; Fund Includes Dam Safety, Report, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 28
        HB 597 (06) Dam Safety; Penalties, signed 1 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 29
        HB 599 (06) Propane Air; Clarification thereof, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 30
        HB 601 (06) Alcoholic Beverages; License Taxes for Wholesale Beer and Wine Licensees, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 31
        HB 607 (06) Planning and Budget, Department of; Removes Requirement of School Division to Pay Cost Efficiency Review, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 32
        HB 609 (06) Corporations, Professional; When Members of Board of Directors thereof Required to be Licensed, etc., signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 33
        HB 610 (06) Emergency Medical Services; Facilitates Development of Quality of Care Initiative within System, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 34
        HB 612 (06) Cigarette Tax; Deduction of Bad Debts from Taxes Owed, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 35
        HB 614 (06) Special Advisory Commission on Mandated Health Insurance Benefits; JLARC to Provide Staffing, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 36
        HB 617 (06) Profits from Crime; Subject to Special Order of Escrow, with Profits Going to Victim, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 37
        HB 618 (06) Dialysis Patient Care Technician; Definition thereof, signed 10 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 38
        HB 621 (06) Charter; City of Richmond, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 39
        HB 622 (06) Prescriptions; Exception to Requirement for Patients in Certain Correctional Institutions, signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 53 Folder 40
        HB 625 (06) Human Remains; Commissioner of Department of Health to Determine if Hazardous to Public Health, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 1
        HB 628 (06) Military Family Relief Fund; Created, Report, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 2
        HB 629 (06) Prisoners; Felony to Tamper with Fire Protection or Fire Suppression System, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 631 (06) Condemnation Proceeding; Parties Must Attend Dispute Resolution Evaluation Session, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 4
        HB 643 (06) Private Roads; Provision Allowing Dickenson County Maintenance thereof Serving Certain Cemeteries, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 5
        HB 646 (06) DMV; Access to Records for Person Applying for Volunteer Vehicle Operator with Civil Air Patrol, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 6
        HB 647 (06) Solid Waste Management Plans; Units to Maintain Recycling and Target Rates, signed 14 February 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 7
        HB 648 (06) Operation of Government Stores; ABC Board to Appoint Holder of Distiller's License as Agent of Board, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 650 (06) School Buses; Maximum Speed Limit Allowed, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 651 (06) Federal Aid in Sport Fish Restoration Act; Gives Authority to Accept Federal Grant Money, signed 14 February 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 10
        HB 652 (06) Oyster Tax; Revenues to be Deposited into Public Oyster Rocks Replenishment Fund, amended 11 March 2006
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        HB 653 (06) Nonevidentiary Substances or Paraphernalia; Disposal thereof, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 12
        HB 664 (06) Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; Adds Certain Police Department, signed 24 March 2006
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        HB 665 (06) Outdoor Advertising; Vegetation Control, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 14
        HB 666 (06) Transportation Board; Eliminates Number and Dollar Limitations on Awarding Design-Build Contracts, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 15
        HB 667 (06) Interstate Highway System; All Maintenance thereof to be Carried Out Under Certain Contracts, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 16
        HB 670 (06) Vehicle License Fees, etc., Local; DMV to Develop and Implement Standardized Procedures and Fees, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 671 (06) Design-Build Contracts; Allows Localities to Award for Construction of Transportation Projects, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 672 (06) Highways and Bridges; Transportation Board to Receive Resolutions in Support of Naming, signed 24 March 2006
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        HB 673 (06) Transportation Board; Election of Certain Members by General Assembly, vetoed 10 April 2006
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        HB 676 (06) VDOT; Commissioner to Report on Actions and Initiatives that Involve Outsourcing and Privatization, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 677 (06) VDOT; Transportation Commissioner to Report on Certain Accomplishments, Actions and Initiatives, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 22
        HB 680 (06) Biofuels Production Incentive Grant Program and Fund; Created, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 23
        HB 684 (06) Erosion and Sediment Control and Stormwater Management Acts; Clarifies Acceptable Flow Rates, signed 23 February 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 24
        HB 686 (06) Subdivision Ordinances; Provisions to Allow Locality to Construct Sidewalk, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 25
        HB 691 (06) Prisoners; Certain Documents to be Provided to Prisoner Upon Release, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 692 (06) Juveniles; Exceptions to Confidentiality, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 27
        HB 693 (06) Real Estate Time-Share Act; Provides for Nonjudicial Foreclosures of Liens, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 28
        HB 695 (06) In-State Tuition; Dependents of Active Duty Military Personnel Shall Be Eligible to Receive, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 29
        HB 698 (06) Mortgage Brokers; Dual Compensation, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 30
        HB 699 (06) Housing Authorities Law; Various Changes to Update Provisions, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 31
        HB 701 (06) Motor Carrier Transportation Contracts; Indemnification Clauses, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 32
        HB 706 (06) Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission; Appointment of Executive Director, vetoed 10 April 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 33
        HB 709 (06) Waste Containers; Localities to Impose Civil Penalty for Non-Removal after Third Notice, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 34
        HB 714 (06) Health Partnership Authorities, Local; Repeals Sunset Provision, signed 10 March 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 35
        HB 723 Divorce; Equitable Distribution, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 36
        HB 727 (06) Adoption Laws; Changes in Provisions, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 729 (06) Adoption; Allows Birth Parent to Recommend Adoptive Parents, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 730 (06) Mutual Consent Adoption Registry; Created, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 731 (06) Child or Spousal Support; Clarify Factors that Court Shall Consider when Determining Support, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 54 Folder 40
        HB 738 (06) Little League Baseball Challenger Week; Designating as First Full Week of May Preceding Mother's Day, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 741 (06) State Agencies; Comptroller Shall Develop Policies to Reduce Costs of Collecting Debts Owed thereto, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 743 (06) Statewide Independent Living Fund; Created, Report, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 744 (06) Uniform Statewide Building Code; Enforcement Actions Against Owner, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 752 (06) Drug Treatment Courts; Established in City of Newport News, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 758 (06) Medical Assistance Services; State Plan Amendment or Application for Certain Waiver, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 55 Folder 1
        HB 759 (06) Medical Assistance Services; Development of Public-Private Long-Term Care Partnership Program, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 55 Folder 2
        HB 760 (06) Health Care; Determination of Data Concerning Safety and Quality Services Rendered by Physicians, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 761 (06) Health Group Cooperatives; Established for Arranging Benefit Plan Coverage for Small Employers, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 771 (06) Condemnation Proceedings; Localities to Hold Public Hearing Prior to Initiating a Condemnation, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 772 (06) Tax Assessments; Judicial Appeals thereof, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 773 (06) House of Delegates Districts; Makes Technical Adjustments in Certain Districts, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 774 (06) Community Service Boards and Behavioral Health Authorities; Joint Agreements, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 775 (06) Predicate Criminal Act; Addition to List of Crimes Included in Definition, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 776 (06) Law Practices; Allows those who are not active Members of State Bar to Render Professional Services, signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 55 Folder 10
        HB 779 (06) Transient Occupancy Tax; Maximum Amount Nelson County May Charge, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 55 Folder 11
        HB 781 (06) Rights of Residents and Employees to Contact Elected Officials, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 55 Folder 12
        HB 783 (06) School Board; Referendum in Page County on Question of whether should be Elected Biennially, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 55 Folder 13
        HB 784 (06) Lottery; Various Changes that will Enhance Ability to Continue as Strong Revenue Producer for State, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 55 Folder 14
        HB 786 (06) Income Tax, State; Credit for Purchase of Long-Term Care Insurance, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 788 (06) Health Care, Joint Commission on; Repeals Sunset Provision, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 789 (06) Expert Witness; Eliminates Prohibition Against Compensating in Certain Criminal Cases, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 790 (06) Conditional Release; Extends Custody Period Following Revocation thereof Before Treatment, signed 24 March 2006
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        HB 791 (06) Insanity; Conditional Release Shall Not Be Revoked Because of Voluntary Hospital Admission, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 793 (06) Issuance of Temporary License Plates to Dealers by DMV, signed 4 April 2006
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        HB 796 (06) Uniform Transfer to Minors Act; Allows Two People to be Joint Custodian for Single Minor, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 55 Folder 21
        HB 801 (06) Interstate Public-Private Transportation Partnership Compact; Created, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 55 Folder 22
        HB 804 (06) Recreational Facilities Authority; Reduces Number of Members that Constitutes Quorum, signed 23 February 2006
      • Box 55 Folder 23
        HB 809 (06) Primary and Secondary Highway Systems; Projects Undertaken by Counties, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 55 Folder 24
        HB 812 (06) Civil Cases; Removes Requirement that Plaintiff Must Post Bond to Appeal Judgement, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 813 (06) Standards of Learning Assessments; Board of Education May Enact Special Provisions Relating thereto, signed 23 May 2006
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        HB 816 (06) Recording Devices in Motor Vehicles; Access to Recorded Data, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 821 (06) Rural Rustic Road Program; Roads with Certain Average Daily Traffic Volumes Qualify therefor, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 55 Folder 28
        HB 822 (06) Libraries, Local Public; Donations of Materials to Nonprofit Organizations, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 823 (06) Speed Limits; Signs Placed in Residence Districts without Approval of County, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 55 Folder 30
        HB 824 (06) Signs; Authorize Any Town to Request and Pay for Installation thereof, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 55 Folder 31
        HB 827 (06) License Plates; Prohibits Use of Any Bracket, etc. that Obscures or Alters, singed 4 April 2006
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        HB 831 (06) Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan; Individuals in Health Maintenance Organizations, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 55 Folder 33
        HB 833 (06) License Plates, Special; Eliminates Fee for those Bearing Legend: United We Stand, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 834 (06) License Plates, Special; Reduces Number of Days Pre-Paid Application to be Received by Commissioner, signed 4 April 2006
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        HB 843 (06) HOV Lanes; Issuance of Three Demerit Points for First and Subsequent Violations thereof, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 844 (06) Indigent Defense Commission; Powers and Duties, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 845 (06) Freedom of Information; Allows Forensic Science Board and Scientific Advisory Committee to have Closed Meeting, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 846 (06) Sex Crimes Against Children; Mandatory Minimum Term of Confinement for Certain Offenses, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 847 (06) Gangs; Collection of Information on Individuals Identified as Members thereof, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 848 (06) Forensic Science, Department of; Change in Powers and Duties, signed 4 April 2006
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        HB 849 (06) Assistive Technology Loan Fund Authority; Board of Directors to Appoint Executive Director, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 851 (06) Vaccines; Authorizes Hospitals to Provide for Administration of Influenza and Pneumococcal, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 852 (06) Hospital Authorities; Standardizes Powers and Duties Concerning, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 853 (06) Health Records; Minor Deemed to be an Adult for Purpose of Access to and Disclosure of his Records, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 854 (06) Senior Citizens and Adults with Disabilities; Agency Heads Designate Employee to Review Policy Affecting, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 855 (06) Guardianship; Petition by Parent of Incapacitated Person, signed 4 April 2006
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        HB 856 (06) Public Guardianship Program; Authority to Make Funeral Arrangements, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 56 Folder 1
        HB 860 (06) Document Filings, Post-Assessment; Allows SCC to File with Respect to Stock and Nonstock Corporations, etc., signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 862 (06) Personal Property, Tangible; Establishes Separate Class for Certain Aircraft, signed 24 March 2006
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        HB 863 (06) Computer and Electronic Data; Access to Defendant thereof Seized in Obscenity, etc., Cases, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 865 (06) Workers' Compensation; Requires Compensation for Temporary Partial Disability up to 13 Weeks, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 869 (06) License Taxes, Local; Localities to Select Date to Apply therefor, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 870 (06) Boating Safety Course; Required if Convicted of Violating Boating Law, signed 23 February 2006
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        HB 871 (06) Charter; Town of Altavista, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 877 (06) Highways; Increases Cost of Maintenance and Construction Projects Carried out by State Employees, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 882 (06) Prisoners; Restrictions on Suits, Claims, etc., Maintained Against While Incarcerated, signed 4 April 2006
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        HB 884 (06) Special Elections; Fill Vacancies in Constitutional Offices, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 885 (06) National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws; Director of DLS is a Commissioner, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 886 (06) State Agencies; Preparation and Publication of Annual Liaison Booklet, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 887 (06) Mergers and Reinstatements; Provides Exceptions to Requirements therefor, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 888 (06) Subpoenas; those for Witnesses or Documents to be Authorized by Judge, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 889 (06) Lead-Based Paint Maintenance; Immunity from Liability Statute, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 896 (06) Retail Sales and Use Tax; Gratuities or Service Charges on Meals Excluded when Calculating, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 898 (06) Sam's Restaurant; Governor to Convey to Ocean Properties, LLC in Downtown Section of Hampton, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 901 (06) Gangs; Person on Probation Prohibited from any Contact, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 903 (06) Parental Rights; Court to Determine Custody Arrangement thereof when Convicted of Certain Offenses, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 906 (06) Pet Trust; Created, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 907 (06) Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; Confidentiality of Tenant Records, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 909 (06) Enterprise Zone Job Creation Grants; Deletion of Terms from Definition of Grant Eligible Position, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 910 (06) Higher Educational Institutions; Programs to Promote Awareness of Sex Crimes upon Students, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 915 (06) Automobile Graveyards and Junkyards; Adds City of Newport News to Localities that May Require Screening, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 916 (06) Real Estate Tax; Assessments for Open Space Property for Golf Courses, signed 6 April 2006
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        HB 917 (06) Fog Lights; Not More than Two may be Illuminated at Any Time, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 918 (06) Zoning Ordinances; Modification and Provision, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 919 (06) Cable Television Operator; Easement Conveyed by Developer Within 30 Days After Request, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 922 (06) Fishburne Military School; Officers Recognized as Commissioned Officers of Unorganized Militia, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 926 (06) Economic Development for Virginians with Disabilities Grant Program; Created, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 927 (06) License Plates, Special; Expired Authorizations, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 929 (06) Absentee Ballots; Must be Received by 5:00 p.m. on Seventh Day Before Election, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 930 (06) Vendor's Manual; DGS, et al to Establish Procedure for Refunding Relevant eVa Transaction Fees, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 937 (06) Anabolic Steroids; Electronic Ordering of Schedule II Drugs and Additions to Schedules IV and V, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 940 (06) Rappahannock River; Marine Resources Commission to Convey Fee Simple Title therein, signed 24 March 2006
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        HB 941 (06) Workers' Compensation Liability; Corrects the Statement of the Minimum Ratio of Debt to Equity, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 942 (06) Structured Settlement Protection Act; Workers' Compensation Benefits, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 948 (06) Abandoned Vehicles; Disposal thereof by Localities, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 949 (06) Old City Hall; Director of DGS to Record Declaration of Historic Preservation Covenants Relating, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 952 (06) Employee Stock Ownership Plan; Authorizes Option Plans, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 955 (06) Eminent Domain; Religious Corporations and Unincorporated Churches, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 957 (06) Retirement System; Clarifies Vesting Requirements of Public Safety Officers, signed 7 March 2006
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        HB 958 (06) Retirement System; Specifies December 31 as Date to Submit Annual Reports, signed 7 March 2006
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        HB 963 (06) Income Tax, State; Agriculture Best Management Practices Tax Credit, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 967 (06) Motor Vehicle Salesperson; Amends Definition, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 917 (06) T.C. Williams High School; City of Alexandria School Board to Set School Calendar Prior to Labor Day, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 972 (06) Campaign Finance Disclosure Act of 2006; Reorganizes and Clarifies Provisions thereof, signed 6 April 2006
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        HB 975 (06) U.S. Navy Master Jet Base; Land Use Adjacent to Certain, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 976 (06) Motor Vehicle Sales and Use Tax; Exemptions for Military Personnel, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 977 (06) Shortline Railway Preservation and Development Fund; Created, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 980 (06) Master Settlement Agreement; Assignment of Escrow Funds to Nonparticipating Manufacturer, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 981 (06) Wildlife and Fish Restoration; Department of Game and Island Fisheries to Accept Federal Grant Money, signed 23 February 2006
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        HB 982 (06) Avian Influenza; Regulations to Prevent and Control in Commercial and Noncommercial Poultry, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 983 (06) Animal or Animal Products; Compensation for those Destroyed to Control Disease Outbreak, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 984 (06) Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 986 (06) Victim Notification Program; Civil Immunity for Operation thereof, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 994 (06) Public Procurement Act; Purchase of Certain Insurance in Construction Projects, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 996 (06) Dental Hygienists; Can Administer Certain Schedule VI Analgesia and Anesthesia Under Dentist's Dire, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 997 (06) Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Commission; Changes Sunset Date, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 998 (06) Charter; City of Charlottesville, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 999 (06) Grievance Procedure; Albemarle County Utilizing an Administrative Hearing Office Rather than Panel, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1000 (06) Tolls; Failure to Pay, Penalty, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1001 (06) Liability Insurance Policies; Notices, signed 4 April 2006
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        HB 1002 School Board; Salary Procedure for Members of Arlington County, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1004 (06) Office of Commonwealth Preparedness; Provides for Appointment of Director by Governor, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1005 (06) Registration and Certificates of Title; Offenses Relating thereto, Penalty, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1006 (06) Manufactured Homes, etc.; Notice to Counties, Cities and Towns Whenever Title is Surrendered, signed 24 March 2006
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        HB 1007 (06) Child Custody; Reports to be Furnished 15 Days Prior to Hearing, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1009 (06) Check Clearing for 21st Century Evidence Act; Created, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1010 (06) Clifton Forge and South Boston, Former Cites of; Updates Code References, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1011 (06) Brook Trout; Redesignating as Official Fish of State, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1013 (06) False Identification Cards; Used for Establishing Residency, Penalty, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1014 (06) Internet; Payment for Access to Sexually Explicit Material thereof, Penalty, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1016 (06)Assault and Battery; Increases Penalty if Committed Against Justice, Judge, etc., signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1017 (06) Juveniles; Clarifies the Process where it is Unnecessary to File Petition for Certain Offenses, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1021 (06) Zoning Ordinances; Findings of Board of Appeals on Questions of Fact are Presumptively Correct, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1022 (06) Pretrial Motions or Objections; When Defense May Raise in Circuit and District Courts, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1023 (06) Health Care Provider; Certain Documents Prepared Considered Privileged, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1025 (06) Personal Property; Sheriff's Duty to Remove Pursuant to an Ejection Proceeding, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1027 (06) Traffic Incidents; Reimbursement of Expenses Incurred in Responding to by Volunteer Fire, etc., signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1028 (06) Criminal Procedure; Determination of Indigency; Appointment of Counsel, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1030 (06) Marijuana; Field Test for Evidence at Trial, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1034 (06) Motor Vehicle Dealers; Warranty Obligations, signed 6 April 2006
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        HB 1036 (06) Campus Safety; DCJS to Develop Training Standards for Officers, Provide Support to their Departments, signed 24 March 2006
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        HB 1037 (06) Sexually Violent Predators Services, Office of; Established, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1038 (06) Sexually Violent Predators; Adds to List of Offenses that Qualify as Sexual Offenses, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1039 (06) Dogs; Penalty when Recklessly Controlling or Handling, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1040 (06) Methamphetamine Precursor Drugs; Sale of Ephedrine and Pseudophedrine with Restricts, Penalty, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1041 (06) Health Maintenance Organizations; Medicaid Coverage, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1042 (06) Involuntary Manslaughter; Causing Death of Another While Engaging in Vehicle Race, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1043 (06) Coal; Tax Credits for Production and Use, signed 6 April 2006
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        HB 1044 (06) Health Maintenance Organizations; Exempts from Filing Statements of Covered and Uncovered Expenses, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1046 (06) Juveniles; Reporting Alleged Illegal Alien Delinquents to Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1047 (06) Traffic Light Signals; Police to use Wireless Telecommunications Devices for Enforcement, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1049 (06) Birth Certificates; Fraudulent Use, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1054 (06) Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc., Board for; Continuing Education, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1054 (06) Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc., Board for; Continuing Education, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1055 (06) Air Emissions Control; Department of Environment Quality Shall Promulgate Regulations, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1057 (06) Teacher Licensure Requirements; Revising Current Statutes and Teacher Education Program Provisions, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1058 (06) Standards of Quality; Biennial Review thereof, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1059 (06) Standards of Learning; Board of Education Shall Make Assessments Publicly Available, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1065 (06) Campaign Finance Disclosure; Revises and Increases Civil Penalties of Filing Incomplete Reports, signed 6 April 2006
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        HB 1066 (06) Sex Offenders; Prohibits those Convicted of Offense Against Minor from Residing with Unless Related, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1068 (06) Contract Passenger Carriers; Operational Requirements, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1073 (06) Conditional Zoning; Localities May Accept Proffered Conditions Once Public Hearing has Begun, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1074 (06) General Assembly; Members Not Entitled to Receive Compensation During Active Session, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1077 (06) Construction Loans by Banks; Removes an Obsolete Reference, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1081 (06) Utility Services; Unlawful to Tamper with Meters to Obtain Use thereof Without Payment, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1093 (06) Prisoners; Medical Records to be Provided thereto Upon Release, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1094 (06) Post-Disaster Anti-Price Gouging Act; Violators to Pay Civil Penalties, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1099 (06) Eminent Domain; Certain Persons Eligible for Relocation Expenses, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1103 (06) Consumer Protection Act; Choice of Remedies, Action for Damages, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1106 (06) Concealed Weapons; Possession on Owner's Property and in Private Vehicles, vetoed 10 April 2006
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        HB 1108 (06) Support Orders; Changes the Effective Date thereof, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1109 (06) Background Checks; School Boards Must Require for Public School Contract Employees, signed 6 April 2006
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        HB 1110 (06) Physicians; Immunity thereof for Failing to Review or Act on Any Laboratory Tests, etc., Exceptions, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1115 (06) Persons Presumed Dead; Provides for the Appointment of Curator and Eliminates Surety Bond Requirement, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1118 (06) Contractors, Board of; Educational Requirements as Condition for Licensure, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1119 (06) Private Roads; Designating as Highways for Law-Enforcement Purposes in Warren County, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1121 (06) Charter; Town Purcellville, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1129 (06) Lottery Tickets; Prohibits Sale thereof over Internet, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1133 (06) Aerosol Products; Retailers Allowed to Sell Existing Inventories thereof, signed 1 March 2006
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        HB 1134 (06) Sewage Sludge; Board of Health to Promulgate Regulations Establishing Fee Imposed on Permit Holders, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1141 (06) Identity Theft; Penalty, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1143 (06) Campaign Finance Disclosure; Candidates Statement of Organization shall be Filed within 10 Days, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1144 (06) Conveyance of Property; Additional Method for Subdivision of Lot to Family Member, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1145 (06) Emergency Medical Services Agencies; Surface Transportation and Removal Services Exemption, signed 4 April 2006
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        HB 1146 (06) Social Workers; Must Have Licensed Issued by Board of Social Work, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1147 (06) Prescription Drugs; Training and Regulations for Administering to Child in Child Day Program, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1148 (06) Motor Fuels Tax; Sets Effective Date for Sales Tax in Certain Transportation Districts, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1150 (06) Chesapeake Bay and Waters Clean-Up and Oversight Act; Created, signed 24 March 2006
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        HB 1156 (06) Sexual and Domestic Violence; Confidentiality of Records, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1157 (06) Town of Stuart; Charter, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1161 (06) State Employees; Telecommuting Connectivity Adds Budget Items Heads of State Agencies must include, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1163 (06) International Driver's License; Unlawful Sale thereof, Penalty, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1170 (06) Emergency Management, Local; Appointment of Emergency Coordinators, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1171 (06) Board and Commission, Local; Removal of Certain Members, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1172 (06) Qualifications to Vote; Person Must be 18 Years of Age on or Before Election Day, signed 24 March 2006
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        HB 1173 (06) Affordable Housing; Assessment of Real Property, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1175 (06) Certification of Results; State Board of Elections to Post on Internet Changes Made to Results, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1177 (06) Political Campaign Advertisements; Increases Civil Penalty, signed 6 April 2006
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        HB 1178 (06) General Assembly; Senate and House Committees on Standards of Conduct, vetoed 10 April 2006
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        HB 1179 (06) Speed Limits; Special Limitation on Interstates, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1180 (06) Public Safety Employee Hardship; Powers of Governor During Emergency, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1183 (06) Public Procurement Act; Procurement of Professional Services, signed 24 March 2006
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        HB 1185 (06) Water Protection Permits; Regulation of Agricultural Withdraws, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1186 (06) Legislative Appointees; Designates Authorities to Appoint Legislators who Serve on Certain Boards, signed 4 April 2006
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        HB 1187 (06) Single Member Electric Authorities; Distributing Electric Energy for Retail Sales, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1188 (06) Charter; Town of Elkton, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1192 (06) Cash Proffers; Road Improvements, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1198 (06) Voice-Over-Internet Protocol Services; Eliminates the Jurisdiction of the SCC to Regulate, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1201 (06) Small Claims Court; Increases Ceiling of Jurisdictional Amount, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1208 (06) Alcoholic Beverages; Certain Exemption in Home of Another for Underage, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1210 (06) Alcoholic Beverages; Penalty for Unlawful Purchasing or Possession thereof, signed 24 March 2006
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        HB 1213 (06) Faith-Based Community Services, Office of; created with Department of Social Services, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1214 (06) Grass and Weeds; Allows City of Williamsburg to Require Property Owners to Cut if Excessively High, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1217 (06) Recordation Receipt; Electronic Transfer of Certain Transactions, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1218 (06) Traffic Misdemeanor; Procedure for Arrest, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1219 (06) James B. Tabb Sr. Memorial Highway; Designating as Portion of Route 615, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1220 (06) Electric Utility Restructuring Act; Excludes Municipal Utilities, signed 6 April 2006
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        HB 1222 (06) Tuition Liability; Person who Knowingly Make a False Statement Concerning Residency of a Child, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1230 (06) Tattooing or Body Piercing of Minors; Penalty, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1231 (06) Real Estate Taxes; Computation of Deferral, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1233 (06) Manufacturing Development Commission; Created, Report, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1235 (06) Retail Sales and Use Tax; Revenue from Certain Public Facilities in City of Norfolk, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1236 (06) Fair Housing Law; Removes Exemption of Single-Family House from Certain Section, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1237 (06) District and Circuit Courts; Chief Justice to Designate Active or Retired Judge to Provide Assist, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1238 (06) Supreme Court of Virginia; Allowed to Convene When State of Emergency, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1242 (06) Surveys and Questionnaires; Certain Requirements for Public School Students, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1244 (06) Mathematics, Science and Technology Education Grant Program Fund; Created, signed 4 April 2006
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        HB 1248 (06) HOV Lanes; Eliminates Sunset Provision for Vehicles Bearing Clean Special Fuel License Plates, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1249 (06) Household Goods Carriers; Allowed to Offer Binding Estimates, etc., signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1258 (06) Towing and Recovery Operators; Regulation by Board for Towing and Recovery Operators, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1259 (06) Public Procurement Act; Contractors Responsibility for Performance and Payment Bonds, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1261 (06) Work Release Program; Sheriff may Remove Person for Noncompliance, signed 6 April 2006
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        HB 1263 (06) Telephone or Telegraph Communication; Unlawful to Tamper With When Needed for Emergency, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1265 (06) Emergency Services and Disasters; Constitutional Rights, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1266 (06) Criminal History Background Information; Check of Persons who Enter Homes of Others, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1267 (06) Statute of Limitations; Effect of Written Promise, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1272 (06) War Orphan Education Program; Definition of Disability, signed 6 April 2006
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        HB 1275 (06) Insurance Coverage; Recovery of Attorney's Fees in Action on Bond, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1276 (06) Tobacco Laws; Special Agents with Office of Attorney General Authorized to Enforce, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1277 (06) Tobacco Products Manufacturers; Requires Certain Sales Reports to be Filed Directly with Attorney General, signed 1 March 2006
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        HB 1279 (06) Notification to School Principals; Required by Local Law Enforcement when Students Charged, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1282 (06) Industrial Access Roads; Allocation of Funds for those Leading to Economic Development Sites, etc., signed 23 March 2006
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        1283 (06) Taxes, Local; Cap on Penalty for Failing to Pay, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1284 (06) Decal, Local; Locality May Eliminate Display on Vehicle, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1290 (06) Machinery and Tools Tax; Method of Valuation thereof for Income Tax Purposes, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1291 (06) Landmarks, Historic; Term Includes Wide Range of Resources Such as Buildings, Structures, etc., signed 1 March 2006
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        HB 1303 (06) Small Estate Act; Modifies Collection of Personal Property by Affidavit Provisions, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1304 (06) Federal Unified Carrier Registration Act of 2005; Technical Changes, signed 24 March 2006
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        HB 1307 (06) Chief Workforce Development Officer; Governor to Serve as or Designate Senior Staff Member, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1312 (06) Laser Speed Determination Devices; Law-Enforcement Officer not Required to Show Motorists Reading, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1313 (06) Virginia Retirement System; Certain Fairfax County Employees, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1317 (06) Foster Care; Requires a Nationwide Criminal Background Check Before Placement of Child, signed 4 April 2006
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        HB 1319 (06) Tenants by Entireties; Allows Transfer of Real and Personal Property into Trusts, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1322 (06) Mental Illness; Notice of Release of Acquittee, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1323 (06) Transient Occupancy Tax; Authorizes Montgomery County to Impose, signed 7 March 2006
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        HB 1325 (06) Juveniles; Dept. of Social Services to Establish Amount of Support, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1326 (06) Abandoned Buildings; Localities May Take Action to Secure those that Threaten Public Safety, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1327 (06) Absentee Voting; Voter who did not Receive Ballot May Vote Provisional Ballot at Polling Place, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1333 (06) Sex Offender Registry; Modifies Registration of a Person Convicted of Murdering a Child, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1338 (06) Sexual Offenses; Additions and Deletions of Certain Terms from Definition of Sexual Battery, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1339 (06) Peeping or Spying; Conviction of Third Offense, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1340 (06) Home Instruction; Requires Persons Providing Home Instruction to Hold a High School Diploma, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1345 (06) Search Warrants; Process for Issuance, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1347 (06) Drugs; Punishment for Distributing, Manufacturing, etc., signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1350 (06) District Court; Remove Case to Circuit Court if Dismissal on Basis that Statute is Unconstitutional, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1351 (06) Adult Abuse; Requires Mandated Reporters to Notify Law-Enforcement Directly in Cases thereof, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1352 (06) Physician; Adds Podiatry to Definition thereof, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1356 (06) Mutual Aid Agreements; All Sheriffs have Authority to Enter into, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1359 (06) Sexually Violent Predators; Electronic Monitoring and Supervision of those on Conditional Release, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1366 (06) Jeopardized by Delay; Technical Change to Definition, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1370 (06) Retail Sales and Use Tax; Tax Commissioner's Exemption Reports, signed 4 April 2006
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        HB 1372 (06) Land Use; Disclosure Requirements in Proceedings, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1375 (06) Plats; Certain Preliminary to be Forwarded to State Agency for Review, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1379 (06) Claims; Willie Neville Davidson, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1380 (06) Claims; Phillip Thurman, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1382 (06) Constitutional Amendment; Prohibits General Assembly from Incorporating Churches, signed 7 March 2006
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        HB 1383 (06) Veterans Care Center; Governor to Request Federal Funds to Construct in Hampton Roads Area, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1390 (06) Firefighters; Shall Not Require Minor Who Achieved Certification to Repeat Certification, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1391 (06) Congenital Anomalies Reporting and Education System; Secure System to be Provided, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1396 (06) Grass; Adds Hanover to Counties Authorized to Require Property Owners to Cut, if Exceeds Height, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1398 (06) Nursing Homes, etc.; Authorized to Hire Certain Persons Convicted of Misdemeanors, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1403 (06) Sale of Violent or Sexually Explicit Video Games; Penalty, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1404 (06) Cable Television Systems; Licensing and Regulation thereof, signed 10 March 2006
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        HB 1407 (06) Fees; Certain Charged by Commissioner, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1409 (06) Domestic Violence Victim Fund; Changing Name to Sexual and Domestic Violence Victim Fund, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1413 (06) Veterans Services, Department of and the Veterans Services Foundation; Transfers Oversight thereof, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1416 (06) Procurement Act, Public; Design-Build by Certain Local Public Bodies, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1417 (06) Presentencing Investigation Reports; Confidentiality, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1418 (06) Line of Duty Act; Payment of Benefits, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1421 (06) Real Estate Tax; Sale of Tax Delinquent Properties, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1424 (06) Service of Process; Failure to Serve Defendant, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1425 (06) Treasurers, Local; Collection of Unpaid Fines and Costs, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1427 (06) No Child Left Behind; Board of Education to Develop Plan to Eliminate Initiatives Funded thereby, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1428 (06) No Child Left Behind Act; State to Request Waivers and Exemptions, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1429 (06) Credit Life Insurance; Interest on Proceeds, signed 24 March 2006
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        HB 1430 (06) Tractor-Semitrailer Combinations; Exemption for Certain from Length Limit, signed 24 March 2006
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        HB 1431 (06) Arrest Without Warrant; Procedure by Officer, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1435 (06) Farm Wineries; Local Regulation thereof, Report, signed 6 April 2006
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        HB 1439 (06) Charter; City of Norfolk, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1440 (06) Sesquicentennial American Civil War Commission and Fund; Created, Report, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1443 (06) Emergency Response Plans; Operators Shall Develop Plan for Underground Coal Mines, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1448 (06) Alcoholic Beverage; Wine and Beer Licenses and Certain Restaurant Licenses, signed 23 March 2006
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        HB 1454 (06) Wetlands and Stream Restoration; Companies to File Erosion and Sediment Control Specifications, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1457 (06) Impaired Waters; Water Control Board to Evaluate Attainability of Meeting Water Quality Standards, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 61 Folder 28
        HB 1458 (06) FOIA; Record Exemption for Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 61 Folder 29
        HB 1463 (06) Contested Election; Surety Bond to be Posted with Clerk of House of Delegates or Senate, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1465 (06) Department of Veterans Services, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 61 Folder 31
        HB 1467 (06) Freedom of Information Act; Open Meeting Exemption, Information Gathered by or for Port Authority, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 61 Folder 32
        HB 1469 (06) Defendant; Availability of Certificate of Analysis when Entered into Evidence, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 61 Folder 33
        HB 1478 (06) Textbook Sales at Public Institutions of Higher Education, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 61 Folder 34
        HB 1482 (06) Missing Children; School Board to Receive Report from Local Law-enforcement, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1483 (06) Home Instruction; Requirements, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 61 Folder 36
        HB 1486 (06) Administrative Process Act; Summary Case Decisions, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 61 Folder 37
        HB 1487 (06) Healing Arts, Practitioners; Board of Medicine Authority to Issue Restricted Volunteer Licenses, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 61 Folder 38
        HB 1488 (06) Disposition of Surplus Materials; Adds Online Public Auction as Means for State to Dispose thereby, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 61 Folder 39
        HB 1490 (06) Deed of Trust; Required by Non-Licensed Bail Bondsman Posting Real Estate Bonds, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 61 Folder 40
        HB 1491 (06) Absentee Voting and Ballots; Procedures for Returning to Electoral Board, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 61 Folder 41
        HB 1499 (06) Economic Crisis Strike Force; Created, Report, signed 21 March 2006
      • Box 61 Folder 42
        HB 1501 (06) Health Regulatory Board; Investigations of Licensees, Certificate Holders or Registrants thereby, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 61 Folder 43
        HB 1502 (06) Higher Educational Institutions; Management Agreements, Report, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 1
        HB 1505 (06) Coalfield Economic Development Authority Tax; to include Improvement of Water and Sewer Systems, signed 11 March 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 2
        HB 1506 (06) Proffered Cash Payments; Locality May Accept Conditions if has had Population Growth of 5% or More, amended 10 April 2006
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        HB 1507 (06) Charitable Gaming, Department of; Renewal of Permits, signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 4
        HB 1509 (06) Identity Theft; Reporting to Law-enforcement Agencies, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1513 (06) Transportation Planning; Coordination of State and Local, signed 4 April 2006
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        HB 1516 (06) Possession of Certain Weapons; Expulsion for Possession thereof on School Property, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 7
        HB 1518 (06) Telephone Records; Fraudulent Procurement, Penalty, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 8
        HB 1521 (06) Comprehensive Plans; Road Improvements, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 9
        HB 1525 (06) Vacant Buildings; Registration thereof in Town of Pulaski, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 10
        HB 1526 (06) Probation; Placement of Certain Offenders within Community-based Agency, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 11
        HB 1528 (06) Capital Improvement Programs; Includes Estimates of Cost of Road Transportation Improvement, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 12
        HB 1533 (06) Elizabeth River; Governor to Convey Subaqueous Lands in City of Norfolk, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 13
        HB 1534 (06) Adoption; One Convicted of Felony Drug Possession may Adopt/Foster Provided 10 Years have Elapsed, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 14
        HB 1535 (06) Income Tax, State; Subtraction for Certain Death Benefit Payments, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 15
        HB 1536 (06) Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; Property of Deceased Tenants, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 16
        HB 1537 (06) Condemnation; Allowing Owners to Relocate Sport Shooting Ranges, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1539 (06) Retail Sales and Use Tax; Exemption for Gas and Oil, Extends Sunset Provision, signed 5 April 2006
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        HB 1540 (06) Waterworks; Tampering with Considered Crime, signed 30 March 2006
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        HB 1541 (06) Electric Utility Restructuring; Net Energy Metering, signed 31 March 2006
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        HB 1543 (06) Rural Addition Program; Funds Allocated to Any County, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 21
        HB 1545 (06) Tobacco Settlement Foundation; Appointment of Director, vetoed 10 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 22
        HB 1546 (06) Reckless Driving; Change Definition thereof, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 23
        HB 1547 (06) Alma C. White Memorial Bridge, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 24
        HB 1554 (06) Residential Property Disclosure Act; Seller of Historic Property to Provide Notice to Purchaser, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 25
        HB 1562 (06) Residential Property Disclosure Act; Disclosure of Previous Mining and Presence of Abandoned Mines, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 26
        HB 1571 (06) Referendum Elections; Provide for Preparation and Printing of Explanation for Each Question thereof, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 27
        HB 1575 (06) Utility Easements; Considered to Touch and Concern Servient Estate, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 28
        HB 1577 (06) Concealed Handgun Permits; Renewal thereof, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 29
        HB 1579 (06) Volunteer Firefighters' and Rescue Squad Workers' Service Award Fund Board; Membership Changes, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 30
        HB 1581 (06) Interstate Route 81 Corridor; Diversion of Truck Traffic, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 31
        HB 1582 (06) Local Government and School Divisions; Cooperative Transportation Agreements Between, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 32
        HB 1583 (06) Identity Theft; Protection of Incapacitated People thereof, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 33
        HB 1584 (06) Manufactured Housing Lot Rental Act; Owners to Charge Residents for Actual Utility Costs and Services, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 34
        HB 1588 (06) Declaration of Policy; Requirement for Home Instruction of Children, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 35
        HB 1589 (06) Family Day Homes; Unlawful to Operate Family Day Home if Any Employee is Convicted Sex Offender, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 36
        HB 1597 (06) Blue Star Memorial Highway, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 37
        HB 1602 (06) Day of Recognition for Early Childhood and Day-care Providers, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 62 Folder 38
        HB 5002 (Budget Bill), signed 30 June 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 1
        HB 5012 (06) Budget Bill; Additional Appropriations for 2004-2006 Biennium, signed 9 June 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 2
        HB 5019 Estate Tax and Land Preservation Tax Credit; Changes in Provisions therefor, Report, amended 26 August 2006
  • 2006 Special Session
    • House of Delegates
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        HB 5032 (06) Budget Bill; Additional Appropriations for 2007-2008 Biennium, signed 25 October 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 4
        HB 5061 (06) Height of Vehicles; Increases Penalties, signed 10 October 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 5
        HB 5063 (06) VDOT; Commissioner to Annually Report on Actions and Initiatives that Involve Outsourcing, etc., signed 10 October 2006
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        HB 5064 (06) Transportation Board; Responsible for Promoting Private Investment in Transportation Infrastructure, signed 10 October 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 7
        HB 5071 (06) Maintenance and Asset Management; Clarifies Definition thereof, signed 10 October 2006
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        Legislative Action Summaries
  • 2006 Regular Session
    • Senate
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        SB 6 (06) Court-appointed Counsel; Court May Appoint Those Not on Indigent Defense Commission List, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 10
        SB 8 (06) Motor Vehicle Registration, Licensing and Certificates of Title; Offenses Relating thereto, Penalty, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 11
        SB 12 (06) Trout Fishing; Department of Game and Inland Fisheries to Issue Special Permits for Handicapped, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 12
        SB 13 (06) Access Road; Allocation of Funds for those Leading to Industrial Sites, etc., signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 13
        SB 19 (06) Administrative Law Advisory Committee; Technical Amendments to Appointment Provisions, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 14
        SB 21 (06) Internet; Simplifies and Updates References thereto in Code, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 15
        SB 22 (06) Child Abuse or Neglect; Change in Requirement for 'Safe Haven' Law Pertaining to Infants, amended 18 April 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 16
        SB 23 (06) Charter; City of Emporia, signed 13 February 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 17
        SB 25 (06) Social Services; City Council Member Appointed to Local Board, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 18
        SB 26 (06) Assault and Battery; Limited Exception to Charges for Certain School Personnel, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 19
        SB 28 (06) Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2006; Created, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 20
        SB 34 (06) Standards of Learning Assessments; Release thereof, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 21
        SB 38 (06) Agritourism Activity Liability; Created, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 22
        SB 39 (06) Test Security Procedures; Board of Education to Review Violations of Regulations by Local School Board, signed 1 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 23
        SB 40 (06) Higher Education; New College Institute Created, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 24
        SB 42 (06) Income Tax, State; Dept. of Taxation to Obtain Information on Taxpayers Claiming Earned Income Tax Credit, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 25
        SB 46 (06) Local Housing Rehabilitation Zones; Created, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 26
        SB 48 (06) Kinship Foster Care; Social Services to Seek thereof, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 27
        SB 51 (06) Local Government; Voluntary Settlements that Provide for Annexation Take Effect by Certain Date, signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 28
        SB 52 (06) Occoneechee State Park; Lease Extended, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 29
        SB 53 (06) Speed Limits; Increases Maximum Speed on Interstate Route 85, signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 30
        SB 54 (06) Southern Virginia Higher Education Center; Modifies Membership of Board of Trustees, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 31
        SB 57 (06) Solid Waste Management Plans; Units to Maintain Recycling and Target Rates, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 32
        SB 62 (06) Comparative Religion; Board of Education to Authorize Elective Course in Grades 9 through 12, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 33
        SB 66 (06) School Calendars; Reduction of State Aid When Length of School Term Below What is Required, signed 1 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 34
        SB 67 (06) Standards of Learning Assessments; Testing Annually in Grades Three through Eight, Report, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 35
        SB 69 (06) Taxation; Conformity thereof with Internal Revenue Code, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 36
        SB 70 (06) Income Taxes, State; Payments to Producers of Quota Tobacco and Tobacco Quota Holders, signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 37
        SB 71 (06) Standards of Quality; Biennial Review; Change to Even-numbered Years and Technical Amendment, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 38
        SB 72 (06) Contractors, Board of; Educational Requirements as Condition for Licensure, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 39
        SB 73 (06) Retail Sales and Use Tax; Exemption Includes Certain Medicines and Drugs, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 63 Folder 40
        SB 74 (06) Teacher Licensure Requirements; Revising Current Statutes and Teacher Education Program Provisions, signed 1 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 1
        SB 75 (06) School Crisis, Emergency Management and Medical Emergency Response Plan; Required, signed 7 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 2
        SB 76 (06) Freedom of Information Act; Disclosure of Procurement Records Under PPTA and PPEA, amended 10 April 2006
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        SB 77 (06) Post-Disaster Anti-Price Gouging Act; Time of Disaster, Declared State of Emergency, signed 30 March 2006
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        SB 78 (06) Stock Corporation Act; Mergers to Form Holding Companies, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 5
        SB 79 (06) Unemployment Compensation, Commission on; Repeals Sunset Provision, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 6
        SB 81 (06) Charter; City of Richmond, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 7
        SB 82 (06) Solid Waste Containers; Requirements for Containers Carrying Nonhazardous Waste on State Waters, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 8
        SB 83 (06) Trapping; Exempts Trappers Using Body Grip Traps that are Completely Submerged, signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 9
        SB 85 (06) Retail Sales and Use Tax; Gratuities or Service Charges on Meals Excluded when Calculating, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 10
        SB 86 (06) Transient Occupancy Tax; Imposition for Occupancy of any Room or Space, etc., signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 11
        SB 87 (06) Outdoor Advertising; Vegetation Control, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 12
        SB 88 (06) Mercury Switches in Motor Vehicles; Requires Removal Prior to their Demolition, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 13
        SB 89 (06) Recording Devices in Motor Vehicles; Notification Required by Manufacturer, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 14
        SB 90 (06) Electronic Recording Devices in Motor Vehicles; Ownership of Recorded Data, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 15
        SB 95 (06) Cluster Development; Exempts Property Located in an Air Installation Compatible Use Zone, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 16
        SB 97 (06) SOL Assessments; Fire Drills, etc., Prohibited in Schools During Periods of Mandatory Testing, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 17
        SB 98 (06) Risk Management Plan; to include Meals on Wheels Association, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 18
        SB 99 (06) Retirement System; Qualifications of Retired Persons Teaching in Critical Shortage Positions, signed 4 April 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 19
        SB 100 (06) Alcoholic Beverage Control; Alcohol Vaporizing Devices Prohibited, Penalty, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 20
        SB 106 (06) Waste Discharge Permits; Consent of Local Governing Body Required Before Water Control Board Issues, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 21
        SB 107 (06) Martin Luther King, Jr. Living History and Public Policy Center; Amending Governing Structure thereof, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 22
        SB 108 (06) Employee Stock Ownership Plan; Authorizes Option Plans, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 23
        SB 109 (06) Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; Changes thereto, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 24
        SB 110 (06) Retail Sales Tax and Use Tax; Exemptions Include Medicines and Drugs Purchased by Nursing Homes, etc., signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 25
        SB 112 (06) Tuberculosis; Establishing Library of Isolates for Purpose of Disease Strain Analysis, signed 7 April 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 26
        SB 113 (06) Banks; Allows for Deduction of Customary Fees Without First Having to Submit an Invoice, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 27
        SB 114 (06) Courts; Certain Matters to be Entered on Civil Order Book, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 28
        SB 115 (06) Retirement System; Benefit Restoration Plans, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 29
        SB 116 (06) Immunizations; Minimum Requirements for Children Entering Public or Private Schools or Centers, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 30
        SB 117 (06) Immunizations; Adds Booster Does of Tdap in Accordance with Board's Regulation for Certain Children, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 31
        SB 118 (06) Landlord and Tenant; Not to be Evicted for Certain Disturbances that Occur on Leased Premises, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 32
        SB 119 (06) Donor Registry; Created, signed 23 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 33
        SB 120 (06) Protective Orders; Respondent to Pay Deposits to Connect or Restore Utility Services, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 34
        SB 121 (06) Tuition, In-State; Eligibility for Certain Military Personnel and Dependents, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 35
        SB 129 (06) Juveniles; If Gang Affiliated Certain Information to be Released by an Law-Enforcement Officer, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 36
        SB 134 (06) Towing and Recovery Operators; Regulation by Board for Towing and Recovery Operators, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 64 Folder 37
        SB 139 (06) Military Family Relief Fund; Created, Report, signed 31 March 2006
      • Box 65 Folder 1
        SB 141 (06) Campaign Finance Disclosure Act of 2006; Reorganizes and Clarifies Provisions in the Act, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 65 Folder 2
        SB 146 (06) Methamphetamine Precursor Drugs; Sale of Ephedrine and Pseudoephedrine with Restrictions, Penalty, amended 10 April 2006
      • Box 65 Folder 3
        SB 147 (06) Charter; Clifton Forge, signed 14 February 2006
      • Box 65 Folder 4
        SB 152 (06) Motor Vehicle Dealers; Warranty Obligations, signed 6 April 2006
      • Box 65 Folder 5
        SB 156 (06) Appeals, Court of; Additional Compensation for Chief Judge, signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 65 Folder 6
        SB 157 (06) Courts Technology Fund; Created, Increase in Certain Fees, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 65 Folder 7
        SB 162 (06) Administrative Process Act; Exempts Regulations Adopted by Board for Housing and Community Development, signed 5 April 2006
      • Box 65 Folder 8
        SB 164 (06) Waste and Water Authorities; Powers Regarding Cost Reserves and Expenditures for Operating Capital, signed 24 March 2006
      • Box 65 Folder 9
        SB 165 (06) Judiciary Members; Not Required to Disclose Personal Information on Statement of Economic Interests, signed 30 March 2006
      • Box 65 Folder 10
        SB 167 (06) Child Support; Clarifies Factors that Court May Consider in Deviating from Guideline Amount, signed 6 April 2006
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