Governor Announces Action Taken on 2012 Legislation
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin announces the following pieces of legislation from the 2012 Legislative Session have completed the Legislative process.
Bills signed by Gov. Tomblin:
- SB 100: Relating to fees collected by circuit court clerks.
- SB 205: Relating to construction zone signage.
- SB 214: Clarifying sunrise review requirement for establishment, revision or expansion of professional scope of practice.
- SB 382: Relating to sex offender registration.
- SB 385: Expanding definition of "computer" in commission of certain crimes.
- SB 429: Relating to motor vehicle classifications.
- SB 434: Providing suggestion and suggestee execution contain certain information.
- SB 536: Authorizing Auditor's land department to accept credit, debit or charge card payments.
- HB 2521: Eliminating the requirement of serving domestic violence orders by certified mail.
- HB 3128: Relating to filing a civil petition for expungement of records relating to an arrest.
- HB 4001: Authorizing boards to establish fees by legislative rule.
- HB 4002: Relating to annual seminar requirements for professional licensing boards.
- HB 4097: Creating a license to practice hair styling.
- HB 4126: Authorizing legislative rules for the Higher Education Policy Commission and Council for Community and Technical College Education.
- HB 4220: Authorizing the department of commerce to promulgate legislative rules.
- HB 4320: Relating to the settlement of violations of the Hazardous Waste Management Act by consent agreements.
- HB 4338: Raising the maximum value amount of an abandoned motor vehicle.
- HB 4345: Prohibiting the unauthorized sale of railroad scrap metal.
- HB 4398: Declaring certain claims against the state and its agencies to be moral obligations of the state.
- HB 4481: Relating to the Comprehensive Behavioral Health Commission.
- HB 4654: Relating to the provision of mailing services by the CPRB to certain retiree organizations.
For more information on the legislation, visit the West Virginia Legislature's website: www.legis.state.wv.us.
Amy Shuler Goodwin