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Mental Health America of Virginia
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2021 Virginia General Assembly Session: Legislative Bill Tracker Last updated 2.27.21; BILLS in Green passed both chambers
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Bill Number Bill Name Sponsor Assigned CommitteeStatus MHAV Position Actions taken by MHAV
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HB1808 & SB1154DBHDS Commissioner shall report all facts of alleged abuse at DBHDS facilities to designated advocacy system Del. Orrock & Sen. FavolaHWI & Senate Ed & Health HB1808-1.14:Reported with substitute (22-Y 0-N);1.19: Block vote Passage of bill (98-Y 0-N); 2.11: Reported from Senate Ed & Health (14-Y -N); 2.15: Senate passe substitute (39-Y 0-N); 2.17: Adoption of the bill SB1154-1.21: Reported from Senate Ed & Health (14-Y 0-N); 1.26: Passage of Bill ( (29-Y 0-N); 2.11: Reported from HWI ( 22-Y 0-N) 2.16: Block Vote House Passage (99-0)Support
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HB1848Discrimination on the basis of disability. Adds discrimination on the basis of disability as an unlawful employment practice under the Virginia Human Rights Act.Del. Sickles House General Laws; GL Sub 1.14: Reported from Subcommittee with Subsitute (8-0); 1.19: Reported from General Laws with substitute (22-Y 0-N); 1.22: Passage of bill (99-Y 0-N) ; 1.25 Senate referred to Committee on General Laws and Tech.; 2.10: Reported from General Laws and TEchnology (13-Y 0-N); 2.15: Senate Passed Bill (39-0); 2.17: Passage of the bill; 2.27: Bill Signed by Governor Support
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HB1987Telemedicine coverage by insurer Del. Dawn Adams. HWI; sub health 1.19: Sub reports with substitute ( 7-Y 1-N); 1.26: Reported from HWI with substitute (22-Y 0-N); 1.29: Reported from Appropriations with amendments (22-Y 0-N); 2.01: House read first time; 2.3: Passage of bill (99-Y 0-N); 2.18: Reported from Senate Ed & Health with substitute (15-Y 0-N); 2.22.21: Passed Senate with Substitute (39-0); 2.23/24: House rejected substitute & Senate insisted on substitute; 2.27: Conference report ageed to by Senate )38-0); 2.27: Passage of Bill in both chambers Support
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HB2007Prescription drug price transparency.Requires every health carrier, pharmacy benefits manager, wholesale drug distributer, and drug manufacturer to report information about prescription drug prices to VDH and requires the Dept. to make such information available on its website.Del. Sickles HWI ; sub Health 1.26: Sub recommends reporitng with substitute( 7-y 1-N); 1.28: Reported from HWI with substitute (21-Y 1-N); 1.29: Reported from House Appropriations sub with amendments (8-Y 0-N); 1.29: Reported from Appropriations with amendemnts (22-Y 0-N); 2.01: House read first time; 2.3: Passage of bill (97-Y 1-N); 2.18: Reported from Senate Ed & Health with amendment (15-Y 0-N); 2.18: Rereferred to Finance; 2.22: Reported from Senate Appropriations (15-0); 2.25: Passed Senate with amendments (39-0); 2.25: Senate amendment agreed to by House (96-1); 2.25: Passage of bill in both chambers Support
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HB2008 Authorization of drug prescribed for the treatment of a mental disorder: Requires that any provider contract between a carrier and a participating health care provider with prescriptive authority provide that no prior authorization is required for any drug prescribed for the treatment of a mental disorderDel. Heretick House Labor & Commerce; sub #2 1.21: Subcommittee recommends reporting with substitute (8-Y 0-N); 1.26 Labor and Commerce with substitute 22-y 0-n; Passage of Bill (99-Y 0-N) ; 2.01 Ref. Com. on Commerce and Labor; 2.15: Reported from Senate Commerce and labor with substitute (15-Y 0-N); 2.18: Passed Senate with substitute (39-Y0-N) ; 2.22: Senate substititue agreed to by House; 2.25:Passage of Bill in both chambers Support
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HB2092 Background checks for contract workers providing DBHDS services Del. Willett HWI1.21: Reported (21-Y 0-N); 1.25: Subcommittee reports with substitute (8-Y 0-N); 1.25: Reported from Approproations with substitute (21-0); 1.28: PASSAGE of the BILL (100-Y 0-N); 1.29: Ref. Comm. on Rehab. and Social Services; Reported from Senate Rehab (14-Y 0-N); 2.16: Passage of the Bill (39-Y 0-N) ; 2.19: BILL passed both chambers Monitor
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HB2166Mandatory outpatient treatment Del. Patrick HopeHWI; sub Behavioral Health 1.26: Reporting from Subcommmittee with Amendments (3-Y 2-N); 1.28: Reported from HWI with amendments (26-Y 0-N); 1.29: House Appropriations sub reported (8-Y 0-N); 2.01: House reported from Aprops (21-Y 1-N); 2.4: Passage of Bill in House; 2.11: Reported from Senate Ed & Health 1(3-Y 0-N); 2.17: Reported from Finace with amendments (16-Y 0-N); 2.18: Passed Senate with amendments (39-Y 0-N) ; 2.22: Senate amendments agreed to by House (55-Y 42-N); 2.25: Bill passed both chambers Monitor closely
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HB2329Involuntary commitments; release of person before expiration of order (96 hours). Director of state hospital or licensed hospital shall not release a person who has been involuntarily admitted (TDO) to hosptial before 96-hour period of the involuntary commitment order, unless the individual is evaluated by two psychiatrists who deems person clinically ready for discharge.Del. Cox HWI1.28: Tabled with letter for study to Deeds Commission (21-Y 0-N)Oppose
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HJ577Establishes a subcommittee to oversee Medicaid-managed organizationsDel. Price Committee on Rules; sub: Studies 1.22: Subcommittee recommends laying on the table (5-Y 0-N)Monitor
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SB1176Barrier Crimes & DBHDS. Amends current barrier crimes requirements for DBHDS to provide that the Dept., CSB's, and licensed providers shall not hire for employment at a state facility, permit to be hired as a private provider, approve as a sponsored residential provider, or permit to enter into a shared living arrangement with a person receiving medical assistance services any person who has been convicted of any offense set forth in clause (i), (ii), or (iii) of the definition of barrier crime.Sen. RuffEd & Health; subb Health 1.28: Reported from Education and Health with Substitute (14-Y 0-N); 2.01: Passage of bill inSenate (39-Y 0-N); 2.16: Subcommitte recommended layigng on table (6-Y 0-N); 2.16: Tabled in House HWI ( 21-Y 0-N) Support
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SB1220Immigration status and mental health facilities. Repeals requirements that mental health facilities screen patients immigration status and report to ICE. Sen. FavolaCommittee on Education and Health1.21: Reported from Ed & Health (10-Y 3-N); 1.22: Constitutional reading disensed (37-Y 0-N); 1.26: Passage of the Bill: ( 25-Y 14-N); 2.02: Ref. Comm. on Health, Welfare and Inst.; 2.16: Sub recommending reporting (4-Y 2-N); 2.16: House Reported from HWI (13-Y 8-N) ; 2.19: Passed House 55-Y 45-N; 2.24: Bill Passed BOTH Chambers Support
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SB1273Create the Behavioral Health Commission: incorporate Deeds Commission Sen. DeedsSenate Rules1.29: Reported from Rules with amendments (14-Y 0-N) ; 2.01: Const. Reading Dispensed 37-Y 0-N; 2.2: Passage of the Bil in Senate (39-Y 0-N) ; 2.5: Referred to Senate Rules; 2.19: Reported from Senate Rules Committee ( 17-Y 0-N); 2.24: Passed House (97-Y 0-N) 2.26: Bill passed BOTH Chambers Support
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SB1302Crisis Call Center fund and regulations established. Crisis call center shall be designated as the 9-8-8 Crisis Hotline Center Sen. McPikeSen Ed & Health 1.21: Reported from Ed & Health with substitute (14-Y 0-N); 1.26: Reported from Finance (14-Y 2-N); 1.28: Bill passed (30-Y 7-N); 2.02: Ref. Comm. on Health, Welfare and Inst.; 2.11: Reported frm HWI with substitute (21-Y 0-N); 2.17: Reported fromHouse appros w/ substitute (20-Y 0-N); 2.19: Passed House with substitute (100-Y 0-N); 2.24: Bill passed BOTH chambers Support
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SB1304Discharge Planning from State Hosptial. Provides that a discharge plan shall be completed within 30 days of the individual's date of discharge from a state hospital or training center. Current law requires a discharge plan be completed prior to the individual's discharge. Sen. McPike Sen Ed & Health1.28: Reported from Ed & Health with Amendments (14-Y 0-N); 2.01: Senate printed as engrossed; 2.2: Passage of the bill (39-Y 0-N); 2.16: Reported from House HWI (22-Y 0-N); 2.19: Bill passed House; 2.24: Bill passed BOTH chambers Oppose in original form
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SB1338 Telemedicine Services. Defines "Medical Necessity" and and the bill directs the Board to provide payment for remote patient monitoring services provided through telemedicine services based on an annual publication by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.Sen. Barker Sen Ed & Health; sub: Health1.21: Reported from Ed & Health with substitute (14-Y 0-N); 1.22: Constitutional reading dispensed (37 Y 0-N); 2.3: Reported from Senate Finance with amendments (15-Y 0-N); Senate Passed Bill (39-Y 0-N); 2.11: Reported from HWI with substitute (22-0) 2.15: House reported from Appropriations (22-Y 0-N); 2.18 Passed House with Substitute (98-Y 8-N) ; 2.22: House substitute rejected by senate; 2.27: Conference report agreed to by Senate (39-Y 0-N); 2.27:Conference report agreed to by House (96-Y 0-N) 2.27: Bill passed by BOTH Chambers Support
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SB1416Remote patient monitoring in rural and underserved areasSen. StanleySen Ed & Health; sub: Health1.21: Incorporated by Ed & Health (Barker SB1338) (14-Y 0-N)
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SB1427Coordinated Specialty Care Program Advisory Board. Establishes such bd. to help DBHDS expand the provision of such services.Sen. Morrissey Senate Ed & Health 1.21: Reported from Ed & Health with Substitute (14-Y 0-N); 1.26: Passed Senate (39-Y 0-N); 2.16: House reported from HWI with substitute (22-Y 0-N); 2.16: Referred to House Approps; 3.1: Bill left in Appropriations Support
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Mental Health & Criminal Justice
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HB1821Arrest and prosecution when reporting overdoses. Prohibits arrest of an individual for the unlawful purchase, possession, or consumption of controlled substance, if emergency assistance is sought; individual remains at the scene of the overdose and identifies himself to law-enforcement who responds

Del. Bulova House Courts; Senate Judiciary1.15: Sub reports with amendments (7-Y 1-N); 1.20: Reported from Courts w/amendments (19-Y 3-N); 1.25: House passage of bill (87-Y 13-N); 1.26: Referred to Sen. Judiciary; 2.10: Senate reported from Judiciary (11-Y 3-N); 2.15: Senate Passed Bill (31-Y 8-N) ; 2.17: Bill passed BOTH Chambers; 2.25: Bill signed by Governor Northam Support
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HB1874Behavioral health assessments at local correctional facilities. Provided 72 hours after a screening Del . Coyner HWI sub: Behavioral Health 1.19: Reported subC with a sub (7-Y 0-N); 1.21: Reported from HWI with substitute (20-Y 0-N); 1.26: Passage of Bill (100-Y 0-N); 1.27: Senate Ref. to Comm. on Rehab. and Social Serv.; 2.23: Passed Senate 39-Y 0-N);1.15: Sub reports with amendments (7-Y 1-N); 1.20: Reported from Courts w/amendments (19-Y 3-N); 1.25: House passage of bill (87-Y 13-N); 1.26: Referred to Sen. Judiciary; 2.10: Senate reported from Judiciary (11-Y 3-N); 2.15: Senate Passed Bill (31-Y 8-N) ; 2.17: Bill passed BOTH Chambers; 2.25: Bill signed by Governor Northam Support
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HB1951 Abolishes common-law crime of suicide. Suicide is currently a common-law crime in VA, although no statutorily perscribed punishmentDel. Simon House Courts; sub: Criminal 1.15: Criminal sub rec reporting (6-Y 1-N); 1.20: Reported from Courts (17-Y 5-N); 1.25: Passage of Bill (66-Y 34-N) ; 1.26: Senate Ref. to Comm. on the Judiciary; 2.17: Senate failed to report (defeated) in Judiciary (5-Y 10-N) Support
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Hb2047 SB1315 Criminal proceedings. Permits consideration of mental condition and intellectual and developmental disabilities Del Bourne & Sen. McClellanHouse Courts; Sub: Criminal ; Senate JudiciaryHB2047- 1.27:Subcommittee recommends reporting with substitute (8-Y 0-N); Reported from Courts with Substitute (22-Y 0-N); 2.3: House passage of the bill (99-Y 0-N); 2.10: Reported from Judiciary with substitute (9-Y 6-N); 2.17: Reported from Senate Finance (11-Y 4-N);2.18: Passed Senate with Substitute (25-Y 14-N); 2.27: Bill amended by conference committee; 2.27: House agreed to conference report (65-Y 33-N); 2.27: Conference report agreed to by Senate (26-Y 13-N) SB1315- Reported from Judiciary with substitute; 1.27: Rereferred to Finance; 2.01: House read first time; 2.5: Passage of the Bill (25-Y 13-N); 2.18: House Assigned to Courts Criminal sub; 2.19: Hous Crim Sub reported (4-Y 4-N); 2.20: Reported from House Courts with substitute (22-Y 0-N); 2.24: Bill Passed House with Substitute (95-Y 3-N); 2.25: Senate rejected House Substitute; 2.27: Conference report agreed to by House (64-Y 35-N); 2.27: COnference report agreed to by Senate (27-Y 12-N) Support
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HB2236Behavioral Heath docket; transfer of supervision Del. Rob Bell House Courts; Sub: Criminal 1.22: Subcommitte recommends reporting with substitute (8-Y 0-N); 1.27: Reported from full with substitute (22-Y 0-N); 2.01: House read third time and passed house BLOCK VOTE 100-Y 0-N; 2.15: Reported from the Judiciary ( 15-Y 0-N); 2.17: Bill passed Senate (39-Y 0-N) ; 2.22: Bill passed BOTH Chambers Support
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HJ578Study: DBHDS to establish a work group to study feasibility of developing a database of criminal justice, behavioral health, and other human services records to facilitate development of more effective interventions.Del. PriceCommitte on Rules1.22: Reported from Rules 17-Y 1-N; 1.25: Reported from Appropriations ((22-Y 0-N) ; 1.27: Passage of Bill in House (97-0) ; 2.19: Reported from Rules by Voice Vote; 2.23: Study passed BOTH CHambers Support
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SB1165; HB2263Aboliton of the death penalty. Abolishes the death penalty, including for those persons currently under a death sentence. Sen. Surovell; Del. MullinCommittee on the Judiciary SB 1165: 1.18: Reported from Judiciary with substitute 10-Y 4-N; 1.18: Committee substitute ; 1.26: Reported from Fiance (12-Y 4-N); 1.28:Floor Substitute from Sen. Stanley , floor substitute Sen. Norment ; 1.28: passed by for day; 2.3: Passage of the Bill in Senate (21-Y 17-N); 2.17: Reported from House Courts (15-Y 7-N); House passed bill (57-Y 43-N); 2.24: Bill passed BOTH chambers HB2263: 1.29: Reported from subcommittee with substitute (6-Y 2-N); 2.5 Passage of the bill: (57-Y 41-N); 2.10: Senate reported from Judiciary (9-Y 6-N); 2.16: Senate reported from Finance: (10-Y 3-N); 2.22: Substitute from Senator Stanley rejected (18-Y 21-N); 2.22: Bill passed senate (22-Y 16-N); 2.24: Bill passed BOTH chambers Support
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SB1301Resitrictions and prohibition on isolated confinement. Prohibits the use of isolated confinement in state correctional facilities and juvenile correctional centersSen. MorrisseyRehabilitation and Social Services1.29: Reported with Substitute (8-Y 5-N 1-A) ; 2.3: Senate reported from Finance with amendments (12-Y 4-N); 2.5: Passed Senate (23-Y 16-N); 2.11: House reported from public safety (16-Y 6-N); 3.01: Left in appropriations Support
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SB1344Arrest and prosecution when experiencing or reporting overdoses. Offenders would be immune from arrest and prosecutionSen. VogelSenate Judiciary1.20: Passed by indefinitely 11-Y 4-NSupport
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SB1431Unrestorably incompetent defendant. A recommendation that a defendant is unrestorably incompotent will suffice for a judge to proceed under that dispositionSen. MasonSenate Judiciary1.27: Reported from Judiciary (14-Y 0-N); 2.01: Senate read second time and engrossed; 2.2: Passed Senate (39-Y 0-N); 2.10: House Courts reported (22-Y 0-N); 2.17: House passage of the Bill (99-Y 0-N); 2.19 Bill Passed BOTH Chambers Monitor
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SB1454Evidence of mental competence. Provides that in any proceeding where mental competence or mental impairment is at issue, the court shall accept a properly authenticated CT scan, CAT scan, or MRI scan that demonstrates that the subject of such scan has a normal and uninjured brain as proof of competency and lack of impairmentSen. RuffSenate Judiciary1.25: Passed by indefinitely (15-Y 0-N)Monitor
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HB1998Lock down drills at public schools: Reduces from three to two the minimum number of mandatory annual lock- down drills in each public elementary and secondary school.Del. Murphy House Education; sub Pre-K-121.22: Subcommittee reported 8-Y 0-N; 1.25: Reported from Education (11-Y 0-N); 1.28: Bill Passage (100-Y 0-N)2.01: Senate ref. to Comm. on Education and Health; 2.11: REported from ED & Health (14-Y 0-N); 2.17: Bill passed House and Senate Support
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HB2031Therapeutic day treatment. Directs DMAS to implement a plan that directs and guides Medicaid MCO's decisions regarding authorization of school-based therapeutic day treatment for childrens during the transition to the full implementation of redesigned school-based services to minimize gaps in therapeutic day treatment coverage during the transition period.Del.Rob BellHWI1.28: Tabled in Committee (14-Y 8-N) Support
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HB2211Individualized Education Programs: Requires IEP teams to identify children with disabilities who may need additional services outside of the school setting and refer them to the local FAPT. Del. Plum House Education; sub SOL & SOQ Incorporated into HB2117 Monitor
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HJ549 & SJ308 JLARC Study: Impact of COVID-19 on Virginia's public schools, students and school employees Del. Nancy Bell; Sen. Louise Lucas House Rules & Senate Rules SJ308: 1.22: Reported with a sub (39-Y 0-N); 2.23: Left in Rules HJ549: 1.22:Reported from Rules with amendments (18-Y 0-N); 1.26: Passage of study (98-Y 0-N); 1.27: Ref to Comm. on Rules; 2.22: Reported from House Rules (18-Y 0-N); 2.24: Passed by House; 2.25: Passed by BOTH chambers Monitor
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SB1133CSA; Eligibility for state pool of funds, pilot program Sen. Suetterlein Senate Education & Health; sub: Public Ed.1.21: Reported from sub with sub (8-Y 6-N); 1.21 : Referred to Senate Finance; 2.3: Passed by indefinitely in Senate Finance (14-Y 1-N) Monitor
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SB1307School-based health services: Directs DMAS to amend Medicaid state plan to provide for payment of services provided in any public or private primary or secondary school, regardless of whether student IEP. Bill requires that covered services include applied behavior analysis, preventive health care, behavioral health care, diagnostic care including routine screenings, and acute care services and that services may be provided in person or through telemedicine.Sen. Dunnavant Education & Health; sub Health 1.28: Reported from Ed & Health with Substitute (15-Y 0-N); Rereferred to appropriations; 2.4: Passage the Senate (39-Y 0-N); 2.11: Reprted from HWI (21-Y 0-N); 2.16: House Passage of the bill: (99-Y 0-N); 2.19: Bill passed by BOTH Chambers Support
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Behavioral Health Workforce & Access
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HB1769 Board of Medicine to issue license or certification by endorsement of certain healthcare providers Del. Freitas HWI; Health Professions Sub 1.21: Subcommittee recommends laying on the table (6-Y 0-N) Support
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HB1795Board of counseling and licensing without licensing exam Del. Mark Cole HWI1.28: Tabled in HWI (20-Y 0-N)Oppose
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HB1976 Virginia Health Workforce Development Authority. Expands mission: developing strategies to increase diversity in health workforce by examining demographic data on race and ethnicity in training programs and health professional licensure (ii) identifying ways to leverage technology to increase access to health workforce training and health care delivery. Del. WillettHWI 1.21: Reported from HWI with amendements (21-0); 1.26: Passage of Bill (99-Y 0-N); 2.5: Reported from Senate Ed & Health (15-Y 0-N); 2.18: Reported from Senate Ed & Health (15-0); 2.22: Passed Senate (39-Y 0-N); 2.25: Bill passed BOTH chambers Support
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HB2021 Health insurance and provider contracts Del. Gooditis Labor and Commerce; sub #21.28: Subcommittee recommends laying on table (8-Y 0-N)Monitor
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HB2070 CSB contracts with private providers. Clarifies that CSBs may enter into contracts with private providers for delivery of mental health, developmental, and substance abuse services.Del. Willett HWI1.21: Reported from HWI (21-Y 0-N); 1.26: Bill Passed House (99-0); 2.19: Reported from Senate Rehab (14-Y 0-N);2.23: Passed Senate (39-Y 0-N); 2.26: Bill passed BOTH ChambersMonitor
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HB2259 Del. Scott General Laws 2.2: Layed on theh table (8-Y 0-N)
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HJ531 Interstate Medical Licensure Compact. Directs JCHC to study feasibility of VA joiningDel. Helmer House Rules 1.22: Subcommitee recommends laying on the table (5-Y 0-N)Support
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Paid Leave
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HB2016 & SB1330Paid Family and medical leave program. Requires the Virginia Employment Commission to establish and administer a paid family and medical leave program with benefits beginning January 1, 2024Del. Hala Ayala & Sen. Boysko House Labor and Commerce; sub #1 ; Sen Commerce & Labor HB2016: 1.28: Reported from Labor and Commerce (13-Y 9-N): 1.29: Referred to Appropriations; SB1330: 1.18 Passed by indefinitely (12-Y 3-N)Support
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HB2103 Paid sick time.Requires public and private employers with 35 or more full-time equivalent employees to provide eligible employees with earned paid sick time and paid sick time. Del. David ReidHouse Labor and Commerce; sub #1 1.26: Sub recommends reporting (4-Y 2-N); 1.28: Reported from Full Committee with Substitute (11-Y 10-N); 1.29: Referred to Appropriations-sub compensation; 2.1: Subcommitte laid bill on table (8-Y 0-N)Support
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SB1159Sick Leave. Use sick leave for the care of immediate family members.Sen. Favola Commerce & Labor 1.25: Reported from Commerce and Labor w/substitute (8-Y 7-N); 2.2: Stricken at request of patron Support
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HJ537Recognizes racism is a public health crisis in Va.Del. AirdHouse Rules; Senate Rules1.22: Reported from Rules (13-Y 5-N) ; 1.26: Passage of the bill (56-Y 34-N 7-not voting); 2.19: Reported from Rules by voice vote; 2.23: Agreed to by Senate by voice vote; 2.23: Passed both chambers Support
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HR227Racism as a Public Health Crisis. Del. J Jones & Hope House Rules2.5: Bill Left in Rules CommitteeSupport
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HB1993 Duties of agencies and their appointing authorities to establish & maintain a comprehensive diversity, equity and inclusion strategic plan Del. Askew General Laws 1.21: Sub recommends reporting (6-Y 2-N); 1.26: Reported from Full (13-Y 9-N); 1.29: Bill Passed ( 55-Y 44-N); 2.10: Reported from Senate General Laws ( 11-Y 2-N 1-A); 2.17: Senate reported from Finance (14-Y 1-N 1-A); 2.18: Passed Senate (26-Y 13-N); 2.22: Bill passed BOTH chambers Monitor
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HB1990Race impact statements for criminal justice legislation. May request JLARC to review and prepare a racial and ethnic impact statement for a proposed criminal justice bill to outline potential impact on racial and ethnic disparities within VA. Del. AirdHouse Rules 1.22: Reported from Rules (14-Y 4-N); 1.26: House Approps; sub Compensation recommends reporting (8-0); 1.27: Reported from Appropriations (16-Y 1-N); 2.1: Passage (69-Y 31-N); 2.19: Reported from Senate Rules with amendment (10-Y 2-N); 2.23: Amendment from Sen. Morrisey rejected (14-Y 24-N); 2.23: Passed Senate with amendments (20-Y 18-N);2.24: House adopted amendment (62-Y 36-N); 2.26: Bill passed both chambers Monitor
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