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Virginia Grassroots Coalition
|Cat||House||Senate||GA / Gov||Number||Summary||update|
|animals||Tabled||Passed||SB 1390||Cats; trap, neuter, and return programs, civil penalty.||2/26|
|campaign finance||Passed||Left||HB 1952||Campaign finance; prohibited personal use, child care exception.||2/26|
|guns||Defeated||SB 1382||Firearms; purchase, etc., following conviction for assault and battery of a family member.||2/23|
|elections||Passed||PBI||HB 2082||Transparency in Redistricting Process.||2/23|
|cjr||Incorp||HB 1815||Marijuana; legalization of cultivation, manufacture, sale, possession, and testing, penalties.||2/19|
|environment||Passed||PBI||HB 2200||Electric Utilities; Triennial Review.||2/17|
|campaign finance||Passed||Passed||HJ 526||Comprehensive campaign finance reform; joint subcommittee to study.||2/17|
|environment||Passed||PBI||HB 2048||Electric utility regulation; purchasing from competitive suppliers.||2/16|
|women||Left||HB 1922||Medical assistance; coverage for reproductive health services.||2/10|
|cjr||Tabled||HB 2226||Criminal street gang reporting; notice & process for contesting entry of information into databases.||2/10|
|workers||Left||HB 1755||'Right to work' law; repeals provisions of Code that refers to denial or abridgement.||2/10|
|environment||Left||HB 2292||Fossil fuel projects; establishes a moratorium, effective January 1, 2022, etc.||2/10|
|environment||Incorp||HB 2057||Electric utilities; triennial review.||2/10|
|workers||PBI||SB 1330||Paid family and medical leave program; Virginia Employment Commission to establish.||2/10|
|environment||Left||SB 1224||Uniform Statewide Building Code; amendments, energy efficiency and conservation.||2/10|
|elections||Defeated||SB 1236||Prohibited contributions to candidates.||2/10|
|elections||Stricken||SB 1101||Presidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact.||2/10|
|campaign finance||Left||HB 1906||Prohibits contributions from corporations, civil penalty.||2/10|
|campaign finance||Left||HB 1756||Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates.||2/10|
|elections||Left||HB 1933||Presidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact.||2/10|
|cjr||Passed||Passed||Accepted: Gov Rec||HB 2047||Criminal proceedings; consideration of mental condition and intellectual, etc.||4/9|
|guns||Passed||Passed||Accepted: Gov Rec||SB 1381||Weapons; possessing or transporting within Capitol Square, etc.||4/9|
|guns||Passed||Passed||Failed||HB 2276||Plastic firearms and unfinished frames, etc.; manufacture, import, sale, transfer, etc., penalty.||3/1|
|cjr||Passed||Passed||Failed||SB 1443||Mandatory minimum sentences; elimination, modification of sentence to mandatory minimum term.||3/1|
|guns||Passed||Passed||Rejected: Gov Rec||HB 1992||Firearms possession following domestic abuse conviction.||4/9|
|environment||Passed||Passed||Signed||SB 1311||Water quality standards; modification of permits and certifications.||4/3|
|environment||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 1979||EV Rebate Program.||4/3|
|environment||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 2227||Uniform Statewide Building Code; energy efficiency and conservation.||4/1|
|workers||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 2137||Paid sick leave; employers to provide to certain employees.||3/31|
|guns||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 2081||Polling places; prohibited activities, unlawful possession of a firearm, penalty.||3/31|
|Oppose ➔ environment||Passed||Passed||Signed||SB 1164||Unregulated Plastic Chemical Conversion Plants||3/30|
|environment||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 1965||Low and Zero Emissions Vehicle program.||3/21|
|environment||Passed||Passed||Signed||SB 1265||Natural gas pipelines; stop work orders.||3/21|
|agriculture||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 2068||Local Food and Farming Infrastructure Grant Program; established.||3/21|
|women||Passed||Passed||Signed||HB 1896||Allows plans with abortion coverage to be traded on the state exchange||3/16|
|women||Passed||Passed||Signed||SB 1276||Essential health benefits; abortion coverage.||3/16|
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Sent to the Governor, but not yet signed.
Passed House or Senate.
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Approved by Comm.
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Left in committee.
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