HB 1218: Codifies the Governor’s Executive order and requires School Districts to notify parents of opioid overdoses or other dangerous activities within 24 hours.
HB 1219: Requires school boards to accept school resource officers if they are made available by law enforcement as well as incorporate them into their annual school safety audit.
HB 1260: Establishes a parents’ bill of rights to ensure parental involvement in their children’s education.
HB 1229: Protects women’s sports, bathrooms, and locker rooms.
HB 1231: Allows for homeschooled and private school students to be eligible for JROTC in any public school in their local school division.
HB 1275: Creates a homeschool and private school tax credit of $2,500.
HB 1223: Increases the amount of Land preservation tax credits available from $75 million to $100 million.
HB 1523: Exempt State Parks from the procurement process for retail sales so that they can sell their own merchandise to raise their own funds.
HB 1233: Clarifies existing code that improvements to gravel roads can include changes other than paving and directs the Department of Transportation to review and consider other methods of improving gravel roads.
HB 1232: Directs the Virginia Department of Health to seek all available federal funding for services for expecting mothers and fathers.
HB 1222: Adds developmental disabilities to the list of reasons for curbside voting.
HB 1522: Further prevents the establishment of large group homes (halfway house, rehabilitation facility, etc.) in residential neighborhoods by closing a loophole where they could purchase multiple adjacent properties.
HB 1521: Jurors in all civil cases shall be paid by one or both of the parties at the discretion of the presiding judge.
HB 1215: Fixes a code section regarding the use of licensing fees for asbestos and lead project permits within the Department of Labor and Industry.