House of Delegates for Wednesday 2-2-22

The Legislative Information team has the day recapped for you at the blog:

Photos from today’s floor session can be downloaded here:

Photos from Agriculture Day today can be accessed here:

And photos from this afternoon’s Health Committee meeting are available here:

Tomorrow, the Fair Shake Network will be in the Upper House and Senate Rotundas as well as the Lower Rotunda. You can check the Activity Calendar for future planned events:

Another full Wednesday of Committee meetings is on deck:

9 a.m. – Banking and Insurance, Room 460M (Finance)


9:30 a.m. – Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse, Room 434M (Education)


9:30 a.m. – Political Subdivisions, Room 410M (Judiciary)


11 a.m. – full House of Delegates in the Chamber

Special Calendar:

1 p.m. – Workforce Development, Room 215E (Government Organization)


1 p.m. – Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services, Room 434M (Education)


3 p.m. – Judiciary, Room 410M


3 p.m. – Education, Room 434M


3 p.m. Government Organization, Room 215E

As a reminder, the Bill Status page has so much information for you –

If you click the gold word “Subject” on the far-left column under the header “Search Bills by:” you can see all the bills introduced so far at the request of the Executive, as well as all bills (House and Senate) introduced by broad topics, such as “Agriculture,” “Motor Vehicles” and “Utilities.”

When you click on the bill number, you can see its sponsors, read all versions of bill text, and check its progress on the journey to become law. When there is a vote in either Chamber, it will show up under the “ACTIONS” list, for example “Passed House (Roll No. 55)” When those are listed, you can click those hyperlinks and go to a PDF that shows you exactly how each person voted.


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