Or the “great”, the “good”, the “bad”, and the “what the…” bills that have been prefiled so far for this coming session.
HJ5 (Oder): Creates a transportation lockbox.
SB 4 (Smith): Requires General Assembly members to disclose if them or anyone in their families makes more than $10,000 from any state or local agency or government.
SB 5 (Smith): Requires state budget documents and amendments be posted for 72 hours before they can be voted on.
HB1 (Loupassi): Makes Virginia’s anti-spam statute constitutional by excepting religious and politician spam.
HB18 (Cole): Tells the federal governments that regulation of interstate commerce is exactly that: interstate commerce.
HB2 (Loupassi): I’m sick of tax credits. And people wonder why it’s impossible to understand the tax code without a team of accountants and lawyers.
SB 9 (Blevins): Because the government doesn’t have anything better to do.
SB 10 (Blevins): See above.
HB21 (Kilgore): Seriously, who knew that the state had civil immunity for people doing space flights?