2020 Uncodified Acts

2020 Virginia Uncodified Acts
12/3/2020
Chapter 110 (HB973)
Elementary and secondary schools, etc.; repealing several Acts relating to racial segregation. 
Chapter 116 (HB593)
License plates, special; #TEAMTOMMIE. 
Chapter 119 (HB168)
Brodnax, Town of; amending charter, reduces number of town councilmen.  
Chapter 120 (HB171)
Bluefield, Town of; amending charter, relating to town council, mayor, and town powers.  
Chapter 125 (HB345)
Scottsville, Town of; amending charter, staggered elections for town council and other officers.  
Chapter 126 (HB441)
Middleburg, Town of; amending charter, clarification of powers and duties of mayor, council, etc. 
Chapter 127 (HB464)
Virginia Beach, City of; amending charter, council members. 
Chapter 128 (HB629)
Blacksburg, Town of; amending charter, public hearings.  
Chapter 130 (HB670)
USBC &SFPC; proposal for changes to the Codes to address active shooters or hostile threats.  
Chapter 134 (HB749)
Norfolk, City of; amending charter, employees of officers, vagrants.  
Chapter 135 (HB846)
Elkton, Town of; amending charter, town boundaries, council meetings. 
Chapter 141 (HB1064)
Richmond, City of; amending charter, residency of council members.  
Chapter 146 (HB1233)
Dayton, Town of; amending charter, organizational and technical changes.  
Chapter 151 (HB1565)
Blackstone, Town of; amending charter, advisory referendums.  
Chapter 212 (HB378)
Comprehensive harm reduction programs; public health emergency, repeal sunset provision.  
Chapter 235 (SB739)
Acute psychiatric bed registry; DBHDS shall establish work group to evaluate, etc. 
Chapter 236 (SB757)
Medical Excellence Zone Program; VDH to determine feasibility of establishment. 
Chapter 253 (HB1246)
Commonwealth of Virginia Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2020; created.  
Chapter 261 (HB143)
Unemployment compensation; leaving employment to follow military spouse.  
Chapter 279 (SB542)
Securities Act; equity crowdfunding exemption. 
Chapter 280 (SB580)
Commonwealth of Virginia Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2020; created.  
Chapter 282 (SB995)
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; labor organizations.  
Chapter 303 (SB864)
Comprehensive harm reduction programs; public health emergency, repeal sunset provision. 
Chapter 326 (HB460)
Scott, Winston Lamont; compensation for wrongful incarceration.  
Chapter 331 (HB1339)
Securities Act; equity crowdfunding exemption. 
Chapter 350 (HB1086)
Voting; restrictions on the basis of race. 
Chapter 352 (SB600)
Elementary and secondary schools, etc.; repealing several Acts relating to racial segregation. 
Chapter 362 (HB661)
Exposure-prone incidents; Secretaries of HHR & PSHS to establish a work group. 
Chapter 364 (HB728)
Residential psychiatric placement and services; SOE, et al., to establish work group.  
Chapter 367 (HB1453)
Acute psychiatric bed registry; DBHDS shall establish work group to evaluate, etc.  
Chapter 368 (HB1701)
Medical Excellence Zone Program; VDH to determine feasibility of establishment.  
Chapter 373 (HB1635)
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; labor organizations.  
Chapter 377 (SB555)
Voting; restrictions on the basis of race. 
Chapter 394 (HB564)
Cheriton, Town of; amending charter, town elections.  
Chapter 395 (HB659)
People with developmental disabilities; DOC to create workgoup to review guidelines to assist.  
Chapter 405 (HB520)
Trees; DEQ to convene advisory to study planting or preservation, report.  
Chapter 416 (HB97)
Newborn screening; screening for Krabbe disease. 
Chapter 426 (HB160)
License plates, special; bearing the legend STOP GUN VIOLENCE, revenue-sharing provisions.  
Chapter 432 (SB87)
License plates, special; issuance for supporters of City of Va. Beach bearing the legend VB STRONG.  
Chapter 447 (HB1720)
Abingdon, Town of; amending charter, updates town's boundary descriptions.  
Chapter 448 (SB1084)
Abingdon, Town of; amending charter, updates town's boundary descriptions.  
Chapter 458 (SB1094)
Conservation and Recreation, Department of; authorized to divest itself of certain property.  
Chapter 462 (HB997)
Child care providers; fingerprint-based criminal background checks, repeals sunset.  
Chapter 463 (SB675)
Child care providers; fingerprint-based criminal background checks, repeals sunset.  
Chapter 464 (HB1000)
Prescription drugs; expedited partner therapy, labels.  
Chapter 482 (HB854)
Affordable housing; VHDA, et al., to study ways to develop.  
Chapter 506 (HB775)
Virginia College Savings Plan; analyzing current programs to encourage citizens to save.  
Chapter 510 (HB836)
Microcredentials; DOE to develop a plan to adopt, etc.  
Chapter 517 (HB810)
Virginia housing opportunity tax credit program; VHDA, et al., to develop.  
Chapter 522 (HB1284)
Correctional facilities; use of isolated confinement. 
Chapter 528 (SB96)
Norfolk, City of; amending charter, employees of officers, vagrants.  
Chapter 533 (SB333)
USBC &SFPC; proposal for changes to the Codes to address active shooters or hostile threats. 
Chapter 536 (SB1036)
Blackstone, Town of; amending charter, advisory referendums.  
Chapter 540 (HB1268)
Constitutional amendment; personal property tax exemption for motor vehicle of a disable veteran.  
Chapter 546 (SB290)
Commercial driver's licenses; entry-level driver training.  
Chapter 549 (HB617)
Workers' compensation; repetitive motion injuries.  
Chapter 552 (HB1013)
Prescription requirements; treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, repeals sunset date.  
Chapter 571 (SB1048)
Virginia Horse Center Foundation; DACS to investigate and negotiate public assistance.  
Chapter 584 (SB904)
Higher educational institutions, public; dyslexia and literacy.  
Chapter 590 (HB420)
Emergency services and disaster preparedness plans; DEM to review plans.  
Chapter 594 (HB1492)
Parksley, Town of; amending charter, mayor and six members of council shall be elected in November. 
Chapter 596 (HB1616)
Hopewell, City of; amending charter, issuance of bonds.  
Chapter 598 (HB1734)
Winchester, City of; amending charter, relating to school board.  
Chapter 608 (SB961)
Hopewell, City of; amending charter, issuance of bonds.  
Chapter 611 (HB586)
PFOA, PFOS, and PFAS; substances in public drinking water.  
Chapter 624 (HB1639)
Rural lands; DEQ shall convene work group to discuss issue of disposal of debris on lands.  
Chapter 634 (SB1064)
Combined sewer overflow outfalls; James River watershed. 
Chapter 641 (HB1653)
School counselors; staffing ratios, report.  
Chapter 647 (SB1005)
CPL Ryan C. McGhee Memorial Bridge; bridge over I-95.  
Chapter 652 (SB929)
Augusta County and City of Staunton; temporary location of district courts.  
Chapter 677 (HB817)
Public schools; use of digital devices.  
Chapter 692 (HB1680)
Career and Technical Education Work-Based Learning Guide; Board of Education to review and revise.  
Chapter 711 (HB347)
Commonwealth's medical cannabis program; SHHR to convene work group to review & make recommendation. 
Chapter 737 (SB734)
Residential psychiatric placement and services; SOE, et al., to establish work group.  
Chapter 745 (HB491)
Industrial hemp; VDACS to convene work group to assess opportunities for development of industry.  
Chapter 757 (SB597)
Elkton, Town of; amending charter, town boundaries, council meetings.  
Chapter 762 (SB900)
Virginia Beach, City of; amending charter, council members.  
Chapter 813 (HB1107)
An Act to amend and reenact §§ 1, 5, as amended, 5.1, as amended, 6, as amended, 7, 8, 9, as amended, 12, as amended, 14, as amended, 17, as amended, 19, 20, as amended, 25, 28, 29, as amended, 36 through 40, 42, 43, as amended, 45-a through 48, 50.1, as  
Chapter 814 (SB284)
An Act to amend and reenact §§ 1, 5, as amended, 5.1, as amended, 6, as amended, 7, 8, 9, as amended, 12, as amended, 14, as amended, 17, as amended, 19, 20, as amended, 25, 28, 29, as amended, 36 through 40, 42, 43, as amended, 45-a through 48, 50.1, as  
Chapter 825 (SB454)
Blacksburg, Town of; amending charter, public hearings.  
Chapter 827 (SB528)
Richmond, City of; amending charter, residency of council members. 
Chapter 841 (HB826)
State plan for medical assistance; payment for services provided by certified doulas.  
Chapter 847 (SB280)
Health insurance; mental health parity, required report.  
Chapter 848 (SB355)
Assisted living facilities; audio-visual recording of residents, report. 
Chapter 849 (SB365)
Health care provider; SHHR to convene a work group related to credentialing.  
Chapter 863 (HB1183)
Bulk energy storage resources; State Corporation Commission.  
Chapter 869 (HB308)
Students; DOE to establish guideline for excused absence due to mental and behavioral health.  
Chapter 871 (HB1139)
Students; screening and identifying for eligibility for certain programs.  
Chapter 882 (SB213)
Personal Maintenance Allowance; DMAS to establish work group to evaluate current amount.  
Chapter 889 (SB244)
Bluefield, Town of; amending charter, relating to town council, mayor, and town powers.  
Chapter 890 (SB257)
Brodnax, Town of; amending charter, reduces number of town councilmen. 
Chapter 891 (SB541)
Middleburg, Town of; amending charter, clarification of powers and duties of mayor, council, etc.  
Chapter 895 (SB651)
Fairfax County; policemen's pension and retirement board.  
Chapter 896 (SB652)
Fairfax County; policemen's retirement system.  
Chapter 901 (HB624)
Human Rights, Division of; requirements for equal pay irrespective of sex.  
Chapter 916 (HB1428)
Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; created. 
Chapter 917 (SB732)
Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; created. 
Chapter 918 (HB1699)
Temporary detention; DBHDS shall study who may evaluate.  
Chapter 919 (SB768)
Temporary detention; DBHDS shall study who may evaluate.  
Chapter 929 (HB1719)
Prescribed pediatric extended care centers; plan for licensure.  
Chapter 932 (SB397)
Nursing homes; VDH to convene work group related to increasing availability of clinical workforce.  
Chapter 973 (HB717)
Electric vehicles; DMME to determine feasibility of a rebate program.  
Chapter 976 (HB1032)
Roy P. Byrd, Jr., Memorial Bridge; designating as U.S. Route 29 Business bridge.  
Chapter 978 (HB1217)
Transportation, Department of; at-risk infrastructure, report.  
Chapter 1024 (HB941)
VDOT; electronic speed indicator signs on U.S. Route 17. 
Chapter 1025 (SB557)
VDOT; electronic speed indicator signs on U.S. Route 17. 
Chapter 1042 (HB928)
Chesterfield County School Board; recovery high school to be established.  
Chapter 1050 (HB857)
Segregated accommodations & segregation districts for residences; repeals certain Acts of Assembly. 
Chapter 1051 (SB874)
Segregated accommodations & segregation districts for residences; repeals certain Acts of Assembly. 
Chapter 1052 (HB914)
Segregation in transportation; repeals certain Acts.  
Chapter 1053 (SB896)
Segregation in transportation; repeals certain Acts.  
Chapter 1055 (HB1325)
Racial inequity; repeals numerous obsolete and discriminatory Acts.  
Chapter 1056 (SB636)
Racial inequity; repeals numerous obsolete and discriminatory Acts.  
Chapter 1057 (HB1521)
Central State Colony, etc.; repeals various Chapters relating to establishment.  
Chapter 1058 (SB850)
Central State Colony, etc.; repeals various Chapters relating to establishment.  
Chapter 1059 (HB1638)
Institutional racial segregation and discrimination; repeals several Acts.  
Chapter 1060 (SB722)
Institutional racial segregation and discrimination; repeals several Acts.  
Chapter 1070 (HB784)
Constitutional amendment; apportionment, Virginia Redistricting Commission (voter referendum).  
Chapter 1071 (SB236)
Constitutional amendment; apportionment, Virginia Redistricting Commission (voter referendum).  
Chapter 1098 (SB612)
Historical Statues in the United States Capitol, Commission for; removal of Robert E. Lee statue.  
Chapter 1099 (HB1406)
Historical Statues in the United States Capitol, Commission for; removal of Robert E. Lee statue.  
Chapter 1134 (SB577)
Capital outlay plan; updates six-year plan for projects.  
Chapter 1176 (SB690)
Dayton, Town of; amending charter, organizational and technical changes.  
Chapter 1180 (SB1065)
State-owned structures; DGS to determine which structures are high-risk, report.  
Chapter 1184 (SB773)
Heritage trail; creation for motor racing locations in Virginia.  
Chapter 1190 (SB632)
Public utilities; aggregate energy storage capacity in the Commonwealth. 
Chapter 1193 (HB1526)
Electric utility regulation; environmental goals.  
Chapter 1194 (SB851)
Electric utility regulation; environmental goals.  
Chapter 1195 (HJ103)
Constitutional amendment; personal property tax exemption for motor vehicle of a disabled veteran.  
Chapter 1196 (SJ18)
Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission (second reference). 
Chapter 1201 (HB207)
Absentee voting; no excuse required, permanent absentee voter list.  
Chapter 1226 (HB1149)
Virginia Stock Corporation Act; clarifying and technical changes.  
Chapter 1230 (HB1414)
Transportation; amends numerous laws related to funds, safety programs, revenue sources, etc.  
Chapter 1275 (SB890)
Transportation; amends numerous laws related to funds, safety programs, revenue sources, etc.  
Chapter 1252 (SB281)
Scottsville, Town of; amending charter, staggered elections for town council and other officers.  
Chapter 1283 (HB29)
Budget Bill. 
Chapter 1289 (HB30)
Budget Bill. 
Chapter 1 (HB5120)
Elections, Department of; appropriations to provide prepaid postage for return of absentee ballots.  
Chapter 8 (HB5087)
Unemployment compensation; extends date VEC is required to establish, etc., short-time compensation.  
Chapter 9 (SB5083)
School boards; board required to post on its website the COVID-19 virus mitigation plan. 
Chapter 13 (SB5090)
COVID-19 virus; Commissioner of Health shall make information available to public on a website. 
Chapter 56 (HB5005)
Budget Bill. 

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