2006 Uncodified Acts

2006 Virginia Uncodified Acts
4/25/2018
Chapter 2 (HB 5012)
Budget Bill. Additional appropriations for 2004-2006 biennium. 
Chapter 3 (HB 47)
Douthat State Park; pilot program repealed. 
Chapter 3 (HB 5002)
Budget Bill. Appropriations for 2006-2008 biennium. 
Chapter 4 (HB 5019)
Estate tax, and land preservation tax credit; changes in provisions therefor, report. 
Chapter 5 (SB 5019)
Estate tax, and land preservation tax credit; changes in provisions therefor, report. 
Chapter 10 (HB 5032)
Budget Bill; additional appropriations for 2007-2008 biennium. 
Chapter 28 (SB 342)
School board; referendum in Page County on question of whether should be elected biennially. 
Chapter 39 (SB 52)
Occoneechee State Park; lease extended. 
Chapter 49 (HB 48)
CHAMPS program; coordinated medical care in City of Chesapeake. 
Chapter 68 (HB 1382)
Constitutional amendment; prohibits General Assembly from incorporating churches. 
Chapter 72 (HB 101)
Constitutional amendment; marriage may exist only between a man and woman. 
Chapter 105 (HB 643)
Private roads; Counties of Dickenson & Tazewell added to provision allowing maintenance thereof. 
Chapter 111 (HB 779)
Transient occupancy tax; maximum amount Nelson County may charge. 
Chapter 112 (HB 783)
School board; referendum in Page County on question of whether should be elected biennially. 
Chapter 124 (HB 930)
Vendor's manual; DGS, et al to establish procedure for refunding relevant eVa transaction fees. 
Chapter 125 (HB 971)
T.C. Williams High School; City of Alexandria School Bd. to set school calendar prior to Labor Day. 
Chapter 164 (SB 97)
SOL assessments; fire drills, etc. prohibited in schools during periods of mandatory testing. 
Chapter 173 (SB 357)
Constitutional amendment; exempts certain property from taxation (first reference). 
Chapter 174 (SB 366)
T.C. Williams High School; opening 2006 school year. 
Chapter 180 (SB 514)
Private roads; Counties of Dickenson & Tazewell added to provision allowing maintenance thereof. 
Chapter 201 (HB 940)
Rappahannock River; Marine Resources Commission to convey certain lands pertaining thereto. 
Chapter 224 (SB 213)
O. Winston Link Trail; established to highlight and celebrate railroad heritage. 
Chapter 245 (HB 83)
Public Building Authority; issuance of bonds for State Agency Radio System for State Police. 
Chapter 266 (HB 975)
U.S. Navy Master Jet Base; land use adjacent to certain. 
Chapter 269 (HB 999)
Grievance procedure; Albemarle County utilizing an administrative hearing officer rather than panel. 
Chapter 293 (HB 1465)
Southwest Va. Veterans Cemetery; Dept. of Veterans Services authorized to accept donated property. 
Chapter 315 (SB 359)
Southwest Va. Veterans Cemetery; Dept. of Veterans Services authorized to accept donated property. 
Chapter 328 (SB 565)
Master Jet Base; use of land adjacent to thereto. 
Chapter 339 (HB 714)
Health partnership authorities, local; repeals sunset provision. 
Chapter 368 (SB 252)
Health partnership authorities, local; repeals sunset provision. 
Chapter 382 (SB 687)
Teacher education programs; Board of Education shall not condition full approval. 
Chapter 420 (HB 676)
VDOT; Commissioner to report on actions & initiatives that involve outsourcing & privatization. 
Chapter 439 (HB 949)
Old City Hall; Director of DGS to record declaration of historic preservation covenants relating. 
Chapter 478 (SB 106)
Waste discharge permits; consent of local governing body required before Water Control Board issues. 
Chapter 506 (SB 609)
Claims; Troy D. Hopkins. 
Chapter 511 (SB 28)
Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2006; created. 
Chapter 518 (SB 443)
Brown v. Board of Education Scholarship Program and Fund; increases educational oppotunity. 
Chapter 520 (SB 484)
Jimmy Maloney Memorial Highway; designating as portion of Route 60W. 
Chapter 521 (SB 485)
Jack L. Massie Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 199 twin bridges over College Creek. 
Chapter 522 (SB 518)
License plates, special; issuance to members of State Defense Force. 
Chapter 523 (SB 532)
Blue Star Memorial Highway; designating as portion of Old Keene Mill Road in Fairfax County. 
Chapter 525 (SB 650)
Nicely Memorial Bridge; designating as I-64 bridge over Cowpasture River in Alleghany County. 
Chapter 526 (SB 683)
High school diploma; Board of Education to establish requirements thereof for students with LEP. 
Chapter 532 (HB 77)
Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2006; created. 
Chapter 542 (HB 589)
Blue Star Memorial Highway; designating as portion of Old Keene Mill Road in Fairfax County. 
Chapter 544 (HB 677)
VDOT; Transportation Commissioner to report on certain accomplishments, actions, and initiatives. 
Chapter 566 (HB 1543)
Rural Addition Program; funds allocated to any county. 
Chapter 580 (SB 610)
Physicians; extends sunset provision to purchase medical malpractice insurance. 
Chapter 588 (HB 214)
Treasurers' sales; relief for certain purchasers of property sold prior to designated date. 
Chapter 592 (HB 511)
Worrell Family Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 662 bridge over Burks Fork Creek. 
Chapter 606 (HB 994)
Public Procurement Act; purchase of certain insurance in construction projects. 
Chapter 610 (HB 1313)
Virginia Retirement System; certain Fairfax County employees. 
Chapter 612 (HB 1379)
Claims; Willie Neville Davidson. 
Chapter 613 (HB 1380)
Claims; Phillip Thurman. 
Chapter 614 (HB 1383)
Veterans care center; Governor to request federal funds to construct in Hampton Roads area. 
Chapter 619 (HB 1547)
Alma C. White Memorial Bridge; designating at Route 631 bridge at Little Creek Dam Road. 
Chapter 655 (HB 758)
Medical assistance services; State Plan amendment or application for certain waiver. 
Chapter 664 (HB 898)
Sam's Restaurant; Governor to convey to Ocean Properties, LLC in downtown section of Hampton. 
Chapter 776 (HB 381)
Certificate of public need; authorization of certain amendment. 
Chapter 780 (HB 568)
Communications tax reform; revises services, report. 
Chapter 816 (HB 267)
Nursing home bed projects; conditions for issuance of certificate of public need. 
Chapter 821 (HB 1582)
Local government & school divisions; cooperative transportation agreements between. 
Chapter 828 (SB 526)
Constitutional amendment; marriage may exist only between a man and woman. 
Chapter 852 (HB 833)
License plates, special; eliminates fee for those bearing legend: United We Stand. 
Chapter 879 (HB 1427)
No Child Left Behind; Bd. of Education to develop plan to identify initiatives funded thereby. 
Chapter 880 (HB 1428)
No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education encouraged to request waivers and exemptions. 
Chapter 884 (HB 1533)
Elizabeth River; Governor to sell and convey subaqueous lands in City of Norfolk. 
Chapter 887 (HB 1597)
Blue Star Memorial Highway.   
Chapter 904 (SB 410)
No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education develop plan to identify initiatives funded thereby. 
Chapter 918 (SB 617)
License plates, special; issuance to supporters of childhood cancer awareness, youth soccer, etc. 
Chapter 919 (SB 632)
Neurological birth-related injury cases; review of certain cases. 
Chapter 933 (HB 1502)
Higher educational institutions; management agreements, report. 
Chapter 934 (HB 1581)
Interstate Route 81 Corridor; diversion of truck traffic. 
Chapter 943 (SB 675)
Higher educational institutions; management agreements, report. 
Chapter 944 (HJ 41)
Constitutional amendment (second resolution); marriage. 
Chapter 945 (HJ 159)
Constitutional amendment; prohibits General Assembly from incorporating churches. 
Chapter 946 (SJ 87)
Constitutional amendment; localities to be partially exempt from real property tax. 
Chapter 947 (SJ 92)
Constitutional amendment (second resolution); marriage. 

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