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HB1121 Signed By Governor

On April 10, Governor McDonnell signed HB1121, Delegate Gilbert’s juvenile information sharing bill.

The new policy will be effective on July 1, 2010.

HB1121 Signed in House and Senate

As of March 25th, both the Speaker of the House and the President of the Senate have signed HB1121, Delegate Gilbert’s juvenile information sharing bill.

HB1121 Adopted by House

As of March 11, the House of Delegates adopted HB1121, Delegate Gilbert’s information sharing bill, by a vote of 98-0.  Delegates Gear and Marshall did not vote.

HB1121 Passes Senate

As of March 10, HB1121, Delegate Gilbert’s juvenile information sharing bill, passed the Senate with substitute.

HB1121 Reported with Substitute

HB1121, Delegate Gilbert’s juvenile information sharing bill, has been reported from the Special Subcommittee of the Courts of Justice with a substitute.

The full text can be found here.

HB 1121: In Special Subcommittee

HB 1121, Gilbert’s juvenile information sharing bill, will be heard on March 4th in the Senate Courts of Justice Special Subcommittee.

HB1121 referred to Criminal Subcommittee

HB 1121, Delegate Gilbert’s information sharing bill, has been referred to the Criminal Subcommittee of the Senate Courts of Justice.

HB1121 crossed over to Senate

HB 1121, Delegate Gilbert’s information sharing bill that passed on February 12, has been referred to the Senate Committee for Courts of Justice.

Defeated Senate Bills: SB70 and SB489

The following bills were defeated during the session:

SB70, Senator McEachin’s bill relating to expungement of juvenile records, was left in the Senate Courts of Justice after being Passed By Indefinitely.

SB489, Senator Hurt’s interlocutory appeals bill, was left in the Senate Courts of Justice after beeing Passed By Indefinitely.

Defeated House Bills: HB1134 and HB72

The following bills were defeated during the session:

HB1134, Delegate Morgan’s bill relating to marijuana possession, was was left in the House Courts of Justice.

HB72, Delegate Carrico’s bill relating to firearms possession, was left in the House Committee on Militia, Police, and Public Safety.