Bill stalled in House last year.
Members learned a drafting error led to a substantial underestimation of how much money the bill would draw from the General Fund.
House holds final floor session of the week.
Much of the discussion on the emergency response bill focused on a small provision which sets up a means for the Adjutant General’s Department to oversee demolition of abandoned buildings across the state.
Details of the bill were discussed and passed on Wednesday.
The Senate only saw one blimp in the radar on Wednesday.
Senate also approves SNAP bill.
Bill has already passed the House.
The bill would allow, with specified exceptions, people with concealed carry permits to carry weapons on college campuses.
One of the changes made by the Senate Finance Committee pleased the gas industry, but earned the ire of royalty owners.
Senator Craig Blair suggests another committee of the whole, this one on the road issue.
Evan Hansen says the goal of the bill is to serve big power users.
Legislation deals with participation lawsuits.
Senate Judiciary Committee approved the bill Friday.
A recap of Friday's action in the West Virginia Senate.
The House Judiciary Committee's substitute for the introduced bill wraps in the changes approved by the Banking and Insurance Committee.
House Finance Committee makes quick work of measure Friday.
Judiciary committee chair says no one is happy with the legislation.
HB 2779 provides a means for royalties due to unknown or unlocatable mineral owners to be transferred to the Oil and Gas Reclamation Fund after seven years.
Crowd had gathered to speak against the bill.