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Special Update 2-24-2017


The session is almost over.

Only two of the bills we are following are still being worked on: HB 2024 (“Quick Take” Condemnation Proceedings), and HB 1566 (Supervising Regulatory Boards). Both bills are in conference committee today.

We have been informed that HB 2024 is on the right track to be appropriately strengthened against the misuse of “quick take” proceedings, which was previously strengthened in the Senate from a 15-day to a 30-day notification window. This may be even further strengthened in conference committee. We are keeping an eye out.

HB 1566 is also in committee to discuss amendment #5 which the House rejected and the Senate has insisted upon. The amendment states, “That the provisions of this act shall not become effective unless an appropriation effectuating the purposes of this act is included in a general appropriation act passed in 2017 by the General Assembly that becomes law.” Given that the session ends on Sunday, this amendment will likely kill this bill.


We ask that you contact the committee members listed below NOW, and ask that they REJECT HB 1566 Amendment #5. Please support this important regulatory reform.

HB 1566 Conference Committee:

Del. Richard L. Anderson (R) 804-698-1051 DelRAnderson@house.virginia.gov

Del. Jeffery M. Bourne (D) 804-698-1071 DelJBourne@house.virginia.gov

Sen. Frank M. Ruff, Jr. (R) 804-698-7515 district15@senate.virginia.gov

Sen. Jill Holtzman Vogel (R) 804-698-7527 district27@senate.virginia.gov

Sen. Frank W. Wagner (R) 804-698-7507 district07@senate.virginia.gov

Del. Michael J. Webert (R) 804-698-1018 DelMWebert@house.virginia.gov

Caleb Taylor

Director of Policy and Operations

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