Bills Pending West Virginia House Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services Committee

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WVHB2687IntroThe purpose of this bill is to exempt law enforcement and emergency vehicles from paying turnpike tolls.
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2019-01-28
To House Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services Committee
WVHB2636IntroThe purpose of this bill is to waive the fees for hunting, fishing and trapping licenses or permits for individuals who are currently serving as volunteer firefighters.
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2019-01-24
To House Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services Committee
WVHB2585IntroThe purpose of this bill is to require the State Fire Commission to propose rule for the state building code to require large venues to have and use portable exit barriers for safer exiting.
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2019-01-22
To House Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services Committee
WVHB2403IntroThe purpose of this bill is to exempt firefighters, who are full-time employees of a local fire department, and volunteer firefighters who have successfully completed training requirements under §29-3-6 of this code and who are employed by a volunte...
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2019-01-14
To House Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services Committee
WVHB2348IntroThe purpose of this bill is to provide for magistrates to have the ability to remove a child from a home in which a parent’s use of drugs is causing an unsafe environment for the child.
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2019-01-11
To House Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services Committee
WVHB2312IntroThe purpose of this bill is to allow county commissions to initiate collections for emergency ambulance services and to set a fee for those who refuse transport.
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2019-01-11
To House Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services Committee
WVHB2208IntroThe purpose of this bill is to allow members of volunteer fire departments and rescue squads who have successfully completed required training and are covered by workers' compensation, a $5,000 modification reducing federal adjusted gross income for ...
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2019-01-10
To House Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services Committee
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