Senate Bill 42 (Permitting faith-based electives in classroom drug prevention programs) is a two sentence change to the existing code. The first sentence allows faith-based electives in drug prevention programs from kindergarten through 12th grade. The second sentence requires the State Board to
House Bill 2383 (Creating a pilot program for expansion of school-based mental health and school-based diversion) is a bill aimed at reducing the flow of youth from our schools into our juvenile justice system.
This bill would have prevented the West Virginia National Guard from being deployed in any foreign conflict without a Congressional declaration of war.
The bill allows the State Treasurer to name select financial institutions to hold and disperse funds for the Medical Cannabis Act. The bill sets basic banking parameters for the funds.
The bill would have removed the limits on the number of growers, producers, and distributers, and allowed a single entity to serve in more than one of those roles.
This bill would have required local law enforcement to enforce immigration law. It would have prohibited localities from enacting laws, ordinances or policies that prevented enforcement of federal immigration law.