House Bill 4135 passed today which would make the first Thursday of May “West Virginia Day of Prayer,” passed unanimously and will be sent to the Senate for consideration.
One of the bills introduced, House Bill 4240, which would regulate synthetic drugs as Schedule I drugs. House Bill 4243 was also introduced, which relates to including grandchildren of resident landowners as persons not required to have licenses or permits to hunt, trap or fish.
House Bills 4073 and 4189 were passed by House Health and Human Resources and have been referred to House Judiciary. House Health and Human Resources also passedHouse Bill 4188 and has suggested it to House Education.
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