2018 Crossover Accomplishments

Fighting for Conservative Issues

House Republicans take seriously their charge to defend our conservative principles and stand against big-government and nanny-state policies. This means fighting for dignity in work, stopping federal overreach, and protecting individual privacy and liberty.

HB 665 Kilgore | Coal tax credits; reinstates Virginia coal employment and production incentive tax credit. Reinstates the Virginia coal employment and production incentive tax credit.

HB 338 Miyares | Medicaid; work requirement.

Directs the Secretary of Health and Human Resources to apply for a waiver to implement a work requirement for able-bodied adult recipients of medical assistance services.

HB 1 Wilt | FOIA; release of scholastic records, definition of records includes directory information. Clarifies private student information cannot be given to third parties without consent of the student.

HB 1257 Cline | Sanctuary policies; enforcement of federal immigration laws.

Provides that no locality shall adopt any ordinance, procedure, or policy that restricts the enforcement of federal immigration laws to less than the full extent permitted by federal law.

HB 1270 Poindexter | Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative; prohibition on participation by Commonwealth. Prohibits the Governor or any state agency from adopting any regulation establishing a carbon dioxide capand-trade program without General Assembly approval.