2018 Crossover Accomplishments
Streamlining Government Regulations
Regulations hinder the entrepreneurial spirit of Virginians and can create burdensome hurdles for business to operate. When implemented effectively, occupational licenses and regulations can help protect consumers and businesses. However, the weight of these requirements has grown untenable. House Republicans are committed to eliminating onerous regulations and creating a pro-growth environment.
HB 883 Webert | Regulatory budget program; established, administered by Department of Planning and Budget, report.
Establishes a regulatory reform pilot program with the goal of reducing or streamlining regulatory requirements by 25% over the next three years.
HB 810 O’Quinn | School bus operators; decreases number of hours currently required for classroom training.
Eliminates onerous continuing education classroom training requirements for employees who are seeking recertification as a school bus operator.
HB 581 Bloxom | Inspection stations; appointments.
Allows more auto body shops to take appointments for state inspection appointments.
HB 237 Kilgore | One–stop small business permitting program; extends sunset date.
Extends the date by which the State Corporation Commission and the Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity are required to complete aspects of the one-stop small business permitting program from June 30, 2018, to January 1, 2020.