Mamie Locke

The members of the General Assembly have been passionately advocating for the constituents of the Commonwealth. There has been an abundant amount of legislation processed to date in both chambers. As one would expect, much of the legislation has centered around school safety, worker's and voting rights, affordable housing and evictions, gun safety measures and criminal justice reform. On Wednesday, February 14, 2024, the bills that have passed through the senate will begin committee hearings in the house and visa versa. Once this process is complete all legislation that passes both chambers will go to the Governor's office to be signed into law or vetoed.

Below is a list of the legislation that has been presented by Senator Locke in committee meetings and on the session floor:

  • SB 18 Virginia Public Procurement Act; construction management & design-build contracting, applicability.
  • SB 22 Dentist and Dental Hygienist Compact; authorizes VA to become a signatory to the Compact, eff. date.
  • SB 23 Juveniles; adjudication of delinquency.
  • SB 24 Long-term services and supports screening; expedited screening and screening exemption.
  • SB 33 Certified registered nurse anesthetists; supervision during an operation or procedure.
  • SB 34 Temporary detention; certified evaluators, report.
  • SB 35 Renewal of licensure; Boards of Medicine & Nursing to require Bd. of Nursing, etc., cont. ed. reqd.
  • SB 36 Virginia Freedom of Information Act; definitions.
  • SB 48 Vacant buildings; registration.
  • SB 49 Community revitalization fund; expanding use for all localities.
  • SB 50 Eviction Diversion Pilot Program; extends expiration of Program to July 1, 2025.
  • SB 54 Early childhood care and education system; publicly funded providers, funding formula.
  • SB 88 Law-enforcement and jail officers; various changes to provisions related to decertification.
  • SB 89 Fort Monroe Authority; powers and duties.
  • SB 90 Fort Monroe Authority; land and utility ownership.
  • SB 117 American Revolution 250 Commission; amends membership and staffing.
  • SB 118 Health insurance; coverage for doula care services.
  • SB 216 License plates, special; issuance of plates marking 250th anniversary of the American Revolution.
  • SB 217 Virginia Business Ready Expedited Permitting Program; created.
  • SB 218 Retirement system; certain animal control officers to receive benefits.
  • SB 354 Real estate contract disclosures, certain; establishment by localities prohibited.
  • SB 636 Transcranial magnetic stimulation treatment; DVS to establish pilot program, report.
You can view the committee and floor sessions regarding these bills and any other legislation. This link is provided for your convenience: I am honored to serve you and look forward to hearing your concerns. Together we can move Virginia forward and address the challenging problems in our communities. Please be advised that with redistricting that new email addresses have been assigned. In order to keep connected to the 23 District (formally 02), contact us at [email protected] and/or [email protected].

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