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Sen. Bill Stanley

Feb 15, 2021

Habitual offender repeal crosses over to House

A bill that reinstates the driving privileges of thousands of Virginians labeled as “habitual offenders” has been taken up by the House of Delegates. Senate Bill 1122, sponsored by Sen. Bill Stanley, R-Moneta, would repeal the remaining provisions of the Habitual Offenders Act and reinstate the driving privileges to those who lost their drivers licenses […]

Feb 8, 2021

Med-mal ‘relief’ bill defeated

A bill that would have provided a “relief valve” for Virginia’s medical malpractice cap has died in a General Assembly subcommittee. Under Senate Bill 1107, proposed by Sen. Bill Stanley, R-Moneta, the medical malpractice cap would be lifted in cases of “substantial or permanent loss or impairment” of a bodily function, brain injury, substantial disfigurement […]

Jan 25, 2021

Limit hike for GDC would ease backlogs

The jurisdictional limit of Virginia’s general district courts would go from $25,000 to $50,000 under a bill moving through the General Assembly. Senate Bill 1108 would double the maximum civil jurisdictional limit of general district courts. The present concurrent limit of $25,000 has been in place since 2011. Sen. Bill Stanley, R-Moneta, the chief patron […]

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