The House measure, which was assigned to the Commerce and Labor Committee on Jan. 18, has not yet been placed on the agenda. Del. Jackson H. Miller (R-Manassas) said Monday there is still time, but acknowledged lawmakers are focused on other priorities this year, including transportation, education and, unexpectedly, redistricting.
“This may be one of those things that may take many years to get passed,” Miller said. “We’ll see what happens in the Senate.”
In the Senate, the bill was assigned to the Committee on Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources. Sen John C. Watkins (R-Powhatan), the bill’s sponsor, said he was “confused” by the assignment.
When asked about the legislation’s chances for survival in the remainder of the 45-day session, Watkins responded, “I’m not sure.” The bill could be on the agenda Thursday — giving lawmakers less than a week to take a vote in their respective chambers.
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