A sampling of bills introduced Friday, March 5

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David Beard, The Dominion Post, Morgantown, W.Va.
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Mar. 6—MORGANTOWN — Here is a sampling of bills and resolutions introduced Friday, March 5. Local lead sponsors and co-sponsors, if any, are noted.

SB 570, the Campus Self Defense Act, a new try at campus carry, to allow a person who holds a current and valid license to carry a concealed deadly weapon to carry such a weapon on the campus and in the buildings of a state institution of higher education. Sen. Randy Smith, R-Tucker, co-sponsor.

SB 582, to lower the legal age of someone employed by a licensee to sell or deliver wine from 18 to 16. Sen. Mike Caputo, D-Marion, lead sponsor.

SB 583, to increase the required medical coverage relating to autism spectrum disorders. Caputo, lead sponsor ; Sen. Bob Beach, D-Monongalia, co-sponsor.

Hb 2933, s to create the Anti-Discrimination Against Israel Act. Delegate Amy Summers, R-Taylor, co-sponsor.

SB 565, 40 pages of election measures including require a runoff election concurrently with the general election for nonpartisan judicial races when no candidate received at least 50 % of votes cast in the primary ; and permit eligible citizens the affirmative option to choose whether to register to vote while at any Department of Motor Vehicles office.

HB 2951, to repeal the business and occupation or privilege tax.

HB 2956, to allow for licensed food trucks to be able to sell food and drinks on the Capitol Complex on days that the Capitol Complex Cafeteria is closed.

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