VA HB 2134
Prohibits consideration of provision during health emergency of PPE by hiring party in determination of employee classsification.
Prohibits the consideration, in any determination regarding whether an individual is an employee or independent contractor, for the purposes of a civil action for employment misclassification, unemployment compensation, and workers' compensation, of the provision of personal protective equipment by a hiring party to the individual in response to a disaster caused by a communicable disease of public health threat for which a state of emergency has been declared.
01/29/2021 Read first time in House.
02/01/2021 Read second time in House and engrossed.
02/02/2021 Read third time. Passed House.
02/03/2021 Constitutional reading in Senate dispensed.
02/03/2021 Referred to Senate Committee on Commerce and Labor.
02/05/2021 Continued to 2021 Special Session in Senate Committee on Commerce and Labor.
02/22/2021 Reported from Senate Committee on Commerce and Labor.
02/23/2021 Constitutional reading in Senate dispensed.
02/24/2021 Read third time. Passed Senate.
02/24/2021 Passed Senate.
02/26/2021 Enrolled in House.
02/26/2021 Signed by Speaker of the House.
02/27/2021 Signed by President of the Senate.
03/01/2021 Enrolled Bill communicated to Governor.
03/01/2021 Governor's Action Deadline 11:59 p.m., March 31, 2021.
03/30/2021 Approved by Governor.