Del. David Englin (D-Alexandria)

Photo of David Englin
45: Counties of Arlington (part) and Fairfax (part); City of Alexandria (part)
Took Office
January 2006
Left Office
August 2013
Copatroning Habits
70% of bills he has copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 88% of them are Democrats. Of all of his fellow copatrons of the bills that he copatroned, 58% of them are Democrats.
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These are all of the video clips of David Englin’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 161 video clips in all.


  • HB69: Renewable energy portfolio standard program; required participation of electric utility.
  • HB70: Energy conservation; establishes statewide goal of reducing consumption of electric energy.
  • HB142: Smoking; allows localities to ban in designated public parks.
  • HB143: Preschool programs; private funding.
  • HB144: Virginia Preschool Initiative Local Grant Program; created.
  • HB145: Retail Sales and Use Tax; removes $2,000 cap on amount of tax imposed on watercraft.
  • HB1021: Constitutional amendment; General Assembly to delay reconvened session (voter referendum).
  • HB1022: Confederate cemeteries and graves; changes organization responsible for Presbyterian Cemetery.
  • HB1023: Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for hiring certain individuals.
  • HB1024: Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; use of Fund.
  • HB1025: Drivers licenses; allows military veterans to have their veteran status indicated.
  • HB1026: Alcoholic beverage control; advertising 'Happy Hour.'
  • HB1027: Motor fuels tax; permits two or more localities to impose.
  • HB1028: Electrical utility facilities; State Corporation Commission to consider public health impacts.
  • HB1029: Real property; removes requirement that certain planning commissioners own.
  • HB1030: Income tax, corporate; corporations not allowed to claim tax credit to reduce tax below $250.
  • HB1031: Advanced placement tests; course credit.
  • HB1032: Tax bills; sunset provisions.
  • HB1115: Solemnization of marriage; eliminating government oversight of religious rites.
  • HB1175: Employment discrimination; prohibited.
  • HB1260: General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; disclosure requirements of gifts of travel.
  • HJ105: Virginia Cider Week; designating full week before Thanksgiving 2012, and each succeeding year.
  • HJ138: Constitutional amendment; General Assembly to delay reconvened session (second reference).
  • HJ139: Marijuana; Governor requested to petition DEA for rescheduling from Schedule I to Schedule II.
  • HJ140: Marijuana; revenue impact to State on legalizing sale and use, selling through ABC stores, report.
  • HJ143: Spay Day; designating February 28, 2012, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ530: Celebrating the life of Lenwood Harold Harris.
  • HR24: Commending Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, Inc.
  • HB661: Line of Duty Death and Health Benefits Trust Fund; established.
  • HB1550: Textbook publishers; Board of Education shall certify publishers.
  • HB1575: Public schools; antibullying measures.
  • HB1676: Sales tax registration; allows dealers to register with local commissioner of revenue.
  • HB1677: Parking in spaces reserved for persons with disabilities; increases maximum fine.
  • HB1678: Correctional officers; overtime compensation.
  • HB2295: Alcoholic beverage control; definition of chaptalization and cider.
  • HB2296: Commonwealth Scholars Program and Investment Fund; established.
  • HB2297: Termination of water services; SCC to establish limitations for those with medical condition.
  • HB2298: Marijuana; reduces penalty for possession by prisoner.
  • HB2299: Income and sales & use taxes; removes remaining portion of tax from food for human consumption, etc.
  • HB2300: Planning and Budget, Department of; budget performance data provided by state agencies.
  • HB2301: Conflict of Interests Acts, State & Local Government & General Assembly; disclosure of income.
  • HB2302: Virginia Early Childhood Investment Fund; established.
  • HB2466: Virginia Biased-Based Profiling & Traffic Statistics Reporting Act; officers to record certain data.
  • HJ638: Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference).
  • HJ639: Community-based services for intellectual & developmental disabilities; JLARC to study system.
  • HJ678: Motor Vehicles, Virginia Department of; JLARC to study implementation of 'legal presence'.
  • HJ679: Constitutional amendment; legislative sessions.
  • HJ680: Constitutional amendment; contributions to defined benefit retirement plans maintained for employee.
  • HJ898: Celebrating the life of John Harvey Ariail, Jr.
  • HJ927: Celebrating the life of Arthur W. Arundel.
  • HJ928: Celebrating the life of Alfred James Dumas.
  • HJ929: Celebrating the life of Betty Harrington Macdonald.
  • HB80: Statewide Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program Funding Pool; created.
  • HB264: Housing authorities; no trespass notices.
  • HB265: Medicare supplement policies; available to individuals under age 65 due to a disability.
  • HB266: Commonwealth Teachers Program; established.
  • HB267: Advance Health Care Directive Registry; notification to physicians.
  • HB268: Income tax, corporate; Renewable Energy Job Creation tax credit.
  • HB269: Retail Sales and Use Tax; increases rate on motor fuels in Northern Virginia.
  • HB270: Vaccination of school children; Department of Health to develop plan for all students in State.
  • HB271: Individual income, corporate income, and sales and use taxes; restructuring various taxes.
  • HB272: Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; definition of law-enforcement officer.
  • HB273: Retirement System; benefits for deputy sheriffs.
  • HB274: Higher educational institution; governing board to provide automatic acceptance of resident student.
  • HB275: Estate Tax; tax rate is one-half of amount of federal credit as it existed on January 1, 1978.
  • HB354: Alcoholic beverage control; creates hotel manager's reception license.
  • HB355: State Tax Expenditure Report; State Tax Commissioner to issue annually and post on its website.
  • HB661: Line of Duty Death and Health Benefits Trust Fund; established.
  • HB948: HOT lanes; VDOT to conduct a NEPA study prior to construction on any portion of I-95 or I-395.
  • HB968: HOT lanes; violations are traffic infractions.
  • HB969: PPTA; preconditions to certain comprehensive agreements.
  • HB1261: Political campaign advertisements; disclosure requirements.
  • HJ54: Constitutional amendment; General Assembly may agree to delay reconvened session (first reference).
  • HJ55: Constitutional amendment; repeals 2006 referendum dealing with marriage (first reference).
  • HJ319: Commending Jack Taylor.
  • HJ413: Celebrating the life of Sergeant William John Cahir, USMC.
  • HJ437: Commending the Belle View Condominium Community.
  • HB794: Retail Sales and Use Tax; Energy Star sales tax holiday.
  • HB802: Candidates; Board of Elections to publish list on Internet.
  • HB808: Special education services; parental consent.
  • HB1624: Code of student conduct; bullying, harassment, etc., for Bd. of Ed. to include in model policy.
  • HB1625: Fair housing protections; allows localities to expand beyond classes protected by state law.
  • HB1643: Elections; electoral board may provide for oaths of officers.
  • HB1692: Indoor Clean Air Act; prohibits smoking in all indoor restaurants and bar and lounge areas in State.
  • HB1758: Flood Mitigation Bond Act of 2009; created.
  • HB2373: Birth control prescriptions; pharmacist who refuses to fill ensure patient treated nonjudgmentally.
  • HB2374: Income tax, state; Renewable Energy Job tax credit.
  • HB2375: Application for social or health services; for purposes of qualifying for any program.
  • HB2376: Estate tax; reinstates federal credit amount State will receive payments from deaths after Jan. 1.
  • HB2377: Animals as prizes and gifts; Class 3 misdemeanor to raffle, give away, offer for sale as novelty.
  • HB2378: Noncorporate entities; minimum tax is imposed on telecommunications and electric suppliers.
  • HB2379: Cigarette tax rate; funding education and Medicaid.
  • HB2501: Department of Housing and Community Development; rental assistance pilot project.
  • HB2588: Individual income, corporate income, and sales and use taxes; restructuring various taxes.
  • HB2589: Students; assessment of those limited English proficient.
  • HJ632: Human services & social policy; JLARC to study feasibility of adopting 'housing first' approach.
  • HJ633: Constitutional amendment; General Assembly may agree to delay reconvened session.
  • HJ657: Constitutional amendment; repealing amendment dealing with marriage that was approved by referendum.
  • HJ703: Waterfowl; joint subcommittee to study hunting in urban and suburban areas.
  • HJ845: Commending Beth El Hebrew Congregation on the occasion of its 150th anniversary.
  • HJ853: Celebrating the life of William B. Hurd.
  • HJ854: Celebrating the life of Ethel Mary Beun.
  • HJ855: Celebrating the life of Colonel Gerald Kenneth Johnson.
  • HJ884: Commemorating the life of Charles Darwin on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of his birth.
  • HB18: Environmental Quality, Department of; consolidation of various boards, increase of authority.
  • HB19: Environmental Quality, Department of;consolidation of various boards, increase of authority.
  • HB288: Indoor Clean Air Act; smoking in restaurants.
  • HB289: Rental assistance pilot project; Department of Housing and Community Development to establish.
  • HB290: Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers.
  • HB291: School bus stop locations; school boards to develop written plans prescribing procedure therefor.
  • HB686: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include Energy Star-rated fluorescent light bulbs.
  • HB792: Parental leave for school involvement; employers to permit employees annual leave.
  • HB793: Greenhouse gas emissions; Secretary of Natural Resources to develop strategy to reduce.
  • HB794: Retail Sales and Use Tax; Energy Star sales tax holiday.
  • HB795: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include WaterSense qualified products.
  • HB796: Climate Change, Commission on; created, report.
  • HB797: Traffic signs and markings; VDOT to transfer control to Fairfax County.
  • HB798: Absentee ballot applications; may receive by electronic transmission.
  • HB799: Voters; information to be provided prior to election.
  • HB800: Acts of Assembly; implementation of certain laws to special elections.
  • HB801: Voting equipment; wireless communications at polling places.
  • HB802: Candidates; Board of Elections to publish list on Internet.
  • HB803: VDOT; authority to account for workforce housing.
  • HB804: Consumer Real Estate Settlement Protection Act; interest on escrow accounts.
  • HB805: Advance Health Care Directive Registry; created.
  • HB806: Infectious diseases; residential or day program, etc. licensed by State to report cases.
  • HB807: Health insurance pools; technical assistance for small businesses.
  • HB808: Special education services; parental consent.
  • HB1084: Zoning; approval of certain proffered conditions.
  • HB1085: Fair housing law; unlawful discriminatory housing practice.
  • HJ109: Coal-fired generation facilities; JLARC to study risk of further investment.
  • HJ110: Law-enforceent and judicial personnel; JLARC to study autism education and training available.
  • HJ111: Dillon Rule; joint subcommittee to study.
  • HJ559: Commending Shiloh Baptist Church on the occasion of its 145th anniversary.
  • HJ596: Celebrating the life of Stephen H. Snell.
  • HJ597: Celebrating the life of Mary Walton McCandlish Livingston.
  • HJ6019: Celebrating the life of of Russell Y. Garth.
  • HB393: Condominium Act; allows elderly or disabled tenants in conversion units to assign purchase right.
  • HB974: Motor vehicle sales and use tax; exempts cars with certain EPA fuel efficiency rating.
  • HB2727: Condominium Act; allows elderly or disabled tenants in conversion units to assign purchase right.
  • HB2728: Assault and battery on child; custody and visitation.
  • HB2729: FEMA Special Flood Hazard Area map; notification of changes thereto.
  • HB2730: Hospital regulations; provision allowing patients to receive visits from whom they desire.
  • HB2731: State employees; right to contact public officials.
  • HB2732: Brain and spinal cord injury registry; specifies conditions thereof.
  • HB2733: Driver's licenses and special identification cards; no more than five contact persons listed.
  • HB2734: Electronic voting equipment; requires localities to provide access thereto to disabled voters.
  • HB2735: National Association of Counties; locality to participate.
  • HB2736: Assault and battery against family member; deferred finding.
  • HB2738: Minimum Wage Act; repeals exclusion for persons who are 65 thereunder.
  • HB2739: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include Energy Star certified products.
  • HB2740: Campaign finance disclosure; reports of independent expenditures by political action committees.
  • HB2741: Guardians and conservators; use of real estate professionals.
  • HB2742: Presidential elections; agreement among states to elect by National Popular Vote.
  • HB2743: Rental assistance pilot project; Department of Housing & Community Development to establish, report.
  • HB2744: Fair housing law; unlawful discriminatory housing practice.
  • HB2745: Child-friendly visiting rooms; state and local correctional facilities required to provide.
  • HB2746: Real estate tax; assessment of real property by localities.
  • HB2812: Real estate tax; localities to tax residential property at lower tax rate.
  • HB2878: Air pollution; methods to determine opacity.
  • HB3081: Power generation facilities; notification of increased operation.
  • HJ698: Power plants; Dept. of Health to study public health effects of using trona to mitigate emissions.
  • HJ721: Constitutional amendment; repeals amendment dealing with marriage by referendum (first reference).
  • HJ919: Commending Lucretia Jackson.
  • HJ920: Commending Gadsby's Tavern Museum.
  • HJ921: Commending Sabrina Black.
  • HJ966: Commending Rhea Butler.
  • HJ967: Commending Mike Oliver.
  • HJ968: Commending Carolyn Lewis.
  • HR47: Video & audio transmission; procedures for Internet broadcasting to be adopted.
  • HB388: I-SaveRX Prescription Drug Program; Sec. of Health & Human Resources discuss with other states.
  • HB389: Affirmation of Marriage Act; abolished.
  • HB390: Retail sales and use tax; exemptions include Energy Star certified products.
  • HB391: T.C. Williams High School;opening of 2006 school year.
  • HB392: No Child Left Behind Testing; all costs incurred by localities to be paid by State.
  • HB393: Condominium Act; allows elderly or disabled tenants in conversion units to assign purchase right.
  • HB394: Income tax, state; credit for low-income taxpayers.
  • HB395: Cigarette tax; increases thereof.
  • HB974: Motor vehicle sales and use tax; exempts cars with certain EPA fuel efficiency rating.
  • HB1002: School Board; salary procedure for members of Arlington County Board.
  • HJ132: Food insecure households; joint subcommittee to study feasible & appropriate alternatives to reduce.
  • HJ428: Commending Marian Van Landingham.
  • HJ444: Celebrating the life of Melvin O. Lindsay on the 50th anniversary of his death.
  • HJ488: Commending Colonel Ethel S. Underwood.
  • HJ519: Commending Dottie Bennett and Ann Bennett.
  • HJ5007: Commending Joan Walder Sacarob and Donald A. Sacarob.
  • HJ5065: Celebrating the life of Kelley Duncan Swanson.