Representing Alexandria, Arlington, and Fairfax

Mark's Bills

I believe constituents have a right to know what their elected representatives are up to, particularly with regard to legislation they introduce. I plan to uphold what I call the Gold Standard of Transparency by directing my staff to video-record the proceedings on each of my bills as they come before subcommittee and committee. That way, every constituent can know exactly what was said and done on each of the 20 or so bills I introduce.  Scroll down to see my bills for the 2017 and 2016 sessions.

    Committee Assignments
    (2016, 2017)

    • Health, Welfare and Institutions
    • Science and Technology


    Legislation (2016)

    Introduced (Patron) Chief Co-Patron Co-Patron Budget Request

    Online Gun Sale Background Checks (HB 1000)

    Mark Levine proposed a common sense addition to Virginia's gun sale regulations - regulate sales online to keep our families safe. Republicans on the subcommittee killed the bill, which would have kept criminals from buying guns illegally.

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    Keep Terrorists from Purchasing Firearms (HB 1001)

    Mark Levine called for the addition of those on the terrorist "no-fly" list to Virginia's gun sale background checks. Unfortunately, Republicans on the subcommittee tabled the bill, proving once again they are more concerned with their NRA ratings than reasonable gun sale legislation.

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