CHARLESTON — Here’s a look at some bills and resolutions introduced Friday; local sponsors and co-sponsors, if any, are noted.

SB 2255, to prohibit transportation network company drivers – for Uber and Lyft, for instance – form soliciting rides or occupying cab stands. Sen. Bob Beach, D-Monongalia, sponsor.

SB 263, to eliminate the film tax credit program. From the governor.

SB 267, to raise state employees’ salaries. From the governor.

SB 269, the 2018 Regulatory Reform Act. From the governor.

HB 4001, to impose a work requirement on able-bodied food assistance program recipients and establish an assets test to combat fraud. Delegate Terri Sypolt, R-Preston, co-sponsor.

HB 4002, to establish 100 single-member delegate districts.

HB 4003, the House version of the Opioid Reduction Act. Sypolt, Delegate Amy Summers, R-Taylor, co-sponsors.

HB 4008, the Education Savings Account Act. Summers, Delegate Joe Statler, R-Monongalia, co-sponsors.

HB 4011, a 2-for-1 rules bill, requiring agencies to submit two rules for elimination for each new one they develop.

HB 4037, to end the PROMISE Scholarship and begin the Promise for All Scholarship. Summers, Statler, co-sponsors.

SJR 6/HJR 101, to put the budget of the Supreme Court under legislative oversight. HJR 101 was introduced on Thursday.

HJR 103, a Constitutional amendment to elect state school board members. Delegate Cindy Frich, R-Monongalia, co-sponsor.