More specifically: Just reported (without confirmation, but I trust the source) that HB1950 died in an unrecorded floor vote in the House.
Also, the House analog to Favola's SB959 (stop signs on trails, opening the door to harassment) is HB2217, and it passed out of Transportation Subcommittee #2 with an amendment. I've asked Del. Greason for a copy of the amendment, as I have no reports from the hearing.
Just to let folks know, the passage of SB959/HB2217 is looking likely, as there are few points ahead at which friends of cycling will be able to improve the bill. I don't know when it'll be put on the agenda, but the next step for the House bill is consideration before the Transportation Committee. Members and email here.
Remember, it's an unnecessary bill (cyclists and pedestrians already have a duty to not enter the road in disregard of approaching traffic) and creates an opportunity for revenue-raising harassment of cyclists who fail to put a foot down at every stop sign (something Loudoun County already engages in). And by all reports, Loudoun County was lobbying heavily for it, so you can be sure they're going to try to recover their costs on the W&OD this summer.
(links good at source above)