Washington D.C. Legislature | 2017-2018 | 22nd Council

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Active Washington D.C. Bills (Introduced, Engrossed, Enrolled, Passed)

BillSummaryAction
PR22-1042Homeland Security Commission Edward Pearson Confirmation Resolution Of 20182018-11-29
Roundtable Hearing Held
PR22-1089Police Complaints Board Paul Ashton Confirmation Resolution Of 20182018-11-29
Roundtable Hearing Held
PR22-1044Homeland Security Commission Brian Baker Confirmation Resolution Of 20182018-11-29
Roundtable Hearing Held
PR22-1045Corrections Information Council Charlie Whitaker Confirmation Resolution Of 20182018-11-29
Roundtable Hearing Held
PR22-1002Department Of Forensic Sciences Science Advisory Board Rulemaking Approval Resolution Of 20182018-11-29
Roundtable Hearing Held
B22-1033Controlled Substance Testing Emergency Amendment Act Of 20182018-11-20
Retained by the Council
B22-1034Controlled Substance Testing Temporary Amendment Act Of 20182018-11-20
Retained by the Council
PR22-1127Controlled Substance Testing Emergency Declaration Resolution Of 20182018-11-20
Retained by the Council
B22-0887As introduced, this bill provides equitable real property tax relief to real property owned by Hyacinth's Place located on Lots 0161 and 0124, Square 4074.2018-11-19
Public Hearing Held
B22-1008As introduced, this bill exempts certain properties owned or leased by Shaed School, LLC from taxation. The properties include 5601 East Capitol, LLC, Mamie D. Lee, and St. Paul on Fourth Street, Inc.2018-11-19
Public Hearing Held

Most Viewed Washington D.C. Bills

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B22-0092As introduced, this bill requires the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) to monitor and investigate short term rentals for compliance with zoning regulations, building codes, health codes and housing codes among other things. DCRA m...Bill Text
PR22-0310Deemed approved 10/17/17Bill Text
B22-0315Law 22-120 exempts owner occupied single-family homes with accessory dwelling units from the requirements of the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act (TOPA). Accessory dwelling units are basements, carriage houses, converted garages, or similar spaces....Bill Text
B22-0024As introduced, this bill requires that the DC Bar Foundation ("Bar Foundation") adopt policies and procedures and create a system allowing designated legal service providers to provide representation, to eligible individuals or groups, in certain ci...Bill Text
B22-0106This legislation allows licensed pharmacy practitioners to prescribe and dispense self-administered hormonal contraceptives and also requires insurers to cover certain health care services without cost-sharing, including breast cancer screening and c...Bill Text
B22-0030The Chairman is referring this legislation sequentially to the Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety until July 15, 2017, and then to the Committee of the Whole. As introduced, this bill legalizes the possession, consumption, display, purchasing...Bill Text
B22-0244Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Support Act Of 2017Bill Text
B22-0404As introduced, this bill prohibits criminal history providers from providing information relating to expunged, sealed, set aside, or inaccurate records as well as infractions, arrests, and charges that did not result in a conviction. The bill also au...Bill Text
B22-0042As introduced, this bill excludes the annual salary of those employed with the Fraternal Order of Police Metropolitan Police Department Labor Committee and of those employed with the International Association of Fire Fighters, Washington D.C. Fire Fi...Bill Text
B22-0138Medical Marijuana Dispensary Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act Of 2017Bill Text

Most Monitored Washington D.C. Bills

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B22-0100As introduced, this bill prohibits the formation of certain agreements between a tenant or a tenant association and a housing provider. Agreements may not be made that would result in subjecting other current or future tenants to a rent adjustment, r...Bill Text
B22-0133As introduced, this bill establishes which employers are required to provide paid-leave compensation to their employees and which employees meet the eligibility criteria for paid-leave compensation. It establishes the duration and amount of compensa...Bill Text
B22-0130As introduced, this bill establishes that employees are eligible once every 52 weeks for paid-leave compensation from his or her employer pursuant to a qualifying family, medical or parental leave event. Small and very small employers as defined by t...Bill Text
B22-0904As introduced, this bill increases the Renewable Portfolio Standard to 100% by 2032, establishes a solar energy standard post 2032, and establishes standards electricity suppliers must meet regarding purchasing a percentage of their energy from long-...Bill Text
B22-0092As introduced, this bill requires the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) to monitor and investigate short term rentals for compliance with zoning regulations, building codes, health codes and housing codes among other things. DCRA m...Bill Text
B22-0334As introduced, this bill allows certain large businesses with over 100 employees, as well as certain small businesses with 100 or less employees to be exempt from the District-run universal paid leave program, if they provide their employees with pai...Bill Text
B22-0302As introduced, this bill requires that District employers required to pay unemployment insurance if necessary and with 25 or more employees must provide paid-leave compensation to their employees. It establishes an appeals process as well as penaltie...Bill Text
B22-0257Law 22-155 establishes the Green Finance Authority to increase private investment in clean and efficient energy, transportation and water. It establishes the Green Finance Authority Board. Bill Text
B22-0685As introduced, this bill decouples the local estate tax from the federal definition. It establishes when the zero bracket and unified credit applies to decedents whose death occurred after December 31, 2017.Bill Text
B22-0315Law 22-120 exempts owner occupied single-family homes with accessory dwelling units from the requirements of the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act (TOPA). Accessory dwelling units are basements, carriage houses, converted garages, or similar spaces....Bill Text

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