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PR23-0694IntroCommission on the Arts and Humanities Dr. Heran Sereke-Brhan Confirmation Resolution of 2020
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2021-01-15
Committee Report Filed
B23-0965PassBILL SMMARY - As introduced Bill 23-965 adds a new section to provide eligible workers who have been displaced by COVID-19 the opportunity to be reinstated once their employer reopens after the pandemic.
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0127PassAs introduced it establishes a Board of Indeterminate Sentence and Parole for the District of Columbia and to determine its functions, and for other purposes, to include individuals who committed an offense before age 25 in the existing sentence modi...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0661PassAs introduced Bill 23-661 requires the Department of General Services to provide the Council with an annual account of green space owned or leased by the District and also requires DGS to include the square footage of green space at a real property i...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0528PassAs introduced, Bill 23-528 establishes that rental housing assistance provided by the District government to an owner of a housing accommodation shall be considered the income of the tenant for the purposes of any minimum income qualification for ren...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0640PassAs introduced Bill 23-640 requires the Water and Sewer Authority to allow a public comment period regarding any establishment or adjustment of retail water and sewer rates beginning on the date of publication of the notice of a public hearing. It req...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-1007PassReverse Mortgage Insurance and Tax Payment Program Extension Emergency Amendment Act of 2020
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-1008PassReverse Mortgage Insurance and Tax Payment Program Extension Temporary Amendment Act of 2020
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-1028PassCommon Interest Community Virtual Meeting Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2020
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0107PassAs introduced it requires the District to reimburse indirect costs at the same rate a non-profit organization has negotiated to receive for a current federal contract or grant. Modified total direct costs must be at a flat rate if the grant or contr...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-1025PassContract No. NFPHC-WC-21-CPC-00009 with Manufacturers Alliance Insurance Company Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2020
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0788PassAs introduced Bill 23-788 orders the dedication of Lot 252 in Square 620 for the widening of First Street, NW, right of way and authorizes the improvement of the dedicated land for street purposes in Ward 6.
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-1024PassModifications to Human Care Agreement No. CW79329 Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2020
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-1031PassOmnibus Kenilworth Courts Redevelopment Emergency Act of 2020
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-1032PassDisplaced Workers Right to Reinstatement and Retention Emergency Amendment Act of 2020
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0985PassAs introduced Bill 23-985 qualifies District workers for additional weeks of unemployment insurance and pandemic unemployment assistance benefits under the extended benefits program.
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0665PassAs introduced Bill 23-665 requires the Department of General Services (DGS) to identify and mitigate environmental hazards that impact human health on playground surface materials as well as all District-owned buildings that are occupied during demol...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-1022PassCommunity Harassment Prevention Second Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2020
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-1023PassMedical Marijuana Plant Count Elimination Congressional Review Emergency Amendment Act of 2020
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0571PassAs introduced Bill 23-571 makes the independent procurement authority for the Health Benefit Exchange Authority permanent.
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0923PassAs introduced Bill 23-923 requires the Office on Returning Citizen Affairs to assess the needs of children in the District of Columbia whose parents are incarcerated. A comprehensive needs assessment and a strategic plan outlining how the District w...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-1021PassExtreme Risk Protection Order Implementation Working Group Second Emergency Amendment Act of 2020
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0117PassAs introduced it broadens enforcement authority of underground facilities, such as gas and power lines to the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs administratively. Currently, enforcement authority is limited to the District of Columbia Supe...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-1018PassFOIA Tolling Temporary Amendment Act of 2020
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0132EnrollAs introduced it requires Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) housing inspectors to be certified to conduct indoor mold assessment and remediation. DCRA shall issue a notice of violation to property owners to remediate indoor mold an...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0619PassAs introduced Bill 23-619 designates Lafayette Park located at 5900 33rd Street and Quesada Street NW as the Lafayette-Pointer Park. It also designates the Lafayette Recreation Center as the Lafayette-Pointer Recreation Center.
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-1015EnrollPolice Reform Commission Extension Temporary Amendment Act of 2020
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0878EnrollAs introduced Bill 23-878 enacts a 2-year moratorium on voluntary agreements between tenants and housing providers including to establish rent ceilings, provide for capital improvements, and alter services. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject to App...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0920PassAs introduced Bill 23-920 imposes a limit on the amount that a person must pay in copayment or coinsurance through a health benefit plan for a prescription for insulin.
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0876PassAs introduced, Bill 23-876 closes a portion of Potomac Avenue, S.E., adjacent to Reservation 248 and Square South 744S, in Ward 6.
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0090EnrollAs introduced it establishes a Commission on Poverty to address the needs and interests of persons in poverty. The Commission must evaluate existing and subsequent anti-poverty programs to determine their effectiveness and make recommendations for i...
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2021-01-14
Enacted without Mayor's Signature with Act Number A23-0606
B23-0883PassAs introduced, Bill 23-883 closes the public alley in Square 5116, which runs from 45th Street, N.E. to Quarles Street, N.E. to accept the dedication of land for surrounding new public streets as well as remove certain existing building restriction ...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0181PassAs introduced it establishes when a petitioner including an intimate partner, family member, household member, victim of sexual abuse, a minor or a minor's parent, guardian or custodian, may file a petition for civil protection in the Domestic Violen...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0193PassAs introduced it requires that 20% of parking spaces constructed in newly constructed or substantially renovated commercial or multi unit buildings include electrical vehicle infrastructure. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject to Appropriations. Se...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0165PassAs introduced it requires the Board of Elections to solicit an opinion from the Attorney General for the District of Columbia and the General Counsel of the Council of the District of Columbia on the proper subject determination of an initiative or r...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0122PassAs introduced it prohibits retail establishments from discriminating against cash as a form of payment, including charging different prices to customers depending on their payment method. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject to Appropriations. See F...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-1010PassModification Nos. 11, 12, and 13 to Contract No. DCAM-18-CS-0054 with Turner Construction Company Approval and Payment Au thorization Emergency Act of 2020
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0886PassAs introduced Bill 23-886 prohibits the use of enforcement quotas for the Metro Transit Police Department and creates a multijurisdictional Civilian Complaint Board to review complaints against Metro Transit Police Department members. The Board shall...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0666PassAs introduced Bill 23-666 requires the Mayor to design and issue motor vehicle identification tags that celebrate the Washington Mystics 2019 Women's National Basketball Championship. Incorporates provisions from Bill 23-699.
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0035PassAs introduced it expands false claims liability to false claims relating to taxation.
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0889PassAs introduced Bill 23-889 designates the 1800 block of Bruce Place, S.E., in Square 5880, in Ward 8, as Harold “Ike” Foster Way Designation Act of 2020.
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0890EnrollAs introduced Bill 23-890 requires mandatory query of the prescription drug monitoring database by prescribers and dispensers prior to prescribing or dispensing an opioid or benzodiazepine for more than seven consecutive days, and every ninety days t...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0501PassAs introduced Bill 23-501 limits the District's cooperation with federal immigration agencies absent a judicial warrant or order.
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0999PassPublic Space Maintenance and Arts Clarification Temporary Amendment Act of 2020
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0641PassAs introduced Bill 23-641 allows the Mayor to set temporary parking rates in a performance parking zone for a set duration of time when anticipating a special event, no sooner than 6 hours before the event. It also requires 15-days' notice of the tem...
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0964PassFiscal Year 2021 Budget Support Clarification Amendment Act of 2020
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0884PassAs introduced Bill 23-884 extends the District’s time to dispose of real property located at 3012 Georgia Avenue N.W., a portion of the Bruce Monroe site that consists of approximately 77,421 square feet.
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2021-01-14
Returned from Mayor
B23-0437VetoAs introduced Bill 23-437 establishes the Office of the Child Safety and Well-Being Ombudsperson as part of the Citizen Review Panel on Child Abuse and Neglect of the District of Columbia. The Citizen Review Panel on Child Abuse and Neglect shall app...
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2021-01-13
Vetoed by the Mayor
B23-0141PassAs introduced it allows holders of accounts with digital assets to give access to these accounts to fiduciaries. A digital asset is an electronic record in which an individual has a right or interest. It also provides immunity from liability for cus...
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2021-01-13
Returned from Mayor
B23-0091VetoAs introduced it establishes, as a subordinate agency within the executive branch of the District government, the Department of Buildings. The Department is charged with promoting the health, safety, and quality of life of residents and visitors in t...
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2021-01-13
Vetoed by the Mayor
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