DC Legislation | 2017-2018 | 22nd Council | Engrossed

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B22-0694EngrossChild Neglect And Sex Trafficking Temporary Amendment Act Of 2018
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2018-02-20
Retained by the Council
B22-0696EngrossPools Without Penalties Temporary Act Of 2018
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2018-02-20
Retained by the Council
B22-0287EngrossAs introduced, this bill establishes under what circumstances members of the MPD who have sustained serious or life-threatening injury or illness, during the performance of duty, shall be processed for retirement or assigned non-police duties.
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2018-02-06
First Reading CC
B22-0510EngrossAs introduced, this bill establishes the conditions under which dogs are permitted in outdoor dining areas and unenclosed sidewalk caf├ęs.
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2018-02-06
Final Reading CC
B22-0176EngrossAs introduced, this bill establishes the Revolving Capital Fund within the Department of Health Care Finance, from which funds shall be utilized for the purpose of making loans to qualifying borrowers to improve access to capital financing to expand ...
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2018-02-06
Final Reading CC
B22-0232EngrossAs introduced, this bill establishes a new program in the Department of Behavioral Health (DBH), the School Health Innovations Grant program, to expand access to behavioral health services in District public schools and communities. Clinic operators ...
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2018-02-06
Final Reading
B22-0154EngrossAs introduced, this bill removes the requirement that persons with intellectual disabilities who are supported by the Department of Disability Services (DDS) be civilly committed in order to receive residential services. It repeals and amends existin...
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2018-02-06
Final Reading
B22-0068EngrossAs introduced, this bill authorizes the District's personnel authority to automatically enroll all new District employees in the District's deferred compensation program at a contribution level of no less than 5%. Employees will be able to increase, ...
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2018-02-06
First Reading
B22-0192EngrossAs introduced this bill provides for publicly funded political campaigns. It established a Fair Elections Program within the Office of Campaign Finance. It requires that the Office establish procedures for auditing and verification of qualified contr...
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2018-02-06
Final Reading CC
B22-0395EngrossAs introduced, this bill requires that the Office of Contracting and Procurement maintain an internet site that provides machine-readable and searchable information on all solicitations and contracts of $25,000 or more including related laws, rules, ...
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2018-02-06
First Reading CC
B22-0481EngrossAs introduced, this bill removes the requirement that the Department of Health Care Finance submit every plan, modification, or waiver to the State Plan to the Council of the District of Columbia for passive review.
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2018-02-06
First Reading CC
B22-0424EngrossAs introduced, this bill amends the Nurse Staffing Agency Act of 2003 to clarify the Department of Health does not require a nurse staffing agency license for businesses that only offer an employee nurse staffing registry. It preserves the status of...
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2018-02-06
First Reading CC
B22-0431EngrossAs introduced, this bill makes technical amendments to the Retail Incentive Act of 2004 to centralize and consolidate resolutions and acts that pertain to the Great Streets Program. It clarifies the boundaries of the existing Great Streets corridors ...
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2018-02-06
First Reading CC
B22-0539EngrossAs introduced, this bill designates the unit block of Wisconsin Avenue, N.W., between Davis and Edmunds Streets, S.E., As Boris Nemtsov Plaza. The plaza is in Ward 3.
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2018-02-06
Final Reading CC
B22-0401EngrossAs introduced, this bill requires the Mayor to post online and transmit to the Council a description of all workforce development expenditures across agencies, without regard to whether funds are derived from federal or District sources.
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2018-02-06
Final Reading CC
B22-0559EngrossAs introduced, this bill authorizes the establishment and administration of the Dupont Circle Business Improvement District (BID). It also establishes the BID taxes for the nonexempt properties in the BID area.
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2018-02-06
First Reading CC
B22-0554EngrossAs introduced, this bill amends current law to require Council approval of mayoral nominees to the Adult Career Pathways Taskforce and adds three members to the Adult Career Pathways Task Force. The three new members must be representatives of the Di...
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2018-02-06
Final Reading CC
B22-0524EngrossAs introduced, this bill establishes the Maternal Mortality Review Committee within the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner to determine the causes associated with maternal deaths in the District and find solutions to lower the maternal death rate a...
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2018-02-06
First Reading
B22-0292EngrossAs introduced, this bill designates the park bound by Kalorama Road, N.W., 19th Street, N.W., and Columbia Road, N.W., as Ann Hughes Hargrove Park.
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2018-02-06
Final Reading CC
B22-0171EngrossAs introduced, this bill establishes a program and supporting fund, the Senior Dental Services Program and the Senior Dental Services Program Fund respectively, within the Department of Health to provide dental services for District seniors with an a...
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2018-02-06
First Reading CC
B22-0352EngrossAs introduced, this bill expands the jurisdiction of the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) to include adjudicated cases arising from the Department of Behavioral Health, the Rental Housing Conversion and Sale Act of 1980, cases involving the De...
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2018-02-06
First Reading CC
B22-0353EngrossAs introduced, this bill requires that companies providing utility services operating in the District of Columbia provide 30 days notice to managing agencies of community residential facilities (CRFs) prior to disconnecting services. It also requires...
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2018-02-06
First Reading CC
B22-0289EngrossAs introduced, this bill establishes a task force, the Office to Affordable Housing Task Force, to determine the impact of transitioning existing vacant commercial space to affordable units on the District's affordable housing crisis. The bill specif...
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2018-02-06
First Reading CC
B22-0177EngrossAs introduced, this bill establishes eligibility requirements for physicians to receive or renew an expedited medical license to practice medicine in multiple states and to share information with other member states to streamline the licensing proces...
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2018-02-06
First Reading CC
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