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B23-0316IntroAs introduced it re-establishes the Tax Revision Commission and requires the Commission to submit a report of recommendations once every 10 years to consider revisions to the tax code.
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2020-09-30
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B23-0530IntroAs introduced Bill 23-530 sets income eligibility standards for renting a rent stabilized apartment. A unit covered under the Rent Stabilization Program shall only be rented to a tenant with a monthly adjusted gross income less than 5 times the month...
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2020-09-24
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B23-0237IntroAs introduced it clarifies the applicability of abolishment of rent ceilings. Among other things, it clarifies when a rent increase may be implemented by a housing provider. It defines and regulates discounted rent. It also requires rental advertisem...
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2020-09-24
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B23-0878IntroAs 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.
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2020-09-24
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B23-0877IntroAs introduced Bill 23-877 allows a temporary rent surcharge if the Rent Administrator determines a substantial rehabilitation or capital improvement is in the interest of the affected tenants or under a determination of a hardship. It establishes how...
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2020-09-24
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B23-0879IntroAs introduced Bill 23-879 establishes when the Rent Administrator shall approve a temporary rent surcharge due to a capital improvement. Among other things It also sets a cap on the amount of the rent surcharge.
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2020-09-24
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PR23-0919IntroThis disapproval resolution extends the review period by 35 days on CA 23-637, CA 23-638 and CA 23-642. These contracts will now be deemed approved on September 3, 2020.
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2020-09-22
Retained by the Council
B23-0873IntroRent Stabilization Program Reform and Expansion Amendment Act of 2020
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2020-09-22
To Council Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization Committee
B23-0872IntroPublic Sector Workers’ Compensation Permanent Total Disability Amendment Act of 2020
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2020-09-22
To Council Government Operations Committee
PR23-0918IntroBoard of Physical Therapy Timothy Vidale Confirmation Resolution of 2020
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2020-09-22
To Council Health Committee
PR23-0913IntroCoronavirus Support Second Congressional Review Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2020
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2020-09-22
Retained by the Council
PR23-0915IntroCouncil Period 23 Recess Rules Amendment Resolution of 2020
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2020-09-22
Retained by the Council
B23-0875IntroAs introduced, Bill 23-875 removes criminal penalties for a violation of the Vending Regulation Act of 2009 or a vending regulation.
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2020-09-22
To Council Committee of the Whole
B23-0874IntroAs introduced, Bill 23-874 makes changes to the public sector workers’ compensation system to mirror the private sector workers’ compensation system.
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2020-09-22
To Council Government Operations Committee
B23-0876IntroAs 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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2020-09-22
To Council Committee of the Whole
B23-0881IntroAs introduced, Bill 23-881 requires the Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) to resolve all Social Security Disability Income overpayments that occurred in their care. CFSA is also responsible for updating the income status of a youth in the Agen...
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2020-09-22
To Council Human Services Committee
B23-0880IntroAs introduced Bill 23-880 requires the Child and Family Services Agency to assist eligible youth who receive Social Security Disability and Medicaid in enrolling in the ABLE program as well as provide Financial Literacy lessons to youth in their care...
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2020-09-22
To Council Human Services Committee
B23-0882IntroAs introduced, Bill 23-882 establishes comprehensive policing and justice reform for District residents and visitors.
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2020-09-22
To Council Judiciary and Public Safety Committee
B23-0883IntroAs 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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2020-09-22
To Council Committee of the Whole
PR23-0898IntroFiscal Year 2021 Budget Support Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2020
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2020-09-22
Retained by the Council
B23-0562IntroAs introduced Bill 23-562 orders the legal closing of a 15 foot wide public alley in Square 5860 abutting lots 1020, 1025 through 1031, 1037 and P231/8 and Square 5600 lot 800 in Ward 8.
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2020-09-17
Public Hearing Held
B23-0623IntroAs introduced Bill 23-623 establishes a time frame and process to resolve warranty claims that arise under the act. It clarifies that the Mayor may refer disputed claims to the Office of Administrative Hearings among other things.
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2020-09-17
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B23-0522IntroAs introduced Bill 23-522 orders the closing of a portion of Chesapeake Street, S.W., Magazine Road, S.W., and Keel Avenue, S.W., the Removal of building restriction lines associated with the portion of Chesapeake Street, S.W., being closed; and the ...
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2020-09-17
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B23-0601IntroAs introduced Bill 23-601 clarifies the implementation of the condominium warranty against structural defects and transfers the administration of the warranty to the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs. DCRA must maintain an online record o...
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2020-09-17
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B23-0315IntroAs introduced it establishes a grant program to provide funding to District employers to hire and retain eligible veterans. Eligible veterans are District residents who were honorably discharged with a 50% or more service-related disability.
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2020-09-17
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B23-0568IntroAs introduced Bill 23-568 increases the maximum and minimum amount of down payment assistance for Home Purchase Assistance to $100,000 and $30,000 respectively. It provides a home repair grant of a maximum of $15,000 and removes certain funding limit...
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2020-09-17
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B23-0696IntroAs introduced Bill 23-696 establishes a Limited Equity Cooperative Advisory Council to provide policy recommendations to assist District residents and the District government with improving and establishing limited equity cooperatives.
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2020-09-17
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B23-0656IntroAs introduced Bill 23-656 closes a portion of the public alley system in Square 740, bounded by K Street, S.E., First Street, S.E., L Street, S.E., and New Jersey Avenue, S.E., in Ward 6.
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2020-09-17
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B23-0784IntroAs introduced, Bill 23-784 orders the closing of a portion of Morton Street, N.W., and the portions of the public alley system adjacent to Square 3039 in Ward 1. It accepts the dedication and designation of 6th Street, N.W., Luray Place, N.W., and a...
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2020-09-17
Public Hearing Held
B23-0580IntroAs introduced Bill 23-580 closes a portion of a public alley system in Square 2892, bounded by Lamont Street, Georgia Avenue, Kenyon Street, and Sherman Avenue in Northwest Washington, D.C., in Ward 1.
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2020-09-17
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B23-0500IntroAs introduced Bill 23-500 would bring the District law into compliance with state law requirements set in the Federal Unemployment Tax Act by expanding the definition of employment and by permitting government entities and instrumentalities to make p...
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2020-09-16
Oversight Hearing Held
B23-0787IntroAs introduced Bill 23-787 symbolically designates 16th Street, N.W., between H Street, N.W, and K Street N.W. as Black Lives Matter Plaza.
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2020-09-15
Public Hearing Held
B23-0609IntroAs introduced Bill 23-609 symbolically designates the 300 block of 14th Place, N.E., in Ward 6, as Gail Cobb Way.
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2020-09-15
Public Hearing Held
B23-0840IntroRonald "Ron" Austin Memorial Park Designation Act of 2020
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2020-09-15
Public Hearing Held
B23-0538IntroAs introduced Bill 23-538 ceremonially designates the Frederick Douglass Court, SE in Square 5880 in Ward 8 as Elaine M. Carter Way
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2020-09-15
Public Hearing Held
B23-0839IntroEarl Wright, Jr. Way Designation Act of 2020
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2020-09-15
Public Hearing Held
B23-0532IntroAs introduced Bill 23-532 designates the 600 block of W Street, N.W., in Ward 1, as Dr. Montague Cobb Way.
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2020-09-15
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B23-0533IntroAs introduced Bill 23-533 designates the 2400 block of 4th Street, N.W., in Ward 1, as Lucy Diggs Slowe Way.
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2020-09-15
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B23-0619IntroAs 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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2020-09-15
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B23-0680IntroAs introduced Bill 23-680 symbolically designates Wiltberger Street, N.W., between S Street, N.W., and T Street, N.W., in Wards 1 and 6, as Cecelia's Way.
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2020-09-15
Public Hearing Held
PR23-0892IntroSense of the Council Woodrow Wilson High School Renaming Protocol Resolution of 2020
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2020-09-15
Public Hearing Held
B23-0860IntroPower Line Undergrounding Program Certified Joint Venture Majority Interest Amendment Act of 2020
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2020-07-31
Notice of Intent to Act on B23-0860 Published in the DC Register
PR23-0872IntroComprehensive Policing and Justice Reform Second Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2020
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2020-07-31
Resolution R23-0458, Effective from Jul 07, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 9170
B23-0817IntroAs introduced Bill 23-817 establishes the length of the terms of office for members of the UDC Board of Trustees for alumni and appointed members.
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2020-07-31
Public Hearing Held
PR23-0889IntroRPP Voluntary Exclusion Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2020
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2020-07-31
Resolution R23-0487, Effective from Jul 21, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 9179
B23-0859IntroRPP Voluntarily Exclusion Act of 2020
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2020-07-31
Notice of Intent to Act on B23-0859 Published in the DC Register
B23-0818IntroAs introduced Bill 23-818 provides and enrollment preference for a child of a student already attending or selected for admission to a public charter school.
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2020-07-31
Public Hearing Held
PR23-0890IntroStudent Activity Fund Theatrical and Music Performance Expenditures Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2020
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2020-07-31
Resolution R23-0486, Effective from Jul 21, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 9178
B23-0642IntroAs introduced Bill 23-642 requires the Office of the State Superintendent of Education to develop an African-American history and cultural studies curriculum for high school students enrolled in a District of Columbia Public or Charter School.
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2020-07-31
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B23-0717IntroAs introduced Bill 23-717 expands equitable access to public charter schools to at-risk students upon approval from the Public Charter School Board.
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2020-07-31
Public Hearing Held
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