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B23-0534IntroAs introduced Bill 23-534 requires hospitals, health care facilities and testing centers to provide notice regarding the danger of receiving inaccurate results to early testing for Lyme disease.
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2020-06-18
Public Hearing Held
B23-0529IntroAs introduced, Bill 23-529 requires the Department of Health (DOH) to establish a certificate of stillbirth to be made available at the request of the parents named on a fetal death report registered with DOH. It also prohibits the certificate from b...
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2020-06-10
Public Hearing Held
B23-0543IntroAs introduced Bill 23-543 requires continuing education for licensed health professionals on the subject of suicide risk assessment, treatment, and management to provide comprehensive care for at-risk patients. Training includes 2 credits of evidence...
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2020-06-10
Public Hearing Held
B23-0641IntroAs 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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2020-04-06
Public Hearing Held
B23-0365IntroAs introduced it creates a new category to allow for additional funding to schools that have an at risk student population of 70 percent and above.
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2020-03-10
Public Hearing Held
B23-0569IntroAs introduced Bill 23-569 establishes reporting requirements and limitations on soliciting and allocating funds for fundraising by family or school community organizations, including parent teacher organizations, parent teacher student organizations,...
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2020-03-10
Public Hearing Held
B23-0488IntroAs introduced this bill establishes that expenditures on school-administered theatrical and music performances shall be an allowable expenditure from a school's Student Activity Fund. Theatrical and music performances include the planning, rehearsal,...
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2020-03-10
Public Hearing Held
B23-0637IntroAs introduced Bill 23-637 would expand the lots which the Mayor is authorized to acquire via the exercise of the eminent domain, for the purposes of warehousing and storage for government equipment, records, property, and supplies.
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2020-03-10
Public Hearing Held
B23-0577IntroAs introduced Bill 23-577 provides a real property tax exemption to the properties designated as Square 2950, Lots 824 and 826 as well as recordation and transfer tax exemptions for documents recorded with respect to such properties.
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2020-03-10
Public Hearing Held
B23-0489IntroAs introduced this bill establishes that intra-district transfers shall not be used to establish new programs or to circumvent allocations denied, limited, or increased by the Council in the budget act or accompanying report or mark-up sheets.
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2020-03-04
Public Hearing Held
B23-0667IntroSenior Citizen Property Tax Exemption Amendment Act Of 2020
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2020-03-03
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
B23-0513IntroAs introduced Bill 23-513 prohibits any criminal offense that demonstrates an accused's prejudice based on the actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender ident...
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2020-03-03
Public Hearing Held
B23-0668IntroModification Nos. 1, 2, 4 And 6 To Contract No. Dcam-17-cs-0083 Approval And Payment Authorization Emergency Act Of 2020
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2020-03-03
Retained by the Council
B23-0606IntroAs introduced Bill 23-606 requires the District of Columbia Retirement Board to report annually on the affirmative steps it has taken to hire diverse fund managers including minorities, women, and disabled individuals.
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2020-02-27
Public Hearing Held
B23-0227PassAs introduced it updates the ABC Board's enforcement powers. It also removes some burdensome requirements from internet licensees that are not in furtherance of peace, order, and quiet, and public safety.
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2020-02-21
Law Number L23-0050 Effective from February 21, 2020
B23-0277PassAs introduced it increases the alcohol by volume percentage for wine from 15 to 21 percent and allows holders of wine pub and distillery pub permits to ship products directly to District residents. It allows District residents to manufacture beer and...
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2020-02-21
Law Number L23-0054 Effective from February 21, 2020
B23-0255PassAs introduced it makes technical and procedural updates to Title 25 of the D.C. Official Code. Updates include removing archaic terminology and updating the zoning districts.
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2020-02-21
Law Number L23-0052 Effective from February 21, 2020
B23-0254PassAs introduced it makes updates to Title 25 of the D.C. Official Code, including amendments to the District's alcohol licenses and pub permits. Among other things, it increases the Board's hourly rate.
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2020-02-21
Law Number L23-0051 Effective from February 21, 2020
B23-0552PassMedical Marijuana Plant Count Elimination Temporary Amendment Act Of 2019
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2020-02-21
Law Number L23-0055 Effective from February 21, 2020, Expires on October 3, 2020
B23-0256PassAs introduced it exempts properties owned or leased by Shaed School, LLC; 5601 East Capitol, LLC; and St. Paul on Fourth Street, Inc. from taxation. Incorporates Bill 22-1008; see for further legislative history.
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2020-02-21
Law Number L23-0053 Effective from February 21, 2020
B23-0509IntroAs introduced Bill 23-509 provides prospective renters in the District who qualify for the Housing Choice Voucher Program with funds to submit up to five rental applications with accompanying background and credit checks.
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2020-02-20
Public Hearing Held
B23-0528IntroAs 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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2020-02-20
Public Hearing Held
B23-0166IntroAs introduced it adds the Harry W. Nice Bridge, Sandy Hook Bridge, Brunswick Bridge, and Point of Rocks Bridge to the list of bridges covered by the Potomac River Bridges Towing Compact.
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2020-02-20
Committee Report Filed
B23-0281IntroAs introduced it allows the Public Charter School Board to impose interim conditions upon revocation or non-renewal of a charter during a closing school's final months of operation.
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2020-02-20
Committee Report Filed
B23-0208PassAmendments moved at the Committee of the Whole may be accessed under the "Other Documents" tab. See "Other Documents" tab for the Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute.
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2020-02-20
Committee Report Filed
B23-0449IntroAs introduced Bill 23-449 symbolically designates S Street, N.W., and 17th Street, N.W., as Kappa Alpha Psi Way.
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2020-02-19
Committee Report Filed
B23-0037IntroAs introduced it includes LGBTQ seniors and seniors with HIV in the definition of groups of greatest social need for the purpose of allocating funds. It also establishes an LGBTQ HIV long-term care bill of rights.
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2020-02-19
Public Hearing Held
B23-0093IntroAs introduced it designates the District government building in Lot 20 in Square 532, bounded by E Street, N.W., Indiana Avenue, N.W., 4th Street, N.W., and 3rd Street, N.W., in Ward 6, as the Marion S. Barry Building.
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2020-02-19
Committee Report Filed
B23-0317PassAs introduced it designates Go-Go music as the official music of the District of Columbia and requires the Mayor to implement a program to support, preserve, and archive Go-Go music and its history.
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2020-02-19
Signed with Act Number A23-0218
B23-0073IntroAs introduced it authorizes the Attorney General to bring civil actions under the Human Rights Act. It clarifies that the aggrieved party in a fair housing action, may retain his or her own counsel and it also clarifies when the Attorney General may ...
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2020-02-19
Public Hearing Held
B23-0472IntroAs introduced Bill 23-472 prohibits the sale or distribution of an electronic smoking device within a quarter mile of a middle or high school.
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2020-02-18
Public Hearing Held
B23-0661IntroSurplus Green Space Retention Amendment Act Of 2020
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2020-02-18
To Council Committee on Facilities and Procurement
B23-0453IntroAs introduced Bill 23-453 prohibits the sale or distribution of flavored electronic smoking devices.
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2020-02-18
Public Hearing Held
B23-0474EnrollAs introduced Bill 23-474 orders the legal closing of 4th Street N.E., between Kennedy Street N.E., and Ingraham Street N.E., the closing of the public alley in Square 3765, and the elimination of building restrictions lines along 4th Street N.E., Ke...
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2020-02-18
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on March 3, 2020
B23-0454IntroAs introduced Bill 23-454 prohibits the sale of any electronic smoking device or liquids used in electronic smoking devices, unless the sale occurs at a licensed pharmacy to a person who has a prescription.
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2020-02-18
Public Hearing Held
B23-0390EnrollAs introduced it clarifies the District may enter into a lease agreement with a qualified applicant to create and maintain an urban farm on vacant land and it authorizes the Department of Energy and Environment to waive soil testing requirements for ...
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2020-02-18
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on March 3, 2020
B23-0392IntroAs introduced it requires all District LEAs to adopt a home or hospital instruction program to students who have been or will be absent from their school of enrollment for 10 or more consecutive or cumulative school days due to a physical or psycholo...
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2020-02-18
Committee Report Filed
B23-0653IntroWashington Metropolitan Opportunity Academy Temporary Amendment Act Of 2020
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2020-02-18
Retained by the Council
B23-0657IntroAs introduced Bill 23-657 extends the timeline for smaller buildings to comply with building energy performance standards. It allows the Department of Energy and the Environment to issue building energy performance standards every 6 years instead of ...
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2020-02-18
To Council Transportation and the Environment Committee
B23-0663IntroNuisance Property Lien Attachment Amendment Act Of 2020
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2020-02-18
To Council Judiciary and Public Safety Committee
B23-0467EnrollAs introduced Bill 23-467 allows for the administration of medical marijuana, in non-smokable form, at a school if a student is a qualifying patient and failure to administer medical marijuana during the school day would disrupt the student's ability...
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2020-02-18
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on March 3, 2020
B23-0665IntroPublic Facilities Environmental Safety Amendment Act Of 2020
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2020-02-18
To Council Committee on Facilities and Procurement
B23-0654IntroTo approve CA 23-422.
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2020-02-18
Retained by the Council
B23-0664IntroAccess To Jobs Amendment Act Of 2020
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2020-02-18
To Council Committee on Facilities and Procurement
B23-0651EngrossNon-public Student Educational Continuity Temporary Amendment Act Of 2020
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2020-02-18
Retained by the Council
B23-0660IntroRosa Loophole Elimination Temporary Amendment Act Of 2020
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2020-02-18
Retained by the Council
B23-0104EnrollAs introduced it designates the portions of Tingey Street, S.E., and N Street, S.E., between New Jersey Avenue, S.E., abutting Squares 770, 771 and W-771 as Tingey Square.
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2020-02-18
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on March 3, 2020
B23-0659IntroRosa Loophole Elimination Emergency Amendment Act Of 2020
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2020-02-18
Retained by the Council
B23-0666IntroWashington Mystics Motor Vehicle Identification Tags Amendment Act Of 2020
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2020-02-18
To Council Transportation and the Environment Committee
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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2020-02-18
To Council Committee of the Whole
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