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DCB23-0974IntroReturning Citizens Cannabis Equity Amendment Act of 2020
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2020-10-20
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DCB23-0977IntroCorporate Governance Accreditation Act of 2020
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2020-10-20
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
DCPR23-0923IntroThe Commission on Fashion Arts and Events George Worrell Confirmation Resolution of 2020
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2020-09-22
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
DCB23-0885IntroProfessional Employer Organization Registration Act of 2020
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2020-09-22
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
DCPR23-0776IntroProvisions incorporated into Bill 23-733.
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2020-04-07
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DCPR23-0778IntroProvisions incorporated into Bill 23-733.
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2020-04-07
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DCPR23-0779IntroProvisions incorporated into Bill 23-733.
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2020-04-07
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DCPR23-0775IntroProvisions incorporated into Bill 23-733.
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2020-04-07
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DCPR23-0754IntroProvisions incorporated into Bill 23-733.
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2020-03-17
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
DCB23-0667IntroAs introduced Bill 23-667 provides an exemption from real property taxes for District domiciled residents who have owned a residence in the District for at least 25 consecutive years immediately preceding the effective tax year provided that the resi...
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2020-03-03
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
DCB23-0618IntroAs introduced Bill 23-618 requires the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development to provide in Fiscal Year 2020 a $400,000 grant to the Capital Pride Alliance, to be used for purposes related to the 2020 Pride in the Nation's Capital events ...
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2020-02-04
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
DCPR23-0632IntroDistrict of Columbia Combat Sports Commission Paola Moya Confirmation Resolution of 2019
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2020-01-07
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
DCB23-0587IntroAs introduced Bill 23-587 authorizes the abatement of real property taxes on the real property known as the Parkside Parcel E and J Mixed Income Apartments so long as a certificate of occupancy has been issued by September 20, 2022.
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2020-01-07
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DCPR23-0574IntroWest Dupont Circle Moratorium Zone Approval Resolution of 2019
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2019-12-03
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
DCB23-0556IntroAs introduced Bill 23-556 reinstates the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development's (DMPED) authority to issue grants from the H Street, N.E. Retail Priority Area Grant Fund until September 30, 2020; amends the Creative and Open Space Moder...
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2019-12-03
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
DCB23-0557IntroAs introduced Bill 23-557 allows Main Streets Program organizations to be recipients of funds available in the Streetscape Business Development Relief Fund.
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2019-12-03
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DCB23-0511IntroAs introduced Bill 23-511 requires victims eligible for claims of compensation from the District's Uninsured Motorist Fund to be residents of the District, unless the victims are residents of other states or foreign countries that afford reciprocal b...
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2019-11-05
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
DCPR23-0448IntroTruxton Circle Parcel Term Sheet Amendment Approval Resolution of 2019
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2019-10-08
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
DCB23-0041IntroAs introduced it establishes the Office of the Taxpayer Advocate as an independent agency. The agency mission is to assist taxpayers in resolving complex tax problems with the District that have not been resolved through normal channels.
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2019-09-20
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
DCB23-0056IntroAs introduced it provides additional real property tax relief for lower income District seniors, and eliminates the tax notch that currently exists when a household's adjusted gross income reaches $128,950 by phasing out the deduction up to $180,000.
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2019-09-20
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DCB23-0299IntroAs introduced it requires a marginal tax on high value homes in the District.
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2019-09-20
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DCB23-0072Intro(RE-REFERRED) (CORRECTION) The Chairman is referring this legislation sequentially: Sections 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10 are referred to the Committee on the Judiciary and Public Safety, and then to the Committee of the Whole. Sections 2, 6, 7, 9 are refe...
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2019-09-20
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DCB23-0060IntroAs introduced it restores and expands the income tax exclusion for pensions, or military and retired pay and restores the deduction for long-term care insurance.
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2019-09-20
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DCB23-0043IntroAs introduced it establishes a Rainy Day Refund Program in the Office of Tax and Revenue to provide a means for DC Earned Income Tax Credit recipients to utilize a portion of their refundable tax returns as a matched savings vehicle.
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2019-09-20
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
DCB23-0059IntroAs introduced Bill 23-59 excludes from gross income the amount received as annual salary by eligible District of Columbia government first responders.
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2019-09-20
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DCB23-0061IntroAs introduced it allows for the transferability of the tax cap for properties owned at least 50% by a person 65 years of age or older.
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2019-09-20
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DCB23-0079IntroAs introduced it increases the homestead exemption for residential properties owned by single families and cooperative housing associations from $67,500 to $125,000. Pursuant to Rule 350, a motion to recommit the measure to committee was approved on...
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2019-09-20
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DCB23-0029IntroAs introduced it lowers the cap on residential real property assessment increases from 10% to 5%.
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2019-09-20
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
DCB23-0280Intro(RE-REFERRED) (CORRECTION) The Chairman is referring this legislation sequentially: Sections 2, 3, 6, 7, and 8 to the Committee on Business and Economic Development, and then to the Committee of the Whole. Sections 4, 5, 11 to the Committee on Ju...
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2019-09-20
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DCB23-0055IntroAs introduced it eliminates the sales tax charged for health-club services.
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2019-09-20
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DCB23-0321IntroAs Introduced it establishes a tax credit of $1000 for certified small businesses and certified businesses to purchase qualified data breach insurance.
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2019-09-20
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DCB23-0225IntroAs introduced it provides rules for determining when property is presumed abandoned as well as establishes requirements for notification of owners, taking custody, sale and administration of such property.
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2019-09-20
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DCPR23-0442IntroAdams Morgan Moratorium Zone Approval Resolution of 2019
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2019-09-17
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DCB23-0076IntroAs introduced it provides for a real property tax exemption for DC Pancakes, LLC, located at 3100 14th Street, N.W.
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2019-04-05
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DCB23-0077IntroAs introduced it provides real property tax relief to certain property owned by Washington Parks & People.
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2019-04-05
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DCB23-0113IntroAs introduced it provides real property tax relief to property located at 3825 South Capitol Street, S.W., and 546 Newcomb Street, S.E.
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2019-04-05
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DCB23-0087IntroAs introduced it abates the imposition of taxes on real property known as Park 7 at Minnesota-Benning.
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2019-04-05
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DCPR23-0206IntroBoard of Accountancy Bridgett Gagné Confirmation Resolution of 2019
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2019-04-02
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DCB23-0213IntroAs introduced it allows the Board of the Adams Morgan BID to adopt amendments to BID bylaws, BID plan, and BID taxes.
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2019-04-02
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DCB23-0184IntroAs introduced it prohibits the use of credit history or lack thereof, in decisions by insurers about whether to underwrite a policy, cancel a policy, refuse to renew a policy, or increase the premium for a renewal policy.
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2019-03-19
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
DCB23-0185IntroAs introduced it enhances the ability of the Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking to protect consumers by licensing and regulating business entities that are not currently regulated. It adds several new licensing categories and regulatory...
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2019-03-19
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
DCB23-0098IntroAs introduced it establishes a "Funeral Bill of Rights" to include certain violations of District regulations governing the practice of funeral directors as unlawful trade practices. It also requires the posting and distribution of the bill of right...
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2019-02-05
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
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