Washington D.C. Councilmember Brianne Nadeau [D]

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DCB23-0045IntroAs introduced it creates regulations that govern the removal of bedbugs. It also requires landlords to notify adjoining tenants of infestations. Landlords and pest control operators are required to report infestations to DCRA and among other things ...
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2019-12-19
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DCB23-0145IntroAs introduced it regulates the practice of tele-psychology and the face to face practice of psychology across state boundaries. Among other things, It provides legal recognition to psychologists properly licensed out of state. It also requires all co...
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2019-12-19
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DCB23-0434IntroAs introduced Bill 23-434 prohibits the District government from interfering with reproductive health decisions and from imposing punishments or penalties for a self-managed abortion, miscarriage, or adverse pregnancy outcomes. It also prohibits empl...
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2019-12-19
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DCB23-0341IntroAs introduced it requires the Department of Health to distribute grant funds to promote a perinatal health worker training program for residents in Wards 5, 7, and 8 in the health field.
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2019-12-18
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DCB23-0362IntroAs introduced it requires individual or group health plans and health insurance coverage through Medicaid or the D.C. Healthcare Alliance program to cover at least two postpartum healthcare visits, home visits, fertility preservation services, and tr...
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2019-12-18
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DCB23-0507IntroAs introduced Bill 23-507 designates the National Capital Poison Center, located at 3201 New Mexico Avenue NW, Suite #310 Washington, DC 20016 as the District's poison control center.
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2019-12-18
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DCB23-0506IntroAs introduced Bill 23-506 requires a plan for comprehensive organics site management and recycling infrastructure. Among other things it requires a uniform recycling labeling scheme, requires waste collectors to address contamination in recyclables a...
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2019-12-13
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DCB23-0091IntroAs 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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2019-12-10
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DCB23-0204IntroAs introduced it provides energy efficiency standards for various appliances sold, offered for sale, or installed in the District.
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2019-12-09
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DCB23-0494IntroAs introduced Bill 23-494 bans the use of non-compete provisions in employment agreements and workplace policies. It also protects employees' right to make a complaint or file a court case and it bars employers from retaliating against employees who...
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2019-12-06
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DCB23-0531IntroAs introduced Bill 23-531 amends the comparators that determine what is competitive compensation in collective bargaining negotiations.
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2019-12-04
Public Hearing Held
DCB23-0172IntroAs introduced it designates the park located at 227 Harry Thomas Way, N.E., in Ward 5, as Alethia Tanner Park.
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2019-11-26
Public Hearing Held
DCB23-0393IntroAs introduced it requires a safe passage route for students traveling to and from LEA's via a designated route that is monitored by safe passage personnel from 7:00 am to 9:30 am and from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm on Monday to Friday during the school year ...
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2019-11-25
Public Hearing Held
DCB23-0548Intro1666 Articles Of Peace And Amity Recognition Amendment Act Of 2019
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2019-11-19
To Council Transportation and the Environment Committee
DCB23-0547IntroNative American Birth Recognition Amendment Act Of 2019
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2019-11-19
To Council Health Committee
DCB23-0549IntroLocal Business Support Amendment Act Of 2019
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2019-11-19
To Council Business and Economic Development Committee
DCB23-0550IntroAffordable Housing Community Land Trust Program Establishment Act Of 2019
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2019-11-19
To Council Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization Committee
DCB23-0545IntroSmall Business Procurement Reform Omnibus Amendment Act Of 2019
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2019-11-19
To Council Committee on Facilities and Procurement
DCB23-0407IntroAs introduced Bill 23-407 reduces the amount of acceptable levels of lead exposure and requires an owner to provide a clearance report before receiving any license, registration, or permit for the use of a rental unit. Among other things, it establi...
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2019-11-18
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DCB23-0484PassIndigenous Peoples' Day Temporary Amendment Act Of 2019
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2019-11-18
Signed with Act Number A23-0161
DCB23-0486PassSanctuary Values Temporary Amendment Act Of 2019
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2019-11-18
Signed with Act Number A23-0162
DCB23-0358PassClose Relative Caregiver Subsidy Pilot Program Establishment Temporary Amendment Act Of 2019
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2019-11-15
Law Number L23-0025 Effective from October 24, 2019, Expires on June 5, 2020
DCB23-0528IntroAs 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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2019-11-15
Notice of Intent to Act on B23-0528 Published in the DC Register
DCB23-0530IntroAs 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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2019-11-15
Notice of Intent to Act on B23-0530 Published in the DC Register
DCB23-0535IntroAs introduced Bill 23-535 requires prescription opioid medications to include a statement that the drug is an opioid and that opioids may cause dependence, addiction, or overdose.
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2019-11-15
Notice of Intent to Act on B23-0535 Published in the DC Register
DCB23-0540IntroAs introduced Bill 23-540 establishes a program to improve coordination of mental health care for system-involved youth. The Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services shall establish a program designed to improve the coordination and continuity of ...
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2019-11-15
Notice of Intent to Act on B23-0540 Published in the DC Register
DCPR23-0555IntroSense Of The Council Supporting The Protection Of Immigrant Families Resolution Of 2019
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2019-11-15
Notice of Intent to Act on PR23-0555 Published in the DC Register
DCB23-0532IntroAs 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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2019-11-15
Notice of Intent to Act on B23-0532 Published in the DC Register
DCB23-0529IntroAs 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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2019-11-15
Notice of Intent to Act on B23-0529 Published in the DC Register
DCB23-0533IntroAs 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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2019-11-15
Notice of Intent to Act on B23-0533 Published in the DC Register
DCB23-0183IntroAs introduced it exempts certain nonprofits providing vision screenings to children and youth from the certificate of need process. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject to Appropriations. See Fiscal Impact Statement in "Other Documents" tab.
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2019-11-14
Committee Report Filed
DCB23-0261IntroAs introduced it requires the Department of Health to establish an electronic Medical Order for Scope of Treatment registry. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject to Appropriations. See Fiscal Impact Statement in "Other Documents" tab.
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2019-11-14
Committee Report Filed
DCB23-0326IntroAs introduced it extends postpartum inpatient and outpatient benefits to at least a year after childbirth.
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2019-11-13
Public Hearing Held
DCB23-0430IntroAs introduced, Bill 23-430 authorizes licensed pharmacists to dispense interchangeable biological products, and requires notifications to physicians when such interchangeable biological products are dispensed. An interchangeable biological product is...
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2019-11-13
Public Hearing Held
DCB23-0433IntroAs introduced Bill 23-433 extends the sunset provision of rent control to December 31, 2030.
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2019-11-13
Public Hearing Held
DCB23-0063PassAs introduced it designates the Therapeutic Recreation Center located at 3030 G Street, S.E. as the Joy Evans Therapeutic Recreation Center. See Bill 22-406.
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2019-11-08
Transmitted to Congress
DCCER23-0098PassWomenheart Recognition Resolution Of 2019
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2019-11-08
Resolution ACR23-0098 Effective from November 8, 2019 Published in DC Register Vol 66 and Page 14824
DCCER23-0096Pass20th Charter Year Anniversary Of The Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School Ceremonial Recognition Resolution Of 2019
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2019-11-08
Resolution ACR23-0096 Effective from November 8, 2019 Published in DC Register Vol 66 and Page 14820
DCCER23-0097PassRonald 'ron' Edward Holloway Ceremonial Recognition Resolution Of 2019
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2019-11-08
Resolution ACR23-0097 Effective from November 8, 2019 Published in DC Register Vol 66 and Page 14822
DCCER23-0103PassArmenian Genocide Recognition Resolution Of 2019
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2019-11-08
Resolution ACR23-0103 Effective from November 8, 2019 Published in DC Register Vol 66 and Page 14833
DCCER23-0100PassBrown V. Board Of Education And Bolling V. Sharpe Recognition Resolution Of 2019
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2019-11-08
Resolution ACR23-0100 Effective from November 8, 2019 Published in DC Register Vol 66 and Page 14828
DCCER23-0111PassKojo Nnamdi 20th Anniversary Recognition Resolution Of 2019
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2019-11-08
Resolution ACR23-0111 Effective from November 8, 2019 Published in DC Register Vol 66 and Page 14851
DCCER23-0110PassDr. Alice Rivlin Recognition Resolution Of 2019
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2019-11-08
Resolution ACR23-0110 Effective from November 8, 2019 Published in DC Register Vol 66 and Page 14848
DCCER23-0115PassMary Cuthbert Recognition Resolution Of 2019
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2019-11-08
Resolution ACR23-0115 Effective from November 8, 2019 Published in DC Register Vol 66 and Page 14859
DCCER23-0131PassUnited States Women's National Team World Cup Champions Recognition Resolution Of 2019
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2019-11-08
Resolution ACR23-0131 Effective from November 8, 2019 Published in DC Register Vol 66 and Page 14891
DCB23-0042IntroAs introduced it requires Construction Code violators who damage adjoining property be ordered to repair the damage or pay restitution to the owner.
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2019-11-07
Public Hearing Held
DCB23-0333IntroAs introduced it requires repair and mitigation when an abutting property owner has demonstrated damage by construction and the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Services has issued a stop work order.
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2019-11-07
Public Hearing Held
DCB23-0150IntroAs introduced it establishes a dyslexia screening and intervention pilot program for early elementary grades to be implemented by the State Superintendent of Education.
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2019-11-06
Public Hearing Held
DCB23-0196IntroAs introduced it requires the Mayor to convene a steering committee to develop and publish a Comprehensive Student Technology Equity Plan for DC Public Schools every two years. The plan must achieve a one-to-one device-to-student ratio for grades 3-...
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2019-11-06
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DCB23-0432IntroAs introduced Bill 23-432 provides funding for the Legacy Business Program via a portion of the DC Supply Schedule. It establishes the legacy business assistance program to provide a commercial lease renewal process and financial assistance to landlo...
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2019-11-06
Public Hearing Held
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