Washington D.C. Councilmember Brianne Nadeau [D]

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DCB25-0039Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-39 would require more in depth analysis prior to the surplus of District land and community engagement in real property surplus and disposition decisions. It would establish an Office of the Public Lands Ombudsperson and increa...
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2023-02-07
To Council Committee on Facilities and Family Services
DCB25-0040Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-40 would implement a noise camera pilot program and create a vehicle repair subsidy program to offset costs of vehicle repairs, and commission a DDOT and DOEE study on strategies to reduce vehicular and transit noise in the Dist...
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2023-02-07
To Council Transportation and the Environment Committee
DCB25-0041Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-41 would establish a private right of action against a person who sends an obscene unsolicited image by electronic or other means.
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2023-02-07
To Council Judiciary and Public Safety Committee
DCB25-0042Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-42 would eliminate mandatory 6-month or 1-year divorce waiting periods that parties are required to show before a divorce is granted in the District of Columbia.
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2023-02-07
To Council Judiciary and Public Safety Committee
DCB25-0043Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-43 would repeal the religious exception to the District’s definition of child neglect.
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2023-02-07
To Council Committee on Facilities and Family Services
DCB25-0045Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-45 would prohibit condominium instruments from interfering with the operation of child development facilities.
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2023-02-07
To Council Housing Committee
DCB25-0044Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-44 would give the Family Division of the Superior Court jurisdiction to appoint, modify, and terminate a new class of legal guardianship for vulnerable youth, defined as an unmarried noncitizen who is under 21 years old.
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2023-02-07
To Council Judiciary and Public Safety Committee
DCB25-0055Intro
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Pathways to Behavioral Health Degrees Act of 2023
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2023-02-07
To Council Committee of the Whole
DCB25-0070Intro
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St. Augustine School Way Designation Act of 2023
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2023-02-07
To Council Committee of the Whole
DCB25-0068Intro
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Street Vendor Advancement Amendment Act of 2023
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2023-02-07
To Council Committee of the Whole
DCB25-0069Intro
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District of Columbia Public Schools Procurement Authority Amendment Act of 2023
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2023-02-07
To Council Public Works and Operations Committee
DCB25-0079Intro
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Bishop Clarence Groover Way Designation Act of 2023
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2023-02-07
To Council Committee of the Whole
DCB25-0075Intro
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DC ACHIEVES Establishment Act of 2023
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2023-02-07
To Council Committee of the Whole
DCB25-0080Intro
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Benjamin Secundy, Sr. Way Designation Act of 2023
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2023-02-07
To Council Committee of the Whole
DCB25-0081Intro
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Wooten Court Designation Act of 2023
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2023-02-07
To Council Committee of the Whole
DCB25-0074Intro
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Fairness in Renting Clarification Amendment Act of 2023
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2023-02-07
To Council Housing Committee
DCB25-0021Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-21 would symbolically designate 18th Street N.W., between M Street N.W. and N Street N.W., in Ward 2, as “Sam ‘The Man’ Burns Way.”
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2023-01-20
Notice of Intent to Act on B25-0021 Published in the DC Register
DCB25-0028Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-28 would symbolically designate the portion of 10th Place, S.E. in Squares 5933, 5934, 5938, and 5939 between Mississippi Avenue, S.E. and Savannah Street, S.E. as “Cassandra S. Pinkney Way”.
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2023-01-20
Notice of Intent to Act on B25-0028 Published in the DC Register
DCB25-0026Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-26 would establish requirements prohibiting employers from posting a job advertisement without including the minimum and maximum salary or hourly pay information.
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2023-01-20
Notice of Intent to Act on B25-0026 Published in the DC Register
DCB25-0036Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-36 would require the Office of Out of School Time Grants and Youth Outcomes, in Coordination with the Office of the State Superintendent of Education, to develop standards to train or recruit Out of School Time providers for stu...
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2023-01-20
Notice of Intent to Act on B25-0036 Published in the DC Register
DCB25-0032Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-32 would establish an electric bicycle instant rebate program for residents and certified business enterprises for the purchase and use of electric bicycles and cargo electric bicycles.
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2023-01-20
Notice of Intent to Act on B25-0032 Published in the DC Register
DCB25-0025Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-25 would designate the Ballou Senior High School auditorium with a permanent location at 3401 4th Street, S.E. in Ward 8 as the William O. Lockridge Memorial Auditorium.
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2023-01-20
Notice of Intent to Act on B25-0025 Published in the DC Register
DCB25-0024Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-24 would symbolically designate the 300 block of 53rd Street, N.#. as Makiyah Wilson Way.
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2023-01-20
Notice of Intent to Act on B25-0024 Published in the DC Register
DCB25-0034Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-34 would require an individual health plan, group plan, or health insurer offering health insurance coverage through Medicaid and the D.C. Healthcare Alliance program to provide coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of infert...
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2023-01-20
Notice of Intent to Act on B25-0034 Published in the DC Register
DCB25-0030Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-30 would exempt sales of HIV in-home tests from taxation.
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2023-01-20
Notice of Intent to Act on B25-0030 Published in the DC Register
DCB25-0037Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-37 would add affirmative protections for student loan borrowers, prohibit unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts and practices. It would also add a private right of action offered under existing DC consumer protection law, extending...
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2023-01-20
Notice of Intent to Act on B25-0037 Published in the DC Register
DCB25-0035Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-35 would provide universal free school meals and after school snacks to public school, public charter school, and participating private school students in the District of Columbia.
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2023-01-20
Notice of Intent to Act on B25-0035 Published in the DC Register
DCB25-0033Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-33 would abolish the Mayor and Council Compensation Advisory Commission and establish a Commission on Public Compensation, in its place, to review and make recommendations on the compensation and stipend levels for the members o...
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2023-01-20
Notice of Intent to Act on B25-0033 Published in the DC Register
DCCER25-0001Intro
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Attorney General Karl A. Racine Recognition Resolution of 2023
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2023-01-17
Agendized; not considered at the request of CM McDuffie
DCB25-0007Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-7 would officially designate Good Hope Road S.E. in Ward 7 and Ward 8 as Marion Barry Avenue, S.E.
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2023-01-17
To Council Committee of the Whole
DCB25-0010Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-10 would authorize the Surveyor to record the street and alley closing and dedication plats in squares 3039, 3040, and 3043, S.O. 17-21093 and S.O. 17-21094 in multiple phases.
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2023-01-17
To Council Committee of the Whole
DCCER25-0003PassD.C. Groundhog Day Recognition Resolution of 2023
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2023-01-17
Approved with Resolution Number ACR25-0002
DCB25-0009Intro
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As introduced Bill 25-9 would order the closing of a portion of an alley in Square 358 abutting Lots 53, 54, 55, 56, 60, 61, and 803 in Ward 1.
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2023-01-17
To Council Committee of the Whole
DCCER25-0006PassPat Collins Recognition Resolution of 2023
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2023-01-17
Approved with Resolution Number ACR25-0005
DCCER25-0004PassDoreen Gentzler Recognition Resolution of 2023
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2023-01-17
Approved with Resolution Number ACR25-0003
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